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The Jewish Floridian ( April 3, 1942 )

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"""Ml F'll till ini %  1 i.' i.. ..iiiilll %  iiih. Ill III! lltllllll inn in in mil 7IIII7 hiuillillHiilhii wJemsti Florid tin VICTORY 1% COMBING The Jewish Unity 3&JL QsuxrUJk VOjudkSLy H VOLUME 15—No. 14 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS iEHVICE MEN AHE IQLIDAY GUESTS IDF LOCAL PEOPLE Completing a survey of all army and naval bases, the Y. M. A. assisted by a large numer of men and women, procured la list of all Jewish men in this larca in uniform. These men were Iplaced among the more than 500 lfamilics who extended invitaItions to have service men as their Iguests for the Passover sedarim. The Y. M. H. A. is an affiliate lof the national Jewish Welfare IBoard, the sole and officially reIcognized agency for the function [of acting unitedly in behalf of lall the Jewish men in the armed Iforces. "It should be a great satisfaction to Miami Jewry to know that the Y has been deluged with phone calls and visitors asking the privilege of entertaining the service men," Maurice Grossman, I executive director of the Y. M. H. A, enthusiastically stated. Among those assisting in the Passover hospitality effort were Mrs. Florence Hacker, chairman of the Y Defense Committee, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Ida Optiur, Mrs. Maurice Grossman and Mrs. George Chertkof. STRUMA SURVIVORS ARE GRANTED ENTRY PERMITS Jerusalem (Palcor)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine has been officially informed that the only two survivors of the ill-fated Struma, refugee vessel that sank outside Istanbul Harbor on February 24th with 768 Jewish passengers aboard, have finally been granted permission to enter Palestine. Medeo Salamovici and David Stoliar, who have been recuperating in Turkey since their rescue, will soon leave that country on the last leg of the journey that brought death to all their comrades who had hoped to find refuge in the Jewish National Home, only to be denied entry by the Palestine Administration despite the availability of immigration certificates under the current quota. BRITISH ARMY BY TEL AVIV GOVERNMENT BUDGET SET Jerusalem (Palcor)—The Palestine Government's estimated expenditure for the year ending March 31st, was set at 10,514,685 pounds in an Ordinance published last November permitting the Accountant-General to expend amounts up to this aggregate on orders signed by the High Commissioner. The civil government expenditure contemplated is 9,105,532, while the expenditure authorized for Palestine Railways is 1,409,153 pounds. The largest single item in the budget is 2,207,404 for the Police and Prisons Department; next comes that fox extraordinary Pubc Works, valued at 1,343,549 pounds. 'Preserve freedom.' Be willing to sacrifice all for the continuance of TrttdomJ Renew your will to defend freedom and to establish it forever among 'Mankind]' YleMzetwnA on TXIMXHMA — B Y SHIRLEY ELLENBOGEN Max had had a little more wine with his matzohs than was good for a boy of seven, and he had a very hard time staying awake through all of the Seder service. As his father's voice, chanting the final parts of the Haggadah to the family, assembled as always for the Pesach celebration, grew dimmer in his consciousness, he permitted himself to be lulled into a drowsy self-importance remembering his own participation in the beginning of the Seder. "Why is this night different from all other nights?" he had asked, as the youngest member of the family. He couldn't quite remember now. "On all other nights we may eat either leavened or unleavened; on this nightonly unleavened. On all other nights we may eat any kind of herbs; on this night only bitter herbs. On all other nights we do not dip even once; on this night twice. On all other nights we may eat either upright or leaning; on this night we all lean." Although he had asked these four questions at every Pesach ceremony since he could talk, the answers now seemed far away. It was something about suffering and Moses about deliverance and freedom and Passover. Yes, he could see it now he remembered ... It was part of him, a child in the desert. Hundreds, thousands of people, all plodding forward through the hot sand. As his mother lifted him into her arms, the better to speed along with the rest, he dimly saw the pyramids far, far behind him. They had left the pyramids and Egypt and Pharaoh far behind them Pharaoh Surely that was Pharaoh, way back there in the distance, leading the Egyptians after the escaping Jews like a pack of wolves on the scent. Even the youngest son understood it now. All his brothers understood it, too. The wise, the wicked, the simple, and the one too young to ask—all Israel understands the Exodus. Suddenly the child was jerked back to reality. There is more to Passover than the commemoration of the Exodus as an isolated event. The Seder symbolizes as well the tradition of freedom and learning which have become the Jewish life blood in these centuries since Moses led his people away from Pharaoh. And still Passover is greater than this. The Seder night commemorates the destiny of mankind for the past four thousand years, and the hope of human freedom to which the Exodus gave expression. This night is indeed different from all other nights and its moral has become the first lesson which Jewish children learn. In the four questions which the youngest child in the household asks at the opening of the Seder services, the timeliness and the timelessness of the Passover celebration are epitomized. The explanations of the use of matzoths (unleavened bread) and the bitter herbs hark back to the meager supplies which the Israelites carried on their flight from their bitter life in Egypt. The other two questions direct attention to the Seder as a feast involving a variety of food and an elegance of manner unusual in the simple daily routine of eating. In these latter manifes(CONTINUED ON PAGE •) JUOGE LEV1NTHAL UNO WIFE GUEST AT MIAMI BEACH One of the most well-known national figures of the Jewish scene. Judge Louis E. Levinthnl, president of the Zionist Organization of America, accompanied by his wife, has been a guest at Miami Beach for the past week. Sojourning here for a short stay following a tour of the midwest and south addressing Zionist conferences. Judge Levinthal consented to address a gathering here Saturday night at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. His topic will be 'World Conditions as Applicable to the Jewish People.^ The meeting will start at 8:30. Judge Levinthal has been active in the Zionist Organization for 15 years and was elevated to the pVesidency in September at a convention in Cincinnati. Prior to his becoming head of the ZOA, he was chairman of the National Administrative Council. He reported that the organization has made considerable progress in the last six months showing a large membership increase with improved financial conditions. "The ZOA is making every effort to further increase its membership and most Jews throughout the country are beginning to realize that they can help the war effort by helping Palestine, which is the bulwark of democracy in the Middle East," he stated. Judge Levinthal and his wife are leaving Sunday for Philadelphia where he is a member of the Court of Common Pleas. JEWISH WELFARE BOARD ORGANIZERS ARE HONORED The men who helped organize the National Jewish Welfare Board three days after the United States entered the first World War. steering it through a vast program of religious and morale guidance for American servicemen of Jewish faith, will be honored at the 25th Anniversary Founders Dinner of the Board on Sunday. April 19th, at the Hotel Commodore, New York City. The dinner will be part of a three-day conference at the Commodore, beginning Saturday, April 18th, and ending Monday, April 20th, in observance of a quarter-century of service in war and in peace by the Board, which was formed in April, 1917. THREE AMBULANCES GIVEN BY TEL AVIV TO BRITAIN Tel Aviv (Palcor)—Three ambulances were formally presented to the British Army by the allJewish city of Tel Aviv yesterday at ceremonies in which mayor Israel Rokach participated in behalf of the town and Colonel Wilkins in behalf of the Army Medical Corps. Speakers at the exercises, in addition to the Mayor and the Colonel, included the District Officer. I,



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%  PAGE TWO vjenistncridiar FRIDAY, APRIL 3. ~TOt. 3. 1942 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1>:3 S W. Uth Terrace Phone S-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TAL1ITD TOR AH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon _.. 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5 :30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m Saturday. 9 :00 a. m. Pro Patrta This week wo pause to greet Private Martin Rothschild, son of our dear members. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rothschild, who was called this week to Camp Livingston. La. We extend greetings to him and we pray for his safety and security. Passover Notes On Wednesday night the Passover Festival will come again to gladden our hearts and empower us with the hope that the future of our people will yet have a glorious Festival to commemorate the redemption which will come in a Passover to he. Sermon Schedule Rabbi Kellner will preach both mornings of Passover in English and in the afternoons in Yiddish. The topics will be as follows: Thursday morning. "The Old Slavery"': Friday morning. %  The New Freedom": Thursday. 5:30 p. m.. "The New Slavery": Friday. 5:30 p. m.. "The Old Freedom." Plea to Parents We respectfully urge all parents to send their children to synagogue services on the Festive Days and not to send them to school on these days. Rabbi Kellner will be glad to give notes to principals who will then excuse these abs< nc s, Service Schedule The fust evening of Passover the services will commence at 7 p m. and morning services daily commence at 9 a. m Mmcha services daily will follow the Rabbi's afternoon Droshe. Please Cooperate We urge all our people to ab stain from the purchasing of foodstuffs whicn are definitely not kosher for Pesach. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend most re congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Snyder whose maariage was solemnized by Rabbi Kellner last week. Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy recovery of Hyman Kesslcr who was severely injured in an automobile accident. Good Wishes We were sorry to hear that our dear friend. Mrs. Nathan Adelman has been sick in the hospital and pray for her complete recovery. HAPPY PASSOVER VANN CLEANERS <£ HAND LAUNDRY TIM Only Plant in Florida Desires for Those Who Demand The Best 510 JEFFERSON AVE. f %  2" 67—PHONES—5-2168 RAPID ADVANCEMENT For High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin No Ob'igation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3--W59 Miami, Florida PASSOVER GREETINGS CAPTAIN AL'S FISH MARKET ALWAYS FRESH FISH PROMPT DELIVERY 2321 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 4-9392 GREETINGS III X MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Building MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER BILL FOSSETT'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 168 S. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 2-7691 GREETINGS SCHAAF'S PRESERVING CO. JELLIES AND PRESERVES 1305 N. W. 22nd STREET PHONE 2-4634 Talmud Torah There will be Talmud Torah sessions on Monday afternoon next week in a special Choi Hamoed session and there will be new registration for the Spring sessions after Passover. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound regrets and grief the tragic and untimely death of little Herbert Kobirin and beg to extend to his grieving parents and lamenting grandparents the congregations deepest and most profound sympathy. Nichum Avelim We are most profoundly grieving over the passing of the late Mrs. Dora Weichselbaum and beg to extend to the bereaved family our deepest sympathies. In the Synagogue We are most grateful to Mr Markowitz a visitor from Farrel! Pa., who donated a beautiful P a i estinian Flag to the synagogue PASSOVER GREETINGS TUTTLE GARAGE 35 S. E. 4th St. Phone 3-2912 PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. EUGENE WEISS Podiatrist Chiropodist .. Mercantile National Bank Building 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Office Phone: 5-6940 Residence Phone: 5-5601 A Local Jewish Institution Meeting a Jewish Need GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 Orthodox and Reform Rituals Observed A Service to Meet Every Financial Circumstance! SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY PASSOVER ROBERT R. TAYLOR. JR. AND ASSOCIATES of tho COUNTY SOLICITOR'S OFFICE and also was kind enough to do nate the wine for the Kiddush Mr. Abraham Heiman donated the Shalos Sudos this week and on Shabbos Chal Hamoed the Shalos Sudos will be donated bv Mr. Jacob Saffer and Mr. Isaac Colman will say Sivrei Torah Rabbi Kellner will discuss the Laws of Sefirah Days evenings between Mincha and Maariv. Rabbi Abraham Gluck will officiate at the alter during the Passover Services and will lead the congregation in sacred pray. ers. A special prayer has been added to the Services for our country and government which will be recited each Festive Day in English and Hebrew. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— GREETINGS COURT HOUSE BILLIARD ROOM Best and Biggest in the South Billiard Room Supplies Morris Bain, President PHONE 2-7452 37-41 N. W. Miami Court PASSOVER GREETINGS y DULANEY'S MARKETS "If It's Delicious— It's Dulaney's" 1407 Washington Avenue 411 Forty-First Street MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY JEWISH FRIKNILS AND PATRONS $ BISCAYNE LAUNDRY 231 11th St. Ph. 5-2954 PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. J. HOLDEN BECKWITH AND DR. JACK BECKWITH EXODONISTS IXGRAHAM BUILDING MIAMI. FLORIDA UMMIti R t R O -I i AI (IIA Ml O < : D i t 1 MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Extends Greetings and Best Wishes for A Happy Passover Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to S 6 a J a enuine y sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, donservahTe and Reform Jewry. Strict sssr r* rery iew CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL ABEOSENBERG Resident Mana*r I



