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The Jewish Floridian ( May 18, 1945 )

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iytewklh-IEIIiDipidliigun ^-THE JEWISH UNITY THE JEWISH WEEKLY ^jgigUMBER20 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 N TO SHE IBM PACT San Francisco (JTA)—British Foreign Minister Anthony Eden indicated at a press conference this week that Britain would be ready to share the Palestine mandate. However, he said, "so far there are not many nations willing to take over the mandate." He said that Britain is discharging its obligations to the Jews in Palestine to the best of its ability. Asked whether under the trusteeship system Britain would discard its present obligation under the League of Nations mandate, Eden replied that he was not ready to answer this question since the trusteeship problem is still under discussion between the British and American delegations here. Meanwhile members of the United States delegation said that the U. S. delegates will insist that tlie rights of the Jews in Palestine under the present mandate be sateguarded if, and when, Palestine is placed under a "trusteeship" system. At the same time, they indicated that League of Nations mandates, such as Palestine, will be the first dealt with after the I war is over, and that the present holders of mandates will be conI silted before any change in the mandated area's status is effected. The American delegation, it was learned authoritatively, is pressing for the rights of the inhabitants in any territory placed under trusteeship to submit petitions to the trusteeship council and is also uskiifg that provision be made for investigation by the new world organization of any complaints by such inhabitants. "was stressed, however, that only moral force could be used to compel the trustee to carry out its obligations under the trusteeship. PRICE TEN CENTS Women's Division of Dade Co. War Finance Committee Takes Lead in Opening 7th Bond Drive II THAW FORTY New York (JTA)—More than for.,, n uirti-More than e"L m t" of Jewish, faith have rt lhe .P'^neuished Servg* Cross, the Jewish Welfare d ?h n0Unccd This decoraL e V s ne second highest honor b DerLl rmy bestow s for comWiK?" ance and is 8 iven for theTnSy 3 ^' hcrolsm a ainst ktVv^r?' 50 disclosed that Air Forr„ f G obt 'rman, 32, Army •&S l f D f lroit Mich hds fuished FTv 0ra ", ns the Distin Uaf ci,,; t y nfJ L Cross wit h Oak iSben rvt hl Air Medal and m V? ak Leaf Clusters, for NLTT '" Europe. AcfoplavedMW DFC Nation, he ity" S7 ., c mi "endable dexter%  ^mber in Vu fiunner on a B 2 6 I Miami and Dade county opened its $27,764,000 part of the nation's 14-billion dollar mighty Seventh War Loan drive Monday with a parade and Bayfront Park rally. High-ranking military commanders of this area, battle veterans returned from overseas and outstanding leaders in war bond drives here, occupied places of honor with Mrs. Bradley on the band shell stage. The program was arranged by the women's division of the Dade County War Finance committee. "Gen. Bradley 'wrote me recently that the American soldier is the best fighting man in the world." And after the applause had died down," "We're not going to let him down at home, are we?" the General's wife added. The task of borrowing $7,000,000,000 from its individual citizens—$649,000,000 is more than they have loaned in any bond drive to date. The seventh war loan lasts from now through June 30, the longest of all the drives. It will be the largest bond-selling operation in history, in terms of public participation. "Individuals" include business partnerships, that is, unincorporated business. Corporations in the seven war loan have the same quota as individuals, $7,000,000,000 making the total goal $14,000,000,000. Treasury Secretary Morgenthau officially set the sevenweek drive in motion Monday. The goal for "E" bond sales is $4,000,000,000. The treasury says that if the individual quota is reached this time, more than 90,000,000 separate bonds must be sold. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, representing the local Hadassah organization, has the distinction of being the nation's first "fourstar general" in the Blue Star Brigade—an award made for the sale of war bonds. Dade County women's groups, under the direction of Mrs. T. T. Stevens, chairman of the women's division of the County War Finance committee, opened the sale of E bonds April 12, although the national war loan officially started May 14. Mrs. Omar Bradley, wife of the commanding general of the 12th Army, was detailed here by the Treasury Department to take part in the program at Bayfront Park marking the opening of the drive and to present ribbon awards signifying various ranks in the Blue Star Brigade. These (Continued on Paoa %  > V-E DAY SERVICES ARE HELD IN HORASDOVICE With the U. S. 4th Armored Division in Czechoslovakia (JTA) —V-E day services were held in one of the few remaining synagogues in Europe, in the town of Horasdovice, by Capt. Emanuel Schenk of New York. Rabbi Schenk, who holds a Bronze Star for gallantry, found in the rear of an obscure courtyard an undamaged, attractive synagogue which once served the fifty Jewish families who lived here. Of these fifty families, one survivor remains, Jacob Levy, a former butcher who has three children living in Chicago. Levy once owned a prosperous business, but he lost it in P939. He was not deported during the German occupation because he was married to a non-Jew, and, because of his age, was unmolested when even the Jews married to non-Jews were deported recently, although his son was sent to a concentration camp. Friendly Czechs volunteered to clean up the synagogue, which had be*?n used as a veterinary storehouse by the Germans, and then watched quietly as Chaplain Schenk rededicated the edifice in the presence of a congregation consisting of American Jewish soldiers grouped around Horasdevice's last Jew. v mission COurse of twenty"* SLTenemy-oc**


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PAGE TWO *Jewishfhridlar \ PERSONALS Captain and Mrs. S. H. Evans and son are visiting Mrs. Evans' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami Beach. Captain Evans is on leave from his army station in Louisville, Ky. Rabbi and Mrs. Saul Appelbaum are now residing at 1560 West Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs. Philip Berkowitz is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Tillie Greeneberg, of Chicago, 111., arrived in town this week to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, 2010 S. W. ]£th St., and attend the wedding of their daughter, Elyse, an event of June 3. BIRTHS Capt. and Mrs. Alfred L. Plant announce the birth of a daughter, Karen Maury. Capt. Plant, now on duty in China, is a son of Mrs. Morris Plant of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Zeientz will return to the city this weekend after spending several weeks in New York. Capt. and Mrs. Leonard Fisher announce the birth of a daughter, Lynne Davey. Mrs. Fisher is a daughter of Mrs. Rose Louis. Mrs. Rosalyn Hellman is entertaining at a luncheon Friday in Shangri-La restaurant for Miss Elyse Newman, bride-elect of Seymour Gladstone. BM 1/c. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin, 745 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, have left for Gainesville, Ga. to see their son, Alan, graduate from Riverside Military Academy. Alan plans to join the YMHA day camp staff. Max Rohan, AOM 1/c, ai:d Mrs. Rohan announce the birth of a second child, Sharla, born April 30. The former Lillian Perman of New Haven, Conn., Mrs. Rohan is now making her home in Miami. Her husband has boon on duty in the Pacific since March. BRISM FRIDAY. MAY 18, Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Poplin Boxer Shorts S098 2 Shorts that cue grand ior both sunning and swimming. Lightweight poplin with elastic at the waist. Good looking in either tan or beige waist sizes 30 to 40 in the group. MIAMI STORE. MEN'S SPORTSWEAR. STREET FLOOR Brism for the sons of Sgt. and Mrs. Robert D. Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neufeld, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Faber, were held during the past week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. BAR MITZVAH S. Gerald Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving B. Miller, of 520 S. W. 22nd Rd., will become bar mitzvah at services in Temple Israel on Friday. May 25, at 8:15 p. m. A reception will follow. UNVEILING A monument to the memory of the late Etta Nankin, wife of H. Nankin, of Ft. Lauderdale, will be unveiled Sunday at 3 p. m. in the Jewish section of Woodlawn park. Friends are asked to be present. Betrothal of Miss Dorothy Budncr and Murray Budner is announced today by her father, Hyman Budner, 142 N. W. 10th Ave. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Budner, 1552 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. No date has been set for the wedding. A graduate of Miami Senior High school and Walsh School of Business Science, Miss Budner has been active in the Red Cross and YWHA. Mr. Budner, a graduate of Abraham Lincoln High school, Brooklyn, N. Y., was recently given an honorable discharge from the Army after two years of service. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss, 561 N. E. 68th St., have left for their summer home at Avon Lake, Ohio. Enroute they are stopping for a visit with their granddaughter, Barbara Lewis, who is attending Rollins College at Winter Park, Fla. LINEN SHOWER TO BE HELD BY AUXILIARY The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Homo for the Aged will sponsor a linen shower to be held at the home on Sunday. May 20. at 7 p. m. The group asks that all members and friends be present and bring surplus linens urgently needed for the home, to be in operation June 15. Irena Borgen. concert soprano, and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will entertain. Mrs. Max Greenberg heads the committee in charge of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. Marion Gould, Mrs. Rebecca Levin, and Mrs. Harry Danziger. Announcement is being made this week of the engagement of two former University of Miami students. They are Miss Rita Shirley Mohl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mohl, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Harold Stone, of Columbus, Ohio. Miss Mohl is a graduate of Temple University high school in Philadelphia, and while at the U. of M. pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Mr. Stone has recently been honorably discharged from three years of service with the U. S. Navy Hospital Corps. VAAD HAKASHRUTH GIVES KENHOLZ OK Zip the lip on military matters! SHEVUOTH commemorates the pronouncement of the Decalogue The Fifth Commandment Orders: "HONOR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER ..." Make It A Matter of Pride For Your Children to Honor Your Memory SELECT YOUR FAMILY PLOT IN BEAUTIFUL MOUNT NEBO MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M Machtei, Director Olympic Building Phone 3-3720 The Greater Miami Vaad Hakashruth announces that at their last meeting the application of Saul Kenholz. owner and operator of the Kenholz Kosher Meat Market at 415 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, was discussed and a favorable report brought in by the admission committee. The market is now under the supervision and endorsement of the Vaad, Rabbi J. E. Rackovsky, director, said. The Vaad also stated that negotiations are under way with additional butchers who may be qualified for the sale of Kosher products. At a ladies' meeting held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center recently, the problem of Kashruth was discussed. Present were representatives of local synagogues belonging to the Vaad. including Mrs. Osheroff, Mrs. Schwurtzman, Mrs. Sootin. Mrs. Dickson. Mrs. Oka, Mrs. Levine, Mrs. Ochs, Mrs. Block and Mrs. Sakowitz. A suggestion was adopted that a campaign be instituted to acquaint the Jewish community with the ideals, importance, and requirements of Kashrus, as well as the chaos existing at the present time. ANNUAL MEETING OF SERVICE BUREAU The annual meeting of the Jewish Social Service Bureau will be held on May 24 at Beth David auditorium at 8 p. m. All interested in the family sen-ice and Jewish service of the community are requested to be present. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan of Miami Beach, will leave May 22 for Cincinnati to attend the wedding of their son, Ira Selevan, to Adele Weiland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiland of that city. The groom-to-be served as a lieutenant in the Air Force and received his honorable discharge. He is now attending medical school in Cincinnati. The wedding will take place June 3 and others present at the ceremony will be Dr. and Mrs. Sol Seleven, brother and sisterin law of the groom-to-be, and Sylvia Selevan, a sister. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Selevan will leave for New York, where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schulman, 739 11th St., Miami Beach, have announced the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Beatrice, to Sgt. Harold Finn, setting the date of the ceremony on June 3. The wedding will take place in New York. Sgt. Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Finn, New Bedford, Mass., is now stationed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Mrs. Hyman Schulman and Beatrice have already left for New York in preparation for the wedding. Another daughter, Edith, and Mrs. Schulman will join them later this month. J945 TURKS TO HOLD OPPM HOUSE FORNEW'SON Friends are asked to *;.. ., Mr. and Mrs. Haroldffi? open house Sunday a ft2! M from 2:30 to 4:30 in their ^ n 4312 Royal Palm Avefc Beach The reception "wufT tendered in honor of their L, born son, Jonathan. new B'NAI B'RinTwOMEN TO HAVE PROGRAM Miss Edythe Polansky. Drn gram chairman, has planned a most enjoyable evening f or ,u young women of Emma Lazaru group of B nai B'nth, schedule t fw the business 58 Tuesday, May 22. The mee nf starts at the YM & YWHA i Lincoln Road, at 8 o'clock p/m HARRIET G. KOTOSKY BRIDE OF S. OPTNER Navy Yeoman Harriet G. Kotosky, daughter of Mrs. Mollie Kotosky and the late Jacob Kotosky of this city, became the bride of Philip Semoure Optner, SKlc, USNR, at ceremonies in the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S. W. 24th Ter., May 6. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan officiated, and a reception followed in the garden. Best man was Lt. Leonard M. Fisher, USAAF. Claire Kotosky, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and William D. Singer gave the bride away. The former Miss Kotosky attended Ohio State University and American University in Washington, D. C. Optner attended the University of Miami and is a member of Phi Epsilon Pi. He is stationed at Navy Supply Pier 3 in Miami. Out of town guests at wedding included: Mrs. Mark Simpson, New York City, sister of the groom: Mrs. A. W. Robins. Columbus, Ohio; Mrs. M. Miller, Columbus, Ohio; AM2/c Jack Miller and Mrs. Miller, Vero Beach. The couple are making their home in Miami, at 110 N. W. 9th Ave. Keep your ears open Also vour eyes Down through the years You'll grow wise! WANTED Lady or 2 adults to share bed room apt., above 5th St., Miami Beach, with elderly lady. Speaki Jewish only. References exchanged. Mrs. M, co Jewish Floridian, Box 2973, Miami 18 Florida, ^TnCOLf] |p.rgjm \ep6n JJ.-JS ^P;TO: I N MIAMI AVL AT fci &n 11:45 l' AT THREE THEATRES A Wild-Eyed Spendthrift by Necessity! "Brewster's Millions" Dennis O'Keefe Gail Patrick Misha Auer Helen Walker "Rochester" lune Havoc Extra! "SPOTLIGHT ON CONGRESS" In Newest "MARCH OF TIME" WA 'These Shining Hours" RADIO PROGRAM .. WKAT AT 2:15 P. M. EACH SUNDAY BEGINNING APRIL 29TH SPONSORED BY Palmer funeral Home "A FRIEND IN NEED" PHONE 9-2664 2008 W. FLAGLER New York (JTA)—Maj. Gen. J. F. C. Fuller, retired British Army officer and one-time member of the British Union of Fasc, ists, is being dropped as military analyst for Newsweek magazine, it is reported here. Fuller. wo has openly voiced anti-Semitic sentiments in his writings, had been the target of an attack by i Walter Winchell wno exposed him in a nation-wide broadcast last March. Enemy ears Are ever near If we don't talk They can't hear. "THREE O'CLOCK AND I HAVENT.SLEPT/A.WINK: WAKEFUL NIGHTS -how the ttoj gg Minute, seem like hour* we worry •}* *"3 done said left undone. After such a nlgn^J, up la the monungmor* tired than when *JHg to bed. NervouaTensloiX causes many •"FBE night and wakeful nights are likely to cai & vous Tension. Next time you feel V£S& Keyed Up oTbegin to toss, tumble and worry mm you get to bed—try OR. MILES NERVINE /• %  %  J < -_ T.h rts



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jflDAYjttYJRWS. *JewistiFk)ridliari PAGE THREE Miami Beach Council Candidates HAROLD B. SPAET u R Suact. candidate for jAlunaToi Miami Beach, he s luting a campaign techni15 "uhich. he says, will wear out Q *,h shoe leather and take him ,"„"&#lor in the city. Candi?. Soact feels this personal nlcfw'h each of the voters SSfSve tbem the opportunity LKonally meet and see him, Sffifhey'will know for whom ^'candidate' was honored at reeept.on Sunday afternoon ;.-! bv Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gould 5 the? home, 4804 Alton Rd., Miami Beach. A large company o friends and neighbors were Isent to meet with Spaet This Sos the first in a series of receptions on behalf of his candidacy to be given by prominent Miami Beach residents. Soaet emphasizes that while other candidates are identified with and represent various special interests and groups, he DlcdRes himself to represent only the welfare of the entire city. H. L. (PAT) PERDUE H. L. (Pat) Perdue, candidate to the council of Miami Beach has been waging an active campaign for the seat for sometime now. He was one of the earliest aspirants to announce and has been on the job ever since meeting the people and pledging his every effort if elected to work for the progress and betterment of Miami Beach. He resigned a position as a Miami Beach police officer to enter the race. He held this position for the past four years. DR. MAURICE KLEIN Entering the political field for the first time, Dr. Maurice Klein, candidate for Miami Beach city council, sketched a program of postwar plans, a retirement fund for city employes and aid for returning servicemen. "As city councilman I will endeavor to put into effect the policies so long asked for by business, home and general property owners," he declared. "I will strive to represent all citizens. I am bound to no special interests." After his release from his enlistment in the Army after World War I. he was engaged in the drug business in New York City. He came to Miami Beach in 1933 and has been actively engaged in civic affairs as well as in the pharmacy field. SAM GOLD t Sam Gold, organizer of the .'Secret Ten'' and later the Building spirit of the Miami Beach Tenants league, is a candidate for Miami Beach city council scat in the approaching elections. The "Secret Ten," a group of Persons interested in retaining UFA ceiling prices on beach houses and apartments, later Rrew into the league which at >ast count numbered 3.000 Dersons, At a recent meeting of the league, Gold was drafted by assembled members to seek a councilmanic post. A comparatively newcomer to Miami Beach, Gold moved here three years ago on the advice of a physician in the interests of his wife's health. Born in Baltimore, Md., the 46-year-old candidate has long been affiliated with civic work and development. HERBERT A. FRINK Herbert A. Frink, awarded the highest number of votes in Miami Beach's history four years ago, is seeking re-election to the city council on June 5. Encumbent for the past six years, he supported or initiated constructive programs of increased municipal services, a large part of which will be culminated in the postwar period. Twice elected vice mayor or vice president of the council, he also served with distinction as acting mayor from Sept. 23, 1943 to Jan. 4, 1944. When he volufrtarily retired as acting mayor, his council associate in formal resolution of commendation said of him: ". Herbert A. Frink served tirelessly, unselfishly and capably as acting mayor sought ways to fulfill the duties of mayor accomplished much for. the city of Miami Beach worked for the city with distinction and honor generated good-will for Miami Beach among visitors and citizens and cooperated whole-heartedly with all worthwhile projects brought to his attention." LOUIS F. CR'ED") SNEDIGAR Louis F. ("Red") Snedigar, who served four times as mayor of Miami Beach, is a candidate for city council in the June municipal election. "I am offering my services as an independent candidate to fill the vacancy that will be created by refusal of Val C. Cleary to run for re-election," said Snedigar. "Many citizens and voters feel that my training as an attorney and realtor, my knowledge of Beach problems gained by my long residence here, and my practical experience in the municipal government, gained by my four years as mayor, thoroughly qualify me to be an asset to the council." BETH JACOB TO GET ARK CURTAIN GIFT At Beth Jacob during the holiday services on Saturday, a formal presentation will be made to the synagogue of an Ark Curtain by Mrs. Fanny Abrams and of two Torah covers by Mrs. Jack Hirsch and Mrs. Hyman Gottesman. The donors will present a special kiddush after the services in the Community building. &f A big mouth can sink a lot of ships! Zip the lip! DR. JOHN M. LARIMER CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF COUNCILMAN Born in Pittsburgh. Pa. 1910. educated as an osteoPhatic physician and surgeon practices on Miami Beach 'or six years. Every man and woman on Miami Beach regardless > creed should have a vital interest in their candidate as 't effects them personally. I have allowed my name to be presented so that the People oi Miami Beach may have the opportunity of electfa a man without one single commitment to any person or group. PRESIDENT OF THE DADE COUNTY SOCIETY OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS FOR TWO YEARS President of the 41st Street Business Men's Associau n lor two years. President of the Miami Beach Optimists Club for two years. Chairman of the Miami Beach Youth Recreation Council. Skipper of the Miami Beach Sea Scout Ship No. 9. Organized the Air Wardens in the 26th precinct Member of the Miami Beach Round Table. Served in the United States Coast Guard ML for one Year. Holds a Master's Certificate issued by the United owes Coast Guard. y our VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED Pd. Pol. Adv. BE HELD HERE FRIDAY Confirmation services for the class of 19-15 will be held at Temple Israel on Friday evening May 18, at 7:30 p. m. A reception for the confirmands will follow in Kaplan Hall. The class includes: Frank Edward Adel, Carol S. Aronovitz, Robert Letaw Beskind, Dolores Patricia Bobinsky, Cecile Barbara Boyell, Stanley David Bulbin, Dolores M. CopIon. Sybil Estelle Cowen, Dorothy Lita Golden, Rosalind Goodis, Carolyn I. Guthmann, Stuart Kammer Jacobs, Greta J. Joseloff, Natalie Waxman LeVine, Lois Fay Nevins, Shirley Rosenfeld, Romesa R. Rosenthal, Harvey Myron Ross, Mimsye A. Seiden, Alan Jack Serrins, Albert L. Weintraub and Charlotte Wilkes. At the Miami Beach Jewish Center, confirmation exercises will be held on Friday morning, May 18, during the regular Shevuoth service. Parents of the girls will tender them a reception in the patio following the services. The class includes Marcia Lee Faber, Phyllis Lee Glasser, Gloria Gladys Golin, Selma Rita Kaufman, Aviva Doris Shedroff, Myriam S. Siegel, Evelyn Ruth Spitz and Janet Devorah Spitzer. On Sunday afternoon, the Center Sisterhood will fete the girls at a luncheon in the Roney Plaza hotel at 1 p. m. Temple Beth Sholom will hold appropriate services for its class on Friday evening at 8 p. m. in the North Beach Elementary School auditorium, 41st St. at Chase Ave., Miami Beach. The class includes Carol Adler, Joy Berick, Paul Glosser, Stewar* Kohn, Pauline Marks, Florence Settlow, Carol Solomon and Mickey Tobin. BETH JACOB CLOSES SCHOOL EXERCISES Closing exercises of Beth Jacob Sunday School were held Sunday, May 13. Children from each class participated in a program which reviewed the year's activities in song, presentations and projects. With an exceptionally fine faculty, all public school teachers, the Sunday School year was the most enjoyable and worthwhile in the history of the school, all previous records of attendance and achievement having been broken, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff head of the institution stated. Honoring roll students are: Barbara Seitlin, Ruth Godlin, Lila Dorenfest, Elinor Matlin, Paul Godlin, Marcia Loskove and Edward Weiner. Receiving honorable mention were: Helen Suss, Renah Mescheloff, Carol Honig and Rosalind Weiner. KENNEL CLUB BREAKS ATTENDA NCE RECORDS Records fell and shattered as Biscayne Kennel club inagurated Miami'st first summer dog racing campaign. It was a banner evening to start a 40-night run for the kennel club. The paid admissions soared to a new high of 6,878 with an additional free-gratis 1,000 servicemen and women in the mob. The all-time record attendance for the plant made it difficult to reach the beUing windows and the mutuel figures of $157,142 also surpassed the opening night previous high. RABBI APPELBAUM ON WKAT SUNDAY Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will be guest speaker over station WKAT Sunday at 12:30 p. m. over the Miami Rabbinical Association program. A thoughtless remark Can set the spark Let's keep the enemy In the dark! The enemy's ears Are opened wide So military secrets We must hide I Leadership must be earned. It is not self-imposed. Rather, it is a reward for resolute determination and effort to ever improve on service to the public. Markowitz Bros, are not satisfied with anything short of the best for their customers, whether complete installations, remodeling or repairs. Look to us for the type of service best for your interests. ^arkowik'Bros. H E A TING PLUMBINS* POWER PIPING*:-. 329 W. FLAGLER ST. 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PAGE FOUR *JewistFk>ridllan 'i %  • I 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 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945 SIVAN 6, 5705 VOLUME 18 NUMBER 20 JEWISH HEROISM According to the records of the Jewish Welfare Board, more than 8,200 American Jewish soldiers have received decorations for heroism. This does not include citations within the last couple of months. This list offers a clue as to the significant contribution American Jewry has made to the war. Our list of citations, it is true, does not compare with that of Russian Jewry, where the number of Jews cited for heroism numbers around the fifty thousand mark, but it must be remembered that America has not been in the war as long as Russia. The Palestine press estimates that at least 1,500,000 Jews served in the military forces of the United Nations against Germany. Palestine itself, though one of the wee infants of the United Nations, made a significant contribution to the winning of the war in the desert fighting, which was capped at El Alamein. The exploits of the Jewish soldiers under Brigadier Kisch in that fighting will always be recalled when the decisive moments of the great war against Nazism are reviewed. If Jewish Palestine had done no more than furnish Kisch to the Allied cause, it was well worth its price. If Germany lies prostrate today, if Hitler found no other recourse but to finally turn a Nazi gun on himself, Jews must be accorded their just due in bringing this great boon and deliverance to civilization. WOMEN'S DIVISION LEADS BOND DRIVE (CONTINUED FROM PAO.E 1) ribbons were given to about 200 women, each of whom sold no less than 10 E bonds to 10 different purchasers. At a luncheon earlier in the day attended by divisional chairmen of the various women s groups and their honored guest, Mrs. Bradley, special distinction was accorded Mrs. Sapiro. first woman to achieve the highest award. In making the presentation, Mrs. Bradley surrendered her orchids to Mrs. Sapiro as a compliment from the wife of a four-star general to a supporting four-star general in the sale of war bonds. A resident of 2675 Flamingo Dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Sapiro A RECORD! Carl Hess, president of Temple Emanu-El, Birmingham, recently reviewed his activities with the Temple. He stated that 95% of the Jewish families in Birmingham are affiliated with some Temple or Synagogue. That is a record to be proud of and one that all communities would do well to emulate. SH'VUOTH By Harry Kovner Sh-vuoth! What a momentuous day! Creation beheld its greatest play. When God commanded us His way, And from eternity's limitless space Revealed Himself to the human race. To a bewildered world, rife With idolatry, crime, sin and strife He gave a guide for a good life. He gave commandments and laws Perfect, without human flaws. So that life might be full and tranquil He admonished order and good will Between all peoples, and a square deal. Like creation itself—a symphony Of cooperation and harmony. God also taught that he is ever near To those who are law-abiding, sincere And who are good and truly adhere To the paths of truth, noble and clean And are free from hate, crime and sin. Sh'vuoth gave mankind a true civilization The Toran is the means of ethical emanicipation. (Copyright 1944) ASST. NATL. DIRECTOR DUTCH JEWS MAY GET HILLEL FOUNDATIONS BACK STOLEN MONEY Dr. Judah Goldin, noted educator and scholar, who has been appointed assistant national diFRIDAY, MAY is, MRS. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO has a particular and personal interest in promoting the sale of war bonds: Two sons in service. One, Lt. Arnold P. Rosen, USNR, now is stationed in Norfolk, Va. Her other son, Martin L. Rosen, is a senior V-12 student at Georgia Tech. A section of the Lincoln theater has been set aside for Versailles hotel guests June 13 in connection with the Bond Drive. William Malamut, managing director of the Versailles, said all guests at the hotel would be asked to buy a minimum 5100 bond which would entitle them to admission to the theater. Malamut said he was aiming for 100 per cent attendance that evening and that he hoped to raise at least $100,000 for the drive. rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundations will serve 50,000 Jewish students on 120 college campuses throughout the United States and Canada. London (JTA)—Dutch Jews may recover much of the cash and valuables stolen from them during the German occupation, it was indicated in a broadcast on the Dutch radio which revealed that three directors of the Lippman-Rosenthal bank, with which the Jews had been compelled to deposit their money and valuables, had been captured by forces of the interior, and that about 300,000,000 guilders had been found in safe deposit vaults. WOMETCO TO BUILD AT MIAMI SHORES Postwar construction of a 1,000-seat theater in Miami Shores at N. E. 96th St. and Second Ave., is announced by Sidney Meyer, co-owner and general manager of the Wometco Metropolitan Miami chain of motion picture theaters The Wometco theater at Miami Shores will be known as the Shores. Plans for a structure of unusual type to harmonize with the general Miami Shores environment are being drafted. LEAR SCHOOL AT M. B. TO HAVE EXERCISES The Lear School commencement exercises for the school year 1944-45 will be held on Thursday May 24, 4:30 p. m. at 1010 West Ave.. Miami Beach. The theme of the graduation \ s r ',,,' plcd R e of American, Youth in song and story, reaffirming the faith of the young men and women of America in a world united for peace and democracy. It was written by the members of the graduating class, and is being directed by Mrs. Elizabeth Fishbein, a member of the faculty. Rabbi Irving Lehrman, guest speaker, will give the invocation. The College Preparatory Graduates are: The Misses Muriel £, A er V, Fe rn Audrey Aronson. Edith Brachman, Shirley Cohen Ruth Madelon Kohl, Miami Beach; Jean Esta Meyersbn, Jacksonville; Sydell Rita Eisler Dorothy Alice Kenton, Rosalind Perlish, Marilyn Sobin, Helene Schumann, Stanley Tatelman. New York, NY.; Margie Alanoff Ventnor N. J.; Jane Atkins. Paterson, N. J. : A rdis Lee Franzblau, Detroit, Mich.; Barba L a r !" nkel > Philadelphia, Pa High School Preparatory Graduates are: The Misses Leslie Pomerantz Ann Brown, Helene Shupack, Sheila Pulaski, Joyce Rosenzwe.g Elaine Feinberg, W Y ft N Y -i ste ven SchYork, Goldean Jacobs, Chicago. thP Z22&* 1S lnvited t0 attend the exercises. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYW fMdiy QcHtfidentloi -By PH3NEAS J. BIRONtio D n 0n Zip d the U li P T ilitary inf ma NOW IT CAN BE TOLD ... Notwithstanding any reports you may read in the papers, Jewish or otherwise, this is the truth about the 06 8 erous and various Jewish delegations attending the San ?""' cisco Conference: These delegations are being treated txtouu but they're not getting anywhere, and many of the spokes'^' regret having come to the Golden Gate ... Dr. Stephen S W^ packed his grips after a few days and returned to New York The title of "consultant," bestowed so liberally on hundreds I non-Jewish organizations and individuals and given onl luctantly to two Jewish bodies, is a synonym, in diplomati" language, for "duly acknowledged nuisance" Dr Wrt, mann scored the greatest diplomatic triumph of his career h staying away from San Francisco ... He stayed away n J withstanding tremendous pressure from some of his Zionist friends, who urged him to attend even though uninvited LISTEN HERE ... Chaplain Daniel A. Poling, after a firsthand study of European conditions, believes that Europe's uprooted Jews will have great difficulty in getting back their confiscated property The Nazis took this confiscated Jewish property and sold it to non-Jewish nationals, who now refuse to return it Professor Johann Fryginyer Auer, just back from a flying visit to Holland, reports that 10,000 Dutch families hid Jews in their attics or cellars for five years, and thus prevented the deportation of more than 10,000 Dutch Jews to Nazi extermination camps Rube Goldberg's cartoon in the Los Angeles Daily News of April 23 deserves to be immortalized ... It depicts the German people dragged into eternity a gigantic Black Book of German atrocities chained to its back ... By a strange coincidence Pierre Laval, Vichy's most virulent Jew-baiter, is confined in a fortress near Barcelona called Montjuich ... In the Catalan language "Montjuich" means "Jewish mountain." THINGS TO WATCH ... From Waltham, Mass., scene of recent anti-Semitic incidents, a correspondent writes: "At a pre-Easter showing of the movie 'The Great Dictator" the Nazi persecution of the Jews was cheered by anti-Semitic youths in a Walter Winchell wants to know what happened to the investigation of Joseph P. Kamp, head of the "Constitutional Educational League" .. Kamp is carrying on his anti-democratic, anti-Jewish prop aganda unhampered And what about Agnes Waters, who still is using envelopes bearing a Congressional frank to send out her Fascist poison? Can nothing be done to stop this sister-in-arms of the Nazi SS? James A. Colescott, chief of the Ku Klux Klan, is showing signs of great activity ... He is reported to have sent out an order to the Klansmen, telling them to come out from under cover. PALESTINE NEWS The New Zionist Organization of America is sponsoring a mass petition to the Government of the United States for the proclamation of "Palestine in its historic boundaries'' as a Jewish state Lloyd's Bank must have confidence in the development of the Jewish homeland ... It just granted to the Jewish Agency and Keren Hayesod a loan of 53,500,000, repayable in 10 years The building industry in Palestine will provide employment for more than 30,000 workers during the next four years, building homes for new immigrants ... The May issue of The Protestant features an article by Pierre van Paassen under the title "Rommel's Men at San Francisco" In it Van Paassen mercilessly dissects the so-called Arab-Jewish problem. READER'S GUIDE "Fascist Spain—America's Enemy" is a little booklet by David McKelvy White Don't miss reading it—it'll solve many mysteries for you You can order it through the Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, New York ... The freeing of Leon Blum reminds us that Suzanne Blum (no relation), who was a distinguished lawyer in France and who has been in America for some years now, edited a collection of his writings and speeches not long ago (published in Canada in French), inscribing it: "This volume, unknown to him, & dedicated to the author" Now the author will have a chance to see himself in print again. WE'RE TELLING YOU .. We recommend the formation of a special credentials commission for Europe This commission should check the credentials of former inmates of Nazi concentration camps-for numerous Nazi gangsters are trying to save themselves with phony credentials identifying them as Jewish victims of Nazism L'Chayal, official organ of the Jewish Brigade in Italy, warns that the recent conversion of former chief rabbi Zolli presages a new trend in Italian Jewry L'Chayal predicts the conversion of thousands of surviving Italian Jews to Catholicism out of fear of new persecutions. ABOUT PEOPLE ... (hfl Warner Brothers are interested in making a movie oi w story of General Maurice Rose's death in Germany • ***! &. Oamzey. managing editor of the Jewish News, may be co missioned to write the script ... It is also planned to keep w memory of this Jewish hero alive by dedicating a &£*££ T er !"!" 0 8pi,al to him ••• Back in Europe on a BpeciaV^ is the WMC's Anna Rosenberg David Weisgal's Bar W vah on May 26th will be the best-publicized event of thoj£ thanks to his father, Meyer W. Weisgal, who remain* ** ica s most dynamic promoter.



