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The Jewish Floridian ( June 8, 1945 )

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t ^gwytUEIIiOjpidliiaun (>^w^ T H E JEWISH UNITY! o !" <& THE JEWISH WEEKLY VOLUME 18— NUMBER 23 IS OF Mill BEACH Councilman Herbert A. Frink was named mayor of Miami Beach Wednesday by members of the city council at a reorganization session following Tuesday's election, in which Frink placed high in a field of 12 candidates. Four incumbents, Frink, D Lee Powell. William Burbridge and John H. Levi, retiring mayor, were re-elected. Louis "Red" Snedigar also was named to the council. He will succeed Val Cleary, a county commissioner, who did not seek re-election to the city council. Remaining on the council as holdovers are Marcie Libefman and Ralph Pole. The latter was named vice mayor. Frink polled 4,071 votes; Powell, 3,384; Burbridge, 3,075; Snedigar, 3.068, and Levi, 2,982. The voters passed, 3,128 to 753, a provosed revision of the city employes' pension plan, and granted the council, by a narrow margin, the right to increase their own salaries from $1,800 a year to $3,000 a year under provisions of a recent legislative act. The council reappointed Claude A. Renshaw city manager, and Ben Shepard city attorney. It was a close race between tei, who has served 27 years city official, and Harry aikemick, attorney, who placed axth with 2,817 votesDr. Maurice Klein, came in seventh with 2,438 votes. Next jv order were Sidney Ellison, i5, Harold Spaet, 2,250; Sam Gold 2.078; Pat Perue, 1,454; w. John Larimer, 392. MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNF. B iq*s' PRESIDENT TO RETAIN JUDGE AS HIS COUNSEL Washington (JTA)—President ih,, m ?1 ann unced this week Uiat jjHg Samuel I. Rosenman vr\ fireed to remain another if nis special counsel. Judge to fh nm ?1 V s special counsel ? i ale President Roosevelt, ZJhi "-' s 'S n i in April, al!, he aRreed t0 remain temB LH' ,U1 Presid ent Truman £L lhat n Jnt months ine on p un,nan has been w rkandZ, P i' an relief Problems JM Mie punishment of war crimFROM KILLING CHARGE JDC, UPA. NRS AGREE ON REVIVAL^ OF UIA New York (WNS)—An agreement 6n the revival of the United Jewish Appeal has been reached this week between the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service, it was disclosed here by authentic sources who said official confirmation of the accord will be made when the contract is signed. Joseph Hyman, executive vicepresident of the JDC, admitted that negotiations leading to a compromise settlement had been taking place, but that no announcement could be expected until final details are worked ou and the contracts signed. It is understood that the President's War Relief Board brought about the accord when all other efforts to mediate or abitrate the differences failed. The UJA was dissolved, except in Greater New York City, in February, when the JDC and the UPA disagreed over the division of funds to be collected in 1945. The reported settlement provides that, after the NRS has received approximately $1,500,000 it needs to aid refugees in this country for the coming year, the balance of funds collected will be divided on a 57-43 per cent basis between, the other groups, with JDC receiving the larger share. No official confirmation could be secured from representatives of either of the disputant groups on terms of the reapproachment, but it is further understood that the Jewish National Fund, which conducts a separate campaign, will be permitted to make contributions to the UPA, while the JDC will be aided by "landsman shaften," groups resident in this country who came from Europe. CHOOSE FHUKEL AS PRESIDENT OF E FOR AGED Announcement is made of the unanimous selection of Mayer H. Frankel as president of the Jewish Home for the Aged to fill the vacancy created by the sudden death of Alfred B. Rosenstein. Mr Frankel has accepted the appointment, which was made by the board of directors ** %  --*< PRICE TEN CENTS ONE SUICIDE AT FORT ONTARIO SINCE START MAYER H. FRANKEL P S"and ,Zel and < JTA > frankfurtl b ewi| dered, David %  *e aftJr K e ? ped out of W ni "e year, in UVmg SDent abo1 al 'ng th P % pn x, on for assassinhei GusUoff 8 SS leader Wil ** in ni,"' whlle th e latter ^e rel ea av ^-, u a Swiss reportPaphS: te the Jewish Telethe erms P e S „' ne a ? un e nee hi mf. \ hls or Kinal 10 emieraio '^ was tol( ^tence he m?.i x hls on Knl ^ as soon st leave Switzerf ut "I Stan ? S condi tins perH and trv lcave SwitzerE a eoSntw ^K Start life a !" fe and ^.^"^e People can ^sted," h k „. Wlt T hout being 7 Wof d of hi, a f d ? e has "ad _J^ion^ofYu goslavia g5& ^W flag. lotion of ,hl he A histor y and fe& 4 andV* the Viki ". fit" 01 Swi^ 8 "?' Holland <*ico. ow eden, R ussia an( j CONFERENCE ACTS ON HUMAN RIGHTS AGENCY AT FRISCO San Francisco (JTA) — The proposal to establish a Commission on Human Rights, advocated by Jewish and non-Jewish consultants to the U. S. delegation, was adopted this week by the Committee on Social and Economic Cooperation of the United Nations Conference. National and international civic groups will be enabled to cooperate with the commission, but will have to first consult their respective governments, it was pointed out after adoption of the proposal. An amendment introduced by the Egyptian delegates providing for joint trusteeships over certain areas by more than one state was adopted by the trusteeship committee without any dissenting votes. The amendment would pave the way for Egypt, or any other Arab state, to petition the world security organization, at some later date, to allow it to share the trusteeship over Palestine with Great Britain(Speaking this week at a dinat a recent meeting, and received a pledge of loyalty and support from the entire group. Mr. Frankel, civic leader, comes to this post with a background of efficiency and experience, having been one of the founders and builders of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, serving as first president and now honorary life president. His outstanding qualifications have won for him an enviable place in the Jewish community of Greater Miami, which he served over a period of years. One of the first acts of the new president was the calling of a meeting of the general membership for Monday at 8:30 p. m. at the Home, 335 S. W. 12th Ave. At that time, plans for the future will be formulated and the outline for an early dedication of the Home discussed Members are urged to attend, and all interested men and women are invited. Washington (JTA)—There has been one suicide at the Fort Ontario refugee shelter at Ontario, N. Y., and four residents have been transferred to mental institutions since its establishment last August, it was revealed here by Dillon Myer, director of the war Relocation Authority which operates the shelter. Mr Myer's statement was issued in commenting on a petition of the Oswego Citizen's Advisory Committee urging that the 984 refugees be allowed to become American citizens, if they so desire, or be given an opportunity to return to their homelands as soon as possible. The petition, which will probably be presented to Congress this week, made the following recommendations: "1. The refugees who would, except for their present peculiar circumstances, be eligible under our existing immigration quotas should be permitted, should they so desire, to become citizens of the United States." "2. Those who desire to return to their homeland, or any portion of the world, should be given the opportunity as soon as conditions permit." Acknowledging that the refugees had agreed to return to their native countries after the war, the committee said, "it does not seem fair to enforce commitments which are inhumane and which are accepted only in desperation. Regardless of what they signed," the committee continued, "they cannot all go back to their homelands, for, in some cases, these have been destroyed and approximately one-third have been deprived of citizenship in the countries of their origin." ARE ABROGATED BY CZECH LEADERS FIELD AGENT OF DADE SAFETY COUNCIL HERE (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) FLAG DAY INSPIRED BY LATE BENJ. ALTHEIMER Although there are many claimants to the distinction of being the father of Flag Day, the late Benjamin Altheimer, New York and St. Louis philanthropist and a Ben B'rith, is credited with having inspired the first observance in St. Louis on June 14, 1812Through the efforts of Senator Spencer, of Missouri, who had been interested in Flag Day by Altheimer, President Wilson issued the first national Flag Day proclamation in R. B. Leopold, field representative for the National Safety Council, is in Miami to assist the Dade County Safety Council with the safety campaign now under- wayHe arrived Monday to spend a week here working with the council. While here he is addressing various clubs and meeting with Miami and county industrialists to discuss the organization and program of the local Safety Council, which is affiliated with the national group. The Dade County Safety Council is now operating on a permanent basis, under the direction of Thomas A. Gunn, business manager, with headquarters at the Central school building, 275 N. W. Second St., Miami. The organization is working to reduce the high accident toll that costs the county each year 180 lives and $6,000,000 in loss. Prague (JTA)—A deceee issued here by President Eduard Benes of Czechoslovakia invalidates all Nazi-forced deals and provides the foundation for the return of Jewish property to the rightful owners, although very few Jewish survivors remain to claim it. The full text of the decree, carried in local newspapers, says that "all contracts, transactions, judicial decisions regarding mobile or immobile private or public property are invalid, if undertaken after Sept. 27, 1938. under pressure of occupation, or political, or racial or national persecution." The Czechoslovak government is greatly perturbed over the anti-Jewish and Fascist conditions still prevailing in Slovakia and is planning measures to remedy the situation. It realizes that seven years of a fascist regime in Slovakia, which intimately collaborated with the Nazi government, has left a grave heritage, and a stupendous educational task faces the government in order to revive the democratic spirit in liberated Slovakia. FEDERATION HELD L AT BEApNTEH Several hundred people were present at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation held at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, with Monte Selig presiding. Rabbi Irving Lehrman gave the invocation, and was followed by the Bialak Singing Society of the Bureau of Jewish Education. Under the direction of Cantor Emanuel Barkan and with Miss Edith, Freeman as accompanist, the group presented a program of Jewish music. Mrs. Max Dobrin. read the minutes of last year's meeting, followed by a financial report read by Dr. Frank Coret. A report by the president followed. Report of Federation's 1945 campaign was read by George Chertkof. Stanley C Myers and Irving K. Furst reported on the Committee on Community Needs. Joseph Rose, executive director addressed the gathering and Isaac Levin made his report on the nominating committee, which he served as chairman, following the election of officers and board members, awards were made to past presidents, and benediction was delivered by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Chose to serve Federation for the coming year were: Max **?£"* President; Jacob Sfaer, William D. Singer, Joseph R. Stein, Carl Weinkle and Stanley C. Myers, vice presidents; M. J Kopelowitz, secretary; and George Chertkof. treasurer. Sam Blank is honorary president and (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) SAYS BRITISH EXCLUDE JEWS FROM MEETING London (JTA)—The charge that the British Government, appeasing the Arabs, facilitated the presence of Arab delegations at San Francisco, but excluded Jewish representation there, was made this week by Harold Laski, noted economist and a leader of the British Labor Party, in a statement to the Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Mr. Laski also predicted that the present British policy may lead to "a transfer of the scene of Jewish massacre from Central Europe to the Middle East." ANNUAL $5 USE STAMP ON SALE TOMORROW Bucharest (JTA)—The death sentences imposed on May 23 on twenty-nine war criminals, including several responsible for the massacre of tens of thousands of Jews in Transnistria, were commuted to life imprisonment this week by King Michael. The annual $5 federal auto use tax stamps go on sale June 9C. R. Cave, deputy internal revenue collector, reminded motorists that they have until June 30 to procure the stamps, which must be displayed on the windshield. The stamps are on sale in the post office and in the internal revenue office, room 353, fedreal building. COMMITTEE TO HAVE SERIES OF Y MEETINGS Abe Kurman, chairman of the Town "Y" Membership Campaign, has announced that a series of meetings is being planned for the Membership Campaign of the Town "Y." The Membership Campaign Planning Committee met at the "Y" and outlined the policies of the campaign. The campaign will start on Wednesday evening, June 20th, with a cocktail party at the "Y" with Leo Ackerman and Bill Singer as hostsAt this time, prospect cards will be distributed to the captains and teams. Membership soliciations will be made until July 4 when a victory rally will be held at the Those present at the Campaign Planning Committee meeting, in addition to the chairman, were Mina Lavine, Ted Sakowitz, George Chertkof, Bill Singer, Leo Ackerman, Max Jacobskind, Sam Miller, Nat Blumberg, M J. Kopelowitz, B. A. Sterling and Joe Rose. The first American flag planted in the city of Algiers at the start of the North African invasion was carried by Corp Hyman I. Shakin of New York. CV #• % 



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PAGE TWO *Jen is tfieriJiar? %  4 m t '. PERSONALS Mrs. Max Kupferstein has returned after spending several weeks in New York. Mrs H. Growman, 1627 N. W. 1st St. left this week to join her husband and daughter in i New York where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S W. 24th Ten, has her brother Joseph H. Optner of Chicago, as a house guest. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green will leave June 7 for a four week's visit in New York and New Jersey with their children and friends. Mr. Green is executive secretary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. Miss Ruth Brotman has left for Detroit to appear in a concert there. Enroute she will sing | for servicemen at the Percy Jones hospital, Battle Creek, Mich., an dat other USO centersMiss Brotman's mother, Mrs. N. Brotman, of Montreal, who spent the winter here with her daughter, also left for Detroit to attend the Bar Mitzvah of her grandson. Asher Weisman. Listen to our radio program "Fashion Time" over WIOD each weekday, 8:30 to 8:45 A. M. Ya-De Moth-proofing Liquid S045 Li quart Odorless and very effective is this new wonder liquid. Just spray it on your clothing, floor coverings, furniture, blankets and be assured that for five whole years (backed by a guarantee) not a moth will bother them! Pint $1.25 Hall Gallon, $4.75 Gallon. $9 MIAMI STORE. NOTIONS, SECOND HIJOOR PERSONALS Mr and Mrs. Louis Nathan are in Cincinnati visiting with a relative, Mrs. Joseph B. Filgen whose husband is on duty with the armed forces in Belgium. Philip Emmet, son of Mr and Mrs. Dave Emmer. left for a I month's stay in New York June 3, Philip, who graduated lrom Miami Beach Senior high school this year, will enter C.eorgia Tech "on July 2. Rabbi and Mrs. Saul B. Appelbaum left Monday evening for the North. While away, they | will visit with friends and relatives in Chicago. Cleveland and New York, returning here July 15 Rabbi Appelbaum serves as spiritual head at Temple Israel. Anvuta Melicov presented the last of her series of pupils' recit! als Sund.iv m her home studio, j 1045 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach. leaving for a three months vacation in the no rth. %  BIRTHS FRIDAY, JU NE 8, 1945 BRISM Brism for the sons ofM^ Mrs. Louis Teplitz, Mr and Mw Ralph Gold, Mr. and M? s Eftton Liebert, took place this ni with Rabbi S. M. Machtei P o ficiating. w UNVEILING The unveiling of a moiium^t" to the memory .of the late Mor. ris Plant will take place Sunday June 10, at 2 p. m. in the Tern' pie Israel section of Woodlawn cemetery. Dr. Jacob H. Kaolan will officiate. All friends are asked to attend Announcement is made this week of the engagement of Miss Edith Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Freeman. 1764 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, to Cpl. Alvin Lieberman. son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Lieberman. of St Paul, Minn. Miss Freeman graduated from the Juilliard School of Music and has been active in local musical circles. She is at present a member of the faculty at Miami Edison high school. Cpl. Lieberman is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. The marriage is expected to take place this month. Eddie Cantor. I. J. Fox, New York merchant: Harry Kastenbaum, of Rockford, 111., and the late Benjafin Altheimer, all members of B'nai B'rith, are among the 40 men and women who have received the rare honor of life membership in the Order of the Flag, the legion of I honor of the United States Flag 1 AssociationDr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Arvan. 129 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter. Aiiene Lynn, May 26 in St. Francis hospital. Dr. Arvan. a dentist in New York for ten years before coming here, has recently been discharged after 29 months of duty with the armed forces and has taken up his practice on the Beach. The former Hortense Landcsman. Mrs. Arvan was wellknown in local musical circles before her marriage. UNVEILING Services for the Unveiling of a Memorial to the Memory of MORRIS PLANT will take place Sunday, June 10th, at 2 P. M. Temple Israel Section Woodlawn Park Mr. and Mrs. Morton Moses, 353 Grand Concourse, Miami Shores, announce the birth of a son. Michael Alan. June 2 at St. Francis hospitalMr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel, Miami Beach, announce the birth of a daughter, Marjorie C at Jackson Memorial Hospital, on June 5th. Dr. and Mrs A. Lester Stepner announce the birth of a son Stephen Avery, May 16 at St. Francis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Isen. 5120 Cherokee Ave., Miami Beach, are the parents of a son born last week in Washington, D. £.. At ceremonies April 30 in Brooklyn, N. Y., the former Selma Nagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nagle of Jamaica. N. Y.. became the bride of S 1/c Frederick A Friedman, USNR, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Friedman, of 2340 S. W. 25th Ave., Miami. Grandparents of the groom are Mr. and MrsMorris Dubler, pioneer Miamians. SISTERHOOD HEAD HOSTESS TO BOARD Mrs. Harry Genet, vice president of the Sisterhood of Congregation Beth Jacob was hostess to members of the board at a luncheon at her home, 1936 Michigan Ave. on Wednesday last. Guests included MrsJack Hirsch, Mrs. Rose Hayes, Mrs. Samuel M. Grundwerg. Mi's. Anno Berow, Mrs. Sam Schachno, Mrs. Maurice Mamches. Mrs. Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Anna Berger. DR. MAX PEPPER HAVING RETURNED FROM MILITARY SERVICE ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE AT 407 Ingraham Building PRACTICE LIMITED TO INTERNAL MEDICINE OFFICE PHONE 2-5 657 Freedom of speech does not mean careless talk! MONAHAN'S ONE-STOP AUTO SERVICE 2160 S W. 8th Street Hours 8 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sundays 9 to 3 PHONE 3-8266 Glfour^ ti ^= FOR FRYING AKING COOKING *£2 Store ROHANS PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Dealers in Pratt & Lambert's Paints & Varnishes Full Line of HARDWARE .. Mechanical Tools Garden and Electrical Supplies MORRIS ROHINSKY, Owner 4106 ROYAL PALM AVENUE MIAMI BEACH ^ 5-2026 Miss Suzanne Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davis, 253 S. W. 66th Ave., became the bride of S/Sgt Isidore Ratthaus at ceremonies Wednesday at the home of Rabbi Max Shapiro. A buffet supper at the Davis home followed the service. Attending Miss Davis was Miss Joyce Stollmack Best man was Seaman Marvin Apte. Sgt. Ratthaus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Ratthaus, 650 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, has recently returned from 20 month's duty in the European theatre. After a 30-day furlough here, he will go to Ft. McPherson, Ga., for reassignment. Mrs. Ratthaus will reside with her parents for the presentDr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Simon April officiated at the wedding Sunday evening of Miss Elyse Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Newman, of this city, and Seymour Gladstone, BM 1/c, at Temple IsraelFollowing the elaborate ceremony, a buffet dinner and dance was held in Kaplan hall. The couple plan to reside in Banana River, Fla., where the groom is stationed, following a honeymoon in California. DELTA PHI EPSILON ENTERTAIN MISS ROSE Entertained by local members of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority while on a visit here was Miss Charlotte Rose, of Jacksonville, southern regional president of the group. Affairs included a dinner at the home of Miss Gerne Greenberg, also a member of the national executive council; a tea in the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority room at the University of Miami; a dinner party at the San Juan restaurant; and a buffet supper at the home of Mrs. Ethyl Gerson, Coral G;ibles. At that time Miss Rose witnessed the installation of newly-elected officers of the local Omega chaDter, conducted by outgoing regina Natalie Frankel. Talk can defeat— Silence assure victory! l^ncoLq US LMLtAN llJr MIAMI RACH OWN 1.43 >. M. The first American flag raised on Saipan was carried by Marine Corps Sgt. Morris Becker of Chicago, who was later killed in action at Iwo Jima. THIS SUMMER... th* (Btmcktmm £"/"/ COMPLETE WINTER LUXURIES AT LOW SUMMER RATES. PX.IVATE POOL-UIANM-MARINE DECK TROPICAL GARDENS • PATIO iO ROOMS* BATHS %BLRCI[ST0nC *w MOUNT NEBO THE CEMETERY OF DISTINCTION FOR DISCRIMINATING FAMILIES Rabbi S. M. Machtei. Director Olympia Building Phone 3 "These Shining Hours" RADIO PROGRAM .. WKAT AT 2:15 P. M. EACH SUNDAY BEGINNING APRIL 29TH SPONSORED BY Palmer Funeral Home "A FRIEND IN NEED" PHONE 9-2664 2008 W. FLAGLER SisxfeS2&S3i



