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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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^THE JEWISH UNITY!
VOHJME~78--NUMBER 21
MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1945
PRICE TEN CENTS
Federation To Hold Annual Meeting
At Beach Center Next Thursday
Evening For Election of Officers
Xhe Greater Miami Jewish
Federation will hold its annual
membership meeting Thursday
evening. May 31, in the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. Highlight
on the evening's agenda, will be
the election of officers and
board members. 75 directors will
be chosen, and with the addition
of organization delegates and the
officers will comprise and di-
rectorate of Federation for the
coming year.
The public is welcome to the
meeting and contributors of five
dollars or more are entitled to
vote.
The nominating committee,
under the chairmanship of Isaac
Levin, will present recommenda-
tions.
Final reports of the year's ac-
tivities will be given by Monte
Selig, president, and Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the Commit-
tee on Community Needs, will
tell of his group's activities since
its creation this past year.
Proposed plans for Federa-
tion's forthcoming activity will
be disclosed and a financial re-
port will be rendered.
POLISH GOVERNMENT
ALLOW IMMIGRATION
Jerusalem (JTA)The Polish
Provisional Government has con-
sented to allow Jews under its
jurisdiction to emigrate to Pal-
estine in small groups, it was
learned here from authoritative
sources.
Dr. Emil Sommcrstein, leader
of the Central Jewish Commit-
tee in Poland, has already ap-
plied for ;, number of Palestine
immigration certificates, it was
revealed. These certificates will
be sent to the Polish ambassador
n Moscow for delivery to Jew-
ish leaders in Poland.
A meeting of refugees from
roiand who have declared them-
wws in favor of the Lublin
bouTrmicm was to have taken
Place tins week in Tel Aviv, but
uuVJ^'hited at the last min-
u'e by the police.
TOWN Y HAS PLAN FOR
INCREASING NUMBERS
Abe Kurman, newly appoint-
ed member of the Town "Y"
Board of Directors, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the organ-
ization's "Y" Membership Drive.
Immediately upon his appoint-
ment, Mr. Kurman had several
conferences with the officers of
the "Y" and has planned cam-
paign procedures and techniques.
The tentative date set for the
opening of the campaign is Wed-
nesday, June 13. It will continue
for three weeks until July 4
when a victory rally will be
held.
The goal is 500 new members.
Mr. Kurman has announced that
he will offer $100 in war bonds
Kthe three persons procuring
i largest number of members,
first prize, $50; second, $25;
third, $25.
T EI-IE1SI
li BE DESTROYED
If BRITISH ARMY
ot the er-,Ai .rps' as a symbo1
<" evil eo?rdallor> of the forces
inu Zionist""0", Marks' prom-
fctfer Lnn i *- refugee aid
"wary' ari^clcd for the tem"
< survhS' of" h'nt0 England
fcndine Yhni,. horror camps
tio" to P. Levent"al emiKn-
speaking EtT*1* Sir Simon-
Venr HouL i meeJ,ng n Gros-
000 Pound! la"nchinR' a 1.000,-
dr>ve, s^iri L .Pal**tine Appeal
Bever hpvn at our P^Ple will
1nlil PaWin ny- real freedom
Jewh Com"0 ls rebuilt as a
Pr0f ^monwealth."
^nt of ,he ?. B^etsky, presi-
Pjitish JeW TL0' deputies of
*t Zion;ls' told the meeting
'liWb0th in"1"3* take the in"
>* Jews ?ro|culnK the sur-
*UlinR them"1 E"rPe and in
Wngthin ln Pa'estine. As-
Bticat reLin lmmiRretion cer-
naper quota KUndor the White
P JEWS, RUSSIANS
IN POLES WERE
TREATED ROUGHLY
Washington .JTA) Jews,
Russians and Poles were treated
with greater severity than other
nationalities in the concentra-
tion camps of Nazi Germany, ac-
cording to "all the evidence
avilable," Senator Alben Bark-
ley of Kentuck, majority leader
of the Senate, told Congress in
presenting the report to the joint
Senate and House committee
which investigated Nazi atroci-
ties at the request of General
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
In the hour-long report which
he read to an engrossed Senate,
Barkley declared "we are of the
opinion that a colossal scheme of
extermination was planned and
put into effect against all those
in occupied countries who re-
fused to accept the principles of
Nazism, or who opposed the sad-
dling of the Nazi yoke on their
countries." The report states
that the intelligentsia, college
professors, generals, business
leaders and professional men of
occupied countries were seized
and placed in the atrocity camps
"unless they agreed to spread
the doctrines advocated by the
Nazis."
The committee, consisting of
six members of each house,
visited three camps, Buchenwald,
Nordhausen and Dachau, which
they described as typical of the
more than one hundred concen-
tration camps in Germany, and
furnished an "accurate cross-
section of the entire German
political prisoner camp system
and policy." Various agencies,
including the United States
Army, are collecting evidence to
be used in punishment of the
war criminals, the report says.
E
TO RETIRE
DUTIES OKI JUNE
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive
secretary for the past thirteen
years of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau, now known as the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, will re-
tire from office on June 1.
Mrs. Rose sent in her re-
signation to the directorate in
January effective as of the date
the bureau would be able to
secure a successor.
Mrs. Rose was tendered a
series of testimonials by organ-
izations and individuals in the
community in recognition of the
many years of loyal service as a
Army and Navy Committee Will
Meet With Community in Annual
Session to Evaluate Past Functions
FEDERATION BOARD TO
HOLD FINAL MEETING
The board of directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will hold their last session
of the current year on Tuesday
evening, May 29. The meeting
will take place in the Sunshine
Room of the Florida Power and
Light Co. in the Ingraham Build-
ing, and will be presided over
by Monte Selig, Federation presi-
dent.
Final report of the 1945 cam-
paign will be rendered, as well
as the report of the budget com-
mittee. Directors will act on the
recommendations of the budget
committee, which will include
the much-discussed division of
funds originally allotted to the
UJAnow dissolved. These
funds will have to be apportion-
ed separately to the NRS, UPA
and JDC.
HELLER TO PALESTINE
TO AID IN PROBLEMS
teh .State g cpraeat,0.n of a Jew-
'"..Pales.tlne and im-

New York (JTA) Rabbi
James G. Heller, of Cincinnati,
national chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, is leaving for
Palestine to help initiate a large-
scale settlement program in be-
half of the Jewish survivors of
war and Nazi oppression in Eu-
rope, it was announced here.
During his three-months' stay
in Palestine, Rabbi Heller is ex-
pected to study every phase of
the development and upbuilding
program which is being support-
ed by American Jews through
the UPA.
social worker in this area. Mrs.
Rose, first became affiliated with
the bureau when the agency was
still in its infancy and has guided
its activities to the present date.
Charles R. Cohen, welfare
worker of many years standing,
will arrive here from Atlanta to
assume the duties as new di-
rector of the agency, a unit of
the Dade County Community
War Chest.
Mrs. Rose delivered her final
report at the annual meeting
of the bureau held at Beth David
auditorium Thursday evening as
we go to press. The agenda in-
cluded the recommendation of
the committee for the director-
ate for the ensuing year.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers
was chairman of the evening
and introduced Mrs. Margaret
K. Furst, prominent social work-
er of New York now living in
Miami Beach as guest speaker.
Mrs. Furst chose as her topic
"The Family Agency in the Post
War Period." Stanley C. Myers,
past president, addressed the |
gathering.
LIBERATED REFUGEES
ARRIVING IN SWEDEN
Stockholm (JTA)Three thou-
sand Jewish refugees liberated
from German concentration
camps have arrived in Sweden
within the past few days. Among
them are 1,500 Jews from Po-
land, 400 from Holland, 200 from
France, 800 from Hungary and
150 from Germany and Austria.
Bucharest (JTA)The trial of
26 war criminals, many of them
charged with the deportation
and murder of thousands of
Jews, opened here before the
People's Tribunal. Two public
prosecutors are representing the
state. The defendants face the
death penalty.
SAID DISSERVICE
TO JEWISH PEOPLE
Washington (JTA) Describ-
ing the introduction in the House
of Representatives of a resolu-
tion calling for the establish-
ment of a "Hebrew state" in
Palestine as "a tragic disservice
to the Jewish people," the Amer-
ican Zionist Emergency Council
denounced the Hebrew Commit-
tee for National Liberation,
which sponsored the resolution,
as representing "no one and re-
sponsible to no one." The coun-
cil's statement said in part:
"It has been announced in the
press that a resolution regard-
ing Palestine, sponsored by the
self-styled Hebrew Committee
of National Liberation, is being
introduced in Congress. We do
not doubt the friendly motives
of the honorable members of
Congress who have been per-
suaded to sponsor that resolu-
tion. They undoubtedly have
been led to believe that in this
they are of assistance to the
Jewish people. But we must
point out with all the vigor at
our command that the so-called
Hebrew Committee of National
Liberation has been repudiated
by every responsible Jewish or-
ganization in the United States
and abroad, including the high-
est Jewish authority in Palestine
itself, the Jewish National As-
sembly, which is the democratic-
ally elected spokesman for the
Jews of Palestine.
"It should again be pointed
out that the Hebrew Committee
of National Liberation, headed
by Peter Bergson, represents
neighther the Jews of Palestine,
nor those of Europe, nor those
of the United States. In fact,
that "Committee' represents no
one and is responsible to no
one."
The Greater Miami Army &
Navy Committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, organized
to carry out servicemen's activi-
ties on behalf of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Community, after
three years of existence will
evaluate past functions of the
committee, at an annual confer-
ence to take place on Monday
evening, May 28, 8 o'clock, at
Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St.,
Miami.
Sam Blank, president of the
Army & Navy committee, stated
"This annual conference will al-
so be the occasion for reconstitu-
tion of the Greater Miami Army
& Navy Committee with a view
toward increasing future service
in the community. Some twenty-
seven Jewish organizations have
been invited to send official dele-
gates to this conference and it
is expected that each organiza-
tion will take up its dutiful task
of representation on the Army &
Navy Committee. The new Army
& Navy Committee will there-
fore represent the united effort
of the Jewish Community in its
service to all military personnel."
The conference has been
planned to review the past serv-
ice of the committee and to
orient all participating organiza-
tions for continued future serv-
ice. It is also expected that the
reorganized committee will be in
a better position to expand its
services for military personnel.
With the war over in Europe
and the expected return of thous-
ands of battle veterans to this
country, Greater Miami will un-
doubtedly become one of the
largest convalescent and redis-
tribution areas in the country.
Under the reorganization the
Greater Miami Army & Navy
Committee 1Wans to be in a better
position to meet the problem of
welcoming the returnee and con-
valescent and providing him
with adequate recreational and
social hospitality on behalf of
the Jewish Community.
The conference is open to all
persons who wish to attend.
TO LET
ASK THAT HANS FRANK
BE TRIED IN WARSAW
London (JTA)Dr. Smil Som-
merstein, Zionist leader and
chairman of the central Jewish
committee in Poland, has urged
the Polish Provisional Govern-
ment to demand that Hans Frank
German governor of Poland, be
tried in Warsaw. The Lublin
radio reported that Dr. Sommer-
stein, addressing the national
council of the provisional gov-
ernment, pointed out that Frank
was responsible for the murder
of millions of Jews.
Washington (JTA)A sub-
committee of the House Immi-
gration Committee will hold
hearings at Oswego, New York,
next month in connection with
proposed legislation sponsored
by Rep. Samuel Dickstein, chair-
man of the immigration body,
which would permit persons in
the Fort Ontario refugee camp
to remain in the United States.
Dickstein said that he plans to
hold, hearings at Oswego the
week of June J8 and in New
York City the' next week. His
bill would allow the Fort On-
tario refugees to enter under
the present quotas of their coun-
tries of origin. He said that many
of the refugees have children in
the United States, that numbers
of the men have wives who are
legally here, and it is in the best
interests of the war effort to let
those remain who express the
desire to do so.
Joseph H. Smart, director of
the Oswego shelter, recently an-
nounced his resignation from
that post, and from the War Re-
location Authority in order to,
devote his full time, at the re-
quest of the refugees themselves,
to their interests, with particu-
lar reference to securing perm-
anent residence for them in the
United States.
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PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg
and daughter, Ruth, are leaving
today, Friday, for Savannah, Ga.,
to attend the unveiling of a me-
morial to the late Mrs. Judas
Steinberg, mother of Harry
Steinberg. They expect to be
away about two weeks visiting
friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Swede.
3540 Pine Tree Dr., have closed
their home for the summer and
have moved into the Versailles
hotel. They plan to stay until
Dec. 1. Mrs. Swede has five
brothers and a son-in-law in
service.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slote who
were married in Miami on
March third, and Mrs. Slote s
mother and father, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Oren, of Miami Beach,
were complimented this week
with a dinner party given by
parents of the bridegroom. Mr.
and Mrs. B. W. Slote, 669 N. E.
74th St.
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MIAMI STOKE.
RECORDS,
FIKTH FLOOR
itncoLn
Mr. and Mrs.
Irving H. Miller.
520 S. W. 22nd
Rd., announce
the Bar Mitzvah
of their son, S.
Gerald, at serv-
ices in Temple
Israel on Friday,
May 25, at 8:15
p. m.
BIRTHS
Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mes-
cheloff announce the birth of a
son Saturday. May 19, at St.
Francis hospital. The Bns will
take place Saturday at 9:30 at
Beth Jacob Congregation.
Friends are invited.
BRISM
Brism for the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Segal, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Zwibel, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Feldman, and Mr. and Mrs.
David Rayvis were held this
week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei
officiating.
PERSONALS
Miss Queenie Stella Machtei,
daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S.
M. Machtei, was among those
graduating from Nurses Train-
ing School, Jackson Memorial
hospital, at exercises last Friday
night in the Women's Club. Miss
Machtei is a member of the
Cadet Nurses Corps and expects
to be assigned to a U. S. vet-
eran's hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz
and daughter, Helene, will leave
June 3 to spend the summer in
New York and Saratoga. Mr.
Kenholz will return prior to the
High Holidays to open his Kosher
meat market on Miami Beach.
While away, he plans to make
contacts to provide his patrons
for the coming year.
Buy More War Bonds.
ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Heyman S. Berkman. 2444
FlSgo Dr. Miami Beach wife
of the late Heyman S. Berkman.
has announced the engagement
and approaching marriage of ner
daughter. Miss Carol Gail Berk-
man to S/Sgt. Irvin Peckett,
n&sTBXnan is a .graduate
of Miami Beach .Senior High
school and of Florida State Col-
lege for Women. .
Sergeant Peckett attended
Tampa university before his en-
listment in the army.
WEDDINGS
Mr. and Mrs Harry King are
making their home at 3 5 2tn
St, Miami Beach, following
the* marriage May 2. The bride
is the former Miss Betty Eisen-
berg of Asbury Park. N. J. .
Mr. King has been in Miami
for six years, coming from New
York. He is the owner of Todd
and Todd and Budd's mens
stores on Lincoln Rd. He is the
son of Isaac King of Asbury
Park. ,
The bride is the daughter of
Max Eisenberg of Asbury Park,
where she was graduated from
high school.
Attending the wedding recep-
tion given at the Clover club
were Mr. and Mrs. Al Leslie,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg.
the Misses Marilyn, Tina and
Joyce Eisenberg, Sam Mandell,
Isaac King and Miss Fredi Ru-
benstein.______^^_
OBITUARY
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a monument
to the memory of Aaron Heilig-
man will take place at Mt. Nebo
cemetery this coming Sunday at
1-30 p. m. Rabbi Irving Lehr-
man will officiate and arrange-
ments are being made by the
Gordon Monument Co. Friends
are asked to be .present
The unveiling of a memorial
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Lorayne "Midge" Cohen will
take place Sunday afternoon. 3
p m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Friends are asked to be present.
Arrangements are under the di-
rection of Gordon Memorial
Chapel.
ISAAC GREENMAN
Isaac Greenman, 75, of 1250
Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach
died in a hospital Tuesday. He
came to Miami seven years ago
from New York city and was a
retired real estate operator. Sur-
viving are the wife, Mrs. Esther
Greenman, of Miami Beach; three
sons, Sol Greenman, Samuel
Greenman and Charles Green-
man, all of New York city, and
two daughters. Mrs. Ethel Hirsch
and Mrs. Freda Geller of New
York city. The body was sent to
New York city by the Riverside
Memorial chapel.
The family of the late
MRS. REBECCA SHAPIRO
wish to thank their many friends for the kind expressions of
sympathy and condolence extended them during their recent
bereavement.
MORRIS SHAPIRO. Husband
MAX SHAPIRO
MRS. FANNIE PEPPER
MRS. ANNA LEBOWITZ
MRS. LILLIAN KESSLER
MRS. JACK LAZARUS
MRS. DORA BRICE
Children.
POWELL FOR COUNCIL
ENDORSED BY BOARD
D. Lee Powell was one of two
candidates endorsed by the Mi-
ami Beach Board of Realtors in
the coming council election,
June 5.
Powell greatly assisted in
making Miami Beach one of the
first cities in the country to in-
augurate a postwar municipal
improvement program. Last
year, the city began extension
and improvement of its sewage
system, construction of a new
water main over Biscayne bay
and purchase of the Bayshore
golf course. Approval of recent
bond issues provide for off-
street parking areas, expansion
of parks and playgrounds and
construction of a convention au-
ditorium and hospital.
FRIDAY, MAY 25.
BEACH TO CONDEMN
FIRESTONEJSTATE
Miami Beach city fathers ,to
animously approved CouncL*"
H. A. Frink's motion tolfi
gin condmenation procepdin
against the Firestone SSRSS
ing Warner estate. auJom-
Taxpayers at the Beach o
dorsed the proposal to purch^
the property at a recent el2
when they approved issuance f
$1,000 000 in bonds to finale th
project. "e
The property includes the 7M
foot Firestone estate extenri=
rHhv f14Hth i31'. andftSS
Creek and the adjoining 500-foot
Warner estate, now owned by
Samuel T. Haas. '
The movement to purchase th*
property for use as a public park
and bathing beach has been
sparked for more than a year by
several municipal organizations
The city already has beeii
named defendant in a suit filed
by owners of the Firestone es-
tate who seek re-zoning of the
property to permit its use as a
hotel site.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
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AIRLINERS TO BE ON
gJsPLAY MAY 27
r.iant airliners with which the
ii? Transport Command hteral-
^rricd the war to the enemy
&. Z the map for the last four
alrs vv" bePon display for
&p inspection by the gen-
cl i mihlic at Miami Army Air
gSd'aSd-y. May 27
One of the features of the open
L ? iiroeram at the field.
Sm ATC's fourth birthday,
K be the lineup of four-engine
and twin-cnfiine ships of the
f,le which has been winging
1,-pr the oceans, mountains, jun-
ls and deserts of the world.
often through curtains of enemy
wound fire and formations of
fiehter planes, on. the biggest
JStion job of all time.
Visitors will see the four-en-
gine Douslas C-54B litter-bear-
ing transport which has been fly-
ing into Miami Army Air Field
in steady streams for months
hrineing home the wounded
from the battlefields of Italy.
France and Germany via Casa-
blanca the Azores and Bermuda.
Flving back, the big plane hauls
tons of high-priority war ma-
terials destined for lighting
fronts from Europe to inner
China.
Army officers and officials of
Pan American Airways and East-
ern Air Lines, who fly for ATC
under army contracts, will be
present for the open house to
give information on the various
planes.
Keep your ears open
Also your eyes
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
DINNER IN HONOR OF
MRS. ZALIS' SON
Mrs. Joe Zalis, president of
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged, will
tender a dinner to 250 guests in
honor of the birthday of her son,
Stanley. The affair will take
place at the Home, corner of 4th
St. and S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday,
May 27, starting at 6 p. m. All
proceeds derived will be used for
the Home's improvement.
Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Zalis, is a member of the
U. S. Navy and has been in the
South Pacific for the past two
years. Mrs. Zalis, former presi-
dent of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Sisterhood, has actively
served on committees for the
bond and clothing drives, serves
as an officer in the Easter Star
and the Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary, and is a member of
numerous other organizations.
The auxiliary which she heads
has been running a series of af-
fairs to raise funds for the Home
and last Sunday staged a suc-
cessful linen shower.
The Home is now being decor-
ated and refurbished and will be
completed in time for the formal
opening scheduled now for Sun-
day, June 17.
At the dinner Sunday evening,
Alfred B. Rosenstein, president
of the Home, will be guest speak-
er and Gus Trau, vice president
will render vocal selections. Rev.
Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob
and Cantor Julius Rosenstein
will head the list of artists to ap-
pear during the evening. Daniel
Broad will serve as toastmaster.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
SOVIETS INCREASE
PROPAGANDA
Cairo (JTA)Soviet authori-
ties have recently increased
their propaganda activities in the
Arab countries, it is learned
here. They are especially active
in Iraq, Syria and Egypt, and
editors from those countries have
been invited to visit Russia.
Soviet diplomats frequently at-
tend sessions of the various par-
liaments and the Russian am-
bassador was the only diplomat
to attend recent Egyptian army
maneuvers.
Meanwhile, Egyptian Minister
of Finance, Makram Ebeid Pas-
ha, speaking in the Chamber of
Deputies, warned against the
competition of Jewish industry
and commerce in Palestine. Re-
ferring to the economic and com-
mercial advantages which will
evolve from the League of Arab
States, Ebeid Pasha said that "I
believe it to be my duty to warn
the Arab countries particular-
ly Egyptof what I expect and
fearpowerful, unfair competi-
tion to our national industry
from foreign industry which has
been established in Palestine. I
say foreign," he continued, "be-
cause our local Israelite breth-
ren, born in our country, are our
compatriots and have the same
rights and duties as we."
Comparing the income of farm-
ers in various countries, Ebeid
Pasha said that while the Jew-
ish agricultural laborer in Pal-
estine earns an average of sitxy
pounds yearly, Arab farm work-
ers in Palestine have an annual
income of twenty-seven pounds,
and those in Egypt twenty
pounds.
DON'T FAIL
to join the hundreds of Miamians at
the season's outstanding affair!
ENJOY YOURSELVES
at the
Gala Dinner Dance
given Ipy
J
TO BE HELD
Monday Eve, June 4th
STARTING AT 7:45
at
Lilley's Restaurant
829 B1SCAYNE BOULEVARD
Delicious Food Elaborate Floor Show
EXCELLENT DANCE MUSIC
$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
BEACH CANDIDATESS
ADDRESS RALLY
All candidates for the Miami
Beach city council addressed a
well attended rally of more than
seven hundred last Tuesday eve-
ning sponsored by the Miami
Beach Democratic Association.
The association has endorsed
three candidates for the city
council of Miami Beach. The
candidates selected by the group
are Councilmen D. Lee Powell
and Herbert A. Frink, offering
for reelection, and Harry Zuker-
nick.
Joseph M. Rose, president of
the recently expanded Demo-
cratic association, and Max M.
Singer, executive secretary, said
that an intensive campaign in
behalf of the three thus favored
will be conducted by the organ-
ization.
FOUR QUEENS
ARE CORONATED
Four queens, representing the
four local chapters of B'nai B'rith
Girls, were coronated in the
Lear School Sunday, May
20. They were Miss Norma
Schwartz, ALS chapter; Miss
Tobie Jacobskind, BZB chapter;
Miss Theresa Fishman, BBG of
Miami Beach, and Miss Hadas-
sah Land, Gems of Miami Beach.
Miss Dorothy Borenstein, presi-
dent of the Women's Auxiliary,
was guest speaker and presented
the girls with gifts.
'' 1
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
will deliver a sermon on the
topic "Thrice-Blessed" Friday
evening at Temple Emanu-El,
Fort Lauderdale.
ask yourself
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Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla.
P. O. Box 2973 Phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
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VOLUME 18 NUMBER 21
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WHERE ARE THE SURVIVORS TO GO?
The victory is won and liberation has come to Europe.
Hitler is dead, but the spectre of Hitlerism marches on. The
walls of the ghettos and the barbed wire fences of the concen-
tration camps have been lorn down. The dead have been buried.
But where are the Jewish survivors to go? Do they want to go
back to the communities where their brothers and their sisters
were murdered? Do they want to attempt to begin life all over
again on the soil that is soaked with the blood of millions of
Jewish martyrs? Do they want to go back to the lands which
are still seething with anti-Semitic hatred? In the Buchenwald
concentration camp, where many thousands of Jews were sub-
jected to indescribable horrors and mass death, the survivors
plead for the transportation of the orphaned children to Pales-
tine. Though (he Nazis have been driven out, there is still in
almost every corner of liberated Europe, fear and insecurity
among the surviving remnant of Jewry.
The vast majority of those who survive regard immediate
settlement in Palestine as their only hope for the future, and
Palestine is the only country in the world that is able and will-
ing to give a new home to the hundreds of thousands of Jews
who have endured the savage brutality of twelve years of Nazi
oppression. Now that the great opportunity for salvaging the
remnants of our people is at hand, the Jews of the United States
are faced with a historic challenge. In this year of transition
from war to peace, American Jewry must decide whether the
surviving Jews shall continue to live in fear and pauperization
in the war-ravaged continent of Europe, or whether they shall
have an opportunity of rebuilding their lives in the freedom and
security of the Jewish National Home in Palestine. That chal-
lenge can be fully met by generous support on the part of
American Jews in behalf of the United Palestine Appeal, Amer-
ican Jewry's central agency for the rebuilding of the Jewish
National Home in Palestine.
With the help of the United Palestine Appeal. Palestine
served as the major haven and home for the oppressed and
homeless in the darkest period of Jewish history. Today as we
stand on the threshold of the new era, Palestine is called upon
to enact an even greater role in the redemption and salvation
of the Jewish people. The smoldering flames of anti-Semitism
fed by ruthless propaganda threaten the future of the Jews re-
maining in Europe. Never again do the survivors want to be
made the target of bloody attack. Never again do they want to
be branded as pariahs and outcasts marked by the yellow
badge of shame. They want to live as free men and women.
They want to go to Palestine. They want their children to grow
up free from fear and pain. That is the task that faces the United
Palestine Appeal, whose agencies require 535,300,000 this year.
The Jewish Agency for Palestine has already drawn up de-
tailed plans for the transportation and settlement of 1,000,000
Jews in Palestine during the next two years. This is a gigantic
undertaking which will require tremendous resources. But it
clearly points the way for the constructive solution of the prob-
lem of Jewish homelessness, for putting an end to the misery
the wandering of a people which has lived with more than its
measure of sorrow and tragedy and which cannot long endure
on the run of upheaval and slavery. The United Palestine Ap-
peal is seeking the redemption of the People of Israel in the
Land of Israel so that they shall never be homeless again
CHIEF WILEY LAGERS IS
TAKEN IN CUSTODY
Brussels (JTA)Gestapo chief
Willy Lagers, who was responsi-
ble for the deportation from Hol-
land of more than 100.000 Jews,
has been arrested, the Dutch
radio reports. Lagers is among
10 000 war criminals housed in
Amsterdam jails, the broadcast
said.
The first synagogue service in
Amsterdam since its liberation
was held last week. Guests of
honor were three policemen
who risked their lives during
the occupation to warn Jews of
impending deportations. Only a
fifth of the congregation consist-
ed of Jews, the others being non-
Jews who came to show their
sympathy. From all reports only
about 10.000 of an estimated 100.-
000 Jews who resided in the
Dutch capital before the war re-
main.
-TIDBITS FROM EVER
Mtictfy Bonlickntid
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
VETERANS OF BRIGADE
BROUGHT TO TEL AVIV
Tel Aviv (JTA)Twenty-eight
wounded veterans of the Jewish
Brigade arrived here from Italy.
They were immediately placed
in military hospitals.
A meeting of former Jewish
officers and front-line veterans
adopted a resolution demanding
that all non-refugees Germans
be deported from Palestine since
"they never gave up their Ger-
man citizenship and remained
faithful to Nazism." Many Ger-
mans, most of whom live in the
settlement of Sarona. were in-
terned after the outbreak of the
war.
URGE RECOGNITION
OF HEBREW NATION
New York (JTA)"The bi-
partisan resolution introduced
in Congress urging 'recognition
of the Nebrew Nation and es-
tablishment of a United Nations
Agency to send to Palestine the
surviving Hebrew people of Eu-
rope, has the whole-hearted sup-
port of the Zionist-Revisionist
Organization of America," Rab-
bi Morris M. Rose, co-chairman
of the organization, said in a
statement to the press.
At the same time, Rabbi Rose
in the name of the executive
committee of the Zionist-Revi-
sionist Organization. accused
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, chair-
man of the American Zionist
Emergency Council, of being
"consistently inactive in helping
rescue the Jews of Europe dur-
ing the war" and charged that
Dr. Wise blocked the efforts of
other organizations.
HUNDREDS OF JEWS
SLAIN ON ALDERNEY
London (JTA)One thousand
to 1,200 Jews and Russians were
murdered on the British channel
island of Alderney, residents of
the isle, which was the last ter-
ritory in western Europe to -Tx'
liberated, disclosed.
The Jews and Russians were
used for forced labor, they said,
and many succumbed from over-
work, lack of food and constant
beatings. One grave on the is-
land is reported to hold the
bodies of 300 of the slave labor-
ers. It is expected that members
of the German garrison will be I
compelled to unearth the bodies.
ABE KURMAN
heads the mebreship drive
of the Miami Y. He has an-
nounced a series of bond awards
to those securing the greatest
number of members during the
campaign. "
ACTION NEEDED .
The anti-Semitic literature mailed out by Acmes W
Washington representative of the National Blue Star M k'
of Pennsylvania, went out under the franks of Represented "^
Percy Priest of Tennessee, Joseph Mansfield of Texas a
Charles Gifford of Massachusetts, and of Senator Richard R
sell of Georgia Drew Pearson, the Washington column!!
says that these representatives of the American people did
know of the use of their envelopes ... But somebody in fa*
offices must have known Will the Justice Department act*
this indubitable violation of the lawor is Mr. Biddle too h
EIGHT-STAR FAMILY ... ^
When you are asked to do your duty in the Seventh War
Loan Drive, think of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Friedman of Balti-
more Seven blue stars shine from the service flaq in th
window of their home, and an eight will soon appear On
star is for Pfc. Bernard, 29, with the 28th Division on Okinawa
. Bernard took part in the Okinawa invasion and, accordinq
to a recent letter, came through "without a scratch" ... One
is for Private Isadore, 25. who was reported missing in action
in December, 1944, and has now been located in a German
prison camp, Stalag 4-B One is for his twin brother, Private
Hyman, who is "somewhere in England" One is for Pfc.
Karl, 24, with the 83rd Division in Germany, who has been
awarded a Bronze Star One is for Corporal Paul, 21, with
the Medical Corpes at Valley Forge General Hospital ... One
is for a son-in-law, Sam Gertner, who is in the Army Air Force,
stationed at Boca Raton Field, Fla. One is for another son-
in-law. Petty Officer Hyman Cohen, who is with the Coast
Guard in Portland, Oregon The anticipated eight star is for
Sidney, 18, who is "just waiting to be called."
THINGS TO WATCH .
An organized anti-Semitic campaign is under way in Har-
lem, New York's Negro district The instigators are not Ne-
groes, though they attempt to make it appear as a Negro-
sponsored action Where these Christian Fronters flopped is
by using the slogan "Beware of the yellow kikes" ... An ex-
pert on Negro psychology tells us that Negroes would never
spontaneously use a color description for their anti-Jewish-
sentiments ... On the day Hitler's death was announced hood-
lums painted swastikas on several stores owned by Jews in
the Bronx ... In one case a non-Jewish American soldier, on
leave from the European fighting line, asked the store pro-
prietor for a pail of water, and washed the Fascist-smeared
window clean ... "I didn't come back to look at the swastika
in my home town," he said Lt. Edward A. Norman of the
United States Navy, in pre-war days a very active Jewish
leader, is back in this country after a year in Britain and six
months in France Lt. Norman reports that anti-Semitism has
perceptibly increased in England This tallies with in-
formation from other unprejudiced observers.
THISTAND THAT ...
The 500 Jewish Boy Scouts of France under the leadership
of Robert Gamzon deserve to be immortalized They are
credited with saving more than 2,000 Jewish refugees horn ex-
termination by supplying them with false passports After
that bit of work they joined the Maquis en bloc and did heroic
fighting for the liberation of France More than 4,000 Jewish
women are members of the Palestine Auxiliary Territories Serv-
ices The Jewish Black Book of German atrocities, now in
preparation, will be published in seven languages: English,
Hebrew, Yiddish, Russian, Spanish, German and French
As we predicted several weeks ago, the Jewish Palestine ques-
tion has been ruled out for discussion by the San Francisco
Conference The attempt to unionize the staff of the New
York offices of the Anti-Defamation League has failedand the
reason will make interesting reading some day Bernard D-
Weinryb's study of "Palestine in the Changing Middle East
in the April issue of the Contemporary Jewish Record, is an un-
usually well-informed piece of writing (though we don't agree
with some of its conclusions).
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
Samuel Levin, father of the immortal Sergeant Meyer
Levin, asks us to convey his thanks to all those who contributed
to the Meyer Levin Memorial Fund through this column
Denver will probably get a load of Billy Rose's impresario-ship
this summer Billy plans to put on a mammoth fund-raising
show, the proceeds to go to the erection of the planned General
Maurice Rose Memorial Hospital of which we told you last wee*
Anna Sokolow is America's outstanding dance interprete
of Jewish themes ... U you haven't seen her in "The Exile or
Kaddish," you don't know to what heights dancing can riserw
express the Jewish spirit Why did Mrs. Berlin object to u
mention of Irving Berlin's name in Edward Chodorovs anti-
fascist play "Common Ground?" One of the Nazis in w
play referred to Irving as a "dn Jew"which is what those
Fascists did call Irving Berlin ... The other day one of uw
nationally known radio commentators for some reason or OWm
reminded his listeners that Sol Bloom, chairman of the House
?rfLign^Uairs Committee, promoted a little Egyptian dancer
at the Chicago World's War way back when Orchids to
eguia Resnik, dramatic soprano of the Metropolitan Oper
Company, who never hesitates to give to her talent to a goo-
cause Recently she was the soloist with the American Youm
Orchestra under the baton of the gifted Negro conducted J*o
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DAY,
MAY 25, 1945
*Jenisltlvrid'Inn
PAGE FIVE
,bct ALL GIRL VETERANS POST
OP6ANIZEP IN BOSTON BY J.W.V.
Archie H. Grcenberg, National Commander of the Jewish War
IVeterane, congratulates Miss Sylvia Andelman, former WAVE,
Ion her election as Commander of the first all girls post of veterans
loreaniied in the United State* by any veterans organization.
Itooking on are (left) William Oilman, recently retired Massa-
chusetts State Commander and (right) Jacob Polak,newly elected
ie Commander. Named in honor of Lt. Frances Y. Schlanger,
,4 American nurse to be killed in action in the European war
RliMtre, the new post is composed of honorably discharged mem-
of the Waves, Wacs, Spars, Marines, Nurses, and other
Komen'i service units.
1YS MEET SHOULD
)PT BILL OF RIGHTS
| Santiago, Chile (JTA) Julio
tienechea, vice president of
Chilean Parliament, told a
lonorial meeting for Jewish
j victims that the San Francis-
i conference should adopt an
fcernational bill of rights as
payment of the debt the
*ld owes the Jews.
I Senator Humberto Alvarez,
Kident of the Chilean Pro-
stine Committee, praised the
contributions to the vic-
j in Europe and said that the
tH owes the Jews a homeland
own. Dr. Samuel Mar-
lies, American Jewish news-
lerman, who is here as a re-
lative of the World Jewish
s, point< d out that Latin-
oerican Jewry will have to
take the place of the mil-
of Jews murdered in Eu-
ie. The meeting was under
vt auspices of the congress.
I Paris (JTA)A Zionist meet-
! which was scheduled to be
o here with David Ben-
lorion as chief speaker was call-
~ off by the police after the
wience had already gathered.
[Shortly before the gates of the
|tinE hall opened, a police
Tjjad appeared and announced
w the gathering was prohibit-
in order to avoid disturb-
jof the public order." They
ncously, but firmly request-
'he crowd gathered outside
TERROR FLARES UP
AGAIN IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (JTA)Terror has
flared up again in Palestine af-
ter an interval of about six
months during which there was
comparative quiet jn the coun-
try. Explosions occurred late last
night in the center and outskirts
of Tel Aviv, in the German set-
tlement of Sarona and near the
central police station in Jaffa.
No casualties have been reported.
The new wave of terrorist ac-
tivities came on the heels of a
statement issued by Palestine
police in which they charged
'"there is still a section of the
population which is interested in
promoting discord in the coun-
try." The police said that com-
munication lines and govern-
ment property have been sabot-
aged in recent days and that
leaflets warning people to keep
away from all government build-
ing have been widely circulated.
The leaflets are usually a pre-
lude to bombings.
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
RE-ELECT
D. LEE
POWELL
COUNCILMAN
June 5. 1945
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
or 22 years a successful Miami Beach
businessman with a keen understanding of
* needs and problems of Miami Beach.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
ZUKERNICK TALKS TO
RALLY CROWD AT M. B.
In addressing a rally throng of
nearly 700 person gathered last
night under the auspices of the
Miami Beach Democratic Asso-
ciation at 4th and Washington
Ave., Council Candidate Harry
Zukernick declared "As I have
previously stated on several oc-
casions, I am not a politician and
if elected, I shall be the council-
man for all the citizens of Mi-
ami Beach, the landloard and the
tenants, hotel men and mer-
chants, tourists and home own-
ers, not any special group or
groups. I have given unselfishly
of my time during the last ten
years to numerous civic and
charitable organizations. The
voters may be sure that when
elected I will be in a position to
serve them in even grater meas-
ure than ever before."
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.
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THEM LIFE IN PALESTINE WITH THE HELP OF U. P. A.
The fisherman of today and the fisherman of
tomorrow in a new fishing village in the Jewish
National Home. Hundreds of Jewish men and women
and children are living by and off the sea in Pales-
tine as a result of the development of the fishing
industry through the aid of the United Palestine
Appeal. Plans for continued progress in the new
fishing village* indicate that 2.500 people ran be
employed in fishing and allied pursuits. The financial
BEACH RAILWAY CO~
STARTS CAMPAIGN
assistance provided by the United Palestine Appeal
has established the new industry of fishing as one
of the stable factors in the economic expansion of
Jewish Palestine during the war years. With the aid
of the United Palestine Appeal, large numbers of
refugee* rescued from Naii Europe will find new
life and new hope in the Jewish National Home, with
the ea as the source of their livelihood. ._..-
With the slogan, "Let's be
Patriotic Let's Not Travel
. This Summer Let's Vacation
in Miami Beach," the Miami
Beach Railway Co. has launched
a campaign to get the people of
Dade county to spend their sum-
mer vacations right here at the
famous beach resort.
A chief point stressed in the
campaign is the patriotic appeal
of the government and the rail-
roads to citizens to refrain from
travel. There will be more mili-
tary travel from now on due to
redeployment of troops follow-
ing V-E Day.
The campaign will include ad-
vertisements in papers, colored
display posters on all Miami
Beach Railway Co. busses, post-
ers for store window and counter
displays and billboards in Miami.
CLUB TO BECOME
ACTIVE AGAIN
The Men's Club of Temple Is-
rael, which has been inactive
since Pearl Harbor, called a
meeting of its former member-
ship Wednesday evening to re-
vitalize the organization. Plans
were made to continue the com-
munity work in conjunction with
Temple Israel that had to be
abandoned with the bulk of the
membership entering the armed
services and taking on vital war
work in other communities at
the inception of the United
States in World War II.
Herbert U. Feibclman acted as
temporary chairman in the ab-
sence of Harold B. Spaet, former
president of the organization.
Election of officers was held
and those chosen were: E. Max
Goldstein, president, Stuart Gor-
don, Milton Slote and Henry
Wolff, vice presidents; Dr. Al-
fred Augustine, treasurer, and
G. L. Mendelson, secretary.
Together with a board of di-
rectors consisting of Dr. Lawr-,
j ence Adler. Dr. Sanel Beer,
I Jerome Cohen, Louis Gillman,
Herbert U. Feibelman, Al Green,
Henry Hirsch, Max Holtsberg,
Arthur S. Kahn, J. Gerald Lewis,
Joseph C. Orcn, Nat Roth, Joe
E. Salinger, Harold B. Spaet,
i Burghar Steiner, Samuel Tunick
j and Dr. Philip Weinstein, pledg-
ed themselves to carry out the |
activities.
Various committees will be se-
lected at the first meeting of the
board of directors to be held
; Monday, May 28.
Meetings of the general mem-
bership will be held on the third
Monday of each month and will
be interspersed with social and
cultural gatherings for the mem-
bers, their families and friends.
HIGH TRIBUTE PAID
TO MRS. ENGLER
EXTEND DEADLINE
FOR STATE CENSUS
The Florida legislature has ex-
tended the state census deadline
to May 31, it was announced to
Miami workers in a telegram
from W. Dewey Hilsabeck, chief
enumerator.
Four women workers who re-
opened census headquarters in
Central School Monday and
Tuesday when an initial exten-
sion was announced Monday,
said their telephones had been
ringing busily today with calls
from unrecorded stragglers or
those who were doubtful about
their status.
The telephone numbers are
9-1853 and 2-8140.
AUSTRIAN GIRLS CARE
FOR ILL JEWISH BOYS
Linz, Austria (JTA) Well-
fed, buxom Austrian girls are
being used to care for the thous-
ands of emaciated Jewish refu-
gees who have flooded this city
since last week. The girls, most
of whom expressed a disinclina-
tion to wait on the Jews, were
ordered into the hospital by sur-
geons of the U. S. 65th Division,
who are running it.
B'NAI B'RITHWnsS*
CLSE THE s^
Si E^l A^l
ucsuajr, may 29 at l "*l
freshments will 'he Jt ? M
music provided by MuSku*!
bers and their friSS^^M
admitted to the affair ^ >*.
charge. ReservationiJ*m
able Mrs. Alex rS. re a-l
Mrs. Alex % JjyjjlJ
Mrs. Harvey Herman J.g'1
Members of the aWL?
committee include u?w5*l
Gold, Mrs. JosepTBeS n H
Harvey Herman, MrsA1 V&
hen, Mrs Alex Richardson
Jerome Weinkle and Mn lt\
rome Freehling. R' Je 1
libermaiTholds"
ATTENDANCE RECOBdI
It was revealed this wV h.1
the Miami Beach Sun Zz\
S**i check of the zsti
the Beach city council attend I
ance records showed Marcitl
Liberman holds the record tel
having attended 73 consecutive!
council meetings since assumiMl
office.
Deserving tribute was paid t
the late Mrs. Minnie Bugler, whi
passed away several months age
when a fashion show, sponsore
by the Recreation Division, Dade
County Defense Council, on Mo-
ther's Day was dedicated to her.
"Ma" Engler organized and was
special mother and chaperon to
1.000 girls who make up the
particular Engler group now un-
der the direction of her daughter,
Ida. The late Mrs. Engler gave
several thousand hours of serv-
ice to the work of staging af-
fairs for the servicemen sta-
^F^onf5e^ndrSiore\
KOHANS
Paint and hardware store
Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes
Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools
Garden and Electrical Supplies
LOUIS ROHINSKY, Owner
4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
1^54026
ENGLANDER to
OPEN LAW OFFICES
Simon Englander, attorney,
announces the opening of his law
i offices at 420 Lincoln Road. Mi-
] ami Beach. Mr. Englander is a
member of the Florida and New-
Jersey Bar and formerly counsel
, to City of Newark. N. J.. N. J.
Water Supply Commission. He
has practiced law for 25 years.
Buy Bonds now. You are lend-
ingnot giving.
DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF
COUNCILMAN
Born in Pittsburgh. Pa. 1910. educated as an osteo-
phaBc physician and surgeon practices on Miami Beach
for six years.
Every man and woman on Miami Beach regardless
of creed should have a vital interest in their candidate as
it effects them personally.
I haye allowed my name to be presented so that the
people of Miami Beach may have the opportunity of elect-
ing 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-
tion for 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 TJL for one
year.
Holds a Master's Certificate issued by the United
States Coast Guard.
Your VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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^ ^
MRS. MINNIE ENGLER
tioned in the various military
units in the area, organizing the
group of girls serving as host-
esses at these affairs.
The fashion shows staged at
the Biltmore hospital in Coral
Gables and at the Opa Locka
Naval Air Station were arranged
by Miss Ida Engler and dedicat-
ed to her mother on Mother's
Day.
Audiences at both shows were
restricted to military personnel
and especially invited guests.
Outstanding models, both nation-
tl i t00k part- Son,<-' of
the models were from the group
of volunteer hostesses of the
Engler group Miss Engler has
hit her five thousand hour serv-
strong"' 3nd iS 'Stl11 *oin
VOTE FOR
W
. (BILL)
BURBRIDGE
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE
TO FETE ROSENTHAL
Felix Rosenthal, national sec-
retary of Workmen's Circle, will
be feted by the local group at a
banquet in the Workmen's Cir
cle Lyceum this Sunday before
LnTfr* f0I NeW York- Members
and friends are invited.
Talk can defeat-
Silence assure victory!
Freedom of speech does not
mean careless talk!
FOR
CITY COUNCIL
Ten years of Constructive Service as: aM
Beach City Councilman justifies anotriM ^


