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VOLUME 14No. H
MIAMIA. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
Chicago (WNS) Emphasizing
^hat "we must train the next gen-
eration to be not only tolerant of
Jhe racial and religious minori-
ties but to rejoice in them," Vice-
'resident Henry A. Wallace de-
clared before the triennial con-
tention of B'nai B'rith at the
fcivic Opera House here that the
(future of the world belongs "to
(those nations which best learn
Ithe art of reconciling minority
Mr. Wallace's address, in which
Ihe warned that countries of the
Western Hemisphere must band
(together to maintain the sacred
(essence of democracy and relig-
ion, was broadcast nationally and
(rebroadcast in Spanish to Latin-
The Vice-President shared the
spotlight at the B'nai B'rith par-
ley with Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
president of the Jewish Agency
Ifor Palestine and the World Zi-
(onist Organization, who was the
(principal speaker at a special
"The contribution of the Jew-
lish group to many nations is too
I well known to be dwelt on at
length," Mr. Wallace told the del-
egates assembled from all sec-
tions of the country. "An Ein-
[stein in Germany, a Weizmann in
England, a Bergson in France,
land a Brandeis in the United
I States, are a few of the many
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
London (WNS)Jewish organ-
izations in Palestine have ap-
pealed to the government there
for the release of 780 Balkan
Jewish refugees who have been
detained aboard their small vessel
by British authorities at Haifa
harbor since their arrival in Pal-
[ cstine without immigration cer-
I tificates, it was learned here.
The refugees, gathered from
Rumania, Bulgaria, Hungary and
Poland, left the Rumanian port
of Constanza on Feb. 15 aboard
the steamer Darian II, which was
flying the Panama flag, after
paying excessive fees for trans-
portation. The ship was seized
by British authorities when it
neared the Palestine coast, the
A deglegation of the Jewish
National Council, led by Chair-
man Isaac Ben-Zvi, and repre-
sentatives of the Rumanian Set-
tlers' Association, headed by
Meir Ebner, immediately visited
Palestine government adminls-
(OONTtNUCO ON PAO >
LADY READING WILL
HEAD JEWISH BODY
London (WNS)Lady Read-
ing, daughter of Lord Melchott,-
has been elected chairman of
the British section of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, be-
coming the first woman to hold
that post. The selection of
Lady Reading as head of the
British section, it was felt here,
would enlist wider support for
the Jewish Agency and en-
hance its prestige.
ND TO NATIONAL
HELP YOUNG KING
Belgrade (WNS)A delegation
of prominent Yugoslavian Jews,
headed by Chief Rabbi Isaac Al-
calay, visited the royal palace
and pledged the loyalty and al-
legiance of the country's 75,000
Jews to 17-year-old King Peter
II a few hours after General Du-
san Simovitch and the Yugoslav
army overthrew the pro-Nazi re-
gime of Premier Dragisha Ovet-
Dr. Alcalay, who has long been
active in the political circles of
Yugoslavia, informed the young
King that the country's Jewish
population stood solidly behind
the new government and was
prepared to fight to the last man,
if necessary, for the preservation
of Yugoslavia's independence.
One of the first acts of the new
government was to announce the
release of hundreds of men and
women, including many Jews,
who were arrested earlier in the
week during the widespread
demonstrations against Yugo-
slavia's formal alliance with the
The anti-Nazis and Jews were
arrested by the Yugoslav secret
police, acting on orders from Pre-
mier Ovetkovitch, who has since
been arrested, after Nazi Gestapo
agents had handed a list of "un-
desirables' 'to the old govern-
ment. The Gestapo agents had
filtered into Belgrade and other
key Yugoslav cities weeks before
the scheduled signing of the
Axis pact. Most of the known
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
NAZIS WANT CREATION
OF NEW RESERVATION
Berne (WNS)Hungarian Na-
zis have initiated a campaign de-
manding that the Goverment es-
tablish a ghetto-reservation for
the country's Jewish population,
it was reported rere. The Nazis
propose that the Government!
set aside 500,000 acres of land for
The cost of the land and the
expenses involved in moving
Jews from all parts of the country
to the ghetto should be borne by
"Jewish capitalists." the Nazis
insist The government, it was
understood, U considering the
At an open meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, held
at Temple Israel on Monday
evening, March 31st, attended
by a majority of the directors,
augmented by many visiting con-
tributing members, the board, by
a vote of 18 to 17, disapproved
the proposal to create a National
Advisory Budget Committee.
Stanley C. Meyers presided at
A spirited discussion was had
with those favoring the proposal
pointing out the advantages to
be gained by the local budget
committee in receiving from such
a committee pertinent advice as
to the evaluation of the work
done by and the needs of agencies
requesting assistance from local
welfare funds, and laid special
emphasis on the purely advisory
character of the information
which could be accepted or rejec-
ted by the local Budget Commit-
Those opposing the proposal
stressed the argument that the
advantages would be greatly out-
weighed by the disadvantages,
that there was no objection to an
expansion of fact-finding by the
National Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds, but
there was serious objection and
great danger in placing such
great power in the hands of a few
men nationally, even though the
evaluating information was os-
tensibly advisory in character,
amounting practically to a man-
date, destroying the democratic
process and unity now existing
in many local communities.
After the meeting leaders of
the Federation expressed the
hope that the unity hitherto ex-
isting in our community will not
be disturbed by the intense feel-
ing expressed at the meeting, but
on the contrary will be intensified
by it, and that a unified Miami
Jewry will go forward to big-
ger and greater accomplishments.
NAZI PROPOSALS ARE
BANNED BY NORWAY
Stockholm (WNS)A Nazi
proposal that lecture courses
on anti-Semitism be introduced
in universities throughout oc-
cupied Norway has been re-
jected by Norwegian college
presidents, it was reported
here. One university official
was reported to have told Nazi
authorities that he would rath-
er see the doors of his univer-
sity closed than accept.
PALESTINE IS SOLE
HOPE FOR JEWRY
NAZIS BLAME JEWS FOR
Stockholm (WNS)Stung by
the popular uprising against the
pro-Axis government in Yugo-
slavia, the Nazi-controlled radios
in Rumania, Bulgaria and Hun-
gary charged that the Jews of
Yugoslavia had fomented the
anti-Nazi revolution in that coun-
try and threatened anti-Jewish |
reprisals in the near future.
Warning the Serbs not to per-
mit themselves to be influenced
by the Jews, the Nazi spokes-
men declared that the Jews were
British agents and spies. The
Nazi press minimized the impor-
tance of the thousands of dem-
onstrations against Yugoslavia'.*
alliance with the Fascist powers.
Geneva (WNS)David Frank-
furter, the young Jewish medical
student who shot and killed Wil-
helm Gustloff, Swiss Nazi leader,
on Feb. 4, 1936, and Herschel
Grynszpan, 19-year-old Polish
Jew who killed Baron Ernst von
Rath, a Nazi Embassy secretary,
in Paris on Nov. 7, 1938. were
members of a terrorist band or-
ganized by the "Elders of Zion"
to murder Nazi officials, Chief
of Gestapo Heinrich Himmler
will "prove" at the elaborate
show trial of young Grynzpan.
according to reports from Paris.
Nazi authorities, who last week
announced that Grynzpan "con-
fessed" that he had acted under
orders of "international Jewry"
when he killed von Rath, have
made arrangements to broadcast
the elaborate trial throughout
Europe and to make a film of the
procedure for distribution
throughout the world.
It was originally reported that
the Nazis, who have taken no
pains to conceal their intention
to convert the trial of Grynzpan
into a huge anti-Jewish demon-
stration, had decided to postpone
the trial until after the war, but
reports persisted here that the
trial would begin sometime in
It was disclosed that Nazi
police officials recently asked the
Swiss government for permission
to question Frankfurter, who is
now serving an 18-year sentence
for the killing of Gustloff. Swiss
New York (WNS)Declaring
that there would be 3,000,000
homeless Jews in Europe after
the war, even with a British
victory, Dr. Chaim Weizmann,
president of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine and the World Zion-
ist Organization, told a press con-
ference here that Palestine repre-
sented the only hope for solution
of the Jewish problem.
