The Jewish Floridian

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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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CoMawwc The Jewish Unity
VOLUME 14No. 19
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
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DiSTRICT MEET
11 UNO 12
The 65th Convention of the ;
Fifth District of B'nai B'rith
comprising seven states from
Man-land to Florida, will open
with a reception Saturday even-
ing in Washington with head-
quarters at the Willard Hotel.
formally opening Sunday morn-
ing with registration of delegates
and closing Monday evening at
a banquet with the Honorable
Samuel Rayburn, speaker of the |
House of Representatives and I
Henry Monsky, president of the
order as principal speakers.
Complete details of the con-
vention will be found in the
B'nai B'rith column in this is-
sue.
Isaac Levin of Miami will pre-
side at the business sessions of
the convention. A special train
on the Silver Meteor, stream-
lined feature of the Seaboard
Airline Railway, will leave Mi-
ami and meet other Florida dele-
gates en route.
Among delegates, alternatives,
wives and guests attending the
Fifth District Grand Lodge con-
vention are: Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Chaiken, Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hei-
man, Mr, and Mrs. Sol Gold- I
strom. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Mil- j
ler, Mr and Mrs. Elry Stone, Mr. i
and Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mr. and |
Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mr. and
Mrs Milton A. Friedman. Mr.
and Mrs Harry S. Schwartz. Mr.
and Mrs, E. Albert Pallot. Rudy
Adkr. J Aron Abbott. Jack Au-
gust. Albert E. Berkeley. Dave
Emmer, Morris Bierman. Bernard
S. Feiner, Marx Feinberg. Isi-
dor Goldstein, Ernest Gunzberg,
Walter C Kovner, James Leon-
ard. Daniel Moss. Sid H. Palmer.
Harry Rayvis. Fred K. Shochet.
Arthur freister, Harold Turk.
Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Jennie Rot-
fort, all of Miami; Harry Eff. St.
Augustine; Jack Kapner and Joe
Lesser, Wist Palm Beach; B. J.
Cohen and Murray Lebelman.
Orlando; J. Glickstein. Jackson-
ville; H. Ossinsky, Daytona.
Jewess Receives
Medal for Valor
London (WNS)Miss Rosalie
Gassman, 29-year-old chairman
of the British W. I. Z. O. Youth
Center and emergency telephone
operator, was the first British
w"inan to receive the new British
Empire Medal for exceptional
heroism, it was officially an-
nounced here.
Miss Gassman. who lives with
her family in London's Jewish-
Populated East End district, was
stationed at a fire station during
heavy Nazi air raid. Despite
jallniK bombs which wrecked the
'" station, the Jewish girl re-
mained at her post, keeping In-
tact communications with the
raidi d district. In addition to
"CT regular duties. Miss Gassman
cared for several air-raid cas-
ualties.
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that Corporal Leslie
Uinsberg, a member of the Royal
'usihers, has been awarded the
Military Medal for "gallant and
distinguished" service somewhere
" the Middle East
e)tlij cJlToffier
dedicated (o DKcffier's 2)atj
Someone I love comes back to me
With every gentle face I see:
Beneath each wave of soft, gray hair
I seem to see my mother there.
With every kindly grace and word
It seems as if I must have heard
Her speak, and felt her tender gaze
With all the love of olden days.
And I am moved to take her hand
And tell her now I understand
How tired she grew beneath the strain
Of feeling every loved one's pain.
No further burdens could she bear;
The promise of that land more fair
Alone could tempt her from her chair;
And now. if I could keep her here.
No sacrifice would be too dear.
No tempered winds for her too mild.
Then I would smooth and kiss her face.
And by her side take my old place.
And sob my fears and cares away.
The tears I have so long repressed
Would lose their ache upon her breast.
I think if I could feel her touch
Once more, it would not matter much
How sunny or how dark the day.
Author Unknown.
SERVICE PROGRAM
TO BE STARTED BY
PALESTINE FLOWER WEEK
TO BE OBSERVED LOCALLY
As Jewish communities in the
United States prepared for the
observance of Palestine Flower
Week under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund, American
Zionists were urged to take "our
stand in the ranks of the unde-
feated" regardless of the "chang-
ing fortunes of war." The per-
iod between May 11th to May
18th will witness gatherings and
popular collections for the Jew-
ish people's fund to acquire land
in the Jewish National Home as
'the soil in which the seeds of
victory, freedom and national
renaissance grow." This will be
the 28th annual observance of its
kind arranged each spring as an
occassion to rally mass support
for the work of Keren Kayemeth.
Flowers and leaves of the Bib-
lical "Rose of Sharon." colorfully-
reproduced will be offered by a
THREAT TO EXILE
JEWS IS CAUSE Of
ESCAPE ATTEMPT
HITLER CHAR6ES HE WAS
FORCED INTO PRESENT WAR
Geneva < WNS (Assuming the
role of a disciple of internal
peace. Adolf Hitler charged that i in
Winston Churchill and "Jewish
financial interests" had forced
him into the war and had per-
sistently blocked an "understand-
ing" with Nazi Germany, in his
address before the hastily-con-
vened Reichstag.
Disclaiming any territorial or
any other "selfish political in-
terests" in the Balkans. Hitler
The launching of a S10.765.000
program of service to soldiers,
sailors and defense workers,
raised in a nation-wide cam-
paign, will be conducted by six
national agencies, the Young
Men's Christian Association; the
National Catholic Community
Service; the Salvation Army; the
Young Women's Christian Assoc-
iation; the Jewish Welfare Board,
of which the Young Men's He-
brew Association is a subsidiary;
and the National Travelers Aid
Association.
The purposes of the United
Service Organizations, are to aid
in the defense program of the
United States by serving the re-
ligious, spiritual, welfare and so-
cial needs of the men and wo-
men in the armed forces and the
defense industries of the United
States and in general to contrib-
ute to the maintenance of morale
in American communities; and,
order to carry on such ser-
mocracies. which can think only
in termss of capitalism, can main-
tain that if one state delivers ma-
chinery to another, it thereby
dominates that other State. In
actual fact such domination, if
it occurs, can be only a reciprocal
domination."
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
JEBI9KIEI
FORCED TO LABOR
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
administration ordered all male
Jews, irrespective of age. to re-
port on May 1 for compulsory
labor service, it was learned
here. The Jews were instructed
to wear yellow arm-bands, bear-
ing the mogen-david. on their
coat sleeves.
The Jews were immediately
put to work removing the debris
caused by the terrific Nazi bom-
bardment of Belgrade which re-
sulted in the loss of thousands of
lives The Jews were supervised
bv Nazi soldiers, who beat per-
sons considered too slow at their
tasks.
Damage done in Belgrade by
the air-raids has been so wide-
spread that it was believed that
the Jews will be kept in these
special labor gangs for many
2ft The Jews are not paid
for their work and are compelled
to work on Saturdays.
Pavelitch, the Nazi
Ante
pro-
chief
pagandist who has become erne
of the Nazi-created state of Croa
Ua announced that henceforth
# ^TcroaTia11 'JeTSS'S
citizens of Croatia. J"
treated as "subjects.
Zurich (WNS) With the
threat of deportation to the
French island of Madagascar
hanging over their heads. Jews
in Germany and Nazi-occupied
countries are frantically seeking
to escape from those lands be-
fore it is too late, it was reliably-
reported here.
Chief obstacle, at the present
writing, of the escape of a num-
ber of German Jews to America
is the fact that United States
consulates have persistently re-
fused to issue visas until the emi-
grant can show proof that he has
arranged for passage on a speci-
fic boat for a specific date.
The tension of Jews in Ger-
: many. Austria. Poland and
Czechoslovakia was heightened
when Nazi authorities in Berlin
summoned Jewish leaders and
laid before them the plan to send
all Jews in Nazi occupied Europe
to Madagascar.
While Jewish leaders attending
the conference were warned to
remain silent about the discus-
. sions, it was learned that the
Nazi plan will be put into effect
as soon as the time is considered
expedient.
Distribute Gifts
Stolen from Jews
Geneva (WNS)The Ruman-
ian government has distributed
gifts, including rings, watches
and fountain pens confiscated
from Jews, to members of the
Nazi army stationed in that coun-
try, according to the "Bucharest
Tagcblatt." Nazi paper published
in Rumania.
The gifts were taken from Jew-
ish shops confiscated by the gov-
ernment. Many of the valuables
were seized from Jews during
the anti-Jewish pogroms.
Nazi elements in Rumania have
i proposed to the government that
' Rumanian Jews, with wealthy
relatives or friends in the United
i States be permitted to emigrate
fo America provided their Ameri- through which aid to the Jewish
can relatives deposit as yet un- < community m Palestine can be
specified sums of money
the Rumanian government
vices, to afford a means of an or-
ganization in which the member
organizations may cooperate.
In Miami. Mayor Alexander
Orr. Jr.. was designated by the
National Association to be gen-
eral chairman of the local U. S. O.
Wednesday evening. May 7, at
a breakfast meeting. Stanley C.
Myers reported on the Regional
said that Germany and the Bal- | Conference of the U. S. O.. held
kan nations were economic part- i last week in Atlanta,
ners and: i^ p\an js t0 form state and
"None but our Jew-ridden de- county programs that will make
with
Y REFUGEES
ENTER PALESTINE
New York (WNS)More than
5.000 refugees entered Palestine
with the help of the United Pal-
estine Appeal in the first four
months of 1941. it was announced
by the United Jewish Appeal.
A survey of recent develop-
ments in Palestine, made by the
United Palestine Appeal, showed
that despite the spread of the
war to the Eastern Mediterran-
ean, the rate of immigration into
Palestine has increased over the
war year of 1940 when 12.572
Jewish immigrants arrived in
the Jewish homeland. There
are still approximately 4,500
holders of immigration certifi-
cates in European lands.
Emphasizing the strategic im-
portance of Palestine for the de-
fense of the Suez Canal and dem-
ocracy in the Middle East, the
U. P. A. report stressed the fact
that the United Palestine Appeal,
which is represented together
with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and the National Refugee
Service in the United Jewish Ap-
peal, constitutes the channel
effectively brought in the gather-
ing crisis in the Mediterranean.
plans to conduct a campaign in
cities throughout the United
States beginning the week of
June 3.
Two committees were formed,
one consisting of lay members, of
which William J. Brown is chair-
man, and another committee
headed by Mr. Nielson. executive
director of the Community Chest,
which comprises executive di-
rectors of the local service organ-
izations.
A State conference will be held
in Tampa on Friday. May 9.
Goldman Again
Heads ILA. H. C.
Detroit (WNS)The 37th bi-
ennial council of American He-
brew Congregations reelected
Robert F. Goldman president in
its closing session here. Other
officers elected were: Adolph
Rosenberg. Cincinnati, board
chairman; Jacob W. Mack. Cin-
cinnati, Harry N. Gottlieb. Chi-
cago. Eugene Strassburger. Pitts-
burgh, and Frederick S. Green-
man, New York, vice-presidents.
Charles P. Kramer. New York,
was chosen president of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple Bro-
therhoods. Arthur Straus, Chi-
cago, was elected chairman of
the Jewish Chataqua Society. The
newly formed National Associa-
tion of Temple Secretaries elect-
ed Irving Katz. Detroit, as presi-
dent.
A resolution was adopted, after
heated debate, by the delegates
to the Union convention expres-
sing deep disappointment and
regret that the objectives envis-
aged in Pittsburgh in 1938. of the
General Jewish Council had not
been realized.
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PAGE TWO
* let* iit ftcrHiar
The Deborah Chapter of Y.yjng
Judc-a is holding its Installation
uf officers and induction of
pledgees May 10. The event will
be held in the form of a dinner
party at the home of the sponsor.
Mrs. Murray Grossman 1030 W
47m street Miami Beach Of-
ficers to be installed ar-_ ?'..--
Judith Goodman, president: Mi
Rosalie Siegel. vice president;
Miss Marilyn Love
Mist Seyms Pratt, secretary.
Pledgees are: Miss Miriam K.^-
sel. Dorr-thy Meckowitz. Arelcne
Rose. Muriel Redicker. G.Ida
Gottlieb/ Chariot* Weinberger.
Guest speaker Rabbi
! Meschi .

The installation.of officers of the
Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation will take
place Sunday night at the I*
.synagogue. 590 S W. 17th ave-
nue Mrs Charles Feldman will
be the installing officer. Speak-
ers of the evening include Rabbi
Abraham Kellner. H If. Dre-
wich and Mrs George Chertkof. ;
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments are: Mrs. Max Kupfer-
stein. Mrs. I. Rosengarttn and
Mrs H. M Kagen Refreshments
.vill be served.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder re-
turned to the city Wednesday-
after a six weeks honeymoon
trip by motor They spent some
time in Hot Springs. Ark.. New
Orleans. La and other places
of interest. Mrs Binder is the
former Miss Ray Shochet

Mrs. Isaac Levin while attending
the Br.ai B'rith convention this
week will visit with her son.
Lieutenant Robert Levin, who is
stationed in Washington. D C.
E
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T. E. BRAUN
nil Om i B :. Tuned
Rei i. R*b
! S tv ST PH. 1
: SOL METCHIK
announces his new connection
with the
Beach Chevrolet Co.
Miami Beach's Exclusive
Chevrolet Dealer
Sol will be pleased to have
his friends call him there for
new Chevrolets or good used
car bargains.
540 ALTON ROAD 5-0878
MIAMI BEACH
Ladies Auxiliary B'nai B'rith will
hold a box supper and dance
Tuesdav evening. May 27 at 8
o'clock* at the Shelborne Hotel.
Admission will be 25c plus a box-
supper preoared for two bearing
the owm i name. A prize for
- attractive box will I
awarded. Chairman of the af-
fair is Mrs Belle Berman
ed by Mrs Harold Rand, co-
chairman; Mrs Rosalyn Berman.
Mrs. Ann Wetman. Mrs. Ida Od:-
ner. ticket chairmen: Mrs Bar-
n y Goodman, entertainment
.'Irs Al Green, pub-
licity.

The Daughters of the Jewish War
Veterans. Freda Markowitz Aux-
iliary- 174 will tender their 3rd
annual Mother's Day celebration
Sundav afternoon from 3 to 5 p
ni at "the home of Miss Shirley-
Rothschild. 345 S. W. 14th ave-
nue. During the course of the
afternoon, a formal initiation of
new members will be held and a
social program will be presented
to all mothers and guests at-
tending.

Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret. 1011
Michigan avenue. Miami Beach
announce the engagment of their
daughter. Florence Anne to Dr.
Herbert A Wasserman. son of
Mr. and Mrs Frank Wasserman
of Los Angeles. California The
wedding will be an event of this
summer in Los Angeles where
the couple will reside.

Sisterhood of Miami Beach Com-
munity Center will sponsor a man
jongg and card party Sunday.
Mav 11 at 8 p. m. in the gardens
of Jacob Joseph Congregation.
14th Place and Euclid Avenue.
Mrs. Beatrice Fishbein is chair-
man.

'< Workmen's Circle Branch 692 of
, Greater Miami will sponsor a
cultural program Sunday. May
111 at 8:30 p. m. at the Biscayne
. Collins Hotel. Miami Beach. B.
I Duntov will be the guest speaker.

, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling an-
! nounce the birth of a son at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital. Sunday.
May 4. Mrs. Frehling is the for-
mer Marion Blank.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. 3i!4
Prairie avenue. Miami Beach an-
nounce that on Saturday. May
.1:30 a m in the Beth Jacob
svnagogue. 311 Washington ave-
nue. Miami Beach, the bar mitzva
of their son. David Noble Lutsky
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RAXH08, MIAMI ROBE, FIFTH FI>)oR
will take place. Friends are cor-
dially invited to attend the ser-
vices at the synagogue and also
the reception which will be held
honoring him. Sunday. May 11
from 3 to 6 p. m. at home. Cards
are not being lsued.

Morris Jacobs is convalescing at
his home. 1243 S. W. 6th street,
after undergoing an operation at
Victoria Hospital. He will be
happy to receive his friends.