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FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1942 v.Jenisti ncricfSan PAGE THREE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HAHRY SCHWARTZ Y W. H. A. Passover Tea this Sunday Afternoon Mrs. S. B. Miller, chairman of the Y. W. H. A. Annual Passover Tea, and her committee, have everything in readiness for the enjoyment of all the guests and visitors who will attend this festival to be held at the "Y" on Sunday, April 5th, starting at 2:30 o"clock. The following is the program released by Mrs. S. B Miller: Vocal Selections, Miss Phyllis Shulman and Meyer Greenberg; Recitations, Mrs. Greenfield and Miss Lenore Newmark. Mrs. Harry Breskin will present a class of her dancers. The principal address will be given by Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. The "Y" In Defense At exercises held at the YMHA hundred fifty persons concluded last Thursday evening, over one their red cross course under the guidance of Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. For the past ten weeks, Mrs. Schaffer has been instructing many classes at the YMHA and the exercises were in the nature of a commencement. All the persons present were so thankful to Mrs. Schaffer for the splendid work she has done that she was the recipient not only of good wishes, but of many fine gifts from her students. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the "Y", spoke briefly and thanked the students for their assistance and offered the "Y" facilities to them at any time they wanted to come here. Bowling Banquet To the Athletic Committee consisting of Frank Rose, Al Reisman, Milton Friedman, George PASSOVER GREETINGS DAY & NITE CURB MARKET 47 N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-9379 Rachlin and Al Berkowitz, a round of applause for the splendid manner in which they handled the Semi-annual Bowling and Basketball Banquet which took place last Thursday evening, at Don Lanning's. In keeping with the spirit of the times, defense stamps were awarded to all the players who finished in the first, second and third places in the recently concluded Bowling League. The following are the final individual averages as compiled by Al Reisman, club statistician: M. Milstein 108; Al Berkowitz 104; Hal Berkowitz 104; S. Weinkle 103; S. Levin 102; Abe Berkowitz 102; G. Chertkof 100; R. Grossman 100; Al Reisman 100; H. Schwartz 99; Marvin Apte 98; A. Silver 98; Hurry Apte 98; M. Streit 98; L. Specter 98; L. Grossberg 97; S. Seitlin 97; J. Wilson 97; G. Rachlin 96; H. Waitsman 96; P. Silverman 96; F. Rose 96; J. Apte 95; M. Cromer 95; Abe Winer 94; J. Bcrmann 94; L. Margolis 94; S. Kaplan 93; B. Schweitzer 92; M. Fricaman 92; H. Moss 91; W. Markauf 89; B. Goodman 89; T. Bramson 89; M. Schwartz 87; C. Hammond 84; and Al Rosenfeld 103; M. Mirelson 100; M. Budner 75. The following are the subPASSOVER GREETINGS Miami Conservatory 1737 N. Bayshore Drive PHONE 2-5835 PASSOVER GREETINGS SMITTY'S DAY AND NIGHT GARAGE Ph. 26912 225 N. W. 1st Ct. PASSOVER GREETINGS MRS. M. F. SMITH NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU Phone 3-1203 — Inoraham BldQ. Phone 5-0921 — Mercantile Natl. Bank Bldg.. 420 Lincoln Rd. PASSOVER GREETINGS NATIONAL FIRE & MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY E. C. THRALL FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. CORAL GABLES PH. 48-1708 PASSOVER GREETINGS KISER DRILLING CO. Contractors for Water Wells Soundings SPRINKLING SYSTEMS Distributors of Deming and Westco Pumps 288 N. W. 30th Street Phone 2-5620 Miami, Florida WE WISH TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS THE HAND OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP THROUGH THE HOLY DAYS OF PASSOVER HAMMOND FISH COMPANY 26 S. W. S. RIVER DRIVE PHONE 3-13*6 PASSOVER GREETINGS JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY stitute?' averages: J. Kronenfeld 96; S. Newfeld 93; W. Segal 92; H. Kamins 91; L. Laschower 88; M. Blumberg 87; B. Boris 85; and D Rosenthal 83. Al Rosenfeld, for many many years one of the most active members of the YMHA board of directors, was presented with a little prize for making the most advanced strides in the past Bowling League. Al is resigning from the board due to leaving for Columbus, Ga., where he will make his home. We are all sorry to see you go, Al, and may you and your family prosper whereever you may be and enjoy the best of health. Lefty Schemer was given a special tribute for having won the City Basketball Championship of the YMHA in his first year as manager. Lefty left last week for Jacksonville where he will play with one of the New York Giants clubs. Bazaar News This year's YMHA Bazaar and Dance Festival will be held at the Y. M. H. A. grounds starting Saturday night and all day Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd. Tickets are now on sale. We urge each and every one of you to coPASSOVER GREETINGS SURFSIDE BARBECUE 7305 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-1013 PASSOVER GREETINGS SAVORY BAKE SHOP Real Home Made Baked Goods 1684 Alton Road Ph. 5-4941 MIAMI BEACH operate with us to your utmost by purchasing these tickets and also attending and assuring yourself of one grand time. There will be pony rides for the kiddies all day Sunday and many many other features too numerous to> mention at this time. Al Berkowitz who is chairman of the Ticket committee will most likely be around to see you with his committee soon. Be glad to help, in defense and youth building The work the "Y" is doing today more than merits your support. Next week further details. News 'Round Town Henry Hohauser, well-known architect on Miami Beach, has been made a Captain in the Army and may be stationed at the Miami Beach Air Training Offices. The regular bi-weekly Service Men's Dance will be held at the Y. M. H. A. on Saturday evening, April 4th. 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*> PAGE FOUR +Jewish ncridian FRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1942 PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 at NISSAN 16, 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 14 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 PASSOVER Jews celebrating the Sedar are accustomed, as part of the ritual, to eat some bitter herbs to recall the bitterness of their bondage in Egypt. This year, there will be scarcely any need for hundreds of thousands to call in the aid of this symbol to vivify the bitterness of bondage. News dispatches this very week, for example, tell of thousands of Polish Jews being brought up to the Russian front to build the trenches for the Nazi soldiers. Scores of thousands of other Jews are enslaved in labor camps throughout Europe and Asia and scores of other thousands languish in the concentration camps. We can well imagine that under the Nazi whip the Passover festival must be decidedly cheering. Doubtless many thousands of them, though they have no Matzos nor any Passover delicacies, will yet repeat the words of the Hagadah. It will remind them that once upon a time, a small minority in a great and rich country which oppressed them, they yet succeeded in emancipating themselves. They will attain a new grandeur as they see themselves identified with these men who followed Moses. They will see themselves with historic significance. History will compose Haggadahs to them for they are the martyrs through whom all of us and the posterity to follow must finally arrive at the Promised Land of justice and righteousness for all. Never before did the highest treasures of man seem to hang so much in the balance as it does this Passover, when the forces of evil seem bent on making a final gamble in breaking down everything that thousands of years of history have built. THE FRANKS Several months back the Saturday Evening Post ran an article by Judge Jerome Frank, whose main purport appeared to be a plea for understanding of the Jew. This was based on feeling that the Jew is much like everybody else and if people would only let him alone he would, in the course of time, be completely assimilated if not lost within the general American scene. The article was displeasing to many of the Zionist school, in particular. This past week, the Saturday Evening Post ran another article on the Jews and this time it was also by a Frank. But this time this was the well-known literateur, Waldo Frank. His article maintains just the opposite of what Jerome Frank says. Waldo Frank's article is called "Jews are Different." On the face of it, one might say that Waldo Frank proves much of what Jerome Frank argued for. For the very facts that here two Jews so sharply deny one another shows that the so-called unity of Jewry is an illusion and if there is no unity on even fundamentals, how can they be said to be unigue or different? But perhaps it would be wrong to dismiss it on such a broad ground. Waldo Frank insists that Jews are different and this difference, says he, consists in a great Jewish tradition of democracy, dating from Biblical days. It was in line with this democratic tradition, says Frank, that Christianity, originally of Jewish sources, became a democratized influence in the world. Jews, concludes Waldo Frank, make a mistake when they think they become better Americans by denying this tradition, and furthermore, "the man who thinks to benefit our country in its hour of need by wiping out the loyal differences between us ignores the meaning of democracy and whether he knows it or not, is tainted by the false doctrine of our foes." There is, no doubt, considerable truth in this last statement by Waldo Frank, but didn't Thomas Jefferson say it better? In a letter to a Jew of his day, Thomas Jefferson wrote that in matters of religion, the old political adage, "united we stand, divided we fall," should be reversed to read "united we fall, divided we stand." If we analyze that, we perceive that Jefferson was truly voicing the democratic, the American ideal. Jewish Welfare Board The occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Jewish Welfare Board, of which the local Y. M. H. A. is an affiliate, calls for the warmest and most cordial congratulations. For the past guarter of a century the Welfare Board has rendered valuable and effective service to the American Jewish Community serving men of Jewish faith in the armed forces of the country, and maintaining effective leadership of Jewish Community Centers. Today, the Jewish Welfare Board has met the challenge of great war-time responsibilities and is living up to its own proud tradition. As a member of the USO it is contributing in a great service to the nation and to the armed forces. It is to be expected that the Board will maintain its tradition of distinguished service and that it will continue to meet the increasing responsibilities of the present emergency with the same high resolve that has marked its work for the past guarter of a century. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREtfMidiif, GxmpdejnJtlai TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 8996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COI-MAN A. ZWITMAN S400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 First Day Passover Service Thursday morning, April 2nd 11 a. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject, "Deliverance from Oppression." Intermediary Sabbath of Passover Services Friday evening, April 3rd, 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject, "This Night— and Other Nights." Saturday morning, April 4th, 1942, 11 a. m. Tuesday evening, April 7th, 8:15 p. m. Subject of the sermon, "This Year Slaves—Next Year Free Men." Passover Memorial Service Wednesday morning, April 8th at 11 a. m. The Yiskor Service shall be held on this concluding day of the Festival. Sisterhood to Hold Annual Election of Officers Following a most successful year in the annals of Sisterhood work, the important affiliate women's organization of our Temple, is going to hold election of officers at the meeting on Monday, April 6th, at 2 p. m. The Sisterhood sponsors one of the most important projects in our Temple's work, namely, the Religious School, and all woHodes : Marcia Sable, mother of tary; Mrs. Frank Coret. treasurer; and Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Joseph Hollender, father of Dr. A. R. Hollender. Yahrzeits: Araham Schwartzberg, father of Mrs. Harry Medoff; Simon Goldstein, brother of Mrs. Ray Mendelson; Johanna Bessie Miller, mother of David P. Miller and Harry A. Miller; Rose Hodes, mother of Stanley the Congregation are join the Sisterhood if not as yet done so men in urged to they have hitherto. The slate of officers to be submitted to the body, by the nominating committee, consists of: Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, 1st vice president; Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Harry V. Simons, recording secretary; Mrs. Frank A. Perlman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Mendelson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secreMrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. Sam Sable; Jacob Rubin, father of Harry Rubin; Hirsch Sadowsky, husband of Mrs. Golia Sadowsky! father of Dr. Bernard Sadowsky; Nathan Eisenmann, brother of Mrs. Wertheimer; Harry Greenfield, brother of Charles Greenfield; Augusta Wronker, mother of Herman Wronker. Gift presented to the Temple in memory of Dr. Hirsch Sadowsky. Contribution sent the Temple by Mrs. Ben Rich in memory of her departed husband. By PHTNEAS J. BERON ABOUT PEOPLE The reason why Senator Guy M. Gillette of Iowa did not discuss the Struma tragedy on the Senate floor, as he had intended, is, as we understand it, that the State Department exercised pressure on him, fearing that such discussion might provoke anti-British feeling in this country Madagascar, which Hitler is said to be envisaging as a huge concentration camp for the world's Jews, promises to provide hot news ere long At least, the arrival of hundreds of German "tourists" is being reported Are we going to be too late again? Daniel Arnstein, the Burma Road expert, has evolved a plan for using New York's taxis for the transportation of troops in an emergency .. He claims that if his plan is adopted thousands of taxis would be available at practically a moment's notice The rabbis who signed that statement denouncing the Jewish Army idea and calling upon the Jews of Palestine to enlist in the regular British fighting forces, are the same die-hards—except, of course, for a few younger additions to their ranks—who opposed the U. S. Congress Resolution endorsing the Balfour Declaration over a score of years ago Incidentally, the British colonial masterminds in Palestine would not accept 30,000 Jews in the British fighting forces over there, but would insist on putting them in labor battalions TRANSATLANTIC From England comes the news that a refugee from Nazism to whom the British gave a new home has repaid this hospitality a thousandfold ... An engineer, he has discovered a special process for reclaiming steel from slag, and is now helping his adopted country get hundreds of tons of extra steel each month From Holland, via Leonard Lyons, we get the story of a recent address Anton Mussert, the Dutch Nazi, delivered in a large hall in Amsterdam Arrangements had been made to broadcast fifteen minutes of the pro-Hitler harangue throughout the Netherlands ... So the Hollanders flocked to the hall— thousands of them, filling it to overflowing And as the delighted Mussert began his speech they jumped to their feet and started shouting "Heil Mussert" at the top of their lungs—and continued the shouting till the broadcast period was over without a single word of Mussert's propaganda speech having been sent over the ether ... ., ._,_ ZIONIST NEWS A stir and consternation was created some time ago when a former president of the Zionist Organization of America proposed, in all seriousness, that the United Palestine campaign be omitted this year and the funds it would raise be collected for defense work here The gentleman in guestion, who spends part of each year in Florida, received a sizzling reply, which he will remember for a long time, from Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver By the time you read this Dr. and Mrs. Chaim Weizmann will be established in a New York hotel, as you may or may not read in your daily paper, clipper arrivals being a military secret till a day after landing here.' One of the most impressive and interesting Jewish affairs this season will be the reception to be given Dr. Silver on his return from England The Cleveland Rabbi will have some sensational announcements to make as a result of the conference he has had with British leaders in London William Ziff, one-time adjutant of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky, and author of "The Rape of Palestine"—and who incidentally, is the most important publisher of aviation magazines in this country—has already made several flying trips to England for consultation with aviation authorities, being regarded as an expert in that field ... An amazing conversion— and it looks like a genuine one—is that of Boake Carter, the news columnist, who until not so long ago was earmarked as not particularly philo-Semitic Carter is devoting an almost disproportionate part of his writing these days boosting the Jewish army idea and pleading for understanding of the Jewish problem in the Near East LITERARY DEPARTMENT *WMJ Bri, in is la boring under no delusions concerning the possibility of a Nazi invasion this year is evdenced by the publication of an official handbook there telling the populace how to C ?H y ?" 