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The Jewish Floridian ( June 1, 1945 )

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• J^iMiiyElDipidliigun EWISH WEEKLY WWME 18-NUMBER 22 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 194.S Governor Millard Caldwell, hst week, signed into law House BUI No. 232. The law designed to discourage the printing and distribution of scurrilous literature was initiated through the efforts of the Florida Regional office of the Anti-Defamation League directed by George Talianof. Dade County Representative George Okeil introduced the bill in the House and Senator D. C. Coleman guided it through the Senate. It is believed that this is the first law of this type passed in Florida. The bill when introI duced received statewide support from legislators and was prefaced: "An act making it unlawful I to print or publish any publication or printed matter which tends to expose any individual (irreligious group to hatred, contempt or ridicule, unless the true name and address of the person musing the same to be printed lor published, be printed or writI ten thereon. %  IT ENACTED HY THE LKOISLATfltK OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Sctlon I. It phnll be unlawful to [trim, publish, distribute or cause to |W jrint.-.l. |iulilil-t. pamnhlet, ^m, canl. sticker, periodical, llterIMft.pni.iT. HI inner printed material Iwrt leml•• ex|M>se any Individual %  1 religious itrouii to hatred, conIjnipt, ridicule or %  •l>lot|uy unless the iWKwme is clearly prlnti-d or written |tfcreon: %  '*' The true name and post office IJu" "' ""' Person, firm, partner!!'''• corpmati.ui r iiiKanlzallon causI. %  .,?'""' '" '"• Printed, published P attributed; and %  JiL!' uch ""'" %  ls ,nat o' a firm. liT.?.'"".,' : organUatlon, the name I'M pu.t off,, address of the IndiviItoh S e '" 'l a '" %  """ '" causing U printing, publication or dlstrlbu%  jrpor,1,, vii.|aT.„ K any of the MOTeonrtr ,„ """nance shall upon Tjwuon thereof be subjected to a PfcS SSMii" ,e 8Um of n ve Utnt ,,, tollara or ImprlsonriV, .'"""> Penitentiary for *ROGRAM ^ %  & -The Arabs in ft* Middle East are united in opPosition to alterations in the Palestine White Paper easing restrictions on Jewish immigration



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• •K >• "I i I PAGE TWO vJmist fhridHari PERSONALS Mrs. George Chertkof left Tuesday for Richmond, Va. to be with her father who took ill suddenly. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. 3000 Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach, will leave Tuesday for New York City, where she will meet two of her children who are enroute home fom their schools for the summer: Rita, who is a student at the University of Michigan, and Tommie, who attends Grove School in Connecticut. Mr. Hyman plans to join his wife later in New York. Another daughter, Doris, leaves Miami today for camp in North Carolina, and enroute will visit with friends in Virginia. Mrs. Sadye G. Rose is leaving for New York on June 2, where she will attend Columbia University's summer session. She will visit with friends on the West Coast, returning to her home here on October 1. Mrs. Emanuel Gluck has left the city to spend several weeks in Charleston, S. C. and New York. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. // ii Pan Cake Make Up By MAX FACTOR of Hollywood 50 1 plus tax Give your skin a smooth, glowing freshness with this wonder cake make up. Easy to apply, it helps conceal liny blemishes and complexion faults. Match the correct shade to your skin tone: Natural 1, Cream 1, Cream 2, Cream Rose, Natural Rose, Natural 2, Tan, Tan 2 and Tan Rose. MIAMI STORK. TOILKTIUKS. STKKBT FLOOR PERSONALS Dave Eisen of Miami Beach left for Washington this week by plane to be with his wife. Mrs. F. M. Small left for her home in Youngstown after visiting a week with her brothc-mlaw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wise, Tamiami Hotel. Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will leave Friday. June 8th, for New York Citv. She will attend Columbia University summer session, where the Institute on Community Organization and Leadership will be held at Barnard College from June 10-29. David Goldstein, president of Beth Jacob Congregation, returned to the city this week after six weeks in Baltimore. Md., at Mt. Sinai hospital. Rabbi Uri Felshin will leave to spend a vacation in New York. Joe Zalis left Friday for Baltimore, Md., where he will attend the wedding of his sister Rose to Harry Weber on Sunday, June 3. He will spend several days visiting with relatives and friends before returning. Alex Cohen returned after a combined business and pleasure trip to Charleston, W. Va. Sam Seitlin has returned to the city after a business trip to Atlanta, Ga. Miss Diane Koven, 1890 S. W. 21st St., is leaving this week for Chicago where she will spend the summer visiting with relatives. A special meeting of the Zionist Luncheon Club was held on Wednesday in the Strand restaurant. Paul Bruun was guest speaker. Nathan Slaff is leaving this week to spend several weeks with relatives and friends in the state of New York. WEDDINGS ENGAGEMENT Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, 900 16th St., Miami Beach will spend several weeks in Baltimore and New York before returning to the city. Lt. (jg) Howard K. Schwartz, USNR, who has just completed a 17-month tour of duty in the Pacific, is here to spend a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1847 N. W. 8th St. A sister, Miss Sara Rose Schwartz is also home, after completing her freshman year at Duke university in Durham, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig have returned to their home at 347 N. E. 26th Ter. from a five week's visit in New York. Talk can defeatSilence assure victory! Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! DR. JOSEPH E. WILLIAMS ANNOl'Nr-KS THE OPENING OF MOW i iKKICES AT 1784 SOUTHWEST EIGHTH STREET KOR THE PRACTICE <>K NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS PHYSIOTHERAPY I'HUNK 2-7140 HOl'RS:I:30 TO 11:30 — 1:30 TO 4 Mi Selma Nage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nag c, of Jamaica, N. Y. became the bride of S 1/c Frederick A. Friedman, USNR, son of Dr. and Mrs A. F. Friedman, 2J4U £>. W."25th Ave., at ceremonies in Brooklyn, N. W. April 30 Seaman Friedman graduated from Miami Senior high school and majored in chemical engineering at Florida university for two and a half years prior to entering the service. The former Miss Nagle, who attended Hunter College. New York, is making her home witn her parents in Jamaica while her husband is on overseas duty. After the war, the couple plan to reside in Miami. Pineus Sheinbcrg, 243 S. W. 10th Ave. will be married to Mrs. Cecile Kascv, of Hartford, Conn., on Sunday, June 3, in New York. Alter several weeks in New York, the couple will return to Miami to make their home here, where Mr. Sheinberg is in the garment manufacturing business. Temple Israel will be the scene of the wedding of Miss Elyse Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, 2010 S. W. 17th St., and BM lc Seymour Gladstone, son of Mrs. Jennie Gladstone, of this city, on Sunday evening, June 3. Rabbis Saul B. Appclbaum and Simon April will officiate. The bridal party will include Roslyn Rabin. maid-of-honor; Mrs. Rosalyn Hellman, matron-ofhonor, and Mrs. Louis Anshel, Mrs. Edward Targ, Miss Esther April and Miss Tobie Jacobskind, bridesmaids. Herschel Leschel will be best man. The ring will be borne by Johnny Fisher, and Maureen Ann and Rose Carol Cohen will serve as flower girls. In charge of the guest book will be Miss Hope Tanenbaum, and Miss Phyllis Schulman will sing. Ushers are Seymour Shankman and Leonard Caplin. The bride-elect graduated from Miami Senior high school and attended the University of Miami. She served as president of the DEBBS chapter, B'nai B'rith Young Women. The groom graduated from Chattanooga High school and attended the university there. In service for the past 2'T> years, he is at present stationed at Banana River, Fla., where the couple will reside after a honeymoon in California. Coming here from out of town for the event are Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Newman of New York and Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. Anshel, Capt. and Mrs. Edward Targ, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gilbert of New York, and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Newman, and Mrs. Sadye David of Chicago. The marriage of Miss Shirley Frances Patrick and MidshiDman Jerry Goldhagen will take place Saturday at Temple Israel, Miami, with Rabbi Saul Appclbaum officiating. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Pauline Patrick. 3330 Flamingo Dr., and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Goldhagen, 1670 Lenox Ave. Announcement is being made of the engagement of Theda Elaine Lazarus daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Levi. 1815 N. W 7th St., to Radioman 3/c August Paul Lowe, who is on active duty in the South Pacific. The bride-elect attended MiFRIDAY^ UNE 1, 1945 Mr. and Mrs. EliAn^orT^ Chase Ave announce the birth of a daughter May 25 at St Francis hospital. The child h as been named Adria Beatrice. BRISM The Brith Milah of David Joseph, son of Rabbi and Mrs Moses Mescheloff, took place last Saturday morning between services at Beth Jacob Congregation. Rabbi Uri Felshin performed the ritual. A reception followed services. ami Senior high school and Doctor Farringer's School of Physicians Assistants and Laboratory Technicians. She is a member of Phi Sigma Sigma, a medical sorority and of B'nai B'rith Girls, ALS chapter. Lowe, the son of Mrs. Celia Lowe, 520 N. W. 44th Ave., has been overseas 3V£ years. Wedding plans await the fiance's return. BAR MITZVAH Brism for the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Lazarus, Sgt. and Mrs. Murray Slater, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Flaum, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jamison were held during the past week, with Rabbi S. M. Machtei, officiating. Lt. Richard E. Gerstein, Army Air Corps, son of Mr. and Mfs H. S. Gerstein, of 2510 S. W. 20th St., has been recommended to receive the Distinguished Service Cross for his part in navigating a B17 bomber to its base after having been seriously wounded. Lt. Gerstein had previously been awarded the Air Medal, Purple Heart, and Presidential Unit Citation. He is now home after having been hospitalized for eight months as a result of wounds suffered in combat over Germany. Buy Bonds now. You are lending—not giving. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro, of this city, will become bar mitzvah at services in Temple Israel Friday evening, June 1. ternoon Mrs. Albert Seiden, sister of the bride, 4410 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, entertained at a luncheon given in her home. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rosenstock and Mrs. Gus. Zoslow, sisters of the groom, entertained with a family dinner at the Roney Plaza. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Greenfield, 4495 Nautilus Drive, Miami Beach, brother and sister-inlaw of the bride, gave a dinner at their home Out of town guests here for the wedding are Cpl. and Allan Greenfield, and Mrs. M. Seiden. .THIS SUMMER... jBjfry Uu CMmekumm COMPLETE WINTER LUXURIES AT LOW SUMMER RATES. PRIVATE POOL-CABANAf-HARINE DECK TROPICAL GARDENS 'PATIO 250 BOOMSiBATHS Phone 58-1811 %  HI —FOR A REAL GOOD HUNGARIAN KOSHER DINNEROCEAN VIEW HOTEL KOSHER RESTAURANT 158 Ocean Drive—Miami Beach Serving from 5 to 8 P. M. Open All Summer FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 5-9462 .on^5 e ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE r Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE Mechanical Tools Gar den'and Electrical Supplies LOUIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH i


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FHIDAY.JUNEJL!?!! vJewisti fhridttar) rONFIRMATION HELD jf E 5 DAVjDJUNDAY „ formation exercises were WSMS"S8 Dav.d Sunday he l „i nn May 20 for Daniel %£? Stanley Balish, Sidney tt&n Estelle Greenberg, KGreenberg. Donal Green. f eddy Hcineman Dons Kasow. K y LudwiK. Marvin Mack. £mva Pallut. Myron Pollack. KL Rosenblitt, Charlene £ ccin Jerry Schulman. RapKAoK Bobby Siegel, Al £ firman and Buddy Weissel. Sl The first time in the history „f Hebrew education in Greater Miami graduation exercises were S at Beth David for pupils SJ have attended the Hebrew Hfeh school under the direction nf the Bureau of Jewish Education. Samuel Ashkanazy and Atae Ganncs presented diplomas. to Donald Cohen, Eldgar Lewis. fharlene Rossin. Eselle GreenSS Ch. Rosenblitt and Ruth SGSI Hebrew school summer semester Will begin Monday, June 4 at 9 a. m. A special curriculum, arranged with the cooperation of the Bureau of Jewish Education will be followed throughout the summer months. Parents are urged to register their children. JW.VTCOMMANDER IN VISIT TO WHITE HOUSE The National Commander of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. Archie H. Greenberg, visited the White House on Monday, May 28, at which time he met with the President of the United States. Harry S. Truman. With him were his chief-aide, Charles Schwager; the editor of the "Jewish Veteran," past national commander, J. George Fredman; and national executive committee-man, Irwin Gensberg. Think, act. be American! PAGE THREE 500 NEW MEMBERS IS COMMITTEE GOAL Abe Kurman, chairman of the membership campaign committee of the Town "Y," has announced that 500 new members will be the goal of the coming membership campaign which will start sometime in June. The planning committee is now arranging for the details of the campaign. In an interview with Mr. Kurman, he stated: "The more members we have the better the opportunity will be for us to have more facilities. More members means more workers in a drive for funds for a new building. I urge every Jewish citizen in town, who is not a member in the "Y," to enroll himself now." TEMPLE ISRAEL CONG. RE-ELECTS OFFICERS Max Orovitz, president, and the entire body of incumbent officers, were unanimously chosen to head Temple Israel for anDELEGATE CHOSEN TO WASHINGTON Ruth Sherman, president of the Rose Chapter of the B'nai B'rith Young Woman is the organization's delegate to attend the Women's District Grand Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith executive meeting in Washington, D. C. on June 3 and 4. A cake sale was held recently to help finance the trip. A card and mah jong party is also being planned for the near future, part proceeds of which shall be sent to the General Maurice Rose Memorial Hospital. During the absence of the president, Dorothy Edelson the vice president will take charge. Sgt. Murray Miller, who escaped from German hands at the Elbe River recently after having been a prisoner-of-war for six months, arrived here Sunday afternoon to spend a 60-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Miller, 918 S. W. 4th Street. MAX OROVITZ other year at the annual congregational meeting and dinner of the group May 23. Officers include B. W. Slote, vice president; Harold B. Spaet, secretary; Harry Boyell, financial secretary; Max Meisel, treasurer; Mrs. Louis Zeientz, office secretary. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE A COMPLETE LINE OF Plumbing Specialties COMPRISING SHOWER CURTAINS TOILET SEATS MEDICINE CABINETS CLEANING WIRES TOOLS GAS STOVES American Plumbing Fixture Co. 1 675 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-3111 MIAMI BEACH DR. JOHN M. LARIMER CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF COUNCILMAN Asks Your Consideration and Vote On JUNE 5th My total campaign expenditures will not exceed $400. Ptid ior by myselL A candidate who spends thousands of wlars for a campaign cannot have the best interest of the <% at heart. I have allowed my name to be presented so that the People of Miami Beach may have the opportunity of elect0 a man without one single commitment to any person group. USE YOUR REASONING AND VOTE FOR D RJOHN M. LARIMER Pd. Pol. Adv. MISS NATALIE FRANKEL HEADS JR. HADASSASH Natalie Sandra Frankel was re-elected president at a recent election of Junior Hadassah, Miami Beach chapter. Miss Frankel is regina of Omega chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority at the University of Miami where she is studying law. She is secretary of the Law School, secretary of R.A.R., a member of the Hillel Foundation, and active in Red Cross work. Gene Bishell was chosen first vice president; Hilda Schwartz, second vice president; Hattie Gordon, recording secretary; Harriet Hart, corresponding secretary; Lois Resnick, financial secretary, and Toby Cooper, treasurer. Plans were discussed for a social affair to close the year's activities. SELLING WAR BONDS IS CENTER ACTIVITY Selling war bonds is at the present time the foremost activity of the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish Community Center of Hollywood. Under the chairmanship of Mrs. Judith Bergman, the group will be in charge of the booth in front of the Hollywood Post Office during the week of June 18. In the meantime, however, they have been hard at work selling bonds, and the following members have attained ranks in the Blue Star Brigade: Lieutenant Colonel: Mrs. Selma Harris; Major: Mrs. Gertrude Fensterheim, Mrs. Sylvia Fincke; First Lieutenant: Mrs. Judith Bergman, Miss Anna D. Daniels; Second Lieutenant: Mrs. Pearl Dresnick, Mrs. Pearl Zuckerman, Mrs. Marion Simons. Miss Anna Daniels, corresponding secretary of the organization, has been reappointed secretary of the War Finance Committee of South Broward County, in which volunteer capacity she served in the 5th and 6th War Loan Drives. SUNDAY BRUNCH FOR ZUKERNICK WORKERS More than 300 workers for council candidate Harry Zukernick will attend a brunch meeting to be held Sunday at 10 a. m. in the Strand restaurant, Miami Beach. Zukenick, aspirant for one of the five city council seats to be filled by the voters on Tuesday, June 5th, will address the gathering the final rally before election day. Saturday evening, June 2nd, Zukernick workers will hold a gala political rally at 8:15 o'clock at Washington avenue and 4th Street, Miami Beach. Refreshments will be served and entertainment provided. All voters are invited to hear addresses by Shepard Broad, Alfred Stone, R. C Cohmeyer, Ben Cohen, Harold Turk and Joseph Pollach. Jake Felt is chairman. SOCIAL SERVICE BUREAU ELECTS The Jewish Social Service Bureau elected directors at a meeting held last week. Re-elected for a three year term were Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Stanley C Myers, Rabbi Max Shapiro, and George Wolpert. Newcomers to the board for a three year term are Harold Spaet, Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Hyland Rifas, and Herbert Scher; and for a one year term, Mrs. Eva Plant and Dr. Alex Liebow. Holdovers include Mrs. Leo Ackerman, R. R. Adler, Leo Eisenstein, Leon Elkin, Mrs. Jake Eppstein, Abe Goodman, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, M J. Kopelowitz, Stanley C. Myes, Albert Quadow, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Fred K. Shochet, Mrs Monte Selig, Max R. Silver, and Mrs. Rose Weiss. WELFARE DIRECTOR TENDERE D DIN NER Gus Jacobson, Jewish Welfare Board director, and his wife, were tendered a farewell dinner by a group of friends last Sunday evening at the Clover Club. Mr. Jacobson is leaving to become regional supervisor in the East. He arrived here about ten months ago to assist the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee in putting into operation a number of its projects in helping servicemen here. He organized and directed the Miami Beach Servicemen's Housing Corporation, which leased more than 200 units on behalf of servicemen who could not secure housing facilities. The Jacobsons left Tuesday morning. Robert Hays, son of Mrs. Des Hays of Miami Beach, has been promoted to first lieutenant, his mother learned. Lt. Hays has been in service two years and is with the Air Force in" Italy. Mrs. Mildred Janet Lieberman formerly of Chicago and now residing at 850 8. Miami Ave., Miami, enlisted in the nurses corps and became a second lieutenant on May 22. Domenick Greco, whose wife is the former Bernie Schwartz of Miami Beach, has been promoted to first lieutenant as photo interpreter with an Eighth AAF reconnaissance wing headquarters in England. First Lt. William Mayer. Jr.. former Beach resident and son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer of Philadelphia, was killed in action in the Pacific war theater on May 2, while serving with the Marines. He was a graduate of Miami Beach Senior high school. An authentic Chinese "little boy" suit recently arrived for Donny Hutner, 20 months old, from his dad, 2nd Lt. Herbert H. Hunter, Miami Beach, now serv ing as special service officer in Kunming. China. Since April, 1944, Lt. Hutner has served in North Africa, Assam, India, and Kunming. His wife and son are living with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hutner, 215 Sixth St., Miami Beach, during his overseas service. Ensign James H. Meyer, US NR, son of Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Fred S. Meyer, of 205 E. San Marino Island, is commander of the "Roaring 44," a 63-foot crash boat of the P-T type, at Treasure Island, San Francisco. Ensign Meyer's father is presently stationed at an advanced Pacific base, as officer in charge of a naval receiving ship. T/4 Max Weiner. 911 Michigan Ave., has returned from 30 months in the European theater. NCorp. Phillip Becker, 227 13th St., has returned from 30 months in the European theater with the medical corps. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. oldier, Sailor or Marine, the American fighting man is better than the best any enemy can produce! Truly a champion, Mussolini and Hitler found him anything but "soft" Hirohito and his fanatics, despite their stupidity, are beginning to learn of his prowess .'. the coming months will convince them I That's why all of us must support the Mighty 7th War Loan and help shorten this war! When final rlctory Is won and now construction Is resumed. ramembtr MarkowltM Bros., lor a superior Installation meanwhile, call on our oxperlsnctd ttali lor needed repairs Of remodeiIna. brkowikBro?. 5* H EATI N G PL'UMB'IN G POWER PIPING CONTRACTORS 329 W. FLAGLER STREET PHONE 3-3351 %  en M.rk.wlrt — Nsthsn M.rVowlts | r Kfc^tf feW,-^ ".j*-y ;• ^i:*'



