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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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PASSOVER
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VOLUME 14No. 15
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
KRESS QUITS
New York (WNS)The Ameri-
can Jewish Congress announced
this week that it had withdrawn
its delegation from the General
Jewish Council at a meeting of
!he Council held Sunday at the
Hotel Astor.
The action followed presenta-
lion of a memorandum setting
[<>rth the history of the General
Jewish Council in the three years
New York. April I. 1141
Jewish Floridian.
Miami. Florida.
The General Jewish Council
it continuing, notwithstanding
the withdrawal of the delega-
tion representing the American
Jewish Congreas at the Coun-
cil's meeting on April I. in New
York City, it was announced
here by the American Jewish
Committee. B'nai B'rith and
the Jewish Labor Committee.
Declaring that the Council is
not only continuing but in
tends to enlarge its scop*, the
threo organisations who con-
tinue their membership in the
General Jewish Council voiced
their regret at the action of the
American Jewish Congress and
expressed their hope that the
American Jewish Congress
would soon return to the Gen-
eral Jewish Council.
(Signed) The American Jew-
ish Committee. B'nai B'rith
Jewish Labor Committee.
Since it was formed by the Con-
fress, the American Jewish Com-
mittee. B'nai B'rith and the Jew-
ish Labor Committee. The mem-
orandum charged the Council
with "consistent failure to make
any progress to achieve the pur-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
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510,000 JEWS IN
WARSAW GHETTO
ABE SEGREGATED
Mew York (WNS)There are
510.000 Jews crowded into the
Warsaw ghetto, completely cut
If from the rest of the city, ac-
cording to Demaree Bess, whose
article on Nazi-occupied Poland
appeared in the Saturday Even-
ing Post.
Bess reported that the plans
'or creating a ghetto in the form-
er Polish capital were conceived
by Keichsamtsleiter Schoon, who
told the reporter that Polish Jews
Wt re typhus carriers and ex-
tremely dangerous to public
health. The job of moving 113.-
000 Poles out of the Jewish sec-
tion and 138,00 Jews into it from
other parts of the city took six
weeks, the Nazi leader told Bess.
Curfew for Jews is nine
clock, two heur earlier than
' Pole*.
HUH i
COL GOTTLIEB BRINGS
MESSAGE TO U. S. JEWS
Washington (W N S) Colonel
Gottlieb, member of the staff of
Gen. Wladislaw Sikorski, Premier
of the Polish government-in-ex-
ile, who arrived here to confer
with President Roosevelt, will
bring a special message to Ameri-
can Jews from Dr. Ignacy
Schvvartzbard, sole Jewish mem-
ber of the Polish National Coun-
cil, it was reported here.
Informed quarters said that
Col. Gottlieb would urge Ameri-
can Jews to demand that Gen.
Sikorski make a definite state-
ment regarding the Polish refugee
governments policy towards
Jews Jewish leaden in London
and here have been disturbed by
the statements made recently by
right-wing members of the Polish
National Council to the effect
that there will be no room for
Jews in post-war Poland.
Dr Schwartzbard has instruct-
ed Col. Gottlieb, it was said, to
inform American Jews of the
necessity to obtain a pledge
couched in clear and unequivocal
language, from Gen. Sikorski,
guaranteeing Jews equal right!
and protection from anU-Semit-
RABBI BECKER TO
IN PUERTO RICO
New York (WNS)To conduct
the first Passover Seder services
for enlisted men of the army
ever held in Puerto Rico. Rabbi
Levy Becker, of New Haven,
sailed for San Juan aboard the
S. S. Coamo under the auspices
if the National Jewish Welfare
Board.
Rabbi Becker traveled 1400
miles to hold the special services
because there is no Jewish army
chaplain in Puerto Rico, and the
rapid enlargement of the mili-
tary forces under the defense
program has put more than 16,-
000 soldiers on the island, a
large number of them Jews. Ar-
rangements for Rabbi Becker's
trip were made through Charles
M. Gans, chairman of the Puerto
Rico committee of the National
Jewish Welfare Board, which is
the official agency for work with
the Jewish personel of the army
mnder the Wax Departmeat
LONDON DAILY ASKS
PAPER INVESTIGATION
London (WNS)A thorough
government investigation of the
anti-Semitic weekly, "..'stem Po-
lak< : -." published in '.-. {land by
Polish refugee j was
demanded here by the London
Daily Herald, which condemned
the Polish paper's anti-Jewish
policies and agitation.
The Daily Herald declared that
the policies of "Jestem Polakem"
wen- similar to the anti-Jewish
policies of newspapers published
in Germany and Nazi-occupied
countries and urged that govern-
ment investigators make a study
of the weekly's source of income
Citing the grave paper short-
age which has hampered English
newspapers, the Daily Herald
demanded that the paper supply
of the anti-Semitic Polish week-
ly be immediately cut off on the
ground that the paper could be
put to better use by British pub-
lishers.
Expressing himself as tired of
receiving vague assurances from
the Polish refugee government.
Prof. Brodetsky demanded that
the exiled government make
clear that it had broken with the
anti-Jewish policies of the 1938
and 101* Polish governments.
TAKE LARGE
FROM RESIDENTS
Athens (WNS)Spurred by the
return to Sofia from Germany
of terrorist leader Jan Mikhaloff.
Bulgarian Nazis have organized
gangs which roam the country.
terrorizing and extorting huge
sums of money from the panic-
stricken Jewish population, it
was reported here.
Mikhaloff. who returned to
Bulgaria when Nazi troops for-
mally occupied the country, im-
mediately organized a gang
known as the "Black Corps."
with members throughout the
country
The Bulgarian government
knows of the existence of the
"Black Corps," most violent of
the Nazi groups, but is power-
ess to act because of the fact
that Nazi Germany is openly
supporting Mikhaloff. Members
of the terrorist band invade Jew
ish homes and shops and take
with them whatever strikes their
fancy.
One report stated that the
"Black Corps" kidnapped sei
erai wealthy Bulgarian Jews and
extorted huge ransoms from their
families. The Jews appealed ti>
the police but were unable to
obtain protection.
Meanwhile, the Bulgarian gov-
ernment, completely under the
Nazi's domination, have announ-
ced that a delegation will be
sent to Hungary to study the
anti-Jewish laws in that country
with the purpose of introducing
similar anti-Jewish legislation in
Bulgaria.
WILL NOT RECEIVE
RAID DAMAGE PAY
Lisbon (WNS)German Jews
will not receive compensation
for damage to their homes and
property during air raids, ac-
cording to the Nazi labor publi-
cation. "Reichsarbeitsblatt," a
copy of which has just been re-
ceived here.
The Nazi labor organ reported
also that Jewish workers must
not be paid for time spent in
air-raid shelters during air raids.
The paper explained that "Jew-
ish influence" had been removed
completely from German industry
and labor, but that a number of
Jewish workers were needed as
a result of the demands of the
Nazi war machine.
The Nazi publication discussed
the question of forcing all Ger-
man workers into cosnpnlaesry
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nUDAY, APRIL 11. 1941

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PAGE THREE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Passover Greetings
v W H. A. Social. Wed. April 16
A3 the American Public eagerly
.waits the opening of the Base-
ball Seas-n. so it is with the
w,ml,,I1 0f Creator Miami and the
Approaching Y. W. H. A. An-
nual Passover Reception and get
together come Wednesday. April
16.
Those of you who have attend-
,d thi- previous Y. W. H. A. Pass-
over Receptions, we are sure
wil| attend in full regalia. How-
,.vi.r, We expect each of you to
bring new blood in the area to
this splendid social and get to-
gether. A fine program is in store
lor all the ladies.
News 'Round Town
We are happy to tell you that
Abe Silver is doing alright fol-
lowing a delicate eye operation.
That Mrs. Harry Schwartz's
boy. Douglas, is recuperating
nicely following the removal of
tonsils and adenoids.
That Mickey Lubel and his
Athletic Committee are accept-
ing new and old recruits inter-
pstcd in the 2nd National Pass-
time of softball. Practice ses-
Sincere Passover Greetings
Auto Collision Works
12S N. E. 13th St. Ph. 3-2615
It is a Pleasure to Extend
the Hand of Good Fel-
lowship to My Many
Friends During the Holy
Days of Passover ....
I. ARON ABBOTT
Ingraham Bldg.
sums arc held .very Sunday
|morning, leaving fr< m the V
grounds to a nearby field.
That Jack Apte, among his
many other duties at the "Y", is
doing a swell job as manager
of the new Summer Duckpin
League now in its first week.
Games arc held every Thursday
at 8 p. m, at the Miami Recrea-
tion Alleys. Never too late to try
out.
That Maurice Grossman, our
executive director, has accepted
President Roosevelt's suggestion
to sponsor an "I am an Ameri-
can" program at the "Y" on May
18. Anyone reaching 21 years
of age or having become a citi-
zen will be honored then.
That registrations are now be-
ing accepted for the Home Camp.
Do not delay as an extraordinarily
large enrollment is anticipated.
Rates are $3 per week. Camp
sessions will begin June 16 for
a ten week period. For further
information see Maurice Gross-
man, executive director or Mr.
and Mrs. Leon Lieberman.
Notice members and friends
Due to Passover, the 'Y" will be
closed from 5 p.m. Friday to 7
p. m. Sunday.
Wed., April 23, Mrs. Max Dob-
rin will review "The Life of
Clara Schunaun," a romantic bi-
ography by John N. Burk at the
"Y" at 8:30 p. m.
P. S. Registration books have
now been removed from the pre-
cincts to the Court House. Hurry
and registerDon't be caught
short. Adios.
A HAPPY PASSOVER .
Miami Ornamental
Iron Works, Inc.
JOSEPH C. FITZGERALD
Phone ."6845
243 S. W. 6th STREET
PAS80VER GREETINGS
M. F. SMITH
NATIONAL
DETECTIVE
AGENCY
Ingraham Bldg.
Miami
NAZIS OUST JEWS TO MAKE
ROOM FOR NAZI EVACUEES
Lisbon (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in Slovakia confiscated the
homes of thousands of Jews to
provide room for 45,000 German
women and children who were
evacuated from the heavily-
bombed district- of Germany, it
earm I hi re In many ca
it was n ported, Jews were given
only 24 hours notice to leave
their homes and were not per-
mitted to take their possessions
with them.
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ASKS CONTRIBUTIONS OF
TIN FOIL AND ALUMINUM
R. R. Adler as a member of the
Committee to Defend America.
Dade County Chapter, is asking
for contributions of tinfoil and
other similar items as aluminum
pans, that will be of aid to Great
Birtain in their present crisis.
Mr. Adler may be contacted at
425 E. Rivo Alto Drive, Phone
5-3260.
Sincere Passover Greetings
Daniel M. Brown
BROWN'S POTATO CHIP
AND PRETZEL CO.
1100 S. W. 8th St. Ph.3-4916
Sincere Passover Greetings
Ernest L Bryant
Official Reporter
of the Circuit Court
943 Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-5337
A HAPPY PASSOVER
To All My Jewish Patrons
and Friends
GLADYS KING
BEAUTY SALON
8131 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-7878
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
The Trail Lodge
DANCING SHORT ORDERS
WINE AND BEER
"OPEN ALL NIGHT"
7710 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4'9458
We Wish To Announce a Complete Line 0* limM|
DAIRY PRODUCTSKOSHER FOR PASSOVER
nDB te W3
under supervision of
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. Miami
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miami Beach
Sunny Brook Creamery
9N.W oniu c. Phone 2-5310
79 N. W. 20th St.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BRAMLETT
EQUIPMENT CO.
800 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-0794
PASSOVER GREETINGS
McArthur Jersey
Dairy Farm. Inc.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
Phone 71667 Miami. Fla
PASSOVER GREETING6
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MARKET
CEOIUJE JACOB. Prop.
QUALITY WESTERN MEATS
and FANCY GROCERIES
WE DELIVER
2283 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 41727
I'ASSOVBR
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HOTEL
PARAMOUNT
259 But Flakier St.
Mr. :uid Mrs. Abe Winer
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your weight m-lentlfloaUy. Treatments given with wonderful result*.
YORK SWEDISH MASSAGE AND
ELECTROLYSIS STUDIO
304 Profesiional Etlda. PHONE 2-2387 216 N. E. 2nd AVE.
NASH HOTEL
ENJOY A REALLY DELIGHTFUL HOME ATMOSPHERE
SPEND THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS AT THE
NASH HOTEL
Sedar Services Conducted by Rev. I. FIALKOW
Make Reservations NowPhone 5-4641
1120 Collins AvenueUnder the Management of
THE NASH FAMILY
Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our
Many Jewish Friends
ACME FAST FREIGHT, Inc.
300 S. W. 1st Ave.
Phone 2-1731
PASSOVER GREETINGS
U. S. PLASTERING CO.
ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING
STUCCO. CAST STONE, LATHING
LIGHT IRON FURRING
36th STREET and 37th AVENUE N. W.
1736 S W. 6TH STREET
eJIaffian i f r Q u 5) u p a r q ue I
of eJforida
wishes to announce tfiaf
DTI r. eo 5t o > i n s o n
Sormerfy President of American 'Bant & Srusl So.
dlliami, Sforida
fca* jBeen Sfeefed Executive 'Dice President
in eftorida
Office, Showroom &
Warehouse
1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
GEO. L. DIXON BLDG.
PHONE 8-244
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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In New York City
630 Sixth Avenue
In Boston, Mass.
367 Boylston St.
In Chicago, 111.
225 N. Racine Ave.
In New Haven, Conn.
232 State Street
Complete Equipment, Furnishings and Supplies. Hotels. Apartments, Restaurants
and Institutions.
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PAGE FIVE
SOCIETY
On Friday. April 18. the seventh
day of Passover, the* bar mitzvah
celebration of Boris Rackovsky,
son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E.
Rackovsky of 810 11th St., will
be held at Andron's Alamac Ho-
ld. 1300 Collins Ave. All friends
arc cordially invited to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. Isadora M. Roths-
child of Brooklyn, N. Y., are
ending the Passover holiday
with their brother and sister-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P.
1<( thschild of Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley
ar(. now in their new home at
901 N. E. 73rd street.
Harold Berkowitz. son of Mr. and
Mrs. P. Berkowitz, left for Geor-
gia Military Academy after vis-
itniK here with his parents for
several days.

Mrs. Lillian Mills. 818 Jefferson
Ave., Miami Beach, left Wednes-
day for Richmond, Va., where
she will visit with her children,
Rabbi and Mrs. M. H. Frank.

Mr. Elias Saul Finklestein and
Miss Doris Ruby Rubin were
married Tuesday afternoon at a
garden ceremony at the home of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.

Tuesday, at 10:30 a. m.. board
meeting of the American Jewish
Congress will be held at the
home of Mrs. Moses Krieger,
president.
Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig. 347
N. E. 26th Terrace, announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Another Grand Jewish Talkinq Picture ....
A Story to Touch the Heart!
"DEB LEBEDIKEB tUSEM"
with JERRY ROSENBERG. GUSTAV BERGER
and FANNIA RUB1NA
TUES. WED
APRIL
15th 16th
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PLEDGE TO ASSIST
AS NAZIS
Belgrade ( W N S )-----Charging
that the war was forced on Ger-
many "by British Imperialism
and Jewish finance and capital,"
Nazi Dictator Hitler hurled his
mechanized legions against Yugo-
slavia and Greece, which grimly
prepared to resist the invasion.
While Yugoslavia speeded its
mobilization measures, a meet-
ing of representatives of all Jew-
ish communities and organiza-
tions in Yugoslavia convened in
Beli grade and pledged maximum
aid and cooperation to the new
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ing been produced under the
supervision of Rabbi Isaac Tend-
ler in New York which may be
so. However there is no evidence
that the same was under super-
vision when bottled, yet the la-
bels on each bottle misleadingly
state that the wine was bottled
in accordance with Orthodox
Jewish law.
We, the undersigned Orthodox
Rabbis of the community call at-
tention to the fact that the Mon-
tora wines so represented were
not bottled under proper super-
vision to the best of our knowl-
edge and hence are not Kosher
for use.
Respectfully yours.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
South End Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
2 5c 2 TO 6:30
Miss Peggy Joan Selig. to Stuart
I Gordon, son of Mrs. Anna Gor-
I don.

A June wedding has been plan-
ned by Miss Merle Herzfeld,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C.
Herzfeld, Miami Beach, and Jo-
seph Kolber, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Kolber, Miami. The bride-
elect attended Miami Beach
schools and Mr. Kolber attended
Chicago University.
AN OPEN LETTER
Editor, Jewish Floridian
Miami. Fla.
Dear Sir:
It has come to our attention
that a local concern is selling
supposedly Kosher Passover
wines under false and fraudulent
misrepresentation. The wine in
question is represented as hav-
Sincere Passover Greetings .
FISHER'S
LAUNDRY
SERVICE
534 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9192
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Acacia Flower Shop
1547 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9400
GREETINGS
COURT HOUSE
BILLIARD ROOM
Best and Biggest in the South
Billiard Room Supplies
Morris Bain. President
Phone 2-7452
37-41 N. W. Miami Court
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends
ROYAL
FULTON BAKERIES, INC.
6th Avenue and N. W. 7th St.
PHONE 2-3330
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PRESS INN
600 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-8688
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
The Boat Restaurant
Charles Anthony, Mgr.
39 N. E. 1st Are. Ph. 3-2517
Passover Greetings to Our
Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
CHAMBERLAIN
WEATHERSTRIP CO.. Inc.
46 N. E. 6th Street
Phone 3-2151 Miami
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
To All My
Jewish Friends
i
Miss Helen G. Warner
'!'
CORAL GABLES
FEDERAL
SAVINGS AND
LOAN
ASSN.
Best Wishes For
A Happy
PASSOVER
Season
2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
ROBERT R.
TAYLOR. JR.
AND ASSOCIATES
of the
COUNTY SOLICITOR'S
OFFICE
A Most Happy Passover
MORE AROMA
RICHER
FLAVOR
EHLERS'
OR M
fcoatf
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FORD SEPTIC TANK
COMPANY
1900 Red Road
PHONE 4-4012
To Our Friends and Patrons
A Most Happy PASSOVER
71st Street
Service Station
337 71st St. Ph. 6-9156
McGilvery
Service Station
2175 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 2-3274
SEASON'S
GREETINGS
2164 N. Miami Ave.
Phone 2-5902
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patrons
American Pharmacy, Inc.
744 N. E. 2nd Ave., Ph. 3-4665
Marshall's Drug Store
653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202
*
SEARS-ROEBUCK
&CO.
Greetings on Passover
1.0. PflOORfi
and
lii-tone
COMMERCIAL
PHOTOGRAPHERS
736 N. E 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-5822
We wish to extend the hand
of fellowship to our many
Jewish friends through the
Holy days of Pas. Air.
4'
Motion Picture
Machine
Operators Union
Local 316
....BEST
WISHES
....FOR A
HAPPY
PASSOVER
PROFESSIONAL
BLDG.
2 16 N E .
SECOND
AVENUE
To Our Many Friends
We Extend Best Wishes
for a
HAPPY
PASSOVER
y
CLARK R. PARKER
Distributor
"Tom's Toasted Peanuts"
Candies and Peanut
Butter Sandwiches
COMPLIMENTS OF
BELL
BURGLAR
ALARM CO
INC.
176 N. E 20th Street
2-1759
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A HAPPY
PASSOVER
THE
NOBLE
Now Located At
93 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 3-3542
Extends
To All Its Jewish Patrons
And Friends
A HAPPY PASSOVER
A. I. TOB1N
GEORGE LANGER
Owner
THE SUNGAS
Not Incoroorated
1100 West Flagler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons the
Wish for
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER


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PAGE SIX
vJmistintrM***
FRIDAY. APRIL ]], 1941
B'nai B'rith
ti
Not
e s
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
. -. .
And v
:
.
.
ring thesi
Bade
at Beth ]
this 1 '.'
,: ear wa landing
RUBY SHELBY'S
r : df vss'OE
I L neolr Boat Pnom S7M
11 Beacr. Fio-ida
JEWS- rP'ENr:
AMERICAN
FUEL OIL CO.
C C V C HCU
;:2 N v\ 22nc Averu*
iand tl
.......
...
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.
: of Jewi

re is the surpi
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assured mat it will be no-
.
1
- progi
regai I gal ......*
. Dist.
nvention ir v.
.......er
.. ran tl at they arc
. r up The sur-
_ tl in| th< nteresl that
Uu an u fell 1 ii thii
tnattei Quito -..-
aireac; their intent 1
:: accompany theii husbands.
Bov or. boy vrhal l timi
f N Z i. t
pamovem oweeTiNG!
MIAMI BEACH
JITNEY CORP.
4- OCEAN DRIVE
o-hOnE i.Wl
PASBOVEM GPEE" NCE
.- PD6I
HENRYL
OPPENBORN
had Tentatively a pnvi.....
will be :.i oui ill ipo al and
wiJ| i, avi Miami aboul M i
or 10th and g< 1 bai k I......boul
Itl an 1 ii..... ''
;,n jmpri ion al 1 onvi nlioii
I do not think that thi 1 > will
bi any 1 xception to tin ruli
Under the leadi 1 hip I
Kudy A'll. 1 .1 /in lulu 1 hip di 1 1
.. in pn 1
1,1 id. Lodge ha '
A perfeel i
Bro Al( Cohen, win.
me to Miami from
... ..... 1, I,, vu ai 1
Bi ai Brith circles Bro
t week took timi
iram 1 bu iro
be more pi cific,
in ro ''' mi mbei 1 Ii
il and got quite a
,! r of application! This
; n incentive t" our
r brothen to get out and
help Kudy swell the grand total.
Sunday niglit the Miami A 7.
A chapter held it.s third anniver-
bani let Frankly it was one
thi fini I affairs I've had the
tti nding. Speei hes
wen short and to the point and
pint of fun and friem
the atmosphere. The Lodge
is proud of these boys and wishes
them continued success. Bro. Lou
Heiman( who could not attend
and wired a message) Nathan
Ad .rr.an. and your correspondent
were on the program but the
piece de resistance was the won-
derfu] message delivered by Bro.
paSSC Et 1EE" Nis
Cut fiCMI *---!
P BttM P.a-a
Shen-maoor Florists Inc.
SINCERE PASSOVER
GREETINGS
BROWN DERBY
BARBECUE
PHONE 4-9367
3058 CORAL WAV
Sincere Passove- G-eeiing
Dr. Michael Gershon
A N1
Dr. Walter Dwiaht
Reynolds
stuftc 202-2CJ Lincoln. D~txt: BiOB
M.arr. Beach. Fi0-ida
235* & v tf h: .
M i a / FL.O* :
Sincere
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Borqeson Body Works
2143 N. W. 1st Art.. Ph. 2-0210
S. ASHER
DlSt-lDUtO- Of
ANGELICA UNIFORMS
23' N E lsi St
Pn 3 165*
v\ lint! Al if F"ienOi
. >lPCv PA&SOVEP
GREETINGS
CARL F. LAMBERT
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
P!0 Biscayne Building
MIAMI FLORIDA
T| Oj' Many Fnenfli and Cut-
'. tomen We With to Extend the
j iand of Good Fellowthip Throuch
I Wo'y Days of Paaaover
| NORTH MIAMI FEED &
FERTILIZER CO.
124th Street and Dixie Higiiway
PMONE 7-3411
Abe AronoviU th.
,,i the venim I
i
...
last cou
ii i,.i.i In
'' '
, ,., and crawl I
bul i
.mil yet here w
right v
opportui ity asid
have no i
the individual
our la
about putting ii
per. honest, men
reputation, So put it on j
calendar to get out and n .
immediately -if not
This ha beei
that tins column had to be in to
the printing office ; few days
earlier than usual in order to
meet the Passover dead m
this article will be a little shi rti i
too. In closing I want to remind
you again of two things, the
first is to register for the elections
and the second is to put in your
reservations immediately for the
surprise social affair to be held
this month on April 22. 23 or 24
Tickets are only one dollar per
couple.
HOOVER RELIEF COMMITTEE
FORBID TO TALE TO JEWS
Membei

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the i
inspecti
permitting then
.
r tl
through
Baiitme' Greetings
M R and MRS HENRy Shiep
AND FAMILY
HENRY'S AUTO PARTS
i-C A
Pn H4t7
IO II)
' '..1:1, I'iiWM '. r*
Charles Hemple
COCKTALE BAR
14 S E l! St
P z .6i:
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FOYE COTHRIN
REALTOR
1089 S. W. 8th STREET
Sincere Passover Greeting*
J. Allen Brown. Inc.
2409 Ponce de Leon Bird.
Phone 4-7616
PASSOVER GREETINQS
Phone 2-9835 Established 1921
Genuine Mexican Chili Con Carne
Hot Tamales Enchihdat
CHILI JACK
Miami'a Crioinal Makers of Real
MEXICAN DISHES
1032 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami, Fla.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Ou' Many Jewish Patrons
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N v\ -tr Ave.
Ph. t.vn:
Since-* Paitcve- Greetings
ATLANTIC
SHEET METAL &
ROOFING CO.
b40C N E ir.c AVI -22"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DES-TEX
DISTRIBUTING
COMPANY
"The Cleaning Mothproofer"
16SC A..-ON ROAD
PHONE 5-2230
MIAMI BEACH FLOR'DA
ROGER'S FORGE
Formerly Tito and Roger
PHONE MIAMI 2.1272
HAND WROUGHT IRON.
BRONZE. MONEL. ALUMINUM
14S6 N. W. 7th Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
BEAUTY SALON
Completely Air Conditioned
1151 Waahinoton Ave.
Miami Beach. Fla.
TELEPHONE 5-5509
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MIKE DALLETTS
GARAGE ft SERVICE
STATION
340 rventy Third St-*e!
PHONE 5-6721
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALEXANDER'S
HIGH GRADE SHOE REPAIRING
and
SHOE SHINE PARLOR
28 N. E. 1st Avenue
SINCERE PASSOVER
GREETINGS
FLORENCE VILLA
APARTMENTS
S Mills, jr.. Manigtr
i4S2 Meridian Avenue
PHONE 5-1327
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RUSSELL'S
Paca>a and Pure C'trut Fruit
Juieet; VegetaBle Juicea: Fruit
Punches for Partiea
002 S W. 8th St.
Pi. 2-248?
QREETINOS
SCHRAGER'S. INC
100- WEE" F_AGLE* S~REE'
1831 S V. -HIRD AVENUE
SEASONS GREETINGS
I. W. PEARCE
MARINE ENGINEER
CONTRACTOR
Pile Driving Foundations.
Dredging. Bulkheads. Docks
Seawalls and Bridge Construction
3101 N. W. 20th St.. Rt. 1. Bo. '8
PHONE 4. 9975
If No Answer Phone 7.7592
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RIVERSIDE
DRUG STORE
4 west Fiag.e- street
PHONE 2-3425
SINCERE
pASSOVER GREETINGS
BILL FREY. INC.
'Anything With A Com Slct
40 N. w 1st St Ph. 2-05*5
Smcei-e Passover Greetings
VISIT OUR MIAMI MUSEUM
Fo-emost Museum of Sea Life
AL PFLEUGER
TAXIDERMIST
'367 Ncth Miami Avenue
SEASON'S GREETINGS vr :';:*"'- $
Jroro RICHARD A. BELSHAM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER M AM FLORIDA MODERN PAINTING COMPANY FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-8023
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
PALM PHARMACY
2200 N. W 28th Street
PHONES: 2835629281
Sincere Pastorer Greeting!
A. B. C. Electric Motor
Co., Inc.
ROY ALDRITT
27 S. W. 6th St Ph. 3-6369
sincere passover
greetings
GENERAL KOSHER
CUT RATE MARKET
"68 w. Fiagie- Street
PHONE 2-3891
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I. W. BYRD
PHONE 7 3022
J W. BYRD ROOFING ana
MM k, SHEET METAL
Skylights
Ventilators
e Copper and All
. Kln<) o' Metal Work
Stainless Stsel
Monel Metal
Kitchen and
r.o..R^,,",""*n' Equipment
FRANK CHODAK Manager
PASSOVE GREETINGS
CLUB LATINO
38 N. W 5th Street
M 1 A M 1