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^flAMi ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Gnatar Miami Jewih Federation
^ Th Jewteh WeMare Board Help U Keep Record of Our Mm in gerrice
SERVICE
PARADE!
vmond Kahn, first pilot
4 {Dor bomber, was re-
" a LlW ported missing
over China April
28, his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Kahn, 1135 S.
W. 6th St., have
learned.
Kahn graduat-
ed from Miami
Senior High
,( school here and
n attended the Un-
iversity of Mi-
ami a year be-
entering service.
Besides his par-
nts he leaves a sister, Shirley,
the home address.
Mortimer C. Burton, former
keudcnt of Burton Drug Stores.
Miami Beach, is here on
ve after serving eight months
mrseas as chief distribution of-
i for the United Nations Re-
and Rehabilitation adminis-
tration.
Burton was appointed in Aug.,
l943 by the Department of
State as field organizer for the
x of foreign relief and later
_ transferred to the Foreign
conomic administration. He
eaks five languages and had
I rank of assimilated major.
was attached to the Balkan
sion and served in Italy, Mal-
h Africa and Egypt.
here he and his wife,
j is a practising attorney, are
siting with Mrs. Burton's mo-
ier,Mrs. M. Krieger, 1114 Alton
, A son is in school in Calif-
T-Sgt. Max Borenstein. in the
my since Pearl Harbor, is ex-
ited to return to Miami Beach
ion and may be assigned to one
I the hospitals here. During the
foe with the First army he had
knee injured in a "traffic
i" at the front. He was hos-
Jnd in France, then taken
London, and several weeks.
i wrote his wife, Mrs. Dorothy
enstein, that he would prob-
. be transferred. Sgt. Boren-
lein saw service in Iceland and
. before going into Nor-
ndy with the First army on
y, last June. Before making
liami Beach their home Sgt.
Mrs. Borenstein resided in
Philadelphia, both being Temple
liversity graduates.
F/O Leonard Klaskow, 23-
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Klaskow of 28 Collins
Ave., has been awarded the air
medal for meritorious achieve-
ment while participating in sus-
tained operation flight missions.
Recently returned to the
States on the AAF's rotation
plan, he served with the Black
Spiders ninth fighter unit of
Brig. Gen. Earl W. Barnes' 13th
AAF fighter command as a radio
observer.
Klaskow has flown combat
missions in the Solomons and
New Guinea theaters. Prior to
returning to the States he was
stationed in the Netherlands
East Indies.
THEODORE R. SIMONS
IS NOW A CAPTAIN
Theodore R. Simons, now in
Germany with the 15th Army of
Occupation, has been promoted
to captain, it was learned here
this week. His wife, Jane, and
son Geoffrey Stuart, born two
years ago at Camp Gordon, Ga.,
Tech. 4th Gr. Max Weinar. 911
Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, has
returned from 30 months in the
European theater.
Corp. Phillip Becker. 227 13th
St., Miami Beach, has returned
from 30 months in the European
theater with the medical corps.
Firtt Lt. Edward Friedson.
former Miami Beach High school
football star, was wounded in
combat with the Marines on Oki-
nawa, his parents said.
After finishing high school, Lt.
Friedson was guard on the Rol-
lins college football team, enter-
ing the Marine Corps in July,
1943. He left for overseas duty
last September.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Max H.
Friedson, 353 Meridian Ave., he
has a brother, Belvin, recently
discharged from the Navy, and
another brother, Wilbur, student
at Miami Beach High school.
Master Sgt. Manuel A. Brom-
berg, 929 N. W. 26th Ave., has
won the Legion of Merit for
"outstanding meritorious service
as a war artist," according to his
citation.
Corp. Murray Miller, 21, held
aptive by the Nazis since last
Vember 21, is safe somewhere
i Europe with American forces,
iccording to a V-mail letter re-
ved by his parents, Mr. and
-s. Samuel B. Miller, 918 S. W.
|fourth St.
The letter bore Corp. Miller's
ne and the words, "Escaped
ner of War. United States
ny," in the upper left corner.
i telegram dated Washington
ay 21 and received by his folks
Jis week stated: "The chief of
laaff of the army directs me to
Iglorm you your son T/S Miller
Murray is being returned to the
I united States within the near
E2* and wiU De *iven an op-
portunity to communicate with
IJou upon arrival." The telegram
|*as signed J. A. Ulio, Adg. Gen.
Graduate of Miami Senior
KB sc.hool, and former student
I at the University of Florida. Mil-
lar entered service in February,
iSEl an? went overseas last
Id!* -He was taken prisoner
mg the battle of St. Vith in
J*g *? Herbert Jacobs, MI-
S' *% has been liberated
th u i German prison camp,
*ifMaluRed CroSs office has
I Jacobs -'S -W'fe' Mrs- Vivian
| Ave,
Jacob:
a H20 Pennsylvania
nSt law,"!*!?in sep-
i last a 2' and went overseas
RffPLB" was sported
I ng ln action Oct. 17, 1944.
WrS? H4- Gerald J. Green-
WlliS*,01 Mrs- R- Greenberg,
^'ch.gan Ave., has been lib-
wap, wh I 9erman Prion
nce Anrnreke has been held
RftUSfttt* Red Cross
PNI th? d hls mother. He en-
&SiteyaAir Forces
**iSrrmrnt over'
Captured in Germany last
Nov. 21, P*c. Jack Rubin. 21, has
been liberated from Stalag 2-A
and "at last is on the return trip
to the United States," according
to a letter from him to his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ru-
bin, 215 23rd St., Miami Beach.
"I have seen a lot, learned a
to love every square inch of
beautiful America," Pvt. Rubin
Graduate of Miami Beach
High school and former student
at the University of Florida.
entered service in February,
1942, and went overseas in Sep-
tember, 1944.
First Lt. Bernard Wasserman,
1405 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
who was shot down over Ger-
many last- June 1 on his 50th
mission, has been liberated from
a German prison camp.
A message, "Well and fit. Hope
to see you soon," has been re-
ceived by his wife, Rita, of the
Miami Beach address.
Lt. Wasserman, navigator m
the AAF, was a prisoner at
Stalag 3 until the Russian ad-
vance caused the removal of
prisoners to Stalag 7-A. Moos-
burg. __________________
Saga of a Torah
The Jewish Theological Se-
minary in New Yorkk City
receiyad a torah recently.
It was a torah that saw ac-
tion in this war. Originally W
home was in the Alsatian town
of Pfalxburg. The Nun had
Men fit to desecrate it there.
Later Lt. Benjamin Haupt-
man found it in a barn, where
its parchment was being used
to wrap refuse. He sent it to
America. ._
The torah has been torn be-
yond use. but it rests today.
, with a dignity befitting
history, in the seminary that
received it.
DECORATED
Colonel Julius Klein,< former
newspaperman of Chicago, has
been decorated with the Legion.to
Merit, according to an announce
ment from Pacific Ocean Area
headquarters. As port command-
er of a South Pacific base. Col.
Klein was cited for 'exceptional-
ly meritorious conduct in the per
formance of outstanding services
from July 8. 1943. to Jan. .
1945."
are residing with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rutstein,
4534 Post Ave., Miami Beach.
The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Simons, of this city, Capt. Sim-
ons, of this city, Capt. Simons
graduated from ROTC at Gaines-
ville and entered the army in
1941. Prior to going overseas,
he had seen service in 12 dif-
ferent camps throughout the
country.
ABOUT PASSOVER AS
OBSERVED IN INDIA
An all-time record crowd of
400 filled the ballroom of the
Imperial Hotel at India's capital,
Delhi's "Waldorf Astoria," the
first Seder, and about 300 on the
second Seder. This was more
than double of last Passover so
that the photographer was not
equipped for the occasion. The
crowd included about 250 Amer-
ican troops of the Delhi area,
and about 50 from around the
Taj Mahal, led by its chairman,
Capt. Benjamin Caron of De-
troit; also about 80 British
troops; about 10 WACIs, WAAFS
and Bene Israel officers of the
Royal Indian Navy; and about
10 civilians. The festival candles
were blessed by: Junior Com-
mander (WACI Capt.) Sally
Jacobs of Calcutta of Spanish-
Sephardic ancestry; WAAffa
Tobie Hirschbaum and Sunny
Rosen of London, England; and
bv the chaplain's secretary. Miss
Naomi Saul of Calcutta of Ira-
quian-Sephardic ancestry. The
traditional Four Questions were
chanted by a young, outstanding
British officer, Lt. Leslie
Greeme of London. Chaplain
Horowitz explained the feeler
symbols and was assisted with
the Hagadah portions by three
cantors: Pvt. Solomon Hopard
and Sgt. Jerome Loew of New
York and Sgt. M. Chester of
London; WAAF Tobie Hirsch-
baum and others also assisted
with Sedar melodies. Chaplain
George King. Catholic Chaplain,
of the Delhi area, spoke on be-
half of all Christian Chaplains
and represented Major General
w E R. Covell, Commanding
General of the India-Burma
Theater's Services of Supply. He
said in part, that last Pesach he
was all but a "rabbi" in Burma
where he had arranged for the
Sedarim, procured Matzohs and
wine through the Jewish We 1-
faU Board. He expressed his
hone that by inter-faith coopera-
R we"can win the peace as
we are winning the war.
W While Chaplain Horowitz flew
2 000 miles to Ceylon for ^
9nd Seder, Lt. Marvin Stern of
Passaic N. J., took charge at
New Delhi- Sgt. Arthur Mosco-
wite of Brooklyn officiated tor
S^WM "Tlirauendan^
Was 00 S night at Green's
Hotel or 100 per cent at each
Seder. Messages were read from
Admiral Lord Louis Mountbat-
ten and Deputy General Wheel-
er in the presence of the post
commander, Colonel Davis and
the post chaplain, Major H. G.
Elsam. The chaplain officiated
also at the Friday evening serv-
ice. On Sunday morning he met
with a group in another part of
Ceylon and in the evening he
officiated at Bangalore, and on
the following evening, Monday,
in Bombay. The Sedarim in
Bangalore were arranged in
Rubin Moses' Synagogue Hall,
and the food was strictly Kosh-
er. The Moses family is devoted
to home-hospitality for Jewish
troops, including Friday night
dinners in connection with serv-
ices. The Moses family is of
Iraquian-Sephardic origin. They
employ in their home a Shohet
and his wife from Cochin, who
prepare and serve Kosher food.
The Cochin Jews are darker than
the Bene Israel and are very
strict observers religiously. The
chaplain furnished Matzohs and
wine, though they also had In-
dian-baked Matzohs which look
like "chapatties." At Bombay,
Chaplain Horowitz addressed
about 150 British under Chap-
lain M. A. Lew at services on
the eve of the 7th Day Pesach
at the Sir Ellie Kadorie School.
At Karachi, he officiated the 8th
Day Pesach and Yiskor Services
as well as the following Friday
evening. His Sedarim at Karachi
were officiated by Cpl. Moses
Miller of New York, before a
record crow of over 325 includ-
ing American and British troops,
WACIs, Bene Israel and refu-
gees of the Polish Refugee Camp.
The First Seder was held at th
Garden of the Mayfair Hotel un-
der the open sky, and the Second
Seder at the Allied Cafe. Ar-
rangements were completed by
Lt. Harry G. Tane of New York
and Marcel Levy, JWB chair-
man at Karachi, formerly in
Germany. In a mountain resort
at Mussoorie some 30 men were
guests at Hakman's Hotel, where
both Sedarim were conducted
by Cpl. Lewish Shane of New
York. The chaplain supplied
Matzohs and wine; also to some
40 Jewish troops at a British
camp to enable them to hold
Sedarim. Thus, in addition to
the Sedarim personally arrang-
ed or conducted by the chaplain,
a number of Sedarim were held
"by remote control." His Pass-
over circuit of about 5,000 miles
were made on both American
and British planes. Characteristic
of both India-Burma and China
theaters was the absence of
Hagadahs and the shortage of
MANY RESERVATIONS
FOR DINNER-DANCE
Over 200 reservations have
been received for the dinner
dance sponsored by the Miami
Zionist District. The affair will
take place June 4 at 7:30 p. m.
in Lilley's Restaurant, 829 Bi|-
cayne Blvd. Proceeds will be
used for the Zionist cause.
Harry Gordon and Jerome
Weinkle, co-chairmen of the
event, have announced that a
special program of entertain-
ment has been scheduled, which,
together with the balance of the
program, will make the affair
exceedingly enjoyable. Reserva-
tions are being accepted by Mrs.
Myer Schwartz, 2-1864; Hyman
Sootin, 3-1589; and Beth David
Congregation, 2-1473.
FLORIDA RABBIS ASSN.
HAS ANNUAL MEETING
The Florida Association of
Rabbis held its annual meeting
in Tampa last Sunday and Mon-
day. Ten rabbis were present,
representing five Florida cities
and were tendered a dinner and
reception at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs. David Zielonka Sun-
day evening.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, Mi-
ami, and president of the state
Rabbinical Association for the
past three years, was again chos-
en to head the group. Other of-
ficers were also reelected.
Matzohs due to a "brain-short-
age," and probably "priorities."
JWB prayer-books and some old
Hagadahs of last year were im-
provised. Fortunately, the JWB
cabled $1,000 subsidy for the
Sedarim in time which was ap-
preciated by the men.
Sgt. Leo Reinhard, son of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Reinhard, 306 Eu-
clid Ave., serving as a technical
supply clerk with a P-47 fighter-
bomber group in the AAF, is
now stationed in France. His out-
fit moved up from Italy to
participate in the upper Rhine
offensive. In two years overseas
duty, his unit flew more than
3,000 missions in Africa, Sicily,
Corsica and Italy.
Lt. Herbert J. Hoppenberg, 22,
Infantry, of New Yor City, was
killed in action on Bougainville,
by a Jep sniper, when he left his
shelter to go to the aid of a man
in his company.
I Fighting for America
fiu Leon tiiehanz ms