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PAGE FOUR Jen is* ncridlian :• %  r < : %  : V The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla P. Q. Box 2973 ___ Phone 2-H41 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 SIVAN 20, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 22 THE MIGHTY SEVENTH The glorious news of Germany's final capitulation which has thrilled the country carries with it special significance for our War Finance organization. All of us should feel a sense of real pride in our contribution to the attainment of our nation's great objectives, which in part have been fulfilled. The task ahead of us in terms of financial needs remains gigantic. Despite all that has been, and probably will be, said about expenditures .there is no indication whatever that expenditures for war will fall below their present level for some time following conclusion of the Seventh War Loan Drive. Our job, therefore, from the point of raising money to pay for the war ahead and raising it from the sources best calculated to combat inflation is more imperative at this particular moment than at any time since the inception of this important homefront program. Our triumph in Europe is not so much an occasion for celebration as an occasion for national rededication The Seventh War Loan will be an acid test of our democratic faith—a test of every American's faith in his country, in the cause for which he fights, in himself. Our job now is to mobilize our strength for the defeat of Japan with the same singleness of purpose, the same concentration of energies, the same overwhelming power, that we employed to crush Hitler's Germany. With continued help, we shall succeed. The Seventh War Loan must go over and in a big way. Sell bonds and buy bonds. Each of us have a quota —All that we can buy! TRUSTEESHIP PLAN ADOPTED AT FRISCO (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) vised trusteeship plan as adopted. They were especially gratified by the uncompromising stand taken by Commander Stassen in leading the opposition against the Arab efforts. The plan stipulates that "except as may be agreed upon in individual trusteeship arrangements placing each territory under trusteeship system, nothing in this chapter should be construed in and of itself to alter in any manner the rights of any state or any peoples in any territory, or the terms of the mandate. This stipulation guarantees that no changes can be made affecting Jewish rights under the provisions of the Palestine mandate. The trusteeship plan makes it possible to declare the Haifa district a •"strategic area" under the supervision of the Security Council of the new world organization. The remainder of Palestine, would then fall under ordinary trusteeship which is to operate under the authority of a Trusteeship Council which will be empowered "to consider reports by the administering state, to accept petitions and examine them in consultation with the administering state, to make periodic visits to the respective territories at times agreed upon with the administering state, and to take other action in conformity with the trusteeship arrangements." Under the terms of the plan, the trusteeship arrangement with regard to Palestine would have to be agreed upon by Britain which is now entrusted with the carrying out of the Palestine mandate. WANT COMMITTEE ON HUMAN RIGHTS PUNISHMENT FOR NAZIS "I am sure that everyone in Florida will agree with me in my stand on the punishments due the Nazis and the Fascists for the atrocities they have committed against the helplggs peoples of the world. A month ago I joined with Senator Leverett Salstonstall, Republican of Massachusetts, in submitting a resolution in the Senate on the subject. Here is how I describe it: "It suggests that it is the sense of the Senate that the President and the State Department make certain unequivocal declarations to the people of Germany indicating the responsibility to which they will be held for the butchery of the Jewish people and other people whom temporarily they have in their grasp, and whom they propose to destroy." The revelations of the last few weeks from Germany's prison camps have shown the world the true spirit of Nazism and Fascism. Irrefutable proofs, the proof of the eyes and ears of our own Congressmen and our own newspapermen, the proof of the cameras of our own news photographers, have been offered that the Nazis are in fact murderers, torturers, and sadists beyond description. Only by enforcing rigidly such resolves as were embodied in the resolution Senator Saltonstall and I proposed can true justice be done for these crimes. I do not mean justice to the Nazis; they have forfeited their right to ordinary justice. I mean justice to the world. I mean justice to the families of those who suffered and died in the Nazis torture chambers. Justice to the peoples who have been prostrated by the iron heel of Nazi dominance, who have lost loved ones in the war which the Nazis launched in their attempt to conquer mankind. And most important of all, justice to the youth of tomorrow, whose lives will be forfeit if we permit a false sense of mercy to lead us into the error of permitting Nazi and Fascist ideas to grow strong again in Germany, in Italy, in Japan, and in the world."— Senator Claude E. Pepper. WANTED! Experienced Head Counsellor for Day Camp. Contact MAURICE GROSSMAN—PHONE 3-4012 For Further Particulars San Francisco (JTA)—Efforts by Jewish and other consultants to the U. S. delegation at the UNCIO to secure establishment of a Commission of Human Rights culminated in the adoption of the big powers' recommendation on this subject by the Committee on Economic and Social Cooperation. The recommendation as passed by the committee in the form of an amendment to the Dumbarton Oaks proposals, reads: "With a view to the creation of conditions of stability and wellbeing which are necessary for the peaceful and friendly relations among nations, based on respect for the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples, the organization should facilitate solutions of international, economic, social, cultural and other humanitarian problems, and promote respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, language, religion or sex. Responsibility for the discharge of this function should be vested in the General Assembly, and under the authority of the General Assembly, in the Economic and Social Council." Another amendment passed jointly by the Committee on Political and Security Functions and by the Committee on Economic and Social Cooperation, reads: "The General Assembly should initiate studies and make recommendations for the purpose of promoting international cooperation in political, economic, social and cultural fields to assist in the realization of human rights and basic freedoms for all, without distinction as to race, language, religion or sex, and also for the encouragement of the development of international law." Implementation of these recommendations by establishment of a commission for the promotion of human rights by the Committee on Economic and Social Cooperation is expected within the next few days, through a joint amendment of the big powers to the Dumbarton Oaks proposals. This amendment reads: "The Economic and Social Council should set up commissions in the fields of economic activity, social activity, cultural activity, promotion of human rights and any other field within the competence of the Council. These commissions should consist of experts. These should be a permanent staff which should constitute a part of the secretariat of the organization." Keep your ears open Also your eyes Down through the years You'll grow wise! ra^A^juNE i. 194S -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Mudiy, Confidential -By PHINEAS I. BIRONLISTEN HERE Walter Winchell asks us to relay to you a warnina cerning Edward James Smythe's "Veterans' Association foe* with headquarters at Washington, which peddles books a" A "victory stamps" Smythe's salesmen are on a 40 per cei commission basis, and the other 60 per cent are used for an? democratic activities Smythe, you should remember one of the thirty defendants in the mass sedition trial R cently he arranged a stamp sale for a Washington cathedral giving half the proceeds to the Cathedral and keeping the rest And he managed to persuade a gullible Washington starrm columnist to help him promote the stamp campaign Wg attended the trial of the Morris Anmuth case in Philadelphia, but the verdict is not yet in as we write this ... But even if the jury decides against Anmuth, the young Jewish businessmen who was beaten up by two policemen for booing Governor Dewey let us tell you that Anmuth's attorney, George Pressman, did a bang-up job Mr. Pressman made it clear that the case was important because the very principles of democracy were in. volved. REPORTAGE ... Supreme Court Justice Jackson, American head of the War Crimes Commission, is taking his appointment very seriously, and has told intimates that the war crimes trials will be of the nature of courts-martial, with no long-drawn-out processes of the civilian type Jacob Epstein, a retired merchant living in Baltimore, who is a philanthropist, traveler and student of world affairs, asks us this pertinent question: "Why not ask this and future peace conferences to adopt Esperanto as the universal language?" Mr. Epstein believes that Esperanto—which, you recall, was invented by Dr. Ludwig Zamenhoff, a Polish Jew—should be the language in which all proceedings should be conducted at the peace conference PALESTINE NEWS .... The backers of a new Congress resolution on Palestine, initiated by the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, have decided to disregard Dr. Stephen S. Wise's warning that such a resolution under the sponsorship of Peter Bergson would "constitute a tragic disservice to the Jewish people" American Zionist leaders, who expected a great deal from Dorothy Thompson's recent visit to Palestine, are sadly disappointed Dorothy's syndicated articles on Palestine were anything but Zionistic in tone Did you know that 72 publications appear regularly in Palestine? Twelve of them are daily newspapers. WAR ECHOES Our good friend Maurice A. Bergman, the ace publicist, has been chosen as chairman of the Public Relations Division of the War Activities Committee of the Motion Picture Industry This places Maurice in a very responsible position, and is an honor he really deserves After we closed our lists we received a S5.00 donation for the Sergeant Meyer Levin Memorial Fund from Louis George Yankeloff of Baltimore, Md.... The Army has now completed, and ere long will be showing to the public, an extraordinary film showing the entire AEF European campaign from the initial preparations to the final surrender of the Nazis Director of the picture is ex-Hollywoodite Garson Kanin, who now holds the Army rank of Captain Screen star John Garfield, now wearing Uncle Sam's khaki, plans to branch out as a producer after the war, with a biographical film on Barney Ross, champion boxer and Marine hero, as a starter. LITERARY NOTES ... Pierre van Paassen received the 1944 Award of The Protestant for his book "The Forgotten Ally" ... At a recent dinner in his honor Van Paassen warned that World War III is jus' around the corner unless we find ways to smash pro-Nazi-antiSoviet propaganda in this country Dorothy Rosenman, wife of Justice Samuel Rosenman (FDR's favorite adviser) has wntten a book on the housing problem, in which she has been actively interested for years The title: "A Million Homes a Year" The memory of the late Bella Chagall, wife of the great painter, was recently honored by the posthumous publication of her poetic works Mme. Chagall was one of trie few great woman poets in Yiddish literature. ABOUT PEOPLE ... Congratulations to James N. Rosenberg on becom i n Lrt grandfather ... A son was born to the wife of his son Robert who is a First Lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force, stationed in Italy Congressman Samuel Dickstein of New York may soon be appointed to an important post by President Trum From San Francisco we hear that Congressman Sol oioo was aching to be photographed with the leaders of jW*r]Jj delegation to the Conference ... The project was P reven e v the eleventh hour by one of his wiser advisers %  • Broaaw a columnist Dantor Walker should check his information %  • a recent column he wrote that Benjamin Szold, Columbia ture director, is a grandson of the late Henrietta Szold •• Henrietta Szold had no grandchildren or children—in "J^V"* never married We're told that the greatest soccer xoo player in the Western hemisphere is Alberto Mendoza, a n Mexican Jewish boy Max Baer, one-time heavyweigni ing champion of the world, now past 36, intends to r the ring ... We hope he changes his mind, because ae no shape for a comeback Leonard Bernstein, tne y ^ young composer whose song hits from the musicaI ^ Town" are now available on records, is going to dedic ^ next couple of months to the composition of a major w conductor Serge Koussevitzky, his musical mentor. %  -i-rt--,-t-K-Jri* &^^2^^.. g£^^ ~fJLi~=L.-.



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r m*Y. JUNE 1, 1945 MANY HIDES E Mrs. Harold B. Spaet is chair8 'l .he Miami Beach WomSoiision of the Seventh War Ln Drive. She reports that r 90 orcanizations are partiS&iS >" thc drive < D aSSi i l fmeeting the Miami Beach J^of S10.000.00O Ms Spact is a past president f the Hadassah, Temple Israel Ssterhood, and is a member of f e Amencan Jewish Confess, Miami Section, Council of JewS Women. B'nai Brith AuxilvJcnisli IkriMtr PAGE FIVE MRS. HAROLD SPAET iary, Anna Miller Circle of Elks, Alumnae of Alpha Epsilon Phi and Theta Sifima Phi. Leading thc Jewish organization and thc chairmen are: American Jewish Congress, tochairmen, Mrs. Rose Weiss and Mrs. Rose Firestone; B'nai B'rith Auxiliary, cochairmen, Mrs. Josie Goldstrom and Mrs. Tillie Bosenthal; Beth Sholem Sisterhod, cochairmen, Mrs. I. C. Greenberg and Mrs. Charles Tobin; Miami Beach Jewish Center Sisterhood, Mrs. Joseph Rose; Hadassah, Mrs. Samuel T. Sapiro; Dade Chapter of Cardiac, Gertrude Lachs; National Association of Women Lawyers, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers; Miami Beach Service League, Mrs. Martha Suskind; Beth Jacob Sisterhood, cochairmen, Mrs. Anna Berow and Mrs. Freida Kalstein; Temple Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. Leonard Epstein; Lear School, Mrs. Lear. On June 13. there will be a Premiere at the Lincoln Theatre. Admission is the purchase oi a bond at any Wometco Thea. Monday, June 4, Kitty S Supper Club will have a JiWO-bond-plate dinner and will stave to sell a million in bonds. Remember, soldier, the only %  the one never told! MANY ARE PRESENT AT HOME ENTERTAINMENT Over 150 people were present at the dinner and entertainment last Sunday evening at the Jewish Home for the Aged. The affair was given by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis in honor of the birthday of their son Stanley, Young Zalis is in the Navy, and his mother is president of the Home for the Aged auxiliary. Funds derived from the dinner were turned over to the Home to be used for the purchase of linens and other supplies. Following the eight-course dinner, entertainment was provided by Gus Trau, baritone; Mrs. Hymie Kassen, soprano; Miss Revana, accordion solos; Hymie Swadlin, tenor, who entertained with Jewish and English songs; and Cantor Julius Rosenstein. The late Alfred B. Rosenstein, president of the Home, who passed away suddenly Wednesday morning, addressed the gathering. He told of the many obstacles confronting the directorate and promised he would do all in his power to see that the Home opened as scheduled on June 17. Rabbi Max Shapiro delivered a lengthly address on the importance of an aged home, and discussed how the organization could serve the entire community, filling its needs along these lines. Mrs. Marion Gould, vice president of the auxiliary, congratulated the guest-of-honor and told of the work of the auxiliary in assisting the Home. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky also spoke briefly. PLANS PROPOSED TO CHANGE "Y" NAME At a recent meeting of the board of directors of the Town "Y," a committee was appointed to study the advisability of the change of name of the Y.M. & W.H.A. of Miami. According to Leo Ackerman, chairman of this committee, there are many persons that are of the opinion that the name of the Y.M. & W.H.A. is too cumbersome and does not convey the Jewish Community Center ideal. "It has been suggested that the name be changed to Miami Jewish Community Center or some such similar name," Mr. Ackerman stated. He would like the opinion of the general public and asks that letters be written to him in care of the "Y" as to whether the name should be changed and the reasons therefore. He is offering six prizes of $5 each to the member of each of the "Y" Clubs writing the best essay on this topic and $10 for the best prize essay written by any "Y" member. Essays should be addressed to Mr. Ackerman in care of the Miami "Y." Other members serving with the chairman are Mrs. Leon Kaplan and Ted Sakowitz. The enemy's ears Are opened wide So military secrets We must hide! RE-ELECT D. LEE POWELL COUNCILMAN June 5. 1945 YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED For 22 years a successful Miami Beach b U8inessman with a keen understanding of • needs and problems of Miami Beach. Pd. Pol. Adv. Myron manner— Bv Appoint nly A* Telephone — 58-IW" uAaifaM' 205 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida RE-ELECT JOHN H. LEVI YOUR CITY COUNCILMAN 15 Years President of the Over 26 Years Your Council Councilman Your Vote and Support Appreciated Pd. PoL Adv. i %  ^•rt!^ .AS ^ '^r



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PAGE SIX 9-Jewist ncridian %  f : HAROLD SPAET IN PERSONA L CA NVASS Harold Spaet, attorney and former associate municipal court judge has waged a door to door campaign in his efforts to secure a seat on the Miami Beach city council with the election set for next Tuesday, June 5. Spaet was just reelected as secretary of Temple Israel of Miami, is director of Miami Beach Zionist district; president of the Men's club of Temple Israel; an Elk, member of the Knights of Pythias, Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Dade County Bar association. He is campaigning on a five point platform. He said he would like to see a fully equipped and properly staffed municipal hospital; additional recreational facilities, especially for year-around residents; readjustment of the city s publicity program; a planned, rather than haphazard, postwar program for the city to Permit expansion, and "a clean, healthful city to raise my child and Spaet promises, if elected, to remain continuously available to hils constituents. An open house for his friends and supporters will be tendered Sunday afternoon, 5435 LaGorce Drive, from 4 to 7 p. m. REVISED BUDGET IS APPRO VED At a board meeting of the directors of Federation held prior to the annual meeting in session as we go to press, the revised report of the budget committee was approved. Major item on the budget was the allocation of funds for the Joint Distribution Committee and United Palestine Appeal. The directors will recommend to the membership that only 50 percent of the total $165,000 be allocated at the present time on | a six months basis, pending fur! thcr developments in Europe and! Palestine. Allocation was made on the basis of 56 percent to the JDC and 44 percent to UPA. ramA^juNE 1 1 94J A & N COMMITTEE HELD CONFERENCE The Greater Miami Army & Navy committee held a conference last Monday evening, when it heard the reports of its officers and standing committees. A rcconstitution of the committee was approved. The reorganization and election of officers will take place at the next meeting. TO CELEBRATE DOUBLE EVENT Two events. 11 years of Jewish autonomy in Biro-Bidjan, and 10 years of the existence of the publication "Nailebn" will be celebrated with a grand concert, on Sunday, June 10 at the Beth David Congregation. Starting at 8 p. m. The program will include Jan Turkevich, violinist; Witold Turkevich, pianist; Rose Arons, vocolist. Rabbi Max Shapiro will bring greetings and Morris Holtman will be guest speaker. The concert was originally set for June 3 but was moved ahead to the next Sunday. d •nacht'-nt out of lha ordinary ; with mMow-llovord delightfully d.fltr.nl Manitdiawiti America*. MotiM ,,. M erica ... to wholrrtome ,,,rjf remprInjly oven.fraihl PULL LEVER No. 12,.. First! ELECT HARRY ZUKERNICK CITY TO COUNCIL Tuesday, June 5th The man who will honestly, efficiently and ably represent ALL of the citizens of Miami Beach, instead of any one group or class of citizens Endorsed and Supported by the Following Miami Beach Business, Professional and Civic Leaders: JUDSON L. OWEN HENRY D. WILLIAMS R. C LOHMEYER SAM BLANK CHARLES S. TOBIN DR. MAURICE ROSE R. M. DAVIDSON LEONARD ABESS NAT KLEIN JACK J. AUGUST ISADORE ARONOVITZ JOSEPH L. ARKIN HERMAN BERK JOSEPH A. BERMAN MORRIS NEWMARK MORRIS BERICK BENJAMIN COHEN HARRY A. CORNBLUM JOSEPH EHRLICH DAVID WHITMAN SOLOMON LUBER MAXWELL HYMAN SEYMOUR SATIN M. L. FRIEDMAN SOL S. GOLDSTROM SAM J. HALPERIN MARTIN LIPMAN MAX LIPPMAN DR. D. T. QUITTNER SAMUEL C. JAMISON DAVID PHILLIPS TOM DUPREE LLOYD A. TOWLE R. F. DULAI5EY HARRY SIRKIN JACOB FELT HAROLD TURK SHEPARD BROAD JOHN B. REID WILTON DREYFUS DAVID ALPERT R. R. ADLER MORRIS ALPERT RICHARD I. BERENSON ARCHIE BRICK EDWARD FRIEDMAN LOUIS LECHNER P. J. DAVIS IRVING M. ELLIS LEON ELKIN GARRY GLATT JACK WOLFSON HARRY I. MAGID IRVING FRANKEL IRVING FIRTEL KOLMAN LURIA ABBOT A. KARLIN DANIEL D. LIFTER DR. M. B. MARKS LEO RADOFF HAL PEARL BERTRAM SCHEUER MAX SINGER C. L. CLEMENTS J. J. CARROLL DR. LOUIS J. LYTTON CARL WEINKLE SIDNEY WEISS NAT HANKOFF JOSEPH M. ROSE BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON ALLEN T. ABESS DR. H. P. AUSLANDER ALBERT ANIS LOUIS AUERBACH HARRY BLUMIN GEORGE J. BERTMAN OTTO A. BIRN SAMUEL G. BAST S. EDWARD FINK LEO EISENSTEIN W. I. FEUER DAVID NEILINGER CHARLES E. NADLER JOSEPH A. GARDNER SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND JEROME GOODMAN LEO HUBERMAN DR. MAX A LIPKIND HYMAN LAIBSON DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS DR. B. H. SADOWSKY WILLIAM G. MECHANIC CARL SUSSKIND E. MAX GOLDSTEIN WILLIAM E. COOK Pd. Pol. Adr. % % % % 



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jBDAYjWffiUMJ fJewisti rkridTicTun PAGE SEVEN HELP US TO COMPLETE THE GREAT WAR RECORD OF OUR MEN AND WOMEN How Many Jewish Men and Women of Greater Miami are or who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States? YOUR HELP IS NEEDED to get the answer accurately and completely. For that reason you are urged to cooperate at once with THE WAR RECORDS BUREAU of the GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE of the JEWISH WELFARE BOARD, 1567 S. W. 5th St., Miami. Help us compile a complete history of the glorious part which Americans of Jewish faith are playing in this war side by side with their fellow citizens of every other creed and background. Please fill in the form below and return at once to the office of the War Record Bureau at the aforementioned address. Pass this to a relative or friend that needs to send in this information. *jg£ t urtfcll Help Us Complete an Important Job .... Do It Now! Name (Print) Serial NumberHome Address Birth Date Birth Place Civilian Occupation Marital Status Date Entered Service Service (Check) Army. Marine Corps. .Present Rank—. Branch Duty Navy Coast Guard If Veteran—Date Discharged %  Schools Attended Jewish Affiliations Name of Nearest Kin.— Address Relationship Honors. Awards, Casualty, Acts of Heroism or Other Events of Service If possible will you please give the names and home addresses of any other local Service People you can suggest for our files WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE NAT ROTH. Chairman .. FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN MAURICE GROSSMAN MRS. HARRY GORDON SAM LAMBERT, J. W. B. Director OFFICERS "ONTE SEUG. Vlc.-C.lr^ ^^ "'CTRL WE.NKLE. Vlc-Chalrman EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ""•Herbert Wallach. Rudy Adler. Mrs. George J. BWttBM. Jg*


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mmmamm PAGE EIGHT +Jewish ncridlam 2222*i* Hundreds of supporters are joining the ever growing ranks of followers of Harry Zukernick, candidate for the Beach city council. Statements and advertisements are appearing constantly listing hundred of prominent Beachites endorsing his candidacy. The Miami Beach Sun, daily publication, in a lead editorial Tuesday endorsed Zukernick's candidacy. The editorial in part stated: "About ten years ago a personable young attorney, a graduate of Brooklyn Law school, who had practised in New York for five years, came to fastgrowing Miami Beach to cast his lot. Eager, diligent, faithful to his clients, unselfishly doing many good works for his fellowmen, he has acquired in his tenyear residence here a position of eminence among the younger members of the bar, and of prominence and influence as a civic and philanthropic worker. By his virtues Harry Zukernick has drawn to himself the friendship and respect of a lai>e number of well known and influential citizens of Miami Beach and these gentlemen now are backing him for city council. The Sun-Tropics concurs in their judgment that he will make an excellent councilman, with the earnest hope that the voters will avail themselves of his services in our city government. Becoming well established in law practice at Miami Beach, Zukernick commenced an intensive career of volunteer civic work. The more work he took on the more capacity for it he developed. Zukernick was one of the founders and became the first president of the Young Men and Women's Hebrew association, and now holds that office for the third year. He is secretary and counsel for the housing corporation which has provided apartments for a large number of servicemen's families, and is a member of the servicemen's hospitality committee. His platform: Keep the proposed city hospital and city auditorium out of politics; reduce taxes by promoting economy and efficiency; provide a fair pension for city employees; construct adequate sidewalks; acquire and develop the Firestone estate and other sites for parks and bathing beaches; be accessible to all citizens at all times; create a city department for servicemen's activities. Zukernick's talents as lawyer and his experience in organization work fit him admirably for the duties of councilman. His offer to serve is an opportunity for the community." SERVICE LEAGUE HOLDS MEETING Miami Service League held a meeting at the Beach "Y" May 28. Mrs. Murray Koven, president, announced at that time that the installation luncheon scheduled for Monday, June 4r have been cancelled indefinitely. Buy More War Bonds. GOOD OIL NEWS! Humble's big new well came in last week. Prices of nearby acreage will advance but I can still sell you 640 acres at $10 per acre, if you will hurry. Full mineral right and insured title. The Oil Acreage Market Is Becoming Active M. A. LYONS Seybold Building 3-1493 LOCKE FEATURED ON ZIONIST PROGRAM Francis P. Locke, editorial writer for the Miami Daily News, will be featured on the program of the gala dinner-dance which the Miami Zionist District will stage Monday evening, June 4. The affair will take place at Lilley's restaurant. 829 Biscayne Blvd. Locke, well-known in this area for his writings and speaking appearances, will discuss Zionism. Present reservations indicate a sell-out and the committee in charge, co-chairmaned by Harry Gordon and Jerome Weinkle, are completing last minute details to make the affair outstanding. The evening's activities will begin with dinner at 7:45, followed by the speaking program. A number of prominent guests have indicated that they will be present and will be introduced. Seven leading entertainment acts will be presented as part of the floor show, followed by dancing. Limited number of reservations may still be obtained from Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2-18Q& LAUDERDALE SERVICES Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will speak on "Ethics of the Fathers of the Talmud" at regular service Friday evening at Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale. BOXES FOR CANCER DRIVE BEING OPENED One thousand boxes into which patrons of Greater Miami department stores, small shops, night club and other establishments have been dropping coins, bills and checks for the last month in the Dade county cancer drive for $50,000 arc now in the process of being opened and their contents counted. W. W. Lyons, assistant manager of Sears, Roebuck & Co., Miami, is county chairman of the drive. The 1,000 boxes have been replaced by others in the same establishments, Lyons said, and the drive is continuing. NEW 500-ROOM HOTEL FOR MIAMI BEACH Harry Sirkin, prominent hotel man of Miami Beach and active in the communal life of that city, announced construction of a new 500-room hotel on the Northeast corner of Lincoln Rd. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach, the present site of the Beach "Y." Mr. Sirkin said building would be started as soon as priorities are available. Enemy ears Are ever near If we don't talk They can't hear. ecayv Convent \Gt^ G wn" J prW • tfTE* All Out for the MIGHTY 7th!WAR LOAN NOW RIGHT K the NURSERY. will be >/* la the BBSTf ^ See, Joe, right off our room — with a big tilec bathroom between. Just wait'll you see that bathroom, Joe, with a stall shower just for me! It's going to be the kind of home Betty and F have always dreamed about. Air Conditioned, of course. You know the modern kind of yeai 'found Air Conditioning. Good luck to you, sailor. may you come home soon to Betty and the youngsters and build this dream home you're talking about. And right you are absolutely right about modern Air ^Conditioning ... it will be as much apart of the home of tomorrow as tlie roof! For modern Air Conditioning will enable you to control tlie weather every day in the year! Of course, along with other essential industries. Air Conditioning has gone to war, but with an eye Sole Distributor, in South Florida of on the days of peace Belcher has maintained its staff of Air Conditioning consultants who are ready now to confer with you, your architect and consulting engineer about your plans for Air Conditioning. Deposits on Carrier Home Air Conditioning units are being taken now at Belcher Industries. Orders will be filled in sequence as soon as possible after Victory. BELCHER INDUSTRIES A />n nion of Belcher Oil Company ESTABLISHED l#ll MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES. FLORID* Air Conditioning and Refrigeration



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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945 *Jeisfi fk>rldHan PAGE NINE B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By Paul Weitzman Pinch-hitting for David R. Isen Rc ; n g a guest columnist (in th S column) is like being a boarder in our own home. We held down this corner for so inne that it was a relief to have ',,ers take over. And now that S have another time at bat. it f 7el strange. And strange were, drive-all obtained by Milt of the lodge areT extended to £2 S circumstances which brought Friedman and Jerry Freehling. family. MSSfi^gL?^ s back, for this once—we're mother's little helper. Dave Isen Sad to Uh-tail it up to Washington, in a race with the stork, "Vwith hls Wlfe After a twenty-four hour wait, Dave finally got a plane out, and we don't know whether he arrived first or the stork—in fact we don't know what happened yet. We hope however, the everything is well with them all. Does this make us a nurse's aid? And now to work. The Bond Drive Milton A. Friedman wants it known that in this Seventh War Loan Drive, of which he is Miami chairman, B'nai B'rith is not the tail that is wagging the dog In fact, from the looks of things, unless the members get behind this War Loan Drive, we'll have to slink along dark "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. alleys in shame. Not because our members are not buying bonds —they are!—But because B'nai Brith is not getting credit for the purchases. About $300,000 in all series bonds have been credited to B'nai B'rith in this Miami Beach Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, and his wife Magda, announced the arrival of a son, and the brith was held Saturday last at the Rabbi's SynaTs B u e u .!. • arold and Stella Turk held the brith for their son since the last column, and a reception that lasted all of a bunday afternoon Barney Cohen of Orlando Lodge visited Miami last week and saw many of his friends in Sholem Lodge. Brother Norman Bamberg passed away and the condolences IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP fo N.E.I" AV£. s