The world-famed scientist and
Zionist leader, who arrived here
by Dixie Clipper from Europe
recently for a two-month visit,
stated that a Nazi victory would
result in annihilation for the
Dr. Weizmann disclosed that
he had visited Lord Halifax,
British Ambassador to the United
States, and requested that the
refugee ship, with approximately
800 Balkan Jewish refugees a-
board. which has been held at
Haifa harbor, be permitted to
discharge its passengers on Pal-
Lord Halifax, Dr. Weizmann
said, had assured him that he
would transmit the request im-
mediately to the British govern-
ment in London. Dr. Weizmann
had urged that the Balkan refu-
gees, who had came to Palestine
without immigration certificates,
be allowed to enter the country
as legal immigrants.
Eighty of the refugees, it was
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
SERB REVOLT SAVES
5.000 JEWISH REFUGEES
New York (WNS)The revolt
of the Serbs against Yugoslav
adherence to the Axis has saved,
at least temporarily, 5,000 Jew-
ish refugees there from falling
again into the hands of the Nazis,
it was revealed by Joseph C.
Hyman, executive vice-chairman
of the American Jewish Joint
Mr. Hyman said that advices
reaching here from Zagrob re-
ported that the refugee aid com-
mittee there, which the J. D. C.
is supporting, was caring for
8,000 persons, most of them from
pro-Axis forces in Yugoslavia,"
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
Geneva (WNS)Nazi author-
ities in occupied Poland have
drafted 25,000 Jews from War-
saw ghetto for compulsory labor,
it was reliably reported here, The
number of Polish Jews pressed
into compulsory labor gangs was
expected to be trebled following
issuance of an order compelling
unemployed male Jews to report
once a week to Nazi headquar-
The order stated that Jews
who cannot prove to the satisfac-
tion of Nazi labor officials that
they can find private employ-
ment in the near future will be
shipped to Nazi labor camps.
Since employment opportunities
for Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland
have been reduced to the vanish-
ing point, the new Nazi regulation
appears to be a thinly-disguised
scheme to force Polish Jews into
slave labor camps.
At the same time Nazi Gover-
nor Hans Frank issued a decree
forbidding Jews in occupied Pol-
(CONTINURO ON PA T)
FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1941
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Jack Kofoed to be Guest
Speaker t "Y"
A general membership meet-
ing of the Men's Division of the
Y" will be held next Wednesr
day night. April 9, at 8:30 o'clock.
George Goldberg, chairman of
the Meeting committee, and
Maurice Grossman, evecutive di-
rector, announce that they have
been fortunate in procuring Jack
Kofoed, well-known columnist of
the Miami Daily News, to be the
Mr. Kofoed is one of the out-
standing journalists in the coun-
try, and brings with him a
world of experience in this field.
His column, "The Miami Story"
in the Daily News, has brought
to him commendations from all,
over the country for his insight
into human nature. He will have
a timely message to deliver to
All men are invited to attend.
There will be a short business
meeting preceding Mr. Kofoed's
With the advent of the warm
weather, the "Y" has received
many phone calls concerning the
Summer Home Camp. Mr. Gross-
man announces that the 1941
summer session of the Home
Camp will commence Monday,
June 16, and will run for a per-
iod of tin weeks. Many new
arrangements to see that the
children's wants and desires
shall be fulfilled as much as
In view of the anticipated
heavy registration, it is reques-
ted that all parents desiring to
send their children to the Camp
communicate with Mr. Gross-
man at once, as enrollment, of
necessity, must be limited. Those
who apply now, will be given
preference. Under a committee
ruling, the father of every child
must be a member of the Senior
Division of the Y. M. H. A, Ex-
ception is made, however, to
those children who are unable
to pay tuition fees. Scholarships
will be provided for these child-
ren. No one will be barred for
lack of funds. This is the policy
of the "Y".
The Annual Passover Tea of
the Y. W. H. A. will be held on
Wednesday evening. April 16.
This affair has become an "insti-
tution" in the Y. W. H. A. and
many look forward to that even-
ing. The following committee is
in charge: Irene Cohen, general
chairman; Mrs. Milton Friedman,
program chairman; Mrs. Nancy
Levinson and Jean Seitlin, re-
freshments and decorations. More
details will be given next week.
Yiddish Concert to be Held at the
"Y" This Sunday Night
The first in the series of Yid-
dish concerts, featuring Jewish
music exclusively, will be held
at the "Y" this Sunday evening,
April 6, at 8 o'clock. Cantor
Philip Carp and Rose Carp head
the cast of well-known Jewish
radio and theatrical stars who
will render a Jewish playlet
featuring many well-known se-
Rev. Carp is one of the out-
standing Cantors in the country
and has given concerts through-
out the United States. He has re-
cently been featured at many
places at the Beach and all of
us look forward to his entertain-
ment Sunday night. A small ad-
mission fee of 50c will be charg-
ed. Tickets are on sale at the
"Y". Everyone is asked to attend.
Mickey Lubel, athletic director
of the "Y", announces that all
those interested in Softball re-
port at the "Y" Sunday morning
at 9:45. Practice will be held in
one of the near Miami fields.
AH persons interested are asked
to report to Mickey at the "Y",
from which place everyone will
sojourn to one of the Miami fields
where practice will be held. We
are sorry that we are unable
to announce the name of the
field at this time. That informa-
tion will be available Sunday
Women's classes in calisthenics
and other athletic features have
been resumed at the "Y" every
Tuesday night under the direc-
tion of Mickey Lubel. All mem-
bers of the Y. W. H. A. interested
in this feature, please report
to Mickey every Tuesday night.
Basketball clinics are held ev-
ery Wednesday night for those
interested to learn the funda-
mentals of basketball. Here they
will be taught all the rules, regu-
lations of the game as well as
the practical end of it.
Jack Apte, manager of the
Bowling League, announces that
the new summer session of the
Bowling League started Thurs-
day night, April 3, and will con-
tinue throughout the summer,
every Thursday night thereafter.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 14
PALESTINE IS SOLE
HOPE FOR JEWRY
IN POST WAR DAYS
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BJRON)
r-e British garrison at St. Helena isn't expecting a new in-
note when Hitler finally falls : .They like jheir little island,
;;s- s.s? ct^M "*CE '
- n :, tragu S'thinkVs far too good **&$*
The consensus of
Son" among the troops there to that Hitler deserves death,
, me:e exile ... It will probably be in this country that the
...... December _.,^c;ed Tree German government-in-exile will have its head-
- Sniarters, end former Chancellor Bruening may be its chief ..
:'}-~d.a Lupescu, if you're interested, lost forty pounds during
' ... .. her stay in Spain ... All the credit goes to the Gestapo, of
:curse'and Magda doesn't recommend the recipe to her
friends Despite the war. the Hebrew University at Jerusalem
... ;, .:r.;;auing its courses, and at the recent winter graduation
... Balfour r exercises conferred master's and doctors degrees on thirty.
VICHY AND THE JEWS
The appointment of Xavier Vallat, notorious French anti-
Semite, as head of the Commissariat for Jewish Affairs estab-
lished by the Vichy government in France must be taken to
mean that the Petain regime to definitely falling in line with
Nazi Germany in the latter's anti-Jewish policy. Vallat is known
as a bitter anti-Semite and was especially active in conducting
anti-Semitic propaganda in France during the regime of Leon
Blum, exploiting the fact that Blum is a Jew.
It is regrettable enough that the Vichy government has
fallen to a point of establishing a special Jewish Commissariat
in the land where "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity" was the
official motto for the last 150 years. The fact, however, that
none other that Vallat has been appointed head of this commis-
sariat makes the situation of the Jews in France even worse than
the mere decision to isolate them into a "ghetto commissariat."
Vallat is as notorious in France in his attitude towards the Jews
as Goebbels is in Germany.