Rev. and Mrs Maurice Mamches
announce the birth of a daughter,
at Miami Beach Hospital. Friday.
April 25. At services held Sat-
urday morning. May 3 the baby-
was named Valerie.

Mrs. Jack Kahn of Brooklyn. N.
Y.. is visiting with her sister and
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Mell of this city.

George Wolpert will return to the
city Saturday after a combined
business and pleasure trip in the
north.

Miss Rosalind Friedman left
Thursday to visit with friends
and relatives in the Carolinas.
RED CROSS TO ORGANIZE
FIRST AID DETACHMENTS
Red Cross Volunteer First Aid
Jetachments will be organized
in Miami, it was announced by
Harvey R. Payne. Dade County
chairman, following a meeting
recently with Walter H. Combs.
H. R. Roney and J. Fritz Thomp-
son. These detachments will be
organized. Mr. Payne explained,
in cooperation with industries,
office buildings, colleges, hotels
and similar organizations.
Authorization for the organiza-
tions of these squads came from
Chairman Norman H. Davis in
Washington who has sent out
letters of instruction to the 3.700
chapters of the Red Cross.
Red Cross chapters are author-
ized to promote, organize, train
and supervise Volunteer First
Aid Detachments in cooperation
with industries, etc. A detach-
ment shall consist of not less than
15 nor more than 50 persons. At
the meetine Mr .Roney was
named chairman of First Aid.
with Mr. Combs, assistant chair-
man.
Mother's Day Greetings
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and Garage
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OL.UE PAGE. Prop. ph. 2-9811
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
FRIDAY. MAY 9. 1941
OreMInn on MotheiB bay
McARTHUR JERSEY
FARM DAIRY. INC.
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At a meeting of the Miami
Section, National Council Jew-
ish Women, held Wednesday
afternoon at Morris Brothers De-
partment Store the following.of-
ficers were elected: president, Mrs.
Monte Selig: 1st vice-president.
Mrs Jack Cohen: 2nd vice-presi-
dent. Mrs Maurice Jacobs: 3rd
vice-president. Mrs. Irving Kob-
ley; corresponding secretary,
Mrs Emil J. Gould: recording
secretary, Mrs Aaron Farr; fi-
nancial secretary. Mrs. Charles
Bushell: treasurer, Mrs. Ada Jo-
seph: auditor. Mrs. Max Dreyer;
director for two years to fill a
vacancv. Mrs. Day J. Apte: di-
rectors for three years. Mrs. Ben-
jamin LeVine. Mrs. Harry Bam-
hard. Mrs. Benjamin Bronston.
The installation luncheon will
take place Friday. May 16 at St.
Moritz Hotel. Mrs. Harold RarW.
general chairman: Mrs. Ethel
Rothlein. toastmistrcss; Mrs.
Morris Alcert. installing officer.
,;......nsa "ti Mother*! Day
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RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having; articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being- used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dies 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
Lscatsd at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Harti. 2.7136
Mr*. Morris Dubler, 5-3517
Mr* Harry Kaufman. 5-4268
Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwarti, 2-1664
and they will bs callsd for
Mother'a Day Greeting!
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nUDAY. MAY 9, 1941
*Jenisti fhridlifjun
PAGE THHK
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y" ETCHINGS
Joseph A. Upton: Serving his
first vear on the board, Joe has
he background to do much for
To "4" M president of the Dadc
Ravines & Loan Association. Has
helped with the recent member-
hip drive and offered his aid
whenever possible We sincere-
ly hope Joe will get into the
swing of "V activities as we all
know he can and will do very
shortly.
Leon Lieberman: Leon is a
oast secretary of the "Y" and
has played a tremendous part
during the past several years as
a board member in furthering
the progress of the "Y." Leon's
part in developing the Y. M. H.
A Home Camp is something he
Will always be proud of. Be-
sides his duties with the Home
Camp. Leon has been a bulwark
on many other "Y" committees
too numerous to mention. For
his livelihood. Leon is connected
with the Ackcrman Insurance Co.
Stanley C. Myen: Also serv-
ing his first year on the .board.
With his many duties as a com-
munal worker, Stanley still took
time off to attend "Y" meetings
and offer his valuable services
to our great cause of building a
Jewish Community Center. If
Stanley does nothing but help us
to erect this center at an early
date, we shall all be the happier
lor his services. As you all know,
Stanley is one of this area's out-
standing attorneys with offices in
ine Seyboiu building.
E. Albert Pallot: I may b
putting my neck out a bit bu. I
personally believe Al Pallot was
and IS the best member the Y
M H. A. has ever had. Al has
served on the board about six
years during which time he
served as president for two
terms. To review the many One
things Al accomplished for -he
"V during that time would take
up at least several columns. A!
is the junior partner of Moore-
head and Pallot. attorneys-ai-
law, in the Ingraham building
Is presently in Tallahassee hav-
ing been appointed assistant at-
torney general under Tom Wat-
son.
More 'etchings" will appear in
our next column.
Bowling and Basketball Banquet
A banquet for the bowling and
basketball teams will be held at
Jimmies Bar on Sunday, May
18, at 8 p. m. Al Berkowitz is
chairman, with Mickey Lubel.
Sam Seitlin and Lou Safan as co-
workers. The price is SI.25 per
person which includes a swell
steak dinner plus a splendid floor
show, and other treats.
Anyone interested, please Com-
municate witn Mr. Grossman or
Mr. Berkowitz, by phoning
3-4012.
Home Camp
We are pleased to announce
that Josepn A. Berman has been
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NOTICE
T0:-ALL RURAL LAND OWNERS:
The State Road Department of Florida is now attempting
to confiscate fifteen additional feet of right-of-way on eacn
side of the present road through your land without any com-
pensation to you. If they can take away fifteen feet ot rigiu-
pf-way from you at this session of the Legislature, they can
take away 150 feet at the 1943 session. Legislation autiioriz-
"}H this misappropriation was approved by the Finance ana
Taxation Committee of the House of Representatives last
week, and by the Senate Committee, awd unless you maKL
-----^ Legisl
senator Graham and
representatives Overs Uv.t
"ynaior uraham and representatives uvumui -i. ----
Wweheart in Tallahassee at once to oppose House Bin J, i >
t-; .companion Senate Bill 15. and especially the JP*""2
Which takes 15 feet more of right-of-way through your land
Without payment to you, and which will actually depnv
>u ol most of your rental revenue.
THE COMMITTEE FOR PRESERVATION
OF PROPERTY RIGHTS
Offices in Riviera Hotel Building.
Daytona Beach. Florida
appointed chairman of the Home
Camp committee. Plans are pro-
gressing very rapidly and this
year promises to ue one of the
outstanding seasons of this camp
since its inception. The W. P. A.,
as in the past, has agreed to fur-
nish us with competent instruct-
ors.
At present, applications are be-
ing received by Mr. Grossman,
executive director, for positions
as counselors, and again we urge
all those interested to submit
their applications in writing as
no one will be considered who
has not submitted a written ap-
plication for said position.
Mother's Day Program
Sunday. May 11
On Sunday evening, May 11, at
8:30 o'clock, the Y. M. and Y. W.
H. A. will present their annual
Mother's Day program. Mrs.
Samuel Spcctor (none other than
our own Ida Engler) will be in
charge. Stanley C. Myers, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, and prominent
communal leader, will be the
principal speaker. Miss Rosalind
Weiner will sing appropriate
songs for the occasion and Mrs.
Weinkle will cut the cake as the
oldest Mother in the community.
Everyom is invited. Admis-
sion is free.
Lecture Series
The first in a series of lec-
tures on "Marriage and the Fam-
ily.'' sponsored by the Leaders'
Group of the Y. M. H. A., was
held on May 7. Mrs. Frances
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FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1941
wJen isti Fffcridi~am
PL ANT AND MAIN OFFICES
2 1 S W. SECOND AVENUE
MIAMI FLORIDA
P. O FOX .'-' ''
FREP K. SHOCHET
Managing Editor