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Jewisli Fktridtori PAGE FIVE r^JoSSNEEDS AID IJ^AS POSITION FIELD v^ d in S ^ country and abroad forceS nnt nie, the American Red may ^"""su ng an urgent call 2*AiSJr applicants for \k ^Frances Hutcheson. and ^'nr t nf the Southeastern Paul West of the A I ttato M from May 19 |St!hM to interview apph' "SL urgent need is for wornM ~rve as staff assistants, en '"f" hospital recreation *5£?' both domestic and worke c 'hospital staff aides, MS and hospital social 2*m'domestic and overseas rffition. there is a limited ?J fnr men to serve as assistrffi1Erectors at military inSlSns abroad and to tbil M iSns interested in applying Jthese positions are asked to ,0 1 Mrs John C. Schroeter, perSi Sive preliminary interviews To all applicants prior to the Visit of the Red Cross officials from Atlanta. ZIONiSTSHEAR PHILIP SALMON i Philip Salmon was guest sneaker at the regular weekly meeting of the Zionist Luncheon Club Wednesday, May 16, at the Strand Restaurant. I CENTER SISTERHOOD | TO MEET MONDAY A regular meeting of the Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish I Community Center will be held I on Monday. May 21. at 8:30 p. m. I Election of officers will take I place. DUTCH WARN AGAINST I NAZIS' ANTI-SEMITISM Brussels (JTA>—A warning to Icountries adjoining Germany to Itarare of German attempts to litread anti-Semitism as one of [the means of preparing for a third world war, is published. in I the Dutch newspaper Hetvrijo IVolk. Under the heading "The Sixth I Column," the paper points out Ithat although Germany has been I defeated for the second time, I the German aspirations for world I domination are not dead, and Ithat, for the time being, German I militarism will wage a battle without arms, waiting until the vigilance of the democratic nations is relaxed. ANHEUSER-BUSCH IBudweiser !" *M MAKX RSO. U. *. PAT. OFF, EVERYWHERE Distributed by ^NATIONAL BRANDS INFORMATION SOUGHT Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Mri. Gustar Rnpaport is naked to contact Mrs. Ray Yunos. who reside* here at Park Lane Apt. Hotel. Miami Beach, phone 5-0414. %  Jhere is a letter for Mrs. Rapaport from her mother, who is in Russia, written sometime in 1944 and forwarded from Boston to Miami. TRAINING COURSE IN SERIES OF LECTURES The Leadership Training course, sponsored by the Miami and Miami Beach Ys, has completed the first two of a series of lectures, both well attended. Maurice Grossman, director of the Miami Y, led the first group with a discussion of "The Club Leader." Jack P. Marash, director of the Beach Y had as his subject this week, "The Club." Abraham P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education, will discuss "The Jew on the American Scene and the Objectives of Jewish Group Work." at the next sessions, scheduled for Monday evening at the Miami Y and Tuesday evening at the Beach Y. "I AM AN AMERICAN DAY" TO BE OBSERVED Miami's annual celebration of "I Am An American Day" will be at 7:30 p. m. Saturday in Bayfront park. Honoring newly naturalized citizens and natives who have recently reached their majority, the program will include talks by Spessard L. Holland, former governor of Florida; Brig. Gen. James H. Walker, commanding officer of the Army ground and service forces, Miami Beach, and Federal Judge John W. Holland. The audience will be welcomed by Mayor Perrine Palmer following an invocation by Rabbi Saul B. Appelbaum of Temple Israel. The Rev. Florence Sullivan of Gesu Catholic church will give the benediction, and (Dr. Russell A. Williams will serve as master of ceremonies. Kfjep tk&tn ifi (/OKA MEDICINE CABINET prompt,' eftMtlT*. iW aa4 •#. ONEUDAY VITAMIN £3 TABLETS W iblt In th. rHo ba BBaV ta the rr b. RE-ELECT D. LEE POWELL COUNCILMAN June 5, 1945 YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED For 22 years a successful Miami Beach businessman with a keen understanding of 4e needs and problems of Miami Beach. Pd. Pol. Adv. ANTI-JEWISH LAWS IN MILAN ARE ANNULLED Milan (JTA)—The anti-Jewish laws introduced here by the Mussolini regime in 1938 were annulled in a decree issued by the mayor of this city. The order said that all antiSemitic measures would be considered null and void pending general regulations by the government "to restore normal relations between citizens by implementing social equality." The Milan radio reports that the Jewish community council in Turin, which was dissolved in 1938, has been re-established. It gave no further details. JEWJTMUST BOYCOTT GERMANY, BRODESTKY London (JTA)—Jews must boycott Germany, as Spain was boycotted after the Inquisition, Prof. Selig Brodestky, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, said today, addressing a special meeting of the board marking the victory in Europe. Prof. Brodestky reviewed the great contribution made by the Jews to the Allied war effort, and declared that British Jewry must assume the guardianship over the stateless and helpless Jews remaining in Germany. Harry Gordon is pictured above selling the first block of tickets to Jerome Weinkle for the donor dinner sponsored by the Miami Zionist District on June 4th. Both are serving as co-chairmen of the affair, to be given at Lilley's on Biscayne Blvd. Proceeds will go toward the work of the national organization. A military secret Is your security Let's keep it! Protect freedom of speech— don't be free with military information! A NEW ERA IN As a record of your personality, a true interpretation of your character, Tooley-Myron photography is unsurpassed ... for TooleyMyron has demonstrated the finest portraits to be those which reveal your inner nature with fidelity and understanding. 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PAGE SIX Jew 1stnoridiari M THOUSANDS OF JEWS HIKING INTO AUSTRIA Linz, Austria (JTA)—Thousands of refugees from central Europe, ninety percent of them Jews, are hitch-hiking, walking and crawling into this city, which is an evacuation point for Allied prisoners rescued from Austrian prisoner-of-war camps. It is estimated by American military authorities that over 40,000 refugees are already here and more come hourly. Most of them are Hungarian Jews. They escaped, or, more recently, simply walked out of the factories where they were sent for slave labor by the Germans and systematically starved to death. Among them, a Jewish Telegraphic Agency correspondent found a Czechoslovak Jew, 33, a graduate economist from the University of Prague, by the name of Kunsian. The SS seized him last December and put him to work on the Todt fortifications on the eastern front. Kunsian, who is tall and big, weighs 60 J iounds. He speaks perfect Engish. He was lined up before the shower baths, when the correspondent spoke to him, and weaved back and forth as he talked. "You are here," he kept repeating. "The Americans are here."' A doctor told him to take it easy, and to get out of the sun. "I must wash, I must wash, he muttered. "1 haven't washed in so long, I must wash." He reached for the water-pipe to steady 1 himself, but his fingers never touched it. He collapsed and died I as the correspondent watched. ASK RUSSIAN SUPPORT JEWISH ASPIRATIONS Jersualem (JTA)—An appeal 1 to the Russian trade unions to support Zionist aspirations for a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine was cabled by the Histadruth as part of a victory message to the workers of the Soviet Unions. The message read, in part, as follows: "On the occasion of victory, the workers of Palestine, who with sons and blood participated in the war, who are engaged in building a life for their people on the foundations of equality, labor and justice, fervently hope that they will find among Soviet workers, a true understanding assistance in accomplishing the primary task of creating Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth to serve refugee survivors of the Nazi and Fascist slaughterers." Buy More War Bonds. RE-ELECT John H. LEVI Your City Councilman 15 Years President of the Council Over 26 Years Your Councilman Your Vote and Support Appreciated Pd. Pol. Adv. TONIGHT. TOST TIME 8 P. M. DAILY DOUBLE 1st & 3rd RACES 10 R"A C E S NIGHTLY O U I NIE L A 8 EVERY RACE ADMISSION 25c NO MINORS ADMITTED TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Take Miami Traniit bui No. 10 out to N. W. 7th ave. nue and 103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Ave. to 107th Street; or Opa-Locka bus out N. W. 7th Ave. I to 115th Street. Free transportation from these points | Ito track. • ; es t kennels dUptayj their colors races nighUY • raising race5 except Sundays. Jffl *-^V*f i FUTURITI iRACK \iNii"r 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves LAWN PARTY, BOND RALLY TO BE SUNDAY A lawn party and bond rally for the benefit of the Seventh War Loan Drive will be held Sunday, May 20 at 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Slater, 1535 Monroe St., Holly wood, under the combined sponsorship of the B'nai B'nth. he B'nai B'nth Junior League, the Jewish Community Centex and the J.C.C. Ladies' Auxiliary, With Michael M. Hauser as chairman. Chaplain M. J. Bouterse and Ensign W. W. Perry of the Hollywood Beach Hotel Training Schools will be the featured speakers, together with b. fa. Solland, C. T. Smith, James F. Mack and Nelson Elsasser of the South Broward War Finance Committee. Refreshments will be served following the rally. R. A. Raymond is to furnish the public address system. There is no charge, and the public is invited. Mrs. Maurice Luzenberg, chairman of the women's division of the War Finance Committee was the guest speaker, and discussed the Blue Star Brigade which features so prominently in the sale of E-bonds. At the conclusion of her talk, all the members present enrolled in the brigade. The Ladies' Auxiliary will be in charge of the Post Office Bond Booth mornings during the week of June 18. 'the Junior League will be at the booth every Wednesday and Thursday evening during the drive. Also present at the meeting were Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, president of the Auxiliary; Mrs. Gertrude Fensterheim, 1st vice president; Mrs. Jennie Kravetz, 2nd vice president; Miss Anna U. Daniels, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Selma Harris. Mrs. Anna Opper. Mrs. Marion Simons, Mrs. Pearl Zuckerman, Mr. Hauser. War Bond chairman tor the J.C.C; J. Gold, representing B'nai B'nth; Miss Jewel Simons, War Bond chairman for the Junior League. NOT OPPOSED TO JEWISH STATE New York (JTA)—Rabbi Itche Meir Levin, a member of the central committee of the World Agudas Israel organization, who has just arrived here from Palestine, told a press conference that the Agudas Israel is not opposed to the creation of a Jewish Commonwealth in Palestine, and believes that Palestine is the only possible refuge for the Jews of Europe. Rabbi Levin said that his chief purpose in coming to the United States was to strengthen efforts to raise funds for the support of Jewish religious activities in Palestine. While here, hows'ier, he hopes to.assist in the formation of a United Jewish front on postwar Jewish problems. % FACT OF THE WEEK More than forty men of Jewish faith have earned the Distinguished Service Cross. This decoration is the second highest honor the U. S. Army bestowes for combat performance and is given for extraordinary heroism against the enemy. The facts concerning these men and the records of their valor are in the files of the Bureau of War Records. BELGIAN EDUCATOR AMONG LIBERATED Brussels (JTA)—Among the prisoners of war recently liberated in Germany was Belgian Major General Ernest Wiener, director of studies of the Belgian Military Academy and chairman of the Central Belgian Jewish Consistoire, it was learned here. Gen. Wiener was taken prisoner by the Germans on May 28, 1940. CHILD WELFARE AIDS TO BE SENT OVERSEAS New York (JTA)—A group of professional child care workers will be sent overseas to operate as a National Council of Jewish Women unit in the overseas program of the Joint Distribution Committee, it was announced by Mrs. Joseph M. Welt of Detroit, president of the National Council of Jewish Women. Recruitment of workers has already started. RAINBOW DIVISION ISSUES JEWISH BOOK With the 442nd Inf. Div. of the Seventh Army in Germany (JTA)—The first Jewish book published in Germany since Hitler began his persecution of the Jewish people has been published by the 42nd Infantry (Rainbow) Division as a souvenir of Passover services held by the Division's Jewish chaplain in the Nazi community of Dahn. The booklet, which is pocket size and consists of 12 pages, contains a preface by Major General Harry J. Collins, division commander, all the YidPOLISH ALL London (JTAV—nu ninety-eighV^nd^eto 1 ^ cent of the Jews wh„T* ^l Poland under (he r. H fa I cupation were extermfl n an *-l Emil Sommerstein^h n d ated ; 1 central Jewish eSfiggB land, has appealed for 'w "H action" to curb anti-SeiS 0 **! Poland, and urgedfflSl tion to Palestine of taj* who des,re to go thereTfaS dirt thr arfiLs Government, DrTsiSSl said, according to thTSS radio, that although 8 £S ment has put into effect 12"I ures guaranteeing full L^ and legal equality fo/^g energetic action is required^ stop anti-Semitism." He nomw out that the.position oAffi in Poland is very difficult | sertmg that their physical „£ d,t 'n >? n ot very satisfactory and their psychological state ill even worse. 'I Recalling that i j anuaiT Premier Osubka-Morawski 31 C,ar w tl i a u iwish em 'gratioq( would not be hindered, Dr Sota-I merstein said that "the time hal come to resolve this problem' I the democracies must take acJ count of the Jewish people's! rightful claims to build a Je.| ish national home in Palestine."! He appealed to the new Polishl government to use its influence! to support the "just claims" oil the Jews. dish Passover prayers, a prayer| for home and the words io| "America." It is being distribut-l ed each of the 500 men of Jew-I ish faith in the Rainbow Divi-I sion. In his preface General Collim! pointed out to his Jewish soldienl that like their ancestors, theyl are now engaged in a battle for! freedom against a modern Pba-| roah. Talk can defeatSilence assure victory! Freedom of speech does not| mean careless talk! Buy War Bonds and Stamps. IDC TO ACCELERATE EUROPEAN RELIEF New York (JTA) — Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee 1945 campaign, announced that the JDC will Immediately accelerate its relief and rehabilitation program, now operating in sixteen countries in Europe, to meet the urgent needs resulting from the liberation of all Europe. Rabbi Wise indicated that the release of thousands of Jews from concentration camps "creates a sharp crisis in relief needs." He declared that the JDC has appropriated nearly $12,000.000 during the first five months of 1945 for relief and rehabilitation overseas. The coming months will bring unprecedented requests from displaced Jews who have returned to their homes, he said, and from communities now accessible to JDC relief shipments. These requests will necessitate the acceleration of monthly appropriations. BE A GOOD CITIZEN VOTE FOR 5 ON JUNE 5 ELECT LOUIS F. (RED) SNEDIGAR AND FOUR OTHER GOOD MEN Independent! No Promises! No Political Alliances With Any Group or Individual! Seeking Council Vacancy To Be Created By Decision Of Val C. Cleary Not To Run For Re-election. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED^ ^ HITLER'S BIG MISTAKE ACTION AGAINST JEWS New York (JTA)—Hitler's biggest mistakes were his campaign against the Jews and his policy of imperialism, Dr. Paul Schmidt, head of press relations in the German Foreign Office, said in an interview with a correspondent of the New York Herald-Tribune. Schmidt, who was captured at Salzburg, asserted that there was little antiSemitism in Germany until Hitler imported it from Austria VOTE FOR Wm. (BILL) BURBRIDGE FOR CITY COUNCIL Ten years of Constructive Service asa Beach City Councilman justifies another^ ^ ^



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IrflDAY *• lewis! fkridirtu MI MI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of Thelewtah Welfare Board Help U Keep a Record el Our Man In Service PAGE SEVEN SERVICE %  *\ ^ wy WK r\ r\ PAMDE! ufflLIAM MAYER. JR. J-SSEDJH ACTION William Mayer, Jr., First Lt \ v S. Marine in Air Corps, has action while on %  K ;f'the Pacific, his parents fe?Sweek. Mayer gradBMi Mi"'" 1 Senior High ""' in 1939 and attended the flSr o* Florida before lmV e rfhe Marines in July, ffi Hehad been overseas since K*"w 1944. His parents, Kd Mrs. William.Mayer. St., preside in Philadelphia. In pAULXlouis HAS B BEEN LIBERATED liberation of 1st Lt. Paul A. ^uS Miami from a Germany •2EL camo was reported MonPfc. Irving W. Ehrens. Miami, has been liberated by the Russians from Camp 4-B, where he was held prisoner of war several months, the War department has notified his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ehrens. 2425 S. W. 15th St.. had their last direct word from their son two months before he was freed. At that time, he said he was feeling fair, and asked them to send food and clothing. Member of an infantry unit, Ehrens was serving with Gen. Patton's Third Army when he was listed as missing Dec. 16. POSTHUMOUS AWARD TO LIEUT. R. ZUSSMAN prison mother. Mrs. Etit£9*rnwm £ she had a Mrs. Lou' s said cablegram from her son, readg-^Am well and fit, hope to %  S you won. Will keep you fully '"LOSS' a former Miami High I football center who was graduated in 1940 and attended Virlia Military Institute in 1941 land 1942, where he also played 1 football, was captured Nov. 5 I when the B-26 medium bomber I he piloted was shot down over Garda, Italy, in a fighf with [Nazi Messerschmidts. He was [freed from a camp in Germany. HAROLD RAND NOW [MAJOR IN ARMY CORPS "A letter from the Philippines I brings the information that a [Miami physician of several years landing has been promoted to I rank of major in the Army fHedical Corps. Major Harold Rand is Chief of | General Medicine for the 126th General Hospital at Leyte, first General Hospital to enter the Philippines. Major Rand has been overseas since September, prior to which time he was stationed | in Texas for a two-year period. He is a graduate of Marietta I College and Western Reserve University Medical School, both in Ohio, during which time he earned his R.O.T.C. rating of captain. Major Rand is a member of | Phi Delta Epsilon. Phi Beta KapI pa, and the American College of I Allergists. His parents, Mr. and i Mrs. I. Rand, are Miami residents, while Mrs. Harold Rand is now residing with her family in Englewood. N. J. T/5 Paul F. Enfold. 21, Signal Corps photographer who received a bayonet wound in the foot April 6 on Okinawa, is back with his unit after being hospitalized, he has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Enfield, 1701 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Former student at Miami Beach High school, he entered service in March, 1944, and went overseas last January, going first to Leyte then to Okinawa. His brother, T/4 Kurt F. Enfield, 24, also is a photographer on Okinawa. Both boys formerly worked in their father's camera shop in Miami Beach. Prt. Joel Z. Cohen, son of Mitchell A. Cohen, 1027 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, was wounded in action it was learned here this week. Samuel MOMS Rosner, S 1/c, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Rosner, 2835 Prairie Ave., and operators of the Victor Hotel is a trainee awaiting reclassification. The nation's highest award for valor, the Congressional Medal of Honor, has been posthumously awarded to 2nd Lt. Raymond Zussman, a brother of Mrs. Fay Wolfson of this city. A native of Detroit, Zussman was platoon leader with a Seventh Army tank outfit. The exploit which won him the award occurred during the battle for the Rhone Valley village of Noroy le Bourg in France last September. When his tank bogged down during an attack, the young lieutenant proceeded on foot, and by personally directing the fire of the tank behind him, accounted for 17 enemy soldiers, two anti-tank guns, a flak gun. two machine guns, and two trucks. He then spied a booby-trapped road block.sent the tank crashing through ahead, and followed with a half dozen infantrymen. Armed with a tommy gun he sprayed a new strong point, captured a pile of enemy equipment, and rounded up, in all, nearly 90 prisoners with complete disregard for his own safety. To crown his exploits, he went alone into a field, tossed a grenade, and came back with a truck and its driver. Only a few days after the incident, and before he could receive a medal for his bravery, the 26-year-old lieutenant was killed in another action in France. Marvin Krassner, hospital apprentice 1/c, son of Mrs. Frances Krassner, 1575 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach is on duty in the dispensary. 2nd Lt. Joseph Hirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirsch, 1009 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has won his silver wings and received his commission at Big Spring, Texas. Second Lt. Albert M. Lehrman. former Dade county attorney, reported recently for duty at the San Antonio ASF depot after receiving his commission in the quartermaster corps at Camp Lee, Va. Graduate of the University of Miami in law, he has served 30 months in" the armed forces. Lt. and Mrs. Lehrman are living at the Robert E. Lee hotel, San Antonio. Their Miami address is 1818 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach. Staff Sgt Aaron Spector, Miami, twice decorated for heroism in action, is home on furlough from an Army hospital at Temple, Tex., where he is recuperating from battle wounds. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Spector, 1575 N. W. Second St., he was awarded the Silver Star and Bronze Star medals for outstanding bravery at the battle of St. Lo, where he fought a desperate rear-guard action permitting the evacuation of his trapped infantry unit, and in recognition of the exemplary fashion he took charge of his platoon following the death of the platoon leader and led his men in a series of successful attacks on Nazi positions. He will return to Texas May 31. T/5 Paul F. Enfield, son of Mrs. Alice B. Enfield, 1701 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, was one of seven Miamians listed as wounded on Navy and War Department casualty releases for May 12 and 13. Buy More War Bonds. inte C n a d ^ in f kle Chairman of the Snack Bar Committee at On* "^J^^SrilSni Aim* H? of operation the Snack Bar has serviced its 10.000th serviceman, n rf thaMH Navy Co mmittee of the National Jewish Welfare Boar V„ P !" ri forces stationed here pLJH. contribution to servicing the needs of the members of the armed forces siauon a luifUhng an extremely important requisite of the servicemen Beach 1 rcact,ons f the men who have been served to date matJ^^^S^S £ e Jbfig 5^ m r^ to servic-^ KJWJ'JEE ^^SSfipSftB lank c oL TJ c hr,s cereOSWEGO REFUGEES HOLD CRAFTS EXHIBIT TO DEMONSTRATE SPECIAL GIFTS AND TALENTS More than two hundred of the 982 refugee! being temporarily sheltered by the government at the Emergency Refugee Shelter at Oswego participate in Arts and Crafts Exhibit dedicated to the authorities and private agencies as an expression of gratitude for the rare and constant interest they have shown to us and lo a favorable development of spiritual and material activities at Fort Ontario." The exhibit, the refugees hope, "will also demonstrate the talents and achievements of our residents who will be happy to be permittee] to contribute through their special gifts and talents to the benefit of the greater community." Lower photo) Mrs. Rubin La vine of Syracuse and Mrs. Robert Heilbrunn of Rochester, the two representatives of the National Council of Jewish Women on the executive committee of the Coordinating Committee for Fort Ontario, are shown observing the needle work exhibited by some of the woman refugees. (Top photo) Joseph Smart, Director of the Emergency Refugee Shelter, stands alongside of a head of himself done in wood by Mrs. Marian Sommerberg, sculptor formerly of Hamburg, who is in this country with her three children, all of whom were among the exhibitors at the show. Mrs. Sommerburg, who was a student of Professor Luksch, is represented at the Tel Aviv Museum with a series of twenty-four wood cuts entitled "The Other Way." The National Council of Jewish Women is one of a group of private welfare agencies supporting the supplementary program for tho refugees at the Emergency Shelter.^. OVERSEAS SERVICE AID INCREASED SHARPLY Paralleling the American military situation, overseas services of the National Jewish Welfare Board (JWB) increased shaTply during 1944, Frank L. Weil, president, announced in a statement accompanying the annual report of the board. The National Jewish Welfare Board is one of the six member agencies of USO. In addition to its USO operations in the Western Hemisphere, JWB conducts a full program of religious and hospitality activities for the halfmillion Jewish members of the Armed Forces here and abroad; is the endorsing body for Army and Navy chaplains; is an accredited agency of the Veterans Administration; and is the National Association of Jewish Centers, YMHA's and YWHA s, with 290 member agencies in the United States and Canada. The 1944 expenditures of $1,263,000 presented in the report does not include USO activities, Mr Weil points out, but represents services directly financed by JWB. Income during 1944 was $1,172,039, leaving an operating deficit of $83,291. The number of Jewish chaplains in service increased during the year from 217 to 267, the report shows. Of this number 124 were serving overseas on December 31, 1944. In addition to carrying out their specific military duties, each chaplain serves as JWB's representative in distributing religious and comfort articles to the men serving with him. the report indicates. A total of 2.102,000 bibles, prayer books, Jewish calendars and other religious material was printed by JWB in 1944 for distribution to the Armed Forces. The 1944 report is not ]ust a record of JWB service, but a tribute to the entire Jewish community of America, Mr. Weil stated. "In carying out this program we serve as the agent of the American Jewish community which has authorized us to carry on this work in its behalf, and which takes an active part in thai work," he said. "In addition to the 267 Jewish chaplains, and the 315 PWB staff workers serving the Armed Forces, we have organized 626 JWB Army and Navy Committees, in every part of the country, each of which takes responsibility for providing local hospitality services to supplement the program provided by the national organization. In addition, 58 such communities have been organized in England, Australia, Palestine, India, Hawaii and other overseas areas. A section of the report is devoted to the Women's Division, organized in 1942 to enlist maximum participation of Jewish women throughout the country on behalf of the war effort. Outstanding projects of the women's division are: Serve-a-Camp, through which committees are organized in large cities to provide comfort articles to men in isolated camps; Serve-a-Chaplain, which gives the same service to chaplains overseas; and Serve-a-Hospital. The number of communities organized for these activities grew from 34 to 73 during the year. As of December, 1944, there were in operation 43 Serve-a-Camp committees; 29 Serve-a-Chaplain committees; and 18 Serve-a-Hospital committees. T/Sgt Alton Rohiniky. radio gunner, just back from England after completion of his 35 missions, recently spent a furlough here with his wife and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky, 3134 S. W. 21st St. He is the holder of the air medal with five clusters and two Bronze Stars. Mrs. Rohinsky returned with him to Fort Myers, where he is stationed. Cpl. Lou Rotfort is spending a furlough here with his family and friends before returning to his post at Austin, Texas. A brother, Lt Sol Rotfort is expected here this week. JetASti'tefs£?Va I s'-ffin vMuVrfrS-i*