9 uerilla warfare in case the need arises ... The author ot the book is one "Yank" Levy, a native of Canada, who is now an instructor in the British Home Guards Australia's war regulations against sending money out of the country are helping the American soldiers there have a good time ... All because Hose Franken's "Claudia", which recently closed a long run on Broadway, is being played quite successfully down unaer, and Miss Franken's royalties, which cannot be sent to her nere, are being turned over to a special fund from which American privates benefit Congratulations to New York's Yeshiva college on the publication of its new album of Portraits of Famous Physicists, with biographical accounts by Henry Crew me album constitutes the fourth in the Scripta Mathematica series of Pictorial Mathematics, which provides as painless a W n a Jr?K We n W f t0 get an idea of to h *t<*y ot mathematical SSfP h J Blcal scienc e • • %  Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg. who fathered rSVST & r0)ect des erves especial credit for the appearance murh rl, T S %  • \ EmU Ludwia ,h e biographer, feels very SmfLoJ 7%£ ."v W that Moscow has officially corrected the 2 U V S '" about his name When Kurt Ludwig was found he7e y r P ?^i N< 5? Spy and fenced to a 20-year prison term t'S 7, .?? w P 0 ** !" featured toe story, but changed ML *T. 2*i • • PoB *toly some Moscow scribe got the mftLrJi, mber ? na toat EmU Ludwig. the famous anti-Nazi Genernl \tSl "9 ma I name was Cohen, is a first cousin of General Much, the guiding spirit of the Nazi air force (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)



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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 +• Jewish fkrirffrtn PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath and Pesach Service At the Friday night Passover service at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the subject. -When the Devil is King." PASSOVER GREETINGS GENERAL SHEET METAL 1943 N. W. 1st Court PHONE 2-3915 Cantor Lengyel and choir will officiate. The closing Passover Service schedule is as follows: Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7 p. m. On Wednesday morning at 10:30, April 8th Dr. Bension will speak on "When a Jew Sings and Why." On Thursday morning at 10:30 Dr. Bension will preach on "Shall These Dead Live Again" a Yizkor Memorial Sermon. Book of Life A very beautiful and elaborately decorated Book of Life has been recently purchased by the congregation in which all the names memorialized in the Tablet and also all other names of departed ones for whose memorial their families may make arrangements will be engraved. These are the names which will be remembered with the memorial prayers on Yizkor. We urge upon our members who wish to engrave the names of their departed ones to get in contact with our Rabbi at once, this week. Sisterhood Choi Hamoed Party The Sisterhood is arranging a PASSOVER GREETINGS ^ DR. C. E. BARNES OPTOMETRIST Congress Building PHONE 2-5254 Passover chol hamoed party this Sunday evening, April 5th at 8 p. m. Cards, bingo and mah jongg will be featured. Passover holiday refreshments will be served by the hostesses. Admission will be a very modest fee, only fifty cents. The patio, social room, the Succah and the garden will be made available. All men and women are invited. Mrs. Fae Simms is in charge of the tickets. Passover Community Sedarim The Passover Community Sedarim were attended by upwards of a hundred invited guests and members of the Aviation Cadet Officers Training School and were impressive and enjoyable affairs. Dr. Samuel Bension officiated and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel led in the traditional chants. Harold Herman and Samuel Frankenstein alternated in the "Questions." Passover Gifts A beautifully ornated Charity Box was donated by David Miller, silverware for the Pesach sedarim by Samuel E. Bernstein. A card party for the benefit of the Center Passover Fund was arranged by Mesdames Feldesh and Olshen. Installation of Officers The installation of center ofBEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROLFE ARMORED TRUCK SERVICE. Inc. "TRANSPORT YOUR PAYROLL WITH SAFETY" 301 N. 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Spring Music Festival The last musical event of the season will be the Spring Festival and Musicale under the direction of Cantor Josef S. Lengyel on Sunday evening, April 12th at 8 p. m. at the Center Auditorium. Cantor Lengyel, Mme. Lengyel, Evelyn Raff, Selma Einbeinder and Edith Freeman will participate. PASSOVER GREETINGS E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg. Phone 2-2843 Sincere Passover Greetings W. A. KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO. Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-4647 PASSOVER GREETINGS t|l RELIABLE MOTORS, INC. 1514 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-7469 HAPPY PASSOVER Florida Red Cross Shoe. Inc. 445 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Robert Jacobson, Prop. PASSOVER GREETINGS yj JAMES DRUG SHOP 167 S. E. 1st Street Phone 2-1779 • To Our Many Friends and Acquaintances— WE EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS ii! CONCRETE PLACING CO. ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE' 2226 N. W. Miami Court PHONE 3-4920 PASSOVER GREETINGS FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, Inc. 100 N. E. 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J*. % %  %  PAGE SIX • 'JewishFkriJinr) FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 REFLECTIONS ON PISSIIEI (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) tations is implied the thought that even the most lowly is created equal to the most wealthy, all brothers in the service of God. By exercising, at least once a year, the freedom to partake of a meal in the manner of the most patrician, and by insisting on this right for all, the Jews have symbolized the equality of all mankind. All the ceremonies connected with the first Passover, celebrated in Egypt, were designed to instruct the people, much as the entire episode today is used to PASSOVER GREETINGS ty LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-2103 MIAMI BEACH. FLA. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER PENN W A Y PHARMACY 1443 Pennsylvania Avenue MIAMI BEACH instruct the young in the trials and redemption of Israel. But the modern Seder is very different from the original Passover feast. The Passover sacrifice is no longer offered for no sacrifices can be offered outside the Temple in Jerusalem. Passover has now come to be a large family party, celebrated in the home. The name of Passover is retained to commemorate God's passing over the Jewish homes when all the first-born in Egypt were slain. On the Passover table today we find the shank-bone of a lamb, and a roasted egg, as reminders of the original sacrificial lamb. There are also three cakes of unleavened bread used in the Seder ceremony, to recall the hardships of the Egyptian Jews and their hasty departure which made it necessary for them to take sun-baked dough instead of ordinary bread for sustenance on their journey. There are also the bitter herbs and the "hareset" or sauce in which these herbs are dipped. The unleavened bread is probably the most widely known of Passover customs. In the few PASSOVER GREETINGS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY WM. J. 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"-.% %  FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOPF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21at Terrace Holiday Services The' closing days of Pesach are Wednesday and Thursday, April 8th and 9th. Services will be held at 7:15 evenings and 9 a. m. mornings. "At Sea" will be the theme of Rabbi Mcscheloff's sermon, Wednesday morning. Thursday morning he will speak before the Yizkor services on the subject: •'Onward to Freedom." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the traditional prayers. Congregational Meeting Our congregation will hold a regular meeting Monday night at 8 p. m. in our synagogue building. A financial report will be tendered, reports on the various HAPPY PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Friendi EMPIRE EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 76J N. E. 1st STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS BR ANNING INSURANCE AGENCY. INC. News Tower Phone 3-5781 k ni*.irkriJ*tn PAGE SEVEN activities of our congregation during the past year will be offered, and many important congregational matters will be deliberated upon. Every member is urged to be present. Sisterhood Meeting. The regular monthly meeting of our Sisterhood will take place this Monday night in our Community Building. Reports on activities will be presented by our committee chairmen. A new synagogue project will be presented for discussion. An entertaining cultural program is being prepared. All members and friends are cordially invited to attend. Religious School Our annual model seder was held Tuesday afternoon in our Community Building. Children of all grades of our daily and Sunday School classes participated. A new feature was the presentation of a skit: "Setting the Seder Table." Costumes and refreshments were supplied by our Parent-Teachers' Organization. Classes will be held regularly Sunday and Monday. Letters of excuse for absence from public school classes may be obtained at our office. These letters are accepted by our school authorities and children are excused for absence from classes on account of Passover. Our High School Field class which has been studying the operation and functions of the various Jewish agencies of our area will continue its field work after Passover, devoting this Sunday's meeting to discussion of notes. Young Judeans Our Young Judean chapter unTO JEWRY EVERYWHERE A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER J. E. ZEVIN PASSOVER GREETINGS STROTHER PAINT CO. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT 1006 FIFTH STREET PHONE 5-4463 MIAMI BEACH IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP AND GOOD WILL TO ALL A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PERCY RICHARDSON "STEAM SPECIALTIES'* 144 Palmetto Drive MIAMI SPRINGS Phone 8-2265 PASSOVER GREETINGS REED CONSTRUCTION CORP. Engineers and Contractors MIAMI BEACH. 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J> PAGE EIGHT FROM THE SWIVEL CH Al R William t^L L T! Boxerman > % -jy^i^ 1 What. No Horns? The worst anti-Semites was building a new nouse next door. She didn't know he was Jewish—and he didnt tell her when she started to comment on how terrible it was to have all these Jews building houses nearby There ought to be a law against allowing them." She wanted to sell her house, she said, because the new one was going to be occupied by Jews. The carpenter told his employer. Mrs. Goldberg (which isn't her real name.) Mrs. Goldberg. 1 when she moved into her new house next door to Mrs. Soandso. didn't have to bother with her anti-Semitic neighbor: she could have ignored her But. you know how it is when you buy a house and you have neighbors ... So. Mrs. Goldberg decided on a plan of attack. The first day she was settled. she sent her little daughter next door with instructions to be esare I pecially careful of her manners those who. strangely enough, and very sweet, to introduce herhave encountered Jews the least self and talk to Mrs. Soandso Rare is the anti-Semite who can say: "I grew up among Jews." for the non-Jew who comes into close proximity with Jewish families discovers that in most cases their home life is fine, that they have a high degree of about little things that go to make pleasant conversation between little girls and young marride women The little girl and Mrs. Sonandso became fast friends. A few davs later. Mrs. Goldfamily devotion, their habits are berg dropped in next door, introtemperate. they enjoy music, art duced herself as the little girl's and education, and instead of bemother, and pointed out that they ing grasping, they are philanthro-' were going to be neighbors and pic In short, the non-Jew that she would like Mrs. Soandso who grows up among Jews is to call on her anytime she needed rarely an anti-Semite ... He often any help or anything, becomes a staunch defender of It wasn't long before the GoldJews against lies that he recogberg's and Soandsos were having nizes to be the fabrication of undinner together ... A non-Jewish informed or selfish minds. friend of Mrs. Goldberg, living So. it is with pleasure that we across the street, soon after told record a little Miami story, a Mrs. Goldberg, she had been true tale of how one non-Jewish speaking to Mrs. Soandso and family here discovered that Jews ; Mrs. Soandso had confessed she have no horns. I was mistaken about Jews You know how women who Jews were all right, stay home are: They have noth; Mr. Goldberg and Mr. Soandso ing to do sometimes, so they get go fishing almost every Sunday, to talking with the first person together they can Thus, one fine day. Shades of Dale Carnegie! Each Mrs. Soandso developed a conof us can do our bit of anti-deversation with the carpenter who tarnation work—each of us can KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 2-3508 Rattan Furniture lor Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO., INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing l>Al>fi FEDERAL W OF MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over S6,500,000 I. M. LIPTON. President For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To S5.000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation do our bit towards establishing real understanding and national unity by showing our non-Jewish neighbors that really and truly. Jews have no horns. Success Letters from Miami Beach Hotel owners indicate that they're finding our original cartoon film fills a long-felt need in internal education Those who attended the recent conference and svmposium of the Florida ADL office at the Alcazar Hotel, saw the film just after it had been completed. •Our guests were pleased," writes one beachfront hotel manager to the Miami ADL office, "and in a subtle manner the picture was able to instruct many of them to help maintain Miami Beach as a high class vacation resort. Many thanks." Another letter termed the picture 'splendid" and reported that it was enjoyed thoroughly by everyone present. Indications are that the film is accomplishing its purpose, a! though physical limitations prevent us from showing it in as many places as we would like The ideal thing would be to show it in every major hotel on the beach at least once every two weeks, so as to catch all visitors At that, during February. the first month after the completion of the film, several thousand visitors viewed it. FRIDAY, APRIL 3. Ifu, HAPPY PASSOVER T APARTMENTS 1S25 EUCLID Ave. MIAMI BEACH R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRANCQuality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH &27 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry LEGAL NOTICES PMift TI £ E ,S HEREBY GIVEN that fillip Romer and Samuel Sussman are engaged in business under the r.eiitious name i.f HOMER'S (-'mm CENTER-MEAT DEPARTMENT at -.4. 