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The Jewish Floridian ( April 18, 1941 )

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PASSOVER EDITION wJewisti Flondliiai m COMBINE Title Jhewiislh lUinnlty VOLUME 14—No. 16 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS APPROVAL CIV El 81 AGENCIES TO BUDGET PROPOSAL New York (WNS)— The proposal for a national advisory budget service, which was submitted in a referendum to the member agencies of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, has been approved by a majority of the agencies voting, it was announced by H. L. Lurie, executive director of the Council. The results of the referendum will be submitted to the Council's board of directors at a meeting early in May, when the board will consider the steps to be taken, and the procedures to be established to develop the type of services most helpful to its member agencies. The board of directors at its meeting in Atlanta last January approved the advisory budget proposal but decided to submit it to the entire membership of the Council in order to give each the opportunity of registering its wishes. SUNDAY. MAY 18. NAMED AS "I AM AN AMERICAN DAY" Washington—President Roosevelt has designated Sunday, May 18 at "I Am An American Day," and urged its celebration "in recognition of our citizens who have attained their majority or who have been naturalized within the last year." Suitable exercises should be held on that date, a Presidential proclamation said, "to impress upon all our citizens, both nativeborn and naturalized, the special significance of citizenship in this nation. "I Am An American Day" was first celebrated last year under the provisions of a Congressional resolution approved May 3, 1940. Several local celebrations for "I Am An American Day" are being planned and will be announced in forthcoming issues. MANY fEWS ARRESTED BY ITALIAN TROOPS IN BENGAZI Cairo (WNS) — Hundreds of Jews were arrested and interned by Italian secret police when Nazi and Italian troops recaptured Bengazi from the British, it was learned here. The Jews were arrested on the ground that 'hey aided the British to drive 'he Italians out of Bengazi. SHERTOK ASKS EXPENSION OF JEWISH DEFENSE FORCES Rehoboth, Palestine (WNS)— Addressing the 43rd annual conference of the Histadruth, Palestine's Jewish labor federation, Moshe Shertok, head of the political department of the Jewish Agency, urged the expansion of the Palestine Jewish troops fight>ng with Great Britain. a$$OV££ m 4 PREI t£k;:fU %  •• %  •') W £?>. '•£31 Sh h a win % fed fo •"WCJJ r l *fc, *?**** w I*: hast r 'det on >thtt f tr ^ JLt n etn I £E lk\ $ BY SHOLEM LODGE The convention of the Fifth District of B'nai B'rith has been set for the 11th and 12th day of May at Washington, D. C. Isaac Levin, past president of Sholem Lodge of Miami and present president of the District, will preside at the convention and an elaborate program is being prepared for the occasion. Sholem Lodge, under the chairmanship of A. Louis Mechlowitz, is sponsoring a gala surprise smoker for the express purpose of raising funds to send a large delegation to Washington. A unique feature of the event is that the affair will be jointly sponsored by the Auxiliary and the smoker will be for men and women. Held at Mahi Shrine Temple, Biscayne Blvd. at 14th St., Tuesday evening. April 22, the program will include dancing, entertainment, refreshments. A small admission fee is being charged to cover the entire evening's festivities. Advance ticket sales indicate capacity attendance. Additional tickets may be secured by calling B'nai B'rith office, Seybold Bldg.. 3-0751. One of the largest groups of delegates in district convention history is expected to convene and headquarters for the convention have been set up at the Willard Hotel. *f Wfflm PLAIN TALK — PICNIC by AL SEGAL In the Jewish Poit of Indianapolis there is a flaming argument over Jewish Publicity to the daily nress. It seems that Mr. Cohen, the Post's publisher, feels that matters strictly of Jewish interest only should not be allowed to clutter uo the columns of the daily press. They belong in the Jewish press. I myself have suffered acute pain to see some oMhe Jewish ****l^jftf£j£ dailv press. It seems to have to do largely with the vanities of Jewisn leaders who like to Tee their names and pictures in the paper Sean to £•£ ^g-t and good nanie of Srs^Wno ^n't'Tn^'now^VanrS Anshe Giborim's synagogue which.can hold as £r, m a thousand peotjle on Yom Kippur. Nnrcantmuchbi said about its leader.hin Who isnt acquainted with the virtues of ship. Who lsni a M W gadget its president. Mr.. ZUch. wno her ^ tHefche. who gjjI S100*. thejcey SLUfiyS rthegxe A at day of its dedicatiot t~-, .i„ the day when Anshe Giborim's Tlm W rf^0tar onebrick of the syna|SS?W benefit" of the congregational funds they were auctioning off the bricks, brick by brick, and his bid was the highest. No one can tell me anythinq against Anshe Giborim. Nevertheless. I submit that it is none of the business of the general public, as represented by the daily press, that Anshe Giborim is going to give a picnic, or that Anshe Giborim is going to have a bar mixvah or that Anshe Giborim is about to install a new scroll of the Holy Law. Yet when Anshe Giborim has a picnic it is made a matter that competes with the Axis for space in the daily press. Anshe Giborim's publicity chairman sees to that. If he manages to get all the committee people into the papers, he may rise to be general chairman of next year's picnic or even president of the congregation in some years to come. Who can tell? He is an indefatigable man. He is not content merely to have it made known to the world by a single notice that on a certain day Anshe Giborim will give a picnic. The affair must bo dinned into the ears of the public time and again until picnic day. He marches from success to success: mere is the day he gets the names of the entire lemonade committee into the columns of the daily press. He feels a tingling sense of triumph at this. It shows the whole congregation what an influential man tho publicity chairman is with the press. He and the press axe as close as your two finqers. you might say. Another day it's the whole general commit(Continued on Page 4) JEWS PRESENT AMBULANCE TO RED CROSS IN IRELAND Dublin (WNS)—Impressive ceremonies marked the presentation by the Jewish Ambulance Fund of a Chrysler Imperial ambulance to the Irish Red Cross. Prof. Leonard Abrahamson. who made the presentation, declared that Irish Jews were anxious to contribute to the country's defense program and to show the world that men of all races and creeds could work together for the betterment of mankind. Justice Maguire, president of the Irish Red Cross, acknowledged the gift and paid tribute to the defense efforts of the Jewish community in Dublin. JEWS IN SLOVAKIA WILL BE FORCED INTO GHETTOS Geneva (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Slovakia have completed plans to force the country's Jewish population into ghettoes, it was reliably reported here. The first ghetto will be opened in Bratislavia next month, it was said. The cost of building the ghetto and the moving from all parts of the country into the restricted areas will have to be defrayed by the Jews, Nazi officials announced.



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>t FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 +JetolitUrHb07 PAGE THREE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Now that the Yom Tov is about over, the "Y" can get down to the more serious phases of the Educational, Cultural and A*th* lctic programs. One of the first treats in store will be a book review. Book Review The regular monthly book renew of the Y. W. H. A. will take nlace next Wednesday evening, April 23. according to an announcement made by Mrs. Joel Bclov, chairman of the Book of the Month club. Mrs. Max Dobrin will review "The Life of Clara Schumann—A Romantic Biography' by John N. Burk. This is the second time that Mrs. Dobrin will review a book for the "Y" and all of us are looking forward to that evening. Men and women are invited to attend. Passover Reception At this writing, Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, chairman of the Passover Reception committee of the Y. W. H. A., is busy making final arrangements for the Passover Reception to be held Wednesday night, April 16. Presently, the women are sewing costumes to be used in the tap and ballet dancing. Those assisting Mrs. Friedman with the sewing are. Mrs. Lazarus, Mrs A. Rabe, Mrs. G. Cohen, Mrs. J. Berman, Mrs. J. Schaffer. The following pupils of the Tap and Ballet Dancing class will participate in the program: Harriet Rosenstock, Charlotte Blumberg, Estelle Levy, Donna Feldman, Florence Ross, Wilma Gans and Estelle Greenberg. The following will also take part in the program: Cecelia Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Goodman and Miss Marcie Adelman. Home Camp The announcement last week in this column about the opening of the Home Camp has brought a tremendous response to the "Y". Parents have been busy obtaining information about '"? camp and registering their children. We again urge you to register your children at once because registration books will close very shortly. The tuition s $3-00 per week and the camp will open on June 16. Please do not delay. Dramatics Dr. Sidney Cassell. director of Dramatics, announces that the "Y" Drama group will meet very shortly. Present plans are to produce a very popular Broadway play, and Dr. Cassell urges members of the Senior Division particularly, to take part in this play. Rehearsals will start as soon as a cast is chosen. Heretofore, small sketches have been produced by the "Y" and the cast was made up of the Junior members. Dr. Cassell wishes to expand this project and, therefore, will be greatly gratified if the Senior men and women show an interest in dramatics. All those interested, please contact Mr. Grossman at the "Y". Bowling The boys are going strong at the Miami Recreation Alleys every Thursday night under the leadership of manager Jack Apte. All those interested, report to the Miami Recreation Alleys on Thursday nights at 8 p. m. Diamond Ball Anyone interested in particiE ating as a member of the "Y" 'iamond Ball Team for the coming season, please attend the regular Sunday morning practice sessions leaving from the "Y" grounds at 10 a. m. News 'Round Town Leon Lieberman, one of the hardest workers in the "Y", is in bed sick from an attack of the Flu. Notice Due to the latter days of the Passover holiday, the "Y" building will be closed to Saturday April 19 at 7 p. m. Watch for next week's special. Get your dues paid up now— Y nominations. Wednesday, May 21 Elections, Wednesday, June 4. Register now for the May City Primaries. Daily Activities at the "Y" Monday, 2:30 p.m., Tap and Ballet dancing for children, under direction of Mrs. Milton A. Friedman; 8 p. m., Women's Bowling League at Miami Recreation Alleys, Mrs. Al Reisman, chairman; 9 p. m.. Meeting Sub Senior division, Sherman Freedman, president; 8 p. m„ Personality and Public Speaking class, Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman; Tuesday. 8 p. m., Y. W. H A. Calisthenics class, Mrs, J. Schaffer chairman; 8 p. m., Meeting Oirl Scouts. Miss Frances Ginsberg. Scout Mistress; 8:30 p m Meeting A. Z. A.. Fred Grossberg, president: Wednesday, 8 P .m.. Basketball Clinic, under direction of Lou Safan, Athletic chairman and Mickcl Lubel athletic director; Thursday. 2:30 p m., Tap and Ballet dancing class8 p. m., Meeting Junior Division, Norman Green, president; 8 p. m., meeting Boy Scouts, Herman Waitsman. Scout Master and Stanton Halpert. assistant Scout Master: Saturday nic'ht. 8 p. m m-etine Y-Ettos. under direction of Mrs. Al R, isman: Sunday morning. Diamond Ball practice ',',','.. '"Kfor Miami Field from the Y building. : Sincere Passover Greetings EAT A BITE SANDWICH SHOP IMS N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9361 Passover Greetings Tivoli Beauty Salon 744 W. Flagler St.. Ph. 3-2561 COOKING WATER HEATING REFRIGERATION fPEOP^ES£f^%p£^cOMPAIVY Hollywood Ft. Liududtlt Muni Buck SINCERE WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER SMITH FARMER. 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PAGE FOUR fJmisti ncridian FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1941 WTFIondR PLANT 2 1S. MIAMI AND MAIN OFFICES W. SECOND AVENUE FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. Post 1879 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 $1.00 SIX MONTHS MIAMI, F VOLUME 14 R 16 1 LORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 NUMBE THE DAYS AFTER PASSOVER Passover found thousands of Jewish families in Greece and Yugoslavia spending their Seder nights in air-raid shelters. The Nazi invasion of Yugoslavia and the merciless bombing of Salonika has driven thousands of Jews from their homes and made many of them completely roofless. At the same time, reports from Syria and Iraq point to the fact that the Nazi propaganda machine is feverishly developing its subversive activities among the Arab population there, leading to overthrow of the pro-British cabinet in Iraq and to continuous troublesome demonstrations in Syria. Arab propagandists trained in Germany and financed by the Axis are no longer hiding their identity, and speak openly of their desire to see "Hitler rule the Arabs on land just as Allah rules them in the sky." All this—the turn of events in the Balkans, as well as the increased Nazi propaganda in the Near East—makes the position of Palestine more important than ever before. Palestine remains the bastion from which Britain, with the aid of the Jews, can combat Nazi efforts is the Arab world. Palestine will thus, no doubt, this spring assume more importance both as a point from which the British authorities can keep a witchful eye on the Nazi intrigues in the Arab countries and as a strategic base on the Mediterranean. Seder service depicted in the precious hand illuminated Cincinnati Haggadah made in the 14th Century in Germany, by Meir Jaffe and now in the collection of the Hebrew Union College. Cincinnati. Last Registration Warning for Miami Citizens Registration books will be finally closed on Aoril 19th. Those who fail to register will not be able to cast their ballot on election day. May 6th. You may still register in the office of the city clerk on the third floor of the court house between the hours of 9 a. m. ind 5 p. m.. and in the eveninqs between 7 and 9 p. m. Again, we urge all citizens of Miami to exercise the privilege of the ballot before it will be too late. In Miami Beach you have until May 3rd. which has been set as the deadline. PLAIN TALK PICNIC (CONTINUED FROM PAG£ 1) tee that gets in. then the prize committee, the lunch committee, the special events committee finally, the picture of the general chairman. But the publicity chairman's magnum opus is the picture of the chairwoman of the ladies auxiliary which is arranging the bridge games for the picnic. As he looks at her picture he feels he has made an artistic contribution to the daily press. She looks so coyly out of the half-tone! The cut angle of her pretty head! The merry twinkle in her eye! He can not but help feel that all this is something to enlarge the prestige of Anshe Giborim in the world. .. ,. In the meantime, all the city editors have been working up to a nervous fret on account of Anshe Giborim's picnic. City Editor Grogan. who is no anti-Semite at all. says he is glad Anshe Giborim picnics come only once a year and hopes that the publicity chairman gets drowned at this years picnic. City Editor McTavish of the opposition paper, some of whose best friends are Jews, says for God's sake, here's that Jewish picnic again. But for the sake of the Jewish circulation they keep on printing ihe frequent tidings of Anshe Giborim's picnic. With the mistaken judgement of public opinion frequently found in newspaper people, they feel, somehow, that the Jewish circulation will rise up against the paper if the picture of the chairwoman of the ladies' auxiliary in charge of the bridge games isn't printed. I, myself, know what to do with matters like the Anshe Giborim picnic. To me, in my function as a worker for the daily press. Jewish items of no general interest, are occasionally brought. I have in mind particularly an item announcing that Melvin Glutz would be bar mizvah next Saturday. "I want this printed in the pa per,' 'his father said. I asked myself: Who of the general public cares in the least that little Melvin Glutz is going to be bar mizvah next Saturday? In fact, how many of the general public know what bar mitzvah is anyway? In what way does the news of Melvin Glutz's bar mizvah contribute to public information. What purpose will it serve to print Melvin's bar mizvah in the paper except the pleasure of his parents who will exult, "Did you see Melvin's name in the paper?" I tossed Melvin into the waste basket. I should do the same with Anshe Giborim's picnic if it came to me. Melvin's parents probably said, yes, that Segal is an antiSemite. It hurts him to give a Jewish child a break. Nevertheless ,1 insist that our purely intramural matters don't belong in the daily press. The Jewish press is a sufficient and competent medium for all affairs that pertain to the strictly private life of Israel. To synagogues, to Zionist organizations, to Talmud Torahs, to Jewish lodges, I offer the following directions to wisdom in publicity: The doings and sayings of Jews and Jewish organizations are entitled to a place in the general public prints only when they are of general public interest. Only when something Jewish touches the common life is it worth general publicity. A rabbi speaking, for example, on national Jewish budgeting isn't newsworthy in the daily press in the least, but a rabbi speaking for a more just and lovely order in the world should be heard in the daily press. It is of no public interest at all that a B'nai B'rith lodge is giving a social, but it it of large interest that the B'nai B'rith lodge is joining with the Knights of Columbus for a charitable purpose. It is not publicly important that Hadassah is having a party .that the Zionists are conducting an election, that Anshe Giborim has bought a new Torah. (In our town we do not even use the daily press to exploit the annual drive of the Jewish Welfare Fund.) Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) WAR ECHOES The thousands of Jews concentrated in that European bottleneck Lisbon, are terrified at the not unlikely prospect of Hitl er marching into Portugal this Spring Hitler's excuse will probably be that he has to forestall an American seizure of the Portuquese-owned Azores Realistic observers are beginning to aqree with the astrologlsts and other soothsayers who have been insisting that the decisive battle of the war will be fought in Palestine, and that the Jewish defense corps there will p l ay an important role in the conflict Reports from Paris indicate that the occupying forces are having one grand time there .. As one French restaurant man has put it, the Nazis "pay like princes and eat like pigs" And while we're on the zoological subject we might pass on the news that since the Nazi occupation of Paris the former French capital has suffered from an enormous increase in its rodent population The rats are getting so bold, like as notyou can find them waltzing into your bedroom at any time of the day or night The little beasties, it seems, are aping the tactics of their bigger brothers, the Gestapo .. All of which brings us to our birthday wish to Badolf: No more returns of the day—but if there are returns, let them be unhappy. POLITICAL HISTORY To movie producer Sam Katz is credited the following inside tale, relayed by Sidney Skolsky ... It seems that back in 1930 Katz was in Germany, and there met Fritz Thyssen—the one who's now in a Nazi concentration camp Thyssen asked a lot of questions about America, and especially about Al Capone, the gangster king who at that time was much in the news. When Katz expressed surprise at the German industrialist's intense interest in the mobster, Thyssen explained: "We've got a man here whom we're modeling after Capone We want him to break up the unions and be a big gang leader We think this fellow Hitler's going to be a big man!" YOU SHOULD KNOW Chaim Weizmann and his missus, although showered with innumerable invitations for Passover, celebrated the first Seder in the home of Meyer Weisgai, who on that evening also entertained Dorothy Thompson and her son On May 6th, incidentally, the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League is tendering a dinner to Miss Thompson, on which occasion President Roosevelt's mother will present the guest of honor with a bust of herself—i. e., of Dorothy Thompson The bust is the work of the internationally famous sculptor Jo Davidson We wonder whether you noticed that PM's big expose of New Jersey's new anti-Semitic outfit, the Legion of Death, was unearthed by the Investigation and Research Department of the Anti-Nazi League? Lillian Hellman's new play, "Watch on the Rhine," has come up to expectations, and is packing 'em in night after night. Which is one way—and a good one—of getting across an anti-Nazi message. SHADOWS There's a familiar sound to the declaration Monsignor Fulton J. Sheen of the Catholic University of America is reported to have made at a recent Knights of Columbus meeting. Monsignor Sheen is quoted as saying "there are many things in American life which are not worth saying," and as having intimated that Hitler may be an instrument sent to punish the world for its sin .. All of which has a practically word-for-word correspondence with what was said only a little over a year ago by certain French clerics—who thus, wittingly or unwittingly, were doing the spadework for the Lavals ... Is it true, by the way, that in the New Yorker Staats-zeitung editorial offices almost daily, pitched battles occur between Nazis and anti-Nazis on the staff? THIS AND THAT Congratulations to Herbert Klein, unorthodox and independent movie man, whose motion pictures of the Czechoslovakian crisis and of the eve of the war were beautiful, but commercially not successful Klein has become Metro's newest director. Felicitations also to the scenario writer Jerry Wald, who has now been promoted to the rank of film producer at Warner Brothers And to Jane Manner (Jennie Mannheimer to you), on her appointment as Director of the Speech and Drama Department at the School of Radio Technique, New York actress Dolly Haas is credited a new word to describe those Aryan Germans who refused to stay in Germany under Hitler. They should be called not "refugees" but "refusees," she claims That success can be excessive was illustrated by Benny Goodman last week ... His swinq broadcast had been moved to Abe Ellis' Manhattan Center to accommodate the audience the idea being that in that enormous hall the jitterbugs would be able to dance while Benny swung his baton %  • bo over six thousand boys and girls jammed the floor-and there wasn t room for anybody to dance ... The Jewish boxing dynasty is being turned topsy-turvy these days ... Max Ba* is out of the game for good, and his younqer brother. Buddy, may get a shot at Joe Louis Which would simply mean Jot he would join the other Jewish victims of the Brown Bomber, who include Bob Pastor and Abe Simon as well as Brother MaxABOUT PEOPLE Busiest woman in New York these days is Mrs. Anna (CONTINUKD ON PACK •) M