r
FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941
+J*l%Hk>rkmr>*J
PAGE SEVEN
HIGHLIGHT REVIEW
By GADABOUT
BROADWAY
Lillian Hellman resumed her
place as Broadway's Number 1
female playwright with the Her-
man Shumlin presentation of her
-Watch on the Rhine." the night
of April 2nd. The playwith an
anti-Nazi theme, not only receiv-
ed 4-star reception, but has a
S3U000 advance sale. Incidental-
ly. La Hellman's ex. Arthur Ko-
be just brought out his latest
book, 'Bella," a full text of the
experiences of the Bronx queen
w] reached fame through the
Kober series in the New Yorker
r~
PASSOVER GREETINGS
STEWART PAGE
CORPORATION
43" S W 16th SI.
Ph. 4.7912
Magazine "The Corn is
Green," another Shumlin suc-
cess, was just sold to Warner
Bros, for $135,000. Thclma Sch-
nee, the most popularized inge-
nue of the show, is one of the
backers of "Native Son," along
with Lionel Stander and others.
Incidentally, although "Native
Son" remains more effective as
a novel than as a theatre-piece,
the play is highlighted by a num-
ber of outstanding characteriza-
tions, most notable of which are
the performances turned in by
Canada Lee in the lead role of
Bigger Thomas, and Ray Collins
in the part of the Jewish lawyer,
Mr. Max, plus a sensational stag-
ing job accorded it by Orson
Welles We are eagerly watch-
ing the heneymoon trip of Ern-
est Hemingway and his bride,
PASSOVER GREETINGS
from
STEVEN'S MARKET
2IC' N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-3085
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patron*
McAllister Florists
'Say It With Flowers, But Say It
With Ours"
629 S. W. 1st Street Phone 2-3773
Passover Greetings
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
MOVING
LERETTE'S TRANSFER
Moving Packing Crating
Rapid, Dependable Service
PHONE 2-7445
3325 N. W. 5th Avenue
Sincere Passover Greetings
WILEY'S
DRY CLEANERS
13 S E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2 3746
Sincere Passover Greetings
I. E. KELLY
Biscayne Blda. Miami, Fla.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NU-ENAMEL
Miami Co.
33 N. W. 1st Street
PHONE 2.7772
Martha Gellhorn to the Far East
Both have sold their literary out-
put exclusivelyhe to PMshe
to Colliers. Who gets news beat
they may jointly stumble upon?
. Some people get to Broad-
way the hard way. The star of
"Meet the People," the successful
revue of West Coast youngsters,
is Angus Hopkins from Tudor
City in New York who went
West to get to Broadway through
the back door.
POSTCRIPT
Friends of Duncan Aikman,
who exposed Miami anti-Semi-
tism in PM and was venerated
as an outstanding liberal and
apostle of racial tolerance were
so shocked at his outburst the
other week against a certain peo-
ple that they haven't recovered
yet. His Jewish friends are par-
ticularly distressed and naven't
been able to explain it.
SMALL TALK
"This is England," the Colum-
bia Pictures short subject brought
over by Harry Hopkins has been
nationally released. Net proceeds
will go to the "Spitfire Fund" of
the British Royal Air Force .
In case you are laboring under
the illusion that the British are
letting the German bombs de-
prive them of their pleasure,
take heed of the United Artists
report just released that business
in Britain since the first of the
year has established new records
in the company's history. To
meet the tremendous public de-
mand for "The Dictator," thea-
tres have been granted special
permission to open earlier than
usual "The International Fo-
rum" the Round Table, the
screen premiered before the pub-
lic at the Globe Theatre in New
York on April 5th. brought forth
Dorothy Thompson, Wythe Wil-
liams, William L. Shirer and Lin-
ton Wells in an uncensorcd dis-
cussion on current world events
. Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem will present a half-hour pro-
gram dedicated to the 3.151st an-
nual observance of Passover, in
cooperation with the Jewish
Theological Seminary on Thurs-
day, April 10, at 11 p. m.....
Second Avenue, the Broadway of
the Yiddish Theatre was again
bowled over by a famous visitor
from Hollywood, this time Char-
lie Chaplin, who tried to sneak
up to the second balcony of the
Irving Place Theatre but was
caught and had to sign a testi-
monial for the management say-
ing he had actually attended a
performance Mrs. Ania Ja-
botinsky, widow of Vladimir,
new Zionist leader, lecturer and
author, has arrived here from
London.
STORY OF THE WEEK
Our favorite story of the week
is the one about the disliked ref-
ugee who is addicted to lots of
money and fortune tellers. One
day he returned to his office
from a visit to the clairvoyant in
great glee the fortune teller
had said that an enemy of his
would soon die. For many weeks
a pall hung over his employees,
apparently equally superstitious
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Friends and Customers
ROYAL AUTO PARTS
6160 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 7-4722
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WM. B. LaBAW
ACCOUNTANT
Commercial Arcade
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NASH & LINTHICUM
MEATS
867 Biscayne St Ph. 5-7681
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SAM RAVITZ
401 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5.0201
Best Wishes for A Happy Passover
WARD WANTS
2-C-U
Vick's Bar and Restaurant
35 N. E. Second Avenue
3'*1 G.-H..Q. 2-9332
We Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to Our Many
Friends and Customers During the
Holy Days of Passover
SOUTHERN TILE
COMPANY
3010 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-6037
PASSOVER GREETINGS
UNITED
KOSHER MARKET
222 N. W. 5TH STREET
PHONE 3 2270
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAPTAIN AL'S
FISH MARKET
ALWAYS FRESH FISH
PROMPT DELIVERY
232: S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 4-9392
Sincere Passover Greetings
HOTEL CORONA
126 N E. 12th St. Ph. 2-6959
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS & CO.
37 N. E. 1st Avenue
It is a Peasure to Extend the
Hand of Good Fellowship to My
Many Friends and Customers Dur.
ing the Holy Days of Passover
MRS. A. SNIDER
SNIDER'S
ANTIQUE SHOP
1029 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-0282
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PACIFIC LUMBER
and SUPPLY CO.
1505 N. W. 1st Avenue
PHONE 2.3163
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
IRON
WORKS
ORNAMENTAL IRON
66 N. F.. 73rd St. Ph 7 4738
Sincere Passover Greetings
TAMIAMI
TOURIST COURT
'do Pittelll, Manager
3038 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 49169
Sincere Passover Greetings
SUNRAY PARK
HEALTH RESORT
Incorporated
ARTHUR W. ELLIS, Mgr.
,25 S. W. 30th Ct. Ph. 4-1659
BEST WISHES
FOR
A
HAPPY PASSOVER
R. W. "BOB"
RALSTON
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SAYERS APT. HOTEL
"A Home Away From Home '
2728 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9196
PASSOVER GREETINGS
E. STRECKER
Auto Body and Trailer Building
and Repairing
PHONE 3-9145
Store Fixtures. Storm Shutters
Louvres
301 N W. 9th Ave.. 2nd Floor
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All the Jewish People
WM. F. FRANTZ
SUNNY SOUTH
PAINT CO.
The Complete Paint Store"
801 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3-3317
Benjamin Moore Company's
Complete Line of PAINTS
extending ths H ma of
n.....I Fellowship to Our
i-'ij.-tills Through t h a
Holy Day* of Passover
T
SHERIDAN
FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st St.
Phone 5-7345
Sincere Passover Greetings
to All Our Jewish Friends
Afro-American
Life Insurance Co.
S. G. JAMES. Mgr.
840 N. W. 3rd Arenue
PHONE 2-3515
It Is a Pleasure to Extend
the Hand of Good Fellow,
ship to our Many Friends
and Customers During the
Holy Days of Passover.
SHENANDOAH
SERVICE STATION
1575 S, W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9423
HARRY II. WENDEI* Min
We Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to Our Many
Friends and Customers Through
the Holy Days of Passover
SUPERIOR
SEPTIC TANK CO.
EDWIN H. O'NEAL. Mgr.
914 N W. 71st St. Ph. 7-3220
Extending the Hand of Good Fel-
lowship to Our Many Friends and
Customers Ouring the Holy Days
of Passover : :
William R. Savaqe
BUILDER
7762 N. W. 8th Ave. Ph. 7-2173
GARTENBERG &
SCHECHTER
OF
The London Arms Hotel
Announcing to all thai thr 1-on-
don Arms Hotel and Dmiuy Room
will be open to the jmblic for the
entire Passover Holidays.
We also take the jirivileKe to
nay that Kashruth i.i observed to
the fullest extent. The quality of
oiir fooo. and the service shall lw
of the be-t.
Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz
Will Conduct Sedarim
Reservations to Be Made
In Advance
PHONE 5-2103
Sincere Passover Greetings
MOLKA REICH
8 T U D I O
19 S. W. 2nd St. Ph. 2-6353
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. PETRI
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
1240 Normandy Drive
PHONE 62493
Residence Phone 7-2068
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian.American RESTAURANT
134.3638 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
Phone 5-9031
Famous for its Real Italian Dinner*
Steaks. Chops. Sea Foods. Pizza
Ravioli, Spaghetti
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GUS and CHARLES RAPAPORT
Delicious Ice Cream
America's Finest Hungarian
Goulash
Central Restaurant
64 W Flagler Ph. 2-9748
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Jewish Friends
PETER P DEMOS
PEPPS FISH
COMPANY
675 N. W. 5th Street Ph. 35561
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Geo. A. Reynolds & Son. Inc.
Established 191 s
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
Seybold Bldg. Phone 3-4663
Sincere Passover Greetings ....
Madame
M. H. Rodriquez
1755 S. W. 16th St. ------ Ph. 3-2562
HAPPY PASSOVER
GULF PRODUCTS
Nice Clean Rest Rooms
Cars Called for and Delivered
ELSASSER'S
SERVICE STATION
7791 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7.9296
PASSOVER GREETINGS
L. E. EDWARDS
REAL ESTATE
6812 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7.2166
Sincere Passover Greetings
MIAMI PHOTO &
SPORTS SUPPLIES
1327 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 3-4933
COMPLIMENTS
OLYMPIA CLINICAL AND
X-RAY LABORATORIES
503 Olympia Building
THOMAS C. PERRY
Bacteriologist
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CON" SLED FPOV PAGE alld IKIVal Stll-
STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere
br PHINEAS J. BIROH
PASSOVER SEDERS
FOR JEWISH MEN
IN ARMY Hi MAW
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
r>\ is hopes 1
fate ,. .
an inn
ramp
years .
he u
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of th;
gonh
Lf
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for 1
S
PASSOVER GRErTINGS .
ENGLAND'S
SERVICE STATION
Kendall. Fla. Ph MM
: nged 1
nd Navy CommJtl
stn of A Welfare B ai I, il
took the I John M gch-
s long mittee
ting the lib-
r that Mrs. J : -;i, j,,,s trom bondageI
s preparing a bassinel
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WEEKLY GIGGLE
- -
d by
I Navy Deparl
Seders are 1
nunil
ill hav< n
p or who are stai
. j ay from
Mat; prayei
_- being the Ji '
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7 p in. at the Can
expect to atl
mount ol
: rity v. rk
Gladys Stein is chairman and
/ations may be made by
21
ABBOTT URGES ELECTION
OE ABE ARONOVITZ
J Aron Abbot*
at of Shol< tn L^o
. .-.. thi
jnd said.
1 the best
Iqualil com.
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TO OUR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ATLAS MACHINE
& WELDING CO.
3i S. W. N Rivr Drive
PHONE 2-8328
PASSOVER GREETINGS
OVERSEAS
Transportation Co., Inc.
23S S. W. N. River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Sincere P.issover G'etin9t
CAPTAIN E W. CROSBY
LAKE PANCOAST
BOAT TOURS
I N C E R E
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TAHITI BAR
and
PACKAGE STORE
144 23rd St.
Ph. 5-3795
22'0 Collm$ Avt.
Ph. 5.45*3
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DAVID LEMELMAN
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H. GEORGE FINK
Architect
Sal F
HOOVER SALES I
SERVICE
n gisti'. and
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PASSOVER
GREETINTGS
FRANK
WOLKOWSKY
:8 N. E. 1st Avenue
PASSOVER GREETINGS .
Taylor Drua Co., Inc.
210 29th St. Ph. 5-1813
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GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
->arc Motors Boat'
-:xec JohBSOB Dealer?
Since 1925
Ml Ris.-eyne Roulevgrc
PHONE 2-8918
Sincere Passcver Greetings
Weaver Wire Products
2715 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-2644
E .-.-ere Passover Greetings
7.- Out Many Friends
SUNSHINE HOSPITAL
<- N. W. 32nd Place., Ph. 4-6952
Sincere Passover Greetings
Major
Renato Tittoni
Best Wishes to My Many
Friends for a Happy
Passover
O. B. WHITE
60 W. Flagler St.
Pie-.-- f the vre.hu Th n. ti Paes<
ARTHUR W
EISENMEYER JR.
it St*vel D : *i
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SHIER'S SHOE SHOP
Joe Kada:
EXPERT SHOE MAKER
1174 S. W. 17th Ave. -- 3-3545
Pitt;, f p GREET \GS
... te Phone
IERRY & MACK
Cleanei Repaired Re

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202? N v. 2ND S.VENUI
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
Miami Tailor Supply
290 Halcyon Arcade
Phone 3-1037
PASSOVEP. GREETINGS
vou. ojtl>c. appreciated"
LEWIS TIRE SHOP
and WOOD YARD
e Wltl Bmlle
a jot* 81 Ph : -.-;
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Coral Gables Garage
132 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables Phone 4-2424
Wishing to All Jewish Citiiens
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WALKER
Casket Co.
'.433 N. E. MIAMI PLACE
PASSOVER GREETINGS [
NICKS
WHEEL ALIGNING
2100 N. Miami Ave.. Ph. 2-8567
Passover G-eeting-
moRGfin Piflfio co.
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Steicway Chiekering Winter
Cable Nelson. Hammond
Oroar and Novachorc
Yc 0 .- BhOW ;
1611 Biscavne Blvd. Ph 2-4325
GREETINGS
SCHAAF'S
PRESERVING CO.
JELLIES anc PRESERVES
1305 N W 22nd St Ph. 2-4634
Sincere Passover Greetings
DICKEY'S
SERVICE STATION
w. H. Dickey, Prop.
5669 W. Flaoler St. Ph. 4 9282
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. L. L.
PASSOVER GREETINGS i
RAY MILLER
TAX ASSESSOR
MIAMI BEACH
c, --,- Dimi G-tin9i
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TAYSTEE FOOD
DISTlllUTOIlS
hoc FENrrsrn wno*
Miami. FU* *H 84711
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SRAEEL & IABALY
IMPORTERS
900 Lincoln Road
Miam; Beach
8 --f "arvr/- .. -! -g.
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FSJCD ^M
HART HARDWARE
CO.
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\'~ GREETINGS
EEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MAGIC CITY
TRANSFER CO.
901 N. W. FIFTH AVE.
PHONE 2-4072
Civil Fncmer and Surveyor
Miam Spnngs
_
PASSOVER GREETINGS
From
ARNOLD SOUTHWELL
and
SCHTJYLER SOUTHWELL
PASSOVER GREETINGS
M. M. Borchardt
Aei 7(.T
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529 Lincoln Rd Miami B. .
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LIT LA JONES
FLOWER SHOP
' R ALI OCC ONS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HARRY M. HICE
"Your Councilman"
GREETINGS
S. M. PERKINS
I N G R A n A M
BUILDING
DELICIOUS COFFEE I0ASTED FRESH
In Our Own Ragst Under Leeel Rebbimical Supervision
KOSHU FOR PASSOVER
RWTAURANTS Jffrffl^StUSm DINING BOOMS
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PHONE W39
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FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941
vJewist Meridian
PAGE NINE
MODERN EXODUS TO
PALESTINE
By DR. STEPHEN S. WISE
.tn nn inspiring analogy drawn be-
''" In. inrient and modern exoduj
JwaStaStlnSr Pr. Stephen 8. wise.
'hairman of the AdmMntWtly. Com.
SffiETSl the United I'alestlne A,.-
,^ sees Paanover this year an a
i.;; i,i of the liberation of the Jew*
S intestine from oppression.The
Kdltor.)
Somewhere in the Mediterra-
nean old, dilapidated freighters
loaded with homeless Jews are
making their way to Palestine.
These wanderers are enacting the
modern counterpart of the exo-
dus of the Jews from ancient
Egypt. To the hundreds of men,
women and children herded to-
gether like cattle in the holds of
refugee ships, the celebration of
Passover is not a relic of the re-
mote past. It represents, in fact,
PASSOVER GREETINGS
"We Cover Florida Like
the Sunihine"
H. B. SCHULTE CO.
INCORPORATED
Executive Officee
Ingraham Bldg, Miami
PHONE 22636
a sorrowful chronicle of their
own suffering and flight from
bondage under a modern Pha-
raoh. In their agony and hunger,
as they huddle together in the
dark comers of the unseaworthy
vessel, the final words of the
i Passover service ring their ears.
j Louder and louder, clearer and
| clearer, until all consciousness of
other things vanishes. Above
everything rises the prayer,
"Next Year in Jerusalem!"
Weeks and months have pass-
ed. The ship has constantly zig-
zagged off its course to avoid
enemy craft or British patrols.
These refugees do not have cer-
tificates. They must be landed in
secrecy or else be apprehended
and placed in internment camps.
But for them "Next Year in Je-
rusalem" has become "Next
Week in Jerusalem" and the last
ordeal of misery does not break
their spirit.
For the Jews in Palestine and
for the hundreds of thousands in
the dark ghettos of Nazi-control-
led Europe who yearn to find
their way to Palestine, Passover
takes on a new and cogent mean-
ing far more profound and soul--
stirring than the original exodus
from Egypt. In fact, to them the
existence of modern Palestine
with its capacity to absorb in-
creasingly large numbers of refu-
gees is comparable to the miracle
of the crossing of the Red Sea.
Passover in Palestine is a process
of relieving not merely the his-
tory of the Jews as a people, but
their personal histories as slaves
under the German Pharaoh and
as free men redeemed through
the rebuilding of the Jewish Na-
tional Home.
There can be no greater testi-
mony to the paramount import-
ance of Palestine than the fact
that even in this year of devas-
tating war Jews are continuing
to reach the shores of the Prom-
ised Land. Although the war has
blocked normal shipping lanes in
the Mediterranean, the over-
Japan and sailed from there
through the Pacific, through the
Indian Ocean to Iran, Iraq and
to Palestine. More than 30,000
Jews have reached Palestine
through these channels since the
outbreak of the war. In some in-
stances refugees have reached
Palestine in small vessels which
were able to follow a course
close to the Eastern Mediterra-
nan shore to avoid enemy ships.
During the past eight years
nearly 300.000 Jews have enter-
ed Palestine with the help of the
United Palestine Appeal. This is
a remarkable achievement, for
it represents a greater influx than
to all the other countries in the
world combined. It is remarka-
ble also because at a time when
Jewish pioneers and idealists
were concerned with building the
structure of the Jewish home-
land. Palestine was called upon
to fulfill the role of the foremost
haven for refugees. During the
distress call of Jews fleeing from
Nazi oppression. It met the test
of the gravest emergency in
Jewish life. It opened wide its
doors to the harassed and the
hounded. Above all it gave them
not merely refuge and sanctuary
but a permanent home and a new
life. The Arab disorders came in
1936 and brought new hardships
and critical economic problems
for the Yishuv. In fact, the fun-
damental cause of these out-
breaks was the firm insistence of
the Jews in Palestine that Jew-
ish immigrants must continue
without hindrance. And so, in the
midst of severe attack, the Jews
of Palestine defended themselves
heroically and at the same time
courageously carried on their
colonization and upbuilding ac-
CONTINUEO ON PAGE 16
whelming pressure of men and past eight years the Jewish corn-
women struggling desperately to munity in Palestine was faced
Seaion'i Greetings to Our Jewish Friendt and Patrona
3012
Coral Way
PHONE
4-6401
CRYNE
EXTERMINATING
SERVIC
escape the Nazi ring of steel and
barbarism has shaped new roads
to freedom. The exodus from Hit-
ler-dominated Europe to Pales-
tine is proceeding through three
major routes. The Jews who are
situated in Western Europe sail
from Lisbon on vessels which
round the Cape of Good Hope
and reach Palestine through the
Indian Ocean. Jewish refugees in
Rumania and Bulgaria and other
Central and Eastern European
countries travel to Istanbul where
they take the overland route
through Turkey and Palestine.
Others have started out from Wil-
no, crossed Soviet Russia into
INC.
with the dual task of carrying on
the normal program for the re-
construction of the Jewish Na-
tional Home and at the same time
providing for the absorption of
tens of thousands of homeless
Jews annually. It answered the
TAN N EFTS
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS
STORES:
1263 W. FLAGLER STREET
1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friendi
and Patront
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS.
INC.
300 South Miami Avenue
PHONE 27664
To Our Friends and Patront
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
SAVOY HOTEL
MRS. BRIGHAM
252 N. W. 2nd St. Phone 2-8827
Sincere Paiaover Greeting*
OTTO C. STEGEMANN
CONGRESS BUILDING
Sincere Paiaover Greeting)
VENETIAN
SKATING RINK
2790 S. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4-9174
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SABLE & SABLE
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
681 Washington Ave., Ph. 5.6913
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ARTHUR W. WOOD
Security Building
PHONE 22703
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. TEAGLE
MERCANTILE
COMPANY
2328 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-04S5
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HENRY TAUB
WHOLESALE
MILLINERY
INC.
50 S. E. lit STREET
PHONE 3-0658
The City of Miami Beach
Ml
VA
CONTRIBUTION TO THE GROWTH OF
THIS COMMUNITY THAT HAS BEEN PRO-
VIDED BY ITS JEWISH CITIZENS AND RESI-
DENTS. TAKES PLEASURE IN EXTENDING
TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR
A Happy Passover
K;SS*
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY
PASSOVER
and
SEASON'S GREETINGS
PURE OIL COMPANY
PRODUCTS
Pure-Pep
SOLVENIZED
GASOLINE
SHAW BROS.
OIL GO.', INC.
56 S. W. 1ST STREET
PHONE 2-1741
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Queens Card-
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a^r m the apar att befk and 1
noels had to hire a special
rti iHarM in naftj md a
form to lock afl
the fl ml treasures.
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CONTINUED OS P*GE II
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WILSON
Picture Frame Shop
PHONE 2.2462
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Be gave a great d
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Phaaa I-4WT1
GOAT
MILK
GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
Licensed and Inspected
By Public Health Board
7:: Daily D- Call
7-2952
Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy
9M0 N. W. J7th Atwui
Visitors Welcwn*
N A. White 1 1246 X E. Lai t
Paw
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pamovbi 3=iZT:>3s
FREDERICHS
MARKET
SINCERE \ SSC ER UREETTN
FLORIDA BOND^i MORTGAGE CO.
FTBST TRTJST 3 ICG
PHCNE : Z544
FIRST STAtI BANK
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
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M. & M. DREDGING &
CONSTRUCTION CO.
POSTAL BITLDCfG UlAltl FLORIDA
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siat :z ex-e-d ie hozi zi .-eLowship through
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Phone 3-W39