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PAGE EIGHT PJewht) fhridian > M i t \ I COMMITTEES NAMED FOR ZIONIST AFFAIR Harry Gordon and Jerome Wcinkle, co-chairmen of the donor dinner sponsored by the Miami Zionist District to be held on June 4 at Lilley"s restaurant, this week announced committees in charge of the affair. Jennie Gordon and Sophie Schwartz are in charge of seating. Myron Newman is arranging the entertainment, and Louis Heiman is handling the publicity. Supervising tickets and reservations are Jennie Gordon, Zena Weinkle, Marcclla Heiman, Dora August, Sophie Schwartz and Ann Jacobs. CAN YOU HELP? The Jewish Social Service Bureau is interested in placing a well-behaved fire-yi arold girl with a Jewish family having one or two children of its own. The mother of the little girl has deserted her, and she is really in need of a good home. The father is willing to pay a minimum amount for her care. Any family willing and able to give the child a home is asked to call the Jewish Social Service Bureau office, ph. 3-5377. HOPE TANNENBAUM PLEDGED TO SORORITY Miss Hope Tanenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tanlenbaum, 2103 S. W. lift iSt..has been pledged to Sigma Delta Pi, national honorary Spanish lraternity. An honor student at the 1 University of Miami, Hope re! eently was given a loving cup by her sorority. Alpha Epsilon i Phi as the group's "best pledge. She is attending the university on a scholarship awarded her by the Miami Chapter. National Council of Jewish Women. FRIDAY, MAY l 8i! PIONEER WOMEN NO. 1 TO HOLD CELEBRATION Pioneer Women's Organization, Club No. 1, will hold a meeting and Shovuoth celebration at the home of Mrs. Henry Seitlin, 347 S. W. 6th St., on Monday, May 21, at 8 p. m. Guest speaker for the evening will be A. P. Gannes, director of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Mrs. M. Shubow will give a reading and Mrs. Sonja Gerbert will recite original compositions. Refreshments will be served. Provide for your futurity with military security—don't talk! BROWARD WOMEN COLLECTED CLOTHING During the United Nations Clothing Drive, B'nai B'rith Women of Broward County collected 1,152 pounds of clothing, which they helped to sort and pack in their clubroom, it was announced this week. In addition, the organization has raised $517 toward War Service work, and to date. Mrs K. Weinstein, chairman of the 7th War Loan drive of the group, has sold $15,000 worth of series E Bonds, giving her a rating of Brigadier General. In line with their policy of aid to servicemen, the auxiliary sponsors a social each Sunday evening for the men, with junior members of the group acting as hostesses. ACCOUNTANTS HAVE NEW PRESIDENT Robert M. Morgan is the new president of Southeastern chapter of the Florida Institute of Accountants. A chapter statement issued Wednesday said Morgan's staff would include Charles S. Roberts, vice president, and David Stuzin. secretary-treasurer. Directors are Louis Gillman, Edward G. Benjamin, Hugh F. Purvis, W. W. Arner, Clarence C. Morris and H. E. Penney. Annual convention of the Florida Institute of Accountants will be held at the Roney Plaza hotel. Miami Beach, early next month, officials stated. ELECT HARRY ZUKERNICK TO I City Council ATTORNEY AND CIVIC LEADER 10 Years Serving Community Interests oi Miami Beach PdPol. Adr. Plav safe—don't talk. Well, of course, Mother will have to wait until after Victory for delivery of their home Air Conditioning system, but you really can't blame Dad for being so enthusiastic! Dad has been talking things over with Belcher's Air Conditioning consultants and he's learned quite a few interesting facts. Now he understands how properly planned Air Conditioning banishes airborne dust and dirt, the source of most household drudgery ... and how Air Conditioning combats spores and pollens which may aggravate hay fever and other respiratory ailments. He's learned, too, that a good Air Conditioning system, designed to fit the home for maximum efficiency and lowest possible operating cost, is not a luxury but a necessity in postwar living. Dad's sold on the* idea of coming home after a hot, humid day to a cool, comfortable house with clean^ Sole Distributors in South Florida of evenly distributed, draughtless air with temperature and humidity precisely controlled day in and day out, summer and winter. Wise old Dad! He, his architect and consulting engineer talked it over with rtelcher's Air Conditioning engineers as to the Air Conditioning system best suited to the family's needs. Then Dad made a deposit so he'd have first call on a Carrier Air Conditioning system as soon as possible after V-E Day. Take a tip from Dad! Come in and discuss your postwar Air Conditioning requirements there's no obligation! BELCHER INDUSTRIES PI A lh< i no'i of Belcher Oil Company ESTABLISHED 1915 MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA Air Conditioning and Refrigeration ', 4:30. P. m. over WIOD. MYERS RE-ELECTED HEAD SOCIAL BODIES Stanley C. Myers was unanimously reelected as president of the Council of Social Agencies at a meeting held Monday afternoon. Other officers chosen were: first vice president. Joseph N. Barth; second vice president, Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast; treasurer, Fred G. Gamer; secretary, Mrs. Mary W. Matthews; and three members-at-large, Chester M. Wright, James McConnell and Mrs. Elizabeth Whitman. 0 SGT. BILL JORDAN HERE ON FURLOUGH Sgt. Bill Jordan was here on a furlough and appeared nightly at his Bar of Music where ne teamed up with Irving Laibson. He is expected to be honorably discharged from the army after three years of service. s. o. s. u There must be sone kind person who don't want to see a happy family broken up. Will rent a one or two Deoroom house or apartment H* my wife, child and mysel'. Permanent resident, reierences. Am employed at a leading local store. Quiet, sober people. No disturbances, cooo housekeepers. Moderate rental. Please help us. MR. RENNAT c/o Jewish Floridia. Box 29"' Miami "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN, General U"£fS SOIL. SOD AND FILL Try Us For Estimate All Work Satisfactory MAC'S NURSER* Phone 7-0060 aaBHHHt..



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+Jewish Fhridliari PAGE NINE R'NAI B'RITH NOTES JJ %  T.„ nAVID R. ISEN By DAVID R. ISEN r 0 ~~~rZeidman. represent\*Kx and Jerry Freehling, 8 AZ '. A ; B AD.L. are going to PJresentm? A-^ Sund ay to Eando this com |, orida stat e %  ,WI ?tformulate plans and ^fL< for the delegates lJUCt, /oinS %  to Atlanta to atIho are goins f th exe cutive W%J£M the work and all J ^ffi that must be tackled f nit envy Milton and Jerry t i0 XhTZp. However, we *"*th.t wi* such representaTthe remits of the meeting be worthwhile. L murse, the most important L t thaThas occurred since our r ent lhas been the birth of |K ^nd heir to President fe Hrold Turk We are ""!"„ that both Stella and K are"doing very well InIntally, the baby was born da B'nai B'rith membership tin to hand-wonder how tat happened? I Sam Miller and wife received ISSderful V-E Day present. A LSfnm from their son to the Krt that he had been released mm a German prison camp and ected to be home soon. I Milton Friedman had an interline story to tell about new lanber private Herb Brown now lationed at Okinawa. It seems fat Milton Friedman has been Lung frequent letters to Herb s rather stationed at the BrookNavy Yard. The letters, tellJ of the work of B'nai B'rith, humiliated the latter's interest iat he forwarded a membership lank to his brother in the PaIfc The result was a new mem%  r direct from the front lines of kinawa! A hearty welcome to •w brother Herb Brown of the %  th Division! [Talking about members. How about a few more from Miami and Miami Beach. Have you brought in a new member lately? Alex Miller was back in town for a few days to pack up all his belongings for the removal.of his household to Atlanta. We are sorry to see you go, Alex; we hope you really enjoy your new position. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cromer on the occasion of their recent marriage. Mazel tov! Dorothy Borenstein, Vera Snyder, and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs and dozens of others have again helped to do a fine piece of work. Operating from two stores, one in Miami and one in Miami Beach over 20,000 pounds of clothing was collected for the United National Clothing Drive. The women of all of the following organizations pitched in and did an outstanding job. The Cardiac Home for Children, the Temple Israel and Beth David Sisterhoods the National Council of Jewish Women, the B'nai B'rith Young Women, the Local Chapter of National Denver Association and the Women's Division of American Jewish Congress. And, finally thanks to Gary Glatt for the generous use of his store for the collection of this important drive. M. B. SERVICE LEAGUE TO CONTINUE DANCES In order to take care of the increasing number of servicemen who attend the Saturday night dances each week, the Miami Beach Service League has made arrangements to use the basketball court—located just opposite the recently opened Snack Bar— and will now be able to accomodate 2,000 persons. Another of the services which the League is rendering members of the armed forces is the holding of wedding receptions for the men and their brides whose families live out of town. In addition, the group is respnsible for the placing of servicemen in various hotels on the Beach for over Saturday nights at a very nominal cost. Religious services are conducted every Friday night by Chaplain Sol Kraft, following which the League serves sandwiches, cake and drinks. REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH LIGHTHOUSE HOLDING DRIVE FOR MEMBERS B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem Lodge will mark the conclusion of their season of work with a social tea and game party te. be held Tuesday, May 29, at 1 p. m., at the Blackstone Gardens. Refreshments will be served and music provided by Muzak. Members are their friends will be admitted without charge. Reservations may be hald by calling Mrs. Richardson, 5-6981, or Mrs. Alex Cohen, 4-0011. 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 I Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 5BE YOlt AT coiuns %  tTUIfcT.TIET* Pappy's Restaurant AIR CONDITIONED Open 11=30 A. M. to 2 AM. |Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner Specializing in steaks and chops ICOLLINS AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH Closed Tuesdays Hiiniiiiwmi IIHMIIIIHIII TOUBY PAINTING CO. Hill + 3-50001 LltMstb AND touRto COMPACTORS | 669 N.W.6^ Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA %  IIIIBIIIIBIIIIHIIIIHIIimm %  .... %  III Miami Lighthouse of the Florida Association of Workers for the Blind have launched a membership campaign with a goal for Dade county of 25,000 members. Dr. Everett Smith, D. D., is chairman of the drive. The association is a non-profit corporation and a community chest agency which maintains a workshop in its headquarters at 601 S. W. Eighth Ave. The headquarters also contains a Braille library and recreation and display rooms. Buy War Bonds and Stamps. MEANS A STRAIN ON YOUR REFRIGERATOR THESE FEW COLD FACTS WILL HELP YOU KEEP IT IN CONDITION 4fc Never use sharp instruments to loosen !" ici from trip or treenee, eeit A Remove dust from condensing coils oi !" top. underneath or on back ot cabinet at Mast twice a re* 0 Motoi should be oiled it least twice a !" year it tt is not staM in mechamsm A Place ia location wtiere there is tree !" circulate at ah aromd cabinet. A Defrost it hast wet a weak Thick ICI w oi freeziat mU caw** retriferater ti run lontei lint IF SOMETHING GOES SERIOUSLY WRONGYOUR ELECTRIC REPAIR DEALER „.... —fjEy* temn RENTALS LEASES • SALES Lots. Home*, Hotels Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Estate Service 806 Linooln Rd. Ph.: 5-580S Jpsnspm *S* yov flH Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922. Miami 11, Florida Phone (-2903 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 MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTINQ — PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4-1920 FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN Waterproofing-Painting by Best Mechanics CALL 3-5091 I. C SMITH 376 N. W. 22nd St. EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Life Insurance Eatatee 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 can't quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds 1 Made From Fresh Oranges Tuiimi for RE8T NVALfSCI ,„JCHRONIC< CONVALfSCEMCf CASES un-RpyPark I th Resort RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Ave.. Miami leach In New York: 76th Si. a Amsterdam Ave. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE ULANCE SERVICE .A. 1944 CAuILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT I WANT MY MILK And Be Bur. It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETE RY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434 I



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PAGE TEN *JewistFk>tMian %  i : LOOSE TALK IS I MIAMI ARMY AIR FIELD ENDANGERING LIVES TO RECEIVE VISITORS The huge passenger terminal at Miami Army Air Field, funnel-neck through which the ever-increasing flood ofreturning overseas veterans is pouring day and night, will be open to Mr. and Mrs. Miami during the open-house program Sunday afternoon, May 27. marking the fourth anniversary of the Air Transport Command. Loose talk by relatives and friends of escaped prisoners of war is endangering the lives of partisans who risk everytning to spirit American fighters out of enemy territory, Maj. T. J. Hieatt, AAF intelligence officer at Miami Beach, told members of the Committee on Security of War Information and assembled newspaper and radio people here this week. He cited instances of such classified information filtering back to the enemy, resulting in execution or Imprisonment in concentration camps of many allied sympathizers. .Newspaper editors and radio commentators, especially in smaller towns, were cautioned against over-enthusiasm in publishing or broadcasting stories concerning local men who have escaped from war prisons or evaded capture in enemy territory, or former internees liberated by Allied forces. Everyone must be on guard against discussing experiences 01 returnees, Hieatt said. A warning also was sounded at the meeting against discussion of ship and troop train movements and other military operations. Speakers pointed out that V-E Day may cause a let-down in precautions agauist loose talk. The public was urged to double its vigilance. Army, Navy, Marine and Coast Guard officers said their services have taken vigorous steps with their own officers and enlisted personnel to insure the security of war information, since Army and Navy personnel are continously returning from foreign combat zones. On the board, concrete ramp outside. ATC's giant airlines spill a steady stream of returnees onto home soil again after flying the Atlantic. From combat theaters in Germany. Italy — from African and Middle East bases—from India, the jungles of Burma and outposts in the virtually tractless interior of China, the veterans come after months and in many cases years of service. An examination by the U. S. Health service is first on the list inside the terminal. Then a brief talk from security officials about what NOT to talk about, a check of baggage by customs officers, and on through a virtual assembly line system which gels their affairs in shape and soon has them aboard a train for the last lap home. The first order of the day— and night—every day and night at the ATC base is "work"—and business as usual will be carried on during the openhouse program. LAUDERDALE SERVICES Keep on buying War Bonds. Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale, will hold combined Sabbath and Shabuoth services on Friday evening. May 18, at 8 p. m. Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will speak on the Subject "Reconsecration." MUSIC BOX OPERATORS! 24 HOUR SERVICE ON MUSIC BOX MOTORS EXPERT APPLIANCE REPAIRS DOTHAN ELECTRIC CO. 1172 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 2-1150 COME! COME! COME! All CANDIDATES RALLY! 4TH AND WASHINGTON AVE. Tuesday, May 22 8:30 P. M. MUSIC THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ALL CANDIDATES TO SPEAK Sponsored by Miami Beach Democratic Association Max M. Singer, Executive Secretary IM. Vol. Aflv. HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS HIS ENDORSEMENT ELECT DR. MAURICE KLEIN YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN FOR MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY. JUNE 5th. 1945 World War Veteran Post War Problems Our Immediate Needs Pd. Pol. Adv. TO OPEN LAW OFFICES Nathaniel J. Klein, who recently returned to Miami Beach after several years service as a special agent with the federal bureau of investigation of the U. S. department of justice, has opened a law office in room 21, 600 Lincoln road building, 1632 Pennsylvania Ave. Prior to his service with the In Newark, N j pta ii mately 14 years *' *W<>A 4 RE-ELECT HERBERT A. HERB' FRINK YOUR COUNCILMAN Taid pol. adv. it Our Victory Is But Half Won" —President Truman The regime of the Nazi gangster is over, but the Battle of Japan has just begun. War in the West has been our major concern; we have not yet gone all out in the East. NEITHER HAS THE JAP! Destruction of Japan's armies has not yet reached the annual rate of normal replacements—250,000 men per year. The Jap fights to the death and our battle to crush him will be longer, tougher and more costly than most Americans expect. This battle must be paid for by a free people, intent on sweeping the Pacific clear of greed and hate. Victory Is Never Cheap In Lives or Money The national quota for THE SEVENTH WAR LOAN is $14,000,000,000.00. The quota for Dade County is $27,746,000.00 CASH Buy All You Can From January 1st, 1942, to April 30, 1945, patrons of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK and its affiliates have purchased $23,841,600.00 in War Bonds and $37,485,800.00 in Treasury Bonds for a ioi E. FLAOLEH ST. TOTAL OF $61,327,400.00 TneFiFsfNaHonalBaik HP lami EDWARD C. ROMFH. President LAURENCE ROMFH. Auistant to th Pre.ident ORGANIZED 1902 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ; ->i:-'.^-— ^*W*"te



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U^J^J^= *Jeni$fi rfaridlian PAGE ELEVEN CLOSING SUNDAY EXERCISES OF BETH DAVID SCHOOL SUNDAY MORNING exercises of Beth Closing x Shool will be held 3? SSffig. May 20. ^Sm be Dlayed in Lummis iGames will b P %  30 Dunn g Park ^"exercises, refreshfte A served to all chilK "„ rl ,,s will he awarded h*"' l" nm s uUcnts of the Si%i lhe H Hcbr^' School. GreetP'tullbcWen ^ the presil ingS if the Congregation and %  dents oi "",, Q U adow and F'^uAuuu • Sunday School [Mrs. Jack A^" 1 ;. R Alex honor PUP Is g p Do nald Cor^Hafne FeftW. Michael LISTEN TO "Palestine Speaks" Over WK AT (1360 on Your Dial) Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m. Lou Heiman, Edgar Lewis, Stanley Rose, Stanley Saal, Arnold Schatzman. Evelyn Schwartz, Rosclle Segal, Reva Shapiro, Sandra Shier, Bobby Shevin, Rita Shlafrock, Adele Siegel, Ruth Stiebel, Zella Warshaw, Lita Weiss and LeRoy Weissel. Hebrew School honor pupils are: Ann Eisner, Harold Eisner, Richard Harris, Gordon Miller, Bobby Newman, Herman Rosenthai, .Judy Rosenthal, Stanley Saal, Roselle Segal, Reva Shapiro, Marvin Shlafrock and Sidney Weinthal. Confirmation exercises will be held the same evening at 8:15 in the synagogue with a group of 19 boys and girls participating. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Cantor Abraham Friedman and the choir will be in charge of the musical program and will be assisted at the piano by Mrs. Joseph Schaeffer. Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver the charge and offer the blessing for each confirmant. The confirmants are: Daniel Apte, Stanley Balish, Sidney Dickson, Estelle Greenberg, Frank Greenberg, Donald Greene, Fred Heineman, Doris Kasow, Shiela Ludwig, Marvin Mack, Sonya Pallot, Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene Rossin, Jerry Schulman, Raphael Shouger, Robert Siegel, Al Silverman, Wm. Weissel and Myron Pollock. Diplomas will be awarded to the following graduates of the Teachers Training Group: Gloria Fox, Dorren Kaler, Yvette Margulies, Rosalyn Morris and Harriet Rand. Diploma awards will also be given to Donald Cohen, Edgar Lewis, Estelle Greenberg, Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene Rossin and Ruth Saal, students who attended our Hebrew High school classes. Donald Cohen will speak briefly in Hebrew. BIALIK SOCIETY TO GIVE CONCERTS In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship The Bialik Singing Society, sponsored by the Bureau of Jewish Education in cooperation with the Ys and afficiliated congregations, will make several appearances before it ends its yearround activities. On May 11, the group sang before the servicemen at the regular service at the Beach Y. On May 21, the Choral Society is scheduled to sing at the Sisterhood meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, for the military personnel at the Boca Raton Army Air Field and on May 27, it will end its season by appearing at the Federation annual membership meeting. Organized in October, 1944, the Bialik Singing Society has made more than a dozen public appearances and has been of service to the community through Jewish music. The society will resume its activities early in the fall. Cantor Emanuel Barkan has served as conductor and Miss Edith Freeman as accompanist. FRATERNAL ORDER TO SPONSOR BOND RALLY BETH JACOB CONGREGATION. Orthodox, 761 41it St., Miami Beach. —Shevuos nrrvi'-i's Thursday and Friday evenings, at 7:30 p. m., and Frlday and Saturday mornings, at 7 and 9 a. m. On Friday Rabbi Motes Meicheloff will speak on "O-d Baa • liven Us a Torah," and on Saturday, ", That Men May Live By It." Yizkor services Saturday at 8 and 10:30 a. m. Cantor Maurice Mamchet will chant. During holiday services on May 19 formal presentation of an Ark Curtain will foe made the synagogue by Mrs. L. Abrams, and two Torah covers will be donated by Mrs. J. Hirsch and Mrs. H. Gottesman. The donors will present a special Klddush after services In the community auditorium. Daily services: Khachrlss at 8:15 a. m.; Mlncha at 7:30 p, m., and Maariv at 8 p. m. Religious school dally from 4 to 7 p. m., Sundays from 9 to noon. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd St.— Shevuos will bo ushed In Thursday evening at sundown. Service Friday and Saturday mornings will be held at 8:30. Yizkor services Saturday morning at 10:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro will speak on "Eternal Peace," and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. The last of the series of Junior services will be held Friday morning at 10:30, to be followed by a Klddush given by the Sisterhood. service*. Schalos Seudos at 7 o'clock, i.ill..will by Mlncha and Maariv. Closing of Sunday School. TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N. E. 19th St.—Klievuos services Thursday evening at 8:1.", p. m. and Friday morning at 11 a. m. Confirmation services for the class of 194:. Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. A reception by the parents of the conflrmands will follow services. Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will speak. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Conservative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach. —Friday evening service at 8 p. m. Confirmation services of the class of 194r, at the North Beach Elementary School auditorium. Reception tendered by the parents of the confirmandH to follow at the Temple social hall. Rabbi Leon Kronish will be In charge of services. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON. GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave. —Thursday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Friday morning combined services, at 9 a. m. Rabbi Simon April will speak on "Source of Life." Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Rabbi April will speak on "In Memorlum" to be followed by memorial MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Conservative, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.— Services Thursday evening at 7 p. m. Shevuoth services, 1st day, Friday morning at 9 a. m. and Friday evening at 7 p. m.: 2nd day, Saturday, services at 9 a. m. Yizkor service at 10:30 a. m., evening service at 7 p. m. On Friday morning Rabbi Irving Lehrman will deliver a charge to the confirmands on the occasion of tho annual confirmation exercises. On Saturday morning the rahbl will preach on "I.cst We Forget." Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant all services Daily services at 8 a. m. and 7 p. m. "The enemywatches and listens."—Prime Minister Winston Churchill. The Jewish People's Fraternal Order, Branch 192, will sponsor a 7th War Loan Bond rally this Friday evening at 8p. m. in Carpenter's hall, 47 N. W. 3rd St. Members and their friends are invited. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED U'iMiYt tit**I.III;IL-I %  in. -MI -it flic HrlKhml U\wi<-r if Huffman***) Telephone 58-2979 CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND ITS Gala Dinner Dance TO BE HELD Monday Eve, June 4th STARTING AT 7:45 at Lilley's Restaurant 829 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD EXCELLENT DANCE MUSIC PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT $10.00 PER COUPLE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL BETH DAVID, 2-1473; H. SOOTIN, 3-1589; MRS. MYER SCHWARTZ. 2-1864 This advertisement made possible by a friend of the Miami Zionist District Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus Announces that the application of Kenholz Kosher Mart & Poultry Market 415 Espanola Way, Miami Beach was accepted and now operates under our supervision and endorsement i %  t I HARRY SIRKIN, President H. SOOTIN, Secretary RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director of Kashrus The Independent Candidate ELECT SIDNEY H. ELLISON TO Citjy Council Paid pol. adv. %  B9HBHHN



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PAGE TWELVE +Jeisti fhrkHarj BERLIN IS ONLY A WHISTLE SVOP Yeah, that was Berlin we just passed. Seemed like we'd never get there, didn't it? And now that we made it, anybody feel like a stopover? Little celebration or something like that? Forget it, friend. This is a through train we're on. And before we get to where we're going, Berlin will seem like a whistle stop. A dot on the map, once removed. Tokyo's our destination. Half a world and billions of bucks away and one thing is sure! If you're going our way, you pay your own freight. That means you keep on buying more and more bonds until you've bought every bond you can dig up the dough for. And then you buy another one! Remember, you might be making this trip the hard way. From island to island. Through the jungle. In a B29. In a submarine. So don't feel too sorry for yourself. Get that first extra bond today right now .. this minute! KEEP ON BUYING B ONDS TILL IT'S OVER. OVER THERE! Happy Hour Tavern 3680 Coral Way Grand National Importers lit Trust Bldg. Sungas Company Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.—Ph. 3-3885 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach Peters Atlantic Service Station and Garage 7535 N. E. 2nd Ave. Shelby Salesbook Co. 610 American Bank Bldg. East Coast Fisheries, Inc. 380 W. Flagler St. Loeb & Gottfried. Slaughterers Red Road, Hialeah South Seas Hotel 1751 Collim Ave., Miami Beach This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under the auspices of Treasury DP Savoy Plaza Hotel 425 Ocean Drive Stevens Markets 2201 N. W. 82nd St.-7-3085 *uiz Ponce de Leon Blvd.—4-1685 Lester F. Riebel—Painting Contractor 8180 N. W. 14th Ave. Charles Hotel 1475 Collim Ave. White Service Station & Garaae 870 W. Flagler St. Price's Service Station 5700 S. W. 8th St. National Produce Co.. Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th Ave. Belford Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. Tamiami Upholstering Co 2485 S. W. 8th St. Henry Gregor Oscar Blasius Bart Riley Dr. T. L. Lowrie Council's Furniture Co. 844 N. Miami Avenue Ship Service Laundry 1034 N. E. 2nd Ave. Playland Photo Studio 118 N. E. 2nd Ave. Campbell Convalescent Home 233 N. W. 28th St. K. Burns & Son—Jewelers 114 E. Flagler St. E. Diamond & Son Wholesale Noveitlei 513 N. Miami Ave.



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FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1945 vJewisli Fhrlcttan PAGE THIRTEEN ,:*&?&*• .,::" %  -, :\ THE *s p 7 !" WAR LOAN IS ON! if you NAVE fou have a quota in the Mighty WarL Find your quota and make it! We've got to make the 7th the biggest yet! IF YOUR AVERAGE INCOME PER MONTH IS: $250 225-250 210-225 200-210 180-200 140-180 100-140 Under $100 YOUR PERSONAL WAR BOND QUOTA IS: (CASH VALUE) MATURITY VALUE OF 7th WAR LOAN BONDS BOUGHT $187.50 150.00 131.25 112.50 93.75 75.00 37.50 18.75 $250 200 175 150 125 100 50 25 oan ALL OUT FOR THE MIGHTY /* WAR LOAM i* Wising Co. Council and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals 1 h imitate Pi '"nth Levi Plumbing Co. 2141 S. W. 3rd St., Miami Jack H. Pero George J. Bertman—Real Estate 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Jean's Candy Shoppe 212 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Butler-WUson Paper Co. 133 N. E. 1st Ave. Henry's Auto & Truck Parts 76 N. W. 14th St. Rubinstein's Dress Shop 1026 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Tropical Soda Shop 942 N. E. lit Avi. Ray's Paint & Body Shop 166 N. W. 1st St. Rainbow Gardens—Florist 840 N. E. 79th St. Seminole Bar SS Hialeah Drive Arldn-Pruiert Construction Co. Congress Building Standard Wine & Spirits 47 N. W. 6th St. Gordon's Women's Apparel Shop DuPont Building Rolfe Armored Truck Service. Inc. 301 N. W. th Ave. The Garden Restaurant 2235 S. W. 8th St. Carrib Novelty Co. 3t6 Congress Building Miami Floral Co. 111 s. W. Sth Ave. Moore's Grocery 1462 N. W. 62nd St. Novelty & Specialty Sales 4308 N. W. 7th Ave. A. F. Given—Accountant Congress Building Nacy's Feminine Attire Shop 532 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Tyler The Top Man 2341 N. Miami Ave. Electrix Appliance Repair Shop 2767 S. W. 27th Ave. Rice Brothers Sunoco Service 1101 S. W. 8th St. Elsasser's Service Station 7791 Blscayne Blvd. Donovan's Bar 501 N. W. 7th Ave. sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sa^sal SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB



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I %  M PAGE FOURTEEN vjewisti fhrkMan FRIDAY. MAY 18, H A T HEN HERE FRIDAY, MAY 18: National Council "f Jewish Worn* %  11. Forum. SUNDAY, MAY 20: i:i: (".iris at Greater Miami, coronation party, I p. m., Dear School. MONDAY, MAY 21: Miami Beach Service League, Beach "Y," 1:30 p. m. TUESDAY, MAY 22: Grentor Miami Army anil Nnv> Committee reorientation course sponsored by the Benlor hostesses ,.i the Miami Beach Jewish Comiiiiin itv Center, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23: Temple Israel annual dinner nicotian, I! p. m.. Kaplan Hall; Workin. n's Circle Branch i">!'2, executive committee meeting, S:30 p. m. THURSDAY. MAY 24: Jewish Social Service Bureau annual meeting, 8 p. in., Both David, FRIDAY, MAY 25: American Jewish Congress. Vi omen's Friday Review, 1:80 p. m. "Think before you talk."—General George C. Marshall and Admiral Ernest J. King. ELECT H. L (Pat) PERDUE Over 4 Years a Miami Beach Police Officer YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN I'd. Pol. Adv. OBITUARIES BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS MRS. REBECCA SHAPIRO Mrs. Rebecca Shapiro, 6S. 01 ii s W. I'.'th St., died Saturday in •' Miami hospital. She cam,here from Jacksonville two years ago. surviving arc her husband. Morns Shiipiio, two sons, Max, Miami, and William, San Francis,-..; MN daughters. Mrs. Uannie Pepper, Mrs. Anna Lleboyltl and Mrs. Yetta Lasarus, all of Miami, Mrs. i.iiiian Kessler, New lorh City, Mrs Rose WYinst. in. Anderson, s. C, and Mrs. Dora Brfce, Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren and ..no great-grandchild. Services were held Mon,lav in Gordon Funeral home, with burial In W Ilawn park. MRS. ZELDA KLINE The body of Mrs. Zelda Kline, ... of Hast Rlvo Alto Island, who died Thursday In a local hospital, was sen) by the Riverside Memorial chapel for burial in Philadelphia, from where she came four months ago. She Is survived bj a daughter, Mrs. Ilatiie Flic.Hand, and eight other children. MARSHALL WEISS Marshall Weiss. :i year-old son of Mr and Mrs. William Weiss, of 626 :.th St., Miami Beach, died in a local local hospital following a short IIIness. Fun. ral services were held Monday in Riverside Memorial chapel followed by interment in Mt. Nils. cemetery. MEYER CORNFIELD Meyer Cornfield, 59, of 818 s W Second 81 died at his home following a brief illness. He came to Miami from New York city five years ago and was a retired clothing salesman. Surviving are two brothers, Benjamin Cornfield, of Miami; and lisy Cornfield, of Santiago, Chile, and three sisters in Russia, Funeral services were conducted by the c.rdon Funeral home Wednesday followed by burial In Mt. Nel.o cemetery, Satisfaction Guaranteed MASON — CONCRETE & CARPENTRY Licensed and Insured 3-5539 Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Miss Helena Held, a cadet nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital, has arrived here to visit with her mother. Mrs. Pearl; Held, of 729 Pennsylvania St. Both El sisterhood held its semi-monthly meeting Tuesday night at Sher Memorial hall, with Mrs. B. Ryder presiding. honor of Mrs. Shapiro. A barbecue and dancing were held on the lawn, and various movies wire shown. Lillian Metz, Sylvia Rotfeld. Fay Cantor. Muriel Shutzer, Hannibal Blumbert and Jackie Altman were present, in addition to servicemen from Morrison Field and Boca Raton. Mr. and Mrs. S. Schneider and children, 629 Fern St., have left for their summer home at Pine Hill, N. Y. Congregation Beth El held its regular meeting Tuesday night at the Temple. 630 Fern St. Miss Ethel Smith tendered a party in her home this week in B'nai B'rith and the ArmyNavy Committee sponsored a I dance Saturday night at Sher.' Memorial hall. Ben Wolfson was chairman of the affair. Senior i hostesses were Mrs. Blumberg and Mrs. Phil Blicher. Present i were Lillian Metz, Sylvia Roti fold, Muriel Schutzer. Raye Can| lor. Hannibal Blumberg. Jackie Altman, and Ethel Smith, as well 1 as servicemen from Boca Raton and Morrison Field. DR. JOHN M. LARIMER Dr. John M. Larimer, osteopathic physician, qualified Saturday as a candidate for the Miami Beach city council Well known as a civic leader, Dr Larimer's pet project is promotion of a 'teen age center as a hvmg war memorial, in Ms capacity as head of the Youth Recreation Advisory council. •I have allowed my name to be presented as a candidate, Dr Larmier declared, "so the people of Miami Beach may have the opportunity ot electing a man without a single commitment to any person or group. I shall have no platform other than to promise to do the best I can with whatever problem comes up." WILLIAM BURBRIDGE William Burbridge, 59, who is completing his fourth term as councilman at Miami Beach, announced he would be a candidate tor re-election on June 5. Burbridge was first elected in 1932 and has served continuously except for one period. 1939 to 1941, when lie was defeated by Mitchell Wolfson. Burbridge was one of the original sponsors of civil service for city employes. He advocated and assisted in the adoption of a program for the city to buy its own tax certificates to keep them out of the hands of speculators. He believes this fund should be increased so that it will be sufficient to tide the city over any business recession which might occur with resulting reduction in tax collections. D. LEE POWELL D. Lcc Powell, realtor, announced 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. Intensely interested in efficient municipal government operation, Powell, soon after taking office, was prominent in negotiations resulting in the city's receiving a franchise tax from the Miami Beach Railway Co. to compensate for wear on city streets. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Swafford Aut.. Parts at I2S8 .V \V. sand St., Miami, Florida. l<<' lld ? l reaister said name with the Clerk of il,,. Circuit Court of I'adu County. 1 "'"''' K&B8CHEL SWAFFORD Sole Owner MII.TON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 5/11-18-25 6/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I the undersigned, desiring to engage ,iu business under the fictitious name of .1 A.M Equipment Co. (not Inc.) su. lessors to E A J Equipment Co. mot Inc.) at 926 N. Miami Avenue. Miami. Florida intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MultltlS DoNCHER JOSEPH WE1NHERO Mil.ToN A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 5/11-18-16 6/1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1933 File A 8S72 NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that Morris Alpert holder of City of Mianil Beach Tax Certificate No. 65 Issued the 4th day of July, A.D. 1938. has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate eml.r.i.es the following described propertv In the Count? of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: Lot 12 Blk. 1, Palm Island. Record,,l Plat Bk. 6. P. 54, Pub. Rec. Dade Co Fla., In the City of Miami Beach, County of Dade, State of Florida. The lasessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Kokomo Corp. I'll less s.il.l certificate shall be Redeemed according to law, the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of .Mine. IMS, which Is the 4th day of .Mine. 1945, Dated this 2nd day of May. 1945. iv B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. I lade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C. 5/4-11-18-25 FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc. 1201 South Olive Avenue WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 LAINHART & POTTER ESTABLISHER 1893 "BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS" Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla. SIDNEY E. ELLISON Sidney H. Ellison, supervising principal of Miami Beach public schools for the past nine years, announced his candidacy for Miami Beach councilman in the June 5 election. His decision followed conferences he has held with prominent citizens during the past few days. Ellison's announcement stated: "I hereby announce my candidacy for city council of Miami Beach, pledging a free and independent representation committed to a strictly business administration. "My experience as an executive and my knowledge of Miami Beach, I feel qualify me to represent the public at large on the board of directors of a municipal corporation that will formulate the policies of this city for the next four years." NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 39573 Notice is hereby given that otto Zlnkel holder as assignee of city of Miami Tax Certiii.ate Numbered 9360, dated the 2nd day of Juno. All 1980, has filed said Certificate in my office, and lias made application for lax deed to Issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Cert Irieat" embraces: the following; described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wit: Lot 2, Blk. :i. (Jroveland Park. Plat Book fi. Page 91, In the City of Miami. County of Dad*, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In tlie name of t'nknown. Unless said Certificate shall he redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 20th day of June. A.D. 1945. Dated this lfith day of Mav, A.D. 1H45. E. P.. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Hade Countv, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STKRRF.TT, D. C. r. 18-25 4 '1-8-16 LFA f" c*'s; A UEP 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 the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro ducti and Ice Cream. KB CKHAfcJ MtU • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE *^*^^*^^^0**^l JOHN H. LEVI Mayor John H. Lcvi of Miami Beach, who has served on the city council for nearly 27 consecutive years, will be a candidate to succeed himself in the June 5 election. He has led the entire ticket in total votes received in five of the seven elections in which he has been a candidate, officials recalled. Levi, who helped dig Miami Beach out of the bay bottom, came to the area in 1912 when about two-thirds of the city was a mosquito-infested mangrove swamp. He has served as president of the city council for 15 years and as mayorlchairman for five years. The Miami Beach Ocean View Co., headed by Levi, gave streets, lighting facilities and park to the city and also constructed the first post office NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN' THE COUNTY Jl'DfJE'S COURT IN AND FHt DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 1(1279 In Re: ESTATE OF MII.TON SILAS HOWE. Deceased. I To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Bald Estate: You, and each of you. are hereby notified and required to present any I Claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MlI.To.N' SILAS HOWE deleave.1 late of Dade County. Florida. to the Hon. W. V BDANTON. CounI ty Judge Of Dade Countv, and file the same in his office in the County I Courthouse in Dade County, Florida. within eight calendar months from : the date of the first publication I hereof Said claims or demands to I contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sVorn to and I presented as aforesaid, or same will I be barred. See Section 120 of the IMS Probate Act. Date May 15, A.D. 194.1. R. II. WISENRAKER. As Administrator of the Estate of MILTON SILAS HOWE. Deceased. MAX It SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 4/18-2.-, 6/1 -S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that t undersigned, desiring to engage business under the fictitious name (CARRY MARKET at 2801 N. W. Ih Avenue. Miami Florida. Intends register said name with the Cleric Dade Countv. Florida. J. J. ANNIS THEATCHER ANNIS YF.RS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants. 18-25 6/1-8-15 RADIO TROUBLE? Radio and tubes tested free: all work guaranteed. Mid City Radio Shop, is:, N. E. 96th St. As near aa your phone. Phone 78-2459 Soldier, beware when she wants to ask you—why. and when, and where you'll go! C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. •vw ROOFING All Types Scientifically Applied SOUTHERN Roofing A sheet Metal Co. 7-4127 "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adr. Buy More War Bonds. %  •tends to register sad ,,, tua, K Clerk of the Cue, ,'',' %  • MtiiiT, County. Florida. UJU bajj '-"I'IS I'KAH, MYERS & HEIMVN U "* Attorneys 4/27 5/4-11-18-25 AliL NOTICE OWAPPLT^SH^T File No. 3S385 .NOTICE IB HEREBTanr !" JESSIE L. ZUCKEltf ho?to?? lhM slgneo of City ot M,,,, i -r as Mrioatea NumSered V;. j" 0U 42U2. 4203. 42U4, 420: iW%, •*, dated the ah day „t j„ ,", A o !*"• bus nied said CerUfic £ f„ SJ3 ,"<*• *<1 has made arauaufi? ft tax deed to issue thereon teHS or ance with law. Bald C !" fh",,!" 0 ^' brace the following d -,', i "' em braced in Certificate No %,£? i"'' assessment of said proDem "JS the said Certificate issued •. iSI" name of Unknown. d5 ln 'be Dot 16, Block s Ocean Heights, in the City of %?r VI of Dade. State of Flor I, i' mK m View mty —. UCed ment"of"saia^,ropcny'"u,d l h r % h a f!'': brae'ed^; C^tl.icat MS £J sessment of said property under ^ said Certificate Issued was In K name of Unknown. ln lh8 Dot is, Block s. Ocean vi e "fh. 1 the City of .M,,u„ Cou„,T of Dade State of Florida, a2j* braced In Certificate No, 4!M TL assessment of said ^rtv under ml,, 8 '"', 1 'J' f i '"i "" 1 WllStS name of Unknown. o 1 1 1 1! '. Block S, ocean View Heights. |„ the City ol Miami, County braced in Certificate So. ISM The assessment of said property under the said Certiflea.e .. ,a iHhJ name of Unknown. OT Dot 20, Block B, Ocean view Hehrhta, In the City of Miami, County of Dade, state of Florida, as embraced In Certificate No. 4304, The assetiment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was ii, the name ot unknown. ,,',"L 2 !' ni0( k 8 Ocean View Heights, in the city of Miami, County of Dade, State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, t>.;. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was in the. name of Unknown. Dot 23. Rlock S, Ocean View Heights, in the City of Miami. County of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced in Certificate No, 4207. The assessment of said property under the said Certificate Issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 31st day of May. A. D. 1945. Dated this 23th day of April. A. D. 1945. E. B. DEATHI-:UMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By U M. JOHN'SOV, D. C. 4/2 7 6/4-11-1825 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 8869 NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF-V that Morris Alpert holder of State and County Tax Certificate No. :ii".T Issued the 2nd day of September, A.D. 1935, has filed same In my office, ami has made application for a lax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following desobed property In the County of Padc, State of Florida, to-wit: Dot 19. Blk. 8. NautilusAddition, a Subdn., F'lat Book 8. Paae ISO. in the County of Dade, State of Florida, The assessment of said propero under the said certificate was in the name of Chns. A. Root. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, trte l ,r0D erty described therein will be lOjfl the highest bidder at the Court H"" door on the first Monday in the nmnin of June. 1915, which is the 1th day or June. 194.",. ,.., Dated this 2nd day of May. IHJ. E. B. I,F.ATIIKKM.AN. Clerk of Circuit. Court Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) _,__., „ f l!v I.. M. JOHNSON. D. < V4-11-18-25 NOTICE IS HEREBY 'il^nirSe the undersigned, desiring, to WgJJ ln business under the fictitious nam of Dade Construction C<""l', n> .". r„. Calumet Building, Miami, Fionas %  tend to register said name K" !" Clerk of the Circuit Court of i ue County. Florida. ...a-rnsv MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 3/4-11-18-25 6/1 Joh id NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457-Acts of File A 899} ___, th at NOTICE IS HEREBY < %  ''•.• -MM 'n William Hood holder of w ...J County Tax Certificate NoA D •Issued the 3rd day of AuajBE. and 1936. has filed same In m> '' dM d has made application foi .-Vlrtlfkate to be Issued thereon. BaM ^ribed embraces the following g „ M property In the County of i ar of Florida, to-wit: 0 ne ? tl0,> Dot 12. Block 19. 5","% 1U. Addn.. a Sub., Plat Book I. ggj „f In the County of r>"" le Florida. _, „. lld property The assessment of "•"". m the under the said certificate "" name of Garclous Marl'""'";„ b e rerjnleea said certificate aw" perty deemed according to la. <"*' l0 the described therein will be.sow g^, highest bidder at the^ Cour ^ doVir on the first Monda W m 0 f of June, 1945. which Is <" e Clerk "'^'v FloridaDade County. %  fClrcult Court Seal) JOHN8 ON. Du 6/4-11-18-15 B^BH -• B^BB^BB^BB^B| tUlillKIOFi^BSSS^gg



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^ AY JIAY_ltU9 Grape Vineyards May Rival Citrus Crops I n Flor ida A reprint from the Miami Daily Newt. May 13. 1945 By WILLIAM H. BISCHOFF Because a man lost a fortune curred to Engler that the best hen the Florida real estate boom place to find a grape for Florida h ke in 19 26 South Florida may conditions was in Florida. Also, J day be dotted with vineit occurred to him, the vine most S d S whose production will likely to be successful under the 5 al that of the citrus and vegconditions of the local countrybles now the backbone of its side was one which had already ericulturc. made good there on its own. j E. Entfler, who grew up Grafts Wild Grapes among the vineclad hills of So Engler went into the South northeastern Romania, believes Florida woods and fields to find South Florida can become a what he wanted. When he found world-leading grape producer, a wild grape vine that looked He thinks that, after nearly 20 thrifty, he brought it in. By years of experimentation, he has themselves, of course, the woodfound a Kiape adapted to the land wild grapes are not suitable realization of that dream. for the Creation of heavy-bearing Engler stopped believing in vineyards. Engler grafted varimoney nearly two decades ago, ous commercial varieties onto the when the vicissitudes of fortune wild stock. wiped out his wealth. In turning This year Engler is convinced to earth and nature he has found that his crossings and re-crosshealth and peace. That's why he ings of tame varieties onto the wants to give away 200 grapehardy wild grape stock have vines to South Florida farmers finally produced the variety in the hope that they will find South Florida needs. in them the beginning of a new Vines on the vacant lot at 2450 and Jolid development for a N. W. 12th Ave. where he spends *Jewistfk>rid/an PAGE FIFTEEN land already blessed by nature. Native of Romania In 1898 Engler shipped from his native Romania and landed, a youth of 15 years, at Key West. Eventually he drifted to the Bahamas and became a millionaire real estab developer. When the A FREE VINE! In order to give readers of the Jewish Floridian an opportunity to see the grape vines in their own homes, Mr. Engler is going to give one absolutely free to each of the first 50 people that present cards to him. These cards are obtainable at the Jewish Floridian office, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave., Miami. Florida boom came in the 1920's, he moved his investments to Miami. Bui.-t.ng of the real estate bubble deprived him of his fortune. His health broke in the process. Remembering the health and serenity of his youth on a Romanian farm, he turned back to the land to find them again. Grapes, according to Engler, hke sandy, rocky, soil. The rockier the soil, the sweeter the pape, is an old axiom in the vineyard most of the daylight hours experimenting with plants give promise that his dream has come true. They are laden with countless clusters, some 10 inches long. Engler says his white grapes will ripen early in June. This, he pointed out, would give South Florida grape crop from 15 to 30 days earlier than any other section of the country. It would offer South Florida vineyardists the same golden marketing opportunity now enjoyed by the section's winter vegetables. Tries Out Figs Love of grape vines is in Engler's blood. He wants most in his lifetime to see peninsula Florida's countryside teeming with ripening grapes. But he has also experimented with other fruits. A fruit which Engler believes should be grown more extensively, at least for home use in the Miami area, is the fig. Experimenting with fig trees, he found a homely but effective method to speed their growth. In one plot of fig tree cuttings he mixed wood shavings with the soil. The soil with the wood shavings has, since March when both plots were planted, produced plants 12 to 15 inches tall. Plants in the untreated plot are only a few inches high. Engler attributes FURNITURE PAINTED Spray Finishing Bro-Kade Walls OTHO RICE Painting and Decorating Phone 6-4823 Custom Built VENETIAN BLINDS Cornices Renovated and Reflnlshed Estimates Free. Prompt Service Elmeroy, Inc.. Phone 7-0213 TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 H. L. Cox, president of Dade County Growers' cooperative, and Ed Coyner. Miami seedman, see possibilities for the South Flor|da grape industry. J. E. Engler shows them 10-inch clusters on a new vine. All Makes WASHING MACHINES REPAIRED New, whiter wringer rolls. Also buy and fell washing machines. SQUARE DEAL SERVICE 28!8 N. W. "th Ave. Phone 3-7583 "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. regions of Europe, he mvmm S11 U1I6 ,^ ..„ in =k > Honda has this soil the difference to the looseness "i abundance. and watcr retention capacity of it was Engler's belief that the the soil with shavings added. omy factor lacking to make For city-dwellers who want Kfape growing in South Florida variety but have small space for .. .. ._ .. K __ h o whan ml hack a sound enterprise was a variety trees, Engler suggests trees Grope arbors are attractive, but bear best when cut back Particularly adapted to the areas grafted to several varieties. He every year. In January, when dormant, the vmes should he cut i. After trying several has grafted oranges, lemonr, ^ Q& shown above, leaving only a couple of buds for the from other regions kumquats and grapefruit all on varieties without |W_ notable success, it octhe same trees. next year's growth. VOTE FOR Your Former Associate Judge HAROLD B. SPAET Miami Beach City Council Paid pol. adv. If you take her *T a walk e silent D n't talk. A torpedo goes where it is pointed. Don't point the enemy's torpedoes, by careless conversation! Zip the lip! The enemy's lurking All around To pick up secrets That might be found! SWIMMING COURSE AT VENETIAN POOL In Miami to conduct a two weeks' swimming instructors' course which began May 15 at Venetian Pool, is Harry A. Kenning, member of the Safety Services staff of the Southeastern Area staff of the American Red Cross. Approximately 35 instructors trained in this class will form the nucleus of the teaching staff for the expanded water safety program to be launched by the Dade County Red Cross early in June. In connection with this program, there is need for many more swimming pools where free instruction may be given. Hotels, clubs, or individuals are asked to give the use of their pools., either for limited periods or all summer. Persons interested in helping may call Red Cross headquarters, 9-1613. Every time you guard your speech you are guarding a soldier's life! 'TXTITH YOUR responsibilities, ^W, can you afford to let a Headache, Muscular Pftins, Functional Monthly Pains or Simple Neuralgia slow you down? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills have been bringing relief from these common discomforts for nearly sixty years. % < ^Countless American housewives consider Anti-Pain Pills almost as much of a necessity in the medicine cabinet, as is flour in the kitchen cupboard. They have Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills in the house, many of them carry these little pain relievers in purse or handbag. They are prepared for these minor aches and pains that sometimes occur in almost every family —ARE YOUT Dr. Miles AntiPain Pills are pleasant to take and do not upset the stomach. Get Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills at your drug store. Regular package 25 tablets 25*, Economy package 125 tablets $1.00. Read directions and use only as directed.



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PAGE SIXTEEN +Jewish floridly FRIDAY, MAY J HADASSAH HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR; NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED THIS WEEK Haddassah's president, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, handed the gavel over to the newly elected president, Mrs. Abraham Goodman, at the election meeting this week. Mrs. Spaet lyinounced a successful year with aU quotas filled with a feeling of accomplishment for Hadassah. Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs. Saul Appelbaum, financial secretary and treasurer, gave comprehensive reports. The highlight of the afternoon was the entrance of Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff from the Bond Drive luncheon honoring the wife of General Bradley. Mrs. Bradley pinned her orchids on Mrs. Sapiro and gave her the rank of Four Star General for having sold the most bonds in the county, 215 bonds. The new officers of Hadassah for the coming year are: ^f-710 $. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i LlH. 33431-J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME President, Mrs. Abraham Goodman; vice-presidents, Mrs. N. Douglas Raff, Mrs. Charles Ratner, Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro; recording secretary, Mrs. George Greenspan; treasurer, Mrs. Barney Weinkle (leave of absence) Mrs. Saul Appelbaum; financial secretary, Mrs. Harry Platoff; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Joseph Lipton. Mrs. Goodman announces some of the chairmanships and the rest of the appointments will follow shortly. They are: Hadassah Medical Organization, Mrs. Harry Rubin; Youth Aliyah. Mrs. Milton Wolfe; Jewish National Fund. Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro; American Affairs, Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff; Program and Education, Mrs. Irving Lehrman, Miami Beach and Mrs. Max Shapiro, Miami; Publicity and Bulletin. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet; Hospitality. Mrs. George Chertkoff: Membership, Mrs. Charles Ratner, Miami Beach, and Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Harry Nevins, Miami; Telephone, Mrs. Walter Cohen; Youth Groups, Mrs. Moses Mescheloff; B & P Supervisor. Mrs. N. Douglas Raff; Political Education, Mrs. Max Dobrin; Trees, Mrs. Ida Goldberg: Child Welfare, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will be hostess at a lunchen to the new and old Hadassah board honoring Mrs. Abraham Goodman, on Monday, May 21st at 12:30. Mrs. Spaet's address is 5435 La Gorce Drive. ASPIRANT ANNOUNCES PLATFORM FOR RACE Harry Zukernick, one of the leading contenders .in the Miami Beach City Council race to be decided at the municipal elections on June 5, today announced his platform, to assure Miami Beach citizens of a progressive administration. Zukernick promises: 1 To keep the municipal auditorium and hospital out of pol : itics for the benefit of all Miami Beach citizens. 2 To conscientiously represent all of the interests of Miami Beach without fear or favor; and be accessible to all citizens at all times. 3 To promote economy and efficiency in the conduct of the city government; and thereby reduce taxes wherever feasible. V WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly Futntihtd on Aequesf SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish 24 HOUR SMBuiAtrccsewee 28 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 HARRY ZUKERNICK WELCOME TO THE OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner, From 7 A.M. to 12 P.M. Specializing in Seafoods and the Finest of Meats Under New Management of U. G. Cane 6th Ave. and S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-8677 SAVE BY MAIL AND GET A Liberal Dividend ON YOUR INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT • Save Safely • Save Easily • Write For Complete Details 4. To secure and safeguard a fair deal to all city employees, and provide a fair and adequate pension plan for all municipal employees, police and firemen. 5. To provide for the planning and construction of adequate sidewalks and other necessary improvements. 6. To press for the acquisition and development of the Firestone estate for conversion into a public park and bathing beach; and to acquire and develop other parks, playgrounds and bathing facilities. 7. To establish a full-time city department devoted to activities for service men and women to insure the effective presentation of Miami Beach's contribution to the war effort. 8. To continue as in the past ten years to work to make Miami Beach a better place in which to live. We protect our ships When we zip our lips! 1111 Lincoln Road >/ 2 Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN I'd. Pol. Adv. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1M N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301 Bast cars for chronic tick, cony,. '••cant and elderly peopl. SAN EL BEER. M. D*. 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Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Conservative Lending" has meant safety and security for home owners and investors. For over a decade Dade Federal has been a leading financial institution of Greater Miami. It has placed millions of dollars in first mortgages and enjoys the confidence of home owners and investors because of its sound judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt service and low interest rates. Dade Federal invites you to consult with them concerning your financial and home mortgage problems. RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000 fftETEDERAL 9mk m mcUba* i>t *o c i att

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iytewklh-IEIIiDipidliigun
^-THE JEWISH UNITY
THE JEWISH WEEKLY
^jgigUMBER20
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945
N TO SHE
IBM PACT
San Francisco (JTA)British
Foreign Minister Anthony Eden
indicated at a press conference
this week that Britain would be
ready to share the Palestine
mandate. However, he said, "so
far there are not many nations
willing to take over the man-
date."
He said that Britain is dis-
charging its obligations to the
Jews in Palestine to the best of
its ability. Asked whether under
the trusteeship system Britain
would discard its present obliga-
tion under the League of Na-
tions mandate, Eden replied that
he was not ready to answer this
question since the trusteeship
problem is still under discussion
between the British and Ameri-
can delegations here.
Meanwhile members of the
United States delegation said
that the U. S. delegates will in-
sist that tlie rights of the Jews
in Palestine under the present
mandate be sateguarded if, and
when, Palestine is placed under
a "trusteeship" system.
At the same time, they indi-
cated that League of Nations
mandates, such as Palestine, will
be the first dealt with after the
I war is over, and that the present
holders of mandates will be con-
I silted before any change in the
mandated area's status is effect-
ed.
The American delegation, it
was learned authoritatively, is
pressing for the rights of the in-
habitants in any territory placed
under trusteeship to submit peti-
tions to the trusteeship council
and is also uskiifg that provision
be made for investigation by the
new world organization of any
complaints by such inhabitants.
"was stressed, however, that
only moral force could be used
to compel the trustee to carry
out its obligations under the trus-
teeship.
PRICE TEN CENTS
Women's Division of Dade Co.
War Finance Committee Takes
Lead in Opening 7th Bond Drive
II THAW FORTY
New York (JTA)More than
for.,, n uirti-More than
e"Lmt" of Jewish, faith have
rtlhe .P'^neuished Serv-
g* Cross, the Jewish Welfare
d ?hn0Unccd- This decora-
LeVs'ne second highest honor
b DerLlrmy bestows for com-
WiK?"ance and is 8iven for
theTnSy3^' hcrolsm aainst
ktVv^r?'50 disclosed that
Air Forr fG'obt'rman, 32, Army
&S lf Dflroit- Mich- hds
fuished FTv0ra",ns' the Distin"
Uaf ci,,;t y'nfJL Cross with Oak
iSben rvt 'hl' Air Medal and
m V?ak Leaf Clusters, for
NLTT '" Europe. Ac-
foplavedMW- DFC Nation, he
ity" S7 .,cmi"endable dexter-
^mber in Vu fiunner on a B"26
I
Miami and Dade county
opened its $27,764,000 part of the
nation's 14-billion dollar mighty
Seventh War Loan drive Monday
with a parade and Bayfront Park
rally.
High-ranking military com-
manders of this area, battle vet-
erans returned from overseas and
outstanding leaders in war bond
drives here, occupied places of
honor with Mrs. Bradley on the
band shell stage. The program
was arranged by the women's
division of the Dade County
War Finance committee.
"Gen. Bradley 'wrote me re-
cently that the American soldier
is the best fighting man in the
world." And after the applause
had died down," "We're not go-
ing to let him down at home, are
we?" the General's wife added.
The task of borrowing $7,000,-
000,000 from its individual citi-
zens$649,000,000 is more than
they have loaned in any bond
drive to date.
The seventh war loan lasts
from now through June 30, the
longest of all the drives. It will
be the largest bond-selling oper-
ation in history, in terms of pub-
lic participation.
"Individuals" include business
partnerships, that is, unincorpor-
ated business. Corporations in
the seven war loan have the
same quota as individuals, $7,-
000,000,000 making the total goal
$14,000,000,000.
Treasury Secretary Morgen-
thau officially set the seven-
week drive in motion Monday.
The goal for "E" bond sales
is $4,000,000,000.
The treasury says that if the
individual quota is reached this
time, more than 90,000,000 sep-
arate bonds must be sold.
Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro, repre-
senting the local Hadassah or-
ganization, has the distinction of
being the nation's first "four-
star general" in the Blue Star
Brigadean award made for the
sale of war bonds.
Dade County women's groups,
under the direction of Mrs. T.
T. Stevens, chairman of the
women's division of the County
War Finance committee, opened
the sale of E bonds April 12,
although the national war loan
officially started May 14.
Mrs. Omar Bradley, wife of
the commanding general of the
12th Army, was detailed here by
the Treasury Department to take
part in the program at Bayfront
Park marking the opening of the
drive and to present ribbon
awards signifying various ranks
in the Blue Star Brigade. These
(Continued on Paoa >
V-E DAY SERVICES ARE
HELD IN HORASDOVICE
With the U. S. 4th Armored
Division in Czechoslovakia (JTA)
V-E day services were held in
one of the few remaining syna-
gogues in Europe, in the town of
Horasdovice, by Capt. Emanuel
Schenk of New York. Rabbi
Schenk, who holds a Bronze
Star for gallantry, found in the
rear of an obscure courtyard an
undamaged, attractive synagogue
which once served the fifty Jew-
ish families who lived here.
Of these fifty families, one
survivor remains, Jacob Levy, a
former butcher who has three
children living in Chicago. Levy
once owned a prosperous busi-
ness, but he lost it in P939. He
was not deported during the Ger-
man occupation because he was
married to a non-Jew, and, be-
cause of his age, was unmolested
when even the Jews married to
non-Jews were deported recent-
ly, although his son was sent to
a concentration camp.
Friendly Czechs volunteered to
clean up the synagogue, which
had be*?n used as a veterinary
storehouse by the Germans, and
then watched quietly as Chap-
lain Schenk rededicated the edi-
fice in the presence of a congre-
gation consisting of American
Jewish soldiers grouped around
Horasdevice's last Jew.
v mission COurse of twenty-
"*SLT- enemy-oc-
** Wns "with ?Pn' man'Pulating his
ene*yfiehu. '"? effect" a*ain*t
^hter^piane onslaughts.
I Jjfeu^eJ (QJTA)_PraisinK the
*e*'can ~Lof refuKees to the
K m ?ler of Labor for Mex-
nce *ift lY?Uue of an audi"
*e HlAS nt i1 representative of
k^'i&m^^thepres-
S*8 oice hi* connued. the
day, n* here reported to-
56.000 BULGARIAN JEWS
SUFFERING PRIVATION
Moscow (JTA)The 56,000
Jews in Bulgaria are still suffer-
ing privations, but are begin-
ning to build a new life, it was
reported by M. S. Kaminky, a
well known cantor who toured
the Balkan countries as a mem-
ber of a brigade of Soviet art-
ists. Addressing a meeting of the
presidium of the Jewish Anti-
Fascist Committee, Mr. Kaminky
said that three Jewish news-
papers are now being published
in Sofia and cultural activities
are being carried on by the
"Jewish Peoples Home."
Washington (JTA) Legisla-
tion to safeguard the interests
and welfare of industrial work-
ers in Palestine will become ef-
fective m a year, according to
the Department of Commerce.
The legislation is based sub-
stantially on the United King-
dom Factories Act of 1937, modi-
fied to meet conditions in Pales-
tine. The Department of Labor
of Palestine will administer the
legislation.
F 0 H MODERATE
POLICY TO JEWS
Moscow (JTA)While thous-
ands of Poles risked their lives
to aid Jews during the German
occupation, reactionary leaders
inside Poland, several %f whem
later became members of the
present Polish Government-in-
Exile in London, egged on the
Nazis Patriots in the USSR,
charges in an article marking
the second anniversary of the re-
volt in the Warsaw ghetto.
Weina Polska cites several
articles in "Szaniec," the under-
ground publication of the right-
wing, anti-Semitic "Endek"
Party: one which chided the
Germans for adopting a too mod-
erate policy towards the Jews at
the beginning of the occupation,
and another which said admir-
ingly that "the Germans are ex-
terminating them (the Jews)
more thoroughly than anyone
else could."
The publication charges that
the Endek underground organ-
ization, known as the "NSZ,"
joined the "Home Army" of the
exiled government inside Poland
and has since carried on its anti-
Jewish activities under the aegis
of the London Government. It
also points out that President
Edward Raczkiewicz summoned
Zygmunt Berezowski, one of the
Endek leaders, to London from
the underground, and Berezow-
ski is now a member of the pres-
ent Arciszewski government.
Asserting that these reaction-
ary forces used anti-Semitism
before the war to divide the peo-
ple and pave the way for Hitler,
Welna Polska says, in conclu-
sion, that during the occupation
they cooperated with the Gestapo
in persecuting Jews, and now
are using anti?Semitism in an at-
tempt to win Back control of
Polish life.
LISTS OF FREED JEWS
ARE TO BE AVAILABLE
New York (JTA)Lists of lib-
erated Jews in German camps or
formerly occupied territory will
be made available to relief or-
ganizations by Allied headquar-
ters in Paris, the World Jewish
Congress has been informed by
the Civil Affairs Division of the
War Department, it was dis-
closed by Kurt Grossman, head
of the organization's rescue de-
partment.
The War Department also said
that every liberated person will
receive two post cards which he
will be allowed to send to a re-
lative, friend, or any other ad-
dress chosen by him. These post-
cards will be sent through the
army postal service. As yet,
there has been no decision on
the status of stateless and Ger-
man Jews. However, a tracing
bureau to find missing persons
was organized in Brussels,
Bucharest, Geneva, London,
Paris, and Stockholm by Dr. A.
Leon Kubowitski while abroad
recently on a mission for the
congress.
JEWISH ARMY OFFICER
RECEIVES HIGH AWARD
Moscow (JTA)Colonel Gen-
eral Leon Kotlyar, a Jewish Red
Army officer who has seen 26
years of service, has been award-
ed the title Hero of the Soviet
Union by the presidium of the
Surpreme of the USSR in token
of his participation in the free-
ing of Vienna, Budapest and Bel-
grade, it was announced here.
Gen. Kotlyar was born ^Si-
beria into the family 67 a Jew-
ish tinsmith. He worked as a
railroad hand and as a lumber-
jack during his youth, but in
1919 joined the Red Army which
routed the interventionist army
under Admiral Kolchak. Gen.
Kotlyar has been in the engineer-
ing corps all during his army ca-
reer and saw service on many
fronts in the present war. He
was a major general at the out-
set of the war.
STILL ENCOUNTFR
S
ARABS ASK STOPPAGE
OF JEWISH MIGRATION
Cairo (JTA)The transfer of
the Palestine mandate to an
Arab state and an immediate
stoppage of Jewish immigration
is demanded in a petition of the
recently formed League of Arab
Nations which has just been de-
livered to President Truman and
Prime Minister Churchill by the
Egyptian ministers in Washing-
ton and London, Abdul Rahman
Azzam Bey, secretary of the lea-
gue, said. ,
A congress of the league will
be called by the premier of
Egypt shortly after the conclu-
sion of the San Francisco con-
ference, it was disclosed by Az-
zem Bey, who is Minister for
Arab Affairs in the Egyptian
Government. He also revealed
that the question of land pur-
chases in Palestine will proba-
ably be discussed by the league's
financial and economic commit-
tee which will meet soon.
With U. S. Forces in Southern
Germany (JTA) Ghost-like,
gaunt Jewish survivors of Da-
chau are stilling being encoun-
tered along all the roads of
southern Germany. They are part
of transports en route from Da-
chau who were abandoned by the
German guards when the ad-
vancing American forces came
near.
A typical pair are Moses Gold
and Abraham Koenigsberg,
Czechoslovak Jews, both of whom
have uncles living in New York
City. A Jewish Telegraphic
Agency correspondent met them
on a snow-filled Alpine road
along which American military
military vehiciles were passing.
Both had been confined in wards
for typhus victims when the
Gestapo decided to evacuate Da-
chau. They were loaded onto a
train of flatcars which had pro-
ceeded as far as the small vil-
lage of Mittlewald when the S.
S. men abandoned them.
When the correspondent asked
them where they were going,
they replied: "We do not know."
Asked where they planned to
live, they said: "Where can a
Jew live? Once we had wives and
children, but they were killed
at Oswiccim. For years they tor-
tured, starved and whipped us,
but it seems that few of us are
still alive. What can we want
now?" Similar replies came from
other refugees from Dachau who
are wandering around aimlessly.
A captain in the medical corps
told this correspondent that he
had just treated one survivor
who had a two-inch square piece
of flesh goughed out of his back
by the Gestapo. Many of these
half-dead refugees who can not
go any farther are being sent to
hospitals by army doctors.
ALGERIAN RIQTS
ON V-E DAY WERE
Cairo (JTA)Dr. David Prato.
former Chief Rabbi of Rome,
from where he was expelled fol-
lowing the introduction of Mus-
solini's anti-Jewish laws, has
been recalled to the Italian cap-
ital, it is learned here.
Think, act, be American!
PANAMA TO SANCTION
EQUALITY OF ALIENS
San Francisco (JTA)Robert
Jimenez, Foreign Mister of Pan-
ama, told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the new Panama
constitution, which will be drawn
up at a convention opening June
15, will guarantee the legal
equality of aliens, but will re-
serve the right to impose restric-
tions on immigration and prac-
tice of professions.
He expressed the belief that
the new constitution will ease
the situation of the immigrants
now In Panama. Liberalization
of the present constitution, Mr.
Jimenez said, is assured as a re-
sult of the fact that the govern-
ment party won four-fifths of the
convention seats in the election
held last Saturday.
Paris (JTA)The V-E day
riots in Alegria probably were
not of an anti-Jewish character.
Dr. Jose Aboulker, young Jew-
ish leader who led the Algerian
resistance movement, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Dr. Aboulker, who represents
the Algerian resistance groups
in the Consultative Assembly,
said, however, that an anti-Jew-
ish tradition still survives in the
insufficiently purged adminis-
trative circles of Algeria, which
attempt, at times, to direct the
discontent of the Moslem masses
into anti-Jewish channels.
The Moslems, none of whom
purchased confiscated Jewish
property during the Vichy re-
gime, are aware, however, that
Jews increasingly support their
claims for fuller political rights.
Dr. Aboulker pointed out, while
the French in Algeria know that
three-fourths of the group which
paved the way for the Allied
landings in North Africa were
Jews.
Jerusalem (JTA)Arab circles
here denied the announcement
by the Institute of Arab Ameri-
can Affairs in New York that
Hussein Khalidi, one-time mayor
of Jerusalem and leader of the
Palestine Arab Reform Party,
would head an Arab propaganda
bureau in Washington. They in-
formed the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that Khalidi was not
planning to leave Palestine.