.TV*"
JV;
m*
&:;-.**-:.-/'
^n
Riding a wildly charging/
tank during the battle 0ta
LEIPSIG, Pfc. SAM WOOLF, 20.
OF MTVERNON.N.Y. SAVED
HIS WOUNDED COMMANDING W
OFFICER BY GRIPPING HIM fe~^
WITH HIS LEGS WHILE^>fe^i.
CONTIN UIN G TO ^<^^?S\V^P/
FIRE AT THE J^^^or H
DISREGARDING
JAP FIRE TO RESCUE WOUNDED"
ON SAIPAN.UNARMED CPL.SOL.S.GREEN.MC?
26 OF LOSANGELES.SEEING UAPWITH GRENADE,
GRABBED A RIFLE AND
SHOT HIM.
RECD SILVER
STAR.
r
DARING AND SKILL WON BRONZE
STAR FOR CAPT MILTON BLUM,35, |
;N.YC.WH0 GOT THRU GERMAN
LINES IN ITALY AND DELIVERED
ESSENTIAL BATTLE MAPS TO OUR
ADVANCED FORCES.

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Miami Beach Council Candidates
fflPAXIa^
SAM GOLD
Two hundred workers, repre-
senting the South Beach division
of Sam Gold's campaign crew
met last week to plan activity
in
judge, is stepping up his cam-
paigning for a seat on the Miami
Beach city council in the June
5th election.
u. weeK 10 piw, acuvu, Spaet was bom in New York
n behalf of their candidate. The and graduated from the New
meeting was held at South Beach York University School of La,
headquarters, 1317 Washington where he was assoc a e editor
Avo A maatino nf thn North of the NYU Law Review.
Be^chtorke'fvvilfilso'beheld! I A member of the firm of Na- HERBERT A. FRINK
If any elector wishes to ask Jhanson, Oka & bpatt, ne saia Ht,,.i,eI.( a. Frink. member of
Sam Gold any questions pertain- j he would, as a councilman. M ^ Ml;imi Bt,ui,h city counCil for
ing to his campaign or the cam- I ever ready to advocate anything I ^ sjx wlU sland
paign in general he is invited to constructive to make Miami ( r,.cloction June 5.
visit either the main office at Beach a more beautiful and Residen, (lf Mlami Beach for
i manded the right to speak. Un-
I der the guise of a peace moye-
! ment this group was distributing
1 propaganda against the govern-
ment. Klein discredited the
speakers and concluded the
! meeting with a speech on Amer-
l Icanism which brought the audi-
ence to its feet with cheers.
The Kleins are active in such ;
organizations as the "Y," Knights
of Pythias, B'nai B'rith. Beth {
Jacob Congregation and numer-
ous civic projects and social af-
fairs.
1317 Washington Ave. or 525 41st healthful community of homes oa'yearsi Frink, a native Flor-
St. from 10 a. m. to midnight, he | for mv faml'y and yours. Rh.in tu.R.0 h.)S been 0icctcd
"Helping people has always! ,, DR. MAURICE KLEIN
been a hobby with me," the can- Dr; Maurice Klein Miami
didate explained yesterday. | Beacn ^pharmac^^and former ^ ^
Owner and operator of the
Vann Cleaners. Frink, 42. has
vice mayor and garnered the
highest number of votes in the
city's history during his cam-
Since residing here, he has
continued his activity in civic municipality, is a candidate for
affairs and is a member of the C1,v council.
Elks Lodge, Anglers Club. A veteran of the last war, Dr.
Presidents Round Table. B'nai Klcln m*4 to Miami Beach .in
fought vigorously for the build-
ing of a municipal auditorium,
city hospital, purchase of occan-
Nal 'nnferenre 'hris- I front ProPer,v, for Public parks,
tians ind Jew'besides heading LeI-Ion Pst- His wife is a form- | If elected, he hopes to spark the
the? nonprofit tenantsoreaniA VVAC and his son is in service, building of a youth recreational
Me non-profit tenants orgamza- Thcn. homp fa ^ ^ Jeffergon center and work for better mu.
Ave., Miami Beach. i nicipal lighting and needed rc-
Dr. Klein is perhaps best: paving of streets and sidewalks,
known for turning a meeting j Frink is a member of the Elks,
held by agents already under Masons, Scottish Rite, Shriners,
the scrutiny of the F.B.I, into a Odd Fellows, Kiwanis, Miami
patriotic rally. Klein forced his Beach Junior Chamber of Corn-
way into the assembly, and de-' merce.
ELECT
HARRY
ZUKERNICK
City Council
ATTORNEY AND CIVIC LEADER
10 Years Serving Community Interests of
Miami Beach
B'rith, the YMHA, Civic League,, ?33. an|,is a Past commander Ci
NTatinnal rrmfnmn f rhvic. i of the Miami Beach American fi
tion.
W. Pol. AdiJ
H. L. "PAT" PERDUE
H. L. "Pat" Perdue is a Flor-
ida cracker and was born in
Dania. A property owner of Mi-
ami Beach he lives with his wife
and son at 1744 West Ave. He
has been a resident of the Beach
for seven years and was a mem-
ber of the Miami Beach police
force for four of those years. A
candidate for the Miami Beach
city council his platform planks
include:
Better streets and sidewalks.
Fair and reasonable rent reg-
ulations, for tenant and landlord
alike.
Adequate pension system for
all city employ* i s,
More recreational facilities,
playgrounds. parks, bathing
beaches, public fishing piers,
rest rooms, first aid stations.
Improved street lighting.
Improved sanitation.
Improved sewerage disposal.
Increase in city garbage col-
lections.
Promotion of Alton Road, 41st
St., 71st St., as business areas.
Separate county for Miami
Beach.
Miami Beach postmark can-
cellation on all mails leaving
this city.
Every possible tax reduction.
All Out for the MIGHTY Jth WAR
DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
Dr. John M. Larimer, candi-
date for the Miami Beach city
council, announced his plans for
the post war aims. They in-
cluded:
Promotion of recreation facili-
ties for teen ages.
Planning to insure the inter-
ests of our service men and their
families.
Erect an exhibition building to
display products of local, north-
ern and South American manu-
facturers, and the creation of a
merchandising and clearing
house.
Promotion of Miami Beach as
a world fashion center.
Improve streets, sidewalks and
lighting.
Fight the Thompson Bill that
would consolidate the Greater
Miami area.
Increase Miami Beach as a
health resort and convention
city.
Secure an interchangeable bus
transfer system.
Support police and firemen's
pension adjustment bill.
Secure port of entry for Mi-
ami Beach.
HAROLD B. SPAET
Harold B. Spaet, Miami Beach
attorney and former associate
Air Conditioning
TAILORED TO FIT YOUR HEEDS!
Your postwar Air Conditioning system must be
tailored to fit the type of structure it is to serve
. whether home, hotel or theatre store,
church or office building.
Belcher Industries maintain a staff of Air
Conditioning consultants who, in addition to
their war duties, are prepared to plan your
postwar Air Conditioning system, according to
your particular needs, for
lowest possible operating
costs, maximum efficiency
and lasting service.
BELCHER
INDUSTRIES
A /'union o/
Belcher Oil Company
mi.u. EST*DLISHED l*is
MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES.$ FLORIDA
As soon as Victory permits delivery of Air
Conditioning equipment for civilian use, our
engineers will supervise its installation and
guarantee the desired results.
Come by one day soon with your architect and
consulting engineer and talk the matter over
with Belcher's Air Conditioning consultants.
By the way a deposit now will give you
first call on Carrier Air
Conditioning equipment
to be delivered as soon as
possible after V-E Day!
** DMIum fa Somth Ftcridm /
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1945
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P*f rae J. Idlwnoff _
n defeat of the Fair
!, urg?gt Practices Commis-
^"'Cresenta.vc Clare Hoff-
* faf woXd-Ved that the
don, Kepr
pan, last '
aU'Govcinment'Tnd ever-
? urely struck a familiar
hS Tie death of Nazism did
?f eSica'e Hitler's methods
"3 techniques. Fourteen years
i rrnnan Fascist propaganda
leT s impact despite
,intprncfi!i; educational meas-
ffSShci ^ wel1 known to
^iinnarv dements. They,
Ker kn that, antj"
SK can be utilized for po-
lSlpurposes.-to create divi-
ffmonsst the American peo-
BfiTemployinB Uu-medium so
gertiv used by Nazi-Fascists
P&Knerican people,, how-
,ver have come to recognize the
ulterior intent implicit in an at-
Sck upon miii''nty groups. They
have become increasingly aware
of anti-Semitism as a Powerful
device that may he used for the
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
I'd. rot. Adv.
RIVERMONT PARK
SANITARIUM
IM N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301
iMt care for chronic tick, convi
Meant iM elderly people
SA\EL BEER. M. D., Director
Reasonable Pricei
'.-ij 8eiiitiful Grounds^
destruction of the democratic
conaept. They now see more
clearly anti-Semitism as the all
important instrument of psy-
chological sabotage in this coun-
try.
It was not surprising, there-
fore, that the Congressman's ut-
terances prompted a humorous
and sardonic response on the
part of one of our Christian
friends, who had obviously had
more than his fine American
conscience could stand of Jew-
baiting. .
Commenting upon Hoffman's
rantings in the Unitarian Church
Bulletin, attorney James J. Mar-
shall said, "there is some jus-
tice in the feeling that Jews
tend to monopolize certain oc-
cupations. The Jewish Year
Book 1944-45 shows Jewish rab-
bis are exclusively Jewish." By
way of casting further ridicule
upon the German Representa-
tive's statements, Mr. Marshall
continued, "there is not a single
Reformed Presbyterian operat-
ing a kosher delicatessen on
Hester Street in New York City.
Jews have consistently refused
to become Episcopalian bishops."
Mr. Marshall concludes, "we
might pile fact on fact to show
their (Jewish) avoidance of typi-
cal 'American's endeavors such
as joining the Ku Klux Klan,
the Christian Americans or the
Deutsches Bund."

A most timely book has just
been published by Michael Say-
ers and Albert E. Kahn, authors
of "Sabotage," bearing the title,
"The Plot Against The Peace."
This should prove excellent in-
formative reading, particularly
in the light of the plans for last-
ing peace that are now being
formulated at Son Francisco.