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FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945 BEACH COMMITTEE BUYS MOVIE TICKETS 13 000 movie tickets have been ..Phased by the Miami Beach SStee and distributed to servK '.,„ stationed on Miami Bff according .to the May reSrt of the committee made pubK today by Dr Morris Goodman, chairman of the Merchants C The"prcsentation of gifts as nrizes at various army affairs rnnlinucs. The report further SSoscs that 200 tickets to, the rircus were bought and distributed among the four army commands on Miami Beach. The SsrJicemen secured the circus and movie tickets from the office of cp ec ial Services of the Miami Beach Service Base, Army Air Forces Redistribution Station 2, Army Ground and Services Forces ai.d the AAF Convalescent Hospital Unit. Over 225 Beach merchants participate in the various phases of the Hospitality program carried on by the committee. In addition, thirty restaurants and hotel dining rooms continue to extend courtesp dinners to members of the Armed Forces. RULES GIVEN FOR GAS APPLICATIONS \ It is anticipated that numerous applications for occupational mileage under the new "B" ceiling will be received by the local War Price and Rationing Boards after June 11. The processing of these applications will take time and with the limited help available at the board there will un*Jenisfiflcr/dHarj PAGE THREE doubtedly be a delay in these issuances. In order to facilitate the board in determining the need of the applicant, Wesley Bunce, the acting chairman, has announced that they will require all applicants to attach to their application a letter on the letterhead of the business involved setting forth the duties of the applicant and the mileage required to cover these duties signed by the applicant's immediate superior. If the applicant has no immediate superior, a letter will be required on his own letterhead setting forth this same information. It is hoped that the public will cooperate to the extent of seeing that all applications for occupational mileage after June 11 will be accompanied by a letter described above. It is requested that each applicant use all of his present gasoline currency before applying for increased mileage. Government Agencies Praised For Aid to Jewish Relief New York (JTA)—Revealing that sinc e Pearl Harbor more than $1,000,000,000 had been contributed by the American people for local social services, welfare of the armed forces and overseas relief and rehabilitation, Isidore Sobeloff, president of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare, gave high praise to the cooperation of governmental and quasigover-nmental agencies in the field of overseas relief and rehabilitation work of Jewish voluntary agencies. DR. KAPLAN PRESIDENT OF RABBINICAL ASSN. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan is now serving his 7th consecutive term as president of the Florida State Rabbinical Association. Dr Kaplan was chosen at the annual state meeting in Tampa last month. Jerusalem (JTA)—Buildings of an ancient city called Beth Yerbach, which was, apparently, a prosperous market town of Palestine about 2,500 years ago, have been uncovered on the southwestern shore of the Sea of Galile in northern Palestine, it is reported in Davar. An expedition led by Dr Benjamin Maisler and Dr. Moshe Stekolis of the Hebrew University has been excavating on the site since last winter, with funds supplied by the Jewish National Fund. Buy More War Bonds. WAR LOAN AMERICANS! 9th nece6&aAyfot)faotycuid )%cfou/ carit Wait! 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. %etyoaJi doffaMfight-Back the MIGHTY SEVENTH DADE COUNTY'S QUOTA IS $27,746,000.00 YOUR QUOTA IS ALL YOU CAN POSSIBLY BUY 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 B'NAI B'RITH LODGE JEWISH SOLDIER FIRST TO MEET TUESDAY EVE TO RAISE FLAG ON JAPS B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge will hold its June meeting on Tuesday, at 8 p. m., in Beth David Synagogue. The auxiliary will hold its regular meeting on the same night in the synagogue. A thoughtless remark Can set the spark Let's keep the enemy In the dark! 101 E. FLAGLER ST. MIAMI 30. FLORIDA TleFiFstlatioiialBank of Miami EDWARD C. ROMFH. President LAURENCE ROMFH. 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PAGE FOUR vJewisMcridian FRIDAY. JUNE 8, %  • r: The Jewish Floridian Plant and Main Offices, 21 S. W. Second Avenue, Miami. Fla. P. O. Box 2973 phone 2 1141 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 FRED K. SHOCH ET, Managing Editor Six Months, $1.00 Subscription—1 Year, $2.00 MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945 SIVAN 27, 5705 VOLUME 17 NUMBER 23 HOUSE BILL 232 House Bill 232 has become law. The Governor of the State of Florida signed into law a measure that will make history for the state and establish a precedent for the South. The bill creates "an act making it unlawful to print or publish any publication or printed matter which tends to expose any individual or religious group to hatred, contempt, or ridicule, unless the true name and address of the person causing the same to be printed or published be printed or written thereon." The new law has far reaching import. Too long have unscrupulous individuals and groups been able to disseminate in vicious presentations this hate-mongering, smelly type of scurrilous printed matter. With no fear of detection and without the courage to disclose themselves as the source, ridicule and hate venom have been injected upon group and individual. This cloak of anonymity has made it difficult for those exposed to defend and fight back these ruthless bearers of ill will. The law will not completely eliminate this practice. It has sufficient teeth to make it very uncomfortable for anyone afraid to come out in the open with tactics of this type. Much credit is due those drafting the measure. The law emanated horn and was prepared by the Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League. The director and his committee spent much effort in guiding its passage and gaining the necessary support to see the measure through both houses and into the Governor's hands The ADL office can be proud of this success. It is but one of many worthwhile endeavors it has projected in the public relation field. In activity of this nature, publicity is not sought. It is proper to give credit where due. "Hats off to the ADL for this splendid piece of work." IN THE MAIL BOX CLASS MEMBERS TO AID IN EXERCISES June 4, 1945. Dear Editor: I was born in Switzerland and reared in Germany and am thus known as a German JewessI have chosen American as Graduation exercises for the Sunday School of the Schaarei Zedek Talmud Torah of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place Sunday, June 10, at the Talmud Torah, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., under the direction of Rabbi Simon April. the country of which I would be | Services will begin promptly at most proud to become a citizen, j 8:15 pm. I am now, and have been, a Those graduating are Bernard citizen of the United States for about a year and a half. America opened her door and Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Ross; Morton Erstling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Erstling; her heart to the oppressed peoi Bertram B. Moss, son of Mr. and pies of Europe, and now that we are here, we find that we are still oppressed by our fellow Jews. We are continually told, by people whose ancestors had the foresight to come to American years ago, that we are f|reigners or refugees and do not have the right to express thoughts. I would like to impress on your readers that we are all Jews, and whether from Europe or America, must all work together, not separately, in order to survive. As I said before, I am proud to be an American citizen and do not feel that I should be shunned by other Jews, whose parents alone had the foresight to come to America years ago. Please bring this to the attention of our American Jews, and impress upon them that survival of the Jews depends upon unity of the Jews, whether born in America or Europe! Respectfully yours, T. S. A Refugee (but an American Citizen). CONFERENCE ADOPTS PROPOSAL OF RIGHTS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ner at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in honor of Prince Abdul-Ilah, Regent of Iraq. William Philips, assistant to the Secretary of State, expressed the U. S. Government's approval of the League of Arab States and predicted that it would not only benefit each member state, but would enable them to participate in important tasks facing the United Nations. Stressing the importance the U. S. places on strengthening friendship with the Arab states, Mr. Phillips disclosed plans to develop airlines which will bring cities of the United States and the Arab world within 48 hours of each other.) Meanwhile, American, Russian and British experts were seeking of the so-called "Palestine ing of the so-calle "Palestine clause'* in the trusteeship agreements, the elimination of which was asked by the Soviet delegation, which apparently fears that the clause might be interpreted so as to "freeze" the status of the peoples in mandated areas and prevent their eventual independence. Commander Harold Stassen, speaking for the U, S. delegation, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that the delegation will not agree to the Soviet request that the disputed paragraph be dropped, but it may agree to a change in its wording so long as it guarantees that the status of the mandated from the League of Nations to the trusteeship system which will be established by the United Nations Conference"We do not advocate any rights that do not exist in the League of Nations' mandates," he said. Without mentioning the word "Palestine," he expressed confidence that all matters pertaining to the peoples in the mandated territories will be solved satisfactorily to all. Other delegates also indicated that while language changes in the disputed paragraph are expected, the substance and overall intention of the paragraph will remain. JUDITH WOLPERT WINS HIGH SCHOOL HONORS "Taking over," at the graduation exercises of the Miami Senior high school last Friday evening, was Miss Judith Wolpert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolpert. The young lady, former Miami Daily News school columnist, was awarded two cups and a scholarship to Wellesley College She served as valedictorian of her class—and received the Delta Zeta cup for being the girl with the highest average, and the Sigma Kappa cup as the school's "best all-around girl." Mrs. Edward A. Moss; Sanford Ofsowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs Morris Ofsowitz; Marcia Hannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hannon; Larraine Shirley Jacobskind, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobskind; Judith Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Black; Marcia Maxine Baum, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Joe Baum; Irene Kestenbaum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kestenbaum; and Rosalyn Frank, daughter of Mrand Mrs. David A. Frank. Each member of the class will participate in the evening's program, and a musical presentation has been arranged. A reception will follow the ceremonies tendered to the graduates and their guests by the auxiliary. Mrs. Simon April was in charge of the class during the past year. B'NAI BTUTH REPORTS LARGE BOND SALES CARDIAC HOME TO HOLD PARTY MONDAY MISS JUDITH WOLPERT -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE 1945 yjtAktfq eongidentUd -By PHINEAS I. BIRONDade Chapter. National Children's Cardiac Home, will hold a card party and afternoon of t ames Monday, June 11 at the lackstone Hotel, Washington Ave., Miami Beach, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Gertrude Wechsler and her committee have arranged a pleasant afternoon and invites members and their friends. Refreshments will be served". Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the 7th War Loan Drive Committee of B'nai B'rith reports the sale of $650,00 of War Bonds to dateMrs. Sam Goldman, chairman of the women's division reports that her committee has thus far sold $100,000 of War Bonds. In addition to manning booths a telephone committee under the direction of Mrs. Matilda Rosenthal is active in obtaining bond subscriptions. Keep your ears open Also your eyes Down through the years You'll grow wise! The class leader was editor of the "Miami," senior yearbook, news editor of the "Times," student newspaper, member of the National Honor society, president of the National Forensic league, was Miami high's representative at the Southern District Student Congress of the Forensic league and was elected state senator to go to the league's national convention in Washington. Judith will leave in two weeks for Camp Burgiss-Glen in Cedar Mountain, N. C. where she will act as a counsellor for the summer In the fall she will enter Wellesley to major in political science and Spanish. Buy More War Bonds. STORY OF THE WEEK ... Walter Winchell told it, and it should be read by e American concerned about the democratic way of lii e V6r f happened near a Fire Island beach recently, says Walter A plane flew low and suddenly soomed into a dive and d" appeared into the Atlantic .The pilot's body could not 1* found Residents of the summer village helped in the search but in vain ... But a wing of the plane was thrown high on th beach, as were some of the pilot's personal effects $o photographs, a folded bit of paper citing the pilot for brave 16 in action in the South Pacific And some one found 2 wallet, with his name—Lt. B. E. Goldstein It lay a ston throw from a signpost which reads: "You are now enterinq Sen 8 view, a restricted community." YOU SHOULD KNOW .. One of these days we shall have to look into the affairs of a certain office located at 42nd Street, New York Recently that office syndicated "Extracts from Remarks on the Problem of the Jewish Race" by a writer named Alice A. Bailey y/e did not like these "remarks" one bit We shall report further on Miss Bailey Secretary Morgenthau is fighting for the Yalta agreement providing for the use of German prisoners in the rebuilding of destroyed properties in the Soviet Union He is encountering strong opposition frqrn State Department quarters Professor A. S. Yehuda, who is attending the San Francisco Conference as a member of the Zionist Revisionist delegation of observers, is unquestionably the greatest authority on Arab affairs at that international confab There is not incidentally, a crumb of truth in the rumors that Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver will accept the presidency of the Revisionist World Zionist Organization. LITERARY DEPARTMENT ... How come some of our favorite editors are overlooking one of the most significant features ever offered the Anglo-Jewish press? We refer to the exquisite English translation of Mendele's Yiddish masterpiece "The Travels of Benjamin the Third" The papers using this serial are reporting an enthusastic family reaction "War Is a Headache," by Louis Yale Borkon, a slender and unpretentious volume, is something you'll enjoy reading Borkon, publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Jewish Leader, has written his book in the form of thirty letters from Louie, a Jeyish immigrant, to Charlie, his soldier brother in the U. S. Army ... A vivid book that is both witty and penetrating ... In case you've been wondering, we can tell you that a major biographical work on the late Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis is in the making The author is the husband of Brandeis' daughter, Susan Gilbert Novel ist Howard Fast is looking forward to competition from within his own family ... A new novel to be published soon, entitled "Watchful at Night," is by his brother, Sgt. Julius Fast Varian Fry, who helped rescue so many refugees from France early in the European war, reports that the most difficult of the jobs he undertook was the rescue of novelist Franz Werfel .. "I even had to carry a large part of the manuscript of The Song of Bernadette' across the Pyrenees myself," says Mr. Fry, who recounts some of his adventures in his recently published book "Surrender on Demand." MUSICAL NOTES Some years ago violinist Nathan Milstein acquired a beautiful Stradivarius, which, however, he didn't use in his concerts ... In fact, he took a vow that he wouldn't play it until after the defeat of Hitler ... So now he's planning to use that priceless fiddle at his future performances Composer Robert Stolz (he's not Jewish, by the way) prepared for recent events as long ago as 1938 That's when he composed a piece he called "Hitler's Funeral March"—and now he's looking forward to giving it its first public performance The Victor record people are celebrating the issuing of their thousandth Red Seal album—and you'll be interested to know that it's a recording of "Boris Godounoff" in Russian, starring basso Alexander Kipnis. ABOUT PEOPLE The exhibit of 22 canvases by Emanuel Romano, son of the late sculptor Enrico Glicenstein, at the Lilienfeld Galleries in New York is attracting national attention His painting "Warsaw Ghetto" is described as "at once monumental, passionate and spiritual" ... In the case you've been wondering what Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman is doing while the ex-Governor keeps busy with the UNRRA, we can tell you that she works as a nurse's aide in a Washington hospital Arlene Meyer has been appointed assistant secretary of the Jewish Pan-American Committee, a body furthering closer interrelationship between the Jewish communities of Latin American countries • • WjJ J. Smith, one of the topnotch commercial airline pilots, spends his leisure composing popular tunes You'll be glad to know that Louis goes to shul quite regularly ... Lee Kalech, 21-yearold assistant to theatrical producer Billy Rose, is an unusual girl She has many duties, but her real job is to keep every member of the cast in good humor Billy is so much in* pressed with Lee that he is considering starring her ina^pwy Fumigation — Moth Proofing — Termite Control Extermination — Mildew Proofing — Rodent Control HOUSE CLOSING? CERTAINLY IT IS OUB SPECIALTY BUG BUSTERS, Inc. Fully Bonded—Licensed Insured Operators Miami Beach. 121 5th St. Ft. 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jBlDAY.JUNLL^iPROMINENT RABBI WILL S SPEAKING TOUR ^Jewisl, noridictn Lehrman will ,^ e b Miami Sunday evening for l 6 tlo week's speaking tour l a „>H bv the National ConiCeJf Christians and Jews. gf£p is part o f the organizaRABBI IRVING LEHRMAN „.i s national army program of (locating servicemen to win the leace. Appearing as one of a trio, the tlher two members a Catholic fcriest and a Protestant minister, Rabbi will address thousj of servicemen at various ny installations. The program J start June 11 at Camp Gorlon. Augusta, Ga., and will be (included on June 24. APT. TO SHARE Lady, all alone, wants to share cool five-room apartment Miami with another lady or pie. Call mornings 48-2139. MIAMI FURRIERS WILL OPEN NEW FUR SALON S. J. Destro, manager of Miami Furriers, Inc.. announces the formal opening of his new fur salon at 33 N. W. 1st St. An elaborate collection of fine fur pieces and coats are on display —many designed for the occasion by Mr. Destro, with his coworker, Miss Gerran, a former dress designer in Chicago I. Ungar, who once worked with Bergman of Vienna, will have charge of the tailoring department. The most modern furrier methods will be employed in remodeling, dyeing, and cleaning furs, and the salon will specialize in fur storage. BETH JACOB SCHOOL HAS SPE CIAL COURSE The Beth Jacob Religious school, 311 Washington Ave.. has this week inaugurated a special fifteen week summer course for all children of elementary school age. Classes convene for one hour daily, Monday through Friday, with a special class for beginners from 11 to noon. Teachers are Cantor Maurice Mamches and Mrs. Rebecca Kelemer. All children of elementary school age are invited to register and attend. JOINT BOARD MEETING OF Ys ON MON DAY EVE A joint meeting of the boards of directors of the Town Y and the Beach Y will be held on Monday evening, June 11, at the Beach Y. At this meeting, Matthew Penn, field secretary of the southern section* of the National Jewish Welfare Board, will present his report of the community survey which he conducted several months ago. Another guest will be Dr. Moses H. Chaseman, newly appointed director of the Jewish Center Division of the National Jewish Welfare Board, who is making his first visit here. 