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MB PAGE TEN +JewlstncrMlari_ FRIDAY, JUNE 1.1945 T • c if Between You and Me By BORIS SMOLAR Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc. 99 San Francisco Echoes Very few people in America know that Soviet Foreign Commissar Molotov, who played such an important role at the San Francisco Conference, has a Jewish broher-in-law in this country ... He is Sam Karp of Bridgeport, Conn., who is married to Molotov's sister ... It was known in San Francisco that Molotov, who is very fond of Karp, asked the latter to meet him during his stay at the conference, but transportation difficulties prevented the meeting of the two Dmitry Manuilsky. head of the Ukrainian delegation at the San Francisco Conference, is the only Jewish member in all the three Soviet delegations participating in the UNCIO ... He speaks Russian and French, but no English Believe it or not, but in San Francisco members of the Arab delegations were boasting that the United States would send no less than $12,000,000 in LendLease supplies to Saudi Arabia during 1945 Arab propagandists were busy in San Francisco spreading the "news" that the pan-Arab League would be ready to agree to the admission of 100,000 Jews from Europe to Palestine within a period of ten years providing that the Jews agree that Palestine becomes an independent country with an Arab majority ... A. G. Brotman, executive secretary of the board of deputies of British Jews, who came as an observer to San Francisco, and his trip interrupted by a Nazi torpedo The ship on which he sailed was sunk in the middle of the Atlantic, but Brotman, after being rescued, insisted that he must reach the United States in time for the San Francisco Conference And so he was put on another vessel which brought him to our shores just a few days prior to Germany's surrender. • • • The Anti-Semitic Front Government agencies watching the activities of subversive groups in this country were aware of the fact that a certain anti-Semitic organization shipped to San Francisco seventeen cases of anti-Jewish literature for distribution during the United Nations Conference Measures were taken to see that this literature should not be distributed Homer Maertz, the fellow who advocates the sterilization of Jews in the United States, was also in San Francisco with large batches of literature ... He planned to picket the hotels of the American delegation, but was apparently compelled to change his plan when he realized that it might cost him his liberty For the first time I came face to face with Gerald L. K. Smith in San Francisco, where he was refused admission to the Conference He strikes me as a shrewd demagogue, who is, nevertheless, far from being intelligent, and who is a ignoramus as far as political affairs are concerned, knowing less than any school boy reading the daily press ... A recent issue of "Women's Voice" ANH EUSER-BUSCH Budweisei TRADE MARK KtO. U. *AT. OFF. EVERYWHERE Distributed by NATIONAL BRANDS using Henry Ford as an authority, says that the Jews started the last war; the Jews wrote the last peace; the Jews dominated" Woodrow Wilson This despite repeated retractions by Ford Did you hear of the United Israel Fellowship which will hold its second annual convention in Los Angeles next month? This group is part of the Anglo-Israel cult which claims that the Anglo-Savons are the true Israelites and the Jews are "direct seed of Satan. • • • Post War Hopes With the end of the war in Europe, "Jews in the Post-War World." just published by Dryden Press, is a most timely book In fact, it is the kind of a book that anyone interested in the various Jewish problems of today must read ... It gives the history of the Jews between the two world wars—and all their major problems—in a concise form, digested and interpreted in a way which leaves nothing to desire Written by Max Gottschalk and Abraham G. Duker. the volume is the result of a serious study by the Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems of the American Jewish Committee There is no angle in Jewish life since World War I which is not dealt with in this volume, with a view of telling the world what the Jews had, what they lost and what they believe they are cut it led to receive at the forthcoming peace conference ... In addition to comparing the status of the Jews in the two world wars and in the period between these two wars, the book gives excellent background on how the Jews prepared for the peace conference during World War I, and how the methods of protection of Jewish rights resulting from this conference failed, and why ... It analyses impartially the various plans for the protection hiehly pra sed both by ^> on 'f^ and non-Zionists for its clanty and its impartiality No bettor and more serious and com pact study on every aspect o the Jewish position in the lasit twenty-five years has appeared up to now. Miltary Note* Major Henry Pitt, the Jewish paratrooper who captured Julius Streichcr in his hideout on a Bavarian farm, is only 2b years old Prior to joining the U. S. Army he was connected with a New York law firm • He was wounded several times on the German front and is the holder of several decorations Speaking of decorations, I heard that my friend Lt Colonel Abel Schechter. who was director of national radio news and special events for NBC in New York, has received the Legion of Merit .He was awarded this decoration last week week for "exceptionally meritorius conduct" in establishing an extensive radio transmission system for Gen. MacArthur's command My friend Carroll Binder, former foreign editor of the Chicago Daily News has not heard from his son for almost a year, since he was reported missing on a bombing raid Now he has received his son's diary, one of the last entries of which discusses the case of another pilot who had been lost a few days earlier—a chap named Mike, who Binder writes, "belonged to the race which Hitler has told us is inferior" "This same race, the entry reads, "obviously has a genius for finding "safe and sheltered' jobs, such as flying crew positions in the 8th Air Force. I can testify to that from what I know of our own squadron, in which 12 per cent of the pilots, 30 per cent of the navigators and 20 per cent of the bombardiers belong to the taioied race whose population is just over 4 per cent of Americas total." Buy More War Bonds. COOPERATION IN HELPING JEWS The Jewish communities of South Africa and South America have been most cooperative in their efforts to help Jews in Europe. Not only are they conducting successful fund-raising campaigns but, through the JDC they are responsible lor large shipments of supplies overseas Along the same lines, the initiative shown by Jewish servicemen and college students in raising money for the JDC program is inspiring and heartwarming. Reports of such campaigns have come from the iiinei Foundation at Duke University, from the Maiden, Mass. A.Z.A. Chapter, from Camp Grant, Lawrenceville, I1L ACCOUNTING UP TO DATE At present writing (Mav Mi the JDC has appropriated rn^i than $12,000,000 during 1945 f'? its world-wide activities, and it is definite that emergencies will be presented constantly, necessi tating tremendous jumps in allocations. FREE AGAIN JDC representatives have started to send over lists of newly-liberated Jews from the carrm at Oswiecim, Buchenwald. Rav*ensbruck and other infamous hell-holes. Some of the lists contain names of relatives here in the States, and the JDC is attempting to contact them. Buy More War Bonds. DINE IN COMFORT AT THE STRAND RESTAURANT Washim/ton Ave. at 12th St., Miami Beach OPEN ALL YEAR AIR CONDITIONED II lull 1 ll" Miniuiim-nl "I Mir III.-mil II.II, • .1 II. 11..-.., -•-. Telephone 58-2979 ADELINE LITTMAN AND JENNIE SEEDEN 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 wiite Box 1029 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 '£ Pd. Pol. Adv. VOTE FOR Wm. (BILL) BURBRIDGE FOR CITY COUNCIL Ten years of Constructive Service as a Miami Beach City Councilman justifies another Term. 1 Paid ixil. a" v FOR CONSTRUCTIVE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT RE-ELECT HERBERT A. 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FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1945 'JewistiJhridUmn In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship ..MI REACH JEWI8H COMMUN. "i'rFNTERConservative. 1415 Ku|T YCENTfc Uea( h Kll „ bala8 clld k i %  Krldi y evening at 7:15. SerS^turday rnoritag at 9 will be Tl0 c 9 ..',.< graduates of the Miami fi£'rtentofHlfb School. Kllot n, 'i' •. followed by gStafsSudos at 7 P. m. and Maariv it 8 Pm MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONMMATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave. JrtdW evening, services at ?:[& rn. (hturdav morning services at 8:30 a. ?"]8Mta at 7 a. m., followed by LISTEN TO "Palestine Speaks" Over WK AT (13G0 on Your Dial) Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m. S h 2'? 8 J te udo8 IUK| Maariv. Schaarcl l? a HJi! mUd Torah S. W 3rd St. trltlay evening services at 7 30 L.JE: Sa tu ,r da y morning combined services at 9 a. m. Frank K. Shear win 'h Mr V Mrs Mar, y BSSJ will become bar mitzvah, and will conduct services and address the congregation. A brother, Murrav. will road in the Torah. Rabbi Simon April will respond. Mlncha at 7 p. m followed by Schalos Seudos and Maariv. n?5T H J ACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave., Miami ^ Beach.—Friday evening service at 7:30 p m. Saturday morning !?VSS at 8:3 a m Schalos Seudos at 7:30 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N. B. 19th St. Regular services Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro, will become bar mitzvah. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue. Regular services Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and Saturday morning at 8:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can. tor Abraham Friedman will officiate. BETH SHOLOM CENTER, Conservative, 761 41st Street. Miami Roach. Friday evening services at 5:45. PAGE ELEVEN HOME AVAILIBLE experienced individual desires to take care of semi-invalid for couple in her private home (with board). Special attention if necessary. Phone 4-0440. TOP SOIL MUCK AND MARL We Spread Bitter Blue Sod All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service PHONE 3-6933 OBITUARIES MRS. GERTRUDE COWEN Mrs. Gertrude Cowen, prominent in civic affairs here for a number of years and wife of Morris L. Cowen, died in a local hospital Saturday. Mrs. Cowen came to Miami 24 years ago from New York and resided at 2120 S. W. Sixth St. one was active in fraternal organizations and led in many civic projects in the Miami area. She was one of the first signers of the charter for Temple Israel, was a member of the £rSE le Israel sist erhood, Miami Welfare Bureau, Miami Service league, National Council of Jewish Women, B'nai B'rith auxiliary and the first president of Shenandoah school PTA. Survivors, besides the husband, include two daughters, the Misses Faye L. and Sybil E. Cowen, both of Miami; two sons, Sgt. Raymond Cowen, USA overseas, and Lt. Myron J. Cowen, USMC, on Okinawa, and three sisters, Mrs. Henry Bulbin and Mrs. Max Nankin, both of Miami, and Mrs. Sam Jacobus of Ridgewood, N. J. Funeral services were held in Temple Israel, Wednesday afternoon with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. Burial followed in Graceland Park. Gordon Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. MRS. ETTA NEWMAN Mrs. Etta Nwman, 78, of 720 West 50th St.. Miami Beach, died in a hospital following a brief Illness. She came to Miami 11 years ago from Cleveland, Ohio, and was a member of the American Legion auxiliary, Post No. 85. She Is survived by two sons. Dr. Leon Newman, of Cleveland, and Harold B. New1 man, of Gallon, Ohio, and a daughAMERICANS! 9th wematyfot}tctoiyand )MPU/ carit motif An early end of the war in the South Pacific means the saving of thousands of American lives. This victory must be paid for. Patriotism and moral support are not sufficient—your money is needed, too. %tyowi dottaMfight-Back the MIGHTY SEVENTH DADE COUNTY'S QUOTA IS $27,746,000.00 YOUR QUOTA IS ALL YOU CAN POSSIBLY BUY 101 E. FLAGLER ST. 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 TlielrefJfaliottalBank of Miami EDWARD C. ROMFH, President LAURENCE ROMFH. Assistant to the President ORGANIZED 1902 MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ter, Mrs. Julia Berman, of Miami Beach. Gordon funeral home sent the remains to Cleveland for services and interment. BERTHOLD S. MENDELSON Iierthold S. Mendelson, 50, of 3300 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach passed away last week. He came to Miami six years ago from Brooklyn, N. T. Surviving are the wife. Mrs. Martha H. Mendelson, of 'Miami, and two daughters, the Misses Helen Marjorie and Selma .lean Mendi i..,,„. both of New York City. Riverside Memorial chapel sent the body to New York City for services and burial. LOUIS STRAUSS funeral services for Louis Strauss. I,,' a retl r ed broker, were held at Riverside Memorial chapel, with Rabbi Saul Appelbaum officiating. Interment was at Temple Israel cemetery. .Strauss, who had lived here 2J years died last Thursday afternoon at his residence, 3925 X. Meridian Ave. He came here from HamSSte' nlar 'Surviving him is his wife. Mrs. Sadie Strauss. BEACH JEWISH CENTER TO HONOR GRADUATES The second annual service dedicated to June graduates of Miami Senior high school will take place Saturday morning at services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Eliot Lainoff will extend greetings on behalf of the graduating class, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman will respond. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant. The Center sisterhood will tender a reception in honor of the graduates following the services. United States War Bonds are still the best investment. MONDAY, JUNE 4: Miami Zionist dinner dance, Lilley's Restaurant, 829 Blscayne Blvd., Miami, 7:4.1 p. m. TUESDAY, JUNE 5: National Home for Jewish Children at Denver, regular meeting, 2 p. m.; Temple Israel board meeting, 8 p. in.; Hadassah board meeting, 2 p. m. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6: National Council of Jewish Women, board meeting, 10 a. m.; Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, regular membership meeting, 8:30 p. m.; Jewish Social Service Bureau, board of directors meeting, Beth David, 8 p. m. FRIDAY. JUNE 8: American Jewish Congress Women s Division, Friday Review, 1:30 p. m. Buy More War Bonds! need is greater than ever. The "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. HEW BISCHVnE flREIIII S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE. BOXING WRESTLING MONDAY NTTE FRIDAY NTTE FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND 3-1236 10 RACES N I G H T L y DAILY DOUBLE 1st ft 3rd RACES QUI NIELAS EVERY RACE POST TIME 8 P. M. ADMISSION 25c No Minon Admitted TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAyNE Me Miami Transit but No. 10 out to N. W. 7uS Avenue and 103rd Slrett; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107th Street, *%£&&*%& BX; 7A Av nue o 115th Street FREE TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK I HALn \IIJH \ 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7'tMves i



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PAGE TWELVE 9-Jmlstfhrldkm FRIDAY. JUNE t m OfiMlAm^f Gen. George C. Marahsll ^*'. '^ :: ^ ^^^.. all B^sW Jen.DwightD.Eiienhowei Adm. WuUara D. Leahy Ada Ernest J. King Gen, Henry H. Arnold Gen. DougUi ] These men can tell you why the 7 !" WAR LOAN is the BIGGEST yet/ Adm.ChcitcrW.NimiU rou ARE being asked to lend more money than ever before—in the 7th War Loan. These men can tell you why. They can tell you of giant ships ready to slide down the ways this year. They can tell you of a whole new air force in the building—huge new bombers and fast new jet-propelled planes coming off the lines by thousands. They could show you why it is cheaper and quicker to give our Pacific Forces entirely new equipment sometimes—instead of shipping tanks and guns from Europe. They can, in short, show you 101 ways in which your dollars are needed more than ever to bring America's might to its full strength—so that we may crush our foe the faster, make an end of killing, and brintf our men back home. r-w^V< *f • Will you tell these men "I can't afford to buy my share"? ,lli Grand National Importers Ut Truit BldOSungas Company Now at tS0 N. W. 24th St—Ph. 8-3886 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1SS1 Alton ltd., Miami Baaeh East Coast Fisheries, Inc. MO W. Flaglor St. South Seas Hotel 17S1 Colllni Ave., Miami Baach Savoy Plaza Hotel 439 Ocean Drlva Stevens Markets 2201 N. W. 62nd St.—7.SOS5 2012 Ponca da Leon Blvd.—4-1888 National Produce Co., Inc. SIM N. W. 13th Ave. Beliord Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ave. This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under the auspic es of Treasury Russian Bear Restaurant •2* Lincoln Road, Miami Baach Richie Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. w. 27th Ava. Rainbow Gardens—Florist 840 N. E. 78th St. Loeb & Gottfried, Slaughterers Rod Road. Hlalaah K. Bums & Son—Jewelers 114 E. FUgler St. George J. Bertman—Real Estate 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beech A. F. Given—Accountant Congren Building Florida Waste Paper & Salvage, Inc. 333 N. W. 22nd Line Hippodrome Bar N. m. 2nd Ave. Alabama Poultry Market IBM N. w. 7th Ava. Joes Groceries & Markets 47S N. W. 14th St. South Florida Produce 1280 N. W. 22nd St. .. Caoca—Eugana Btocher— N. Bpltgalman Triangle Fruit Co. J I m my—Tony—Lou 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Corbltt Poultry & Egg Co. 1338 N. W. 7th Ava. Paragon Paint Distributing Corp. B46 W. Flaglar St. Blue Mofflin Bar 818 Alton Road, Miami Baach Biscoyne Laundry 281 11th St., Miami Baach Department | Mslro"! BabH** Scbadj Tit 211 3622 C* Biscay"*] 3003 M Star M1 w l,M BaswWstaeWa hiiirtL.' %  4l-&ifte



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Lrtt.vmii*" *Jenisti IkrkUjr PAGE THIRTEEN Our armies, our aavy need more guns, more ammunition, more food—more of all the supplies that go toward victory and they need them now I That's why you are being asked to back them in the biggest, toughest War Loan Drive everthe Mighty 74b War Loan, NOW! Your fighting dollars are needed, urgendy needed, to help pay for fighting equip: ment—you must lend your share. Find your individual quota of extra War Bonds, and meet it! The quota is larger—because the Mighty 7th is really two War Bond Drives in one— but remember, when you buy War Bonds you don't give, you invest. You'll get back every cent you put into War Bonds, and more! Buy more War Bonds now—out fighting men are making even bigger sacrifices for victory! BUY BIGGER WAR BONDS NOW— WAR LOAN IN THE MIGHTY SEVENTH WAR LOAN! T HE GENERALS and admirals can show us why our money is needed— more. money than before. too. But other men can show us something. They're the men with twisted, crippled limbs...with clever iron hooks instead of n*nds. The blind men ... the men with scarred, seamed faces. And perhaps worst of all, the men with blasted, darkened minds. They can show us, clearly, how small is any sacrifice we make in lending money. If you have an income, whether from work, land, or capital, you have a quota in the 7th War Loan. Find out what that quota is— and make it! M OUT FOR MEM/my 7**WAR MM UNO rOUl QUOTA AND AUUCl III IF YOU* AVUAOI INCOMI P MONTH Mi YOUR riRSONAl WAS-BOND QUOTA IS: (CASH VALUE) MATURITY VAIUI or 7TH WAR 10AN BONDS BOUGHT (ISO (1(7 JO (258 229-258 150 00 388 a 10-ns 11I.SS 17S aoo-n* iiue 1M 1SS-SM tl.7J IX !4.1|* 7S.SS IS* 100-141 S7JS M UiMWtltS 1(7S SS ^ )unca and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals. rco. George E. BunnelL Inc. 7* N. E. 20th Tor. Varsity Cleaners 20B-210 Alhambra Circio. Coral Oabloo Flamingo Plaza Hotel 1050 Morldlan Av*., Miami Boach Trail Top Shop 1t S. W. Bth St. Eat-a-bit. Sandwich Shop 1145 N. E. 2nd Av.. Certified Poultry & Egg Co Inc. 72* N. E. lot Av*. B & B Grocery 2351 N. W. 41st St. Rhea's Women's Apparel (11 41ot St., Miami Boach Jean's Biscayne Tavern 11420 N. W. 7th A v.. Army Salvage Quarters •1*0 N. W. 27th Av*. Hotel Sheldon 227 7th St., Miami Beach Faymus Fay's 24 N. Miami Avo. Orlin's Army 4 Navy Stare 109 N. E. lot Avo. Palmer Funeral Chapel 200* W. Flaglor St. A A Exterminating Co. 2**4 W. Flaglor St. Neonite Sign Co. 252 N. W. 29th St. Louis Haftel— Women's Apparel 1095 Lincoln Rd., Miami Boach City Ice & Fuel Co. S37 N. W. 15th St. Bill Battcock Painting Contractor 3720 Blocayno Blvd. Clipper Inn—Restaurant 2(25 Grand Av*., Coconut Orovo Fincher Oldsmobile Co. 1740 N. E. 2nd Av*. Silver Paint Co. 2S W. FUgl.r St., Miami (53 Colllna Avo.. Miami Boaoh Dallas Park Hotel & Apartments 111 B. E. 3rd St. Ball & Chain Restaurant 1515 S. W. 8th St. Coopers Liquor Bar & Package Store 1(90 N. W. (2nd St. Plantation Bar 13(0 N. W. 3rd Avo. Rabin's Congoleum & Shade Co. 21( N. Miami Avo. Dr. Walter K. Foley 1110 Lincoln Rd., Miami Boach Walker Casket Co. 535 N. W. 24th St. Mn HBa^SiiB^ftttfSlEttBsi*!



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•• : •. PAGE FOURTEEN # Jew!stFhrSdHqri Palm Beach Notes MRS. MARY SCHRERNICK. ReprewntotiT* Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shcir were hosts recently to a number of friends in honor of Mrs. Dora Saltar, who is leaving for her home at Boyce, Idaho. Games were played, and Mrs. E. Greenstein, high scorer, received a leather-bound table as a prize. The guest-of-honor was presented with a linen handkerchief. Among those present were Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, Mr. and Mrs. Bayer, Rabbi and Mrs. M. Greenstein and A. Levin. The Army-Navy Committee held a dance Friday night for servicemen stationed at Boca Raton. Serving refreshments to the boys were Lillian Metz, Sylvia Rotfeld, Ethel Smith, Muriel Shutzer and Fay Cantor. On Sunday the organization sponsored a picnic at Du Bois Camp Jupiter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Metz, Mr. and Mrs. Blumb, and Mr. and Mrs. Rotfeld served refreshments to the group. Others attending were Lillian Metz, Pvt. Stanley Metz, Muriel Shutzer, Sylvia Rotfeld. Ethel Smith, Hannah Bell Blumberg, Louis Blumberg and Faye Cantor. The Rev. Winslow S. Drummond, of the First Presbyterian Church spoke on "The Postwar World" at a meeting of the B'nai B'rith at Scher Memorial Hall last week. War Bonds amounting to $60,000 were sold following the talk, making a total of $116,000 in bonds sold by the order during the 7th War Loan Drive. Dave Katz presided and Dr. Joseph C. Berstein presented the program. Directors of the District 10 Welfare Board met in monthly session and reelected Dr. Carl N. Herman chairman for the year beginning July 1, 1945. Joe Hill, West Palm Beach, was elected vice chairman and the Rev. Allen W. Graves, Fort Pierce, secretary. 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 FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach, Fla. SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the i Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro §H t it tu ducts and Ice Cream. — UUI • AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE >^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^i^i^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^i C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. MRS. WILLIAMS HEADS COUNCIL _OF WOMEN Mrs Nat Williams, who was chosen to ajjain head the National Council of Jewish Women of Miami, was installed in office at a luncheon meeting at Hammond's Restaurant The program included a boon review by Edward Clarke on the ••Fiery Angel" written by Miami's own Ramona Sawyer Barth. At the affair the authoress personally j autographed he books sold, and donated the proceeds of the sale to the National Council's scholarship fund at the University. Officers who will assist Mrs. Williams in her administration are1st vice president, Mrs. Morris Alpert; 2nd vice president Mrs. David Philips; 3rd vice president, Mrs. Irving Kobley. financial secretary, Mrs. David Honoroff, assisted by Mrs. Stuart Gordon; recording secretary, Mrs. Wm. Caplan; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert Green; treasurer, Miss Edna Heller; auditor, Mrs. Leo Ackerman; board of directors: Mesdames Stanley Phillips. Aaron Farr, J. Eppstein, Ada Josephs, Stanley Myers, Wm. Farr. Jack Cohen, Herman Wepman and D. Broad. INTERESTING ITEM FROM ITALY Jewish refugees in Italy ran their own campaign for funds out of their meager resources and managed to raise about $38,000 for the JDC. They marked the money for help to stricken Jews in Poland—they know what suffering means. PURCHASES IN PALESTINE JDC purchases in Palestine continue to boost industry there. Among the recent supplies bought there are 5,000 pairs of shoes and more than 4,000 pounds of medicaments which are being prepared for shipment to the Balkans. This last transaction is but one in a long list of JDC purchases made in Palestine. THI MIGHTY WAR LOAN Satisfaction Guaranteed MASON — CONCRETE & CARPENTRY Licensed and Insured 3-5539 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 LEGAL NOTICES Pd. Pol. AdT. NOTICE IS HKUKHY OIVEN that tinundersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of KAKRV MARKET at 2801 N. W. 18th Avenue, Miami Florida, Intends l.i register said name with the Clerk of Dade County, Florida. J. J. ANNIS THEATOHER ANNIS MYERS & HBIMAN Attorneys for Applicants. .V18-23 6/1-8-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Commercial Chemical Products at Dade County, Fla. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Sole Owner SAMUEL A. KATZ .MARX FKINBERO Attorney for Applicant. 5/S6 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Hade Construction Company at 201 Calumet Building, Miami, Florida Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. MURRAY KASTOFF WALTER A. TREPTE 5/4-11-18-25 6/1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Lalbson Court Apartments at 73S Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JACOB SNE1DER JENNIE SNEIDER 5/23 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.—IN PROBATE. No. 16279 In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS HOWE, Deceased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against Said Estate: You, and each of you, are hereby notified and required, to present any clalmi and demands* which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MILTON SIIAAS HOWE deceased late of Dade County, Florida, to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. County Judge of Dade County, and file the same In his office In the County Courthouse In Dade County, Florida, within eight calendar months from the date of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the claimant and to be sworn to and presented as aforesaid, or same will be barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Date May 15. A.D. 1945. R. H. WISENRAKER. As Administrator of the Estate of MILTON SILAS HOWE. Deceased. MAX R. SILVER, Attorney for Administrator. 6/18-28 6/1-8 ^PAY.JDME!,, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROBECK REALTY CO., nt 1023 SVyliold Building intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida. VIVIAN II. BECK DOROTHY ROSENBLUM MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 6/1-8-15-22-29 BALLANTINE'S ALE ( America's Pints! Since 7840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS. INC. NOTICE IS Ii|.-i7i7mrr the undersigned,' &'* GIVEN ^ business under tl„. .'h '"engajoi Swafford Auto l'aiu ^. ""> 5 62nd St.. Miami HL', 1 1 88 .N.w' register said nan,,, w t • |h l n '?!"l ti thO ri Clrcu.t Court o^Cle^ HERSCHEL SWAPPoRn MILTON A. FRIEr>M.\v ^l* Own* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVlv the undersigned, desirhw n E ,lu In business under the fi,-n,i '"Wtt of J & M K.,,.!,.,,;.:,,' '"sr* successors to E A J v,,„i„ ot 1 c) • '--.) at SMUT MST'^ Florida i.it..„a '"'.I! AV M. Miami, Florida Intend,;. ven said name with th,"clerk of ,W to cult Court „f Dade Count? &S r M( iRRIs PONCKH orld JOSEPH WEINRRDn MILTON A. raiBSDMAN M Attorney for Applicant, 5/11-18-25 6/1-8 "" ,cams NOTICE OF A APPUCAT,0N TO* File 39573 Notice Is hereby given tho, r. Zlnkel holder as a'ssigneof cu. 0 ^ Miami Tax Certificate Niimkl. 9560, dated the 2nd day T\T\ A.D. 1930. has filed said cStlft M in my office, and has made "pn?H tlon for tax deed to issue the !" In accordance with law. Said & ficate embraces the following 2 scribed property, situated in DaLI County. Florida, to-wit: ""• r, L ? t „ 2 Blk 3 Oovcland Park, Puil Book 6. Page 91. in the City of vu I ami. County of Dade, State of Floridi'l The assessment of said pronerhil under the Certificate Issued wiVtaI the name of Unknown. Unless saiSI Certificate shall be redeemed accort.l Ing to law. tax deed will issue there. I 1945" th 2 h day June AD I Dated this 16th day of May, A.D.| E. B. LEATHERMAX, Clerk of Circuit Court.1 Dade Countv, FlorMa r (Circuit Court Seal. L By N. C. STERRETT, D. cl 5/18-26 6/1-8-15 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatl the undersigned, desiring to engagal In business under the fictitious namil of Modern Sheet Metal ManufacturJ ers at 1227 N. E. 2nd Ave. inter,* to register said name with the Cterti of the Circuit Court of Dade County] Florida. JOHN J. SCHWARTZ MINNIE SCHWARTZ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thtl| the undersigned, desiring to enjran In business under the fictitious name] of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY 55 N. E. 24th Street, Miami, Florll Intends to register said name wltlj the Clerk of the Circuit Court Dade Countv. Florida. I. W. OREEN LEON OREEN ALBERT A GREEN JOSEPH ARAOO MYERS & HEIMAN Attornevs for Applicants 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ui the undersigned, desiring to ensat in business under the fictitious name of IJBBY SPORTSWEAR at SampM Room No. 4. Roberts Hotel. 29-11 W. 1st St., Miami, Florida, ijj tends to register said name willi UV 1 clerk of the Circuit Court of w* County, Florida. JACK UPSON MAX BERNSTEIN MYERS A HBIMAN Attorneys for applicants. 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tUj the undersigned, desiring to "**. in business under the I ctltlous njnj of STAR LIQUOR STORE NO. 2 i %  1050 North Miami A^nue MiaU Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Coum of Dade County. Florida. MACK COHAN MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for applicant 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 ELECT An Able Executive SIDNEY H. ELLISON TO City Council Paid poL •*•