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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION *ii)iiiion Avenue and Third flrMt, Miami Beach Hdlll MESCHELOFF, Rafebl 711 L"* Avenue Phone 6-132S MAURICE MAMCME6. Center Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21 it Terrace rJewist Hcridiar PAGE FIVE i Holiday Services The closing services of Passover will be held Thursday night, Friday and Saturday. Evening Si rvices will be held at 6:30 p. m. in the Talmud Torah and synagogue buildings. Morning services will be held at 7 a. m. in the Talmud Torah building and at 9 a. m. in the synagogue Sincere Passover Greetings %  % %  I EASTERN APPLE GROWERS Dade County Growers Market building. Rabbi Meseheloff will preach in English Friday morning on: "Whose is the victory?" Memorial Services Yizkor services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 a. m. at the Talmud Torah and synagogue buildings. Rabbi Meseheloff will speak on: "Death or Birth." Junior Services Our Young Israel will conduct Junior services both closing days of Passover in the Talmud Torah building at 9 a. m. Sermonettes will be delivered by children. We wish to compliment the leaders of our Young Israel movement for the constantly increasing attendance and excellence of these Sabbath and holiday youth-services. Parents are invited to visit these services, and are urged to send their children to join them. Our thanks to the Sisterhood and the committee headed by Mrs. F. Brenner for the serving of refreshments to all members of the Junior Congregation at the close of morning services. Synagogue Elections We are happy to announce the re-election of all of our officers for a new term of service. A Sincere Passover Greetings LL General Interior and Exterior Painting and Decorating 3103 N. W. 10th Ave. PHONE 2-8203 Sincere Passover Greetings NORGE CARPENTER SERVICE CO. 623 West Flagler Street PHONES: 3-6164—2-1011 well-attended meeting unanimously re-elected M. B. Frank, president; Harry Wasserman and Marcie Liberman, vice-presidents; A. L. Mechlowitz, secretary; and D. Goldstein, treasurer. We know that under their leadership our congregation will go forth from strength to strength in the interests of our community, young and old, in the tradition of Orthodoxy, and for the benefit of our people everywhere. Sisterhood Election At last week's meeting of our Sisterhood the women re-elected the original slate of officers wth the expression of greatest confidence in and appreciation of the work they have done during the year. Reports on the year's activities were presented. A social program and refreshments followed. School Model Seder A beautiful model seder was presented on Passover eve by the children of our Religious School under the leadership of our Rabbi, Cantor and Miss S. Shpall. Haggadda reading, translations, songs, explanation of the laws, customs and ceremonies of Passover and recitations in English and Yiddish were followed by the partaking of Passover foods and refreshments served by our Sisterhood. A large attendance of adults enjoyed the affair and gained a better knowledge of the excellent work of our Religious School. GOLDMAN TO SEEK PAN-AM UNITY FOR PALESTINE Washington, D. C.—The cementing of a closer bond of friendship between the Jewries of South America and North America and the launching of a united program in behalf of the upbuilding of Palestine, will be among the primary objectives of the six-weeks tour which Dr. Solomon Goldman, former president of the Zionist Organization of America, will make of the continent of South America, it was announced here by Edmund I. Kaufmann, president of the Z. O. A. Dr .Goldman, now vice-president of the Z. O. A., will leave for South America by plane from Miami on Sunday, April 20. His first stop will be at Buenos Aires on April 27, when he will be the guest speaker at the annual convention of the Zionist Federation of Argentina. Acting as personal representative of Mr. Kaufmann. he will bring the NFTS LEADERS REGISTERING FOR BIENNIAL ASSEMBLY Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis of Miami, is among National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods' leaders from all sections of the country who have already registered for the Leaders and Speakers Training Institute scheduled for May 1, in Hotel Statler, Detroit, as the final feature of the 14th Biennial Assembly of NFTS. message of greeting from the present administration of the Zionst Organization of America. Sincere Passover Greetings Frenchy's Beauty Salon "Everythino to Make Milady Beautiful" 201 Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-5666 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers THORNTON SANDWICH CO. 434 S. W. 8th Ave.. Ph. 3-3051 Passover Greetings SAMUEL E. PENTZ INSURANCE ADJUSTER 2901 Ponce de ueon Blvd. Coral Gable*. Fla. Phone 4.9978 Home Phone 4-4027 Fire. Tornado, Casualty Automobile and Compensation Legal Education Practical Construction Knowledge Sincere Passover Greetings MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 JajfS [Alka-Seltzer I And They S.y It With eSmilel Do the members of YOUR family ay thUT ; H not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltxe* • thorough triaL All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want It; In your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refuna she purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than rou think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or SmLnSSXi v.,, covers its use in all conditions listed DerSa£a low. (U. on Stomach. Add Indl^^HjjuJbam, -Momlnf After". %  %  "£ %  *"* *"" rSta, Headache, Distress of CoWs, as a Garjie in Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer Passover Greetings PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 Sincere Passover Greetings Biscoyne Pharmacy 2841 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 2-3292 % TyGUST BROS/R^ If* Is the BEST.' **, Passover Greetings NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. Established 1923 A. Kronenfeld, Prop. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS We Buy. Sell and Exchange Ph. 7.2427 77 N. W. 36th St. Sincere Passover Greetings Schroeder's Tamiami Florist "The Pioneer Trail Florist" 3219 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-3033 Sincere Passover Greetings EASTERN UNDERWRITERS CO.. Inc. 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-6165 Sincere Passover Greetings WILLIAM SHANKLIN Coral Gables. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings CARTER ELECTRIC SERVICE Electric Motor Repairing 2500 S. W. PHONE 27th Ave. 4-9525 Sincere Passover Greetings FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. Inc. 246 N. W. 29th Street PHONE 3-2906 Sincere Passover Greetings BABCOCKLAMONT COMPANY 3014 Coral Way PHONE 4-2539 We Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to Our Friends Through the Holy Days of Passover : : : : • 2052 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-8382 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS MYERS ELECTRIC CO. 235 Alhambra Circle Phone 4-2878 CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANK 0. PRUITT, INC INSURANCE 938 du PONT BLDG. BONDS PH. 2-4036 Sincere Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends and Customers for A HAPPY PASSOVER BELL BAKERIES SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES 259 N. W. Fourth Street. Miami. Florida Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our Many Friends and Customers PERRY'S DAIRY 626 N. W. 10TH STREET PHONE 2-7221 TO JEWRY .... EVERYWHERE BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER R. T. JEFFRIES of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY • •; %  .{ i 1



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PAGE SIX *Jewlstncrl(Han FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 194] B'nai B'rith Notes By MILTON FRIEDMAN I hope that each and every one of you had a very pleasant Passover and that the Sedar services v. ere as beautiful as ever with only happiness prevailing. Last week this article mentioned the splendid anniversary banquet of the Miami A. Z. A. chapter. In my copy the name of Sam Silver appeared as one of the speakers. However his name was omitted in the printed edition. This is by way of apology. At our recent Lodge meeting a letter was read from the Auxiliary wherein they requested representation on the executive committee of the Lodge. Everyone having any experience in organization work knows that an auxiliary can be and usually is a very valuable asset. It was only natural therefore for the Lodge to decide in favor of the request. Hereafter the Auxiliary will be privileged to send three ladies to our officers meetings There is a great deal of news to present to you but one item is most important. I refer to that splendid social affair that is in Have Your Eyes Examined by DR. KEENE &W& KEEN SIGHT 221-223 Seybold Building PHONES 2-7681—2-7682 Sincere Passover Greetings SYDNEY L MOORE Wholesale Lumber 319 Congress Building PHONE 2-4421 "I hate to leave Florida, but it's great, riding on the FLORIDA SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONED TO THE MIDWEST -Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit Through reclining-seat coach to Detroit. Direct route. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost — in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car. Dining car. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 173 E. Filter St, Miami, fsft 3-S3S-L T. W. Lacfcatt, A.C.P.A. SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW fORK CENTRAL SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM 1 store for each and every one of us this coming Tuesday night. April 22. at the Mahi Shrine lemple, 1415 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The committee headed by Al Mechlowitz has gone to great lengths to be able to guarantee an outstanding event in the calendar of activities of the lodge. There will be danoing to the music of a good band for those who enjoy the art of terpsichore. and whether you dance or not there will be plentiful refreshments both liquid and substantial. In addition there will be ithi r features to amuse everyone: Games will be played and—well. I think that is all of the activities %  that will be mentioned here. You will have to come to appreciate it. Best of all. I might add. is that the dancing is free, and the refreshments are free. The only charge is an admission of one dollar per couple or fifty cents Der person. That is exactly what I mean, fifty cents each, what a bargain! Only B'nai B'rith could give you an evening like that. Incidentally, any type of dress is permissable. so come comfortable and be prepared to enjoy yourself. Come in slacks, come in tux (comfortable?), but just come. No doubt you know that the proceeds from this affair will be used to partially (very partially) defray the transportation expenses of our delegates to the Dist. Convention to be held in Washington the middle of May. Bro. Ike Levin is president of the District and in order to keep up the great prestige of Sholem Lodge and in respect to Bro. Ike we should send up a large delegation prepared to make itself felt on the floor of the convention. Therefore.if you have the COMPLIMENTS of ROBERT LEWIN interest of the lodge at heart call your correspondent immediately at 3-5721 or the B'nai B'rith office 3-0751, or Al Mechlowitz. 3-5931 for tickets. Our secret service has unearthed the news that Asheville will put in a bid for the next Dist. convention. Sholem had previously thought of putting in a bid but changed its mind. Bro. S. B. Miller will probably want to go to Wash, now so that he can vote in favor of Asheville because that is his home town. At the request of the refugee resettlement group in Miami the pres. appointed Benj. Meyer as our representative to this organization. Arnold Rubin was named as alternate It seems such a shame that our members permit themselves to become delinquent in dues. We know that if they are approached they pay because they know that the funds go to so many worthwhile causes. Brothers, why wait until someone has to comt calling at your office or home for money. Send your check in iirmediately to the office in the Seybold building. Your dues are distributed to the anti-defamation league, the A. Z. A.. Hillcl. refugee resettlement, hospitals, the publication of the National Jewish Monthly. the emergency fund and countless other branches of B'nai B'rith. Bro. Goldstrom heads a committee in charge of the collection of delinquencies. Please cooperate with him and pay up before he iias to send someone around to see you. Bro.Goldstrom's assistants are: Ike Levin, Ernest Sussman, Alex Cohen, and Max Hoffman. Again Bro. Rudy Adler has increased the membership rolls of the lodge. He and his committee on membership brought in quite a batch of applications at the last meeting. Keep up the good work. Having become so excited about the social affair I almost forgot to express through the medium of this column my sincere thanks to Mrs. Jennie Rotfort for the excellent guest column she wrote for me a week ago. Remember, my faithful readers (am I too optomistic), this column is open to anyone who desires to express himself through the press. We had the opportunity at our last meeting to hear a talk by the Hon. Joe Mitchell Chappie of Boston. Thus far, thank goodness, the speakers at our meetings have proved interesting, and together with the regular business has made our meetings most enjoyable. Attendance is excellent too so it looks like another banner year. Passover Greetings HAWKINS RUG CO. 60 N. E. 39th St. PHONE 7-6398 Sincere Passover Greetings NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH Sincere Passover Greetings to All My Jewish friends T. L. LOWRIE Sincere Passover Greetings KANTRO NURSERY 31SS S. W. 23rd Street Passover Greetings OGDEN SCOTT, Inc. APPAREL FOR MEN and WOMEN Great Barrington, Mass. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. Passover Greetings W. F. WICKERTS ART STONE SHOP 326 323 N. W. 54th Street Miami. Florida PHONE 7-5526 Sincere Passover Greetings ROYAL AUTO PARTS 6160 N. W. 27th Ave. PHONE 7-4722 COMPLIMENTS of L. W. M. I. ROSENGARTEN "Miami's Pioneer Furrier" Phone 3-4591 118 S. Miami Ave. MIAMI FLORIDA Cleaning Glazing Repairing Remodelling CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE VAULTS Absolute Protection JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN Due to unfortunate circumstances the Donors Dinnes scheduled for this Sunday evening has been indefinitely postponed. However, do not bee too disappointed and here is some good news for all. We are very fortunate in being able to get the Wofford Hotel again for our May Day Dance on May 25. There will be the usual coronation ceremony and other novel entertainment. Further details will be given next week. The regular meeting of Junior Hadassah will be held on Monday evening. April 21 at the Grossinger Hotel 1701 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. A cor dial invitation is extended to al, our friends and members to attend this meeting. Sincere Passover Greetings TUT AN MOTORS 216 Minorca Ave. PHONE 4-7641 Sincere Passover Greetings JUDGE HENRY L. OPPENBORN Sincere Passover Greetings SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE COMPANY 1701 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-1219 To Jewry Everywhere We extend best wishes for a Happy Passover FAIRGLADES DAIRY Kendall. Florida PHONE 4-6771 TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS WE EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS THE TEPEE CLUB Tamiami Trail at 57th Avenue NO COVER • NO MINIMUM BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY 235 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-0541 MR. FOSTER'S STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING We Make Prompt Deliveries PASSOVER GREETINGS FRANK S. EVANS CO.. Inc. PHONE 7-1131 7005 Biscayne Boulevard Miami. Florida "Now is the Proper Time to Order Your Fall Furniture' REPAIRING AND REFINISHING SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS NEHI BOTTLING BOMPANY 538 N. W. 24th Street Phone 3-6287 WATERSYSTEMS, INC SUBDIVISION WATER SYSTEMS LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS REPAIRS AND SERVICE Worthington Pumps Swimming Pools. Wells Phone 4-2673 2504 Coral Way Best Wishes for a Happy Passover Y'S NEWS SAM CLARK, Prop. 535 West Avenue Directly Opposite Floridian Avenue MIAMI BEACH Cigars Magazines



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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, RaM>l Rabbi'* RMMfNMI 1823 S. W. 14th Terrafcs Phene 8-SISfl HO 8. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TOBAH 15*5 s w. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon_ 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 8:00 a. m. Closing Dayi of Passover Friday and Shabbos, April 18 and 19, the concluding days of +Jeist>tkjrkMar PAGE SEVEN Candidates Endorsed by "Believers in Miami" ALEXANDER ORR, Jr. I. D. MacVICAR HUGH P. EMERSON PASSOVER GREETINGS Norton & McCormick Linen Marking, Felt and Chenille Lettering 610 N. E. Second Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA We Extend Our Sincere Passover Greetings to All Our Jewish Patrons and Friends : : : : THE BLUE DERBY 7-H AVENUE and THE TRAIL • FINE BREAKFASTS • DELICIOUS LUNCHES • SUPERB DINNERS COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE PHONE 2-9315 Passover will be observed with appropriate services in our synagogue. The Shabbos schedule of services will be maintained on both days with Shochris beginning at 9 a. m. and Mincha at 5:30 p. m. Yiskor Services On Shabbos morning. April 19 the last day of Passover, the traditional Yiskor services will be held at 11 a. m. Those who have entered the names of their dear ones in the memorial book of life, the Chevra Mishna will have the Kol Rachmim recited for them. Sermon Schedule Rabbi Kellner will preach both PASSOVER GREETINGS REYES RIDING STABLE Phone 8-2968 Special Rates SADDLE HORSES AND PONIES FOR HIRE 329 Royal Poinciana Blvd. MIAMI SPRINGS SJUXXUA Miami fyewi&A QemeteAy, AblcMUaUon AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ Chairman of Burial Committot, (or theServices of the Chevra Kadlsha and All Other Jewish Rttee,. All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrangements Courteously Furnished Without Charge. mornings of the concluding days in English and both afternoons in Yiddish. The topics will be: Friday morning, "Past and Future." Shabbos morning, "The Hope of Immortality." Friday afternoon, 'The Song of Songs." Shabbos afternoon, "Concluding Sentiments." Congratulations We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Goldglanz (nee Sylvia Rosenberg) who were united in holy wedlock by Rabbi Kellner on Thursday last. May the Lord bless them with happiness and long life. Talmud Torah Regular classes are continuing in the Talmud Torah. Parents are urged to realize that it is vitally necessary for their children to gain a true knowledge of their cultural traditions and heritage, which is so essential for a spiritual balance. The Habonoth Buds are preparing for their Shevous program and parts for the play have been given out. The meeting day has been changed to every Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Girls between the ages of 9-12 are welcome to attend meetings. We Wish to Extend the Hand of Fellowship to Our Many Friends and Customers During the Holy Days of Passover M c C R 0 R Y S FIVE & TEN CENT STORE 23 East Flogler Street MIAMI. FLORIDA For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation %  IA5&E FEMKAL ** m§ MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $5,600,000 J. M. LIPTON. President Sincere Passover Greetings to My Many Jewish Friends LAW'S TRANSFER 555 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 2-5792 HEAR BETTER • WORK BETTER Question CAN I HEAR BETTER WITH RADIOEAR Answer ... Thousands do! We are sure that after you have worn Radioear for a few minutes, you, too, will agree that today's VACUUM-TUBE Radioear brings you the kind of hearing you want. You owe it to yourself to get all the facts about Radioear. Ask for free booklet. Acceptaa by Council on Physical TherapyAmerican Medical Auoaatnm VIOLET J. HOWSON 209 CONGRESS BLDG. PHONE 3-2100 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers M. W. WOOD WOOD'S GENERAL AUTO REPAIR 1128 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-9224 Sincere Passover Greetings to My Many Friends HERMAN WALL Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-4149 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Customers SEAFOOD GRILL THOS. B. FLINGOS. Mgr. 10 S. Miami Ave Ph 2-9528 I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Many Jewish Friends Through the Holy Days of Passover E. W. F. STIRRUP. JR. Real Estate. Rentals and Sales 3242 Charles Ave Ph. 4-5664 Passover Greetings to All JOHN A. MATHEWS 620 Security Blda. Miami, Fla. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not belna; 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. 6th St. Pleas* Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartx. 2-7138 Mrs. Morris Dublar. 6-1517 Mrs Hairy Kaufman, 5-4209 Jewish Welfare Office, 3.5377 Mrs. Mayer Schwartz, 2.1164 snd they will b* called far Sincere Passover Greetings MR. and MRS. H, E .KISER RISER DRILLING CO. 401 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 2-7176 We wish to extend the hand of fellowship to our many frienda and customers through the Holy Days nf Passover I MRS. T. D. DUNN 14 K SHOP 610 Lincoln Road PHONE 6-6267 Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No Mere OBTAINABLE BVBRYWHBRB IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PMODUCTS OalMM Corned Beef 37th Pieitted. and tin Ave. and Sincere Passover Greetings RHODE VACUUM CLEANER CO. M. KLEINER. Manager 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 37838 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Frienda and Cuatomers LaFRANCE CLEANERS & DYERS PHONE 7.4189 %  6z£t4sin>i4 III III IH III I Invites Your Favorable Consideration of Alexander Hugh P. I. D. ,uR. For Election As City Commissioners Alter canvassing the entire list of candis dates, the Board of Governors recommends s unanimously these men, certain ihey will: INSTALL true city manager government GET you most for your tax dollar INSTITUTE business methods and ELIMINATE political expediency CLEAN UP the police situation FOSTER needful improvements STOP waste of city monies PROVIDE proven business ability HALT rising municipal costs RESIST selfish, vested interests ADHERE to the city charter —Paid Political Advt. I M % 