'Orchid Beauty Shoppe NOW UNDER MANAGEMENT OF FANNY RICH "THE SHOP FOR DISCRIMINATING WOMEN" ) Featuring Bonat Cold Wave ( HELEN CURTIS COLD WAVE RILLING KOOLER WAVE COMPLETE BEAUTY CULTURE Tuesday and Thursday Evenings by Appointment 639 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3558 [June Brides a lifetime of remembrance A WEDDING ALBUM WITH CANDID SHOTS OF ALL THE WEDDING ACTIVITIES SAM DIAMOND —PHOTOGRAPHY PHONE 2-8212 ._ DlNE >N COMFORT AT THE S R A N D RESTAURANT ... *vashin"*v -• AIR CONDITIONED Anno ADELINE LITTMAN AND JENNIE SETDEN >unce they are now open for the eighth season of the DUNCRAGGAN INN Situated in th beautiful Blue Ridge P 0Rs Mountains of Hendersonrille B ACK RIDING, SWIMMING. GOLFING. TENNIS or retentions and further information n HendersonriUo 9132 or write Box 1029 PAGE FIVE ICOR COMMITTEE WILL GIVE CONCERT JUNE 10 Celebrating 11 years of autonomy in Biro-Bidjan and 10 years publication of "Nailebn" the Greater Miami Icor committee will hold a concert Sunday M 8 p m. in Beth David congregation. hn A .h Pe ^ rin g on J he P^m will t>e the Turkevich brothers, playing the violin and piano, and vocalist Rose Arons. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Irving K. Furst, of Federation will bring greetings. Morris Holtman will be guest ROSENSTEIN SERVICES HELD LAST FRIDAY Funeral services for the late i re S • Ros enstein were held last Friday afternoon at River* side Memorial Chapel, with an over-flow gathering present. Kabbi Irving Lehrman conducted services, assisted by Cantor Emanuel Barkan. Delivering eulogies on behalf of the community were Rabbi Max Shapiro and Monte Sehg, president of Federation. FRIDAY. JUNE 8: Women's Division, American Jewish Congress, Friday Review, 1:30 p. m. MONDAY, JUNE 11: Miami Service league meeting. Town "Y," 8:15 p. m.; Hadassah regulifr meeting, 2 p. m.; Bureau of Jewish Kducatlon Board of Directors meeting. Federation office, 1002 Congress Bldg., 8 p. m.; National Children's Cardiac Home, card and mah jongg party, 1 p. m. TUESDAY, JUNE 12: ...SlT?. 1 ,J 'r'th STiolem Dodge, 8 p. m. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13: Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692, executive committee meeting, 8:30 p. m. 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PAGE SIX fJewistncridlar .' .. %  %  FASHION DECREES TIGHTER BELTS Fashion notes for the late spring and summer, according to official Washington sources, decree tighter belts as certain stocks of basic foods decline — but there's many a wise housewife whose family will continue to let out their belts an unfashionable notch or two in complete mealtime satisfaction, thanks in great measure to Manischewitz Matzo Meal. The effect of dwindling egg supplies can easily be overcome by stretching the family quota in matzo meal omelettes and pancakes, left-overs of canned vegetables can take on a completely new guise, provide an interesting addition to the family menu when they're served up as vegetable cutlets, conveniently expanded with Manischewitz Matzo Meal to provide satisfying servings for the entire family; and, of course, there's a vast host of other matzo meal favorites that require little or no rationed ingredients—help to round out the family menu, economically, and with little fuss or bother. So prepare to let out your belts and say "Ah!" • signifying satisfaction achieved through recipes made with pure, smoother-mixing Manischewitz Matzo Meal. And if you want to perform a real community service, pass on this information to your customers—they've got to eat, too! And—as long as we've on the subject of more adequate meals, it's in line to mention Manischewitz American Matzos. another popular daily food in countless homes. As a year-round addition to the daily menu, Manischewitz American Matzos are now firmly entrenched — a basic part of every meal for thousands of families from coastto-coast,because there's no other product like them. Manischewitz American Matzos provide a lighter, brighter touch at mealtime—land a gracious note of interest to the menu with their distinctive flavor and cracklingcrisp oven freshness. Many a housewife who never dreamed of matzos as a daily food now uses this distinctively different product as a base for salads and open sandwiches, as a quick, refreshing between-meal snack for youngsters, as a compact, versatile addition to picnic lunches and buffet suppers. It takes litPLENTY OF ^ Water DEUVEKE0 TO YOUR HOME 5-OiLLOM lOTTlE .60c cm OF SIX v VABIE-BOTUIS /. ..... e ; (blttil Deposit) PHONE 2-4128' LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under ttu 1 firtiilous name of .1 & M Equipment Co. (not Inc.) successors to E & j Equipment Co. (not Inc.) at '.'25 N. Miami Avenue. Miami, Florida inti-nd to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Daile County, Florida. MORRIS I'OXCHKR JOSEPH WEINHERG MILTON A. FR1KDMAN Attorney for Applicants 5/11-18-25 6/1-8 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 17457—Acts of 11)35 Pile A S1S1 NOTICE IS HKRHltV OIVEN that Robert R. Perry and Mary A. Perry, husband and wife, holders of State and County Tax Certificate No. 1125 Issued the 5th day of June. A.D. 19:19, haw filed same In my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Dade, State of Florida, to-wlt: Lota 7 to 9. Block 14. Woodland Addition, a Sub.. Plat Book 6. Page 85, In the County of Dade, State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of Mrs. James Morrison. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the property described therein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In the month of July, 1945, which Is the 2nd day of July, 1945. Dated this 5th day of June. 1945. E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal) By N. C. STERRETT, D. C. 6/8-15-22-29 tie convincing to show most people the many advantages of Manisehewitr American Matzos —the taste and obviously superior quality of this fine product turns the trick at first bite. New York (JTA)—Support of the demands of the Jewish Agency embodied in a memorandum submitte to the British government last month, asking, among oher things, for he establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Commonwealth, was voiced at the closing session of a three-day conference of the Mizrachi Organization of America held at the Hotel New Yorker. The enemy's ears Are opened wide So military secrets We must hide! Palestine Jews Have No Grounds for Pessimism Jerusalem (JTA)—There is no ground for the pessimism prevailing among Palestine Jews concerning the future of the country, Dr. Jomes G. Heller, president of the United Palestine Appeal of the United States declared his week. Dr Heller, who arrived here last week, told the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that all reports reaching Zionist leaders—but which cannot be revealed—indicate that a solution of the Palestine problem favorable to the Jews is in the offing. 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B1DAY, JUNE^_1945_ *Jewisti noridiiw PAGE SEVEN TFR MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation Of The JewiBh Weliare Board Help Ui Keep a Record ol Our Men in Service (9&\ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 PARADE! SERVICE h (TJJYMOND KAHN liLED INACTION J n, iue of May 25 Service ISe ^ported Lt. Raymond t Kahn, first pilot on a Liberator bomber, as missing over China April 28. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kahn, 1135 S. W. 6th St., have now been noti' M fied that their son—shot down over Shanghi — has been listed • as dead. Kahn graduatld from Miami Senior High Unnl here and attended the RSwrsity of Miami a year beC entering service. Besides fr parents, he leaves a sister. fhirley, of the home address. Corp. Marty Shanlcman, on luty with an ordnance unit in mm, has request for a grant lor a patent for a "new and useful improvement in thanks revived official approval. Corp. Kiankman waited 31 months for hat patent applying for it while Btioned at Fort Bragg. He is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis junkman, 2301 S. W. 17th St., Ao received the papers for ieir son. Blton J. Katx, 1552 Washing^ve.. has completed trainj in the aviation ordnance cbool of the U. Snaval air ucal training center at NorOkla. ,w a seaman, first class, i is the son of Mr. and Mrs. urge M. Katz of the Washave., address. LINCOLN HAD FLAG WITH JEWISH LETTERS ENSIGN GRADUATES FROM CHICAGO The only American flag bearj ing Hebrew letters was presented to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 [ by Abraham Kohn, a member of Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith Lodge, a Jewish merchant and civic leader, shortly after Lincoln's election to the Presidency. Handmade of silk, the flag had inscribed on it in black letters the third to the ninth verses of the first chapters of Joshua. Although Lincoln acknowledged recepit of the flag, its whereabouts are a mystery. However, it is mentioned in Admiral George H. Preble's standard work on the flag, "History of the Flag of the United States." Ensign J. David Liebman, son of Mr. and Mrs A. Leibman, 541 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, graduated with a high rating from midshipman school in Chicago on May 25 and will be sta' tk. Alexander Goldbeig. 2332 ". W. 19th Ter, veteran of 14 lhs' overseas duty, as radio J, landed with the 27th Inmtry division in its initial ason Tsugen Shima, an ison the Ryukyus grup, 365 JS from the Japanese. He took talso in landings in the MariMarvin G. Apte, gunner's mate 3/c, who has just returned from 13 months duty in the Pacific, is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Jack Apte, 435 S. W. 31st Rd., before returning to active duty on June 27. A brother, Stuart, a cadet at Gordon Military Academy in Barnesville, Ga., is also home, to spend the summer. PfcPaul Kati, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Katz, 642 6th St.. Miami Beach, is an infantryman with the Dixie division, now in the Philippines. Prt. Harold MOM. 3725 Pine Tree Dr., Miami Beach, recently was named on the honor roll of the radio fundamental branch, a special course of the radio operators mechanic school, at Scott Field, 111. Back home on inactive status after three years of army duty, is Firtt Lt. Sol Rot fort, 2951 S. W. 1st AveHe has recently been stationed at the Lake Charles, La., airfield. Two brothers and a sister are also in service—Cpl Lou Rotfort, stationed in Austin, Tex:; Ensign Cecil Rotfort, with the Coast Guard in New Orleans; and 1st Lt. Irving Rotfort, in North Carolina. LEVINE WRITES OF NAZI ATROCITIES Horror at Nazi atrocities and a plea that the civilized world be "eternally vigilant" against further rise of the brutal doctrine were expressed in a recent letter received by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levine, 1308 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami Beach from their son, Sgt. Dan Levine, in Germany. He had returned from an inspection of a concentration camp where he talked with a Russian family who had been confined there and viewed for himself the Nazi handiwork"The enemies must be destroyed. They must never rise again anywhere on earth. We will never survive another Hitler," he stated. SYNAGOGUE OPENED FIRST TIME IN YEARS tioned in Miami for about two months. Formerly active in AZA and Zionist work here, he graduated from Miami Senior high school two years ago and attended the University of Miami for a short time under the Navy V-12 program. HIGHLIGHTS OF ARMY TRANSPORT COMMAND WOUNDED IN ACTION Pvt. Walter B. Beck. 19. Marine Corps, of Chicago, 111.; on Iwo Jima. Pfc. Jacob Bergman. 31, infantry, of Brooklyn; on Saipan. Sgt. Lawrence LBerlowe, 23, infantry, of Chicago, III.; on Leyte. Pfc. Murrey D. Blum, 20, infantry, of Scranton, Pa.; twice; first in Gemany, thee months late, in Belgium. With the Seventh Army in Germany—The portals of one of the largest and most attractive synagogues in Germany, at Augsburg, were opened to Jewish services for the first time in eleven years. Mapor M. A. Braude, Seventh Army Jewish Chaplain, of Chicago, conducted the services and was assisted by Sergeant Samuel Jacobson of Jacksonville, Fla. and Corporal Bernard EFarber, formerly Rabbi at the Agudath Achim Congregation, Louisville, Ky. Approximately 100 American soldiers attended the services, and several German-Jews who had been in hiding came to the synagogue and worshipped together with the soldiers. The Chaplain's flag, the blue star of David, was raised and lowered to half mast in memory of President Roosevelt. It was flown from a flag pole that had formerly held the swastika. The synagogue, which had been used as a meeting place and a warehouse by the Nazis, was built in 1913. It covers about one-half a city block. The Ark and organ were the only items missing, and the stone plaque at the entrance, a commemorating |the founding of the congregation in 1284 remained as a testimonial of endurance of a strong faith. Chaplain Braude is the husband of Mrs. Eunice Braude, 636 Sheridan Rd-, Chicago. His mother, Mrs. Rose Braude, resides at 5741 Kentucky Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sergeant Jacobson is the husband of Mrs. Sylvia Jacobson, 2886 College, Jacksonville, Fla. Highlights of the Army's redeployment plan in which Air Transport Command's Miami Army Air Field is already playing an important part were explained today. About 2,000,000 men will be returned to civil life during the next 12 monthsTwo thirds of the combat units to be sent to he Pacific will come through the United States (may come through Miami Army Air Field), and will be given furloughs. The larger portion of the service troops needed in the Pacific will go there directly. Nearly 7,000,000 men will be needed to defeat Japan. Aim is to transport sufficient troops to the Pacific to insure the defeat of Japan in the shortest possible time with the smallest cost in American lives. The big facor will be shipping space and ATC planes available to move the troops. "One of the biggest jobs facing the Air Transport Command is the task of transferring fighting men from the European Theater of Operations to the Pacific war theaters," declared Lt. Col. Joseph C. Mackey, commanding Miami Army Air Field in the absence of Col. James C. Jensen"Thousands of troops will be flown directly to the Pacific while others will be brought home for furloughs before returning to the battle fronts or to civil life under the Redeployment Plan. ATC planes are continuing to play an important role in supplying troops remaining in Europe." All in all, it was pointed out by Col. Mackey, VE-Day simply meant the end of one part of the war; the beginning of a new and more intensive phase. Roxbury Sergeant Earns Bronze Star for Brarery Sgt. Leonard Cohen, 22, of Roxbury, Mass, has received the Bronze Star for gallantry in action in Germany. He was serving as a runner with the field artillery when the forward observer was wounded. Cohen helped maintain th only communication with th supporting artillery until joined by another forward obscerver section. He then assisted in combining two radio sets to have one in operation. During a counter attack he helped evacuate the wounded under enemy fire. i Ra J^ nd Zuss mcm. 27-year-old Tank Corps officer, of DeAm en >„? se ma gniiicent heroism against the Nazis earned him The d p hi 9 hes t award, the Congressional Medal of Honor. loot Zu m ^ 0n a Posthumous one. is to be presented to the galZussman, at ceremonies tomorrow ANNOUNCING THE FORMAL OPENING OF MIAMI'S FINEST FUR SALON A GORGEOUS PRESENTATION ARRANGED FOR YOUR APPROVAL YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED MIAMI FURRIERS NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 33 NORTHWEST FIRST STREET PHONE 2-5720 N | \ %  i D9 %  -MM S9H9B ^fes^sycSi&c*



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PAGE EIGHT j /. > In the Greater Miami Houses of Worship MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Conservative, 1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.— Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m. Saturday morning service at 9 a. m. Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on the Weekly Portion of the Law. Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant. Bible class at 5:45 p. m. Mlncha .service at 7:30 p. m.. Schalos Seudos to follow. Maarlv at 8 p. m. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION. Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.— Regular services Friday evening at 7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services at 8:30 a. m. Pally Mlnyan. Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham Friedman will officiate. TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Liberal, 761 41at St., Miami_ Beach.— Friday evening services at 5:45 p. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N. E. 10th St.—Regular services Friday evening at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will be In charge. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION, Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.—Friday evening service at 7:30 p. m. .Saturday morning services at S:3il a. in. Schalos Seudos at 7:30 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the portion of the lav/. Can'or Maurice Mamches will chant. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.— Friday evening services at 7:.'I0 p, m. and Saturday morning services at 9 a. m. Arnold, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Pollock, will become liar mitz\:ih He win conduct services, read In the Torah. and address the congregation. Rabbi Simon April will respond. Mincha service at 7:1" p. m., followed by Schalos Seudos and Maarlv. Graduation exerciser at the Talmud Torah on June 10th at 8:1.", p. m. ASK FOR FARM HOME • PICKLES A Product of Manhattan Pickle Co. Distributed by Florida Provision Co. 1725 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-6141 Pearl Bros. ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products— Call Florida Provision Co., Inc. Operated by Pearl Bros. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenutj PHONE 2-6141 FEDERATION ANNUAL MEETING AT B. CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Monte Selig immediate past president. Delegates-at-large include: Leo Ackerman, George Adlcr, Rudy R. Adler, Abe Allenberg, Jack August, George Bertman, Many Boyell, Benjamin Hronston. Charles 11. Cohen. Mrs. Jack Cohen. Dr. Frank Coret. Harrv Cornblum. Mrs. Max Pobrln, Irving H. Krankcl, Jerome FreehUng, Arthur Friedman, Milton A. Friedman, lien liiller, George Goldberg, Abraham Goodman. Stuart Gordon, Charles Greenfield. I-izar Grossberg. LAIUIS Helman, Leonard Jacobus. Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Abe Kurnian, Pr. Alex Kushn.r. Samuel Ijuhman. Hyman. Lalbson, Sidney Lefcourt. Rabbi I. Lehrman. Mrs. UenJ. LeVlne, J. Gerald Lewis. Manie IJbermaii, Joseph M. I,lpton, Kdward I. Lovitz, Mrs. Sam Luby, IV. Louis Lytton, Murray Maurer, llaron dell irsch Meyer. Henjamln Meyers, Samuel R. Miller. Mrs. Stanley i\ Myers. Mrs. Harry Ollphant. Albert Quadow. Mrs. Harry I'latoff. Mrs. Matilda Ratner, Harry Rose. Joseph M. Rose. I>r. Albert Rosenthal. Norman Kossnian, Mrs. Sam Rost. Morton Russack. Morris S Salomon. Herbert E. Bcher, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. Mrs. Henry Seitlln, Mrs. Monte Bellg. Rabbi M. Shapiro, Fred K. Shocnet, Ben Silver. Max R. Silver, Mrs Milton Sirkln. Klry Stone. Louis Touby, Harold Turk. Alex Van Straaten, Ilruno Weil. Jerome II. Welnkle. Mrs. K. Welniteln, i>r. I'. Weinsteill. I,eon;iiil Wien, Mitchell Wolfeon, George Wolpert, Harry Zukernlck. Colman Zwitman. Delegates representing affiliated organizations are: Hairy Blmonhoff, Mrs. Sol I.utsky. Isaac Levin, Murray G. Cohen. Mrs. Jen 1stHer Mian lack August. William Meehlowltx. Mr C s k Jm k K Hlrsch, Mrs. Dorothy Borenstein. Paul Weitzman, IS. sha If. Nat Roth M. Kaufman. Mrs. Harold BDaetV MrT Sri Wrinkle, Henry BeUlln. Morris Rohinsky. Mrs. Ann* Brenner Meyers. Dr. Maurice Klein, Harrv Sirkln, Mrs. William Feuer. Leon Kaplan, Mrs Ida lu.cksteln Mrs. Charles Raab. Mrs Oeorge Chertkof, Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Mrs. Samuel Crundwerg, Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs M. II. Ross Mrs. I. Zabaralcy. Mis. Ethel Dorf, M n n r '; e Cromer, Rabbi Said Appelbaum, Raoi,i Leon Krontah, Mra, Murray Maurer, ix.uls Zelenti, Mis J-"";;'", Psteln, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. Rebec* a Levlne, liiiilp BerkowlW, Sol J. Levy, Hyman Sootln. Shepard Hroad. i^A^njNEg OBITUARIES MISS CAROL EDELL Miss Carol Kdell, 46. died Fi lc|ay In a hospital. She came from NFW Ytirk City in years ago and Is survived bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Kdell. New York City, and two sisters. Mrs. Esther Strobeck. Hempstead, N. v.. and Mrs. Florence W'exler. Ilroiix, N. V. Services were held Monday at Riverside Memorial chapel with burial In Ml. Nebo cemetery. BENJAMIN HIRSCHFIELD Benjamin Hlrschfleld. so. of 411 N. W. 3rd St.. passed away here this week and was burled Wednesday In Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Simon April conducted services arranged by Gordon Funeral home. Mr. Hlrschfleld. a widower, came here 19 years ago from "HI City. Ta. He leave* one brother. Lee Hlrschfleld. of Scrantoll, l'a. Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest speaker at a regular meeting of the Miami Beach Zionist Luncheon Club Wednesday at the Strand restaurant, Miami Beach. 500 AT ZIONIST AFFAIR ON MONDAY EVENING 500 guests filled the dining room at the dinner dance sponsored by the Miami Zionist District last Monday evening. More than one thousand dollars was derived from the proceeds of the affair to go towards the activities of the organization. Francis P Locke, of the Miami Daily News, was introduced by Rabbi Max Shapiro and addressed the gathering. He told of the responsibility of the Jewish people both here and abroad in fighting Fascism and insuring a successful world order. He discussed Jewish rights to a national home in Palestine. Harry Gordon, and Jerome Weinkle, were in charge of the committee which arranged the event. Lee Mason, Miami radio artist, presented the floor show of outstanding military talent and a group of skits under the direction of Harriet Damenstein. Mr. Gordon, past president of the organization, with his wife observed his first wedding anniversary, and the couple were the recipients of many congratulatory messages at the affair. 1345 LISTEN TO "Palestine Speaks" Over WKAT (1360 on Your Died) Every Sunday, 8:15 p. m. T "OB-M ToGUST BROS R Yl BALLANTINE'S ALE America's Firest Since 1840 DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL BRANDS, INC. LET'S STRIKE HIM OUT INTHE THujtdy Hitler and Mussolini fanned out... just couldn't to help put over the biggest squeeze play of hit our pitcher. Now the Nip is up to bat! e v the century! Let's all help Uncle Sam knock this bushleaguer clear out of the picture. Our ticket to the cheering Let's not let this game JJO to extra innings. Let's section is the biggest War Bond we can buy all pitch to win in the 7th War Loan! BELCHER. OIL COMPANY ESTABLISHED 191$ MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES. FLORIDA Thuisdays 6 30 p m -Sundays. 4 30 r m over NJ/K