We still are reluctant to entertain the belief that the French
people as such approve of the growing anti-Jewish legislation
in France. We seek to comfort ourselves that what the Vichy
government is now doing against the Jews to being done under
pressure from Berlin. It is, however, painful to see how the
Petain government falls more and more under the German
domination and how this is illustrated by introducing all kinds
of anti-Jewish regulations in unoccupied France much against
the will of the French people.
Parallel with the appointment of Vallat to head the
Commissariat for Jewish Affairs, it has also become known
that a tentative agreement was reached in the armistice nego-
tiations at Compiegne according to which the French govern-
ment is to permit Hitler to deport all Jews from Europe to the
French island of Madagascar. Under a secret clause of the
Franco-German armistice, all of the Jews In Reich and Nazi-held
territories are to be shippedif and when the British blockade
is brokento the island off the coast of Africa which is to be-
come a vast ghetto protectorate governed by a joint French-
German board. The information now published reveals that
the project was perfected in face-to-face conferences which took
place after the signing of the armistice and in which Hitler and
Ribbentrop met with Marshal Petain and Pierre Laval.
Since we believe in the victory of Britain over the Axis, we
are certain that the French-German pact about Madagascar
will never have a chance to be carried out. It will, however,
remain on the records of history that the Petain government as-'
sociated itself with Hitler in the shameful plan of making Europe
"judenrein." So will the fact that after 150 years o! Jewish
emancipation, France which was the first country in Europe to '
emancipate the Jews, has turned the clock back and has estab-
lished a special Commissariat for Jewish Affairs with one of the
notorious French Jew-baiters as its director.
. Of these thirty-five, however, only four were
.,;r. ac- PalMtinian-boro The w*jam* **m >'' Otnnaay,
'complishr Russia Lithuania, Czechoslovakia, England and Hungary .
I respc:::-::: differ Dr IN THE AIR
IWeismann said It is a m
j point whethei the English an \ve can't vouch for the veracity of this story, but it's being
justified in refusing entry I whispered about in various quarters ... It concerns Dr. Chaim
. any Jew have my Weizmcnn and his work on a most important new chemical
point of view The English are invention that would solve the difficult problem of gasoline sup
th straightjacketed n] ., When Churchill heard of this, it to said, he told Weizman:
White Paper of 1939." Jj you succeed, Palestine to yours" Whereupon the Zionist
: belii that after victory leader is supposed to have retorted: "May I hope that you make
'a British tory .:- the deed less ambiguous than last time?"
'continued, "we shall find our- rjr\n> cttttf
selves with a floating p pulation HOT STUFF
iof perhaps 2'.. XX Jews who
will have nc place u g in Eu-
rope There :; some hope for the
'non-Jews, but not for us. The
destruction .:' the Jews began in
' 1933. Other p< pies were not in-
volved until 1939. ar.d they were |
i armed. We were defenseless. i ^ & jon b^^g ^ site of Hitler's Waterloo
In the world today mere are
only two Jewish
!tact. that in the United States ,
,_j ;_ D Kompf you can buy it without qualms of conscience ... Its
',". : "-rv J ^T!h0n *ue mat the royalties are sent to the author's agent-but that
original economic n a9en'.is in En9land' nd Britiflh 9* confiscates the
-_. ,. : royalties as soon as they arrive, and uses them for relief work
..i/".." *'".'"- among the victims of Hitler's bombings ... All of which reminds
, .." '....' ;':"IcC:. us of Walter Winchell's suggestion for the establishment of a
5' National Garbage Week, with the slogan "Bundles for Hitler" ...
Bend-leader Vincent Lopez, who to making quite a name for
himself as an amateur prognosticatoramong other things
that he prophesied last year were King Carol's loss of his throne
end Italy's losses in battlehas given Danton Walker another
set of interesting forcasts ... He picks May 11th as the date
that will mark the beginning of Hitler's end, and insists that
the most decisive battles of this war will be fought in or near
Palestine, with that region becoming the site of Hitler's Waterloo
. Which the Yishuv no doubt will regard as poetic justice ...
If you really want to read the authorized edition of "Mein
| great many political reasons
: which may :j :.-. ly disappear af-
ter the war we could absorb two
to two ar.d one-half million per-
sons :r. the C0UTK : IS yean
Earlier, Dr Weizman was tru
guest of honor at a public n
tion undo: the auspice! tl
Our cigarette-smoking readers may never have got around
to wondering about this, but the fact to that until the war started
practically all the cigarette paper used here came from France
. The circumstances that no shortage of cigarette paper has
. occurred now, as it did in the last war, to due to the foresight
Pali .'.;; the of people like the sons of the late philanthropist Peter M.
Hotel Aster Y Schweitzer, who have built their own manufacturing plant in
pen ru into tl grand '-he East, and Harry H. Straus, who has found a way of using
Zionist lead- seed-flax in the manufacture of this type of paper, and now has
It to your obligation to take an interest in the civic af-
fairs of your city and qualify as a voter by registering for
the forthcoming elections in May and June. Your neigh-
bor has already registered and expects you to do likewise.
In Miami you may still register at your local precinct
until April 8th, between 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m.
In Miami Beach you have until May 10th which has
been set as the deadline.
After ribing :' rts
y the 1 I v.. h
commui itj I British
war effi rt. Dr Wi
that "this Jew... contri uti
the victor) of......racy vi
escape the atteni : -.-.
Touching up Arab-Jewish
relationships, he- said The just
asp:raUr,r.s t: '.:. .--.:.. .. ; ;.
will find ir*..- fulfil mi nt at
close of the warU .- me exti nt
at least as the result >f thi
forts of the Jewish people. If
anyone asks whether cooperation
between the Jews ar.d Ar:.
possible, the an thai this
cooperation is ah t-v.
quest, d ': .:, into the I
future is i f practi
Dr. Weizmann si re
' t pre-
pared and never *.... tx pre-
pared, to aband .-. its claica to
The Jews have been a I
I do for Palestine what ne otl
peopli | |
land Palestine has
'do for the homeli J
no oth r rritory has
,t0 dc fw ""an n
' '-' Pal-
-has provided -
(with the one great const
achievement ol the last two dr-
a huge mill in North Carolina making it .
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Camay o( The Synagogue
l-ni'jn of American llcbrev
RIDAY. APRIL 4, 1941
+Jew 1st rtcrkHar
The ADL News Service
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
OF BNAI BRITH
,i..mn n regular feature.
T,"; r Size theJewlsh public
-,m" rtnus phases of the problems
with varlouaun"D, As ^rt of ltn
*hi>h, C? dors are Invltedjo address
""""''I mi or In direct correepon-
l"~ ""often Individuals hear loose
ijence. l" ',' a])<)Ut the Jewish trroup
I <*?!! u J.^wTsh friends whs, har-
or ha,%c."l.tlns which they connot
I *&ffSSSm of inadequate informa-
'5S? SncmWes of this kind are espeo
"?" m The name of the ques-
Kg."wU be held In the strictest
SJfloence if he so desires.
"The Jews and the War"
A Jewish reader is disturbed
by the whispering campaign now
going on to the effect that the
jews are to blame for this coun-
try being near to involvement in
,he war. A friend of his has
shown him an anti-Semitic leaf-
let, circularizing in this locality.
It is entitled "Onward Christian
Soldiers" and depicts a Jewish
tailor fitting two Christian boys
Traditional Seder Services
Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum
formerly Miami Orthodox
Reservations for Seder and
with military uniforms in pre-
paration for their entering the
army. The reader wants to know
what one can say by way of
refutation when confronted by
vicious material of this kind.
It is not easy to answer false-
hoods of this nature. On the one
hand the Jews are being accused
of being war-mongers and on the
other hand are being labelled as
slackers. No doubt when the
present war is over and certain
anti-democratic individuajs look
for a scapegoat upon whom to
saddle the responsibility for the
conflagration, the Jew will again,
as after the last World War, be
found to be a convenient ex-
planation. However, some per-
tinent facts could be presented
which indicate how ridiculous
are the charges that it is the
Jews who have pushed this coun-
|try into war.
An analysis of the situation as
reported in the daily press gives
us the following picture.