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PAGE EIGHT •Jmisti ncrkJian FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's FIOBMT Cwiimtlii) 1M N. W. Third A.wui MAX SHAPIRO, (UbW 4t* ft. W. itth Roid Offle* Phon* 1-1471 M.i.1. Ftm t-2171 Prmannt Calendar Daily Service* 7 :30 a.m. Evening Service! 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning __ 8:30 a. m. Hebrew School daUy_ 3:15-8:15 Sunday School 1 0:00 am Jr. Cong. Saturdays .-10:10 a Rn. Late Friday Evening Services 8:15 p. m. The concluding days of the festival of Passover will be ushered in Thursday evening, April 18, at sunset, and will terminate Saturday evening, April 19, at sunset. The most solemn moment of the observance will be reached when the Yiscor, or memorial prayer is recited for the MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM 2147 S W. 8th St.. Miami PHONE 2-5922 Chicken a la Maxwell, Ten. derloin Steak, Chop*, Seafood and Daily Specials. Sunday Special Turkey Dinner BREAKFAST — LUNCHEON DINNER 50c departed ones, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Preceding the memorial services, Rabbi Max Shapiro will discuss the subject, "Life Beyond—?" Friday morning the Rabbi w ; ll speak in Yiddish, on "The End is Near." Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the liturgic melodies. Junior Congregation It was certainly very inspiring to note the unusually large attendance of boys and girls at both services the first two days of Passover. If for no other reason than the brilliant enthusiasm and interest shown by our children for matters pertaining to Judaism, members and contributors who have "Sichlyos", intelligence, will realize "Dayanu" that is sufficient. That all energy expounded by them is definitely worth while. Special services will be conducted by the Junior Congregation Friday and Saturday mornings at 10:30 o'clock. Iladio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30. He will discuss the subject "Good Will on Earth." Refuah Shlaema We hope and pray to the Almighty that He send an immediate and permanent cure to the members of our Sisterhood, who are convalescing at their homes. Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mrs. Isador Langner. Nochum Avaelim May the Almighty assuage the pain of the widow and children of Jacob Rubin, at the loss of their beloved husband and father, and a member of our Congregation. Also to Albert Quadow, at the untimely loss of his beloved sister. May their souls be bound up in the bond of eternal life. 'f'" *!*r* w "W"'"l "J^*" *' %  "* %  %  T>rv^ ";^'< ;'V %  ;r*yy*'-*-?— presents a NEW SERVICE CARS on America's Most Famous Streamliner THE SILVER METEOR TO WASHINGTON, NEW YORK THE TRAIN OF PERSONAL SERVICE StewardeM-nur*ts, train passenger agent*, dining car stewards, train and Pullman conductor;, car attendants, Pullman porters. SERVICE AND DEPARTURES EFFECTIVE AMU 27TH SPEED I 24 hn. 55 mins. to New York 20 hrs. 4 5 mint, to Washington In addition to the new sleeping car service on the Silver Meteor which includes sections, compartments, drawing rooms, and bedrooms, tinfamous train will have ultra-modern coaches, three lonnge cars (for roach and Pullman passengers)—tavern, buffet and observation—with radio entertainment. Two dining cars—breakfast 501, lonrheon and dinner 60c. All reservations on the Silver Meteor must be made in advance. Smooth riding. Diesel-electric locomotives are to be added to other Seaboard trains. Leave Miami 10:20 A.M. daily. • SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL 1 HOURS, IS MINUTIS FASTER TO NEW YORK 1 HOURS, 15 MINUTES EASTER TO WASHINGTON —than during Winter season. Reclining-seat coaches, sleeping, dining, lounge ears. Air conditioned. Iv. Miami 10:30 A. M. dolly Consult Ticket Agsnt or T. W. luck.tl, A.G P A., 173 E. Ftagltr St., Miami, tail 3 8391 Go Modern-Go SEABOARD T OFF GOVERNMENT E Vichy (WNS)—The determination expressed by Xavicr Vallat, recently appointed commissioner general for Jewish Questions, to eliminate Jews from French public life ncared reality with the announcement that 80 additional Jews had been discharged from their government posts. A list of 59 Jews whose citizenship had been revoked was also published. Vallat, who recently referred to French Jews as a "hostile minority," has speeded enforcement of the anti-Jewish regulations and announced a stricter interpretation of the anti-Jewish statute. Vallat indicated his future policy towards French Jews when he said: "The Jewish problem, already grave before the war, is no less grave today. We must decide whether an unethical minority which cannot be easily assimilated and which has done nothing to assimilate itself shall continue to be master of the country and govern it according to principles which however well-suited to its mentality are contrary to ours. Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends I. C. HICKSON & CO. 207 E. Flagler St. Ph. 26873 Sincere Passover Greetings to My Many Friends JOSEPH M. CHEETHAM ST R CT L Y L Tidbits from Everywhere hj PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 4) Rosenberg ... In addition to holding down her main job, that of Regional Social Security Director, she Berves as coordinator of Latin-American cultural and commercial relations for the Rockefeller Commission, is a member of the State and City Defense Councils, sits on the Mayor's strike committee, and acts as a regional coordinator of health, welfare and related activities affecting national defense Columnist Leonard Lyons quotes Emil Ludwig to the effect that General von Milch, Nazi air chieftain, is a relative of his It seems that Ludwig's mother and the general's father were first cousins When confronted with this imputation of "impurity" of his blood, von Milch is ..aid to have replied proudly: "I am positive that my blood is pure—because my mother told mo that I was not her husband's son" George Jessel sure is coming up in the world Only recently he delivered a lecture on public speaking to a class at Harvard University Which, we suppose, makes him a college professor—something you should remember the next time you laugh at his antics Bandleader Meyer Davis enjoys the distinction of being the only man in the world who ever ordered 325 tuxedos all at once But. then, ordinary mortals don't have 325 oand members to order tuxedos for. Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. PHONE 44240 FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS "Compare Our Prices and Quality" LOANS SAVINGS SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Loans Made From $50 to $5,000 REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES Members oi Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK THE BANK FOR THE INDIVIDUAL 46 WEST FLAGLER STREET I'm Preparing for My Sons Exam i. : nwwi-nm m 1m, Nik, a, „,„„ w> Unv, fn.ni r 1,1 ,i ,,„ m Mo i, •n ... MM • i„v>., Iaa mt mtuaium I M tauital .1 M.I lla M an u n, umln i mw ttif.i!c iv* il ttm tmtmut MfcnuiM • nu r „,;.-. a mrMa% %  MM), fcm .-*., ecu!, It PI.* tw at.* '• m MUW ttfrei lillm It..r.wt. I M Rrwtrk* hr %  > MI i HMW r Mkf Uiikiku ptMtr at am*, (lartlMt liett !• itnir IT. BM4 lliht Mlai %  (Ml (rriM, |M Ml. Ut it'i l-i "1.1." %  CkMk TMT Ml) liaily-i lijJKiif Mm trtiy i Mlltr Hill. M it • It lir yw FREE wi'll I Hre tkn an M Mat MklMtM' M twtltti tyt itrala. Utar Mt.mkMw.iiiitHiriMkMMlilMtrkltTUtMM. 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F RIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL +Jewislinoridlia,n PAGE NINE 1I7 N. E. 1th rnt Offics Phons 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6691. Indian Creek Drive—MM Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, April 18, 8:15 p m. Guest speaker at the service will be Rev. Roger Squire of the Grace Methodist Church in Miami. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Sabbath Morning Service Saturday morning, April 19, at 11 a .m. Congregational participation. Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical portion. Passover Greetings Sunoco Service Station George Knowles 407 N. E. 13th St., Ph. 2-9293 • Sincere Passover Greetings KENT CLEANERS & LAUNDERERS. INC. 1403 N. W. 7th Ct. PHONE 3-0753 Sincere Passover Greetings to Our Many Jewish Friends and Customers YOUNG'S SERVICE STATION 475 41st St. Ph. 5-9134 Sincere Passover Greetings CECIL'S BODY WORKS Body and Fender Repairing Welding, Truck and Body Building Now Located at 172 M. W. 21st Street Phone 2-0473 Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject "Pity the Persecutor." Members of the Confirmation class attend the service. Parents and friends are cordially invited. Sisterhood Elects Officers The congratulations of our Temple and affiliated organizations are hereby extended to the officers and board members of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel who were elected at the Annual Sisterhood meeting held on April 7. The following is the list of officers: Mrs. Mux Steuer. president;Mrs. J. G. Lewis, 1st vicepresident; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. 2nd vice-president; Mrs. Sam Luby. financial secretary; Mrs. Harry Rubin, treasurer; Mrs. Manuel Joseloff, recording secretary; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor. Members of the board of directors for the Sisterhod for the coming year are: Mrs. Benj. E. Bronston. Mrs. H. I. Homa, Mrs. Sam'l Katz, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Philip Wcinstein, Mrs. Jos. Weintraub, Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, Mrs. Hclene Williams, Mrs. Sam Zinkow. The Installation Luncheon of the Sisterhood will take place on May 19 with Mrs. Max Orovirz as chairman of Luncheon arrangements, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, toastmistress; and Mrs. Helene Williams, installing officer. 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 names of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Jacob Rubin, father of Harry Rubin and Morris Rubin; Harris Ruskin, father of Dan B. Ruskin. Yahrzeits: Johanna Bessie Miller, mother of David P. Miller and Harry A. Miller; Abraham Schwartzberg, father of Mrs. Harry Medoff; Marcia Lasky, mother of Mrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. Sam Sable; Harriet Scheffreen Mathews, sister of Mrs. M. L. Marcus; Rachel Weitz, mother of Max Weitz; Cevia LeVine, mother of Benj. LeVine; Meyer Lewis Cowen, father of Morris L .Cowen: Abraham Feldman, father of William Feldman and Mrs. Max Solomon; Marcus L. Brock, father of Mrs. J. G. Coleman; Minnie Mendelson, mother of Roslyn Mendelson; Jacob Plant, father of Morris Plant; Lee Harburger, husband of Mrs. Sara Harburger. Floral offering this week by Mrs. Ray Mendelson, in memory of Minnie Mendelson. Gift to the Temple in memory of Lee Harburger. QUISLING THREATENS TO REVIVE ANTI-JEWISH LAW Stockholm (WNS)—Major Vidkun Quisling, who betrayed Norway to the Nazis and was rewarded by being named Feuhrer of that occupied country, told Swedish journalists in a press interview that he plans to revive the Norwegian law of marly 100 years ago forbidding Jews to enter Norway. Quisling declared that he was determined to emulate Nazi leaders in G( rmany and Austria by emptying Norway of its entire Jewish population. MIAMI BEACH COMMUNITY CENTER and CONGREGATION JACOB JOSEPH • 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its tucce upon the continued cooperation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as """""The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. The congregation will hold memorial services 10 a. m. Saturday morning, the last day of Passover. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will be the guest speaker. Regular services for the last days of Passover will start Thursday evening with services at 6:30. Services Friday and Saturday morning will start at 9 a. m., Friday and Saturday afternoon services at 5 p. m. The public is invited to attend. BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL oi„n every week in the year and Kunilnv Sessions beh'in Sunday morning. October 20. HMO, ending Sunday morning. Hay 16th. 1M41. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. 11. A. bowlliiK caraeH. SECOND MONDAY every month, rcsular meeting of Senior Hadaajah. SECOND AND FOURTH MoNliAY of each month, regular meeting of Ladles Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans and also Freda Markowlts Poet. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division, American JewIsh Congress FOURTH MONDAY every month. board meeting. Senior Hadaaaah. EVERY TUESDAY M< IRNINO—Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Cleasei benefit lied Cross, at Kaplan Hall. SECOND TCKRDAY EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting, 8:no p. m. nt Center, Kui-lld Avc. and 14th SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge li'nal lirith. APRIL 20—Hadassah Business and Professional Group luncheon and Beach party. Shelbourne Hotel, 11 a. m. 21—Jewish Welfare Bureau, regular meeting. 23—Y. W. H. A. book review. 27—Bingo Game, Y.M.-Y.W.H.A. FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Home .for Jewish Children. Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroomu. EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kapyan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Croupe at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B'nal B'rith bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:20 p. m. EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY evenings. 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A. I'.isketball and Dance EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotfsons home. 1059 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 30—Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. Information Please Program. MAY 2—National Council Jewish Women closing forum luncheon. 7—National Council Jewish Women election meeting, Morris Bros. Dept. Store. 20—National Council Jewish Women installation luncheon. ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT OF "MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE" RESENTMENT STILL MOUNTS AGAINST WEEKLY PAPER The original manuscript of the famous hymn. 'My Country "Tis of Thee," which featured an exhibit held at the Drake Hotel. Chicago, in connection with the national triennial convention of B'nai B'rith. Passover Greetings SMITH'S Boulevard Pharmacy Cor. 79th St. St Biscayne Blvd PHONE 7-5567 PRESCRIPTIONS Films—Soda Fountain Cut Rate Drugs FREE DELIVERY Miami. Florida f**q. LEW M. CISCO TRANSFER •We are only as far away as your telephone" CALL 25411 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER ZISSEN'S BOWERY "ALWAYS A FUNHOUSE" 1749 N. Miami Ave. Sincere Passover Greetings WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES Artificial Leather. Seat Coven Upholstering N A. WHITTENBURG 1246 N. E. 1st Ave.. Ph. 2-8024 Sincere Passover Greeting. LEONARD T. WILSON WILSON ROOFING CO. 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE Any Kind or Type Roofing Applied or Repaired 1M0 Alton Road ""• -* London (WNS)—While independent London newspapers and members of Parliament demanded that the British government suppress the violently anti-Jewish weekly, 'Jestem Polakem," published by the nationalist Polish refugees here, it was learned that right-wing Polish refugees urged Gen Wladislaw Sikorski to refrain from making a public statement in America with regard to the attitude of post-war Poland towards the Jews. The interview between the anti-Semitic Polish refugees and the Polish premier occurred shortly before Gen Sikorski departed for Canada and the United States. At that time, it was reported, Gen. Sikorski rejected the suggestion and said that he would acquaint American Jews with his future policies. Meanwhile, Col. Josiah Wedgwood, S. S. Silverman, Philip Noel-Baker and D. L. Lipson, all members of parliament, took the fight to the house of commons where they demanded that steps be taken to suppress the antiJewish publication. Sincere Passover Greetings S. Ernest Philpitt & Son 36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5181 Sincere Passover Greetings CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS CORP. 1201 N. W. 1st Ave.. Ph. 3-1234 Sincere Passover Greetings SOUTHERN LIGHTING SUPPLIES 847 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-5123 Sincere Passover Greetings Kirkham Jewelry & Optical Company Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-4647 p^TtJFA Sincere Passover Greetings BOULEVARD CLUB 8600 Biscayne Blvd. Sincere Pattover Greetings HENRY H. POHL. Inc. Diatributora for GRAY DIESEL MOTORS 410 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-1577 Season's Greetings to Our Jewish Friends and Patrons BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP JOHN ADAMS and SON 618 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2260 Sincere Passover Greetings CLEMMER'S PHARMACY 7100 Collins Ave. PHONE 6-2421 Sincere Passover Greetings MR. and MRS. SAMUEL RUBIN HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE STOMACH TROUBLE NEURITIS Correct the Cause With Scientific CHIROPRACTIC DR. MICHAEL GERSHON Palmer Chiropractor 202-3 Lincoln Drexel Bldg. on Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Sincere Passover Greetings r



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PAGE TEN %  JeniUncrkliar FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941 7 he ADL News Service WILLIAM L BOZEBMAN >--ecror FLORIDA REGIONAL CmCE AMT1 CEPAMAHOM LEAGUE OF BNAI BRTTB —.z -". tr.e "..•" '%  %  ': whom l—.-ed and a., the others We fcr.-.-A tr.at :.'.•; p.-.: =crrv.v! ..-.£ people wbc toed the road to : ji .. that •'• • zr -r stand:: Cr^.?; that J I •'and :that th 7 ennan %  -i, 1 course, if we stop tc think A ir-; at aJ that 1 %  '. k In Polai ish for man; ITS. And rr.rr i ui-:d :: = suffer together Only kept 1 came %  • • • -.. JS from i did not £* light They r.&^ .--. A "-'%  --= earned thr igz ittei defeat % % %  %  that Catbcbc u J must live %  %  • I %  %  %  %  %  |• %  together t • %  %  -" %  : tery • >: : : Lynx Mi _. U earn, children to provide for ind ~u=: often have felt too busy to leave the forge &.--: the loom to listen to the stranger preaching at the city I It •-. lean Hen ants• 3 -.:%  UveJ in: grows It :; and the H ;•• Wt k -. the \ tnt ,. rf 5^: Easter that has ever Justic „ M-.7.":::^rr_= : rants tc fewer audiences Pelley .-. America igate We car. be sorry that tr.e;. nd his Silver Shirts an a;-:;: '. : %  i :: %  -::%  of the CrucifixioB held tragic ; r g:v .,-...... £ .. .. ^ a : --1..-. it.-. -. : fee the -v.! : I .-.e =•_-..-.a.r .... --; -.;• some •• %  .-. _i.. 'rr ..v Christians as a hisr. re a-..-.-. but we Passcrer Greetings GROVER W. HODGE Sincere Passorer Greetings BORING'S USED CARS 2300 N. W. 7th Arenue PHONE 2-6319 -. .heard the good tidings. bu1 • -.cannot justly make them -.their descendants share the terribli I -irden which that small gr^u.L -.-: -t.r.g at night assumed. It :s a!, clear enough m the Gospeh But :: the source of the evil :_= not in the Gospels, it must c:r. the way the story has been interpreted to us through the centuries and in our own times. And %  '. we listen to the sermons in Lent, we can understand how it happens Our priests do not intend to arouse hostility, but they are themselves so moved by sorrow and shame for humanity, that sometimes they do not watch their words to guard dealing with a war borne infec. against misinterpretation. They *• but with the same deep are so anxious that we should i malady which has broklur.a* r.-tar.d and truly appreciate en out in Europe at intervals J the Sacrifice which redeemed ever ind the Middle Ages, acus. that they dwell on every companying Christianity like a aspect of His suffering. Some distorted shadow The men who receive the lesson the priest in tried to rise to power on this tends to convey and are conare all that .; antiSemitism rganizec an-: .-. .. at a year ago. it • .= r.tt '.-.-; %  %  vter.s:-. : j pread faster underp ind •."ar. it did in the open. and the miasma r.. most kely r.laces The of th%  ... even after its anti-democratic uses have been exposed again and again suggests that we are not Sincere Passorer Greetings ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. W. 51st St. PHONE 7-1855 Passorer Greetings THE HOME OWNERS PROTECTIVE LEAGUE INC. J. C. WOMBLE. Pres. 744 N. W. 54th Street PHONE 7-9312 hatred did not create it: they used something latent in us So. if we are ever to rid of the evil, we must trace it to its source. Since anti-Semitism is almost as old as Christianity, it would seem that the source is in the Gospels themselves. But the Gospeis have no ground for hatred of the Jews. The story is sumed with the desire to follow the Way to a better life; but others, perhaps more ignorant and suggestible, are moved to hatred rather than to good works. They may not go out and smash windows in Jewish shops, or cry "Christ Killer" after a Rabbi: but the hostility has been created. It is there ready to apclear Our Lord divided the. Pa r later in distrust and antagJewish people, as He would di\ onism: it is there always ready vide any people among whom : to come to life at the call of the He might appear, as He would demagogue. divide America today Beside the majority who never heard His rr %  .-. %  :. % %  .: % % %  _--. %  •, .-.This hideous evil of Catholic anti-Semitism comes from interpretation and not from the Gosthe cares of the small farms and pels; with resolution and care we may hope to see an end to it in time. The healing of the old wound is in the hands of our priests. They can cure it. if they will, and surely they will as soon as they realize how Sincere Passorer Greetings NICHOLAS NORDONE Agent For RICHMOND SCREW ANCHOR CO., INC. Concrete Form Ties 40 N. E. 22nd St.. Ph. 2-3314 workshops of homes and children, and kept conservatively the old ways, as our people would, there were two groups. • %  %  were the callous rich, the powerful who feared for their | p ? wer : '" 0Ci *Uy prominent j strangely some of our people .;'"• "'" %  '" %  >: %  '' %  %  -"•"-'--n-.placmisuse their teaching. Then all '';"-' %  -'Ihey condemned over the world we shall live in H: "*•''"' •'•'-'-''-'•-:•• de-! peace with our elder brothers in ny .--. teaching today Ithe religion, the Jews." other group quite as truly Jew%  ; ; U Erst were His folers the poor the outcast, the mselfi b rich the learned looking for light Indeed we a:: know t:-.at the Twelve were Jews not Judas OBT OPENS A NEW WAY OF LIFE B a A from commercial and professional pursuits, these young peopkand adults are being trained in the ORT school m Budapest. Hungary, to earn a livelihood in productive This is a class in the manufacture of leather goods—pocketbooks, brief cases, and the like. Hunearv is one of the eight European countries where ORT provides industrial and agricultural training and supervises workshops. This work is supported by the American ORT Federation. PALM BEACH NOTES I j MRS. i 1 MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark announce the birth of a son, Robert Louis. April 11. at \he Good Samaritan Hospital. Rev Kanter has arrived from Buffalo. N. Y. to act as Orthodox Shochet here. Rev. and Mrs Kanter and daughter are residing at 535 Fem street. Concluding services for Pesach under Rabbi Manuel Greenstein at Temple Beth El are announced for Friday and Saturday mornings at 9 a. m. with "Hazkorath n'Shumos" Saturday morning at 10 a. m. Friday and Thursday evening prayers also will take place at 7:45. Miss Madeleine Halpern has returned to her studies at F. S. W. C. in Tallahassee after a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern. O. P. Groner was elected president of Temple Beth Israel at a recent election. Private Joe Glasser has returned to his post with forces at Camp Blanding after visiting his father and mother. Mr. and Mrs Jacob Glasser. Ira Levin has returned to his studies at the U. of Florida after a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash have as their guest. Mrs. Barash's mother. Mrs. J. Salzman of Jacksonville. We Wish to Extend the Hand of Fellowship to Our Many Friends and Customers Through the Holy Days of Passover EZELL AUTO CO. We Repair All Makes of Cars 24 N. W. 4th STREET PHONE 2-6504 Passorer Greetings LEON'S BAKERY 2416 Ponce de Leon Bird. PHONE 4-5166 The office of the Anti-Defamation League is located at 617 Seybold Building, Miami phone 3-6306. All Florida communities are invited to avail themselves of the services offered by the organization and to consult on matters of an anti-defamatory nature. PASSOVER GREETINGS SOUTHERN ELECTRIC COMPANY LIGHTING 'F!X-LRES. SUPPLIES AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Affiliate Florida Air Gontr-,1 S/tem Sales and Service 1C23 5th Street. Miami Beach, Fla. PHONE 5-2536 DAYTONA BEACH The Judah P. Benjamin Lodge I No. 1059. B'nai B'rith of Daytona Beach elected officers for the coming year at a meeting recently. Elected to serve the organization were president, Leo Epstein; v.oe president, Albert -:"--I William Goldberg; secretary. Simon Reed; monitor. Louis Ossmsky; guardian, William Sirken; warden, Louis Goldman; assistant monitor, Jules N'ass. Congregation Beth Israel held a seder at the Laubeer Villa. Palm Beach. Don't Forget!—Saturday is the last day that you may register to vote in the May election. Passorer Greetings KNIGHT'S PACKAGE STORE 1601 S. W. 8th St.. Ph. 3-4181 Sincere Paaaover Greetings House Closing & Maintenance Co. -Let Li Keep Yjur Home Safe and Clean While You're Awa$" L. B. GREEN. Prop. 456 41tt Street Phone 5-4521 MIAMI BEACH Sincere Passover Greetings I. C. AUTO SUPPLY CO. 3527 N.W. 17th Art„ Ph. 2-3933 Sincere Passover Greetings To My Many Customers and Friends JOHNNY JO DOUGHNUT SHOP 20 N. W. 14th Street PHONE 3-4900 Sincere Passorer Greetings to Our Many Friends and Customers SEVENTH AVENUE NURSERY Erich P. Heinrick. Mgr. 5830 N.W. 7th Are.. Ph. 7-4014 Sincere Passorer Greetings FLORIDA AMUSEMENT COMPANY 1719 S. W. 1st StPh. 3-5219 Passorer Greetings MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Coordinated Therapeutics "Treatments Carefully Planned for the Individual Need" 7613-15-17 Biscayne Bird. PHONE 7-7896 Sincere Passover Greetings R. E. LOWRY ELECTRIC CO. HOT POINT Refrigerators. Ranges. Water Heaters 2103 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-1601 Sincere Passover Greetings PAT GANNON Your Congressman ^t—