Have you seen the latest inter-
faith unity billboard poster on
display at the Miami end of the
county causeway. It dramatically
and inspiringly depicts four
chaplains who courageously gave
their lives in this titanic strug-
gle for human equality.
Met** Swtluxt
Your Complete Department
Store With Quality
Merchandise
Washington Ave. at 13th St.
Miami Beach
And for ypur convenience
Morris Brother's New Ap-
parel and Accessory Store
70 E. Flagler St., Miami
ZUKERNICK WARNS OF
ABSENTEE VOTING
, Hf'Ty Zukernick, candidate
lor the Miami Beach city council
points out that voters who are
planning to leave the city prior
to the municipal elections on
June 5, may avail themselves of
the "absentee ballot" privilege
from now until June 2, inclusive.
Miami Beach's election laws
provide for registered voters a
period of 12 days, from May 21 ,
to June 2, to cast their ballots
at City Hall, if unable to vote
from their established voting
precincts.
Likening Miami Beach to a
big business enterprise, Zuker- i
nick declared that, "Miami Beach |
with its assessed valuation of
$188,000,000, is in a literal sense,
similar to a great corporation.
Both require astute and season-
ed executive management if they
are to grow and flourish.
"In counterpart, the council
body thus serves as a board of
directors, with the mayor its
chairman of the board. As such,
both require legal counsel to in-
terpret and advise on federal,
state and municipal statues as
they specifically influence and
affect each of their various op-
erations and policies.
"Accordingly, it is essential
that Miami Beach have among
its council an attorney, qualified
to furnish the legal conscious-
ness prerequisite to the formu-
lating and drafting of equitable
and progressive laws.
"For fifteen years I have been
a successful practicing attorney,
both in New York State where I
served as assistant deputy attor-
ney general, as well as on Miami
Beach, where during the last
ten years, I have worked hard
through various civic and charit-
able organizations to serve the
best interests of our community.
"This background and experi-
ence fit me ideally to serve Mi-
ami Beaeh as council man. If
elected, I can assure all of our
voters that I will be able to con-
tribute in far greater measure
to the welfare and progress of
our citizenry."
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
RENTALS LEASES SALES
Lots. Homes, Hoteli
Apt. & Commercial Bldgs.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold Etldg.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor
A Trustworthy Rea| Estate Service
605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868
INCOME TAX
BOOKKEEPING SERVICE
ATTRACTIVE RATES
WRITE OR PHONE
N. A. SERVICES
P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florid
Phone 9-2903
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. Gilbreath Paint Co
PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5105
When You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
LEO EISENSTEIN
REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479
Dependable, Conscientious Service
SERVICE LEAGUE
MET LAST MONDAY
NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION
101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. Lobby Entrance
. 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
The Miami Service League met
at the Y.M.H.A. last Monday
and completed plans for their
installation luncheon to be held
June 4 at the San Juan Restaur-
ant, 2436 S. W. 8th St., at 12:30
p. m. Mrs. Henry Green, chair-
man, is being assisted by the
Mesdames Louis Wolfe and
Harold Cohen.
Mrs. Maurice A. Saeger will
install the following officers:
Mrs. Murray Koven, honorary
president; Mrs. George Chertkof,
president; Mrs. Henry, Kauff-
man, first vice president; Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, second vice presi-
dent; Mrs. William Weintraub,
treasurer; Mrs. Edward Levine,
secretary, Mrs. Jacob Stone,
corresponding secretary.
Reservations may be obtained
from Mrs. Henry Green 2-55 /i,
Mrs. Louis Wolfe 2-3569, or Mrs.
Harold Cohen 4-6292.
MILTON KLEIN
Painting Contractor
No Job Too Large or Too Small
PAINTING PAPER HANGING
WATERPROOFING
PHONE 4-1920
FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN
Waterproofing-Painting by
Best Mechanics
CALL 3-5091
I. C. SMITH
376 N. W. 22nd St.
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
PHONE 3-2111
Life Insurance Estates
Authoritatively Programmed
NAT GANS
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907 Biscayne Bldg.
Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981
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Recognized by Medical Science as
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Tested and recommended by Dr.
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Eyebrows. Hairline. Legs and Arms
Also Treated
IRENE GOODMAN
530 Lincoln Road
Ph. 58-2997
You can'; quit now! You
must continue to buy Bonds, and
More Bonds!
i jjpnapin 'Sfc n-ov Srti
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
1520 S. W. 5th St.
Phone 2-7439
riliami
Made From Fresh Oranges
for Rest
CONVALISCEMCI
andCrlRONICCASEJ
'Sun-Ray Park
Health Resort
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
1236 Washington Avi.. Miami Uach
In Hew Yort 7Mh Si. Amsterdam An.
5-7777
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TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
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NEW MANAGEMENT
E. & J. EQUIPMENT CO.
926 N. MIAMI AVE.
MORRIS PONCHER AND
JOSEPH WEINBERQ, Mgrs.
Phone 3-4872
Buy More War Bonds.
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY"
ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED
MEMORIAL PARKS
SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP
ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE
Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami
Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes
For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434
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SOCfAL WORKERS MET
FOR LUNCH TUESDAY
Dade County Federation of
Social Workers held their
monthly meeting at the Y.M.
C.A. last Tuesday at which time
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, retiring
worker, was honored. Fifty-
three social workers were pre-
sent and represented thirty-one
welfare agencies.
Director of the Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, now the Jewish
Social Service Bureau, for over
thirteen years, Mrs. Rose was
among the first members who
was active in the Dade County
Federation when it was organ-
ized in 1939. She served as pres-
ident for the year of 1942 and
was on the state executive board
in 1943.
Mrs. Dorothy Myers, director
of the District Welfare Office in
Miami, presented Mrs. Rose with
an orchid corsage.
CO-CHAIRMEN
ISSUE STATEMENT
rSZSUPSM Congre*, Wom-
ens Friday Review, i:30 i>. m.
MONDAY, MAY 28:
American Jewish .ConffM* WM-
en's regular meeting dej'; weawi
Miami Army and Nvy 'mm't', ;
annual dinner and meet'" Jr'",
,,ie Israel, 8:80 i>. m.; Business> and
Professional Women's DlVi^on Of
Hadassah. Miami Bwchl, rejular
meeting. 8:ir, p. m.: Miami SerUce
League, Miami v 8: p. '
TUESDAY. MAY 29: .. ,,_
B'nal B'ritb Women of Sholem
Lodge, membership tea and '">':
1 i n Blackstone Hotel Gardens,
Federation annual board mMUnf.
Sunshine room, Ingraham Bldf., i
p. m<
WEDNESDAY. MAY 30:
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en !- ii.I meeting, 10-12 "'
THURSDAY, MAY 31:
Federation membership meeting,
Miami Beach Jew Ish Center, 8 p. m.
Rudy R. Adler and Mrs. Muriel
Hirsch, co-chairmen of the
Miami Beach Division of the
United Nations National Cloth-
ing Relief drive, this week is-
sued a final statement on behalf
of their efforts for the campaign.
A number of tons of children"s
wear, gloves, bathrobes, and fur
coats comprised just a part of
the vast storeroom of merchand-
ise that was contributed. Other
statistics, revealed when the gar-
ments were sorted, were: 1,400
men's suits, 3,894 men's over-
coats, 2,644 trousers, 1,849 men's
jackets, 4.411 men's shirts, 5.142
ladies' dresses, 1.012 ladies' coats,
8.066 pairs of shoes, 3,193 sweat-
ers.
The co-chairmen wish to thank
the many workers who assisted
them during the campaign and
cia] y thos< u he [..: ;n ar-
. :-.- .- irappin.fi
.- ;. ment th
.-:.
B
ellem
:
SHAPIRO PRESIDENT
OF CIVIC LEAGUE
Samuel W. Shapiro, attorney,
was nominated to succeed Sid-
ney S. Weiss as president of the
League of Miami Beach
at a meeting of the group Mon-
day night in the Strand restaur-
ant. He will be formally elected
on June 6. Also nominated with-
out opposition were the follow-
ing
Dave Emmer. first vice presi-
dent: James M. Albert, second
vice president: Edward Newman,
secretary: Garry Glalt. treasurer.
Five are to be selected from
the following nominees for the
hoard of directors: P. J. Davis.
Harrv Sirkin. Charles S. Tobin.
Abe "Eisenberg. I. S. Perse. Mil-
ton Dreyfuss, Herman D. Glas-
ser. Henry Green. Sam Rulter.
Five past presidents will be
I ver directors. They are Sid-
ney S. Weiss, Harrv Zaret, Dr.
ird Roth. Carl Gardner.
v Zukernick.
Buy More War Bands',
need is greater than ever.
The
Help to grew, process, con-
. share food. Demands
here and abroad require your
ai effort to stretch the na-
food supply.
Your Vote and Support to
CITY COUNCIL
Appreciated by
H. L. (Pat)
PERDUE
Over 4 Years a
Miami Beach Police Officer
Served in U. S. Navy
v.lewlstncrknan
DEBBS IN MOTHER'S
DAY PROGRAM
DEBBS Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Girls held a Mother's Day pro-
gram May 8 at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Preceeding the entertain-
ment, a regular business meet-
ing was held and reports ren-
dered by committee chairmen
The program, arranged by Miss
Anita Power and her committee,
included readings by Irene
Jacobs and Muriel Auslander.
songs by Libby Arkin, and a
quiz program in which the mo-
thers participated. Fathers ana
members of the B nai Brith
Women's Auxiliary were also in-
vited- A
On Tuesday, the group feted
its president, Miss Elyse New-
man, bride-elect of Seymour
Gladstone. BM 1/c, with a show-
er and dinner held at the home
of Mrs. Milton Friedman, 1350
S. W. 12th St.
The organization plans to in-
augurate a membership drive in
the near future. Information for
joining the DEBBS may be had
by contacting Miss Libby Arkin,
1219 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach.
EDWARDS RE-ELECTED
TO HEAD MIAMI TYPOS
Allan J. Edwards was re-elect-
ed president of Miami Typo-
graphical Union No. 430 for a
third term. Others elected were
Pat Byrd. vice president; Ed-
ward Hudson, secy.-treas.; Ros-
coe Glenn, recording secy, and
Robert Rainey. sgt.-at-arms.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
FRIDAY. MAY 25,
LINCOLN ROAD ASSN.
IN ANNUAL MEETING
Annual meeting of Lincoln
Road Association, Inc., was held
Friday.
Officers of the organization
are: August Geiger, president;
Sam G. Mayer, secretary; F.
Lowry Wall, treasurer.
Directors include the officers
and P. H. Arthur, Benjamin E.
Bronston. Moses Ginsberg, Dr.
Morris Goodman, E. D. Keefer,
Arthur Lindau, Harry Sirkin.
W. N. Urmey, owner of the
Urmey hotel, and Andrew G.
O'Rourke, manager, were honor-
ed by the Pan American league
at a luncheon last week. Cita-
tions will be presented to both
men reading "for outstanding
service to the cause of inter-
American friendship and under-
standing." The citations are be-
ing awarded for hospitality to
visitors from the other Americas
during difficult wartime condi-
tions.
Oil! Oil! Oi
I
Humble*, big new well eta,
In hut week. Price, of aMlby
acreage will advancs but I
can still sell you 640 acre*
$10 per acre, if you wil. hurfr
Full mineral right and ixam^
title.
M. A. LYONS
Seybold Building
3-1493
As you read the casualty lists
stop and think. You might keen
a 2?% 2ff the list h* becoming
a blood donor. *
ADELINE LITTMAN AND JENNIE SEIDEN
Announce they are now open for the eighth season
of the
DUNCRAGGAN INN
Situated in the beautiful Blue Ridge
Mountains of Hendersonville
HORSE BACK RIDING, SWIMMING, GOLFING, TENNIS
For reservations and further information
Phone Hendersonville 9132 or write Box 1029
r Miami Beach Democratic Association
Urges All its Members
and Friends to
VOTE and help ELECT
HERBERT (Herb) FRINK
D. LEE POWELL
HARRY ZUKERNICK
to CITY COUNCIL
JOSEPH M. ROSE
President
HAROLD TURK
Vice President
MAX M. SINGER
Executive Secretary
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Miami Ice Cream & Dairy Company Now Becomes
FOREMOST DAIRIES
A Statement by
The Christiansen Family
Founders of the Miami Ice
Cream & Dairy Company
Afl pioneers in the dairy In-
dustry in Miami wo are proud of
our reputation for quality dairy
products and Rood service over a
period of many years. We have
now merged our company with
Foremost Dairies, secure in the
knowledge that our long-estab-
lished customers will receive the
same fine dairy products, the
same good service we have given
you since 1912.
We sincerely recommend Fore-
most Dairies and Foremost milk,
Ice cream and dairy products to
all our friends in Miami.
A Statement by
Foremost Dairies
We announce with pride our
merger with the Interests of the
Christiansen family. To all cus-
tomers and friends of the Miami
Ice Cream & Dairy Company we
pledge same high standards of service
and quality to which you have
been accustomed.
We expect to make no major
changes In operation or personnel.
Temporarily we will retain the
familiar Miami ice Cream & Dairy
Company brand which will grad-
ually be replaced with the Fore-
most trademark.
Dr. A. W. Ziebold. our vice president in charge
of operations, will direct our Miami plant
FOREMOST DAIRIES
17 N. W. Fourth Street Phones 3-5727 3-5728
WE BELIEVE IN THE SOUTH
DINE IN COMFORT AT THE
STRAND RESTAURANT
Washington Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach
OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED
i| mlii He M.itmL'i'im-nl nf llir ItrhtMMl OutlrM f Muff
Telephone 58-2979
RE-ELECT
HERB
HERBERT A.
'-" FRINK
YOUR
COUNCILMAN
Paid P* *#L
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PAGE ELEVEN
In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship
.ruPLE ISRAEL, Refoi
JffrS.....
Reform, 137 N.
ik services
r^j1baum will
liar Mltivah of 8.
',','; of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving --------
rTU cHOLOM CENTER. Con-
BEIH. 76t 41st St.. Miami Beach.
NE2S21 dtocontlnued for the sum-
_Servl<>' '> { ri.||gious school
*"': '"' Am'ii.-M- show will be pre-
gondw. AchUdren of the school.
!*"t will ^'wnnleu and honor
the close of the Rervlce by members
of the Congregation |n celebration
of the birth and Itrls of a son of
Itabbl and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff
Mrs. Rose Hayes Is chairman. Shalos
Seudoa at 7:30 p. m. Dally school
from 4 to 7 p. in. Registration for
summer school sessions at office
from 4 to 8 p. m.
BBS'S rivei to the children.
jggXSJ^ served-
CTH JACOB CONGREGATION,
HE5. 311 Washinuton Ave.. Ml-
0rt-h0BMCh--r-iiilay evening service
!"!..,,, m Saturday morning serv-
at .-'in ii in. Saturday morning
IcMi?m it MO. Rabbi Moiea Met-
SSSPJli Breach and Cantor Maur.
tfSmSJrSm chant. A Kiddush
'd rtSothinenti will be served at
LISTEN TO
"Palestine
Speaks"
Over
WK AT
(1360 on Your Dial)
Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. in.
Saturday morning services at 8:30
a. m. Mincha at 7 p. m., followed bv
Schalos Seudos and Maariv. Schaarel
/5edek Talmud Torah, 1645 S. W. 3rd
St.Friday evening services at 7:30
p. m. Saturday morning services at
8:30 a. m. Junior services at 10:30,
all conducted by the juniors. Rabbi
Simon April will Bpeak on "Evil
Thoughts. Refreshments will be
served by the Liftdiee' Auxiliary. Min-
cha service at 7 p. m., followed by
Schalos Seudos and Maariv. Sunday
School picnic Sunday, May 27, at
Matteson Hammock. AH children are
to be the Talmud Torah at 10 a. m.
sharp.
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER, Conservative,
1415 Euclid Ave.Kabbalas Shabbas
at 7:15 Friday evening. Saturday
morning services at 9 a. m. Rabbi
Irvino Lehrman will preach on the
Weekly Portion of The Uw. Cantor
Emanuel Barkan will chant. Bible
class 5:45 p. m. Mincha 6:45 followed
by Shalos Seudos at 7 p. m. Maariv
at 8 p. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION,
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Friday evening services at 7 p. m.
Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Fried-
man will officiate.
OBITUARIES
MAX L. PEARL
Max L. Pearl, 50, died Sunday at
his home. 300 21st St., Miami Reach.
He came from New York City seven
years ago, and Is survived by his
wife Mrs. Dorothy Pearl. Miami
iJeach, and a son, Howard, USA. The
body was sent to New York City by
Riverside Memorial chapel.
MARK SIMON CHASSAY
Mark Simon Chassay. 68, of 2372
Alton Road. Miami Beach, died last
week. He came here four and a half
sears ago from South Africa and was
a retired Investment man. Surviving
al'e,.',he ,wl>ow, Mrs. Rita Chassav,
or Miami Beach; three sons, Arthur
( hassay and Alex Chassay, both of
South Africa, and Jacques Chassay
Of Miami Bearh. and a daughter,
Mrs Helen Fuerst, of London, Eng-
land. Funeral services were conduct-
ed Monday In the Riverside Mtmorial
chapel, followed tiy interment in
.Mount Nebo cemetery-
MAX ESKIN
Funeral services for Max Eskln.
44. Miami Beach grocer. 1352 Euclid
Ave., were held Monday at Riverside
Memorial chapel, with burial In Mt.
Nebo cemetery. He came here one
year ago from Jacksonville. He is
survived by his widow.
ISAAC QREENMAN
Isaac Greenman, 75. 1250 Pennsyl-
vania Ave., Miami Beach, retired
real estate operator, died Tuesday in
a hospital. He came from New York
City seven years ago, and Is survived
by his wife. Mrs. Esther Greenman.
Miami Beach; three sons, Sol. Santtiel
and Charles, New York City, and two
daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hlrsch and
Mrs. Freda Geller, New York City,
where the body was sent by River-
side Memorial chapel.
TOP SOIL
MUCK AND MARL
We Spread Bitter Blue Sod
All Work Guaranteed
Prompt Service
PHONE 3-6933
Beware of complacency. When
the war news is good, redouble
your efforts on the home front.
Set an example your boy can be
proud of.
BEACH ZIONIST CLUB
HOLDS MEETING
The Miami Beach Zionist
Club held its last meeting of the
season Wednesday in the Strand
Restaurant. Rabbi Leon Kronish
of Temple Beth Sholom, was
guest speaker.
Join the nursing staff of a
veteran's hospital if you are a
graduate nurse but ineligible fdr
the Army Nurse Corps. The need
is urgent, to care for the 7,600
veterans of this war entering
hospitals monthly.
FEDERATION SELECTS
HILLEL DELEGATES
Salvage every scrap of paper.
One old envelope per day from
each American will make 1,500,-
000 blood plasma containers.
G. I. Joe Always
Comes Through
The campaigns in Africa, Sicily, Italy, France and Germany
bear testimony to his unfaltering courage and thoroughness.
Tarawa. Saipan, Iwo lima and Okinawa testify to his capacity
and willingness to give, and give again, for freedom your
freedom.
Back the
MIGHTY SEVENTH
And you back our fighting men in the battle of Japan against
the toughest and most ruthless enemy in the world!
DADE COUNTY'S QUOTA FOR THE
SEVENTH WAR LOAN IS $27,746,000.00
Buy the
BIGGEST BOND
YOU CAN POSSIBLY AFFORD
Between January 1st, 1942, and April
30th, 1945, patrons of the First Na-
tional Bank and its affiliates have
purchased $23,841,600.00 in War
Bonds and $37,485,800.00 in Treas-
ury Bonds, a total of
$61,327,400.00
101 E. FLAGLER ST.
liieMFSIIalionalBank
of Miami
EDWARD C. ROMFH, Pretident
LAURENCE ROMFH. Assistant to the President
ORGANIZED 1902
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Stick to your car pool.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, at a meeting of its
executive committee selected
delegates to represent the com-
munity on the Hillel Advisory
Council. This procedure is in line
wih the revised constitution of
the council.
Chosen were Mrs. Harry Gor-
don, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Carl
Weinkle, Monte Selig, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, Mrs. Myer Sch-
wartz, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Ben-
jamin Myers and Harry Corn-
blum.
Strictly Business
Administration
ELECT
SIDNEY H. ELLISON
TO
City Council
Paid pol. adv.
I
wttiaffi^
Again Biscayne
matches the finest rac-
ing greyhounds from
our nation's outstand-
ing kennels.
Again Bis cayne's
programs are planned
with the same high de-
votion to the ethics of a
great sport.
POST TIME 8 P.M.
10 RACES
NIGHTLY
DAILY DOUBLE
1ST AND 3RD RACES
QUINIELAS EVERY
RACE
ADMISSION ... 25c
No Minors Admitted
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TRACK
i' futurity
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\ihuss /
115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves,
TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE
Take Miami Transit bus No. 10 out to N. W. 7th Avenue and
103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Ave. to 107th Street; or
Opa-Locka bus out N. W. 7th Ave. to 115 Street. Free trans-
portation from these points to track.


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FRIDAY. MAY 25,
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How Many Boys From
OUR HOME TOWN
Won't Come Back?
NOBODY knows the exact number. Nobody. Rut
The number who do come backon their own two
feel instead of in ;i Bag-draped boxwill he in exact
proportion to the job w e do here at home.
For every minute lhal tee can help shorten tlie war will
mean more lives saved. (213 Americana Mere killed
in the final day of the last war. and 1.1 1 1 were wounded
before the 1 1:00 o'clock Armistice look effect.)
Now one way ;.'! of us cum help shorten the war is i.
tighten our belts and bu) more War Bonds. Yes, still
more. And .
li" you think you're buying all the War Bonds you are
able to, imaginefor a minutelliat it's after the
war .
. you're standing at the slalinn ... a hiineli of
home town boys, still in uniform, elimh off the train
. one of them kisses his wife and grabs his kid in
his arms .
. and then he turns io a young woman beside them,
a pirl who looks like his wife's sister, and you overhear
him say .
"Catherine, I don't Know how to tell you how sorry I
am it's such a shame about Joe ... it makes
me Bick all over when I think how he'd be here today
if the war had only ended a week sooner."
Thin!; it over. Can't you buy a few more War Bonds
to help end the war that week or month sooner? Sure,
it may mean giving up something, but what's that
compared to what they're giving up? And remember,
alwaysThe money you "can't spare" may spare a
soldier*a life!
KEEP ON
Grand National Importers
1st Trust Bldfl.
Sungas Company
Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.Ph. 3-3685
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
East Coast Fisheries. Inc.
360 W. Flagler St.
South Seas Hotel
1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Savoy Plaza Hotel
425 Ocean Drive
Stevens Markets
2201 N. W. 62nd St.- 7-3085
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.4-1685
National Produce Co., Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th Avt.
Beliord Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.
______ THE ATTACK]
This is an oflicial U. S. Treasury advertisementprepared under the auspices of Treasury Dep
Russian Bear Restaurant
929 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Richie Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th Ave.
Rainbow GardensFlorist
840 N.-E. 79th St.
Moore's Grocery
1462 N. W. 62nd St.
Loeb & Gottfried. Slaughterers
Red Road, Hialeah
K. Burns & SonJewelers
114 E. Flagler St.
E. Diamond & Son
Wholesale Novelties
513 N. Miami Ave.
Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock Co
1270 N. W. 11th St.
Shangri-La Restaurant
15 N. E. 3rd Ave.
George J. BertmanReal Estate
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Jean's Candy Shoppe
212 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Butler-Wilson Paper Co.
1336 N. E. 1st Avt.
Henry's Auto 4 Truck Parts
76 N. W. 14th St.
Seminole Bar
85 Hialeah Drive
Arldn-Prufert Construction Co.
Congress Building
Standard Wine & Spirits
47 N. W. 6th St.
Gordon's Women's Apparel Shop
DuPont Building
The Garden Restaurant
2235 S. W. 8th St.
o.
Florida'
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MAY 25, 1945
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'e your folding money
WAR LOAN
W^ar Bonds Pay Off In These Seven Ways:
| wme Government security backs your
J Bonds as backs the actual dollars you
| *> them.
1 el S100 at maturity for every $75
led now.
I* 9el Y" money back any time you
need it ... in the meantime you get safety
and steady growth.
You have a backlog to renew buildings and
equipment after the war.
Bonds will insure your children's school-
ing, or provide for your own security,
travel, retirement.
Bonds go into a national nest egg that will
help to assure post-war prosperity.
Bonds transform your love of home and
country into action you join personally
in the biggest, most urgent War Loan of all
the Seventh!
ng cuncil and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals.
Mm.
>Mkt
H. Katzii Grocery
378 N. W. 8th St.
Scott Motor & Salvage Co.
2320 N. W. 54th St.
Sheridan Food Market
415 W. 41it St., Miami Beach
North Bay Boat Co.
471 N. E. 79th St.
Miller's Restaurant
5801 N. W. 22nd Ave.
Sam's Sea Food Market
723 N. W. 20th St.
Alabama Poultry Market
1650 N. W. 7th Ave.
Martin Drug Store
7070 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Jack's Quality Market
5905 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Kinsman Landscape Co.
Normandy lile, Miami Beach
Kaler Produce Co.
1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Joseph Luzi Tailor
10 N. E. 3rd Ave.
Lora PackWomen's Apparel
639 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
Joe's Groceries & Markets
478 N. W. 14th St.
W. A. Glass
South Florida Produce
1260 N. W. 22nd St.
A. CatcaEugene Beecher N. Spiegelman
Triangle Fruit Co.
JimmyTonyLou
1200 N. W. 22d St. .
Corbitt Poultry & Egg Co.
1335 N. W. 7th Ave.
Adelman Pipe & Steel Co.
47 N. E. 25th St.
Paragon Paint Distributing Corp.
545 W. Flagler St.
Blue Martin Bar
518 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Cameron Awning Co.
121 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables
Texan Grill
98 S. W. 7th Street
Tick Tock InnRestaurant
2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Biscayne Laundry
231 11th St., Miami Beach
Tru-Fruit Company
207 N. E. 39th Street
Kurland Apartments
1622 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach
Eleanor's Women's Apparel Shop
174 8. E. 1st Street



PAGE FOURTEEN
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r
B'nai B'rith girls clubs in the axea joined together to present the HUM **"J^L
rersity of Miamf with American and Jewish flags. Pictured at the pr.sent.t,on '"" "J"*
from Lt to right: Berniece Semco. Ruth Bernstein. Cynthia Schwart, ~**3^E
Donna Feldman. Rabbi Albert Michaels, Mrs. Michaels. George Kantor. Beverly August. Hetty n
ris. Anita Goldman, Barbara Harris. Dottie Boss. Sydelle Unger.
BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS
MAYOR JOHN LEVI
Mayor John Levi, who has
never been defeated since he was
elected to a council seat 27 years
ago, thoroughly understands the
election to the council at the
election of June 5.
rector of the state athletic as-
sociation.
LOUIS F. (RED) SNEDIGAR
Two former mayors of Miami
Beach signed the qualifying pe-
tition of Louis F. (Red) Snedigar,
seeking the city council vacancy
to be created by decision of Val
C. Cleary not to stand for re-
SIDNEY H. ELLISON
Pledged to "a free and inde-
pendent representation com-
mitted to a strictly business ad-
ministration. Sidney H. Ellison,
Miami Beach public schools sup-
, I ervising principal, is seeking ,
variety of problems that nav e h Miami Beach city i election in the June 5th munici-
confronted the city since its in- d, election, it was revealed.
rSSSS^S aUempeinagtetoJ de" He has been active in civic I j. N. Lummus. Sr father of
vcffihi^iwrimnSwe matters. At Ft. Myers he was | pade County Tax Assessor J. N.
swamp into a commercial coco-
nut, avocado and vegetable pro-
ducing area, Levi induced the
1935 he received an American
Legion award for the greatest
late Carl G. Fisher to pour mil-1 community service, and was a
lions of dollars into the develop- i Kiwanian.
ment of the city into its present I Here he has been president of
status of a tropical paradise. | the Lions club, vice president of
Levi is a candidate for re-' Rod and Reel club, and is a di-
first president of the Jaycees. In Lummus, Jr., now on leave in
.AA" 1 _____1 Kaa A .--. ..lHl'in 1 1__________1 A-__B^_ n -, J A C>1 1 1>*
Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
the armed forces, and A. Frank
Katzentine, attorney and owner
of station WKAT, recently dis-
charged from the army with
rank of lieutenant colonel, are
the signators. Lummus was the
first mayor of Miami Beach.
Snedigar is appealing to voters
to cast ballots for five candi-
' dates to avoid the evil of "single
. shot" voting. His campaign
: slogan is "Elect Red Snedigar
and four other good men."
Friday night services at Beth
Israel Congregation were con-
ducted by Rabbi Carl N. Her-
man. Confirmation took place
with the following confirmed:
Jacquelyn Meyers, Barbara Kal-
mutz. Sylvia Leibovit. Stanton
Goldman, Morris Glazier. Re-
freshments were served to over
three hundred present.
B'Nai B'Rith Lodge held their
semi-monthly meeting Tuesday
night at Sher Memorial Hall.
Dave Katz, president, presiding.
Pvt. Stanley Metz will return
to Camp Wheeler, Ga., after
spending an eleven-day furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Metz, 212 South Sapodilla
street.
Exactly six months from the
day he was wounded in the left
arm by shrapnel on the French-
German border, Nov. 18, J. J.
(Skippy) Shepard received his
medical discharge from the Ar-
my.
Mr. Shepard, who was a ser-
geant with an antiaircraft artil- j
lery outfit in the 10th Armored
Division, attached to the 3rd Ar-
my, was discharged about 10 a.
m. Friday, May 18. at the Welch
Convalescent Hospital in Day-
tona Beach. The enemy shrap-
nel got him about 10 a. m. last
Nov. 18.
He was a communications
chief, and had been overseas
about seven months when he was |
wounded.
He and his wife, Mrs. Selma
Shepard, arc residing with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dratler.
at 100 Vallette Way.
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.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
Budweisei
TRADE MARK REO. U. '->. PAT. OFF.
EVERYWHERE
Distributed by
NATIONAL BRANDS
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage. In
business under the fictitious name of
Swafford Auto Parts at 1288 N. W.
62nd St.. Miami, Florida, intends to
register said nume with the Clerk of
the circuit "Court of Dade County,
Florida. HERgcHEI, SWAFFORD
Sole Owner
MIT-TON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
5/11-18-2.'. 6/1-8 _____________
NOTICE IW HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
' in business under the fictitious name
of J & M Equipment Co. (not Inc.)
successors to EC & J Equipment Co.
tnot 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.
MORRIS roNCHER
JOSEPH WEINBERG
MILTON' A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
.1/11-18-25 6/1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A 8872
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Morris Alpert holder of City of Mi-
ami 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-
braces the following described prop-
erty In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 12. Blk. 1. Palm Island. Record-
ed Plat Bk. 6. P. 54, Pub. Rec. Dade
Co. Fla., In the City of Miami Beach,
County of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of Kokomo Corp.
I'nless wild certificate shall be se-
deemed according to law, the properly
described therein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of June, 1946, which Is the 4th day of
June, IMS.
Dated this 2nd day of May. 1945.
. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By X* M. JOHNSON. D. C.
.-.'4-11-18-23
WILLIAM BURBRIDGE
William Burbridge, sponsor of
progressive municipal govern-
ment and pioneer developer, is
seeking reelection to Miami
Beach city council.
Since his election to council
in 1932. Burbridge helped solve
problems of municipal govern-
ment during the nation's depres-
sion years, and also aided in the
city's rise to a new era of pros-
perity. He was reelected three
times. In 1941, voters doubled
his term to four years.
One of Burbndge's first of-
ficial acts as a councilman was
the promotion of expense cur-
tailment and bond refunding. He
advocated and assisted in the '
adoption of a program of the i
lily's buying its own tax certi- I
ficates. The reserve funds ac- :
cumulated through this program
now amounts to $175,000. He be-
lieves this fund should be so '
increased that it will be suffi- j
(lent to tide the city over any '
business recession which might
occur with resultant reduction
in t;ix collections.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File 89575
Nellie is hereby given that Otto
Zinkel holder as assignee of City of
Miami Tax Certificate Numbered
'..v.", dated the 2nd day of June,
A.I). 1930. has filed said Certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for lax deed to Issue thereon
in accordance with law. Said Certi-
ficate embraces the following de-
scribed property, situated In Dade
County, Florida, to-wlt:
Lot I, Blk. 3. Grovcland Park. Plat
Book 6, Page 91, in the City of Mi-
ami. County of Dnde, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate Issued was In
Hi. name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law, tax deed Will Issue there-
on on the 20th day of June. A.D.
I94S,
Dated this 16th day of May, A.D.
1946.
E II. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Senl)
* By N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
:, 18-15 8 I-8-1B
LFAR
:rcame9Y' co
FOR THE BEST IN
DAIRY PRODUCTS
WEST PALM BEACH
MILKCREAMICE CREAM
AMBULANCE SERVICE
MIZZELL SIMON
MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach, Fla.
LEGAL NOTICL'S
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th
Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro
fnu ducts and Ice Cream.
MNJE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
Sffi" V!"'V ','"' fictitious name
FwAltlil MARKET at 2801 N W
Hi Avenue, Miami Florida, Intends
register said name with the Clerk
Uade County. Florida
J. J. ANN IS
THEATCHER AKNIS
I ERS A- HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
l^:'.. 6/1-8-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
V., ''""lerelal Che......al Products at
Dade i ounty. Fla. Intends to register
s;1,1'1 H!..... "M> Clerk of the Cl?-
<-uit c.urt f pade County, Florida.
Sole i iwner
SAMUEL A K \T7.
MARX FEINBERO
r,,.;VV/7''sV'''.o Ai'n|lcnt.
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to murage
"f LStaSS I'""'"- ,h- nctlUoWmSns
or I Hi,,,,,, Court Apartments at Til
Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach -
County?' JSrtET* CUrt of I*'"<-
jACOH SNE1DER
5/*5 m-iSS" BNBn>BR
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN' THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND K(IR DADE COUNTY.
I'I.' lit 11'A. IN PROBATE.
No. 18879
In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS
HOWE, I>......as.-il.
To All Creditor* and All Tcrsons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Paid Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims .me! demands which you. or
either t. of MILT) IN SILAS HOWE de-
ceased lit. of Dade County. Florida,
to the I!..,,. W. F. BLANTON, Coun-
ty Judge oi Dadi' County, and file
the same in bis office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication
hereof. Bald claims or demands to
contain the legal addreaa of the
claimant and to he sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or *ame will
be barred. Bee Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 16. A.D. 194S.
R. H. WISENBAKER,
As Administrator of the Estate
of MILTON SILAS HOWE. De-
ceased.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
."i/ll-25 6/1-8
FRIDAY, MAY 25,
eierk of the Circuit ..' le *ttktC
County. Flmlda. u,t Cour' St\S
UOL'IS PEari
MYERS & HEIMAN U ^^
Attorneys
V27 6/4-11-18-25
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of I.IBI'.V SPORTSWEAR at Sample
Room No 4. Roberts Hotel, 29-31
B W. 1st St.. Miami, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
'ounty, Florida.
.TACK LIPSON
MAX BERNSTEIN
MYERS HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicants.
-. -jr. i; i-v-i:,-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned, desiring to engage
STAr"i .','',',!. V1'.*; "<'"< name
in-n 0 .HHl.011 TORE NO. 2 at
MYERS l'^,SAN '
5/""'rs.fs app"cant
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Modem Sheet Metal Manufactur-
ers at 12J7 N E. 2nd Ave. Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOHN .1. SCHWARTZ
MINNIE SCHWARTZ
HILTON A KRIEHMAN
Attorney for Applicants
1/21 8/1-8-15-11
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY at
56 N E. 24th Street, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade Countv. Florida.
I. w. grf:en
LEON GREEN
ALBERT A. GREEN
JOSEPH ARAGO
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
.1/2.1 6/1-8-15-22
4^02, 4203. 4204 4211? I!,"*. UM
dated the ,lh j' '* and
has filed said Ije, titlca '' f & UK
flee, and has SS*^. In my #'