FLORIDA WOOD FLTTtJRES
MANTJFACTURING CO.
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21ST WSBES FOB A BAPFY PASSOVER
LEVERETT ELECTRIC
PUMP SALES
I-:! N W N ?.:ve: Z-ve Fhone 3-3227
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SAUNDERS HARDWARE &
PAINT CO.. INC
m Zctt: W7_Phone 4 0744Miami. Florida
--c HijiwtyPhone 4 MIXSouth Miaaai. Flortda
PASBOVEE 38EEIOIGS
MIAMI 3 Z A C H
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PASSOVZ8 GREETINGS
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TURNER'S
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10 S. E. FWth Street
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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941
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PAGE ELEVEN
A PASSOVER RENDEZVOUS
CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10
Betty's face beamedVernon's
voice boomed. The master did not
niit a detailKiddushwashing
the handstaking tfte Parsley
getting aside the Afikoman, and
the four questions. The youngest
guest of honor was a child who
had just arrived from England.
There was a tear on every guest's
cheek as the lad with the pleas-
ant English accent asked his host
"Why is this night distinguished
from all other nights?"
Only for a second did Vernon
think he was in the presence of
a Rhadamanthine court, but the
lad's reedy voice which sounded
like on oboe solo, quickly brought
him to his senses. With emphasis
on bonhomie Vernon managed to
answer: "Slaves were we unto
Pharoh-------"
When it came to the part of
-To My Miny Frlendt-
BEST WISHE8 FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
D. A. STEPHENS
STEPHENS RESTAURANT
Ph. 27742 38 W. Flglr St.
the ceremony when the ten pla-
gues were mentionedeveryone
spilled some of the Palestinian
wine into a special sauceras to-
gether they recitedDamZe-
fardeahBloodAs they reached
the word 'Dayenu,' Betty taught
them to sing 'Da-da-ye-nu' and
they didn't want to stop.
Again they washed their
hands. Vernon recited: "Blessed
art thou, O Eternal, Our God;
King of the Universe, who hath
sanctified us with thy command-
ments, and commanded us con-
cerning the washing of hands."
They joined in the ceremony of
Breaking the Bread, eating the
bitter herbs, eating the matzoth
and bitter herbsthen came the
meal. Everyone was too excited
to offer any comment. Every-
body ate matzoth with no inten-
tion of stoppingbut poor Ver-
nonhe talkedto himself.
Grace was chanted after the
Sincere Pattover Greeting*
W. A. GLASS
Ingraham Bldg.
Miami, Fla.
IT IS OUR PLEASURE
To Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many
Jewish Friends and Customers Throughout the
HOLY DAYS OF PASSOVER
Minna ee 9mfioAUu, 9nc.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
EXTENDING THE HAND OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP
to our many Jewish friends and customers
during the Holy Days of Passover
LEO'S SERVICE STATION
1789 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-8883
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
SCHQELL METAL CRAFT
WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS
FIRE SCREENS AND GRILLES
7100 N. W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 7-3452
GacojUa Miami feuritA
QtnueteAy, Anaciatwn
AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE
PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ
Chairman ol Burial Committee, lor the Serricee of
the Cherra Kadtoha and All Other Jewish Ritee.
All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrange-
ments Courteously Furnished Without Charge.
TELEPHONE 4-4240
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
FORMS FOR BVKRT BUSINESS 'VASEPRODUCTION
ILU.HA.Si.N71 RKCB1VINU WTOCKKKBPINU KSuMTDW
HttLUMQ CREDITS SHIPPING INVOICING *^'"^*'*
COMPARB OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE EL
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KOSHER ZION
SAUSACICO.flODUCTS
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meal was concluded. Betty asked
one of the maids to extinguish
all the lights. Only the candle
lights flickered. Open the door
Bridget .
Let us rise, friendslet Eli-
jah enter The company was
about to be seated when sud-
denly before them moved a fi-
gureface covered by an oriental
muffler.
"Who is it?" Vernon ventured
to ask.
"Do you have room for an
invited guest?" the old man ques-
tioned.
"Come r'ght instranger."
"I'm not a strangerI'm your
guest of honor." As the hirsute
visitor walked towards the table,
his mantle dropped from his
shoulders. He was the cynosure
of all eyes.
"Do not be afraidgo right
ahead with your Seder. I hap-
pened to be passing by. Many
people were paging me. Your
voices seemed the loudest and
the warmest so I couldn't resist
coming at once. I know you are
all disappointed because I look
so young. I hope I'm not in the
wrong house. You did call me
Elijahdidn't you?"
"Of course we did," Vernon
managed to utter.
"Then I am staying for the
evening. I do want to hear you
sing, "Chad Gad Yah."
Imagine how Vernon's clients
felt. They had never realized that
their lawyer was a thaumaturge.
ImagineElijahthe great pro-
phet the harbinger of gladsome
tidingsright next to them. How
magnificent their friend was. Now
they all sensed why their con-
siderate councellor and host never
tasted the matzothor kneidloch.
He was too occupied calling upon
Elijah.
The mystified guests watched
every move Elijah made, but
Elijah paid no attention to the
oglers. On Passover he is too
busy to be flattered by attention.
Betty was afraid to signal Ver-
non. Perhaps this was only a
stunt entirely supervised by her
ingenious husband. But noshe
had only to look at his blanched
face to think otherwise. He was
just too scared for words. His
nerves were frayed as he kept
stretching his scraggy neck to
watch Elijah's movements. At
first, he suspected it might be
metaphantasmia, but his Protean
imagination was paralyzed by
fear which was growing on him
every split second. Elijah had a
marvelous time. He commented
favorably on every dish. The
pandemonium which reigned" be-
fore his entrance abdicated with
his completely cordial, natural
manner.
"Listen to me folks, please!
Again I tell you, I heard you
call me. I liked the way you
people sang in harmony so I
decided to make this my first
call. Believe me now, please!''
The guests couldn't understand
why Vernon didn't converse in
Hebrew with the renowned Eli-
Slneere Passover Greetinga
W. A. KIRKHAM
JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO.
Shoreland Arcade
Ph. 2-4647
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JACQUES BEAUTY SALON
of New York, Inc.
677 Washington Avenue
Phones: 6-68666-9280
Not Connected with Any Other
Salon on the Beach
jah of history and legend. Let
the truth be told for the third
time. Vernon couldn't read He-
brewlet alone talk it. Vernon
was about to inform his clients
about his dilemma when suddenly
the lights went out.
"Somebody blew a fuse." Betty
shrieked. "Vernon ask Montpel
ier to fix it at once."
In the dark Elijah took over
completely. He realized that a
more mysterious atmosphere
would be necessary to convince
his startled host and guests.
Pay attention to meall of
you. I am Elijah of yesterday
I'm Elijah of tomorrow. I tarry
here because this year my sche-
dule isn't so crowded. Many of
my former hosts are now silent
ghosts in steppes, valleys, ghettos
cemeteries and concentration
CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
Sincere Passover Greetings
GREEN TREE HOTEL
110 N E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9110
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles at
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dles Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained by
them.
if You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mra. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2 1864
end they will be called for
TO OUR MANY PATRONS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ALLAPATTAH
SERVICE STATION
H. O. SHEKELS. Prop.
Ph. 2-9512 1958 N. W. 17th Ave.
Sincere Paiso*er Greetings
John C. Gaffney. Inc.
1776 Purdy A*>. Ph. 5-3775
SINCERE PASSOVER WISHES
To AH Our Friends and Acquaintances
E. F. CHAPLIN AND ASSOCIATES
HOPE SALES CO.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 194!
FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY
Ponotw in Iolktora and Legend
By RABBI MORDECAI L BRILL
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the dates of the festivals, observ-
ing Yom Kippur on the eleventh
day following the new moon of
September and Pesach on the six-
day after the appearance
New Moon of March."
[n M Itl there were Marra-
who after slaughtering the
Paschal lamb would smear the
blood of the sheep on their door-
thereby carrying out the
old biblical commandment.
Marranos today in
igal who still cany out the
of Passover in the
liar to their ances-
tors of tl five centuries.
I-.-, modern day Palestine there
time, the rem-
I of a Jev. known as
S tritans. They speak Ara-
bic and live in a special quarter
In Nablus. Arab village. They
have a synagogue and a High
--.. who is their teacher and
leader They have always denied
the sanctity of Jerusalem and
consider Shechem (the present
city of Nablus) the holy city At
one time they built a Temple on
.top of Mount Gorizib. their holy
.-:.;. It was later destroyed.
stom of offering up the
Paschal lamb on Mount Gorizim
is still observed there. The entire
community (consisting today of
200 souls) spends the entire week
of the festival on the slope of
the hill on whose top their tem-
ple once stood.
'The Jews of Morocco drama-
tize part of the Passover story
After reciting the Seder service
every male in the house slings a
rod and a pack over his shoulder
Rushing out of the house they
run up and down the street
shouting, "In this manner our
forefathers went out of Egypt,
their kneaiing-troughs bound up
in their clothes upon their shoul-
ders."
It is also a custom among Mo-
roccan Jews to carry away with
them from the Seder table a piece
of the afikomen, the matzoth
saved for the end of the meal.
They carry it as a safeguard on
ocean voyages and throw it into
the waters in time of storm.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 13
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PAGE THIRTEEN
FOOTNOTES J1 HISTORY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE TWELVE)
clamiing that it has powers \o
caim the sea.
As part of the Seder ceremonies
,0.,r cups of wine are drunk. They
. explained as "four toasts to
freedom" and correspond to the
,our promises of redemption men-
uoned in the Bible in connection
with the Exodus.
Many of the old-time Hagga-
dah (booklet containing ritual
for Seder night) contain drawings
, n d illustrations. Oftentimes
these illustrations give us an in-
sight into Jewish values. In one
illustration picturing the four
DR. ISRAEL SHMID
,.r, to "plin lo you in pr^on how
"Venn ImpMW your hcahl. bv chang-
E2 your did. taking manipulative
unlmnt. noceiine: th< bowrls.^ and
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sons of the Haggadah the Rasha
or wicked son is portrayed in a
soldier's uniform. Is this a subtle
protest against militarism and
war?
During the course of the Seder
it is customary to point to the
various objects and symbols as
they are mentioned. Thus we
point to the matzoh and moror
(bitter herbs). In one illustration
Haggadah the picture shows the
husband pointing to his wife at
that particular moment when he
should have been pointing to the
bitter herbs. Would that be
ground for divorce in modern
times? You answer that one. Our
concern is with history.
INTERESTING
SIDELIGHTS
ON PASSOVER
Outside of Palestine, Passover,
which this year begins on April
12th (first seder night is April
Uth), is observed for eight days
by Orthodox Jews, but according
to the Old Testament the festival
lasts only a week. Palestinian
Jews visiting abroad during Pass-
over are permitted to eat chometz
on the eighth day.
States on the same day that the
Declaration of Independence, was
adopted, they first proposed a de-
vice showing Pharoah sitting in
an open chariot, a crown on his
head and a sword in his hand,
passing through the dividing wa-
ters of the Red Sea in pursuit of
the Israelites; with rays from a
pillar of fire beaming on Moses,
who was represented as standing
on the shore extending his hand
over the sea, causing it to over-
whelm Pharoah.
folk song which is U6ed to be
sung in the Provence.
Jews already living in Pales-
tine still utter the hopeful phrase.
"Next Year in Jerusalem," as
part of the Passover service.
Archaeologists have establish-
ed that the date of the exodus of
the Jews from Egyptian slavery
was 1447 B. C, and that the pha-
roah of the Passover story was
Thotmes III.
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Many Protestant clergymen in
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drew a parallel between George
III and Pharoah in their discours-
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nies against England, inferring
that the same providence of God
that rescued the Israelites from
Egyptian bondage would free the
colonies.
In the Spitalfields section of
London's East End it was once
the custom for Jewish household-
ers to present matzoth to their
non-Jewish neighbors on Pass-
over and to receive in return
plum puddings on Christmas.
The pasty charosses, which is
included in the Passover menu
as a reminder of the mortar used
by the Israelites for making
bricks in Egypt, once had a more
practical meaning. Taking the in-
junction to eat bitter herbs at
the seder table literally, many
Jews would seriously burn their
tongues on the sharp condiments.
To allay the burn, a preparation
of apple, nuts, wine and cinna-
mon our own charosseswas
suggested.
Handel, Schubert. Rubinstein
and Mendelssohn are among the
famous composers inspired by the
story of the exodus of the Jews
from Egypt to create musical
masterpieces.
The oldest treasure hunt in the
world is the familiar Passover
search for the hidden afikomen.
Although in this country we
use square, rectangular or round
matzoath impartially, depending
on which company's products we
buy. the custom until the age of
machinery was that matzoth
should be round.
The earliest artists who en-
graved or painted Passover scenes
were not Jews but Christians.
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Musicologists claim that the
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lha ghoal .-t Phatxtft extuvguuhed
ibe light t .'i one moment h
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"Freedom regained" wa have now
and lha traadorn wa loal In Eg-
ypt rhink ol tha fate our breth-
ren nii't in Europe- think of the
Freedom they must win again, l
bew Hi.- voice >( Moaea pleading
i .-i mj people go "1 hear
the everlasting voice ol God re-
plying 'There ahall be light
the road ahall be openedthe
.-.. pie ahall ;.>
\- i .in heading toward!
Ihu liouae 1 beard the harmony
.-: voices aome Jewish aome
aome Qreek i knew l had
no right i.' (>''i despondent any
You t^fi'v^it* saved me-
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i ah disappeared .is the light;
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Wonderful, e. onderful wo|
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PYom the distance the prophet's
vote* grew more powerful
Hear me- friends Let me ana-
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w.is different from all other.
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carried on the light in the midst
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HILLEL HY-LITES
by STANLEY B. RICHARD
Mll:.JlWlllllull'^'!llnM1^rllll"llw'l'l-',,
On Friday, April 4, the first
annual Hillel Southern Youth
Conference, sponsored by the
B'nai 15'rith Hillel Foundation at
the University of Florida, con-
vened on the University campus
in Gainesville, Florida.
The conference was officially
opened at 7:30 Friday evening
with the welcome address at the
University Student Union Build-
ing. Rabbi Eichorn, director of
Hillel at the University of Florida
and at the Florida State College
Conducted a short service. Philip
Selber, prominent young Jack-
sonville attorney, was the guest
Speaker Claude Murphree, Uni-
versity organist, favored those
present with several selections.
A reception was held at the Tau
Bpsilon Phi fraternity house fol-
lowing the opening meeting.
Saturday morning, April 5, at
10, the conference continued
with a seminar on marriage and
the family, conducted by Dr.
.in of the Sociology depart-
ment of the U ol Florida at 2:30
the conference resumed with
.< discussion at the Tau Bpsilon
Phi house on problems of Jewish
vouth, led by delegates of the
'various colleges and universities
represented.
A formal dance at the American
Legion Hall in Gainesville Sat-
urday evening closed the first
annual Hillel Southern Youth
Conference.
Approximately 250 persons
were In attendance. Included in
this number were Hillelites from
the U. of Florida, Florida State
College for Women, the U. of
Miami. Rollins College, the U. of
Georgia, Georgia Tech., Auburn,
U. or South Carolina, U. of North
Carolina, U of Alabama, Emory,
and the U. of Tampa.
Students in charge of the con-
ference were: George Wolly of
Orlando, general chairman; Sid-
ney Aronovitz of Key West,
chairman of the program and
seminar committee; Jack Suber-
man of Miami, chairman of the
reception committee; Aaron Wex-
Ier of Miami, chairman of the
tickets and finance committee
and Ed Goldberg of Miami Beach,
chairman of the dance committee.
Resolution
"This is not just a war, but lha
swiftest and most profound rev-
olution mankind has ever seen.
We are all in the front line. fj0
one is safe. Now for the first
time, the world's plain people
are concerned to see to it that if
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leaders.
"So far forty of the university
have enlisted in the armed forcea.
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war effort is slow in Palestine,
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do whatever we can to bring a
military victory over the German
satan. There must not be equiv-
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is too great. We greet our broth-
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of good courage." President
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PAGE FIFTEEN
TABLE TALK
Notable Quotes of the Week
Task
"Without saying anything dc-
roeatory of other plans and other
J(Bjtories that arc being dis-
USS, ,1 as havens for these mil-
lion*, it must b0 made very clcar
^3, there can be no substitute
lr Palestine as a center for mass
immigration of Jews who need a
honr and need it quickly. There
u not only the problem of the
physical problem of the refugees
bul we have a serious psycholog-
ical transformation to make, and
it cannot be achieved without
normalizing the Jewish body pol-
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N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-730S
Extend Sincere Withes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY
JEWISH FRIENDS
W. CECIL WATSON
Cltrk of
Criminal Court
itic by creating these spiritual
values which can be nurtured on-
ly in Palestine.
"I do not want you to think
that the task before us is an easy
one. There are thorny roads to
pass. There are vast economic
and social adjustments to make.
We are also not unaware of the
difficult Arab problem with
which we are grappling. A so-
lution to that problem must be
found in order to achieve our ob-
jective. The Jews and the Arabs
must live side by side as neigh-
bors and cousins."Dr. Chaim
Weizmann.
us as belonging to what they call
an inferior race.
"Nazism is partly religion,
partly bigotry, and partly a doc-
trine of militaristic imperialism
combined with precise economic
welfare. With fanatical drive,
Nazism is endeavoring to domin-
ate the world."Vice President
Henry A. Wallace.
Subversion
"You and I know too well how
they proceed. Intolerance is the
poison they use. By pamphlets,
by speeches, by whispering cam-
clear that if the world is to be
brought back to health after so
devastating a sickness, it will on-
ly be by the united action of all
men and all nations of good will.
"It will not be easy, for we
may be very sure that the up-
! now convulsing the na-
tions will not leave things as
they were. A new world is being
born of bitter suffering, and the
problems of peace will in many
ways be more difficult than those
of war. New needs will demand
new remedies, and there will be
room alike for all the courage
and imagination of youth, and |
Solidarity
"It must be said, however, that
the Nazis hate the doctrine of
genetic democracy above every-
thing else. They believe all races
but their own to be genetically
inferior. They believe all other
racial and religious groups
should be enslaved. One of the
strong reasons why all of us in
the New World believe so strong-
ly in hemispheric solidarity for
defense purposes is because we
know the Nazis look on most of
paigns they try to set group
against group, religious belie%-er j all the clear thinking of experi-
against religious believer, neigh- ence that can be rallied to the
Sincere Passover Greetings
WENDELIN
RESTAURANT
1357 Collins Ave.
Ph. 5-9479
bor against neighbor.
"Lying stories of the most re-
volting kind, from simple slen-
der against one or two persons
to elaborate fabrications involv-
ing whole groups, are spread
among the gullible. These are
efforts to divide us. to destroy
our unity, to sap our strength, to
throw us off our course, to ren-
der us ineffective. And these ef-
forts are rewarded whenever an
American says or does an intol-
erant thing.
"Whenever we make a distinc-
tion between men because of
their religion, or race, whenever
we impute to a whole religious
or social or economic group the
sins or failings of political be-
liefs of some of its members, we
are helping those who wish to
shatter our American unity. In-
tolerance is the destroyer of de-
mocracy."James A. Farley.
task."Lord Halifax.
Determination
"No form of dictatorship, Com-
munist, Fascist or Nazi, can
make headway in this country,
providing we, as a nation, mili-
tantly safeguard those liberties
guaranteed to us by our form of
government and practiced by us
throughout our history. A viola-
tion of our liberties may open
wide the floodgates of injustice
and oppression. We must un-
compromisingly oppose any prin-
ciple which should weaken the
principles of freedom upon which
this nation was founded."Gov-
ernor Herbert H Lehman.
Pledge
"Be assured that since we have
repudiated everything that has
falsely been done in the name of
France after June 23rd the cruel
decrees directed against French
Jews can, and will, have no valid-
ity in Free France. These meas-
ures are not less a blow against
the honor of France than they are
an injustice against her Jewish
citizens.
"When we shall achieved vic-
tory, not only will the wrongs
done in France itself be righted,
but France will once again re-
sume her traditional place as a
protagonist of freedom and jus-
tice for all men, irrespective of
race or religion, in a new Eu-
rope."General deGaulle.
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TO HIS
MANY FRIENDS
ntrrru WlaJci/aci i/> Tuai
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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
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PAGE SEVENTEEN
'
ABRAHAM A. KELLNEW. Raebl
Rabbi'* nmttmmt
1823 S. W. 14th T*rrt
Ph.n. S-61W
%90 8. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAM
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris ..............7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon........8:00 a.m.
Mincha -------.....- ------5:30 p.m.
Maariir ------------ 6:00 p. m.
Friday .______5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service.......- 9:00 a. m.
Welcome Pumtm
The Festival of Passover
which we will usher in on Fri-
day Eve coming is doubly wel-
come in our critical times. Now
Extending the Hand of Good
Fellowship to Our Many
Friends Through the Holy
Days of Passover.....
INVESTORS
SYNDICATE
Congress Building
Phone 2-2661
when the leaden skies of despot-
ism and oppression envelope half
of the world it is comforting to
relive the wonders of the past
and bask our battered souls in
the warming glow of Passover
to come when the wounds of our
people will once more be healed
and the sorrows of the world be
changed to joy.
Parents Please Cooperate
In the past it was customary
to plead with the parents to
send their children to the syna-
gogue rather than to school ses-
sions on Festive seasons. This
year when the Holiday falls on
the days when no school sessions
are conducted it is our hope that
not alone will our synagogues
be crowded with our young ones
but that their parents themselves
will take full advantage and
come with their offsprings into
the House of God to utter thanks
unto Him from whom all bles-
sings flow for His mercies in en-
abling us to celebrate this Fes-
tive occasion in our glorious
country.
Schedule of Services
On both days of Passover the
schedule of Sabbath Services
will be adhered to. Morning
services will begin at 9 a. m. and
the Mincha at 6 p. m. The officers
of the congregation have en-
gaged Rev. Joseph Malek former
cantor of Beth David Congrega-
tion to chant the musical portions
of the Services the first and last
two days of Passover.
Sermon Schedule
As in the past. Rabbi Kellner
will preach both morning of
the Festival in English and in the
afternoon between Mincha and
Maariv in Yiddish. The sermon
topics of the Rabbi will be: Sat-
urday morning, The New Slav-
ery: Saturday afternoon. Look-
ing Backward; Sunday morning,
The New Freedom; Sunday after-
noon. Looking Forward. During
the Choi Homoed Rabbi Kellner
will teach the Laws of the
Omar and Sefira and will talk
on "Count Your Days."
Ladies Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary will hold
a regular cultural meeting in the
new synagogue on Tuesday after-
noon second day Choi Homoed
at 2:30 p. m. A fine Passover
program will be presented by the
Habanoth Buds. Mrs. George
Chertkof will preside and a most
cordial invitation is extended to
all.
Congregational Meeting
A meeting of the congrega-
tional membership which was to
be held in the Talmud Torah
building on Tuesday evening,
April 15, is postponed because of
the Passover holidays.
Masel Tot
We are happy to extend the
congregations sincere good wishes
to Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan
whose marriage was solemnized
by Rabbi Kellner on Sunday last.
Thank You
Rabbi Kellner takes this means
of thanking the many kind
friends who were gracious enough
to call and compliment the Rab-
bi's Hour of last Sunday. The
novel approach was used in the
sense that the subject was pre-
sented by the means of the tra-
ditional Passover questions.
The original reason for perfo-
' rating matzoth was to prevent
the dough from rising.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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Studio and Music Shop
214 S. W. 12th Awe. Ph. 29931
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
2017 N. W. 51st Street
PHONE 7.1855
e EXTENDING THE HANI' 0
OOOD MttjLOWSHIP TO MT
IIANY JEWISH FRIENDS
DURING THB
HOLY DATS OF PASSOVER
E. A. EHMANN
ARCHITECT
271 Halcyon Arcade Ph. 23700
SINCERE
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L. D. HAYNES
REAL ESTATE
Sill N. W. 2nd km,
Phone 7-2359
We Wish to Extend to Our
Many Friends and Custom-
ers the Hand of Good Fel-
lowship Through the Holy
Days of Passover.....
HAMMOND
FISH COMPANY
25 S. W. S. River Drive
Phone 3-1326
Extending the Hand of Good
Fellowship to Our Many
Friends Through the
Holy Days of Passover
IVES
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BEST WISHES FROM
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FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
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Phone 2-7443
Miami
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540 ALTON ROAD
COMPLETE SERVICE DEPARTMENT
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under the supervision of
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
GRADE "A" MILK
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PLEASE ORDER IN ADVANCE
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PAGE EIGHTEEN
Jmlstncrkftor
FRIDAY, APRIL 11. i941
PLAIN TALK
MY BROTHER ELIJAH
by AL SEGAL
One of the people I am par- Elijah lights his lamp. Y< 5, I
ticularly son;.- for in 1 rrj stood the
world is Elijah Tl stars in the heavens
been pushed around ill thes I could have no doui-:
years! The way I s ti si in my father :. Id m<
the lamp he carri That's how I know th
Some of the rabbis will ask has a
"Where do you g I Who He is, ol COUrsi
told you Elijah, carri a
You're getting him mixed up
with Diogenes who was a G
whom the bri: ki pi
on the table at everybody's Se-
der At the pr>; the
W< never he. having 5 -' chil I of tl sehold
a lamp. In what chapter an ;. | age is instructed to o| en th :-. nl
does i: say that Elijah
My father told me and h<
:t from his father w I
iron- his ancesti :.- I... -.
mote times that Eli;,.
a lamp. One evening whei
: to admit him It is a
a stat! ly m menl in Mr Si
life when he at the
head i I thi table and. r.
Elijah's cup. greets 1
proohet
Th( re is lory thai
was very young my :..::- r i > certaii
ed to a particulary i right star ''
and said it was the si came in Th
r
s long fore i
ten .1 cus-
tom for burglars to con
Ol people
to crush :.: .-..r- an

S'-cerc Passove- Greetirgs
SALADINO FICARELLI
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
249 R W gtr St P- 2 -
I have never seer
E
s an invis
-
Pai -
I shul
rafts fi
I : H
.- :-' H
K
ho is 1 ker or
Ml w
'.
lers nor is thei
"
eyes conl as
f a man
.
rs It is
S

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have been s n hurl
v- unl f his
"
ighl t in i
.-.- ar '
k< ^oing. The gl I his
brighl ss of
is I ;i his
- [1
star to which my :'.. r .
and which hi
eyes of their sons.
I ah in
Om day ion- ago
n a battlefield in
a soldier's
cross stood. He
who had come a
to find the grave of his

... ... then that he
..; now I recognize
v the way he look-
i asked him, your
Hi n plied Yes, he
| ng -nan
. In'1 understandl
.-. Hi :ing far off toward
the sky met
n to get the
I i.pie made
he asked. He '
for more than a
::, : i and had
is < hurch and
ing 1 do with poli-
lys had been an
Yi '. he '.'. as made to
"My son was a
. His mother
ifti i' she hi ard
.. Killed.
Bui verything is for
i'. ople must
A better world may
it of all this. He
swept his arms over the battle-
field thick with a harvest of
many crude crosses. Yes. th>
great American president, M
Wilson, had said it was PoinK
to be a better world.
Elijah was kindling his lamp
again from the light of the star.
I saw hi in again one day about
a year after the war when I
accompanied an army colonel to
th.' third floor of a tenement
house in our town to call on a
Mr Horwitz. The colonel, in bc-
C'ontinued on Page 19;
It is a pleasure to extend the
hand of good fellowship to our
many frit nds through the holy
days of Passover.
ROBERT E. COLLINS
ARCHITECT
720 Security B!dg.. Ph. 3-5167
Sincere Passover Greetm
)
MORTON
Insurance Agency
7937 N E 2nd Ave.
Ph. 7.1245
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI SPRINGS
LAUNDRY AND
DRY CLEANING
8" Broadway Ph. S292C
MIAMI SPRINGS
Sincere Passcver Greet ngs
From Oade County's Oldest
PAINTING CONTRACTOR
JAKE NEHAM
"6* Washington Ave. Ph. 5-3983
PASSOVER GREETINGS
COUSINS
Manufacturing Corp.
254 Giralda Ave. Ph. 4-6143
A MAN......
AND HIS CLOTHES
Wherever he goes, and
whatever he does, his
clothes are virtually a part
of his personality Evi-
dence of his taste, his
standing, his success.
For Fine
Custom Tailoring
1140 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3812
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI
CONSERVATORY
'739 N Bayshce D-ive
MIAMI WOMEN'S CLUB
PHONE 2-5835
MIAMI
Sincere Passover Greetings
MALTER'S
KOSHER MARKET
436 Collins Avenue Ph. 5-55S3
Sincere Passover Greetings
MIAMI TRADING &
RESTAURANT SUPPLY
1'66 N Miami Avenue Ph. 23982
MVWW
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MIAMI
NEW YORK
2:6 WAS-i NG~CN i\EME
A HAPPV PASSOVER
M. L. MARCUS CO.
OFFICE SUPPLIES
AND STATIONERY
Prompt Delivery
Lowest Prices
41 West Fiagler Street
PHONE 2.1661
Serving The Jewish Community
Phone 5-7777
Extends Greetings
and Beat Wishes for
A Happy Passover
Fifty years of experience
have equipped our staff to
render a genuinely sympa-
thetic and traditional service
always conforming to the
needs of Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform Jewry. Strict
compliance with every Jew-
ish ritual.....
tHlHEDTHE
tC*,0>NERS|C
"I've just found out that all ,
plants need 11 dirferem eiemen
the soil.
rowing
is from
CHARLES-
EDWARD and
MORTON
ROSENTHAL
R" ;- l I Uutfir
ABE EISENBERG
i V.goro supplies all ,hese elements ,n
Balanced propomons. That's whv ,t g.ves
tuch amw.ng resul,s on flowers, lawns,
nrubs. trees, and vegetables.
I like it too. because,,, so clean, odor-
less, sanitary, and easy to use."
* "ODUCT Of SWIfl COMPANY
Headquarters for
VIG0R0
T r" Compi.1, />/, food
and garden supplies
HUGHES
SEED STORE
116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121
Sincere Passover Greetings
from CHARLES FISKE .
CHARLIE'S NEWS
1434 Wash. Ave. Ph. 5-9317
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MERCHANTS EGG CO.
Stall No. 10 1200 N. W. 22nd St.
PHONE 22927
Sincere Passover Greetings
MIAMI
FURNITURE CO.
WO N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.3195
'Wishing All Our Patrons a
Happy Passover"
OCEANIC PHARMACY
Incorporated
500 Collins Avenue Ph. 50051
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Electric Motors Generators
Ventilation Machinery
Marine Work. Patent Development
PENINSULAR
ARMATURE WORKS
Incorporated
ARMATURE WINDING AND
MOTOR REPAIRS
1653 North Miami Avenue
O A. CLOT E. B. GRUTZBACH
Day Phone: 2.0370
Night Phone: 8-2549
We Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to Our Friends
ana Customers Through the Holy
Days of Passover : : ; :
MIAMI
ARMATURE
WORKS
ARTHLR A. CLARK. Manager
=65 V W. 5th Street Ph. 24749
GREETINGS

OLIN'S
U-DRI VE-IT
SERVICE
2900 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami
PHONE 2-2689
'Your Patronage Appreciated"
SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
,M. B. G ARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
'213 Congress Building
PHONE 2-4958
G R E E T I N G s
GEO. E. BUNNELL
CONTRACTORS
: N E 20th Terrace
585 X. E. 58th Sir i |
Inc.
Phone 3-7488
Phone 7-2876
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TURF EXCHANGE BAR
^,HELSERCBlasCHr,S MMt THE B"T BEERS IN TOWN
279 EaSt "-' ^reet ,Opp Cor. ElKs Club, Ph^lVS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
* MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO.
F. A. KAUTZMANN
2 il-JS^ Phone 2-8481
100 State Highway phone 4.2523


FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941
*Jewlsti Ik i ir ha
PAGE NINETEEN
PLAIN TALK
Y BROTHER ELIJAH
(Continued from Page 18)
half of the war department, was
bringing Mr. Horwitz a distin-
guished service cross in memory
f Mr. Horwitz's son, Abe. who
had laid down his life so bravely
on the battlefield.
When the colonel had made the
appropriate remarks he placed
the distinguished service cross
in Mr. Horwitz's hand. Mr Hor-
witz said he was grateful that the
nation appreciated his son but, he
asked, does this bring Abe's life
back? Abe was so young and had
almost a whole life-time to live.
What was the reason that a child
had to die for the sins of men
whom he did not even know? If
I.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
C. A. BURNETT
WAREHOUSE AND
TRANSFER CO.. INC.
20 N. E. 11th STREET
PHONE 2-0568
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BRANNING
INSURANCE
AGENCY. INC.
News Tower Phone 3-5761
We With to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship Through the
Holy Days ol Pasiover : :
CASEY PIANO CO.
1688 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-5661
It is a Pleasure to Extend to Our
Many Friends the Hand of Good
Fellowship During the Holy Days
of Passover ::::::
ROY L. WILLARD
Incorporated
PLASTERING CONTRACTORS
2272 S. W. 10th Street
PHONE -12963
a child dies of diptheria one
can understand it, but to die
this way. like a hunted animal
in the field !
Mr. Horwitz smiled: May be it
was all for the best, though. He
said that from being a Jew he
knew that God always makes
good come out of all evil, even
after a thousand years. If you be-
lieve in God you can be sure
that there is an ultimate good.
Didn't the colonel know how
everything always came out from
evil unto good for tHb Jews?
Yes, I saw Elijah on the battle-
field and in the tenement house
lighting his lamp from the bright-
ness of the star, and on the battle-
field and in the tenement house,
his feet felt brave by its light.
I found him often in the bread-
line in our town during the de-
pression. His shoulders were
hunched against the bitter cold.
He said he couldn't understand
it: He had been everything that
is expected of a man, had been
diligent in his work, had been
faithful in all things and in
the end he had come to this.
But he said he thought every-
We Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship Through the
Holy Days of Passover
D. I. DOOLEY
REALTY CO.
D. J. Dooley and S. E. Schwartz
1031 Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-5801
I Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to My Friends
Through the Holv Days of
Passover
308 E. Flagler St.
Ph. 2.3718
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SOUTH FLORIDA
MOTOR SALES. Inc.
PHONE 0-1951
RENT A CAR
Drive It Yourself
INSURANCE PROTECTION
621 FIFTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FREDERICK BOVVEN
ASSOCIATES
TAX CON3U1 TANTS
AND AUDITORS
Specializing m H --ystems
and Operat.ons
Prone 33I84
1209 Festal Bldg.
thing was sure to be all right in
the end. This couldn't go on in
a rich world, this hunger amid
so much plenty. Yes. a just way
would be ound.
This is Elijah as I know him.
He is all the little people with
their bewildered eyes that won-
der why they are hurt so, with
their prophetic little lamps sear-
ching a good way and so sure
of finding it. He is not a Jew,
Christian or Mohammedan but
all mankind that gets pushed
around but faithfully holds on
to his lamp.
I shall know him when he
comes to my house where the
cup shall be waiting for him at
Seder. He is my brother.
ENDORSES ARONOVITZ
Harry Markowitz, president of
the prominent plumbing firm of
Markowitz and Resnick, said, "It
has been called to my attention
that many local citizens are not
taking sufficient interest in the
civic affairs of our community
and have not registered for the
coming election. Every effort
should be made to arouse in
them interest to exercise the pri-
vilege of the ballot. This privilege
must be appreciated today more
than ever before. In this world
of strife and destruction, we
find that the right of the ballot
has already been destroyed by
force on the European continent,
and yet, in this country too many
people show such lack of ap-
preciation for it. It would be
gratifying if every person in our
community would register and
vote in the coming election."
[/ ASKS
VOTERS REGISTER
Abe Aronovitz, candidate for
city commission of the city of
Miami, appeals to his friends and
well-wishers to urge all citizens
to register and qualify as voters
in the coming election in May,
otherwise they will find them-
selves barred from casting their
ballots at the polls.
In urging registration, he said,
"Citizens of Miami do not realize
that they must participate in the
selection of candidates for public
office if they have any desire for
good government. Unfortunately,
the special interests in our city
have always enjoyed the support
of a controlled block of voters
who always support their selected
candidates and projects. There-
fore, the lack of interest of law-
abiding citizens in the affairs of
city government makes it possible
for the special interests to control
the destiny of our community
and gain for themselves undue
and unjust benefits and advan-
tages at the expense of the tax-
payers' pocketbooks."
Aronovitz concluded, "It is be-
yond my understanding why in-
telligent people continue to per-
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. S. BECK SHOE
CORP.
2 East Flagler Street
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
BURROW'S
MULTI PRINT
3458 Main Highway
PHONE 4-3622
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Jewish* Friends and
Customers
BARLOW'S GROCERY
3428 W. Flagler Street
PHONE 4-0105
FAMOUS
throughout South Florida
For Skilled Workmanship!
TAMIAMI
MOTOR REPAIRING CO
Joe Mero. President
1277 S. W. 8th Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Universal Carloading
& Distributing Co.
Incorporated
OVERLAND PACKAGE
FREIGHT SERVICE, Inc.
1785 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-6505
MIAMI. FLORIDA
It is a Pleasure to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to
Our Many Friends Through tha Holy Days of Passover
GEORGE B. HAEGER
BISCAYNE TROPICAL GARDENS
523 N. E. 107th Street
Phone 7-4088
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
MAISON ALEXANDER
"SLIP COVERS"
Phone 4-3900
2606 S. W. 8th Street
Miami. Florida
G H E KT'NGS
CARTER ROCK & SAND CORP.
FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND
JOE J. BROWN, Manager
Fastest Service of Anyone
4201 N. W. 27th Avenue
Plant Phone 7-7480
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MOTOR CREDIT
CORP.
Loans Financing Discounts
Cars Boats House Tiailers
PHONE 2-7632
333 N. E. 13th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA

GEORGE LANCRAN. Manager
We Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to Our Many
Friends During the Holy Days of
Passover ::::::
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
N. H. HANDKOFF
Managing Director
1545 Collins Avenue
PHONE 50311
PASSOVER GREETINGS .
TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
CORAL GABLES
BODY SHOP
FRANK N. BRIDGES. Manager
135 Madeira Ave. Phone 4-4966
Sincere Passover Greetings
VENETIAN
SHORTWAY
SEDAN SERVICE
1138 N. E SECOND AVE.
PHONE 3-3800
IT IT WITH PLEASURE WE
EXTEND HAPPY PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TINGLE
PAINT CO.
49 S W. 1st St
Ph. 2-D012
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO
OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS
SWEET DREAM
MATTRESS CO.
1235-37 North Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-6939
Sincere Passover Greetings .
CAL'S
TEXACO SERVICE
Complete
Automotive b Battery Service
Mechanic on Duty
16 Hours Daily
L. B. Robinson. Mgr.
501 N. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9131
mit this un-Democratic condition
to continue without making any
attempt to correct it. It can easily
be accomplished if every citizen
would register, make reasonable
inquiry about the candidates
seeking office, and vote for those
whom they believe would make
good, honest and efficient public
servants."
Registration books have been
closed at the local precincts and
returned to the city clerk"s office
on the third floor of the court-
house for final registration from
April 10 to 19. inclusive, with
the office remaining open at night
to accommodate those who find
it inconvenient to take time off
from work.
TO OUR FRIENDS
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
ATLAS MACHINE
& WELDING CO.
316 S. W. N. River Drive
PHONE 2-8328
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SCHNEIDER'S
TACKLE & BAIT SHOP
Schneider & Schreiber, Props.
517 West Ave- Ph. 5-192S
PASSOVER
GREETINGS ....
Bonded
Collection Agency,
Incorporated
1163 N. W. 3rd Art.
PHONE 3-2813
HAPPY PASSOVER
DAN. I. ABBOTT
Electric
RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL
MARINE, STORES
Wiring Repairs
Alterations of All Kinds
186 N E. 20th STREET
PHONE 3-6294
ENN ESS
Garment Co.
Extends the Hand of Good Fellow-
ship to Their Many Friends and
Customers Through the Holy Days
of Passover
NAT KLEIN, Mgr.
44 N F 1st Avenue
Phone 3-1257
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE
WILLIAM J. BURNS
INTERNATIONAL
DETECTIVE AGENCY
Inc.
TELEPHONE 2-6774
W. S. GORDON. Mgr
1542-3 duPar.t Side;.
169 East FlaHcr St.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
I. M. BLOW
TITLE CO.
Suite 300 Seybold Bldg.
PHONE 2-6182
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
T
J.UBY
CHEVROLET CO.
"Ycur Friendly Dealer"
WEST FLAGLER AT 11th AVE.
PHONE 2-1711

OPEN 24 HOURS
"WE NEVER CLOSE"
TO BETTER SERVE YOU
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Lm*+e*fUrk**r
FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 194!
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Waahli^ton Annul and Third
tract. Miami Baach
HOIII MESCHELOFF. Rafebl
711 Lsmx AvantM
Phone S-132S
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantw
Phone 4.0406
2263 S W. 21 t Terrace
Passorer Serrices
Passover begins this Friday
night at sunset. Services will be
held Friday and Saturday night
at 6 p. m. Services will also be
held Saturday and Sunday mom-
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
J. MAS'
PHARMACY
F s! and Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-9953
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Passover Greetings
To All Our Friends and
Customers
'1'
TAYSTEE FOOD
DISTRIBUTORS
MOE FENSTER. PROP.
MIAMI. FLA PH. 3-5717
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
*
INC.
HERB FRINK
'Where Service and Quality
Reign Supreme"
PASSOVER GREETINGS
1
DULANEY'S
MARKETS
"If It's Delicious
It's Dulaney's"
1407 Washington Arenue
411 Forty-First Street
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
y?
1.
HARVEY
ROBILLARD
000 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
*
tags at 7 a. m. in our Talmud
. building, and at 9 a m.
by our Young Israel in the Tal-
mud Torah building. Services
in the synagogue will begin at
9 a. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on -Children's Questions''
Saturday morning and on "Our
Answers" Sunday morning. Can-
tor Mamches will chant the ser-
vices!
Services will be held throug-
out the Passover week at 7 and
S each morning, at 6 p. m. each
afternoon for Mincha. and at
6:45 p. m. each evening for
Maariv.
Memorial services will be held
Saturday moring, April 19 at all
synagogue services. Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will then preach on Life
Eternal."
Religious School
Classes will be held next week
on Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday in our Religious school.
The model Seder held this Thurs-
day afternoon by members of
our daily and Sunday classes,
included Haggaddah reading and
translation, singing and the or-
der of the Passover seder. Re-
freshments were supplied by our
Sisterhood.
Daughters of Israel
The Daughters of Israel and the
Men's division will meet at our j
synagogue Wednesday night,
Plan.- for a Lag B'Omer affair
will be discussed The public is
' cordially invited.
Habanoth
The Beach Habanoth will meet
Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The
Habanoth uniforms have been
completed, and were distributed
at the last meeting. Girls between
'the aces of 12 and 15 are invited
to join.
Boy Scouts
Boys between the ages of 10
and 14 interested in the forma-
tion of a Boy Scout troop in our
synagogue are asked to communi-
cate with our Rabbi.
Mazel Tov
Our congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Julian Daniel Lehman (nee
Betty Dorothy Stcinhardt) who
were joined in marriage Sunday
afternoon at the Dempsey Van-
derbilt Hotel in a beautiful cere-
mony. The marriage was per-
formed by our Rabbi Mescheloff
with the assistance of our Can-
tor Mamches
SOCIETY
Final rituals of Sigma Phi Kappa
Sorority were held Monday,
Manh 31st New Members in-
clude Miss Theada Gamsa, Miss
Vivian Cirlin, Miss Eleanor Fri-
genblat, and Miss Bernice Wolf-
son. A luncheon will be given
in their honor Saturday. April 5
at the Sun Hoy Restaurant.

The bar mitivah of Sanford
Freed, son ol Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Freed, 1720 N. W. 44th
St.. took place Saturday, March
29th at Beth David Synagogue
with Rabbi Max Shapiro offici-
ating. Following the ceremony
a reception was held in the Tal-
mud Torah. .

Beth Harris, romantic singer, has
returned to New York to con-
tinue her radio work after spend-
ing the winter in Miami Beach.
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BON TON CLEANERS
R. L. DAUGHERTY
Main Oflnre and Plant
637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE
Sincere Passover Greetings
R. L COWART
Contracting Painter
438 S. W. 13th Are.. Ph. 2-5634
I Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to My Many
Friends During the Holy Days
of PassoTer : : : :
RUSSELL F. HAND
Seybold Building
PHONE 3-4751
A HAPPY PASSOVER
PENN DLXIE CEMENT
CORPORATION
40 N. E. 22nd St.
Phone 2-3314
SINCERE WISHES
FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
*
GIBBS OIL BURNERS
CHARLES GIBBS
PHONE 3-1785
1352 N. E. 1st Arenue
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
*
FRANK S. EVANS CO.
7005 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-1131
300 N. E. 71st Street
PHONE 7-2121
Passover Greetings
DR. KATHERINE
M. COLE
Naturopathic Physician
Obstetrics
4725 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-4415
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
WROUGHT IRON
220- N. W. 1st Ct.
Ph. 2-0215
SPECIAL TOUR TO HAVANA
$37.50 Via Boat
2 Days and 1 Night in Havana
Main Office. Lobby Southern Cafe
teria. 326 E Flagler Street, Miami
Florida. Phone 3-1918.
Miami Beach, 128 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 5-1302.
WEST INDIES TRAVEL
SERVICE. INC.
Sincere Passovar Greetings le Our
Many Friends and Customers
TYCOON TACKLE
Incorporated
FRANK M. O'BRIEN, JR.
320 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4.2253
PASSOVER GREETINGS
All MakesAll ModelsWe Deliver
WILLIAMSON'S
U DRIVE
340 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
Same Location Since 1932
We are glad to extend
the hand of good fellow-
ship to our friends dur-
ing the holy day* of
Pastorer.
GATLIN GARAGE
WRECKER SERVICE
325 W. Flagler St. Ph. 2-1880
COMPLIMENTS
OF
E. J. DeLOACH
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Friends
ARMATURE
AND GENERATOR
EXCHANGE
340 N. W. 1st Court Ph 2 0491
Passover
Greetings
E DSINGE R
HOTEL
1244 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
SINCERE
PASSOVER GREETINGS
']'
MUSIC BY
"Background of Melody"
ill LINCOLN ROAD
PHONE 5-1822
GREETINGS
*
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND
TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Building
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Paasover Greetings To
Our Friends and Patrons
CHIMNEY NOOK
RESTAURANT
205 N. E. S1M Street
PHONE 3 9273
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All My Jewish Friends
N. P.
"NEIGHBOR"
LOWRY
County Commissioner
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
'1'
ART-CEMENT
MANUFACTURING
CO.
Manufacturers of
Waterproof Paints
3180 S. W. ISth St. Ph. 4-0583
Miami. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
BISCAYNE
CHEMICAL
LABORATORIES
INC.
2207 N. E. 2n* Ave. Ph. 2-91J1
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
LON
WORTH
CROW
Security Bldg. Ph. 34IW
1
I. S. OURSLER
EXTENDS THH HAND
OR FELLOWSHIP l>; i:
1NO THE H.n.Y DATS
OR PA8SOVER.....
*
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. EUGENE WEISS
Podiatrist Chiropodist
Mercantile National Bank Building
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH. FLORID*
OMice Phone: 6-6940
Reaidcnce Phone: 6-5601
ft It Is a Pleasure to
Wish My Many Jewisu
Fricnds Sincere Pass-
over Greetings.....
y
BART A. RILEY
Ph. su
Seybold Bldo
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jTUDAY. APRIL 11. 1141
PAGE TWENTY-ONE
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
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, N. W. TWN Avtnul
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Permanent Calendar
Daily Service*------------ 7:30 a. m.
Evening Service*-------5:30 p.m.
Saturday morninf----- 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning---------8:30 a. m
Hebrew School, daily 3:15-8:13
Sunday School--------10:00 a.m.
jr. Cong. Saturdaya_10:10a.n.
LaU Friday Evening
Services-----------------8:15 p. m
ver this year falls on the
evening Friday, April 11, and
re Passover Greetings to
My Many Friends & Customers
FRED'S GARAGE
Frad L. Ellington
3091 Oak Ave. Ph. 4-2487
Coconut Grove
terminates on the night of Sat-
urday, April 19. The first two!
days are Saturday and Sunday,
April 12 and 13, and the last two
are Friday and Saturday. April
18 and 19. Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the Passover ser-
vices, and Guest Cantor Nathan
Wrooble will chant the tradition-
al melodies. The first two days
of Passover, the Rabbi will speak
in Yiddish and English on the
Central theme, "Israel's and
Humanity's Ultimate Redemp-
tion."
"Yiscor," or Memorial services
will take place Saturday morn-
ing, April 19 at 10 a. m. If you
desire your beloved ones to be
included in the Memorial ser-
vices, phone the Rabbi, and in-
scribe their names as a safekeep-
ing for all times.
The Junior Congregation will
conduct special services during
the first two days of Passover,
Saturday and Sunday of this
week. David Jacobs, Seymour
Hinkes, Meyer Greenberg, Har-
vey Sootin and Herbert Glazeroff
will be in charge of these ser-
vices.
Sisterhood Meeting
We cannot stress sufficiently
the importance of every member
Of the Beth David Sisterhood
to attend the meeting this Wed-
nesday, April 16 at 2:30 p. m at
the Beth David auditorium. Cer-
tainly it is the duty of every
member to vote at the election
of officers for the coming year.
Any member who docs not par-
ticipate in an election is definite-
ly guilty of indifference and dis-
interestedness.
We therefore expect to see ev-
eryone present at that occasion.
Where our institution is envolv-
ed. "especially religious." it is
the duty, the command, to ex-
ercise her voting power. Remem-
ber: we expect to see you this
Wednesday afternoon, April 16
at 2:30 o'clock, at the Beth David
auditorium.
Congregational Meeting
Do not forget we shall expect
to see all members and their
wives at our regular Congrega-
tional meeting this Sunday even-
ing. April 13 at 8 p. m. The com-
mittee is ready to bring in its
report on the revision of our by-
laws, and it is most urgent that
all Congregational and Sisterhood
members attend this meeting.
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
the Sisterhood, emphasizes the
fact, that it will be to the ad-
vantage of every member 'to
attend this most important meet-
ing.
It is essential that misrepre-
sentation be eliminated from the
Jewish life and the support of
the Jewish public is absolutely
necessary. For nine years I have
abstained from giving any super-
vision for products whatsoever,
and I shall appreciate, if it be
called to my attention that my
name is being used to the con-
trary.
Very truly yours,
Rabbi Max Shapiro
Sincere Passover Greetings to Our
Many Jewish Friends and
Customer!
WILLINGHAM'S
SERVICE STATION
1540 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4-9270
Sincere Passover Greeetinga
EAST COAST BAR
2830 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-9162
Sincere Good Wishes To Our
Friends and Customers
For a Happy Passover
DIXON COSTUMES
724 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2*333
Passover Greeetings
from
The Biscayne Laundry
231 llth Street Phone 5-2954
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
WROUGHT IRON
2201 N. W. 1st Court
PHONE 2-0215
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BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
$
GRUBBS BROS.
CONCRETE
MASONRY
1014 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 2-5228
Sincere Passover Greetings
Judqe Sol D. Horowitz
Associate
Municipal Judge
An Open Letter
I lake this moment to advise
the general Jewish public that
no individual nor concern has
been given the right to use my
name in connection with any
product "Kosher Li-Pesach," nor
has anyone the right to mention
any product under the local Rab-
binate without specific names
endorsing the product.
SINCERE
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
FLORIDA PACKAGE
FREIGHT CO.
21S N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 3-0046
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
Benjamin L. Goldstein
344 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-2744
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
HENRY FLATTERY
MASTER PLUMBER
7629 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 7-1866
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JOHNSON & AMICON
1027 N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 3-2477
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRED N. GRIETIN
FIN NOR
MACHINE SHOP
21 N. W. 9th St. Ph. 2-7128
J
Sincere Passover Greetings
Hardies Iron Works
3112 Mundy St. Ph. 4-2718
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc.
TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY"
301 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami, Florida
PHONE 3-4011
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
JOHN W. ROLLINS
PAYING CONTRACTOR
2S0 N. E. 99th Street
Phone 7-1486
Best Wishes For
A HAPPY PASSOVER
AMERICAN AWNING
& CANVAS CO.
7914 N. W .7th Ave.
PHONE 7-2015
Sincere Passover Greetings
Dr. Herbert Feinberg
Surgeon Chiropedist
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Fla
By Appointment -- Ph. 5-2631
FLORIDA SUNLAND
FOODS, INC.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The Original Pure
Papaya Syrup

Sincere Passover Greetings
AITCHTEE
POULTRY CO.
1335 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 3-6028
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOW-
SHIP AND GOOD WILL TO ALL
TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
S. A. RYAN
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF
Me*zohs~Wine.--Nuts--Cil AMD ALL OTHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS
Order Now
MAX'S DELICATESSEN
1131 WDT FLAGLER STREET
PASSOVER MEALS WILL IE SERVED
THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS
GREETINGS
JACQUES HAERST
"World Famous Pastries Add to
the Success of Your Party"
Everything In
INTERNATIONAL BAKERY
PRODUCTS
Telephone 5.1783 1654 Alton Road
Miami Beach and Hendersonville
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE CO.
E- C THRALL
FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-3502
CORAL GABLES
v*
ft Extending the Hand of Good
Fellowship to Our Many
Friends Through the
Holy Days of
Passover
$
HERMITAGE
HOTEL
420 N. E. 1st Ave.
Phone 2-0119
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
RED TOP CAB & BAGGAGE CO.
"Always Call the Rod Top"
PHONE 3-3131MIAMI
PHONE 5-3497MIAMI BEACH
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
H U DSON
LEON I. LICHTENSTETTER. INC.
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FRIDAY, APRIL II, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 M. E. 19th r*t
Office Phon 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
0999 Indian Creek Drive-126
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
00 LaGorce Drive Ph. 61738
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HilleL
Passover Festival Services
iover Eve Vesper Services
Friday evening, April 11th. ;it ti
o/clock. Congregational 5ed< r
Friday evening. April 11th at 6:30
o'clock.
First Day Passover Service.
Saturday morning. April 12th at
11 o'clock. Sermon: "This Year
SlavesNext Year Free Men." by
A Happy Passover to My Many
Jewish Friends
ADRIAN McCUNE
Real Estate Appraiser and
Consultant
Seci'ity Bldg.
Phone 3-7794
A HAPPY PASSOVER
MILLER MUNDY. Inc.
AUTO RENTALS
1030 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-1013
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Sincere Passover Greetings
frORl
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 62040
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PAGE TWENTY-THREE
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Concluding Day of Passover,
service Thursday evening. April
17th at 8:15 o'clock. Sermon.
"Remember This Day." by Rabbi
Zwitman.
Passover Memorial Service.
Friday morning, April 18th at 11
o'clock. The Yiskor service will
be held on this concluding day
of the Festival.
Jewish Hour
The Jewish Hour, under the
auspices of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami will be
conducted on Sunday, April 13th
at 5:30 p. m. over WIOD by Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. Their subject
will be "Passover and Easter."
Congregational Seder
In our congregation, the Festi-
val will be appropriately cele-
brated at the Congregational Se-
der, to be held under Sisterhood
sponsorship, on the first night of
Passover, and at the services
which are listed on the front
page of this Bulletin. Members
of the Congregation are especial-
ly urged to be present at th. i
ning and morning services, and to
bring their children with them.
Religious School Seder
The annual celebration of the
Passover Festival in the Relig-
ious School will take plaCi
Sunday morning, April 13th. tt
10 o'clock. The seder will be
held in Kaplan Hall where the
children will be seated at the
tables and served Passover deli-
cacies, under the auspices of the
Religious School board, with Mrs.
Morris Plant as chairman. Rabbi
Zwitman will conduct the seder
with the participation of children
of the Religious School. P.
are cordially invited to attend.
Notes
Floral offerings for the pulpit
for Passover and Sabbath services
may be arranged for by calling
the chairman. Mrs Gordon Davis,
phone 2-4451.
Yahrzeit Light for home use
on Memorial occasions, is obtain-
able from the chairman. Mrs
Adolph Wertheimer, 2-3068.
Inscriptions on "The Tree of
Life." may be arranged for by
calling the chairman. Mrs Henry
A. Kauffmann. 2-2097.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of peace send
peace to all who mourn and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Harris Rus-
kin. father of Dan B. Ruskin.
Yahrzeits: Morris L. Steiner.
husband of Mrs. Blanche G. Stei-
ner: Rose Hodes. mother of Stan-
ley Hodes; Adolph Arky.
JEWISH LEADERS
BACK ARQNQVITZ
Stanley C Meyers, lawyer and
welfare worker, urging support
for Abe Aronovitz, candidate for
city commission in Miami, de-
clared. "Aronovitz is undoubtedly
fully qualified for that office and
I am confident that he will make
a very valuable public servant.
We need more men like him if
we want good administration of
city government"
Harry Simonoff, lawyer and
prominent Jewish leader in Mi-
ami and Miami Beach, has act-
The word seder literally means
"order of service.'
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
GUARANTY
UNDERWRITERS. INC.
PHONE 3-7708
SHORELAND ARCADE
ively been supporting Abe Aron-
ovitz for election to the city com-
mission. He said. "Aronovitz is
an experii need public servant
who has been identified in public
life for the past fifteen years. His
record is excellent and he stands
high in the esteem of not only his
friends but also his political op-
ponents. He should get the sup-
port of every intelligent voter.
Sincere Passover Greetings
LOUIS BANDEL
Ingraham Bldg.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West FLAGLER STREET
PASSOVER GREETINGS
La Gorce Golf Course
5685 Alton Road Phone 6-1361
Passover Greetings to Our
Jewish Friends!
MILLER SMITH
POULTRY CO.
102 N. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-7457
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EXCELLENT FOOD MODERATE PRICES
HOLLEMAN'S
The Food The Service The Price Incomparable
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
14th Street at Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our
Many Friends During the Holy Days of Passover
GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP.
O. M. BAYAN. President
50 West Flagler Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CANADA DRY
BOTTLING CO.
OF FLORIDA
"FOR YOUR MIXED DRINKS"
JUS N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-2679
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Machine Made Bottles Out of
Florida Sand
"Made in Jacksonville"
FLORIDA GLASS
MFG. CO.
MACHINE MADE BOTTLES
Sales Representative. Herbert Oatz
167 N. E. 29th St. Ph. 3-6965
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE
THE KNAUS SHOP
Fine Furniture and Cabinets
18th Century Reproductions
a Specialty
Designing. Refinishing. Repairing
W. J. KNAUS
7488 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-9582 Res. Phone 7.3935
PASSOVER GREETINGS
H. Kahne. formerly with de Pinna
PHONE 5.1023
LENOX TAILORS
Ladies' and Men's Suits and
Sportswear
MADE TO MEASURE
1626 Lenox Avenue
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
Passover Greetings
LUDWIG BROS., INC.
General Contractors
MIAMI BEACH
Greetings for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI
WRECKING CO.
132 N. W. 20th Street
PHONE 3-6971
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To My Jewish Patrons and Friends
CLYDE R. MARKELY
PIANOS
2916 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 4-5951
Sincere Passover Greetings
MIAMI LOCK &
KEY SERVICE
133 S. W. '.2th Ave.
Ph. 26318
TEL.: 34022 32551 3-2*55
MIAMI X-RAY
< CLINICAL
LABORATORY
722 du Pont Building
L'lyan S. Silverman. Miami. Fla.
YEAR ROUND SERVICE
"YEAR ROUND MIAMI"
MIAMI MEAT &
SAUSAGE CO.
2170 N. W. Hth Ave. Ph. 2-0161
MIAMI. FLORIDA
CHRIS and ED
Restaurants Hotel Barbecue
Service
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Philco Victor Records R. C. A.
St romberg. Carlson
Miami Beach Radio Co.
1219 Lincoln Road
i.lust W.-st nf Alum Road)
PHONE 5-4443
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE
COMPANY
WM. J. BROWN
Seybold Building
HOWARD JOHNSON'S
Ace &ieam tfAcrfLfieA and YteMauAcud
1100 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 W. Flagler St.
Fifth Street and Alton Road. Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
P. M. LEVI
PLUMBING
2141 S. W. Third Street
PHONE 2-1517
PASSOVER GREETINGS
GEO. LaVIGNE
ELECTRIC CO.
176 N. E. 20th Street
PHONE 2-1759
PASSOVER GREETINGS
"ONLY THE FINEST THE OCEAN PROVIDES"
A FULL LINE OF FRESH SEA FOODS
EAST COAST FISHERIES
360 WEST FLAGLER AT BRIDGE
OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS
PHONE 3-5514
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FROM
BALL AND CHAIN
1513 Southwest Eighth Street
(Opposite Tower Theatre)
SINCERE WISHES
TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
GRAHAMS DAIRY
PHONE 8-2151
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?ASE TWENTY-FOUR
FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 194!
The ADL New* Service
WILLIAM 1 3CXERMAN Director
FLORIDA F.EMl^NAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
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Appreciate America Domic well-being ^:> >.:. writ-
One
vtoaely is A] America
Inc : hat as its
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Americai mrta tri life
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kaboi group* "" a sturdy defense Deal plan
Ai er can way
udec :' pi gn n 1 Ap-
preciate Amer a ii ..-.-. rircula-
them at the nominal cost of
fifty cents per thousand.
This week the Miami Public
Library is assisting the program
of Appreciate America through
ive display of literature
and other material issued by the
organization. Included also are
I of the special edition of
Speak Up for Democracy"
b have been printed in con-
nection with its national pro-
This book provides a prac-
: I action for all Ameri-
cans and an authoritative answer
to the question. "What can I do
to help*" The book is written
by Edward L. Bernays. an expert
on public opinion, who says: "You
cannot help molding opinion. The
barber talking to the men in his
So
cour.tr>'
-. establishment at a national chaii molds public opinion.
:-.- bureau and traveler talking in the
,- tha srsanmti in i : ; -~T room of the Pullman
faculty member v --.--. through whid I ped t< dis- car Everyone has contacts whicH
Stamps bear- can :* used to good advantage.
ing th< Appreciate Amer-I These may be social bridge or
ica." Hie Florida Regional of-, bow ling clubor office contacts
fice uses these stamps on outgo- md business lunches. In this way
inf mai and would like to pro-! you can influence other people's
root* their use by ... organize- attitudes with everyday words
uons Group.' interested is the and actions, as a single Individ-
QM
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puished
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Peu. H Douglas
PrafesBOT Douglas has
BltrntifTr tc thi d : con-
auer' technique used I thi
\ar.i; tc disrupt paralyze and
deatnq nations Tr.j- ',- -
our thmkinf m reaped u the
diatributim ol stamps may ob-
alu- of the was of
which
r.a.' raised this country '-' *-; high
jevel of political social ;.:.:. ecc-
I: it With Pleasure That
Ertenc Pi
Greeting;
ELECTRO
CABINET CO.
tm n e. wacom avx
We
BEST WISHES FOB A
HAPPY PASSOVER
DR. WALTER K. FOLEY
OSTEOPATH
1110 Lincoln Roec
PHONE S-405'
ual The job belongs to every
American All must be enlisted
to speak up for Democracy."'
Copies of the book are obtain-
able at the Florida Regional of-
fice
Question. 1 have beer, reading
the book by Herman Rauschnmg.
the former Nazi who is now
writing against the Hitler regime
In discussing anti-Semitism he
says that thii i proMem &*
tl,.. Ji w alone and to us.- his ex-
act words, "no gentile can help
If this is tru<- hadn't we better
givi up the ghost? To what avail
are fa bit efforts of such agencu
the Anti-Defamation League
against th< anti-Semitic f< i
are sweeping the world?
Wer: If Rauschning's tati
ment were correct I would agree
heartedly with your con-
clusion. Personally I have never
subscribed to the thesis that
anti-Semitism is a problem for
the Jew alone. I think that es-
sentially it is a problem for the
Christian whose creation it is.
As Sigmund Livingston said re-
cently: "The challenge of the day-
is to the Christian church." As I
see it. the survival of both Juda-
ism and Christianity are depend-
ent upon their mutual coopera-
tion in fighting those forces which
would destroy the Jew first and
then uproot Christianity. That is
why the program of the
Anti-Defamation League and sim-
ilar Jewish organizations is to-
day directed toward securing
proper understanding between all
j American groups and. together
i with Christian organizations, to-
ward bulwarking American de-
mocracy in every cone
way.
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 in
anti-defamatory nature.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BUCK'S
TOP BODY SHOP
116 N. E 13th Street
PHONE 2-0*5*
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PUBLIC GAS CO.
-200 N. w. 7th Ave. Ph. MSB*
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
& SUPPLY CO.
E. W. CARTER
2M9 N.
W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
Sincere Passover Greetings
ACME PLASTERING
COMPANY
MICHAEL FIORELLO
SO N. E 23rd Street
PHONE 3-4122
It Is Our Pleasure to
Extend Sincere Pass-
over Greetings to Our
Many Friends end
Customers.....
EDWARDS
MARKET
2700 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3-8408
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Good Jewish Friends
and Customers
MBS. NATT'S
BAKERY
61 N. W. 36th St Ph. 7-1649
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI CASKET
COMPANY
725 N. E. 1st Arenas
Miami. Florida
S IN C ERI 7 ASS." VER G RrT'TIN
MILLER BROTHERS RANCH
Ridiae Inttrurtior Trse jr. Srount Horse* Boaroed anc Train*::
Ride* Arranged Xr Hour Z>t or Nite Key Ridet Picnia
: Miies Wad ad Tropics'. Park or Biro Roac Ph 4-613"
Z: Mil P.idinc Master and Manaoe:
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
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BREAD AND CAK.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVEF.
Tr. AL Our M=rv lewisi Friends and Patrons
dixie tire compnriv
CUST-: IT. Inc.
A. j. TJLLIAN, Pretioer-
Makers of
Fine Furniture
i236 R. Miami Avenue
Phone 3-4BC: Miami Fla.
101 & W Firs- Stree:
Firlfc Sre*: oac Mizhiaar. Avenue
Miami
Miami Bead
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CABANA SHOP
JENNIE and EDDIE SILVERMAN
"MS Wahincton Avenue
Miami Beach
SIN^. i.:.l AS^C L.:. ^rr-r-r .
TN" !1S
DE BOUAC TRUCK SERVICE S EQUIPMENT CO.
GAR WOOD HOIST & BODY SERVICE
HOIST REPAIRS
44CK V 2TTH STREET
Specializing .r
TRUCI SEEMZl
MJaCHRE SHOP
PHONT 2-5294
Extsatrtinc tne Hanc of Gooc Feliovalup tr M Many Frwnai
Dunne tne Hoiv ZtmTi at Paaaovej
J. W. BULLOCK REAL ESTATE
duPONT BIDG PHONE 3 Tttti
SIN CERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
FAUTH FURNITURE CO.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
latacior Dvcoratox* and iajsssjsjajsjj
BSCATHE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE
PHONE S-atSt MIAMI
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BENJAMIN
COHEN

PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewith Friands
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GLASS BOTTOM BOAT
PIER 9':-MlAMI YACHT BASIN
A HAPPY PASSOVER
BARNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES
Phone 2-7234
137 N.
Prompt Dauvarie* Miami Beach
E 1st StreetMiami Florida
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CAMP WOHELO FOR GIRLS
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FRI DAY, APRIL 11, 1941 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION kistlksM„ PAGE SEVENTEEN ABRAHAM A. KELLNEW. Raebl Rabbi'* n mttmm t 1823 S. W. 14th T*rrt Ph.n. S-61W %90 8. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAM 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris ..7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a.m. Mincha 5 :30 p.m. Maariir — 6:00 p. m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service.— 9:00 a. m. Welcome PUMTM The Festival of Passover which we will usher in on Friday Eve coming is doubly welcome in our critical times. Now Extending the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends Through the Holy Days of Passover INVESTORS SYNDICATE Congress Building Phone 2-2661 when the leaden skies of despotism and oppression envelope half of the world it is comforting to relive the wonders of the past and bask our battered souls in the warming glow of Passover to come when the wounds of our people will once more be healed and the sorrows of the world be changed to joy. Parents Please Cooperate In the past it was customary to plead with the parents to send their children to the synagogue rather than to school sessions on Festive seasons. This year when the Holiday falls on the days when no school sessions are conducted it is our hope that not alone will our synagogues be crowded with our young ones but that their parents themselves will take full advantage and come with their offsprings into the House of God to utter thanks unto Him from whom all blessings flow for His mercies in enabling us to celebrate this Festive occasion in our glorious country. Schedule of Services On both days of Passover the schedule of Sabbath Services will be adhered to. Morning services will begin at 9 a. m. and the Mincha at 6 p. m. The officers of the congregation have engaged Rev. Joseph Malek former cantor of Beth David Congregation to chant the musical portions of the Services the first and last two days of Passover. Sermon Schedule As in the past. Rabbi Kellner will preach both morning of the Festival in English and in the afternoon between Mincha and Maariv in Yiddish. The sermon topics of the Rabbi will be: Saturday morning, The New Slavery: Saturday afternoon. Looking Backward; Sunday morning, The New Freedom; Sunday afternoon. Looking Forward. During the Choi Homoed Rabbi Kellner will teach the Laws of the Omar and Sefira and will talk on "Count Your Days." Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary will hold a regular cultural meeting in the new synagogue on Tuesday afternoon second day Choi Homoed at 2:30 p. m. A fine Passover program will be presented by the Habanoth Buds. Mrs. George Chertkof will preside and a most cordial invitation is extended to all. Congregational Meeting A meeting of the congregational membership which was to be held in the Talmud Torah building on Tuesday evening, April 15, is postponed because of the Passover holidays. Masel TOT We are happy to extend the congregations sincere good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Kaplan whose marriage was solemnized by Rabbi Kellner on Sunday last. Thank You Rabbi Kellner takes this means of thanking the many kind friends who were gracious enough to call and compliment the Rabbi's Hour of last Sunday. The novel approach was used in the sense that the subject was presented by the means of the traditional Passover questions. The original reason for perfo' rating matzoth was to prevent the dough from rising. PASSOVER GREETINGS Arthur Carlson & Son Studio and Music Shop 214 S. W. 12th Awe. Ph. 29931 PASSOVER GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. W. 51st Street PHONE 7.1855 e EXTENDING THE HANI' 0 OOOD MttjLOWSHIP TO MT IIANY JEWISH FRIENDS DURING THB HOLY DATS OF PASSOVER E. A. EHMANN ARCHITECT 271 Halcyon Arcade Ph. 23700 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS L. D. HAYNES REAL ESTATE Sill N. W. 2nd km, Phone 7-2359 We Wish to Extend to Our Many Friends and Customers the Hand of Good Fellowship Through the Holy Days of Passover HAMMOND FISH COMPANY 25 S. W. S. River Drive Phone 3-1326 Extending the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends Through the Holy Days of Passover IVES CERTIFIED DAIRY Langford Bldg. Ph. 3 2060 BEST WISHES FROM WALTON FLOORING CO. 229 N. E. 39th Street Phone 7-C53i ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BE! VISIT YOUR BARBER AND BEAUTIC IAN FOR BEST RESULTS USE AMBER-LION THE GERMICTDH.L DANDRUFF rREATMENT KING COLE £/ !TY & BARBER SUPPLY • SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 56 West Flagler Street Phone 2-7443 Miami 509 C Phcti -i Mian PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH'S NEWEST DEALER BEACH CHEVROLET CO SALES AND DISPLAY ROOM 540 ALTON ROAD COMPLETE SERVICE DEPARTMENT OPEN SUNDAYS TELEPHONE 5-0878 WE GIVE SERVICE PRODUCTS Land O' Sun Dairies BRINGS YOU STRICTLY KOSHER IN THE NEW SANITARY PURE-PAK SINGLE SERVICE CONTAINER "THE KOSHER CONTAINER FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS'* Land O'Sun Dairy Products for Passover are produced locally under the supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. GRADE "A" MILK SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE SWEET BUTTER BUTTERMILK SPECIAL FOR PASSOVER FRESH ORANGE ICE FRESH STRAWBERRY ICE PLEASE ORDER IN ADVANCE Land O' Sun Dairies, Inc. 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PAGE TWENTY • Lm*+e*fUrk**r FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 194! BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Waahli^ton Annul and Third •tract. Miami Baach HOIII MESCHELOFF. Rafebl 711 LSMX AvantM Phone S-132S MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantw Phone 4.0406 2263 S W. 21 t Terrace Passorer Serrices Passover begins this Friday night at sunset. Services will be held Friday and Saturday night at 6 p. m. Services will also be held Saturday and Sunday momA HAPPY PASSOVER FROM J. MAS' PHARMACY F s! and Washington Avenue PHONE 5-9953 MIAMI BEACH Sincere Passover Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers '1' TAYSTEE FOOD DISTRIBUTORS MOE FENSTER. PROP. MIAMI. FLA PH. 3-5717 BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER INC. HERB FRINK 'Where Service and Quality Reign Supreme" PASSOVER GREETINGS 1 DULANEY'S MARKETS "If It's Delicious— It's Dulaney's" 1407 Washington Arenue 411 Forty-First Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER y? 1. HARVEY ROBILLARD 000 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH tags at 7 a. m. in our Talmud •. building, and at 9 a m. by our Young Israel in the Talmud Torah building. Services in the synagogue will begin at 9 a. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on -Children's Questions'' Saturday morning and on "Our Answers" Sunday morning. Cantor Mamches will chant the services! Services will be held througout the Passover week at 7 and S each morning, at 6 p. m. each afternoon for Mincha. and at 6:45 p. m. each evening for Maariv. Memorial services will be held Saturday moring, April 19 at all synagogue services. Rabbi Mescheloff will then preach on Life Eternal." Religious School Classes will be held next week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in our Religious school. The model Seder held this Thursday afternoon by members of our daily and Sunday classes, included Haggaddah reading and translation, singing and the order of the Passover seder. Refreshments were supplied by our Sisterhood. Daughters of Israel The Daughters of Israel and the Men's division will meet at our j synagogue Wednesday night, Plan.for a Lag B'Omer affair will be discussed The public is cordially invited. Habanoth The Beach Habanoth will meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. The Habanoth uniforms have been completed, and were distributed at the last meeting. Girls between 'the aces of 12 and 15 are invited to join. Boy Scouts Boys between the ages of 10 and 14 interested in the formation of a Boy Scout troop in our synagogue are asked to communicate with our Rabbi. Mazel Tov Our congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Julian Daniel Lehman (nee Betty Dorothy Stcinhardt) who were joined in marriage Sunday afternoon at the Dempsey Vanderbilt Hotel in a beautiful ceremony. The marriage was performed by our Rabbi Mescheloff with the assistance of our Cantor Mamches SOCIETY Final rituals of Sigma Phi Kappa Sorority were held Monday, Manh 31st New Members include Miss Theada Gamsa, Miss Vivian Cirlin, Miss Eleanor Frigenblat, and Miss Bernice Wolfson. A luncheon will be given in their honor Saturday. April 5 at the Sun Hoy Restaurant. • • • The bar mitivah of Sanford Freed, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freed, 1720 N. W. 44th St.. took place Saturday, March 29th at Beth David Synagogue with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Talmud Torah. • • • Beth Harris, romantic singer, has returned to New York to continue her radio work after spending the winter in Miami Beach. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BON TON CLEANERS R. L. DAUGHERTY Main Oflnre and Plant 637 N. W. FIFTH AVENUE Sincere Passover Greetings R. L COWART Contracting Painter 438 S. W. 13th Are.. Ph. 2-5634 I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Many Friends During the Holy Days of PassoTer : : : : RUSSELL F. HAND Seybold Building PHONE 3-4751 A HAPPY PASSOVER PENN DLXIE CEMENT CORPORATION 40 N. E. 22nd St. Phone 2-3314 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER GIBBS OIL BURNERS CHARLES GIBBS PHONE 3-1785 1352 N. E. 1st Arenue PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANK S. EVANS CO. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-1131 300 N. E. 71st Street PHONE 7-2121 Passover Greetings DR. KATHERINE M. COLE Naturopathic Physician Obstetrics 4725 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-4415 PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC WROUGHT IRON 220N. W. 1st Ct. Ph. 2-0215 SPECIAL TOUR TO HAVANA $37.50 Via Boat 2 Days and 1 Night in Havana Main Office. Lobby Southern Cafe teria. 326 E Flagler Street, Miami Florida. Phone 3-1918. Miami Beach, 128 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida Phone 5-1302. WEST INDIES TRAVEL SERVICE. INC. Sincere Passovar Greetings le Our Many Friends and Customers TYCOON TACKLE Incorporated FRANK M. O'BRIEN, JR. 320 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4.2253 PASSOVER GREETINGS All Makes—All Models—We Deliver WILLIAMSON'S U DRIVE 340 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami Same Location Since 1932 We are glad to extend the hand of good fellowship to our friends during the holy day* of Pastorer. GATLIN GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE 325 W. Flagler St. Ph. 2-1880 COMPLIMENTS OF E. J. DeLOACH Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Friends ARMATURE AND GENERATOR EXCHANGE 340 N. W. 1st Court Ph 2 0491 Passover Greetings E DSINGE R HOTEL 1244 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS ']' MUSIC BY "Background of Melody" ill LINCOLN ROAD PHONE 5-1822 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Building MIAMI BEACH Sincere Paasover Greetings To Our Friends and Patrons CHIMNEY NOOK RESTAURANT 205 N. E. S1M Street PHONE 3 9273 PASSOVER GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends N. P. "NEIGHBOR" LOWRY County Commissioner PASSOVER GREETINGS '1' ART-CEMENT MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of Waterproof Paints 3180 S. W. ISth St. Ph. 4-0583 Miami. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings BISCAYNE CHEMICAL LABORATORIES INC. 2207 N. E. 2n* Ave. Ph. 2-91J1 PASSOVER GREETINGS LON WORTH CROW Security Bldg. Ph. 34IW 1 I. S. OURSLER EXTENDS THH HAND OR FELLOWSHIP l>; i: 1NO THE H.n.Y DATS OR PA8SOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist Mercantile National Bank Building 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH. FLORID* OMice Phone: 6-6940 Reaidcnce Phone: 6-5601 %  ft It Is a Pleasure to Wish My Many Jewis u Fricnds Sincere Passover Greetings y BART A. RILEY Ph. s u Seybold Bldo fc-*



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nUDAY, APRIL 11, Ml vJewisti fkridi&n PAGE FIVE SOCIETY On Friday. April 18. the seventh day of Passover, the* bar mitzvah celebration of Boris Rackovsky, son of Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph E. Rackovsky of 810 11th St., will be held at Andron's Alamac Hold. 1300 Collins Ave. All friends arc cordially invited to attend. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Isadora M. Rothschild of Brooklyn, N. Y., are ending the Passover holiday with their brother and sister-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. 1<( thschild of Miami. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Berkeley ar( now in their new home at 901 N. E. 73rd street. Harold Berkowitz. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Berkowitz, left for Georgia Military Academy after visitniK here with his parents for several days. • • • Mrs. Lillian Mills. 818 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, left Wednesday for Richmond, Va., where she will visit with her children, Rabbi and Mrs. M. H. Frank. • • • Mr. Elias Saul Finklestein and Miss Doris Ruby Rubin were married Tuesday afternoon at a garden ceremony at the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. • • • Tuesday, at 10:30 a. m.. board meeting of the American Jewish Congress will be held at the home of Mrs. Moses Krieger, president. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig. 347 N. E. 26th Terrace, announce the engagement of their daughter, Another Grand Jewish Talkinq Picture .... A Story to Touch the Heart! "DEB LEBEDIKEB tUSEM" with JERRY ROSENBERG. GUSTAV BERGER and FANNIA RUB1NA TUES. • WED APRIL 15th — 16th • PLAZA THEATRE J PLEDGE TO ASSIST AS NAZIS Belgrade ( W N S ) Charging that the war was forced on Germany "by British Imperialism and Jewish finance and capital," Nazi Dictator Hitler hurled his mechanized legions against Yugoslavia and Greece, which grimly prepared to resist the invasion. While Yugoslavia speeded its mobilization measures, a meeting of representatives of all Jewish communities and organizations in Yugoslavia convened in Beli grade and pledged maximum aid and cooperation to the new < ii VI v..::.* nt ing been produced under the supervision of Rabbi Isaac Tendler in New York which may be so. However there is no evidence that the same was under supervision when bottled, yet the labels on each bottle misleadingly state that the wine was bottled in accordance with Orthodox Jewish law. We, the undersigned Orthodox Rabbis of the community call attention to the fact that the Montora wines so represented were not bottled under proper supervision to the best of our knowledge and hence are not Kosher for use. Respectfully yours. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. South End Washington Ave. Miami Beach 2 5c — 2 TO 6:30 Miss Peggy Joan Selig. to Stuart I Gordon, son of Mrs. Anna GorI don. • • • A June wedding has been planned by Miss Merle Herzfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Herzfeld, Miami Beach, and Joseph Kolber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kolber, Miami. The brideelect attended Miami Beach schools and Mr. Kolber attended Chicago University. AN OPEN LETTER Editor, Jewish Floridian Miami. Fla. Dear Sir: It has come to our attention that a local concern is selling supposedly Kosher Passover wines under false and fraudulent misrepresentation. The wine in question is represented as havSincere Passover Greetings FISHER'S LAUNDRY SERVICE 534 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9192 • PASSOVER GREETINGS • Acacia Flower Shop 1547 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9400 GREETINGS COURT HOUSE BILLIARD ROOM Best and Biggest in the South Billiard Room Supplies Morris Bain. President Phone 2-7452 37-41 N. W. Miami Court PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Jewish Patrons and Friends ROYAL FULTON BAKERIES, INC. 6th Avenue and N. W. 7th St. PHONE 2-3330 • PASSOVER GREETINGS • PRESS INN 600 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-8688 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER The Boat Restaurant Charles Anthony, Mgr. 39 N. E. 1st Are. Ph. 3-2517 Passover Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons CHAMBERLAIN WEATHERSTRIP CO.. Inc. 46 N. E. 6th Street Phone 3-2151 — Miami PASSOVER GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends i Miss Helen G. Warner '!' CORAL GABLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. Best Wishes For A Happy PASSOVER Season 2501 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERT R. TAYLOR. JR. AND ASSOCIATES of the COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE A Most Happy Passover MORE AROMA RICHER FLAVOR EHLERS' OR M fcoatf • PASSOVER GREETINGS • FORD SEPTIC TANK COMPANY 1900 Red Road PHONE 4-4012 To Our Friends and Patrons A Most Happy PASSOVER 71st Street Service Station 337 71st St. Ph. 6-9156 McGilvery Service Station 2175 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 2-3274 SEASON'S GREETINGS 2164 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-5902 • PASSOVER GREETINGS • To All Our Jewish Patrons American Pharmacy, Inc. 744 N. E. 2nd Ave., Ph. 3-4665 Marshall's Drug Store 653 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-1202 SEARS-ROEBUCK &CO.


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PAGE TEN •jmlsSfkrtdtor FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1941 II PASSOVER RENDEZVOUS WITH ELIJAH Bv 3A35: r.'Or.'Zl M. 5EGAL %  %  %  %  —— i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  : %  %  : V ... %  w.tc Sa&skrt!, A.;.. %  ~ %  '' : m S %  %  • • : %  %  •1 %  • : ., : ? r ;. • = i £ = : = H. I. GAELICS Sarrk 5 Station %  1 :• : '£..£ "• • ••£••.£ : 1 : -' 7 • %  ... %  A %  Betty, apr]posed to %  y %  v • -xedo %  7 At -" I '. I %  restaurant %  "• %  %  -• • %  %  rI look, to listen and to L-. Tne Samuels were %  ^A aritfa acceptances. A hundred per cent acceptance—mirable dicty— the token of a ma;:-.'. c .. r— a coup de ma A ft Ahotoa before the l to take place an aval D ral b najnefi raini j | MB plague from Park avenue shops. Brooklyn Queens Cardr'oranums. The peri„med a^r m the apar att< j befk and 1 noels had to hire a special rti iHarM in naftj md a form to lock afl the fl ml treasures. By eight--.r.:ny p. m. 'Pa ". numerous g„ wer ed for :.; ? CONTINUED OS P*GE II PASSOVER GREETINGS WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2.2462 %  : Ca 'c* and Dtlive0-a-i lit N W • Strt--. 523CC£H£ : %  • • •• • :i : Flotida Foal Oil he tea >. .. -•:...; j = -:••= .: _•-[ r.i=i3 md Z-J-:t=*n—A Happi ?sc-*: WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMEBS SUPPLIES r E X M r. DAN'.-.. NEON COMPANY Be gave a great d :: she p cmiht lity :'. i %  .. I • ..: Rart rigta iii? Why %  : : a %  %  .—— w. H. ELLIS r : 7 H V i.4 %  I. .5AT, ?-:-J : SMI ; i EDDIE'S TffiE SHOP Ml V Mbaari AM. Phaaa I-4WT1 GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Board 7:: Daily DCall 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 9M0 N. W. J7th ATWUI Visitors Welcwn* N A. White 1 1246 X E. Lai T Paw l-WEM PAMOVBI 3=iZT:>3s FREDERICHS MARKET SINCERE \ SSC %  ER UREETTN FLORIDA BOND^i MORTGAGE CO. FTBST TRTJST 3 ICG PHCNE : Z544 FIRST STATI BANK OF MIAMI SPRINGS = H %  iisc Sr*Pfcaaa '-nrr Tin G BE TH OUND CLUB SOOt MTJSIC ran DOTE DAJTCZ ; %  : y --_. >.T--.. •:N:I?.Z PASSOVES J=IZT:NGS M. & M. DREDGING & CONSTRUCTION CO. POSTAL BITLDCfG UlAltl FLORIDA F.E, siat :z ex-e-d ie hozi zi .-eLowship through e Holy Dcys r: .-casover *:: R W. IS* Sreet Phone 3-W39 FLORIDA WOOD FLTTTJRES MANTJFACTURING CO. 4"": 5 '*" M 5—-MPkaaa I ; %  : BEST ~:iH£i A :-: A ? ? % %  : rtllOTtl GECHOE L GPJLZY VICTOR P. GrJLT:' b -3 V.'IJ: Plaa—a Tnal We Extend 21ST WSBES FOB A BAPFY PASSOVER LEVERETT ELECTRIC PUMP SALES I :! N W N ?.:ve: Z-ve Fhone 3-3227 ? 1 ?^ '•' IP. GREETINGS %  '-'''-••--- :•' baa—T Paints. Varnishes aad Extasek SAUNDERS HARDWARE & PAINT CO.. INC m Zctt: W 7 _Phone 4 0744—Miami. Florida -•-c Hijiwty—Phone 4 MIX—South Miaaai. Flortda PASBOVEE 38EEIOIGS MIAMI 3 Z A C H FIRST S' A T I C N* A 1 B A VI UBOOUI IMC AUOH ?;._:s M I A Ml %  EAC •PaVBBOTn 3?_IZTT!J5 TC Z~ MA2TT PASSOVZ8 GREETINGS L"X~— li, .. S4 HOUR SERVICE *~.HERN NURSING :a.-r naabar, Estey Gulbransec TURNER'S W -^M:. FLORIDA 10 S. E. FWth Street Pkoa* S J



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TT nUDAY, APRIL 11. 1941 • 'Jcwisti fkrkflnri PAGE THREE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Passover Greetings v W H. A. Social. Wed. April 16 A3 the American Public eagerly .waits the opening of the Baseball Seas-n. so it is with the w ml ,, I1 0 f Creator Miami and the Approaching Y. W. H. A. Annual Passover Reception and get together come Wednesday. April 16. Those of you who have attend, d thiprevious Y. W. H. A. Passover Receptions, we are sure wi l| attend in full regalia. How,. vi r W e expect each of you to bring new blood in the area to this splendid social and get together. A fine program is in store lor all the ladies. News 'Round Town We are happy to tell you that Abe Silver is doing alright following a delicate eye operation. That Mrs. Harry Schwartz's boy. Douglas, is recuperating nicely following the removal of tonsils and adenoids. That Mickey Lubel and his Athletic Committee are accepting new and old recruits interpstcd in the 2nd National Passtime of softball. Practice ses• Sincere Passover Greetings Auto Collision Works 12S N. E. 13th St. Ph. 3-2615 It is a Pleasure to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Many Friends During the Holy Days of Passover .... I. ARON ABBOTT Ingraham Bldg. sums arc held .very Sunday |morning, leaving fr< m the V grounds to a nearby field. That Jack Apte, among his many other duties at the "Y", is doing a swell job as manager of the new Summer Duckpin League now in its first week. Games arc held every Thursday at 8 p. m, at the Miami Recreation Alleys. Never too late to try out. That Maurice Grossman, our executive director, has accepted President Roosevelt's suggestion to sponsor an "I am an American" program at the "Y" on May 18. Anyone reaching 21 years of age or having become a citizen will be honored then. That registrations are now being accepted for the Home Camp. Do not delay as an extraordinarily large enrollment is anticipated. Rates are $3 per week. Camp sessions will begin June 16 for a ten week period. For further information see Maurice Grossman, executive director or Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lieberman. Notice members and friends— Due to Passover, the 'Y" will be closed from 5 p.m. Friday to 7 p. m. Sunday. Wed., April 23, Mrs. Max Dobrin will review "The Life of Clara Schunaun," a romantic biography by John N. Burk at the "Y" at 8:30 p. m. P. S. Registration books have now been removed from the precincts to the Court House. Hurry and register—Don't be caught short. Adios. A HAPPY PASSOVER Miami Ornamental Iron Works, Inc. JOSEPH C. FITZGERALD Phone ."6845 243 S. W. 6th STREET PAS80VER GREETINGS M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY Ingraham Bldg. Miami NAZIS OUST JEWS TO MAKE ROOM FOR NAZI EVACUEES Lisbon (WNS)—Nazi authorities in Slovakia confiscated the homes of thousands of Jews to provide room for 45,000 German women and children who were evacuated from the heavilybombed districtof Germany, it earm I hi re In many ca it was n ported, Jews were given only 24 hours notice to leave their homes and were not permitted to take their possessions with them. -• ASKS CONTRIBUTIONS OF TIN FOIL AND ALUMINUM R. R. Adler as a member of the Committee to Defend America. Dade County Chapter, is asking for contributions of tinfoil and other similar items as aluminum pans, that will be of aid to Great Birtain in their present crisis. Mr. Adler may be contacted at 425 E. Rivo Alto Drive, Phone 5-3260. • Sincere Passover Greetings Daniel M. Brown BROWN'S POTATO CHIP AND PRETZEL CO. 1100 S. W. 8th St. Ph.3-4916 • Sincere Passover Greetings Ernest L Bryant Official Reporter of the Circuit Court 943 Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-5337 A HAPPY PASSOVER To All My Jewish Patrons and Friends GLADYS KING BEAUTY SALON 8131 Biscayne Blvd. PHONE 7-7878 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS The Trail Lodge • DANCING SHORT ORDERS • WINE AND BEER "OPEN ALL NIGHT" 7710 S. W. 8th Street Phone 4 9458 We Wish To Announce a Complete Line 0* limM| DAIRY PRODUCTS—KOSHER FOR PASSOVER nDB te W3 under supervision of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. Miami Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Miami Beach Sunny Brook Creamery 9N.W oniu c. Phone 2-5310 79 N. W. 20th St. PASSOVER GREETINGS BRAMLETT EQUIPMENT CO. 800 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-0794 PASSOVER GREETINGS McArthur Jersey Dairy Farm. Inc. 169 N. E. 62nd Street Phone 71667 Miami. Fla PASSOVER GREETING6 O S CEO LA MARKET CEOIUJE JACOB. Prop. QUALITY WESTERN MEATS and FANCY GROCERIES WE DELIVER 2283 S. W. 17th Ave. — Ph. 41727 I'ASSOVBR SRR1TIN 0 8 HOTEL PARAMOUNT 259 But Flakier St. Mr. :uid Mrs. Abe Winer itft^i tfSfi 5* %\ wem #*e> '#* KM* GAS PEOPLE$i!^^|^ COMPANY M • I 1 jr w • • d ft. Liudndili Miami Buck A NEW WAY TO HEALTH AND BEAUTY Solar energy nno" iir.i urrenti combined with massage stc.| palna and %  tehee instantly. Rejuvenate* Remove your lines, wrinkles, itt-tiui-e your weight m-lentlfloaUy. Treatments given with wonderful result*. YORK SWEDISH MASSAGE AND ELECTROLYSIS STUDIO 304 Profesiional Etlda. PHONE 2-2387 216 N. E. 2nd AVE. NASH HOTEL ENJOY A REALLY DELIGHTFUL HOME ATMOSPHERE SPEND THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS AT THE NASH HOTEL Sedar Services Conducted by Rev. I. FIALKOW Make Reservations Now—Phone 5-4641 1120 Collins Avenue—Under the Management of THE NASH FAMILY Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our Many Jewish Friends ACME FAST FREIGHT, Inc. 300 S. W. 1st Ave. Phone 2-1731 PASSOVER GREETINGS U. S. PLASTERING CO. ORNAMENTAL PLASTERING STUCCO. CAST STONE, LATHING LIGHT IRON FURRING 36th STREET and 37th AVENUE N. W. 1736 S W. 6TH STREET eJIaffian i f r Q u § • 5) u p a r q ue I of eJforida wishes to announce tfiaf DTI r. £eo 5t o £> i n s o n Sormerfy President of American 'Bant & Srusl So. dlliami, Sforida fca* jBeen Sfeefed Executive 'Dice President in eftorida Office, Showroom & Warehouse 1100 N. E. 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida GEO. L. DIXON BLDG. PHONE 8-244 MIAMI. FLORIDA U n c In New York City 630 Sixth Avenue In Boston, Mass. 367 Boylston St. In Chicago, 111. 225 N. Racine Ave. In New Haven, Conn. 232 State Street Complete Equipment, Furnishings and Supplies. Hotels. Apartments, Restaurants and Institutions. Phone 2-7635—6 r #