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FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1945 IIIHIIIIWIimiHMIH *Jewisti tier Mian PAGE NINE fTOUBY I PAINTING 3 -50CC | L ICCMS Eb AHPINSURED CONTRACTORS = 669 N.W.6*Street. MIAMI 36. FLORIDA IIIIIHIIIIHIIIIBIIIIWIIIBIIIII inn | Mill Palm Beach Notes MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative) In a letter received recently by Albeit Gasper of Palm Beach, the storv of how his nephew, Ship's Cook 1/c Noel Van Hoff, effected the release of 40 men trapped in a compartment of the USS Franklin was revealed. Caught in the smoke-filled tompartment, the letter said, toman Van Hoff and his companions had almost given up iope. Mr. Gasper's nephew* managed to pry a hatch partially opnn. Selecting the thinnest man in the group, he forced him through the opening and had him release the lock. Back in the States, Seaman Van Huff has been visiting relatives in Chicago and Bridgeport, Conn. Mrs. Dora Salter and son have left for their home in Idaho after spending the winter with MrsSalter's sister, Mrs. A. Levin. 822 34th Street. The annual picnic of Temple Israel Congregation and Sunday School was held recently at Bethseda Park with Mrs. M. Glazier in charge. Al Sussman of New York was guest of honor at a surprise party given by Sylvia Rotfeld Sunday nighttet 1101 Okeechobee Rd. Present were Lillian Metz, Ethel Smith, Marty Pina, Allen Cimebeoss, Lou Blumbeg, Shirley Houseman, Sol Israel, Nat Tuchshauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Israelaner. Miss Effie Rottman. 708% So. Rosemary, left June §th for Philadelphia to visit relatives and friendstvww. C. W. SMITH PLUMBING CONTRACTOR 529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach No job too large or too small. Over 50 years in business. %  MAAAA SOUTHERN DAIRIES JC3l f j^ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the VSZ-S^rTh if*. Nationally Famous Southern Dairies ProHi ctlAU ducti and Ice Cream. wuiu e> AS NEAR TO TOU AS TOUR PHONE 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 D AffiY PRODUCTS ^T PALM BEACH ^-CREAM-ICE CREAM AMBULANCE SERVICE MEZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Phone 8121 West Palm Beach. Fla. Face Facts George J. Talianoff Executive Director A.D.L. Your director* report to you this week comes from Atlanta, the locale of a meeting of the executive committee of the Fifth District B'nai B'rith. The custimary annual convention was not held in conformity with ODT regulations. The sparsity in the number of representatives,. however, was more than compensated by their high intellectual calibre. Highly regarded Ben Briths like our own Lou Heiman, newly elected second vice-president of the District; Sholem Lodge's popular Harold Turk; esteemed Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savannah, and the fine outgoing District president, Hyman Jacobs of Columbia, S. C, were illustrative of the type of Jewish leadership represented at the meeting. The delegates profound awareness of the problems facing our people was particularly evidenced during the discussion period following the ADL symposium. I write this after having absorbed three days of traditional Atlanta hospitality. There's a charm and dignity about the Gateway to the South It exists in the every day contacts between individuals of all religious creeds. There's a serenity and fratrnalism indicative of a stable community wherein individuals of various nationalities and religions have learned to live together in harmony and respect in the American tradition. One cannot help but feel that if this spirit of neighborliness and harmony existed in all communities — if it permeated the daily relationsips between all peoples—the cause of good will and understanding would be greatly aided. And by the same token the complicated problems to social and communal relationjips would be markedly eased. I had an opportunity to view first hand the initial accomplishments of the expanded Southern Regional Office of the ADL, which is guided by genial, enterprising Alex Miller. Established to service Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, the office has made significant strides in planning and programming. Aided by two able assistants and an efficient office staff comprised of most representative Georgian charm, AJex Miller should contribute much to further better inter-cultural relationships thoughout the South. B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG WOMEN TO HAVE FUN Fun galore is anticipated by ."participants in the Moonlight Hayride and Weiner Roast, given by the B'nai B'rith Young Women of Emma Lazarus, Saturday night, June 9. The hayride starts at the Miami Riding Club, 4501 N. W. 38th St., Miami, shortly after 8 pm. Transportation to the stables will be provided by the Red Adams Bus Line, 218 N. E. 2nd Rve., Miami, Fla. A special bus will leave for the stables at 8 p. m., another at 8:10 p. m. A second wagon will wait for laggers until 8:30. For particulars concerning the ride and outing, information may be procured by telephoning Miss Vera Snyder, 58-1218, or Miss Dianne Jaffee, 58-2312. Everyone is invitedA regular meeting of the group is scheduled for Tuesday night, June 12, at the YM & YWHA, 1 Lincoln Road, at 8 o'clock. An interesting program has been arranged by the program chairman, Miss Edythe Polansky to follow a short important business meeting. IT PAYS TO BUY AT LUGGAGE SHOP foH.g.f'MS. -. "vm %  H0Hi JZ6G3 %  "•. NEW MANAGEMENT E. ft J. EQUIPMENT CO. 926 N. MIAMI AVE. MORRIS PONCHER AND JOSEPH WEINBERO, Man. Phone 3-472 Provide for your futurity with military security—don't talk! REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH RENTALS LEASES • SALES Lota, Homes, Hotels Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgi. M. GILLER, Realtor 1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875 412-16 Seybold Bldg. MIAMI BEACH HOMES AND INVESTMENT PROPERTIES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor A Trustworthy Real Eetate Service •06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-5868 INCOME TAX BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTRACTIVE RATES WRITE OR PHONE N. A. SERVICES P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florida Phone 9-2903 Custom-Made Seat Covers Convertible Tope One-Day Service TRAIL TOP SHOP 1699 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 9-3541 GENERAL PAINTING BY BEST MECHANICS Free Estimates Given I. D. Gilbreath Paint Co. PHONE 3-0070 If No Answer Call 2-5106 Whsn You Think of Real Estate Think Of LEO EISENSTEIN REALTOR 309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479 Dependable, Conscientious Service EDWARD T. NEWMAN KING FUNERAL HOME PHONE 3-2111 Life Insurance Estates Authoritatively Programmed NAT G ANS Metropolitan Life Ins. Co. 907 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 9-1414 or 4-9981 HAIR REMOVED Short Wave Electronic Method Recognized by Medical Science as the most advanced, accurate method of removing superfluous hair. Eyebrows, Hsirline, Legs and Arms Also Treated CLOSED DURING JUNE IRENE GOODMAN 530 Lincoln Road Ph. 58-2997 Buy More War Bonds. Your Complete Department Store With Quality Merchandise Washington Ave. at 13th St. Miami Beach And for your convenience Morris Brother's New Apparel and Accessory Store 70 E. Flagler St., Miami You can't quit, now! You must continue to buy Bonds, and More Bonds! • ponp*n ^Sfc tyov W Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 1520 S. W. 5th St. Phone 2-7439 Made From Fresh Oranges TTUami. for REST CONVALESCENCt • ndCHRONICCflSU un-Ray Park 'Health Resort tlHD fOB SOOKLCTC ZMM.1 MIAMIW.FLACICR o. 10'"COUT • riOBIDA RIVERSIDE MEMORIAL CHAPEL FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1236 Washington Ave., Miami Beach In New York 7£U> Si. Arasteidam Avt. 5-7777 RIVERSIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE • 1944 CADILLAC AMBULANCE 1944 OXYGEN EQUIPMENT I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure If a FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin **D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 8200 N. W. 32nd Street Mount Sinai Memorial Park MIAMI'S "COMMUNITY CEMETERY" ONE OF MIAMI'S UP-TO-DATE DIGNIFIED MEMORIAL PARKS SINGLE GRAVES. FAMILY PLOTS AND GROUP ESTATES NOW AVAILABLE Affiliate Congregations: Beth David, Beth Jacob, Miami Jewish Orthodox and Sisterhood Chesed Shel Ernes For Further Information Phone 9-2664. 4-5922 or 9-1434 RSMWSBMHI



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PAGE TEN +Jen 1stflcrid/aiL FRIDAY, m m8. l 945 DA 1 • f^SWWP* WI.IIV^MWI %  < ""^ I WE'RE WW* WAR BOHOS OH WE PMROU PlMt WO H0L0W6 'I* K/s, fit wz:*** vie Ml*1 lfGtf* ictoy today J i V* cttfjy |OB ItOW I This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under the auspic es of Treasury I>P Grand National Importers 1(t Truit Bldg. Sungas Company Now at 2960 N. W. 24th St.—Ph. 3-3885 Miami Beach 1st National Bank 1651 Alton Rd., Miami Btach East Coast Fisheries. Inc. 360 W. Flagler St. South Seas Hotel 1751 Collina Ava., Miami Beach Savoy Plaza Hotel 425 Ocean Driva Stevens Markets 2201 N. W. 62nd St.—7-3085 2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.—4-1685 National Produce Co., Inc. 2186 N. W. 13th Ava. Belford Produce & Trucking Co. 1800 N. W. 7th Ava. Russian Bear Restaurant 929 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Richie Plumbing Supplies 2116 N. W. 27th Ave. Rainbow Gardens—Florist 840 N. E. 79th St. Loeb & Gottfried, Slaughterers Red Road. Hlalaah K. Burns & Son—Jewelers 114 E. Flagler St. George J. Bertman—Real Estate 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach A. F. Given—Accountant Congreaa Building Hippodrome Bar 5 N. E. 2nd Ave. Alabama Poultry Market 1650 N. W. 7th Ava. Joe's Groceries & Markets 478 N. W. 14th St. Triangle Fruit Co. JI m my—Tony—Lou 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Victor's Drum 3622 Coral Way, Coral Gable. Star Vegetarian—Dairy Fish Restaurant 841 Waahlngton Ava., Miami Beach Eat-a-bite Sandwich Shop 1146 N. E. 2nd Ave. Rhea's Women's Apparel •11 4iet St.. Miami Baach Hotel Sheldon 227 7th St., Miami Beach Clipper Inn—Restaurant 2926 Grand Ava., Coconut Orova Ball & Chain Restaurant 1516 S. W. th St. IflC Til 9 BSB ..-;*'--;.-^i^fc*£.



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i^r.MBftM* *JewisHlorlrUatl PAGE ELEVEN / /I oneys Might iti Match their Fighting Might.. You're not asked to prove your prowess in death-dealing combat as these men are doing... for America and you. That's their job! Yours is to add the might pf your dollars to the might of our fighting men. TWO WAR LOANS IN ONE! The mighty Seventh War Loan is the biggest yet. Last year you were asked to subscribe twice by this time. The least you should lend-if your income is $250 monthly or more-is $187.50. If your earnings are greater, your purchase of War Bonds should be increased in proportion. Remember; too, that U. S. War Bonds are the world's safest investments..". giving you $4 back, at maturity, for every $3 you invest in them. YOU HELP THREE WAYS when you back up the MIGHTY 7th War Loan with every dollar you can afford. You help your Government. You help pay for the materiel needed by our armed forces to get the war over quickly and bring them home. You help yourself by providing for your future security. 1 l %  %  2 V 1 %  £J9S '''(*> • f ''.. v Jj ; • t I WAR LOAN Your WAR BOND is the best investment in the world If*** $\00 tftt* ^0 HIP \V% :ii he I Council and made possible by the following public Pete's Bar 1137 Washington Avs., Miami Bsach Luis Meilam's Service Station 1990 N. W. 27th Av. Layton's Bar 731 N. W. 6th Av. Marie's Place Cede & Restaurant 7712 N. E. 2nd Av. Betty's Cafe & Restaurant 701 S. W. 2nd Av. Los .Tropicalos Inc. 946 N. Miami Ava. Margaret Newman — Women's Apparel •58 W. 41st St., Miami Beach Mrs. William Douglas Pawley 31M Pins Trss Drivs, Miami Bsach La Vigne Electric 176 N. E. 20th St. spirited business firms and individuals. Miami Sandwich Co. 907 N. E. 1st Avs. East Coast Bar 2930 N. Miami Avs. Battista's Restaurant 142 S. W. 37th Avs. Avondale Apartments 315 N. E. 2nd AVS. Dr. W. R ElUs Charron-WiUiams Commercial College Postal Building River Self Service Store 7920 N. E. 2nd Avs. North West Furniture Co. 77 N. W. 36th St. Twin Oaks Grille 628 3. W. 2nd Avs. Monnah Park Service Station 2201 N. W. 41 St St. Little L C. Bar & Package Store 600 6th St., Miami Bsaoh Green's Texaco Service Station 1066 Washington Avs., Miami Bsach United Kosher Market 166 N. W. 6th St. Stanley Hardware & Furniture Co. 118 N. W. 79th St. Superior Sheet Metal Works 830 North Miami Avsnue U-Drive Motors. Inc. 861 Wost Flaglsr Strset Enfield's Camera Shop 409 Lincoln Road, Miami Bsach S. M Perkins—Income Tax Service 605 First National Bank Bldg. T. E. Broun—Pianos 2380 N. W. 7th Strsst Seven-Eleven Club 3692 Grand Avsnus. Coconut Qrovs



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4'^^^fP^>p^^^ga-p:J';-s ^L PAGE TWELVE vJewistncrkUan %  h I %  Z^Y.JUNE LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the unrieraigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of Swafford Auto Parts at 1288 N. W. 62nd St., Miami, 1'lorlda, Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HERSCHEt, SWAFFORD Sole Owner MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicant. 6/11-18-25 6/1-8 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Model*!! Sheet Metal Manufacturers at l-l'T N. 10. 2nd Ave. intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JOHN J. SCHWARTZ MINNIE SCHWARTZ MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 5/2T. 6/1-8-15-22 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name • >f KARRY MARKET at 2801 N. W. 12th Avenue, Miami Florida, intends to register said name with the Clerk of Dade County, Florida. J. J. ANNIS THEATCIIKR ANNIS MYKHS HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants. 5/18-25 0/1-8-15 NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN that ti..undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROSRKCK REALTY CO., at 10t8 Seyboll Building Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado County. Florida. VIVIAN II. BECK • DOROTHY R08ENBLUM MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants t '-8-15-22-29 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 tho Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. Sole (twner SAMUEL A. KATZ MARX FEIN HERO Attorney for Applicant. 5/25 6/1-8-15-22 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED File SJ575 Notice Is hereby given that Otto Zinket holder as assignee of City of Miami Tax Certificate Numbered !>5.'.n. dated the 2nd day of June. A D. MM. Mas filed said Certificate in my office, and has made application for tax deed to issue thereon In accordance with law. Said Certificate embraces ti"' following described property, -situated in Dade County. Florida, to-wit: Lot 2, Blk. 3. Groveland Park. Plat Rook S, l'age 91, in the City of Miami. County Of Dade. Stale of Florida. The assessment of said property under the Certificate issued was in the name of Unknown. Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue thereon on the 80th day of June. AD. 1945. Dated this 16th day of May, A.D. 19t5. E B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court Seal! Bv N c. 8TERRETT, D. C. 6/18-26 6 1-8-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY at 55 N. E. 21th Street. Miami, Florida Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. I. W. GREEN LEON GREEN ALBERT A GREEN JOSEPH ARAGO MYERS & HEIMAN Attorneys for Applicants 5/26 6 1-8-16-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to sngaga in business under the fictitious name ..f I.IBBY SPORTSWEAR at Sample Room No. t. Roberts Hotel, 29-31 S. W. 1st St Miami. Florida. Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACK I.IPSON MAX BERNSTEIN MYERS .<• HEIMAN Attorneys for applicants. 5 '25 6 1-8-16-22 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage iii business under the fictitious name of Lalbson Conrt Apartments at 733 Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach Intends to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. JACOB SNEIDER JENNIE SNEIDER 6/26 t 1-8-16-22 NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of STAR I.lgCOR STORE NO. 2 at 1060 North Miami Avenue, Miami, Florida. Intends (•> register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l >ade County, Florida. MACK COHAN MYERS \HEIMAN Attorneys for applicant 5 %  ::, 6 1-8-15-22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE COITNTY JUDGE'S COURT IN" AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.—IN' PROBATE. No. 16279 In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS HOWE, D ased. To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against s.iid Estate: You. and each of you, are hereby notified and required to present any claims and demands which you, or either of you, may have against the estate of MILTON SILAS HOWE de%  ease.| late of Dude County. Florida. to the Hon. \V. 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 .late of the first publication hereof. Said claims or demands to contain the legal address of the Claimant and to be sworn to and presented us aforesaid, or same will he barred. See Section 120 of the 1933 Probate Act. Hate May 15. AD. 1945. R. H. WISENBAKER. As Administrator of the Estate of MILTON SILAS HOWE. Deceased. MAX R SILVER. Attorney for Administrator. 6 18-25 8 1-8 Buy More War Bonds! need is greater than ever. The 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 1111 Lincoln Road Vt Block East of Alton CHASE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Resources Over $8,000,000.00 C. L. CLEMENTS. President CANCER HOSPITAL FOR DADE SEEMS^ ASSURED First step toward eventual establishment of a new million dollar hospital in Dade County for treatment of cancer patients was taken last week with the incorporation of the Dade County Cancer Society, Inc. Circuit Judge Ross Williams approved the charter, drawn by Clyde Epperson, attorney, which enables the new organization to accept contributions for cancer treatment. Under terms of the charter the non-profit cancer unit is also legally permitted to contract indebtedness up to $1,000.000. The committee which appeared before Judge Williams and requested issuance of the Charter consisted of Dr. Richard Fleming, who was named chairman in the charter; Dr John Jares, vice chairman, and Mrs. Clyde Epperson, secretary. William C. Hill, leader in the movement for the hospital and financier, is treasurer. As proposed in the plans the new hospital would contain a complete operating pavilion with major and minor operating rooms; private and semi-private patient rooms and ward rooms: detection examination clinic, and other facilities deemed necessary by the medical advisory committee. BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTED FOR TEMPLE The newly elected board of directors of Temple Israel includes: Three-year directors: Dr. Philip Weinstein, Adolph Wertheimer, William Singer. Two-year directors: Karl A. Charles, Joseph R. Stein. One-year directors: Dan Ruskin, Monte Selig, Samuel Katz. Henry Wolff, Mrs J. Gerald Lewis, Donald LaVigne, Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Leo Ackerman, Nat Roth, Norman Rossman. Past presidents: Harry V. Simons. Louis Zeientz, Si Mendelson (New Orleans), Day J. Apte (Tampa), H. U. Feibelman, Isaac Levin, J. Gerald Lewis, Dr. Frank Coret, Herman Wall. Mrs. Leonard Epstein is Sisterhood president and EMax Goldstein is Brotherhood president. USES NOW HAS OFFICE AT BEACH United States Employment Service through Louis Miller, area manpower commission director, announced the opening of a new branch at 828 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, with a staff of six persons. Telephone number assigned is 5-6514. Civilians living at Miami Beach who previously were compelled to cross Biscayne bay to register with USES, now may apjly to the Beach office. The ritual book of B'nai B*rith i contains a ritual for Flag Day as well as a brief history of the American flag. RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1StS N. W. 7th 8t. Ph. 8-7301 Beet care for chronic tick, conva'••cent end elderly people 8ANEL BEER. M. D., Director Reaeoneble Prices ^mmm { "OBaautlful Qround^^_ rnOS.W.I2AAV.MUMh Lra. j-jfj/J "YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME W OfrlCttUY KffKSENT THE MAJ0WTY Of KNIKM ns FOMEHAL HOMES WomolMn G/ooV, furnoW en 'tqunt SEIVING MIAMI BEACH & MIAMI Exclusively Jewish iiEIU BISCHVnE fiREnn S. W. 4th ST AT MIAMI AVE. 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(>^w^ T H E JEWISH UNITY!
o<& THE JEWISH WEEKLY
VOLUME 18NUMBER 23
IS
OF Mill BEACH
Councilman Herbert A. Frink
was named mayor of Miami
Beach Wednesday by members
of the city council at a reorgan-
ization session following Tues-
day's election, in which Frink
placed high in a field of 12 can-
didates.