41st Mr,-,-:. Miami li.-ii.-li. ] % %  and intt-n.l •.,. v.^i-tur said fictitious • of the Clerk o" thS Circuit Court of Dade County, i-\ PHILIP ROMER SAMUEL SUSSMAN GEORGE CHERTKOF 1 WMn ;/Ys.?oV< W T !" 9 T K. E i 8 HEREBY GIVEN that •S8k wwi T"\Y FRIEND GEORGE CHERTKOF 0w,,er x. X TIL'E IS HEREBY OIVFvTT.^ nentti MRS. S. 8TRE1FF 3-20-27 4,3-10-17 SoU Wner PASSOVER GREETINGS HENRY R. CHASE FIRE CHIEF and ASSOCIATES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S Air Conditioning Installed in your store or office attracts customers, increases sales and personnel efficiency. Necessary overhead increase offset by sales advantages. Installed in your home improves health, gives added comfort. ALL SIZES AND CAPACITIES PROMPTLY AVAILABLE CALL 7-4531 FOR PARTICLARS GIBBS OIL [0. 4201 N. W. 2nd AVENUE I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Viiit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street I'LL TUNE OUT THE ALKASELTZER fANNOUNCEMENT' Ooufc-THATS THE MOST] IMPORTANT THING YOUtl HEAR TONIGHT) -S\ Al TLLIONS suffer lev from W^a^K* Add Indigestion, Distress m of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they have beard—and believed—Alka-Seltzer radio announcements. To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the broadcasts. The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and to us. are the commercial announcement*. One* you have tried Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us. But try Alka-Seltzer because It is an unusually effective medicine not because you enjoy the radio programs. WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete solntion, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it The painrelieving action is made more effective by eJfceJfcM buffers The alkal i zin g elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach acidity. Get Alka-Seltzer the next time yon pass a drug store. Luge package •* Small package 304 Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at your Drug Store Soda Fountain. Alka-Seltzer ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand HI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call PEARL BROS. "25 N. W. 7th AVE^ Di8tribUt0r PHONE 2-6141



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--*-, tori FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 E FOR FIRST TIME Calling for speedy and victorious prosecution of the war, and elimination of waste, Barney J. Cohen of Orlando has tossed his hat into the campaign for congressman-at-large from Florida, the fourth candidate to enter the lists. Cohen qualified last Friday, "at the insistence of many of my friends over the state," and announced a six-point platform on which he would conduct vJewistftcrklgan BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER $ Deigaard & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Giralda Avenue PHONE 4-4014 CORAL GABLES his race. He listed the other four points as: Preservation of American Constitutional Governmentoutlawing of strikes and lockouts! by legislation, in war industriestransportation and communications for the duration of the warmobilization of all resources for the war effort, and extermination of all fifth column activities. The Orlandoan, who has been auditor in the Central and East Coast area for the state comptroller for the past six years, is seeking his first state-wide political office. He is, however, well known for his activities in state young democratic circles, in which organization he was a director of the Orange county group from the time of its organization some ten years ago until 1940. It was Cohen's resolution, offered from the floor of the 1940 Young Democratic Convention in St. Petersburg, that brought naPAGE NINE tional recognition to the organization. He proposed that the age limit for voting in the United States be lowered from 21 to 19, charging that if boys of 19 are old COMPLIMENTS OF B & B PARKING LOT OPPOSITE POST OFFICE 13th Street and Washington Avt. MIAMI BEACH Sol Brier, Manager PASSOVER GREETINGS VIM, VIGOR V VITALITY MERCHANTS EGG COMPANY 1200 N. W. 22nd Street BARNEY J. COHEN enough to bear arms in defense of this country, they are old enough to have a voice in its government. Cohen has been particularly active in welfare work in Orange county and is at present chairman of the Orange Welfare Board. He was a director of the advisory board of Orange County Health and Welfare Association TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER *. RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON and Associates BISCAYNE FRONTON TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER AMERICAN BREWING CO. DRINK REGAL BEER Prince of Golden Beers PASSOVER GREETINGS A. W. Clarke Hat Co. 926 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 28010 from 1937 to 1942, a member of the Orange County Juvenile Council, a member of District Board No. 12, State Board of Social Welfare and was an active leader in the recent United States Organization drive. Cohen is also a director of the Florida Congress of Democracy, and a member of the speakers bureau of the Townsend Clubs of Florida. He served as a member of the speakers bureau of the National Democratic Committee in the 1936 and 1940 campaigns. Cohen moved to Orlando in 1929 from Bradenton where he had operated a large real estate agency. In 1933 he was in charge of real estate handled by M. A. Smith, general liquidator of state banks. In 1939 he joined the staff of Col. Jim Lee as an auditor, and was in that field until his recent resignation to enter the campaign. He married Dorothy Collman of Sarasota in 1927. They have three children, Morty 12, AllenLee 8, and Jules 4. BISHOP OFFERS USE OF HIS CHURCH FOR JEWISH RITES PASSOVER GREETINGS MR. and MRS. LEO AXLROD AND FAMILY During an Inter-Faith service consecrating a recreation ground and air raid shelters, the Bishop of London expressed to the Jewish representatives his sorrow at the destruction of the London Great Synagogue by enemy action. He offered the use of a church for synagogue services. The Rev. Mayerowitsch thanked the bishop warmly and informed him that adequate accomodatlon had already been found elsewhere. PASSOVER GREETINGS i' WILSON ROOFING CO. 1690 Alton Road Ph. 5 3063 PA8SOVER GREETINGS JOHN CARPINELLI TAILOR 34 S. Miami Avt. Ph. 3-1347 MIAMI. FLORIDA PHONE 3-2191 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS We have doubled our space by leasing the building next door. Our kitchen facilities are enlarged, enabling ui to offer you many more tempting, tasty dishes that are really DIFFERENT •.. Finest Wines and Beers. AN EVEN GREATER SELECTION OF FINE FOODS THAT MADE US AN EPICURE'S RENDEZVOUS W Champagnes %  & Dairy Products ft Caviars ft Imported Cheeses ft Hot Pastrami ft Corned Beef PASSOVER GREETINGS BISCAYNE Chemical Laboratories 2307 N. E. 2nd Avt. Ph. 2-6191 PASSOVER GREETINGS IUDGE W. F. BLANTON GREETINGS GEO. E. BUNNELL. Inc. CONTRACTORS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7 74M 2876 PASSOVER GREETINGS BAUMGARDNER U-DRIVE IT It 8. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-1901 PASSOVER GREETINGS HENDERSON HEALTH STUDIO 627 8. W. 12th Ave. Phont 3-22 We Cater to Fi hing. Church and Bridge Parties We Deliver Phone Us For Late Snacks Delicatessen and Sandwich Shop 2328 ^NCE DE LEON BOULEVARD PHONE 48-1114 PASSOVER GREETINGS BERNI HOTEL 204 BISCAYNE BLVD. PHONE 2-7461 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER IT IH A 1'LEASl'RE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP TO ALL. $ J. F. "FRITZ" IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND A HAPPY PASSOVER TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE I G. A. WORLEY • MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY SOUTHERN TWIN-PUCK BREAD and BETTER-MADE CAKE SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH



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J> PAGE TEN pJe*U0> tltridian FRIDAY, APR IL 3. 19 42 ORGANIZATIONS Al Gardner returned to Atlanta after spending the week-end in Miami • .• • Sidney H. Palmer left Saturday night for a business trip to .ngton. D. C. • • • Mr;. Bernard Greenstein left Wi for Augusta. Ga.. where she will visit her husband who is now stationed at Camp Gordon. • • • Mrs Charles Rappaport and daughter, Bosalyn. of New York City, are visiting her brother and a-] Mi and Mrs Nat Blum berg. • • • Bernard H. Frank, son of Mr. PLAZA THEATRE S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH • • • Coming Soon TWO DAYS ONLY TUes. and Wed.. April 7 8 ?ALL TALKING JEWISH • MUSICAL r < THE CANTOR'S i SON" starring MOISHA OYSHER f fin his greatest role) With Complete English Titles Plan Now To See This Star-Srudded Musical! and Mrs. M. B. Frank of Miami l Beach, was inducted into the U. S. Army March 16th at Camp 1 Blanding. Fla. • • • Mrs. Theodore Cohen of New j York arrived Wednesday to spend three weeks with her ; mother. Mrs. Frances Stark, of : Coral Ga: : • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman of eth. N. J. are spending holidays with their %  r Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. • • • Herbert A. Rosenberg, enginit the Panama Canal, will rive by strat liner Sun I Apri 5th to join his wh hei ': land Mrs. Louis Kraft • • • Mrs. Ida Rosenbloom, widow. Rabbi Da-.. R nbloom. v Montgomery, Ala..' • r the Passover holidays to i visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. B. '.: at their home. 500 # MichiAve., Miami Beach. • • • Mrs Rose M in n will have r guesl for the Passover Mr. and Mrs. Green: ; C I t Phile, Ruth Br tf Detroit, ai vice I PASSOVER GREETINGS DRAKE HOTEL •460 Ocean Dr.ve Miami Beach Miss Margery Starke was rected dean of Alpha Epsilon'Phi sorority at the University of Miami. American Cadets now studying at the University of Miami be entertained by the Hotel .., for the Passover Seder sers .\ V ry '-able has been in the main dining room for them. Those invited .,. cadets M. A. Weber P. A F. Krause. H. Seltzer. S I %  :. A. D. ShickM Kamm and M. Greenfield. • • • Mrs R : %  I Vixn an of New rganization : man of the Women's Divis::can Jewish Cor. Bt the First Annual Victory Donor Luncheon which was held at the Grossingcr Hot : M : I : % %  he M inization. This so the anni i ary •.he third birthday of the chapter. Ot'r :n l ^ e program were Mrs. Sol Rosenbloom of New York City, honorary president: Mrs M Kxieger, president of the Miami chapt. r. welcoming address; Mrs. ;.: s %  % %  scheloff, invocation: Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. closing prayer. Mrs. Louis Glasser. ership chairman, gave a I rii :' talk on membership. Other interesting features on the program were a group of melodies sung by Evelyn Raff, prominent singer, and a patriotic tableaux presented by Miss Charlotte Frank and Miss Phyllis Glasser under the direction of Dorothy Lightman. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, chairman of the donor project which was culminated at this luncheon, served as toastmaster. DEATHS Mrs Rebecca Blumberg passed away Thursday. March 19th after a long illness. She was a native of Russia, but had lived in Saivannah for the past 50 years. Surviving her are her husband. Louis: three daughters. Mrs. S Rappaport of New York, Mrs. Murray Bracki-T and Mrs. Esther Ryan of Savannah: four sons. Natr. :;ami: Ben and MornSavannah, and Meyer I L s Ang( les. Funeral services were held Friday. March 20th at 11 o'clock. Rabbi Irving Gordon officiated. PASSOVER GREETINGS EDITH & FRITZ 3236 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 29496 PASSOVER GREETINGS Bay State Paint and Wallpaper Co. 2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3 0621 To All A Most Happy Pas.over Williams Chemical Co. Chemicali and Janitor, Suooliel 555 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2.6m PASSOVER GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Fnendi and Patrons LARRY MARKS S, CO. 37 N. E. 1st Aven.t PASSOVER GREETINGS ANN'S COFFEE SHOP 1657 Meridian Avenue PHONE 58-9390 —Buv Victory' Bond? Today— This Picture absolutely will .Not Be Shown in Any Oth•er Greater Miami Theatre. PASSOVER GREETINGS DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 2-9335 PASSOVER GREETINGS Norlea Apartments CORNER BEDROOM APTS. PHONE 2-9564 1228 • 1236 S. W. 7th Street GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS Green Keyes Vanderpool Agency, Inc. General Insurance and Surety Bonds Biscayne Bldg. Miami's Largest General Insurance Agency PASSOVER GREETINGS Mac's Auto Service 423 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-2593 WE TAKE PLEASURE IN EXTENDING BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY 501 Washington Ave. Phone 5-3922 PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTH BAY BOAT CO. 471 N. E. 79th St. Ph. 7-9598 PASSOVER GREETINGS PARKEDGE APARTMENTS 1436 Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-3915 WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO OUR MANY PATRONS KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE NOW CALL 7-1667 McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC. 169 N. E. 62nd Street PASSOVER GREETINGS RED ROAD LIQUOR STORE 2036 S. W. Red Road Ph. 4-9474 OPENING FRIDAY NITE APRIL 3,7:30 P. M. ( THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH 12 2 0 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT THE CAUSEWAY CIRCLE ADMISSION—35c—PLUS 4c TAX INCLUDES SKATES. FREE INSTRUCTION FREE PARKING • ORGAN MUSIC TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS STANLEY MILLEDGE May We Extend Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER AIR BASE CHATEAU Lejeune Road Opa Locka BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR MANY FRIENDS MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. INC. 603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS LITTLE RIVER CYCLE SHOP 7833 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-9373 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE It is a Pleasure to Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS ISADORE WEINER AND ASSOCIATES Formerly of Hygrade Food Products Corp. SEASON'S GREETINCS $ SEARS ROEBUCK &CO. $ BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS M. L. BAKER Frieden Calculating Sales Agency and Adding Machines 120 N. E. 1st Street MiamL Florida It Is a Pleasure to Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To All My Friends and Acquaintances VAN E. BLANTON TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" STORK: 263 W. FLAGLER STREET 753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE ,„, 1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS PASSOVER GREETINGS