In the Senate, the leaders of
the fight for the bill were Sen-
ators Barkley of Kentucky,
Byrnes of South Carolina and
George of Georgia. These men
are all from the regions where
the Ku Klux Klan was strongest.
To say that they are subject to
Jewish influence in their baili-
wicks is ridiculous.
Of the three House leaders of
the fight for the bill, the most
powerful, Speaker Sam Rayburn,
is from Texas; Majority Leader
John W. McCormack of Massa-
chusetts, is a Catholic, and House
Foreign Affairs Committee Chair-
man Sol Bloom is Jewish.
And in the real test vote in the
House on Feb. 8 (Tuesday's
House vote was just a bandwag-
on affair), all the Southern Dem-
ocrats except Peterson of Geor-
gia and Cannon of semi-South-
ern Missouri voted for the bill.
The only Southern and semi-
Southern Senators to vote against
H. R. 1776 were Reynolds of j
North Carolina and Clark of
Tidbits from Eyerywh
by PHINEAS J. BIROH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Three New York Democratic
Representatives voted against the
bill on Feb. 8, plus eight New
As was pointed out recently in
the New York Daily News: "The
Jews hate Hitler and wish him
harm, because Hitler first hated
them and did them harm. But to
call the Jews the prime movers
in the United States intervention-
ist movement is simply to talk
against the facts in the case.
"Interventionism is evidently
the majority American senti-
ment; and the most war-minded
part of the whole country is the
South, which has the highest
percentage of native American
stock, and were Jewish influence
in politics is almost non-exist-
Ezekial Rabinowitz is being
dubbed "the historian of the air"
these days, and his business is
sometimes referred to as the
only existing "clipping bureau
of the air" What Rabinowitz
has is a compilation of 125,000
items in the form of recorded
broadcasts Anything that
comes over the ether and that
he considers as having lasting
value, be it the speech of a prime
minister, a debate between Sena-
tors or even an address at a Zion-
ist convention, is recorded in his
laboratory. His Hall of Fame
of voices is something that some
progressive and public-spirited
individual might present to a
specially created department in
the Library of Congress .
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"Around the State"
In the past few weeks the
writer has visited West Palm
Beach, St. Petersburg, and Tam-
pa where he met with the local
anti-Defamation Committees and
spoke before the B'nai B'rith
lodges. As a result of these vis-
its he was able to get a com-
plete picture of the resources of
I the lodges and the type of pub-
lic relations approach which the
local situation in each case re-
quires. Based on these observa-
tions, a specific program of ac-
tivities has been prepared for the
use of Florida keymen the re-
sponses to which has been highly
gratifying. With the Florida re-
gional office now well under
way, this area may look forward
to an intensive program.
Prepare yourself for the battle
| of laughs S. Felix Mendel-
sohn's forthcoming book, "Let
Laughter Ring," may find itself
under firelegal fireby Jacob
Richman, author of "Laughs from
Jewish Lore," who has warned
the Jewish Publication Society
of America that if the book util-
izes his work to the same extent
as did Mendelsohn's early vol-
ume, "The Jew Laughs," he will
do something about it .
HELP YOUNG RING
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Gestapo and Nazi propagandists
left the country shortly after the
bloodless revolution which came
as a bombshell to a world which
already counted Yugoslavia with
the Axis-dominated nations.
While the country wildly cele-
brated the overthrow of the pro-
Axis regime, a source close to
Premier Simovitch was reported
to have given assurances to Jew-
ish leaders here that the anti-
Jewish regulations, adopted re-
cently as a sop to Nazi demands,
would shortly be revoked.
Yugoslavia's Jews, for the most
part tradesmen and small arti-
sans, are concentrated mainly in
Belegrade. Yugoslavia was little
affected by anti-Semitism until
Nazi agents appeared among the
Croats and spread typical Nazi
anti-Jewish propaganda. Yugo-
slav Jews have always found
their staunchest supporters among
the Serbs, Serbia having official-
ly emancipated the Jews in 1878.
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The office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League is located at 617
Seybold Building, Miami,
phone 3-6306. All Florida com-
munities are invited to avail
themselves of the services of-
fered by the organization and
to consult on matters of an
FIVE CITY COUNCILMEN TO
BE ELECTED AT MIAMI BEACH
May 10 will be the deadline for
registration of Miami Beach vot-
ers participating in the June 3
city election, City Clerk C. W.
Approximately 10,000 persons
already have registered. Two
years ago there were 8,552 regis-
tered for the biennial election
and 6,665 voted.
Tomlinson also announced ihat
persons leaving the city before!
election day may vote at city hall
between May 19 and 31. Absen-
tee voting, which was permitted
in 1937 and 1939, since has been
outlawed by the state.
Five city councilmen will be
elected this year. Councilmen
Robert W. Ralston and Val C.
Clcary are holdovers. Council-
men who must seek re-election
are Mayor John H. Levi, Baron
de Hirsch Meyer, Harry Hice,
Herbert Frink and Mitchell Wolf-
Candidates for the council will
file their petitions at city hall be-
tween April 4 and May 14.
The Jewish Jim Jeffriesin
other words. Abe Simon, the
young man who has the temerity
to aspire to Joe Louis' heavy-
weight crownhas quite a list of
girl friends, as you no doubht
know if you heard his radio
greetings to them after his recent
l fight with the Brown Bomber .
| Benny Goodman, who. as you
jmay remember, is going in for
serious music with a vengeance,
will, together with Paul Robeson,
head the American-Russian Insti-
tute's concert at Carnegie Hall
i late this month That George
Gershwin movie is definitely on
its way now Ira Gershwin
will work on it, and the part of
George will probably be played
iby John Garfield Back in
New York is Leonard Weisberg,
the taxi driver who was severely
wounded by bandits when he
tried to save a policeman in a
gunfight last winter ... He was
the guest of the Miami Beach
Grossinger's for a month of re-
cuperation ... A new precedent
in the juridical annals of New
York may soon be established by
Judge Polierif it is correctly
reported that Mrs. Polier, who is
the daughter of Dr. Stephen S.
Wise, is expecting to apply for
maternity leave from the bench
. Coming to Yale next fall, we
understand, is the scion of the
South African Schlesingers, the
richest Jewish family of that
country, who some years ago
sponsored a Cape Town to London
flight Actor David Warfield
has been in retirement for years,
and is nearing his 75th birthday
but there's still a possibility
that he'll appear in a movie be-
fore too long .
To Nunnally Johnson is credit-
ed the story of the telephone con-
versation between Hitler and
Mussolini "What's this I
hear about the trouble you'e
having in Albania?" needled
Adolf ... "I can't hear you,"
was Benito's reply ... "I said,"
repeated Hitler, 'I've been hear-
ing about some trouble you're
having in Africa and Albania"
Mussolini, his diplomatic
deafness continuing, insisted: "I
can't hear a word you're saying"
. Hitler began to get sore .
"I'm told your armies are having
a lot of trouble"he started, but
Mussolini interrupted him that
time "Can't you get a better
connection?" appealed II Duce.
adding: "Where are you phoning
tof&onoA, of. %tftom*>
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Sedar Services Conducted in the Traditional Manner by
CANTOR REV. PHILLIP KARP
Assisted by Morris M. Green
FIRST SEDAR. FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL
11. 6:30 P. M
SECOND SEDAR. SATURDAY EVENING,
APRIL 12, 6:30 P. M.
Reservations suggested for Sedar nights
and Remainder of Passover Week
Enjoy the Holiday Festival In the Home-
Like Atmosphere of the Evans
FRIDAY, APRIL 4,
NAZIS WILL LINK
(CONTINUED FROM PAG 1)
LOCAL LEADERS NAMED ON
U. A. H. C. NATIONAL BODY
authorities, it was said, have
taken no action as yet with regard
to the request.
Neutral sources here recalled
that the Swiss court which tried
Frankfurter flatly rejected a
charge, made by the Nazis during
the trial that Frankfurter, who
was then 27 years old, had many
Jewish accomplices, all members
of an international gang formed
to terrorize Nazi leaders.