Four incumbents, Frink, D Lee
Powell. William Burbridge and
John H. Levi, retiring mayor,
were re-elected. Louis "Red"
Snedigar also was named to the
council. He will succeed Val
Cleary, a county commissioner,
who did not seek re-election to
the city council.
Remaining on the council as
holdovers are Marcie Libefman
and Ralph Pole. The latter was
named vice mayor.
Frink polled 4,071 votes;
Powell, 3,384; Burbridge, 3,075;
Snedigar, 3.068, and Levi, 2,982.
The voters passed, 3,128 to 753,
a provosed revision of the city
employes' pension plan, and
granted the council, by a nar-
row margin, the right to in-
crease their own salaries from
$1,800 a year to $3,000 a year
under provisions of a recent leg-
islative act.
The council reappointed Claude
A. Renshaw city manager, and
Ben Shepard city attorney.
It was a close race between
tei, who has served 27 years
city official, and Harry
aikemick, attorney, who placed
axth with 2,817 votes-
Dr. Maurice Klein, came in
seventh with 2,438 votes. Next
jv order were Sidney Ellison,
i5, Harold Spaet, 2,250; Sam
Gold 2.078; Pat Perue, 1,454;
w. John Larimer, 392.
MIAMI18, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. TUNF. B iq*s'
PRESIDENT TO RETAIN
JUDGE AS HIS COUNSEL
Washington (JTA)President
ih,,m?1 annunced this week
Uiat jjHg Samuel I. Rosenman
vr\fireed to remain another
if nis special counsel. Judge
to fhnm?1 Vs special counsel
? iale President Roosevelt,
ZJhi "-'s'Sni in April, al-
!, he aRreed t0 remain tem-
B Lh',U1 President Truman
Llhat n Jnt months
ine on p un,nan has been wrk-
andZ, Pi'an relief Problems
JM Mie punishment of war crim-
FROM KILLING CHARGE
JDC, UPA. NRS AGREE
ON REVIVAL^ OF UIA
New York (WNS)An agree-
ment 6n the revival of the United
Jewish Appeal has been reached
this week between the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the United
Palestine Appeal and the Nation-
al Refugee Service, it was dis-
closed here by authentic sources
who said official confirmation of
the accord will be made when
the contract is signed.
Joseph Hyman, executive vice-
president of the JDC, admitted
that negotiations leading to a
compromise settlement had been
taking place, but that no an-
nouncement could be expected
until final details are worked ou
and the contracts signed.
It is understood that the Presi-
dent's War Relief Board brought
about the accord when all other
efforts to mediate or abitrate the
differences failed.
The UJA was dissolved, except
in Greater New York City, in
February, when the JDC and
the UPA disagreed over the di-
vision of funds to be collected
in 1945.
The reported settlement pro-
vides that, after the NRS has re-
ceived approximately $1,500,000
it needs to aid refugees in this
country for the coming year, the
balance of funds collected will
be divided on a 57-43 per cent
basis between, the other groups,
with JDC receiving the larger
share.
No official confirmation could
be secured from representatives
of either of the disputant groups
on terms of the reapproachment,
but it is further understood that
the Jewish National Fund, which
conducts a separate campaign,
will be permitted to make con-
tributions to the UPA, while the
JDC will be aided by "landsman
shaften," groups resident in this
country who came from Europe.
CHOOSE FHUKEL
AS PRESIDENT OF
E FOR AGED
Announcement is made of the
unanimous selection of Mayer
H. Frankel as president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged to
fill the vacancy created by the
sudden death of Alfred B. Rosen-
stein. Mr Frankel has accepted
the appointment, which was
made by the board of directors
**--*<
PRICE TEN CENTS
ONE SUICIDE AT FORT
ONTARIO SINCE START
MAYER H. FRANKEL
PS"and ,Zel' and -
frankfurtl b,ewi|dered, David
*e aftJr k 'e?ped out 'of W
ni"e year, in UVmg SDent abo1"
al'ng thP% pnx,on for assassin-
hei* GusUoff8 SS leader Wil-
** in ni,"' whlle the latter
^e releaav^-,ua Swiss report-
PaphS: te the Jewish Tele-
the ermsP"eS'ne' a? un"
enee hi mf. .\ hls orKinal
10 emieraio '^was tol(
^tence he m?.ix hls onKnl
^ as soon "st leave Switzer-
fut "I Stan ?S conditins per-
H and trv lcave Switzer-
E a eoSntw ^KStart life a
fe and ^.^"^e People can
^sted," h'k.WltThout being
7 Wofd of hi, af'd- ?e has "ad
_J^ion^ofYugoslavia
g5& ^W flag.
lotion of ,hlheA history and
fe& 4 andV* the Viki".
fit"01' Swi^8"?' Holland
<*ico. oweden, Russia an(j
CONFERENCE ACTS
ON HUMAN RIGHTS
AGENCY AT FRISCO
San Francisco (JTA) The
proposal to establish a Commis-
sion on Human Rights, advocated
by Jewish and non-Jewish con-
sultants to the U. S. delegation,
was adopted this week by the
Committee on Social and Eco-
nomic Cooperation of the United
Nations Conference.
National and international
civic groups will be enabled to
cooperate with the commission,
but will have to first consult
their respective governments, it
was pointed out after adoption
of the proposal.
An amendment introduced by
the Egyptian delegates providing
for joint trusteeships over cer-
tain areas by more than one
state was adopted by the trus-
teeship committee without any
dissenting votes. The amend-
ment would pave the way for
Egypt, or any other Arab state,
to petition the world security or-
ganization, at some later date,
to allow it to share the trustee-
ship over Palestine with Great
Britain-
(Speaking this week at a din-
at a recent meeting, and re-
ceived a pledge of loyalty and
support from the entire group.
Mr. Frankel, civic leader,
comes to this post with a back-
ground of efficiency and experi-
ence, having been one of the
founders and builders of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center, serving as first president
and now honorary life president.
His outstanding qualifications
have won for him an enviable
place in the Jewish community
of Greater Miami, which he
served over a period of years.
One of the first acts of the
new president was the calling of
a meeting of the general mem-
bership for Monday at 8:30 p. m.
at the Home, 335 S. W. 12th
Ave. At that time, plans for the
future will be formulated and
the outline for an early dedica-
tion of the Home discussed
Members are urged to attend,
and all interested men and wo-
men are invited.
Washington (JTA)There has
been one suicide at the Fort On-
tario refugee shelter at Ontario,
N. Y., and four residents have
been transferred to mental in-
stitutions since its establishment
last August, it was revealed here
by Dillon Myer, director of the
war Relocation Authority which
operates the shelter.
Mr Myer's statement was is-
sued in commenting on a peti-
tion of the Oswego Citizen's Ad-
visory Committee urging that the
984 refugees be allowed to be-
come American citizens, if they
so desire, or be given an oppor-
tunity to return to their home-
lands as soon as possible. The
petition, which will probably be
presented to Congress this week,
made the following recommend-
ations:
"1. The refugees who would,
except for their present peculiar
circumstances, be eligible under
our existing immigration quotas
should be permitted, should they
so desire, to become citizens of
the United States."
"2. Those who desire to return
to their homeland, or any por-
tion of the world, should be giv-
en the opportunity as soon as
conditions permit."
Acknowledging that the refu-
gees had agreed to return to
their native countries after the
war, the committee said, "it does
not seem fair to enforce commit-
ments which are inhumane and
which are accepted only in de-
speration. Regardless of what
they signed," the committee con-
tinued, "they cannot all go back
to their homelands, for, in some
cases, these have been destroyed
and approximately one-third
have been deprived of citizen-
ship in the countries of their
origin."
ARE ABROGATED
BY CZECH LEADERS
FIELD AGENT OF DADE
SAFETY COUNCIL HERE
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
FLAG DAY INSPIRED BY
LATE BENJ. ALTHEIMER
Although there are many
claimants to the distinction of
being the father of Flag Day,
the late Benjamin Altheimer,
New York and St. Louis philan-
thropist and a Ben B'rith, is
credited with having inspired the
first observance in St. Louis on
June 14, 1812- Through the ef-
forts of Senator Spencer, of Mis-
souri, who had been interested
in Flag Day by Altheimer, Pres-
ident Wilson issued the first na-
tional Flag Day proclamation in
R. B. Leopold, field represent-
ative for the National Safety
Council, is in Miami to assist the
Dade County Safety Council with
the safety campaign now under-
way- He arrived Monday to spend
a week here working with the
council.
While here he is addressing
various clubs and meeting with
Miami and county industrialists
to discuss the organization and
program of the local Safety
Council, which is affiliated with
the national group.
The Dade County Safety
Council is now operating on a
permanent basis, under the di-
rection of Thomas A. Gunn, bus-
iness manager, with headquar-
ters at the Central school build-
ing, 275 N. W. Second St., Mi-
ami. The organization is work-
ing to reduce the high accident
toll that costs the county each
year 180 lives and $6,000,000 in
loss.
Prague (JTA)A deceee is-
sued here by President Eduard
Benes of Czechoslovakia invali-
dates all Nazi-forced deals and
provides the foundation for the
return of Jewish property to the
rightful owners, although very
few Jewish survivors remain to
claim it.
The full text of the decree,
carried in local newspapers, says
that "all contracts, transactions,
judicial decisions regarding mo-
bile or immobile private or pub-
lic property are invalid, if un-
dertaken after Sept. 27, 1938. un-
der pressure of occupation, or
political, or racial or national
persecution."
The Czechoslovak government
is greatly perturbed over the
anti-Jewish and Fascist condi-
tions still prevailing in Slovakia
and is planning measures to
remedy the situation. It realizes
that seven years of a fascist re-
gime in Slovakia, which intim-
ately collaborated with the Nazi
government, has left a grave
heritage, and a stupendous edu-
cational task faces the govern-
ment in order to revive the de-
mocratic spirit in liberated
Slovakia.
FEDERATION HELD
L
AT BEApNTEH
Several hundred people were
present at the annual meeting
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation held at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, with Monte
Selig presiding. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman gave the invocation,
and was followed by the Bialak
Singing Society of the Bureau
of Jewish Education. Under the
direction of Cantor Emanuel
Barkan and with Miss Edith,
Freeman as accompanist, the
group presented a program of
Jewish music. Mrs. Max Dobrin.
read the minutes of last year's
meeting, followed by a financial
report read by Dr. Frank Coret.
A report by the president fol-
lowed.
Report of Federation's 1945
campaign was read by George
Chertkof. Stanley C Myers and
Irving K. Furst reported on the
Committee on Community Needs.
Joseph Rose, executive director
addressed the gathering and
Isaac Levin made his report on
the nominating committee,
which he served as chairman,
following the election of officers
and board members, awards
were made to past presidents,
and benediction was delivered by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Chose to serve Federation for
the coming year were: Max
**?"* President; Jacob Sfaer,
William D. Singer, Joseph R.
Stein, Carl Weinkle and Stan-
ley C. Myers, vice presidents;
M. J Kopelowitz, secretary; and
George Chertkof. treasurer. Sam
Blank is honorary president and
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
SAYS BRITISH EXCLUDE
JEWS FROM MEETING
London (JTA)The charge
that the British Government,
appeasing the Arabs, facilitated
the presence of Arab delegations
at San Francisco, but excluded
Jewish representation there, was
made this week by Harold Laski,
noted economist and a leader of
the British Labor Party, in a
statement to the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. Mr. Laski also
predicted that the present Brit-
ish policy may lead to "a trans-
fer of the scene of Jewish mas-
sacre from Central Europe to
the Middle East."
ANNUAL $5 USE STAMP
ON SALE TOMORROW
Bucharest (JTA)The death
sentences imposed on May 23 on
twenty-nine war criminals, in-
cluding several responsible for
the massacre of tens of thous-
ands of Jews in Transnistria,
were commuted to life imprison-
ment this week by King Michael.
The annual $5 federal auto use
tax stamps go on sale June 9-
C. R. Cave, deputy internal
revenue collector, reminded
motorists that they have until
June 30 to procure the stamps,
which must be displayed on the
windshield.
The stamps are on sale in the
post office and in the internal
revenue office, room 353, fed-
real building.
COMMITTEE TO HAVE
SERIES OF Y MEETINGS
Abe Kurman, chairman of the
Town "Y" Membership Cam-
paign, has announced that a
series of meetings is being plan-
ned for the Membership Cam-
paign of the Town "Y." The
Membership Campaign Planning
Committee met at the "Y" and
outlined the policies of the cam-
paign.
The campaign will start on
Wednesday evening, June 20th,
with a cocktail party at the "Y"
with Leo Ackerman and Bill
Singer as hosts- At this time,
prospect cards will be distribut-
ed to the captains and teams.
Membership soliciations will be
made until July 4 when a vic-
tory rally will be held at the
Those present at the Cam-
paign Planning Committee meet-
ing, in addition to the chairman,
were Mina Lavine, Ted Sako-
witz, George Chertkof, Bill Sing-
er, Leo Ackerman, Max Jacobs-
kind, Sam Miller, Nat Blumberg,
M J. Kopelowitz, B. A. Sterling
and Joe Rose.
The first American flag plant-
ed in the city of Algiers at the
start of the North African in-
vasion was carried by Corp Hy-
man I. Shakin of New York.

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PERSONALS
Mrs. Max Kupferstein has re-
turned after spending several
weeks in New York.
Mrs H. Growman, 1627 N. W.
1st St. left this week to join
her husband and daughter in i
New York where they will spend
the summer.
Mrs. Ida Optner, 2353 S W.
24th Ten, has her brother Joseph
H. Optner of Chicago, as a house
guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Green will
leave June 7 for a four week's
visit in New York and New Jer-
sey with their children and
friends. Mr. Green is executive
secretary of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Cong.
Miss Ruth Brotman has left
for Detroit to appear in a con-
cert there. Enroute she will sing |
for servicemen at the Percy
Jones hospital, Battle Creek,
Mich., an dat other USO centers-
Miss Brotman's mother, Mrs.
N. Brotman, of Montreal, who
spent the winter here with her
daughter, also left for Detroit
to attend the Bar Mitzvah of
her grandson. Asher Weisman.
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PERSONALS_________

Mr and Mrs. Louis Nathan
are in Cincinnati visiting with
a relative, Mrs. Joseph B. Filgen
whose husband is on duty with
the armed forces in Belgium.
Philip Emmet, son of Mr and
Mrs. Dave Emmer. left for a I
month's stay in New York June
3, Philip, who graduated lrom
Miami Beach Senior high school
this year, will enter C.eorgia
Tech "on July 2.
Rabbi and Mrs. Saul B. Appel-
baum left Monday evening for
the North. While away, they |
will visit with friends and rela-
tives in Chicago. Cleveland and
New York, returning here July
15 Rabbi Appelbaum serves as
spiritual head at Temple Israel.
Anvuta Melicov presented the
last of her series of pupils' recit- !
als Sund.iv m her home studio, j
1045 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
leaving for a three months
vacation in the north.___________
BIRTHS
FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945
BRISM
Brism for the sons ofM^
Mrs. Louis Teplitz, Mr and Mw
Ralph Gold, Mr. and M?s Eft-
ton Liebert, took place this ni
with Rabbi S. M. MachteiPo
ficiating. w"
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a moiium^t"
to the memory .of the late Mor.
ris Plant will take place Sunday
June 10, at 2 p. m. in the Tern'
pie Israel section of Woodlawn
cemetery. Dr. Jacob H. Kaolan
will officiate. All friends are
asked to attend
Announcement is made this
week of the engagement of Miss
Edith Freeman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Freeman. 1764
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, to
Cpl. Alvin Lieberman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Lieberman.
of St Paul, Minn.
Miss Freeman graduated from
the Juilliard School of Music
and has been active in local
musical circles. She is at present
a member of the faculty at Mi-
ami Edison high school.
Cpl. Lieberman is a graduate
of the University of Minnesota
and a member of Phi Epsilon Pi
fraternity.
The marriage is expected to
take place this month.
Eddie Cantor. I. J. Fox, New
York merchant: Harry Kasten-
baum, of Rockford, 111., and the
late Benjafin Altheimer, all
members of B'nai B'rith, are
among the 40 men and women
who have received the rare
honor of life membership in the
Order of the Flag, the legion of
I honor of the United States Flag
1 Association-
Dr. and Mrs. Theodore F.
Arvan. 129 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, announce the birth
of a daughter. Aiiene Lynn, May
26 in St. Francis hospital.
Dr. Arvan. a dentist in New
York for ten years before com-
ing here, has recently been dis-
charged after 29 months of duty
with the armed forces and has
taken up his practice on the
Beach.
The former Hortense Landcs-
man. Mrs. Arvan was well-
known in local musical circles
before her marriage.
UNVEILING
Services for the
Unveiling of a Memorial
to the Memory of
MORRIS PLANT
will take place
Sunday, June 10th,
at 2 P. M.
Temple Israel Section
Woodlawn Park
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Moses,
353 Grand Concourse, Miami
Shores, announce the birth of a
son. Michael Alan. June 2 at St.
Francis hospital-
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Frankel,
Miami Beach, announce the birth
of a daughter, Marjorie C at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, on
June 5th.
Dr. and Mrs A. Lester Step-
ner announce the birth of a son
Stephen Avery, May 16 at St.
Francis hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. David Isen. 5120
Cherokee Ave., Miami Beach,
are the parents of a son born
last week in Washington, D. ..
At ceremonies April 30 in
Brooklyn, N. Y., the former Sel-
ma Nagle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin Nagle of Jamaica.
N. Y.. became the bride of S 1/c
Frederick A Friedman, USNR,
son of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Fried-
man, of 2340 S. W. 25th Ave.,
Miami.
Grandparents of the groom are
Mr. and Mrs- Morris Dubler, pio-
neer Miamians.
SISTERHOOD HEAD
HOSTESS TO BOARD
Mrs. Harry Genet, vice presi-
dent of the Sisterhood of Con-
gregation Beth Jacob was host-
ess to members of the board at
a luncheon at her home, 1936
Michigan Ave. on Wednesday
last.