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fflDAYJUNEj, 1945 +Jewish nurMten PAGE FIFTEEN BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS WILLIAM BURBRIDGE .jHate who points with I Vrt record is William fhridw 59, now completing jurbnoge, councilman. ""oAriJff^s first elected in TO served continuously exgtfS Jeriod. from 1939 1941 The councilman came to MlrBeach 22 years ago from "Ks depression years, and £ aided in the city's rise to a |S era of prosperity. HERBERT A. FHINK I Energetic Herbert A. Frink. wh0 already has served six rears as a councilman se^sreI Ltion on a broad platform that I features development of a wellI fanned business promotion profile 1 'advocates a change in the Iritv's publicity program, conIrtniction of a youth receation center as a living war memorial, rehabilitation of city streets and construction of additional storm and sanitary sewers. He favors protection of zoning restrictions, employment for the city's returned servicemen, better street lighting. Owner and operator of the Vann Cleaners, Frink, 42. has fought for construction of a municipal auditorium and city hospital and purchase of oceanfront property for public parks, all recently authorized by freeholders. A resident of Miami Beach for 23 years, he won the highest number of votes in the city's history during his campaign four years ago. Frink is a member of the Elks, Masons, Scottish Rite, Shriners, Odd Fellows, Kiwanis and Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce. He lives with his wife and two children at 1700 Jefferson Ave. MAURICE KLEIN Establishment of an advisory council of business and civic leaders to help returning veterans is favored by Dr. Maurice Klein, veteran of World War I and pharmacist prominent in civic affairs at Miami Beach. Dr. Klein, 48, has twice served as commander of the Miami Beach American Legion post, has headed the Jewish War Veterans and Washington Ave. Merchants' association. He is an Elk, Mason, member of the Knights of Pythias, Youth Advisory Council of Miami Beach, Beach "Y," B'nai B'rith and served as chief air raid warden for the beach. He advocates more parks and playgrounds, a public swimming pool, building of a youth recreation center and establishment of an advisory panel of civic and business leaders to meet with the city council. Born in New York, Dr. Klein was graduated from Fordham university with a doctor's degree in pharmacy. He lives with his wife at 1521 Jefferson Ave. A son, Gerald, is in the Army. 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 Pd. Pol. Adv. JOHN M. LARIMER Free lots for Miami Beach returned servicemen and establishment of a port of entry at the Beach are advocated by Dr. John M. Larimer, candidate for city council. He urges increased publicity for the city as a health resort and convention city, to overcome Latin-American competition. The candidate would improve sidewalks, streets and lighting, ratify the police and firemen's pension bill and secure an interchangeable bus transfer system. He would like to see a housing project for lower bracket city workers. Dr. Larimer, 35, was born m Pittsburgh, Pa. He has practiced at Miami Beach for six years, and served as head of the Dade County Society of Osteopaths, the 41st St. Businessmen's association and Miami Beach Men association. He aslo heads the Youth Recreation Advisory council. SAM GOLD Sam Gold, who headed the movement to keep rent control in force on Miami Beach last year, is still devoting much of his time to activities as head of the Miami Beach Tenants' League. A beverage salesman. Gold says he wants to make Miami Beach a "suitable place for yearround residents," hopes to spark a program to help returning servicemen, wants to enlarge the police force, increase number life ELECT SAM GOLD The People's Champion FOR Your City Councilman Insure Your Future and the Future of the Community SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH TENANTS LEAGUE guards, repair playground facilities, improve streets and provide better lighting for residential areas. Formerly in sales promotion and national advertising work, Gold, 46, was born in Baltimore, Md. Gold is an Elk, member of the Anglers club. Presidents' Round Table, YMHA, B'nai B'rith. National Conference of Christians and Jews and the Civic League. He lives with his wife at 737 Espanola Way. BEACH APPEALS FOR MORE BLOOD An appeal is being made by those in charge of the Miami Beach permanent receiving station of the Dade county blood bank to the public to immediately donate blood. The station is located at Morris Brothers department store, Washington Ave., and donors are urged to call starting Monday. Rudy R. Adler, Beach chairman and director of the bank, asks all donors to refrain from eating breakfast. After they have donoted blood refreshments will be served, he said The demand for blood plasma to fill the needs of the sick is steadily increasing and every effort must be made by Miami Beach residents to keep the supply ahead of the calls. Adler urged. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN ASK AID FOR BLIND The B'nai B'rith Women of Sholem lodge are actively participating in securing members for the Miami Lighthouse for the Blind. A letter has seen sent to all of the members of the women's organization asking them to join the ranks of the Lighthouse membership. The goal is 100 percent membership of B'nai B'rith Women in the Lighthouse. Mrs. Sam Silver is chairman of this drive for B'nai B'rith Women. A contribution of $1 enrolls you as a member of the Lighthouse for one year, and may be sent to Mrs. Silver c/o 120 S. E. 13th St., Miami. PERMIT ISSUED FOR CARDIAC HOME Permit was issued during the week by the city for construction by the National Children's Cardiac Home hospital at 4250 W. Flagler St. This will be a concrete block stucco strucure and the cost on the permit was placed at $18,000. LINCOLN ROAD ASSN. ELECT TARADASH William Taradash, of Taradash Properties, Miami Beacn real estate firm, was elected president of the Lincon Road Association, Inc., at the organization's recent annual meeting. Other officers elected include August Geiger, vice president; Ben E. Bronston, secretary, and F. Lowry Wall, treasurer. Guy W. Ellis was continued as executive vice president. Directors chosen include Taradash, Geiger, Bronston, Wall, Sam R. Becker, Charles L. Clements, Moses Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman, E. D. Keefer, Arthur Lindah and Leonard Wein. Paid pol. adv. fiuy More War Bondg VOTE FOR • • • Your Former Associate*Judge HAROLD B. SPAET FOR CITY COUNCIL JDC REPRESENTATIVE MOVES FAST Reuben Resnik, JDC man in Italy, brought the first organized relief to Bologna two days after its iberation, setting up soup kitchens and distributing clothing. He went on to Modena, Milan, Genoa, Ferrara and other cities in liberated northern Italy where he found Jewish communities in difficult straits. He states, however, that Jews in Italy will be able to reestablish themselves with less difficulty than most other European Jewish communities since their loss of life was not as great. JDC allocates $30,000 monthly for Jews in southern Italy and has recently appropriated $50,000 for liberated northern Italy. SPEED-UP PROGRAM The flow of JDC supplies to Jews in Poland continues at a stepped-up rate. About $800,000 worth of food, clothing and medicines are now en route. Weekly shipment of approximately sixty tons of supplies from Teheran to Poland goes on. Epidemics there have made necessary the shipment of three 100-bed hospitals. AUGUST BROS fty £ ^ Is the BEST.' ^ "The People's Champion" SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. Practicing Attorney PULL LEVER 11-A Pd. Pol. Adv. authorities, the minimum daily A, D and B Complex Vitamin requirements of the average person are: Vv ~&W AA 000 usp Un|t ,J5^ J{f P gg 2 unamide. The required amounts for other B Complex Vitamins have not yet been established. LS"Z 5*93 & not •* enough of these essenual Vitamins. DO YOU? Why not play safe by taking ONE-A-DAY BR *ND |J.\ !" A,WT I| N TABLETS ^^5 ch ONE A DA Y Vitamin A and DJTablet contain. 25% more 5 tl2 cod liver oil vitamins than the atS um daflv^recommended quantity. 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PAGE SIXTEEN +Je*lsl>noriMn 4 1 Miami Beach Council Candidates JOHN H. LEVI With nearly 27 years of service as a member of the city council behind him, Mayor John H. Levi once again declines to make any political promises as he readies himself for the election June 5. Levi, who has become almost a city hall institution since he first became a councilman, in 1918, points to his past record, but declines to make any commitments. A pioneer who helped dig Miami Beach out of the bay botASK FOR FARM HOME PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7th Avo. Phone 2-6141 Pearl Bros. torn, Levi came to the area in 1912, when about two-thirds ot the city was a mosquito-infested mangrove swamp. He is credited with being the first to interest the late Carl Q. Fisher in coming here and investing more than $10,000,000 in developing the resort. He lives with his wife on Star Island. LOUIS F. SNEDIGAR Four times mayor of Miami Beach, Louis F. "Red" Snedigar says he feels that his experience qualifies him to return to the council chambers of the city. A practicing attorney for 15 years and a realtor since he retired from law in 1930, Snedigar seeks to fill the council post left vacant by Val C. Cleary's decision not to stand for re-election. Snedigar has been a Dade county resident for 31 years and a qualified voter of Miami Beach for 26 years. He likes to recall that he was the city's ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. OPERATED BY PEARL BROS. Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 A CHASE FEDERAL HOME LOAN OFFERS YOU • Low Interest Rates • Small Monthly Payments # No Loan Fees (Actual Cost Only) # No Charge for Prepayment It will pay you to investigate mayor during the "boom, bust A graduate of Stetson university, he has two sons in the armed forces. „_ During the campaign he nas been sparking a movement to make voters conscious of the necessity for casting five votes and eliminating the "single-shot ba Snedigar lives at 1912 Collins Ave„ which has been his address for 26 years. H. L. PERDUE Campaiging on a 12-plank platform, H. L. "Pat' Perdue, who resigned from the Miami Beach police department to enter the city council race, urges establishment of a separate county for the municipality. He says he would like to see rent regulations that are fair to both tenants and landlords, every possible tax reduction, better streets and sidewalks, an adequate pension system for all city employes, more recreational facilities. In addition, he favors improved street lighting, sanitation, sewerage disposal and increased city garbage collections. He would like to promote Alton Rd.. 41st St. and 71st St. as business areas and see a Miami Beach postmark cancelation on all mail leaving the city. A native Floridian, Perdue. 30, owned and operated a fleet of trucks serving construction jobs at the Beach until the war. He is a member of the Miami Beach Elks lodge and lives with his wife and son at 1774 West Ave., D. LEE POWELL Promising to "continue to sponsor progressive legislation," D. Lee Powell, realtor, is seeking re-election to the council post he has occupied for three years. Powell has consistently endorsed postwar projects calling for construction of a muncipal hospital, auditorium and offstreet parking area. He is credited with playing a leading role in the city's successful effort to obtain revenue from the Miami Beach Railway Co. to compensate for wear on city streets. The councilman, born 47 years ago in Ashland, Va., moved to Miami Beach in 1923. A former vice president and director of the Miami Beach Board of Realtors, Powell has participated in real estate and home buiding business in Miami Beach for 22 years. SIDNEY H. ELLISON Constructive planning to facilitate postwar public and private building is urged by Sidney H. Ellison, supervising principal of Miami Beach public schools and a council candidate. Ellison believes the city should have trained personnel to supervise the anticipated building boom. He feels clear and concise information should be given to the public on controversial issues and urges protection of property owners by practical zoning laws. He wants a fair pension for all city employes and maintenance of seniority rating for municipal workers. He hopes to promote a housing project so city employes can afford to live on the Beach, financed either by the government or private interests. Don't discuss military information. Zip the lip! wme' [-710 S.W.I2thAV. MIAMI-, V-TEL 3-343f__ YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME WE 0FFICUU.Y REPRESWT THE MAJORITY OF HORTMRH JEWISH FUNERAL HOMES Inlotmaiion Gladly Furmihtd on Rrqunl SERVING MIAMI BEACN I MIAMI Exclusively Jewish PREPARATION JDC representatives are getting ready to move into Germany to deal with almost total devastation of Jewish life there —another reason why the present JDC nation-wide campaign is out for a minimum of $46,570,000 in 1945. All that one can prophesy is that unprecedented sums will be needed to meet unprecedented situations. Buy War Bonds and Stamps to help preserve Democracy. JEE^uJ "• People'. Cho^i. SAM GOLD FOR YOUR MIAMI BEACH COUNCILMAN ^MA Buy War jondsand stam D WELCOME TO THE OPEN DOOR RESTAURANT Serving Breakfast Luncheon. Dinner, From 7 A.M to II Specializing In Seafoods and the Finest ofMeata Under New Management of U. G. Can 6th Ave. and S. W. 8th St. P £ one ^ 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 Td. Pol. Ad. RESTAURANT MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST Featuring Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastrie* N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST. Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760 Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Conservative Lending" has meant safety and security for home owners and investors. For over a decade Dade Federal has been a leading financial institution of Greater Miami. It has placed millions of dollars in first mortgages and enjoys the confidence of homo 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 ^-OF MI AMI mggf JOSEPH M. LIPTON ... PRESIDENT nGUH %  9 w imHBIlHiM^^MWBBBMWBB HflBBI BHKHM


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Miami, Fla
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June 1, 1945