Frankfurter, who had come to
Switzerland from Yugoslavia to
study medicine, surrendered vol-
untarily to the Swiss police and
later tried to commit suicide. He
was described by defense counsel
as demented with worry and fear
over the fate of Jews under Nazi
Grynzpan was 17 years old
when he entered the German Em-
bassy in Paris and shot von Rath.
He was in a French prison a-
waiting trial when the Nazis in-
vaded France and had several
opportunities to" escape during
the invasion but refused to take
advantage of them.
J. Gerald Lewis and Day J.
Apte, local leaders, are members
of the National Advisory Com-
mittee of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations. This
committee, made up of outstand-
ing leaders from all parts of the
country, is one of the key groups
now completing plans for the
37th Biennial Council of the Un-
ion and Biennial Conventions of
its affiliates, the National Feder-
ations of Temple Sisterhoods,
Brotherhoods and Youth which
will take place April 26-May 1,
"The World Upheaval Challen-
ges the Synagogue" is to be the
theme of the Union Council. In
addition to notable addresses,
the Convention program includes
round tables. They will deal with
practical approaches to such spe-
cific problems as: "The Syna-
gogue and Adult Jewish Educa-
tion," and "The Synagogue and
Known as 'The parent body of
Liberal Judaism in America" the
Union is made up of 309 congre-
gations in the United States and
Miami's Temple Israel is a Un-
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THE Y. M. H. A.
22nd at Collins Ph. 5-2066
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 6)
AH members interested, please
report to Jack on Thursday night
at the Miami Recreation Alloys.
News 'Round Town
With the "Y" election primaries
only 6 weeks away, much hul-
labaloo can be heard around
town as to whom will be the
next "Y" prezz and officers. Be-
sure and get your dues up to
date if you wish to participate
in helping select your choice.
Have you folks seen the new-
stove the "Y" purchased and the
many improvements in the food
The Y W. H. A. will sponsor
a city-wide Mother's Dav Pro-
gram on Sunday, May li. Mrs
Maurice Grossman is chairman of
the Mother's Day committee.
More details later
The greyhound racing season
is rapidly wending toward its
1941 climax in Miami and will
ring down the curtain at West
Flagler Kennel Club the night of
April 10 with the annual running
of the $1,000 West Flagler derby.
Derby trials got under way re-
cently with a starting field of 32
greyhounds, among them being
those three prominent stars, My
Topper, Fern Nature and First
The dopesters have installed
Fern Nature pre-season favorite I
to capture the annual classic, due
to the stamina of the big brindle
female owned by Bud Carroll.
Fern Nature ranks as one of the
strongest finishers in greyhound
racing and with the derby billed
over the 36-mile course, her
chances of winning look consid-
erably bright despite the bril-
liant record My Topper has set
up at the Flagler oval this sea-
The surprise dog in the derby
final may be First Mate. Starting
slow this year, the two-year-old
son of Lucky Roll has made a
steady climb and has beaten both
My Topper and Fern Nature. Ov-
er the Vnule course he may be
a tough greyhound to whip.
JEWISH CIVIC LEADERS GIVE
Many Jewish civic leaders in
the Miami area have attended the
series of luncheons at Palatial
Kosher Restaurant in the past
two weeks, being given in sup-
port of the candidacy of Abe
Aronovitz for city commission.
At the luncheons it was urged
that Jewry of the city of Miami
take greater interest in civic af-
fairs of the community and
make every contribution which
may tend to assist and improve
public welfare. One outstanding
speaker, prominent in political
and philanthropic activities, de-
clared election of Aronovitz as a
city commissioner would be a dis-
tinct contribution by our Jewry
and urged every one to rally to
i his support. Aronovitz, who has
served in public office since 1926
las Acting State's Attorney, City
Solicitor and Assistant City At-
torney, participated in many
civic matters such as electric rate
refund and telephone rate reduc-
tion cases, and advocated many
reforms such as public finances
and abolishment of poll tax,
pledged that, if elected, he would
give unstintingly of himself to
the duties of that office and as-
sured his supporters that he
would never cause anyone to re-
gret the confidence placed in
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1,
trative secretary Hartwell and
urged that the refugees be ai
lowed to enter the country The
fate of the refugees has been
placed in the hands of High Com-
missioner Sir Harold A. Mac-
(A United Press report from
Bucharest said that "thousands of
Jews in the Constanza area were
reported ready to risk intern-
ment in Palestine if they could
find ships to take them there")
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Council is sponsoring a program
of drama, music and comedy on
Sunday, April 6. 7:30 p.m., at
Temple Israel, Miami.
The three Young Judea chap-
ters participating are: The Louis
Brandies Club, had by Mr
Jack Sherman; The Franklin D
Roosevelt Club, lead by Harriet
Damenstein; Tl .,,,, club
lead by Dorothy Lightman. The
bers on the program arc:
'< rry Slessinger, Herb it Fisher
Gerald Soltz. Sidney Soltz, I).,
vid Jacobs, Irene Jacobs, Jack
-Miller. Marjorie Miller, Rosetta
Klein, Myer Sherman. Myei
Greenberg, Rita Zuckerman, Pau-
la Nita Ginsberg, Solomon Sing-
er Jack Feit. Bernard Milstien
Allen Weston, Jay Washer. Mar-
tin Gooen, Leodard Warren. Stan-
ley Warren, and Judith Goldberg,
Tickets may be obtained from
any member of Young Judea and
in the office of the Beth David
Talmud Torah, 135 N. W 3 ave
nue. Tickets will also be avail-
able at the door.
The Greater Miami Young Ju-
daea Council is composed of
sponsors and representatives from
O. A.. Masada, Junior
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scheloff, and Mrs. M. Grossman
The Beth Jacob Religious School
" P!vscnt a Model Seder on
Thursday afternoon, April 10th.
at the Talmud Torah Building.
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FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1941
B1 nai B'rith ^P Notes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
I am very grateful for the priv-
ilege of being asked to be your
editor this week. I trust that you
will enjoy this column as much as
vou have Milton Friedman's.
" The Ladies Auxiliary deem it
a pleasure to be able to work
side by side with the men in a
cause that is so worth while. We
made it our task to serve the
community unselfishly and to
aid generously in all phases of
We have an interesting and
worthy program mapped out.
We are organizing a group to
bo known as College Mothers,
whose goal it will be >j help stu-
dents at the University to become
Make Reservations For
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The London Arms Hotel
Announcing lo all that the I.on-
don Arm-. Ilotrl and Dining Room
*ill he iinen to the public for the
entire Passover Holidays.
we also take the privilege to
ay that Kashruth is observed to
:hr fullest extent. The quality of
g it food and the service shall be
ii the best
Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz
Will Conduct Sedarim
Reservations to Be Mad*
adjusted in their social surround-
ings. There is no one more lone-
ly than a young girl in a strange
city with little opportunity to
meet people. We hope to pro-
vide a system whereby the girls
will be able to make lots of ac-
quaintances and come to feel at
home in the community, which
they probably could not do on
their own initiative. This sys-
tem of college mothers, that is,
natives in the community taking
a personal interest in the girls,
inviting them to their homes, etc.
has worked to excellent advant-
ages in other cities. Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman is chairman of the
College Mother plan.
Next we are giving a scholar-
ship to a deserving refugee, to
enable him to get a real start in
life. This will send him, provid-
ing funds hold out, to a Florida
university for a full course of
The Auxiliary was called upon
to aid the Jewish Refugee Child-
ren in England. Mrs. Ida Opt-
ner and Mrs. John Kronenfeld
did a competent and thorough
job with this affair, and quite a
considerable sum of money was
raised. Furthermore, we are go-
ing to aid the Miami Refugee
Committee in Social Service work
here in the community whenev-
er they call upon us.
We are planning our second
Seder for the University students
at which we expect 200 students.
The affair given last year was so
inspiring that all students are
looking forward to again attend-
ing this year. In May we have
planned a box supper for the men
and women and a very entertain-
ing evening is in store for B'nai
B'rith members. Mrs. J. J. Ber-
man is chairman of the affair.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
and to travel from one town to
another by railway without the
special permission of Nazi police.