SUBSCRIPTION
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MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 9 1*41
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 19
PARAGRAPHS
An euiUSQl appeal mads to the Jewish Community to do
r'.s share .;. the natron w.do campaian to: the Jewish National
Fund sto.rtma May 1) All proceede will bo used to procure
mon kmd to Palestine
P nod B ritn COBTVttal to Washington will mark the end of a
v(v.'. s regime tor Isaac Lev.-.-, dtolrict Mad. B nai B lith has and
;s .-v-.-.-.o remarkable wo:k as evidenced by is growth progress
and cognition
The Rest.one.', ctt-.ae et the API rs dome a yeoman s task
.-.-. ;ts tiecesso.r\ undortak-.r.cs The pub'.-., hears and sees very
httM a: toil wotk bttl those a:: the inside .v.r. arprecrate its
noble endeavors Pubhe whole-hearted cooperation is urgent
and needed :.. more that eve: The Public has .s and will
receive Hi bo net its
Hare to 'he Unitod States the Jews are unreservedly behind
hes.dor-.t Roosevelt m his fallc.-.cl orovrro.rv. to: Britain. We c.-.e all
buting lo England s ultimate victory ::c: in words but m
deeds This m tot exrj A:v.e. ..a.-, Jewry reciprocates to: the
hospitality which the tamibee c: the English colliers show to
to* 15.000 evacuated lewtoh children or London
we.-. Ante: ..v.". "ew-.\ COB M Ol help :o England
* -...-e'.o toi freedom oi mankind bam s'.c.\e:-. arid brutality
V:-.;- Unitod Son ice Organ ahoni ol which -he Y M H A
-.-. aw sh Welfare Board a one ol stt has come to Am
fare planning :o-. Am draftee* Stanley C Myers end Maurice
Groeeman aw octree In the tocaj sneap
The compuleorv en) sonant toi -.-..'..to.-\ service prodarrned by
m M tow s- kxboi toderabOO KM ofl Ml members be-
tween m age* ol 20 and 35 something unique in military
>.- Usually .:.- s a:* the ones to introduce rc~
pu s.- ;- s dm Kan was done :-y a privato body by a
-v s- bod} which has greatly conOibwtod to the growth ot
Pa s m and which s concerned eve: the derer.se c: Pales-
tine no ton than fee iv.'es -.e goemment Itoal
..-'-. ado was made oeai the announcement that pttvate
to duals bad opened an exclusively Jewish cemeteryKere-
:- Ctom St) taeoc ol OB had matters yrety wed in h.vc.c
>. s v -oe taller .titvi- at the switch rent author a
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Strictly Confidential
____________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON-------------------------------
. toi toe
-.ts rreseut
TIMELY STUFF
Note to American business men with appeasement inclina-
tions Read T. Graydon Upton's piece in the May Harper's
Maqanne. in which he says, among other things that Ger
man business men are suffering more under the Hitler regime
than anv other group in the country, except the Jews Mr.
Upton who from 1932 to 1940 spent most of his time in Europe.
first studying German banking and then as European repre-
sentative'of a New York bank, surely is in a position to know
what he is talking about ... The Hitler-lobers hereabouts are
aetting more and more optimistic One woman was heard
predicting that before President Roosevelt's term is over we will
have a new president (ex-Colonel Lindbergh was her choice for
IF. D. R.'s successor' And a local Nazi leader recently pro-
claimed that before long the S. S. Normandie. at present in a
I New York pier, will be renamed the S. S. Emma Goering .
Leon Marchal. the new Counselor of the French Embassy at
Washington, has a nephew who is an officer in the German
navy and a cousin on the Nazi general staff, reveals Pierre
Lazarofi We're sure you won't be sorry to learn that Baron
Fritz von Werra. the Nazi airman who jumped bail in New York
not long ago and made tracks for Peru, was given a double
Mickey Finn in a Broadway night spot one evening when he
talked'too much about the glories of Hitlerism Maybe that's
why he lammed ... Or maybe it was because Uncle Sam dis-
covered that this uninvited guest had been arranging and finan
cing the escape of other Nazi prisoners of war from a Canadian
concentration camp.
MILITARY NOTES
Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor and Jack Benny aren't of draft age
'nn citrn RFTT? OF VIENNA,!=av rnore but they're going to do their bit by conducting some
S;SkitZm ** broadcasts from army camps Which ought to be
ESTABLISHES SANATORIUM-,^ er..enai;iinent for ^ draitees Walter WincheU. we
Dt Sane! Beer s refuge* V -.-.:-. -: toaxn iron one of his colleagues, is going into a training camp
--.-<. ;. this summer with the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the
.^.. N..- ; s Naval Reserve Then there's Hank Greenberg, the
"r Detroit Ttcer s baseball star who, as vou should know, will be
... ...
Herbert U.
Jehn Mui
Feibelman
.. mmander of
the HexvejF Seeds Post of the
American Lefton vt.i> ennounced
the appointment ol Herbert t.
Feibehnan. prominent Miami at-
y and active in civic and
.........::..'. .\fhr.rs :r. .iddttior. to
lis .. -< w -..:. the Draft
I Board u stonan of the Post
T: o Harvej ikNxis Post is
tarceet tto stele oi F
.i-.i ". the southeastern district
. al t United Sutes
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'r-"."V_ .""'""". ..i.".," wect.:t; Uncle Sams uniform bv the time you read this
r.z-s .s in line tor conc/ratulations, by the way, on his engage-
trv read i --" merit to Mias Miriam Landau of New York ... In Hank's absence
we exper. the title of the seasons best Jewish baseball playe:
< ." ~ f Ito be taker, eve: by Morrie Aronovich of the New York Giants
T -:- The raanagement of New York's outdoor symphony con
oasts glean ct the Lewishon Stadium every summer, is keeping
t :s ringers crossed in behalf of two of the important soloists or.
*.~e: rroararr. for the coming season The draft mcy
; catch up with violinist Yehudi Menuhin before he can fulfill his
!encage er.t :: seems And the doctors refuse to commit
-j-.ernse'.ves as to whether violinist Fritz Kreisler. victim of a
will be sufficiently recovered to
All of which reminds us to remind you thct
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cr. c.sset re the
PALESTINE PIOWIR WEEK
TO BE OBSERVED LOCALLY
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diseases, arthnts aad been i.'.-,
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DISCOVERIES
Star, discovered in a Delancey Street store: Hitler must go
and sc must this merchandise: We never know, until Leon-
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rcmgcr.e Soatol Sforkai Isaac Carmel reports that in the
his travels about the city of New York he discovered
a community of 5 000 Syrian Jews
c: the most religious croups in the city Their
ecde; cue V.: Shalom is a noted merchant and shipper
-n Gctccm s silk stcckmc district again Carmel has rzcie
artcthe: interesting tind Namely the fact that Mrs. Harvey
L Schwamtt: wje of the districts' Republican leader is the
daughter c: the t.-.mous Chc.sstdtc rabbi Reb Dovedel Talner .
TRUE STORY
A story that has come to light now in the Montreal Beacon
to a UM article entitled The l/utairr.ess of Anc-Serniusm by
Fa---.er N.chclc.s Hiogins ielates this tnctden: from the life c:
?cre Pha IX While r.dina in his carnaoe one ckr%- thrc-.:-
tol streets oi Rome the Pope obearred a crowd caerea around
a man r.c :tcd apparently met with en acciaent W: the
graaoas Charity for which he was ccnspicicus he went te see
ne could ec anythina Some one to the crowd tried to
jr saying: hs only an eld Jew in a fit" ... But the
carriage and drove him te a
After wards a Jew-
civ tcvx the stck man -.rite h
.tctscita". and later para all the ex-censes
isc. aelecet-.cn souaht an aud-.ence with -x< < m their Ojra-
t.r-de wanted te refund the money he he'd rxrxi our ** The
ropes reply was I mas; rrot lose the merit* c:"char.rv- bv a:
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nre^hand bahmdthesevnes mate: a v: the benent'c: h^
An Aryan refugee on mis coaeJtoasjl to whom vouU.
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MAY 9, 1941
Jenisti fkr&bm
PAGE FIVE
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
pioneer Congregation)
Ml*"'
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHArMKU, KaODI
4)3 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Hime Phone 2-2176
Sunday School Activities
r,ue to unforscen circumstan-
ce, namely the prevalent illness
in this area, we deem it advisable
o postpone the annual Sunday
School picnic which was sched-
u,j for next Sunday, mdefinit-
e'v Parents are urged to bring
their children to the regular
Sunday School classes at 10
o'ciock tins Sunday morning for
their final < xaminations. Closing
exercises and prize awards will
be held as scheduled Sunday
n-.ornina May 25. and Confirm-
ation exi :ises at 8 p. m. the
sa-Tic evening.
Dunn, assembly this Sunday
r.irning Mother's Day pro-
gram will be presented. Parents
and friends are cordially invited,
junior Congregational Service*
The Junior Congregation will
conduct its services Saturday
momma at 10:30 o'clock. We
again si:- upon parents to see
thel their children attend these
ki vices
Congregational Meeting
A re| ting of the Beth
David C nation will be held
this Sunday May 11 at 8 p. m.
in the Beth David Auditorium.
for me and their wives.
Sidney H. Palmer.president.
hopes t' pense with the busi-
ness of this very important meet-
ing in as little time as possible.
so that si present, can enjoy
as well as good refresh-
ments.
Condolence
We praj to the Almighty that
He assuage the pain of relatives
and im:. i> of the late Charles
Zuckerman, a member of our
.' .t:i. n. May his soul de-
Krvingly n pose in eternal peace.
Sisterhood Installation
Mrs Michael Arnold, general
chairman of the Beth David Sis-
terhood Installation Luncheon.
wishes I announce that all plans
have been completed for Wednes-
day. May 21 at 12:15. For reser-
vations pkase call the office
2-1473
Cid. Bingo and Mah Jongg Party
A card, bingo and mah jongg
party will he held at the Beth
David auditorium Wednesday
afternoon May 14 at 2 o'clock.
Refreshments will be served, and
prizes awarded. Mrs. Chas. Per-
etzman will serve as hostess.
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CONCRETE
PLACING CO.
'-'::; N W. Miami Court
I'HONK .1.1920
.::.-] WISHES TO MOTHERS
KVKItVWHERE
I. R. PARRIET
GROCERY
N- W. U8r I'hone 7-939S
best wishes oh
Mothers day
SIGN OF THE
SEAHORSE
GIFT SHOP
1 I" trahani Highway
IM'.NE 4.7953
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Waihiogton Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. RabDI !
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
maurice mamches. Cantor f
Phone 4.0406 ,
2263 S W. 21st Terrace |
I
Synagogue Services
Shachriss: daily at 7 and ft a. '
m.: Saturday at 7 and 9 a. tn.
Mincha: daily at 6:30 p. m.
Maariv. daily at 7:10 p. m.:
Saturday at 7:20 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss: Saturday at
6:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on The Portion of the
Week."
Junior Services: Friday at 6:30
p. m.; Saturday at 9 a. m. in the
Talmud Torah building.
Bar Mitzva
David Lutsky will celebrate
his becoming Jewishly of age
during the services this Saturdav
morning. Rabbi Mescheloff will
instruct the bar mitzva after his
address. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lut-
sky invite their friends to re-
freshments after the services. A
home reception wll be held Sun-
day afternoon.
Sisterhood Meeting
At a regular sisterhood meet-
ing held Monday night the entire
slate of officers presented by the
nominating committee was elect-
ed to serve this coming year. In
this manner the same" officials
who so well served last year were
reelected. the president. Mrs. B.
H. London, for her fourth year
of service.
Gifts weie presented to our
cantor on the birth of a baby-
daughter, and to our sexton on
his purchase of a home.
Daughters of Israel Boat Ride
Mr. C. H. Kagan. Mrs. A. R.
Berow and Mrs. F. Kalstein are
the committee arranging for a
boat ride to be held Tuesday.
May 27th. by the Daughters of
Israel. The committee was ap-
gDinted at the meeting held at
eth Jacob Tuesday night. Lit-
erature on the subject of "Jew-
ish Family Purity" was distribut-
ed, and the propagandizing of our
Jewish community on the im-
portance of the laws of '"Taharass
Hamishpocho" and the establish-
ment of a Ritualarium. a mod-
ern, sanitary Mikvah were dis-
cussed.
A pamphlet on this subject
written by Dr. Smithline is now
on hand. Copies can be had by
those interested by calling Rabbi
Mescheloff.
Award will be given to the stu-
dent who made the highest av-
erage in all departments through-
out the school year. Parents and
friends are most cordiallv in-
vited.
Talmud Torah
With the close of the Sundav
we deem it doublv
important io urge all parents to
continue with the Hebrew edu-
cation of their children. Regular
s in the Talmud Torah will
continue and parents are urged
to supervise the pnnr.pt and reg-
ular attendance i :' thi ir children.
Congregational Meeting
The next regulai n ting of
the congregational membership
will be held on Tuesday evi i
May 13 in the Talmud Torah
auditorium. As the Budget and
Finance report of the congrega-
tion will be discussed it is ab-
solutely urgent that all members
be present.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
Snef the passing of our late bro-
ther Philip Stone Olev Hosholom
and pray that his dear ones may
be consoled amidst the mourners
of Zion and Jerualem.
We are grieved to report the
untimely passing of the late Her-
bert Norman Weiner and beg to
extend to his lamenting dear ones
the congregations deepest sym-
pathy.
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STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
ky PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROV. PACE 4)
sand refugees Congratulations '
to Henry C. Segal, publisher of i
Cincinnati's American Israelite.'
the country's oldest English-
Jewish newspaper, on his mar-'
riage to the former Hennette.
Meyer Mack And congratu-
lations. too. to Louis Lipsky. vet-
eran Zionist leader, on the rais-
ing of $40,000 for the United
Jewish Appeal at a Bensonhurst
parlor meeting that he addressed
. Those who believe that
Samuel Reshevsky. American
chess champion, will have an
easy time with challenger I. Hor-
owitz in the series of matches
now under way for the title, are
sky will win. but only after a
very hard struggle And we
venture to predict that he will
lose his title to Reuben Fine in
the next tournament Eddie
Cantor, they say. is planning to
become a Hollywood producer
(now. and is negotiating for the
(purchase of Mary Pickford's share
of United Artists .
WEEKLY GIGGLE
The following story' is told by
Harry Herschfield. our favorite
cartoonist and commentator and
one of the most masterly of mas-
ters of ceremonies ... It con-
cerns a Jewish lad who. in search
of a shave, landed in a barber-
chop, only to learn, from the con-
versation the barbers held among
themselves, that this was a Nazi
joint By that time he was
already settled in the chair, and
the barber, stropping a deadly-
looking razor, was inquiring.
"Shave, mister?" ... To which
our lad replied: "Yeah. I'll have
a shavebut not with that thing
. You'll have to use an electric
razor on me" .
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
S C H A A F
PRESERVING CO., Inc.
Jellies and Preserves
' S w SSnd SI
PHONE 2-M3I
MRS. JEFFERSON OF THE
SURFSIDE BARBECUE
"*"' <-' >llina Avi Ph. ;:-
anrv u all her JewIsh
- nd friend* the
BUSTER'S. INC.
Coffee Shoo ana Reitaurant
Mh St. and W A
PHONE "'."-
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabb
Raboi's Residence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S W. 17th Avenue i
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S W. Third Street j
Closing Exercises
The annual closing exercises
of the Sunday School will take
place on Sunday morning coming
in the Talmud Torah auditorium.
1543 S. W. 3 street at II a m.
A splendid program of recitations
and songs will be presented by
the children of both re .g.ous
schools. Rabbi Kellner will pre-
side and greetings will be ex-
tended by H. M. Drewich and
Mrs George Chertkof The reg-
ular prizes and awards w 11 be
given to the. winning children
of the respective classes and tne
annual J.L. Shochet Memorial
NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION
FLORIDA'S ONLY EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
MOUNT SINAI
LOCATED IN THE HEART OF MIAMI
WEST FLAGLER AT 54th AVENUE
When CompletedOne of the Most
Beautiful Cemeteries in the
Country.

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Graves or Family Plots
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Lodge Plots Also
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Special Sectional Prices Now Arranged for
SYNAGOGUES LODGES ORGANIZATIONS
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WITH NO OBLIGATION
Call Mt. Sinai Cemetery-Phone 3-5132
ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
1014 Olympia Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA

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FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1941
CIVIC LEADERS
FOR JMONOVITZ
Friends and supporters of Abe
Aronovitz. candidate for city
commision in Miami, are urging
every registered voter to cast
his ballot on election dav. next
Tuesday-, May 13th.
In the primaries last Tuesday.
Abe Aronovitz received the third
position in the selection of the
six candidates who are to run
in the finals. Those three can-
didates who will receive the
highest number of votes next
Tuesday will take office as the
incoming city commissioners.
Harry Markowitz. who is an
FOR SALE
dUJ'lfX. !IH OIIIC tIPIM
roomslower-"-* rooma port*
'.....- duplex garage apartment,
l rooms, screen porches, c-.-
Mrs. Richard Chamber*
22 S. W. 5th STREET
Phone 4-5586
ardent supporter of Aronovitz.
says. "We are all very happy to
see Abe capture third position in
the primaries. It is proof that
the people of Miami want him
to represent us at city hall. Now
more than ever will certain in-
terests turn heaven and earth
seeking his defeat, therefore, it
is important that his supporters
and well-wishers return to the
polls next Tuesday to help keep
him among the top three can-
didates. While we are confident
that Abe will poll even a greater
vote than in the primaries. I wish
to point out that if he doesn't
get the full support of all his
friends, there may be a possibil-
ity that one of the candidates
now in fourth, fifth or sixth
place may gather enough votes
to squeeze Abe out in the finals.
Therefore. I appeal to all of you
to go to the polls next Tuesday,
particularly those of you who
failed to uarticipato in the pri-
maries. Let us all get behind
Aronovitz and elect him as one
of our city commissioners."
Mother'* Pa; Greeting!
CLYDE A. ALLEN
.:.' P> iNCE :.i:' >N BLVD.
I'll. :.
McAllister florist
FLORAL DESIGNS
Telephone 2-3773
629 S. W. First Street
Mothei '.- Das Greeting*
A FRIEND
_ OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
"dJ^JT1 KOSHER ZION
For la* SAUSAGE CO. PBODUCTS
It CocU No M.re
DeJioieu* Carried Beet
Piefcleal. Ce4t*1 ina Sntetaee Meet*
>7th Htrmml Ave.
Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
PHONE 4-4240
FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS
"Compare Our Prices and Quality"
SjuxxUa Miami $widA
GemeteAy, A&AtuUaUori
AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE
PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ
Chairman of Banal Committee*, for the Service* of
the ChBTra ladisha and All Other Jewish RitM.
All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrange-
ments Courteously Furnished Without Charge.
Give The Town a BreakPut (BOB) WILLIAMS
Back in Office.
ELECT
For
All
The
Peoole
Robert R. (Bob) Williams
YOUR SUPPORT IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED ON
BEHALF OF GOOD MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT!
AXIS INVASION OF
PALESTINE IS NOW
A MATTER OF DAIS
Jerusalem (WNS)With an at-
tempted Axis invasion of Pales-
tine considered by military- stra-
tegists here a matter of days or
weeks, the Palestine Jewish com-
munity of 550.000 persons adopted
a series of emergency measures
placing the Yishuv on a war
footing.
All married Jews, between the
ages of 20 and 30. were drafted
for immediate military service as
the result of a proclamation is-
sued jointly by the executive
committees of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine and the Jewish Na-
tional Council (Vaad Leumi). Ad-
ministrative machinery for hand-
ling the new soldiers and con-
sidering applications for exemp-
tions from the blanket order was
immediately set up.
Palestine Jewish leaders indi-
cated that a Nazi-Italian drive
towards the Suez through Pal-
estine and Syria would meet with
bitter resistance in the Holv
Land. The draft met with en-
thusiastic response, thousands of
young Jews crowded the recruit-
ing offices. singing Hebrew
marching songs.
It was generally agreed here
that the all-important battle for
the Near East was officially start-
ed when the pro-Nazi Iraq gov-
ernment of Premier Rashid Ali
Beg Gailani ordered Iraq troops
to fire on British detachments
stationed in that country.
Jewish leaders followed the
fighting in Iraq with keen inter-
est in view of reports that the
Iraq Premier had appealed to
Berlin for military assistance.
The Nazi High Command, it was
feared, may capitalize on the
Iraq situation to launch its cam-
paign in the Near East.
HILLEL HY-LITES
bv STANLEY B. RICHARD
9xytUcal RAiefa
C. H. (Cliff) Reeder
who for eight years served on
the City Commission, two years
of which time was devoted
to the mayor's chair. His record
in municipal affairs speaks for
itself. The outstanding feature
of C. H. Reeder is his Ordinance
1066 introduced in March 1933
for a refund from the Florida
Power and Light Company to the
electric consumers of Miami.
Cliff Reeder resident of Miami
for over 30 years has steadfastly
shown his faith in the city and
its inhabitants.
The platform outlined by Reed-
er is a constructive one. He ad-
vocates a balanced budget, be-
lieving the municipal income suf-
ficient to keep up with the out- i
go. He is for streets and side- <
walks in the outer sections of;
the city, a believer in extending
the sewerage and water mains.
He loves a fight, just a public-1
spirited citizen making his home
town a better place to live in.
Men are judged by their re-
cords. In the case of Reeder,
the record speaks for itself.
Robert R. Williams
former mayor of the city of Mi-
ami, points to his record during I
his administration. He advocates
the elimination of unnecessary j
taxes such as, the abolition of:
the garbage tax. Robert R". Will- '
iams' popularity carried him into !
the runoff and at this time his '
campaign is gaining momentum. |
Williams says. "If elected, I will
be for all the people not the |
chosen few." He earnestly sol-
icits your vote and support on
Mav 13.
KIDNAPPING OF
JEWS REPORTED
New York (WNS)An Assoc-
iated Press dispatch from Beirut.
Lebanon, reporting anti-Semitic
outbreaks and kidnappings of
Jewish leaders in Palestine as a
result of Arab reaction to events
in the Balkans and Mesopotamia,
caused wide apprehension in
Jewish circles here.
The dispatch credited to French
sources in Lebanon, said that
some Zionist leaders had b r,
kidnapped by Arab nationalists
and that disturbances had led to
bloodshed in several parts of
Palestine. The A. P. story quoud
French sources as saying that
anti-Semitic feeling swelled with
the arrival of Jewish emigrants
from the Balkans and then was
aggravated by the situation in
Iraq. The dispatch could not be
confirmed.
Meanwhile, the German radi ,
which has been injecting heavy
doses of anti-Semitic propaganda
into the troubled Near East sit-
uation, reported that Jews in
Baghdad, capital of Iraq, were
accused of attempting to create
"panic" among the population
by closing their shops and
spreading defeatist rumors. The
leaders immediately were an
ed, the Nazi spokesman said
Lfl Is the BEST.'
Hillel Honors Night for the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Society at the
University of Florida was held
on Wednesday, April 23.
Seven keys were awarded for
service and outstanding achieve-
ment in Hillel during the past
school year. Recipients of the
keys for service on the Hillel
executive council were: Irving
Cypen. St. Petersburg: Marvin
Essrig. Tampa: Kurt Teutsch. re-
fugee student: Arthur Jaffe.
Gainesville; and Walter Benja-
|min. Jacksonville; Dr. Mathew I
: Drosdoff. Gainesville: and Sol,
; Mtizel. Patterson. N. J.. received
j keys for outstanding service to
Hillel. Dr. Max David Eichhorn.
Hillel director at the Universitv
of Florida and Florida State Cof-
| lege for Women, presented the
i keys.
The Tau Epsilon Phi fraternitv
at the University of Florida won
1 the United Jewish Student Fund
I Drive Campaign and were Dre-
sented the Alexander Brest
trophy by Walter Benjamin,
student chairman for the drive.
Dr. Harry Mellman, national Hil-
lel Field secretary, was the guest
speaker for the occasion. Mrs.
Esther Silverman. Gainesville,
gave a few piano selections.
We take pleasure in extending a sincere tribute
to all Mothers on her day and the hand of
good will to all our Jewish patrons
and friends
RUSSELL PAIGE, Inc.
Dodge Luxury Liners and Trucks
2020 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-8621
Mothei' I' '. i; j-
E. E. BRETT
!: : BM .:-
>U,IXS AVE. I'll (.IMS
r. r -
Greetings to j Mothers
HAAS BROS. GARAGE
6 AVE. PH 1.0(41
-Moth-
BELL WINDOW
CLEANERS
0 .-.. M- MM*
N W 13th AVE PH. Ml
A MESSAGE
FROM
C. H. (Cliff) REEDER
I am deeply graleful for the confi-
dence expressed in me by the vot-
ers in last Tuesday's Primary
Election.
Your continued support will be
greatly appreciated.
Be sure to vote in the final election
next Tuesday. May 13.
Sincerely,
C. H. (Cliff) Reeder
For City Commissioner
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FprnA^MAY 9. 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
U7 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
.48BI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
SW6 ln:" Creek Drive-.12
Miami Beach
RABBi COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
Sabbath Evening Service*
Fndav evening, May 9th 8:15
n'clock.'habhi Coiman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the Biblical
portion in the sermon: "A Code
(or Tomorrow."
Temple Events for the Month
of May
On Wednesday evening. May
Day Greetlngi
WALTERSON
BODY WORKS
HIS N. Mlarnl Ave.
Ph. 2-SM6
Mother*! Day Oreetlnga
CITY AUTO PARTS
41 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 3-4749
I .. on Mother'a Day
HENRY FLATTERY
master PLUMBER
Ml N W 2nd Ave, l'h. T-18M
M j'.f. i 1' s_U: < u I1 n Ka
New Century Feed
& Supply Co.
I>. T, MQBLEY
II'.: X. V : A.. Ph. 3-422
Day Greetlnga
OSCEOLA MARKET
GEORGE JACOB
' -' W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
bb8t wishes to mothers
i:vi:i:yivhere
BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
1*J s K. 1st Street
PH< 'NE 2-7691
*Jenistflcriciiia,r
PAGE SEVEN
21 the annual meeting of the
Temple will be held in Kaplan
nail. Reports of the various
committees, and the work of the
past year, election of officers and
board members will be on the
agenda of the business meeting
A buffet supper will precede
the meeting under the auspices
of the Sisterhood, and members
of the Congregation are urged to
reserve that date and attend this
meeting.
On Monday. May 26th. the an-
nual installation of officers and
board members of the Sisterhood
will take place at a most beauti-
ful luncheon, to be tendered at
the Shelborne Hotel, in Miami
Beach.
Members of the Sisterhood and
their friends should make a note
of the change of the date in their
social calendars. An excellent
program, in addition to the de-
licious repast will be presented.
Arrangements lor attendance
may be made by calling the
chairman of the luncheon com-
mittee. Mrs. Max Orovitz. 2-5432
Confirmation
In our Congregation fourteen
confirmands will be consecrated
in the faith of Israel on Shovuos.
Sunday morning, June 1st at 10
o'clock. Their subject for this
confirmation will be an outline
of the social and religious history
of American Jewry. The confir-
mands are: Joseph C. Coplon.
Faye Louise Cowen. Suzanne
Davis, Henry Irving Dreyfus.
Henry David Gaggstatter, jr..
Frances Goldman. Miriam Ruth
Kauffmann. Sterling F. Lavine,
Regina Mac Loveman. Franklin
J. Nankin. Freeman James Kev-
ins. Joyce Pearlman. Emma Ros-
enberg. Charles Rubin.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Fridav
_
The ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
Monday. May 19. featured by a
parade and an extensive program
in the evening. All Jewish or-
ganizations and individuals in,
Greater Miami should be repre-
sented in the general picture, as
all Americans unite in common
appreciation of the benefits I
which they enjoy as Americans. J
Someone recently wrote "Be- ;
ing an American citizen is not
quite so simple a task as some
would have us believe. Mere
waving of the flag and mere hol-
o'.v echoing of the sentiments
i .>