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-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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J^iMiiyElDipidliigun
EWISH WEEKLY
WWME 18-NUMBER 22
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 194.S
Governor Millard Caldwell,
hst week, signed into law House
BUI No. 232. The law designed
to discourage the printing and
distribution of scurrilous litera-
ture was initiated through the
efforts of the Florida Regional
office of the Anti-Defamation
League directed by George
Talianof.
Dade County Representative
George Okeil introduced the bill
in the House and Senator D. C.
Coleman guided it through the
Senate. It is believed that this
is the first law of this type passed
in Florida. The bill when intro-
I duced received statewide support
from legislators and was pre-
faced:
"An act making it unlawful
I to print or publish any publica-
tion or printed matter which
tends to expose any individual
(irreligious group to hatred, con-
tempt or ridicule, unless the true
name and address of the person
musing the same to be printed
lor published, be printed or writ-
I ten thereon.
IT ENACTED HY THE LKOIS-
LATfltK OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA:
Sctlon I. It phnll be unlawful to
[trim, publish, distribute or cause to
|W jrint.-.l. |iulilil- ^fcy means, or in any manner
Ifcfvrr. .,115 publication, handbill,
r. circular, li..ol(l>t. pamnhlet,
^m, canl. sticker, periodical, llter-
IMft.pni.iT. hi inner printed material
Iwrt leml- ex|M>se any Individual
1 religious itrouii to hatred, con-
Ijnipt, ridicule or l>lot|uy unless the
iWKwme is clearly prlnti-d or written
|tfcreon:
'*' The true name and post office
IJu" "' ""' Person, firm, partner-
!!''' corpmati.ui r iiiKanlzallon caus-
I. .,?'""' '" '" Printed, published
P attributed; and
JiL!' !uch ""'" ls ,nat o' a firm.
liT.?.'"".,' : organUatlon, the name
I'M pu.t off,, address of the Indivi-
Itoh Se '" 'la '"""" '" causing
U printing, publication or dlstrlbu-
jrpor,1,, vii.|aT.K any of the MO-
Teonrtr """nance shall upon
Tjwuon thereof be subjected to a
PfcS SSMii",e 8Um of,nve
Utnt ,,, *.......tollara or Imprlson-
riV, .'"""> Penitentiary for
* Cm ""-,"' "'* court
*tt iZiii ,T,his sh" take ef-
HBWMUuiy upon Its becoming
1SH DEMANDS ARE
5-P0INTj>ROGRAM
^& SEKSw fovcrinK Jewish
Wl with regard to Pales-
Ms been submitted by the
eLAi?ncX.Lt0 the British
suS'.,?0 memorandum
Prim Ued ast wcek- directly
Church i?eth ^lnister Winston
tC'ytlhearJnsW,ShTelegraph-
one f .u c w" reaa
I* in 7 A si:catest docu-
moranri, J"st h'story," the
ffl^^1?*"" the post-
in Zionist
Ration of the Jewish peo-
iS fffiS ,the foowing
ion. 'or immediate consider-
ti*asSe be Proclaed a
iSetoeKish AencV be au-
^ devoi^SSlble. in order
Yresourcerent f the
SVWS of Jews *om
vwmanv ck..,j
ARRANGEMENTS MADE
FDR CAMP OPENINGS
Leon Lieberman, chairman of
the Home Camp Committee of
the Town "Y," announces that
all arrangements have been com-
pleted for the opening of the
Miami "Y" Day Camp on Mon-
day morning, June 25, at 9
o'clock. Camp will continue for
a period of 9 weeks, 5 days per
week, Monday through Friday
from 9 a. m' to 4:30 p. m.
A staff of 15 trained councel-
lors and instructors under the
direct supervision of Maurice
Grossman, executive director,
will be on hand to carry out
the program. A course in photo-
graphy has been added to the
camp curriculum and will be
taught by Sam Diamond, World
War II Veteran.
With the cooperation of the
Beth David Synagogue, Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation,
and the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation, Hebrew will be taught
to beginners. A course in Jew-
ish Personalities will also be
given.
Parents are advised to regis-
ter children immediately as en-
rollment is limited.
Those serving with Mr. Lieb-
erman on the Home Camp Com-
mittee include Jerome Freehl-
mg, David Stuzin, W. D. Singer,
Mrs. Leon Lichtenstetter, Mrs.
David Tyler.
The Miami Beach Y will open
its home camp season June 11
and lasting through August 17.
A complete program will be
presented, including swimming,
athletics, arts and crafts, dramat-
ics, and singing.
DADE COUNTIANS BUY
$3,953,437 IN E BONDS
Dade countians have purchas-
ed $3,953,437 in series E war
bonds as of Tuesday, W. W. Mc-
Eachern, Florida War Finance
committee chairman, announced
and field workers have expressed
belief the sales would be pushed
past the $4,000,000 mark in the
coming week.
The drive, which began offi-
cially May 14, although payroll
savings bonds were available as
early as April 9, is to close of-
fically June 30, but bonds pro-
cessed by the Federal Reserve
bank to July 7 will be counted,
it was announced at War Fi-
nance committee headquarters.
Dade's quota is $9,348,000.
PRICE TEN CENTS
A. B. RQSENSTEIIM
PUSSES ON FROM
HEART AILMENT
Alfred B. Rosenstein, 64, one
of the organizers and president
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
of Greater Miami, dropped dead
from an acute heart attack Wed-
nesday morning a few minutes
after 9 o'clock. His death occurred
at the aged home while he was
going over plans and preparations
for the formal dedication sched-
uled for June 17.
He had gone to the home at 7
o'clock that morning, had met
with several members of his com-
mittee, and was directing work-
men in putting finishing touches
COMMUNITY CHEST TO
NAME NEW OFFICERS
re-
pSfit should Pay
Rhfeffl } theVewish
'^iS of Palestine.
6 Kot these re-
7* reqSn be secured
propel" toning of Ger-
^All j"yjn.Palestine.
flS? transit fo^ the exit
VhmavT Europe ot
10 Palestine Sire to "
Election of new officers and
board members of the Dade
County Community War Chest
will be held at the annual din-
ner membership meeting on June
7, at the Miami Women's club.
At the same time members
will discuss proposed dates for
the next fund-raising drive for
the 45 related national and local
welfare and relief groups which
share in chest funds.
These announcements were
made after a meeting of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Dade
County Community War Chest.
Ralph A. Tracy, executive di-
rector of the organization, said
some members believed the local
drive should be held in Octo-
ber, when the national war chest
campaign will be under way,
while others favored holding the
drive later in the winter.
The national war fund has
given Dade county a quota of
$227,000 in the forthcoming drive
for the benefit of 23 national
agencies. Twenty-two local
agencies are included in the local
community chest, and a quota
for these purely local needs must
be set. Last year a total of $628.-
000 was raised for both local
and national needs, and it is be-
lieved the next over-all quota
will be around that same figure.
ALFRED B. ROSENSTEIN
Paris (JTA)The French Gov-
ernment is considering the possi-
bility of prosecuting the ex-Mufti
of Jerusalem for anti-French ac-
tivity, it is learned hee.
on the building. He was rushed
to Jackson Memorial hospital,
where he was pronounced dead.
Services will be held Friday
afternoon at 2 p. m. from the
Riverside Memorial chapel, Mi-
ami Beach, with Rabbi Irving
Lehrman officiating, assisted by
local rabbis. The body will be
shipped to New York Sunday
morning for burial.
Members of the directorate had
cautioned Mr. Rosenstein on over-
exerting himself in his activities
for the home, but stated that he
remarked that if he had to go, he
wanted to go, "on the job."
Dividing his time between Mi-
ami and New York, he came here
some 20 years ago, establishing a
home on the Beach. He was an
artist and interior decorator and
made hobby of collecting anti-
ques. His recent pride was "the
formation of the Jewish aged
home here.
Mr. Rosenstein was a Spanish-
American war veteran; a mem-
ber of the board of directors of
the YMHA on Miami Beach, the
Miami Beach Zionist Organiza-
tion, and the Oheb Zadeck of
New York, and a member of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center,
B'nai B'rith, and the Board of
Jewish Education Association in
New York, as well as honorary
life president of the Lodzer Young
Men's Benevolent Society.
Surviving him are his widow,
Fannie; one son, Edward, in New
York; a daughter, Mrs. Marion
Gould of Miami Beach; and four
brothers, Max and Julius of Mi-
ami Beach, Aaron of New York
City, and Jacob, in Europe. In
addition he leaves five sisters:
Mrs. Pearl Stern, in Europe; Mrs.
Esther Gold. Mrs. Rose Cohen,
and Mrs. Ruth Bloom, all of New
York; and Mrs. Hattie Brown, of
Washington, P. C._______
New York (JTA)One thou-
sand Jewish orphans found at
the Buchenwald and Bergen-
Belsen camps will be admitted to
France and will be cared for by
the French branch of the OSE-
B'NAI B'RITH WILL TRY
FOR $1,000,000 GOAL
With the announcement by
Harold Turk, president of Shol-
ejn Lodge, of the appointment of
Milton A. Friedman as chair-
man of B'nai B'rith Sholem
Lodge 7th War Loan Drive Com-
mittee, B'nai B'rith has formally
embarked on a campaign to sell
$1,000,000 in War Bonds.
Heading the War Bond Drive
Committee for the Women's Au-
xiliary is Mrs. Dena Goldman,
War Service chairman, who is
being assisted by Mrs. Joseph
Bermann, Miami chairman and
Mrs. Matilda Rosenthal, Miami
Beach chairman.
The goal which the B'nai
B'rith Women's Auxiliary hope
to attain before the 7th War
Loan Drive terminates in July,
is $500,000.
A booth is being maintained
at the Richard's Department
Store in Miami and purchases
may also be made at the Dade
Federal Loan and Savings As-
sociation, the American Bank &
Trust Co. and the Miami Beach
Federal Savings & Loan Asso-
ciation. When purchasing bonds
at bank and savings institutions,
members are urged to credit the
organization with the sale.
The committees plan an ex-
tensive telephone campaign dur-
ing the ensuing month. They
will also participate in bond ral-
lies and will hold special events
during the course of the 7th
War Loan Drive at which time
bonds will be sold.
This is the organization's 6th
participation in the War Bond
Drives, all previous efforts hav-
ing amassed large sales.
S. BERMAN INSTALLED
BEACH LEGION HEAD
Sam B. Berman was installed
as commander of the Miami
Beach American Legion Post No.
85, at installation ceremonies
Tuesday in the American Le-
gion home, 1826 Alton road.
Other officers installed were
Ed A. Platkin, first vice com-
mander; Milton J. Pepkowitz,
adjutant; Louis Auerbach, fi-
nance officer; Arthur Treister,
chaplain; German Glasser, his-
torian, and George Michaels, ser-
geant-at-arms.
IIN C COMMITTEE
ADOPTS PLAN BY
0. S. AND BRITAIN
HOLLAND JEWS TAKE
UP PRE-WAR ACTIONS
Rotterdam (JTA)The Jewish
community council of this city,
which functioned underground
during the German occupation,
has emerged from hiding and re-
sumed its pre-war tasks, under
the guidance of the three of-
ficers who directed its clandes-
tine activities for more than five
years.
The threeDavid Hausdorff,
president; Louis Wyler, treasurer
and Arthur Cohen, secretary
distributed relief supplies, in-
cluding matzohs on Passover, ne-
gotiated with the Rotterdam mu-
nicipality for return of confiscat-
ed Jewish property after Holland
was liberated, and maintained
an underground synagogue.
From January of this year un-
til the liberation of Rotterdam
a few weeks ago, the council
distributed 225 hot meals daily,
and it is continuing to do so. It
is badly in need of shoes, cloth-
ing and underwear, but its lack
of supplies has not prevented
the community leaders from go-
ing ahead with plans to estab-
lish schools to train Jews for the
ceramic industry and poultry
farming.
Of the 12,000 Jews who lived
in this city, which was almost
destroyed by German bombers
during the invasion of the Neth-
erlands, there are now 400 reg-
istered with the council. Many
of these did not reside here be-
fore the war. Among the sur-
vivors are 60 children, for whom
a Hebrew school has already
New YorkLists of Jews found
in Buchenwald camp have been
received here from J. T. A. cor-
respondents in Germany.
San Francisco (JTA)The
trusteeship committee of the
United Nations Conference, af-
ter a bitter fight by members
of Arab delegations, has adopted
a revised trusteeship plan pro-
posed by the United States and
supported by Britain, USSR
* ranee and China, under the
terms of which no changes will
be made in the provisions of the
Palestine mandate shduld it be
transferred to the trusteeship
system.
The attempt of the Arab dele-
gations to frustrate adoption of
the plan by the trusteeship com-
mittee came after they failed to
secure a moprity of votes in the
committee on an amendment
Egypt introduced several days
ago, which provided that all ter-
SSTn? mandates be annulled
and the territory transferred im-
mediately to the new world se-
curity organization. Twenty-two
members of the trusteeship com-
mittee voted against this amend-
ment and only five supported it.
The Egyptian member again
introduced a motion whose ob-
ject was to curb Jewish rights
in Palestine. The motion was de-
feated as a result of the opposi-
tion of Commander Harold E
Massen, who represented the U.
b. delegation on the committee.
and who was supported by Prime
M"YSteJr P_eter Fraser of New
Zealand, chairman of the com-
mittee. The representatives of
Russia, Britain, France and Hol-
land also supported Stassen who
spoke several times against the
Egyptian proposal.
Realizing that the Egyptian
motion was doomed, the repre-
sentative of Iraq moved to post-
Pone the vote on the motion,
this Arab maneuver was also
opposed by Stassen, but, curious-
ly enough, was supported this
time by Russia Haiti and Cuba.
The Iraq motion was taken to a
vote and was defeated 19 to 11
Further motions by Egypt, Syria
and Lebanon were also defeated.
Jewish representatives ex-
pressed satisfaction with the re-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
INDIA IS SHOCKED BY
COMMONWEALTH ACT
London (JTA)Moslem India
has been shocked by the sup-
port for a Jewish Commonwealth
!n Palestine voiced at the Brit-
ish Labor Party's conference last
week by Hugh Dalton, former
president of the Board of Trade
according to Mahomed Ali Jin-
nan president of the Indian
Moslem League.
Jinnah is quoted in the Times
as declaring that the Dalton
statement has aroused great re-
sentment. He called on Clement
Attlee, Labor Party leader, to
clarify the party's official atti-
tude on Palestine without delay
since the remarks by Dalton are
bound to alienate and exasper-
ate the Moslem world and leads
to the most disastrous conse-
quences.
It was announced that Chief
Rabbi Joseph Hertz has agreed
to become honorary president of
the Jewish Dominion of Pales-
tine League, which is headed by
Lord Strabolgi. The league dis-
closed that it plans to sound out
all parliamentary candidates on
their attitude towards free Jew-
a imm'Rrtion into Palestine
and the admittance of Palestine
fr^%h! 4~^OV!rning dominion!
of NaUons Sh Commoealth
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ilS& (JTA>-The Arabs in
ft* Middle East are united in op-
Position to alterations in the Pal-
estine White Paper easing restric-
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PERSONALS
Mrs. George Chertkof left
Tuesday for Richmond, Va. to
be with her father who took ill
suddenly.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman. 3000
Royal Palm Ave., Miami Beach,
will leave Tuesday for New York
City, where she will meet two of
her children who are enroute
home fom their schools for the
summer: Rita, who is a student
at the University of Michigan,
and Tommie, who attends Grove
School in Connecticut. Mr. Hy-
man plans to join his wife later
in New York.
Another daughter, Doris,
leaves Miami today for camp in
North Carolina, and enroute will
visit with friends in Virginia.
Mrs. Sadye G. Rose is leaving
for New York on June 2, where
she will attend Columbia Uni-
versity's summer session. She
will visit with friends on the
West Coast, returning to her
home here on October 1.
Mrs. Emanuel Gluck has left
the city to spend several weeks
in Charleston, S. C. and New
York.
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PERSONALS
Dave Eisen of Miami Beach
left for Washington this week
by plane to be with his wife.
Mrs. F. M. Small left for her
home in Youngstown after visit-
ing a week with her brothc-m-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Wise, Tamiami Hotel.
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers will
leave Friday. June 8th, for New
York Citv. She will attend Co-
lumbia University summer ses-
sion, where the Institute on
Community Organization and
Leadership will be held at Bar-
nard College from June 10-29.
David Goldstein, president of
Beth Jacob Congregation, re-
turned to the city this week af-
ter six weeks in Baltimore. Md.,
at Mt. Sinai hospital.
Rabbi Uri Felshin will leave
to spend a vacation in New
York.
Joe Zalis left Friday for
Baltimore, Md., where he will
attend the wedding of his sister
Rose to Harry Weber on Sunday,
June 3. He will spend several
days visiting with relatives and
friends before returning.
Alex Cohen returned after a
combined business and pleasure
trip to Charleston, W. Va.
Sam Seitlin has returned to
the city after a business trip to
Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Diane Koven, 1890 S. W.
21st St., is leaving this week for
Chicago where she will spend
the summer visiting with rela-
tives.
A special meeting of the Zion-
ist Luncheon Club was held on
Wednesday in the Strand res-
taurant. Paul Bruun was guest
speaker.
Nathan Slaff is leaving this
week to spend several weeks
with relatives and friends in the
state of New York.
WEDDINGS
ENGAGEMENT
Mrs. Joseph R. Stein, 900 16th
St., Miami Beach will spend sev-
eral weeks in Baltimore and
New York before returning to
the city.
Lt. (jg) Howard K. Schwartz,
USNR, who has just completed
a 17-month tour of duty in the
Pacific, is here to spend a 30-day
furlough with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 1847
N. W. 8th St. A sister, Miss Sara
Rose Schwartz is also home, af-
ter completing her freshman
year at Duke university in Dur-
ham, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig
have returned to their home at
347 N. E. 26th Ter. from a five
week's visit in New York.
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Mi Selma Nage, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nag c,
of Jamaica, N. Y. became the
bride of S 1/c Frederick A.
Friedman, USNR, son of Dr. and
Mrs A. F. Friedman, 2J4U >.
W."25th Ave., at ceremonies in
Brooklyn, N. W. April 30
Seaman Friedman graduated
from Miami Senior high school
and majored in chemical engi-
neering at Florida university for
two and a half years prior to
entering the service.
The former Miss Nagle, who
attended Hunter College. New
York, is making her home witn
her parents in Jamaica while
her husband is on overseas duty.
After the war, the couple plan
to reside in Miami.
Pineus Sheinbcrg, 243 S. W.
10th Ave. will be married to
Mrs. Cecile Kascv, of Hartford,
Conn., on Sunday, June 3, in
New York. Alter several weeks
in New York, the couple will re-
turn to Miami to make their
home here, where Mr. Shein-
berg is in the garment manu-
facturing business.
Temple Israel will be the scene
of the wedding of Miss Elyse
Newman, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Myron Newman, 2010 S.
W. 17th St., and BM lc Sey-
mour Gladstone, son of Mrs.
Jennie Gladstone, of this city,
on Sunday evening, June 3.
Rabbis Saul B. Appclbaum and
Simon April will officiate. The
bridal party will include Roslyn
Rabin. maid-of-honor; Mrs.
Rosalyn Hellman, matron-of-
honor, and Mrs. Louis Anshel,
Mrs. Edward Targ, Miss Esther
April and Miss Tobie Jacobs-
kind, bridesmaids. Herschel Les-
chel will be best man. The ring
will be borne by Johnny Fisher,
and Maureen Ann and Rose Carol
Cohen will serve as flower girls.
In charge of the guest book will
be Miss Hope Tanenbaum, and
Miss Phyllis Schulman will
sing. Ushers are Seymour
Shankman and Leonard Caplin.
The bride-elect graduated
from Miami Senior high school
and attended the University of
Miami. She served as president
of the DEBBS chapter, B'nai
B'rith Young Women.
The groom graduated from
Chattanooga High school and at-
tended the university there. In
service for the past 2't> years,
he is at present stationed at
Banana River, Fla., where the
couple will reside after a honey-
moon in California.
Coming here from out of town
for the event are Mr. and Mrs.
G. L. Newman of New York and
Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. J. Anshel,
Capt. and Mrs. Edward Targ,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gilbert of
New York, and Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Newman, and Mrs.
Sadye David of Chicago.
The marriage of Miss Shirley
Frances Patrick and MidshiD-
man Jerry Goldhagen will take
place Saturday at Temple Israel,
Miami, with Rabbi Saul Appcl-
baum officiating.
The bride-elect is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Pauline Patrick. 3330
Flamingo Dr., and her fiance is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Goldhagen, 1670 Lenox Ave.
Announcement is being made
of the engagement of Theda
Elaine Lazarus daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Levi. 1815 N.
W 7th St., to Radioman 3/c Au-
gust Paul Lowe, who is on ac-
tive duty in the South Pacific.
The bride-elect attended Mi-
FRIDAY^UNE 1, 1945
Mr. and Mrs. EliAn^orT^
Chase Ave announce the birth
of a daughter May 25 at St
Francis hospital. The child has
been named Adria Beatrice.
BRISM
The Brith Milah of David Jos-
eph, son of Rabbi and Mrs
Moses Mescheloff, took place
last Saturday morning between
services at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation. Rabbi Uri Felshin per-
formed the ritual. A reception
followed services.
ami Senior high school and Doc-
tor Farringer's School of Physi-
cians Assistants and Laboratory
Technicians. She is a member of
Phi Sigma Sigma, a medical
sorority and of B'nai B'rith Girls,
ALS chapter.
Lowe, the son of Mrs. Celia
Lowe, 520 N. W. 44th Ave., has
been overseas 3V years.
Wedding plans await the fi-
ance's return.
BAR MITZVAH
Brism for the sons of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack F. Lazarus, Sgt. and
Mrs. Murray Slater, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Flaum, and Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Jamison were held
during the past week, with Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei, officiating.
Lt. Richard E. Gerstein, Army
Air Corps, son of Mr. and Mfs
H. S. Gerstein, of 2510 S. W.
20th St., has been recommend-
ed to receive the Distinguished
Service Cross for his part in
navigating a B17 bomber to its
base after having been seriously
wounded.
Lt. Gerstein had previously
been awarded the Air Medal,
Purple Heart, and Presidential
Unit Citation. He is now home
after having been hospitalized
for eight months as a result of
wounds suffered in combat over
Germany.
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Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Max L. Shapiro, of this city, will
become bar mitzvah at services
in Temple Israel Friday eve-
ning, June 1.
ternoon Mrs. Albert Seiden, sis-
ter of the bride, 4410 Nautilus
Drive, Miami Beach, entertained
at a luncheon given in her home.
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Rosenstock and Mrs. Gus.
Zoslow, sisters of the groom, en-
tertained with a family dinner
at the Roney Plaza. Saturday
evening Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Green-
field, 4495 Nautilus Drive, Mi-
ami Beach, brother and sister-in-
law of the bride, gave a dinner
at their home Out of town
guests here for the wedding are
Cpl. and Allan Greenfield, and
Mrs. M. Seiden.
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field, 2315 Meridian Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, announce the mar-
riage of their daughter, Shirley
(Lolo) to Pvt Harold G. Green-
field, United States Army Air
Force. The wedding will be per-
formed by Dr. Jacob Kaplan, of
Temple Israel at the bride's
home Sunday, June 3rd. A wed-
ding dinner at the Versailles Ho-
tel will follow the ceremony.
Attendants as bridesmaids are
the bride's three neices, Miss
Mimsye Seiden, Miss Harriet
Rosenstock, and Miss Barbara
Ann Greenfield-
Miss Greenfield attended school
in Miami. She was graduated
from Miami Beach Senior High
School, and also attended the
University of Miami.
Pvt. Greenfield, son of the late
Mrs. Harry Greenfield, attended
schools in Portland, Ore., and
diami. He attended Interior Dec-
rating School in New York.
After the wedding the couple
will leave for a honeymoon in
New York, before Pvt. Green-
field returns to Kelly Field, San
Antonio, Texas, where he is sta-
tioned at the present time.
During the past week there
have been a number of parties
given in honor of the bride. On
Tuesday Mrs Aaron Kanner. 1816
S. W. 11th Terrace, gave a lunch-
eon at the Versailles. Thursday
Mrs. M. .Koven, 1890 S. W. 21st
Street gave a luncheon at the
Roney Plaaz Hotel- Friday af-
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formation exercises were
wSmS"S8 Dav.d Sunday
hel i nn May 20 for Daniel
%? Stanley Balish, Sidney
tt&n Estelle Greenberg,
KGreenberg. Donal Green.
f eddy Hcineman Dons Kasow.
Ky LudwiK. Marvin Mack.
mva Pallut. Myron Pollack.
KL Rosenblitt, Charlene
ccin Jerry Schulman. Rap-
KAoK Bobby Siegel, Al
firman and Buddy Weissel.
SlThe first time in the history
f Hebrew education in Greater
Miami graduation exercises were
S at Beth David for pupils
SJ have attended the Hebrew
Hfeh school under the direction
nf the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion. Samuel Ashkanazy and
Atae Ganncs presented diplomas.
to Donald Cohen, Eldgar Lewis.
fharlene Rossin. Eselle Green-
SS Ch. Rosenblitt and Ruth
SgsI
Hebrew school summer sem-
ester Will begin Monday, June
4 at 9 a. m. A special curriculum,
arranged with the cooperation
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion will be followed throughout
the summer months. Parents are
urged to register their children.
JW.VTCOMMANDER IN
VISIT TO WHITE HOUSE
The National Commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the
United States. Archie H. Green-
berg, visited the White House on
Monday, May 28, at which time
he met with the President of the
United States. Harry S. Truman.
With him were his chief-aide,
Charles Schwager; the editor of
the "Jewish Veteran," past na-
tional commander, J. George
Fredman; and national executive
committee-man, Irwin Gensberg.
Think, act. be American!
PAGE THREE
500 NEW MEMBERS
IS COMMITTEE GOAL
Abe Kurman, chairman of the
membership campaign committee
of the Town "Y," has announced
that 500 new members will be
the goal of the coming member-
ship campaign which will start
sometime in June. The planning
committee is now arranging for
the details of the campaign.
In an interview with Mr. Kur-
man, he stated: "The more mem-
bers we have the better the op-
portunity will be for us to have
more facilities. More members
means more workers in a drive
for funds for a new building. I
urge every Jewish citizen in
town, who is not a member in
the "Y," to enroll himself now."
TEMPLE ISRAEL CONG.
RE-ELECTS OFFICERS
Max Orovitz, president, and
the entire body of incumbent of-
ficers, were unanimously chosen
to head Temple Israel for an-
DELEGATE CHOSEN
TO WASHINGTON
Ruth Sherman, president of
the Rose Chapter of the B'nai
B'rith Young Woman is the or-
ganization's delegate to attend
the Women's District Grand
Lodge No. 5, B'nai B'rith execu-
tive meeting in Washington, D.
C. on June 3 and 4.
A cake sale was held recently
to help finance the trip. A card
and mah jong party is also be-
ing planned for the near future,
part proceeds of which shall be
sent to the General Maurice Rose
Memorial Hospital.
During the absence of the
president, Dorothy Edelson the
vice president will take charge.
Sgt. Murray Miller, who es-
caped from German hands at the
Elbe River recently after having
been a prisoner-of-war for six
months, arrived here Sunday af-
ternoon to spend a 60-day fur-
lough with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam B. Miller, 918 S. W. 4th
Street.
MAX OROVITZ
other year at the annual con-
gregational meeting and dinner
of the group May 23.
Officers include B. W. Slote,
vice president; Harold B. Spaet,
secretary; Harry Boyell, financi-
al secretary; Max Meisel, treas-
urer; Mrs. Louis Zeientz, office
secretary.
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DR. JOHN M. LARIMER
CANDIDATE FOR THE OFFICE OF
COUNCILMAN
Asks Your Consideration and Vote On
JUNE 5th
My total campaign expenditures will not exceed $400.
Ptid ior by myselL A candidate who spends thousands of
wlars for a campaign cannot have the best interest of the
<% at heart.
I have allowed my name to be presented so that the
People of Miami Beach may have the opportunity of elect-
0 a man without one single commitment to any person
* group.
USE YOUR REASONING AND VOTE FOR
DR- JOHN M. LARIMER
Pd. Pol. Adv.
MISS NATALIE FRANKEL
HEADS JR. HADASSASH
Natalie Sandra Frankel was
re-elected president at a recent
election of Junior Hadassah, Mi-
ami Beach chapter.
Miss Frankel is regina of
Omega chapter of Delta Phi Ep-
silon sorority at the University
of Miami where she is studying
law. She is secretary of the Law
School, secretary of R.A.R., a
member of the Hillel Foundation,
and active in Red Cross work.
Gene Bishell was chosen first
vice president; Hilda Schwartz,
second vice president; Hattie
Gordon, recording secretary;
Harriet Hart, corresponding sec-
retary; Lois Resnick, financial
secretary, and Toby Cooper,
treasurer.
Plans were discussed for a
social affair to close the year's
activities.
SELLING WAR BONDS
IS CENTER ACTIVITY
Selling war bonds is at the
present time the foremost ac-
tivity of the members of the
Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish
Community Center of Holly-
wood.
Under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Judith Bergman, the group
will be in charge of the booth
in front of the Hollywood Post
Office during the week of June
18. In the meantime, however,
they have been hard at work
selling bonds, and the following
members have attained ranks in
the Blue Star Brigade:
Lieutenant Colonel: Mrs. Sel-
ma Harris; Major: Mrs. Gertrude
Fensterheim, Mrs. Sylvia Fincke;
First Lieutenant: Mrs. Judith
Bergman, Miss Anna D. Daniels;
Second Lieutenant: Mrs. Pearl
Dresnick, Mrs. Pearl Zucker-
man, Mrs. Marion Simons.
Miss Anna Daniels, corre-
sponding secretary of the or-
ganization, has been reappointed
secretary of the War Finance
Committee of South Broward
County, in which volunteer ca-
pacity she served in the 5th and
6th War Loan Drives.
SUNDAY BRUNCH FOR
ZUKERNICK WORKERS
More than 300 workers for
council candidate Harry Zuker-
nick will attend a brunch meet-
ing to be held Sunday at 10 a. m.
in the Strand restaurant, Miami
Beach. Zukenick, aspirant for
one of the five city council seats
to be filled by the voters on
Tuesday, June 5th, will address
the gathering the final rally be-
fore election day.
Saturday evening, June 2nd,
Zukernick workers will hold a
gala political rally at 8:15 o'clock
at Washington avenue and 4th
Street, Miami Beach. Refresh-
ments will be served and enter-
tainment provided. All voters
are invited to hear addresses by
Shepard Broad, Alfred Stone, R.
C Cohmeyer, Ben Cohen, Harold
Turk and Joseph Pollach. Jake
Felt is chairman.
SOCIAL SERVICE
BUREAU ELECTS
The Jewish Social Service Bu-
reau elected directors at a meet-
ing held last week. Re-elected
for a three year term were Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, Sidney
Lefcourt, Mrs. Stanley C Myers,
Rabbi Max Shapiro, and George
Wolpert. Newcomers to the board
for a three year term are Harold
Spaet, Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Hyland Rifas, and Herbert Scher;
and for a one year term, Mrs.
Eva Plant and Dr. Alex Liebow.
Holdovers include Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, R. R. Adler, Leo Eis-
enstein, Leon Elkin, Mrs. Jake
Eppstein, Abe Goodman, Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, M J. Kopel-
owitz, Stanley C. Myes, Albert
Quadow, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal,
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Fred K.
Shochet, Mrs Monte Selig, Max
R. Silver, and Mrs. Rose Weiss.
WELFARE DIRECTOR
TENDERED DINNER
Gus Jacobson, Jewish Welfare
Board director, and his wife,
were tendered a farewell dinner
by a group of friends last Sun-
day evening at the Clover Club.
Mr. Jacobson is leaving to be-
come regional supervisor in the
East.
He arrived here about ten
months ago to assist the Greater
Miami Army and Navy commit-
tee in putting into operation a
number of its projects in helping
servicemen here. He organized
and directed the Miami Beach
Servicemen's Housing Corpora-
tion, which leased more than
200 units on behalf of service-
men who could not secure hous-
ing facilities. The Jacobsons left
Tuesday morning.
Robert Hays, son of Mrs. Des
Hays of Miami Beach, has been
promoted to first lieutenant, his
mother learned. Lt. Hays has
been in service two years and
is with the Air Force in" Italy.
Mrs. Mildred Janet Lieberman
formerly of Chicago and now
residing at 850 8. Miami Ave.,
Miami, enlisted in the nurses
corps and became a second lieu-
tenant on May 22.
Domenick Greco, whose wife
is the former Bernie Schwartz
of Miami Beach, has been pro-
moted to first lieutenant as
photo interpreter with an Eighth
AAF reconnaissance wing head-
quarters in England.
First Lt. William Mayer. Jr..
former Beach resident and son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Mayer
of Philadelphia, was killed in
action in the Pacific war theater
on May 2, while serving with the
Marines. He was a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior high school.
An authentic Chinese "little
boy" suit recently arrived for
Donny Hutner, 20 months old,
from his dad, 2nd Lt. Herbert H.
Hunter, Miami Beach, now serv
ing as special service officer in
Kunming. China.
Since April, 1944, Lt. Hutner
has served in North Africa, As-
sam, India, and Kunming. His
wife and son are living with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Hutner, 215 Sixth St., Miami
Beach, during his overseas ser-
vice. ---------
Ensign James H. Meyer, US
NR, son of Lt. Comdr. and Mrs.
Fred S. Meyer, of 205 E. San
Marino Island, is commander of
the "Roaring 44," a 63-foot
crash boat of the P-T type, at
Treasure Island, San Francisco.
Ensign Meyer's father is pres-
ently stationed at an advanced
Pacific base, as officer in charge
of a naval receiving ship.
T/4 Max Weiner. 911 Michi-
gan Ave., has returned from 30
months in the European theater.
NCorp. Phillip Becker, 227 13th
St., has returned from 30
months in the European theater
with the medical corps.
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The Jewish Floridian
Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami, Fla
P. Q. Box 2973_____________________________Phone 2-H41
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Subscription1 Year, $2.00
Six Months, $1.00
MIAMI 18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945
SIVAN 20, 5705
VOLUME 17 NUMBER 22
THE MIGHTY SEVENTH
The glorious news of Germany's final capitulation which
has thrilled the country carries with it special significance for
our War Finance organization. All of us should feel a sense
of real pride in our contribution to the attainment of our nation's
great objectives, which in part have been fulfilled.
The task ahead of us in terms of financial needs remains
gigantic. Despite all that has been, and probably will be, said
about expenditures .there is no indication whatever that ex-
penditures for war will fall below their present level for some
time following conclusion of the Seventh War Loan Drive. Our
job, therefore, from the point of raising money to pay for the
war ahead and raising it from the sources best calculated to
combat inflation is more imperative at this particular moment
than at any time since the inception of this important homefront
program.
Our triumph in Europe is not so much an occasion for cele-
bration as an occasion for national rededication The Seventh
War Loan will be an acid test of our democratic faitha test of
every American's faith in his country, in the cause for which
he fights, in himself.
Our job now is to mobilize our strength for the defeat of
Japan with the same singleness of purpose, the same concen-
tration of energies, the same overwhelming power, that we em-
ployed to crush Hitler's Germany. With continued help, we
shall succeed. The Seventh War Loan must go over and in a
big way. Sell bonds and buy bonds. Each of us have a quota
All that we can buy!
TRUSTEESHIP PLAN
ADOPTED AT FRISCO
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
vised trusteeship plan as adopt-
ed. They were especially grati-
fied by the uncompromising
stand taken by Commander
Stassen in leading the opposition
against the Arab efforts. The
plan stipulates that "except as
may be agreed upon in indivi-
dual trusteeship arrangements
placing each territory under
trusteeship system, nothing in
this chapter should be construed
in and of itself to alter in any
manner the rights of any state
or any peoples in any territory,
or the terms of the mandate.
This stipulation guarantees that
no changes can be made affect-
ing Jewish rights under the pro-
visions of the Palestine mandate.
The trusteeship plan makes it
possible to declare the Haifa
district a "strategic area" under
the supervision of the Security
Council of the new world organ-
ization. The remainder of Pales-
tine, would then fall under or-
dinary trusteeship which is to
operate under the authority of
a Trusteeship Council which will
be empowered "to consider re-
ports by the administering state,
to accept petitions and examine
them in consultation with the ad-
ministering state, to make period-
ic visits to the respective terri-
tories at times agreed upon with
the administering state, and to
take other action in conformity
with the trusteeship arrange-
ments."
Under the terms of the plan,
the trusteeship arrangement with
regard to Palestine would have
to be agreed upon by Britain
which is now entrusted with the
carrying out of the Palestine
mandate.
WANT COMMITTEE
ON HUMAN RIGHTS
PUNISHMENT FOR NAZIS
"I am sure that everyone in Florida will agree with me in
my stand on the punishments due the Nazis and the Fascists
for the atrocities they have committed against the helplggs
peoples of the world. A month ago I joined with Senator Lever-
ett Salstonstall, Republican of Massachusetts, in submitting
a resolution in the Senate on the subject. Here is how I de-
scribe it:
"It suggests that it is the sense of the Senate that the
President and the State Department make certain unequivocal
declarations to the people of Germany indicating the respons-
ibility to which they will be held for the butchery of the Jewish
people and other people whom temporarily they have in their
grasp, and whom they propose to destroy."
The revelations of the last few weeks from Germany's pri-
son camps have shown the world the true spirit of Nazism and
Fascism. Irrefutable proofs, the proof of the eyes and ears of our
own Congressmen and our own newspapermen, the proof of
the cameras of our own news photographers, have been offered
that the Nazis are in fact murderers, torturers, and sadists be-
yond description.
Only by enforcing rigidly such resolves as were embodied
in the resolution Senator Saltonstall and I proposed can true
justice be done for these crimes. I do not mean justice to the
Nazis; they have forfeited their right to ordinary justice. I mean
justice to the world. I mean justice to the families of those who
suffered and died in the Nazis torture chambers. Justice to the
peoples who have been prostrated by the iron heel of Nazi
dominance, who have lost loved ones in the war which the
Nazis launched in their attempt to conquer mankind. And most
important of all, justice to the youth of tomorrow, whose lives
will be forfeit if we permit a false sense of mercy to lead us into
the error of permitting Nazi and Fascist ideas to grow strong
again in Germany, in Italy, in Japan, and in the world."
Senator Claude E. Pepper.
WANTED!
Experienced Head Counsellor for Day Camp.
Contact
MAURICE GROSSMANPHONE 3-4012
For Further Particulars
San Francisco (JTA)Efforts
by Jewish and other consultants
to the U. S. delegation at the
UNCIO to secure establishment
of a Commission of Human
Rights culminated in the adop-
tion of the big powers' recom-
mendation on this subject by the
Committee on Economic and So-
cial Cooperation.
The recommendation as passed
by the committee in the form
of an amendment to the Dum-
barton Oaks proposals, reads:
"With a view to the creation of
conditions of stability and well-
being which are necessary for
the peaceful and friendly rela-
tions among nations, based on
respect for the principle of equal
rights and self-determination of
peoples, the organization should
facilitate solutions of interna-
tional, economic, social, cultural
and other humanitarian prob-
lems, and promote respect for
human rights and for funda-
mental freedoms for all without
distinction as to race, language,
religion or sex. Responsibility
for the discharge of this func-
tion should be vested in the Gen-
eral Assembly, and under the
authority of the General Assem-
bly, in the Economic and Social
Council."
Another amendment passed
jointly by the Committee on
Political and Security Functions
and by the Committee on Eco-
nomic and Social Cooperation,
reads: "The General Assembly
should initiate studies and make
recommendations for the pur-
pose of promoting international
cooperation in political, eco-
nomic, social and cultural fields
to assist in the realization of
human rights and basic free-
doms for all, without distinction
as to race, language, religion or
sex, and also for the encourage-
ment of the development of in-
ternational law."
Implementation of these rec-
ommendations by establishment
of a commission for the promo-
tion of human rights by the Com-
mittee on Economic and Social
Cooperation is expected within
the next few days, through a
joint amendment of the big pow-
ers to the Dumbarton Oaks pro-
posals. This amendment reads:
"The Economic and Social Coun-
cil should set up commissions in
the fields of economic activity,
social activity, cultural activity,
promotion of human rights and
any other field within the com-
petence of the Council. These
commissions should consist of
experts. These should be a per-
manent staff which should con-
stitute a part of the secretariat
of the organization."
Keep your ears open
Also your eyes
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
ra^A^juNE i. 194S
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE_____
Mudiy, Confidential
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
LISTEN HERE .
Walter Winchell asks us to relay to you a warnina
cerning Edward James Smythe's "Veterans' Association foe*
with headquarters at Washington, which peddles books a"a
"victory stamps" Smythe's salesmen are on a 40 per cei
commission basis, and the other 60 per cent are used for an?
democratic activities Smythe, you should remember
one of the thirty defendants in the mass sedition trial r
cently he arranged a stamp sale for a Washington cathedral
giving half the proceeds to the Cathedral and keeping the rest
. And he managed to persuade a gullible Washington starrm
columnist to help him promote the stamp campaign Wg
attended the trial of the Morris Anmuth case in Philadelphia, but
the verdict is not yet in as we write this ... But even if the jury
decides against Anmuth, the young Jewish businessmen who
was beaten up by two policemen for booing Governor Dewey
let us tell you that Anmuth's attorney, George Pressman, did a
bang-up job Mr. Pressman made it clear that the case was
important because the very principles of democracy were in.
volved.
REPORTAGE ...
Supreme Court Justice Jackson, American head of the War
Crimes Commission, is taking his appointment very seriously,
and has told intimates that the war crimes trials will be of the
nature of courts-martial, with no long-drawn-out processes of the
civilian type Jacob Epstein, a retired merchant living in
Baltimore, who is a philanthropist, traveler and student of world
affairs, asks us this pertinent question: "Why not ask this and
future peace conferences to adopt Esperanto as the universal
language?" Mr. Epstein believes that Esperantowhich,
you recall, was invented by Dr. Ludwig Zamenhoff, a Polish
Jewshould be the language in which all proceedings should
be conducted at the peace conference
PALESTINE NEWS ....
The backers of a new Congress resolution on Palestine,
initiated by the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, have
decided to disregard Dr. Stephen S. Wise's warning that such
a resolution under the sponsorship of Peter Bergson would
"constitute a tragic disservice to the Jewish people" Amer-
ican Zionist leaders, who expected a great deal from Dorothy
Thompson's recent visit to Palestine, are sadly disappointed
. Dorothy's syndicated articles on Palestine were anything
but Zionistic in tone Did you know that 72 publications ap-
pear regularly in Palestine? Twelve of them are daily news-
papers.
WAR ECHOES .
Our good friend Maurice A. Bergman, the ace publicist,
has been chosen as chairman of the Public Relations Division
of the War Activities Committee of the Motion Picture Industry
. This places Maurice in a very responsible position, and is
an honor he really deserves After we closed our lists we
received a S5.00 donation for the Sergeant Meyer Levin Me-
morial Fund from Louis George Yankeloff of Baltimore, Md....
The Army has now completed, and ere long will be showing
to the public, an extraordinary film showing the entire AEF
European campaign from the initial preparations to the final
surrender of the Nazis Director of the picture is ex-Holly-
woodite Garson Kanin, who now holds the Army rank of Cap-
tain Screen star John Garfield, now wearing Uncle Sam's
khaki, plans to branch out as a producer after the war, with a
biographical film on Barney Ross, champion boxer and Marine
hero, as a starter.
LITERARY NOTES ...
Pierre van Paassen received the 1944 Award of The Pro-
testant for his book "The Forgotten Ally" ... At a recent dinner
in his honor Van Paassen warned that World War III is jus'
around the corner unless we find ways to smash pro-Nazi-anti-
Soviet propaganda in this country Dorothy Rosenman, wife
of Justice Samuel Rosenman (FDR's favorite adviser) has wnt-
ten a book on the housing problem, in which she has been ac-
tively interested for years The title: "A Million Homes a
Year" The memory of the late Bella Chagall, wife of the
great painter, was recently honored by the posthumous pub-
lication of her poetic works Mme. Chagall was one of trie
few great woman poets in Yiddish literature.
ABOUT PEOPLE ...
Congratulations to James N. Rosenberg on becominLrt
grandfather ... A son was born to the wife of his son Robert
who is a First Lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force, stationed in
Italy Congressman Samuel Dickstein of New York may
soon be appointed to an important post by President Trum
. From San Francisco we hear that Congressman Sol oioo
was aching to be photographed with the leaders of jW*r]Jj
delegation to the Conference ... The project was Preven'e v
the eleventh hour by one of his wiser advisers Broaaw a
columnist Dantor Walker should check his information
a recent column he wrote that Benjamin Szold, Columbia
ture director, is a grandson of the late Henrietta Szold
Henrietta Szold had no grandchildren or childrenin "J^V"*
never married We're told that the greatest soccer xoo
player in the Western hemisphere is Alberto Mendoza, a n
Mexican Jewish boy Max Baer, one-time heavyweigni -
ing champion of the world, now past 36, intends to r -
the ring ... We hope he changes his mind, because ae
no shape for a comeback Leonard Bernstein, tne y ^
young composer whose song hits from the musicaI ^
Town" are now available on records, is going to dedic ^
next couple of months to the composition of a major w
conductor Serge Koussevitzky, his musical mentor.
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rm*Y. JUNE 1, 1945
MANY HIDES
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Mrs. Harold B. Spaet is chair-
8 'l .he Miami Beach Wom-
Soiision of the Seventh War
Ln Drive. She reports that
r 90 orcanizations are parti-
S&iS >" thc drive < DaSSiil
fmeeting the Miami Beach
J^of S10.000.00O
Ms Spact is a past president
.f the Hadassah, Temple Israel
Ssterhood, and is a member of
fe Amencan Jewish Confess,
Miami Section, Council of Jew-
S Women. B'nai Brith Auxil-
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MRS. HAROLD SPAET
iary, Anna Miller Circle of Elks,
Alumnae of Alpha Epsilon Phi
and Theta Sifima Phi.
Leading thc Jewish organiza-
tion and thc chairmen are:
American Jewish Congress,
tochairmen, Mrs. Rose Weiss and
Mrs. Rose Firestone; B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary, cochairmen, Mrs.
Josie Goldstrom and Mrs. Tillie
Bosenthal; Beth Sholem Sister-
hod, cochairmen, Mrs. I. C.
Greenberg and Mrs. Charles
Tobin; Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter Sisterhood, Mrs. Joseph
Rose; Hadassah, Mrs. Samuel T.
Sapiro; Dade Chapter of Cardiac,
Gertrude Lachs; National Asso-
ciation of Women Lawyers, Mrs.
Benjamin Meyers; Miami Beach
Service League, Mrs. Martha
Suskind; Beth Jacob Sisterhood,
cochairmen, Mrs. Anna Berow
and Mrs. Freida Kalstein; Tem-
ple Israel Sisterhood, Mrs. Leon-
ard Epstein; Lear School, Mrs.
Lear.
On June 13. there will be a
Premiere at the Lincoln Thea-
tre. Admission is the purchase
oi a bond at any Wometco Thea-
. Monday, June 4, Kitty
S Supper Club will have a
JiWO-bond-plate dinner and will
stave to sell a million in bonds.
Remember, soldier, the only
the one never told!
MANY ARE PRESENT AT
HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Over 150 people were present
at the dinner and entertainment
last Sunday evening at the Jew-
ish Home for the Aged. The
affair was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Zalis in honor of the
birthday of their son Stanley,
Young Zalis is in the Navy, and
his mother is president of the
Home for the Aged auxiliary.
Funds derived from the dinner
were turned over to the Home to
be used for the purchase of
linens and other supplies.
Following the eight-course
dinner, entertainment was pro-
vided by Gus Trau, baritone;
Mrs. Hymie Kassen, soprano;
Miss Revana, accordion solos;
Hymie Swadlin, tenor, who en-
tertained with Jewish and Eng-
lish songs; and Cantor Julius
Rosenstein.
The late Alfred B. Rosenstein,
president of the Home, who
passed away suddenly Wednes-
day morning, addressed the ga-
thering. He told of the many
obstacles confronting the direc-
torate and promised he would
do all in his power to see that
the Home opened as scheduled
on June 17. Rabbi Max Shapiro
delivered a lengthly address on
the importance of an aged home,
and discussed how the organiza-
tion could serve the entire com-
munity, filling its needs along
these lines. Mrs. Marion Gould,
vice president of the auxiliary,
congratulated the guest-of-honor
and told of the work of the
auxiliary in assisting the Home.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky also
spoke briefly.
PLANS PROPOSED TO
CHANGE "Y" NAME
At a recent meeting of the
board of directors of the Town
"Y," a committee was appointed
to study the advisability of the
change of name of the Y.M. &
W.H.A. of Miami.
According to Leo Ackerman,
chairman of this committee,
there are many persons that are
of the opinion that the name of
the Y.M. & W.H.A. is too cum-
bersome and does not convey the
Jewish Community Center ideal.
"It has been suggested that the
name be changed to Miami Jew-
ish Community Center or some
such similar name," Mr. Ack-
erman stated.
He would like the opinion of
the general public and asks that
letters be written to him in care
of the "Y" as to whether the
name should be changed and
the reasons therefore. He is
offering six prizes of $5 each
to the member of each of the
"Y" Clubs writing the best es-
say on this topic and $10 for the
best prize essay written by any
"Y" member. Essays should be
addressed to Mr. Ackerman in
care of the Miami "Y." Other
members serving with the chair-
man are Mrs. Leon Kaplan and
Ted Sakowitz.
The enemy's ears
Are opened wide
So military secrets
We must hide!
RE-ELECT
D. LEE
POWELL
COUNCILMAN
June 5. 1945
YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED
For 22 years a successful Miami Beach
bU8inessman with a keen understanding of
needs and problems of Miami Beach.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Myron manner
Bv Appoint nly A*
Telephone 58-IW"