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i n-t m j i • T il l", FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 KING'S. g ^^? KOMMENTS isJil The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian This Passover season varied thoughts do bring To all and sundry and especially King For much this holiday does stand The fight for freedom in the land Freedom of speech, of belief, of thought All over this is what is being sought Many obstacles are in our way Very careful be, what we do and say Though King would like to tell And to the housetops yell The truth about these and those Destroy false fronts behind which repose The many which say much and work not Or personally stand to gain a lot But in these days and times King must watch his rhyme And even to a point must refrain From expressing too much disdain So dear readers on this Passover season We pause to think and with reason Desiring—with the aspiration Of true freedom for this nation. BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS KUBBY HOUSE 106 N. Miami Ave. 261 E. Flaglcr St. —Buy Victory Bonds Today— IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL RINK'S LIQUOR STORE 208 Coral Way Ph. 4-9325 PASSOVER GREETINGS s & s SANDWICH SHOP 1757 N. E. 2nd AVE. PHONE 3-3401 DRINK MIX-KAY A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. INC. Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric Developed by Bell Laboratories 117 N. E. 1st Ave—1211-13 Security Bldg., Miami—Phone 3-3840 W. Palm Beach Office, 3800 Washington Dr. Phone 8592 IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS To All My Friends and Acguaintances LEW SEVIER The Makers of That Good ROYAL PALM CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER ROYAL PALM CREAMERY (Incorporated) PHONE 3-865 5 TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER GEORGE S. O'KELL IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES WILLIAM I. "BILL" PRUITT AND FAMILY fJewisti ncridian PAGE ELEVEN B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY HAS MOST SUCCESSFFUL PARTY More than $400.00 was realized for Hillel activities from an affair sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith last Sunday evening. Close to 500 people attended the gala social. Chairman of the affair was Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, assisted by Mrs. Shirley Taplin, Mrs. Barney Goodman, Mrs. Robert Weinstein, Mrs. Sam Silver, and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. SPECIAL PRAYERS TO BE OFFERED FOR NATIONS Dr. Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, is arranging for special prayers to be offered in all synagogues on April 2nd, the first day of the Passover, for strength and guidance for the United Free Nations. NEW MODERN SKATING RINK TO OPEN ON BOULEVARD Under the management of Murray Rosenblatt, the Biscayne Roller Skating Palace, Biscayne Boulevard at the circle, will open Friday night, April 3rd. The building, valued at $90,000, has been converted into one of the South's most modern rinks. Airconditioning has been installed, a terrazzo floor has been laid and the walls are draped with American and Pan-American flags. Special nights for service men will be featured in which army and navy officials will cooperate. "We are proud to be the only rink in Miami to install and present a Hammond Electric organ to provide music for our patrons," Mr. Rosenblatt stated. REST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS MILLER'S PLACE 4*7 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-9540 PASSOVER GREETINGS POP'S PLACE 600 Collins Ave. Miami Beach PASSOVER GREETINGS AL. PFLUEGER TAXIDERMIST Mounted Specimens on Sale 'Largest Fish Mounting Plant in the World" 1367 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-1424 PASSOVER GREETINGS CHILDREN'S CORNER 1849 James Ave. Phone 5-3849 MIAMI BEACH To All My Friends and Acquaintances—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER RAY M. EARNEST PASSOVER GREETINGS EAST TWIN APTS. 871 8W. 3rd St. PH. 2-135 EMERGENCY SEDER FOOD GIVEN TO BRITISH JEWS The British Ministry of Food has made arrangements whereby the Chief Rabbi"s Kosher Canteen Committee will be enabled to obtain an appropriate supply of food for use in the Passover emergency restaurants all over the country. Fifteen thousand pounds of Matzos and 5,000 pints of wine are in storage for the Passover celebrations. The Majority of Jewish soldiers in the forces have been granted leave of absence for the High Holiday, and arrangements for Passover celebrations in the military camps have been made for those who cannot absent themselves. The Federation of Czechoslovakian Jews is looking after the needs of 900 Jews in the Czech armed forces stationed in Great Britain. The Polish Jewish Relief Fund similarly is looking after the wants of the Polish Jewish soldiers in Britain. PASSOVER GREETINGS CLEM'S GARAGE 2575 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 3-8845 PASSOVER GREETINGS R AUCH'S Department Store 460 W. 41st St. Miami Beach PHONE 5-3530 To All A Most Happy Passover Adrian McCune REAL ESTATE APPRAISER Security Bldg. Phone 3-7796 PASSOVER GREETINGS NORTHWEST FURNITURE CO. 77 N. W. 30th St. Phone 7-2427 PASSOVER GREETINGS ROBERT SUNDRIES 2020 Collins Avenue PHONE 5-9361 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS JOHNNY & MACK TOP & BODY SHOP 74 N. E. 20th ST. PHONE 3-7681 PASSOVER GREETINGS CARTER ROCK & SAND CORP. 4194 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-7480 BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Iji FLORIDA FUEL OIL. INC. 950 N. W. 73rd St. Ph. 7-1663 SYRIAN JEWS CONFER WITH NATIONAL HOME LEADERS Delegates from the Syrian Jewish community are now in Jerusalem conferring with appropriate authorities on the selection of a Chief Rabbi for Syria from among the rabbis of Palestine. The Damascus community is grcately encouraged by the new regime under the Allied Government. The economic position of the community has improved since it was taken over by the Free French authorities. The Damascus governor, it is expected, will permit a Jewish medical staff from Palestine to take charge of the Jewish hospital. Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps and help win the war. PASSOVER GREETINGS WEAVER WIRE PRODUCTS 2715 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-2644 PASSOVER GREETINGS DR. T. L. LOWRIE 828 N. W. 3rd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS 7-11 CLUB N. W. Red Roo Pnone 4-9451 PASSOVER GREETINGS STAR CLEANERS & DYERS 2343 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-235* Sincere Passover Greetings To Our Many Friends SUNSHINE HOSPITAL 47 N. W. 32nd Place., Ph. 4-6952 PASSOVER GREETINGS SCHOELL METAL CRAFT 7100 N. W. 7th AVE. PHONE 7-3452 PASSOVER GREETINGS IDEAL ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. 824 S. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-1133 A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER IIMMIE'S GRILLE Bar and Liquor Store MIAMI. FLORIDA STEAKS, CHOPS SEA FOODS Specializing in Delicious Charcoal Broiled NEW YORK SIRLOIN STEAKS Prepared and Served to a King's Taste ENTERTAINMENT DANCING OPEN ALL NIGHT 3651 S. W. 8th Street at the Entrance to Coral Gables i



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i PAGE TWELVE +Je*ist ncridi&lL FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 194 2 MERIT COUNCIL APPLICATIONS [NO APRIL 8,12 A. II. Gainesville (Special) — The Merit Council, serving the Florida Industrial Commission and the State Welfare Board, announcea here today that the last date for filing applications for merit system examinations to be conducted jointly by the two-agencies will be April 8th, at midnight. Applications must be filed, the announcement said, with the Merit System Office, Room 203, 300 W. University Avenue, Gainesville. Mailed applications must be postmarked before midnight of the closing date. Application blanks may be secured by writing or calling at the address of the Merit System PASSOVER GREETINGS AMERICAN FINANCE CORPORATION A. C. COURIC 819 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 3-3326 PASSOVER GREETINGS lit Puro Water Filter Co. 601 North Miami Avtriue PHONE 3-8361 Sincere Passover Greetings AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING PHONE 5-1024 Exclusive Drapery Work and Slip Covers 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 11 Entrance at Pennsylvania Ave. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PASSOVER GREETING8 LA PORTA SUNDRIES 179 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 2-9521 office. No application will be accepted unless upon the official form. According to the announcement, examinations will be given for the following 27 positions: Clerk, Senior Clerk. Typist. Stenographer. Senior Stenographer, Principal Stenographer, Key Punch Operator. Jr. Tabulating Equipment Operator. Senior Tabulating Equipment Operator. Statistical Clerk, Statistician. Senior Statistician, Chief. Research and Statistics. Chief Accountant. Chief. Personnel and Training. Junior Interviewer. Senior Interviewer. Farm Placement Representative, District Welfare Director. State Welfare Supervisor. Supervisor Field Service and Training. Child Welfare Worker. Senior Child Welfare Worker. State Child Welfare Supervisor. The minimum salaries for some of the more advanced technical and professional positions are S240 per month. Employes of the two agencies exceed 1,000 in number. Examinations will be held at the following places, at a date to be announced when applicants are notified of their eligibility to take examinations: D a y t o n a Beach. DeFuniak Springs. Gainesville. Jacksonville. Lakeland. Live Oak. Miami, Orlando, Pensacola. Sarasota. Tallahassee, Tampa and West Palm Beach. OLD AGE PENSION RECIPIENTS TO BE REINSTATED Dade County recipients of Old\ age Assistance who accept eraplovment during the war period will be restored promptly to the .rolls when their employment ends, according to announcement I today of R. E. McDonald, chair: man of District Welfare Board. In a formal statement, Mr. McDonald said: "The State Welfare Board, realizing that profitable 'employment may become available to many Old-age Assistance recipients as manpower is absorbed by the war effort, has adopted regulations providing that those who by working become self-supporting will have their names restored promptly to the rolls as soon as their employment ends. To make this plainer, they will not be required to await their turn in order to have their case reconsidered and acted upon." He added that if earnings are PASSOVER GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY CO. 134 N. E. 6th St. Phone 2-6497 PASSOVER GREETINGS ART CEMENT MANUFACTURING CO. Manufacturers of WATERPROOF PAINTS 3180 S. W. 16th St., Phone 4-05S3 Miami. Florida SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS L HOTEL 640 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI PHOTO & SPORTS SUPPLIES 1327 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 3-4933 PASSOVER GREETINGS ILDOR PLAZA 810-816-820 Seventh Street PHONE 5-9511 E. R. Tannenbaum, Miami Beach It it a Pleasure to Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS To All My Friends and Acquaintances 0. B. WHITE 60 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-4010 f GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. FIRST STREET PASSOVER GREETINGS yj S. ERNEST PHILPITT and SON Musical Instruments 36 N. MIAMI AVENUE IT IS A PLEASURE TO AQAIN EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS TO MY MANY FRIENDS MARSHALL C. WISEH A R T YOUR STATE REPRESENTATIVE y* PASSOVER GREETINGS ^ KINSMAN LANDSCAPE CO. Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677 MIAMI BEACH Dr. Charles Beckwitt OPTOMETRIST In Miami Over 25 Years How often do you check your million dollar eyes? Maybe your Klasses are not Rivins; you satisfactory service. L*t us find what la wrong. Consult Dr. Beckwitt. eyesight specialist. Laboratory on premises. 36 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-7308 Sincere Passover Greetings from LEO HUBERMAN NORMANDY RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL 1021 Biarritz Drive PHONE 6-1061 MIAMI BEACH To Our Many Friends and Patrons A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER FOUR SISTERS HUNGARIAN RESTAURANT 655 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-9709 PASSOVER GREETINGS ^ FORD SEPTIC TANK COMPANY 1900 RED ROAD PHONE 4-4012 not adequate to P !" vlde f U PP' during employment, a cash gran will be continued to supplement the earnings. "State and district welfare boards alike urge that no recipient accept employment without first being certain that he is ( physically fit and that work will not endanger his health," Mr. McDonald continued. •Winning the war is the first duty and concern of every citizen Mr McDonald concluded. •The purpose and policy of the welfare agency is to make it possible for Old-age Assistance recipients to do their par free from worry as to later loss of income resulting from the temporary halting of their grants. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— PASSOVER GREETINGS Industrial Equipment & Supplies 147 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7-7775 PASSOVER GREETINGS CHARLES APARTMENTS 750 Pennsylvania Ave.. Ph. 5-4074 PASSOVER GREETINGS W. F. SNYDER Contractor 463 41st Street Phone 5-1616 PASSOVER GREETINGS MARION BUTLER REAL ESTATE 1616 ALTON ROAD PHONE 5-6409 PASSOVER GREETINGS Where Every Meal is a Pleasant Memory PONCE DE LEON RESTAURANT M. FRANK, Prop. Breakfast Luncheon Dinner SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS 2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Phone 4-9130 Coral Gables, Fla. PASSOVER GREETINGS 111 1620 N. W. 3rd Street PHONE 3-639A MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN and the SILVER PIT Wish For All Their Patrons and Frlenda A HAPPY PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS TEXACO SAYLES SERVICE STATION 1101 S. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-9313 MAY WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER All Milk Produced on Our Own Farm from Registered Jersey Hard FOR HOME DELIVERY PHONE 4-2444 Ml LAM DAIRY ROAD DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER is HOME FROM LISBON, SPAIN Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, Ohio, National Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, arrived in London from Lisbon by Atlantic Clipper on March 9th and was met by Dr. Chaim Weizmann, President of the Jewish Agency. His stay was to end on March 25th. He has conducted a lightening tour of Anglo-Jewish centers, addressing great gatherings in Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham. Man! Chester and Leeds. In Manchester he was greeted by the nonJewish Pro-Palestine Committee. While in Leeds a civic reception was organized in his honor. He made a final address in London on the 24th. PASSOVER GREETINGS CARLTON HOTEL DINING ROOM 1433 Colling Ave. Ph. 56486 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 3-2517 PASSOVER GREETINGS BEACH BOXING ARENA 49 Ocean Drive Phone 5-4154 PASSOVER GREETINGS LINCOLN DEPARTMENT STORE 1448 N. W. 62nd STREET PHONE 7-9472 PASSOVER GREETINGS DADE COUNTY GROWERS MARKET 1280 N. W. 22nd STREET PHONE 2-9958 HAPPY PASSOVER y CLARK DREDGING CO, 343 S. W. N. RIVER DRIVE MIAMI. FLORIDA PASSOVER GREETINGS iji ALDRITT Electric Motor Co. 237 N. W. 2nd AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA 4Ji MAY WE EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER MIAMI SOAP 27th Sti^at Hialeah