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y-MDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 ARQNQVITZ RATED WELL QUALIFIED Strong sentiment for Abe Aronovitz. candidate for city commission, is being voiced. A spokesman for the Aronovitz campaign committee, which consist.' of ver onc hundred nonpolitical citizens, said that many hundreds of qualified voters already recognize the heinous scheme behind the recently organized group called "Believers in Miami. Inc." and predicts that thousands of voters will prefer voting for the independent and uncontrolled candidates as protest against control of city government by the few. Aronovitz has been declared by his supporters to be a well qualified candidate for the city commission based on his record in public life. He first came into public prominence in 1926 when he was appointed acting state attorney to advise the Dade County Grand Jury. As city -Jewistilk,i inr PAGE ELEVEN Sincere Passover Greetings INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES 1129 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4754 Passover Greetings Green Candle Tea Room 52 Silver Bluff Avenue PHONE 4-9334 Sincere Passover Greetings Miami Burglar Alarm Co. Jack Hodges, Prop. 1989 S.W. 10th St., Ph. 2-0833 Sincere Passover Greetings ILA SMITH LAUNDRY 312 CORAL WAY PHONE 4-3464 Sincere Passover Greetings GENE E. BAYLIS Miami Beach, Florida Sincere Passover Greetings BERN'S DRUG STORE 901 Washington Ave. PHONE 5-1611 Sincere Passover Greetings GRIFFIN & BAUER ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Repairs — Maintenance "WESTINGHOUSE LAMPS" 4 01 Washington Avenue PHONE 50201 NIGHT PHONES 4-7525—2-0896 Huue Crowd Hears Vice-President Wallace Call for Democratic Unity at B'nai B'rith Convention %  *— A SECTION OF THE HUGE CROWD THAT HEARD VICE-PRESIDENT WALLACE SOUND A VIGOROUS PLEA FOR THE UNITY OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS IN AN ADDRESS AT THE NATIONAL INSPIRATIONAL SESSION OF THE NATIONAL B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION AT THE CHICAGO CIVIC OPERA HOUSE. \ VICE-PRESIDENT WALLACE A3 HE ADDRESSED THE B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION. HE SPOKE ON A COAST-TO-COAST HOOK-UP AND ALSO VIA SHORT WAVE TO LATINAMERICA. STANDING BEHIND MR. WALLACE IS MAYOR EDWARD J. KELLY OF CHICACO. TO THE RIGHT IS HENRY MONStCY. PRESr. DENT OF B'NAI B'RITH, WHO INTRODUCEE MR. WALLACE. solicitor from 1933 to 1937, Aronovitz appeared for the city of Miami in a telephone rate reduction case and also successfully prosecuted numerous municipal court cases and participated in the famous power and electric result of which millions of dollars were refunded to electric consumers. He is accredited with the sponsorship of the movement to abolish the poll tax and recently resigned as assistant city attorney at a salary of $5,000 a year to oppose the water deal because he sincerely believed that it was tainted with many illegalities and charged that the agreed price was millions of dollars in excess of its actual value. Aronovitz. as a young man in the community of Miami, was a city commission candidate in 1927 and was defeated by a narrow margin. His supporters now predict that he will poll the highest number of votes in the coming election. Abe, as he is known to all, has also been active in many welfare movements such as the Greek Relief and Red Cross drives. He is president of Sholem lodge, B'nai B'rith, in Miami, with a membership of over one thousand, member of Masonic order. Scottish Rite Masons and Miami Elk's lodge. It is anticipated, in the opinion of many citizens, that Aronovitz will, if elected, bring about many needed reforms, stop wastage of funds and abolish political favoritism. ing Service has opened its doors for business at 1333 S. W. 8th St. Mr. Barney Rosenberg, proprietor, comes to Miami backed by more than thirty years experience in the laundry and cleaning business operating successfully in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. In stating that this is the nucleus of a large organization for this area, Mr. Rosenberg stated, "that the Giant Laundry will maintain the same prices the year round." "Miami is an unlaundered city. Approximately 80 per cent of the population do not patronize laundries because of misrepresentation in advertising and the constant fluctuation in prices and the misleading family budget bundles. In our plant we clean clothes, not scrub them. We will make alterations of all kinds having employed one of the best tailors in Miami." Construction for a new up-todate plant, modern in all branches, is scheduled shortly. EARLY SEDERS TO London (WNS)—Britain's Jews celebrated Passover at midday Seders which were completed before the regular nightly blackout. The Seders were held early to avoid the danger of being trapped in a Nazi air raid. In a special broadcast Passover message. Chief Rabbi J. H. Hertz retold the story of the deliverance of the Jews from Egypt more than 2,000 years ago and declared that the story of Passover served as "a light to the western peoples in their weary warfare for liberty." The Chief Rabbi voiced a message of encouragement to the approximately 4,000,000 Jews now in Nazi-occupied countries and predicted that Mussolini and Hitler would meet the same fate which befell Pharaoh. OPENS NEW LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING SERVICE A newcomer to Miami, the Giant Laundry and Dry Cleansincere Pasiover Greetings to Our Many Friend* and Cutomer§ TENDERIZED CORNED BEEF CO. 519 N. W. 23rd St. Ph. 3-5461 Sincere Passover Greetings HARRY O. NELSON Miami Beach. Florida GREETINGS PASSOVER Painting—Body Work Gat and Oils—Lubrication OLIVEROS MOTOR SERVICE J W. OLIVEROS General Auto RP air ,8 r n j r L" Specialists—Stromberg and Carter Carburetor Service PALESTINE IS TERMED THE BULWARK OF DEMOCRACY New York (WNS)—Palestine was pictured as a vital link in the defense of democracy thruout the world by Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, and Senator Alben W. Barkley, majority leader of the Senate, in addresses at the ninth annual "Third Seder" of the National Labor Committee for Palestine. More than 5,000 persons attended the special Passover feast which was held in two sections, one at the Hoter Astor and the other at the Hotel Commodore. Messages from President Roosevelt and Senator Robert F .Wagner, chairman of the recently-formed American Palestine Committee, were read to both sessions. The president's message read: "My hearty greetings to all who join with the National Labor Committee for Palestine in celebrating the ancient Jewish Passover. I trust this celebration of a time-honored festival will inspire all who participate with a new determination to exemplify in twentieth-century terms the highest teachings of the ancient culture of Israel." In his message. Senator Wagner said: "All friends of Palestine must recognize that it stands today at the very center of resistance to the forces of aggression, and as a bulwark for the defense of the Suez Canal. Palestine's man power, its industries and its resources are being dedicated to the cause of freedom for which Britain and her allies struggle. Every assistance to Palestine at this grave hour therefore represents direct and immediate aid to the democratic forces upon whose victory depends the fate of Palestine as well as the survival of civilization in the modern world." Expressing confidence that a Palestine Jewish Commonwealth would result after a British victory as a part of the "reasonable and common sense solution" of the world's problems, Dr. Weizmann declared that "there may be other programs offered, but none will suffice or endure save the recreation of the Jewish National Homeland among a family of democracies." The world Zionist leader lauded the leadership of President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill. likening them to Moses and Aaron. "I cannot say which is Aaron and which is Moses." he said, "for both are blessed with powerful oratory and powerful intellects." "But Churchill and Roosevelt," Dr. Weizmann added, "are as two brothers with perfect coordination that goes beyond words. In ttieir hands and in the hands of the two peoples whom they represent lies the future of humanity." Senator Barkley compared Adolf Hitler to a Pharaoh, "who seeks to enslave not only one people but all mankind, all religions, all races." He referred to Palestine as a loyal member of that group of nations that is determined to stem the tide of totalitarianism and rebuild the world on new foundations of liberty. Joseph Schlossberg, chairman of the National Labor Committee, presented a $100,000 check for the Histadruth, Palestine's Jewish labor federation, to Israel Mereminski, secretary of the Histadruth, now in this country. The check represented part of the $1,000,000 campaign for the Histadruth now being conducted by the National Labor Committee. Other speakers included Israel Sieff. British Zionist leader; Hayim Greenbcrg, editor of the Jewish Frontier; Morris Feinstone, Alexander Kahn. Isaac Hamlin, David Wertheim, Louis Segal, Dr. May Bero. Dr. Israel Goldstein. David Pinski and Samuel Burstein. Sincere Passover Greetings to My Many Jewish Friends ROGER W. ARNOLD. D. N. 221 S. W. 22nd AvePh. 2-5839 Sincere Passover Greetings ROMAN TILE CO. Frand DePadova. Owner 1816 S.W. 27th Ave., Ph. 4-4030 Passover Greetings EDGAR F. SUTTON SCULPTOR 329 N.W. 11th Ave. Ph. 3-2739 Sincere Passover Greetings C. K. BAYLIS Coral Gables. Florida Sincere Passover Greetings DAY & NITE CURB MARKET 47 N.W. 79th St., Ph. 7-9379 JOSEPH DeBRITA ARCHITECT 7625 Biscayne Boulevard MIAMI. FLORIDA Telephone 7-3415 Sincere Passover Greetings PEACOCK'S CORAL GABLES BAKERY 2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-9159 Sincere Passover Greetings GEORGE'S AUTO PARKS & GARAGE, INC. 170 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 3-8331 The Answer to Your Beverage Cooling Problem BLUE FLASH Dry Electrically Operated Refrigerator SHELLEY'S South Florida Distributor PHONE 4-6404 :• i I ll \ ; i 1



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PAGE TWELVE +JemistFkrHtor FRIDAY, APRIL 18. 1941 PREMIER PLEDGES EQUAL RIGHTS : ad %  -..-. : r %  r The National Refugee Service Has The Task Of Making New Americans Into Good Americans • £_=-:*.-• ?iis.:T*r Z:**-—~> UMBRELLA GARAGE = ;—. SR5 -tlief :-.;., -i... <:: = ,-• % % %  : :---; ••: .:>: %  :•.-.'.'-* >• j;iCat>ii •• ta-:e • • '- "** a .. .... -* A— ;a:-_%  %  "" i a: I m"S"*" *• i. -.-. -! &f :--J :t :' *•€ -:•• -• s :-• :"%  '-'" -" %  £ -:-. :'. = : i": aW :ca :;—B g the refugee for i e'ten an essential to employment. In 5 ve vocational re•500 re'ugees. Thit fa-m school operated ml Ag-ieultural Soeoepe-ates with NRS. :xi zz-^ s-.-A HAPPY ?ASSC'.T?. W. H. ELLIS Sjae*T Passover Greeting* LEE JOHNS MOTOR CO. 5A H. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 3-25TJ PAYS iTHIBUTETD JEWS WNS>—Declaring r attempts in Oth'r i : r •-• past 2.000 ;. but in this cathe Eucti Grenfell Wauchope r High commissioner of Pa paid high tribute to J inal settlements in P; luncheon meetii v. %  nm Leaf y to understand i v much .^ needed for this rr I without visiting Ik inf. to the settlers it ij rder to realize how much | gain from their disregard o: p •..-. They do no: : %  and do not envy anotl tsion If labor is ardu i gular.' *;-..* fcv tee 'e'-geee have trouble -v :—. ~:~i a:-;dge" ... But they'll -a-.to at t-e "000 -e'ugeet *e **ani ••=.i a-'a-ge-S E-; s-rt-uet0" i 1T*0 .i--a T* • one of Wve service* ren. ;; ;: = / t-e '• = 5 : • :'or social and ;-..-a a:, .*— *-. (Above) Anxious facet, anxious voice* question at these new arrivals come to the intake deak of NRS. NRS espended to 321.000 requeeta for advice, •erv.ee and mfor. mat-on in 1**0. ^oQoPasse ver Gre-e-ursgs JOHN C. MILLER 2234 S W. l€ti Avee-ue PHONE 4-5360 COOLER OPERATES Sincere '*'J: for t*P?? Piiicvtr ts C--r M*=y Friends a=d Oasto*=ers JEFF'S NITE CLUB :1 West Flagler Street PHONE HOU Best Wishes to Our M*=y Jewish Fr>tids and Customers for A Hajrpy Passover TROPICAL S00ASH0P Ml !C. E. 1st Artnoa PHOICE :-4S04 I: -j-.~ --.-.z.r-ri .:*: -—c-:-.;:r. • -=.. refrifcraton aaaasamactaBad by SaraeL lac in the pas*. 2'. years were v. :* '.rrr.r-d ..-: .r.e :cxl* fr.t sq-^ar? .: -.-.; .T.eastire 24-: 100 Bulea IcaBfl W Boead > % %  l a r niskn l af the ?~.^.a Vaaez aaad Gas Coaapaaj sa:d tcday T-_ = la -. %  j.^* ..-g e.-.cug,-. t.-. reach (ran Use eartii U the rooon md extend couple caf chooaand : 3d the .'.:.-• s.ir "*•' %  : baaa re caj v ed .-c :: caar iiaiiiiiuiiif inraii Croaa tbc "a.-. -li'.f.rrr f t-.r Hi: "'"•ratoi mar.j :-.-: \s.i mentJ u -n cer i.-: ti s Ai ;• %  -. know :-/.z.i it-.r :; -: B-itfa cte .-•. • -: II ..-: fr^ez..-? 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'-.-.-. .tr. t i.:: %  .-%  -.: %  -. %  I I : %  pan tea years in SerreJ i Crifl naton Ah would les long -f the anal ant :'. aheet steel aaed in a year n aght U the factory all ToSerrd plaasl = the largest fea the United States devoted ex.lus:-. --'.-/ %  •;-.rra-u'i".; of r-fiifjaiatcan ".-.'•:• %  .ar. area of ftfcy-foox acres Bes:-2>s this warhouse rpae? uivua additooRal area." NAZI KILLS 7D0 JEWS 3err.e :WNS)—More than 700 Jean were killed and scores of syr.agtgues ar.d Jewish community centers were destroyed in a series cf devastating Nazi air -os which reduced Belgrade to a city of fire and rums, according to dispatches reaching here :'.-r .::: %  : i Y-j£-.-lav.a Many cf the Jewish victims A the Nazi raids were killed when they sought protection in Eseigrade'a famous "Oneg Shabbos" center, the headquarters for Zi:r.ist and Jewish women's organizauons in the Yugoslav ;o_o.-.i 7Jews, including many an and children, wore buried under tons of debris when the center araa hit by a Nazi bomb. it was reported. Rescue squads immediately rus r.-zd to the scene and worked I y to extricate the vicMary persons were still when reached by rescue d5 but died a few hours wards because medical supwere slow in arriving, the report said. The fierce Nazi air attacks dis.-rgar.ized the Yugoslav capita. ; communication system and led to the ground many o --:o:ta:Important medical supwere lost in the raids, j which, while not unexpected, i found the city defenseless. Casualty lists were unobtainable tut it was feared that many jproour.ent Yugoslav Jewish leaders were among the first victims the v-ar Sincere Passover Greetings ALBERT ANIS Miami Beach. Florida Passover Greetings MONTEREY WOODCRAFTERS, Inc. 2035 W. Flagler St. Ph. 2-8335 Sincere Passover Greetings BONACKER & LEIGH, INC. 1111 N. W. 22nd St. PHONE 2-3155 Sincere Passover Greetings VENETIAN SHORTWAY SEDAN SERVICE 1133 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-3800 Sincere Passover Greetings TIP TOP STORES 1301 West Flagler St. 27 N. W. 5th Street 665 N. W. 36th Street 2425 S. W. 8th Street A Happy Passover To AU M 2741 W. Flagler SU Ph. 4-9475 Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons 1. H. THOMAS DAIRY 901 S. W. 65th Avenue PHONE 4-3114