uAaifaM'
205 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
RE-ELECT
JOHN H.
LEVI
YOUR
CITY COUNCILMAN
15 Years President of the Over 26 Years Your
Council Councilman
Your Vote and Support
Appreciated
Pd. PoL Adv.
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HAROLD SPAET IN
PERSONAL CANVASS
Harold Spaet, attorney and
former associate municipal court
judge has waged a door to door
campaign in his efforts to se-
cure a seat on the Miami Beach
city council with the election set
for next Tuesday, June 5.
Spaet was just reelected as
secretary of Temple Israel of
Miami, is director of Miami
Beach Zionist district; president
of the Men's club of Temple Is-
rael; an Elk, member of the
Knights of Pythias, Junior
Chamber of Commerce and the
Dade County Bar association.
He is campaigning on a five
point platform.
He said he would like to see
a fully equipped and properly
staffed municipal hospital; addi-
tional recreational facilities,
especially for year-around resi-
dents; readjustment of the city s
publicity program; a planned,
rather than haphazard, postwar
program for the city to Permit
expansion, and "a clean, health-
ful city to raise my child and
Spaet promises, if elected, to
remain continuously available to
hils constituents.
An open house for his friends
and supporters will be tendered
Sunday afternoon, 5435 LaGorce
Drive, from 4 to 7 p. m.
REVISED BUDGET
IS APPROVED
At a board meeting of the di-
rectors of Federation held prior
to the annual meeting in session
as we go to press, the revised ,
report of the budget committee
was approved.
Major item on the budget was
the allocation of funds for the
Joint Distribution Committee .
and United Palestine Appeal.
The directors will recommend to
the membership that only 50
percent of the total $165,000 be
allocated at the present time on |
a six months basis, pending fur- !
thcr developments in Europe
and! Palestine. Allocation was
made on the basis of 56 percent
to the JDC and 44 percent to
UPA.
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A & N COMMITTEE
HELD CONFERENCE
The Greater Miami Army &
Navy committee held a confer-
ence last Monday evening, when
it heard the reports of its of-
ficers and standing committees.
A rcconstitution of the commit-
tee was approved. The reorgan-
ization and election of officers
will take place at the next meet-
ing.
TO CELEBRATE
DOUBLE EVENT
Two events. 11 years of Jew-
ish autonomy in Biro-Bidjan,
and 10 years of the existence of
the publication "Nailebn" will
be celebrated with a grand con-
cert, on Sunday, June 10 at the
Beth David Congregation. Start-
ing at 8 p. m.
The program will include Jan
Turkevich, violinist; Witold
Turkevich, pianist; Rose Arons,
vocolist. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will bring greetings and Morris
Holtman will be guest speaker.
The concert was originally set
for June 3 but was moved ahead
to the next Sunday.
d nach-
t'-nt out of lha ordinary ;
with mMow-llovord
delightfully d.fltr.nl
Manitdiawiti America*.
MotiM ,,. m erica ... to
wholrrtome ,,,rjf rempr-
Injly oven.fraihl
PULL LEVER No. 12,.. First!
ELECT
HARRY
ZUKERNICK
CITY
TO
COUNCIL
Tuesday, June 5th
The man who will honestly, efficiently and ably represent ALL
of the citizens of Miami Beach, instead of any one
group or class of citizens
Endorsed and Supported by the Following Miami Beach
Business, Professional and Civic Leaders:
JUDSON L. OWEN
HENRY D. WILLIAMS
R. C LOHMEYER
SAM BLANK
CHARLES S. TOBIN
DR. MAURICE ROSE
R. M. DAVIDSON
LEONARD ABESS
NAT KLEIN
JACK J. AUGUST
ISADORE ARONOVITZ
JOSEPH L. ARKIN
HERMAN BERK
JOSEPH A. BERMAN
MORRIS NEWMARK
MORRIS BERICK
BENJAMIN COHEN
HARRY A. CORNBLUM
JOSEPH EHRLICH
DAVID WHITMAN
SOLOMON LUBER
MAXWELL HYMAN
SEYMOUR SATIN
M. L. FRIEDMAN
SOL S. GOLDSTROM
SAM J. HALPERIN
MARTIN LIPMAN
MAX LIPPMAN
DR. D. T. QUITTNER
SAMUEL C. JAMISON
DAVID PHILLIPS
TOM DUPREE
LLOYD A. TOWLE
R. F. DULAI5EY
HARRY SIRKIN
JACOB FELT
HAROLD TURK
SHEPARD BROAD
JOHN B. REID
WILTON DREYFUS
DAVID ALPERT
R. R. ADLER
MORRIS ALPERT
RICHARD I. BERENSON
ARCHIE BRICK
EDWARD FRIEDMAN
LOUIS LECHNER
P. J. DAVIS
IRVING M. ELLIS
LEON ELKIN
GARRY GLATT
JACK WOLFSON
HARRY I. MAGID
IRVING FRANKEL
IRVING FIRTEL
KOLMAN LURIA
ABBOT A. KARLIN
DANIEL D. LIFTER
DR. M. B. MARKS
LEO RADOFF
HAL PEARL
BERTRAM SCHEUER
MAX SINGER
C. L. CLEMENTS
J. J. CARROLL
DR. LOUIS J. LYTTON
CARL WEINKLE
SIDNEY WEISS
NAT HANKOFF
JOSEPH M. ROSE
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON
ALLEN T. ABESS
DR. H. P. AUSLANDER
ALBERT ANIS
LOUIS AUERBACH
HARRY BLUMIN
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
OTTO A. BIRN
SAMUEL G. BAST
S. EDWARD FINK
LEO EISENSTEIN
W. I. FEUER
DAVID NEILINGER
CHARLES E. NADLER
JOSEPH A. GARDNER
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
JEROME GOODMAN
LEO HUBERMAN
DR. MAX A LIPKIND
HYMAN LAIBSON
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
DR. B. H. SADOWSKY
WILLIAM G. MECHANIC
CARL SUSSKIND
E. MAX GOLDSTEIN
WILLIAM E. COOK
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HELP US TO COMPLETE THE GREAT WAR RECORD OF OUR MEN AND WOMEN
How Many Jewish
Men and Women of Greater Miami
are or who have served in the
Armed Forces of the United States?
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED to get the answer accurately and completely. For that
reason you are urged to cooperate at once with THE WAR RECORDS BUREAU
of the GREATER MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE of the JEWISH WELFARE
BOARD, 1567 S. W. 5th St., Miami.
Help us compile a complete history of the glorious part which Americans of
Jewish faith are playing in this war side by side with their fellow citizens of
every other creed and background.
Please fill in the form below and return at once to the office of the War
Record Bureau at the aforementioned address. Pass this to a relative or friend
that needs to send in this information. *jg t urtfcll
Help Us Complete an Important Job .... Do It Now!
Name (Print)
Serial Number-
Home Address
Birth Date____
Birth Place____
Civilian Occupation
Marital Status______
Date Entered Service
Service
(Check)
Army.
Marine Corps.
.Present Rank.
. Branch________
Duty
Navy Coast Guard
If VeteranDate Discharged--------------------------
Schools Attended_____________________________