Permission, which the Jews must
obtain for each trip, will be grant-
ed only in emergency cases and
only for third and fourth class
passage on local trains. Travel by
fast express trains has been bar-
red to Jews entirely.
Meanwhile, ghettos are spring-
ing up througout Nazi-Poland.
Jews, for the most part in des-
perate financial straits, must pay
for the moving of their furniture
from their homes to the ghettos.
Jews who cannot raise the money
to cover the cost of moving must
leave their possessions behind.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organization* In Greater Miami, depend* for it* success upon
the continued co-operation of avery group in the community. Date*
for next week's issue ahould be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officer* of organization*
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative date* a* early a*
The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 21141. which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing date*.
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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
SEDARS PERFORMED BY
WELL KNOWN CANTOR
DIETARY LAWS OBSERVED
LEO ROBINSON TO HEAD
STRAUS DUPARQUET FIRM
Leo Robinson, recently resigned
as president of the American
Bank & Trust Company, in Mi-
ami, will head the Florida divis-
ion of the Nathan Straus-Dupar-
quet companies, largest outfitters
of restaurants and hotels in the
nation, it was announced.
A resident of Hibiscus island
here, the widely known banker
organized the American Bank &
Trust some five years ago, and
has been interested in Southern
commercial development for a
number of years.
Negotiations for his services
were launched many months ago
and finally culminated with the
arrival here of Sam Sperans,
president of the wholesale mer-
BOTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL,
open every week in the year and
Sunday Session* begin Sunday
morning;. October 20. 1940, ending
Sunday morning. May 25th, 1941.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
11. A. bowling games.
SECOND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior Hadassnh.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowitz
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
FOURTH MONDAY every month,
board meeting, Senior Hadassah.
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTern-
pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m.
at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Ixnlge B'nal B'rith.
6Freda Markowitz Ladies
Auxiliary bingo party, Beth
David Auditorium, 8 p. m.
9National Children's Cardiac
Home, Dade Chapter, lunch-
eon and bingo, Ruby Foo's,
12:30 p. m.
9Y. M. H. A. general member-
ship meeting; Jack Kofoed,
16Y. W. H. A. Passover Tea.
20Junior Hadassah Donors Din-
ner, Carrousel, 7 p. m.
The national office is having a
nationwide membership drive
and Miami would like to come
through with flying colors. Our
membership chairman on Miami
Beach, Mrs. J. A. Berman, and
Mrs. Sol Goldstrom (whom you
all know is vice president of the
district) with the Miami unit
have ambitious plans. We urge
all of the wives of B'nai B'rith
members to please join us in this
From now on you will have the
Auxiliary news hot off the fire
from our sweet little Columbia,
S. C. girl, Mrs. Al Green, who
is our publicity chairman for the
The ADL office in Miami
needed volunteer workers, and
our women went to the front as
they always do, and did a splen-
did job in helping Mr. Boxerman.
I would be most ungrateful if
I did not take this opportunity
to thank the Ladies of the Lodge
for electing me their delegate to
the convention in Washington.
I hope you have enjoyed read-
ing this column as much as I have
in writing it, and hope to see
you all at our next meeting,
April 8th, at the Y. M. H. A.
Register and vote in the coming
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MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Dietary Laws Strictly
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
ifor Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubrooma.
EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap.
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the borne of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vetry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Rsd Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal B'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings, 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A.
Basketball and Dance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfson's
home. 1059 Collins Ave., Miami
21Jewish Welfare Bureau, reg-
23Y. W. H. A. book review.
27Bingo Game, Y.M.-Y.W.H.A.
30Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. Informa-
tion Please Program.
2National Council Jewish Wo-
men closing forum luncheon.
7National Council Jewish Wo-
men election meeting, Morris
Bros. Dept. Store.
20National Council Jewish Wo-
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Phone 2-2387 Mrs. York. Prop.
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ABRAHAM A. KELLNEB. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
590 S- W. 17th Avenue
1545 S. W. Third Street
Daily Shachris ........... 7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon----------- 8:00 a. m.
Mincha .......-.................. 5:30 p.m.
Maariv .............------------ 6:00 p.m.
Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p.m.
Sabbath Service.............9:00 a. m.
The annual boat ride of our
Ladies Auxiliary will take place
Tuesday night, April 8th, aboard
the Yacht Seven Seas. A most
enjoyable evening is assured for
all those who attend. Mrs. J. L.
Jacobs is general chairman of
the committee and reservations
may be made by calling 2-4471.
A committee of the board of
directors and board of education
visited the Talmud Torah last
week and examined all classes in
their respective studies. The re-
sults of the examination were
very gratifying and members of
the committee commented on the
splendid progress of the children.
The following were on the com-
mittee: H. M. Drewich, Morris
Bear. Abe Pepper, Rev. Kagan.
Max Kupferstein. Sam Silver,
Isaac Rosengarten, and L. Rosen-
The children of the Talmud
Torah and Sunday School will
conduct the annual children's
Sunday, April 6th. at
11:00 A. M. The committee of
the Ladies Auxiliary in charge
of preparing the seder tables in-
cludes Mrs. George Chertkof,
Mrs. H. M. Kagan, and Mrs. Har-
ry Schulman. Parents and friends
are most cordially invited.
Sale of Chometz
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
sale of chometz during the en-
tire week before Pesach until
the morning before Passover,
mornings at his residence and
afternoons and evenings in the
The service for the redemption
of the first born will be conduct-
ed by Rabbi Kellner on Friday,
April 11th at 7:00 A. M. All first
born are urged to be present.
We chronicle with profound
grief that our dear friend Mrs.
Nathan Ginsburg mourns the loss
of her late beloved mother Oleho
Hasholom and we pray that the
Lord may comfort her amidst
the mourners of Zion and Jeru-
The unveiling of the tombstone
of the late S. Brody will take
Place this Sunday, April 6 at
130 P. M. in the Woodlawn cem-
Heartiest congratulations and
sincere good wishes to Mr. and
Mrs A. B. Clein upon the birth
Of their son. May they live to
raise him in good health and hap-
e are happy to extend greet-
ms and congratulations to Mr.
nd Mrs. A. Englander whose
marriage was solemnized by Rab-
Kellner last Sunday.
Waahlnejton Avenue and Third
-J5r,et' Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenex Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a.
m., Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Junior Congregation Saturday
at 9 a: m:
Mincha. daily from 5:30 p. m.
Friday and Saturday at 6:15 p.m.
Maariv. daily at 6:50 p. m.,
Saturday at 7:0.r> p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturdays at
6:30 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver
a traditional Pilpul and Drasha
Saturday at 5:00 p. m. The pub-
lic is invited. He will make im-
portant announcements concern-
ing Passover and Passover pro-
ducts at the morning services.
Chametz may be sold through
Rabbi Mescheloff on the Beach
up until Friday morning, April
11th. He can be contacted at
the synagogue or at his home
during the day. Tradition re-
quires of every Jew to dispose of
his chametz before Passover. Call
at the synagogue for this pur-
Passover wines may be orcl -ivd
through our sexton, Max Fcit.
at the synagogue.
A number of dairies will be
under local supervision this year.
Every product must bear the sig-
natures of the supervising rabbis
Pepsi-Cola is the only supervised
drink for Passover. Coffee will
be locally supervised. No wine
whatsoever is locally bottled un-
der supervision. Buy with cau-
In case of any question or
doubt concerning Passover foods
call Rabbi Mescheloff at 5-1328
Our Sisterhood will hold its
regular monthly meeting this
coming Monday night at 8 o'clock
at our synagogue. An interest-
ing program has been arranged.
Important matters will be dis-
cussed. Nomination of officers
for the new year will take place.
We urge all women interested
in our Sisterhood and its work
for our synagogue, Religious
School and our community to
come and bring their friends to
this meeting. Mrs. B. H. London
Our Beach Habanoth conduct-
ed a very successful old-time
movie evening last Sunday night.
A report will be tendered at their
meeting Wednesday at 7 at the
Religious School building. All
girls between 12 and 15 are in-
vited to join at this time.