'-!:..
I .

- looie
' i
mil-
I nqmr-
'<:. : :
I I
i; it
I AM AN AMERICAN DAY
By presidential proclamation.
Sunday. May 18 has been desig- of patriotism are poor substi-
nated as i Am An American. tutes for the deep generosity of
Day." to be observed "in recog- feeling that must characterize
nition of our citizens who have those who truly understand
attained their majority or who what's meant by the American
have been naturalized within tradition."
the past year." And how true it is! Today.
The President has asked that when this country is being called
federal, state and local officials.. upon to play a unique role in
as well as patriotic, civic, and human history, each individual
educational agencies join in ex- daily should be conscious of his
ercises "calculated to impress up- role in the American nation and
on our citizens, both native born comprehend fully the meaning of
and naturalized, the special sig- the "American way."
nificance of citizenship in this Irresponsible Solicitations
nation." Miami Jews should be on their
Preliminary plans had been guard against irresponsible so-
laid for a local Jewish observ- licitations and misrepresentations
ance of the event but these were of the purposes for which solici-
abandoned when Mayor Orr an- tations are being made,
nounced that a community-wide This week we received an m-
celebration would be held on | quiry from a member of the
Jewish community after he had
or who claimed that his publica-
tions served to spread good will
between Jews and non-Jews. As
a matter of fact, this claim was
entirely without foundation in
truth. When you are approached
for a solicitation of this kind,
call the ADL office, which us-
ually will be able to provide you
with information of a reliable na-
ture.
Humanity's Last Refuge
America
Copies of Sigmund Livingston's
masterful address before the re-
cent triennial convention of B'nai
B'rith were mailed this week to
all representatives and officers
of organizations cooperating with
the ADL. Already requests' for
additional copies have been made
by appreciative readers. The of-
fice has but a limited number of
copies. However, until these are
exhausted we would be happy to
fill such requests.
Mother'
rnv Q
CORAL GABLES
BODY SHOP
FRANK X. PR1DGES
IM Madeira Ave. Ph. I IMI
tht Anti-Dtfamotio*
%U -: :" St. boU BUy .
Mian -r. ill r.' It -,mnu'
:tu-s are tirriui to #:ji, ffcrHUWwi of -
ttrtiees tfftrai ~ :'r, oraat&atio* mmd la
consult ^>i matters of an tti-4efamatcr\
natttri
Mother'a Day Oreetmga
H. C. Wilcox Garage
I",'! X. \V. 2nd Ave. Ph. M1M
Mother'a Day Greeting!
Livingston Motors
1121 W Flagler St. Ph. 2 ill'"'
Mother's Day Greeting!
MANNING ELECTRIC
2161 X. W. ""-'nd Street
PHONE 7-3277
Mother's Day Greeting*
MARGARET'S
BEAUTY PARLOR
1744 West Flakier St.
PHONE 2-1 '-'
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
PHOXE 4-5943
JAMES ARBONA
MANTLES QAKAOB GRILLS WINDOW SIM*
VENTS LOOVKR8 BTBPS
ALL KINDS OF ART STUNK. POLISHED OR FLAW
ttl Bird Rad Coconut Drove, Ha.
WATERSYSTEMS, inc-
SUBDIVISION WATER SYSTEMS
LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
REPAIRS AND SERVICE
Worthington Pumps
Swimming PooU. Well*
Phone 4-2673
2604 Coral Way
..iig. on Mother'a Da)
Levi Plumbing Co.
'.41 s. '.v i Bt. Ph. 8-1517
evening, the memory of the fol- 6iven a contribution to a solicit-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Jacob Ru-
bin, father of Harry Rubin and
Morris Rubin; Jennie Martin,
sister of Mrs. Ray Mendelson.
Yahrzeits: Louis Kaplan, fath-
er of Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Mrs.
Leo Stein: Fruma Freed, mother
of Mrs. Harry Nevms: Lipman
Simon, brother of Harry V, Sim-
ons: Lillian Gladys Rippa. wife
of M. M. Rippa: Leah Arnold,
mother of J. Arnold: Moritz
Meyer, husband of Mrs. Emma
Meyer and father of Sidney
Meyer. _____________
M"th-: Day
Penn Dixie Cement
Corp.
n E JSnd St Ph :>'.i
BEST WISHES T' MOTHERS
EVERYWHERE
HUB DRY GOODS
Itl N. Miami Ave. Pa :
Mother'a Day Greetings
Miami Tailor Supply
29" Halcyon Al
Ph. 3-1'.';
Day eel -
Home Owners
Protective League
Wi'MBLE
744 N. W. 54th St.
Ph. 7*3:2
WISHES TQ M"THP.1'.S
EVERYWHERE
SKAGSETH
STATIONERY
: s. .-: :- -
i .. -.
Mother's Day Greetings
J. W. WATSON Jr.
COURT HOUSE
SPECIALTY
POSTER PRINT CO.
SILK SCREEN METHi'I'
Rl IT M. RTTCHIN9
.:' s. W. ?th St. Ph. 4..-::
Mothers Day Greeting*
BISC AYNE
BRASS FOUNDRY
1S17 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph.
Mother'a Day Greeting*
MEL'S
MOTOR SERVICE
W Flagler St.
Ph. 1441
Greetings on Mothers Day
DRAPERY STUDIO
PALMER RERNREUTER
Decorator
DRAPERIES
SUP COVERS
UPHOLSTERING
2nd Floor Fauth Furniture Co
Incorporated
1444 Btaeayne Blvd. P* *
M .th^i' Day Greeting.-.
HARMON, INC.
142 N W tnd Street Ph. t-
Dr. Benjamin L.
Goldstein
ae '_-()
The Best
To All Mothers
Everywhere
j. f. McDonald
Mother's Day
Greetings
RENO
BAR
828 N. W. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-9773
BEST WISHES
TO MOTHERS
EVERYWHERE
JACK H. PERO
144 S. W. 11th Street
Phone 2-8275
R. C. ALLEN
ADDING MACHINES
RIBBONS AND CARBONS
Typewriter
Exchange
BlY SELL RENT REPAIR
ALL MAKES
G o. LB* Jr.- Owner
PHONE MM
,M B E. FIRST STREET
Hunting"" Building Store
K. M. GOODFELLOW
PRESIDENT
Southern Time Table Distributing Co., Inc.
TELEPHONE 3.4202
nrickell Avenue
Mtarru. Florida
MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS
ACE MATTRESS CO.
156 N. W. 5th Street
Phone 3-2778
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PAGE EIGHT
vJenist FkrkHar
FRIDAY. MAY 9. 194;
i > ) J
B' nai B' rith &*J By MILTON P N FRIEDMAN o tes
.v b rou read this column
-r.ar.v M:L-r..ar.s wsl! be prepax-
. -;cr ar Th- one
different -r.ar.
the one m< foctb in the Bible.
You guessed tt1 mean bring
out the braes Washington
here we come It might seem
ig salt into ar. open
wound to -^'.'- you are re-
maining here all about the Fr-
m in store for those who are
going up. Or. the other :.*r.d I
believe everyone is interested in
A-.-.a: will lake place and for that
reason I arr. setting forth the en-
tire program
Saturday night May 10. a*.
6.30 p. nx there will be a Genera]
Committee Dinner in the New
Willard Hotel followed by a meet-
ing at 8 o m No doubt
meeting will be devoted to plan-
ning what to take up at the c n-
vention an the following two
days. Then, at 9:30 p. m there
will be a reception for delegates
.,-.:. .;-: :; :: '..-.-: J.-. .:.-.: P. "
o: the HoteL The MJ
geM will not arrive in Washing-1 itself.
ton until Sunday morning so largest in the entire Order
none cf :- br then, except Bro
Levin, y the above
At 9 a m registration of dele-
gates will take place amidst usual
turmoil and at 10 a m. the con-
vention will be called to order
by Pres. Levin Then there will
be appointment of committees on
credentials, and on rules and
later in the morning these com-
mittees will make their reports.
..-. president secretary, and[ delegates will "be set for lunch
treasurer will give their reports Lunch will be buffet style and
city and drop in whatever restau-
rant catches their fancy. At 9
p d in the mam ballroom of the
rd Hotel the 50th Anniver-
sary Celebration of Argo Lodge
will uud s en-
tertainment and refreshments.
tffair will be informal. Our
congratulations and best wishes
an i.\ tended to Argo Lodge upon
ing reachedcan it be called
its golden anniversary" Argo
has been in existence half the
length of time that the national
organization has functioned, and
has made an enviable record for
The lodee is one of the
to-
tally, its auxiliary can also
boast of a membership as large.
if not the largest, in the L" S.
Can all of the above be sched-
duled for only one day' So it
seems. It ought to keep the
brothers out of mischief. On
Mon May 12. the convention will
again re-convene at 10 a. m. A
rabbi will give a prayer, com-
mittees will report, and then the
a beautiful background for what
will apparently be the outstand-
ing convention dinner in the nis-
: the Dist. It is little won-
therefore that so many of
our brothers are looking forward
eagerlv to this trip. After the
convention many of us plan to
go on to N. Y. for a few days and
thus make the entire trip a never
to be forgotten one.
Until I return you will have the
pleasure of reading articles here-
in written bv guest columnists
or perhaps 111 dash off a column
while in Washington. Adios.
MOTHERS DAY ORBETINM
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
S0J \. \V. 7th Ave. Ph. .."
rning also. Outside of
usiness there will be an address
roe by Bro Philip Gold-
stein president of Argo Lodge.
413. of Washington and also one
is scheduled for 1 p. m. In the
afternoon, starting at 2 the regu-
lar business of the convention
will continue with more reports
being made. Then comes the
by commissioner of the Dist. of! climax to wit: nomination and
I -- .'.">:-::-> T< :'- "THERfl
EVERTWERE
MARY L. WHITE
- Mom Exrtaatrc F"--.
-. boot He -
'. Chil Iren
:.- \v ISU St Pa M M
Col. Tne response will be made
by past pres. of the Dist. Abe
Shefferman. A roll call of dele-
gates will be taken and the meet-
ing will be adjourned for lunch.
The luncheon will take place in
the Hotel at I o'clock. The fea-
election of officers. I have been
tipped off from reliable sources
that some dynamite can be ex-
pected. As an anti-climax to
some but to many the real climax
will be the dinner and dance
which is scheduled to start at
SENIOR
HADASSAH
Mother's Day Greet
Interstate Tile Marble Co. 163 M. E. 14th St. Pi
A regular meeting of Senior
Hadassah >vill be held on Mon-
dav. Mav 12 at 2 p. m.. at the
Na'tional Hotel. 1677 Collins Ave..
Miami Beach. Election of officers
for the ensuing year will be held.
"The Life of Theodore Hertzl."
founder of Zionism, will be the
subject of a talk to be given by
Mrs I M Weinstein.
An afghan. made and donated
by Mrs. Harold Vinson. will be
awarded at this meeting. The
board will convene for a lunch-
eon meeting at 12 p. m.
ture attraction will be an address 17 p. m. The dinner will feature
by Dr H. C Byrd. pres. of Mary- addresses bv the Hon. Sam Rav-
land University At 2:30 the: burn. Speaker of the U. S. House
- :.*-
BOYLE'S PHARMACY
Ml THER S DAY
REE riNGS
MR. and MRS.
HAROLD SALVEY
afternoon session will begin with
the regular order of business in
store. A sightseeing tour is
scheduled for 4:30. My previous
experience has been that the
hours set forth in a tentative con-
vention program are never ac-
curate and never occur when thev
are supposed to. I hope the busi-
ness of the convention will not
be so long that the delegates will
have to miss the sightseeing triD.
because Washington is certair.lv
one of the finest cities m the
world for thrilling visitors.
For supper the delegates will
shift for themselves. Probably
everyone will wander around the
LOANS ON
FLRS DiAWOSDS
a
JEWELRY EQUIPMENT