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seasJBsajssesBas**: J "' *" FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1942 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Centrera.tlon) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 P. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. Evening ServicesSaturday morning. ..7:00 p. m. 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning — 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Passover will be ushered in at PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH JITNEY BUS CORP. 901 Biscayne St. Phone 5-9676 PASSOVER GREETINGS M & V STORES 1400 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 28955 PASSOVER GREETINGS Williams Grocery 1526 N. W. 1st Place Ph. 3-9278 PASSOVER GREETINGS ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON Completely Air Conditioned 1151 Washington Ave. Miami Beach. Fla. TELEPHONE 5-5609 A Most Happy Passover Angelica Uniforms Co. S. Asher, Florida State Representative 231 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 3-1659 PASSOVER GREETINGS OVERSEAS Transportation Co.. Inc. 236 S. W. N. River Drive MIAMI. FLORIDA Beat Wishes For A HAPPY PASSOVER To Our Many Jewish Friends ACME FAST FREIGHT. Inc. S. W. 1st AVENUE PHONE 3-8461 PASSOVER GREETINGS LECHICH FLORISTS 528 Lincoln Rd. 200 N. E. 1st Ave. Miami Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Phone 5-6707 Phone 3-6404 Unexcelled Service by Two Sisters and a Brother PASSOVER GREETINGS McArthur Jersey Dairy Farm. Inc. Ph J" N E 62nd Street h0nt %  '• Miami. FU. sunset, Wednesday at 7:15 o'clock. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro the first two days of Passover, Thursday and Friday, April 2nd and 3rd, at 8:30 A. M. All traditional prayers will be chanted by Cantor Herman Marbein. The rabbi will speak on the central theme, "Israel's Four Freedoms." Junior Congregation Members of the Junior Congregation will conduct services Thursday and Friday mornings at 10:30 Boys and girls will be excused from school providing they attend all religious Passover services. Sisterhood Card. Mah Jongg and Bingo Party The Sisterhood will sponsor a card, bingo and mah jongg party Monday evening, April 6th at 8 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. Passover refreshments will be served. Mrs. Isador Fine, president, requests all members and friends to remember the date, Monday evening, April 6th, at 8 o'clock. —Buy Victory Bonds Today— I Wish to Extend the Hand of Good Fellowship to My Friends Through the Holy Days of Passover 308 E. Flagler St. Ph. 2-3718 TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER AND ASSOCIATES NATIONAL TITLE CO. PASSOVER GREETINGS H. C. WILCOX GARAGE 2901 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9166 Sincere Passover Greetings SANDS HOTEL On the Ocean at 16th Street MIAMI BEACH Private Beach—Swimming Cabana Club Sincere Passover Greetings ERNEST L. BRYANT Official Reporter of the Circuit Court 626 Court House Ph. 3-6886 PASSOVER GREETINGS SAMUEL E. PENTZ ADJUSTER 2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd. PHONE 4-9978 PASSOVER GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE H. S. HAHN, Manager Bonded and Insured Workmen's Compensation CLEANING SPECIALISTS Chimney Floor Windows 1665 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-5907 EXTENDING THE HAND OF GOOD FELLOWSHIP TO OUR H0 L E Y ND D 3 AYS TH 0 R F U P G A H SS0V^ SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st St. Phone 6-7345 A HAPPY PASSOVER y M. L MARCUS CO. OFFICE SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY Prompt Delivery Lowest Prices 41 Weet Flagler Street PHONE t-1661 Jmisti Ihrtdhm PAGE THIRTEEN BETH DAVID CONGREGATION RE-ELECTS CANTOR MARBEIN Cantor Henry Marbein was reelected to serve Beth David Congregation as cantor at a Board of Directors meeting held recently. Cantor Marbein came here from Brooklyn, N. Y. where he was MIAMI BEACH ELKS HOLD INSTALLATION APRIL 2ND Miami Beach Lodge of Elks No. 1601 held their installation of officers Thursday, April 2nd. Brothers selected for the forthcoming year were Milton Weiss, Exalted Ruler; Charles Oliver, Esteemed Leading Knight; Dan Roth, Esteemed Loyal Knight; Arthur Triester, Esteemed Lecturing Knight; Abe Schoenfeld, Esquire; Sol Horowitz, Treasurer; Mayor Val C. Cleary, Trustee for five year term and Joe Huckle, Secretary. Milton Weiss, newly elected Exalted Ruler, has held all the chairs in the lodge and has the distinct honor of being the first Jewish Exalted Ruler of this Lodge. Dan Roth, newly elected Loyal Knight, has held the office of Inner Guard one year and the office of Esquire for three years which is the longest period of time that office was ever held by one person. Arthur Triester is the immediate past Chaplain and Abe Schoenfeld is the immediate past Tiler. Very appropriate ceremonies were held and a large crowd attended. Short talks were made by the newly installed officers, including an inspiring talk by Milton Weiss, Exalted Ruler. CANTOR HENRY MARBEIN connected with the Hoboken Jewish Center and the Ninth Street Temple. He has had a long and varied career on the opera stage, making appearances all over the world. —Buy Victory Bonds Today— PASSOVER GREETINGS BIG DAVE'S Rosedale Delicatessen AND RESTAURANT 1437 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-2051 Prompt Service—Free Delivery PASSOVER GREETINGS J. C. WILLINGHAM Service Station 1540 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4-9270 PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons MANNING'S FINEST AND LARGEST SEA FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD 829 Biscayne Blvd., Miami PHONE 2-9939 PASSOVER GREETINGS Courtesy Service Comfort Park View Apartments N. Zuckerman, Manager 241 N. W. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla. Bed Room Efficiency PHONE 2-9525 NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN The Board of Directors of the Miami Section, National Council Jewish Women, extend greetings for the holidays to all our members and to our Jewish brethren and sisters everywhere. Mrs. Monte Selig, Pres. -Buy Victory Bonds Today— MANY PROFESSIONAL JEWS ENLISTED IN WAR EFFORT PASSOVER GREETINGS Venetian Shortway Sedan Service 1133 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3800 PASSOVER GREETINGS MCALLISTER FLORIST "Say It With Flowers But Say It With Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-3773 SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS TAHITI BAR and PACKAGE STORE 244 23rd St. Phone 5-3785 Sincere Passover Greetings from BOB MARTIN MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue PHONE 6-2040 PASSOVER GREETINGS LITZ, THE TAILOR Ladies and Gents Tailoring 235 23rd Street Ph. 5-9547 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian-American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5-9031 Famous for its Real Italian Dinners Steaks, Chops. Sea Foods, Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti PASSOVER GREETINGS VOGUE LAUNDRY ft Office and Plant—142S 20th StMIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-7489 ABE POLICK Managing Director PASSOVER GREETINGS MIAMI PLUMBING SUPPLY CO 2169 N. W. 27th Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA S. Halperin Phone 3-4552 —TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER MR. and MRS. MORTIMER E. WEN y* Diamond! Jewelry Luggage Novelties PROVIDENT JEWELRY & LUGGAGE CO. 39 N. MIAMI AVE. PHONE 2-32M The well-known Anglo-Jewish historian and man of letters, Mr. Israel Cohen, stated in an address which he delivered at Droitwich recently that the latest figures of Jews now serving in the British forces were: 40,000 professed Jews in the British army and 8,000 in the Royal Air Force. It is known that there are many more Jews who have made no profession of their Judaism in both forces. The heroism shown by Jewish officers at Dunkirk won them 36 decorations and mentions in dispatches. By the end of 1941 two George Crosses, six George Medals and eleven British Empire Medals had been awarded to Jews. PASSOVER GREETINGS RELIABLE MATTRESS CO. 515 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 2-5693 PASSOVER GREETINGS SNACK SHOP 7112 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7-7253 PASSOVER GREETING8 The Molka Reich Studio 19 S. W. 2nd St., Miami, Ph. 2-6353 Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach Drama. Dancing and Allied Arts for Children—Public SpeakingClasses for Adults PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL MR. and MRS. AUBY KEOSHE Sincere Passover Greetings VENETIAN SKATING RINK 2790 S. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4-9174 A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL RAYMOND A WILLIAMS Director of Dept. of Waste and Shops City of Miami We Extend Our Sincere PASSOVER GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Friends and Customers THE BLUE DERBY 7th AVE. and THE TRAIL • FINE BREAKFASTS • DELICIOUS LUNCHES • SUPERB DINNERS • COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE PHONE 2-9316 Wishing To All Jewish Citizens A HAPPY PASSOVER WALKER Casket Co. 143 N. E. MIAMI PLACE t



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PAGE FOURTEEN vjewist noridton FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1942 i ., .-ra rnnrftTIONA L HEAD SOMERS URGES U. S. TO AID PELLEY DISCONTINUES^ NAZIS SEND REFUGEES INTO GOVERNMENT ISSUES NEW | AZA 1 JEWISH ARMY FORMATION ANTI SEMITIC MAGAZINE MUNITIONS FACTORIES London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied France have begun to employ hundreds of Eastern European Jewish refugees PAMPHLET ON HITLER' AIMS | Washington (WNS) — The Ofice of Facts and Figures has prepared a special pamphlet, ••Divide and Conquer," tracing the Nazi in Nazi-run munitions factories ; methods of disrupting the nationin the hope that the presence of helpless Jewish refugees will bring a halt to the intensive RAF bombings of Nazi armament plants in occupied France. These sources said that the Nazis have already transported about 45.000 refugees from Eastern Europe, most of them Jewish, to occupied France for employment in the Nazi war factories. At the same time. "Free French" officials reported that many French victims of recent RAF air attacks had rejected Nazi offers of compensation for damages. The nazis had offered al unity of enemy nations and describing Hitler's plans to weaken the morale of the American people. The pamphlet will soon be available for national distribution. Describing the steps taken by Nazi agents to "soften" France. Norway, Belgium. Austria. Holland. Czechoslovakia and Poland preparatory to an invasion by ; Nazi armed forces, the government pamphlet warns: "The United States is still intact, but Hitler hopes to destroy that unity, physically and mentally. All his tricks are now being directed against us. Our ^compensate French^victims Job today is one of individua awareness, in order to avoid falling into the Hitler trap." to with funds raised through the sale of confiscated Jewish property. Rather than accept this money, the "Free French" said, Frenchmen refused to apply for NAZIS EDUCE 1EAD DOLE compensation. PITTSBURGH MOTHER GIVES HER FOUR SONS TO NATION TO JEWS; TAKE MOST FOOD Geneva (WNS)—The Nazi Government has ordered the present bread rations for Jews in Germany and Austria reduced by one third, the German press reported this week. The new decree becomes effective April 6th. Under existing regulations, Jews Pittsburgh (WNS)—One of the proudest mothers in Pittsburgh is Mrs. Anna Schreba. an immigrant from Austria, who has four sons fighting for democracy in America's armed forces. Mrs. | mav purchase two pounds of Schreba was the first mother in : brcad weekly. this city to be presented with the The new regulation is particul4-Star Emblem of Honor—an \ arly severe since German Jews award presented to mothers who have been forbidden to buy any Washington (WNS) — Andrew Washington (WNS)-The Gal Somers of New York called j llean, notorious pro-Nazi and an upon the American government Hi is week to aid in the establishment of a Jewish Army in the Middle East. Speaking before the House, Rep. Somers stressed that the current war situation required the immediate mobilization of all available manpower. A long-time advocate of a Jewish Army, the New York Congressman suggested that President Roosevelt appoint an American general to explore possibilities leading towards the immediate organization of a Jewish Army which will fight under the banner of the United Nations in Palestine or elsewhere in the Middle East. MRS. ROOSEVELT BLASTS RACIAL PROPAGANDA Wellesley, Mass. (WNS) — A Isadore Cooperman of New• strong dcnonciation 0 f propaganYork who ^ has been appointed | da a)ong racia lines c ij ma xed the address of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt at a Wellesley College forum here. Mrs. Roosevelt told the 1.500 students present that racial propaganda "must not" be tolerated. national educational director of Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai Brith youth organization. DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN TO BE IN U.S. WITHIN FEW DAYS have four sons in service. Mayor Scully presented the award to the Jewish mother at appropriate ceremonies in City Hall. Mrs. Schreba has two sons stationed at Hawaii, a third is serving with the Marines at San Diego, and the fourth is an Army Sergeant at Fort Ord, California. meats, eggs. milk, fresh fruit, butter, fats and most vegetables. Their present diet consists mostly of watery soups and bread. In Nazi-occupied Poland, Jews are not permitted to buy anything but very limited amounts of bread and sugar. STAFF SERGEANT LEVY IS NOW JEWISH WAR HERO Staff Sergeant Levy of the South African forces, who was killed on active service in Abyssinia, is now reported to have been buried in the Falasha Jewish Cemetery at Diredawa. Falasha (Abyssinian) Jews from far and wide attended the funeral. The body was covered with a Falasha praying shawl and the British and Abyssinian flags. BRITISH JEWS SHARE SMALL SUPPLY OF SEDER MATZOS London (WNS) — The Jewish community of Great Britain, confronted with a shortage of matzos as a result of the war. observed its third war-time Passover by sharing the limited supply available. News of the matzos shortage was disclosed when the Beth Din, the rabbinie.il council, called upon rabbis all over the country to arrange for distribution of matzos to all English Jews. New York (WNS)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency of Palestine and of the World Zionist Organization, was expected to arrive in the United States within the