Jewish Affiliations........
Name of Nearest Kin.
Address------------------
Relationship
Honors. Awards, Casualty, Acts of Heroism or Other Events of Service
If possible will you please give the names and home addresses of any other local Service People you can suggest for our
files______________________--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
WAR RECORDS COMMITTEE
NAT ROTH. Chairman _____..
FRED SHOCHET MRS. GEORGE M. COHEN
MAURICE GROSSMAN MRS. HARRY GORDON
SAM LAMBERT, J. W. B. Director
OFFICERS
"ONTE SEUG. Vlc.-C.lr^ ^^ "'cTrL WE.NKLE. Vlc-Chalrman
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
""Herbert Wallach. Rudy Adler. Mrs. George J. BWttBM. Jg* &ZZ2F& Mrs- Ma* Dobrln, Abe Goldman, Sol GoldstromMra. Ada Joseph. Mb.
Murry Koven, Dave Phillips. Fred K. Shochet, William Singer Nat roUUMI*
&,Slrkln. JoePh Stein Carl Welnkle. George Wolpert. Harry Zukernlck^
Chaplain Saul Kraft. Chaplain Carl Miller, Mrs. Sidney Stepkln, Mrs. Herman
wssett, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
MAIL TO -..-.
WAR RECORDS BUREAU
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JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
1567 S. W. 5TH STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Hundreds of supporters are
joining the ever growing ranks
of followers of Harry Zukernick,
candidate for the Beach city
council. Statements and adver-
tisements are appearing con-
stantly listing hundred of prom-
inent Beachites endorsing his
candidacy.
The Miami Beach Sun, daily
publication, in a lead editorial
Tuesday endorsed Zukernick's
candidacy. The editorial in part
stated:
"About ten years ago a per-
sonable young attorney, a grad-
uate of Brooklyn Law school,
who had practised in New York
for five years, came to fast-
growing Miami Beach to cast
his lot. Eager, diligent, faithful
to his clients, unselfishly doing
many good works for his fellow-
men, he has acquired in his ten-
year residence here a position
of eminence among the younger
members of the bar, and of
prominence and influence as a
civic and philanthropic worker.
By his virtues Harry Zuker-
nick has drawn to himself the
friendship and respect of a lai>e
number of well known and in-
fluential citizens of Miami Beach
and these gentlemen now are
backing him for city council.
The Sun-Tropics concurs in
their judgment that he will make
an excellent councilman, with the
earnest hope that the voters will
avail themselves of his services
in our city government.
Becoming well established in
law practice at Miami Beach,
Zukernick commenced an inten-
sive career of volunteer civic
work. The more work he took
on the more capacity for it he
developed.
Zukernick was one of the
founders and became the first
president of the Young Men and
Women's Hebrew association, and
now holds that office for the
third year. He is secretary and
counsel for the housing corpora-
tion which has provided apart-
ments for a large number of
servicemen's families, and is a
member of the servicemen's
hospitality committee.
His platform: Keep the pro-
posed city hospital and city aud-
itorium out of politics; reduce
taxes by promoting economy
and efficiency; provide a fair
pension for city employees; con-
struct adequate sidewalks; ac-
quire and develop the Firestone
estate and other sites for parks
and bathing beaches; be accessi-
ble to all citizens at all times;
create a city department for ser-
vicemen's activities.
Zukernick's talents as lawyer
and his experience in organiza-
tion work fit him admirably for
the duties of councilman. His of-
fer to serve is an opportunity for
the community."
SERVICE LEAGUE
HOLDS MEETING
Miami Service League held a
meeting at the Beach "Y" May
28. Mrs. Murray Koven, presi-
dent, announced at that time
that the installation luncheon
scheduled for Monday, June 4r
have been cancelled indefinite-
ly.
Buy More War Bonds.
GOOD OIL NEWS!
Humble's big new well came
in last week. Prices of nearby
acreage will advance but I
can still sell you 640 acres at
$10 per acre, if you will hurry.
Full mineral right and insured
title.
The Oil Acreage Market
Is Becoming Active
M. A. LYONS
Seybold Building
3-1493
LOCKE FEATURED ON
ZIONIST PROGRAM
Francis P. Locke, editorial
writer for the Miami Daily News,
will be featured on the program
of the gala dinner-dance which
the Miami Zionist District will
stage Monday evening, June 4.
The affair will take place at
Lilley's restaurant. 829 Biscayne
Blvd.
Locke, well-known in this
area for his writings and speak-
ing appearances, will discuss
Zionism.
Present reservations indicate
a sell-out and the committee in
charge, co-chairmaned by Harry
Gordon and Jerome Weinkle, are
completing last minute details
to make the affair outstanding.
The evening's activities will
begin with dinner at 7:45, fol-
lowed by the speaking program.
A number of prominent guests
have indicated that they will be
present and will be introduced.
Seven leading entertainment
acts will be presented as part
of the floor show, followed by
dancing.
Limited number of reserva-
tions may still be obtained from
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2-18Q&
LAUDERDALE SERVICES
Rabbi Samuel H. Baron will
speak on "Ethics of the Fathers
of the Talmud" at regular ser-
vice Friday evening at Temple
Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale.
BOXES FOR CANCER
DRIVE BEING OPENED
One thousand boxes into
which patrons of Greater Miami
department stores, small shops,
night club and other establish-
ments have been dropping coins,
bills and checks for the last
month in the Dade county can-
cer drive for $50,000 arc now in
the process of being opened and
their contents counted.
W. W. Lyons, assistant man-
ager of Sears, Roebuck & Co.,
Miami, is county chairman of
the drive.
The 1,000 boxes have been re-
placed by others in the same
establishments, Lyons said, and
the drive is continuing.
NEW 500-ROOM HOTEL
FOR MIAMI BEACH
Harry Sirkin, prominent hotel
man of Miami Beach and active
in the communal life of that
city, announced construction of
a new 500-room hotel on the
Northeast corner of Lincoln Rd.
and Collins Ave., Miami Beach,
the present site of the Beach
"Y." Mr. Sirkin said building
would be started as soon as
priorities are available.
Enemy ears
Are ever near
If we don't talk
They can't hear.
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See, Joe, right off our room with a big tilec
bathroom between. Just wait'll you see that
bathroom, Joe, with a stall shower just for me!
It's going to be the kind of home Betty and F
have always dreamed about. Air Conditioned, of
course. You know the modern kind of yeai
'found Air Conditioning.
Good luck to you, sailor. may you come home
soon to Betty and the youngsters and build this
dream home you're talking about. And right
you are absolutely right about modern Air
^Conditioning ... it will be as much apart of
the home of tomorrow as tlie roof! For modern
Air Conditioning will enable you to control tlie
weather every day in the year!
Of course, along with other essential industries.
Air Conditioning has gone to war, but with an eye
Sole Distributor, in South Florida of
on the days of peace Belcher has maintained its
staff of Air Conditioning consultants who are
ready now to confer with you, your architect and
consulting engineer about your plans for Air
Conditioning.
Deposits on Carrier Home Air Conditioning units
are being taken now at Belcher Industries.
Orders will be filled in sequence as soon as
possible after Victory.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1945
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PAGE NINE
B'NAI B'RITH NOTES
By Paul Weitzman
Pinch-hitting for David R. Isen
Rc;ng a guest columnist (in
thS column) is like being a
boarder in our own home. We
held down this corner for so
inne that it was a relief to have
',,ers take over. And now that
S have another time at bat. it
f7el strange. And strange were, drive-all obtained by Milt of the lodge areT extended to 2
S circumstances which brought Friedman and Jerry Freehling. family. MSSfi^gL?^
s back, for this oncewe're
mother's little helper. Dave Isen
Sad to Uh-tail it up to Wash-
ington, in a race with the stork,
"V- with hls Wlfe- After a
twenty-four hour wait, Dave
finally got a plane out, and we
don't know whether he arrived
first or the storkin fact we
don't know what happened yet.
We hope however, the every-
thing is well with them all. Does
this make us a nurse's aid? And
now to work.
The Bond Drive
Milton A. Friedman wants it
known that in this Seventh War
Loan Drive, of which he is Mi-
ami chairman, B'nai B'rith is
not the tail that is wagging the
dog In fact, from the looks of
things, unless the members get
behind this War Loan Drive,
we'll have to slink along dark
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
alleys in shame. Not because our
members are not buying bonds
they are!But because B'nai
Brith is not getting credit for
the purchases. About $300,000
in all series bonds have been
credited to B'nai B'rith in this
Miami Beach Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff, and his wife Magda,
announced the arrival of a son,
and the brith was held Satur-
day last at the Rabbi's Syna-
TsBue u .!. arold and Stella
Turk held the brith for their
son since the last column, and a
reception that lasted all of a
bunday afternoon Barney
Cohen of Orlando Lodge visited
Miami last week and saw many
of his friends in Sholem Lodge.
Brother Norman Bamberg
passed away and the condolences
IT PAYS TO BUY AT
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8ANEL BEER. M. D., Director
Reasonable Price*
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And this amount is a drop in
the bucket.
Smaller organizations have
gobbled up the desks in the
banks and all favored spots, so
that we are left with the Bond
Booth at Richard's. Which means
only thisthat when you buy
your bonk at the bank, any
bank, you must tell them the
purchase is to be credited to
B'nai B'rith. Will you do this?
And, of course, you can pur-
chase bonds at the booth in
Richard's. It is staffed by the
ladiesMrs. Joseph Bermann,
Miami chairman; Matilda Ros-
enthal, Miami Beach chairman,
and Mrs. Sam Goldman, War
Service chairman, and ladies de-
voting their time in order that
B'nai B'rith may do the job it
should do. The ladies also have
a telephone committee. Buy
from them!
Leo Eisenstein, is taking care
of the Beach in this War Loan
Drive. He doesn't like titles, but
does work, which is okay.
Get behind B'nai B'rith in this
drive! Buy an extra bond!
Fifth District Executive
Committee
The O.D.T. says no conven-
tions, so there will be no con-
vention of the Fifth Grand Lodge
of B'nai B'rith, but the execu-
tive committee met at Atlanta
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday,
las. George Talianof, A.D.L. di-
rector for Florida, Louis Hei-
man, third vice president of the
district, and Harold Turk, presi-
dent of Sholem Lodge attended,
and will report at the next meet-
ing, as did Esther Weinkle, re-
presenting the Women's Youth
organizations.
B'nai B'rith Youth Commission
Milton A. Friedman heads the
B'nai B'rith Youth Commission
which replaces the former state
AZA committee, and with him
on the committee, from Miami
are Louis Heiman and Harold
Turk.
Heard Here and There
Harold Rand now a Major in
charge of a hospital at Leyte .
Morris Klass. former director of
Federation is now stationed at
_ Bamberg flew
in irom the southwest Pacific
on an emergency furlough, too
late to see his father.
Face Facts
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V-E Day sounded the death
Knoll of Nazism and prompted
one of our friends to inquire
whether anti-Semitism would
not commence to disappear from
the American scene.
Over a period of 13 years, the
Nazis spent almost inconceiv-
able billions of dollars spread-
ing hate propaganda and scape-
goatism in this country. 13
years of organized hate propa-
ganda, 13 years of group against
group, 13 years of the use of the
Jews as a scapegoat have had
their effect on the minds of the
American people. To think other-
wise would be naive.
The Divide and Conquer tech-
nique has shown unscrupulous
native demagogues a way to use
anti-Semitism for political gain.
V-E Day has already brought
about significant economic
changes. This week, by way of
illustration, a sharp curtailment
in airplane production was an-
nounced. Unless reconversion of
industry will provide jobs for
those unemployed by virtue of
our partial change from a war
economy, conditions will be ripe
for scapegoatism.
The propagandist of the early
war days strove with some meas-
ure of success to establish this
war as a Jewish war. One need
only recall Lindbergh's broad-
cast in September, 1941 when,
speaking on behalf of the Amer-
ica First Movement, he stated
on a national hookup, that three
groups are endeavoring to get
our nation into the war, the
British, the Jews and the inter-
ventionist.
Add to this the activities of
native Fascist groups, plus the
work of reactionary congress-
men, plus that of political de-
magogues. Recently, one of the
most despicable propaganda
stunts of the war came to light.
Agnes Waters of the National
Blue Star Mohers sent letters to
the parents of soldiers and sailors
who were killed, asking how they
liked losing their sons to save
the Jews.
All this propaganda will come
to a head when social and eco-
nomic dislocations, which will
inevitably follow the war. set in.
One essential step is to eradi-
cate by educational means the
thought that may lurk in the
mind of the average American
the fixation that the Jews are a
problem. This may be far more
difficult than combating organ-
ized anti-Semitic organizations.
A great deal depends on the
extent of economic dislocations
after the war. Much is to be said,
too, for the ability of the Amer-
ican public to recognize the de-
magogues' alertness to changing
economic conditions and his
utilizing of periods of distress
for political profit. It is incum-
bent upon all Americans, as well
as Jews, to be eternally vigilant
to guard against these foes of
the democratic concept and to
be equally alert to offset their
rantings and propaganda poison
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Have you seen the Warner
Bros, short "New Americans?"
It is a most sympathetic por-
trayal of our new citizens.
Beg Pardon
In the issue of May 25. 1945.
erroneous reference was made to
one of our Congressmen. The
statement should have read
"Michigan's representative." The
error of typography is greatly
regretted.
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Between You and Me
By BORIS SMOLAR
Copyright, 1944, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
99
San Francisco Echoes
Very few people in America
know that Soviet Foreign Com-
missar Molotov, who played
such an important role at the
San Francisco Conference, has
a Jewish broher-in-law in this
country ... He is Sam Karp of
Bridgeport, Conn., who is mar-
ried to Molotov's sister ... It
was known in San Francisco
that Molotov, who is very fond
of Karp, asked the latter to
meet him during his stay at the
conference, but transportation
difficulties prevented the meet-
ing of the two Dmitry Man-
uilsky. head of the Ukrainian
delegation at the San Francisco
Conference, is the only Jewish
member in all the three Soviet
delegations participating in the
UNCIO ... He speaks Russian
and French, but no English .
Believe it or not, but in San
Francisco members of the Arab
delegations were boasting that
the United States would send no
less than $12,000,000 in Lend-
Lease supplies to Saudi Arabia
during 1945 Arab propa-
gandists were busy in San
Francisco spreading the "news"
that the pan-Arab League would
be ready to agree to the admis-
sion of 100,000 Jews from Eu-
rope to Palestine within a period
of ten years providing that the
Jews agree that Palestine be-
comes an independent country
with an Arab majority ... A.
G. Brotman, executive secretary
of the board of deputies of Brit-
ish Jews, who came as an ob-
server to San Francisco, and his
trip interrupted by a Nazi tor-
pedo The ship on which he
sailed was sunk in the middle of
the Atlantic, but Brotman, after
being rescued, insisted that he
must reach the United States in
time for the San Francisco Con-
ference And so he was put
on another vessel which brought
him to our shores just a few
days prior to Germany's sur-
render.

The Anti-Semitic Front
Government agencies watch-
ing the activities of subversive
groups in this country were
aware of the fact that a certain
anti-Semitic organization ship-
ped to San Francisco seventeen
cases of anti-Jewish literature
for distribution during the United
Nations Conference Meas-
ures were taken to see that this
literature should not be distri-
buted Homer Maertz, the
fellow who advocates the steri-
lization of Jews in the United
States, was also in San Francis-
co with large batches of litera-
ture ... He planned to picket
the hotels of the American del-
egation, but was apparently
compelled to change his plan
when he realized that it might
cost him his liberty For the
first time I came face to face
with Gerald L. K. Smith in San
Francisco, where he was refused
admission to the Conference .
He strikes me as a shrewd
demagogue, who is, nevertheless,
far from being intelligent, and
who is a ignoramus as far as
political affairs are concerned,
knowing less than any school boy
reading the daily press ... A
recent issue of "Women's Voice"
ANH EUSER-BUSCH
Budweisei
TRADE MARK KtO. U. *AT. OFF.
EVERYWHERE
Distributed by
NATIONAL BRANDS
using Henry Ford as an author-
ity, says that the Jews started
the last war; the Jews wrote
the last peace; the Jews domi-
nated" Woodrow Wilson .
This despite repeated retractions
by Ford Did you hear of the
United Israel Fellowship which
will hold its second annual con-
vention in Los Angeles next
month? This group is part
of the Anglo-Israel cult which
claims that the Anglo-Savons
are the true Israelites and the
Jews are "direct seed of Satan.

Post War Hopes
With the end of the war in
Europe, "Jews in the Post-War
World." just published by Dry-
den Press, is a most timely book
. In fact, it is the kind of a
book that anyone interested in
the various Jewish problems of
today must read ... It gives the
history of the Jews between the
two world warsand all their
major problemsin a concise
form, digested and interpreted
in a way which leaves nothing
to desire Written by Max
Gottschalk and Abraham G.
Duker. the volume is the result
of a serious study by the Re-
search Institute on Peace and
Post-War Problems of the
American Jewish Committee .
There is no angle in Jewish life
since World War I which is not
dealt with in this volume, with
a view of telling the world what
the Jews had, what they lost
and what they believe they are
cut it led to receive at the forth-
coming peace conference ... In
addition to comparing the status
of the Jews in the two world
wars and in the period between
these two wars, the book gives
excellent background on how the
Jews prepared for the peace con-
ference during World War I, and
how the methods of protection
of Jewish rights resulting from
this conference failed, and why
... It analyses impartially the
various plans for the protection
hiehly pra sed both by ^>on'f^
and non-Zionists for its clanty
and its impartiality No bet-
tor and more serious and com
pact study on every aspect o
the Jewish position in the lasit
twenty-five years has appeared
up to now.
Miltary Note*
Major Henry Pitt, the Jew-
ish paratrooper who captured
Julius Streichcr in his hideout
on a Bavarian farm, is only 2b
years old Prior to joining
the U. S. Army he was con-
nected with a New York law
firm He was wounded sev-
eral times on the German front
and is the holder of several dec-
orations Speaking of dec-
orations, I heard that my friend
Lt Colonel Abel Schechter. who
was director of national radio
news and special events for NBC
in New York, has received the
Legion of Merit .He was
awarded this decoration last
week week for "exceptionally
meritorius conduct" in estab-
lishing an extensive radio trans-
mission system for Gen. Mac-
Arthur's command My friend
Carroll Binder, former foreign
editor of the Chicago Daily News
has not heard from his son for
almost a year, since he was re-
ported missing on a bombing
raid Now he has received
his son's diary, one of the last
entries of which discusses the
case of another pilot who had
been lost a few days earliera
chap named Mike, who Binder
writes, "belonged to the race
which Hitler has told us is in-
ferior" "This same race,
the entry reads, "obviously has
a genius for finding "safe and
sheltered' jobs, such as flying
crew positions in the 8th Air
Force. I can testify to that from
what I know of our own squad-
ron, in which 12 per cent of the
pilots, 30 per cent of the navi-
gators and 20 per cent of the
bombardiers belong to the taioi-
ed race whose population is just
over 4 per cent of Americas
total."
Buy More War Bonds.
COOPERATION IN HELPING
JEWS
The Jewish communities of
South Africa and South Ameri-
ca have been most cooperative
in their efforts to help Jews in
Europe. Not only are they con-
ducting successful fund-raising
campaigns but, through the
JDC they are responsible lor
large shipments of supplies over-
seas Along the same lines, the
initiative shown by Jewish ser-
vicemen and college students in
raising money for the JDC pro-
gram is inspiring and heart-
warming. Reports of such cam-
paigns have come from the iiinei
Foundation at Duke University,
from the Maiden, Mass. A.Z.A.
Chapter, from Camp Grant,
Lawrenceville, I1L_______________
ACCOUNTING UP TO DATE
At present writing (Mav Mi
the JDC has appropriated rn^i
than $12,000,000 during 1945 f'?
its world-wide activities, and it
is definite that emergencies will
be presented constantly, necessi
tating tremendous jumps in al-
locations.
FREE AGAIN
JDC representatives have
started to send over lists of new-
ly-liberated Jews from the carrm
at Oswiecim, Buchenwald. Rav-
*ensbruck and other infamous
hell-holes. Some of the lists con-
tain names of relatives here in
the States, and the JDC is at-
tempting to contact them.
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For reservations and further information
Phone Hendersonville 9132 or wiite Box 1029
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
'
Pd. Pol. Adv.
VOTE FOR
Wm. (BILL)
BURBRIDGE
FOR
CITY COUNCIL
Ten years of Constructive Service as a Miami
Beach City Councilman justifies another Term.
1 Paid ixil. a"v-
FOR CONSTRUCTIVE MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
RE-ELECT
HERBERT A.
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FRIDAY, JUNE 1. 1945
'JewistiJhridUmn
In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship
..mi REACH JEWI8H COMMUN.
"i'rFNTERConservative. 1415 Ku-
|TYCENTfc Uea(.h Kllbala8
clldki Krldi y evening at 7:15. Ser-
S^turday rnoritag at 9 will be
Tl0.c,9 ..',.< graduates of the Miami
fi'rtentofHlfb School. Kllot
n,'i' tt&M hi. clSSmatSd. Rabbi irvlnq
,,alf (ii. in- Iirt.nch on 'Crisis and
Wa,,'!ator Emsnu.l Bark.n
Cni Vhin The Center S sterhood
w nriidfl nt a reception In honor
2Ve graduates following the ser-
"', riiJls son of Mr. and Mrs.
vl"8. 4,''ii', will become bar mltz-
"rVl SaM at 5:45 p. m. Mlncha
vah:J.it 6:45 P- >. followed by
gStafsSudos at 7 P. m. and Maariv
it 8 P- m- _____
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
MMATION. 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
JrtdW evening, services at ?:[& rn.
(hturdav morning services at 8:30 a.
?"]8Mta at 7 a. m., followed by
LISTEN TO
"Palestine
Speaks"
Over
WK AT
(13G0 on Your Dial)
Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m.
Sh2'?8 Jte.udo8 IUK| Maariv. Schaarcl
l?aHJi!mUd Torah' S. W 3rd
St. trltlay evening services at 7 30
L.JE: Sa.tu,rday morning combined
services at 9 a. m. Frank K. Shear
win 'h Mr- V Mrs- Mar,y bSSJ
will become bar mitzvah, and will
conduct services and address the con-
gregation. A brother, Murrav. will
road in the Torah. Rabbi Simon April
will respond. Mlncha at 7 p. m fol-
lowed by Schalos Seudos and Maariv.
n?5TH J,ACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami ^ Beach.Friday evening service
at 7:30 p m. Saturday morning
!?VSS at 8:3 a- m- Schalos Seudos
at 7:30 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform, 137 N.
B. 19th St. Regular services Friday
evening at 8:15 o'clock, conducted by
Rabbi Saul Appelbaum. Robert, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Shapiro, will
become bar mitzvah.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Avenue.
Regular services Friday evening at
7:30 o'clock and Saturday morning
at 8:30. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Can.
tor Abraham Friedman will officiate.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER, Conser-
vative, 761 41st Street. Miami Roach.
Friday evening services at 5:45.
PAGE ELEVEN
HOME AVAILIBLE
experienced individual desires to
take care of semi-invalid for
couple in her private home (with
board). Special attention if ne-
cessary. Phone 4-0440.
TOP SOIL
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PHONE 3-6933
OBITUARIES
MRS. GERTRUDE COWEN
Mrs. Gertrude Cowen, prom-
inent in civic affairs here for a
number of years and wife of
Morris L. Cowen, died in a local
hospital Saturday.
Mrs. Cowen came to Miami 24
years ago from New York and
resided at 2120 S. W. Sixth St.
one was active in fraternal or-
ganizations and led in many civic
projects in the Miami area.
She was one of the first sign-
ers of the charter for Temple
Israel, was a member of the
rSEle Israel sisterhood, Miami
Welfare Bureau, Miami Service
league, National Council of
Jewish Women, B'nai B'rith
auxiliary and the first president
of Shenandoah school PTA.
Survivors, besides the hus-
band, include two daughters,
the Misses Faye L. and Sybil E.
Cowen, both of Miami; two sons,
Sgt. Raymond Cowen, USA
overseas, and Lt. Myron J.
Cowen, USMC, on Okinawa, and
three sisters, Mrs. Henry Bul-
bin and Mrs. Max Nankin, both
of Miami, and Mrs. Sam Jacobus
of Ridgewood, N. J.
Funeral services were held in
Temple Israel, Wednesday af-
ternoon with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan and Rabbi Saul Appelbaum.
Burial followed in Graceland
Park. Gordon Funeral home was
in charge of arrangements.
MRS. ETTA NEWMAN
Mrs. Etta Nwman, 78, of 720
West 50th St.. Miami Beach, died in
a hospital following a brief Illness.
She came to Miami 11 years ago
from Cleveland, Ohio, and was a
member of the American Legion
auxiliary, Post No. 85. She Is sur-
vived by two sons. Dr. Leon Newman,
of Cleveland, and Harold B. New-
1 man, of Gallon, Ohio, and a daugh-
AMERICANS!
9th wematyfot}tctoiyand
)Mpu/ carit motif
An early end of the war in the South Pacific means the saving of
thousands of American lives. This victory must be paid for.
Patriotism and moral support are not sufficientyour money is
needed, too.
%tyowi dottaMfight-Back the
MIGHTY SEVENTH
DADE COUNTY'S QUOTA IS
$27,746,000.00
YOUR QUOTA IS
ALL YOU CAN POSSIBLY BUY
101 E. FLAGLER ST.
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
TlielrefJfaliottalBank
of Miami
EDWARD C. ROMFH, President
LAURENCE ROMFH. Assistant to the President
ORGANIZED 1902
MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
ter, Mrs. Julia Berman, of Miami
Beach. Gordon funeral home sent the
remains to Cleveland for services and
interment.
BERTHOLD S. MENDELSON
Iierthold S. Mendelson, 50, of 3300
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach passed
away last week. He came to Miami
six years ago from Brooklyn, N. T.
Surviving are the wife. Mrs. Martha
H. Mendelson, of 'Miami, and two
daughters, the Misses Helen Mar-
jorie and Selma .lean Mendi i..,,. both
of New York City. Riverside Me-
morial chapel sent the body to New
York City for services and burial.
LOUIS STRAUSS
funeral services for Louis Strauss.
I,,' a ,retl.r.ed broker, were held at
Riverside Memorial chapel, with Rab-
bi Saul Appelbaum officiating. In-
terment was at Temple Israel ceme-
tery. .Strauss, who had lived here
2j years died last Thursday after-
noon at his residence, 3925 X. Meri-
dian Ave. He came here from Ham-
SSte' "nlar'- Surviving him is his
wife. Mrs. Sadie Strauss.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
TO HONOR GRADUATES
The second annual service de-
dicated to June graduates of
Miami Senior high school will
take place Saturday morning at
services at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center. Eliot Lainoff
will extend greetings on behalf
of the graduating class, and Rab-
bi Irving Lehrman will re-
spond. Cantor Emanuel Barkan
will chant. The Center sister-
hood will tender a reception in
honor of the graduates follow-
ing the services.
United States War Bonds are
still the best investment.
MONDAY, JUNE 4:
Miami Zionist dinner dance, Lil-
ley's Restaurant, 829 Blscayne
Blvd., Miami, 7:4.1 p. m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 5:
National Home for Jewish Children
at Denver, regular meeting, 2 p.
m.; Temple Israel board meeting,
8 p. in.; Hadassah board meeting,
2 p. m.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6:
National Council of Jewish Women,
board meeting, 10 a. m.; Work-
men's Circle Branch No. 692, reg-
ular membership meeting, 8:30 p.
m.; Jewish Social Service Bureau,
board of directors meeting, Beth
David, 8 p. m.
FRIDAY. JUNE 8:
American Jewish Congress Wom-
en s Division, Friday Review, 1:30
p. m.
Buy More War Bonds!
need is greater than ever.
The
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.