AUTOMOBILES
FUR STORAGE

GEORGIAN
FINANCE CO.
;;- 6 iziye Boulevard
PMONE 1K0'
0c3:iti Sea-* Roebuck
of Representatives and the Hon
Henry' Monsky. pres. of the Sup-
reme Lodge of B'nai B'nth. In
my humble opinion these ad-
dresses alone should make the
entire trip worth while. After
these addresses, remarks will be
made by Bro. Levin as retiring
Dist. Pres. and by the Pres. Elect
In 1934 I had the pleasure of
attending a national convention
of A. Z. A. and the setting was
this same Willard Hotel. The
mirror enclosed ballroom is trulv
Mi -TH ER 8 I -AY 11 REETINl S8
SHIER'S SHOE SHOP
JOE KADA1L Prop
:::t s \v. i7th Ave. I'h. t-1543
BEST WISHES TO MOTHERS
EVERYWHERE
Florida Five & Ten
Cent Stores, Inc.
r.v. w Plaster st Ph. i-jti.
BEST WISHES Ti > MOTHERS
EVERYWHERE
STEVEN'S MARKET
. : N. W. tfod St. Ph. 7909
Hict-ttiiKS on Mother*- !u.
W. D. CHRISTMAS
General Agent
Th* Maaaachtt*tta Pro:.
Association. Inc.
The M.iKnachju&Ua Proti
Life A*eu ranee i'<.
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MAY 9, 1941 • Jenisti fkr&bm PAGE FIVE CONGREGATION BETH DAVID pioneer Congregation) %  Ml*"' 13 5 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHArMKU, KaODI 4)3 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Hime Phone 2-2176 Sunday School Activities r, ue to unforscen circumstance, namely the prevalent illness in this area, we deem it advisable o postpone the annual Sunday School picnic which was schedu ,j for next Sunday, mdefinite'v Parents are urged to bring their children to the regular Sunday School classes at 10 o'ciock tins Sunday morning for their final < xaminations. Closing exercises and prize awards will be held as scheduled Sunday n-.ornina May 25. and Confirmation exi :ises at 8 p. m. the sa-Tic evening. „ • Dunn, assembly this Sunday r.irning Mother's Day program will be presented. Parents and friends are cordially invited, junior Congregational Service* The Junior Congregation will conduct its services Saturday momma at 10:30 o'clock. We again si:-• upon parents to see thel their children attend these KI vices Congregational Meeting A re| ting of the Beth David C nation will be held this Sunday May 11 at 8 p. m. in the Beth David Auditorium. for me and their wives. Sidney H. Palmer.president. hopes t' pense with the business of this very important meeting in as little time as possible. so that • si present, can enjoy as well as good refreshments. Condolence We praj to the Almighty that He assuage the pain of relatives and im:. i> of the late Charles Zuckerman, a member of our .' .t:i. n. May his soul deKrvingly n pose in eternal peace. Sisterhood Installation Mrs Michael Arnold, general chairman of the Beth David Sisterhood Installation Luncheon. wishes I announce that all plans have been completed for Wednesday. May 21 at 12:15. For reservations pkase call the office 2-1473 Cid. Bingo and Mah Jongg Party A card, bingo and mah jongg party will he held at the Beth David auditorium Wednesday afternoon May 14 at 2 o'clock. Refreshments will be served, and prizes awarded. Mrs. Chas. Peretzman will serve as hostess. DAT ORKETINGS CONCRETE PLACING CO. '-':•:; N W. Miami Court I'HONK .1.1920 .:•:.-] WISHES TO MOTHERS KVKItVWHERE I. R. PARRIET GROCERY N W. U8rllina Avi Ph. •; %  •:%  anrv u %  •• %  all her JewIsh nd friend* the BUSTER'S. INC. Coffee Shoo ana Reitaurant Mh ST. and W A %  PHONE %  ."ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabb Raboi's Residence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S W. 17th Avenue i TALMUD TORAH 1545 S W. Third Street j Closing Exercises The annual closing exercises of the Sunday School will take place on Sunday morning coming in the Talmud Torah auditorium. 1543 S. W. 3 street at II a m. A splendid program of recitations and songs will be presented by the children of both re .g.ous schools. Rabbi Kellner will preside and greetings will be extended by H. M. Drewich and Mrs George Chertkof The regular prizes and awards w 11 be given to the. winning children of the respective classes and tne annual J.L. Shochet Memorial NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION FLORIDA'S ONLY EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY MOUNT SINAI LOCATED IN THE HEART OF MIAMI WEST FLAGLER AT 54th AVENUE When Completed—One of the Most Beautiful Cemeteries in the Country. T t_5//v-J/ gf^^^/ MIAMI n.o/9/O*DIGNIFIED PEACEFUL PERPETUAL CARE Graves or Family Plots May be Purchased On Convenient Terms Lodge Plots Also Available ATTENTION!!! Special Sectional Prices Now Arranged for SYNAGOGUES LODGES ORGANIZATIONS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WITH NO OBLIGATION Call Mt. Sinai Cemetery-Phone 3-5132 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES 1014 Olympia Building MIAMI. FLORIDA i! • i


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PAGE FOUR • Jen ist ficrkUair FRIDAY. MAY 9, 1941 wJen isti Fffcridi~am PL ANT AND MAIN OFFICES 2 1 S W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. O FOX .'•-' '•'• FREP K. SHOCHET Managing Editor SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR ... $1.00 six MON ras < MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY 9 1*41 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 19 PARAGRAPHS An euiUSQl appeal %  mads to the Jewish Community to do r'.s share •.;•. the natron w.do campaian to: the Jewish National Fund sto.rtma May 1) All p roc e ede will bo used to procure mon kmd to Palestine P nod B ritn COBTVttal to Washington will mark the end of a v ( v.'. s regime tor Isaac Lev.-.-, dtol rict Mad. B nai B lith has and ;s .-v-.-.-.o remarkable wo:k as evidenced by is growth progress and %  •cognition The Rest.one.', ctt-.ae et the API rs dome a yeoman s task •.-.-. ;ts tiecesso.r\ undortak-.r.cs The pub'. ., hears and sees very httM a: toil wotk bttl those a:: the inside .v.r. arprecrate its noble endeavors Pubhe whole-hearted cooperation is urgent and needed :•..• more that eve: The Public has .s and will receive Hi bo net its Hare to 'he Unitod States the Jews are unreservedly behind •hes.dor-.t Roosevelt m his fallc.-.cl •orovrro.rv. to: Britain. We c.-.e all buting lo England s ultimate victory ::c: in words but m deeds This m tot exrj A:v.e. ..a.-, Jewry reciprocates to: the hospitality which the tamibee c: the English colliers show to to* 15.000 evacuated lewtoh children or London we.-. Ante: ..v.". "ew-.\ COB M Ol help :o England -...-e'.o toi freedom oi mankind bam s'.c.\e:-. arid brutality V:-.;Unitod S o n i c e Organ %  ahoni ol which -he Y M H A %  -.-. aw sh Welfare Board a one ol stt has come to AM fare planning :o-. AM draftee* Stanley C Myers end Maurice Groeeman aw octree In the tocaj sneap The compuleorv en) sonant toi -.-•..'..to.-\ service prodarrned by %  M M tow skxboi toderabOO KM ofl Ml members betw een M age* ol 20 and 35 %  something unique in military • >.-• %  • Usually .:.-•• s a:* the ones to introduce rc~ pu s.. ;s DM Kan was done :-y a privato body by a -v sbod} which has greatly conOi b w to d to the growth ot Pa s M and which s concerned eve: the derer.se c: Palestine no ton than fee iv.'es -.e goemment Itoal ..-'-. ado was made oeai the announcement that pttvate to • duals bad opened an exclusively Jewish cemetery—Kere:Ctom St) taeoc ol OB had matters yrety wed in h.vc.c >. %  • s v -oe taller .titviat the switch rent author a -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREStrictly Confidential By PHINEAS J. BIRON toi %  toe -.ts rreseut TIMELY STUFF Note to American business men with appeasement inclinations Read T. Graydon Upton's piece in the May Harper's Maqanne. in which he says, among other things that Ger man business men are suffering more under the Hitler regime than anv other group in the country, except the Jews Mr. Upton who from 1932 to 1940 spent most of his time in Europe. first studying German banking and then as European representative'of a New York bank, surely is in a position to know what he is talking about ... The Hitler-lobers hereabouts are aetting more and more optimistic One woman was heard predicting that before President Roosevelt's term is over we will have a new president (ex-Colonel Lindbergh was her choice for IF. D. R.'s successor' And a local Nazi leader recently proclaimed that before long the S. S. Normandie. at present in a I New York pier, will be renamed the S. S. Emma Goering Leon Marchal. the new Counselor of the French Embassy at Washington, has a nephew who is an officer in the German navy and a cousin on the Nazi general staff, reveals Pierre Lazarofi We're sure you won't be sorry to learn that Baron Fritz von Werra. the Nazi airman who jumped bail in New York not long ago and made tracks for Peru, was given a double Mickey Finn in a Broadway night spot one evening when he talked'too much about the glories of Hitlerism Maybe that's why he lammed ... Or maybe it was because Uncle Sam discovered that this uninvited guest had been arranging and finan cing the escape of other Nazi prisoners of war from a Canadian concentration camp. MILITARY NOTES Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor and Jack Benny aren't of draft age 'nn citrn RFTT? OF VIENNA,!=a v rnore but they're going to do their bit by conducting some S;SKITZM ** broadcasts from army camps Which ought to be ESTABLISHES SANATORIUM-,^ er .. enai;iinent for ^ draite es Walter WincheU. we Dt Sane! Beer s refuge* V -.-. :-. : toaxn iron one of his colleagues, is going into a training camp --.-<. ; this summer with the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the .^.. %  %  • N..;• s Naval Reserve Then there's Hank Greenberg, the %  r Detroit Ttcer s baseball star who, as vou should know, will be ... %  ... Herbert U. Jehn Mui Feibelman .. mmander of the HexvejF Seeds Post of the American Lefton v t.i> ennounced the appointment ol Herbert t. Feibehnan. prominent Miami aty and active in civic and .::•..'. .\fhr.rs :r. .iddttior. to lis .. • -< w %  -.•.:•. the Draft I Board u stonan of the Post T: o Harvej ikNxis Post is tarceet tto stele oi F .i-.i %  ". the southeastern district al t United Sutes M 'r-"."V_ .""'""". .•.i.".," wect.:t; Uncle Sams uniform bv the time you read this r.z-s .s in line tor conc/ratulations, by the way, on his engagetrv read i --" %  merit to Mias Miriam Landau of New York ... In Hank's absence we exper. the title of the seasons best Jewish baseball playe: < ." ~ f Ito be taker, eve: by Morrie Aronovich of the New York Giants T : The raanagement of New York's outdoor symphony con oasts glean ct the Lewishon Stadium every summer, is keeping t :s ringers crossed in behalf of two of the important soloists or. *.~e: rroararr. for the coming season The draft mcy ; catch up with violinist Yehudi Menuhin before he can fulfill his !encage— er.t :: seems And the doctors refuse to commit -j-.ernse'.ves as to whether violinist Fritz Kreisler. victim of a will be sufficiently recovered to All of which reminds us to remind you thct %  -s:r^: %  ;' r> ic a -..r-tr.-. ..i. .. set .. I .. i rtf situated > s* : ...i^-i. :s ; >.\ .. %  :: For r >-ir^ D : : ^ : 1 se.-.cus sutomobile accident s \ .; r.r.a and t -> raded h e mst • .. %  sourcee .. .• ..-• shows they sr lo .--• %  -;• tore* -• s CDK re no a oo vi> •v t •• -.-.-• s the opportunity cr. c.sset re the PALESTINE PIOWIR WEEK TO BE OBSERVED LOCALLY "."••. %  -: %  • -. • -'•s %  ase dilferfr.t t>v..s .-: diseases, arthnts aad been i.'., I .. %  : TiTV •• t" i-l 1~; liC. • '••%  .-. %  •. --is He -is %  • r: Lvcns revealed DISCOVERIES Star, discovered in a Delancey Street store: Hitler must go— and sc must this merchandise: We never know, until LeonCON* N (6 %# %  r use F ."•. %  ; • rx. i the %  ; .. %  :s -•v •' %  ..<_.--. srari B £ f VLrs. ,\ pe ?. ; i.ft Saaj %  • .' %  %  -pact H ? M .— i • : ..•. / S J.SS-. %  •: JLT. A—; 7..-.1 .--.--; %  s S K.ei;r ;: Ne the other dav, that London's famous OS Lyom restaurants is owned by a couple ol gentlemen c Sal—.en and Gluckstern Our old friend the indeTHE Y. M. H. 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NOTES :cN-s.£r %  : -*;£ • IT. the Set cue h of Brook: vn who c:e one s v-. 5 %  %  '%  • %  .-.-. %  • .~i : 1 •!„. % %  m-TTT it it v %  >. %  Hich ... -.--.. e -• :'-: %  ; r%  %  : : .... ... ^ V" hnerd T^i Fc^ rrr Brrra-" B .-. %  %  :.;.V :..: ncrr.ee rcmgcr.e Soatol Sforkai Isaac Carmel reports that in the his travels about the city of New York he discovered a community of 5 000 Syrian Jews c: the most religious croups in the city Their •ecde; cue V.: Shalom is a noted merchant and shipper • -n Gctccm s silk stcckmc district again Carmel has rzcie artcthe: interesting tind Namely the fact that Mrs. Harvey L Schwamtt: wje of the districts' Republican leader is the daughter c: the t.-.mous Chc.sstdtc rabbi Reb Dovedel Talner TRUE STORY A story that has come to light now in the Montreal Beacon to a UM article entitled The l/utairr.ess of Anc-Serniusm by Fa---.er N.chclc.s Hiogins ielates this tnctden: from the life c: ?cre Pha IX While r.dina in his carnaoe one ckr%thrc-.:tol streets oi Rome the Pope ob earre d a crowd caerea around a man r .c :tcd apparently met with en acciaent W: the graaoas Charity for which he was ccnspicicus he went te see ne could ec anythina Some one to the crowd tried to jr saying: hs only an eld Jew in a fit" ... But the carriage and drove him te a After w ards a Jew••civ tcvx the stck man -.rite h .tctscita". and later para all the ex-censes isc. aelecet-.cn souaht an aud-.ence with x %  •< —<• m their Ojrat.r-de wanted te refund the money he he'd rxrxi our ** The ropes reply was I mas; rrot lose the merit* c:"char.rvbv a: ce-ct %e: I jjmcress ;Ki %  %  %  • %  • i Si • e • •ant to show m\ aoorecrar.or c: -.-cur I accept \ our ait: tor the DOOi ABOUT to-i 3 ^-""* : "' ? V UM,i '• %  ''•* F"-'--.*he: Choree Sacker ot Ne .orv :o^t ;wn. oroNi;^ :v ,..-. ivlexieuered Lcndcn. cemne nre^hand bahmdthesevnes mate: a v: the benent'c: h^ An Aryan refugee on mis coaeJtoasjl to whom vouU. PEOPLE bUshi r-eo.aers rv mterestesi : •:.-..; F.noelben tWlru chatnee ,reseats coo we kaai S.--.sv ^v am the Natos rTsafnaiaatod qolto ot\' ss, widow of the Austrien ?nt stcrr Sbe has rhoee who are waederkeg erhv r^avwrsght Henri MOBt been pubhsJv.no anvOuna scasce his arrive: m mm tCOUt \. r o o\ -.-.