next few days by American Zionist leaders here. Dr. Weizmann had originally planned to come to America early last month but cancelled his plans when his younger son. a lieutenant in the RAF. failed to return from a patrol assignment.. For Victory New York (WNS) — Abraham Herman, merchant and Jewish leader, was re-elected president of the Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society at a meeti ing here. i ti-Scmitic publication" 0 f "1? iam Dudley Pell, v. one tW leader of the Silver shirts, S be discontinued, it was announce The decision came after Fed eral post office officials ordemi Pelley to submit the magazine]! Washington for censorship be fore mailing. Policy wno recently sentenced to two yean in prison for violating security laws of North Carolina and I now out on bail, declared that publication would be resumed at a "more auspicious" ODD !" tunity. Kl ^ This is the second magazine to be discontinued by Pelley, the first one being the Roll Call which was dropped after America's entry into the war. BUY U.S.BONDS AND STAMPS JEWISH CONGRESS HOLDS WAR EMERGENCY CONFAB Ne wYork (WNS)-A war emergency conference in Chicago on May 16-17-18, in place of the an. nual convention of the American Jewish Congress, will devote itself to a discussion of the fundamental issues now confronting the Jewish people, with a view to arriving at decisions which will make it possible immediately to organize for the rehabilitation of Jewish life at the end of the war, it was announced this week. Announcement of the war conference was made by Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress. Delegates from every section of the country are expected to take part in the sessions, which will be held at the Sherman Hotel. The conference, the first of its kind held in the Midwest in the 25-year history of the American Jewish Congress, is expected to take on the color of the first American Jewish Congress of World War I. B'NAI BRITH HELPS BUILD LOYALTY TO JEWISH HERITAGE THROUGH WIDESPREAD YOUTH COMMUNITY SEDERS AND PASSOVER FOOD COLLECTIONS Do the membera of YOUR family ny this? If not, perhaps It is because you have never given Alka-Seltze* ft thorough trial All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are tathusiastic In Its praise. If Alka-Seltzer Is as good as we say It is, you want it In your medicine cabinet; If It Is not, It won't cost you a penny. We will refund the purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than you think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded \V TK covers its use In all conditions listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Nm. ralgla. H eada ch e, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer fare agencies. Top Right: One of the ^ ,'"' Scope TJFSSS SSTsh"? *','""' ZM?k i g contributed this year, as always, by the 450 chapthroughout the country through local Jewishi wet I annually sponsored by the B'nai Brith rime cannot go home for Passover. Center: This ye* are again to be guests of Hillel at Passover func"up s,der as part of AZA's year-round *&%£ Alenh are part of the national B'nai B'rith Wid ai Brith sponsored a sedar Thursday evening %  ty of Miami.



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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 *Jewisti RcridUan PAGE FIFTEEN | N.R.S. HELPS LOYAL ALIENS BECOME LOYAL AMERICANS—WITH U.J.A. FUNDS Willi die United Stalts at war, (m-dom-loving refugees from NaziMii who ha\e found haven here are eager lo do their hit—and the National Refugee Service is helping them to help their new country. The N.R.S. is one of the three conMitUenl agencies supported by the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine, which also raises the funds for the Joint Distribution Committee and the Unitco Palestine Appeal. In a typical American rom< munity a representative of N.R.S. is shown conferring with a local refugee aid committee (top left) on aiding refugees to meet their wartime obligations. English courses and Americanization programs sponsored l>y N.R.S. (top right) arc more crowded than ever this year. A refugee, now a U. S. soldier, gels advice at N.R.S. headquarters (holtom) on helping his mother to join him in America. The N. R. S. is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. ,*r i'\ LODGE ON Petite aH€t*fifay4it HOT SPRINGS .NATIONAL PARK-ARKANSAS Your part in America's Victory Program requires energy, vigor and health. Keep fit by relaxing at this world-famous health spa in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Horseback riding, golf, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing on Lakes Hamilton and Catherine; and countless other recreations. Oaklawn horse-racing season from February 23 to March 28. Located in its own private park, the Eastman offers quiet relaxation, yet is conveniently close to everything. A wide variety of accommodations. Government supervised bathhouse under the same roof. f ****** "f^Z" 500 ROOMS FROM WALTER E. DAVIS. Mjnager '"" I'OBv *n. 'ir, EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS Direction: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC H. GRADY MANNING. Founder DEATHS Hyman Rand, a resident of Miami for the past five years, died at his home Sunday. He is survived by his widow, Jennie; two sons, Samuel Rand of Miami and Irvin of Newark; a daughter, Mrs. Elsie Feibush of Summit, N. J.; two brothers and a sister. The body was sent to Newark for burial. • • • Funeral services for Samuel Merson who died at" his home were held Tuesday. He leaves his wife, Bertha; three daughters, Selma, Henrietta and Mrs. Frank Perlman, and a grandchild, all of Miami. Burial took place in Graceland cemetery. • • • Funeral services were held Tuesday for Joseph Hyman Scheinberg, 13-year-old son of Pincus Scheinberg, who passed away Tuesday morning in a Miami hospital. A native of Miami, Joseph was a student at Shenandoah Jr. High school. He also leaves a sister, Miriam. Burial took place in Miami Jewish cemetery. PERSONALS Mrs. Isador Shapiro will leave for Augusta, Ga. Saturday after a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein. • • • Miss Ida Englor will leave Sunday for Washington, D. C. after spending the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Englcr. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. Leo Rader was hostess at the Beth Israel card party held Sunday night at Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs. Z. H. Lapidus left for her home in Norfolk. Va. Ira Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Levin is at Camp Blanding awaiting assignment to his unit. Mrs. Joe H. Lesser is visiting with relatives in Rome, Ga. SPANISH POLICE ARREST HUNDREDS OF JEWS. REPORT Istanbul (WNS)—Spanish police have arrested hundreds of Jews in surprise raids on Jewish homes and enterprises in Barcelona, the Nazi radio reported this week. The arrested Jews were formally charged with having fought with the Loyalists in the Spanish civil war and with continuing their anti-Fascist activities. The report added that the Jews will be given the death sentence if found guilty by a special Fascist tribunal. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— PASSOVER GREETINGS HANNAH VILLA APARTMENTS 650 Euclid Ave. Phone 5-7785 SCORES OF ITALIANS ARE OUSTED FROM FASCISTS Geneva (WNS)—A number of prominent members of the Italian Government have been expelled from the Fascist Party because of their pro-Jewish sympathies, it was reported this week by the Fascist newspaper "Popola Italia." The expulsions took place in Milan, Naples, Turin and Genoa. The ousted officials were accused of having sabotaged the Fasicst anti-Jewish program and of having adopted a "defeatist" attitude with regard to the solution of the "Jewish Question." PASSOVER GREETING?. JERRY'S FISHING TACKLE SHOP 1307 N. Bayshore Dr. Ph. 2-9322 PASSOVER GREETINGS E AT ABITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9361 PASSOVER GREETINGS Dorann Apartments 1244 Pennsylvania Avenue PHONE 5-9178 Moritz M. Drucker and Family of DRUCKER'S JE W E L E R 1053 Washington Avenue WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY PASSOVER PHONE 5-3774 PASSOVER GREETINGS CORAL GABLES Machinery Exchange 4101 S. Dixie Highway, Ph. 4-4522 PASSOVER GREETINGS MAISON ALEXANDER SLIP COVERS 763 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-774 PASSOVER GREETINGS ALTON COURT HOTEL 1671 Alton Court Ph. 5-7591 PASSOVER GREETINGS DAN I. ABBOTT ELECTRIC 186 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-6294 SHE THIS PAPER IT'S WANTED FOR VICTORY SAVE! TOO SCRAP METALS OLD RUBBER OLD RAGS Call %  Collecting Charity, or a Local Junk Dealer f ill % 



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J> .,, _.,. ^,^,-. BBBBBBBBBBBJ _.., PAGE SIXTEEN *-JmistnoridiarT_ FRIDAY, APRIL B'nai B'rith Notes BY AL GREEK A very serious and important meeting of the membership committee, headed by Brother Harold Turk, was held at the White House Hotel, Sunday. The meeting, attended by over forty members, was addressed by Lawrence Schlecter, prominent New York attorney and lecturer. Mr. Schlecter, an old friend of Brother Sol Goldstrom, gave an interesting account of the life of Brother Goldstrom who, by the way, now carries the title of colonel. Reminiscing about the colonel's early life in Salt Lake City, Mr. Schlecter informed us that Sol was probably the first Jewish cowboy in the west, having lived on a ranch for several years after his arrival in Utah. Finally, in Omaha, Nebraska, while | still quite a young man, Sol together with a handful of other Jews in his community, founded the local chapter of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Schlecter further pointed out that Colonel Goldstrom's contribution as a Ben B'rith is the fact that he exemplified the finer relationships between Jew and Gentile. Brother Goldstrom being actively associated with both types of organizations, unflinchingly devotes his time to the activities of each organization. After this inspirational talk, we were addressed by Brother Harold Turk, who gave us a twofisted fighting talk on what B'nai B'rith means to the member. Certainly after listening to the verbal fighting words of the morning's program, everyone TO ALL—A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES FERTILIZER 235 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-0541 PATRICK McCARL GENERAL CONTRACTOR "HOMES OF DISTINCTION" MIAMI FLORIDA May We Extend Best Wishes lor a Happy Passover JOSEPH B. SIRGANY LINENS 440 Lincoln Road Phone 5-6581 It is a Pleasure to Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE LEWIS C. WAGNER SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE SENATOR HOTEL 1201 Collins Avenue Phone 5-3396 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS EARL V. WILSON CO. BROKERS 1220 S. Miami Avenue Phone 3-5724 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER NORMANDY PLAZA HOTEL 6979 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH It ia With Great Pleasure That We Again Extend PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. PETERSON. District Manager Forms for Every Business Purpose The Reliable Source for Printed Forms TELEPHONE 4-4240 present felt that they could go out and get at least 200 new members. When you obtain a new member, please call Brother Harold Turk or the B nai B nth office The initiation class named Si honor of Brother Sol Goldstrom will be held on April 14th at the Miami Beach Elk's Club. Every Jew should be a Ben B'rith. It is the only organization powerful enough to represent the Jew in the world today. Our organization not only represents the Jew in his fight against anti-Semitism but it is also a force in keeping our own people in line. For this reason alone, besides our other activities in Hillel, Student Union and Civilian Defense, every male Jew over the age of 21 should become a member. It also offers the Jew an opportunity to be a good American by joining in our Civilian Defense Organization. The "on again, off again stag which has been announced several times, is finally "on again.' Brother Pallot who has had a great deal of trouble in locating a place has announced that the stag is now definitely planned for the Shrine Hall at Biscayne Boulevard at the Circle, for April 21st. More details later. Unanimously, everyone who attended Sunday night's social, sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary at the Latin Quarter, voiced their approval of the affair. It was probably the finest social ever given by either the local men's or women's Lodge. Successful not only because of enjoyable entertainment, but also definitely a financial success for PASSOVER GREETINGS THE FLOWER POT 2308 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 48-1010 PASSOVER GREETINGS FAIRVIEW APTS. 1205 Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-9065 MIAMI BEACH PASSOVER GREETINGS EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP 1501 N. Miami Ave. Ph. J.0473 A MOST HAPPY PA6S0VER Miami Beach Chemical Co. ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Supplica Deodorants, Diainfectanta PHONE 5-4353 824 lit St. Miami Beach ROWLAND P. EVANS PASSOVER GREETINGS KATZIF'S GROCERY 378 N. W. 8th St. Phone 2-9700 PASSOVER GREETINGS CHARLES HOTEL 1475 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. PASSOVER GREETINGS PHONE 5-4063 IRVIN'S CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH RESTAURANT Breakfast — Lunch — Dinner 441 41st Street Miami Beach 3,19(1 fetartt of our ,ocal H^ A great deal of praise h L Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs AJ p lot and Mrs. Robert Weinstfin' their hard work in ££?& affair over. This should e^ ly be an annual event n „ social calendar. n SINCERE WISHES FOR a HAPPY PASSOVER CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th Avenu, Phone 4-2914 Coral Q.bm PHONE 5.7111 ENFIELD'S CAMERA SHOP Corner Washington Avenue 40 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH, FLA. HAPPY PASSOVER THE BLACKSTONE MIAMI BEACH It ia a Pleasure to Extend Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY PASSOVER HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA 1450 Collins Avenue Miami Beach To Jewry Everywhere—A Moat Happy Passover HARRY KORETZKY & SON NATIONAL HOTEL 1677 Collins Avenue Phone 5 5351 Sincere*)! Greetings for A Happy Passover M. B. GARRIS CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER 1213 Congress Building PHONE 2-4958 MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE WOFFORD 2400 Ocean Drive HOTEL Miami Beach MR. and MRS. RUBIN FEINBERG of the FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS Extend to Jewry Everywhere BEST WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER PASSOVER GREETINGS GIFT SHOP 11804 Biscayn* Blvd. PHONE 7.&M IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND PASSOVER GREETINGS H. L. ROBERTSON PLUMBING AND HEATING 1369 N. Bayshore Drive Phone 2-6184 PASSOVER GREETINGS NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET. INC. OF FLORIDA 1100 N. E. Second Avenue SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS. RESTAURANTS. CLUBS. HOSPITALS. COLLEGES AND INSTITUTIONS OF FLORIDA MARY M. BLACK RESIDENT AND DAY SCHOOL Wishes You and Yours a Year of Health and Prosp*** Open All Year for Boys and Giris 3 to 12 Years. Supervised Play, Picnics and Beach TripePhone a-$5i7 tcs 8. W. rourth t~ MismL Fla.