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PRU5AY. A PRIL 11. 1941 +Je*lsti fhrkUar) PAGE THIRTEEN FOOTNOTES J1 HISTORY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE TWELVE) clamiing that it has powers \o caim the sea. As part of the Seder ceremonies 0 ., r cups of wine are drunk. They „. explained as "four toasts to freedom" and correspond to the our promises of redemption menuoned in the Bible in connection w ith the Exodus. Many of the old-time Haggadah (booklet containing ritual for Seder night) contain drawings n d illustrations. Oftentimes these illustrations give us an insight into Jewish values. In one illustration picturing the four D R. ISRAEL SHMID ,.r, to "plin lo you in pr^on how "Venn ImpMW your hcahl. bv changE2 your did. taking manipulative unlmnt. noceiine: th< bowrls.^ and „.mr!y,nf! with h. inductions (01 For An Appointment Call 55102 •JO Drexd Ave., Miami Brach., Fla. sons of the Haggadah the Rasha or wicked son is portrayed in a soldier's uniform. Is this a subtle protest against militarism and war? During the course of the Seder it is customary to point to the various objects and symbols as they are mentioned. Thus we point to the matzoh and moror (bitter herbs). In one illustration Haggadah the picture shows the husband pointing to his wife at that particular moment when he should have been pointing to the bitter herbs. Would that be ground for divorce in modern times? You answer that one. Our concern is with history. INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS ON PASSOVER Outside of Palestine, Passover, which this year begins on April 12th (first seder night is April Uth), is observed for eight days by Orthodox Jews, but according to the Old Testament the festival lasts only a week. Palestinian Jews visiting abroad during Passover are permitted to eat chometz on the eighth day. States on the same day that the Declaration of Independence, was adopted, they first proposed a device showing Pharoah sitting in an open chariot, a crown on his head and a sword in his hand, passing through the dividing waters of the Red Sea in pursuit of the Israelites; with rays from a pillar of fire beaming on Moses, who was represented as standing on the shore extending his hand over the sea, causing it to overwhelm Pharoah. folk song which is U6ed to be sung in the Provence. Jews already living in Palestine still utter the hopeful phrase. "Next Year in Jerusalem," as part of the Passover service. Archaeologists have established that the date of the exodus of the Jews from Egyptian slavery was 1447 B. C, and that the pharoah of the Passover story was Thotmes III. A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL JUDGE W. F. BLANTON Many Protestant clergymen in the America of Colonial days drew a parallel between George III and Pharoah in their discourses on the grievances of the colonies against England, inferring that the same providence of God that rescued the Israelites from Egyptian bondage would free the colonies. In the Spitalfields section of London's East End it was once the custom for Jewish householders to present matzoth to their non-Jewish neighbors on Passover and to receive in return plum puddings on Christmas. The pasty charosses, which is included in the Passover menu as a reminder of the mortar used by the Israelites for making bricks in Egypt, once had a more practical meaning. Taking the injunction to eat bitter herbs at the seder table literally, many Jews would seriously burn their tongues on the sharp condiments. To allay the burn, a preparation of apple, nuts, wine and cinnamon — our own charosses—was suggested. Handel, Schubert. Rubinstein and Mendelssohn are among the famous composers inspired by the story of the exodus of the Jews from Egypt to create musical masterpieces. The oldest treasure hunt in the world is the familiar Passover search for the hidden afikomen. Although in this country we use square, rectangular or round matzoath impartially, depending on which company's products we buy. the custom until the age of machinery was that matzoth should be round. The earliest artists who engraved or painted Passover scenes were not Jews but Christians. PASSOVER GREETINGS CHIMNEY NOOK RESTAURANT 205 N. E. 31st St. PHONE 3-9273 Sephardic Jews do not hide the afikomen under the pillow but wrap it in a silk cloth worn by their womenfolk over their shoulders while the Haggadah is being read. The first Passover service to be broadcast by television came from New York City in 1940. To Our Friend* and Patron* PASSOVER GREETINGS MARTHA LEE BEAUTY SALON 6211 Biicayne Blvd. Ph. 7.5472 WE EXTEND SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS COMPANY PHONE 3-2776 ACE MATTRESS 156 N. W. 3TH ST. IARRETT COFFEE COMPANY ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF COFFEES AND TEAS 507 Northwest Miami Court Phone 2-2174 WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER The earliest known edition of the Haggadah extant is dated 1505 A. D„ and was printed at Fano, Italy. Musicologists claim that the melody for Had Gaya, one of the important Passover songs, was borrowed from a famous French When Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and John Adams were appointed to prepare a design for the seal of the United PASSOVER GREETINGS Schneider Ice Cream Co. Roy J. Schneider, OWMP Fancy Ice Cream* & Delieiou* Food 1801 N. E. 2nd Ave. — Ph. 2-3868 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Avenue Phone 4-2914 Coral Gable* Sincere Paover Greeting* from LEE ALBERT'S BEAUTY SHOP 158 S E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2.54 PASSOVER GREETIMC8 AMERICAN FINANCE CORPORATION A. C. COURIC •19 M. C 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-3326 PASSOVER GREETINGS LIVESAY WINDOW CO., Itac. Exclusive Manufacturer* of %  LIVESAY PRECAST WINDOW UNITSJOHN LEWIS. PRESIDENT 3044 S. W. 28th LANE PHONE 4-5123 MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY J. A. MEACHAM, General Agent 1100 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 7-1631 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER Albert's Auto Service OARAGE and SERVICE STATION PHONE 2-9280 1287 N. W. 20th Street PASSOVER GREETINGS PRUFERT CONSTRUCTION GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF MrfzohsWines--Nuts--Cak AND ALL OTHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS Order Now— MAX'S DELICATESSEN 1131 WEST FLAGLER STREET PASSOVER MTLK WILL BE SERVED THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAYS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER LIONEL E. and DONALD E. LEVEY TOPS-ALL ROOFING TILE MFG. CO. PHONE 8-2525 3333 N. W. 8. River Drive A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TRAIL PONTIAC. CO. SALES and SERVICE 1305 S. W. Eighth Street J. W. "BILL" GREEN Phone 2-2113 MIAMI, FLORIDA America's Oldest Federal 3% CURRENT DIVIDENDS ON INSURED SAVINGS a> The First Federal is the largest mutual savings institution in the Southern States. It operates under the charter, regulation and examination of the United States Government. Savings in the First Federal are not subject to fluctuations of the stock and bond markets. The account of each savings investor is insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C, an instrumentality of the United States Government. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI ONE HUNDRED N. E. FIRST AVENUE W. H. WALKER. President •



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FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941 *•Jewlsti Ik i ir ha PAGE NINETEEN PLAIN TALK Y BROTHER ELIJAH (Continued from Page 18) half of the war department, was bringing Mr. Horwitz a distinguished service cross in memory „f Mr. Horwitz's son, Abe. who had laid down his life so bravely on the battlefield. When the colonel had made the appropriate remarks he placed the distinguished service cross in Mr. Horwitz's hand. Mr Horwitz said he was grateful that the nation appreciated his son but, he asked, does this bring Abe's life back? Abe was so young and had almost a whole life-time to live. What was the reason that a child had to die for the sins of men whom he did not even know? If I. PASSOVER GREETINGS C. A. BURNETT WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO.. INC. 20 N. E. 11th STREET PHONE 2-0568 PASSOVER GREETINGS BRANNING INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. News Tower Phone 3-5761 We With to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship Through the Holy Days ol Pasiover : : CASEY PIANO CO. 1688 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-5661 It is a Pleasure to Extend to Our Many Friends the Hand of Good Fellowship During the Holy Days of Passover :::::: ROY L. WILLARD Incorporated PLASTERING CONTRACTORS 2272 S. W. 10th Street PHONE -12963 a child dies of diptheria one can understand it, but to die this way. like a hunted animal in the field Mr. Horwitz smiled: May be it was all for the best, though. He said that from being a Jew he knew that God always makes good come out of all evil, even after a thousand years. If you believe in God you can be sure that there is an ultimate good. Didn't the colonel know how everything always came out from evil unto good for tHb Jews? Yes, I saw Elijah on the battlefield and in the tenement house lighting his lamp from the brightness of the star, and on the battlefield and in the tenement house, his feet felt brave by its light. I found him often in the breadline in our town during the depression. His shoulders were hunched against the bitter cold. He said he couldn't understand it: He had been everything that is expected of a man, had been diligent in his work, had been faithful in all things— and in the end he had come to this. But he said he thought everyWe Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship Through the Holy Days of Passover D. I. DOOLEY REALTY CO. D. J. Dooley and S. E. Schwartz 1031 Washington Avenue PHONE 5-5801 I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Friends Through the Holv Days of Passover 308 E. Flagler St. Ph. 2.3718 PASSOVER GREETINGS SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES. Inc. PHONE 0-1951 RENT A CAR Drive It Yourself INSURANCE PROTECTION 621 FIFTH STREET MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS FREDERICK BOVVEN ASSOCIATES TAX CON3U1 TANTS AND AUDITORS Specializing m H •--ystems and Operat.ons Prone 33I84 1209 Festal Bldg. thing was sure to be all right in the end. This couldn't go on in a rich world, this hunger amid so much plenty. Yes. a just way would be ound. This is Elijah as I know him. He is all the little people with their bewildered eyes that wonder why they are hurt so, with their prophetic little lamps searching a good way and so sure of finding it. He is not a Jew, Christian or Mohammedan but all mankind that gets pushed around but faithfully holds on to his lamp. I shall know him when he comes to my house where the cup shall be waiting for him at Seder. He is my brother. ENDORSES ARONOVITZ Harry Markowitz, president of the prominent plumbing firm of Markowitz and Resnick, said, "It has been called to my attention that many local citizens are not taking sufficient interest in the civic affairs of our community and have not registered for the coming election. Every effort should be made to arouse in them interest to exercise the privilege of the ballot. This privilege must be appreciated today more than ever before. In this world of strife and destruction, we find that the right of the ballot has already been destroyed by force on the European continent, and yet, in this country too many people show such lack of appreciation for it. It would be gratifying if every person in our community would register and vote in the coming election." [/ ASKS VOTERS REGISTER Abe Aronovitz, candidate for city commission of the city of Miami, appeals to his friends and well-wishers to urge all citizens to register and qualify as voters in the coming election in May, otherwise they will find themselves barred from casting their ballots at the polls. In urging registration, he said, "Citizens of Miami do not realize that they must participate in the selection of candidates for public office if they have any desire for good government. Unfortunately, the special interests in our city have always enjoyed the support of a controlled block of voters who always support their selected candidates and projects. Therefore, the lack of interest of lawabiding citizens in the affairs of city government makes it possible for the special interests to control the destiny of our community and gain for themselves undue and unjust benefits and advantages at the expense of the taxpayers' pocketbooks." Aronovitz concluded, "It is beyond my understanding why intelligent people continue to perPASSOVER GREETINGS A. S. BECK SHOE CORP. 2 East Flagler Street BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BURROW'S MULTI PRINT 3458 Main Highway PHONE 4-3622 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Jewish* Friends and Customers BARLOW'S GROCERY 3428 W. Flagler Street PHONE 4-0105 FAMOUS throughout South Florida For Skilled Workmanship! TAMIAMI MOTOR REPAIRING CO Joe Mero. President 1277 S. W. 8th Street PASSOVER GREETINGS Universal Carloading & Distributing Co. Incorporated OVERLAND PACKAGE FREIGHT SERVICE, Inc. 1785 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-6505 MIAMI. FLORIDA It is a Pleasure to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends Through tha Holy Days of Passover GEORGE B. HAEGER BISCAYNE TROPICAL GARDENS 523 N. E. 107th Street Phone 7-4088 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MAISON ALEXANDER "SLIP COVERS" Phone 4-3900 2606 S. W. 8th Street Miami. Florida G H E KT'NGS CARTER ROCK & SAND CORP. FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND JOE J. BROWN, Manager Fastest Service of Anyone 4201 N. W. 27th Avenue Plant Phone 7-7480 PASSOVER GREETINGS MOTOR CREDIT CORP. Loans Financing Discounts Cars %  Boats House Tiailers PHONE 2-7632 333 N. E. 13th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA • GEORGE LANCRAN. Manager We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends During the Holy Days of Passover :::::: ROYAL PALM HOTEL N. H. HANDKOFF Managing Director 1545 Collins Avenue PHONE 50311 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS CORAL GABLES BODY SHOP FRANK N. BRIDGES. Manager 135 Madeira Ave. Phone 4-4966 Sincere Passover Greetings VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE 1138 N. E SECOND AVE. PHONE 3-3800 IT IT WITH PLEASURE WE EXTEND HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS TINGLE PAINT CO. 49 S W. 1st St Ph. 2-D012 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SWEET DREAM MATTRESS CO. 1235-37 North Miami Avenue PHONE 2-6939 Sincere Passover Greetings CAL'S TEXACO SERVICE Complete Automotive b Battery Service Mechanic on Duty 16 Hours Daily L. B. Robinson. Mgr. 501 N. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9131 mit this un-Democratic condition to continue without making any attempt to correct it. It can easily be accomplished if every citizen would register, make reasonable inquiry about the candidates seeking office, and vote for those whom they believe would make good, honest and efficient public servants." Registration books have been closed at the local precincts and returned to the city clerk"s office on the third floor of the courthouse for final registration from April 10 to 19. inclusive, with the office remaining open at night to accommodate those who find it inconvenient to take time off from work. TO OUR FRIENDS— A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ATLAS MACHINE & WELDING CO. 316 S. W. N. River Drive PHONE 2-8328 PASSOVER GREETINGS SCHNEIDER'S TACKLE & BAIT SHOP Schneider & Schreiber, Props. 517 West AvePh. 5-192S PASSOVER GREETINGS .... Bonded Collection Agency, Incorporated 1163 N. W. 3rd Art. PHONE 3-2813 HAPPY PASSOVER DAN. I. ABBOTT Electric RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL MARINE, STORES Wiring — Repairs Alterations of All Kinds 186 N E. 20th STREET PHONE 3-6294 ENN ESS Garment Co. Extends the Hand of Good Fellowship to Their Many Friends and Customers Through the Holy Days of Passover NAT KLEIN, Mgr. 44 N F 1st Avenue Phone 3-1257 PASSOVER GREETINGS THE WILLIAM J. BURNS INTERNATIONAL DETECTIVE AGENCY Inc. TELEPHONE 2-6774 W. S. GORDON. Mgr 1542-3 duPar.t Side;. 169 East FlaHcr St. PASSOVER GREETINGS I. M. BLOW TITLE CO. Suite 300 Seybold Bldg. PHONE 2-6182 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS T J.UBY CHEVROLET CO. "Ycur Friendly Dealer" WEST FLAGLER AT 11th AVE. PHONE 2-1711 • OPEN 24 HOURS "WE NEVER CLOSE" TO BETTER SERVE YOU i, J I 'i r



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FRIDAY, APRIL II, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 M. E. 19th r*t Office Phon 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 0999 Indian Creek Drive—-126 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 00 LaGorce Drive Ph. 61738 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HilleL Passover Festival Services iover Eve Vesper Services Friday evening, April 11th. ;it ti o/clock. Congregational 5ed< r Friday evening. April 11th at 6:30 o'clock. First Day Passover Service. Saturday morning. April 12th at 11 o'clock. Sermon: "This Year Slaves—Next Year Free Men." by A Happy Passover to My Many Jewish Friends ADRIAN McCUNE Real Estate Appraiser and Consultant Seci'ity Bldg. Phone 3-7794 A HAPPY PASSOVER MILLER • MUNDY. Inc. AUTO RENTALS 1030 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-1013 MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Sincere Passover Greetings frORl BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 62040 + *ist-fhsl'mnri PAGE TWENTY-THREE Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Concluding Day of Passover, service Thursday evening. April 17th at 8:15 o'clock. Sermon. "Remember This Day." by Rabbi Zwitman. Passover Memorial Service. Friday morning, April 18th at 11 o'clock. The Yiskor service will be held on this concluding day of the Festival. Jewish Hour The Jewish Hour, under the auspices of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will be conducted on Sunday, April 13th at 5:30 p. m. over WIOD by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Their subject will be "Passover and Easter." Congregational Seder In our congregation, the Festival will be appropriately celebrated at the Congregational Seder, to be held under Sisterhood sponsorship, on the first night of Passover, and at the services which are listed on the front page of this Bulletin. Members of the Congregation are especially urged to be present at th. i ning and morning services, and to bring their children with them. Religious School Seder The annual celebration of the Passover Festival in the Religious School will take plaCi Sunday morning, April 13th. tt 10 o'clock. The seder will be held in Kaplan Hall where the children will be seated at the tables and served Passover delicacies, under the auspices of the Religious School board, with Mrs. Morris Plant as chairman. Rabbi Zwitman will conduct the seder with the participation of children of the Religious School. P. are cordially invited to attend. Notes Floral offerings for the pulpit for Passover and Sabbath services may be arranged for by calling the chairman. Mrs Gordon Davis, phone 2-4451. Yahrzeit Light for home use on Memorial occasions, is obtainable from the chairman. Mrs Adolph Wertheimer, 2-3068. Inscriptions on "The Tree of Life." may be arranged for by calling the chairman. Mrs Henry A. Kauffmann. 2-2097. In Memoriam "May the Father of peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the foling will be hallowed: Recently departed: Harris Ruskin. father of Dan B. Ruskin. Yahrzeits: Morris L. Steiner. husband of Mrs. Blanche G. Steiner: Rose Hodes. mother of Stanley Hodes; Adolph Arky. JEWISH LEADERS BACK ARQNQVITZ Stanley C Meyers, lawyer and welfare worker, urging support for Abe Aronovitz, candidate for city commission in Miami, declared. "Aronovitz is undoubtedly fully qualified for that office and I am confident that he will make a very valuable public servant. We need more men like him if we want good administration of city government" Harry Simonoff, lawyer and prominent Jewish leader in Miami and Miami Beach, has actThe word seder literally means "order of service.' SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER GUARANTY UNDERWRITERS. INC. PHONE 3-7708 SHORELAND ARCADE ively been supporting Abe Aronovitz for election to the city commission. He said. "Aronovitz is an experii need public servant who has been identified in public life for the past fifteen years. His record is excellent and he stands high in the esteem of not only his friends but also his political opponents. He should get the support of every intelligent voter. Sincere Passover Greetings LOUIS BANDEL Ingraham Bldg. PASSOVER GREETINGS HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West FLAGLER STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS La Gorce Golf Course 5685 Alton Road Phone 6-1361 Passover Greetings to Our Jewish Friends! MILLER SMITH POULTRY CO. 102 N. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-7457 PASSOVER GREETINGS EXCELLENT FOOD — MODERATE PRICES HOLLEMAN'S The Food The Service The Price Incomparable BREAKFAST • LUNCHEON • DINNER 14th Street at Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends During the Holy Days of Passover GUARANTY TITLE & ABSTRACT CORP. O. M. BAYAN. President 50 West Flagler Street PASSOVER GREETINGS CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. OF FLORIDA "FOR YOUR MIXED DRINKS" JUS N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-2679 PASSOVER GREETINGS Machine Made Bottles Out of Florida Sand "Made in Jacksonville" FLORIDA GLASS MFG. CO. MACHINE MADE BOTTLES Sales Representative. Herbert Oatz 167 N. E. 29th St. Ph. 3-6965 MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE THE KNAUS SHOP Fine Furniture and Cabinets 18th Century Reproductions a Specialty Designing. Refinishing. Repairing W. J. KNAUS 7488 N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-9582 Res. Phone 7.3935 PASSOVER GREETINGS H. Kahne. formerly with de Pinna PHONE 5.1023 LENOX TAILORS Ladies' and Men's Suits and Sportswear MADE TO MEASURE 1626 Lenox Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Passover Greetings LUDWIG BROS., INC. General Contractors MIAMI BEACH Greetings for a HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI WRECKING CO. 132 N. W. 20th Street PHONE 3-6971 PASSOVER GREETINGS To My Jewish Patrons and Friends CLYDE R. MARKELY PIANOS 2916 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-5951 Sincere Passover Greetings MIAMI LOCK & KEY SERVICE 133 S. W. '.2th Ave. Ph. 26318 TEL.: 34022 32551 3-2*55 MIAMI X-RAY <£ CLINICAL LABORATORY 722 du Pont Building L'lyan S. Silverman. Miami. Fla. YEAR ROUND SERVICE "YEAR ROUND MIAMI" MIAMI MEAT & SAUSAGE CO. 2170 N. W. Hth Ave. Ph. 2-0161 MIAMI. FLORIDA CHRIS and ED Restaurants Hotel Barbecue Service PASSOVER GREETINGS Philco Victor Records R. C. A. St romberg. Carlson Miami Beach Radio Co. 1219 Lincoln Road i.lust W.-st nf Alum Road) PHONE 5-4443 PASSOVER GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. BROWN Seybold Building HOWARD JOHNSON'S Ace &ieam tfAcrfLfieA and YteMauAcud 1100 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI 1631 W. Flagler St. Fifth Street and Alton Road. Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS P. M. LEVI PLUMBING 2141 S. W. Third Street PHONE 2-1517 PASSOVER GREETINGS GEO. LaVIGNE ELECTRIC CO. 176 N. 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PASSOVER EDITION & Jewish Flariidliai ui COMBINING 7/7/7 tf> jGWSStl VWitty VOLUME 14—No. 15 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS KRESS QUITS New York (WNS)—The American Jewish Congress announced this week that it had withdrawn its delegation from the General Jewish Council at a meeting of !he Council held Sunday at the Hotel Astor. The action followed presentalion of a memorandum setting [<>rth the history of the General Jewish Council in the three years New York. April I. 1141 Jewish Floridian. Miami. Florida. The General Jewish Council it continuing, notwithstanding the withdrawal of the delegation representing the American Jewish Congreas at the Council's meeting on April I. in New York City, it was announced here by the American Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Labor Committee. Declaring that the Council is not only continuing but in tends to enlarge its scop*, the threo organisations who continue their membership in the General Jewish Council voiced their regret at the action of the American Jewish Congress and expressed their hope that the American Jewish Congress would soon return to the General Jewish Council. (Signed) The American Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith Jewish Labor Committee. Since it was formed by the Confress, the American Jewish Committee. B'nai B'rith and the Jewish Labor Committee. The memorandum charged the Council with "consistent failure to make any progress to achieve the pur(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) assnwrGmlitim 510,000 JEWS IN WARSAW GHETTO ABE SEGREGATED Mew York (WNS)—There are 510.000 Jews crowded into the Warsaw ghetto, completely cut •If from the rest of the city, according to Demaree Bess, whose article on Nazi-occupied Poland appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. Bess reported that the plans 'or creating a ghetto in the former Polish capital were conceived by Keichsamtsleiter Schoon, who told the reporter that Polish Jews Wt re typhus carriers and extremely dangerous to public health. The job of moving 113.000 Poles out of the Jewish section and 138,00 Jews into it from other parts of the city took six weeks, the Nazi leader told Bess. Curfew for Jews is nine •clock, two heur earlier than Pole*. HUH i COL GOTTLIEB BRINGS MESSAGE TO U. S. JEWS Washington (W N S) — Colonel Gottlieb, member of the staff of Gen. Wladislaw Sikorski, Premier of the Polish government-in-exile, who arrived here to confer with President Roosevelt, will bring a special message to American Jews from Dr. Ignacy Schvvartzbard, sole Jewish member of the Polish National Council, it was reported here. Informed quarters said that Col. Gottlieb would urge American Jews to demand that Gen. Sikorski make a definite statement regarding the Polish refugee governments policy towards Jews Jewish leaden in London and here have been disturbed by the statements made recently by right-wing members of the Polish National Council to the effect that there will be no room for Jews in post-war Poland. Dr Schwartzbard has instructed Col. Gottlieb, it was said, to inform American Jews of the necessity to obtain a pledge couched in clear and unequivocal language, from Gen. Sikorski, guaranteeing Jews equal right! and protection from anU-SemitRABBI BECKER TO IN PUERTO RICO New York (WNS)—To conduct the first Passover Seder services for enlisted men of the army ever held in Puerto Rico. Rabbi Levy Becker, of New Haven, sailed for San Juan aboard the S. S. Coamo under the auspices • if the National Jewish Welfare Board. Rabbi Becker traveled 1400 miles to hold the special services because there is no Jewish army chaplain in Puerto Rico, and the rapid enlargement of the military forces under the defense program has put more than 16,000 soldiers on the island, a large number of them Jews. Arrangements for Rabbi Becker's trip were made through Charles M. Gans, chairman of the Puerto Rico committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board, which is the official agency for work with the Jewish personel of the army mnder the Wax Departmeat LONDON DAILY ASKS PAPER INVESTIGATION London (WNS)—A thorough government investigation of the anti-Semitic weekly, "..'stem Polak< :• -." published in '.-. {land by Polish refugee j • was demanded here by the London Daily Herald, which condemned the Polish paper's anti-Jewish policies and agitation. The Daily Herald declared that the policies of "Jestem Polakem" wensimilar to the anti-Jewish policies of newspapers published in Germany and Nazi-occupied countries and urged that government investigators make a study of the weekly's source of income Citing the grave paper shortage which has hampered English newspapers, the Daily Herald demanded that the paper supply of the anti-Semitic Polish weekly be immediately cut off on the ground that the paper could be put to better use by British publishers. Expressing himself as tired of receiving vague assurances from the Polish refugee government. Prof. Brodetsky demanded that the exiled government make clear that it had broken with the anti-Jewish policies of the 1938 and 101* Polish governments. TAKE LARGE FROM RESIDENTS Athens (WNS)—Spurred by the return to Sofia from Germany of terrorist leader Jan Mikhaloff. Bulgarian Nazis have organized gangs which roam the country. terrorizing and extorting huge sums of money from the panicstricken Jewish population, it was reported here. Mikhaloff. who returned to Bulgaria when Nazi troops formally occupied the country, immediately organized a gang known as the "Black Corps." with members throughout the country The Bulgarian government knows of the existence of the "Black Corps," most violent of the Nazi groups, but is poweress to act because of the fact that Nazi Germany is openly supporting Mikhaloff. Members of the terrorist band invade Jew ish homes and shops and take with them whatever strikes their fancy. One report stated that the "Black Corps" kidnapped sei erai wealthy Bulgarian Jews and extorted huge ransoms from their families. The Jews appealed ti> the police but were unable to obtain protection. Meanwhile, the Bulgarian government, completely under the Nazi's domination, have announced that a delegation will be sent to Hungary to study the anti-Jewish laws in that country with the purpose of introducing similar anti-Jewish legislation in Bulgaria. WILL NOT RECEIVE RAID DAMAGE PAY Lisbon (WNS)—German Jews will not receive compensation for damage to their homes and property during air raids, according to the Nazi labor publication. "Reichsarbeitsblatt," a copy of which has just been received here. The Nazi labor organ reported also that Jewish workers must not be paid for time spent in air-raid shelters during air raids. The paper explained that "Jewish influence" had been removed completely from German industry and labor, but that a number of Jewish workers were needed as a result of the demands of the Nazi war machine. The Nazi publication discussed the question of forcing all German workers into cosnpnlaesry laker '.V