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PASSOVER EDITION
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VOLUME 14No. 16
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
APPROVAL CIV El
81 AGENCIES TO
BUDGET PROPOSAL
New York (WNS) The pro-
posal for a national advisory bud-
get service, which was submit-
ted in a referendum to the mem-
ber agencies of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, has been approved by a
majority of the agencies voting,
it was announced by H. L. Lurie,
executive director of the Council.
The results of the referendum
will be submitted to the Coun-
cil's board of directors at a meet-
ing early in May, when the
board will consider the steps to
be taken, and the procedures to
be established to develop the
type of services most helpful to
its member agencies. The board
of directors at its meeting in At-
lanta last January approved the
advisory budget proposal but de-
cided to submit it to the entire
membership of the Council in
order to give each the opportun-
ity of registering its wishes.
SUNDAY. MAY 18. NAMED AS
"I AM AN AMERICAN DAY"
WashingtonPresident Roose-
velt has designated Sunday, May
18 at "I Am An American Day,"
and urged its celebration "in
recognition of our citizens who
have attained their majority or
who have been naturalized with-
in the last year."
Suitable exercises should be
held on that date, a Presidential
proclamation said, "to impress
upon all our citizens, both native-
born and naturalized, the special
significance of citizenship in this
nation.
"I Am An American Day" was
first celebrated last year under
the provisions of a Congressional
resolution approved May 3, 1940.
Several local celebrations for
"I Am An American Day" are
being planned and will be an-
nounced in forthcoming issues.
MANY fEWS ARRESTED BY
ITALIAN TROOPS IN BENGAZI
Cairo (WNS) Hundreds of
Jews were arrested and interned
by Italian secret police when
Nazi and Italian troops recap-
tured Bengazi from the British,
it was learned here. The Jews
were arrested on the ground that
'hey aided the British to drive
'he Italians out of Bengazi.
SHERTOK ASKS EXPENSION
OF JEWISH DEFENSE FORCES
Rehoboth, Palestine (WNS)
Addressing the 43rd annual con-
ference of the Histadruth, Pales-
tine's Jewish labor federation,
Moshe Shertok, head of the po-
litical department of the Jewish
Agency, urged the expansion of
the Palestine Jewish troops fight-
>ng with Great Britain.
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BY SHOLEM LODGE
The convention of the Fifth
District of B'nai B'rith has been
set for the 11th and 12th day of
May at Washington, D. C. Isaac
Levin, past president of Sholem
Lodge of Miami and present
president of the District, will
preside at the convention and an
elaborate program is being pre-
pared for the occasion.
Sholem Lodge, under the
chairmanship of A. Louis Mech-
lowitz, is sponsoring a gala sur-
prise smoker for the express pur-
pose of raising funds to send a
large delegation to Washington.
A unique feature of the event is
that the affair will be jointly
sponsored by the Auxiliary and
the smoker will be for men and
women. Held at Mahi Shrine
Temple, Biscayne Blvd. at 14th
St., Tuesday evening. April 22,
the program will include danc-
ing, entertainment, refreshments.
A small admission fee is being
charged to cover the entire eve-
ning's festivities. Advance tick-
et sales indicate capacity attend-
ance. Additional tickets may be
secured by calling B'nai B'rith
office, Seybold Bldg.. 3-0751.
One of the largest groups of
delegates in district convention
history is expected to convene
and headquarters for the conven-
tion have been set up at the Wil-
lard Hotel.
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PLAIN TALK PICNIC
by AL SEGAL
In the Jewish Poit of Indianapolis there is
a flaming argument over Jewish Publicity to
the daily nress. It seems that Mr. Cohen, the
Post's publisher, feels that matters strictly of
Jewish interest only should not be allowed to
clutter uo the columns of the daily press. They
belong in the Jewish press.
I myself have suffered acute pain to see
some oMhe Jewish ****l^jftfj
dailv press. It seems to have to do largely
with the vanities of Jewisn leaders who like to
Tee their names and pictures in the paper .
Sean to ^g-t and good nanie of
Srs^Wno ^n't'Tn^'now^VanrS
Anshe Giborim's synagogue which.can hold as
r, m a thousand peotjle on Yom Kippur.
Nnrcantmuchbi said about its leader-
.hin Who isnt acquainted with the virtues of
ship. Who lsni a m w gadget
its president. Mr.. ZUch. wno her
^ tHefche. who gjjI S100*. thejcey
SLUfiyS rthegxeAat day of its dedica-
tiott~-, .i the day when Anshe Giborim's
Tlm Wrf^0tar onebrick of the syna-
|SS?W benefit" of the congregational
funds they were auctioning off the bricks, brick
by brick, and his bid was the highest.
No one can tell me anythinq against Anshe
Giborim. Nevertheless. I submit that it is none
of the business of the general public, as repre-
sented by the daily press, that Anshe Giborim
is going to give a picnic, or that Anshe Giborim
is going to have a bar mixvah or that Anshe
Giborim is about to install a new scroll of the
Holy Law. Yet when Anshe Giborim has a pic-
nic it is made a matter that competes with the
Axis for space in the daily press. Anshe Gib-
orim's publicity chairman sees to that. If he
manages to get all the committee people into
the papers, he may rise to be general chairman
of next year's picnic or even president of the
congregation in some years to come. Who can
tell?
He is an indefatigable man. He is not con-
tent merely to have it made known to the world
by a single notice that on a certain day Anshe
Giborim will give a picnic. The affair must bo
dinned into the ears of the public time and again
until picnic day.
He marches from success to success: mere
is the day he gets the names of the entire lem-
onade committee into the columns of the daily
press. He feels a tingling sense of triumph at
this. It shows the whole congregation what an
influential man tho publicity chairman is with
the press. He and the press axe as close as your
two finqers. you might say.
Another day it's the whole general commit-
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JEWS PRESENT AMBULANCE
TO RED CROSS IN IRELAND
Dublin (WNS)Impressive cer-
emonies marked the presentation
by the Jewish Ambulance Fund
of a Chrysler Imperial ambulance
to the Irish Red Cross. Prof.
Leonard Abrahamson. who made
the presentation, declared that
Irish Jews were anxious to con-
tribute to the country's defense
program and to show the world
that men of all races and creeds
could work together for the bet-
terment of mankind.
Justice Maguire, president of
the Irish Red Cross, acknowl-
edged the gift and paid tribute
to the defense efforts of the Jew-
ish community in Dublin.
JEWS IN SLOVAKIA WILL
BE FORCED INTO GHETTOS
Geneva (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied Slovakia have
completed plans to force the
country's Jewish population into
ghettoes, it was reliably reported
here. The first ghetto will be
opened in Bratislavia next
month, it was said.
The cost of building the ghetto
and the moving from all parts of
the country into the restricted
areas will have to be defrayed
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Now that the Yom Tov is about
over, the "Y" can get down to
the more serious phases of the
Educational, Cultural and A*th*
lctic programs. One of the first
treats in store will be a book
review.
Book Review
The regular monthly book re-
new of the Y. W. H. A. will take
nlace next Wednesday evening,
April 23. according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. Joel
Bclov, chairman of the Book of
the Month club. Mrs. Max Dobrin
will review "The Life of Clara
SchumannA Romantic Bio-
graphy' by John N. Burk. This is
the second time that Mrs. Dobrin
will review a book for the "Y"
and all of us are looking forward
to that evening. Men and women
are invited to attend.
Passover Reception
At this writing, Mrs. Milton A.
Friedman, chairman of the Pass-
over Reception committee of the
Y. W. H. A., is busy making
final arrangements for the Pass-
over Reception to be held Wed-
nesday night, April 16. Presently,
the women are sewing costumes
to be used in the tap and ballet
dancing. Those assisting Mrs.
Friedman with the sewing are.
Mrs. Lazarus, Mrs A. Rabe, Mrs.
G. Cohen, Mrs. J. Berman, Mrs.
J. Schaffer. The following pupils
of the Tap and Ballet Dancing
class will participate in the pro-
gram: Harriet Rosenstock, Char-
lotte Blumberg, Estelle Levy,
Donna Feldman, Florence Ross,
Wilma Gans and Estelle Green-
berg. The following will also
take part in the program: Cecelia
Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Barney
Goodman and Miss Marcie Adel-
man.
Home Camp
The announcement last week
in this column about the open-
ing of the Home Camp has
brought a tremendous response
to the "Y". Parents have been
busy obtaining information about
'"? camp and registering their
children. We again urge you to
register your children at once
because registration books will
close very shortly. The tuition
's $3-00 per week and the camp
will open on June 16. Please do
not delay.
Dramatics
Dr. Sidney Cassell. director of
Dramatics, announces that the
"Y" Drama group will meet
very shortly. Present plans are to
produce a very popular Broad-
way play, and Dr. Cassell urges
members of the Senior Division
particularly, to take part in this
play. Rehearsals will start as
soon as a cast is chosen.
Heretofore, small sketches have
been produced by the "Y" and
the cast was made up of the Jun-
ior members. Dr. Cassell wishes
to expand this project and, there-
fore, will be greatly gratified if
the Senior men and women show
an interest in dramatics. All
those interested, please contact
Mr. Grossman at the "Y".
Bowling
The boys are going strong at
the Miami Recreation Alleys
every Thursday night under the
leadership of manager Jack
Apte. All those interested, report
to the Miami Recreation Alleys
on Thursday nights at 8 p. m.
Diamond Ball
Anyone interested in partici-
Eating as a member of the "Y"
'iamond Ball Team for the
coming season, please attend the
regular Sunday morning practice
sessions leaving from the "Y"
grounds at 10 a. m.
News 'Round Town
Leon Lieberman, one of the
hardest workers in the "Y", is in
bed sick from an attack of the
Flu.
Notice
Due to the latter days of the
Passover holiday, the "Y" build-
ing will be closed to Saturday
April 19 at 7 p. m.
Watch for next week's special.
Get your dues paid up now
Y nominations. Wednesday, May
21 Elections, Wednesday, June 4.
Register now for the May City
Primaries.
Daily Activities at the "Y"
Monday, 2:30 p.m., Tap and
Ballet dancing for children, un-
der direction of Mrs. Milton A.
Friedman; 8 p. m., Women's
Bowling League at Miami Rec-
reation Alleys, Mrs. Al Reisman,
chairman; 9 p. m.. Meeting Sub
Senior division, Sherman Freed-
man, president; 8 p. m Person-
ality and Public Speaking class,
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman;
Tuesday. 8 p. m., Y. W. H A.
Calisthenics class, Mrs, J. Schaf-
fer chairman; 8 p. m., Meeting
Oirl Scouts. Miss Frances Gins-
berg. Scout Mistress; 8:30 p m
Meeting A. Z. A.. Fred Gross-
berg, president: Wednesday, 8
P .m.. Basketball Clinic, under
direction of Lou Safan, Athletic
chairman and Mickcl Lubel ath-
letic director; Thursday. 2:30 p
m., Tap and Ballet dancing class-
8 p. m., Meeting Junior Division,
Norman Green, president; 8 p. m.,
meeting Boy Scouts, Herman
Waitsman. Scout Master and
Stanton Halpert. assistant Scout
Master: Saturday nic'ht. 8 p. m
m-etine Y-Ettos. under direction
of Mrs. Al R, isman: Sunday
morning. Diamond Ball practice
',',','.. '"Kfor Miami Field from the
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FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 1941
WTFIondR
PLANT 2 1S. MIAMI AND MAIN OFFICES W. SECOND AVENUE FLORIDA P. O. BOX 2973
FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor
Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. Post 1879
SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 $1.00
SIX MONTHS MIAMI, F VOLUME 14
R 16 1
LORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941 NUMBE
THE DAYS AFTER PASSOVER
Passover found thousands of Jewish families in Greece and
Yugoslavia spending their Seder nights in air-raid shelters.
The Nazi invasion of Yugoslavia and the merciless bombing of
Salonika has driven thousands of Jews from their homes and
made many of them completely roofless.
At the same time, reports from Syria and Iraq point to the
fact that the Nazi propaganda machine is feverishly develop-
ing its subversive activities among the Arab population there,
leading to overthrow of the pro-British cabinet in Iraq and to
continuous troublesome demonstrations in Syria. Arab propa-
gandists trained in Germany and financed by the Axis are no
longer hiding their identity, and speak openly of their desire to
see "Hitler rule the Arabs on land just as Allah rules them in
the sky."
All thisthe turn of events in the Balkans, as well as the in-
creased Nazi propaganda in the Near Eastmakes the posi-
tion of Palestine more important than ever before. Palestine
remains the bastion from which Britain, with the aid of the
Jews, can combat Nazi efforts is the Arab world. Palestine will
thus, no doubt, this spring assume more importance both as a
point from which the British authorities can keep a witchful eye
on the Nazi intrigues in the Arab countries and as a strategic
base on the Mediterranean.
Seder service depicted in the precious hand illuminated Cincin-
nati Haggadah made in the 14th Century in Germany, by Meir
Jaffe and now in the collection of the Hebrew Union College.
Cincinnati.
Last Registration Warning
for Miami Citizens
Registration books will be finally closed on Aoril 19th.
Those who fail to register will not be able to cast their ballot
on election day. May 6th.
You may still register in the office of the city clerk on the
third floor of the court house between the hours of 9 a. m. ind
5 p. m.. and in the eveninqs between 7 and 9 p. m.
Again, we urge all citizens of Miami to exercise the privi-
lege of the ballot before it will be too late.
In Miami Beach you have until May 3rd. which has been
set as the deadline.
PLAIN TALK
PICNIC
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tee that gets in. then the prize
committee, the lunch commit-
tee, the special events com-
mittee finally, the picture of
the general chairman. But the
publicity chairman's magnum
opus is the picture of the chair-
woman of the ladies auxiliary
which is arranging the bridge
games for the picnic.
As he looks at her picture
he feels he has made an ar-
tistic contribution to the daily
press. She looks so coyly out
of the half-tone! The cut angle
of her pretty head! The merry
twinkle in her eye! He can not
but help feel that all this is
something to enlarge the pres-
tige of Anshe Giborim in the
world. .. ,.
In the meantime, all the
city editors have been working
up to a nervous fret on account
of Anshe Giborim's picnic.
City Editor Grogan. who is no
anti-Semite at all. says he is
glad Anshe Giborim picnics
come only once a year and
hopes that the publicity chair-
man gets drowned at this years
picnic.
City Editor McTavish of the
opposition paper, some of
whose best friends are Jews,
says for God's sake, here's
that Jewish picnic again.
But for the sake of the Jew-
ish circulation they keep on
printing ihe frequent tidings
of Anshe Giborim's picnic.
With the mistaken judgement
of public opinion frequently
found in newspaper people,
they feel, somehow, that the
Jewish circulation will rise up
against the paper if the picture
of the chairwoman of the la-
dies' auxiliary in charge of the
bridge games isn't printed.
I, myself, know what to do
with matters like the Anshe
Giborim picnic. To me, in my
function as a worker for the
daily press. Jewish items of no
general interest, are occasion-
ally brought. I have in mind
particularly an item announc-
ing that Melvin Glutz would
be bar mizvah next Saturday.
"I want this printed in the pa
per,' 'his father said.
I asked myself: Who of the
general public cares in the
least that little Melvin Glutz
is going to be bar mizvah next
Saturday? In fact, how many
of the general public know
what bar mitzvah is anyway?
In what way does the news of
Melvin Glutz's bar mizvah con-
tribute to public information.
What purpose will it serve to
print Melvin's bar mizvah in
the paper except the pleasure
of his parents who will exult,
"Did you see Melvin's name in
the paper?"
I tossed Melvin into the
waste basket. I should do the
same with Anshe Giborim's
picnic if it came to me.
Melvin's parents probably
said, yes, that Segal is an anti-
Semite. It hurts him to give
a Jewish child a break. Never-
theless ,1 insist that our pure-
ly intramural matters don't be-
long in the daily press. The
Jewish press is a sufficient and
competent medium for all af-
fairs that pertain to the strict-
ly private life of Israel.
To synagogues, to Zionist
organizations, to Talmud To-
rahs, to Jewish lodges, I offer
the following directions to wis-
dom in publicity: The doings
and sayings of Jews and Jew-
ish organizations are entitled
to a place in the general pub-
lic prints only when they are
of general public interest.
Only when something Jew-
ish touches the common life is
it worth general publicity. A
rabbi speaking, for example,
on national Jewish budgeting
isn't newsworthy in the daily
press in the least, but a rabbi
speaking for a more just and
lovely order in the world
should be heard in the daily
press. It is of no public inter-
est at all that a B'nai B'rith
lodge is giving a social, but it
it of large interest that the
B'nai B'rith lodge is joining
with the Knights of Columbus
for a charitable purpose.
It is not publicly important
that Hadassah is having a par-
ty .that the Zionists are con-
ducting an election, that An-
she Giborim has bought a new
Torah.
(In our town we do not even
use the daily press to exploit
the annual drive of the Jewish
Welfare Fund.)
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
WAR ECHOES
The thousands of Jews concentrated in that European bottle-
neck Lisbon, are terrified at the not unlikely prospect of Hitler
marching into Portugal this Spring Hitler's excuse will prob-
ably be that he has to forestall an American seizure of the Por-
tuquese-owned Azores Realistic observers are beginning to
aqree with the astrologlsts and other soothsayers who have
been insisting that the decisive battle of the war will be fought
in Palestine, and that the Jewish defense corps there will play
an important role in the conflict Reports from Paris indicate
that the occupying forces are having one grand time there ..
As one French restaurant man has put it, the Nazis "pay like
princes and eat like pigs" And while we're on the zoologic-
al subject we might pass on the news that since the Nazi occu-
pation of Paris the former French capital has suffered from an
enormous increase in its rodent population The rats are get-
ting so bold, like as not- you can find them waltzing into your
bedroom at any time of the day or night The little beasties, it
seems, are aping the tactics of their bigger brothers, the Ges-
tapo .. All of which brings us to our birthday wish to Badolf:
No more returns of the daybut if there are returns, let them
be unhappy.
POLITICAL HISTORY
To movie producer Sam Katz is credited the following inside
tale, relayed by Sidney Skolsky ... It seems that back in 1930
Katz was in Germany, and there met Fritz Thyssenthe one
who's now in a Nazi concentration camp Thyssen asked a
lot of questions about America, and especially about Al Ca-
pone, the gangster king who at that time was much in the news.
. When Katz expressed surprise at the German industrialist's
intense interest in the mobster, Thyssen explained: "We've got
a man here whom we're modeling after Capone We want
him to break up the unions and be a big gang leader We
think this fellow Hitler's going to be a big man!"
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Chaim Weizmann and his missus, although showered with
innumerable invitations for Passover, celebrated the first Seder
in the home of Meyer Weisgai, who on that evening also enter-
tained Dorothy Thompson and her son On May 6th, inci-
dentally, the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League is tendering a din-
ner to Miss Thompson, on which occasion President Roose-
velt's mother will present the guest of honor with a bust of her-
selfi. e., of Dorothy Thompson The bust is the work of the
internationally famous sculptor Jo Davidson We wonder
whether you noticed that PM's big expose of New Jersey's new
anti-Semitic outfit, the Legion of Death, was unearthed by the
Investigation and Research Department of the Anti-Nazi League?
. Lillian Hellman's new play, "Watch on the Rhine," has
come up to expectations, and is packing 'em in night after night.
. Which is one wayand a good oneof getting across an
anti-Nazi message.
SHADOWS
There's a familiar sound to the declaration Monsignor Ful-
ton J. Sheen of the Catholic University of America is reported
to have made at a recent Knights of Columbus meeting. Mon-
signor Sheen is quoted as saying "there are many things in
American life which are not worth saying," and as having inti-
mated that Hitler may be an instrument sent to punish the world
for its sin .. All of which has a practically word-for-word cor-
respondence with what was said only a little over a year ago
by certain French clericswho thus, wittingly or unwittingly,
were doing the spadework for the Lavals ... Is it true, by the
way, that in the New Yorker Staats-zeitung editorial offices al-
most daily, pitched battles occur between Nazis and anti-Nazis
on the staff?
THIS AND THAT
Congratulations to Herbert Klein, unorthodox and independ-
ent movie man, whose motion pictures of the Czechoslovakian
crisis and of the eve of the war were beautiful, but commercial-
ly not successful Klein has become Metro's newest director.
. Felicitations also to the scenario writer Jerry Wald, who has
now been promoted to the rank of film producer at Warner
Brothers And to Jane Manner (Jennie Mannheimer to you),
on her appointment as Director of the Speech and Drama De-
partment at the School of Radio Technique, New York .
actress Dolly Haas is credited a new word to describe those
Aryan Germans who refused to stay in Germany under Hitler.
They should be called not "refugees" but "refusees," she
claims That success can be excessive was illustrated by
Benny Goodman last week ... His swinq broadcast had been
moved to Abe Ellis' Manhattan Center to accommodate the
audience the idea being that in that enormous hall the jitter-
bugs would be able to dance while Benny swung his baton
bo over six thousand boys and girls jammed the floor-and
there wasn t room for anybody to dance ... The Jewish boxing
dynasty is being turned topsy-turvy these days ... Max Ba*
is out of the game for good, and his younqer brother. Buddy,
may get a shot at Joe Louis Which would simply mean Jot
he would join the other Jewish victims of the Brown Bomber,
who include Bob Pastor and Abe Simon as well as Brother Max-
ABOUT PEOPLE
Busiest woman in New York these days is Mrs. Anna
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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
*ii)iiiion Avenue and Third
flrMt, Miami Beach
Hdlll MESCHELOFF, Rafebl
711 L"* Avenue
Phone 6-132S
MAURICE MAMCME6. Center
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21 it Terrace
rJewist Hcridiar
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Holiday Services
The closing services of Pass-
over will be held Thursday night,
Friday and Saturday. Evening
Si rvices will be held at 6:30 p. m.
in the Talmud Torah and syna-
gogue buildings. Morning ser-
vices will be held at 7 a. m. in
the Talmud Torah building and
at 9 a. m. in the synagogue
Sincere Passover Greetings
I
EASTERN APPLE GROWERS
Dade County Growers Market
building. Rabbi Meseheloff will
preach in English Friday morn-
ing on: "Whose is the victory?"
Memorial Services
Yizkor services will be held
Saturday morning at 10:30 a. m.
at the Talmud Torah and syna-
gogue buildings. Rabbi Mesehel-
off will speak on: "Death or
Birth."
Junior Services
Our Young Israel will conduct
Junior services both closing
days of Passover in the Talmud
Torah building at 9 a. m. Ser-
monettes will be delivered by
children.
We wish to compliment the
leaders of our Young Israel
movement for the constantly in-
creasing attendance and excel-
lence of these Sabbath and holi-
day youth-services. Parents are
invited to visit these services,
and are urged to send their
children to join them.
Our thanks to the Sisterhood
and the committee headed by
Mrs. F. Brenner for the serving
of refreshments to all members
of the Junior Congregation at
the close of morning services.
Synagogue Elections
We are happy to announce the
re-election of all of our officers
for a new term of service. A
Sincere Passover Greetings
LL
General Interior and Exterior
Painting and Decorating
3103 N. W. 10th Ave.
PHONE 2-8203
Sincere Passover Greetings
NORGE CARPENTER
SERVICE CO.
623 West Flagler Street
PHONES: 3-61642-1011
well-attended meeting unani-
mously re-elected M. B. Frank,
president; Harry Wasserman and
Marcie Liberman, vice-presi-
dents; A. L. Mechlowitz, secre-
tary; and D. Goldstein, treasurer.
We know that under their lead-
ership our congregation will go
forth from strength to strength
in the interests of our commun-
ity, young and old, in the tradi-
tion of Orthodoxy, and for the
benefit of our people every-
where.
Sisterhood Election
At last week's meeting of our
Sisterhood the women re-elected
the original slate of officers wth
the expression of greatest confi-
dence in and appreciation of the
work they have done during the
year. Reports on the year's acti-
vities were presented. A social
program and refreshments fol-
lowed.
School Model Seder
A beautiful model seder was
presented on Passover eve by
the children of our Religious
School under the leadership of
our Rabbi, Cantor and Miss S.
Shpall. Haggadda reading, trans-
lations, songs, explanation of
the laws, customs and ceremonies
of Passover and recitations in
English and Yiddish were fol-
lowed by the partaking of Pass-
over foods and refreshments
served by our Sisterhood.
A large attendance of adults
enjoyed the affair and gained a
better knowledge of the excellent
work of our Religious School.
GOLDMAN TO SEEK PAN-AM
UNITY FOR PALESTINE
Washington, D. C.The cem-
enting of a closer bond of friend-
ship between the Jewries of
South America and North Ameri-
ca and the launching of a united
program in behalf of the up-
building of Palestine, will be
among the primary objectives
of the six-weeks tour which Dr.
Solomon Goldman, former presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, will make of the
continent of South America, it
was announced here by Edmund
I. Kaufmann, president of the
Z. O. A.
Dr .Goldman, now vice-presi-
dent of the Z. O. A., will leave
for South America by plane
from Miami on Sunday, April 20.
His first stop will be at Buenos
Aires on April 27, when he will
be the guest speaker at the an-
nual convention of the Zionist
Federation of Argentina. Acting
as personal representative of Mr.
Kaufmann. he will bring the
NFTS LEADERS REGISTERING
FOR BIENNIAL ASSEMBLY
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis of Miami,
is among National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods' leaders from
all sections of the country who
have already registered for the
Leaders and Speakers Training
Institute scheduled for May 1, in
Hotel Statler, Detroit, as the
final feature of the 14th Biennial
Assembly of NFTS.
message of greeting from the
present administration of the
Zionst Organization of America.
Sincere Passover Greetings
Frenchy's Beauty Salon
"Everythino to Make Milady
Beautiful"
201 Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-5666
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Friends and
Customers
THORNTON
SANDWICH CO.
434 S. W. 8th Ave.. Ph. 3-3051
Passover Greetings
SAMUEL E. PENTZ
INSURANCE ADJUSTER
2901 Ponce de ueon Blvd.
Coral Gable*. Fla.
Phone 4.9978 Home Phone 4-4027
Fire. Tornado, Casualty
Automobile and Compensation
Legal Education
Practical Construction Knowledge
Sincere Passover Greetings
MILLER
ELECTRIC CO.
A. W. MILLER
5872 S. W. 4th Street
PHONE 4-4292
JajfS
[Alka-Seltzer
I And They S.y It With eSmilel
Do the members of YOUR family ay thUT
; H not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltxe*
thorough triaL
All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are
enthusiastic in its praise.
If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want It;In your med-
icine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refuna
she purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied.
Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than
rou think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or SmLnSSXi
v.,, covers its use in all conditions listed De-
rSaa low.
(U. on Stomach. Add Indl^^HjjuJ-
bam, -Momlnf After". *"*"* *""
rSta, Headache, Distress of CoWs, as a Gar-
jie in Minor Throat Irritations.
Alka-Seltzer
Passover Greetings
PALACE BOWLING
CENTER
2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898
Sincere Passover Greetings
Biscoyne Pharmacy
2841 N. W. 2nd Ave.. Ph. 2-3292
?TyGUST BROS/r^
If* Is the BEST.' **,
Passover Greetings
NORTHWEST
FURNITURE CO.
Established 1923
A. Kronenfeld, Prop.
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
We Buy. Sell and Exchange
Ph. 7.2427 77 N. W. 36th St.
Sincere Passover Greetings
Schroeder's Tamiami Florist
"The Pioneer Trail Florist"
3219 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-3033
Sincere Passover Greetings
EASTERN
UNDERWRITERS CO.. Inc.
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-6165
Sincere Passover Greetings
WILLIAM SHANKLIN
Coral Gables. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
CARTER
ELECTRIC SERVICE
Electric Motor Repairing
2500 S. W.
PHONE
27th Ave.
4-9525
Sincere Passover Greetings
FLORIDA PAPER
BOX CO.. Inc.
246 N. W. 29th Street
PHONE 3-2906
Sincere Passover Greetings
BABCOCK-
LAMONT
COMPANY
3014 Coral Way
PHONE 4-2539
We Wish to Extend the Hand
of Good Fellowship to Our
Friends Through the Holy
Days of Passover : : : :
2052 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-8382
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
MYERS ELECTRIC CO.
235 Alhambra Circle Phone 4-2878
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRANK 0. PRUITT, INC
INSURANCE
938 du PONT BLDG.
BONDS
PH. 2-4036
Sincere Wishes to All Our Jewish Friends and Customers for A
HAPPY PASSOVER
BELL BAKERIES
SUPER SOFT BREAD SILVER SEAL CAKES
259 N. W. Fourth Street. Miami. Florida
Best Wishes for A Happy Passover to Our Many Friends
and Customers
PERRY'S DAIRY
626 N. W. 10TH STREET
PHONE 2-7221
TO JEWRY
.... EVERYWHERE
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
R. T. JEFFRIES
of
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FRIDAY. APRIL 18, 194]
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
I hope that each and every
one of you had a very pleasant
Passover and that the Sedar
services v. ere as beautiful as
ever with only happiness pre-
vailing.
Last week this article mention-
ed the splendid anniversary
banquet of the Miami A. Z. A.
chapter. In my copy the name of
Sam Silver appeared as one of
the speakers. However his name
was omitted in the printed edi-
tion. This is by way of apology.
At our recent Lodge meeting
a letter was read from the Aux-
iliary wherein they requested
representation on the executive
committee of the Lodge. Every-
one having any experience in
organization work knows that an
auxiliary can be and usually is
a very valuable asset. It was
only natural therefore for the
Lodge to decide in favor of the
request. Hereafter the Auxiliary
will be privileged to send three
ladies to our officers meetings
There is a great deal of news to
present to you but one item is
most important. I refer to that
splendid social affair that is in
Have Your Eyes Examined by
DR. KEENE
&W&
KEEN SIGHT
221-223 Seybold Building
PHONES 2-76812-7682
Sincere Passover Greetings
SYDNEY L MOORE
Wholesale Lumber
319 Congress Building
PHONE 2-4421
"I hate to leave Florida,
but it's great, riding on the
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
AIR CONDITIONED
TO THE MIDWEST
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Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M.
Through sleeping cars for Chi-
cago, Cleveland and Detroit
Through reclining-seat coach to
Detroit. Direct route. Travel in
comfort and safety at low cost
in coaches and Pullman cars.
Lounge car. Dining car.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 173 E. Filter St,
Miami, fsft 3-S3S-L T. W. Lacfcatt, A.C.P.A.
SEABOARD RAILWAY
NEW fORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
1 store for each and every one of
us this coming Tuesday night.
April 22. at the Mahi Shrine
lemple, 1415 Biscayne Blvd., Mi-
ami. The committee headed by
Al Mechlowitz has gone to great
lengths to be able to guarantee
an outstanding event in the cal-
endar of activities of the lodge.
There will be danoing to the
music of a good band for those
who enjoy the art of terpsichore.
and whether you dance or not
there will be plentiful refresh-
ments both liquid and substan-
tial. In addition there will be
ithi r features to amuse everyone:
Games will be played andwell.
I think that is all of the activities
that will be mentioned here. You
' will have to come to appreciate
it. Best of all. I might add. is
that the dancing is free, and the
refreshments are free. The only
charge is an admission of one
dollar per couple or fifty cents
Der person. That is exactly what
I mean, fifty cents each, what
a bargain! Only B'nai B'rith
could give you an evening like
that. Incidentally, any type of
dress is permissable. so come
comfortable and be prepared to
enjoy yourself. Come in slacks,
come in tux (comfortable?), but
just come.
No doubt you know that the
proceeds from this affair will be
used to partially (very partially)
defray the transportation expen-
ses of our delegates to the Dist.
Convention to be held in Wash-
ington the middle of May. Bro.
Ike Levin is president of the
District and in order to keep up
the great prestige of Sholem
Lodge and in respect to Bro. Ike
we should send up a large dele-
gation prepared to make itself
felt on the floor of the conven-
tion. Therefore.if you have the
COMPLIMENTS
of
ROBERT LEWIN
interest of the lodge at heart
call your correspondent immed-
iately at 3-5721 or the B'nai
B'rith office 3-0751, or Al Mech-
lowitz. 3-5931 for tickets.
Our secret service has unearth-
ed the news that Asheville will
put in a bid for the next Dist.
convention. Sholem had pre-
viously thought of putting in a
bid but changed its mind. Bro.
S. B. Miller will probably want
to go to Wash, now so that he
can vote in favor of Asheville
because that is his home town.
At the request of the refugee
resettlement group in Miami the
pres. appointed Benj. Meyer as
our representative to this organi-
zation. Arnold Rubin was named
as alternate
It seems such a shame that
our members permit themselves
to become delinquent in dues.
We know that if they are ap-
proached they pay because they
know that the funds go to so
many worthwhile causes. Bro-
thers, why wait until someone
has to comt calling at your office
or home for money. Send your
check in iirmediately to the of-
fice in the Seybold building.
Your dues are distributed to
the anti-defamation league, the
A. Z. A.. Hillcl. refugee resettle-
ment, hospitals, the publication
of the National Jewish Monthly.
the emergency fund and count-
less other branches of B'nai
B'rith. Bro. Goldstrom heads a
committee in charge of the col-
lection of delinquencies. Please
cooperate with him and pay up
before he iias to send someone
around to see you. Bro.Gold-
strom's assistants are: Ike Levin,
Ernest Sussman, Alex Cohen,
and Max Hoffman.
Again Bro. Rudy Adler has in-
creased the membership rolls of
the lodge. He and his committee
on membership brought in quite
a batch of applications at the
last meeting. Keep up the good
work.
Having become so excited
about the social affair I almost
forgot to express through the
medium of this column my sin-
cere thanks to Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort for the excellent guest col-
umn she wrote for me a week
ago. Remember, my faithful
readers (am I too optomistic),
this column is open to anyone
who desires to express himself
through the press.
We had the opportunity at our
last meeting to hear a talk by
the Hon. Joe Mitchell Chappie
of Boston. Thus far, thank good-
ness, the speakers at our meet-
ings have proved interesting,
and together with the regular
business has made our meetings
most enjoyable. Attendance is
excellent too so it looks like
another banner year.
Passover Greetings
HAWKINS RUG CO.
60 N. E. 39th St.
PHONE 7-6398
Sincere Passover Greetings
NEW YORK
MEAT MARKET
619 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Passover Greetings to
All My Jewish friends
T. L. LOWRIE
Sincere Passover Greetings
KANTRO NURSERY
31SS S. W. 23rd Street
Passover Greetings
OGDEN SCOTT, Inc.
APPAREL FOR MEN
and WOMEN
Great Barrington, Mass.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
Passover Greetings
W. F. WICKERTS
ART STONE SHOP
326 323 N. W. 54th Street
Miami. Florida
PHONE 7-5526
Sincere Passover Greetings
ROYAL AUTO PARTS
6160 N. W. 27th Ave.
PHONE 7-4722
COMPLIMENTS
of
L. W. M.
I. ROSENGARTEN
"Miami's Pioneer Furrier"
Phone 3-4591
118 S. Miami Ave.
MIAMI FLORIDA
Cleaning Glazing
Repairing Remodelling
CERTIFIED COLD STORAGE
VAULTS
Absolute Protection
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
Due to unfortunate circum-
stances the Donors Dinnes sched-
uled for this Sunday evening has
been indefinitely postponed.
However, do not bee too dis-
appointed and here is some good
news for all. We are very for-
tunate in being able to get the
Wofford Hotel again for our May
Day Dance on May 25. There
will be the usual coronation cer-
emony and other novel entertain-
ment. Further details will be
given next week.
The regular meeting of Junior
Hadassah will be held on Mon-
day evening. April 21 at the
Grossinger Hotel 1701 Collins
Avenue. Miami Beach. A cor
dial invitation is extended to al,
our friends and members to at-
tend this meeting.
Sincere Passover Greetings
TUT AN
MOTORS
216 Minorca Ave.
PHONE 4-7641
Sincere Passover Greetings
JUDGE HENRY L.
OPPENBORN
Sincere Passover Greetings
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE
COMPANY
1701 N. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-1219
To Jewry Everywhere
We extend best wishes for a
Happy Passover
FAIRGLADES
DAIRY
Kendall. Florida
PHONE 4-6771
TO OUR MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS
WE EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE TEPEE CLUB
Tamiami Trail at 57th Avenue
NO COVER NO MINIMUM
BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY
235 South Miami Avenue
Phone 2-0541
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE
33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
OFFICE SUPPLIES GREETING CARDS
OFFICE FURNITURE ENGRAVING
We Make Prompt Deliveries
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FRANK S. EVANS CO.. Inc.
PHONE 7-1131
7005 Biscayne Boulevard Miami. Florida
"Now is the Proper Time to Order Your Fall Furniture'
REPAIRING AND REFINISHING
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
NEHI BOTTLING BOMPANY
538 N. W. 24th Street
Phone 3-6287
WATERSYSTEMS, INC
SUBDIVISION WATER SYSTEMS
LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
REPAIRS AND SERVICE
Worthington Pumps
Swimming Pools. Wells
Phone 4-2673
2504 Coral Way
Best Wishes for a Happy Passover
Y'S NEWS
SAM CLARK, Prop.
535 West Avenue
Directly Opposite Floridian Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, RaM>l
Rabbi'* RMMfNMI
1823 S. W. 14th Terrafcs
Phene 8-SISfl
HO 8. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TOBAH
15*5 s w. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls ------------7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon_.....--------8:00 a. m.
Mincha-----------------------5:30 p. m.
Maariv________.....--------6:00 p. m.
Friday ....._____5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service------------8:00 a. m.
Closing Dayi of Passover
Friday and Shabbos, April 18
and 19, the concluding days of
+Jeist>tkjrkMar
PAGE SEVEN
Candidates Endorsed by "Believers in Miami"
ALEXANDER ORR, Jr.
I. D. MacVICAR
HUGH P. EMERSON
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Norton & McCormick
Linen Marking, Felt and
Chenille Lettering
610 N. E. Second Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
We Extend Our Sincere Passover
Greetings to All Our Jewish Pat-
rons and Friends : : : :
THE BLUE DERBY
7-H AVENUE and THE TRAIL
FINE BREAKFASTS
DELICIOUS LUNCHES
SUPERB DINNERS
COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE
PHONE 2-9315
Passover will be observed with
appropriate services in our syn-
agogue. The Shabbos schedule
of services will be maintained
on both days with Shochris be-
ginning at 9 a. m. and Mincha at
5:30 p. m.
Yiskor Services
On Shabbos morning. April 19
the last day of Passover, the tra-
ditional Yiskor services will be
held at 11 a. m. Those who have
entered the names of their dear
ones in the memorial book of
life, the Chevra Mishna will have
the Kol Rachmim recited for
them.
Sermon Schedule
Rabbi Kellner will preach both
PASSOVER GREETINGS
REYES RIDING STABLE
Phone 8-2968 Special Rates
SADDLE HORSES AND PONIES
FOR HIRE
329 Royal Poinciana Blvd.
MIAMI SPRINGS
SjuxxUa Miami fyewi&A
QemeteAy, AblcMUaUon
AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE
PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ
Chairman of Burial Committot, (or the- Services of
the Chevra Kadlsha and All Other Jewish Rttee,.
All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrange-
ments Courteously Furnished Without Charge.
mornings of the concluding days
in English and both afternoons
in Yiddish. The topics will be:
Friday morning, "Past and Fu-
ture."
Shabbos morning, "The Hope
of Immortality."
Friday afternoon, 'The Song
of Songs."
Shabbos afternoon, "Conclud-
ing Sentiments."
Congratulations
We are happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. H. Z. Goldglanz (nee
Sylvia Rosenberg) who were
united in holy wedlock by Rabbi
Kellner on Thursday last. May
the Lord bless them with happi-
ness and long life.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes are continuing
in the Talmud Torah. Parents
are urged to realize that it is
vitally necessary for their child-
ren to gain a true knowledge of
their cultural traditions and her-
itage, which is so essential for a
spiritual balance.
The Habonoth Buds are pre-
paring for their Shevous pro-
gram and parts for the play have
been given out. The meeting
day has been changed to every
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Girls between the ages of 9-12
are welcome to attend meetings.
We Wish to Extend the Hand
of Fellowship to Our Many
Friends and Customers Dur-
ing the Holy Days of Passover
McCR0RY'S
FIVE & TEN
CENT STORE
23 East Flogler Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
IA5&E FEMKAL
** m MIAMI
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Resources Over $5,600,000
J. M. LIPTON. President
Sincere Passover Greetings to
My Many Jewish Friends
LAW'S TRANSFER
555 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 2-5792
HEAR BETTER WORK BETTER
Question .
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WITH
RADIOEAR
Answer ...
Thousands do! We are sure that
after you have worn Radioear for a
few minutes, you, too, will agree that
today's VACUUM-TUBE Radioear
brings you the kind of hearing you
want. You owe it to yourself to get
all the facts about Radioear. Ask
for free booklet.
Acceptaa by Council on Physical Therapy-
American Medical Auoaatnm
VIOLET J. HOWSON
209 CONGRESS BLDG.
PHONE 3-2100
Sincere Passover Greetings to Our
Many Friends and Customers
M. W. WOOD
WOOD'S GENERAL
AUTO REPAIR
1128 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-9224
Sincere Passover Greetings to My
Many Friends
HERMAN WALL
Seybold Bldg.
Ph. 2-4149
Sincere Passover Greetings to Our
Many Customers
SEAFOOD GRILL
THOS. B. FLINGOS. Mgr.
10 S. Miami Ave Ph 2-9528
I Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to My Many
Jewish Friends Through the Holy
Days of Passover
E. W. F. STIRRUP. JR.
Real Estate. Rentals and Sales
3242 Charles Ave Ph. 4-5664
Passover Greetings to All
JOHN A. MATHEWS
620 Security Blda. Miami, Fla.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not belna; 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. 6th St.
Pleas* Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartx. 2-7138
Mrs. Morris Dublar. 6-1517
Mrs Hairy Kaufman, 5-4209
Jewish Welfare Office, 3.5377
Mrs. Mayer Schwartz, 2.1164
snd they will b* called far
Sincere Passover Greetings
MR. and MRS. H, E .KISER
RISER DRILLING CO.
401 N. W. 29th St.
Ph. 2-7176
We wish to extend the hand of
fellowship to our many frienda
and customers through the Holy
Days nf Passover I
MRS. T. D. DUNN
14 K SHOP
610 Lincoln Road
PHONE 6-6267
Ask Your Local
Delicatessen
For the Best