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PERSONALS
Captain and Mrs. S. H. Evans
and son are visiting Mrs. Evans'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Peretzman, 926 15th St., Miami
Beach. Captain Evans is on leave
from his army station in Louis-
ville, Ky.
Rabbi and Mrs. Saul Appel-
baum are now residing at 1560
West Ave., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz is a
patient at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.
Mrs. Tillie Greeneberg, of Chi-
cago, 111., arrived in town this
week to visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Newman, 2010 S. W. ]th
St., and attend the wedding of
their daughter, Elyse, an event of
June 3.
BIRTHS
Capt. and Mrs. Alfred L. Plant
announce the birth of a daughter,
Karen Maury. Capt. Plant, now
on duty in China, is a son of Mrs.
Morris Plant of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Zeientz
will return to the city this week-
end after spending several weeks
in New York.
Capt. and Mrs. Leonard Fisher
announce the birth of a daughter,
Lynne Davey. Mrs. Fisher is a
daughter of Mrs. Rose Louis.
Mrs. Rosalyn Hellman is en-
tertaining at a luncheon Friday
in Shangri-La restaurant for
Miss Elyse Newman, bride-elect
of Seymour Gladstone. BM 1/c.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Westin,
745 Washington Ave., Miami
Beach, have left for Gainesville,
Ga. to see their son, Alan, grad-
uate from Riverside Military
Academy. Alan plans to join the
YMHA day camp staff.
Max Rohan, AOM 1/c, ai:d
Mrs. Rohan announce the birth
of a second child, Sharla, born
April 30. The former Lillian
Perman of New Haven, Conn.,
Mrs. Rohan is now making her
home in Miami. Her husband has
boon on duty in the Pacific since
March.
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STREET FLOOR
Brism for the sons of Sgt. and
Mrs. Robert D. Feldman, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Neufeld, and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Faber, were held
during the past week, with Rabbi
S. M. Machtei officiating.
BAR MITZVAH
S. Gerald Miller, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving B. Miller, of 520 S.
W. 22nd Rd., will become bar
mitzvah at services in Temple
Israel on Friday. May 25, at 8:15
p. m. A reception will follow.
UNVEILING
A monument to the memory of
the late Etta Nankin, wife of H.
Nankin, of Ft. Lauderdale, will
be unveiled Sunday at 3 p. m.
in the Jewish section of Wood-
lawn park. Friends are asked to
be present.
Betrothal of Miss Dorothy Bud-
ncr and Murray Budner is an-
nounced today by her father, Hy-
man Budner, 142 N. W. 10th Ave.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Budner, 1552
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
No date has been set for the wed-
ding.
A graduate of Miami Senior
High school and Walsh School of
Business Science, Miss Budner
has been active in the Red Cross
and YWHA. Mr. Budner, a grad-
uate of Abraham Lincoln High
school, Brooklyn, N. Y., was re-
cently given an honorable dis-
charge from the Army after two
years of service.
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gurss,
561 N. E. 68th St., have left for
their summer home at Avon
Lake, Ohio. Enroute they are
stopping for a visit with their
granddaughter, Barbara Lewis,
who is attending Rollins College
at Winter Park, Fla.
LINEN SHOWER TO BE
HELD BY AUXILIARY
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Jewish Homo for the Aged will
sponsor a linen shower to be
held at the home on Sunday.
May 20. at 7 p. m. The group
asks that all members and friends
be present and bring surplus
linens urgently needed for the
home, to be in operation June
15.
Irena Borgen. concert soprano,
and Cantor Emanuel Barkan will
entertain. Mrs. Max Greenberg
heads the committee in charge
of arrangements, assisted by
Mrs. Gus Trau, Mrs. Morris Bear,
Mrs. Marion Gould, Mrs. Rebec-
ca Levin, and Mrs. Harry Dan-
ziger.
Announcement is being made
this week of the engagement of
two former University of Miami
students. They are Miss Rita
Shirley Mohl, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Mohl, of Phila-
delphia, Pa., and Harold Stone,
of Columbus, Ohio.
Miss Mohl is a graduate of
Temple University high school in
Philadelphia, and while at the U.
of M. pledged Alpha Epsilon Phi
sorority.
Mr. Stone has recently been
honorably discharged from three
years of service with the U. S.
Navy Hospital Corps.
VAAD HAKASHRUTH
GIVES KENHOLZ OK
Zip the lip on military matters!
SHEVUOTH
commemorates the
pronouncement of
the Decalogue
The Fifth Commandment Orders:
"HONOR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER ..."
Make It A Matter of Pride For Your Children to
Honor Your Memory
SELECT YOUR FAMILY PLOT IN
BEAUTIFUL MOUNT NEBO
MOUNT NEBO
THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION
FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES
Rabbi S. M Machtei, Director
Olympic Building Phone 3-3720
The Greater Miami Vaad
Hakashruth announces that at
their last meeting the applica-
tion of Saul Kenholz. owner and
operator of the Kenholz Kosher
Meat Market at 415 Espanola
Way, Miami Beach, was dis-
cussed and a favorable report
brought in by the admission com-
mittee. The market is now under
the supervision and endorsement
of the Vaad, Rabbi J. E. Rackov-
sky, director, said.
The Vaad also stated that ne-
gotiations are under way with
additional butchers who may be
qualified for the sale of Kosher
products.
At a ladies' meeting held at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center
recently, the problem of Kash-
ruth was discussed. Present were
representatives of local syna-
gogues belonging to the Vaad. in-
cluding Mrs. Osheroff, Mrs.
Schwurtzman, Mrs. Sootin. Mrs.
Dickson. Mrs. Oka, Mrs. Levine,
Mrs. Ochs, Mrs. Block and Mrs.
Sakowitz. A suggestion was
adopted that a campaign be in-
stituted to acquaint the Jewish
community with the ideals, im-
portance, and requirements of
Kashrus, as well as the chaos
existing at the present time.
ANNUAL MEETING OF
SERVICE BUREAU
The annual meeting of the
Jewish Social Service Bureau
will be held on May 24 at Beth
David auditorium at 8 p. m.
All interested in the family
sen-ice and Jewish service of
the community are requested
to be present.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Selevan
of Miami Beach, will leave May
22 for Cincinnati to attend the
wedding of their son, Ira Selevan,
to Adele Weiland, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weiland of
that city.
The groom-to-be served as a
lieutenant in the Air Force and
received his honorable discharge.
He is now attending medical
school in Cincinnati.
The wedding will take place
June 3 and others present at the
ceremony will be Dr. and Mrs.
Sol Seleven, brother and sister-
in law of the groom-to-be, and
Sylvia Selevan, a sister.
Following the ceremony, Mr.
and Mrs. Selevan will leave for
New York, where they will spend
the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Schulman,
739 11th St., Miami Beach, have
announced the forthcoming mar-
riage of their daughter, Beatrice,
to Sgt. Harold Finn, setting the
date of the ceremony on June 3.
The wedding will take place in
New York.
Sgt. Finn, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max Finn, New Bedford, Mass.,
is now stationed at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
Mrs. Hyman Schulman and
Beatrice have already left for
New York in preparation for the
wedding. Another daughter,
Edith, and Mrs. Schulman will
join them later this month.
J945
TURKS TO HOLD Oppm
HOUSE FORNEW'SON
Friends are asked to *;.. .,
Mr. and Mrs. Haroldffi?
open house Sunday aft2!M
from 2:30 to 4:30 in their ^n
4312 Royal Palm Avefc
Beach The reception "wufT
tendered in honor of their L,
born son, Jonathan. new"
B'NAI B'RinTwOMEN
TO HAVE PROGRAM
Miss Edythe Polansky. Drn.
gram chairman, has planned a
most enjoyable evening for ,u
young women of Emma Lazaru
group of B nai B'nth, schedule
t fw the business 58
Tuesday, May 22. The mee nf
starts at the YM & YWHA i
Lincoln Road, at 8 o'clock p/m
HARRIET G. KOTOSKY
BRIDE OF S. OPTNER
Navy Yeoman Harriet G. Koto-
sky, daughter of Mrs. Mollie
Kotosky and the late Jacob
Kotosky of this city, became the
bride of Philip Semoure Optner,
SKlc, USNR, at ceremonies in
the home of the groom's mother,
Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S. W. 24th
Ter., May 6. Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan officiated, and a recep-
tion followed in the garden.
Best man was Lt. Leonard M.
Fisher, USAAF. Claire Kotosky,
sister of the bride, was maid of
honor, and William D. Singer
gave the bride away.
The former Miss Kotosky at-
tended Ohio State University and
American University in Wash-
ington, D. C.
Optner attended the Universi-
ty of Miami and is a member of
Phi Epsilon Pi. He is stationed
at Navy Supply Pier 3 in Miami.
Out of town guests at wedding
included: Mrs. Mark Simpson,
New York City, sister of the
groom: Mrs. A. W. Robins. Co-
lumbus, Ohio; Mrs. M. Miller,
Columbus, Ohio; AM2/c Jack
Miller and Mrs. Miller, Vero
Beach.
The couple are making their
home in Miami, at 110 N. W. 9th
Ave.
Keep your ears open
Also vour eyes
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
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has openly voiced anti-Semitic
sentiments in his writings, had
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Enemy ears
Are ever near
If we don't talk
They can't hear.
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AND I havent.slept/a.wink:
WAKEFUL NIGHTS -how the ttoj gg
Minute, seem like hour* we worry }* *"3
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PAGE THREE
Miami Beach Council Candidates
HAROLD B. SPAET
. u r Suact. candidate for
jAlunaToi Miami Beach,
he,s luting a campaign techni-
15 "uhich. he says, will wear out
Q*,h shoe leather and take him
,""&#lor in the city. Candi-
?. Soact feels this personal
nlcfw'h each of the voters
SSfSve tbem the opportunity
! LKonally meet and see him,
Sffifhey'will know for whom
^'candidate' was honored at
, reeept.on Sunday afternoon
;.-! bv Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gould
5 the? home, 4804 Alton Rd.,
Miami Beach. A large company
o friends and neighbors were
Isent to meet with Spaet This
Sos the first in a series of re-
ceptions on behalf of his candi-
dacy to be given by prominent
Miami Beach residents.
Soaet emphasizes that while
other candidates are identified
with and represent various spe-
cial interests and groups, he
DlcdRes himself to represent only
the welfare of the entire city.
H. L. (PAT) PERDUE
H. L. (Pat) Perdue, candidate
to the council of Miami Beach
has been waging an active cam-
paign for the seat for sometime
now. He was one of the earliest
aspirants to announce and has
been on the job ever since meet-
ing the people and pledging his
every effort if elected to work
for the progress and betterment
of Miami Beach. He resigned a
position as a Miami Beach police
officer to enter the race. He held
this position for the past four
years.
DR. MAURICE KLEIN
Entering the political field for
the first time, Dr. Maurice Klein,
candidate for Miami Beach city
council, sketched a program of
postwar plans, a retirement fund
for city employes and aid for re-
turning servicemen.
"As city councilman I will en-
deavor to put into effect the
policies so long asked for by
business, home and general
property owners," he declared.
"I will strive to represent all
citizens. I am bound to no special
interests."
After his release from his en-
listment in the Army after World
War I. he was engaged in the
drug business in New York City.
He came to Miami Beach in 1933
and has been actively engaged in
civic affairs as well as in the
pharmacy field.
SAM GOLD
t Sam Gold, organizer of the
.'Secret Ten'' and later the Build-
ing spirit of the Miami Beach
Tenants league, is a candidate
for Miami Beach city council
scat in the approaching elec-
tions.
The "Secret Ten," a group of
Persons interested in retaining
UFA ceiling prices on beach
houses and apartments, later
Rrew into the league which at
>ast count numbered 3.000 Der-
sons,
At a recent meeting of the
league, Gold was drafted by as-
sembled members to seek a coun-
cilmanic post.
A comparatively newcomer to
Miami Beach, Gold moved here
three years ago on the advice
of a physician in the interests of
his wife's health.
Born in Baltimore, Md., the
46-year-old candidate has long
been affiliated with civic work
and development.
HERBERT A. FRINK
Herbert A. Frink, awarded the
highest number of votes in Mi-
ami Beach's history four years
ago, is seeking re-election to the
city council on June 5.
Encumbent for the past six
years, he supported or initiated
constructive programs of in-
creased municipal services, a
large part of which will be cul-
minated in the postwar period.
Twice elected vice mayor or
vice president of the council, he
also served with distinction as
acting mayor from Sept. 23, 1943
to Jan. 4, 1944. When he volufr-
tarily retired as acting mayor,
his council associate in formal
resolution of commendation said
of him: ". Herbert A. Frink
served tirelessly, unselfishly and
capably as acting mayor .
sought ways to fulfill the duties
of mayor accomplished much
for. the city of Miami Beach .
worked for the city with dis-
tinction and honor generated
good-will for Miami Beach among
visitors and citizens and co-
operated whole-heartedly with
all worthwhile projects brought
to his attention."
LOUIS F. CR'ED") SNEDIGAR
Louis F. ("Red") Snedigar,
who served four times as mayor
of Miami Beach, is a candidate
for city council in the June mu-
nicipal election.
"I am offering my services as
an independent candidate to fill
the vacancy that will be created
by refusal of Val C. Cleary to
run for re-election," said Snedi-
gar. "Many citizens and voters
feel that my training as an at-
torney and realtor, my knowl-
edge of Beach problems gained
by my long residence here, and
my practical experience in the
municipal government, gained
by my four years as mayor,
thoroughly qualify me to be an
asset to the council."
BETH JACOB TO GET
ARK CURTAIN GIFT
At Beth Jacob during the holi-
day services on Saturday, a
formal presentation will be made
to the synagogue of an Ark Cur-
tain by Mrs. Fanny Abrams and
of two Torah covers by Mrs.
Jack Hirsch and Mrs. Hyman
Gottesman. The donors will pre-
sent a special kiddush after the
services in the Community build-
ing. ?
A big mouth can sink a lot of
ships! Zip the lip!
DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF
COUNCILMAN
Born in Pittsburgh. Pa. 1910. educated as an osteo-
Phatic physician and surgeon practices on Miami Beach
'or six years.
Every man and woman on Miami Beach regardless
> creed should have a vital interest in their candidate as
't effects them personally.
I have allowed my name to be presented so that the
People oi Miami Beach may have the opportunity of elect-
fa a man without one single commitment to any person
or group.
PRESIDENT OF THE DADE COUNTY SOCIETY
OF OSTEOPATHIC MEDICAL PHYSICIANS
AND SURGEONS FOR TWO YEARS
President of the 41st Street Business Men's Associa-
un lor two years.
President of the Miami Beach Optimists Club for two
years.
Chairman of the Miami Beach Youth Recreation
Council.
Skipper of the Miami Beach Sea Scout Ship No. 9.
Organized the Air Wardens in the 26th precinct
Member of the Miami Beach Round Table.
Served in the United States Coast Guard ML for one
Year.
Holds a Master's Certificate issued by the United
owes Coast Guard.
your VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED
Pd. Pol. Adv.
BE
HELD HERE FRIDAY
Confirmation services for the
class of 19-15 will be held at
Temple Israel on Friday evening
May 18, at 7:30 p. m. A recep-
tion for the confirmands will
follow in Kaplan Hall. The class
includes:
Frank Edward Adel, Carol S.
Aronovitz, Robert Letaw Bes-
kind, Dolores Patricia Bobinsky,
Cecile Barbara Boyell, Stanley
David Bulbin, Dolores M. Cop-
Ion. Sybil Estelle Cowen, Doro-
thy Lita Golden, Rosalind Good-
is, Carolyn I. Guthmann, Stuart
Kammer Jacobs, Greta J. Josel-
off, Natalie Waxman LeVine,
Lois Fay Nevins, Shirley Rosen-
feld, Romesa R. Rosenthal, Har-
vey Myron Ross, Mimsye A.
Seiden, Alan Jack Serrins, Al-
bert L. Weintraub and Charlotte
Wilkes.
At the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, confirmation exercises
will be held on Friday morning,
May 18, during the regular
Shevuoth service. Parents of the
girls will tender them a recep-
tion in the patio following the
services.
The class includes Marcia Lee
Faber, Phyllis Lee Glasser, Gloria
Gladys Golin, Selma Rita Kauf-
man, Aviva Doris Shedroff, My-
riam S. Siegel, Evelyn Ruth
Spitz and Janet Devorah Spitzer.
On Sunday afternoon, the
Center Sisterhood will fete the
girls at a luncheon in the Roney
Plaza hotel at 1 p. m.
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
appropriate services for its class
on Friday evening at 8 p. m. in
the North Beach Elementary
School auditorium, 41st St. at
Chase Ave., Miami Beach.
The class includes Carol Adler,
Joy Berick, Paul Glosser, Stewar*
Kohn, Pauline Marks, Florence
Settlow, Carol Solomon and
Mickey Tobin.
BETH JACOB CLOSES
SCHOOL EXERCISES
Closing exercises of Beth
Jacob Sunday School were held
Sunday, May 13. Children from
each class participated in a pro-
gram which reviewed the year's
activities in song, presentations
and projects.
With an exceptionally fine
faculty, all public school teach-
ers, the Sunday School year was
the most enjoyable and worth-
while in the history of the school,
all previous records of attend-
ance and achievement having
been broken, Rabbi Moses Mes-
cheloff head of the institution
stated.
Honoring roll students are:
Barbara Seitlin, Ruth Godlin,
Lila Dorenfest, Elinor Matlin,
Paul Godlin, Marcia Loskove and
Edward Weiner.
Receiving honorable mention
were: Helen Suss, Renah Mes-
cheloff, Carol Honig and Rosa-
lind Weiner.
KENNEL CLUB BREAKS
ATTENDANCE RECORDS
Records fell and shattered as
Biscayne Kennel club inagurated
Miami'st first summer dog rac-
ing campaign.
It was a banner evening to
start a 40-night run for the ken-
nel club. The paid admissions
soared to a new high of 6,878
with an additional free-gratis 1,-
000 servicemen and women in
the mob.
The all-time record attendance
for the plant made it difficult
to reach the beUing windows
and the mutuel figures of $157,-
142 also surpassed the opening
night previous high.
RABBI APPELBAUM
ON WKAT SUNDAY
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum will be
guest speaker over station
WKAT Sunday at 12:30 p. m.
over the Miami Rabbinical As-
sociation program.
A thoughtless remark
Can set the spark
Let's keep the enemy
In the dark!
The enemy's ears
Are opened wide
So military secrets
We must hide I
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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 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1945
SIVAN 6, 5705
VOLUME 18 NUMBER 20
JEWISH HEROISM
According to the records of the Jewish Welfare Board, more
than 8,200 American Jewish soldiers have received decorations
for heroism. This does not include citations within the last
couple of months.
This list offers a clue as to the significant contribution
American Jewry has made to the war. Our list of citations, it is
true, does not compare with that of Russian Jewry, where the
number of Jews cited for heroism numbers around the fifty
thousand mark, but it must be remembered that America has
not been in the war as long as Russia.
The Palestine press estimates that at least 1,500,000 Jews
served in the military forces of the United Nations against Ger-
many. Palestine itself, though one of the wee infants of the
United Nations, made a significant contribution to the winning
of the war in the desert fighting, which was capped at El
Alamein. The exploits of the Jewish soldiers under Brigadier
Kisch in that fighting will always be recalled when the decisive
moments of the great war against Nazism are reviewed. If
Jewish Palestine had done no more than furnish Kisch to the
Allied cause, it was well worth its price.
If Germany lies prostrate today, if Hitler found no other re-
course but to finally turn a Nazi gun on himself, Jews must be
accorded their just due in bringing this great boon and deliver-
ance to civilization.
WOMEN'S DIVISION
LEADS BOND DRIVE
(CONTINUED FROM PAO.E 1)
ribbons were given to about 200
women, each of whom sold no
less than 10 E bonds to 10 dif-
ferent purchasers.
At a luncheon earlier in the
day attended by divisional chair-
men of the various women s
groups and their honored guest,
Mrs. Bradley, special distinction
was accorded Mrs. Sapiro. first
woman to achieve the highest
award. In making the presenta-
tion, Mrs. Bradley surrendered
her orchids to Mrs. Sapiro as a
compliment from the wife of a
four-star general to a supporting
four-star general in the sale of
war bonds.
A resident of 2675 Flamingo
Dr., Miami Beach. Mrs. Sapiro
A RECORD!
Carl Hess, president of Temple Emanu-El, Birmingham, re-
cently reviewed his activities with the Temple. He stated that
95% of the Jewish families in Birmingham are affiliated with
some Temple or Synagogue. That is a record to be proud of
and one that all communities would do well to emulate.
SH'VUOTH
By Harry Kovner
Sh-vuoth! What a momentuous day!
Creation beheld its greatest play.
When God commanded us His way,
And from eternity's limitless space
Revealed Himself to the human race.
To a bewildered world, rife
With idolatry, crime, sin and strife
He gave a guide for a good life.
He gave commandments and laws
Perfect, without human flaws.
So that life might be full and tranquil
He admonished order and good will
Between all peoples, and a square deal.
Like creation itselfa symphony
Of cooperation and harmony.
God also taught that he is ever near
To those who are law-abiding, sincere
And who are good and truly adhere
To the paths of truth, noble and clean
And are free from hate, crime and sin.
Sh'vuoth gave mankind a true civilization
The Toran is the means of ethical emanicipation.
(Copyright 1944)
ASST. NATL. DIRECTOR DUTCH JEWS MAY GET
HILLEL FOUNDATIONS BACK STOLEN MONEY
Dr. Judah Goldin, noted educa-
tor and scholar, who has been
appointed assistant national di-
FRIDAY, MAY is,
MRS. SAMUEL T. SAPIRO
has a particular and personal in-
terest in promoting the sale of
war bonds: Two sons in service.
One, Lt. Arnold P. Rosen, USNR,
now is stationed in Norfolk, Va.
Her other son, Martin L. Rosen,
is a senior V-12 student at Geor-
gia Tech.
A section of the Lincoln the-
ater has been set aside for Ver-
sailles hotel guests June 13 in
connection with the Bond Drive.
William Malamut, managing
director of the Versailles, said
all guests at the hotel would be
asked to buy a minimum 5100
bond which would entitle them
to admission to the theater.
Malamut said he was aiming
for 100 per cent attendance that
evening and that he hoped to
raise at least $100,000 for the
drive.

rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundations will serve 50,000
Jewish students on 120 college
campuses throughout the United
States and Canada.
London (JTA)Dutch Jews
may recover much of the cash
and valuables stolen from them
during the German occupation,
it was indicated in a broadcast
on the Dutch radio which re-
vealed that three directors of
the Lippman-Rosenthal bank,
with which the Jews had been
compelled to deposit their money
and valuables, had been cap-
tured by forces of the interior,
and that about 300,000,000 guild-
ers had been found in safe de-
posit vaults.
WOMETCO TO BUILD
AT MIAMI SHORES
Postwar construction of a 1,-
000-seat theater in Miami Shores
at N. E. 96th St. and Second Ave.,
is announced by Sidney Meyer,
co-owner and general manager of
the Wometco Metropolitan Miami
chain of motion picture theaters
The Wometco theater at Miami
Shores will be known as the
Shores. Plans for a structure of
unusual type to harmonize with
the general Miami Shores en-
vironment are being drafted.
LEAR SCHOOL AT M. B.
TO HAVE EXERCISES
The Lear School commence-
ment exercises for the school year
1944-45 will be held on Thurs-
day May 24, 4:30 p. m. at 1010
West Ave.. Miami Beach.
The theme of the graduation
\sr ',,,' plcdRe of American,
Youth in song and story, reaf-
firming the faith of the young '
men and women of America in
a world united for peace and
democracy. It was written by the
members of the graduating class,
and is being directed by Mrs.
Elizabeth Fishbein, a member of
the faculty.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, guest
speaker, will give the invoca-
tion.
The College Preparatory Grad-
uates are: The Misses Muriel
, AerV, Fe,rn Audrey Aronson.
Edith Brachman, Shirley Cohen
Ruth Madelon Kohl, Miami
Beach; Jean Esta Meyersbn,
Jacksonville; Sydell Rita Eisler
Dorothy Alice Kenton, Rosalind
Perlish, Marilyn Sobin, Helene
Schumann, Stanley Tatelman.
New York, NY.; Margie Alan-
off Ventnor N. J.; Jane Atkins.
Paterson, N. J.: Ardis Lee
Franzblau, Detroit, Mich.; Bar-
baLa rnkel> Philadelphia, Pa
High School Preparatory Grad-
uates are: The Misses Leslie
Pomerantz Ann Brown, Helene
Shupack, Sheila Pulaski, Joyce
Rosenzwe.g Elaine Feinberg,
W, Yft N- Y-i steven Sch-
York, Goldean Jacobs, Chicago.
thPZ22&* 1S lnvited t0 attend
the exercises.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYW
fMdiy QcHtfidentloi
-By PH3NEAS J. BIRON-
tioDn0nZipdtheUliPTilitary infma-
NOW IT CAN BE TOLD ...
Notwithstanding any reports you may read in the
papers, Jewish or otherwise, this is the truth about the06"8"
erous and various Jewish delegations attending the San ?""'
cisco Conference: These delegations are being treated txtouu
but they're not getting anywhere, and many of the spokes'^'
regret having come to the Golden Gate ... Dr. Stephen S W^
packed his grips after a few days and returned to New York
The title of "consultant," bestowed so liberally on hundreds I
non-Jewish organizations and individuals and given onl
luctantly to two Jewish bodies, is a synonym, in diplomati"
language, for "duly acknowledged nuisance" Dr Wrt,
mann scored the greatest diplomatic triumph of his career h
staying away from San Francisco ... He stayed away nJ
withstanding tremendous pressure from some of his Zionist
friends, who urged him to attend even though uninvited
LISTEN HERE ...
Chaplain Daniel A. Poling, after a firsthand study of Euro-
pean conditions, believes that Europe's uprooted Jews will have
great difficulty in getting back their confiscated property
The Nazis took this confiscated Jewish property and sold it to
non-Jewish nationals, who now refuse to return it Professor
Johann Fryginyer Auer, just back from a flying visit to Holland,
reports that 10,000 Dutch families hid Jews in their attics or cel-
lars for five years, and thus prevented the deportation of more
than 10,000 Dutch Jews to Nazi extermination camps Rube
Goldberg's cartoon in the Los Angeles Daily News of April 23
deserves to be immortalized ... It depicts the German people
dragged into eternity a gigantic Black Book of German atroci-
ties chained to its back ... By a strange coincidence Pierre
Laval, Vichy's most virulent Jew-baiter, is confined in a fortress
near Barcelona called Montjuich ... In the Catalan language
"Montjuich" means "Jewish mountain."
THINGS TO WATCH ...
From Waltham, Mass., scene of recent anti-Semitic in-
cidents, a correspondent writes: "At a pre-Easter showing of
the movie 'The Great Dictator" the Nazi persecution of the Jews
was cheered by anti-Semitic youths in a Walter Winchell
wants to know what happened to the investigation of Joseph
P. Kamp, head of the "Constitutional Educational League" ..
Kamp is carrying on his anti-democratic, anti-Jewish prop
aganda unhampered And what about Agnes Waters, who
still is using envelopes bearing a Congressional frank to send
out her Fascist poison? Can nothing be done to stop this
sister-in-arms of the Nazi SS? James A. Colescott, chief of
the Ku Klux Klan, is showing signs of great activity ... He is
reported to have sent out an order to the Klansmen, telling
them to come out from under cover.
PALESTINE NEWS .
The New Zionist Organization of America is sponsoring a
mass petition to the Government of the United States for the
proclamation of "Palestine in its historic boundaries'' as a
Jewish state Lloyd's Bank must have confidence in the de-
velopment of the Jewish homeland ... It just granted to the
Jewish Agency and Keren Hayesod a loan of 53,500,000, re-
payable in 10 years The building industry in Palestine will
provide employment for more than 30,000 workers during the
next four years, building homes for new immigrants ... The
May issue of The Protestant features an article by Pierre van
Paassen under the title "Rommel's Men at San Francisco"
In it Van Paassen mercilessly dissects the so-called Arab-Jewish
problem.
READER'S GUIDE .
"Fascist SpainAmerica's Enemy" is a little booklet by
David McKelvy White Don't miss reading itit'll solve
many mysteries for you You can order it through the Vet-
erans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, New York ... The
freeing of Leon Blum reminds us that Suzanne Blum (no
relation), who was a distinguished lawyer in France and who
has been in America for some years now, edited a collection
of his writings and speeches not long ago (published in Canada
in French), inscribing it: "This volume, unknown to him, &
dedicated to the author" Now the author will have a chance
to see himself in print again.
WE'RE TELLING YOU ..
We recommend the formation of a special credentials com-
mission for Europe This commission should check the
credentials of former inmates of Nazi concentration camps--
for numerous Nazi gangsters are trying to save themselves with
phony credentials identifying them as Jewish victims of Nazism
- L'Chayal, official organ of the Jewish Brigade in Italy, warns
that the recent conversion of former chief rabbi Zolli presages
a new trend in Italian Jewry L'Chayal predicts the con-
version of thousands of surviving Italian Jews to Catholicism
out of fear of new persecutions.
ABOUT PEOPLE ... (hfl
Warner Brothers are interested in making a movie oi w
story of General Maurice Rose's death in Germany ***!
&. Oamzey. managing editor of the Jewish News, may be co
missioned to write the script ... It is also planned to keep w
memory of this Jewish hero alive by dedicating a &*
Ter0.8pi,al to him Back in Europe on a BpeciaV^
is the WMC's Anna Rosenberg David Weisgal's Bar W
vah on May 26th will be the best-publicized event of thoj
thanks to his father, Meyer W. Weisgal, who remain* **
ica s most dynamic promoter.


Jewisli Fktridtori
PAGE FIVE
r^JoSSNEEDS AID
IJ^aS POSITION FIELD
v^dinS^ country and abroad
forceSnnt nie, the American Red
may ^"""su ng an urgent call
2*AiSJr applicants for
\k ^Frances Hutcheson. and
^'nr t nf the Southeastern
Paul West of the A
I ttato M from May 19
|St!hM to interview apph-
' "SL urgent need is for worn-
M, ~rve as staff assistants,
en '"f" hospital recreation
*5?' both domestic and
workec'- hospital staff aides,
MS and hospital social
2*m'domestic and overseas
rffition. there is a limited
?J fnr men to serve as assist-
rffi1Erectors at military in-
SlSns abroad and to tbil
MiSns interested in applying
Jthese positions are asked to
,01 Mrs John C. Schroeter, per-
Si Sive preliminary interviews
To all applicants prior to the
Visit of the Red Cross officials
from Atlanta.________
ZIONiSTSHEAR
PHILIP SALMON
i Philip Salmon was guest
sneaker at the regular weekly
meeting of the Zionist Luncheon
Club Wednesday, May 16, at the
Strand Restaurant.
I CENTER SISTERHOOD
| TO MEET MONDAY
. A regular meeting of the Sister-
hood of the Miami Beach Jewish
I Community Center will be held
I on Monday. May 21. at 8:30 p. m.
I Election of officers will take
I place.
DUTCH WARN AGAINST
I NAZIS' ANTI-SEMITISM
Brussels (JTA>A warning to
Icountries adjoining Germany to
Itarare of German attempts to
litread anti-Semitism as one of
[the means of preparing for a
third world war, is published. in
I the Dutch newspaper Hetvrijo
IVolk.
Under the heading "The Sixth
I Column," the paper points out
Ithat although Germany has been
I defeated for the second time,
I the German aspirations for world
I domination are not dead, and
Ithat, for the time being, German
I militarism will wage a battle
without arms, waiting until the
vigilance of the democratic na-
tions is relaxed.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
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EVERYWHERE
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INFORMATION SOUGHT
Anyone knowing the where-
abouts of Mri. Gustar Rnpa-
port is naked to contact Mrs.
Ray Yunos. who reside* here
at Park Lane Apt. Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach, phone 5-0414.
Jhere is a letter for Mrs.
Rapaport from her mother,
who is in Russia, written some-
time in 1944 and forwarded
from Boston to Miami.
TRAINING COURSE IN
SERIES OF LECTURES
The Leadership Training
course, sponsored by the Miami
and Miami Beach Ys, has com-
pleted the first two of a series
of lectures, both well attended.
Maurice Grossman, director of
the Miami Y, led the first group
with a discussion of "The Club
Leader." Jack P. Marash, direc-
tor of the Beach Y had as his
subject this week, "The Club."
Abraham P. Gannes, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, will discuss "The Jew on
the American Scene and the Ob-
jectives of Jewish Group Work."
at the next sessions, scheduled
for Monday evening at the Miami
Y and Tuesday evening at the
Beach Y.
"I AM AN AMERICAN
DAY" TO BE OBSERVED
Miami's annual celebration of
"I Am An American Day" will
be at 7:30 p. m. Saturday in
Bayfront park.
Honoring newly naturalized
citizens and natives who have
recently reached their majority,
the program will include talks
by Spessard L. Holland, former
governor of Florida; Brig. Gen.
James H. Walker, commanding
officer of the Army ground and
service forces, Miami Beach, and
Federal Judge John W. Holland.
The audience will be wel-
comed by Mayor Perrine Palmer
following an invocation by Rab-
bi Saul B. Appelbaum of Temple
Israel. The Rev. Florence Sulli-
van of Gesu Catholic church
will give the benediction, and
(Dr. Russell A. Williams will
serve as master of ceremonies.
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RE-ELECT
D. LEE
POWELL
COUNCILMAN
June 5, 1945
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
For 22
years a successful Miami Beach
businessman with a keen understanding of
4e needs and problems of Miami Beach.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
ANTI-JEWISH LAWS IN
MILAN ARE ANNULLED
Milan (JTA)The anti-Jewish
laws introduced here by the
Mussolini regime in 1938 were
annulled in a decree issued by
the mayor of this city.
The order said that all anti-
Semitic measures would be con-
sidered null and void pending
general regulations by the gov-
ernment "to restore normal rela-
tions between citizens by imple-
menting social equality."
The Milan radio reports that
the Jewish community council
in Turin, which was dissolved in
1938, has been re-established. It
gave no further details.
jewjTmust boycott
germany, brodestky
London (JTA)Jews must
boycott Germany, as Spain was
boycotted after the Inquisition,
Prof. Selig Brodestky, president
of the Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews, said today, addressing
a special meeting of the board
marking the victory in Europe.
Prof. Brodestky reviewed the
great contribution made by the
Jews to the Allied war effort,
and declared that British Jewry
must assume the guardianship
over the stateless and helpless
Jews remaining in Germany.
Harry Gordon is pictured above selling the first block of
tickets to Jerome Weinkle for the donor dinner sponsored by the
Miami Zionist District on June 4th. Both are serving as co-chairmen
of the affair, to be given at Lilley's on Biscayne Blvd. Proceeds will
go toward the work of the national organization.
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don't be free with military in-
formation!
!
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THOUSANDS OF JEWS
HIKING INTO AUSTRIA
Linz, Austria (JTA)Thous-
ands of refugees from central
Europe, ninety percent of them
Jews, are hitch-hiking, walking
and crawling into this city, which
is an evacuation point for Allied
prisoners rescued from Austrian
prisoner-of-war camps.
It is estimated by American
military authorities that over
40,000 refugees are already here
and more come hourly. Most of
them are Hungarian Jews. They
escaped, or, more recently, sim-
ply walked out of the factories
where they were sent for slave
labor by the Germans and sys-
tematically starved to death.
Among them, a Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency correspondent
found a Czechoslovak Jew, 33, a
graduate economist from the Un-
iversity of Prague, by the name
of Kunsian. The SS seized him
last December and put him to
work on the Todt fortifications
on the eastern front. Kunsian,
who is tall and big, weighs 60
Jiounds. He speaks perfect Eng-
ish.
He was lined up before the
shower baths, when the corre-
spondent spoke to him, and
weaved back and forth as he
talked. "You are here," he kept
repeating. "The Americans are
here."' A doctor told him to take
it easy, and to get out of the sun.
"I must wash, I must wash, he
muttered. "1 haven't washed in
so long, I must wash." He reach-
ed for the water-pipe to steady
1 himself, but his fingers never
touched it. He collapsed and died
I as the correspondent watched.
ASK RUSSIAN SUPPORT
JEWISH ASPIRATIONS
Jersualem (JTA)An appeal
1 to the Russian trade unions to
support Zionist aspirations for a
Jewish Commonwealth in Pal-
estine was cabled by the Histad-
ruth as part of a victory message
to the workers of the Soviet
Unions. The message read, in
part, as follows:
"On the occasion of victory,
the workers of Palestine, who
with sons and blood participated
in the war, who are engaged in
building a life for their people
on the foundations of equality,
labor and justice, fervently hope
that they will find among Soviet
workers, a true understanding
assistance in accomplishing the
primary task of creating Pales-
tine as a Jewish Commonwealth
to serve refugee survivors of the
Nazi and Fascist slaughterers."
Buy More War Bonds.
RE-ELECT
John H.
LEVI
Your City
Councilman
15 Years President of the
Council
Over 26 Years Your
Councilman
Your Vote and Support
Appreciated
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LAWN PARTY, BOND
RALLY TO BE SUNDAY
A lawn party and bond rally
for the benefit of the Seventh
War Loan Drive will be held
Sunday, May 20 at 2:30 p.m.,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Slater, 1535 Monroe St., Holly
wood, under the combined spon-
sorship of the B'nai B'nth. he
B'nai B'nth Junior League, the
Jewish Community Centex and
the J.C.C. Ladies' Auxiliary,
With Michael M. Hauser as
chairman.
Chaplain M. J. Bouterse and
Ensign W. W. Perry of the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel Training
Schools will be the featured
speakers, together with b. fa.
Solland, C. T. Smith, James F.
Mack and Nelson Elsasser of the
South Broward War Finance
Committee. Refreshments will
be served following the rally.
R. A. Raymond is to furnish the
public address system. There is
no charge, and the public is in-
vited.
Mrs. Maurice Luzenberg,
chairman of the women's divi-
sion of the War Finance Com-
mittee was the guest speaker,
and discussed the Blue Star
Brigade which features so prom-
inently in the sale of E-bonds.
At the conclusion of her talk,
all the members present enrolled
in the brigade.
The Ladies' Auxiliary will be
in charge of the Post Office Bond
Booth mornings during the week
of June 18. 'the Junior League
will be at the booth every Wed-
nesday and Thursday evening
during the drive.
Also present at the meeting
were Mrs. Sylvia Fincke, presi-
dent of the Auxiliary; Mrs. Ger-
trude Fensterheim, 1st vice
president; Mrs. Jennie Kravetz,
2nd vice president; Miss Anna
U. Daniels, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Selma Harris. Mrs.
Anna Opper. Mrs. Marion Si-
mons, Mrs. Pearl Zuckerman,
Mr. Hauser. War Bond chairman
tor the J.C.C; J. Gold, repre-
senting B'nai B'nth; Miss Jewel
Simons, War Bond chairman for
the Junior League.
NOT OPPOSED TO
JEWISH STATE
New York (JTA)Rabbi Itche
Meir Levin, a member of the
central committee of the World
Agudas Israel organization, who
has just arrived here from Pal-
estine, told a press conference
that the Agudas Israel is not op-
posed to the creation of a Jew-
ish Commonwealth in Palestine,
and believes that Palestine is the
only possible refuge for the Jews
of Europe.
Rabbi Levin said that his chief
purpose in coming to the United
States was to strengthen efforts
to raise funds for the support of
Jewish religious activities in
Palestine. While here, hows'ier,
he hopes to.assist in the forma-
tion of a United Jewish front on
postwar Jewish problems. ?
FACT OF THE WEEK
More than forty men of Jewish
faith have earned the Distin-
guished Service Cross. This decor-
ation is the second highest honor
the U. S. Army bestowes for com-
bat performance and is given for
extraordinary heroism against
the enemy.
The facts concerning these men
and the records of their valor are
in the files of the Bureau of War
Records.
BELGIAN EDUCATOR
AMONG LIBERATED
Brussels (JTA)Among the
prisoners of war recently liber-
ated in Germany was Belgian
Major General Ernest Wiener, di-
rector of studies of the Belgian
Military Academy and chairman
of the Central Belgian Jewish
Consistoire, it was learned here.
Gen. Wiener was taken prisoner
by the Germans on May 28, 1940.
CHILD WELFARE AIDS
TO BE SENT OVERSEAS
New York (JTA)A group of
professional child care workers
will be sent overseas to operate
as a National Council of Jewish
Women unit in the overseas pro-
gram of the Joint Distribution
Committee, it was announced by
Mrs. Joseph M. Welt of Detroit,
president of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women. Recruit-
ment of workers has already
started.
RAINBOW DIVISION
ISSUES JEWISH BOOK
With the 442nd Inf. Div. of
the Seventh Army in Germany
(JTA)The first Jewish book
published in Germany since Hit-
ler began his persecution of the
Jewish people has been published
by the 42nd Infantry (Rainbow)
Division as a souvenir of Pass-
over services held by the Divi-
sion's Jewish chaplain in the
Nazi community of Dahn.
The booklet, which is pocket
size and consists of 12 pages,
contains a preface by Major
General Harry J. Collins, divi-
sion commander, all the Yid-
POLISH
ALL
London (JTAVnu .
ninety-eighV^nd^eto1^
cent of the Jews whT* ^l
Poland under (he r. H fa I
cupation were extermfln!an *-l
Emil Sommerstein^h 'ndated; 1
central Jewish eSfiggB
land, has appealed for 'w "H
action" to curb anti-SeiS0**!
Poland, and urgedfflSl
tion to Palestine of taj*
who des,re to go thereTfaS
dirt thr arfiLs ,
Government, DrTsiSSl
said, according to thTSS
radio, that although 8 S
ment has put into effect 12"I
ures guaranteeing full L^
and legal equality fo/^g
energetic action is required^
stop anti-Semitism." He nomw
out that the.position oAffi
in Poland is very difficult |
sertmg that their physical
d,t'n >? not very satisfactory
and their psychological state ill
even worse. 'I
Recalling that i januaiT
Premier Osubka-Morawski 31
C,arw tliau i-wish em'gratioq(
would not be hindered, Dr Sota-I
merstein said that "the time hal
come to resolve this problem' I
the democracies must take acJ
count of the Jewish people's!
rightful claims to build a Je.|
ish national home in Palestine."!
He appealed to the new Polishl
government to use its influence!
to support the "just claims" oil
the Jews.
dish Passover prayers, a prayer|
for home and the words io|
"America." It is being distribut-l
ed each of the 500 men of Jew-I
ish faith in the Rainbow Divi-I
sion.
In his preface General Collim!
pointed out to his Jewish soldienl
that like their ancestors, theyl
are now engaged in a battle for!
freedom against a modern Pba-|
roah.
Talk can defeat-
Silence assure victory!
Freedom of speech does not|
mean careless talk!
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
IDC TO ACCELERATE
EUROPEAN RELIEF
New York (JTA) Rabbi
Jonah B. Wise, national chair-
man of the Joint Distribution
Committee 1945 campaign, an-
nounced that the JDC will Im-
mediately accelerate its relief
and rehabilitation program, now
operating in sixteen countries in
Europe, to meet the urgent needs
resulting from the liberation of
all Europe.
Rabbi Wise indicated that the
release of thousands of Jews
from concentration camps "cre-
ates a sharp crisis in relief
needs." He declared that the JDC
has appropriated nearly $12,000.-
000 during the first five months
of 1945 for relief and rehabilita-
tion overseas. The coming months
will bring unprecedented re-
quests from displaced Jews who
have returned to their homes, he
said, and from communities now
accessible to JDC relief ship-
ments. These requests will ne-
cessitate the acceleration of
monthly appropriations.
BE A GOOD CITIZEN
VOTE FOR 5 ON JUNE 5
ELECT
LOUIS F. (RED)
SNEDIGAR
AND FOUR OTHER GOOD MEN
Independent! No Promises! No Poli-
tical Alliances With Any Group
or Individual!
Seeking Council Vacancy To Be Created By Decision Of
Val C. Cleary Not To Run For Re-election.
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED^ ^
HITLER'S BIG MISTAKE
ACTION AGAINST JEWS
New York (JTA)Hitler's big-
gest mistakes were his cam-
paign against the Jews and his
policy of imperialism, Dr. Paul
Schmidt, head of press relations
in the German Foreign Office,
said in an interview with a cor-
respondent of the New York
Herald-Tribune. Schmidt, who
was captured at Salzburg, as-
serted that there was little anti-
Semitism in Germany until Hit-
ler imported it from Austria
VOTE FOR
Wm. (BILL)
BURBRIDGE
FOR
CITY COUNCIL
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SERVICE
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PAMDE!
ufflLIAM MAYER. JR.
j-SSedjh action
William Mayer, Jr.,
First Lt
\v S. Marine
in
Air Corps, has
action while
on
K ;f'the Pacific, his parents
fe?Sweek. Mayer grad-
BMi Mi"'"1 Senior High
""' in 1939 and attended the
flSr o* Florida before
lmV'erfhe Marines in July,
ffi Hehad been overseas since
K*"w 1944. His parents,
Kd Mrs. William.Mayer. St.,
preside in Philadelphia.
In pAULXlouis HAS
B BEEN LIBERATED
liberation of 1st Lt. Paul A.
^uS Miami from a Germany
2EL camo was reported Mon-
Pfc. Irving W. Ehrens. Miami,
has been liberated by the Rus-
sians from Camp 4-B, where he
was held prisoner of war several
months, the War department has
notified his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ehrens. 2425
S. W. 15th St.. had their last di-
rect word from their son two
months before he was freed. At
that time, he said he was feeling
fair, and asked them to send food
and clothing.
Member of an infantry unit,
Ehrens was serving with Gen.
Patton's Third Army when he
was listed as missing Dec. 16.
POSTHUMOUS AWARD
TO LIEUT. R. ZUSSMAN
prison
mother. Mrs.
Etit9*rnwm