Our Mizrachi had an outstand-
ing meeting at our Talmud Torah
building last Saturday night. A
very large attendance filled the
auditorium in celebration of the
second anniversary of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi. Candles were
lighted. Reports yere given.
Seventy five dollars was contrib-
uted to the Nachlat Herzog by
the men's division. Plans for the
second Lag B'Omer picnic were
discussed, and a committee ap-
pointed to select grounds and re-
port on transportation problems.
On the social program were
Cantors Maurice Mamches and
Nathan Wrooble. Principal speak-
er was Rabbi Max Felshin of New
York. Cakes and refreshments
were contributed by the Tides
Hotel, The Astor Hotel, The
Boston House, the Abrams House,
the London Arms Hotel. Flow-
ers were presented by Mrs. A.
Our sincere Mazul Tov to Mr.
Marvin Charles Leavitt and Miss
Faye Rosenberg on their mar-
riage last Sunday. The wedding
took place at the home of Rabbi
Mescheloff in the presence of the
Our children will present their
annual model seder, Thursday af-
ternoon, April 10th at the Tal-
mud Torah building. Songs,
readings, questions and answers.
Haggadah translation and re-
freshments will all be part of the
afternoon. The public is cordial-
ly invited. The service will be
held from 4:30 p. m. to 6 p. m.
Refreshments will be served by
Rabbi Mescheloff will hold a
Siyum Friday morning. April 11
at 8:00 o'clock for the benefit of
all first born. B'chorim are
asked to be on time.
167 N. E, 11th treat
Office Phone 17746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. O.
6666 Indian Creek Drive6.12*6
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
MOO LaOorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
"Do not withdraw thyself from
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, April 4, 8:15
o'clock Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on "Freedom's
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis an-
nounce the bar mitzvah celebra-
tion of their son, Kenneth, to be
held at the Temple services this
Friday evening, at 8:15 o'clock.
A reception, in honor of the bar
mitzvah will be tendered by his
parents after the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock.
ICongregational participation. To-
I rah reading, and sermonctte on
I Biblical portion by Rabbi Zwit-
[Wltsil'i Pioneer Conjrrea,Men)
W N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, IUBOI
4M C W. 11th Read
Office Phone 2.1478
Home Phone 2-1174
Daily Services_______7:30 a.m.
Evening Services___5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning____8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily_ 3:15-6:15
Sunday School_____10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong Saturdays__10:30a. m.
Late Friday Evening
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Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M.
Through sleeping cars for Chi-
cago, Cleveland and Detroit.
Through redining-seat coach to
Detroit. Direct route. Travel in
comfort and safety at low cost
in coaches and Pullman cars.
Lounge car. Dining car.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 173 E. FUgler St..
Miami, Tel. 3-S391. T. W. Luckatt. A.C.P.A.
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Late Friday Evening Services
The last Friday evening ser-
vices for the season was held '.his
past Friday night with a very
largest attendance in the syna-
gogue. These services will be re-
sumed once again after the High
Holy Day season.
Tiic services of the Junior and
man. Members of Confirmation Seniors will take place Saturday
help conduct the service, morning at 10:30. During these
Anyone having articles of
clothliiK. furniture, etc, that
are not belim useil oi neeeu u.
please cooperate with lie La-
dles Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and aeno
Sese article* to the Kl'M-
A'iE STORE malntai led
If You Cannot Bring These
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
MM. L. J. Harts. 2-7135
Mre. Morri 0u.b,*r- HfJ7
Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5-42W
Jewish Welfare Office, S-M77
Mre. Meyer Schwarti, 2-1864
and they will be called for
Parents and friends are urged to
N. O. D. L.
The National Organization for
Decent Literature endorsed by
various religious groups in the:
country, was also endorsed last]
we k by the Ministerial Associa-
tion of Greater Miami. At a meet-
ing' if the central board. Rev.
Glenn C. James was elected
chairman with Father F. D. Sul-
livan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man as co-chairmen.
A city-wide signing of pledges
by Greater Miami citizens will
take place en April 20th.
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael cordially invites its mem-
bers to the annual meeting for
the election of officers to be held
in Kaplan Hall Monday, April 7.
at 2 o'clock.
In addition to the officers, a
slate for the Sisterhood board of
trustees will also be presented.
Vital matters of importance for
the coming year will constitute
the agenda, including plans for
the installation luncheon.
An interesting program dealing
with Jewish Art Week will be
presented by Mrs. Tobias Si-
mon. A social hour will follow
the meeting, and refreshments
will be served.
The annual congregational se-
der will be held at the Temple on
Friday evening, April 11th at
6:30 o'clock. The Sisterhood is
the sponsor of this festive spirit-
ual event. Chairman of the se-
der committee this year is Mrs.
Henry A. Kauffmann, with Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, Mrs. Herbert A.
Simon and Mrs. Max Steuer
serving on the committee of ar-
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
Al tliis Friday evening ser-
vices, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Po"nt'.v departed: Harris Rus-
kLn, father of Dan Ruskin.
Yahrzcits: Dr. Hirsch Sadbw-
sky. husband of Mrs. Golia Sa-
dowsky and father of Dr. Bernard
services this Saturday. David,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. George
Silver, will become bar mitzvah.
He will greet the worshipers, and
a reception will be tendered to
him in the auditorium immedi-
ately after the benediction, at
h time David will act as I
to the Junior Congregation.
The Junior Congrcgatioin will
conduct special services during
the first two days of Passe.
April 12th and 13th at 10:30 AM.
Sunday School Sader Services
A special sader is being ar-
ranged for the students of our
Sunday School this coming Sun-
day morning at 10 o'clock. The
entire services will be explained
and interpreted so that the stu-
dents will be familiar with the
Passover observances. The Sis-
terhood will serve Passover edi-
Passover this year falls on the
evening of April 11th, and ter-
minates the night of April 19th.
The first two days are Saturday
and Sunday. April 12th and 13th,
and the last two days are Fri-
day and Saturday, April 18th and
19th. Does that mean anything to
you? Do you know that our fath-
ers gave up their political cen-
ter, Jerusalem, for a synagogue
and Talmud Torah at Yavneh?
Do you know that for the sake
of a synagogue and Torah, Rabbi
Akiva, Rabbi Channaniah ben
Teradion, Rabbi Shimon ben
Gamaliel and many other teach-
ers gave up their lives? They
gave their lives for our sake. We
ask 'Did it pay?" when we notice
how occupied we have become
CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
H. Sadowsky; Dr. Nathan Eisen-
mann, brother of Mrs. Adolph
Wertheimer; Harry Greenfield,
brother of Charles Greenfield;
Augusta Wronker, mother of Her-
man Wronker; Stera Kovner,
mother of Harry Kovner; Mark
Simons, brother of Harry V. Si-
mons; Theresa Riesner, mother
of Mrs. H. E. Kleiman and Bert
Floral offering this week, and
gift to Temple, in memory of Dr.
HUDAY, APRIL 4. IK,
The marriage of Mis.-. Goldic
Khigrnan, daughter of Mr and
Mis M Klugman of Savannah.
C.;. t< Charles Adelman. son of
Mi and Mrs Nathan Adelman.
took place Sunday afternoon.
March 30 m the Civic Boon
the Savannah Hotel. Savai
with Rabbi Wilharr. Drazer
ficiatmg Both U*
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Mrs Charles Adeimar.
by their parents Mar:.- Adc -
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maid of honor an Rot-
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Boat ride planned for Tuesday
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 1941
HAVE TOP WEIGHT
\V. F. Mannagh's Liberty
Flight, winter stakes winner, has
be,:, assigned top weight of 126
pounds for next Saturday's sec-
ond running of the $3,000 added
Gables Spring Handicap,
fifth stake on the Gables Racing
Association's roster of six Spring
handicaps. Racing Secretary
Robert S. Shelley has weighted
him two pounds above Mrs. T.
Christopher's Doubt Not at 124
pounds. This pair is substantially
above all other of the 31 nominees
Sweet Willow, from the R. W.