It Costs No Mere
OBTAINABLE BVBRYWHBRB IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PMODUCTS
OalMM Corned Beef
37th
Pieitted.
and tin
Ave.
and
Sincere Passover Greetings
RHODE VACUUM
CLEANER CO.
M. KLEINER. Manager
1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 37838
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Frienda and Cuatomers
LaFRANCE CLEANERS
& DYERS
PHONE 7.4189
6zt4sin>i4 III III IH III I
Invites Your Favorable Consideration of
Alexander Hugh P. I. D.
,uR.
For Election As
City Commissioners
Alter canvassing the entire list of candi-
s dates, the Board of Governors recommends
s unanimously these men, certain ihey will:
INSTALL true city manager government
GET you most for your tax dollar
INSTITUTE business methods and
ELIMINATE political expediency
CLEAN UP the police situation
FOSTER needful improvements
STOP waste of city monies
PROVIDE proven business ability
HALT rising municipal costs
RESIST selfish, vested interests
ADHERE to the city charter
Paid Political Advt.
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*JmistincrkJian
FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's FIobmt Cwiimtlii)
1M N. W. Third A.wui
MAX SHAPIRO, (UbW
4t* ft. W. itth Roid
Offle* Phon* 1-1471
M.i.1. Ftm t-2171
Prmannt Calendar
Daily Service*_______7:30 a.m.
Evening Service!------- 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning----- 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning.......__ 8:30 a. m.
Hebrew School daUy_ 3:15-8:15
Sunday School_____10:00 am
Jr. Cong. Saturdays .-10:10 a Rn.
Late Friday Evening
Services
8:15 p. m.
The concluding days of the fes-
tival of Passover will be ushered
in Thursday evening, April 18,
at sunset, and will terminate
Saturday evening, April 19, at
sunset. The most solemn mo-
ment of the observance will be
reached when the Yiscor, or me-
morial prayer is recited for the
MAXWELL HOUSE
DINING ROOM
2147 S W. 8th St.. Miami
PHONE 2-5922
Chicken a la Maxwell, Ten.
derloin Steak, Chop*, Sea-
food and Daily Specials. .
Sunday Special Turkey Dinner
BREAKFAST LUNCHEON
DINNER
50c
departed ones, Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock. Preceding the me-
morial services, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will discuss the subject,
"Life Beyond?" Friday morn-
ing the Rabbi w;ll speak in Yid-
dish, on "The End is Near."
Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble
will chant the liturgic melodies.
Junior Congregation
It was certainly very inspiring
to note the unusually large at-
tendance of boys and girls at both
services the first two days of
Passover. If for no other reason
than the brilliant enthusiasm
and interest shown by our child-
ren for matters pertaining to
Judaism, members and contribu-
tors who have "Sichlyos", intelli-
gence, will realize "Dayanu" that
is sufficient. That all energy ex-
pounded by them is definitely
worth while.
Special services will be con-
ducted by the Junior Congrega-
tion Friday and Saturday morn-
ings at 10:30 o'clock.
Iladio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the radio hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 3 to
3:30. He will discuss the subject
"Good Will on Earth."
Refuah Shlaema
We hope and pray to the Al-
mighty that He send an immedi-
ate and permanent cure to the
members of our Sisterhood, who
are convalescing at their homes.
Mrs. Louis Gordon and Mrs. Isa-
dor Langner.
Nochum Avaelim
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of the widow and children
of Jacob Rubin, at the loss of
their beloved husband and fath-
er, and a member of our Congre-
gation. Also to Albert Quadow,
at the untimely loss of his be-
loved sister. May their souls be
bound up in the bond of eternal
life.
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presents a NEW SERVICE
CARS
on America's Most Famous Streamliner
THE SILVER METEOR
TO WASHINGTON, NEW YORK
THE TRAIN OF PERSONAL SERVICE
StewardeM-nur*ts, train passenger agent*, dining car stewards, train and
Pullman conductor;, car attendants, Pullman porters.
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SPEED I 24 hn. 55 mins. to New York 20 hrs. 4 5 mint, to Washington
In addition to the new sleeping car service on the Silver Meteor which
includes sections, compartments, drawing rooms, and bedrooms, tin-
famous train will have ultra-modern coaches, three lonnge cars (for
roach and Pullman passengers)tavern, buffet and observationwith
radio entertainment. Two dining carsbreakfast 501, lonrheon and
dinner 60c. All reservations on the Silver Meteor must be made in ad-
vance. Smooth riding. Diesel-electric locomotives are to be added to
other Seaboard trains. Leave Miami 10:20 A.M. daily.
SOUTHERN STATES SPECIAL *
1 HOURS, IS MINUTIS FASTER TO NEW YORK
1 HOURS, 15 MINUTES EASTER TO WASHINGTON
than during Winter season. Reclining-seat coaches, sleeping, dining,
lounge ears. Air conditioned.
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OFF GOVERNMENT
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Vichy (WNS)The determina-
tion expressed by Xavicr Vallat,
recently appointed commissioner
general for Jewish Questions, to
eliminate Jews from French pub-
lic life ncared reality with the
announcement that 80 additional
Jews had been discharged from
their government posts. A list of
59 Jews whose citizenship had
been revoked was also published.
Vallat, who recently referred
to French Jews as a "hostile
minority," has speeded enforce-
ment of the anti-Jewish regula-
tions and announced a stricter
interpretation of the anti-Jewish
statute. Vallat indicated his fu-
ture policy towards French Jews
when he said:
"The Jewish problem, already
grave before the war, is no less
grave today. We must decide
whether an unethical minority
which cannot be easily assimi-
lated and which has done nothing
to assimilate itself shall continue
to be master of the country and
govern it according to principles
which however well-suited to
its mentality are contrary to
ours.
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Jewish Friends
I. C. HICKSON & CO.
207 E. Flagler St. Ph. 26873
Sincere Passover Greetings to
My Many Friends
JOSEPH M. CHEETHAM
ST R
CT L Y
L
Tidbits from Everywhere
hj PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Rosenberg ... In addition to
holding down her main job, that
of Regional Social Security Di-
rector, she Berves as coordinator
of Latin-American cultural and
commercial relations for the
Rockefeller Commission, is a
member of the State and City
Defense Councils, sits on the
Mayor's strike committee, and
acts as a regional coordinator of
health, welfare and related ac-
tivities affecting national de-
fense Columnist Leonard Ly-
ons quotes Emil Ludwig to the
effect that General von Milch,
Nazi air chieftain, is a relative of
his It seems that Ludwig's
mother and the general's fath-
er were first cousins When
confronted with this imputation
of "impurity" of his blood, von
Milch is ..aid to have replied
proudly: "I am positive that my
blood is purebecause my moth-
er told mo that I was not her
husband's son" George Jessel
sure is coming up in the world
. Only recently he delivered
a lecture on public speaking to a
class at Harvard University .
Which, we suppose, makes him
a college professorsomething
you should remember the next
time you laugh at his antics .
Bandleader Meyer Davis enjoys
the distinction of being the only
man in the world who ever or-
dered 325 tuxedos all at once .
But. then, ordinary mortals don't
have 325 oand members to order
tuxedos for.
Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
PHONE 44240
FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS
"Compare Our Prices and Quality"
LOANS
. SAVINGS
. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Loans Made From
$50 to $5,000
REGULAR BANK INTEREST RATES
Members oi Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
MIAMI INDUSTRIAL BANK
THE BANK FOR THE INDIVIDUAL
46 WEST FLAGLER STREET
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FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
+Jewislinoridlia,n
PAGE NINE
1I7 N. E. 1th rnt
Offics Phons 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6691. Indian Creek DriveMM
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, April 18, 8:15
p m. Guest speaker at the ser-
vice will be Rev. Roger Squire
of the Grace Methodist Church
in Miami.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Sabbath Morning Service
Saturday morning, April 19, at
11 a .m. Congregational partici-
pation. Torah reading and inter-
pretation of Biblical portion.
Passover Greetings
Sunoco Service Station
George Knowles
407 N. E. 13th St., Ph. 2-9293
Sincere Passover Greetings
KENT CLEANERS &
LAUNDERERS. INC.
1403 N. W. 7th Ct.
PHONE 3-0753
Sincere Passover Greetings to
Our Many Jewish Friends
and Customers
YOUNG'S
SERVICE STATION
475 41st St. Ph. 5-9134
Sincere Passover Greetings
CECIL'S BODY WORKS
Body and Fender Repairing
Welding, Truck and Body
Building
Now Located at 172 M. W.
21st Street Phone 2-0473
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on
the subject "Pity the Persecutor."
Members of the Confirmation
class attend the service. Parents
and friends are cordially in-
vited.
Sisterhood Elects Officers
The congratulations of our
Temple and affiliated organiza-
tions are hereby extended to
the officers and board members
of the Sisterhood of Temple
Israel who were elected at the
Annual Sisterhood meeting held
on April 7.
The following is the list of
officers: Mrs. Mux Steuer. presi-
dent;Mrs. J. G. Lewis, 1st vice-
president; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet.
2nd vice-president; Mrs. Sam
Luby. financial secretary; Mrs.
Harry Rubin, treasurer; Mrs.
Manuel Joseloff, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Morris Plant, audi-
tor.
Members of the board of dir-
ectors for the Sisterhod for the
coming year are: Mrs. Benj. E.
Bronston. Mrs. H. I. Homa, Mrs.
Sam'l Katz, Mrs. Max Orovitz,
Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Philip
Wcinstein, Mrs. Jos. Weintraub,
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer, Mrs.
Hclene Williams, Mrs. Sam Zin-
kow. The Installation Luncheon
of the Sisterhood will take place
on May 19 with Mrs. Max Oro-
virz as chairman of Luncheon
arrangements, Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet, toastmistress; and Mrs.
Helene Williams, installing of-
ficer.
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 names of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Jacob Ru-
bin, father of Harry Rubin and
Morris Rubin; Harris Ruskin,
father of Dan B. Ruskin.
Yahrzeits: Johanna Bessie Mil-
ler, mother of David P. Miller
and Harry A. Miller; Abraham
Schwartzberg, father of Mrs.
Harry Medoff; Marcia Lasky,
mother of Mrs. Nat Roth and
Mrs. Sam Sable; Harriet Scheff-
reen Mathews, sister of Mrs. M.
L. Marcus; Rachel Weitz, mother
of Max Weitz; Cevia LeVine,
mother of Benj. LeVine; Meyer
Lewis Cowen, father of Morris
L .Cowen: Abraham Feldman,
father of William Feldman and
Mrs. Max Solomon; Marcus L.
Brock, father of Mrs. J. G. Cole-
man; Minnie Mendelson, mother
of Roslyn Mendelson; Jacob
Plant, father of Morris Plant;
Lee Harburger, husband of Mrs.
Sara Harburger.
Floral offering this week by
Mrs. Ray Mendelson, in memory
of Minnie Mendelson.
Gift to the Temple in memory
of Lee Harburger.
QUISLING THREATENS TO
REVIVE ANTI-JEWISH LAW
Stockholm (WNS)Major Vid-
kun Quisling, who betrayed Nor-
way to the Nazis and was re-
warded by being named Feuhr-
er of that occupied country,
told Swedish journalists in a
press interview that he plans to
revive the Norwegian law of
marly 100 years ago forbidding
Jews to enter Norway.
Quisling declared that he was
determined to emulate Nazi
leaders in G( rmany and Austria
by emptying Norway of its entire
Jewish population.
MIAMI BEACH
COMMUNITY CENTER
and CONGREGATION
JACOB JOSEPH