she had a
Mrs. Lou's said .
cablegram from her son, read-
g-^Am well and fit, hope to
S you won. Will keep you fully
'"loSs' a former Miami High
I football center who was grad-
uated in 1940 and attended Vir-
lia Military Institute in 1941
land 1942, where he also played
1 football, was captured Nov. 5
I when the B-26 medium bomber
I he piloted was shot down over
Garda, Italy, in a fighf with
[Nazi Messerschmidts. He was
[freed from a camp in Germany.
HAROLD RAND NOW
[MAJOR IN ARMY CORPS
"A letter from the Philippines
I brings the information that a
[Miami physician of several years
landing has been promoted to
I rank of major in the Army
fHedical Corps.
Major Harold Rand is Chief of
| General Medicine for the 126th
General Hospital at Leyte, first
General Hospital to enter the
Philippines. Major Rand has been
overseas since September, prior
to which time he was stationed
| in Texas for a two-year period.
He is a graduate of Marietta
I College and Western Reserve Un-
iversity Medical School, both in
Ohio, during which time he
earned his R.O.T.C. rating of cap-
tain. Major Rand is a member of
| Phi Delta Epsilon. Phi Beta Kap-
I pa, and the American College of
I Allergists. His parents, Mr. and
i Mrs. I. Rand, are Miami residents,
while Mrs. Harold Rand is now
residing with her family in Engle-
wood. N. J.
T/5 Paul F. Enfold. 21, Signal
Corps photographer who received
a bayonet wound in the foot April
6 on Okinawa, is back with his
unit after being hospitalized, he
has written his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Enfield, 1701 Michi-
gan Ave., Miami Beach.
Former student at Miami Beach
High school, he entered service
in March, 1944, and went over-
seas last January, going first to
Leyte then to Okinawa.
His brother, T/4 Kurt F. En-
field, 24, also is a photographer
on Okinawa. Both boys formerly
worked in their father's camera
shop in Miami Beach.
Prt. Joel Z. Cohen, son of
Mitchell A. Cohen, 1027 Michi-
gan Ave., Miami Beach, was
wounded in action it was learn-
ed here this week.
Samuel Moms Rosner, S 1/c,
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Ros-
ner, 2835 Prairie Ave., and oper-
ators of the Victor Hotel is a
trainee awaiting reclassification.
The nation's highest award for
valor, the Congressional Medal
of Honor, has been posthumously
awarded to 2nd Lt. Raymond
Zussman, a brother of Mrs. Fay
Wolfson of this city. A native of
Detroit, Zussman was platoon
leader with a Seventh Army tank
outfit.
The exploit which won him the
award occurred during the battle
for the Rhone Valley village of
Noroy le Bourg in France last
September. When his tank bogged
down during an attack, the young
lieutenant proceeded on foot, and
by personally directing the fire
of the tank behind him, account-
ed for 17 enemy soldiers, two
anti-tank guns, a flak gun. two
machine guns, and two trucks. He
then spied a booby-trapped road
block.sent the tank crashing
through ahead, and followed
with a half dozen infantrymen.
Armed with a tommy gun he
sprayed a new strong point, cap-
tured a pile of enemy equipment,
and rounded up, in all, nearly
90 prisoners with complete dis-
regard for his own safety. To
crown his exploits, he went alone
into a field, tossed a grenade, and
came back with a truck and its
driver.
Only a few days after the in-
cident, and before he could re-
ceive a medal for his bravery, the
26-year-old lieutenant was killed
in another action in France.
Marvin Krassner, hospital ap-
prentice 1/c, son of Mrs. Frances
Krassner, 1575 Drexel Ave., Mi-
ami Beach is on duty in the dis-
pensary.
2nd Lt. Joseph Hirsch, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirsch, 1009
Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, has
won his silver wings and received
his commission at Big Spring,
Texas.
Second Lt. Albert M. Lehrman.
former Dade county attorney, re-
ported recently for duty at the
San Antonio ASF depot after re-
ceiving his commission in the
quartermaster corps at Camp
Lee, Va.
Graduate of the University of
Miami in law, he has served 30
months in" the armed forces. Lt.
and Mrs. Lehrman are living at
the Robert E. Lee hotel, San An-
tonio. Their Miami address is
1818 Michigan Ave., Miami
Beach.
Staff Sgt Aaron Spector, Mi-
ami, twice decorated for heroism
in action, is home on furlough
from an Army hospital at Temple,
Tex., where he is recuperating
from battle wounds.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Spector, 1575 N. W. Second St.,
he was awarded the Silver Star
and Bronze Star medals for out-
standing bravery at the battle
of St. Lo, where he fought a
desperate rear-guard action per-
mitting the evacuation of his
trapped infantry unit, and in rec-
ognition of the exemplary fash-
ion he took charge of his platoon
following the death of the platoon
leader and led his men in a series
of successful attacks on Nazi po-
sitions. He will return to Texas
May 31.
T/5 Paul F. Enfield, son of
Mrs. Alice B. Enfield, 1701 Mich-
igan Ave., Miami Beach, was one
of seven Miamians listed as
wounded on Navy and War De-
partment casualty releases for
May 12 and 13.
Buy More War Bonds.
inteCnad^infkle- Chairman of the Snack Bar Committee at On* "^J^^SrilSni
Aim* H? of operation the Snack Bar has serviced its 10.000th serviceman, n rf
thaMH Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare BoarVPri forces stationed here
pLJH. contribution to servicing the needs of the members of the armed forces siauon a
luifUhng an extremely important requisite of the servicemen
Beach1' rcact,ons f the men who have been served to date matJ^^^S^S e Jbfig
5^mr^ to servic-^
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cere-
OSWEGO REFUGEES HOLD CRAFTS EXHIBIT TO
DEMONSTRATE SPECIAL GIFTS AND TALENTS
More than two hundred of the 982
refugee! being temporarily sheltered
by the government at the Emergency
Refugee Shelter at Oswego participate
in Arts and Crafts Exhibit dedicated
to the authorities and private agencies
as an expression of gratitude for the
rare and constant interest they have
shown to us and lo a favorable devel-
opment of spiritual and material ac-
tivities at Fort Ontario." The exhibit,
the refugees hope, "will also demon-
strate the talents and achievements of
our residents who will be happy to be
permittee] to contribute through their
special gifts and talents to the benefit
of the greater community." Lower
photo) Mrs. Rubin La vine of Syra-
cuse and Mrs. Robert Heilbrunn of
Rochester, the two representatives of
the National Council of Jewish Women
on the executive committee of the Co-
ordinating Committee for Fort On-
tario, are shown observing the needle
work exhibited by some of the woman
refugees. (Top photo) Joseph Smart,
Director of the Emergency Refugee
Shelter, stands alongside of a head of
himself done in wood by Mrs. Marian
Sommerberg, sculptor formerly of
Hamburg, who is in this country with
her three children, all of whom were
among the exhibitors at the show.
Mrs. Sommerburg, who was a student
of Professor Luksch, is represented at
the Tel Aviv Museum with a series of
twenty-four wood cuts entitled "The
Other Way." The National Council of
Jewish Women is one of a group of
private welfare agencies supporting
the supplementary program for tho
refugees at the Emergency Shelter.^.
OVERSEAS SERVICE AID
INCREASED SHARPLY
Paralleling the American mili-
tary situation, overseas services
of the National Jewish Welfare
Board (JWB) increased shaTply
during 1944, Frank L. Weil,
president, announced in a state-
ment accompanying the annual
report of the board.
The National Jewish Welfare
Board is one of the six member
agencies of USO. In addition to
its USO operations in the West-
ern Hemisphere, JWB conducts
a full program of religious and
hospitality activities for the half-
million Jewish members of the
Armed Forces here and abroad; is
the endorsing body for Army
and Navy chaplains; is an ac-
credited agency of the Veterans
Administration; and is the Na-
tional Association of Jewish
Centers, YMHA's and YWHA s,
with 290 member agencies in
the United States and Canada.
The 1944 expenditures of $1,-
263,000 presented in the report
does not include USO activities,
Mr Weil points out, but repre-
sents services directly financed
by JWB. Income during 1944 was
$1,172,039, leaving an operating
deficit of $83,291.
The number of Jewish chap-
lains in service increased during
the year from 217 to 267, the re-
port shows. Of this number 124
were serving overseas on De-
cember 31, 1944. In addition to
carrying out their specific mili-
tary duties, each chaplain serves
as JWB's representative in dis-
tributing religious and comfort
articles to the men serving with
him. the report indicates.
A total of 2.102,000 bibles,
prayer books, Jewish calendars
and other religious material was
printed by JWB in 1944 for dis-
tribution to the Armed Forces.
The 1944 report is not ]ust a
record of JWB service, but a
tribute to the entire Jewish
community of America, Mr. Weil
stated. "In carying out this pro-
gram we serve as the agent of
the American Jewish communi-
ty which has authorized us to
carry on this work in its be-
half, and which takes an active
part in thai work," he said.
"In addition to the 267 Jewish
chaplains, and the 315 PWB staff
workers serving the Armed
Forces, we have organized 626
JWB Army and Navy Commit-
tees, in every part of the coun-
try, each of which takes respons-
ibility for providing local hos-
pitality services to supplement
the program provided by the
national organization. In addi-
tion, 58 such communities have
been organized in England, Aus-
tralia, Palestine, India, Hawaii
and other overseas areas.
A section of the report is de-
voted to the Women's Division,
organized in 1942 to enlist max-
imum participation of Jewish
women throughout the country
on behalf of the war effort. Out-
standing projects of the women's
division are:
Serve-a-Camp, through which
committees are organized in
large cities to provide comfort
articles to men in isolated camps;
Serve-a-Chaplain, which gives
the same service to chaplains
overseas; and Serve-a-Hospital.
The number of communities or-
ganized for these activities grew
from 34 to 73 during the year.
As of December, 1944, there were
in operation 43 Serve-a-Camp
committees; 29 Serve-a-Chaplain
committees; and 18 Serve-a-Hos-
pital committees.
T/Sgt Alton Rohiniky. radio
gunner, just back from England
after completion of his 35 mis-
sions, recently spent a furlough
here with his wife and parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rohinsky,
3134 S. W. 21st St. He is the hold-
er of the air medal with five
clusters and two Bronze Stars.
Mrs. Rohinsky returned with
him to Fort Myers, where he
is stationed.
Cpl. Lou Rotfort is spending a
furlough here with his family and
friends before returning to his
post at Austin, Texas.
A brother, Lt Sol Rotfort is
expected here this week.
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COMMITTEES NAMED
FOR ZIONIST AFFAIR
Harry Gordon and Jerome
Wcinkle, co-chairmen of the
donor dinner sponsored by the
Miami Zionist District to be held
on June 4 at Lilley"s restaurant,
this week announced commit-
tees in charge of the affair.
Jennie Gordon and Sophie
Schwartz are in charge of seat-
ing. Myron Newman is arrang-
ing the entertainment, and
Louis Heiman is handling the
publicity. Supervising tickets
and reservations are Jennie Gor-
don, Zena Weinkle, Marcclla
Heiman, Dora August, Sophie
Schwartz and Ann Jacobs.
CAN YOU HELP?
The Jewish Social Service
Bureau is interested in plac-
ing a well-behaved fire-yi ar-
old girl with a Jewish family
having one or two children of
its own. The mother of the
little girl has deserted her,
and she is really in need of a
good home. The father is will-
ing to pay a minimum amount
for her care. Any family will-
ing and able to give the child
a home is asked to call the
Jewish Social Service Bureau
office, ph. 3-5377.
HOPE TANNENBAUM
PLEDGED TO SORORITY
Miss Hope Tanenbaum, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tan-
lenbaum, 2103 S. W. liftiSt..has
been pledged to Sigma Delta Pi,
national honorary Spanish lrat-
ernity. An honor student at the
1 University of Miami, Hope re-
! eently was given a loving cup
by her sorority. Alpha Epsilon
i Phi as the group's "best pledge.
She is attending the university
on a scholarship awarded her
by the Miami Chapter. National
Council of Jewish Women.
FRIDAY, MAY l8i!
PIONEER WOMEN NO. 1
TO HOLD CELEBRATION
Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion, Club No. 1, will hold a
meeting and Shovuoth celebra-
tion at the home of Mrs. Henry
Seitlin, 347 S. W. 6th St., on
Monday, May 21, at 8 p. m.
Guest speaker for the evening
will be A. P. Gannes, director
of the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Mrs. M. Shubow will
give a reading and Mrs. Sonja
Gerbert will recite original com-
positions. Refreshments will be
served.
Provide for your futurity with
military securitydon't talk!
BROWARD WOMEN
COLLECTED CLOTHING
During the United Nations
Clothing Drive, B'nai B'rith Wo-
men of Broward County collected
1,152 pounds of clothing, which
they helped to sort and pack in
their clubroom, it was announced
this week.
In addition, the organization
has raised $517 toward War Serv-
ice work, and to date. Mrs K.
Weinstein, chairman of the 7th
War Loan drive of the group, has
sold $15,000 worth of series E
Bonds, giving her a rating of
Brigadier General.
In line with their policy of aid
to servicemen, the auxiliary
sponsors a social each Sunday
evening for the men, with junior
members of the group acting as
hostesses.
ACCOUNTANTS HAVE
NEW PRESIDENT
Robert M. Morgan is the new
president of Southeastern chap-
ter of the Florida Institute of
Accountants.
A chapter statement issued
Wednesday said Morgan's staff
would include Charles S. Rob-
erts, vice president, and David
Stuzin. secretary-treasurer.
Directors are Louis Gillman,
Edward G. Benjamin, Hugh F.
Purvis, W. W. Arner, Clarence
C. Morris and H. E. Penney.
Annual convention of the Flor-
ida Institute of Accountants will
be held at the Roney Plaza hotel.
Miami Beach, early next month,
officials stated.
ELECT
HARRY
ZUKERNICK
TO
I City Council
ATTORNEY AND CIVIC LEADER
10 Years Serving Community Interests oi
Miami Beach
Pd- Pol. Adr.
Plav safedon't talk.
Well, of course, Mother will have to wait until after
Victory for delivery of their home Air Conditioning
system, but you really can't blame Dad for being
so enthusiastic!
Dad has been talking things over with Belcher's Air
Conditioning consultants and he's learned quite
a few interesting facts. Now he understands how
properly planned Air Conditioning banishes
airborne dust and dirt, the source of most
household drudgery ... and how Air Conditioning
combats spores and pollens which may aggravate
hay fever and other respiratory ailments.
He's learned, too, that a good Air Conditioning
system, designed to fit the home for maximum
efficiency and lowest possible operating cost, is not
a luxury but a necessity in postwar living.
Dad's sold on the* idea of coming home after a hot,
humid day to a cool, comfortable house with clean^
Sole Distributors in South Florida of
evenly distributed, draughtless air with
temperature and humidity precisely controlled .
day in and day out, summer and winter.
Wise old Dad! He, his architect and consulting
engineer talked it over with rtelcher's Air
Conditioning engineers as to the Air Conditioning
system best suited to the family's needs. Then Dad
made a deposit so he'd have first call on a Carrier
Air Conditioning system as soon as possible after
V-E Day.
Take a tip from Dad! Come in and discuss your
postwar Air Conditioning requirements there's
no obligation!
BELCHER
INDUSTRIES
PI
A lh< i no'i of
Belcher Oil Company
ESTABLISHED 1915
MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
', 4:30. P. m. over WIOD.
MYERS RE-ELECTED
HEAD SOCIAL BODIES
Stanley C. Myers was un-
animously reelected as president
of the Council of Social Agencies
at a meeting held Monday after-
noon. Other officers chosen
were: first vice president. Jos-
eph N. Barth; second vice presi-
dent, Mrs. Russell T. Pancoast;
treasurer, Fred G. Gamer; secre-
tary, Mrs. Mary W. Matthews;
and three members-at-large,
Chester M. Wright, James Mc-
Connell and Mrs. Elizabeth Whit-
man. 0
SGT. BILL JORDAN
HERE ON FURLOUGH
Sgt. Bill Jordan was here on a
furlough and appeared nightly
at his Bar of Music where ne
teamed up with Irving Laibson.
He is expected to be honorably
discharged from the army after
three years of service.
s. o. s. u ,
There must be sone kind
person who don't want to see
a happy family broken up.
Will rent a one or two Deo-
room house or apartment H*
my wife, child and mysel'.
Permanent resident, reier-
ences. Am employed at a lead-
ing local store. Quiet, sober
people. No disturbances, cooo
housekeepers. Moderate rental.
Please help us.
MR. RENNAT
c/o Jewish Floridia. Box 29"'
Miami
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN, '
General U"fS
SOIL. SOD AND FILL
Try Us For Estimate
All Work Satisfactory
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PAGE NINE
r'NAI B'RITH NOTES
JJ T. nAVID R. ISEN
By DAVID R. ISEN
r0~~~rZeidman. represent-
\*Kx and Jerry Freehling,
8 AZ'.A;B AD.L. are going to
PJresentm? A-^ Sunday to
Eando this com |,orida state
*,WI?tformulate plans and
^fL< for the delegates
-lJUCt,/oinS to Atlanta to at-
Iho are goins f th executive
W%Jm the work and all
J^ffi that must be tackled
f nit envy Milton and Jerry
ti0XhTZp. However, we
*"*th.t wi* such representa-
Tthe remits of the meeting
* be worthwhile.
L murse, the most important
L t thaThas occurred since our
rent lhas been the birth of
|K ^nd heir to President
fe Hrold Turk We are
""!" that both Stella and
K are"doing very well In-
Intally, the baby was born
da B'nai B'rith membership
tin to hand-wonder how
tat happened?____
I Sam Miller and wife received
ISSderful V-E Day present. A
LSfnm from their son to the
Krt that he had been released
mm a German prison camp and
ected to be home soon.
I Milton Friedman had an inter-
line story to tell about new
lanber private Herb Brown now
lationed at Okinawa. It seems
fat Milton Friedman has been
Lung frequent letters to Herb s
rather stationed at the Brook-
Navy Yard. The letters, tell-
J of the work of B'nai B'rith,
humiliated the latter's interest
iat he forwarded a membership
lank to his brother in the Pa-
Ifc The result was a new mem-
r direct from the front lines of
kinawa! A hearty welcome to
w brother Herb Brown of the
th Division!
[Talking about members. How
about a few more from Miami
and Miami Beach. Have you
brought in a new member lately?
Alex Miller was back in town
for a few days to pack up all his
belongings for the removal.of his
household to Atlanta. We are
sorry to see you go, Alex; we
hope you really enjoy your new
position.
Congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Cromer on the oc-
casion of their recent marriage.
Mazel tov!
Dorothy Borenstein, Vera Sny-
der, and Mrs. Norman D. Jacobs
and dozens of others have again
helped to do a fine piece of work.
Operating from two stores, one
in Miami and one in Miami Beach
over 20,000 pounds of clothing
was collected for the United Na-
tional Clothing Drive. The wom-
en of all of the following organ-
izations pitched in and did an
outstanding job. The Cardiac
Home for Children, the Temple
Israel and Beth David Sister-
hoods the National Council of
Jewish Women, the B'nai B'rith
Young Women, the Local Chapter
of National Denver Association
and the Women's Division of
American Jewish Congress. And,
finally thanks to Gary Glatt for
the generous use of his store for
the collection of this important
drive.
M. B. SERVICE LEAGUE
TO CONTINUE DANCES
In order to take care of the in-
creasing number of servicemen
who attend the Saturday night
dances each week, the Miami
Beach Service League has made
arrangements to use the basket-
ball courtlocated just opposite
the recently opened Snack Bar
and will now be able to accomo-
date 2,000 persons.
Another of the services which
the League is rendering mem-
bers of the armed forces is the
holding of wedding receptions for
the men and their brides whose
families live out of town. In addi-
tion, the group is respnsible for
the placing of servicemen in va-
rious hotels on the Beach for over
Saturday nights at a very nom-
inal cost.
Religious services are conduct-
ed every Friday night by Chap-
lain Sol Kraft, following which
the League serves sandwiches,
cake and drinks.
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
LIGHTHOUSE HOLDING
DRIVE FOR MEMBERS
B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem
Lodge will mark the conclusion
of their season of work with a
social tea and game party te. be
held Tuesday, May 29, at 1 p. m.,
at the Blackstone Gardens. Re-
freshments will be served and
music provided by Muzak. Mem-
bers are their friends will be ad-
mitted without charge. Reserva-
tions may be hald by calling Mrs.
Richardson, 5-6981, or Mrs. Alex
Cohen, 4-0011.
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
I Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
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Pappy's Restaurant
AIR CONDITIONED
Open 11=30 A. M. to 2 A- M.
|Serving breakfast, luncheon and dinner
Specializing in steaks and chops
ICOLLINS AT 20th ST.. MIAMI BEACH
Closed Tuesdays
Hiiniiiiwmi
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MIAMI 36. FLORIDA
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Miami Lighthouse of the Flor-
ida Association of Workers for
the Blind have launched a mem-
bership campaign with a goal for
Dade county of 25,000 members.
Dr. Everett Smith, D. D., is
chairman of the drive. The as-
sociation is a non-profit corpora-
tion and a community chest
agency which maintains a work-
shop in its headquarters at 601
S. W. Eighth Ave. The headquar-
ters also contains a Braille li-
brary and recreation and display
rooms.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
MEANS A
STRAIN ON YOUR
REFRIGERATOR
THESE FEW COLD FACTS
WILL HELP YOU KEEP
IT IN CONDITION
4fc Never use sharp instruments to loosen
ici from trip or treenee, eeit
A Remove dust from condensing coils oi
top. underneath or on back ot cabinet
at Mast twice a re*
0 Motoi should be oiled it least twice a
year it tt is not staM in mechamsm
A Place ia location wtiere there is tree
circulate at ah aromd cabinet.
A Defrost it hast wet a weak Thick ici
w oi freeziat mU caw** retriferater ti
run lontei
lint
IF SOMETHING GOES
SERIOUSLY WRONG-
YOUR ELECTRIC REPAIR DEALER
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temn
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Home*, Hotels
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave.. Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor
A Trustworthy Real Estate Service
806 Linooln Rd. Ph.: 5-580S
Jpsnspm *S* yov flH
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovslry
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
INCOME TAX
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
ATTRACTIVE RATES
WRITE OR PHONE
N. A. SERVICES
P. O. Box 1922. Miami 11, Florida
Phone (-2903
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
MILTON KLEIN
Painting Contractor
No Job Too Large or Too Small
PAINTINQ PAPER HANGING
WATERPROOFING
PHONE 4-1920
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofing-Painting by
Best Mechanics
CALL 3-5091
I. C SMITH
376 N. W. 22nd St.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
Life Insurance Eatatee
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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Recognized by Medical Science as
the most advanced, accurate meth-
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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 can't quit now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
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For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434

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LOOSE TALK IS I MIAMI ARMY AIR FIELD
ENDANGERING LIVES TO RECEIVE VISITORS
The huge passenger terminal
at Miami Army Air Field, fun-
nel-neck through which the
ever-increasing flood ofreturn-
ing overseas veterans is pouring
day and night, will be open to
Mr. and Mrs. Miami during the
open-house program Sunday af-
ternoon, May 27. marking the
fourth anniversary of the Air
Transport Command.
Loose talk by relatives and
friends of escaped prisoners of
war is endangering the lives of
partisans who risk everytning
to spirit American fighters out
of enemy territory, Maj. T. J.
Hieatt, AAF intelligence officer
at Miami Beach, told members
of the Committee on Security
of War Information and assem-
bled newspaper and radio people
here this week. He cited in-
stances of such classified in-
formation filtering back to the
enemy, resulting in execution or
Imprisonment in concentration
camps of many allied sympath-
izers.
.Newspaper editors and radio
commentators, especially in
smaller towns, were cautioned
against over-enthusiasm in pub-
lishing or broadcasting stories
concerning local men who have
escaped from war prisons or
evaded capture in enemy terri-
tory, or former internees liber-
ated by Allied forces.
Everyone must be on guard
against discussing experiences
01 returnees, Hieatt said.
A warning also was sounded
at the meeting against discussion
of ship and troop train move-
ments and other military opera-
tions. Speakers pointed out that
V-E Day may cause a let-down
in precautions agauist loose talk.
The public was urged to double
its vigilance.
Army, Navy, Marine and Coast
Guard officers said their serv-
ices have taken vigorous steps
with their own officers and en-
listed personnel to insure the se-
curity of war information, since
Army and Navy personnel are
continously returning from for-
eign combat zones.
On the board, concrete ramp
outside. ATC's giant airlines
spill a steady stream of returnees
onto home soil again after fly-
ing the Atlantic. From combat
theaters in Germany. Italy
from African and Middle East
basesfrom India, the jungles
of Burma and outposts in the
virtually tractless interior of
China, the veterans come after
months and in many cases years
of service.
An examination by the U. S.
Health service is first on the
list inside the terminal. Then
a brief talk from security of-
ficials about what NOT to talk
about, a check of baggage by
customs officers, and on through
a virtual assembly line system
which gels their affairs in shape
and soon has them aboard a
train for the last lap home.
The first order of the day
and nightevery day and night
at the ATC base is "work"and
business as usual will be carried
on during the openhouse pro-
gram.
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Keep on buying War Bonds.
Temple Emanu-El, Fort Laud-
erdale, will hold combined Sab-
bath and Shabuoth services on
Friday evening. May 18, at 8
p. m. Rabbi Samuel H. Baron
will speak on the Subject "Recon-
secration."
MUSIC BOX OPERATORS!
24 HOUR SERVICE ON MUSIC BOX MOTORS
EXPERT APPLIANCE REPAIRS
DOTHAN ELECTRIC CO.
1172 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 2-1150
COME! COME! COME!
All CANDIDATES RALLY!
4TH AND WASHINGTON AVE.
Tuesday, May 22
8:30 P. M.
MUSIC
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED
ALL CANDIDATES TO SPEAK
Sponsored by Miami Beach Democratic Association
Max M. Singer, Executive Secretary
IM. Vol. Aflv.
HIS RECORD OF SERVICE IS HIS
ENDORSEMENT
ELECT
DR. MAURICE
KLEIN
YOUR
CITY
COUNCILMAN
FOR MIAMI BEACH
TUESDAY.
JUNE 5th. 1945
World War Veteran
Post War Problems
Our Immediate Needs
Pd. Pol. Adv.
TO OPEN LAW OFFICES
Nathaniel J. Klein, who recent-
ly returned to Miami Beach after
several years service as a special
agent with the federal bureau of
investigation of the U. S. depart-
ment of justice, has opened a law
office in room 21, 600 Lincoln
road building, 1632 Pennsylvania
Ave.
Prior to his service with the
In Newark, N j ptaii
mately 14 years *' *W<>A
4
RE-ELECT
HERBERT A.
HERB' FRINK
YOUR
COUNCILMAN
Taid pol. adv.
it
Our Victory
Is But Half Won"
President Truman
The regime of the Nazi gangster is over, but
the Battle of Japan has just begun. War in the
West has been our major concern; we have not
yet gone all out in the East.
NEITHER HAS THE JAP!
Destruction of Japan's armies has not yet reached the annual
rate of normal replacements250,000 men per year. The Jap
fights to the death and our battle to crush him will be longer,
tougher and more costly than most Americans expect. This
battle must be paid for by a free people, intent on sweeping
the Pacific clear of greed and hate.
Victory Is Never Cheap
In Lives or Money
The national quota for THE SEVENTH WAR
LOAN is $14,000,000,000.00. The quota for
Dade County is
$27,746,000.00 CASH
Buy All You Can
From January 1st, 1942, to April 30, 1945, pa-
trons of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK and its
affiliates have purchased $23,841,600.00 in War
Bonds and $37,485,800.00 in Treasury Bonds
for a
ioi e. flaoleh st. TOTAL OF $61,327,400.00
TneFiFsfNaHonalBaik
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EDWARD C. ROMFH. President
LAURENCE ROMFH. Auistant to th Pre.ident
ORGANIZED 1902
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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PAGE ELEVEN
Closing
SUNDAY
EXERCISES OF BETH DAVID
SCHOOL SUNDAY MORNING
exercises of
Beth
Closing *xShool will be held
3? SSffig. May 20.
^Sm be Dlayed in Lummis
iGames will bp' 30 Dunng
Park ^"exercises, refresh-
fte A served to all chil-
K "rl,,s will he awarded
h*"' l" nm s uUcnts of the Si%i-
lheHHcbr^' School. Greet-
P'tullbcWen ^ the presi-
lingS. if the Congregation and
dents oi "",, QUadow and
F'^uAuuu Sunday School
[Mrs. Jack A^"1;. R Alex.
honor PUP Is g p "Donald Co-
r^Hafne FeftW. Michael
LISTEN TO
"Palestine
Speaks"
Over
WK AT
(1360 on Your Dial)
Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m.
Lou Heiman, Edgar Lewis, Stan-
ley Rose, Stanley Saal, Arnold
Schatzman. Evelyn Schwartz,
Rosclle Segal, Reva Shapiro,
Sandra Shier, Bobby Shevin, Rita
Shlafrock, Adele Siegel, Ruth
Stiebel, Zella Warshaw, Lita
Weiss and LeRoy Weissel.
Hebrew School honor pupils
are: Ann Eisner, Harold Eisner,
Richard Harris, Gordon Miller,
Bobby Newman, Herman Rosen-
thai, .Judy Rosenthal, Stanley
Saal, Roselle Segal, Reva Shapiro,
Marvin Shlafrock and Sidney
Weinthal.
Confirmation exercises will be
held the same evening at 8:15 in
the synagogue with a group of
19 boys and girls participating.
Mrs. Harry Oliphant, Cantor
Abraham Friedman and the choir
will be in charge of the musical
program and will be assisted at
the piano by Mrs. Joseph Schaef-
fer. Rabbi Max Shapiro will de-
liver the charge and offer the
blessing for each confirmant. The
confirmants are: Daniel Apte,
Stanley Balish, Sidney Dickson,
Estelle Greenberg, Frank Green-
berg, Donald Greene, Fred Heine-
man, Doris Kasow, Shiela Lud-
wig, Marvin Mack, Sonya Pallot,
Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene Ros-
sin, Jerry Schulman, Raphael
Shouger, Robert Siegel, Al Sil-
verman, Wm. Weissel and Myron
Pollock.
Diplomas will be awarded to
the following graduates of the
Teachers Training Group: Gloria
Fox, Dorren Kaler, Yvette Mar-
gulies, Rosalyn Morris and Har-
riet Rand. Diploma awards will
also be given to Donald Cohen,
Edgar Lewis, Estelle Greenberg,
Charles Rosenblitt, Charlene
Rossin and Ruth Saal, students
who attended our Hebrew High
school classes. Donald Cohen will
speak briefly in Hebrew.
BIALIK SOCIETY
TO GIVE CONCERTS
In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship
The Bialik Singing Society,
sponsored by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education in cooperation with
the Ys and afficiliated congrega-
tions, will make several appear-
ances before it ends its year-
round activities. On May 11, the
group sang before the servicemen
at the regular service at the
Beach Y. On May 21, the Choral
Society is scheduled to sing at
the Sisterhood meeting of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center, for
the military personnel at the Boca
Raton Army Air Field and on
May 27, it will end its season by
appearing at the Federation an-
nual membership meeting.
Organized in October, 1944, the
Bialik Singing Society has made
more than a dozen public appear-
ances and has been of service to
the community through Jewish
music. The society will resume its
activities early in the fall. Cantor
Emanuel Barkan has served as
conductor and Miss Edith Free-
man as accompanist.
FRATERNAL ORDER TO
SPONSOR BOND RALLY
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION.
Orthodox, 761 41it St., Miami Beach.
Shevuos nrrvi'-i's Thursday and Fri-
day evenings, at 7:30 p. m., and Frl-
day and Saturday mornings, at 7
and 9 a. m. On Friday Rabbi Motes
Meicheloff will speak on "O-d Baa
liven Us a Torah," and on Saturday,
", That Men May Live By It."
Yizkor services Saturday at 8 and
10:30 a. m. Cantor Maurice Mamchet
will chant. During holiday services
on May 19 formal presentation of an
Ark Curtain will foe made the syna-
gogue by Mrs. L. Abrams, and two
Torah covers will be donated by
Mrs. J. Hirsch and Mrs. H. Gottes-
man. The donors will present a spe-
cial Klddush after services In the
community auditorium. Daily serv-
ices: Khachrlss at 8:15 a. m.; Mlncha
at 7:30 p, m., and Maariv at 8 p. m.
Religious school dally from 4 to 7
p. m., Sundays from 9 to noon.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd St.
Shevuos will bo ushed In Thursday
evening at sundown. Service Friday
and Saturday mornings will be held
at 8:30. Yizkor services Saturday
morning at 10:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will speak on "Eternal Peace," and
Cantor Abraham Friedman will of-
ficiate. The last of the series of
Junior services will be held Friday
morning at 10:30, to be followed by
a Klddush given by the Sisterhood.
service*. Schalos Seudos at 7 o'clock,
i.ill..will by Mlncha and Maariv.
Closing of Sunday School.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137
N. E. 19th St.Klievuos services
Thursday evening at 8:1.", p. m. and
Friday morning at 11 a. m. Con-
firmation services for the class of
194:. Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. A
reception by the parents of the con-
flrmands will follow services. Rabbi
Saul Appelbaum will speak.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Con-
servative, 761 41st St., Miami Beach.
Friday evening service at 8 p. m.
Confirmation services of the class of
194r, at the North Beach Elementary
School auditorium. Reception tender-
ed by the parents of the confirmandH
to follow at the Temple social hall.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will be In charge
of services.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON.
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Thursday evening services at 7:30
p. m. Friday morning combined serv-
ices, at 9 a. m. Rabbi Simon April
will speak on "Source of Life." Sat-
urday morning services at 9 a. m.
Rabbi April will speak on "In Me-
morlum" to be followed by memorial
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Conservative,
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Services Thursday evening at 7 p. m.
Shevuoth services, 1st day, Friday
morning at 9 a. m. and Friday eve-
ning at 7 p. m.: 2nd day, Saturday,
services at 9 a. m. Yizkor service at
10:30 a. m., evening service at 7 p.
m. On Friday morning Rabbi Irving
Lehrman will deliver a charge to the
confirmands on the occasion of tho
annual confirmation exercises. On
Saturday morning the rahbl will
preach on "I.cst We Forget." Cantor
Emanuel Barkan will chant all serv-
ices Daily services at 8 a. m. and
7 p. m.
"The enemywatches and lis-
tens."Prime Minister Winston
Churchill.
The Jewish People's Fraternal
Order, Branch 192, will sponsor
a 7th War Loan Bond rally this
Friday evening at 8p. m. in Car-
penter's hall, 47 N. W. 3rd St.
Members and their friends are
invited.
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
U'iMiYt tit*- *i.iii;il-iin.-mi -it flic HrlKhml U\wi<-r if Huffman***)
Telephone 58-2979
CORDIALLY INVITES YOU
TO ATTEND ITS
Gala Dinner Dance
TO BE HELD
Monday Eve, June 4th
STARTING AT 7:45
at
Lilley's Restaurant
829 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
EXCELLENT DANCE MUSIC
PROFESSIONAL ENTERTAINMENT
$10.00 PER COUPLE
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL BETH DAVID, 2-1473; H. SOOTIN, 3-1589;
MRS. MYER SCHWARTZ. 2-1864
This advertisement made possible by a friend of the Miami Zionist District
Greater Miami Vaad Hakashrus
Announces that the application of
Kenholz Kosher Mart
& Poultry Market
415 Espanola Way, Miami Beach
was accepted and now operates under our supervision and
endorsement
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HARRY SIRKIN, President
H. SOOTIN, Secretary
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY, Director of Kashrus
The Independent
Candidate
ELECT
SIDNEY H. ELLISON
TO
Citjy Council
Paid pol. adv.



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BERLIN IS ONLY A WHISTLE SVOP
Yeah, that was Berlin we just passed.
Seemed like we'd never get there, didn't it? And now
that we made it, anybody feel like a stopover? Little
celebration or something like that?
Forget it, friend. This is a through train we're on.
And before we get to where we're going, Berlin will seem
like a whistle stop. A dot on the map, once removed.
Tokyo's our destination. Half a world and billions of
bucks away and one thing is sure! If you're going our
way, you pay your own freight.
That means you keep on buying more and more bonds
until you've bought every bond you can dig up the
dough for. And then you buy another one!
Remember, you might be making this trip the hard
way. From island to island. Through the jungle. In a
B29. In a submarine.
So don't feel too sorry for yourself. Get that first extra
bond today right now .. this minute!
KEEP ON BUYING BONDS TILL IT'S OVER. OVER THERE!
Happy Hour Tavern
3680 Coral Way
Grand National Importers
lit Trust Bldg.
Sungas Company
Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.Ph. 3-3885
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Peters Atlantic Service Station and
Garage
7535 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Shelby Salesbook Co.
610 American Bank Bldg.
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
380 W. Flagler St.
Loeb & Gottfried. Slaughterers
Red Road, Hialeah
South Seas Hotel
1751 Collim Ave., Miami Beach
This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisementprepared under the auspices of Treasury DP
Savoy Plaza Hotel
425 Ocean Drive
Stevens Markets
2201 N. W. 82nd St.-7-3085
*uiz Ponce de Leon Blvd.4-1685
Lester F. RiebelPainting Contractor
8180 N. W. 14th Ave.
Charles Hotel
1475 Collim Ave.
White Service Station & Garaae
870 W. Flagler St.
Price's Service Station
5700 S. W. 8th St.
National Produce Co.. Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th Ave.
Belford Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.
Tamiami Upholstering Co
2485 S. W. 8th St.
Henry Gregor
Oscar Blasius
Bart Riley
Dr. T. L. Lowrie
Council's Furniture Co.
844 N. Miami Avenue
Ship Service Laundry
1034 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Playland Photo Studio
118 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Campbell Convalescent Home
233 N. W. 28th St.
K. Burns & SonJewelers
114 E. Flagler St.
E. Diamond & Son
Wholesale Noveitlei
513 N. Miami Ave.