Collins barn, raced impressively
.it Hialeah Park, one of her vic-
tor >s coming in the Black Helen
Handicap, and the 118 pounds
* lew I siIkrMfin
S. End Wash. Arenue
TUES. and WED.
APRIL 15th and 16th
Gustav Berger, Jerry Ros-
enberg, Fannia Rubina
In An All Talking
which she must shoulder in her
parade is not excessive in view
of her consistent efforts. Royal
Man, another recent winner, has
115 pounds as his share with
Robert L., who sopped the Royal
Palm Handicap at Tropical Park
over a sea of gumbo, next in
line under 114.
The Coral Gables Spring Handi-
cap is the last sprint on the
Spring roster, and the six fur-
longs horses will have their last
fling at the important money
hung up by Tropical Park. A
number of the eligibles. 15 in all,
have also been named for the
$10,000 Tropical Handicap, fea-
turing closing day, April 10, and
many may use the Coral Gables
sprint as a prep for the getaway |
classic. The race may also attract
the entry Pass Out. the Brandon I
Stable's star, and one of the top \
three-year-olds of 1940. This son
of By-Pass 2nd has been given a
chicken prep for the Tropical
'Cap and if his handlers have
serious designs on that important
event he will find the Saturday
race a real trial as well as a
Friends of Morris Scheinbaum,
who passed away suddenly two
weeks ago, are planning a mem-
orial meeting to be held in the
near future. During his lifetime
by ROSALYN KLEIN
STREICHER TO START
Zurich (WNS)Julius Streich-
er, Greater Germany's No. 1
anti-Semite, will arrive in Den-
mark soon to supervise the anti-
Jewish campaign in that Nazi-
occupied country, it was reported
in "Fatherland." a Nazi news-
paper published in Denmark.
Meanwhile, it was announced
that 22 prominent Danish Jews,
who left the country when the
Government capitulated to Ger-
many, had been deprived of their
citizenship and forbidden to re-
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KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
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We Handle of Full Line of Wines
DOMESTIC AND PALESTINIAN
Also all Kinds of
MATZOS. DRY FRUITS and DAIRY PRODUCTS
Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts In Fact
YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS
may be obtained at the
170 N. W. FIFTH STREET
The Finest Kosher Passover Wines
Imported and Domestic
At the recent committee meet-
ing at the home of Mrs. Irving
Querido definite plans for the an-
nual Donor's Dinner to be given
by Junior Hadassah were com-
The dinner and dance will be
held at the Carrousel on Sunday
evening, April 20th at 7 o'clock.
There will be American and Cu-
ban music for dancing and also
a floor show in the new enlarged
quarters. A fine menu has been
planned and souvenirs will be
Reservations must be made in
advance and can be done by call-
ing Miss Gladys Stein, chairman,
at 5-5621. Any girl wishing to
attend must raise a stipulated
sum of money which will entitle
her and her escort to attend this
Miss Stein is being assisted by
Mrs. Querido. Mrs. E. Halpert.
jMiss Ruthye Bernstein, Mrs. Paul
Black. Miss Janie Gershon and
Miss Harriette Damenstein.
The next regular meeting of
Junior Hadassah will be held on
Fourth Street and
Dietary Laws Observed
2 Sader Night*. (4.00 per person
2 Meals Per Day, 8 Days
(15.00 per person
3 Meals Per Dav. 8 Days
$17.50 per person
Mr. Scheinbaum was active in
Florida in Zionist and synagogual
activities and at the time of his
death was president of Congre-
gation Beth Abraham of Miami, j Monday evening. April 7th at the
Beth David Talmud Torah at 8:30
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Housewives who are planning
menus for Passover may confi-
dently include Pepsi-Cola with
the knowledge that it has been
sanctioned for the holidays by
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America under
local rabbinical supervision.
On the neck of every bottle of
Pepsi-Cola bottled in accordance
with the Passover dietary laws,
appears a label stating that Pepsi-
Cola has been declared Kosher
for Passover by the Union, and
bearing the emblem of the Union
In addition to using Pepsi-Cola
as a drink during Passover, it is
interesting to know that it may
be successfully employed as an
ingredient in cooking, to give an
unusual tang. The company has
just brought out a new, free re-
cipe booklet, "Hospitality Reci-
pes Out of a Pepsi-Cola Bottle,"
which includes a variety of reci-
pes and menus for all occasions
from brunch to supper buffets.
Delicious desserts, salads, frap-
pes, drinks and between-meals
snack suggestions are to be found
in the attractive little booklet, all
tested, and all tasty, simple to
prepare and economical.
To obtain the recipe booklet,
send your name and address to
the Pepsi-Cola Company, Long
Island City, N. Y. It will be
handy and helpful for a long
time after Passover, as well
during the holidays.
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SPECIAL HOUSING PROJECT
STRESSED BY DADE FEDERAL
At a meeting held in Atlanta,
Ga., on March 31 under the di-
rection of the Federal Home
Loan Bank Board, the great
need for a special housing pro-
ject in connection with the Na-
tional Defense Program was
stressed by Ormond Loomis. Lia-
son officer of the board, and Da-
vid Ford. asst. Governor. Some
thirty odd delegates from Fed-
eral Savings and Building and
Loan Associations in the South-
eastern district were in attend-
ance among whom was Joseph
M. Lipton. pros, of the Dade
Federal Savings and Loan Assoc-
During the meeting which is
but one of a series scheduled to
take place all over the U. S.. ex-
ecutives of the various institu-
tions pledged their support to
the proposed plan. Of particular
interest is the fact that the Fed-
eral Housing Administration is
cooperating in this program and
plans have been outlined for
units in Miami and other cities
in Florida. ,
The Federal Home Loan Board
is an institution comprised of
i 3900 Savings and Loan Assoc-
iations with resources of over
' five billion dollars and because
iof its strength is the most logi-
cal organization to promote tins
1 project and is in a better position
] to speed up the defense housing
i program than any other institu-
tion now operating, as speed and
efficiency are very essential at
, this time in order to obtain the
Henry D. Knowlton D-
Housing Coordinator from Wash-
ington stressed the importa:
beautv. convenience and proper
neighborhoods for civilian work-
, ers who are engaged in Govern-
ment work and it is also very
necessary that an economical
i price be maintained, the suggest-
ed average cost not to exceeo
$3,000 Knowlton further sug-
gested a defense council with u
local representative in each area
to studv the various situations
verv carefully, as he believed
there were several contingencies,
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
GRADE "A" MILK COTTAGE CHEESE
WHITE BELT DAIRY
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
N. W. 32ND AVENUE PHONE 7-2411
PASSOVER AT GROSSINGER'S
ON THE OCEAN AT 17TH STREET
Sedar Services Conducted by
CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
" HOME MILK"
PI Z B T 1 & 2
Just as you enjoy oui Dairy Products throughout the
year, you will appreciate its high quality during the
Passover when these delicious and wholesome necessi-
ties will be made available to the Jews of Dade and
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with
the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Pass-
over Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an
appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us
throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is
observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairv.
All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of:
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation Miami Beach
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
CALL, WRITE OR PHONE
Home Milk Producers
769 N. W. 18th Terrace
813 Las Olas Blvd.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4. 194.
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in his first New
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with our business and so neglect-
ful of these matters for wh,ch
our forefathers sacrificed their
Show your allegiance and ioy.
alty by attending the synagogual
services during the first and last
days of our "Great Feast of Lib-
Remember, if you desire that
your beloved ones be included in
the Memorial Services, phone the
rabbi and inscribe their names as
a safekeeping for all times.
Remember, Yiscor or memorial
services will take place Satur-
day. April 19th at 10 A M.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Passover services and
Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble
will chant the traditional melo-
Sunday School Picnic
The Sunday School children's
picnic will take place Sunday.
May 18th, at Matthesor, Ham-
E. A. EHMANN
268 Halcyon Arcade
1st Sadei Fri
2r.c Sader. Satu
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Rabbi Moses Mescheioff
79 N. W. 20TH ST.
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Pays tor its*
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