1415 Euclid Avenue
Miami Beach
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its tucce upon
the continued cooperation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
"""""The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
The congregation will hold
memorial services 10 a. m. Sat-
urday morning, the last day of
Passover. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will be the guest speak-
er.
Regular services for the last
days of Passover will start
Thursday evening with services
at 6:30. Services Friday and
Saturday morning will start at
9 a. m., Friday and Saturday af-
ternoon services at 5 p. m. The
public is invited to attend.
BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
oin every week in the year and
Kunilnv Sessions beh'in Sunday
morning. October 20. HMO, ending
Sunday morning. Hay 16th. 1M41.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
11. A. bowlliiK caraeH.
SECOND MONDAY every month, rcs-
ular meeting of Senior Hadaajah.
SECOND AND FOURTH MoNliAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Ladles Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowlts
Poet.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
Ish Congress
FOURTH MONDAY every month.
board meeting. Senior Hadaaaah.
EVERY TUESDAY M< IRNINOTem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Cleasei benefit lied Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
SECOND TCKRDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting, 8:no p. m.
nt Center, Kui-lld Avc. and 14th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge li'nal lirith.
APRIL
20Hadassah Business and Pro-
fessional Group luncheon
and Beach party. Shelbourne
Hotel, 11 a. m.
21Jewish Welfare Bureau, reg-
ular meeting.
23Y. W. H. A. book review.
27Bingo Game, Y.M.-Y.W.H.A.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
.for Jewish Children. Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroomu.
EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap-
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Croupe at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal B'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:20 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings. 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A.
I'.isketball and Dance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotfsons
home. 1059 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
30Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. Informa-
tion Please Program.
MAY
2National Council Jewish Wo-
men closing forum luncheon.
7National Council Jewish Wo-
men election meeting, Morris
Bros. Dept. Store.
20National Council Jewish Wo-
men installation luncheon.
ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT OF
"MY COUNTRY 'TIS OF THEE"
RESENTMENT STILL MOUNTS
AGAINST WEEKLY PAPER
The original manuscript of the
famous hymn. 'My Country "Tis
of Thee," which featured an ex-
hibit held at the Drake Hotel.
Chicago, in connection with the
national triennial convention
of B'nai B'rith.
Passover Greetings
SMITH'S
Boulevard Pharmacy
Cor. 79th St. St Biscayne Blvd
PHONE 7-5567
PRESCRIPTIONS
FilmsSoda Fountain
Cut Rate Drugs
FREE DELIVERY
Miami. Florida

f**q.
LEW M. CISCO
TRANSFER
We are only as far away as
your telephone"
CALL 25411
328 N. E. 2nd Avenue
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY
PASSOVER
ZISSEN'S
BOWERY
"ALWAYS A FUNHOUSE"
1749 N. Miami Ave.
Sincere Passover Greetings
WHITTENBURG
AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES
Artificial Leather. Seat Coven
Upholstering
N A. WHITTENBURG
1246 N. E. 1st Ave.. Ph. 2-8024
Sincere Passover Greeting.
LEONARD T. WILSON
WILSON
ROOFING CO.
15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
Any Kind or Type Roofing
Applied or Repaired
1M0 Alton Road "" -*

London (WNS)While inde-
pendent London newspapers and
members of Parliament demand-
ed that the British government
suppress the violently anti-Jew-
ish weekly, 'Jestem Polakem,"
published by the nationalist Pol-
ish refugees here, it was learned
that right-wing Polish refugees
urged Gen Wladislaw Sikorski
to refrain from making a public
statement in America with re-
gard to the attitude of post-war
Poland towards the Jews.
The interview between the an-
ti-Semitic Polish refugees and
the Polish premier occurred
shortly before Gen Sikorski de-
parted for Canada and the Unit-
ed States. At that time, it was
reported, Gen. Sikorski rejected
the suggestion and said that he
would acquaint American Jews
with his future policies.
Meanwhile, Col. Josiah Wedg-
wood, S. S. Silverman, Philip
Noel-Baker and D. L. Lipson, all
members of parliament, took the
fight to the house of commons
where they demanded that steps
be taken to suppress the anti-
Jewish publication.
Sincere Passover Greetings
S. Ernest Philpitt & Son
36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-5181
Sincere Passover Greetings
CONSTRUCTION
PRODUCTS CORP.
1201 N. W. 1st Ave.. Ph. 3-1234
Sincere Passover Greetings
SOUTHERN
LIGHTING
SUPPLIES
847 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-5123
Sincere Passover Greetings
Kirkham Jewelry &
Optical Company
Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-4647
p^TtJFA
Sincere Passover Greetings
BOULEVARD CLUB
8600 Biscayne Blvd.
Sincere Pattover Greetings
HENRY H. POHL. Inc.
Diatributora for
GRAY DIESEL MOTORS
410 N. E. 13th St. Phone 2-1577
Season's Greetings to Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons
BEACH SHOE
REPAIR SHOP
JOHN ADAMS and SON
618 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2260
Sincere Passover Greetings
CLEMMER'S
PHARMACY
7100 Collins Ave.
PHONE 6-2421
Sincere Passover Greetings
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL RUBIN
HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
STOMACH TROUBLE
NEURITIS
Correct the Cause With
Scientific
CHIROPRACTIC
DR. MICHAEL
GERSHON
Palmer Chiropractor
202-3 Lincoln Drexel Bldg.
on Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Sincere Passover Greetings

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PAGE TEN
JeniUncrkliar
FRIDAY. APRIL 18. 1941
7 he ADL News Service
WILLIAM L BOZEBMAN >--ecror
FLORIDA REGIONAL CmCE
AMT1 CEPAMAHOM LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRTTB
- .- z -". tr.e ".." '-': whom
l.-ed and a., the others
We fcr.-.-A tr.at :.'.; p.-.: =crrv.v-
! ..-. people wbc toed the road to
: ji .. that '
zr -r stand:: Cr^.?;
- that J I '-
and :-
that th
-
7 -
ennan
-i, 1 course, if we stop tc think
A ir-; at aJ that 1

'. k In Polai ish for man; its. And
rr.rri ui-:d :: =
suffer together Only kept 1 came
- -.. js from i did not "
* light They r.&^

.--.
A "-'- --- = earned thr igz ittei defeat
'" that Catbcbc u J must live
-- I '' | together t
..... "-":. tery
>: : : Lynx Mi
_. U earn, children to pro-
vide for ind ~u=: often have
felt too busy to leave the forge
&.--: the loom to listen to the
stranger preaching at the city
I
It
' -- lean Hen ants-
3 -.:-- UveJ in: grows It :;
and the H ; Wt k -. the \tnt ,. rf 5^-
: Easter that has ever Justic M-.7.":::^rr_=
: rants tc fewer audiences Pelley
.-. America igate We car. be sorry that tr.e;.
nd his Silver Shirts an a;-:;:
'. : i :: -'-::-
of the CrucifixioB held tragic ;-rg:v.,- -...... ,.. .. ^ a
: --1..-.it.-. -.: fee the -v.! : I -
.-.e =_-..-.- a.r
.... --; -.; some .-. _i..
'- rr ..v Christians as a his-
r. re a-..-.-. but we
Passcrer Greetings
GROVER W. HODGE
Sincere Passorer Greetings
BORING'S
USED CARS
2300 N. W. 7th Arenue
PHONE 2-6319
-. .- heard the good tidings.
bu1 -.- cannot justly make them
-.- their descendants share the
terribli I -irden which that small
gr^u.L -.--:-t.r.g at night assumed.
It :s a!, clear enough m the Gos-
peh
But :: the source of the evil
:_= not in the Gospels, it must
c- :r. the way the story has been
interpreted to us through the
centuries and in our own times.
And '. we listen to the sermons
in Lent, we can understand how
it happens Our priests do not
intend to arouse hostility, but
they are themselves so moved by
sorrow and shame for humanity,
that sometimes they do not
watch their words to guard
dealing with a war borne infec- against misinterpretation. They
* but with the same deep are so anxious that we should
i malady which has brok- lur.a* r.-tar.d and truly appreciate
en out in Europe at intervals J the Sacrifice which redeemed
ever ind the Middle Ages, ac- us. that they dwell on every
companying Christianity like a aspect of His suffering. Some
distorted shadow The men who receive the lesson the priest in
tried to rise to power on this tends to convey and are con-
are all that .; anti-
Semitism rganizec an-:
.-. .. at a year ago. it
.= r.tt '.-.-; vter.s:-. : ---- j
- pread faster under-
p ind ."ar. it did in the open.
and the miasma r.. most
kely r.laces
The of th- ... ev-
en after its anti-democratic uses
have been exposed again and
again suggests that we are not
Sincere Passorer Greetings
ACE
WINDOW
CLEANERS
2017 N. W. 51st St.
PHONE 7-1855
Passorer Greetings
THE HOME OWNERS
PROTECTIVE LEAGUE
INC.
J. C. WOMBLE. Pres.
744 N. W. 54th Street
PHONE 7-9312
hatred did not create it: they
used something latent in us So.
if we are ever to rid of the evil,
we must trace it to its source.
Since anti-Semitism is almost
as old as Christianity, it would
seem that the source is in the
Gospels themselves. But the
Gospeis have no ground for hat-
red of the Jews. The story is
sumed with the desire to follow
the Way to a better life; but
others, perhaps more ignorant
and suggestible, are moved to
hatred rather than to good
works. They may not go out and
smash windows in Jewish shops,
or cry "Christ Killer" after a
Rabbi: but the hostility has been
created. It is there ready to ap-
clear Our Lord divided the. Par later in distrust and antag-
Jewish people, as He would di- \ onism: it is there always ready
vide any people among whom : to come to life at the call of the
He might appear, as He would demagogue.
divide America today Beside the
majority who never heard His
rr .-. :. .: _--. .-.-
This hideous evil of Catholic
anti-Semitism comes from inter-
pretation and not from the Gos-
the cares of the small farms and pels; with resolution and care
we may hope to see an end to
it in time. The healing of the
old wound is in the hands of
our priests. They can cure it. if
they will, and surely they will
as soon as they realize how
Sincere Passorer Greetings
NICHOLAS NORDONE
Agent For
RICHMOND SCREW
ANCHOR CO., INC.
Concrete Form Ties
40 N. E. 22nd St.. Ph. 2-3314
workshops of homes and child-
ren, and kept conservatively -
the old ways, as our people
would, there were two groups.
"" were the callous rich, the
powerful who feared for their
|p?wer ':'" 0Ci*Uy prominent j strangely some of our people
.;'" "'" '" >:''' -""-- '--n-.plac- misuse their teaching. Then all
'';"-' "'--'- Ihey condemned over the world we shall live in
H:"- *''"' ''-'-'- '-'-: de-! peace with our elder brothers in
ny .--. teaching today I- the religion, the Jews."
other group quite as truly Jew- _
;; U Erst were His fol-
ers the poor the outcast, the
mselfi b rich the learned look-
ing for light
Indeed we a:: know t:-.at the
Twelve were Jews not Judas
OBT OPENS A NEW WAY OF LIFE
B a.A. from commercial and professional pursuits, these
young peopk- and adults are being trained in the ORT
school m Budapest. Hungary, to earn a livelihood in productive
This is a class in the manufacture of leather goodspocket-
books, brief cases, and the like.
Hunearv is one of the eight European countries where ORT pro-
vides industrial and agricultural training and supervises workshops.
This work is supported by the American ORT Federation._________
PALM BEACH
NOTES
I
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j MRS.
i
1
MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark
announce the birth of a son,
Robert Louis. April 11. at \he
Good Samaritan Hospital.
Rev Kanter has arrived from
Buffalo. N. Y. to act as Ortho-
dox Shochet here. Rev. and Mrs
Kanter and daughter are resid-
ing at 535 Fem street.
Concluding services for Pesach
under Rabbi Manuel Greenstein
at Temple Beth El are announced
for Friday and Saturday morn-
ings at 9 a. m. with "Hazkorath
n'Shumos" Saturday morning at
10 a. m. Friday and Thursday
evening prayers also will take
place at 7:45.
Miss Madeleine Halpern has re-
turned to her studies at F. S. W.
C. in Tallahassee after a visit
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Halpern.
O. P. Groner was elected
president of Temple Beth Israel
at a recent election.
Private Joe Glasser has re-
turned to his post with forces
at Camp Blanding after visiting
his father and mother. Mr. and
Mrs Jacob Glasser.
Ira Levin has returned to his
studies at the U. of Florida after
a visit with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. A. Levin.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barash
have as their guest. Mrs. Barash's
mother. Mrs. J. Salzman of Jack-
sonville.
We Wish to Extend the Hand
of Fellowship to Our Many
Friends and Customers
Through the Holy
Days of Passover
EZELL AUTO CO.
We Repair All Makes
of Cars
24 N. W. 4th STREET
PHONE 2-6504
Passorer Greetings
LEON'S BAKERY
2416 Ponce de Leon Bird.
PHONE 4-5166
The office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League is located at 617
Seybold Building, Miami
phone 3-6306. All Florida com-
munities are invited to avail
themselves of the services of-
fered by the organization and
to consult on matters of an
anti-defamatory nature.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
ELECTRIC COMPANY
LIGHTING 'F!X-LRES.
SUPPLIES AND ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
Affiliate
Florida Air Gontr-,1 S/tem
Sales and Service
1C23 5th Street. Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 5-2536
DAYTONA BEACH
The Judah P. Benjamin Lodge
I No. 1059. B'nai B'rith of Day-
tona Beach elected officers for
the coming year at a meeting re-
cently. Elected to serve the or-
ganization were president, Leo
Epstein; v.oe president, Albert
-:"--- I William Gold-
berg; secretary. Simon Reed;
monitor. Louis Ossmsky; guardi-
an, William Sirken; warden,
Louis Goldman; assistant moni-
tor, Jules N'ass.
Congregation Beth Israel held
a seder at the Laubeer Villa.
Palm Beach.
Don't Forget!Saturday is the
last day that you may register
to vote in the May election.
Passorer Greetings
KNIGHT'S
PACKAGE STORE
1601 S. W. 8th St.. Ph. 3-4181
Sincere Paaaover Greetings
House Closing &
Maintenance Co.
-Let Li Keep Yjur Home Safe
and Clean While You're Awa$"
L. B. GREEN. Prop.
456 41tt Street Phone 5-4521
MIAMI BEACH
Sincere Passover Greetings
I. C. AUTO SUPPLY CO.
3527 N.W. 17th Art Ph. 2-3933
Sincere Passover Greetings
To My Many Customers
and Friends
JOHNNY JO
DOUGHNUT
SHOP
20 N. W. 14th Street
PHONE 3-4900
Sincere Passorer Greetings to
Our Many Friends and
Customers
SEVENTH AVENUE
NURSERY
Erich P. Heinrick. Mgr.
5830 N.W. 7th Are.. Ph. 7-4014
Sincere Passorer Greetings
FLORIDA
AMUSEMENT
COMPANY
1719 S. W. 1st St- Ph. 3-5219
Passorer Greetings
MIAMI HEALTH
INSTITUTE
Coordinated Therapeutics
"Treatments Carefully
Planned for the Individual
Need"
7613-15-17 Biscayne Bird.
PHONE 7-7896
Sincere Passover Greetings
R. E. LOWRY
ELECTRIC CO.
HOT POINT
Refrigerators. Ranges.
Water Heaters
2103 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-1601
Sincere Passover Greetings
PAT GANNON
Your Congressman
^t