Guests included Mrs- Jack
Hirsch, Mrs. Rose Hayes, Mrs.
Samuel M. Grundwerg. Mi's.
Anno Berow, Mrs. Sam Schach-
no, Mrs. Maurice Mamches. Mrs.
Joseph Brenner and Mrs. Anna
Berger.
DR. MAX PEPPER
HAVING RETURNED FROM MILITARY SERVICE
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF HIS OFFICE AT
407 Ingraham Building
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Miss Suzanne Davis, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Davis,
253 S. W. 66th Ave., became the
bride of S/Sgt Isidore Ratthaus
at ceremonies Wednesday at the
home of Rabbi Max Shapiro. A
buffet supper at the Davis home
followed the service. Attending
Miss Davis was Miss Joyce Stoll-
mack Best man was Seaman
Marvin Apte.
Sgt. Ratthaus, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Ratthaus, 650 Meri-
dian Ave.. Miami Beach, has re-
cently returned from 20 month's
duty in the European theatre.
After a 30-day furlough here,
he will go to Ft. McPherson, Ga.,
for reassignment.
Mrs. Ratthaus will reside with
her parents for the present-
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rab-
bi Simon April officiated at the
wedding Sunday evening of Miss
Elyse Newman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Myron Newman, of this
city, and Seymour Gladstone,
BM 1/c, at Temple Israel-
Following the elaborate cere-
mony, a buffet dinner and dance
was held in Kaplan hall.
The couple plan to reside in
Banana River, Fla., where the
groom is stationed, following a
honeymoon in California.
DELTA PHI EPSILON
ENTERTAIN MISS ROSE
Entertained by local members
of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
while on a visit here was Miss
Charlotte Rose, of Jacksonville,
southern regional president of
the group.
Affairs included a dinner at
the home of Miss Gerne Green-
berg, also a member of the na-
tional executive council; a tea
in the Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
room at the University of Mi-
ami; a dinner party at the San
Juan restaurant; and a buffet
supper at the home of Mrs.
Ethyl Gerson, Coral G;ibles. At
that time Miss Rose witnessed
the installation of newly-elected
officers of the local Omega chaD-
ter, conducted by outgoing re-
gina Natalie Frankel.
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13 000 movie tickets have been
..Phased by the Miami Beach
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Bff according .to the May re-
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CThe"prcsentation of gifts as
nrizes at various army affairs
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rircus were bought and distri-
buted among the four army com-
mands on Miami Beach. The
SsrJicemen secured the circus and
movie tickets from the office of
cpecial Services of the Miami
Beach Service Base, Army Air
Forces Redistribution Station 2,
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Beach merchants participate in
the various phases of the Hos-
pitality program carried on by
the committee. In addition, thirty
restaurants and hotel dining
rooms continue to extend cour-
tesp dinners to members of the
Armed Forces.
RULES GIVEN FOR
GAS APPLICATIONS
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It is anticipated that numerous
applications for occupational
mileage under the new "B" ceil-
ing will be received by the local
War Price and Rationing Boards
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doubtedly be a delay in these is-
suances.
In order to facilitate the board
in determining the need of the
applicant, Wesley Bunce, the
acting chairman, has announced
that they will require all ap-
plicants to attach to their ap-
plication a letter on the letter-
head of the business involved
setting forth the duties of the
applicant and the mileage re-
quired to cover these duties
signed by the applicant's immed-
iate superior. If the applicant
has no immediate superior, a
letter will be required on his
own letterhead setting forth this
same information.
It is hoped that the public
will cooperate to the extent of
seeing that all applications for
occupational mileage after June
11 will be accompanied by a
letter described above.
It is requested that each ap-
plicant use all of his present
gasoline currency before apply-
ing for increased mileage.
Government Agencies Praised
For Aid to Jewish Relief
New York (JTA)Revealing
that since Pearl Harbor more
than $1,000,000,000 had been con-
tributed by the American peo-
ple for local social services, wel-
fare of the armed forces and ov-
erseas relief and rehabilitation,
Isidore Sobeloff, president of the
National Conference of Jewish
Social Welfare, gave high praise
to the cooperation of govern-
mental and quasigover-nmental
agencies in the field of overseas
relief and rehabilitation work of
Jewish voluntary agencies.
DR. KAPLAN PRESIDENT
OF RABBINICAL ASSN.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan is now
serving his 7th consecutive term
as president of the Florida State
Rabbinical Association. Dr Kap-
lan was chosen at the annual
state meeting in Tampa last
month.
Jerusalem (JTA)Buildings of
an ancient city called Beth Yer-
bach, which was, apparently, a
prosperous market town of Pal-
estine about 2,500 years ago,
have been uncovered on the
southwestern shore of the Sea
of Galile in northern Palestine,
it is reported in Davar. An ex-
pedition led by Dr Benjamin
Maisler and Dr. Moshe Stekolis
of the Hebrew University has
been excavating on the site since
last winter, with funds supplied
by the Jewish National Fund.
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B'nai B'rith Sholom Lodge
will hold its June meeting on
Tuesday, at 8 p. m., in Beth
David Synagogue. The auxiliary
will hold its regular meeting on
the same night in the synagogue.
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FRIDAY. JUNE 8,




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The Jewish Floridian
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P. O. Box 2973_______________________________phone 2-1141
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Office
of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879
FRED K. SHOCHET, Managing Editor
Six Months, $1.00
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MIAMI 18. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1945
SIVAN 27, 5705
VOLUME 17
NUMBER 23
HOUSE BILL 232
House Bill 232 has become law. The Governor of the State
of Florida signed into law a measure that will make history for
the state and establish a precedent for the South.
The bill creates "an act making it unlawful to print or pub-
lish any publication or printed matter which tends to expose
any individual or religious group to hatred, contempt, or ridi-
cule, unless the true name and address of the person causing
the same to be printed or published be printed or written
thereon."
The new law has far reaching import. Too long have un-
scrupulous individuals and groups been able to disseminate
in vicious presentations this hate-mongering, smelly type of
scurrilous printed matter. With no fear of detection and with-
out the courage to disclose themselves as the source, ridicule
and hate venom have been injected upon group and individual.
This cloak of anonymity has made it difficult for those ex-
posed to defend and fight back these ruthless bearers of ill will.
The law will not completely eliminate this practice. It has suf-
ficient teeth to make it very uncomfortable for anyone afraid
to come out in the open with tactics of this type.
Much credit is due those drafting the measure. The law
emanated horn and was prepared by the Florida Regional Of-
fice of the Anti-Defamation League. The director and his com-
mittee spent much effort in guiding its passage and gaining the
necessary support to see the measure through both houses and
into the Governor's hands
The ADL office can be proud of this success. It is but one
of many worthwhile endeavors it has projected in the public
relation field. In activity of this nature, publicity is not sought.
It is proper to give credit where due. "Hats off to the ADL for
this splendid piece of work."
IN THE MAIL BOX
CLASS MEMBERS TO
AID IN EXERCISES
June 4, 1945.
Dear Editor:
I was born in Switzerland and
reared in Germany and am thus
known as a German Jewess-
I have chosen American as
Graduation exercises for the
Sunday School of the Schaarei
Zedek Talmud Torah of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will take place Sunday,
June 10, at the Talmud Torah,
1545 S. W. 3rd St., under the di-
rection of Rabbi Simon April.
the country of which I would be | Services will begin promptly at
most proud to become a citizen, j 8:15 p- m.
I am now, and have been, a Those graduating are Bernard
citizen of the United States for
about a year and a half.
America opened her door and
Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
L. Ross; Morton Erstling, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Erstling;
her heart to the oppressed peo- i Bertram B. Moss, son of Mr. and
pies of Europe, and now that we
are here, we find that we are
still oppressed by our fellow
Jews. We are continually told,
by people whose ancestors had
the foresight to come to Ameri-
can years ago, that we are f|r-
eigners or refugees and do not
have the right to express
thoughts.
I would like to impress on your
readers that we are all Jews,
and whether from Europe or
America, must all work togeth-
er, not separately, in order to
survive.
As I said before, I am proud
to be an American citizen and
do not feel that I should be shun-
ned by other Jews, whose par-
ents alone had the foresight to
come to America years ago.
Please bring this to the atten-
tion of our American Jews, and
impress upon them that sur-
vival of the Jews depends upon
unity of the Jews, whether born
in America or Europe!
Respectfully yours,
T. S.
A Refugee (but an Ameri-
can Citizen).
CONFERENCE ADOPTS
PROPOSAL OF RIGHTS
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
ner at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel
in honor of Prince Abdul-Ilah,
Regent of Iraq. William Philips,
assistant to the Secretary of
State, expressed the U. S. Gov-
ernment's approval of the Lea-
gue of Arab States and predict-
ed that it would not only benefit
each member state, but would
enable them to participate in im-
portant tasks facing the United
Nations. Stressing the import-
ance the U. S. places on strength-
ening friendship with the Arab
states, Mr. Phillips disclosed
plans to develop airlines which
will bring cities of the United
States and the Arab world with-
in 48 hours of each other.)
Meanwhile, American, Russian
and British experts were seek-
ing of the so-called "Palestine
ing of the so-calle "Palestine
clause'* in the trusteeship agree-
ments, the elimination of which
was asked by the Soviet delega-
tion, which apparently fears that
the clause might be interpreted
so as to "freeze" the status of
the peoples in mandated areas
and prevent their eventual in-
dependence.
Commander Harold Stassen,
speaking for the U, S. delega-
tion, told the Jewish Telegraph-
ic Agency that the delegation
will not agree to the Soviet re-
quest that the disputed para-
graph be dropped, but it may
agree to a change in its wording
so long as it guarantees that the
status of the mandated from the
League of Nations to the trustee-
ship system which will be estab-
lished by the United Nations
Conference-
"We do not advocate any
rights that do not exist in the
League of Nations' mandates,"
he said. Without mentioning the
word "Palestine," he expressed
confidence that all matters per-
taining to the peoples in the
mandated territories will be
solved satisfactorily to all. Other
delegates also indicated that
while language changes in the
disputed paragraph are expected,
the substance and overall inten-
tion of the paragraph will re-
main.
JUDITH WOLPERT WINS
HIGH SCHOOL HONORS
"Taking over," at the gradua-
tion exercises of the Miami
Senior high school last Friday
evening, was Miss Judith Wol-
pert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Wolpert.
The young lady, former Mi-
ami Daily News school column-
ist, was awarded two cups and
a scholarship to Wellesley Col-
lege
She served as valedictorian of
her classand received the Del-
ta Zeta cup for being the girl
with the highest average, and
the Sigma Kappa cup as the
school's "best all-around girl."
Mrs. Edward A. Moss; Sanford
Ofsowitz, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morris Ofsowitz; Marcia Han-
non, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hannon; Larraine Shirley
Jacobskind, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Jacobskind; Judith
Black, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hugo Black; Marcia Maxine
Baum, daughter of Captain and
Mrs. Joe Baum; Irene Kesten-
baum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kestenbaum; and Ros-
alyn Frank, daughter of Mr- and
Mrs. David A. Frank.
Each member of the class will
participate in the evening's pro-
gram, and a musical presentation
has been arranged. A reception
will follow the ceremonies ten-
dered to the graduates and their
guests by the auxiliary.
Mrs. Simon April was in
charge of the class during the
past year.
B'NAI BTUTH REPORTS
LARGE BOND SALES
CARDIAC HOME TO
HOLD PARTY MONDAY
MISS JUDITH WOLPERT
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE______
1945
yjtAktfq eongidentUd
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
Dade Chapter. National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Home, will hold
a card party and afternoon of
tames Monday, June 11 at the
lackstone Hotel, Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, at 1:30 p. m.
Mrs. Gertrude Wechsler and her
committee have arranged a
pleasant afternoon and invites
members and their friends. Re-
freshments will be served".
Milton A. Friedman, chair-
man of the 7th War Loan Drive
Committee of B'nai B'rith re-
ports the sale of $650,00 of War
Bonds to date- Mrs. Sam Gold-
man, chairman of the women's
division reports that her com-
mittee has thus far sold $100,000
of War Bonds. In addition to
manning booths a telephone
committee under the direction of
Mrs. Matilda Rosenthal is ac-
tive in obtaining bond subscrip-
tions.
Keep your ears open
Also your eyes
Down through the years
You'll grow wise!
The class leader was editor of
the "Miami," senior yearbook,
news editor of the "Times," stu-
dent newspaper, member of the
National Honor society, presi-
dent of the National Forensic
league, was Miami high's repre-
sentative at the Southern District
Student Congress of the Forensic
league and was elected state sen-
ator to go to the league's na-
tional convention in Washing-
ton.
Judith will leave in two weeks
for Camp Burgiss-Glen in Cedar
Mountain, N. C. where she will
act as a counsellor for the sum-
mer In the fall she will enter
Wellesley to major in political
science and Spanish.
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STORY OF THE WEEK ...
Walter Winchell told it, and it should be read by e
American concerned about the democratic way of liie V6rf
happened near a Fire Island beach recently, says Walter
A plane flew low and suddenly soomed into a dive and d"
appeared into the Atlantic .The pilot's body could not 1*
found Residents of the summer village helped in the search
but in vain ... But a wing of the plane was thrown high on th
beach, as were some of the pilot's personal effects $o
photographs, a folded bit of paper citing the pilot for brave16
in action in the South Pacific And some one found 2
wallet, with his nameLt. B. E. Goldstein It lay a ston '
throw from a signpost which reads: "You are now enterinq Sen8
view, a restricted community."
YOU SHOULD KNOW .. .
One of these days we shall have to look into the affairs of
a certain office located at 42nd Street, New York Recently
that office syndicated "Extracts from Remarks on the Problem
of the Jewish Race" by a writer named Alice A. Bailey y/e
did not like these "remarks" one bit We shall report further
on Miss Bailey Secretary Morgenthau is fighting for the
Yalta agreement providing for the use of German prisoners in
the rebuilding of destroyed properties in the Soviet Union
He is encountering strong opposition frqrn State Department
quarters Professor A. S. Yehuda, who is attending the San
Francisco Conference as a member of the Zionist Revisionist
delegation of observers, is unquestionably the greatest authori-
ty on Arab affairs at that international confab There is not
incidentally, a crumb of truth in the rumors that Rabbi Abba
Hillel Silver will accept the presidency of the Revisionist World
Zionist Organization.
LITERARY DEPARTMENT ...
How come some of our favorite editors are overlooking one
of the most significant features ever offered the Anglo-Jewish
press? We refer to the exquisite English translation of
Mendele's Yiddish masterpiece "The Travels of Benjamin the
Third" The papers using this serial are reporting an en-
thusastic family reaction "War Is a Headache," by Louis
Yale Borkon, a slender and unpretentious volume, is some-
thing you'll enjoy reading Borkon, publisher and editor of
the Pittsburgh Jewish Leader, has written his book in the form
of thirty letters from Louie, a Jeyish immigrant, to Charlie, his
soldier brother in the U. S. Army ... A vivid book that is both
witty and penetrating ... In case you've been wondering, we
can tell you that a major biographical work on the late Supreme
Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis is in the making The author
is the husband of Brandeis' daughter, Susan Gilbert Novel
ist Howard Fast is looking forward to competition from within
his own family ... A new novel to be published soon, entitled
"Watchful at Night," is by his brother, Sgt. Julius Fast .
Varian Fry, who helped rescue so many refugees from France
early in the European war, reports that the most difficult of the
jobs he undertook was the rescue of novelist Franz Werfel ..
"I even had to carry a large part of the manuscript of The Song
of Bernadette' across the Pyrenees myself," says Mr. Fry, who
recounts some of his adventures in his recently published book
"Surrender on Demand."
MUSICAL NOTES .
Some years ago violinist Nathan Milstein acquired a beau-
tiful Stradivarius, which, however, he didn't use in his concerts
... In fact, he took a vow that he wouldn't play it until after
the defeat of Hitler ... So now he's planning to use that price-
less fiddle at his future performances Composer Robert
Stolz (he's not Jewish, by the way) prepared for recent events
as long ago as 1938 That's when he composed a piece he
called "Hitler's Funeral March"and now he's looking forward
to giving it its first public performance The Victor record
people are celebrating the issuing of their thousandth Red Seal
albumand you'll be interested to know that it's a recording
of "Boris Godounoff" in Russian, starring basso Alexander
Kipnis.
ABOUT PEOPLE .
The exhibit of 22 canvases by Emanuel Romano, son of the
late sculptor Enrico Glicenstein, at the Lilienfeld Galleries in
New York is attracting national attention His painting "War-
saw Ghetto" is described as "at once monumental, passionate
and spiritual" ... In the case you've been wondering what
Mrs. Herbert H. Lehman is doing while the ex-Governor keeps
busy with the UNRRA, we can tell you that she works as a
nurse's aide in a Washington hospital Arlene Meyer has
been appointed assistant secretary of the Jewish Pan-American
Committee, a body furthering closer interrelationship between
the Jewish communities of Latin American countries WjJ
J. Smith, one of the topnotch commercial airline pilots, spends
his leisure composing popular tunes You'll be glad to know
that Louis goes to shul quite regularly ... Lee Kalech, 21-year-
old assistant to theatrical producer Billy Rose, is an unusual
girl She has many duties, but her real job is to keep every
member of the cast in good humor Billy is so much in*
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jBlDAY.JUNLL^i-
prOMINENT RABBI WILL
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^Jewisl, noridictn
Lehrman will
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.l6 tlo week's speaking tour
la >H bv the National Con-
iCeJf Christians and Jews.
gfp is partof the organiza-
RABBI IRVING LEHRMAN
.i s national army program of
(locating servicemen to win the
leace.
Appearing as one of a trio, the
tlher two members a Catholic
fcriest and a Protestant minister,
Rabbi will address thous-
j of servicemen at various
ny installations. The program
J start June 11 at Camp Gor-
lon. Augusta, Ga., and will be
(included on June 24.
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MIAMI FURRIERS WILL
OPEN NEW FUR SALON
S. J. Destro, manager of Mi-
ami Furriers, Inc.. announces
the formal opening of his new
fur salon at 33 N. W. 1st St. An
elaborate collection of fine fur
pieces and coats are on display
many designed for the occa-
sion by Mr. Destro, with his co-
worker, Miss Gerran, a former
dress designer in Chicago
I. Ungar, who once worked
with Bergman of Vienna, will
have charge of the tailoring de-
partment.
The most modern furrier
methods will be employed in re-
modeling, dyeing, and cleaning
furs, and the salon will special-
ize in fur storage.
BETH JACOB SCHOOL
HAS SPECIAL COURSE
The Beth Jacob Religious
school, 311 Washington Ave.. has
this week inaugurated a special
fifteen week summer course for
all children of elementary school
age. Classes convene for one hour
daily, Monday through Friday,
with a special class for begin-
ners from 11 to noon. Teachers
are Cantor Maurice Mamches
and Mrs. Rebecca Kelemer.
All children of elementary
school age are invited to regis-
ter and attend.
JOINT BOARD MEETING
OF Ys ON MONDAY EVE
A joint meeting of the boards
of directors of the Town Y and
the Beach Y will be held on
Monday evening, June 11, at the
Beach Y.
At this meeting, Matthew
Penn, field secretary of the
southern section* of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, will pre-
sent his report of the community
survey which he conducted sev-
eral months ago.
Another guest will be Dr.
Moses H. Chaseman, newly ap-
pointed director of the Jewish
Center Division of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, who is
making his first visit here.