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FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941 vJewist Meridian PAGE NINE MODERN EXODUS TO PALESTINE By DR. STEPHEN S. WISE .tn nn inspiring analogy drawn be''" In. inrient and modern exoduj J wa StaStlnSr Pr. Stephen 8. wise. 'hairman of the AdmMntWtly. Com. SffiETSl the United I'alestlne A,.,^ sees Paanover this year an a i.;; i„,i of the liberation of the Jew* S intestine from oppression.—The Kdltor.) Somewhere in the Mediterranean old, dilapidated freighters loaded with homeless Jews are making their way to Palestine. These wanderers are enacting the modern counterpart of the exodus of the Jews from ancient Egypt. To the hundreds of men, women and children herded together like cattle in the holds of refugee ships, the celebration of Passover is not a relic of the remote past. It represents, in fact, PASSOVER GREETINGS "We Cover Florida Like the Sunihine" H. B. SCHULTE CO. INCORPORATED Executive Officee Ingraham Bldg, Miami PHONE 22636 a sorrowful chronicle of their own suffering and flight from bondage under a modern Pharaoh. In their agony and hunger, as they huddle together in the dark comers of the unseaworthy vessel, the final words of the i Passover service ring their ears. j Louder and louder, clearer and | clearer, until all consciousness of other things vanishes. Above everything rises the prayer, "Next Year in Jerusalem!" Weeks and months have passed. The ship has constantly zigzagged off its course to avoid enemy craft or British patrols. These refugees do not have certificates. They must be landed in secrecy or else be apprehended and placed in internment camps. But for them "Next Year in Jerusalem" has become "Next Week in Jerusalem" and the last ordeal of misery does not break their spirit. For the Jews in Palestine and for the hundreds of thousands in the dark ghettos of Nazi-controlled Europe who yearn to find their way to Palestine, Passover takes on a new and cogent meaning far more profound and soul-stirring than the original exodus from Egypt. In fact, to them the existence of modern Palestine with its capacity to absorb increasingly large numbers of refugees is comparable to the miracle of the crossing of the Red Sea. Passover in Palestine is a process of relieving not merely the history of the Jews as a people, but their personal histories as slaves under the German Pharaoh and as free men redeemed through the rebuilding of the Jewish National Home. There can be no greater testimony to the paramount importance of Palestine than the fact that even in this year of devastating war Jews are continuing to reach the shores of the Promised Land. Although the war has blocked normal shipping lanes in the Mediterranean, the overJapan and sailed from there through the Pacific, through the Indian Ocean to Iran, Iraq and to Palestine. More than 30,000 Jews have reached Palestine through these channels since the outbreak of the war. In some instances refugees have reached Palestine in small vessels which were able to follow a course close to the Eastern Mediterranan shore to avoid enemy ships. During the past eight years nearly 300.000 Jews have entered Palestine with the help of the United Palestine Appeal. This is a remarkable achievement, for it represents a greater influx than to all the other countries in the world combined. It is remarkable also because at a time when Jewish pioneers and idealists were concerned with building the structure of the Jewish homeland. Palestine was called upon to fulfill the role of the foremost haven for refugees. During the distress call of Jews fleeing from Nazi oppression. It met the test of the gravest emergency in Jewish life. It opened wide its doors to the harassed and the hounded. Above all it gave them not merely refuge and sanctuary but a permanent home and a new life. The Arab disorders came in 1936 and brought new hardships and critical economic problems for the Yishuv. In fact, the fundamental cause of these outbreaks was the firm insistence of the Jews in Palestine that Jewish immigrants must continue without hindrance. And so, in the midst of severe attack, the Jews of Palestine defended themselves heroically and at the same time courageously carried on their colonization and upbuilding acCONTINUEO ON PAGE 16 whelming pressure of men and past eight years the Jewish cornwomen struggling desperately to munity in Palestine was faced Seaion'i Greetings to Our Jewish Friendt and Patrona 3012 Coral Way PHONE 4-6401 CRYNE EXTERMINATING SERVIC escape the Nazi ring of steel and barbarism has shaped new roads to freedom. The exodus from Hitler-dominated Europe to Palestine is proceeding through three major routes. The Jews who are situated in Western Europe sail from Lisbon on vessels which round the Cape of Good Hope and reach Palestine through the Indian Ocean. Jewish refugees in Rumania and Bulgaria and other Central and Eastern European countries travel to Istanbul where they take the overland route through Turkey and Palestine. Others have started out from Wilno, crossed Soviet Russia into INC. with the dual task of carrying on the normal program for the reconstruction of the Jewish National Home and at the same time providing for the absorption of tens of thousands of homeless Jews annually. It answered the TAN N EFTS "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS STORES: 1263 W. FLAGLER STREET 1753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE 1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friendi and Patront SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 *knisl fkridliar, PAGE ELEVEN A PASSOVER RENDEZVOUS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 Betty's face beamed—Vernon's voice boomed. The master did not „niit a detail—Kiddush—washing the hands—taking tfte Parsley— getting aside the Afikoman, and the four questions. The youngest guest of honor was a child who had just arrived from England. There was a tear on every guest's cheek as the lad with the pleasant English accent asked his host —"Why is this night distinguished from all other nights?" Only for a second did Vernon think he was in the presence of a Rhadamanthine court, but the lad's reedy voice which sounded like on oboe solo, quickly brought him to his senses. With emphasis on bonhomie Vernon managed to answer: "Slaves were we unto Pharoh When it came to the part of -To My Miny FrlendtBEST WISHE8 FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER D. A. STEPHENS STEPHENS RESTAURANT Ph. 27742 38 W. Flglr St. the ceremony when the ten plagues were mentioned—everyone spilled some of the Palestinian wine into a special saucer—as together they recited—Dam—Zefardeah—Blood—As they reached the word 'Dayenu,' Betty taught them to sing 'Da-da-ye-nu' and they didn't want to stop. Again they washed their hands. Vernon recited: "Blessed art thou, O Eternal, Our God; King of the Universe, who hath sanctified us with thy commandments, and commanded us concerning the washing of hands." They joined in the ceremony of Breaking the Bread, eating the bitter herbs, eating the matzoth and bitter herbs—then came the meal. Everyone was too excited to offer any comment. Everybody ate matzoth with no intention of stopping—but poor Vernon—he talked—to himself. Grace was chanted after the Sincere Pattover Greeting* W. A. GLASS Ingraham Bldg. Miami, Fla. IT IS OUR PLEASURE To Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers Throughout the HOLY DAYS OF PASSOVER Minna £ee 9mfioAUu, 9nc. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach EXTENDING THE HAND OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP to our many Jewish friends and customers during the Holy Days of Passover LEO'S SERVICE STATION 1789 N. W. 17th Street Phone 2-8883 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS SCHQELL METAL CRAFT WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS FIRE SCREENS AND GRILLES 7100 N. W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 7-3452 GACOJUA Miami feuritA QtnueteAy, Anaciatwn AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ Chairman ol Burial Committee, lor the Serricee of the Cherra Kadtoha and All Other Jewish Ritee. All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrangements Courteously Furnished Without Charge. TELEPHONE 4-4240 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. PETERSON. District Manager FORMS FOR BVKRT BUSINESS 'V ASE PRODUCTION ILU.HA.Si.N71 RKCB1VINU — WTOCKKKBPINU KSuMTDW HttLUMQ CREDITS SHIPPING INVOICING *^'"^*'* COMPARB OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE EL OSTAINASLB IVBRVWHSRS IN L ?"' A KOSHER ZION SAUSACI C O .flODUCTS rwMnlaMesi GOT* *W BMa Bsj NIss s •>MUa4. Crt Sil • •7th anal NMSMI Aee. •Maes* meal was concluded. Betty asked one of the maids to extinguish all the lights. Only the candle lights flickered. Open the door Bridget Let us rise, friends—let Elijah enter The company was about to be seated when suddenly before them moved a figure—face covered by an oriental muffler. "Who is it?" Vernon ventured to ask. "Do you have room for an invited guest?" the old man questioned. "Come r'ght in—stranger." "I'm not a stranger—I'm your guest of honor." As the hirsute visitor walked towards the table, his mantle dropped from his shoulders. He was the cynosure of all eyes. "Do not be afraid—go right ahead with your Seder. I happened to be passing by. Many people were paging me. Your voices seemed the loudest and the warmest so I couldn't resist coming at once. I know you are all disappointed because I look so young. I hope I'm not in the wrong house. You did call me— Elijah—didn't you?" "Of course we did," Vernon managed to utter. "Then I am staying for the evening. I do want to hear you sing, "Chad Gad Yah." Imagine how Vernon's clients felt. They had never realized that their lawyer was a thaumaturge. Imagine—Elijah—the great prophet— the harbinger of gladsome tidings—right next to them. How magnificent their friend was. Now they all sensed why their considerate councellor and host never tasted the matzoth—or kneidloch. He was too occupied calling upon Elijah. The mystified guests watched every move Elijah made, but Elijah paid no attention to the oglers. On Passover he is too busy to be flattered by attention. Betty was afraid to signal Vernon. Perhaps this was only a stunt entirely supervised by her ingenious husband. But no—she had only to look at his blanched face to think otherwise. He was just too scared for words. His nerves were frayed as he kept stretching his scraggy neck to watch Elijah's movements. At first, he suspected it might be metaphantasmia, but his Protean imagination was paralyzed by fear which was growing on him every split second. Elijah had a marvelous time. He commented favorably on every dish. The pandemonium which reigned" before his entrance abdicated with his completely cordial, natural manner. "Listen to me folks, please! Again I tell you, I heard you call me. I liked the way you people sang in harmony so I decided to make this my first call. Believe me now, please!'' The guests couldn't understand why Vernon didn't converse in Hebrew with the renowned EliSlneere Passover Greetinga W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO. Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-4647 PASSOVER GREETINGS JACQUES BEAUTY SALON of New York, Inc. 677 Washington Avenue Phones: 6-6866—6-9280 Not Connected with Any Other Salon on the Beach jah of history and legend. Let the truth be told for the third time. Vernon couldn't read Hebrew—let alone talk it. Vernon was about to inform his clients about his dilemma when suddenly the lights went out. "Somebody blew a fuse." Betty shrieked. "Vernon ask Montpel ier to fix it at once." In the dark Elijah took over completely. He realized that a more mysterious atmosphere would be necessary to convince his startled host and guests. Pay attention to me—all of you. I am Elijah of yesterday— I'm Elijah of tomorrow. I tarry here because this year my schedule isn't so crowded. Many of my former hosts are now silent ghosts in steppes, valleys, ghettos —cemeteries and concentration CONTINUED ON PAGE 14 Sincere Passover Greetings GREEN TREE HOTEL 110 N E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9110 RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles at clothing, furniture, etc. that are not being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained by them. if You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mra. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2 1864 end they will be called for TO OUR MANY PATRONS A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ALLAPATTAH SERVICE STATION H. O. SHEKELS. Prop. Ph. 2-9512 1958 N. W. 17th Ave. • Sincere Paiso*er Greetings John C. Gaffney. Inc. 1776 Purdy A*>. Ph. 5-3775 SINCERE PASSOVER WISHES To AH Our Friends and Acquaintances E. F. 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PAGE TWELVE *Jeist fkrtf&r FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 194! FOOTNOTES TO HISTORY PONOTW in Iolktora and Legend By RABBI MORDECAI L BRILL • the west spoke Greek %  Paw .. • % %  %  I 1 vttj :. ? :....: '" Palest %  .• for seven :.r>: and last • i omph U resi %  • .... 1 as a h daj festi al with t • %  ys as fu lays ..:.---' Wh< remple stood ii -.. : % %  was eonskh Baton M make .. pi \g> there to offeJ a$ % % % % %  %  %  THE DECK BAR ^'NOBE^dHOTEl —r r-.. S*'E£" w v e£C~ ."....ras at led as iurinj [1 has 1 the citj %  %  % %  .. %  it tc the vis '• %  ~^ Custi m presci %  %  %  I ....... skins ials 1 %  • ..-.-.. %  S3 B G Ecrpt and Rome The; 1 • %  from v.. cs spoke vanoui • %  nost of 1 = s.>0 E? o'SEE" \iS B, W. THACKER *.-.-; vi.' -ft -: -.rt-:- = f-:f.t;j rmt IllklMil PHONE :-:iis 123 N. E. nw Street p A • • 0 %  E a 36th STREET HOTEL = *SS~. E= i£E* Mi SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INS. CO. ^.-••.i B. c -c T S COOK %  _.. ..... \ times when c. cessary to it soi syw i • stop eal I the peopl %  as 1 :• thc loaves ol iitsidecol As two loaves I still %  % %  •• stop] • n • %  H r. this sysi as no! : thei -. %  I Two re set t | n top : th< M : I long the pi • ten. 1 tching of one was ating ( '." %  e of 1 sign 1 stan un %  .%  g :':..Jews and Port Passover was ner Not a 1 ': %  ish rale ndar %  1 not k ten thi %  fell Thus thej ( bst rv %  ":' Kippui 1 the tent] ih fall : I .' • thi full March %  % %  len spies of the :-;_..-.:..discovered thes< KTvances, the Marranos advanced the dates of the festivals, observing Yom Kippur on the eleventh day following the new moon of September and Pesach on the sixday after the appearance New Moon of March." [ n M Itl there were Marrawho after slaughtering the Paschal lamb would smear the blood of the sheep on their doorthereby carrying out the old biblical commandment. Marranos today in igal who still cany out the • • of Passover in the liar to their ancestors of tl five centuries. I-.-, modern day Palestine there time, the remI of a Jev. %  known as S tritans. They speak Arabic and live in a special quarter In Nablus. Arab village. They have a synagogue and a High --.. who is their teacher and leader They have always denied the sanctity of Jerusalem and consider Shechem (the present city of Nablus) the holy city At one time they built a Temple on .top of Mount Gorizib. their holy .-:•.;. It was later destroyed. stom of offering up the Paschal lamb on Mount Gorizim is still observed there. The entire community (consisting today of 200 souls) spends the entire week of the festival on the slope of the hill on whose top their temple once stood. 'The Jews of Morocco dramatize part of the Passover story After reciting the Seder service every male in the house slings a rod and a pack over his shoulder Rushing out of the house they run up and down the street shouting, "In this manner our forefathers went out of Egypt, their kneaiing-troughs bound up in their clothes upon their shoulders." It is also a custom among Moroccan Jews to carry away with them from the Seder table a piece of the afikomen, the matzoth saved for the end of the meal. They carry it as a safeguard on ocean voyages and throw it into the waters in time of storm. CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 PASSOVER GREETINGS Kodaks Developing Film* and Printing Tropical Camera Stores. Inc. 123 2nd St.. N. E.. Miami. Florida PHONE 2-1773 Largeat Complete Photographic House in Southern Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS CHRISTOPHER MOTORS PLYMOUTH— D E SOTO 15 Years Continued Growth—Your Protactioa 1S00 N. E 2nd Artaut Phone 34*41 HOUU PASSOVER GREETINGS RI VERMONT PARK HOSPITAL AND SANITARIUM. 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r FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 1941 +J*l%Hk>rkmr>*J PAGE SEVEN HIGHLIGHT REVIEW By GADABOUT BROADWAY Lillian Hellman resumed her place as Broadway's Number 1 female playwright with the Herman Shumlin presentation of her -Watch on the Rhine." the night of April 2nd. The play—with an anti-Nazi theme, not only received %  4-star reception, but has a S3U000 advance sale. Incidentally. La Hellman's ex. Arthur Kobe just brought out his latest book, 'Bella," a full text of the experiences of the Bronx queen w ] reached fame through the Kober series in the New Yorker r~ PASSOVER GREETINGS STEWART PAGE CORPORATION 43" S W 16th SI. Ph. 4.7912 Magazine "The Corn is Green," another Shumlin success, was just sold to Warner Bros, for $135,000. Thclma Schnee, the most popularized ingenue of the show, is one of the backers of "Native Son," along with Lionel Stander and others. Incidentally, although "Native Son" remains more effective as a novel than as a theatre-piece, the play is highlighted by a number of outstanding characterizations, most notable of which are the performances turned in by Canada Lee in the lead role of Bigger Thomas, and Ray Collins in the part of the Jewish lawyer, Mr. Max, plus a sensational staging job accorded it by Orson Welles We are eagerly watching the heneymoon trip of Ernest Hemingway and his bride, PASSOVER GREETINGS from STEVEN'S MARKET 2IC' N. W. 62nd St. — Ph. 7-3085 PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Patron* McAllister Florists %  'Say It With Flowers, But Say It With Ours" 629 S. W. 1st Street Phone 2-3773 Passover Greetings LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING LERETTE'S TRANSFER Moving Packing %  Crating Rapid, Dependable Service PHONE 2-7445 3325 N. W. 5th Avenue Sincere Passover Greetings WILEY'S DRY CLEANERS 13 S E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2 3746 Sincere Passover Greetings I. E. KELLY Biscayne Blda. Miami, Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS NU-ENAMEL Miami Co. 33 N. W. 1st Street PHONE 2.7772 Martha Gellhorn to the Far East Both have sold their literary output exclusively—he to PM—she to Colliers. Who gets news beat they may jointly stumble upon? Some people get to Broadway the hard way. The star of "Meet the People," the successful revue of West Coast youngsters, is Angus Hopkins from Tudor City in New York who went West to get to Broadway through the back door. POSTCRIPT Friends of Duncan Aikman, who exposed Miami anti-Semitism in PM and was venerated as an outstanding liberal and apostle of racial tolerance were so shocked at his outburst the other week against a certain people that they haven't recovered yet. His Jewish friends are particularly distressed and naven't been able to explain it. SMALL TALK "This is England," the Columbia Pictures short subject brought over by Harry Hopkins has been nationally released. Net proceeds will go to the "Spitfire Fund" of the British Royal Air Force In case you are laboring under the illusion that the British are letting the German bombs deprive them of their pleasure, take heed of the United Artists report just released that business in Britain since the first of the year has established new records in the company's history. To meet the tremendous public demand for "The Dictator," theatres have been granted special permission to open earlier than usual "The International Forum" — the Round Table, the screen premiered before the public at the Globe Theatre in New York on April 5th. brought forth Dorothy Thompson, Wythe Williams, William L. Shirer and Linton Wells in an uncensorcd discussion on current world events Columbia Broadcasting System will present a half-hour program dedicated to the 3.151st annual observance of Passover, in cooperation with the Jewish Theological Seminary on Thursday, April 10, at 11 p. m Second Avenue, the Broadway of the Yiddish Theatre was again bowled over by a famous visitor from Hollywood, this time Charlie Chaplin, who tried to sneak up to the second balcony of the Irving Place Theatre but was caught and had to sign a testimonial for the management saying he had actually attended a performance Mrs. Ania Jabotinsky, widow of Vladimir, new Zionist leader, lecturer and author, has arrived here from London. STORY OF THE WEEK Our favorite story of the week is the one about the disliked refugee who is addicted to lots of money and fortune tellers. One day he returned to his office from a visit to the clairvoyant in great glee — the fortune teller had said that an enemy of his would soon die. For many weeks a pall hung over his employees, apparently equally superstitious Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers ROYAL AUTO PARTS 6160 N. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 7-4722 PASSOVER GREETINGS WM. B. LaBAW ACCOUNTANT Commercial Arcade PASSOVER GREETINGS NASH & LINTHICUM MEATS 867 Biscayne St Ph. 5-7681 PASSOVER GREETINGS SAM RAVITZ 401 Washington Avenue PHONE 5.0201 Best Wishes for A Happy Passover WARD WANTS 2-C-U Vick's Bar and Restaurant 35 N. E. Second Avenue 3'*1 G.-H..Q. 2-9332 We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Many Friends and Customers During the Holy Days of Passover SOUTHERN TILE COMPANY 3010 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-6037 PASSOVER GREETINGS UNITED KOSHER MARKET 222 N. W. 5TH STREET PHONE 3 2270 PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MARKET ALWAYS FRESH FISH PROMPT DELIVERY 232: S. 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PAGI: 1 < >WUTI:I:N +Je*tshfkrkJ**n FRIDAY, APRIL 11,1941 II PASSOVER RENDEZVOUS EL iilMlNMI O IHOM I'AUt II rampa M) I.I-K i* tbring broth < i hood, nev rourafta and un conquerable hope And i bring \ ou Ihu message I'll.voice .-I PI u • %  :> u %  ••iilt beard In Ihe i li eeln • n t loon he .nut Ins chariot* (hall dtaappeai in tin deep lea In Ihu instance lha ghoal .-t Phatxtft extuvguuhed ibe light t .'i one moment h ill be dark In thil nv you will live ihrw % %  %  1* i %  .•!.-. biatoi > and al Inn i" Nv* in JMU rhink id >• \s.>\ i n ..•;.!' s.'.s OUIGLEY'S GARAGE 1)1 i.. i n.'t.t >• %  > I .'<.*> MllUl t.l \. •• PAMOVIR MUTINM G. C. NUTTALL D i :-. I -•' v.. •' ..'• • < "Freedom regained" wa have now and lha traadorn wa loal In Egypt rhink ol tha fate our brethren nii't in Europethink of the Freedom they must win again, l bew Hi.voice >•( Moaea pleading i .-i mj people go "1 hear the everlasting voice ol God replying 'There ahall be light the road ahall be opened—the .-.. pie ahall ;.> %  \i .IN heading toward! Ihu liouae 1 beard the harmony .-: voices aome Jewish aome aome Qreek i knew l had no right i.' (>''i despondent any You t^fi'v^it* saved me—. : > ou i must be going 1 • ave a ork to .'.*" i ah disappeared .is the light; reappeared Wonderful, e. onderful — wo| ha\*e heard Elijah speak." PYom the distance the prophet's vote* grew more powerful Hear mefriends Let me anawet the English refugee, who asked Mi Samuels whj this night w.is different from all other. nights. The night is crowned wth light. The night is new—different Tonight brethren dwelt together in unity. They drowned prejudice in the Red Sea. They made music and were born again. Go forth, ye who have carried on the light in the midst of darkness—and wait for the dawn. Elijah has seen a happy home, Live on—in freedom—in peace! Happy Passover!" -.*••• %  -> •'S>.'\£H •..-. .•.%  ^-.Ji i •• %  ... ••#.- PACKARD CU T H R 1 E L L MOTOR CO. •-> S (H Sl-rl PMONI I '5 s *••*• Pj.* r Anil "$ SANDS HOTEL Da IM Oeeaa it MSt-*t MIAN Ull.'N %  • at B.' S •• -a r>*n civs RING M A H 0 N Y d A R N E R CERTIFIED t DILI C ICCOONTAMT8 BEST WltHM TOW A ., \i>i>\ .t||0\ ER MIAMI REAL ESTATE AGENCY >-.'•!•-' A *.-• %  .-si. I 0M • HILLEL HY-LITES • by STANLEY B. RICHARD %  Mll:.JlWl %  llllull' %  ^'!llnM1^ %  •rlll %  l"l• %  •l %  w'l % %  'l• • On Friday, April 4, the first annual Hillel Southern Youth Conference, sponsored by the B'nai 15'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Florida, convened on the University campus in Gainesville, Florida. The conference was officially opened at 7:30 Friday evening with the welcome address at the University Student Union Building. Rabbi Eichorn, director of Hillel at the University of Florida and at the Florida State College Conducted a short service. Philip Selber, prominent young Jacksonville attorney, was the guest Speaker Claude Murphree, University organist, favored those present with several selections. A reception was held at the Tau Bpsilon Phi fraternity house following the opening meeting. Saturday morning, April 5, at 10, the conference continued with a seminar on marriage and the family, conducted by Dr. .in of the Sociology department of the U ol Florida at 2:30 the conference resumed with .< discussion at the Tau Bpsilon Phi house on problems of Jewish vouth, led by delegates of the 'various colleges and universities represented. A formal dance at the American Legion Hall in Gainesville Saturday evening closed the first annual Hillel Southern Youth Conference. Approximately 250 persons were In attendance. Included in this number were Hillelites from the U. of Florida, Florida State College for Women, the U. of Miami. Rollins College, the U. of Georgia, Georgia Tech., Auburn, U. or South Carolina, U. of North Carolina, U of Alabama, Emory, and the U. of Tampa. Students in charge of the conference were: George Wolly of Orlando, general chairman; Sidney Aronovitz of Key West, chairman of the program and seminar committee; Jack Suberman of Miami, chairman of the reception committee; Aaron WexIer of Miami, chairman of the tickets and finance committee and Ed Goldberg of Miami Beach, chairman of the dance committee. Resolution "This is not just a war, but lha swiftest and most profound revolution mankind has ever seen. We are all in the front line. fj 0 one is safe. Now for the first time, the world's plain people are concerned to see to it that if peace ever comes it should be a true peace among peoples, not only among governments *n& leaders. "So far forty of the university have enlisted in the armed forcea. Many others would like to serve, but unfortunately the process of associating the populace with the war effort is slow in Palestine, All of us, young and old, must do whatever we can to bring a military victory over the German satan. There must not be equivocation about this. No sacrifice is too great. We greet our brothers in the field and bid them be of good courage." — President Judah L. Magnes of Hebrew University. Register and vote in the coming May elections. r^GUST EROS HY? iT ie §JM> MUtf PHONE 2.1672 W ARTH PAINT COMPANY Lowe Brother* Palnta and Varniihea 1911 Ponce C O. WARTH. Manager PHONE 40267 ? % .•: (fcrMtJkaji le CSir Fitodi *aJ Fittvij c-ASSO^ ER GREETINGS DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST C;>ngri?* Building PHONE MM4 PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS WALTER T. SCHUTT PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 606-7-8-9 Ingraham Bldg. 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jTUDAY. APRIL 11. 1141 PAGE TWENTY-ONE :i CONGREGATION BETH DAVID co— r — m tt m ) N. W. TWN Avtnul MA X 1MAPIIIO, "• 4*8 6. W. Utk *>•• Off! H Phom t-147t Jt17 Permanent Calendar Daily Service* 7:30 a. m. Evening Service* 5 :30 p.m. Saturday morninf 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :30 a. m Hebrew School, daily— 3:15-8:13 Sunday School 1 0:00 a.m. jr. Cong. Saturdaya_10:10a.n. LaU Friday Evening Services 8 :15 p. m ver this year falls on the evening Friday, April 11, and re Passover Greetings to My Many Friends & Customers FRED'S GARAGE Frad L. Ellington 3091 Oak Ave. Ph. 4-2487 Coconut Grove terminates on the night of Saturday, April 19. The first two! days are Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13, and the last two are Friday and Saturday. April 18 and 19. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Passover services, and Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the traditional melodies. The first two days of Passover, the Rabbi will speak in Yiddish and English on the Central theme, "Israel's and Humanity's Ultimate Redemption." "Yiscor," or Memorial services will take place Saturday morning, April 19 at 10 a. m. If you desire your beloved ones to be included in the Memorial services, phone the Rabbi, and inscribe their names as a safekeeping for all times. The Junior Congregation will conduct special services during the first two days of Passover, Saturday and Sunday of this week. David Jacobs, Seymour Hinkes, Meyer Greenberg, Harvey Sootin and Herbert Glazeroff will be in charge of these services. Sisterhood Meeting We cannot stress sufficiently the importance of every member Of the Beth David Sisterhood to attend the meeting this Wednesday, April 16 at 2:30 p. m at the Beth David auditorium. Certainly it is the duty of every member to vote at the election of officers for the coming year. Any member who docs not participate in an election is definitely guilty of indifference and disinterestedness. We therefore expect to see everyone present at that occasion. Where our institution is envolved. "especially religious." it is the duty, the command, to exercise her voting power. Remember: we expect to see you this Wednesday afternoon, April 16 at 2:30 o'clock, at the Beth David auditorium. Congregational Meeting Do not forget we shall expect to see all members and their wives at our regular Congregational meeting this Sunday evening. April 13 at 8 p. m. The committee is ready to bring in its report on the revision of our bylaws, and it is most urgent that all Congregational and Sisterhood members attend this meeting. Mrs. Isador Fine, president of the Sisterhood, emphasizes the fact, that it will be to the advantage of every member 'to attend this most important meeting. It is essential that misrepresentation be eliminated from the Jewish life and the support of the Jewish public is absolutely necessary. For nine years I have abstained from giving any supervision for products whatsoever, and I shall appreciate, if it be called to my attention that my name is being used to the contrary. Very truly yours, Rabbi Max Shapiro Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Customer! WILLINGHAM'S SERVICE STATION 1540 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4-9270 Sincere Passover Greeetinga EAST COAST BAR 2830 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-9162 Sincere Good Wishes To Our Friends and Customers For a Happy Passover DIXON COSTUMES 724 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2*333 Passover Greeetings from The Biscayne Laundry 231 llth Street Phone 5-2954 PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC WROUGHT IRON 2201 N. W. 1st Court PHONE 2-0215 ..i ; %  I: 11 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER $ GRUBBS BROS. CONCRETE MASONRY 1014 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 2-5228 • Sincere Passover Greetings Judqe Sol D. Horowitz Associate Municipal Judge An Open Letter I lake this moment to advise the general Jewish public that no individual nor concern has been given the right to use my name in connection with any product "Kosher Li-Pesach," nor has anyone the right to mention any product under the local Rabbinate without specific names endorsing the product. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FLORIDA PACKAGE FREIGHT CO. 21S N. E. 2nd Avenue Phone 3-0046 PASSOVER GREETINGS Benjamin L. Goldstein 344 Ocean Drive Ph. 5-2744 A HAPPY PASSOVER FROM HENRY FLATTERY MASTER PLUMBER 7629 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 7-1866 PASSOVER GREETINGS JOHNSON & AMICON 1027 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 3-2477 PASSOVER GREETINGS FRED N. GRIETIN FIN NOR MACHINE SHOP 21 N. W. 9th St. Ph. 2-7128 %  J •£ %  Sincere Passover Greetings Hardies Iron Works 3112 Mundy St. Ph. 4-2718 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. W. 9th Avenue Miami, Florida PHONE 3-4011 BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS JOHN W. ROLLINS PAYING CONTRACTOR 2S0 N. E. 99th Street Phone 7-1486 Best Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER AMERICAN AWNING & CANVAS CO. 7914 N. W .7th Ave. PHONE 7-2015 Sincere Passover Greetings Dr. Herbert Feinberg Surgeon Chiropedist 311 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Fla By Appointment -Ph. 5-2631 FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS, INC. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup Sincere Passover Greetings AITCHTEE POULTRY CO. 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 3-6028 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD WILL TO ALL TO MY MANY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER S. A. RYAN WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Me*zohs~Wine.--Nuts--Cil


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PAGE EIGHTEEN •Jmlstncrkftor FRIDAY, APRIL 11. i 941 PLAIN TALK MY BROTHER ELIJAH by AL SEGAL One of the people I am parElijah lights his lamp. Y< 5, I ticularly son;.for in 1 rrj stood the • world is Elijah Tl stars in the heavens been pushed around ill thes I could have no doui-: years! The way I s ti si in my father :. Id m< the lamp he carri That's how I know th Some of the rabbis will ask has a "Where do you g I Who He is, ol COUrsi told you Elijah, carri a You're getting him mixed up with Diogenes who was a G whom the bri: ki pi on the table at everybody's Seder At the pr>; the W< never he. having 5 -' chil I of tl sehold a lamp. In what chapter an ; | age is instructed to o| en th :-. nl does i: say that Elijah My father told me and h< :t from his father w I ironhis ancesti :.I... -. mote times that Eli;,. a lamp. One evening whei : to admit him It is a a stat! ly m menl in Mr Si life when he at the head i I thi table and. r. Elijah's cup. greets 1 proohet Th( re is lory thai was very young my :..::%  r %  i %  > certaii ed to a particulary i right star %  % %  and said it was the si came in Th r s long fore i ten .1 custom for burglars to con Ol people to crush :.: %  .-..ran %  S'-cerc PassoveGreetirgs SALADINO FICARELLI GENERAL CONTRACTOR •249 R W gtr St P2 I have never seer E s an invis %  Pai '• I shul rafts fi I : H .:-' H K %  ho is 1 ker or Ml w '. lers nor is thei eyes conl as f a man rs It is S %  : have been s n hurl v• unl f his "• • • ighl t in i %  .-.ar k< %  ^oing. The gl I his brighl ss of is I ;i his [1 star to which my :'..• %  r and which hi eyes of their sons. I ah in Om day ionago n a battlefield in a soldier's cross stood. He • who had come a to find the grave of his • ... ... then that he ..; now I recognize v the way he looki asked him, your Hi n plied Yes, he | ng -nan In'1 understandl .-. Hi :ing far off toward the sky met n to get the I • i.pie made he asked. He for more than a ::, : i and had is < hurch and ing 1 do with polilys had been an Yi '. he '.'. as made to "My son was a His mother ifti i' she hi ard .. Killed. Bui %  verything is for i'. ople must A better world may it of all this. He swept his arms over the battlefield thick with a harvest of many crude crosses. Yes. th> great American president, M Wilson, had said it was P oin K to be a better world. Elijah was kindling his l amp again from the light of the star. I saw hi in again one day about a year after the war when I accompanied an army colonel to th.' third floor of a tenement house in our town to call on a Mr Horwitz. The colonel, in bcC'ontinued on Page 19; It is a pleasure to extend the hand of good fellowship to our many frit nds through the holy days of Passover. ROBERT E. COLLINS ARCHITECT 720 Security B!dg.. Ph. 3-5167 Sincere Passover Greetm %  )•• MORTON Insurance Agency 7937 N E 2nd Ave. Ph. 7.1245 PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI SPRINGS LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING 8" Broadway Ph. S292C MIAMI SPRINGS Sincere Passcver Greet ngs F r om Oade County's Oldest PAINTING CONTRACTOR JAKE NEHAM "6* Washington Ave. Ph. 5-3983 PASSOVER GREETINGS COUSINS Manufacturing Corp. 254 Giralda Ave. Ph. 4-6143 A MAN AND HIS CLOTHES Wherever he goes, and whatever he does, his clothes are virtually a part of his personality — Evidence of his taste, his standing, his success. For Fine Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3812 PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI CONSERVATORY '739 N Bayshce D-ive MIAMI WOMEN'S CLUB PHONE 2-5835 MIAMI Sincere Passover Greetings MALTER'S KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Avenue Ph. 5-55S3 Sincere Passover Greetings MIAMI TRADING & RESTAURANT SUPPLY 1'66 N Miami Avenue Ph. 23982 MVWW m £ m o n i ii:. (4UrH. i o >-4>o i • i MIAMI NEW YORK •2:6 WAS-i NG~CN i\EME A HAPPV PASSOVER M. L. MARCUS CO. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY Prompt Delivery Lowest Prices 41 West Fiagler Street PHONE 2.1661 Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Extends Greetings and Beat Wishes for A Happy Passover Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual t HlHEDTHE t C *,0>NERS |C • "I've just found out that all plants need 11 dirferem eiemen the soil. rowing is from CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL R" %  ; l I Uutfir ABE EISENBERG •i V.goro supplies all ,hese elements ,n Balanced propomons. That's whv ,t g.ves tuch amw.ng re sul s on flowers, lawns, •nrubs. trees, and vegetables. • I like it too. because,,, so clean, odorless, sanitary, and easy to use." "ODUCT Of SWIfl COMPANY Headquarters for VIG0R0 T r Compi.1, />/„„, food and garden supplies HUGHES SEED STORE 116 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-2121 Sincere Passover Greetings from CHARLES FISKE CHARLIE'S NEWS 1434 Wash. Ave. Ph. 5-9317 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS MERCHANTS EGG CO. Stall No. 10 1200 N. W. 22nd St. PHONE 22927 Sincere Passover Greetings MIAMI FURNITURE CO. •WO N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.3195 •'Wishing All Our Patrons a Happy Passover" OCEANIC PHARMACY Incorporated 500 Collins Avenue Ph. 50051 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS Electric Motors Generators Ventilation Machinery Marine Work. Patent Development PENINSULAR ARMATURE WORKS Incorporated ARMATURE WINDING AND MOTOR REPAIRS 1653 North Miami Avenue O A. CLOT E. B. GRUTZBACH Day Phone: 2.0370 Night Phone: 8-2549 We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Friends ana Customers Through the Holy Days of Passover : : ; : MIAMI ARMATURE WORKS ARTHLR A. CLARK. Manager =65 V W. 5th Street Ph. 24749 GREETINGS • OLIN'S U-DRI VE-IT SERVICE 2900 N. E. 2nd Ave.. Miami PHONE 2-2689 'Your Patronage Appreciated" SINCEREST GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ,„M. B. G ARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER '213 Congress Building PHONE 2-4958 G R E E T I N G s GEO. E. BUNNELL CONTRACTORS : N E 20th Terrace 585 X. E. 58th Sir i | Inc. Phone 3-7488 Phone 7-2876 "TfVo1 B J r *"••""• "•*• Beer, on Draught TURF EXCHANGE BAR ^ HELSER C Bl a sCH r ,S MMt THE B "T BEERS IN TOWN 279 EaSt "-' ^reet ,Opp Cor. ElKs Club, Ph^lVS TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS MOST HAPPY PASSOVER KAUTZMANN-VERNET LUMBER CO. F. A. KAUTZMANN 2 il-JS^ Phone 2-8481 100 State Highway phone 4 2523