'tii,
B'ock 8 ocean ,.
Ol Miami '_.
floe,
tax
an
l.
ty. .
to wit:
Bdfhta, bi the"c,Kty or m^64,11 vn
of Dade, State 0f %Z^mi- Cm,
braced In Certificate. vWa' u S
assessment of ssM* > Th,
the said CtTtUieEr,J!!** mZ
name of Unknown Ued in th.
He^hts/m thX'o, Mte ,V|
of Dade. State of Florida'??" County
In Certificate No* ttS &**>**
ment of said properlv ,',Jhe "*
Certificate isLT^X"^ *
of Unknown. "" the nm,
J-*"- 17, Block S r,
Heights, in the aty if JB J*
of Dade, State of toS^S**
braced In Cert.flcute No oi K ea-
sessment of said prope'rtv LV"u'
said Certificate issued L^i" P
name of Unknown M ln the
HJSWk the'"^,- of IfSSfffJft
of Dade. State o Florid?' J.0"""
braced in Certificate .No ^sS &
assessment of ai,i iJM- ^
the said Ceitlflcate' IgtgSPSl fift
name of Unknown "** ln lh
assessment of said probertv 'Jc
l.e^nts.2m,nel'Syf,fMr,nCo^
CeerntiflcfSa'd PraPer,y < thT5
Unknown6 ;88UCdWaslnthe ">'
Lot 21, Block 8, Ocean View
HelKhts, In the City of Mlanfl" Countv
of Dade State of Florida. aTeJJ
braced In Certificate No. 4206 Th.
assessmetil of ...ll(| ,,., ,,v .'
said Certificate Issued wae In tt!
name of Unknown. '
sriiSL 23.- Piock 0c",n View
He ghts. n the City of Miami, County
? D-a'I?iS,a.,e ^t rtai, as embraced
in Certificate No. 4207. The assess-
I"e1...of 8al'1 Pr"I'erty under the Mid
( ertirirate issued was In the name of
Unknown.
Unless tuld Certificates shall be
redeemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 31st day of
May, A. D. 1945.
,.gtad this 2.th day of April, A. D.
1945.
E. B. I.EATHERMAN.
Clerk Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By L. V- JOHNSON, D. C.
4/27 5/4-11-18-25
Buy More War Bonds.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457Acts of 1935
File A 8869
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Morris Alpert holder of State and
County Tax Certificate No. 367 Issued
the 2nd day of September, A.D. 1935.
has filed same In my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to
he Issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade, Slate
of Florida, to-wlt:
T ... ,11 I,It. o v*n..*ll..n 1.1-llllf.n t
deemed according to law, tfie prop-
erty described therein will he soil w
the highest didder at the Court House
door on the first Monday In the month
of June. I'M'., which is the 4th day or
June. 194.1. ....
Dated this 2nd day of May, It*
E i!. i.katiif:rman.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal, johnson p c.
1/4-11-18-2.1 ^________
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring "gj5
In business under the fictitious ntmj
of Pade Construction ComOKT* "J
Calumet Building;. Miami, Flor la "
tend to register said name with";
Clerk of the Circuit Court of W
County, Florida. ...oTfiFF
MURRAY KASTOFVV
WALTER A. TREPTE
.1/4-11-18-23 6/1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 17457-Acts of
File A 8994 |Mt
NOTICE IS HKTiEnV C. VEN
John William Hood holder oi 4;|J
and County Tax Certificate > D
Issued th 3rd day of Augus .
1936. has filed same In my o'^x dwd
has made application rdaCer,|flcai;
to be Issued thereon, saia )Dfd
embraces the '"ll""'"5 pade, State
property In the County of V
of Florida. Jo-wit: y gMM
It 12. Block 19. '' paKe W-
Addn.. a Sub., Plat Bg* sw,e of
In the County of Dade.
Florida. j,|d prP*E
The assessment of ,n the
under the said certificate
name of GarclOUsWJ Wn ,
Unless said certificate r0Pertv
deemed according to law. ,d to the
described therein '" "'court g
highest bidder at_ the ^ he gM
door on the first JW&gS & *
of June. 1945, which l
June. 194S., -ov ot Mtft-gg
Dated this 2nd ^fgttofr,,
ECleBrk ^ Si**
Dade County,
(Circuit Court J^.'joHN*)* D'
B/4-11-1I-W '


^AY^AYJS.
1945
* Jewish Florid Inn
PAGE FIFTEEN
-. Tpwish National Workers
PLTaiSk Branch 290. and
AJ'%ncer Women's organiza-
& ^Palestine Miami Beach
t,on Lr had a gala night on
ChaPn Tte presentation of two
Mafflates for the inscription
^ie Golden Book of the Jew-
\ Rational Fund at Palestine
^ made Those honored with
was maae. Mr and
& Hitman, and Mr and
!& Louis Marcus, for their
, .'itv and activities in these
Nations. Mrs. Lena Minses,
San o" .he Jewish National
ff for the organization in-
SSowl the recipients and re-
viewed their accomplishments.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman was the
guest speaker.
Participating in the program
with congratulatory remarks
were Ethel Dorff, chairman of
the Pioneer Women's Club No.
2, Mrs. H. Seitlin of Club No. 1,
Henry Seitlin and Mr. Polack
and A. M. Dorff led the com-
munity singing of Palestinian
songs. S. Ashkenzy, president of
the Jewish National Workers
Alliance acted as toastmaster.
SAFETY COUNCIL
LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN
With Dade county now hold-
ing the worst accident record in
the entire nation, the Dade
County Safety council launched
a four weeks' campaign to en-
list the cooperation of all citi-
zens in its safety program,
Charles E. Shay, president, an-
nounced.
A "Safety Week" starting June
11 will climax the drive to se-
cure support for the program
from industrial, business and
civic groups, as well as indivi-
duals. Plans include a parade and
special program in Bayfront
Park, similar to the one staged
a year ago by the council.
"Dade county has the unpleas-
ant distinction of holding the
No. 1 accident position for all
areas of its size in the entire
nation. It is the aim of the coun-
cil to reverse that position. How
quickly and how successfully
that can be done depends entire-
ly upon how much support the
council receives," Shay declared.
Sketch iKowi U. S. fighting
man digging foxhole under
fire on a Pacific beachhead.,
HOW DEEP WILlYOU DIG
the MIGHTY 7th WAR LOAN?
WAR LOAN
THIS YEAR, the 7th War
Loan has to raise just about
as much as was raised by two
loans up to this time last year.
You can see in the picture
above one reason why why
that boy and millions like him
must continue to have every ad-
vantage money will buy to do
the job and get home again.
War bond money buys food,
clothing, weapons and ammuni-
tion. War bond mooey buys
medical supplies and convales-
cent care. War bond money
belps bring him home faster.
That much for your con-
science ..
This much for your pockett
$4 for every $3 invested, at ma-
turity; guaranteed securitythe
same security that backs the dol-
lars you put into the bonds;
the world's best investment.
MERCANTILE NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI BEACH
420 LINCOLN ROAD JUDSON L. OWEN, President
fH>km efcfal U.S. Tr^ury ~,r*rH~n--r~r* anrfT fee -pfa- 1 Tr^ury D-p-rt^nl *t Mf t*~*>>* Co-ncfl
"The council has now been es-
tablished on a permanent basis
and will operate on a year-
around basis under the direction
of a full-time manager. Pro-
grams attacking accident prob-
lems in industry, homes, schools
and public places have been set
up, and will reduce accident here
through engineering enforce-
ment and education." he said.
The council, as a non-com-
mercial, non-profit organization,
is dependent upon public sup-
port for its operation Co-chair-
men Chester M. Wright and
Thornton M. Fincher will be in
charge of a committee to raise
$17,500 for the first year's bud-
get. Wright urged individuals to
support the safety program by
applying for dollar memberships
either in person or by mail at
the council's office in the Cen-
tral School building, 275 N. W.
Second St.
BLOOD BANK AID
IS PROMISED
Aid for the Dade county blood
bank in replenishing its supply
after recent heavy drains was
promised as the Blood Donors
Council elected three new of-
ficers and named six new direc-
tors at its annual meeting in the
Hotel Urmey.
Leroy W. Pritchard, president
of the Burdine's employes as-
sociation, was elected president
to succeed Jack Roberts. Charles
Shay was chosen vice president
and E. M. McConnell recording
secretary. C. Eliot Thomson,
treasurer, and Mrs. Grace Boet-
ner, executive secretary, were
retained in office.
Appointed to the board of di-
rectors were Roberts, W. B.
Price, Ed Lee, K. A. Veit, Den-
nis Renuart and A. E. Hannan.
BLIND WORKERS IN
MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Annual membership drive of
Florida Association of Workers
for the Blind was launched this
week with an open house at the
Miami Lighthouse for the Blind,
601 S. W. Eighth Ave.
More than 300 volunteers
workers, representing civic,
fraternal, rejigious, business,
professional, patriotic and labor
organizations, will solicit mem-
berships during the drive, which
will end June 2.
The association is supported
entirely by memberships and
donations. Plans now are under-
way for expanding its industrial
program and to care for sight-
less servicemen. Miss Athene
Foster, executive director, said.
CENTER SISTERHOOD
IN REGULAR MEETING
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center held their
regular meeting at the Commun-
ity Center Monday evening at
which time the following of-
ficers were elected: Mrs. Joseph
M. Rose, president; Mrs. Irving
Lehrman, 1st vice president;
Mrs. Joseph Lipton, 2nd vice
president; Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff,
3rd vice president; Mrs. Samuel
Oka, financial secretary; Mrs.
Arthur Klein, recording secre-
tary; Miss Lillian Danziger, cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Sam-
uel Friedland. treasurer.
Under the direction of Miriam
Sirkin, a special Mother's day
program followed the election.
Mrs. Al Carl Spitzer spoke on
Mother's day from the stand-
point of the mother. Miss
Evelyn Shoroffsky, student at
the University of Miami, gave
the daughter's interpretation of
the meaning of the day. The
Bialik Choral Society under the
leadership of Cantor Barkan
rendered vocal selections.
WASTE PAPER TO BE
COLLECTED SUNDAY
Members of the American Le-
gion and the Auxiliary Police
will man city trucks in collec-
tion of waste paper on Sunday,
May 27. Mrs. Charles A. Youngs,
chairman of the Beach division,
announced.
Bundles of waste paper should
be placed at the curbs for the
pickup, she added. In cases
where residents cannot get the
paper to the curb, Mrs. Youngs
said, truck crews will come in
side and get the bundles, if resi-
dents will telephone in advance
to the collection depot, 5-3561.
Collection will also take place
in Miami.
Keep on Buying War Bonds
and Stamps.
Remember, soldier, the only
secret is the one never told!

A military secret
Is your security
Let's keep it!
Think, act. be American!
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
proxlmately 10,*00 Mien
nnamlde. The required
other B Complex Vitam
, According to the beat
authorities, the mini-
mum daily A,Dand B
Complex Vitamin re-
quirements of the aver-
age person are: ;
A 4,6m USP Units, D
m usp unite, kTsjs
USP Unite B2 2,00*
Microerama, end ap-
8,100 Mlcrograms Nlco-
- required amount* for
----------Complex vitamins have not
yet been established.
(Many people de not get enough of
these essential Vitamins. DO YOU1)
Why not play safe by taking
ON E-A- D A Y brand
eaZT mf WTAMIN TABLETS
* fcjch ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and
D Tablet contains 25% more of tho
cod liver oil vitamins than the mini.
B^.o^recommended quantity.
Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin"**
Complex Tablet contains full mini-
mum daily requirements of Vitamins
Si *2d 3j*S 10'000 Mlcrograms of
Nicotlnamide together with a sub-
tentiai amount of other B Vitamins.
> ?" you buy Vitamins, compare
? -DAY Tablets conform to
---- -- vuiuurm K
veragw human requirements.
- -^Monable the cost
tnemat year drug store.
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F
TO HEAD YOUTH OF
STATE OF FLORIDA
Milton A. Friedman was chos-
en chairman of the temporary
committee of the reorganized
state B'nai B'rith Youth Com-
mission. This newly-formed
group replaces the former state
AZA committee and will com-
prise all youth activities for boys
as well as girls throughout the
state. Other members of his com-
mittee, designated at the meet-
ing of the state B'nai B'rith ex-
ecutive committee held last Sun-
day at Orlando, were Morrice
Uman, Tampa; Abe Glass, Tal-
lahassee; Nat Shorstein, Jack-
sonville; and Harold Turk and
Louis Heiman, Miami.
The executive committee, in its
reorganization, approved the en-
gaging of a full-time B'nai B nth
youth activities director .for the
state, with headquarters in Dade
County. Other action taken in-
cluded the approval of a full-
time Hillel director for the Uni-
versity of Florida; increase for
the Hillel budget from $11,250 to
$15,000; approval of a free
scholarship for students doing
the most on behalf of inter-faith
on the campus, one to be
awarded at each state Hillel
foundation, toward which the
state organization will allot $300.
The invitation of Daytona
Beach Lodge was approved and
the annual slate Labor Day con-
vention will be held in that city.
The executive committee,
meeting took place in the San
Juan Hotel, with Mr. Uman pre-
siding in the absence of Nat,
Shorstein, president. Representa-
tives of nine out of the state's 12
lodges were present, and were
tendered a luncheon Sunday by
the Orlando lodge,
Tax evasion, hoarding and
Mack markets are a triple threat
to hold the line on the cost ol
living. Do your part to lick them.
wto/mx
^p7IOS.W.I2thAV.MIAMH
LlH. 3-343LJ
"YOUR JEWISH
FUNERAL HOME
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
DAIRIES ANNOUNCE
MERGER SATURDAY
Merger of the Miami Dairy and
Ice Cream Co., with Foremost
Dairies and plans for construc-
tion of a large new dairy plant
at N. W. Fifth Ave. and Jbth Ol.,
were announced Saturday.
Paul E. Rcinhold of Jackson-
ville, president of Foremost,
made the announcement and re-
vealed that his company already
lias taken over the Miami con-
cern's plant at 17 N. W. Fourth
St., where operations will be
maintained for the present.
Erection of the new building
will begin as soon as easing of
war restrictions permits, he said,
to serve "the vastly larger Mi-
ami of the future."
Dr. A. W. Ziebold, Foremost
vice president in charge ol oper-
ations, will direct the Miami
plant,
Reinhold announced no major
changes will be made in the or-
ganization of the Miami com-
pany. C. A. Babcock has been
named manager of the plant and
Lee Walters, a member of the
family that founded the com-
, hat I i en made sales and
advertising manager. Hoy Earn-
est, Miami attorney, is a vice
president and Dade county coun-
sel for Foremost
Buy War Bonds and Stamps.
WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT
THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN
JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES
Information Gladly Fu'nuhed on Rcqucit
SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI
Exclusively Jewish
f HOUR
U"f;CSlKMPS
VAOtBUM
ASK FOR
FARM HOME
PICKLES
A Product of
Manhattan Pickle Co.
Distributed by
Florida Provision Co.
1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 8-6141
Pearl Bros.
WELCOME TO THE
OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT
Serving Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner, From 7 A.M. to 12 P.M.
Specializing in Seafoods and the Finest ol Meats
Under New Management of U. G. Cane
Gth Ave. and S. W. 8th Phone 2
BY MAIL
AND GET A
Liberal Dividend
ON YOUR INSURED
SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Save Safely
Save Easily
Write For
Complete Details
ask for
KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
at your
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
THIS LABEL
Insures Your Health
U. S. Gov't. Inspected
Demand It!
1111 Lincoln Road
i Block East ol Alton
CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
DELICIOUS SALAMI
WEINERS
CORNED BEEF
PASTRAMI
Kosher Zion
Sausage Co.
CHICAGO
If You Are in Need of Kosher
Zion ProductsCall
Florida
Provision
v^0.5 Inc.
Operated by
Pearl Bros.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS
1725 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 2-6141
t>Oj
&Hr..
FRIDAY REVIEW SERIES
CLOSES GOOD SEASON
The Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will mark
the close of it ssuccessful "Fri-
day Review" series with a
luncheon at the Strand Restaur-
ant Friday, May 25, honoring its
reviewer, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein.
The committee on arrangements
is headed by Mrs. Max Meisel,
assisted by Mrs. Rose Weiss,
Mrs. Theodore Firestone, Mrs.
FRIDAY, MAY 25,
Rose Baskind, Mrer!/32**53
ball, andMrs Benif^eKim.
g keeping with g m,"h"5
of the occasion, Mm S'*1*
has chosen to sneak J^^io
Bemelman's 'The |w nLud*l
, Those unable S USi&he-
luncheon, which win k ?d tl>e
12:30 p. >J mVSJt ?eld 5
program, scheduled for >" *
Reservations mav h t !' *
ealling 5-7253, BJyfcj
MUSIC BOX OPERATORS
24 HOUR SERVICE ON MUSIC BOX MOTnS'
EXPERT APPLIANCE REPAIRS
DOTHAN ELECTRIC CO.
1172 W. FLAGLER ST. PHoNE 2.mo
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.
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrief
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
IN THE HEART OF
AUGUST BROS Rv
Is the BEST.' *-
n
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
DADE FEDERAL
Saunas cmd&anefa***0*1*1
OF MIAMI
45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE
JOSEPH M. LIPTON...PRESIDENT

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^AY^AYJS. 1945 Jewish Florid Inn PAGE FIFTEEN -. Tpwish National Workers PLTaiSk Branch 290. and A J'%ncer Women's organiza& ^Palestine Miami Beach t,on Lr had a gala night on ChaP n Tte presentation of two Ma ffl a tes for the inscription ^ie Golden Book of the Jew\ Rational Fund at Palestine ^ made Those honored with was maae. Mr and & £ Hitman, and Mr and !& Louis Marcus, for their .'itv and activities in these Nations. Mrs. Lena Minses, San o" .he Jewish National ff for the organization inSSowl the recipients and reviewed their accomplishments. Rabbi Irving Lehrman was the guest speaker. Participating in the program with congratulatory remarks were Ethel Dorff, chairman of the Pioneer Women's Club No. 2, Mrs. H. Seitlin of Club No. 1, Henry Seitlin and Mr. Polack and A. M. Dorff led the community singing of Palestinian songs. S. Ashkenzy, president of the Jewish National Workers Alliance acted as toastmaster. SAFETY COUNCIL LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN With Dade county now holding the worst accident record in the entire nation, the Dade County Safety council launched a four weeks' campaign to enlist the cooperation of all citizens in its safety program, Charles E. Shay, president, announced. A "Safety Week" starting June 11 will climax the drive to secure support for the program from industrial, business and civic groups, as well as individuals. Plans include a parade and special program in Bayfront Park, similar to the one staged a year ago by the council. "Dade county has the unpleasant distinction of holding the No. 1 accident position for all areas of its size in the entire nation. It is the aim of the council to reverse that position. How quickly and how successfully that can be done depends entirely upon how much support the council receives," Shay declared. Sketch iKowi U. S. fighting man digging foxhole under fire on a Pacific beachhead., HOW DEEP WILlYOU DIG the MIGHTY 7th WAR LOAN? WAR LOAN T HIS YEAR, the 7th War Loan has to raise just about as much as was raised by two loans up to this time last year. You can see in the picture above one reason why why that boy and millions like him must continue to have every advantage money will buy to do the job and get home again. War bond money buys food, clothing, weapons and ammunition. War bond mooey buys medical supplies and convalescent care. War bond money belps bring him home faster. That much for your conscience .. • This much for your pockett $4 for every $3 invested, at maturity; guaranteed security—the same security that backs the dollars you put into the bonds; the world's best investment. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH 420 LINCOLN ROAD JUDSON L. OWEN, President fH>km efcfal U.S. Tr^ury ~,r*rH~n--r~r* anrfT fee -pfa1 Tr^ury D-p-rt^nl *t Mf t*~*>>* Co-ncfl "The council has now been established on a permanent basis and will operate on a yeararound basis under the direction of a full-time manager. Programs attacking accident problems in industry, homes, schools and public places have been set up, and will reduce accident here through engineering enforcement and education." he said. The council, as a non-commercial, non-profit organization, is dependent upon public support for its operation Co-chairmen Chester M. Wright and Thornton M. Fincher will be in charge of a committee to raise $17,500 for the first year's budget. Wright urged individuals to support the safety program by applying for dollar memberships either in person or by mail at the council's office in the Central School building, 275 N. W. Second St. BLOOD BANK AID IS PROMISED Aid for the Dade county blood bank in replenishing its supply after recent heavy drains was promised as the Blood Donors Council elected three new officers and named six new directors at its annual meeting in the Hotel Urmey. Leroy W. Pritchard, president of the Burdine's employes association, was elected president to succeed Jack Roberts. Charles Shay was chosen vice president and E. M. McConnell recording secretary. C. Eliot Thomson, treasurer, and Mrs. Grace Boetner, executive secretary, were retained in office. Appointed to the board of directors were Roberts, W. B. Price, Ed Lee, K. A. Veit, Dennis Renuart and A. E. Hannan. BLIND WORKERS IN MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Annual membership drive of Florida Association of Workers for the Blind was launched this week with an open house at the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind, 601 S. W. Eighth Ave. More than 300 volunteers workers, representing civic, fraternal, rejigious, business, professional, patriotic and labor organizations, will solicit memberships during the drive, which will end June 2. The association is supported entirely by memberships and donations. Plans now are underway for expanding its industrial program and to care for sightless servicemen. Miss Athene Foster, executive director, said. CENTER SISTERHOOD IN REGULAR MEETING The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center held their regular meeting at the Community Center Monday evening at which time the following officers were elected: Mrs. Joseph M. Rose, president; Mrs. Irving Lehrman, 1st vice president; Mrs. Joseph Lipton, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Nat H. Hankoff, 3rd vice president; Mrs. Samuel Oka, financial secretary; Mrs. Arthur Klein, recording secretary; Miss Lillian Danziger, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Samuel Friedland. treasurer. Under the direction of Miriam Sirkin, a special Mother's day program followed the election. Mrs. Al Carl Spitzer spoke on Mother's day from the standpoint of the mother. Miss Evelyn Shoroffsky, student at the University of Miami, gave the daughter's interpretation of the meaning of the day. The Bialik Choral Society under the leadership of Cantor Barkan rendered vocal selections. WASTE PAPER TO BE COLLECTED SUNDAY Members of the American Legion and the Auxiliary Police will man city trucks in collection of waste paper on Sunday, May 27. Mrs. Charles A. Youngs, chairman of the Beach division, announced. Bundles of waste paper should be placed at the curbs for the pickup, she added. In cases where residents cannot get the paper to the curb, Mrs. Youngs said, truck crews will come in side and get the bundles, if residents will telephone in advance to the collection depot, 5-3561. Collection will also take place in Miami. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. Remember, soldier, the only secret is the one never told! A military secret Is your security Let's keep it! Think, act. be American! "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. proxlmately 10,*00 Mien nnamlde. The required other B Complex Vitam According to the beat authorities, the minimum daily A,Dand B Complex Vitamin requirements of the average person are: ; A 4,6M USP Units, D m USP unite, KTSJS USP Unite B2 2,00* Microerama, end ap8,100 Mlcrograms Nlco— required amount* for Complex vitamins have not yet been established. (Many people de not get enough of these essential Vitamins. DO YOU1) Why not play safe by taking ON E-AD A Y BR AND %  eaZT £m f WTAMIN TABLETS fcjch ONE-A-DAY Vitamin A and D Tablet contains 25% more of tho cod liver oil vitamins than the mini. B^.o^recommended quantity. • Each ONE-A-DAY Vitamin"** Complex Tablet contains full minimum daily requirements of Vitamins Si *2 d 3j*S 10 000 Mlcrograms of Nicotlnamide together with a sub%  tentiai amount of other B Vitamins. > &f you buy Vitamins, compare ?