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PAGE SIX *Je**ist) fkridinr FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1941 CIVIC LEADERS FOR JMONOVITZ Friends and supporters of Abe Aronovitz. candidate for city commision in Miami, are urging every registered voter to cast his ballot on election dav. next Tuesday-, May 13th. In the primaries last Tuesday. Abe Aronovitz received the third position in the selection of the six candidates who are to run in the finals. Those three candidates who will receive the highest number of votes next Tuesday will take office as the incoming city commissioners. Harry Markowitz. who is an FOR SALE dUJ'lfX. !IH OIIIC tIPIM rooms—lower-"-* rooma port* • %  • duplex garage apartment, l rooms, screen porches, c•. %  -• %  Mrs. Richard Chamber* 22 S. W. 5th STREET Phone 4-5586 ardent supporter of Aronovitz. says. "We are all very happy to see Abe capture third position in the primaries. It is proof that the people of Miami want him to represent us at city hall. Now more than ever will certain interests turn heaven and earth seeking his defeat, therefore, it is important that his supporters and well-wishers return to the polls next Tuesday to help keep him among the top three candidates. While we are confident that Abe will poll even a greater vote than in the primaries. I wish to point out that if he doesn't get the full support of all his friends, there may be a possibility that one of the candidates now in fourth, fifth or sixth place may gather enough votes to squeeze Abe out in the finals. Therefore. I appeal to all of you to go to the polls next Tuesday, particularly those of you who failed to uarticipato in the primaries. Let us all get behind Aronovitz and elect him as one of our city commissioners." Mother'* Pa; Greeting! CLYDE A. ALLEN .:.'• P> iNCE • :.i:' >N BLVD. I'll. :.• % %  MCALLISTER FLORIST FLORAL DESIGNS Telephone 2-3773 629 S. W. First Street Mothei '.Das Greeting* A FRIEND OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA "DJ^JT 1 KOSHER ZION For *• la* SAUSAGE CO. PBODUCTS It CocU No M.re DeJioieu* Carried Beet Piefcleal. Ce4t*1 ina Sntetaee Meet* >7th %  Htrmml Ave. Call F. A. PETERSON. District Manager SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. PHONE 4-4240 FOR SALESBOOKS and BUSINESS FORMS OF ALL KINDS "Compare Our Prices and Quality" SJUXXUA Miami $£widA GemeteAy, A&AtuUaUori AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ Chairman of Banal Committee*, for the Service* of the ChBTra ladisha and All Other Jewish RitM. All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrangements Courteously Furnished Without Charge. Give The Town a Break—Put (BOB) WILLIAMS Back in Office. ELECT For All The Peoole Robert R. (Bob) Williams YOUR SUPPORT IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED ON BEHALF OF GOOD MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT! AXIS INVASION OF PALESTINE IS NOW A MATTER OF DAIS Jerusalem (WNS)—With an attempted Axis invasion of Palestine considered by military strategists here a matter of days or weeks, the Palestine Jewish community of 550.000 persons adopted a series of emergency measures placing the Yishuv on a war footing. All married Jews, between the ages of 20 and 30. were drafted for immediate military service as the result of a proclamation issued jointly by the executive committees of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the Jewish National Council (Vaad Leumi). Administrative machinery for handling the new soldiers and considering applications for exemptions from the blanket order was immediately set up. Palestine Jewish leaders indicated that a Nazi-Italian drive towards the Suez through Palestine and Syria would meet with bitter resistance in the Holv Land. The draft met with enthusiastic response, thousands of young Jews crowded the recruiting offices. singing Hebrew marching songs. It was generally agreed here that the all-important battle for the Near East was officially started when the pro-Nazi Iraq government of Premier Rashid Ali Beg Gailani ordered Iraq troops to fire on British detachments stationed in that country. Jewish leaders followed the fighting in Iraq with keen interest in view of reports that the Iraq Premier had appealed to Berlin for military assistance. The Nazi High Command, it was feared, may capitalize on the Iraq situation to launch its campaign in the Near East. HILLEL HY-LITES • bv STANLEY B. RICHARD 9xy£tUcal RAiefa C. H. (Cliff) Reeder who for eight years served on the City Commission, two years of which time was devoted to the mayor's chair. His record in municipal affairs speaks for itself. The outstanding feature of C. H. Reeder is his Ordinance 1066 introduced in March 1933 for a refund from the Florida Power and Light Company to the electric consumers of Miami. Cliff Reeder resident of Miami for over 30 years has steadfastly shown his faith in the city and its inhabitants. The platform outlined by Reeder is a constructive one. He advocates a balanced budget, believing the municipal income sufficient to keep up with the outi go. He is for streets and side< walks in the outer sections of; the city, a believer in extending the sewerage and water mains. • He loves a fight, just a public-1 spirited citizen making his home town a better place to live in. Men are judged by their records. In the case of Reeder, the record speaks for itself. Robert R. Williams former mayor of the city of Miami, points to his record during I his administration. He advocates the elimination of unnecessary j taxes such as, the abolition of: the garbage tax. Robert R". Will' iams' popularity carried him into the runoff and at this time his campaign is gaining momentum. | Williams says. "If elected, I will be for all the people not the | chosen few." He earnestly solicits your vote and support on Mav 13. KIDNAPPING OF JEWS REPORTED New York (WNS)—An Associated Press dispatch from Beirut. Lebanon, reporting anti-Semitic outbreaks and kidnappings of Jewish leaders in Palestine as a result of Arab reaction to events in the Balkans and Mesopotamia, caused wide apprehension in Jewish circles here. The dispatch credited to French sources in Lebanon, said that some Zionist leaders had b r, kidnapped by Arab nationalists and that disturbances had led to bloodshed in several parts of Palestine. The A. P. story quoud French sources as saying that anti-Semitic feeling swelled with the arrival of Jewish emigrants from the Balkans and then was aggravated by the situation in Iraq. The dispatch could not be confirmed. Meanwhile, the German radi •, which has been injecting heavy doses of anti-Semitic propaganda into the troubled Near East situation, reported that Jews in Baghdad, capital of Iraq, were accused of attempting to create "panic" among the population by closing their shops and spreading defeatist rumors. The leaders immediately were an ed, the Nazi spokesman said Lfl Is the BEST.' Hillel Honors Night for the B'nai B'rith Hillel Society at the University of Florida was held on Wednesday, April 23. Seven keys were awarded for service and outstanding achievement in Hillel during the past school year. Recipients of the keys for service on the Hillel executive council were: Irving Cypen. St. Petersburg: Marvin Essrig. Tampa: Kurt Teutsch. refugee student: Arthur Jaffe. Gainesville; and Walter Benja|min. Jacksonville; Dr. Mathew I : Drosdoff. Gainesville: and Sol, ; Mtizel. Patterson. N. J.. received j keys for outstanding service to Hillel. Dr. Max David Eichhorn. Hillel director at the Universitv of Florida and Florida State Cof| lege for Women, presented the i keys. The Tau Epsilon Phi fraternitv at the University of Florida won 1 the United Jewish Student Fund I Drive Campaign and were Dresented the Alexander Brest trophy by Walter Benjamin, student chairman for the drive. Dr. Harry Mellman, national Hillel Field secretary, was the guest speaker for the occasion. Mrs. Esther Silverman. Gainesville, gave a few piano selections. We take pleasure in extending a sincere tribute to all Mothers on her day and the hand of good will to all our Jewish patrons and friends RUSSELL PAIGE, Inc. Dodge Luxury Liners and Trucks 2020 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 3-8621 Mothei I' •'. i; -• • JE. E. BRETT !:• % %  : BM .:>U,IXS AVE. I'll (.IMS r. %  r Greetings to j Mothers HAAS BROS. GARAGE %  • ••• 6 AVE. PH 1.0(41 -MothBELL WINDOW CLEANERS 0 • .-.. M%  • %  MM* N W 13th AVE PH. Ml A MESSAGE FROM C. H. (Cliff) REEDER I am deeply graleful for the confidence expressed in me by the voters in last Tuesday's Primary Election. Your continued support will be greatly appreciated. Be sure to vote in the final election next Tuesday. May 13. Sincerely, C. H. (Cliff) Reeder For City Commissioner — f tU PtMtietl AJ:. l\ Ifh-mh immmmm ^M^^l*^fi^SftSe^W'*2^[(^'a4w*j<^ %  i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B