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PAGE SIX vJmistintrM*** FRIDAY. APRIL ]], 1941 B'nai B'rith ti Not e s By MILTON FRIEDMAN -. And v : %  %  %  ring thesi Bade •• at Beth ] • this 1 '.' • %  ,: ear wa landing RUBY SHELBY'S • r : DF vss'OE I L neolr Boat Pnom • S7M 11 Beacr. Fio-ida JEWSrP'ENr: AMERICAN FUEL OIL CO. C C V C HCU ;:2 N v\ 22nc Averu* iand tl ... ....... • %  %  %  • %  %  : of Jewi • %  re is the surpi %  %  %  %  •• %  assured mat it will be no. 1 • %  progi regai I gal %  Dist. nvention ir v. er •.. • ran tl at they arc r up The sur_ tl in| th< nteresl that Uu • an u fell 1 ii thii tnattei Quito -..-••• aireac; their intent 1 :: accompany theii husbands. Bov or. boy vrhal L timi f N Z i. t £ PAMOVEM oweeTiNG! MIAMI BEACH JITNEY CORP. 4OCEAN DRIVE O-HONE i. Wl PASBOVEM GPEE" NCE .PD6I HENRYL OPPENBORN had Tentatively a pnvi will be :.i oui ill ipo al and w iJ| i, avi Miami aboul M i or 10th and g< 1 bai k I boul Itl %  an 1 ii %  • %  %  '' ;,n jmpri ion al 1 onvi nlioii I do not think that thi 1 %  > will bi any 1 xception to tin ruli Under the leadi 1 hip %  I Kudy A'll. 1 .1 /in lulu 1 hip di 1 1 %  • .. in pn 1 1,1 id. Lodge ha A perfeel i Bro Al( ••• Cohen, win. me to Miami from ... ..... 1, I,, vu ai 1 %  Bi ai Brith circles Bro t week took timi %  iram 1 bu iro be more pi cific, in ro '•'•' mi mbei 1 Ii il and got quite a • • %  ,! r of application! This ; n incentive t" our •• r brothen to get out and help Kudy swell the grand total. Sunday niglit the Miami A 7. A chapter held it.s third anniverbani let Frankly it was one • thi fini I affairs I've had the tti nding. Speei hes wen short and to the point and pint of fun and friem the atmosphere. The Lodge is proud of these boys and wishes them continued success. Bro. Lou Heiman( who could not attend and wired a message) Nathan Ad .rr.an. and your correspondent were on the program but the piece de resistance was the wonderfu] message delivered by Bro. PASSC Et 1EE" Nis Cut fiCMI *---! P BttM P.a-a Shen-maoor Florists Inc. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS BROWN DERBY BARBECUE PHONE 4-9367 3058 CORAL WAV Sincere PassoveG-eeiing Dr. Michael Gershon A N1 %  Dr. Walter Dwiaht Reynolds stuftc 202-2CJ Lincoln. D~txt: BiOB M.arr. Beach. Fi 0 -ida 235* & v tf h: •. M i A •/ FL.O* : Sincere PASSOVER GREETINGS Borqeson Body Works 2143 N. W. 1st Art.. Ph. 2-0210 S. ASHER DlSt-lDUtOOf ANGELICA UNIFORMS 23' N E lsi St Pn 3 165* v\ lint! Al —if F "ienOi >lPCv PA&SOVEP GREETINGS CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant P!0 Biscayne Building MIAMI FLORIDA T| OJ' Many Fnenfli and Cut'. tomen We With to Extend the j iand of Good Fellowthip Throuch I *• Wo'y Days of Paaaover | NORTH MIAMI FEED & FERTILIZER CO. 124th Street and Dixie Higiiway PMONE 7-3411 Abe AronoviU th. ,,i the %  venim I i ... last cou II„ i,. I .I In '' ,., and crawl I bul i .mil yet here w right v opportui ity asid have no i %  the individual our la about putting ii per. honest, men reputation, So put it on j calendar to get out and n immediately -if not This ha beei that tins column had to be in to the printing office ; %  few days earlier than usual in order to meet the Passover dead m this article will be a little shi rti i too. In closing I want to remind you again of two things, the first is to register for the elections and the second is to put in your reservations immediately for the surprise social affair to be held this month on April 22. 23 or 24 Tickets are only one dollar per couple. HOOVER RELIEF COMMITTEE FORBID TO TALE TO JEWS Membei %  %  • %  the i inspecti permitting then r tl through %  • %  B aiitme' Greetings M R and MRS HENRy SHIEP AND FAMILY HENRY'S AUTO PARTS i-C A Pn H4t7 IO II) • '..1:1, I'iiWM '. r* Charles Hemple COCKTALE BAR • 14 S E l! St P z .6i: PASSOVER GREETINGS FOYE COTHRIN REALTOR 1089 S. W. 8th STREET Sincere Passover Greeting* J. Allen Brown. Inc. 2409 Ponce de Leon Bird. Phone 4-7616 PASSOVER GREETINQS Phone 2-9835 Established 1921 Genuine Mexican Chili Con Carne Hot Tamales — Enchihdat CHILI JACK Miami'a Crioinal Makers of Real MEXICAN DISHES 1032 Biscayne Blvd.. Miami, Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS To Ou' Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N v\ -tr Ave. Ph. t.vn: Since-* PaitcveGreetings ATLANTIC SHEET METAL & ROOFING CO. b40C N E ir.c AVI -22" PASSOVER GREETINGS DES-TEX DISTRIBUTING COMPANY "The Cleaning Mothproofer" 16SC A..-ON ROAD PHONE 5-2230 MIAMI BEACH FLOR'DA ROGER'S FORGE Formerly Tito and Roger PHONE MIAMI 2.1272 HAND WROUGHT IRON. BRONZE. MONEL. ALUMINUM 14S6 N. W. 7th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 1151 Waahinoton Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. TELEPHONE 5-5509 A HAPPY PASSOVER MIKE DALLETTS GARAGE ft SERVICE STATION 340 r venty Third St-*e! PHONE 5-6721 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS ALEXANDER'S HIGH GRADE SHOE REPAIRING and SHOE SHINE PARLOR 28 N. E. 1st Avenue SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FLORENCE VILLA APARTMENTS ••• S Mills, jr.. Manigtr i4S2 Meridian Avenue PHONE 5-1327 PASSOVER GREETINGS RUSSELL'S Paca>a and Pure C'trut Fruit Juieet; VegetaBle Juicea: Fruit Punches for Partiea %  002 S W. 8th St. Pi. 2-248? QREETINOS SCHRAGER'S. INC 100WEE" F_AGLE* S~REE' 1831 S V. -HIRD AVENUE SEASONS GREETINGS I. W. PEARCE MARINE ENGINEER CONTRACTOR Pile Driving Foundations. Dredging. Bulkheads. Docks Seawalls and Bridge Construction 3101 N. W. 20th St.. Rt. 1. Bo. '8 PHONE 4. 9975 If No Answer Phone 7.7592 PASSOVER GREETINGS RIVERSIDE DRUG STORE 4 west Fiag.estreet PHONE 2-3425 SINCERE p ASSOVER GREETINGS BILL FREY. INC. 'Anything With A Com Slct •40 N. w 1st St Ph. 2-05*5 Smcei-e Passover Greetings VISIT OUR MIAMI MUSEUM Fo-emost Museum of Sea Life AL PFLEUGER TAXIDERMIST '367 Ncth Miami Avenue SEASON'S GREETINGS vr :';:*"'-£ $ Jroro RICHARD A. BELSHAM STRUCTURAL ENGINEER M AM FLORIDA MODERN PAINTING COMPANY FRED J. WALKER 2214 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-8023 PASSOVER GREETINGS PALM PHARMACY 2200 N. W 28th Street PHONES: 28356—29281 • Sincere Pastorer Greeting! A. B. C. Electric Motor Co., Inc. ROY ALDRITT 27 S. W. 6th St Ph. 3-6369 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS GENERAL KOSHER CUT RATE MARKET "68 w. FiagieStreet PHONE 2-3891 PASSOVER GREETINGS I. W. BYRD PHONE 7 3022 J W. BYRD ROOFING ana MM K, S HEET METAL • Skylights • Ventilators e Copper and All •. Kln<) o' Metal Work • Stainless Stsel • Monel Metal • Kitchen and r.o.. R ^ ,, ""* n Equipment FRANK CHODAK Manager PASSOVE GREETINGS CLUB LATINO 38 N. W 5th Street M 1 A M 1



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PAGE EIGHT Jen islfhrkUfW FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 194; doubling back to n. whore ho wi %  •• pied 1 1 • • N, A V : < WNS VJ • Jewish men CON" SLED FPOV PAGE alld IKIVal StllSTRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere • br PHINEAS J. BIROH PASSOVER SEDERS FOR JEWISH MEN IN ARMY Hi MAW JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN r>\ is hopes 1 fate ,. an inn ramp years he %  u of th; gonh Lf *• ... for 1 S PASSOVER GRErTINGS ENGLAND'S SERVICE STATION Kendall. Fla. Ph MM : nged 1 nd Navy CommJtl stn of A Welfare B ai I, il took the I John M gchs long • mittee ting the libr that Mrs. J : ;i j,,, s trom bondageI s preparing a bassinel %  WEEKLY GIGGLE d by I Navy Deparl • %  Seders are 1 nunil ill hav< n • • p or who are stai j • ay from Mat; prayei being the Ji '• -%  7 p in. at the Can expect to atl mount ol : rity v. rk Gladys Stein is chairman and /ations may be made by 21 ABBOTT URGES ELECTION OE ABE ARONOVITZ J Aron Abbot* at of Shol< tn L^o %  %  .-.. thi %  jnd said. 1 the best Iqualil com For this reason. *e !should '•• for him." ..... 1 ; bsi rve thi : %  fc %  = *-%  -. LINCOLN ROAD PHARMACY ; • M WILLIAM M HURTENBACH Beyl • rvices %  ... the A ... commui .. Seder s< n : • : TO OUR FRIENDS— A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ATLAS MACHINE & WELDING CO. 3i S. W. N Rivr Drive PHONE 2-8328 PASSOVER GREETINGS • OVERSEAS Transportation Co., Inc. 23S S. W. N. River Drive MIAMI. FLORIDA Sincere P.issover G'etin9t CAPTAIN E W. CROSBY LAKE PANCOAST BOAT TOURS I N C E R E PASSOVER GREETINGS TAHITI BAR and PACKAGE STORE 144 23rd St. Ph. 5-3795 22'0 Collm$ Avt. Ph. 5.45*3 ...... Sreel -BI DAVID LEMELMAN 1 To All 0 Most Hppy Passe ve: H. GEORGE FINK Architect Sal — F HOOVER SALES I SERVICE n gisti'. and .. 1 tion, PASSOVER GREETINTGS FRANK WOLKOWSKY :8 N. E. 1st Avenue PASSOVER GREETINGS Taylor Drua Co., Inc. 210 29th St. Ph. 5-1813 s v T %  G R E E T I N G S LEW HEWES %  ->arc Motors — Boat' -:xec JohBSOB Dealer? Since 1925 Ml Ris.-eyne Roulevgrc PHONE 2-8918 Sincere Passcver Greetings Weaver Wire Products 2715 N. W. 62nd Street PHONE 7-2644 E .-.-ere Passover Greetings 7.Out Many Friends SUNSHINE HOSPITAL c appreciated" LEWIS TIRE SHOP and WOOD YARD e Wltl Bmlle A jot* 81 Ph : -.-; • PASSOVER GREETINGS • Coral Gables Garage 132 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables Phone 4-2424 Wishing to All Jewish Citiiens A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER Casket Co. '.433 N. E. MIAMI PLACE • PASSOVER GREETINGS • [ NICKS WHEEL ALIGNING 2100 N. Miami Ave.. Ph. 2-8567 Passover G-eetingmoRGfin Piflfio co. Steicway Chiekering Winter Cable Nelson. Hammond Oroar and Novachorc Yc -• •• %  0 .BhOW ; 1611 Biscavne Blvd. Ph 2-4325 GREETINGS SCHAAF'S PRESERVING CO. JELLIES anc PRESERVES 1305 N W 22nd St Ph. 2-4634 Sincere Passover Greetings DICKEY'S SERVICE STATION w. H. Dickey, Prop. 5669 W. Flaoler St. Ph. 4 9282 SINCERE • PASSOVER GREETINGS • M. L. L. • PASSOVER GREETINGS • i RAY MILLER TAX ASSESSOR MIAMI BEACH c, --•,-• Dimi G-tin9i T# At' Ow e **m* • •*• ~ii8>t ••*#* % %  TASTt ."YELLSTAYSTEE FOOD DISTlllUTOIlS HOC FENrrsrn wno* MIAMI. FU* *H 84711 • PASSOVER GREETINGS • SRAEEL & IABALY IMPORTERS 900 Lincoln Road Miam; Beach 8 --f "arvr/.. -! %  • -g. %  • %  r FSJCD ^M HART HARDWARE CO. *4 S | ... • *M% %  \'~ GREETINGS EEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MAGIC CITY TRANSFER CO. 901 N. W. FIFTH AVE. PHONE 2-4072 Civil Fncmer and Surveyor Miam Spnngs • PASSOVER GREETINGS • From ARNOLD SOUTHWELL and SCHTJYLER SOUTHWELL • PASSOVER GREETINGS • M. M. Borchardt Aei 7( T fncomi '.' 529 Lincoln Rd Miami B. Phoi n t — -. • ,•., -o le V M.HN i* •' • ends nd Pit-c.-. LIT LA JONES FLOWER SHOP %  • %  • R ALI OCC ONS • PASSOVER GREETINGS HARRY M. HICE "Your Councilman" GREETINGS S. M. PERKINS I N G R A n A M BUILDING DELICIOUS COFFEE I0ASTED FRESH In Our Own Ragst Under Leeel Rebbimical Supervision KOSHU FOR PASSOVER RWTAURANTS Jffrffl^StUSm DINING BOOMS -hr-. • njejn PHONE W39 Fhene fee or N SIGNAL COFFEE CORP.



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?ASE TWENTY-FOUR FRIDAY. APRIL 11. 194! The ADL New* Service WILLIAM 1 3CXERMAN Director FLORIDA F.EMl^NAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE r.NAI BFJTH Appreciate America Domic well-being ^:> >.:. writOne vtoaely is A] America Inc • : • hat as its fa BCD : %  : U 0 I undM -.-.:.:. .M %  : tl tea %  ad Eri tfai fundamental pnata %  *• Bub J ec pies an... !" Z *• : %  i: : -*trj nuj U creafe extend am P> %  ; ; "**** new mntiafc b 11 concn u i ztar, a:, appreciatior id the Americai mrta tri life -.•:.:• Appreciate -.: i q un j auth and kaboi group* "" a sturdy defense Deal plan • Ai er can way udec • :' %  pi gn n 1 Appreciate Amer a ii •..-.-. rirculathem at the nominal cost of fifty cents per thousand. This week the Miami Public Library is assisting the program of Appreciate America through ive display of literature and other material issued by the organization. Included also are I of the special edition of •Speak Up for Democracy" b have been printed in connection with its national proThis book provides a prac: I action for all Americans and an authoritative answer to the question. "What can I do to help*" The book is written by Edward L. Bernays. an expert on public opinion, who says: "You cannot help molding opinion. The barber talking to the men in his So cour.tr>' -. establishment at a national chaii molds public opinion. • •:-.bureau and -• • • "• traveler talking in the ,tha srsanmti in i : ; -~ T % %  — %  % %  room of the Pullman faculty member v --.--. through whid I ped t< discar Everyone has contacts whicH Stamps bearcan :*• used to good advantage. ing th< Appreciate Amer-I These may be social bridge or ica." Hie Florida Regional of-, bow ling club—or office contacts fice uses these stamps on outgomd business lunches. In this way inf mai and would like to pro-! you can influence other people's root* their use by ... organizeattitudes with everyday words uons Group.' interested is the and actions, as a single IndividQM : C bicago puished n v-: Peu. H Douglas PrafesBOT Douglas has BltrntifTr tc thi d : conauer' technique used I thi \ar.i; tc disrupt paralyze and deatnq nations Tr.j',our thmkinf m reaped u the diatributim ol stamps may ob•••aluof the was of which r.a.' raised this country '-' *; high jevel of political social ;.:.:. eccI: it With Pleasure That Ertenc Pi Greeting; ELECTRO CABINET CO. tm N E. wac om AVX We BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY PASSOVER DR. WALTER K. FOLEY OSTEOPATH 1110 Lincoln Roec PHONE S-405' ual The job belongs to every American All must be enlisted to speak up for Democracy."' Copies of the book are obtainable at the Florida Regional office Question. 1 have beer, reading the book by Herman Rauschnmg. the former Nazi who is now writing against the Hitler regime In discussing anti-Semitism he says that thii i %  proMem &* tl,.. Ji w alone and to us.his exact words, "no gentile can help If this is trut or Nite Key Ridet Picnia : Miies Wad ad Tropics'. Park or Biro Roac Ph 4-613" Z: Mil P.idinc Master and Manaoe: PASSOVER GREETINGS Hi 'i' COMPLIMENTS y e or SO N BREAD AND CAK. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVEF. Tr. AL Our M=rv lewisi Friends and Patrons DIXIE TIRE compnriv CUST-: IT. Inc. A. j. TJLLIAN, PretioerMakers of Fine Furniture i236 R. Miami Avenue Phone 3-4BC: Miami Fla. 101 & W FirsStree: Firlfc Sre*: oac Mizhiaar. Avenue Miami Miami Bead PASSOVER GREETINGS CABANA SHOP JENNIE and EDDIE SILVERMAN "MS Wahincton Avenue Miami Beach SIN^. i.:.l AS^C L.:. ^rr-r-r TN" !1S DE BOUAC TRUCK SERVICE S EQUIPMENT CO. GAR WOOD HOIST & BODY SERVICE HOIST REPAIRS 44CK V 2TTH STREET Specializing .r TRUCI SEEM Zl MJaCHRE SHOP PHONT 2-5294 Extsatrtinc tne Hanc of Gooc Feliovalup tr M Many Frwnai Dunne tne Hoiv ZtmTi at Paaaovej J. W. BULLOCK REAL ESTATE duPONT BIDG PHONE 3 Tttti SIN CERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER FAUTH FURNITURE CO. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE latacior Dvcoratox* and iaj s ssjs jaj sj j BSCATHE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE PHONE S-atSt MIAMI • A IIOS1 HAPPY r A S S O V E R 1 : M V M A M Y FRIEND? AND ACQUAINTANCES BENJAMIN COHEN • PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewith Friands [ II GLASS BOTTOM BOAT PIER 9' : -MlAMI YACHT BASIN A HAPPY PASSOVER BARNETT OFFICE SUPPLY CO. STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES Phone 2-7234 137 N. Prompt Dauvarie* Miami Beach E 1st Street—Miami Florida We Wii te Extend th Hana nf CC.DC Frltowshic tc Our Many r--ine and Cuatome-ra TH-eupn tna Hoi> Oar* Paeacvf PQMY BUR HAMStV PMIU.IPS. Manao' EM ". MWni SlV*, Pnent 2.MM PASSOVER GREETINGS CAMP WOHELO FOR GIRLS 85 miles from Washington. D. C 60 miles irom Baltimore. Md. in tha heart ei the Blue Ridge Mountain*. TWELFTH SEASON OPENS JULY 1 %  For information helpful to yw and your daughters, write or Dhone OWHER AND DIRECTO BERTHA LEVY 125 S. W Mth Stre< MIAMI, FLORIDA MM



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flUDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 +JvwlsUkrld**r PAGE FIFTEEN TABLE TALK Notable Quotes of the Week Task "Without saying anything dcroeatory of other plans and other J(B jtories that arc being dis£USS ,1 as havens for these million*, it must b0 made very clcar ^3, there can be no substitute l„r Palestine as a center for mass immigration of Jews who need a honr and need it quickly. There u not only the problem of the physical problem of the refugees bul we have a serious psychological transformation to make, and it cannot be achieved without normalizing the Jewish body polPASSOVER GREETINGS THE BLUE BIRD 3632 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 49227 pftnr 5.-815 — Miami Beach. Fla. Our Cars Will Call For You AL'S BEAUTY SALON %  Shop for | l \V:iv. s R.idio Permanent Waving No Chemicals S3.50 and Up i,.. in Let ('* Explain 939 Washington Ave. Df, ind Mrs. Chas. Beckwitt and Family of the BECKWITT OPTICAL CO. N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-730S Extend Sincere Withes for A HAPPY PASSOVER SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL MY JEWISH FRIENDS W. CECIL WATSON Cltrk of Criminal Court itic by creating these spiritual values which can be nurtured only in Palestine. "I do not want you to think that the task before us is an easy one. There are thorny roads to pass. There are vast economic and social adjustments to make. We are also not unaware of the difficult Arab problem with which we are grappling. A solution to that problem must be found in order to achieve our objective. The Jews and the Arabs must live side by side as neighbors and cousins."—Dr. Chaim Weizmann. us as belonging to what they call an inferior race. "Nazism is partly religion, partly bigotry, and partly a doctrine of militaristic imperialism combined with precise economic welfare. With fanatical drive, Nazism is endeavoring to dominate the world."—Vice President Henry A. Wallace. Subversion "You and I know too well how they proceed. Intolerance is the poison they use. By pamphlets, by speeches, by whispering camclear that if the world is to be brought back to health after so devastating a sickness, it will only be by the united action of all men and all nations of good will. "It will not be easy, for we may be very sure that the up! now convulsing the nations will not leave things as they were. A new world is being born of bitter suffering, and the problems of peace will in many ways be more difficult than those of war. New needs will demand new remedies, and there will be room alike for all the courage and imagination of youth, and | Solidarity "It must be said, however, that the Nazis hate the doctrine of genetic democracy above everything else. They believe all races but their own to be genetically inferior. They believe all other racial and religious groups should be enslaved. One of the strong reasons why all of us in the New World believe so strongly in hemispheric solidarity for defense purposes is because we know the Nazis look on most of paigns they try to set group against group, religious belie%-er j all the clear thinking of experiagainst religious believer, neighence that can be rallied to the Sincere Passover Greetings WENDELIN RESTAURANT 1357 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-9479 bor against neighbor. "Lying stories of the most revolting kind, from simple slender against one or two persons to elaborate fabrications involving whole groups, are spread among the gullible. These are efforts to divide us. to destroy our unity, to sap our strength, to throw us off our course, to render us ineffective. And these efforts are rewarded whenever an American says or does an intolerant thing. "Whenever we make a distinction between men because of their religion, or race, whenever we impute to a whole religious or social or economic group the sins or failings of political beliefs of some of its members, we are helping those who wish to shatter our American unity. Intolerance is the destroyer of democracy."—James A. Farley. task."—Lord Halifax. Determination "No form of dictatorship, Communist, Fascist or Nazi, can make headway in this country, providing we, as a nation, militantly safeguard those liberties guaranteed to us by our form of government and practiced by us throughout our history. A violation of our liberties may open wide the floodgates of injustice and oppression. We must uncompromisingly oppose any principle which should weaken the principles of freedom upon which this nation was founded."—Governor Herbert H Lehman. Pledge "Be assured that since we have repudiated everything that has falsely been done in the name of France after June 23rd the cruel decrees directed against French Jews can, and will, have no validity in Free France. These measures are not less a blow against the honor of France than they are an injustice against her Jewish citizens. "When we shall achieved victory, not only will the wrongs done in France itself be righted, but France will once again resume her traditional place as a protagonist of freedom and justice for all men, irrespective of race or religion, in a new Europe."—General deGaulle. SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS THALER BROS. BAKERY 12 OCEAN DRIVE PHONE 5.1387 PASSOVER GREETING6 B ASSETT'S SERVICE STATION 2000 N. W. 7th Avs. Ph. 2.9*80 PASSOVER GREETINGS BECK'S GARAGE T132 15th STREET PHONE 5-1432 MIAMI BEACH Rebuilding "This business of rebuilding after the war will be a task far beyond the strength of any single country Great Britain is resolved to do her utmost, but it is PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. I. HOLDEN BECK WITH ANI> DR. JACK BECKWITH EXODONISTS 1XGRAHAM BCILPIN'-. MIAMI. FLORIDA GREETINGS: W/ALTERSON W BODY WORKS. Inc. 1135 N. Miami Avtnus "Skilled Craftsmen Through the Years" J. N. COVELL and ASSOCIATES OF THE TRUSCON STEEL COMPANY 811 LANGFORD BLDG. PHONE 3.5791 Extend Passover Greetings PASSOVER GREETINGS SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS SECOND AVE. STOVE COMPANY 20N. W. SECOND AVE. PHONE 3-1JS3 BOOK TUAI ^hen you feel well It to misery when you dent Have you ever dragged through a day made mtoerable by a Headach*. NeuralgU, Muacular Paine or Functional Menjtrval Petaa-a day when only your aanee at duty. *P* you on the Job? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills tMually relieve Headaches. You will find them effectiV* •uso in the relief of the other M M d M pains mentioned •bove. •scalar Packaaa A package of these _"* %  **_ prompt acting pain „_ i*^W |ia J**" 3 mey_ave yon LOOK! Low Rail Fares in Coaches on the famous FLORIDA SUNBEAM One Way Coach Fares from Miami CHICAGO .... $23.30 DETROIT 2 2.15 CLEVELAND. 22.90 CINCINNATI. 17.75 COLUMBUS .... 20.10 TOLEDO 2 1.70 INDIANAPOLIS. 19.1* ATLANTA .... 10.40 MACON 9 .05 CHATTANOOGA 12.50 Pillows far eeoehas J5 CITY TICKET OFFICE 173 E. Flaglar Street, Miami Tel. 3-8391 T. V. Luckett, A.G.P.A. SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAl SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAIiWAY SYSTEM Our WE EXTEND Sincere Passover Greetings Our Jewish friends To All and Friends THE BLUE DERBY 7TH AVE and THE TRAIL • FINE BREAKFASTS a DELICIOUS LUNCHES a SUPERB DINNERS a COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE CECIL SABIN. Prap. PHONE 29315 SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SAXON CIGARETTE SERVICE 3* N. E. 2nd Avt. Ph. 7.M77 MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS C L. ROLLINS ROLLINS GARAGE Phone 2-2247 14 N. W. 5th St. PASSOVER GREETINGS MOORE WILLIAMS WHOLESALE LUMBER C. D. WILLIAMS 319 Congress Building SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER S. H. KRESS ICO. 5-10-25c STORE East Flagler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA BEST WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER t.l.LTIE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5140 r <