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1945 vJenistincridHarj PAGE NINE P*f „rae J. Idlwnoff %  n „ defeat of the Fair !, urg ?„ g t Practices Commis^"'Cresenta.vc Clare Hoff* f a f woXd-Ved that the don, Kepr pan, last aU'Govcinment'Tnd ever? %  „ urely struck a familiar hS Tie death of Nazism did ?f eSica'e Hitler's methods "3 techniques. Fourteen years i rrnnan Fascist propaganda l e T s impact despite ,intprncfi!i; educational measffSShci ^ wel1 known to ^iinnarv dements. They, Ker kn that ant j" SK can be utilized for polSlpurposes.-to create diviffmonsst the American peoBfiTemployinB Uu-medium so gertiv used by Nazi-Fascists P&Knerican people,, how,ver have come to recognize the ulterior intent implicit in an atSck upon miii''nty groups. They have become increasingly aware of anti-Semitism as a Powerful device that may he u sed for the "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN I'd. rot. Adv. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM IM N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 iMt care for chronic tick, convi •Meant iM elderly people SA\EL BEER. M D., Director Reasonable Pricei '.-ij 8eiiitiful Grounds^ destruction of the democratic conaept. They now see more clearly anti-Semitism as the all important instrument of psychological sabotage in this country. It was not surprising, therefore, that the Congressman's utterances prompted a humorous and sardonic response on the part of one of our Christian friends, who had obviously had more than his fine American conscience could stand of Jewbaiting. Commenting upon Hoffman's rantings in the Unitarian Church Bulletin, attorney James J. Marshall said, "there is some justice in the feeling that Jews tend to monopolize certain occupations. The Jewish Year Book 1944-45 shows Jewish rabbis are exclusively Jewish." By way of casting further ridicule upon the German Representative's statements, Mr. Marshall continued, "there is not a single Reformed Presbyterian operating a kosher delicatessen on Hester Street in New York City. Jews have consistently refused to become Episcopalian bishops." Mr. Marshall concludes, "we might pile fact on fact to show their (Jewish) avoidance of typical 'American's endeavors such as joining the Ku Klux Klan, the Christian Americans or the Deutsches Bund." • • • A most timely book has just been published by Michael Sayers and Albert E. Kahn, authors of "Sabotage," bearing the title, "The Plot Against The Peace." This should prove excellent informative reading, particularly in the light of the plans for lasting peace that are now being formulated at Son Francisco. • • • Have you seen the latest interfaith unity billboard poster on display at the Miami end of the county causeway. It dramatically and inspiringly depicts four chaplains who courageously gave their lives in this titanic struggle for human equality. Met** S wtluxt Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for ypur convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami ZUKERNICK WARNS OF ABSENTEE VOTING Hf'Ty Zukernick, candidate lor the Miami Beach city council points out that voters who are planning to leave the city prior to the municipal elections on June 5, may avail themselves of the "absentee ballot" privilege from now until June 2, inclusive. Miami Beach's election laws provide for registered voters a period of 12 days, from May 21 to June 2, to cast their ballots at City Hall, if unable to vote from their established voting precincts. Likening Miami Beach to a big business enterprise, Zukeri nick declared that, "Miami Beach | with its assessed valuation of $188,000,000, is in a literal sense, similar to a great corporation. Both require astute and seasoned executive management if they are to grow and flourish. "In counterpart, the council body thus serves as a board of directors, with the mayor its chairman of the board. As such, both require legal counsel to interpret and advise on federal, state and municipal statues as they specifically influence and affect each of their various operations and policies. "Accordingly, it is essential that Miami Beach have among its council an attorney, qualified to furnish the legal consciousness prerequisite to the formulating and drafting of equitable and progressive laws. "For fifteen years I have been a successful practicing attorney, both in New York State where I served as assistant deputy attorney general, as well as on Miami Beach, where during the last ten years, I have worked hard through various civic and charitable organizations to serve the best interests of our community. "This background and experience fit me ideally to serve Miami Beaeh as council man. If elected, I can assure all of our voters that I will be able to contribute in far greater measure to the welfare and progress of our citizenry." REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES SALES Lots. Homes, Hoteli Apt. & Commercial Bldgs. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Etldg. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor A Trustworthy R ea | Estate Service 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 5-5868 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florid Phone 9-2903 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. Gilbreath Paint Co PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5105 When You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service SERVICE LEAGUE MET LAST MONDAY NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 101-102 Mercantile Bank Bldg. — Lobby Entrance 420 Lincoln Road — Miami Beach servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters? DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343 The Miami Service League met at the Y.M.H.A. last Monday and completed plans for their installation luncheon to be held June 4 at the San Juan Restaurant, 2436 S. W. 8th St., at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Henry Green, chairman, is being assisted by the Mesdames Louis Wolfe and Harold Cohen. Mrs. Maurice A. Saeger will install the following officers: Mrs. Murray Koven, honorary president; Mrs. George Chertkof, president; Mrs. Henry, Kauffman, first vice president; Mrs. Leon Kaplan, second vice president; Mrs. William Weintraub, treasurer; Mrs. Edward Levine, secretary, Mrs. Jacob Stone, corresponding secretary. Reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Henry Green 2-55 /i, Mrs. Louis Wolfe 2-3569, or Mrs. Harold Cohen 4-6292. MILTON KLEIN Painting Contractor No Job Too Large or Too Small PAINTING — PAPER HANGING WATERPROOFING PHONE 4-1920 FREE ESTIMATES GIVEN Waterproofing-Painting by Best Mechanics CALL 3-5091 I. C. SMITH 376 N. W. 22nd St. EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT GANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. • Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 'DRINK PLENTY OF HAIR REMOVED ripurc DELIVERS TO YOUR HOME 3-GALLO* BOTTLE ..'... Ue CASE OF SIX N tfABLE" BOTTLES .'...... ISe Plui Bottle Deposit PHONE 2-4128* 3 5CCC S LiUNSEb AND/MURED CoNmcroRs i 669 N.W.6ttSffL. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA l!"IBllllHIIIIHilllMIIl!IIHI|||Bllli Satisfaction Guaranteed MASON — CONCRETE & CARPENTRY Licensed and Insured 3-5539 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'; quit now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! i jjpnapin 'Sfc n-ov Srti Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 riliami Made From Fresh Oranges for REST CONVALISCEMCI andCrlRONICCASEJ 'Sun-Ray Park Health Resort RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Avi.. Miami Uach In Hew Yort • 7Mh Si. Amsterdam An. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE I1LLAC AMBULANCE 1944.0XYGEN EQUIPMENT I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It'i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producto" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street NEW MANAGEMENT E. & J. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. MIAMI AVE. MORRIS PONCHER AND JOSEPH WEINBERQ, Mgrs. Phone 3-4872 Buy More War Bonds. Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664, 4-5922 or 9-1434 M



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Je*lslin€>rliMa£_ I r B'nai B'rith girls clubs in the axea joined together to present the HUM %  *"££ J^L rersity of Miamf with American and Jewish flags. Pictured at the pr.sent.t,on '""£ "J"* from Lt to right: Berniece Semco. Ruth Bernstein. Cynthia Schwart, £~*£*3^E Donna Feldman. Rabbi Albert Michaels, Mrs. Michaels. George Kantor. Beverly August. Hetty n ris. Anita Goldman, Barbara Harris. Dottie Boss. Sydelle Unger. BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS MAYOR JOHN LEVI Mayor John Levi, who has never been defeated since he was elected to a council seat 27 years ago, thoroughly understands the election to the council at the election of June 5. rector of the state athletic association. LOUIS F. (RED) SNEDIGAR Two former mayors of Miami Beach signed the qualifying petition of Louis F. (Red) Snedigar, seeking the city council vacancy to be created by decision of Val C. Cleary not to stand for reSIDNEY H. ELLISON Pledged to "a free and independent representation committed to a strictly business administration. Sidney H. Ellison, Miami Beach public schools sup, I ervising principal, is seeking variety of problems that nav e h Miami Beach city i election in the June 5th municiconfronted the city since its in, d election, it was revealed. rSSSS^S aUem p e in a g te to J de" He has been active in civic I j. N Lummus. Sr„ father of vcffihi^iwrimnSwe matters. At Ft. Myers he was | p ad e County Tax Assessor J. N. swamp into a commercial coconut, avocado and vegetable producing area, Levi induced the 1935 he received an American Legion award for the greatest late Carl G. Fisher to pour mil-1 community service, and was a lions of dollars into the developi Kiwanian. ment of the city into its present I Here he has been president of status of a tropical paradise. | the Lions club, vice president of Levi is a candidate for re-' Rod and Reel club, and is a difirst president of the Jaycees. In Lummus, Jr., now on leave in .AA" 1 1 Kaa A .--. ..lHl'in 1 1 1 A-__B^_ n -, J A C>1 1 1>* Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative the armed forces, and A. Frank Katzentine, attorney and owner of station WKAT, recently discharged from the army with rank of lieutenant colonel, are the signators. Lummus was the first mayor of Miami Beach. Snedigar is appealing to voters to cast ballots for five candi' dates to avoid the evil of "single shot" voting. His campaign : slogan is "Elect Red Snedigar —and four other good men." Friday night services at Beth Israel Congregation were conducted by Rabbi Carl N. Herman. Confirmation took place with the following confirmed: Jacquelyn Meyers, Barbara Kalmutz. Sylvia Leibovit. Stanton Goldman, Morris Glazier. Refreshments were served to over three hundred present. B'Nai B'Rith Lodge held their semi-monthly meeting Tuesday night at Sher Memorial Hall. Dave Katz, president, presiding. Pvt. Stanley Metz will return to Camp Wheeler, Ga., after spending an eleven-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz, 212 South Sapodilla street. Exactly six months from the day he was wounded in the left arm by shrapnel on the FrenchGerman border, Nov. 18, J. J. (Skippy) Shepard received his medical discharge from the Army. Mr. Shepard, who was a sergeant with an antiaircraft artilj lery outfit in the 10th Armored Division, attached to the 3rd Army, was discharged about 10 a. m. Friday, May 18. at the Welch Convalescent Hospital in Daytona Beach. The enemy shrapnel got him about 10 a. m. last Nov. 18. He was a communications chief, and had been overseas about seven months when he was | wounded. He and his wife, Mrs. Selma Shepard, arc residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Dratler. at 100 Vallette Way. 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. ANHEUSER-BUSCH Budweisei TRADE MARK REO. U. '->. PAT. OFF. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage. In business under the fictitious name of Swafford Auto Parts at 1288 N. W. 62nd St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register said nume with the Clerk of the circuit "Court of Dade County, Florida. HERgcHEI SWAFFORD Sole Owner MIT-TON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 5/11-18-2.'. 6/1-8 NOTICE IW HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of J & M Equipment Co. (not Inc.) successors to EC & J Equipment Co. tnot Inc.) at 926 N. Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MORRIS roNCHER JOSEPH WEINBERG MILTON' A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants .1/11-18-25 6/1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 8872 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Morris Alpert holder of City of Miami 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 embraces the following described property In the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wit: Lot 12. Blk. 1. Palm Island. Recorded Plat Bk. 6. P. 54, Pub. Rec. Dade Co. Fla., In the City of Miami Beach, County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Kokomo Corp. I'nless wild certificate shall be sedeemed according to law, the properly described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of June, 1946, which Is the 4th day of June, IMS. Dated this 2nd day of May. 1945. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By X* M. JOHNSON. D. C. .-.'4-11-18-23 WILLIAM BURBRIDGE William Burbridge, sponsor of progressive municipal government and pioneer developer, is seeking reelection to Miami Beach city council. Since his election to council in 1932. Burbridge helped solve problems of municipal government during the nation's depression years, and also aided in the city's rise to a new era of prosperity. He was reelected three times. In 1941, voters doubled his term to four years. One of Burbndge's first official acts as a councilman was the promotion of expense curtailment and bond refunding. He advocated and assisted in the adoption of a program of the i lily's buying its own tax certiI ficates. The reserve funds ac: cumulated through this program now amounts to $175,000. He believes this fund should be so increased that it will be suffij (lent to tide the city over any business recession which might occur with resultant reduction in t;ix collections. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File 89575 Nellie is hereby given that Otto Zinkel holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered '..v.", dated the 2nd day of June, A.I). 1930. has filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for lax deed to Issue thereon in accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces the following described property, situated In Dade County, Florida, to-wlt: Lot I, Blk. 3. Grovcland Park. Plat Book 6, Page 91, in the City of Miami. County of Dnde, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate Issued was In Hi. name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed Will Issue thereon on the 20th day of June. A.D. I94S, Dated this 16th day of May, A.D. 1946. E II. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Senl) By N. C. STERRETT, D. C. :, 18-15 8 I-8-1B LFAR :RCAME9Y' co 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. LEGAL NOTICL'S SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring th Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro f nu ducts and Ice Cream. MNJE AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that •• undersigned, desiring to engage Sffi" V!"'V ','"' fictitious name FwAltlil MARKET at 2801 N W Hi Avenue, Miami Florida, Intends register said name with the Clerk Uade County. Florida J. J. ANN IS THEATCHER AKNIS I ERS AHEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants. l^:'.. 6/1-8-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name V., '•'""lerelal Che al Products at Dade i ounty. Fla. Intends to register s ; 1 1 1 H! "M> Clerk of the Cl?<-uit c.urt „f pade County, Florida. Sole i iwner SAMUEL A K \T7. MARX FEINBERO r,,.;VV/7''sV'''.o A i' n|lc nt. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road. West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to murage "f LStaSS I'""'",h nctlUoWmSns or I Hi,,,,,, Court Apartments at Til Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach County?' JSrtET* C Urt of I *'"<•jACOH SNE1DER 5/*5 m-iSS" BNBn>BR NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN' THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND K(IR DADE COUNTY. I'I.' lit 11'A. —IN PROBATE. No. 18879 In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS HOWE, I> as.-il. To All Creditor* and All Tcrsons Having Claims or Demands Against Paid Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims .me! demands which you. or either • Th, the said CtTtUieEr,J£!!** mZ name of Unknown Ued *• in th. He^hts/m thX'o, M te V| of Dade. State of Florida'??"• County In Certificate No* ttS£ &**>** ment of said properlv ,',„J he "*•• Certificate isLT^X"^ of Unknown. "" %  the nm, J-*"17, Block S r, Heights, in the aty if JB J* of Dade, State of toS^S** braced In Cert.flcute No oi K ea sessment of said prope'rtv %  L V" u said Certificate issued L^i" P name of Unknown M ln the HJSWk the'"^,of IfSSfffJft of Dade. State o Florid?' J. 0 """ braced in Certificate .No ^sS & assessment of ai,i „ !" i JM ^ the said Ceitlflcate' IgtgSPSl fift name of Unknown "** ln lh assessment of said probertv 'Jc l.e^nts. 2 m,ne l 'S y f ,fMr, n Co^ Ce e r n tiflcf„ Sa d Pr a Per,y <• thT5 Unknown 6 ;88UCdWaslnthe %  ">' Lot 21, Block 8, Ocean View HelKhts, In the City of Mlanfl" Countv of Dade State of Florida. aTeJJ braced In Certificate No. 4206 Th. assessmetil of ... ll( | ,„,., ,, v .' said Certificate Issued wae In tt! name of Unknown. sriiSL 23 .P iock %  0c n View He ghts. n the City of Miami, County ? D a 'I?i„ S,a ,e ^t !" rtai, as embraced in Certificate No. 4207. The assessI" e 1... of 8al 1 P r "I'erty under the Mid ( ertirirate issued was In the name of Unknown. Unless tuld Certificates shall be redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the 31st day of May, A. D. 1945. ,.gtad this 2.th day of April, A. D. 1945. E. B. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By L. VJOHNSON, D. C. 4/27 5/4-11-18-25 Buy More War Bonds. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 1935 File A 8869 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Morris Alpert holder of State and County Tax Certificate No. 367 Issued the 2nd day of September, A.D. 1935. has filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to he Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described pro pe rty in the County of Dade, Slate of Florida, to-wlt: T ... ,11 I,It. o v* n ..*ll..n 1.1-llllf.n t deemed according to law, tfie property described therein will he soil w the highest didder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of June. I'M'., which is the 4th day or June. 194.1. „ .... Dated this 2nd day of May, It* E i!. I.KATIIF:RMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal, JOHNSON p c 1/4-11-18-2.1 ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN that the undersigned, desiring "gj5 In business under the fictitious ntmj of Pade Construction ComOKT* "J Calumet Building;. Miami, Flor la tend to register said name with"; Clerk of the Circuit Court of W County, Florida. ...oTfiFF MURRAY KASTOFVV WALTER A. TREPTE .1/4-11-18-23 6/1 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457-Acts of File A 8994 |Mt NOTICE IS HKTiEnV C. VEN John William Hood holder oi 4;|J and County Tax Certificate >•• D Issued th 3rd day of Augus£ 1936. has filed same In my %  o'^ x dwd has made application !" r d a Cer ,|flcai; to be Issued thereon, saia )Df d embraces the '" ll ""'"5 pade, State property In the County of V of Florida. Jo-wit: „ y gMM It 12. Block 19. '' paKe WAddn.. a Sub., Plat Bg* •• sw e of In the County of Dade. Florida. j,|d prP*E The assessment of n the under the said certificate name of GarclOUsWJ Wn „, Unless said certificate r0P ertv deemed according to law. d to the described therein '" "'court g highest bidder at_ the ^ he gM door on the first JW&gS & of June. 1945, which l %  June. 194S., ov ot Mtft-g g Dated this 2nd ^fgttofr,, E Cle B rk ^ Si** Dade County, (Circuit Court J^.'joHN*)* D B/4-11-1I-W



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• 1 t. PAGE SIXTEEN F TO HEAD YOUTH OF STATE OF FLORIDA Milton A. Friedman was chosen chairman of the temporary committee of the reorganized state B'nai B'rith Youth Commission. This newly-formed group replaces the former state AZA committee and will comprise all youth activities for boys as well as girls throughout the state. Other members of his committee, designated at the meeting of the state B'nai B'rith executive committee held last Sunday at Orlando, were Morrice Uman, Tampa; Abe Glass, Tallahassee; Nat Shorstein, Jacksonville; and Harold Turk and Louis Heiman, Miami. The executive committee, in its reorganization, approved the engaging of a full-time B'nai B nth youth activities director .for the state, with headquarters in Dade County. Other action taken included the approval of a fulltime Hillel director for the University of Florida; increase for the Hillel budget from $11,250 to $15,000; approval of a free scholarship for students doing the most on behalf of inter-faith on the campus, one to be awarded at each state Hillel foundation, toward which the state organization will allot $300. The invitation of Daytona Beach Lodge was approved and the annual slate Labor Day convention will be held in that city. The executive committee, meeting took place in the San Juan Hotel, with Mr. Uman presiding in the absence of Nat, Shorstein, president. Representatives of nine out of the state's 12 lodges were present, and were tendered a luncheon Sunday by the Orlando lodge, Tax evasion, hoarding and Mack markets are a triple threat to hold the line on the cost ol living. Do your part to lick them. wto/mx ^p7IOS.W.I2thAV.MIAMH LlH. 3-343LJ "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN DAIRIES ANNOUNCE MERGER SATURDAY Merger of the Miami Dairy and Ice Cream Co., with Foremost Dairies and plans for construction of a large new dairy plant at N. W. Fifth Ave. and Jbth Ol., were announced Saturday. Paul E. Rcinhold of Jacksonville, president of Foremost, made the announcement and revealed that his company already lias taken over the Miami concern's plant at 17 N. W. Fourth St., where operations will be maintained for the present. Erection of the new building will begin as soon as easing of war restrictions permits, he said, to serve "the vastly larger Miami of the future." Dr. A. W. Ziebold, Foremost vice president in charge ol operations, will direct the Miami plant, Reinhold announced no major changes will be made in the organization of the Miami company. C. A. Babcock has been named manager of the plant and Lee Walters, a member of the family that founded the com, hat I i en made sales and advertising manager. Hoy Earnest, Miami attorney, is a vice president and Dade county counsel for Foremost Buy War Bonds and Stamps. WE OFFICIALLY REPRESENT THE MAJORITY OF NORTHERN JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Information Gladly Fu'nuhed on Rcqucit SERVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Excl usively Jewish f HOUR • U"f;C£SlKMPS VAOtBUM ASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 8-6141 Pearl Bros. WELCOME TO THE OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast, Luncheon, Dinner, From 7 A.M. to 12 P.M. Specializing in Seafoods and the Finest ol Meats Under New Management of U. G. Cane Gth Ave. and S. W. 8th £ Phone 2 BY MAIL AND GET A Liberal Dividend ON YOUR INSURED SAVINGS ACCOUNT • Save Safely • Save Easily • Write For Complete Details ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! 1111 Lincoln Road i Block East ol Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call Florida Provision v^0. 5 Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 t>Oj &Hr.. FRIDAY REVIEW SERIES CLOSES GOOD SEASON The Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, will mark the close of it ssuccessful "Friday Review" series with a luncheon at the Strand Restaurant Friday, May 25, honoring its reviewer, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. The committee on arrangements is headed by Mrs. Max Meisel, assisted by Mrs. Rose Weiss, Mrs. Theodore Firestone, Mrs. FRIDAY, MAY 25, Rose Baskind, Mrer!/ 32 ** 53 ball, andMrs Benif^eKim. g keeping with g m ," h "5 of the occasion, Mm S'* 1 has chosen to sneak J^^io Bemelman's 'The |w n Lud *l Those unable S U Si& he luncheon, which win K ? d tl >e 12:30 p. >J mVSJt ? eld 5 program, scheduled for >" Reservations mav h t !' ealling 5-7253, BJyfcj MUSIC BOX OPERATORS 24 HOUR SERVICE ON MUSIC BOX MOTnS' EXPERT APPLIANCE REPAIRS DOTHAN ELECTRIC CO. 1172 W. FLAGLER ST. PH o NE 2 mo 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. RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrief N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 IN THE HEART OF AUGUST BROS Rv£ Is the BEST.' *n 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 DADE FEDERAL Saunas cmd&anefa*** 0 1 1 OF MIAMI 45 NORTH EAST FIRST AVE JOSEPH M. LIPTON...PRESIDENT i^ESiEfiBi nHMB