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PAGE EIGHT vJenist FkrkHar FRIDAY. MAY 9. 194; i > ) J B' nai B' rith &*J By MILTON P N FRIEDMAN o tes •.v B rou read this c o lumn -r.ar.v M:L-r..ar.s wsl! be prepax. £ -; cr ar Thone different •-r.ar. the one M< foctb in the Bible. You guessed tt—1 mean bring out the braes Washington here we come It might seem ig salt into ar. open wound to •-^'.'you %  are remaining here all about the F r m in store for those who are going up. Or. the other :.*r.d I believe everyone is interested in •A-.-.a: will lake place and for that reason I arr. setting forth the entire program Saturday night May 10. a*. 6.30 p. nx there will be a Genera] Committee Dinner in the New Willard Hotel followed by a meeting at 8 o m No doubt meeting will be devoted to planning what to take up at the c nvention an the following two days. Then, at 9:30 p. m there will be a reception for delegates .,-.:. £.;-: %  :; :: '..-.-: J.-. .: %  .-.: P. o: the HoteL The MJ geM will not arrive in Washing-1 itself. ton until Sunday morning so largest in the entire Order none cf :br then, except Bro Levin, y the above At 9 a m registration of delegates will take place amidst usual turmoil and at 10 a m. the convention will be called to order by Pres. Levin Then there will be appointment of committees on credentials, and on rules and later in the morning these committees will make their reports. ..-. % %  president secretary, and [ delegates will "be set for lunch treasurer will give their reports Lunch will be buffet style and city and drop in whatever restaurant catches their fancy. At 9 p D in the mam ballroom of the rd Hotel the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Argo Lodge will • uud s entertainment and refreshments. tffair will be informal. Our congratulations and best wishes an i.\ tended to Argo Lodge upon ing reached—can it be called — its golden anniversary" Argo has been in existence half the length of time that the national organization has functioned, and has made an enviable record for The lodee is one of the totally, its auxiliary can also boast of a membership as large. if not the largest, in the L" S. Can all of the above be schedduled for only one day' So it seems. It ought to keep the brothers out of mischief. On Mon May 12. the convention will again re-convene at 10 a. m. A rabbi will give a prayer, committees will report, and then the a beautiful background for what will apparently be the outstanding convention dinner in the nis: the Dist. It is little wontherefore that so many of our brothers are looking forward eagerlv to this trip. After the convention many of us plan to go on to N. Y. for a few days and thus make the entire trip a never to be forgotten one. Until I return you will have the pleasure of reading articles herein written bv guest columnists or perhaps 111 dash off a column while in Washington. Adios. MOTHERS DAY ORBETINM DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN S0J \. \V. 7th Ave. Ph. .." rning also. Outside of usiness there will be an address roe by Bro Philip Goldstein president of Argo Lodge. 413. of Washington and also one is scheduled for 1 p. m. In the afternoon, starting at 2 the regular business of the convention will continue with more reports being made. Then comes the by commissioner of the Dist. of climax to wit: nomination and I -.'.">:•-::-> T< : %  '"THERfl EVERTWERE MARY L. WHITE MOM Exrtaatrc F"--. -. boot He %  '. %  Chil Iren :.%  \v ISU St Pa M M Col. Tne response will be made by past pres. of the Dist. Abe Shefferman. A roll call of delegates will be taken and the meeting will be adjourned for lunch. The luncheon will take place in the Hotel at I o'clock. The feaelection of officers. I have been tipped off from reliable sources that some dynamite can be expected. As an anti-climax to some but to many the real climax will be the dinner and dance which is scheduled to start at SENIOR HADASSAH Mother's Day Greet %  • Interstate Tile Marble Co. 163 M. E. 14th St. Pi A regular meeting of Senior Hadassah >vill be held on Mondav. Mav 12 at 2 p. m.. at the Na'tional Hotel. 1677 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Election of officers for the ensuing year will be held. "The Life of Theodore Hertzl." founder of Zionism, will be the subject of a talk to be given by Mrs I M Weinstein. An afghan. made and donated by Mrs. Harold Vinson. will be awarded at this meeting. The board will convene for a luncheon meeting at 12 p. m. ture attraction will be an address 17 p. m. The dinner will feature by Dr H. C Byrd. pres. of Mary• addresses bv the Hon. Sam Ravland University At 2:30 the: burn. Speaker of the U. S. House -• -• :.*BOYLE'S PHARMACY Ml THER S DAY REE riNGS MR. and MRS. HAROLD SALVEY afternoon session will begin with the regular order of business in store. A sightseeing tour is scheduled for 4:30. My previous experience has been that the hours set forth in a tentative convention program are never accurate and never occur when thev are supposed to. I hope the business of the convention will not be so long that the delegates will have to miss the sightseeing triD. because Washington is certair.lv one of the finest cities m the world for thrilling visitors. For supper the delegates will shift for themselves. Probably everyone will wander around the LOANS ON FLRS DiAWOSDS a JEWELRY EQUIPMENT • AUTOMOBILES FUR STORAGE • GEORGIAN FINANCE CO. %  ;;6 iziye Boulevard PMONE 1K0' 0C3:ITI Sea-* Roebuck of Representatives and the Hon Henry' Monsky. pres. of the Supreme Lodge of B'nai B'nth. In my humble opinion these addresses alone should make the entire trip worth while. After these addresses, remarks will be made by Bro. Levin as retiring Dist. Pres. and by the Pres. Elect In 1934 I had the pleasure of attending a national convention of A. Z. A. and the setting was this same Willard Hotel. The mirror enclosed ballroom is trulv Mi -TH ER 8 I -AY 11 REETINl S8 SHIER'S SHOE SHOP JOE KADA1L Prop :::t S \v. i7th Ave. I'h. t-1543 BEST WISHES TO MOTHERS EVERYWHERE Florida Five & Ten Cent Stores, Inc. r.v. w Plaster st Ph. i-jti. BEST WISHES Ti > MOTHERS EVERYWHERE STEVEN'S MARKET : N. W. tfod St. Ph. 7909 Hict-ttiiKS on Mother*!u. W. D. CHRISTMAS General Agent Th* Maaaachtt*tta Pro:. Association. Inc. The M.iKnachju&Ua Proti Life A*eu ranee i'<. Tha Paul Revere Life Insura:. < 'oinpany IM duPoni nuiK. Ph. Mother'! Day Or*etlnc> KLEFEKER PRODUCE COMPANY! 1181 N. W. 22nd .tt*et PHONE 3-8795 Mother*i Day OrceUnga Schneider's Tackle & Bait Shop :." West AT*. Phone : •_ ^DR. 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wJewish florid 7a m CoMawwc The Jewish Unity VOLUME 14—No. 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 9. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS r DiSTR I C T MEET 11 UNO 12 The 65th Convention of the ; Fifth District of B'nai B'rith comprising seven states from Man-land to Florida, will open with a reception Saturday evening in Washington with headquarters at the Willard Hotel. formally opening Sunday morning with registration of delegates and closing Monday evening at a banquet with the Honorable Samuel Rayburn, speaker of the | House of Representatives and I Henry Monsky, president of the order as principal speakers. Complete details of the convention will be found in the B'nai B'rith column in this issue. Isaac Levin of Miami will preside at the business sessions of the convention. A special train on the Silver Meteor, streamlined feature of the Seaboard Airline Railway, will leave Miami and meet other Florida delegates en route. Among delegates, alternatives, wives and guests attending the Fifth District Grand Lodge convention are: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chaiken, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mr, and Mrs. Sol GoldI strom. Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Milj ler, Mr and Mrs. Elry Stone, Mr. i and Mrs. Louis Pallot. Mr. and | Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mr. and Mrs Milton A. Friedman. Mr. and Mrs Harry S. Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs, E. Albert Pallot. Rudy Adkr. J Aron Abbott. Jack August. Albert E. Berkeley. Dave Emmer, Morris Bierman. Bernard S. Feiner, Marx Feinberg. Isidor Goldstein, Ernest Gunzberg, Walter C Kovner, James Leonard. Daniel Moss. Sid H. Palmer. Harry Rayvis. Fred K. Shochet. Arthur freister, Harold Turk. Jack Bernstein, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, all of Miami; Harry Eff. St. Augustine; Jack Kapner and Joe Lesser, Wist Palm Beach; B. J. Cohen and Murray Lebelman. Orlando; J. Glickstein. Jacksonville; H. Ossinsky, Daytona. Jewess Receives Medal for Valor London (WNS)—Miss Rosalie Gassman, 29-year-old chairman of the British W. I. Z. O. Youth Center and emergency telephone operator, was the first British w "inan to receive the new British Empire Medal for exceptional heroism, it was officially announced here. Miss Gassman. who lives with her family in London's JewishPopulated East End district, was stationed at a fire station during heavy Nazi air raid. Despite jallniK bombs which wrecked the '•" station, the Jewish girl remained at her post, keeping Intact communications with the raidi d district. In addition to "CT regular duties. Miss Gassman cared for several air-raid casualties. At the same time, it was announced that Corporal Leslie Uinsberg, a member of the Royal 'usihers, has been awarded the Military Medal for "gallant and distinguished" service somewhere the Middle East e)tlij cJlToffier dedicated (o DKcffier's 2)atj Someone I love comes back to me With every gentle face I see: Beneath each wave of soft, gray hair I seem to see my mother there. With every kindly grace and word It seems as if I must have heard Her speak, and felt her tender gaze With all the love of olden days. And I am moved to take her hand And tell her now I understand How tired she grew beneath the strain Of feeling every loved one's pain. No further burdens could she bear; The promise of that land more fair Alone could tempt her from her chair; And now. if I could keep her here. No sacrifice would be too dear. No tempered winds for her too mild. Then I would smooth and kiss her face. And by her side take my old place. And sob my fears and cares away. The tears I have so long repressed Would lose their ache upon her breast. I think if I could feel her touch Once more, it would not matter much How sunny or how dark the day. —Author Unknown. SERVICE PROGRAM TO BE STARTED BY PALESTINE FLOWER WEEK TO BE OBSERVED LOCALLY As Jewish communities in the United States prepared for the observance of Palestine Flower Week under the auspices of the Jewish National Fund, American Zionists were urged to take "our stand in the ranks of the undefeated" regardless of the "changing fortunes of war." The period between May 11th to May 18th will witness gatherings and popular collections for the Jewish people's fund to acquire land in the Jewish National Home as 'the soil in which the seeds of victory, freedom and national renaissance grow." This will be the 28th annual observance of its kind arranged each spring as an occassion to rally mass support for the work of Keren Kayemeth. Flowers and leaves of the Biblical "Rose of Sharon." colorfullyreproduced will be offered by a THREAT TO EXILE JEWS IS CAUSE Of ESCAPE ATTEMPT HITLER CHAR6ES HE WAS FORCED INTO PRESENT WAR Geneva < WNS (—Assuming the role of a disciple of internal peace. Adolf Hitler charged that i in Winston Churchill and "Jewish financial interests" had forced him into the war and had persistently blocked an "understanding" with Nazi Germany, in his address before the hastily-convened Reichstag. Disclaiming any territorial or any other "selfish political interests" in the Balkans. Hitler The launching of a S10.765.000 program of service to soldiers, sailors and defense workers, raised in a nation-wide campaign, will be conducted by six national agencies, the Young Men's Christian Association; the National Catholic Community Service; the Salvation Army; the Young Women's Christian Association; the Jewish Welfare Board, of which the Young Men's Hebrew Association is a subsidiary; and the National Travelers Aid Association. The purposes of the United Service Organizations, are to aid in the defense program of the United States by serving the religious, spiritual, welfare and social needs of the men and women in the armed forces and the defense industries of the United States and in general to contribute to the maintenance of morale in American communities; and, order to carry on such sermocracies. which can think only in termss of capitalism, can maintain that if one state delivers machinery to another, it thereby dominates that other State. In actual fact such domination, if it occurs, can be only a reciprocal domination." (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) JEBI9KIEI FORCED TO LABOR Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazi administration ordered all male Jews, irrespective of age. to report on May 1 for compulsory labor service, it was learned here. The Jews were instructed to wear yellow arm-bands, bearing the mogen-david. on their coat sleeves. The Jews were immediately put to work removing the debris caused by the terrific Nazi bombardment of Belgrade which resulted in the loss of thousands of lives The Jews were supervised bv Nazi soldiers, who beat persons considered too slow at their tasks. Damage done in Belgrade by the air-raids has been so widespread that it was believed that the Jews will be kept in these special labor gangs for many 2ft The Jews are not paid for their work and are compelled to work on Saturdays. Pavelitch, the Nazi Ante prochief pagandist who has become erne of the Nazi-created state of Croa Ua announced that henceforth # ^TcroaTia 11 'JeTSS'S citizens of Croatia. J" treated as "subjects. Zurich (WNS) — With the threat of deportation to the French island of Madagascar hanging over their heads. Jews in Germany and Nazi-occupied countries are frantically seeking to escape from those lands before it is too late, it was reliablyreported here. Chief obstacle, at the present writing, of the escape of a number of German Jews to America is the fact that United States consulates have persistently refused to issue visas until the emigrant can show proof that he has arranged for passage on a specific boat for a specific date. The tension of Jews in Ger: many. Austria. Poland and Czechoslovakia was heightened when Nazi authorities in Berlin summoned Jewish leaders and laid before them the plan to send all Jews in Nazi occupied Europe to Madagascar. While Jewish leaders attending the conference were warned to remain silent about the discus. sions, it was learned that the Nazi plan will be put into effect as soon as the time is considered expedient. Distribute Gifts Stolen from Jews Geneva (WNS)—The Rumanian government has distributed gifts, including rings, watches and fountain pens confiscated from Jews, to members of the Nazi army stationed in that country, according to the "Bucharest Tagcblatt." Nazi paper published in Rumania. The gifts were taken from Jewish shops confiscated by the government. Many of the valuables were seized from Jews during the anti-Jewish pogroms. Nazi elements in Rumania have i proposed to the government that Rumanian Jews, with wealthy relatives or friends in the United i States be permitted to emigrate fo America provided their Amerithrough which aid to the Jewish can relatives deposit as yet un< community m Palestine can be specified sums of money the Rumanian government vices, to afford a means of an organization in which the member organizations may cooperate. In Miami. Mayor Alexander Orr. Jr.. was designated by the National Association to be general chairman of the local U. S. O. Wednesday evening. May 7, at a breakfast meeting. Stanley C. Myers reported on the Regional said that Germany and the Bal| Conference of the U. S. O.. held kan nations were economic parti last week in Atlanta, ners and: i^ p \ an j s t0 f orm sta te and "None but our Jew-ridden decounty programs that will make with Y REFUGEES ENTER PALESTINE New York (WNS)—More than 5.000 refugees entered Palestine with the help of the United Palestine Appeal in the first four months of 1941. it was announced by the United Jewish Appeal. A survey of recent developments in Palestine, made by the United Palestine Appeal, showed that despite the spread of the war to the Eastern Mediterranean, the rate of immigration into Palestine has increased over the war year of 1940 when 12.572 Jewish immigrants arrived in the Jewish homeland. There are still approximately 4,500 holders of immigration certificates in European lands. Emphasizing the strategic importance of Palestine for the defense of the Suez Canal and democracy in the Middle East, the U. P. A. report stressed the fact that the United Palestine Appeal, which is represented together with the Joint Distribution Committee and the National Refugee Service in the United Jewish Appeal, constitutes the channel effectively brought in the gathering crisis in the Mediterranean. plans to conduct a campaign in cities throughout the United States beginning the week of June 3. Two committees were formed, one consisting of lay members, of which William J. Brown is chairman, and another committee headed by Mr. Nielson. executive director of the Community Chest, which comprises executive directors of the local service organizations. A State conference will be held in Tampa on Friday. May 9. Goldman Again Heads ILA H. C. Detroit (WNS)—The 37th biennial council of American Hebrew Congregations reelected Robert F. Goldman president in its closing session here. Other officers elected were: Adolph Rosenberg. Cincinnati, board chairman; Jacob W. Mack. Cincinnati, Harry N. Gottlieb. Chicago. Eugene Strassburger. Pittsburgh, and Frederick S. Greenman, New York, vice-presidents. Charles P. Kramer. New York, was chosen president of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods. Arthur Straus, Chicago, was elected chairman of the Jewish Chataqua Society. The newly formed National Association of Temple Secretaries elected Irving Katz. Detroit, as president. A resolution was adopted, after heated debate, by the delegates to the Union convention expressing deep disappointment and regret that the objectives envisaged in Pittsburgh in 1938. of the General Jewish Council had not been realized. I W



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FprnA^MA Y 9. 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL U7 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 .48BI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. SW6 ln : Creek Drive-.12 Miami Beach RABBi COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach Sabbath Evening Service* Fndav evening, May 9th 8:15 n'clock.'habhi Coiman A. Zwitman will preach on the Biblical portion in the sermon: "A Code (or Tomorrow." Temple Events for the Month of May On Wednesday evening. May Day Greetlngi WALTERSON BODY WORKS HIS N. Mlarnl Ave. Ph. 2-SM6 Mother*! Day Oreetlnga CITY AUTO PARTS 41 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 3-4749 I .. %  %  on Mother'a Day HENRY FLATTERY MASTER PLUMBER Ml N W 2nd Ave, l'h. T-18M M j'.f. i • 1' s_U: < u I1 n Ka New Century Feed & Supply Co. I>. T, MQBLEY II'.: X. V : A.. Ph. 3-422 Day Greetlnga OSCEOLA MARKET GEORGE JACOB % % % %  -' W. 17th Avenue PHONE 4-1727 BB8T WISHES TO MOTHERS I:VI:I:YIVHERE BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 1*J s K. 1st Street PH< 'NE 2-7691 *Jenistflcriciiia,r PAGE SEVEN 21 the annual meeting of the Temple will be held in Kaplan nail. Reports of the various committees, and the work of the past year, election of officers and board members will be on the agenda of the business meeting A buffet supper will precede the meeting under the auspices of the Sisterhood, and members of the Congregation are urged to reserve that date and attend this meeting. On Monday. May 26th. the annual installation of officers and board members of the Sisterhood will take place at a most beautiful luncheon, to be tendered at the Shelborne Hotel, in Miami Beach. Members of the Sisterhood and their friends should make a note of the change of the date in their social calendars. An excellent program, in addition to the delicious repast will be presented. Arrangements lor attendance may be made by calling the chairman of the luncheon committee. Mrs. Max Orovitz. 2-5432 Confirmation In our Congregation fourteen confirmands will be consecrated in the faith of Israel on Shovuos. Sunday morning, June 1st at 10 o'clock. Their subject for this confirmation will be an outline of the social and religious history of American Jewry. The confirmands are: Joseph C. Coplon. Faye Louise Cowen. Suzanne Davis, Henry Irving Dreyfus. Henry David Gaggstatter, jr.. Frances Goldman. Miriam Ruth Kauffmann. Sterling F. Lavine, Regina Mac Loveman. Franklin J. Nankin. Freeman James Kevins. Joyce Pearlman. Emma Rosenberg. Charles Rubin. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Fridav The ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH Monday. May 19. featured by a parade and an extensive program in the evening. All Jewish organizations and individuals in, Greater Miami should be represented in the general picture, as all Americans unite in common appreciation of the benefits I which they enjoy as Americans. J Someone recently wrote "Be; ing an American citizen is not quite so simple a task as some would have us believe. Mere waving of the flag and mere holo'.v echoing of the sentiments i .> %  • %  %  -! %  %  :. %  %  I • looie %  i • mil• I nqmr'<:. : : %  %  %  I I i; it I AM AN AMERICAN DAY By presidential proclamation. Sunday. May 18 has been desigof patriotism are poor substinated as i Am An American. tutes for the deep generosity of Day." to be observed "in recogfeeling that must characterize nition of our citizens who have those who truly understand attained their majority or who what's meant by the American have been naturalized within tradition." the past year." And how true it is! Today. The President has asked that when this country is being called federal, state and local officials.. upon to play a unique role in as well as patriotic, civic, and human history, each individual educational agencies join in exdaily should be conscious of his ercises "calculated to impress uprole in the American nation and on our citizens, both native born comprehend fully the meaning of and naturalized, the special sigthe "American way." nificance of citizenship in this Irresponsible Solicitations nation." Miami Jews should be on their Preliminary plans had been guard against irresponsible solaid for a local Jewish observlicitations and misrepresentations ance of the event but these were of the purposes for which soliciabandoned when Mayor Orr antations are being made, nounced that a community-wide This week we received an mcelebration would be held on | quiry from a member of the Jewish community after he had or who claimed that his publications served to spread good will between Jews and non-Jews. As a matter of fact, this claim was entirely without foundation in truth. When you are approached for a solicitation of this kind, call the ADL office, which usually will be able to provide you with information of a reliable nature. Humanity's Last Refuge— America Copies of Sigmund Livingston's masterful address before the recent triennial convention of B'nai B'rith were mailed this week to all representatives and officers of organizations cooperating with the ADL. Already requests' for additional copies have been made by appreciative readers. The office has but a limited number of copies. However, until these are exhausted we would be happy to fill such requests. Mother' rnv Q CORAL GABLES BODY SHOP FRANK X. PR1DGES IM Madeira Ave. Ph. I IMI tht Anti-Dtfamotio* %U -: :" St ••. boU BUy Mian -r. ill r .'•• It -, m nu' :tu-s are tirriui to #:JI, ffcrHUWwi of ••-• ttrtiees tfftrai ~ :'r, oraat & a ti o* mmd la consult ^>i matters of an tti-4efamatcr\ natttri M o t her'a Day Oreetmga H. C. Wilcox Garage I",'! X. \V. 2nd Ave. Ph. M1M Mother'a Day Greeting! Livingston Motors 1121 W Flagler St. Ph. 2 ••ill'"' Mother's Day Greeting! MANNING ELECTRIC 2161 X. W. ""-'nd Street PHONE 7-3277 Mother's Day Greeting* MARGARET'S BEAUTY PARLOR 1744 West Flakier St. PHONE 2-1 '•••-' MOTHER'S DAY GREETINGS PHOXE 4-5943 JAMES ARBONA MANTLES QAKAOB GRILLS WINDOW SIM* VENTS LOOVKR8 BTBPS ALL KINDS OF ART STUNK. POLISHED OR FLAW ttl Bird Rad • Coconut Drove, Ha. WATERSYSTEMS, INCSUBDIVISION WATER SYSTEMS LAWN SPRINKLER SYSTEMS REPAIRS AND SERVICE Worthington Pumps Swimming PooU. Well* Phone 4-2673 2604 Coral Way ..iig. on Mother'a Da) Levi Plumbing Co. '.41 s. '.v i Bt. Ph. 8-1517 evening, the memory of the fol6 iven a contribution to a solicitlowing will be hallowed: Recently departed: Jacob Rubin, father of Harry Rubin and Morris Rubin; Jennie Martin, sister of Mrs. Ray Mendelson. Yahrzeits: Louis Kaplan, father of Dr. Jacob Kaplan and Mrs. Leo Stein: Fruma Freed, mother of Mrs. Harry Nevms: Lipman Simon, brother of Harry V, Simons: Lillian Gladys Rippa. wife of M. M. Rippa: Leah Arnold, mother of J. Arnold: Moritz Meyer, husband of Mrs. Emma Meyer and father of Sidney Meyer. M"th-: Day Penn Dixie Cement Corp. • N E JSnd St Ph :>'.i BEST WISHES T' • MOTHERS EVERYWHERE HUB DRY GOODS Itl N. Miami Ave. Pa • : Mother'a Day Greetings Miami Tailor Supply 29" Halcyon Al Ph. 3-1'.'; • Day %  eel Home Owners Protective League Wi'MBLE 744 N. W. 54th St. Ph. 7*3:2 WISHES TQ M"THP.1'.S EVERYWHERE SKAGSETH STATIONERY : %  s. .-: :%  i .. • -. Mother's Day Greetings J. W. WATSON Jr. COURT HOUSE SPECIALTY POSTER PRINT CO. SILK SCREEN METHi'I' Rl IT M. RTTCHIN9 .:' s. W. ?th St. Ph. 4..-:: Mothers Day Greeting* BISC AYNE BRASS FOUNDRY 1S17 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. • Mother'a Day Greeting* MEL'S MOTOR SERVICE W Flagler St. Ph. 1441 Greetings on Mothers Day DRAPERY STUDIO PALMER RERNREUTER Decorator DRAPERIES SUP COVERS UPHOLSTERING 2nd Floor Fauth Furniture Co Incorporated 1444 Btaeayne Blvd. P* M .th^i %  Day Greeting.-. HARMON, INC. 142 N W tnd Street Ph. tDr. Benjamin L. Goldstein