y-MDAY, APRIL 18, 1941
ARQNQVITZ RATED
WELL QUALIFIED
Strong sentiment for Abe
Aronovitz. candidate for city
commission, is being voiced. A
spokesman for the Aronovitz
campaign committee, which con-
sist.' of ver onc hundred non-
political citizens, said that many
hundreds of qualified voters al-
ready recognize the heinous
scheme behind the recently or-
ganized group called "Believers
in Miami. Inc." and predicts that
thousands of voters will prefer
voting for the independent and
uncontrolled candidates as pro-
test against control of city gov-
ernment by the few.
Aronovitz has been declared
by his supporters to be a well
qualified candidate for the city
commission based on his record
in public life. He first came into
public prominence in 1926 when
he was appointed acting state
attorney to advise the Dade
County Grand Jury. As city
-Jewistilk,i inr
PAGE ELEVEN
Sincere Passover Greetings
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ARTS GALLERIES
1129 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4754
Passover Greetings
Green Candle Tea Room
52 Silver Bluff Avenue
PHONE 4-9334
Sincere Passover Greetings
Miami Burglar Alarm Co.
Jack Hodges, Prop.
1989 S.W. 10th St., Ph. 2-0833
Sincere Passover Greetings
ILA SMITH
LAUNDRY
312 CORAL WAY
PHONE 4-3464
Sincere Passover Greetings
GENE E. BAYLIS
Miami Beach, Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
BERN'S DRUG STORE
901 Washington Ave.
PHONE 5-1611
Sincere Passover Greetings
GRIFFIN &
BAUER
ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
Repairs Maintenance
"WESTINGHOUSE LAMPS"
401 Washington Avenue
PHONE 50201
NIGHT PHONES
4-75252-0896
Huue Crowd Hears Vice-President Wallace Call for Democratic
Unity at B'nai B'rith Convention *
A SECTION OF THE HUGE CROWD THAT HEARD VICE-PRESI-
DENT WALLACE SOUND A VIGOROUS PLEA FOR THE UNITY
OF THE AMERICAN REPUBLICS IN AN ADDRESS AT THE
NATIONAL INSPIRATIONAL SESSION OF THE NATIONAL
B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION AT THE CHICAGO CIVIC
OPERA HOUSE. \
VICE-PRESIDENT WALLACE A3 HE AD-
DRESSED THE B'NAI B'RITH CONVENTION.
HE SPOKE ON A COAST-TO-COAST HOOK-UP
AND ALSO VIA SHORT WAVE TO LATIN-
AMERICA. STANDING BEHIND MR. WALLACE
IS MAYOR EDWARD J. KELLY OF CHICACO.
TO THE RIGHT IS HENRY MONStCY. PRESr.
DENT OF B'NAI B'RITH, WHO INTRODUCEE
MR. WALLACE.
solicitor from 1933 to 1937, Aron-
ovitz appeared for the city of
Miami in a telephone rate re-
duction case and also success-
fully prosecuted numerous muni-
cipal court cases and participated
in the famous power and electric
result of which millions of dollars
were refunded to electric con-
sumers.
He is accredited with the spon-
sorship of the movement to abol-
ish the poll tax and recently re-
signed as assistant city attorney
at a salary of $5,000 a year to
oppose the water deal because
he sincerely believed that it
was tainted with many illegali-
ties and charged that the agreed
price was millions of dollars in
excess of its actual value.
Aronovitz. as a young man in
the community of Miami, was
a city commission candidate in
1927 and was defeated by a
narrow margin. His supporters
now predict that he will poll the
highest number of votes in the
coming election.
Abe, as he is known to all,
has also been active in many
welfare movements such as the
Greek Relief and Red Cross
drives. He is president of Sholem
lodge, B'nai B'rith, in Miami,
with a membership of over one
thousand, member of Masonic
order. Scottish Rite Masons and
Miami Elk's lodge.
It is anticipated, in the opinion
of many citizens, that Aronovitz
will, if elected, bring about many
needed reforms, stop wastage of
funds and abolish political fav-
oritism.
ing Service has opened its doors
for business at 1333 S. W. 8th
St. Mr. Barney Rosenberg, pro-
prietor, comes to Miami backed
by more than thirty years ex-
perience in the laundry and
cleaning business operating suc-
cessfully in New York, Chicago
and San Francisco.
In stating that this is the nu-
cleus of a large organization for
this area, Mr. Rosenberg stated,
"that the Giant Laundry will
maintain the same prices the
year round." "Miami is an un-
laundered city. Approximately
80 per cent of the population do
not patronize laundries because
of misrepresentation in advertis-
ing and the constant fluctuation
in prices and the misleading
family budget bundles. In our
plant we clean clothes, not
scrub them. We will make al-
terations of all kinds having
employed one of the best tailors
in Miami."
Construction for a new up-to-
date plant, modern in all
branches, is scheduled shortly.
EARLY SEDERS TO
London (WNS)Britain's Jews
celebrated Passover at midday
Seders which were completed be-
fore the regular nightly black-
out. The Seders were held early
to avoid the danger of being
trapped in a Nazi air raid.
In a special broadcast Pass-
over message. Chief Rabbi J. H.
Hertz retold the story of the de-
liverance of the Jews from Egypt
more than 2,000 years ago and
declared that the story of Pass-
over served as "a light to the
western peoples in their weary
warfare for liberty."
The Chief Rabbi voiced a mes-
sage of encouragement to the
approximately 4,000,000 Jews
now in Nazi-occupied countries
and predicted that Mussolini and
Hitler would meet the same fate
which befell Pharaoh.
OPENS NEW LAUNDRY
DRY CLEANING SERVICE
A newcomer to Miami, the
Giant Laundry and Dry Clean-
sincere Pasiover Greetings to Our
Many Friend* and Cutomer
TENDERIZED
CORNED BEEF CO.
519 N. W. 23rd St. Ph. 3-5461
Sincere Passover Greetings
HARRY O. NELSON
Miami Beach. Florida
GREETINGS
PASSOVER
PaintingBody Work
Gat and OilsLubrication
OLIVEROS
MOTOR SERVICE
J W. OLIVEROS
General Auto RPair-,8rnj,rL"
SpecialistsStromberg and Carter
Carburetor Service
PALESTINE IS TERMED THE
BULWARK OF DEMOCRACY
New York (WNS)Palestine
was pictured as a vital link in
the defense of democracy thru-
out the world by Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine, and
Senator Alben W. Barkley, ma-
jority leader of the Senate, in
addresses at the ninth annual
"Third Seder" of the National
Labor Committee for Palestine.
More than 5,000 persons at-
tended the special Passover
feast which was held in two
sections, one at the Hoter Astor
and the other at the Hotel Com-
modore. Messages from Presi-
dent Roosevelt and Senator Rob-
ert F .Wagner, chairman of the
recently-formed American Pales-
tine Committee, were read to
both sessions.
The president's message read:
"My hearty greetings to all who
join with the National Labor
Committee for Palestine in cele-
brating the ancient Jewish Pass-
over. I trust this celebration of
a time-honored festival will in-
spire all who participate with a
new determination to exemplify
in twentieth-century terms the
highest teachings of the ancient
culture of Israel."
In his message. Senator Wag-
ner said: "All friends of Palestine
must recognize that it stands to-
day at the very center of resist-
ance to the forces of aggression,
and as a bulwark for the defense
of the Suez Canal. Palestine's
man power, its industries and its
resources are being dedicated to
the cause of freedom for which
Britain and her allies struggle.
Every assistance to Palestine at
this grave hour therefore repre-
sents direct and immediate aid
to the democratic forces upon
whose victory depends the fate
of Palestine as well as the sur-
vival of civilization in the mod-
ern world."
Expressing confidence that a
Palestine Jewish Commonwealth
would result after a British vic-
tory as a part of the "reason-
able and common sense solution"
of the world's problems, Dr.
Weizmann declared that "there
may be other programs offered,
but none will suffice or endure
save the recreation of the Jew-
ish National Homeland among a
family of democracies."
The world Zionist leader laud-
ed the leadership of President
Roosevelt and Prime Minister
Churchill. likening them to
Moses and Aaron. "I cannot say
which is Aaron and which is
Moses." he said, "for both are
blessed with powerful oratory
and powerful intellects."
"But Churchill and Roose-
velt," Dr. Weizmann added,
"are as two brothers with per-
fect coordination that goes be-
yond words. In ttieir hands and
in the hands of the two peoples
whom they represent lies the fu-
ture of humanity."
Senator Barkley compared
Adolf Hitler to a Pharaoh, "who
seeks to enslave not only one
people but all mankind, all relig-
ions, all races." He referred to
Palestine as a loyal member of
that group of nations that is de-
termined to stem the tide of to-
talitarianism and rebuild the
world on new foundations of lib-
erty.
Joseph Schlossberg, chairman
of the National Labor Commit-
tee, presented a $100,000 check
for the Histadruth, Palestine's
Jewish labor federation, to Is-
rael Mereminski, secretary of
the Histadruth, now in this
country. The check represented
part of the $1,000,000 campaign
for the Histadruth now being
conducted by the National Labor
Committee.
Other speakers included Israel
Sieff. British Zionist leader;
Hayim Greenbcrg, editor of the
Jewish Frontier; Morris Fein-
stone, Alexander Kahn. Isaac
Hamlin, David Wertheim, Louis
Segal, Dr. May Bero. Dr. Israel
Goldstein. David Pinski and
Samuel Burstein.
Sincere Passover Greetings to My
Many Jewish Friends
ROGER W. ARNOLD. D. N.
221 S. W. 22nd Ave- Ph. 2-5839
Sincere Passover Greetings
ROMAN TILE CO.
Frand DePadova. Owner
1816 S.W. 27th Ave., Ph. 4-4030
Passover Greetings
EDGAR F. SUTTON
SCULPTOR
329 N.W. 11th Ave. Ph. 3-2739
Sincere Passover Greetings
C. K. BAYLIS
Coral Gables. Florida
Sincere Passover Greetings
DAY & NITE
CURB MARKET
47 N.W. 79th St., Ph. 7-9379
JOSEPH DeBRITA
ARCHITECT
7625 Biscayne Boulevard
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Telephone 7-3415
Sincere Passover Greetings
PEACOCK'S
CORAL GABLES
BAKERY
2518 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-9159
Sincere Passover Greetings
GEORGE'S
AUTO PARKS &
GARAGE, INC.
170 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 3-8331
The Answer to Your Beverage
Cooling Problem
BLUE FLASH
Dry Electrically Operated
Refrigerator
SHELLEY'S
South Florida Distributor
PHONE 4-6404
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FRIDAY, APRIL 18. 1941
PREMIER PLEDGES
EQUAL RIGHTS
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The National Refugee Service Has The Task
Of Making New Americans Into Good Americans

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to employment. In
5 ve vocational re-
500 re'ugees. Thit
fa-m school operated
ml Ag-ieultural So-
eoepe-ates with NRS.
:xi zz-^ s-.--
A HAPPY ?ASSC'.T?.
W. H. ELLIS
Sjae*T Passover Greeting*
LEE JOHNS
MOTOR CO.
5A H. W. 7th Avenue
PHONE 3-25TJ
PAYS
iTHIBUTETD JEWS
WNS>Declaring
r attempts in Oth'r i
: r past 2.000 ;.
. but in this ca-
the Eucti
Grenfell Wauchope
r High commissioner of Pa
- paid high tribute to J
inal settlements in P-
; luncheon meetii .
v. nm Leaf
y to understand i
v much
.^ needed for this rr
I without visiting
Ik inf. to the settlers it ij
rder to realize how much |
gain from their disregard o: p
..-. They do no: :
and do not envy anotl
tsion If labor is ardu-..
i gular.'
*;-..* fcv tee 'e'-geee have trouble
-v :. ~:~i a:-;dge" ... But they'll
-a-- .to at t-e "000 -e'ugeet *e **ani
=.i a-'a-ge-S E-; s- -rt-uet0" i 1t*0
.i--a T* one of Wve service* ren.
;; ;: = / t-e = 5 : :- 'or social and
;- -..-a a:, .*- *-.
(Above) Anxious facet, anxious voice* question at these
new arrivals come to the intake deak of NRS. NRS e-
spended to 321.000 requeeta for advice, erv.ee and mfor.
mat-on in 1**0.
^oQo-
Passe ver Gre-e-ursgs
JOHN C. MILLER
2234 S W. lti Avee-ue
PHONE 4-5360
COOLER OPERATES
Sincere '*'J: for *
t*P??
Piiicvtr ts C--r M*=y Friends
a=d Oasto*=ers
JEFF'S
NITE CLUB
:1 West Flagler Street
phone HOU
Best Wishes to Our M*=y
Jewish Fr>tids and Customers
for A Hajrpy Passover
TROPICAL
S00ASH0P
Ml !C. E. 1st Artnoa
PHOICE :-4S04
I: -j-.~ --.-.z.r-ri .:*: -c-:-.;:r.
-=.. refrifcraton aaaasamactaBad
by SaraeL lac in the pas*. 2'.
years were v. :* '.rrr.r-d ..-:
.r.e :cxl* fr.t sq-^ar? .: -.-.;
.T.eastire 24-: 100 Bulea IcaBfl W
Boead > larnisknl af
the ?~.^.a Vaaez aaad Gas Coaa-
paaj sa:d tcday T-_= .....la
-. j.- ^* ..-g e.-.cug,-. t.-. reach
(ran Use eartii U the rooon md
extend couple caf chooaand
: 3d the .'.:.- s.ir
"*': baaa recajved .- -c ::
caar iiaiiiiiuiiif inraii Croaa tbc
"a.-. -li'.f.rrr f t-.r Hi: "'"-
ratoi mar.j :- -.-: \s.i
mentJ u-nceri.-: ti s
Ai ; -. know "
:-/.z.i it-.r :- ; -- :
B-itfa cte .-. -: II .- .-:
fr^ez..-? ij -..- ant
b ike .-- It .; -. -'.-
toe that j !i;t
TI i-.i-- that -.
reacr : .* I
about -....- four
ed and 1 pound Tt
- | fearrj pro-
The -...; prodv
WCAlJd it
pound iea lea
re brokes -:\^r into
.*. -...-: -v.. a glass -.;
i.r for evcf* aaaa, -*..--.-.
DWled Stasea
paM <* for e-.erybody in th*
bnpara ^jchid^-.g India.
a-d st.i. have scrre .:e r-h-es
left onre-f
Ser.-e; fac-,:ry -rricers shew that
~:r^ vtar. 4 : z-r-iple art cr.
the isajrufl Of _-.=: ataaaber a.-
t :r-e-fourth have been vital
\- :;~;iry t*r. y-rars Baora
Taic^tg ;ust the grt'-p that has
beer. w;:h -_-.e :: par.y -^r. or
ore years there are .:re than
elever. d =.>: r._-ire-2 -ar.
years of exo-rr.er :e a'..r.e be-
hind the Qenal refr:-erators.
Ci.-trsd:ot..-.g t-e mtkklal
leveled at Badaaatry that h baa
-.: place :ts ranks for man
forty y.ars of a?e :r
at KErvey of ServeTi per-
s.-.v.e-d t.-.a: ab-out cr.e-
thtrd :i -- '. its empaoyes aro in
_- :' r.y-_-.;-_i aze group
Thk o..o be a. aatereal t
play a irge tole in de-
_ .- -..-._; or it r :o ; rot r
o-t .- the tnuaay at ''.-. u
l- :.i-1 e V- thaai :'.-.: ka
a ..--- err ;':;.
ad --it .
Hi-.
d - tell and
- tu-.e lir. '-.-.-. .tr. t
i.:: .---.:- -. -
- I I: pan tea years
in SerreJ i Crifl naton Ah
would
les long -f the anal ant
:'. aheet steel aaed in a year
n aght U the factory all
To- Serrd plaasl = the lar-
gest fea the United States de-
voted ex.lus:-. --'.-/ ;-.- rra-u-
'i".-; of r-fiifjaiatcan ".-.':.-
ar. area of ftfcy-foox acres Be-
s:-2>s this warhouse rpae? uivua
additooRal area."
NAZI
KILLS 7D0 JEWS
3err.e :WNS)More than 700
Jean were killed and scores of
syr.agtgues ar.d Jewish commun-
ity centers were destroyed in a
series cf devastating Nazi air
-os which reduced Belgrade
to a city of fire and rums, accord-
ing to dispatches reaching here
:'.- -r .::: : i Y-j-.-lav.a
Many cf the Jewish victims
A the Nazi raids were killed
when they sought protection in
Eseigrade'a famous "Oneg Shab-
bos" center, the headquarters
for Zi:r.ist and Jewish women's
organizauons in the Yugoslav
;o_o.-.i 7- Jews, including many
an and children, wore buried
under tons of debris when the
center araa hit by a Nazi bomb.
it was reported.
Rescue squads immediately
rusr.-zd to the scene and worked
I y to extricate the vic-
Mary persons were still
when reached by rescue
d5 but died a few hours
wards because medical sup-
were slow in arriving, the
report said.
The fierce Nazi air attacks
dis.-rgar.ized the Yugoslav capi-
ta. ; communication system and
led to the ground many
o --:o:ta:- Important medical sup-
were lost in the raids,
j which, while not unexpected,
i found the city defenseless.
Casualty lists were unobtain-
able tut it was feared that many
jproour.ent Yugoslav Jewish lead-
ers were among the first victims
' the v-ar
Sincere Passover Greetings
ALBERT ANIS
Miami Beach. Florida
Passover Greetings
MONTEREY
WOODCRAFTERS, Inc.
2035 W. Flagler St. Ph. 2-8335
Sincere Passover Greetings
BONACKER & LEIGH,
INC.
1111 N. W. 22nd St.
PHONE 2-3155
Sincere Passover Greetings
VENETIAN
SHORTWAY SEDAN
SERVICE
1133 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 3-3800
Sincere Passover Greetings
TIP TOP STORES
1301 West Flagler St.
27 N. W. 5th Street
665 N. W. 36th Street
2425 S. W. 8th Street
A Happy Passover To AU
M
2741 W. Flagler SU Ph. 4-9475
Best Wishes for A Happy
Passover to Our Many Jewish
Friends and Patrons
1. H. THOMAS
DAIRY
901 S. W. 65th Avenue
PHONE 4-3114