HEW BISCHVnE flREIIII
S. W. 4th ST. AT MIAMI AVE.
BOXING WRESTLING
MONDAY NTTE FRIDAY NTTE
FOR RESERVATIONS CALL SAM'S NEWS STAND
3-1236
10 RACES
N I G H T L y
DAILY DOUBLE
1st ft 3rd RACES
QUI NIELAS
EVERY RACE
*
POST TIME
8 P. M.
ADMISSION 25c
No Minon Admitted
TRANSPORTATION ROUTES TO BISCAyNE
Me Miami Transit but No. 10 out to N. W. 7uS Avenue and 103rd
Slrett; or bus No. 11 out N. E. 2nd Avenue to 107th Street,
*%&&*%& BX; 7A Avnue o 115th Street FREE
TRANSPORTATION FROM THESE POINTS TO TRACK
I HALn \iijh
\ 115th Street Between N. E. 2nd and N. W. 7'tMves
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PAGE TWELVE
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FRIDAY. JUNE t,m
OfiMlAm^f
Gen. George C. Marahsll ^*'. '^ ::^ ^^^.. all B^sW
Jen.DwightD.Eiienhowei Adm. WuUara D. Leahy Ada Ernest J. King
Gen, Henry H. Arnold Gen. DougUi ]
These men can tell you why
the 7 WAR LOAN is the BIGGEST yet/
Adm.ChcitcrW.NimiU
rou ARE being asked to lend more money
than ever beforein the 7th War Loan.
These men can tell you why.
They can tell you of giant ships ready
to slide down the ways this year.
They can tell you of a whole new air
force in the buildinghuge new bombers
and fast new jet-propelled planes coming off
the lines by thousands.
They could show you why it is cheaper
and quicker to give our Pacific Forces en-
tirely new equipment sometimesinstead
of shipping tanks and guns from Europe.
They can, in short, show you 101 ways
in which your dollars are needed more than
ever to bring America's might to its full
strengthso that we may crush our foe the
faster, make an end of killing, and brintf
our men back home.
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Will you tell these men "I can't
afford to buy my share"?
,lli
Grand National Importers
Ut Truit BldO-
Sungas Company
Now at tS0 N. W. 24th StPh. 8-3886
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1SS1 Alton ltd., Miami Baaeh
East Coast Fisheries, Inc.
MO W. Flaglor St.
South Seas Hotel
17S1 Colllni Ave., Miami Baach
Savoy Plaza Hotel
439 Ocean Drlva
Stevens Markets
2201 N. W. 62nd St.7.SOS5
2012 Ponca da Leon Blvd.4-1888
National Produce Co., Inc.
SIM N. W. 13th Ave.
Beliord Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ave.
This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisementprepared under the auspic es of Treasury
Russian Bear Restaurant
2* Lincoln Road, Miami Baach
Richie Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. w. 27th Ava.
Rainbow GardensFlorist
840 N. E. 78th St.
Loeb & Gottfried, Slaughterers
Rod Road. Hlalaah
K. Bums & SonJewelers
114 E. FUgler St.
George J. BertmanReal Estate
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beech
A. F. GivenAccountant
Congren Building
Florida Waste Paper & Salvage, Inc.
333 N. W. 22nd Line
Hippodrome Bar
N. m. 2nd Ave.
Alabama Poultry Market
IBM N. w. 7th Ava.
Joes Groceries & Markets
47S N. W. 14th St.
South Florida Produce
1280 N. W. 22nd St.
.. CaocaEugana Btocher N. Bpltgalman
Triangle Fruit Co.
JI m myTonyLou
1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Corbltt Poultry & Egg Co.
1338 N. W. 7th Ava.
Paragon Paint Distributing Corp.
B46 W. Flaglar St.
Blue Mofflin Bar
818 Alton Road, Miami Baach
Biscoyne Laundry
281 11th St., Miami Baach
Department |
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PAGE THIRTEEN
Our armies, our aavy need more guns, more ammunition, more foodmore
of all the supplies that go toward victory and they need them now I
That's why you are being asked to back them in the biggest, toughest War Loan Drive
ever- the Mighty 74b War Loan, NOW! Your fighting dollars
are needed, urgendy needed, to help pay for fighting equip:
mentyou must lend your share. Find your individual quota
of extra War Bonds, and meet it! The quota is largerbecause
the Mighty 7th is really two War Bond Drives in onebut re-
member, when you buy War Bonds you don't give, you invest.
You'll get back every cent you put into War Bonds, and more!
Buy more War Bonds nowout fighting men are making
even bigger sacrifices for victory!
BUY BIGGER WAR BONDS NOW
WAR LOAN
IN THE MIGHTY SEVENTH WAR LOAN!
THE GENERALS and admirals can show
us why our money is neededmore.
money than before.
too.
But other men can show us something.
They're the men with twisted, crippled
limbs...with clever iron hooks instead of
n*nds. The blind men ... the men with
scarred, seamed faces. And perhaps worst
of all, the men with blasted, darkened minds.
They can show us, clearly, how small
is any sacrifice we make in lending money.
If you have an income, whether from
work, land, or capital, you have a quota in
the 7th War Loan. Find out what that quota
isand make it!
M OUT FOR MEM/my 7**WAR MM
UNO rOUl QUOTA AND AUUCl III
IF YOU* AVUAOI INCOMI P MONTH Mi YOUR riRSONAl WAS-BOND QUOTA IS: (CASH VALUE) MATURITY VAIUI or 7TH WAR 10AN BONDS BOUGHT
(ISO (1(7 JO (258
229-258 150 00 388
a 10-ns 11I.SS 17S
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1SS-SM tl.7J IX
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UiMWtltS 1(7S SS
' ^)unca and made possible by the following public spirited business firms and individuals.
rco.
George E. BunnelL Inc.
7* N. E. 20th Tor.
Varsity Cleaners
20B-210 Alhambra Circio. Coral Oabloo
Flamingo Plaza Hotel
1050 Morldlan Av*., Miami Boach
Trail Top Shop
1t S. W. Bth St.
Eat-a-bit. Sandwich Shop
1145 N. E. 2nd Av..
Certified Poultry & Egg Co Inc.
72* N. E. lot Av*.
B & B Grocery
2351 N. W. 41st St.
Rhea's Women's Apparel
(11 41ot St., Miami Boach
Jean's Biscayne Tavern
11420 N. W. 7th A v..
Army Salvage Quarters
1*0 N. W. 27th Av*.
Hotel Sheldon
227 7th St., Miami Beach
Faymus Fay's
24 N. Miami Avo.
Orlin's Army 4 Navy Stare
109 N. E. lot Avo.
Palmer Funeral Chapel
200* W. Flaglor St.
A A Exterminating Co.
2**4 W. Flaglor St.
Neonite Sign Co.
252 N. W. 29th St.
Louis HaftelWomen's Apparel
1095 Lincoln Rd., Miami Boach
City Ice & Fuel Co.
S37 N. W. 15th St.
Bill Battcock Painting Contractor
3720 Blocayno Blvd.
Clipper InnRestaurant
2(25 Grand Av*., Coconut Orovo
Fincher Oldsmobile Co.
1740 N. E. 2nd Av*.
Silver Paint Co.
2S W. FUgl.r St., Miami
(53 Colllna Avo.. Miami Boaoh
Dallas Park Hotel & Apartments
111 B. E. 3rd St.
Ball & Chain Restaurant
1515 S. W. 8th St.
Coopers Liquor Bar & Package Store
1(90 N. W. (2nd St.
Plantation Bar
13(0 N. W. 3rd Avo.
Rabin's Congoleum & Shade Co.
21( N. Miami Avo.
Dr. Walter K. Foley
1110 Lincoln Rd., Miami Boach
Walker Casket Co.
535 N. W. 24th St.
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PAGE FOURTEEN
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Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MARY SCHRERNICK. ReprewntotiT*
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shcir
were hosts recently to a num-
ber of friends in honor of Mrs.
Dora Saltar, who is leaving for
her home at Boyce, Idaho.
Games were played, and Mrs. E.
Greenstein, high scorer, received
a leather-bound table as a prize.
The guest-of-honor was present-
ed with a linen handkerchief.
Among those present were Mrs.
Mary Schrebnick, Mr. and Mrs.
Bayer, Rabbi and Mrs. M.
Greenstein and A. Levin.
The Army-Navy Committee
held a dance Friday night for
servicemen stationed at Boca
Raton. Serving refreshments to
the boys were Lillian Metz, Syl-
via Rotfeld, Ethel Smith, Muriel
Shutzer and Fay Cantor.
On Sunday the organization
sponsored a picnic at Du Bois
Camp Jupiter. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Metz, Mr. and Mrs.
Blumb, and Mr. and Mrs. Rot-
feld served refreshments to the
group. Others attending were
Lillian Metz, Pvt. Stanley Metz,
Muriel Shutzer, Sylvia Rotfeld.
Ethel Smith, Hannah Bell Blum-
berg, Louis Blumberg and Faye
Cantor.
The Rev. Winslow S. Drum-
mond, of the First Presbyterian
Church spoke on "The Postwar
World" at a meeting of the B'nai
B'rith at Scher Memorial Hall
last week.
War Bonds amounting to $60,-
000 were sold following the talk,
making a total of $116,000 in
bonds sold by the order during
the 7th War Loan Drive.
Dave Katz presided and Dr.
Joseph C. Berstein presented the
program.
Directors of the District 10
Welfare Board met in monthly
session and reelected Dr. Carl
N. Herman chairman for the year
beginning July 1, 1945. Joe Hill,
West Palm Beach, was elected
vice chairman and the Rev. Al-
len W. Graves, Fort Pierce, sec-
retary.
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
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.
SOUTHERN DAIRIES
Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the
i Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Pro
H t ittu ducts and Ice Cream.
UUI AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^r^^^^^^i^i^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W^i
C. W. SMITH
PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business.
MRS. WILLIAMS HEADS
COUNCIL _OF WOMEN
Mrs Nat Williams, who was
chosen to ajjain head the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
of Miami, was installed in of-
fice at a luncheon meeting at
Hammond's Restaurant
The program included a boon
review by Edward Clarke on the
Fiery Angel" written by Mi-
ami's own Ramona Sawyer
Barth. At the affair the au-
thoress personallyj autographed
he books sold, and donated the
proceeds of the sale to the Na-
tional Council's scholarship fund
at the University.
Officers who will assist Mrs.
Williams in her administration
are- 1st vice president, Mrs. Mor-
ris Alpert; 2nd vice president
Mrs. David Philips; 3rd vice
president, Mrs. Irving Kobley.
financial secretary, Mrs. David
Honoroff, assisted by Mrs.
Stuart Gordon; recording secre-
tary, Mrs. Wm. Caplan; corre-
sponding secretary, Mrs. Albert
Green; treasurer, Miss Edna
Heller; auditor, Mrs. Leo Acker-
man; board of directors: Mes-
dames Stanley Phillips. Aaron
Farr, J. Eppstein, Ada Josephs,
Stanley Myers, Wm. Farr. Jack
Cohen, Herman Wepman and D.
Broad.
INTERESTING ITEM FROM
ITALY
Jewish refugees in Italy ran
their own campaign for funds
out of their meager resources
and managed to raise about $38,-
000 for the JDC. They marked
the money for help to stricken
Jews in Polandthey know what
suffering means.
PURCHASES IN PALESTINE
JDC purchases in Palestine
continue to boost industry there.
Among the recent supplies
bought there are 5,000 pairs of
shoes and more than 4,000 pounds
of medicaments which are being
prepared for shipment to the
Balkans. This last transaction is
but one in a long list of JDC
purchases made in Palestine.
THI
MIGHTY
WAR LOAN
Satisfaction Guaranteed
MASON CONCRETE
& CARPENTRY
Licensed
and Insured
3-5539

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
LEGAL NOTICES
Pd. Pol. AdT.
NOTICE IS HKUKHY OIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KAKRV MARKET at 2801 N. W.
18th Avenue, Miami Florida, Intends
l.i register said name with the Clerk
of Dade County, Florida.
J. J. ANNIS
THEATOHER ANNIS
MYERS & HBIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
.V18-23 6/1-8-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Commercial Chemical Products at
Dade County, Fla. intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Sole Owner
SAMUEL A. KATZ
.MARX FKINBERO
Attorney for Applicant.
5/S6 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of Hade Construction Company at 201
Calumet Building, Miami, Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
Countv, Florida.
MURRAY KASTOFF
WALTER A. TREPTE
5/4-11-18-25 6/1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Lalbson Court Apartments at 73S
Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
JACOB SNE1DER
JENNIE SNEIDER
5/23 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.IN PROBATE.
No. 16279
In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS
HOWE, Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified and required, to present any
clalmi and demands* which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MILTON SIIaAS HOWE de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Hon. W. F. BLANTON. Coun-
ty Judge of Dade County, and file
the same In his office In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
claimant and to be sworn to and
presented as aforesaid, or same will
be barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Date May 15. A.D. 1945.
R. H. WISENRAKER.
As Administrator of the Estate
of MILTON SILAS HOWE. De-
ceased.
MAX R. SILVER,
Attorney for Administrator.
6/18-28 6/1-8
^PAY.JDME!,,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBECK REALTY CO., nt 1023
SVyliold Building intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv, Florida.
VIVIAN II. BECK
DOROTHY ROSENBLUM
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
6/1-8-15-22-29
BALLANTINE'S
ALE (
America's Pints! Since 7840
DISTRIBUTED BY
NATIONAL BRANDS. INC.
NOTICE IS Ii|.-i7i7mrr-------
the undersigned,' &'* GIVEN ^ ,
business under tl. .'h '"engajoi
Swafford Auto l'aiu ^. ""> 5
62nd St.. Miami hL',1,1' 88 .N.w'
register said nan,,, w t |hln'?!"l ti
thOriClrcu.t Court o^Cle^
HERSCHEL SWAPPoRn '
MILTON A. FRIEr>M.\v ^l* Own*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVlv
the undersigned, desirhw ,nE* ,lu
In business under the fi,-n,i '"Wtt
of j & M k.,,.!,.,,;.:,,' '"sr*
successors to E A J v,,i ot 1c)
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Florida i.it..a'"'.I! Avm.
Miami, Florida Intend,;. *ven.
said name with th,"clerk of ,Wto
cult Court f Dade Count? ,&Sr-
M( iRRIs PONCKH orld-
JOSEPH WEINRRDn
MILTON A. raiBSDMAN M
Attorney for Applicant,
5/11-18-25 6/1-8 "",cams
NOTICE OFaAPPUCAT,0N TO*
File 39573
Notice Is hereby given tho, r.
Zlnkel holder as a'ssigneof cu.0^
Miami Tax Certificate Niimkl. !
9560, dated the 2nd day T\T\
A.D. 1930. has filed said cStlft M
in my office, and has made "pn?H
tlon for tax deed to issue the
In accordance with law. Said &
ficate embraces the following 2
scribed property, situated in DaLI
County. Florida, to-wit: ""
r, L?t2' ,Blk- 3' Oovcland Park, Puil
Book 6. Page 91. in the City of vu I
ami. County of Dade, State of Floridi'l
The assessment of said pronerhil
under the Certificate Issued wiVtaI
the name of Unknown. Unless saiSI
Certificate shall be redeemed accort.l
Ing to law. tax deed will issue there. I
1945" th 2'h day June' ADI
Dated this 16th day of May, A.D.|
E. B. LEATHERMAX, .
Clerk of Circuit Court.1
Dade Countv, FlorMa r
(Circuit Court Seal. L
By N. C. STERRETT, D. cl
5/18-26 6/1-8-15
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatl
the undersigned, desiring to engagal
In business under the fictitious namil
of Modern Sheet Metal ManufacturJ
ers at 1227 N. E. 2nd Ave. inter,*
to register said name with the Cterti
of the Circuit Court of Dade County]
Florida.
JOHN J. SCHWARTZ
MINNIE SCHWARTZ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN thtl|
the undersigned, desiring to enjran
In business under the fictitious name]
of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY
55 N. E. 24th Street, Miami, Florll
Intends to register said name wltlj
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade Countv. Florida.
I. W. OREEN
LEON OREEN
ALBERT A GREEN
JOSEPH ARAOO
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attornevs for Applicants
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ui
the undersigned, desiring to ensat
in business under the fictitious name
of IJBBY SPORTSWEAR at SampM
Room No. 4. Roberts Hotel. 29-11
W. 1st St., Miami, Florida, ijj
tends to register said name willi UV1
clerk of the Circuit Court of w*
County, Florida.
JACK UPSON
MAX BERNSTEIN
MYERS A HBIMAN
Attorneys for applicants.
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tUj
the undersigned, desiring to "**.
in business under the I ctltlous njnj
of STAR LIQUOR STORE NO. 2 i
1050 North Miami A^nue MiaU
Florida, intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coum
of Dade County. Florida.
MACK COHAN
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicant
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
ELECT
An Able
Executive
SIDNEY H. ELLISON
TO
City Council
Paid poL *


fflDAYJUNEj,
1945
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PAGE FIFTEEN
BEACH COUNCIL ASPIRANTS
WILLIAM BURBRIDGE
.jHate who points with
I Vrt record is William
fhridw 59, now completing
jurbnoge, councilman.
""oAriJff^s first elected in
TO served continuously ex-
gtfS Jeriod. from 1939
1941
The councilman came to Ml-
rBeach 22 years ago from
"Ks depression years, and
aided in the city's rise to a
|S era of prosperity.
HERBERT A. FHINK
I Energetic Herbert A. Frink.
wh0 already has served six
rears as a councilman se^sre-
I Ltion on a broad platform that
I features development of a well-
I fanned business promotion pro-
file1'advocates a change in the
Iritv's publicity program, con-
Irtniction of a youth receation
center as a living war memorial,
rehabilitation of city streets and
construction of additional storm
and sanitary sewers. He favors
protection of zoning restrictions,
employment for the city's re-
turned servicemen, better street
lighting.
Owner and operator of the
Vann Cleaners, Frink, 42. has
fought for construction of a mu-
nicipal auditorium and city hos-
pital and purchase of oceanfront
property for public parks, all
recently authorized by freehold-
ers.
A resident of Miami Beach for
23 years, he won the highest
number of votes in the city's
history during his campaign four
years ago.
Frink is a member of the Elks,
Masons, Scottish Rite, Shriners,
Odd Fellows, Kiwanis and Mi-
ami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce. He lives with his
wife and two children at 1700
Jefferson Ave.
MAURICE KLEIN
Establishment of an advisory
council of business and civic
leaders to help returning vet-
erans is favored by Dr. Maurice
Klein, veteran of World War I
and pharmacist prominent in
civic affairs at Miami Beach.
Dr. Klein, 48, has twice served
as commander of the Miami
Beach American Legion post,
has headed the Jewish War Vet-
erans and Washington Ave.
Merchants' association. He is an
Elk, Mason, member of the
Knights of Pythias, Youth Ad-
visory Council of Miami Beach,
Beach "Y," B'nai B'rith and
served as chief air raid warden
for the beach.
He advocates more parks and
playgrounds, a public swimming
pool, building of a youth recrea-
tion center and establishment of
an advisory panel of civic and
business leaders to meet with
the city council.
Born in New York, Dr. Klein
was graduated from Fordham
university with a doctor's degree
in pharmacy. He lives with his
wife at 1521 Jefferson Ave. A
son, Gerald, is in the Army.
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
Pd. Pol. Adv.
JOHN M. LARIMER
Free lots for Miami Beach re-
turned servicemen and estab-
lishment of a port of entry at
the Beach are advocated by Dr.
John M. Larimer, candidate for
city council.
He urges increased publicity
for the city as a health resort
and convention city, to overcome
Latin-American competition.
The candidate would improve
sidewalks, streets and lighting,
ratify the police and firemen's
pension bill and secure an in-
terchangeable bus transfer sys-
tem. He would like to see a
housing project for lower brack-
et city workers.
Dr. Larimer, 35, was born m
Pittsburgh, Pa. He has practiced
at Miami Beach for six years,
and served as head of the Dade
County Society of Osteopaths,
the 41st St. Businessmen's as-
sociation and Miami Beach Men
association. He aslo heads the
Youth Recreation Advisory
council.
SAM GOLD
Sam Gold, who headed the
movement to keep rent control
in force on Miami Beach last
year, is still devoting much of
his time to activities as head of
the Miami Beach Tenants' Lea-
gue.
A beverage salesman. Gold
says he wants to make Miami
Beach a "suitable place for year-
round residents," hopes to spark
a program to help returning ser-
vicemen, wants to enlarge the
police force, increase number life
ELECT
SAM GOLD
The People's Champion
FOR
Your City Councilman
Insure Your Future and the Future of the Community
SPONSORED BY MIAMI BEACH TENANTS LEAGUE
guards, repair playground fa-
cilities, improve streets and pro-
vide better lighting for resi-
dential areas.
Formerly in sales promotion
and national advertising work,
Gold, 46, was born in Baltimore,
Md.
Gold is an Elk, member of the
Anglers club. Presidents' Round
Table, YMHA, B'nai B'rith. Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews and the Civic League.
. He lives with his wife at 737
Espanola Way.
BEACH APPEALS
FOR MORE BLOOD
An appeal is being made by
those in charge of the Miami
Beach permanent receiving sta-
tion of the Dade county blood
bank to the public to immedi-
ately donate blood.
The station is located at Mor-
ris Brothers department store,
Washington Ave., and donors
are urged to call starting Mon-
day. Rudy R. Adler, Beach chair-
man and director of the bank,
asks all donors to refrain from
eating breakfast. After they have
donoted blood refreshments will
be served, he said .
The demand for blood plasma
to fill the needs of the sick is
steadily increasing and every ef-
fort must be made by Miami
Beach residents to keep the sup-
ply ahead of the calls. Adler
urged.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
ASK AID FOR BLIND
The B'nai B'rith Women of
Sholem lodge are actively par-
ticipating in securing members
for the Miami Lighthouse for the
Blind. A letter has seen sent to
all of the members of the wom-
en's organization asking them to
join the ranks of the Lighthouse
membership.
The goal is 100 percent mem-
bership of B'nai B'rith Women
in the Lighthouse. Mrs. Sam Sil-
ver is chairman of this drive for
B'nai B'rith Women. A contri-
bution of $1 enrolls you as a
member of the Lighthouse for
one year, and may be sent to
Mrs. Silver c/o 120 S. E. 13th
St., Miami.
PERMIT ISSUED FOR
CARDIAC HOME
Permit was issued during the
week by the city for construc-
tion by the National Children's
Cardiac Home hospital at 4250
W. Flagler St. This will be a
concrete block stucco strucure
and the cost on the permit was
placed at $18,000.
LINCOLN ROAD ASSN.
ELECT TARADASH
William Taradash, of Tara-
dash Properties, Miami Beacn
real estate firm, was elected
president of the Lincon Road
Association, Inc., at the organi-
zation's recent annual meeting.
Other officers elected include
August Geiger, vice president;
Ben E. Bronston, secretary, and
F. Lowry Wall, treasurer. Guy
W. Ellis was continued as exe-
cutive vice president. Directors
chosen include Taradash, Geiger,
Bronston, Wall, Sam R. Becker,
Charles L. Clements, Moses
Ginsberg, Dr. Morris Goodman,
E. D. Keefer, Arthur Lindah and
Leonard Wein.
Paid pol. adv. fiuy More War Bondg
VOTE FOR

Your Former Associate*Judge
HAROLD B. SPAET
FOR -
CITY COUNCIL
JDC REPRESENTATIVE
MOVES FAST
Reuben Resnik, JDC man in
Italy, brought the first organized
relief to Bologna two days after
its iberation, setting up soup kit-
chens and distributing clothing.
He went on to Modena, Milan,
Genoa, Ferrara and other cities
in liberated northern Italy where
he found Jewish communities in
difficult straits. He states, how-
ever, that Jews in Italy will be
able to reestablish themselves
with less difficulty than most
other European Jewish com-
munities since their loss of life
was not as great. JDC allocates
$30,000 monthly for Jews in
southern Italy and has recently
appropriated $50,000 for liberat-
ed northern Italy.
SPEED-UP PROGRAM
The flow of JDC supplies to
Jews in Poland continues at a
stepped-up rate. About $800,000
worth of food, clothing and med-
icines are now en route. Weekly
shipment of approximately sixty
tons of supplies from Teheran to
Poland goes on. Epidemics there
have made necessary the ship-
ment of three 100-bed hospitals.
AUGUST BROS fty
^ Is the BEST.'
^
"The People's Champion"
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
Pd. Pol. Adv.
Practicing Attorney
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Miami Beach Council Candidates
JOHN H. LEVI
With nearly 27 years of ser-
vice as a member of the city
council behind him, Mayor John
H. Levi once again declines to
make any political promises as
he readies himself for the elec-
tion June 5.
Levi, who has become almost
a city hall institution since he
first became a councilman, in
1918, points to his past record,
but declines to make any com-
mitments.
A pioneer who helped dig Mi-
ami Beach out of the bay bot-
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the city was a mosquito-infest-
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He is credited with being the
first to interest the late Carl Q.
Fisher in coming here and in-
vesting more than $10,000,000 in
developing the resort.
He lives with his wife on
Star Island.
LOUIS F. SNEDIGAR
Four times mayor of Miami
Beach, Louis F. "Red" Snedigar
says he feels that his experience
qualifies him to return to the
council chambers of the city.
A practicing attorney for 15
years and a realtor since he re-
tired from law in 1930, Snedigar
seeks to fill the council post left
vacant by Val C. Cleary's deci-
sion not to stand for re-elec-
tion.
Snedigar has been a Dade
county resident for 31 years and
a qualified voter of Miami
Beach for 26 years. He likes to
recall that he was the city's
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mayor during the "boom, bust
A graduate of Stetson univers-
ity, he has two sons in the armed
forces. _
During the campaign he nas
been sparking a movement to
make voters conscious of the ne-
cessity for casting five votes and
eliminating the "single-shot ba-
Snedigar lives at 1912 Collins
Ave which has been his ad-
dress for 26 years.
H. L. PERDUE
Campaiging on a 12-plank
platform, H. L. "Pat' Perdue,
who resigned from the Miami
Beach police department to en-
ter the city council race, urges
establishment of a separate
county for the municipality.
He says he would like to see
rent regulations that are fair to
both tenants and landlords, every
possible tax reduction, better
streets and sidewalks, an ade-
quate pension system for all city
employes, more recreational fa-
cilities.
In addition, he favors improv-
ed street lighting, sanitation,
sewerage disposal and increased
city garbage collections. He
would like to promote Alton Rd..
41st St. and 71st St. as business
areas and see a Miami Beach
postmark cancelation on all mail
leaving the city.
A native Floridian, Perdue. 30,
owned and operated a fleet of
trucks serving construction jobs
at the Beach until the war. He
is a member of the Miami Beach
Elks lodge and lives with his
wife and son at 1774 West Ave.,
D. LEE POWELL
Promising to "continue to
sponsor progressive legislation,"
D. Lee Powell, realtor, is seeking
re-election to the council post he
has occupied for three years.
Powell has consistently en-
dorsed postwar projects calling
for construction of a muncipal
hospital, auditorium and off-
street parking area.
He is credited with playing a
leading role in the city's success-
ful effort to obtain revenue from
the Miami Beach Railway Co.
to compensate for wear on city
streets.
The councilman, born 47 years
ago in Ashland, Va., moved to
Miami Beach in 1923. A former
vice president and director of
the Miami Beach Board of Real-
tors, Powell has participated in
real estate and home buiding
business in Miami Beach for 22
years.
SIDNEY H. ELLISON
Constructive planning to fa-
cilitate postwar public and pri-
vate building is urged by Sid-
ney H. Ellison, supervising prin-
cipal of Miami Beach public
schools and a council candidate.
Ellison believes the city should
have trained personnel to sup-
ervise the anticipated building
boom.
He feels clear and concise in-
formation should be given to the
public on controversial issues
and urges protection of proper-
ty owners by practical zoning
laws. He wants a fair pension for
all city employes and mainten-
ance of seniority rating for mu-
nicipal workers. He hopes to pro-
mote a housing project so city
employes can afford to live on
the Beach, financed either by
the government or private in-
terests.
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PREPARATION
JDC representatives are get-
ting ready to move into Ger-
many to deal with almost total
devastation of Jewish life there
another reason why the pres-
ent JDC nation-wide campaign
is out for a minimum of $46,-
570,000 in 1945. All that one can
prophesy is that unprecedented
sums will be needed to meet un-
precedented situations.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps to
help preserve Democracy.
JEE^uJ
" People'. Cho^i.
SAM GOLD
FOR YOUR
MIAMI BEACH
COUNCILMAN
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ELECT
DR. MAURICE
KLEIN
YOUR
CITY
COUNCILMAN
FOR MIAMI BEACH
TUESDAY.
JUNE 5th, 1945
World War Veteran
Post War Problems
Our Immediate Needs
Td. Pol. Ad.
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