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ICOR COMMITTEE WILL
GIVE CONCERT JUNE 10
Celebrating 11 years of au-
tonomy in Biro-Bidjan and 10
years publication of "Nailebn"
the Greater Miami Icor commit-
tee will hold a concert Sunday
M 8 p m. in Beth David con-
gregation.
hnA.hPe^rin,g on Jhe P^m will
t>e the Turkevich brothers, play-
ing the violin and piano, and
vocalist Rose Arons. Rabbi Max
Shapiro and Irving K. Furst, of
Federation will bring greetings.
Morris Holtman will be guest
ROSENSTEIN SERVICES
HELD LAST FRIDAY
Funeral services for the late
i reS Rosenstein were held
last Friday afternoon at River*
side Memorial Chapel, with an
over-flow gathering present.
Kabbi Irving Lehrman conduct-
ed services, assisted by Cantor
Emanuel Barkan. Delivering eu-
logies on behalf of the commun-
ity were Rabbi Max Shapiro and
Monte Sehg, president of Fed-
eration.
FRIDAY. JUNE 8:
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress, Friday Review, 1:30
p. m.
MONDAY, JUNE 11:
Miami Service league meeting.
Town "Y," 8:15 p. m.; Hadassah
regulifr meeting, 2 p. m.; Bureau
of Jewish Kducatlon Board of Di-
rectors meeting. Federation office,
1002 Congress Bldg., 8 p. m.; Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home,
card and mah jongg party, 1 p. m.
TUESDAY, JUNE 12:
...SlT?.1 ,J'r'th STiolem Dodge, 8 p. m.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13:
Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692,
executive committee meeting, 8:30
p. m.
THURSDAY, JUNE 14:
Jewish Social Service Bureau,
board meeting, Beth David. 8:00
P. m.
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FASHION DECREES
TIGHTER BELTS
Fashion notes for the late
spring and summer, according to
official Washington sources, de-
cree tighter belts as certain
stocks of basic foods decline
but there's many a wise house-
wife whose family will continue
to let out their belts an un-
fashionable notch or two in com-
plete mealtime satisfaction,
thanks in great measure to
Manischewitz Matzo Meal.
The effect of dwindling egg
supplies can easily be overcome
by stretching the family quota
in matzo meal omelettes and
pancakes, left-overs of canned
vegetables can take on a com-
pletely new guise, provide an
interesting addition to the family
menu when they're served up as
vegetable cutlets, conveniently
expanded with Manischewitz
Matzo Meal to provide satisfy-
ing servings for the entire fam-
ily; and, of course, there's a vast
host of other matzo meal favor-
ites that require little or no ra-
tioned ingredientshelp to round
out the family menu, econom-
ically, and with little fuss or
bother. So prepare to let out
your belts and say "Ah!" .
signifying satisfaction achieved
through recipes made with pure,
smoother-mixing Manischewitz
Matzo Meal. And if you want to
perform a real community serv-
ice, pass on this information to
your customersthey've got to
eat, too!
Andas long as we've on the
subject of more adequate meals,
it's in line to mention Manis-
chewitz American Matzos. an-
other popular daily food in
countless homes. As a year-round
addition to the daily menu,
Manischewitz American Matzos
are now firmly entrenched a
basic part of every meal for
thousands of families from coast-
to-coast,because there's no other
product like them. Manischewitz
American Matzos provide a
lighter, brighter touch at meal-
timeland a gracious note of in-
terest to the menu with their
distinctive flavor and crackling-
crisp oven freshness. Many a
housewife who never dreamed
of matzos as a daily food now
uses this distinctively different
product as a base for salads and
open sandwiches, as a quick, re-
freshing between-meal snack for
youngsters, as a compact, ver-
satile addition to picnic lunches
and buffet suppers. It takes lit-
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MORRIS I'OXCHKR
JOSEPH WEINHERG
MILTON A. FR1KDMAN
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5/11-18-25 6/1-8
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
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NOTICE IS HKRHltV OIVEN that
Robert R. Perry and Mary A. Perry,
husband and wife, holders of State
and County Tax Certificate No. 1125
Issued the 5th day of June. A.D.
19:19, haw filed same In my office, and
has made application for a tax deed
to be issued thereon. Said Certificate
embraces the following described
property in the County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
Lota 7 to 9. Block 14. Woodland
Addition, a Sub.. Plat Book 6. Page
85, In the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of Mrs. James Morrison.
Unless said certificate shall be
redeemed according to law. the prop-
erty described therein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court
House door on the first Monday In
the month of July, 1945, which Is the
2nd day of July, 1945.
Dated this 5th day of June. 1945.
E. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court. Dade
County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal)
By N. C. STERRETT, D. C.
6/8-15-22-29
tie convincing to show most peo-
ple the many advantages of
Manisehewitr American Matzos
the taste and obviously su-
perior quality of this fine pro-
duct turns the trick at first bite.
New York (JTA)Support of
the demands of the Jewish Agen-
cy embodied in a memorandum
submitte to the British govern-
ment last month, asking, among
oher things, for he establish-
ment of Palestine as a Jewish
Commonwealth, was voiced at
the closing session of a three-day
conference of the Mizrachi Or-
ganization of America held at
the Hotel New Yorker.
The enemy's ears
Are opened wide
So military secrets
We must hide!
Palestine Jews Have No
Grounds for Pessimism
Jerusalem (JTA)There is no
ground for the pessimism pre-
vailing among Palestine Jews
concerning the future of the
country, Dr. Jomes G. Heller,
president of the United Palestine
Appeal of the United States de-
clared his week.
Dr Heller, who arrived here
last week, told the Jewish Tel-
egraphic Agency that all reports
reaching Zionist leadersbut
which cannot be revealedindi-
cate that a solution of the Pal-
estine problem favorable to the
Jews is in the offing. The de-
cision might be postponed owing
to the complicated situation in
the world, he added, ... but "we
must have a little patience. ..
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TFR MIAMI ARMY-NAVY COMMITTEE Supported by Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Of The JewiBh Weliare Board Help Ui Keep a Record ol Our Men in Service
(9&\ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
1 PARADE!
SERVICE
h
(TJJyMOND KAHN
liLED INACTION
J n, iue of May 25 Service
ISe ^ported Lt. Raymond
t Kahn, first pilot
on a Liberator
bomber, as miss-
ing over China
April 28.
His parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Kahn, 1135 S.
W. 6th St., have
now been noti-
' M fied that their
" sonshot down
over Shanghi
has been listed
as dead.
Kahn graduat-
ld from Miami Senior High
Unnl here and attended the
RSwrsity of Miami a year be-
C entering service. Besides
fr parents, he leaves a sister.
fhirley, of the home address.
Corp. Marty Shanlcman, on
luty with an ordnance unit in
mm, has request for a grant
lor a patent for a "new and use-
ful improvement in thanks re-
vived official approval. Corp.
Kiankman waited 31 months for
hat patent applying for it while
Btioned at Fort Bragg. He is
he son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
junkman, 2301 S. W. 17th St.,
Ao received the papers for
ieir son.
Blton J. Katx, 1552 Washing-
^ve.. has completed train-
j in the aviation ordnance
cbool of the U. S- naval air
ucal training center at Nor-
Okla.
,w a seaman, first class,
i is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
urge M. Katz of the Wash-
ave., address.
LINCOLN HAD FLAG
WITH JEWISH LETTERS
ENSIGN GRADUATES
FROM CHICAGO
The only American flag bear- j
ing Hebrew letters was present-
ed to Abraham Lincoln in 1861 [
by Abraham Kohn, a member of
Chicago's Ramah B'nai B'rith
Lodge, a Jewish merchant and
civic leader, shortly after Lin-
coln's election to the Presidency.
Handmade of silk, the flag had
inscribed on it in black letters
the third to the ninth verses of
the first chapters of Joshua. Al-
though Lincoln acknowledged re-
cepit of the flag, its whereabouts
are a mystery. However, it is
mentioned in Admiral George H.
Preble's standard work on the
flag, "History of the Flag of the
United States."
Ensign J. David Liebman, son
of Mr. and Mrs A. Leibman, 541
Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach,
graduated with a high rating
from midshipman school in Chi-
cago on May 25 and will be sta-
' tk. Alexander Goldbeig. 2332
". W. 19th Ter, veteran of 14
lhs' overseas duty, as radio
J, landed with the 27th In-
mtry division in its initial as-
on Tsugen Shima, an is-
on the Ryukyus grup, 365
js from the Japanese. He took
talso in landings in the Mari-
Marvin G. Apte, gunner's
mate 3/c, who has just returned
from 13 months duty in the Pa-
cific, is spending a leave with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs Jack
Apte, 435 S. W. 31st Rd., before
returning to active duty on June
27.
A brother, Stuart, a cadet at
Gordon Military Academy in
Barnesville, Ga., is also home,
to spend the summer.
Pfc- Paul Kati, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Katz, 642 6th St.. Mi-
ami Beach, is an infantryman
with the Dixie division, now in
the Philippines.
Prt. Harold Mom. 3725 Pine
Tree Dr., Miami Beach, recently
was named on the honor roll of
the radio fundamental branch, a
special course of the radio op-
erators mechanic school, at Scott
Field, 111.
Back home on inactive status
after three years of army duty,
is Firtt Lt. Sol Rot fort, 2951
S. W. 1st Ave- He has recently
been stationed at the Lake
Charles, La., airfield. Two bro-
thers and a sister are also in
serviceCpl Lou Rotfort, sta-
tioned in Austin, Tex:; Ensign
Cecil Rotfort, with the Coast
Guard in New Orleans; and 1st
Lt. Irving Rotfort, in North
Carolina.
LEVINE WRITES OF
NAZI ATROCITIES
Horror at Nazi atrocities and
a plea that the civilized world
be "eternally vigilant" against
further rise of the brutal doc-
trine were expressed in a re-
cent letter received by Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Levine, 1308 Penn-
sylvania Ave., Miami Beach from
their son, Sgt. Dan Levine, in
Germany.
He had returned from an in-
spection of a concentration camp
where he talked with a Russian
family who had been confined
there and viewed for himself
the Nazi handiwork-
"The enemies must be de-
stroyed. They must never rise
again anywhere on earth. We
will never survive another Hit-
ler," he stated.
SYNAGOGUE OPENED
FIRST TIME IN YEARS
tioned in Miami for about two
months.
Formerly active in AZA and
Zionist work here, he graduated
from Miami Senior high school
two years ago and attended the
University of Miami for a short
time under the Navy V-12 pro-
gram.
HIGHLIGHTS OF ARMY
TRANSPORT COMMAND
WOUNDED IN ACTION
Pvt. Walter B. Beck. 19. Ma-
rine Corps, of Chicago, 111.; on
Iwo Jima.
Pfc. Jacob Bergman. 31, infan-
try, of Brooklyn; on Saipan.
Sgt. Lawrence L- Berlowe, 23,
infantry, of Chicago, III.; on
Leyte.
Pfc. Murrey D. Blum, 20, in-
fantry, of Scranton, Pa.; twice;
first in Gemany, thee months
late, in Belgium.
With the Seventh Army in
GermanyThe portals of one of
the largest and most attractive
synagogues in Germany, at Augs-
burg, were opened to Jewish
services for the first time in
eleven years. Mapor M. A.
Braude, Seventh Army Jewish
Chaplain, of Chicago, conducted
the services and was assisted by
Sergeant Samuel Jacobson of
Jacksonville, Fla. and Corporal
Bernard E- Farber, formerly
Rabbi at the Agudath Achim
Congregation, Louisville, Ky.
Approximately 100 American
soldiers attended the services,
and several German-Jews who
had been in hiding came to the
synagogue and worshipped to-
gether with the soldiers. The
Chaplain's flag, the blue star of
David, was raised and lowered to
half mast in memory of Presi-
dent Roosevelt. It was flown
from a flag pole that had form-
erly held the swastika.
The synagogue, which had
been used as a meeting place
and a warehouse by the Nazis,
was built in 1913. It covers about
one-half a city block. The Ark
and organ were the only items
missing, and the stone plaque at
the entrance, a commemorating
|the founding of the congregation
in 1284 remained as a testimonial
of endurance of a strong faith.
Chaplain Braude is the hus-
band of Mrs. Eunice Braude, 636
Sheridan Rd-, Chicago. His mo-
ther, Mrs. Rose Braude, resides
at 5741 Kentucky Ave., Pitts-
burgh, Pa. Sergeant Jacobson is
the husband of Mrs. Sylvia
Jacobson, 2886 College, Jack-
sonville, Fla.
Highlights of the Army's re-
deployment plan in which Air
Transport Command's Miami
Army Air Field is already play-
ing an important part were ex-
plained today.
About 2,000,000 men will be
returned to civil life during the
next 12 months-
Two thirds of the combat units
to be sent to he Pacific will come
through the United States (may
come through Miami Army Air
Field), and will be given fur-
loughs.
The larger portion of the serv-
ice troops needed in the Pacific
will go there directly.
Nearly 7,000,000 men will be
needed to defeat Japan.
Aim is to transport sufficient
troops to the Pacific to insure
the defeat of Japan in the short-
est possible time with the small-
est cost in American lives.
The big facor will be shipping
space and ATC planes available
to move the troops.
"One of the biggest jobs fac-
ing the Air Transport Command
is the task of transferring fight-
ing men from the European The-
ater of Operations to the Pacific
war theaters," declared Lt. Col.
Joseph C. Mackey, commanding
Miami Army Air Field in the
absence of Col. James C. Jensen-
"Thousands of troops will be
flown directly to the Pacific
while others will be brought
home for furloughs before re-
turning to the battle fronts or
to civil life under the Redeploy-
ment Plan. ATC planes are con-
tinuing to play an important role
in supplying troops remaining in
Europe."
All in all, it was pointed out
by Col. Mackey, VE-Day simply
meant the end of one part of
the war; the beginning of a new
and more intensive phase.
Roxbury Sergeant Earns
Bronze Star for Brarery
Sgt. Leonard Cohen, 22, of
Roxbury, Mass, has received the
Bronze Star for gallantry in ac-
tion in Germany.
He was serving as a runner
with the field artillery when the
forward observer was wounded.
Cohen helped maintain th only
communication with th support-
ing artillery until joined by an-
other forward obscerver section.
He then assisted in combining
two radio sets to have one in op-
eration. During a counter attack
he helped evacuate the wounded
under enemy fire.
iRaJ^nd Zussmcm. 27-year-old Tank Corps officer, of De-
Amen>?se, magniiicent heroism against the Nazis earned him
The dp hi9hest award, the Congressional Medal of Honor.
loot Zum^0n' a Posthumous one. is to be presented to the gal-
Zussman, at ceremonies tomorrow
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In the Greater Miami
Houses of Worship
MIAMI BEACH JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER. Conservative,
1415 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach.
Kabbalas Shabbas at 7:15 p. m. Sat-
urday morning service at 9 a. m.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman will preach on
the Weekly Portion of the Law.
Cantor Emanuel Barkan will chant.
Bible class at 5:45 p. m. Mlncha
.service at 7:30 p. m.. Schalos Seudos
to follow. Maarlv at 8 p. m.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION.
Conservative, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Regular services Friday evening at
7:30 p. m. Saturday morning services
at 8:30 a. m. Pally Mlnyan. Rabbi
Max Shapiro and Cantor Abraham
Friedman will officiate.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM, Lib-
eral, 761 41at St., Miami_ Beach.
Friday evening services at 5:45 p. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL, Reform. 137 N.
E. 10th St.Regular services Friday
evening at 8:15 p. m. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will be In charge.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION,
Orthodox, 311 Washington Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach.Friday evening service
at 7:30 p. m. .Saturday morning serv-
ices at S:3il a. in. Schalos Seudos at
7:30 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will speak on the portion of the lav/.
Can'or Maurice Mamches will chant.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CON-
GREGATION, 590 S. W. 17th Ave.
Friday evening services at 7:.'I0 p, m.
and Saturday morning services at 9
a. m. Arnold, son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Jacob Pollock, will become liar mitz-
\:ih He win conduct services, read
In the Torah. and address the con-
gregation. Rabbi Simon April will
respond. Mincha service at 7:1" p.
m., followed by Schalos Seudos and
Maarlv. Graduation exerciser at the
Talmud Torah on June 10th at 8:1.",
p. m.
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Monte Selig immediate past
president.
Delegates-at-large include:
Leo Ackerman, George Adlcr, Rudy
R. Adler, Abe Allenberg, Jack August,
George Bertman, Many Boyell, Ben-
jamin Hronston. Charles 11. Cohen.
Mrs. Jack Cohen. Dr. Frank Coret.
Harrv Cornblum. Mrs. Max Pobrln,
Irving H. Krankcl, Jerome FreehUng,
Arthur Friedman, Milton A. Fried-
man, lien liiller, George Goldberg,
Abraham Goodman. Stuart Gordon,
Charles Greenfield. I-izar Grossberg.
LaiuIs Helman, Leonard Jacobus. Mrs.
Ada Joseph.
Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Abe Kurnian,
Pr. Alex Kushn.r. Samuel Ijuhman.
Hyman. Lalbson, Sidney Lefcourt.
Rabbi I. Lehrman. Mrs. UenJ. Le-
Vlne, J. Gerald Lewis. Manie IJber-
maii, Joseph M. I,lpton, Kdward I.
Lovitz, Mrs. Sam Luby, IV. Louis
Lytton, Murray Maurer, llaron de-
ll irsch Meyer. Henjamln Meyers,
Samuel R. Miller. Mrs. Stanley i\
Myers. Mrs. Harry Ollphant. Albert
Quadow. Mrs. Harry I'latoff. Mrs.
Matilda Ratner, Harry Rose. Joseph
M. Rose. I>r. Albert Rosenthal.
Norman Kossnian, Mrs. Sam Rost.
Morton Russack. Morris S Salomon.
Herbert E. Bcher, Mrs. Meyer Sch-
wartz. Mrs. Henry Seitlln, Mrs. Monte
Bellg. Rabbi M. Shapiro, Fred K.
Shocnet, Ben Silver. Max R. Silver,
Mrs Milton Sirkln. Klry Stone. Louis
Touby, Harold Turk. Alex Van
Straaten, Ilruno Weil. Jerome II.
Welnkle. Mrs. K. Welniteln, i>r. I'.
Weinsteill. I,eon;iiil Wien, Mitchell
Wolfeon, George Wolpert, Harry
Zukernlck. Colman Zwitman.
Delegates representing affili-
ated organizations are:
Hairy Blmonhoff, Mrs. Sol I.utsky.
Isaac Levin, Murray G. Cohen. Mrs.
* Jen 1stHer Mian
lack August. William Meehlowltx.
MrCsk Jm kKHlrsch, Mrs. Dorothy Bor-
enstein. Paul Weitzman, IS. sha If.
Nat Roth M. Kaufman. Mrs. Harold
BDaetV MrT Sri Wrinkle, Henry
BeUlln. Morris Rohinsky. Mrs. Ann*
Brenner Meyers. Dr. Maurice Klein,
Harrv Sirkln, Mrs. William Feuer.
Leon Kaplan, Mrs Ida lu.cksteln
Mrs. Charles Raab. Mrs Oeorge
Chertkof, Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Mrs.
Samuel Crundwerg, Mrs. Nat Wil-
liams, Mrs M. II. Ross Mrs. I.
Zabaralcy. Mis. Ethel Dorf, -Mnn,r';e
Cromer, Rabbi Said Appelbaum, Rao-
i,i Leon Krontah, Mra, Murray Maur-
er, ix.uls Zelenti, Mis J-"";;'", P-
steln, Morris Jacobs, Mrs. Rebec* a
Levlne, liiiilp BerkowlW, Sol J.