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nUDAY. MAY 9, 1941 Jen isti fhridlifjun PAGE THHK THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y" ETCHINGS Joseph A. Upton: Serving his first vear on the board, Joe has he background to do much for To "4" M president of the Dadc Ravines & Loan Association. Has helped with the recent memberhip drive and offered his aid whenever possible We sincerely hope Joe will get into the swing of "V activities as we all know he can and will do very shortly. Leon Lieberman: Leon is a oast secretary of the "Y" and has played a tremendous part during the past several years as a board member in furthering the progress of the "Y." Leon's part in developing the Y. M. H. A Home Camp is something he Will always be proud of. Besides his duties with the Home Camp. Leon has been a bulwark on many other "Y" committees too numerous to mention. For his livelihood. Leon is connected with the Ackcrman Insurance Co. Stanley C. Myen: Also serving his first year on the .board. With his many duties as a communal worker, Stanley still took time off to attend "Y" meetings and offer his valuable services to our great cause of building a Jewish Community Center. If Stanley does nothing but help us to erect this center at an early date, we shall all be the happier lor his services. As you all know, Stanley is one of this area's outstanding attorneys with offices in ine Seyboiu building. E. Albert Pallot: I may b putting my neck out a bit bu. I personally believe Al Pallot was and IS the best member the Y M H. A. has ever had. Al has served on the board about six years during which time he served as president for two terms. To review the many One things Al accomplished for -he "V during that time would take up at least several columns. A! is the junior partner of Moorehead and Pallot. attorneys-ailaw, in the Ingraham building Is presently in Tallahassee having been appointed assistant attorney general under Tom Watson. More •'etchings" will appear in our next column. Bowling and Basketball Banquet A banquet for the bowling and basketball teams will be held at Jimmies Bar on Sunday, May 18, at 8 p. m. Al Berkowitz is chairman, with Mickey Lubel. Sam Seitlin and Lou Safan as coworkers. The price is SI.25 per person which includes a swell steak dinner plus a splendid floor show, and other treats. Anyone interested, please Communicate witn Mr. Grossman or Mr. Berkowitz, by phoning 3-4012. Home Camp We are pleased to announce that Josepn A. Berman has been S—P—E—C—I—A—L GIANT LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE 1333 S. W. 8TH STREET—MIAMI. FLORIDA Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed A Q # Ladies' Dresses Cleaned and Pressed ^ W • Shirts 9C 12 Pounds Damp Wash 4SC Shirts Finished out of Damp Wash 5C Pants 24C FREE PICK UP AND DELIVERY IN GEATER MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH We Also Clean Carpets. Curtains. Drapes and Covers QUALITY WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES One Trial is All We Ask PHONE 2-3447 NOTICE T0:-ALL RURAL LAND OWNERS:— The State Road Department of Florida is now attempting to confiscate fifteen additional feet of right-of-way on eacn side of the present road through your land without any compensation to you. If they can take away fifteen feet ot rigiupf-way from you at this session of the Legislature, they can take away 150 feet at the 1943 session. Legislation autiioriz"}H this misappropriation was approved by the Finance ana Taxation Committee of the House of Representatives last week, and by the Senate Committee, awd unless you maKL ^ Legisl senator Graham and representatives Overs Uv.t "ynaior uraham and representatives UVUMUI -I. % % %  • ---Wweheart in Tallahassee at once to oppose House Bin J, i > %  t-; .companion Senate Bill 15. and especially the JP*""2 Which takes 15 feet more of right-of-way through your land Without payment to you, and which will actually depnv >u ol most of your rental revenue. THE COMMITTEE FOR PRESERVATION OF PROPERTY RIGHTS Offices in Riviera Hotel Building. Daytona Beach. Florida appointed chairman of the Home Camp committee. Plans are progressing very rapidly and this year promises to ue one of the outstanding seasons of this camp since its inception. The W. P. A., as in the past, has agreed to furnish us with competent instructors. At present, applications are being received by Mr. Grossman, executive director, for positions as counselors, and again we urge all those interested to submit their applications in writing as no one will be considered who has not submitted a written application for said position. Mother's Day Program Sunday. May 11 On Sunday evening, May 11, at 8:30 o'clock, the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. will present their annual Mother's Day program. Mrs. Samuel Spcctor (none other than our own Ida Engler) will be in charge. Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and prominent communal leader, will be the principal speaker. Miss Rosalind Weiner will sing appropriate songs for the occasion and Mrs. Weinkle will cut the cake as the oldest Mother in the community. Everyom is invited. Admission is free. Lecture Series The first in a series of lectures on "Marriage and the Family.'' sponsored by the Leaders' Group of the Y. M. H. A., was held on May 7. Mrs. Frances (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) MoTHKKK DAT < iUKE'J'l.N'G.S BROWN'S GARAGE IT s Dixie Highway, s'<<. Miami PHONE 4-9482 ORBBTINQS ON MOTHER'S DAT A. H. BRANNON PEOPLE S2C^^^s§3sCOMP ANY Hollywood Ft Ltudndtli Miami Batch ABE ARONOVITZ FOR CITY COMMISSIONER Thanks You for Your Support %  YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT IS NECESSARY NOW MORE THAN EVER TO INSURE A CITY GOVERNMENT FOR THE PEOPLE INSTEAD OF FOR SPECIAL INTERESTS. HONEST • FEARLESS • INDEPENDENT A Candidate for Public Office Should Be Judged by Hit Record in the Past PaiJ PMital Jdv. <4< i • I



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. PAGE TWO %  let* iit ftcrHiar The Deborah Chapter of Y.yjng Judc-a is holding its Installation uf officers and induction of pledgees May 10. The event will be held in the form of a dinner party at the home of the sponsor. Mrs. Murray Grossman 1030 W 47m street Miami Beach Officers to be installed ar-_ ? %  '..--• Judith Goodman, president: Mi Rosalie Siegel. vice president; Miss Marilyn Love Mist Seyms Pratt, secretary. Pledgees are: Miss Miriam K.^sel. Dorr-thy Meckowitz. Arelcne Rose. Muriel Redicker. G.Ida Gottlieb/ Chariot* Weinberger. Guest speaker Rabbi Meschi • • • The installation.of officers of the Ladies Auxiliary Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place Sunday night at the I* .synagogue. 590 S W. 17th avenue Mrs Charles Feldman will be the installing officer. Speakers of the evening include Rabbi Abraham Kellner. H If. Drewich and Mrs George Chertkof. ; Committee in charge of arrangements are: Mrs. Max Kupferstein. Mrs. I. Rosengarttn and Mrs H. M Kagen Refreshments •.vill be served. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder returned to the city Wednesdayafter a six weeks honeymoon trip by motor They spent some time in Hot Springs. Ark.. New Orleans. La and other places of interest. Mrs Binder is the former Miss Ray Shochet • • Mrs. Isaac Levin while attending the Br.ai B'rith convention this week will visit with her son. Lieutenant Robert Levin, who is stationed in Washington. D C. € E T Y •; %  -. :.. p M iDu T. E. BRAUN • nil Om i B :. %  • Tuned Rei i. R*b %  S tv ST PH. 1 : SOL METCHIK announces his new connection with the Beach Chevrolet Co. Miami Beach's Exclusive Chevrolet Dealer Sol will be pleased to have his friends call him there for new Chevrolets or good used car bargains. 540 ALTON ROAD 5-0878 MIAMI BEACH Ladies Auxiliary B'nai B'rith will hold a box supper and dance Tuesdav evening. May 27 at 8 o'clock* at the Shelborne Hotel. Admission will be 25c plus a boxsupper preoared for two bearing the owm i name. A prize for attractive box will I awarded. Chairman of the affair is Mrs Belle Berman ed by Mrs Harold Rand, cochairman; Mrs Rosalyn Berman. Mrs. Ann Wetman. Mrs. Ida OD:ner. ticket chairmen: Mrs Barn y Goodman, entertainment .'•Irs Al Green, publicity. • • • The Daughters of the Jewish War Veterans. Freda Markowitz Auxiliary174 will tender their 3rd annual Mother's Day celebration Sundav afternoon from 3 to 5 p ni at "the home of Miss ShirleyRothschild. 345 S. W. 14th avenue. During the course of the afternoon, a formal initiation of new members will be held and a social program will be presented to all mothers and guests attending. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret. 1011 Michigan avenue. Miami Beach announce the engagment of their daughter. Florence Anne to Dr. Herbert A Wasserman. son of Mr. and Mrs Frank Wasserman of Los Angeles. California The wedding will be an event of this summer in Los Angeles where the couple will reside. • • • Sisterhood of Miami Beach Community Center will sponsor a man jongg and card party Sunday. Mav 11 at 8 p. m. in the gardens of Jacob Joseph Congregation. 14th Place and Euclid Avenue. Mrs. Beatrice Fishbein is chairman. • • • '< Workmen's Circle Branch 692 of Greater Miami will sponsor a cultural program Sunday. May 111 at 8:30 p. m. at the Biscayne Collins Hotel. Miami Beach. B. I Duntov will be the guest speaker. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling an! nounce the birth of a son at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Sunday. May 4. Mrs. Frehling is the former Marion Blank. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. 3i!4 Prairie avenue. Miami Beach announce that on Saturday. May • .1:30 a m in the Beth Jacob svnagogue. 311 Washington avenue. Miami Beach, the bar mitzva of their son. David Noble Lutsky Air Conditioning By CHRYSLER CALL GIBBS OIL CO. 1352 N. E. 1st Avenue PHONE 3-8785 Decide on one for Mother: All-Purpose P0RTHBIE RRDI0 J 14 9 5 Special Music and news wherever she goes! 5 tubes. Plays on A. C. or D. C. current or on flash light batteries! Weighs only 6 pounds Blue and grey finish. RAXH08, MIAMI ROBE, FIFTH FI>)oR will take place. Friends are cordially invited to attend the services at the synagogue and also the reception which will be held honoring him. Sunday. May 11 from 3 to 6 p. m. at home. Cards are not being lsued. • • • Morris Jacobs is convalescing at his home. 1243 S. W. 6th street, after undergoing an operation at Victoria Hospital. He will be happy to receive his friends. • • • Rev. and Mrs Maurice Mamches announce the birth of a daughter, at Miami Beach Hospital. Friday. April 25. At services held Saturday morning. May 3 the babywas named Valerie. • • • Mrs. Jack Kahn of Brooklyn. N. Y.. is visiting with her sister and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mell of this city. • • • George Wolpert will return to the city Saturday after a combined business and pleasure trip in the north. • • • Miss Rosalind Friedman left Thursday to visit with friends and relatives in the Carolinas. RED CROSS TO ORGANIZE FIRST AID DETACHMENTS Red Cross Volunteer First Aid Jetachments will be organized in Miami, it was announced by Harvey R. Payne. Dade County chairman, following a meeting recently with Walter H. Combs. H. R. Roney and J. Fritz Thompson. These detachments will be organized. Mr. Payne explained, in cooperation with industries, office buildings, colleges, hotels and similar organizations. Authorization for the organizations of these squads came from Chairman Norman H. Davis in Washington who has sent out letters of instruction to the 3.700 chapters of the Red Cross. Red Cross chapters are authorized to promote, organize, train and supervise Volunteer First Aid Detachments in cooperation with industries, etc. A detachment shall consist of not less than 15 nor more than 50 persons. At the meetine Mr .Roney was named chairman of First Aid. with Mr. Combs, assistant chairman. Mother's Day Greetings Alcazar Service Station and Garage KM N !•:. BECONO AVENUE I. ibrloatlon, Wash. Polish, Tire I.ei>;tlr. Standanl (HI Produ Atlas Tire* Call for and delivery service OL.UE PAGE. Prop. PH. 2-9811 NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN FRIDAY. MAY 9. 1941 OreMInn on MotheiB bay McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. 169 \ E. 8TRBBT I -||. 7 1667 MIAMI. FLORIDA At a meeting of the Miami Section, National Council Jewish Women, held Wednesday afternoon at Morris Brothers Department Store the following.officers were elected: president, Mrs. Monte Selig: 1st vice-president. Mrs Jack Cohen: 2nd vice-president. Mrs Maurice Jacobs: 3rd vice-president. Mrs. Irving Kobley; corresponding secretary, Mrs Emil J. Gould: recording secretary, Mrs Aaron Farr; financial secretary. Mrs. Charles Bushell: treasurer, Mrs. Ada Joseph: auditor. Mrs. Max Dreyer; director for two years to fill a vacancv. Mrs. Day J. Apte: directors for three years. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. Mrs. Harry Bamhard. Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. The installation luncheon will take place Friday. May 16 at St. Moritz Hotel. Mrs. Harold RarW. general chairman: Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. toastmistrcss; Mrs. Morris Alcert. installing officer. ,; nsa "ti Mother*! Day LINCOLN ROAD PHARMACY ::47 LINCOLN ROAD PH. Greeting! on Mother's Day W. PAUL MEREDITH Land Surveyor and Construction Engineer "N. W, 7--, ST. PHtiNE 7-4727 Painting. Paperhanging Plastering Decorating Expert Workmanship Licensed and Insured Free Estimates PHONE 4-0884 RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having; articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not beingused or needed, please cooperate with the Ladies 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 Lscatsd at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Harti. 2.7136 Mr*. Morris Dubler, 5-3517 Mr* Harry Kaufman. 5-4268 Jewish Welfare Office. 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwarti, 2-1664 and they will bs callsd for Mother'a Day Greeting! South Florida Liquor Distributors, Inc. 106 S. MIAMI AVK. PH. 1-7(64 Mother'a Day Qreetlnga LEW HEWES 1 lutboard Hoton—Boats Authorized Johnson Dl %  • Since mi' ; Ml .BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONK 2-S91S Best Wishes to Mothers Everywhere "IF IT'S DULANEY'S—IT'S DELICIOUS" DULANEY'S MARKET DULANEY'S, INC. 441 41st Street 325 71st Street Phone 5-5391 Phone 6-2442 MERCHANTS REASONABLE RATES CONFIDENTIAL WHOLESALERS DO YOU NEED IMMEDIATE CASH? We Are In Position to Purchase Your Accounts Receivable or Contracts LOANS IN EXCESS OF $1000 Short or Long Term Investments MANUFACTURERS NESEB. INC. p OBox 412. Miami CONTRACTORS WRECKING SERVICE ROAD SERVICE DAY or NIGHT WRECKS REBUILT MIAMI GARAGE J. A. MARKS. Proprietor Highest Quality Car Greasing Complete Auto Repairs ELECTRIC WELDING OF ANY KIND ANY BATTERIES PHONES: 7-9134—7-4221 5975 N. E. 2nd AVENUE *" WKm FLA SO THAT MANY MAY EAT Yes! FRENCH FRIED ONIONS NOW SERVED AT No Extra Charge WITH OUR FAMOUS Genuine Charcoal Broiled Sirloin Planked Steak IN ADDITION SHOESTRING POTATOES OUR OWN ROLLS AND MUFFINS All For 85 Cents Talk of the Town Restaurant 1356 N. E. SECOND AVENUE For R""'*' n Phont 2-W*'