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53Si=e %  %  J I M k t !'; PAGE TWO Jen is t ncrMku?_ PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steinberg and daughter, Ruth, are leaving today, Friday, for Savannah, Ga., to attend the unveiling of a memorial to the late Mrs. Judas Steinberg, mother of Harry Steinberg. They expect to be away about two weeks visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Swede. 3540 Pine Tree Dr., have closed their home for the summer and have moved into the Versailles hotel. They plan to stay until Dec. 1. Mrs. Swede has five brothers and a son-in-law in service. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Slote who were married in Miami on March third, and Mrs. Slote s mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Oren, of Miami Beach, were complimented this week with a dinner party given by parents of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote, 669 N. E. 74th St. BAR MITZVAH Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Tschaikowsky's Manfred Symphony $788 11 Does Dad like really good music? This Victor Red Seal album is one of Tschaikowsky's most famous works. It is performed by Fabien Sevitsky and the Indianapolis Symphony and would make a perfect gift for Father's Day. MIAMI STOKE. RECORDS, FIKTH FLOOR itncoLn Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Miller. 520 S. W. 22nd Rd., announce the Bar Mitzvah of their son, S. Gerald, at services in Temple Israel on Friday, May 25, at 8:15 p. m. BIRTHS Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff announce the birth of a son Saturday. May 19, at St. Francis hospital. The Bns will take place Saturday at 9:30 at Beth Jacob Congregation. Friends are invited. BRISM Brism for the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Segal, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zwibel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turk, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Feldman, and Mr. and Mrs. David Rayvis were held this week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiating. PERSONALS Miss Queenie Stella Machtei, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. Machtei, was among those graduating from Nurses Training School, Jackson Memorial hospital, at exercises last Friday night in the Women's Club. Miss Machtei is a member of the Cadet Nurses Corps and expects to be assigned to a U. S. veteran's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kenholz and daughter, Helene, will leave June 3 to spend the summer in New York and Saratoga. Mr. Kenholz will return prior to the High Holidays to open his Kosher meat market on Miami Beach. While away, he plans to make contacts to provide his patrons for the coming year. Buy More War Bonds. ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Heyman S. Berkman. 2444 FlSgo Dr. Miami Beach wife of the late Heyman S. Berkman. has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of ner daughter. Miss Carol Gail Berkman to S/Sgt. Irvin Peckett, n&s T BXnan is a .graduate of Miami Beach .Senior High school and of Florida State College for Women. Sergeant Peckett attended Tampa university before his enlistment in the army. WEDDINGS Mr. and Mrs Harry King are making their home at 3 5 2tn St, Miami Beach, following the* marriage May 2. The bride is the former Miss Betty Eisenberg of Asbury Park. N. J. Mr. King has been in Miami for six years, coming from New York. He is the owner of Todd and Todd and Budd's mens stores on Lincoln Rd. He is the son of Isaac King of Asbury Park. The bride is the daughter of Max Eisenberg of Asbury Park, where she was graduated from high school. Attending the wedding reception given at the Clover club were Mr. and Mrs. Al Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Eisenberg. the Misses Marilyn, Tina and Joyce Eisenberg, Sam Mandell, Isaac King and Miss Fredi Rubenstein. ^^_ OBITUARY UNVEILING The unveiling of a monument to the memory of Aaron Heiligman will take place at Mt. Nebo cemetery this coming Sunday at 1-30 p. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will officiate and arrangements are being made by the Gordon Monument Co. Friends are asked to be .present The unveiling of a memorial to the memory of the late Mrs. Lorayne "Midge" Cohen will take place Sunday afternoon. 3 p m. at Mt. Nebo Cemetery. Friends are asked to be present. Arrangements are under the direction of Gordon Memorial Chapel. ISAAC GREENMAN Isaac Greenman, 75, of 1250 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach died in a hospital Tuesday. He came to Miami seven years ago from New York city and was a retired real estate operator. Surviving are the wife, Mrs. Esther Greenman, of Miami Beach; three sons, Sol Greenman, Samuel Greenman and Charles Greenman, all of New York city, and two daughters. Mrs. Ethel Hirsch and Mrs. Freda Geller of New York city. The body was sent to New York city by the Riverside Memorial chapel. The family of the late MRS. REBECCA SHAPIRO wish to thank their many friends for the kind expressions of sympathy and condolence extended them during their recent bereavement. MORRIS SHAPIRO. Husband MAX SHAPIRO MRS. FANNIE PEPPER MRS. ANNA LEBOWITZ MRS. LILLIAN KESSLER MRS. JACK LAZARUS MRS. DORA BRICE Children. POWELL FOR COUNCIL ENDORSED BY BOARD D. Lee Powell was one of two candidates endorsed by the Miami Beach Board of Realtors in the coming council election, June 5. Powell greatly assisted in making Miami Beach one of the first cities in the country to inaugurate a postwar municipal improvement program. Last year, the city began extension and improvement of its sewage system, construction of a new water main over Biscayne bay and purchase of the Bayshore golf course. Approval of recent bond issues provide for offstreet parking areas, expansion of parks and playgrounds and construction of a convention auditorium and hospital. FRIDAY, M AY 25. BEACH TO CONDEMN FIRESTONEJSTATE Miami Beach city f at h ers to animously approved CouncL*" H. A. Frink's motion tolfi gin condmenation procepdin against the Firestone SSRSS ing Warner estate. au JomTaxpayers at the Beach o dorsed the proposal to purch^ the property at a recent el2 when they approved issuance f $1,000 000 in bonds to finale t h project. e The property includes the 7M foot Firestone estate extenri£= r Hh v f „1 4 H th i 31 '. and ftSS Creek and the adjoining 500-foot Warner estate, now owned by Samuel T. Haas. The movement to purchase th* property for use as a public park and bathing beach has been sparked for more than a year by several municipal organizations The city already has beeii named defendant in a suit filed by owners of the Firestone estate who seek re-zoning of the property to permit its use as a hotel site. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. GOOD TASTING Hungarian Kosher Dinners OCEAN VIEW KOSHER RESTAURANT 158 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach SERVING FOR 5 TO 8 P. M. 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pUPAY.MAY^i^i knisl lb,H, tr PAGE ELEVEN In the Greater Miami Hous es of Worship %  ruPLE ISRAEL, Refoi JffrS Reform, 137 N. IK services r ^j1baum will liar Mltivah of 8. ',',';„ of Mr. and Mrs. < !erald H Miiki will take place. Irving • • rTU cHOLOM CENTER. ConBE I H 76t 41st St.. Miami Beach. NE2S21 dtocontlnued for the sum_Servl<>' •' > %  „{ ri .||gious school *"': '"' Am 'ii.-Mshow will be pregondw. A !" c hUdren of the school. *" t will %  ^'wnnleu and honor the close of the Rervlce by members of the Congregation | n celebration of the birth and Itrls of a son of Itabbl and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff Mrs. Rose Hayes Is chairman. Shalos Seudoa at 7:30 p. m. Dally school from 4 to 7 p. in. Registration for summer school sessions at office from 4 to 8 p. m. BBS'S rivei to the children. jggXSJ^ served CTH JACOB CONGREGATION, HE5. 311 Washinuton Ave.. Ml0rt h0 BMCh--r-iiilay evening service •!"!..,„,, m Saturday morning servat .-'in ii in. Saturday morning ICM I?M it MO. Rabbi Moiea MetSSSPJli Breach and Cantor Maur. tfSmSJrSm chant. A Kiddush 'd rtSothinenti will be served at LISTEN TO "Palestine Speaks" Over WK AT (1360 on Your Dial) Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:30 p. in. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a. m. Mincha at 7 p. m., followed bv Schalos Seudos and Maariv. Schaarel /5edek Talmud Torah, 1645 S. W. 3rd St.—Friday evening services at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a. m. Junior services at 10:30, all conducted by the juniors. Rabbi Simon April will B peak on "Evil Thoughts. Refreshments will be served by the Liftdiee' Auxiliary. Mincha service at 7 p. m., followed by Schalos Seudos and Maariv. Sunday School picnic Sunday, May 27, at Matteson Hammock. AH children are to be the Talmud Torah at 10 a. m. sharp. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER, Conservative, 1415 Euclid Ave.—Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 Friday evening. Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Rabbi Irvino Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of The Uw. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant. Bible class 5:45 p. m. Mincha 6:45 followed by Shalos Seudos at 7 p. m. Maariv at 8 p. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION, Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.— Friday evening services at 7 p. m. Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. OBITUARIES MAX L. PEARL Max L. Pearl, 50, died Sunday at his home. 300 21st St., Miami Reach. He came from New York City seven years ago, and Is survived by his wife Mrs. Dorothy Pearl. Miami iJeach, and a son, Howard, USA. The body was sent to New York City by Riverside Memorial chapel. MARK SIMON CHASSAY Mark Simon Chassay. 68, of 2372 Alton Road. Miami Beach, died last week. He came here four and a half sears ago from South Africa and was a retired Investment man. Surviving a l' e ,.', he wl >ow, Mrs. Rita Chassav, or Miami Beach; three sons, Arthur ( hassay and Alex Chassay, both of South Africa, and Jacques Chassay Of Miami Bearh. and a daughter, Mrs Helen Fuerst, of London, England. Funeral services were conducted Monday In the Riverside Mtmorial chapel, followed tiy interment in .Mount Nebo cemeteryMAX ESKIN Funeral services for Max Eskln. 44. Miami Beach grocer. 1352 Euclid Ave., were held Monday at Riverside Memorial chapel, with burial In Mt. Nebo cemetery. He came here one year ago from Jacksonville. He is survived by his widow. ISAAC QREENMAN Isaac Greenman, 75. 1250 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach, retired real estate operator, died Tuesday in a hospital. He came from New York City seven years ago, and Is survived by his wife. Mrs. Esther Greenman. Miami Beach; three sons, Sol. Santtiel and Charles, New York City, and two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hlrsch and Mrs. Freda Geller, New York City, where the body was sent by Riverside Memorial chapel. TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 Beware of complacency. When the war news is good, redouble your efforts on the home front. Set an example your boy can be proud of. BEACH ZIONIST CLUB HOLDS M EETIN G The Miami Beach Zionist Club held its last meeting of the season Wednesday in the Strand Restaurant. Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom, was guest speaker. Join the nursing staff of a veteran's hospital if you are a graduate nurse but ineligible fdr the Army Nurse Corps. The need is urgent, to care for the 7,600 veterans of this war entering hospitals monthly. FEDERATION SELECTS HILLEL DELEGATES Salvage every scrap of paper. One old envelope per day from each American will make 1,500,000 blood plasma containers. G. I. Joe Always Comes Through The campaigns in Africa, Sicily, Italy, France and Germany bear testimony to his unfaltering courage and thoroughness. Tarawa. Saipan, Iwo lima and Okinawa testify to his capacity and willingness to give, and give again, for freedom — your freedom. Back the MIGHTY SEVENTH And you back our fighting men in the battle of Japan against the toughest and most ruthless enemy in the world! DADE COUNTY'S QUOTA FOR THE SEVENTH WAR LOAN IS $27,746,000.00 Buy the BIGGEST BOND YOU CAN POSSIBLY AFFORD Between January 1st, 1942, and April 30th, 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, a total of $61,327,400.00 101 E. FLAGLER ST. liieMFSIIalionalBank of Miami EDWARD C. ROMFH, Pretident LAURENCE ROMFH. Assistant to the President ORGANIZED 1902 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Stick to your car pool. The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at a meeting of its executive committee selected delegates to represent the community on the Hillel Advisory Council. This procedure is in line wih the revised constitution of the council. Chosen were Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Isaac Levin, Carl Weinkle, Monte Selig, Rabbi Max Shapiro, Mrs. Myer Schwartz, Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Benjamin Myers and Harry Cornblum. Strictly Business Administration ELECT SIDNEY H. ELLISON TO City Council Paid pol. adv. I wttiaffi^ Again Biscayne matches the finest racing greyhounds from our nation's outstanding kennels. Again Bis cayne's programs are planned with the same high devotion to the ethics of a great sport. POST TIME 8 P.M. 10 RACES NIGHTLY DAILY DOUBLE 1ST AND 3RD RACES QUINIELAS EVERY RACE ADMISSION ... 25c No Minors Admitted %  I TRACK i' FUTURITY 1 tiUCK \IHUSS / 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7th Aves, TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAYNE Take Miami Transit bus No. 10 out to N. W. 7th Avenue and 103rd St.; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Ave. to 107th Street; or Opa-Locka bus out N. W. 7th Ave. to 115 Street. Free transportation from these points to track.


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FRlDA y ( M AY25^945 = +Jenisi) fhrtcMom PAGE THREE AIRLINERS TO BE ON gJsPLAY MAY 27 r.iant airliners with which the ii? Transport Command hteral^•rricd the war to the enemy &. Z the map for the last four a lrs vv" be P o n display for %  &p inspection by the gencl i mihlic at Miami Army Air gSd'aSd-y. May 27 One of the features of the open L ?„ iiroeram at the field. Sm ATC's fourth birthday, K be the lineup of four-engine and twin-cnfiine ships of the f,l e which has been winging 1,-pr the oceans, mountains, junls and deserts of the world. often through curtains of enemy wound fire and formations of fiehter planes, on. the biggest JStion job of all time. Visitors will see the four-engine Douslas C-54B litter-bearing transport which has been flying into Miami Army Air Field in steady streams for months hrineing home the wounded from the battlefields of Italy. France and Germany via Casablanca the Azores and Bermuda. Flving back, the big plane hauls tons of high-priority war materials destined for lighting fronts from Europe to inner China. Army officers and officials of Pan American Airways and Eastern Air Lines, who fly for ATC under army contracts, will be present for the open house to give information on the various planes. Keep your ears open Also your eyes Down through the years You'll grow wise! DINNER IN HONOR OF MRS. ZAL IS' SO N Mrs. Joe Zalis, president of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Home for the Aged, will tender a dinner to 250 guests in honor of the birthday of her son, Stanley. The affair will take place at the Home, corner of 4th St. and S. W. 12th Ave., Sunday, May 27, starting at 6 p. m. All proceeds derived will be used for the Home's improvement. Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis, is a member of the U. S. Navy and has been in the South Pacific for the past two years. Mrs. Zalis, former president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Sisterhood, has actively served on committees for the bond and clothing drives, serves as an officer in the Easter Star and the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary, and is a member of numerous other organizations. The auxiliary which she heads has been running a series of affairs to raise funds for the Home and last Sunday staged a successful linen shower. The Home is now being decorated and refurbished and will be completed in time for the formal opening scheduled now for Sunday, June 17. At the dinner Sunday evening, Alfred B. Rosenstein, president of the Home, will be guest speaker and Gus Trau, vice president will render vocal selections. Rev. Maurice Mamches of Beth Jacob and Cantor Julius Rosenstein will head the list of artists to appear during the evening. Daniel Broad will serve as toastmaster. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. SOVIETS INCREASE PROPAGANDA Cairo (JTA)—Soviet authorities have recently increased their propaganda activities in the Arab countries, it is learned here. They are especially active in Iraq, Syria and Egypt, and editors from those countries have been invited to visit Russia. Soviet diplomats frequently attend sessions of the various parliaments and the Russian ambassador was the only diplomat to attend recent Egyptian army maneuvers. Meanwhile, Egyptian Minister of Finance, Makram Ebeid Pasha, speaking in the Chamber of Deputies, warned against the competition of Jewish industry and commerce in Palestine. Referring to the economic and commercial advantages which will evolve from the League of Arab States, Ebeid Pasha said that "I believe it to be my duty to warn the Arab countries — particularly Egypt—of what I expect and fear—powerful, unfair competition to our national industry from foreign industry which has been established in Palestine. I say foreign," he continued, "because our local Israelite brethren, born in our country, are our compatriots and have the same rights and duties as we." Comparing the income of farmers in various countries, Ebeid Pasha said that while the Jewish agricultural laborer in Palestine earns an average of sitxy pounds yearly, Arab farm workers in Palestine have an annual income of twenty-seven pounds, and those in Egypt twenty pounds. DON'T FAIL to join the hundreds of Miamians at the season's outstanding affair! ENJOY YOURSELVES at the Gala Dinner Dance given Ipy J TO BE HELD Monday Eve, June 4th STARTING AT 7:45 at Lilley's Restaurant 829 B1SCAYNE BOULEVARD Delicious Food Elaborate Floor Show EXCELLENT DANCE MUSIC $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 BEACH CANDIDATESS ADDRESS RALLY All candidates for the Miami Beach city council addressed a well attended rally of more than seven hundred last Tuesday evening sponsored by the Miami Beach Democratic Association. The association has endorsed three candidates for the city council of Miami Beach. The candidates selected by the group are Councilmen D. Lee Powell and Herbert A. Frink, offering for reelection, and Harry Zukernick. Joseph M. Rose, president of the recently expanded Democratic association, and Max M. Singer, executive secretary, said that an intensive campaign in behalf of the three thus favored will be conducted by the organization. FOUR QUEENS ARE CORONATED Four queens, representing the four local chapters of B'nai B'rith Girls, were coronated in the Lear School Sunday, May 20. They were Miss Norma Schwartz, ALS chapter; Miss Tobie Jacobskind, BZB chapter; Miss Theresa Fishman, BBG of Miami Beach, and Miss Hadassah Land, Gems of Miami Beach. Miss Dorothy Borenstein, president of the Women's Auxiliary, was guest speaker and presented the girls with gifts. '' 1 LAUDERDALE SERVICES Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron will deliver a sermon on the topic "Thrice-Blessed" Friday evening at Temple Emanu-El, Fort Lauderdale. ask yourself THESE QUESTIONS before Selecting a Plumbing Contractor "Has He HadExtensive Experience on Jobs Like Mine? Back of Markowiti Bros. ere 20 years of dependable service covering new installations, both home and industrial, remodeling and simple repairs. "Does His Plant Have All the Reauired Facilities? The Markowiti Bros, plant is most complete in every respect to properly eiecute any and all types of plumbing service. "Is His Location Convenient? Markowiti Bros, are located in the very heart of Miami proper with a service range covering South Florida. "Is His Organization Complete? Markowiti Bros, tta/f embrace! every requirement from plan, engineering, installation, maintenance to service. Has He Kept Abreast of Recent Plumbing Developments Markowiti Bros, are ever on the alert for the iecepted new developments. Research is a big factor in our system of operation. Can He Be of Special Help on My Job?' Markowiti Bros, plan and engineering department can solve your special problems at it has for many others. krkowikBros. H E A TING PLUMBING POWER PIPING 329 W. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-3351 Ben Markowiti Nathan Markowitz ELECT' SAM SOLD THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPION FOR YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN Insure Your Future and the Future of the Community SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH TENANTS LEAGUE Paid poL dy.



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DAY, MAY 25, 1945 *Jenisltlvrid'Inn PAGE FIVE ,BCT ALL GIRL VETERANS POST OP6A NIZEP IN BOSTON BY J.W.V. %  Archie H. Grcenberg, National Commander of the Jewish War IVeterane, congratulates Miss Sylvia Andelman, former WAVE, Ion her election as Commander of the first all girls post of veterans loreaniied in the United State* by any veterans organization. Itooking on are (left) William Oilman, recently retired Massachusetts State Commander and (right) Jacob Polak,newly elected ie Commander. Named in honor of Lt. Frances Y. Schlanger, ,4 American nurse to be killed in action in the European war RliMtre, the new post is composed of honorably discharged memof the Waves, Wacs, Spars, Marines, Nurses, and other Komen'i service units. 1YS MEET SHOULD )PT BILL OF RIGHTS | Santiago, Chile (JTA) — Julio tienechea, vice president of Chilean Parliament, told a lonorial meeting for Jewish j victims that the San Francisi conference should adopt an fcernational bill of rights as payment of the debt the *ld owes the Jews. I Senator Humberto Alvarez, Kident of the Chilean Prostine Committee, praised the contributions to the vicj in Europe and said that the tH owes the Jews a homeland own. Dr. Samuel Marlies, American Jewish newslerman, who is here as a relative of the World Jewish s, point< d out that Latinoerican Jewry will have to take the place of the milof Jews murdered in Euie. The meeting was under vt auspices of the congress. I Paris (JTA)—A Zionist meet! which was scheduled to be o here with David Benlorion as chief speaker was call~ off by the police after the wience had already gathered. [Shortly before the gates of the |tinE hall opened, a police Tjjad appeared and announced w the gathering was prohibitin order to avoid disturbjof the public order." They ncously, but firmly request'he crowd gathered outside TERROR FLARES UP AGAIN IN PALESTINE Jerusalem (JTA)—Terror has flared up again in Palestine after an interval of about six months during which there was comparative quiet jn the country. Explosions occurred late last night in the center and outskirts of Tel Aviv, in the German settlement of Sarona and near the central police station in Jaffa. No casualties have been reported. The new wave of terrorist activities came on the heels of a statement issued by Palestine police in which they charged '"there is still a section of the population which is interested in promoting discord in the country." The police said that communication lines and government property have been sabotaged in recent days and that leaflets warning people to keep away from all government building have been widely circulated. The leaflets are usually a prelude to bombings. "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. RE-ELECT D. LEE POWELL COUNCILMAN June 5. 1945 YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED or 22 years a successful Miami Beach b usinessman with a keen understanding of *• needs and problems of Miami Beach. Pd. Pol. Adv. ZUKERNICK TALKS TO RALLY CROWD AT M. B. In addressing a rally throng of nearly 700 person gathered last night under the auspices of the Miami Beach Democratic Association at 4th and Washington Ave., Council Candidate Harry Zukernick declared "As I have previously stated on several occasions, I am not a politician and if elected, I shall be the councilman for all the citizens of Miami Beach, the landloard and the tenants, hotel men and merchants, tourists and home owners, not any special group or groups. I have given unselfishly of my time during the last ten years to numerous civic and charitable organizations. The voters may be sure that when elected I will be in a position to serve them in even grater measure than ever before." 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. / 1' > ttftllTtftE always a n always a Myron on unc IS?-* 1 w^^ 205 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida m ALL OUT FOR THE MIGHTY /* WAR LOAN



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PAGE EIGHT +JewisfiFk>rMtoti 'i %  %  I t • %  i i Miami Beach Council Candidates fflPAXIa^ SAM GOLD Two hundred workers, representing the South Beach division of Sam Gold's campaign crew met last week to plan activity in judge, is stepping up his campaigning for a seat on the Miami Beach city council in the June 5th election. u. weeK 10 piw, acuvu, Spaet was bom in New York n behalf of their candidate. The and graduated from the New meeting was held at South Beach York University School of La, headquarters, 1317 Washington where he was assoc a e editor Avo A maatino nf thn North of the NYU Law Review. Be^chtorke'fvvilfilso'beheld! I „ A member of the firm of NaHERBERT A. FRINK If any elector wishes to ask Jhanson, Oka & bpatt, ne saia Ht ,,.i, eI .( A. Frink. member of Sam Gold any questions pertainj he would, as a councilman. M ^ Ml;imi Bt ui h city counC il for ing to his campaign or the camI ever ready to advocate anything I ^ sjx „_ wlU sland paign in general he is invited to constructive to make Miami ( r ,. cloction June 5. visit either the main office at Beach a more beautiful and Residen (lf Mlami Beach for i manded the right to speak. UnI der the guise of a peace moye! ment this group was distributing 1 propaganda against the government. Klein discredited the speakers and concluded the meeting with a speech on Amerl Icanism which brought the audience to its feet with cheers. The Kleins are active in such ; organizations as the "Y," Knights of Pythias, B'nai B'rith. Beth { Jacob Congregation and numerous civic projects and social affairs. 1317 Washington Ave. or 525 41st healthful community of homes oa'yearsi Frink, a native FlorSt. from 10 a. m. to midnight, he | for mv faml 'y and yours. Rh in tu R 0 h )S been 0 i cctc d "Helping people has always! ,, DR. MAURICE KLEIN been a hobby with me," the can„ Dr ; Maurice Klein Miami didate explained yesterday. | Beacn ^pharmac^^and former ^ ^ Owner and operator of the Vann Cleaners. Frink, 42. has vice mayor and garnered the highest number of votes in the city's history during his camSince residing here, he has continued his activity in civic municipality, is a candidate for affairs and is a member of the C1,v council. Elks Lodge, Anglers Club. A veteran of the last war, Dr. Presidents Round Table. B'nai Klcln m !" *4 to Miami Beach .in fought vigorously for the building of a municipal auditorium, city hospital, purchase of occanNal 'nnferenre 'hris' I front P ro P er,v for Public parks, tians ind Jew'besides heading Le IIon P st His wife is a form| If elected, he hopes to spark the the? nonprofit tenantsoreaniA !" VVAC and his son is in service, building of a youth recreational Me non-profit tenants orgamzaThcn homp fa ^ ^ Jeffergon center and work for better mu Ave., Miami Beach. i nicipal lighting and needed rcDr. Klein is perhaps best : paving of streets and sidewalks, known for turning a meeting j Frink is a member of the Elks, held by agents already under %  Masons, Scottish Rite, Shriners, the scrutiny of the F.B.I, into a Odd Fellows, Kiwanis, Miami patriotic rally. Klein forced his Beach Junior Chamber of Cornway into the assembly, and de-' merce. ELECT HARRY ZUKERNICK City Council ATTORNEY AND CIVIC LEADER 10 Years Serving Community Interests of Miami Beach B'rith, the YMHA, Civic League,, ? 33 an |, i s a Past commander Ci NTatinnal rrmfnmn !" „f rhvic. i of the Miami Beach American fi tion. W. Pol. AdiJ H. L. "PAT" PERDUE H. L. "Pat" Perdue is a Florida cracker and was born in Dania. A property owner of Miami Beach he lives with his wife and son at 1744 West Ave. He has been a resident of the Beach for seven years and was a member of the Miami Beach police force for four of those years. A candidate for the Miami Beach city council his platform planks include: Better streets and sidewalks. Fair and reasonable rent regulations, for tenant and landlord alike. Adequate pension system for all city employ* i s, More recreational facilities, playgrounds. parks, bathing beaches, public fishing piers, rest rooms, first aid stations. Improved street lighting. Improved sanitation. Improved sewerage disposal. Increase in city garbage collections. Promotion of Alton Road, 41st St., 71st St., as business areas. Separate county for Miami Beach. Miami Beach postmark cancellation on all mails leaving this city. Every possible tax reduction. All Out for the MIGHTY Jth WAR DR. JOHN M. LARIMER Dr. John M. Larimer, candidate for the Miami Beach city council, announced his plans for the post war aims. They included: Promotion of recreation facilities for teen ages. Planning to insure the interests of our service men and their families. Erect an exhibition building to display products of local, northern and South American manufacturers, and the creation of a merchandising and clearing house. Promotion of Miami Beach as a world fashion center. Improve streets, sidewalks and lighting. Fight the Thompson Bill that would consolidate the Greater Miami area. Increase Miami Beach as a health resort and convention city. Secure an interchangeable bus transfer system. Support police and firemen's pension adjustment bill. Secure port of entry for Miami Beach. HAROLD B. SPAET Harold B. Spaet, Miami Beach attorney and former associate Air Conditioning TAILORED TO FIT YOUR HEEDS! Your postwar Air Conditioning system must be tailored to fit the type of structure it is to serve whether home, hotel or theatre store, church or office building. Belcher Industries maintain a staff of Air Conditioning consultants who, in addition to their war duties, are prepared to plan your postwar Air Conditioning system, according to your particular needs, for lowest possible operating costs, maximum efficiency and lasting service. BELCHER INDUSTRIES A /'union o/ Belcher Oil Company MI. U EST *DLISHED l*is MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES. $ FLORIDA As soon as Victory permits delivery of Air Conditioning equipment for civilian use, our engineers will supervise its installation and guarantee the desired results. Come by one day soon with your architect and consulting engineer and talk the matter over with Belcher's Air Conditioning consultants. 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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1945 vJcnistitkridFfrr) PAGE THIRTEEN ^ rv> b>*ia II "Tfe^ k r** Knwn 'e your folding money WAR LOAN W^ar Bonds Pay Off In These Seven Ways: | wme Government security backs your J Bonds as backs the actual dollars you | *> them. 1 el S100 at maturity for every $75 led now. I* 9el Y" money back any time you need it ... in the meantime you get safety and steady growth. You have a backlog to renew buildings and equipment after the war. Bonds will insure your children's schooling, or provide for your own security, travel, retirement. Bonds go into a national nest egg that will help to assure post-war prosperity. Bonds transform your love of home and country into action you join personally in the biggest, most urgent War Loan of all —the Seventh! ng c uncil and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals. MM. >Mkt H. Katzii Grocery 378 N. W. 8th St. Scott Motor & Salvage Co. 2320 N. W. 54th St. Sheridan Food Market 415 W. 41it St., Miami Beach North Bay Boat Co. 471 N. E. 79th St. Miller's Restaurant 5801 N. W. 22nd Ave. Sam's Sea Food Market 723 N. W. 20th St. Alabama Poultry Market 1650 N. W. 7th Ave. Martin Drug Store 7070 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Jack's Quality Market 5905 N. E. 2nd Ave. Kinsman Landscape Co. Normandy lile, Miami Beach Kaler Produce Co. 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Joseph Luzi — Tailor 10 N. E. 3rd Ave. Lora Pack—Women's Apparel 639 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Joe's Groceries & Markets 478 N. W. 14th St. W. A. Glass South Florida Produce 1260 N. W. 22nd St. A. Catca—Eugene Beecher— N. Spiegelman Triangle Fruit Co. Jimmy—Tony—Lou 1200 N. W. 22d St. Corbitt Poultry & Egg Co. 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. Adelman Pipe & Steel Co. 47 N. E. 25th St. Paragon Paint Distributing Corp. 545 W. Flagler St. Blue Martin Bar 518 Alton Road, Miami Beach Cameron Awning Co. 121 Sevilla Ave., Coral Gables Texan Grill 98 S. W. 7th Street Tick Tock Inn—Restaurant 2111 N. E. 2nd Avenue Biscayne Laundry 231 11th St., Miami Beach Tru-Fruit Company 207 N. E. 39th Street Kurland Apartments 1622 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach Eleanor's Women's Apparel Shop 174 8. E. 1st Street