FRIDAY. MAY 18, 1945
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PAGE THIRTEEN
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THE
*s
p
7WAR LOAN
IS ON!
if you NAVE
fou have a quota
in the Mighty
WarL

Find your quota and make it! We've got to make the 7th the biggest yet!
IF YOUR
AVERAGE INCOME
PER MONTH IS:
$250
225-250
210-225
200-210
180-200
140-180
100-140
Under $100
YOUR PERSONAL
WAR BOND
QUOTA IS:
(CASH VALUE)
MATURITY
VALUE OF
7th WAR LOAN
BONDS BOUGHT
$187.50
150.00
131.25
112.50
93.75
75.00
37.50
18.75
$250
200
175
150
125
100
50
25
oan
ALL OUT FOR THE
MIGHTY /* WAR LOAM
i*
Wising
Co.
Council and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals
1 h
imitate
Pi
'"nth
Levi Plumbing Co.
2141 S. W. 3rd St., Miami
Jack H. Pero
George J. BertmanReal Estate
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Jean's Candy Shoppe
212 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Butler-WUson Paper Co.
133 N. E. 1st Ave.
Henry's Auto & Truck Parts
76 N. W. 14th St.
Rubinstein's Dress Shop
1026 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Tropical Soda Shop
942 N. E. lit Avi.
Ray's Paint & Body Shop
166 N. W. 1st St.
Rainbow GardensFlorist
840 N. E. 79th St.
Seminole Bar
SS Hialeah Drive
Arldn-Pruiert Construction Co.
Congress Building
Standard Wine & Spirits
47 N. W. 6th St.
Gordon's Women's Apparel Shop
DuPont Building
Rolfe Armored Truck Service. Inc.
301 N. W. th Ave.
The Garden Restaurant
2235 S. W. 8th St.
Carrib Novelty Co.
3t6 Congress Building
Miami Floral Co.
111 s. W. Sth Ave.
Moore's Grocery
1462 N. W. 62nd St.
Novelty & Specialty Sales
4308 N. W. 7th Ave.
A. F. GivenAccountant
Congress Building
Nacy's Feminine Attire Shop
532 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Tyler The Top Man
2341 N. Miami Ave.
Electrix Appliance Repair Shop
2767 S. W. 27th Ave.
Rice Brothers Sunoco Service
1101 S. W. 8th St.
Elsasser's Service Station
7791 Blscayne Blvd.
Donovan's Bar
501 N. W. 7th Ave.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
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FRIDAY. MAY 18,
H A T
HEN
HERE
FRIDAY, MAY 18:
National Council "f Jewish Worn*
,11. Forum.
SUNDAY, MAY 20:
i:i: (".iris at Greater Miami, corona-
tion party, I p. m., Dear School.
MONDAY, MAY 21:
Miami Beach Service League,
Beach "Y," 1:30 p. m.
TUESDAY, MAY 22:
Grentor Miami Army anil Nnv>
Committee reorientation course
sponsored by the Benlor hostesses
,.i the Miami Beach Jewish Com-
iiiiinitv Center, 8 p. m.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 23:
Temple Israel annual dinner nicot-
ian, I! p. m.. Kaplan Hall; Work-
in. n's Circle Branch i">!'2, executive
committee meeting, S:30 p. m.
THURSDAY. MAY 24:
Jewish Social Service Bureau an-
nual meeting, 8 p. in., Both David,
FRIDAY, MAY 25:
American Jewish Congress. Vi om-
en's Friday Review, 1:80 p. m.
"Think before you talk."Gen-
eral George C. Marshall and Ad-
miral Ernest J. King.
ELECT
H. L (Pat)
PERDUE
Over 4 Years a
Miami Beach Police Officer
YOUR CITY
COUNCILMAN
I'd. Pol. Adv.
obituaries BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS
MRS. REBECCA SHAPIRO
Mrs. Rebecca Shapiro, 6S. 01 ii
s W. I'.'th St., died Saturday in '
Miami hospital. She cam,- here from
Jacksonville two years ago. surviving
arc her husband. Morns Shiipiio,
two sons, Max, Miami, and William,
San Francis,-..; mn daughters. Mrs.
Uannie Pepper, Mrs. Anna Lleboyltl
and Mrs. Yetta Lasarus, all of Mi-
ami, Mrs. i.iiiian Kessler, New lorh
City, Mrs Rose WYinst. in. Ander-
son, s. C, and Mrs. Dora Brfce,
Jacksonville; 11 grandchildren and
..no great-grandchild. Services were
held Mon,lav in Gordon Funeral home,
with burial In W.....Ilawn park.
MRS. ZELDA KLINE
The body of Mrs. Zelda Kline, ...
of Hast Rlvo Alto Island, who died
Thursday In a local hospital, was
sen) by the Riverside Memorial
chapel for burial in Philadelphia,
from where she came four months
ago. She Is survived bj a daughter,
Mrs. Ilatiie Flic.Hand, and eight
other children.
MARSHALL WEISS
Marshall Weiss. :i year-old son of
Mr and Mrs. William Weiss, of 626
:.th St., Miami Beach, died in a local
local hospital following a short III-
ness. Fun. ral services were held
Monday in Riverside Memorial chapel
followed by interment in Mt. Nils.
cemetery.
MEYER CORNFIELD
Meyer Cornfield, 59, of 818 s W
Second 81 died at his home follow-
ing a brief illness. He came to Miami
from New York city five years ago
and was a retired clothing salesman.
Surviving are two brothers, Benjamin
Cornfield, of Miami; and lisy Corn-
field, of Santiago, Chile, and three
sisters in Russia, Funeral services
were conducted by the c.rdon Funer-
al home Wednesday followed by burial
In Mt. Nel.o cemetery,
Satisfaction Guaranteed
MASON CONCRETE
& CARPENTRY
Licensed
and Insured
3-5539
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Miss Helena Held, a cadet
nurse at Massachusetts General
Hospital, has arrived here to
visit with her mother. Mrs. Pearl;
Held, of 729 Pennsylvania St.
Both El sisterhood held its
semi-monthly meeting Tuesday
night at Sher Memorial hall, with
Mrs. B. Ryder presiding.
honor of Mrs. Shapiro. A barbe-
cue and dancing were held on
the lawn, and various movies
wire shown. Lillian Metz, Syl-
via Rotfeld. Fay Cantor. Muriel
Shutzer, Hannibal Blumbert and !
Jackie Altman were present, in
addition to servicemen from
Morrison Field and Boca Raton.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Schneider and
children, 629 Fern St., have left
for their summer home at Pine
Hill, N. Y.
Congregation Beth El held its
regular meeting Tuesday night
at the Temple. 630 Fern St.
Miss Ethel Smith tendered a
party in her home this week in
B'nai B'rith and the Army-
Navy Committee sponsored a I
dance Saturday night at Sher.'
Memorial hall. Ben Wolfson was
chairman of the affair. Senior i
hostesses were Mrs. Blumberg
and Mrs. Phil Blicher. Present i
were Lillian Metz, Sylvia Rot- i
fold, Muriel Schutzer. Raye Can- |
lor. Hannibal Blumberg. Jackie
Altman, and Ethel Smith, as well 1
as servicemen from Boca Raton
and Morrison Field.
DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
Dr. John M. Larimer, osteo-
pathic physician, qualified Sat-
urday as a candidate for the
Miami Beach city council
Well known as a civic leader,
Dr Larimer's pet project is
promotion of a 'teen age center
as a hvmg war memorial, in Ms
capacity as head of the Youth
Recreation Advisory council.
I have allowed my name to
be presented as a candidate,
Dr Larmier declared, "so the
people of Miami Beach may
have the opportunity ot electing
a man without a single commit-
ment to any person or group. I
shall have no platform other
than to promise to do the best
I can with whatever problem
comes up."
WILLIAM BURBRIDGE
William Burbridge, 59, who is
completing his fourth term as
councilman at Miami Beach, an-
nounced he would be a candi-
date tor re-election on June 5.
Burbridge was first elected in
1932 and has served continuous-
ly except for one period. 1939
to 1941, when lie was defeated
by Mitchell Wolfson.
Burbridge was one of the
original sponsors of civil service
for city employes. He advocated
and assisted in the adoption of
a program for the city to buy
its own tax certificates to keep
them out of the hands of specu-
lators. He believes this fund
should be increased so that it
will be sufficient to tide the city
over any business recession
which might occur with result-
ing reduction in tax collections.
D. LEE POWELL
D. Lcc Powell, realtor, an-
nounced he would be a candi-
date 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.
Intensely interested in effi-
cient municipal government op-
eration, Powell, soon after tak-
ing office, was prominent in ne-
gotiations resulting in the city's
receiving a franchise tax from
the Miami Beach Railway Co. to
compensate for wear on city
streets.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Swafford Aut.. Parts at I2S8 .V \V.
sand St., Miami, Florida. l<<'lld? l
reaister said name with the Clerk of
il,,. Circuit Court of I'adu County.
1'"'"''' K&B8CHEL swafford
Sole Owner
MII.TON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
5/11-18-25 6/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the undersigned, desiring to engage
,iu business under the fictitious name
of .1 A.- M Equipment Co. (not Inc.)
su. lessors to E A J Equipment Co.
mot Inc.) at 926 N. Miami Avenue.
Miami. Florida intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
MultltlS DoNCHER
JOSEPH WE1NHERO
Mil.ToN A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
5/11-18-16 6/1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1933
File A 8S72
NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN that
Morris Alpert holder of City of Mi-
anil Beach Tax Certificate No. 65 Is-
sued the 4th day of July, A.D. 1938.
has filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
l.r.i.es the following described prop-
ertv In the Count? of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 12 Blk. 1, Palm Island. Record-
,,l Plat Bk. 6. P. 54, Pub. Rec. Dade
Co Fla., In the City of Miami Beach,
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The lasessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of Kokomo Corp.
I'll less s.il.l certificate shall be Re-
deemed according to law, the property
described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday in the month
of .Mine. IMS, which Is the 4th day of
.Mine. 1945,
Dated this 2nd day of May. 1945.
iv B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
I lade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. M. JOHNSON. D. C.
5/4-11-18-25
FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, Inc.
1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
LAINHART & POTTER
ESTABLISHER 1893
"BUILDING MATERIAL FOR PARTICULAR BUILDERS"
Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
SIDNEY E. ELLISON
Sidney H. Ellison, supervising
principal of Miami Beach public
schools for the past nine years,
announced his candidacy for Mi-
ami Beach councilman in the
June 5 election.
His decision followed confer-
ences he has held with promin-
ent citizens during the past few
days.
Ellison's announcement stated:
"I hereby announce my candi-
dacy for city council of Miami
Beach, pledging a free and inde-
pendent representation com-
mitted to a strictly business ad-
ministration.
"My experience as an execu-
tive and my knowledge of Mi-
ami Beach, I feel qualify me to
represent the public at large on
the board of directors of a mu-
nicipal corporation that will
formulate the policies of this
city for the next four years."
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 39573
Notice is hereby given that otto
Zlnkel holder as assignee of city of
Miami Tax Certiii.ate Numbered
9360, dated the 2nd day of Juno.
All 1980, has filed said Certificate
in my office, and lias made applica-
tion for lax deed to Issue thereon
in accordance with law. Said Cert I-
rieat" embraces: the following; de-
scribed property, situated In Dade
County, Florida, to-wit:
Lot 2, Blk. :i. (Jroveland Park. Plat
Book fi. Page 91, In the City of Mi-
ami. County of Dad*, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
tlie name of t'nknown. Unless said
Certificate shall he redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue there-
on on the 20th day of June. A.D.
1945.
Dated this lfith day of Mav, A.D.
1H45.
E. P.. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Hade Countv, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STKRRF.TT, D. C.
r. 18-25 4 '1-8-16
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JOHN H. LEVI
Mayor John H. Lcvi of Miami
Beach, who has served on the
city council for nearly 27 con-
secutive years, will be a candi-
date to succeed himself in the
June 5 election.
He has led the entire ticket in
total votes received in five of
the seven elections in which he
has been a candidate, officials
recalled.
Levi, who helped dig Miami
Beach out of the bay bottom,
came to the area in 1912 when
about two-thirds of the city was
a mosquito-infested mangrove
swamp.
He has served as president of
the city council for 15 years and
as mayorlchairman for five
years. The Miami Beach Ocean
View Co., headed by Levi, gave
streets, lighting facilities and
park to the city and also con-
structed the first post office
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN' THE COUNTY Jl'DfJE'S COURT
IN AND FHt DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 1(1279
In Re: ESTATE OF MII.TON SILAS
HOWE. Deceased.
I To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
You, and each of you. are hereby
. notified and required to present any
I Claims and demands which you, or
' either of you, may have against the
estate of MlI.To.N' SILAS HOWE de-
leave.1 late of Dade County. Florida.
to the Hon. W. V BDANTON. Coun-
I ty Judge Of Dade Countv, and file
the same in his office in the County
I Courthouse in Dade County, Florida.
, within eight calendar months from
: the date of the first publication
I hereof Said claims or demands to
I contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sVorn to and
I presented as aforesaid, or same will
I be barred. See Section 120 of the
IMS Probate Act.
Date May 15, A.D. 194.1.
R. II. WISENRAKER.
As Administrator of the Estate
of MILTON SILAS HOWE. De-
ceased.
MAX It SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
4/18-2.-, 6/1 -S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
t undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
(CARRY MARKET at 2801 N. W.
Ih Avenue. Miami Florida. Intends
register said name with the Cleric
Dade Countv. Florida.
J. J. ANNIS
THEATCHER ANNIS
YF.RS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
18-25 6/1-8-15
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
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SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adr.
Buy More War Bonds.
tends to register sad ,,, tua,K
Clerk of the Cue, ,'',' MtiiiT,
County. Florida. Uju" bajj
'-"I'IS I'Kah,
MYERS & HeimVn U "*
Attorneys
4/27 5/4-11-18-25
AliL
NOTICE OWAPpLT^Sh^T
File No. 3S385
.NOTICE IB HEREBTanr,
JESSIE L. ZUCKEltf ho?to?? lhM
slgneo of City ot M,,,, i -r as M-
rioatea NumSered V;. j" 0U
42U2. 4203. 42U4, 420: iW%, *,
dated the ah day t j ,", A o !*"
bus nied said CerUfic f SJ3
,"<* *<1 has made arauaufi? ft
tax deed to issue thereon teHS 'or
ance with law. Bald C fh",,!"0^'
brace the following d -,', i "' em'
He^U^th^y^&VVle,
of Dade. State of l\V d"'\?U(I',>
braced in Certificate No %,? i"''
assessment of said proDem "JS
the said Certificate issued iSI"
name of Unknown. d5 ln 'be
Dot 16, Block
s. Ocean
Heights, in the City of %?rVI'
of Dade. State of Flor I, i'mKm
View
mty
. UCed
ment"of"saia^,ropcny'"u,dlhr%haf!'':
brae'ed^; C^tl.icat MS J
sessment of said property under ^
said Certificate Issued was In K
name of Unknown. ln lh8
Dot is, Block s. Ocean vi
"e"fh. 1 the City of .M,,u Cou,T
of Dade State of Florida, a2j*
braced In Certificate No, 4!M tL
assessment of said .....^rtv under
ml,,8'"', 1-,'J'f"i'"- i""1 WllStS
name of Unknown.
o1.1,1, 1!'. Block S, ocean View
Heights. | the City ol Miami, County
braced in Certificate So. ISM The
assessment of said property under
the said Certiflea.e .. ,a iHhJ
name of Unknown. OT
Dot 20, Block B, Ocean view
Hehrhta, In the City of Miami, County
of Dade, state of Florida, as embraced
In Certificate No. 4304, The asseti-
ment of said property under the said
Certificate Issued was ii, the name ot
unknown.
,,',"L 2!' .ni0('k 8' Ocean View
Heights, in the city of Miami, County
of Dade, State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No, t>.;. The
assessment of said property under the
said Certificate Issued was in the.
name of Unknown.
Dot 23. Rlock S, Ocean View
Heights, in the City of Miami. County
of Dade. State of Florida, as embraced
in Certificate No, 4207. The assess-
ment of said property under the said
Certificate Issued was in the name of
Unknown.
Unless said Certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 31st day of
May. A. D. 1945.
Dated this 23th day of April. A. D.
1945.
E. B. deathi-:uman.
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By U M. JOHN'SOV, D. C.
4/27 6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A 8869
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVF-V that
Morris Alpert holder of State and
County Tax Certificate No. :ii".T Issued
the 2nd day of September, A.D. 1935,
has filed same In my office, ami has
made application for a lax deed to
be Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following desobed
property In the County of Padc, State
of Florida, to-wit:
Dot 19. Blk. 8. Nautilus- Addition, a
Subdn., F'lat Book 8. Paae ISO. in the
County of Dade, State of Florida,
The assessment of said propero
under the said certificate was in the
name of Chns. A. Root.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, trte l,r0D'
erty described therein will be lOjfl '
the highest bidder at the Court H""
door on the first Monday in the nmnin
of June. 1915, which is the 1th day or
June. 194.",. ,..,
Dated this 2nd day of May. IHJ.
E. B. I,F.ATIIKKM.AN.
Clerk of Circuit. Court
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal) _,__., f
l!v I.. M. JOHNSON. D. <
V4-11-18-25_____
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'il^nirSe
the undersigned, desiring, to WgJJ
ln business under the fictitious nam
of Dade Construction C<""l',n>.". r.
Calumet Building, Miami, Fionas "
tend to register said name K"
Clerk of the Circuit Court of iue
County. Florida. ...a-rnsv
MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
3/4-11-18-25 6/1
Joh
id
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457-Acts of
File A 899} ___, that
NOTICE IS HEREBY <''. -MM
'n William Hood holder of w ,
...J County Tax Certificate No-AD
Issued the 3rd day of AuajBE. and
1936. has filed same In m> '' dMd
has made application foi .-Vlrtlfkate
to be Issued thereon. BaM ^ribed
embraces the following gM
property In the County of iar-
of Florida, to-wit: 0ne ?tl0,>*
Dot 12. Block 19. 5","% 1U.
Addn.. a Sub., Plat Book I. ggj f
In the County of r>""le'
Florida. _, .lld property
The assessment of """. m the
under the said certificate ""
name of Garclous Marl'""'"; be re-
rjnleea said certificate aw" perty
deemed according to la. <"*' l0 the
described therein will be.sow g^,
highest bidder at the^ Cour ^
doVir on the first Monda W m 0f
of June, 1945. which Is <"e
Clerk "'^'v Florida-
Dade County.
fClrcult Court Seal) johN8oN. D- u
6/4-11-18-15
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Grape Vineyards
May Rival Citrus
Crops In Florida
A reprint from the Miami Daily Newt. May 13. 1945
By WILLIAM H. BISCHOFF
Because a man lost a fortune curred to Engler that the best
hen the Florida real estate boom place to find a grape for Florida
h ke in 1926- South Florida may conditions was in Florida. Also,
J day be dotted with vine- it occurred to him, the vine most
S. dS whose production will likely to be successful under the
5 al that of the citrus and veg- conditions of the local country-
bles now the backbone of its side was one which had already
ericulturc. made good there on its own.
j E. Entfler, who grew up Grafts Wild Grapes
among the vineclad hills of So Engler went into the South
northeastern Romania, believes Florida woods and fields to find
South Florida can become a what he wanted. When he found
world-leading grape producer, a wild grape vine that looked
He thinks that, after nearly 20 thrifty, he brought it in. By
years of experimentation, he has themselves, of course, the wood-
found a Kiape adapted to the land wild grapes are not suitable
realization of that dream. for the Creation of heavy-bearing
Engler stopped believing in vineyards. Engler grafted vari-
money nearly two decades ago, ous commercial varieties onto the
when the vicissitudes of fortune wild stock.
wiped out his wealth. In turning This year Engler is convinced
to earth and nature he has found that his crossings and re-cross-
health and peace. That's why he ings of tame varieties onto the
wants to give away 200 grape- hardy wild grape stock have
vines to South Florida farmers finally produced the variety
in the hope that they will find South Florida needs.
in them the beginning of a new Vines on the vacant lot at 2450
and Jolid development for a N. W. 12th Ave. where he spends
*Jewistfk>rid/an
PAGE FIFTEEN
land already blessed by nature.
Native of Romania
In 1898 Engler shipped from
his native Romania and landed,
a youth of 15 years, at Key West.
Eventually he drifted to the Ba-
hamas and became a millionaire
real estab developer. When the
A FREE VINE!
In order to give readers of
the Jewish Floridian an oppor-
tunity to see the grape vines
in their own homes, Mr. Eng-
ler is going to give one ab-
solutely free to each of the
first 50 people that present
cards to him. These cards are
obtainable at the Jewish Flor-
idian office, 21 S. W. 2nd Ave.,
Miami.
Florida boom came in the 1920's,
he moved his investments to Mi-
ami. Bui.-t.ng of the real estate
bubble deprived him of his for-
tune. His health broke in the
process. Remembering the health
and serenity of his youth on a
Romanian farm, he turned back
to the land to find them again.
Grapes, according to Engler,
hke sandy, rocky, soil. The
rockier the soil, the sweeter the
pape, is an old axiom in the
vineyard
most of the daylight hours ex-
perimenting with plants give
promise that his dream has come
true. They are laden with count-
less clusters, some 10 inches
long.
Engler says his white grapes
will ripen early in June. This,
he pointed out, would give South
Florida grape crop from 15 to
30 days earlier than any other
section of the country. It would
offer South Florida vineyardists
the same golden marketing op-
portunity now enjoyed by the
section's winter vegetables.
Tries Out Figs
Love of grape vines is in Eng-
ler's blood. He wants most in his
lifetime to see peninsula Flor-
ida's countryside teeming with
ripening grapes. But he has also
experimented with other fruits.
A fruit which Engler believes
should be grown more extensive-
ly, at least for home use in the
Miami area, is the fig. Experi-
menting with fig trees, he found
a homely but effective method
to speed their growth. In one
plot of fig tree cuttings he mixed
wood shavings with the soil. The
soil with the wood shavings has,
since March when both plots
were planted, produced plants 12
to 15 inches tall. Plants in the
untreated plot are only a few
inches high. Engler attributes
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H. L. Cox, president of Dade County Growers' cooperative,
and Ed Coyner. Miami seedman, see possibilities for the South
Flor|da grape industry. J. E. Engler shows them 10-inch clusters
on a new vine.
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Pd. Pol. Adv.
regions of Europe, he mvmm S11. U1I6,^ ..--------
in =k > Honda has this soil the difference to the looseness
"i abundance. and watcr retention capacity of
it was Engler's belief that the the soil with shavings added.
omy factor lacking to make For city-dwellers who want
Kfape growing in South Florida variety but have small space for .. .. ._ .. K__ ho whan ml hack
a sound enterprise was a variety trees, Engler suggests trees Grope arbors are attractive, but bear best when cut back
Particularly adapted to the areas grafted to several varieties. He every year. In January, when dormant, the vmes should he cut
i. After trying several has grafted oranges, lemonr, ^ Q& shown above, leaving only a couple of buds for the
from other regions kumquats and grapefruit all on
varieties
without
|W_ notable success, it oc- the same trees.
next year's growth.
VOTE FOR
Your Former
Associate Judge
HAROLD B. SPAET
Miami Beach City Council
Paid pol. adv.
If you take her
*t a walk
e silent
Dn't talk.
A torpedo goes where it is
pointed. Don't point the enemy's
torpedoes, by careless conversa-
tion! Zip the lip!
The enemy's lurking
All around
To pick up secrets
That might be found!
SWIMMING COURSE
AT VENETIAN POOL
In Miami to conduct a two
weeks' swimming instructors'
course which began May 15 at
Venetian Pool, is Harry A. Ken-
ning, member of the Safety Serv-
ices staff of the Southeastern
Area staff of the American Red
Cross. Approximately 35 instruc-
tors trained in this class will form
the nucleus of the teaching staff
for the expanded water safety
program to be launched by the
Dade County Red Cross early in
June.
In connection with this pro-
gram, there is need for many
more swimming pools where free
instruction may be given. Hotels,
clubs, or individuals are asked to
give the use of their pools., either
for limited periods or all summer.
Persons interested in helping
may call Red Cross headquarters,
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PAGE SIXTEEN
+Jewish floridly
FRIDAY, MAY

J
!
HADASSAH HAS SUCCESSFUL YEAR;
NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED THIS WEEK
Haddassah's president, Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, handed the gavel
over to the newly elected presi-
dent, Mrs. Abraham Goodman, at
the election meeting this week.
Mrs. Spaet lyinounced a success-
ful year with aU quotas filled
with a feeling of accomplishment
for Hadassah.
Mrs. Harry Platoff and Mrs.
Saul Appelbaum, financial secre-
tary and treasurer, gave compre-
hensive reports. The highlight of
the afternoon was the entrance
of Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro and
Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff from the
Bond Drive luncheon honoring
the wife of General Bradley. Mrs.
Bradley pinned her orchids on
Mrs. Sapiro and gave her the
rank of Four Star General for
having sold the most bonds in
the county, 215 bonds.
The new officers of Hadassah
for the coming year are:
^f-710 $. W. 12th AV. MIAMI-i
LlH. 33431-J
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
President, Mrs. Abraham Good-
man; vice-presidents, Mrs. N.
Douglas Raff, Mrs. Charles Rat-
ner, Mrs. Samuel T. Shapiro;
recording secretary, Mrs. George
Greenspan; treasurer, Mrs. Bar-
ney Weinkle (leave of absence)
Mrs. Saul Appelbaum; financial
secretary, Mrs. Harry Platoff; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Joseph
Lipton.
Mrs. Goodman announces some
of the chairmanships and the rest
of the appointments will follow
shortly. They are:
Hadassah Medical Organiza-
tion, Mrs. Harry Rubin; Youth
Aliyah. Mrs. Milton Wolfe; Jew-
ish National Fund. Mrs. Samuel
T. Sapiro; American Affairs, Mrs.
Samuel Simonhoff; Program and
Education, Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Miami Beach and Mrs. Max
Shapiro, Miami; Publicity and
Bulletin. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet;
Hospitality. Mrs. George Chert-
koff: Membership, Mrs. Charles
Ratner, Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Morris Plant and Mrs. Harry
Nevins, Miami; Telephone, Mrs.
Walter Cohen; Youth Groups,
Mrs. Moses Mescheloff; B & P
Supervisor. Mrs. N. Douglas Raff;
Political Education, Mrs. Max
Dobrin; Trees, Mrs. Ida Goldberg:
Child Welfare, Mrs. Rudolph
Rothschild.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet will be
hostess at a lunchen to the new
and old Hadassah board honoring
Mrs. Abraham Goodman, on
Monday, May 21st at 12:30. Mrs.
Spaet's address is 5435 La Gorce
Drive.
ASPIRANT ANNOUNCES
PLATFORM FOR RACE
Harry Zukernick, one of the
leading contenders .in the Miami
Beach City Council race to be
decided at the municipal elec-
tions on June 5, today announced
his platform, to assure Miami
Beach citizens of a progressive
administration.
Zukernick promises:
1 To keep the municipal audi-
torium and hospital out of pol:
itics for the benefit of all Miami
Beach citizens.
2 To conscientiously repre-
sent all of the interests of Miami
Beach without fear or favor; and
be accessible to all citizens at all
times. ,
3 To promote economy and
efficiency in the conduct of the
city government; and thereby re-
duce taxes wherever feasible.
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WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Gladly Futntihtd on Aequesf
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
24 HOUR
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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
HARRY ZUKERNICK
WELCOME TO THE
OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT
Serving Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner, From 7 A.M. to 12 P.M.
Specializing in Seafoods and the Finest of Meats
Under New Management of U. G. Cane
6th Ave. and S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-8677
SAVE
BY MAIL
AND GET A
Liberal Dividend
ON YOUR INSURED
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
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Save Easily
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Complete Details
4. To secure and safeguard a
fair deal to all city employees,
and provide a fair and adequate
pension plan for all municipal
employees, police and firemen.
5. To provide for the planning
and construction of adequate
sidewalks and other necessary
improvements.
6. To press for the acquisition
and development of the Firestone
estate for conversion into a pub-
lic park and bathing beach; and
to acquire and develop other
parks, playgrounds and bathing
facilities.
7. To establish a full-time city
department devoted to activities
for service men and women to in-
sure the effective presentation of
Miami Beach's contribution to the
war effort.
8. To continue as in the past
ten years to work to make Mi-
ami Beach a better place in which
to live.
We protect our ships
When we zip our lips!
1111 Lincoln Road >/2 Block East of Alton
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Resources Over $8,000,000.00
C. L. CLEMENTS. President
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
I'd. Pol. Adv.
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
1M N. W. 7th St. Ph. 8-7301
Bast cars for chronic tick, cony,.
'cant and elderly peopl.
SAN EL BEER. M. D*. WSS&U
Reasonable Pricas
alarqt Baautiful Orounda^^
BALLANTINE'S
ALE <>
Amen'c'j Firtst Since 7840
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
NEW MANAGEMENT
E. & J. EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. MIAMI AVE.
MORRIS PONCHER AND
JOSEPH WEINBERQ, MO.
Phone 3-4872
Buy More War Bonds.
ASK FOR
FARM HOME
PICKLES
A Product of
Manhattan Pickle Co.
Distributed by
Florida Provision Co.
1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6141
Pearl Bros.
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DRINK PLENTY OF
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Water
0ELIVEo TO YO'JR HOME
s-CALLOK BOTTLE .....jj
CASE OF SIX ^
TABLE BOTTLES____
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PHONI 2-4128
ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
This label in-
sures your
health.
U. S. Gov't
inspected
Demand it!
Pastrami
Kosher Zion Sausage Co.
CHICAGO
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
Florida Provision Co., Inc.
OPERATED BY
PEARL BROS.
Distributors
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastries;
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Con-
servative Lending" has meant safety and se-
curity for home owners and investors.
For over a decade Dade Federal has been a
leading financial institution of Greater Miami.
It has placed millions of dollars in first mort-
gages and enjoys the confidence of home
owners and investors because of its sound
judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt
service and low interest rates.
Dade Federal invites you to consult with them
concerning your financial and home mortgage
problems.
RESOURCES OVER $11,000,000
fftETEDERAL
9mkm mcUba*i>t*ociatt GSLi OF MIAMI fu!
45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE
JOSEPH M. LIPTON... PRESIDENT