Levy, Hyman Sootln. Shepard Hroad.
i^A^njNEg
OBITUARIES
MISS CAROL EDELL
Miss Carol Kdell, 46. died Fi lc|ay
In a hospital. She came from NFW
Ytirk City in years ago and Is sur-
vived bv her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Kdell. New York City, and two
sisters. Mrs. Esther Strobeck. Hemp-
stead, n. v.. and Mrs. Florence W'ex-
ler. Ilroiix, N. V. Services were held
Monday at Riverside Memorial chapel
with burial In Ml. Nebo cemetery.
BENJAMIN HIRSCHFIELD
Benjamin Hlrschfleld. so. of 411
N. W. 3rd St.. passed away here this
week and was burled Wednesday In
Mt. Sinai cemetery. Rabbi Simon
April conducted services arranged by
Gordon Funeral home. Mr. Hlrsch-
fleld. a widower, came here 19 years
ago from "HI City. Ta. He leave* one
brother. Lee Hlrschfleld. of Scran-
toll, l'a.
Rabbi Max Shapiro was guest
speaker at a regular meeting of
the Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club Wednesday at the
Strand restaurant, Miami Beach.
500 AT ZIONIST AFFAIR
ON MONDAY EVENING
500 guests filled the dining
room at the dinner dance spon-
sored by the Miami Zionist Dis-
trict last Monday evening. More
than one thousand dollars was
derived from the proceeds of the
affair to go towards the activi-
ties of the organization.
Francis P Locke, of the Mi-
ami Daily News, was introduced
by Rabbi Max Shapiro and ad-
dressed the gathering. He told of
the responsibility of the Jewish
people both here and abroad in
fighting Fascism and insuring a
successful world order. He dis-
cussed Jewish rights to a na-
tional home in Palestine.
Harry Gordon, and Jerome
Weinkle, were in charge of the
committee which arranged the
event.
Lee Mason, Miami radio artist,
presented the floor show of out-
standing military talent and a
group of skits under the direc-
tion of Harriet Damenstein.
Mr. Gordon, past president of
the organization, with his wife
observed his first wedding an-
niversary, and the couple were
the recipients of many congrat-
ulatory messages at the affair.
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Palm Beach Notes
MRS. MART SCHREBNICK, Representative)
In a letter received recently
by Albeit Gasper of Palm Beach,
the storv of how his nephew,
Ship's Cook 1/c Noel Van Hoff,
effected the release of 40 men
trapped in a compartment of the
USS Franklin was revealed.
Caught in the smoke-filled
tompartment, the letter said,
toman Van Hoff and his com-
panions had almost given up
iope. Mr. Gasper's nephew* man-
aged to pry a hatch partially op-
nn. Selecting the thinnest man
in the group, he forced him
through the opening and had him
release the lock.
Back in the States, Seaman
Van Huff has been visiting rel-
atives in Chicago and Bridge-
port, Conn.
Mrs. Dora Salter and son have
left for their home in Idaho af-
ter spending the winter with
Mrs- Salter's sister, Mrs. A. Le-
vin. 822 34th Street.
The annual picnic of Temple
Israel Congregation and Sunday
School was held recently at
Bethseda Park with Mrs. M.
Glazier in charge.
Al Sussman of New York was
guest of honor at a surprise par-
ty given by Sylvia Rotfeld Sun-
day nighttet 1101 Okeechobee Rd.
Present were Lillian Metz, Ethel
Smith, Marty Pina, Allen Cime-
beoss, Lou Blumbeg, Shirley
Houseman, Sol Israel, Nat Tuch-
shauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Israelaner.
Miss Effie Rottman. 708% So.
Rosemary, left June th for Phil-
adelphia to visit relatives and
friends-
tvww.
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PLUMBING CONTRACTOR
529 Independence Road, West Palm Beach
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1201 South Olive Avenue
WEST PALM BEACH
PHONE 5172
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Phone 5191 West Palm Beach, Fla.
FOR THE BEST IN
DAffiY PRODUCTS
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MORTUARY
413 Hibiscus Street
Phone 8121
West Palm Beach. Fla.
Face Facts
George J. Talianoff
Executive Director A.D.L.
Your director* report to you
this week comes from Atlanta,
the locale of a meeting of the
executive committee of the Fifth
District B'nai B'rith. The cus-
timary annual convention was
not held in conformity with ODT
regulations. The sparsity in the
number of representatives,. how-
ever, was more than compensat-
ed by their high intellectual cal-
ibre. Highly regarded Ben Briths
like our own Lou Heiman, newly
elected second vice-president of
the District; Sholem Lodge's pop-
ular Harold Turk; esteemed
Judge Emanuel Lewis of Savan-
nah, and the fine outgoing Dist-
rict president, Hyman Jacobs of
Columbia, S. C, were illustrative
of the type of Jewish leadership
represented at the meeting.
The delegates profound aware-
ness of the problems facing our
people was particularly evi-
denced during the discussion pe-
riod following the ADL sym-
posium.
I write this after having ab-
sorbed three days of traditional
Atlanta hospitality. There's a
charm and dignity about the
Gateway to the South It ex-
ists in the every day contacts
between individuals of all relig-
ious creeds. There's a serenity
and fratrnalism indicative of a
stable community wherein indi-
viduals of various nationalities
and religions have learned to live
together in harmony and respect
in the American tradition.
One cannot help but feel that
if this spirit of neighborliness
and harmony existed in all com-
munities if it permeated the
daily relationsips between all
peoplesthe cause of good will
and understanding would be
greatly aided. And by the same
token the complicated problems
to social and communal relation-
jips would be markedly eased.
I had an opportunity to view
first hand the initial accomplish-
ments of the expanded Southern
Regional Office of the ADL,
which is guided by genial, enter-
prising Alex Miller. Established
to service Georgia, North Caro-
lina, South Carolina, Alabama,
Mississippi and Tennessee, the
office has made significant
strides in planning and program-
ming. Aided by two able assist-
ants and an efficient office staff
comprised of most representative
Georgian charm, AJex Miller
should contribute much to furth-
er better inter-cultural relation-
ships thoughout the South.
B'NAI B'RITH YOUNG
WOMEN TO HAVE FUN
Fun galore is anticipated by
."participants in the Moonlight
Hayride and Weiner Roast, giv-
en by the B'nai B'rith Young
Women of Emma Lazarus, Sat-
urday night, June 9. The hayride
starts at the Miami Riding Club,
4501 N. W. 38th St., Miami,
shortly after 8 p- m. Transporta-
tion to the stables will be pro-
vided by the Red Adams Bus
Line, 218 N. E. 2nd Rve., Miami,
Fla. A special bus will leave for
the stables at 8 p. m., another
at 8:10 p. m. A second wagon
will wait for laggers until 8:30.
For particulars concerning the
ride and outing, information may
be procured by telephoning Miss
Vera Snyder, 58-1218, or Miss
Dianne Jaffee, 58-2312. Every-
one is invited-
A regular meeting of the group
is scheduled for Tuesday night,
June 12, at the YM & YWHA,
1 Lincoln Road, at 8 o'clock.
An interesting program has
been arranged by the program
chairman, Miss Edythe Polansky
to follow a short important busi-
ness meeting.
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JOSEPH WEINBERO, Man.
Phone 3-472
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Apt. 8c Commercial Bldgi.
M. GILLER, Realtor
1448 Wash. Ave., Ph. 5-5875
412-16 Seybold Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
HOMES AND INVESTMENT
PROPERTIES
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A Trustworthy Real Eetate Service
06 Lincoln Rd. Ph.: 6-5868
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P. O. Box 1922, Miami 11, Florida
Phone 9-2903
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Free Estimates Given
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PHONE 3-0070
If No Answer Call 2-5106
Whsn You Think of Real Estate
Think Of
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REALTOR
309 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6479
Dependable, Conscientious Service
EDWARD T. NEWMAN
KING FUNERAL HOME
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Grand National Importers
1(t Truit Bldg.
Sungas Company
Now at 2960 N. W. 24th St.Ph. 3-3885
Miami Beach 1st National Bank
1651 Alton Rd., Miami Btach
East Coast Fisheries. Inc.
360 W. Flagler St.
South Seas Hotel
1751 Collina Ava., Miami Beach
Savoy Plaza Hotel
425 Ocean Driva
Stevens Markets
2201 N. W. 62nd St.7-3085
2012 Ponce de Leon Blvd.4-1685
National Produce Co., Inc.
2186 N. W. 13th Ava.
Belford Produce & Trucking Co.
1800 N. W. 7th Ava.
Russian Bear Restaurant
929 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Richie Plumbing Supplies
2116 N. W. 27th Ave.
Rainbow GardensFlorist
840 N. E. 79th St.
Loeb & Gottfried, Slaughterers
Red Road. Hlalaah
K. Burns & SonJewelers
114 E. Flagler St.
George J. BertmanReal Estate
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
A. F. GivenAccountant
Congreaa Building
Hippodrome Bar
5 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Alabama Poultry Market
1650 N. W. 7th Ava.
Joe's Groceries & Markets
478 N. W. 14th St.
Triangle Fruit Co.
JI m myTonyLou
1200 N. W. 22nd St.
Victor's Drum
3622 Coral Way, Coral Gable.
Star VegetarianDairy
Fish Restaurant
841 Waahlngton Ava., Miami Beach
Eat-a-bite Sandwich Shop
1146 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Rhea's Women's Apparel
11 4iet St.. Miami Baach
Hotel Sheldon
227 7th St., Miami Beach
Clipper InnRestaurant
2926 Grand Ava., Coconut Orova
Ball & Chain Restaurant
1516 S. W. th St.
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You're not asked to prove your prowess in death-dealing combat as these men
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pf your dollars to the might of our fighting men.
TWO WAR LOANS IN ONE!
The mighty Seventh War Loan is the biggest yet. Last year you were asked to
subscribe twice by this time. The least you should lend-if your income is $250
monthly or more-is $187.50. If your earnings are greater, your purchase of
War Bonds should be increased in proportion.
Remember; too, that U. S. War Bonds are the
world's safest investments..". giving you $4 back,
at maturity, for every $3 you invest in them.
YOU HELP THREE WAYS when you back up the
MIGHTY 7th War Loan with every dollar you can
afford. You help your Government. You help pay
for the materiel needed by our armed forces to get
the war over quickly and bring them home. You
help yourself by providing for your future security.
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Pete's Bar
1137 Washington Avs., Miami Bsach
Luis Meilam's Service Station
1990 N. W. 27th Av.
Layton's Bar
731 N. W. 6th Av.
Marie's Place Cede & Restaurant
7712 N. E. 2nd Av.
Betty's Cafe & Restaurant
701 S. W. 2nd Av.
Los .Tropicalos Inc.
946 N. Miami Ava.
Margaret Newman
Women's Apparel
58 W. 41st St., Miami Beach
Mrs. William Douglas Pawley
31M Pins Trss Drivs, Miami Bsach
La Vigne Electric
176 N. E. 20th St.
spirited business firms and individuals.
Miami Sandwich Co.
907 N. E. 1st Avs.
East Coast Bar
2930 N. Miami Avs.
Battista's Restaurant
142 S. W. 37th Avs.
Avondale Apartments
315 N. E. 2nd AVS.
Dr. W. R ElUs
Charron-WiUiams
Commercial College
Postal Building
River Self Service Store
7920 N. E. 2nd Avs.
North West Furniture Co.
77 N. W. 36th St.
Twin Oaks Grille
628 3. W. 2nd Avs.
Monnah Park Service Station
2201 N. W. 41 St St.
Little
L C. Bar & Package Store
600 6th St., Miami Bsaoh
Green's Texaco Service Station
1066 Washington Avs., Miami Bsach
United Kosher Market
166 N. W. 6th St.
Stanley Hardware & Furniture Co.
118 N. W. 79th St.
Superior Sheet Metal Works
830 North Miami Avsnue
U-Drive Motors. Inc.
861 Wost Flaglsr Strset
Enfield's Camera Shop
409 Lincoln Road, Miami Bsach
S. M PerkinsIncome Tax Service
605 First National Bank Bldg.
T. E. BrounPianos
2380 N. W. 7th Strsst
Seven-Eleven Club
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Z^Y.June
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the unrieraigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
Swafford Auto Parts at 1288 N. W.
62nd St., Miami, 1'lorlda, Intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
HERSCHEt, SWAFFORD
Sole Owner
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicant.
6/11-18-25 6/1-8
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Model*!! Sheet Metal Manufactur-
ers at l-l'T N. 10. 2nd Ave. intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOHN J. SCHWARTZ
MINNIE SCHWARTZ
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
5/2T. 6/1-8-15-22
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
>f KARRY MARKET at 2801 N. W.
12th Avenue, Miami Florida, intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of Dade County, Florida.
J. J. ANNIS
THEATCIIKR ANNIS
MYKHS HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants.
5/18-25 0/1-8-15
NOTICE] IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ti..- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROSRKCK REALTY CO., at 10t8
Seyboll Building Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dado County. Florida.
VIVIAN II. BECK
Dorothy R08ENBLUM
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
t '-8-15-22-29
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 tho Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Sole (twner
SAMUEL A. KATZ
MARX FEIN HERO
Attorney for Applicant.
5/25 6/1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
File SJ575
Notice Is hereby given that Otto
Zinket holder as assignee of City of
Miami Tax Certificate Numbered
!>5.'.n. dated the 2nd day of June.
A D. MM. Mas filed said Certificate
in my office, and has made applica-
tion for tax deed to issue thereon
In accordance with law. Said Certi-
ficate embraces ti"' following de-
scribed property, -situated in Dade
County. Florida, to-wit:
Lot 2, Blk. 3. Groveland Park. Plat
Rook S, l'age 91, in the City of Mi-
ami. County Of Dade. Stale of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the Certificate issued was in
the name of Unknown. Unless said
Certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to law. tax deed will issue there-
on on the 80th day of June. AD.
1945.
Dated this 16th day of May, A.D.
19t5.
E B. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court Seal!
Bv N c. 8TERRETT, D. C.
6/18-26 6 1-8-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BONNIE CANDY COMPANY at
55 N. E. 21th Street. Miami, Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
I. W. GREEN
LEON GREEN
ALBERT A GREEN
JOSEPH ARAGO
MYERS & HEIMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
5/26 6 1-8-16-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to sngaga
in business under the fictitious name
..f I.IBBY SPORTSWEAR at Sample
Room No. t. Roberts Hotel, 29-31
S. W. 1st St Miami. Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JACK I.IPSON
MAX BERNSTEIN
MYERS .< HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicants.
5 '25 6 1-8-16-22
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
iii business under the fictitious name
of Lalbson Conrt Apartments at 733
Michigan Avenue. Miami Beach In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
JACOB SNEIDER
JENNIE SNEIDER
6/26 t 1-8-16-22
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of STAR I.lgCOR STORE NO. 2 at
1060 North Miami Avenue, Miami,
Florida. Intends (> register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of l >ade County, Florida.
MACK COHAN
MYERS \- HEIMAN
Attorneys for applicant
5 ::, 6 1-8-15-22
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COITNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN" AND For DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.IN' PROBATE.
No. 16279
In Re: ESTATE OF MILTON SILAS
HOWE, D......ased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
s.iid Estate:
You. and each of you, are hereby
notified and required to present any
claims and demands which you, or
either of you, may have against the
estate of MILTON SILAS HOWE de-
ease.| late of Dude County. Florida.
to the Hon. \V. 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 .late of the first publication
hereof. Said claims or demands to
contain the legal address of the
Claimant and to be sworn to and
presented us aforesaid, or same will
he barred. See Section 120 of the
1933 Probate Act.
Hate May 15. AD. 1945.
R. H. WISENBAKER.
As Administrator of the Estate
of MILTON SILAS HOWE. De-
ceased.
MAX R SILVER.
Attorney for Administrator.
6 18-25 8 1-8
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CHASE FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Resources Over $8,000,000.00
C. L. CLEMENTS. President
CANCER HOSPITAL FOR
DADE SEEMS^ ASSURED
First step toward eventual es-
tablishment of a new million dol-
lar hospital in Dade County for
treatment of cancer patients was
taken last week with the incor-
poration of the Dade County
Cancer Society, Inc.
Circuit Judge Ross Williams
approved the charter, drawn by
Clyde Epperson, attorney, which
enables the new organization to
accept contributions for cancer
treatment. Under terms of the
charter the non-profit cancer
unit is also legally permitted to
contract indebtedness up to $1,-
000.000.
The committee which appeared
before Judge Williams and re-
quested issuance of the Charter
consisted of Dr. Richard Flem-
ing, who was named chairman in
the charter; Dr John Jares, vice
chairman, and Mrs. Clyde Epper-
son, secretary. William C. Hill,
leader in the movement for the
hospital and financier, is treas-
urer.
As proposed in the plans the
new hospital would contain a
complete operating pavilion with
major and minor operating
rooms; private and semi-private
patient rooms and ward rooms:
detection examination clinic, and
other facilities deemed necessary
by the medical advisory commit-
tee.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ELECTED FOR TEMPLE
The newly elected board of di-
rectors of Temple Israel includes:
Three-year directors: Dr. Phil-
ip Weinstein, Adolph Wertheim-
er, William Singer.
Two-year directors: Karl A.
Charles, Joseph R. Stein.
One-year directors: Dan Rus-
kin, Monte Selig, Samuel Katz.
Henry Wolff, Mrs J. Gerald
Lewis, Donald LaVigne, Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman, Leo Ackerman,
Nat Roth, Norman Rossman.
Past presidents: Harry V. Si-
mons. Louis Zeientz, Si Mendel-
son (New Orleans), Day J. Apte
(Tampa), H. U. Feibelman, Isaac
Levin, J. Gerald Lewis, Dr.
Frank Coret, Herman Wall.
Mrs. Leonard Epstein is Sis-
terhood president and E- Max
Goldstein is Brotherhood presi-
dent.
USES NOW HAS
OFFICE AT BEACH
United States Employment
Service through Louis Miller,
area manpower commission di-
rector, announced the opening of
a new branch at 828 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, with a staff
of six persons. Telephone num-
ber assigned is 5-6514.
Civilians living at Miami
Beach who previously were com-
pelled to cross Biscayne bay to
register with USES, now may ap-
jly to the Beach office.
The ritual book of B'nai B*rith
i contains a ritual for Flag Day
as well as a brief history of the
American flag.
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SANITARIUM
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420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Servicemen: Why not make our office your headquarters?
DR. ROBERT R. BRADFORD
Optometrist-Optician Phone 5-2343
RESTAURANT
MIAMI'S NEWEST AND FINEST
Featuring
Unusual Foods, Delicious Pastriet
N. E. SECOND AVE. at FOURTH ST.
Air Conditioned Phone 2-0760
Dade Federal's principle of "Careful and Con-
servative Lending" has meant safety and se-
curity for home owners and investors.
For over a decade Dade Federal has been a
leading financial institution of Greater Miami.
It has placed millions of dollars in first mort-
gages and enjoys the confidence of home
owners and investors because of its sound
judgment, easy monthly payment plan, prompt
service and low interest rates.
Dade Federal invites you to consult with them
concerning your financial and home mortgage
problems.
RESOURCES OVE^R $11,000,000
DADE FEDERAL
OF MIAMI
45 NQKTH EAST FIRST AVE
JOSEPH M LIPTON...PRESIDENT
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