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PAGE TEN 1 # '.1 SOCfAL WORKERS MET FOR LU NCH TUESDAY Dade County Federation of Social Workers held their monthly meeting at the Y.M. C.A. last Tuesday at which time Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, retiring worker, was honored. Fiftythree social workers were present and represented thirty-one welfare agencies. Director of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, now the Jewish Social Service Bureau, for over thirteen years, Mrs. Rose was among the first members who was active in the Dade County Federation when it was organized in 1939. She served as president for the year of 1942 and was on the state executive board in 1943. Mrs. Dorothy Myers, director of the District Welfare Office in Miami, presented Mrs. Rose with an orchid corsage. CO-CHAIRMEN ISSUE STATEMENT rSZSUPSM Congre*, Womens Friday Review, i:30 i>. m. MONDAY, MAY 28: American Jewish .ConffM* WMen's regular meeting dej'; weawi Miami Army and Nvy '• mm t ', ; annual dinner and meet'"• J r '", ,,ie Israel, 8:80 i>. m.; Business> and Professional Women's DlVi^on Of Hadassah. Miami Bwchl, rejular meeting. 8:ir, p. m.: Miami SerUce League, Miami v 8: p. '• TUESDAY. MAY 29: .. ,,_ B'nal B'ritb Women of Sholem Lodge, membership tea and •'">': 1 i n Blackstone Hotel Gardens, Federation annual board mMUnf. Sunshine room, Ingraham Bldf., i p. m< WEDNESDAY. MAY 30: National Council of Jewish Women !%  ii. I meeting, 10-12 % %  • "'• THURSDAY, MAY 31: Federation membership meeting, Miami Beach Jew Ish Center, 8 p. m. Rudy R. Adler and Mrs. Muriel Hirsch, co-chairmen of the Miami Beach Division of the United Nations National Clothing Relief drive, this week issued a final statement on behalf of their efforts for the campaign. A number of tons of children"s wear, gloves, bathrobes, and fur coats comprised just a part of the vast storeroom of merchandise that was contributed. Other statistics, revealed when the garments were sorted, were: 1,400 men's suits, 3,894 men's overcoats, 2,644 trousers, 1,849 men's jackets, 4.411 men's shirts, 5.142 ladies' dresses, 1.012 ladies' coats, 8.066 pairs of shoes, 3,193 sweaters. The co-chairmen wish to thank the many workers who assisted them during the campaign and %  cia] y thos< u he [..: ;n ar. :-..irappin.fi .;. ment th %  %  -•:. B ellem %  : %  SHAPIRO PRESIDENT OF CIVIC LEAG UE Samuel W. Shapiro, attorney, was nominated to succeed Sidney S. Weiss as president of the League of Miami Beach at a meeting of the group Monday night in the Strand restaurant. He will be formally elected on June 6. Also nominated without opposition were the following Dave Emmer. first vice president: James M. Albert, second vice president: Edward Newman, secretary: Garry Glalt. treasurer. Five are to be selected from the following nominees for the hoard of directors: P. J. Davis. Harrv Sirkin. Charles S. Tobin. Abe "Eisenberg. I. S. Perse. Milton Dreyfuss, Herman D. Glasser. Henry Green. Sam Rulter. Five past presidents will be I ver directors. They are Sidney S. Weiss, Harrv Zaret, Dr. ird Roth. Carl Gardner. v Zukernick. Buy More War Bands', need is greater than ever. The Help to grew, process, con. share food. Demands here and abroad require your ai effort to stretch the na• %  food supply. Your Vote and Support to CITY COUNCIL Appreciated by H. L. (Pat) PERDUE Over 4 Years a Miami Beach Police Officer Served in U. S. Navy v.lewlstncrknan DEBBS IN MOTHER'S DAY PROGRAM DEBBS Chapter, B'nai B'rith Girls held a Mother's Day program May 8 at Beth David Synagogue. Preceeding the entertainment, a regular business meeting was held and reports rendered by committee chairmen The program, arranged by Miss Anita Power and her committee, included readings by Irene Jacobs and Muriel Auslander. songs by Libby Arkin, and a quiz program in which the mothers participated. Fathers ana members of the B nai Brith Women's Auxiliary were also invited A On Tuesday, the group feted its president, Miss Elyse Newman, bride-elect of Seymour Gladstone. BM 1/c, with a shower and dinner held at the home of Mrs. Milton Friedman, 1350 S. W. 12th St. The organization plans to inaugurate a membership drive in the near future. Information for joining the DEBBS may be had by contacting Miss Libby Arkin, 1219 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach. EDWARDS RE-ELECTED TO HEAD MIAMI TYPOS Allan J. Edwards was re-elected president of Miami Typographical Union No. 430 for a third term. Others elected were Pat Byrd. vice president; Edward Hudson, secy.-treas.; Roscoe Glenn, recording secy, and Robert Rainey. sgt.-at-arms. Keep on Buying War Bonds and Stamps. FRIDAY. MAY 25, LINCOLN ROAD ASSN. IN ANNUAL MEETING Annual meeting of Lincoln Road Association, Inc., was held Friday. Officers of the organization are: August Geiger, president; Sam G. Mayer, secretary; F. Lowry Wall, treasurer. Directors include the officers and P. H. Arthur, Benjamin E. Bronston. Moses Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman, E. D. Keefer, Arthur Lindau, Harry Sirkin. W. N. Urmey, owner of the Urmey hotel, and Andrew G. O'Rourke, manager, were honored by the Pan American league at a luncheon last week. Citations will be presented to both men reading "for outstanding service to the cause of interAmerican friendship and understanding." The citations are being awarded for hospitality to visitors from the other Americas during difficult wartime conditions. Oil! Oil! Oi I Humble*, big new well eta, In hut week. Price, of aMlby acreage will advancs but I can still sell you 640 acre* „ $10 per acre, if you wil hurfr Full mineral right and ixa m ^ title. M. A. LYONS Seybold Building 3-1493 As you read the casualty lists stop and think. You might keen a 2? !" % 2 ff the list h becoming a blood donor. ADELINE LITTMAN AND JENNIE SEIDEN Announce they are now open for the eighth season of the DUNCRAGGAN INN Situated in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of Hendersonville HORSE BACK RIDING, SWIMMING, GOLFING, TENNIS For reservations and further information Phone Hendersonville 9132 or write Box 1029 r


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t ^THE JEWISH UNITY! VOHJME~78--NUMBER 21 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1945 PRICE TEN CENTS Federation To Hold Annual Meeting At Beach Center Next Thursday Evening For Election of Officers Xhe Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold its annual membership meeting Thursday evening. May 31, in the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Highlight on the evening's agenda, will be the election of officers and board members. 75 directors will be chosen, and with the addition of organization delegates and the officers will comprise and directorate of Federation for the coming year. The public is welcome to the meeting and contributors of five dollars or more are entitled to vote. The nominating committee, under the chairmanship of Isaac Levin, will present recommendations. Final reports of the year's activities will be given by Monte Selig, president, and Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Committee on Community Needs, will tell of his group's activities since its creation this past year. Proposed plans for Federation's forthcoming activity will be disclosed and a financial report will be rendered. POLISH GOVERNMENT ALLOW IMMIGRATION Jerusalem (JTA)—The Polish Provisional Government has consented to allow Jews under its jurisdiction to emigrate to Palestine in small groups, it was learned here from authoritative sources. Dr. Emil Sommcrstein, leader of the Central Jewish Committee in Poland, has already applied for ; number of Palestine immigration certificates, it was revealed. These certificates will be sent to the Polish ambassador n Moscow for delivery to Jewish leaders in Poland. A meeting of refugees from roiand who have declared themwws in favor of the Lublin bouTrmicm was to have taken Place tins week in Tel Aviv, but uuVJ^'hited at the last minu 'e by the police. TOWN Y HAS PLAN FOR INCREASING NUMBERS Abe Kurman, newly appointed member of the Town "Y" Board of Directors, has been appointed chairman of the organization's "Y" Membership Drive. Immediately upon his appointment, Mr. Kurman had several conferences with the officers of the "Y" and has planned campaign procedures and techniques. The tentative date set for the opening of the campaign is Wednesday, June 13. It will continue for three weeks until July 4 when a victory rally will be held. The goal is 500 new members. Mr. Kurman has announced that he will offer $100 in war bonds K the three persons procuring i largest number of members, first prize, $50; second, $25; third, $25. T EI-IE1SI li BE DESTROYED If BRITISH ARMY ot the er-,Ai r ps as a symbo1 <" evil e o? r d £ allor > of the forces in u Zionist"" 0 ", Marks prom fctfer Lnn i *refugee aid "wary' ari ^c lcd for the tem < survhS' of" h' nt0 England fcndine Yhni,. horror camps tio to P. L event al emi Knspeaking EtT* 1 • Sir Simon Ven r HouL i mee J ,n g n Gros000 Pound! la nch inR' a 1.000,dr >ve, s^iri L Pal **tine Appeal Bev er hpvn at our P^Ple will 1 nlil PaWin ny real fr eedom Jew h Com" 0 ls re built as a Pr 0 f ^monwealth." ^nt of ,he ?. B^etsky, presiPjitish Je W TL 0 deputies of *t Z i on ;l s told the meeting li Wb 0t h in" 1 3 take the in >* Jews ?„ ro | culn K th e sur* Ulin R them" 1 E r Pe and in Wngthin ln Pa 'estine. AsB ticat reLin lmmi Rretion cern aper quota K Undor the White P < E? rn m h L^: ld tha the JEWS, RUSSIANS IN POLES WERE TREATED ROUGHLY Washington .JTA) — Jews, Russians and Poles were treated with greater severity than other nationalities in the concentration camps of Nazi Germany, according to "all the evidence avilable," Senator Alben Barkley of Kentuck, majority leader of the Senate, told Congress in presenting the report to the joint Senate and House committee which investigated Nazi atrocities at the request of General Dwight D. Eisenhower. In the hour-long report which he read to an engrossed Senate, Barkley declared "we are of the opinion that a colossal scheme of extermination was planned and put into effect against all those in occupied countries who refused to accept the principles of Nazism, or who opposed the saddling of the Nazi yoke on their countries." The report states that the intelligentsia, college professors, generals, business leaders and professional men of occupied countries were seized and placed in the atrocity camps "unless they agreed to spread the doctrines advocated by the Nazis." The committee, consisting of six members of each house, visited three camps, Buchenwald, Nordhausen and Dachau, which they described as typical of the more than one hundred concentration camps in Germany, and furnished an "accurate crosssection of the entire German political prisoner camp system and policy." Various agencies, including the United States Army, are collecting evidence to be used in punishment of the war criminals, the report says. E TO RETIRE DUTIES OKI JUNE Mrs. Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary for the past thirteen years of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, now known as the Jewish Social Service Bureau, will retire from office on June 1. Mrs. Rose sent in her resignation to the directorate in January effective as of the date the bureau would be able to secure a successor. Mrs. Rose was tendered a series of testimonials by organizations and individuals in the community in recognition of the many years of loyal service as a Army and Navy Committee Will Meet With Community in Annual Session to Evaluate Past Functions FEDERATION BOARD TO HOLD FI NAL MEETING The board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will hold their last session of the current year on Tuesday evening, May 29. The meeting will take place in the Sunshine Room of the Florida Power and Light Co. in the Ingraham Building, and will be presided over by Monte Selig, Federation president. Final report of the 1945 campaign will be rendered, as well as the report of the budget committee. Directors will act on the recommendations of the budget committee, which will include the much-discussed division of funds originally allotted to the UJA—now dissolved. These funds will have to be apportioned separately to the NRS, UPA and JDC. HELLER TO PALESTINE TO AID IN PROBLEMS teh .State g c p r a eat,0 n of a J ew '".. Pales tln e and imNew York (JTA) — Rabbi James G. Heller, of Cincinnati, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, is leaving for Palestine to help initiate a largescale settlement program in behalf of the Jewish survivors of war and Nazi oppression in Europe, it was announced here. During his three-months' stay in Palestine, Rabbi Heller is expected to study every phase of the development and upbuilding program which is being supported by American Jews through the UPA. social worker in this area. Mrs. Rose, first became affiliated with the bureau when the agency was still in its infancy and has guided its activities to the present date. Charles R. Cohen, welfare worker of many years standing, will arrive here from Atlanta to assume the duties as new director of the agency, a unit of the Dade County Community War Chest. Mrs. Rose delivered her final report at the annual meeting of the bureau held at Beth David auditorium Thursday evening as we go to press. The agenda included the recommendation of the committee for the directorate for the ensuing year. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers was chairman of the evening and introduced Mrs. Margaret K. Furst, prominent social worker of New York now living in Miami Beach as guest speaker. Mrs. Furst chose as her topic "The Family Agency in the Post War Period." Stanley C. Myers, past president, addressed the | gathering. LIBERATED REFUGEES ARRIVING IN SWEDEN Stockholm (JTA)—Three thousand Jewish refugees liberated from German concentration camps have arrived in Sweden within the past few days. Among them are 1,500 Jews from Poland, 400 from Holland, 200 from France, 800 from Hungary and 150 from Germany and Austria. Bucharest (JTA)—The trial of 26 war criminals, many of them charged with the deportation and murder of thousands of Jews, opened here before the People's Tribunal. Two public prosecutors are representing the state. The defendants face the death penalty. SAID DISSERVICE TO JEWISH PEOPLE Washington (JTA) — Describing the introduction in the House of Representatives of a resolution calling for the establishment of a "Hebrew state" in Palestine as "a tragic disservice to the Jewish people," the American Zionist Emergency Council denounced the Hebrew Committee for National Liberation, which sponsored the resolution, as representing "no one and responsible to no one." The council's statement said in part: "It has been announced in the press that a resolution regarding Palestine, sponsored by the self-styled Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, is being introduced in Congress. We do not doubt the friendly motives of the honorable members of Congress who have been persuaded to sponsor that resolution. They undoubtedly have been led to believe that in this they are of assistance to the Jewish people. But we must point out with all the vigor at our command that the so-called Hebrew Committee of National Liberation has been repudiated by every responsible Jewish organization in the United States and abroad, including the highest Jewish authority in Palestine itself, the Jewish National Assembly, which is the democratically elected spokesman for the Jews of Palestine. "It should again be pointed out that the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, headed by Peter Bergson, represents neighther the Jews of Palestine, nor those of Europe, nor those of the United States. In fact, that "Committee' represents no one and is responsible to no one." The Greater Miami Army & Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, organized to carry out servicemen's activities on behalf of the Greater Miami Jewish Community, after three years of existence will evaluate past functions of the committee, at an annual conference to take place on Monday evening, May 28, 8 o'clock, at Temple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St., Miami. Sam Blank, president of the Army & Navy committee, stated "This annual conference will also be the occasion for reconstitution of the Greater Miami Army & Navy Committee with a view toward increasing future service in the community. Some twentyseven Jewish organizations have been invited to send official delegates to this conference and it is expected that each organization will take up its dutiful task of representation on the Army & Navy Committee. The new Army & Navy Committee will therefore represent the united effort of the Jewish Community in its service to all military personnel." The conference has been planned to review the past service of the committee and to orient all participating organizations for continued future service. It is also expected that the reorganized committee will be in a better position to expand its services for military personnel. With the war over in Europe and the expected return of thousands of battle veterans to this country, Greater Miami will undoubtedly become one of the largest convalescent and redistribution areas in the country. Under the reorganization the Greater Miami Army & Navy Committee 1Wans to be in a better position to meet the problem of welcoming the returnee and convalescent and providing him with adequate recreational and social hospitality on behalf of the Jewish Community. The conference is open to all persons who wish to attend. TO LET ASK THAT HANS FRANK BE TRIED IN WARSAW London (JTA)—Dr. Smil Sommerstein, Zionist leader and chairman of the central Jewish committee in Poland, has urged the Polish Provisional Government to demand that Hans Frank German governor of Poland, be tried in Warsaw. The Lublin radio reported that Dr. Sommerstein, addressing the national council of the provisional government, pointed out that Frank was responsible for the murder of millions of Jews. Washington (JTA)—A subcommittee of the House Immigration Committee will hold hearings at Oswego, New York, next month in connection with proposed legislation sponsored by Rep. Samuel Dickstein, chairman of the immigration body, which would permit persons in the Fort Ontario refugee camp to remain in the United States. Dickstein said that he plans to hold, hearings at Oswego the week of June J8 and in New York City the' next week. His bill would allow the Fort Ontario refugees to enter under the present quotas of their countries of origin. He said that many of the refugees have children in the United States, that numbers of the men have wives who are legally here, and it is in the best interests of the war effort to let those remain who express the desire to do so. Joseph H. Smart, director of the Oswego shelter, recently announced his resignation from that post, and from the War Relocation Authority in order to, devote his full time, at the request of the refugees themselves, to their interests, with particular reference to securing permanent residence for them in the United States. .. .... %  i •



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PAGE TWELVE rjewlstncrldter^ FRIDAY. MAY 25, %  • i i i \ 1945 How Many Boys From OUR HOME TOWN Won't Come Back? NOBODY knows the exact number. Nobody. Rut— The number who do come back—on their own two feel instead of in ;i Bag-draped box—will he in exact proportion to the job w e do here at home. For every minute lhal tee can help shorten tlie war will mean more lives saved. (213 Americana Mere killed in the final day of the last war. and 1.1 1 1 were wounded before the 1 1:00 o'clock Armistice look effect.) Now one way ;.'! of us CUM help shorten the war is i. tighten our belts and bu) more War Bonds. Yes, still more. And li" you think you're buying all the War Bonds you are able to, imagine—for a minute—lliat it's after the war you're standing at the slalinn ... a hiineli of home town boys, still in uniform, elimh off the train one of them kisses his wife and grabs his kid in his arms and then he turns io a young woman beside them, a pirl who looks like his wife's sister, and you overhear him say "Catherine, I don't Know how to tell you how sorry I am it's such a shame about Joe ... it makes me Bick all over when I think how he'd be here today if the war had only ended a week sooner." Thin!; it over. Can't you buy a few more War Bonds to help end the war that week or month sooner? Sure, it may mean giving up something, but what's that compared to what they're giving up? And remember, always— The money you "can't spare" may spare a soldier*a life! KEEP ON Grand National Importers 1st Trust Bldfl. Sungas Company Now at 2950 N. W. 24th St.—Ph. 3-3685 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Rd., Miami Beach East Coast Fisheries. Inc. 360 W. Flagler St. South Seas Hotel 1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Savoy Plaza Hotel 425 Ocean Drive Stevens Markets 2201 N. W. 62nd St.7-3085 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.—4-1685 National Produce Co., Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th Avt. Beliord Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. THE ATTAC K ] This is an oflicial U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under the auspices of Treasury Dep Russian Bear Restaurant 929 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Richie Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Rainbow Gardens—Florist 840 N.-E. 79th St. Moore's Grocery 1462 N. W. 62nd St. Loeb & Gottfried. Slaughterers Red Road, Hialeah K. Burns & Son—Jewelers 114 E. Flagler St. E. Diamond & Son Wholesale Novelties 513 N. Miami Ave. Merrill-Stevens Dry Dock Co 1270 N. W. 11th St. Shangri-La Restaurant 15 N. E. 3rd Ave. George J. Bertman—Real Estate 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Jean's Candy Shoppe 212 Collins Ave., Miami Beach Butler-Wilson Paper Co. 1336 N. E. 1st Avt. Henry's Auto 4 Truck Parts 76 N. W. 14th St. Seminole Bar 85 Hialeah Drive Arldn-Prufert Construction Co. Congress Building Standard Wine & Spirits 47 N. W. 6th St. Gordon's Women's Apparel Shop DuPont Building The Garden Restaurant 2235 S. W. 8th St. o. Florida' Smitt rSK?5?£



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PAGE SIX l ewistfl cridlian I THEM LIFE IN PALESTINE WITH THE H ELP OF U. P. A. The fisherman of today and the fisherman of tomorrow in a new fishing village in the Jewish National Home. Hundreds of Jewish men and women and children are living by and off the sea in Palestine as a result of the development of the fishing industry through the aid of the United Palestine Appeal. Plans for continued progress in the new fishing village* indicate that 2.500 people ran be employed in fishing and allied pursuits. The financial BEACH RAILWAY CO~ STARTS CAMPAIGN assistance provided by the United Palestine Appeal has established the new industry of fishing as one of the stable factors in the economic expansion of Jewish Palestine during the war years. With the aid of the United Palestine Appeal, large numbers of refugee* rescued from Naii Europe will find new life and new hope in the Jewish National Home, with the ea as the source of their livelihood. ._..- With the slogan, "Let's be Patriotic Let's Not Travel This Summer Let's Vacation in Miami Beach," the Miami Beach Railway Co. has launched a campaign to get the people of Dade county to spend their summer vacations right here at the famous beach resort. A chief point stressed in the campaign is the patriotic appeal of the government and the railroads to citizens to refrain from travel. There will be more military travel from now on due to redeployment of troops following V-E Day. The campaign will include advertisements in papers, colored display posters on all Miami Beach Railway Co. busses, posters for store window and counter displays and billboards in Miami. CLUB TO BECOME ACTIVE AGAIN The Men's Club of Temple Israel, which has been inactive since Pearl Harbor, called a meeting of its former membership Wednesday evening to revitalize the organization. Plans were made to continue the community work in conjunction with Temple Israel that had to be abandoned with the bulk of the membership entering the armed services and taking on vital war work in other communities at the inception of the United States in World War II. Herbert U. Feibclman acted as temporary chairman in the absence of Harold B. Spaet, former president of the organization. Election of officers was held and those chosen were: E. Max Goldstein, president, Stuart Gordon, Milton Slote and Henry Wolff, vice presidents; Dr. Alfred Augustine, treasurer, and G. L. Mendelson, secretary. Together with a board of directors consisting of Dr. Lawr-, j ence Adler. Dr. Sanel Beer, I Jerome Cohen, Louis Gillman, Herbert U. Feibelman, Al Green, Henry Hirsch, Max Holtsberg, Arthur S. Kahn, J. Gerald Lewis, Joseph C. Orcn, Nat Roth, Joe E. Salinger, Harold B. Spaet, i Burghar Steiner, Samuel Tunick j and Dr. Philip Weinstein, pledged themselves to carry out the | activities. Various committees will be selected at the first meeting of the board of directors to be held ; Monday, May 28. Meetings of the general membership will be held on the third Monday of each month and will be interspersed with social and cultural gatherings for the members, their families and friends. HIGH TRIBUTE PAID TO MRS. ENGLER EXTEND DEADLINE FOR STATE CENSUS The Florida legislature has extended the state census deadline to May 31, it was announced to Miami workers in a telegram from W. Dewey Hilsabeck, chief enumerator. Four women workers who reopened census headquarters in Central School Monday and Tuesday when an initial extension was announced Monday, said their telephones had been ringing busily today with calls from unrecorded stragglers or those who were doubtful about their status. The telephone numbers are 9-1853 and 2-8140. AUSTRIAN GIRLS CARE FOR ILL JEWISH BOYS Linz, Austria (JTA) — Wellfed, buxom Austrian girls are being used to care for the thousands of emaciated Jewish refugees who have flooded this city since last week. The girls, most of whom expressed a disinclination to wait on the Jews, were ordered into the hospital by surgeons of the U. S. 65th Division, who are running it. B'NAI B'RITHWnsS* CL SE THE s£^ Si E^l A^l • ucsuajr, may 29 at l "*l freshments will 'he Jt ? M music provided by MuSku*! bers and their friSS^^M admitted to the affair ^ >*. charge. Reservation iJ*m able Mrs. Alex rS. re a -l Mrs. Alex £%£ JjyjjlJ Mrs. Harvey Herman J.g'1 Members of the aWL? committee include u? w 5*l Gold, Mrs. JosepTBeS n H Harvey Herman, Mrs !" A1 V& hen, Mrs Alex Richardson £ Jerome Weinkle and Mn lt\ rome Freehling. R Je 1 LIBERMAITHOLDS" ATTENDANCE RECOBDI It was revealed this wV h.1 the Miami Beach Sun Zz\ S**i check of the zsti the Beach city council attend I ance records showed Marcitl Liberman holds the record tel having attended 73 consecutive! council meetings since assumiMl office. Deserving tribute was paid t the late Mrs. Minnie Bugler, whi passed away several months age when a fashion show, sponsore by the Recreation Division, Dade County Defense Council, on Mother's Day was dedicated to her. "Ma" Engler organized and was special mother and chaperon to 1.000 girls who make up the particular Engler group now under the direction of her daughter, Ida. The late Mrs. Engler gave several thousand hours of service to the work of staging affairs for the servicemen sta^F^ on f 5e ^nd r Siore\ KOHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies LOUIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH 1^54026 ENGLANDER TO OPEN LAW OFFICES Simon Englander, attorney, announces the opening of his law i offices at 420 Lincoln Road. Mi] ami Beach. Mr. Englander is a member of the Florida and NewJersey Bar and formerly counsel to City of Newark. N. J.. N. J. Water Supply Commission. He has practiced law for 25 years. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. DR. JOHN M. LARIMER CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF COUNCILMAN Born in Pittsburgh. Pa. 1910. educated as an osteophaBc physician and surgeon practices on Miami Beach for six years. Every man and woman on Miami Beach regardless of creed should have a vital interest in their candidate as it effects them personally. I haye allowed my name to be presented so that the people of Miami Beach may have the opportunity of electing 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 Association for 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 TJL for one year. Holds a Master's Certificate issued by the United States Coast Guard. Your VOTE and SUPPORT APPRECIATED Pd. Pol. Adv. 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^ ^ MRS. MINNIE ENGLER tioned in the various military units in the area, organizing the group of girls serving as hostesses at these affairs. The fashion shows staged at the Biltmore hospital in Coral Gables and at the Opa Locka Naval Air Station were arranged by Miss Ida Engler and dedicated to her mother on Mother's Day. Audiences at both shows were restricted to military personnel and especially invited guests. Outstanding models, both nationtl i t00k part Son,< -' of the models were from the group of volunteer hostesses of the Engler group Miss Engler has hit her five thousand hour servstrong"' 3nd iS Stl11 oin VOTE FOR W (BILL) BURBRIDGE WORKMEN'S CIRCLE TO FETE ROSENTHAL Felix Rosenthal, national secretary of Workmen's Circle, will be feted by the local group at a banquet in the Workmen's Cir cle Lyceum this Sunday before LnTfr* f0 I NeW York Members and friends are invited. Talk can defeatSilence assure victory! Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! FOR CITY COUNCIL Ten years of Constructive Service as: a M Beach City Councilman justifies anotriM ^ ••