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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
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IQLIDAY GUESTS
IDF LOCAL PEOPLE
Completing a survey of all
army and naval bases, the Y. M.
A. assisted by a large num-
er of men and women, procured
la list of all Jewish men in this
larca in uniform. These men were
Iplaced among the more than 500
lfamilics who extended invita-
Itions to have service men as their
Iguests for the Passover sedarim.
The Y. M. H. A. is an affiliate
lof the national Jewish Welfare
IBoard, the sole and officially re-
Icognized agency for the function
[of acting unitedly in behalf of
lall the Jewish men in the armed
Iforces.
"It should be a great satisfac-
tion to Miami Jewry to know that
the Y has been deluged with
phone calls and visitors asking
the privilege of entertaining the
service men," Maurice Grossman,
I executive director of the Y. M.
H. A, enthusiastically stated.
Among those assisting in the
Passover hospitality effort were
Mrs. Florence Hacker, chairman
of the Y Defense Committee, Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Ida Opt-
iur, Mrs. Maurice Grossman and
Mrs. George Chertkof.
STRUMA SURVIVORS ARE
GRANTED ENTRY PERMITS
Jerusalem (Palcor)The Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine has been
officially informed that the only
two survivors of the ill-fated
Struma, refugee vessel that sank
outside Istanbul Harbor on Feb-
ruary 24th with 768 Jewish pass-
engers aboard, have finally been
granted permission to enter Pal-
estine.
Medeo Salamovici and David
Stoliar, who have been recuper-
ating in Turkey since their res-
cue, will soon leave that coun-
try on the last leg of the journey
that brought death to all their
comrades who had hoped to find
refuge in the Jewish National
Home, only to be denied entry
by the Palestine Administration
despite the availability of immi-
gration certificates under the
current quota.
BRITISH ARMY BY TEL AVIV
GOVERNMENT BUDGET SET
Jerusalem (Palcor)The Pales-
tine Government's estimated ex-
penditure for the year ending
March 31st, was set at 10,514,685
pounds in an Ordinance published
last November permitting the
Accountant-General to expend
amounts up to this aggregate on
orders signed by the High Com-
missioner. The civil government
expenditure contemplated is 9,-
105,532, while the expenditure
authorized for Palestine Rail-
ways is 1,409,153 pounds.
The largest single item in the
budget is 2,207,404 for the Police
and Prisons Department; next
comes that fox extraordinary Pub-
c Works, valued at 1,343,549
pounds.
'Preserve freedom.' Be willing to sacrifice all for the continuance of
TrttdomJ Renew your will to defend freedom and to establish
it forever among 'Mankind]'
YleMzetwnA on TxiMxhmaby shirley ellenbogen
Max had had a little more wine
with his matzohs than was good
for a boy of seven, and he had a
very hard time staying awake
through all of the Seder service.
As his father's voice, chanting the
final parts of the Haggadah to the
family, assembled as always for
the Pesach celebration, grew
dimmer in his consciousness, he
permitted himself to be lulled
into a drowsy self-importance
remembering his own participa-
tion in the beginning of the Sed-
er.
"Why is this night different
from all other nights?" he had
asked, as the youngest member
of the family. He couldn't quite
remember now. "On all other
nights we may eat either leav-
ened or unleavened; on this
night- only unleavened. On all
other nights we may eat any kind
of herbs; on this night only bit-
ter herbs. On all other nights we
do not dip even once; on this
night twice. On all other nights
we may eat either upright or
leaning; on this night we all
lean." Although he had asked
these four questions at every Pe-
sach ceremony since he could
talk, the answers now seemed far
away. It was something about
suffering and Moses about
deliverance and freedom and
Passover.
Yes, he could see it now .
he remembered ... It was part of
him, a child in the desert. Hund-
reds, thousands of people, all
plodding forward through the
hot sand. As his mother lifted
him into her arms, the better to
speed along with the rest, he
dimly saw the pyramids far, far
behind him. They had left the
pyramids and Egypt and Phar-
aoh far behind them Pha-
raoh Surely that was Pha-
raoh, way back there in the dist-
ance, leading the Egyptians after
the escaping Jews like a pack of
wolves on the scent. Even the
youngest son understood it now.
All his brothers understood it,
too. The wise, the wicked, the
simple, and the one too young
to askall Israel understands the
Exodus.
Suddenly the child was jerked
back to reality. There is more
to Passover than the commemo-
ration of the Exodus as an iso-
lated event. The Seder symbol-
izes as well the tradition of free-
dom and learning which have
become the Jewish life blood in
these centuries since Moses led
his people away from Pharaoh.
And still Passover is greater
than this. The Seder night com-
memorates the destiny of man-
kind for the past four thousand
years, and the hope of human
freedom to which the Exodus
gave expression. This night is
indeed different from all other
nights and its moral has become
the first lesson which Jewish
children learn.
In the four questions which
the youngest child in the house-
hold asks at the opening of the
Seder services, the timeliness
and the timelessness of the Pass-
over celebration are epitomized.
The explanations of the use of
matzoths (unleavened bread) and
the bitter herbs hark back to the
meager supplies which the Is-
raelites carried on their flight
from their bitter life in Egypt.
The other two questions direct
attention to the Seder as a feast
involving a variety of food and
an elegance of manner unusual
in the simple daily routine of
eating. In these latter manifes-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
JUOGE LEV1NTHAL
UNO WIFE GUEST
AT MIAMI BEACH
One of the most well-known
national figures of the Jewish
scene. Judge Louis E. Levinthnl,
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, accompanied
by his wife, has been a guest at
Miami Beach for the past week.
Sojourning here for a short
stay following a tour of the mid-
west and south addressing Zion-
ist conferences. Judge Levinthal
consented to address a gathering
here Saturday night at the Evans
Hotel, Miami Beach. His topic
will be 'World Conditions as Ap-
plicable to the Jewish People.^
The meeting will start at 8:30.
Judge Levinthal has been ac-
tive in the Zionist Organization
for 15 years and was elevated to
the pVesidency in September at
a convention in Cincinnati. Prior
to his becoming head of the ZOA,
he was chairman of the National
Administrative Council.
He reported that the organiza-
tion has made considerable pro-
gress in the last six months show-
ing a large membership increase
with improved financial condi-
tions. "The ZOA is making
every effort to further increase its
membership and most Jews
throughout the country are be-
ginning to realize that they can
help the war effort by helping
Palestine, which is the bulwark
of democracy in the Middle East,"
he stated.
Judge Levinthal and his wife
are leaving Sunday for Philadel-
phia where he is a member of
the Court of Common Pleas.
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
ORGANIZERS ARE HONORED
The men who helped organize
the National Jewish Welfare
Board three days after the Uni-
ted States entered the first World
War. steering it through a vast
program of religious and morale
guidance for American service-
men of Jewish faith, will be hon-
ored at the 25th Anniversary
Founders Dinner of the Board
on Sunday. April 19th, at the Ho-
tel Commodore, New York City.
The dinner will be part of a
three-day conference at the Com-
modore, beginning Saturday, Ap-
ril 18th, and ending Monday,
April 20th, in observance of a
quarter-century of service in war
and in peace by the Board, which
was formed in April, 1917.
THREE AMBULANCES GIVEN
BY TEL AVIV TO BRITAIN
Tel Aviv (Palcor)Three am-
bulances were formally presented
to the British Army by the all-
Jewish city of Tel Aviv yesterday
at ceremonies in which mayor
Israel Rokach participated in
behalf of the town and Colonel
Wilkins in behalf of the Army
Medical Corps. Speakers at the
exercises, in addition to the May-
or and the Colonel, included the
District Officer.
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PAGE TWO
vjenistncridiar
FRIDAY, APRIL 3.
~TOt. 3. 1942
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1>:3 S W. Uth Terrace
Phone S-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TAL1ITD TOR AH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon............_.. 8:30 a. m.
Mincha______________5:30 p. m.
Maariv _______________6:00 p. m
Saturday. .......9:00 a. m.
Pro Patrta
This week wo pause to greet
Private Martin Rothschild, son
of our dear members. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rothschild, who was
called this week to Camp Liv-
ingston. La. We extend greet-
ings to him and we pray for his
safety and security.
Passover Notes
On Wednesday night the Pass-
over Festival will come again to
gladden our hearts and empower
us with the hope that the future
of our people will yet have a
glorious Festival to commemor-
ate the redemption which will
come in a Passover to he.
Sermon Schedule
Rabbi Kellner will preach both
mornings of Passover in Eng-
lish and in the afternoons in Yid-
dish. The topics will be as fol-
lows: Thursday morning. "The
Old Slavery"': Friday morning.
The New Freedom": Thursday.
5:30 p. m.. "The New Slavery":
Friday. 5:30 p. m.. "The Old Free-
dom."
Plea to Parents
We respectfully urge all par-
ents to send their children to
synagogue services on the Fes-
tive Days and not to send them
to school on these days. Rabbi
Kellner will be glad to give
notes to principals who will then
excuse these abs< nc s,
Service Schedule
The fust evening of Passover
the services will commence at 7
p m. and morning services daily
commence at 9 a. m Mmcha
services daily will follow the
Rabbi's afternoon Droshe.
Please Cooperate
We urge all our people to ab
stain from the purchasing of
foodstuffs whicn are definitely
not kosher for Pesach.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend most
re congratulations to Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Snyder whose
maariage was solemnized by Rab-
bi Kellner last week.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy re-
covery of Hyman Kesslcr who
was severely injured in an auto-
mobile accident.
Good Wishes
We were sorry to hear that our
dear friend. Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man has been sick in the hospital
and pray for her complete re-
covery.
HAPPY PASSOVER
VANN CLEANERS
< HAND LAUNDRY
Tim Only Plant in Florida
Desires for Those Who Demand
The Best
510 JEFFERSON AVE.
f 2" 67PHONES5-2168
RAPID ADVANCEMENT
For High School Graduates
Phone or Write for Bulletin
No Ob'igation
CHARRON WILLIAMS
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3--W59
Miami, Florida
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CAPTAIN AL'S
FISH MARKET
ALWAYS FRESH FISH
PROMPT DELIVERY
2321 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 4-9392
GREETINGS
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MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
COMPLETE ABSTRACT AND
TITLE INSURANCE SERVICE
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Building
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO OUR
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER

BILL FOSSETT'S
PRESCRIPTION
PHARMACY
168 S. E. FIRST STREET
PHONE 2-7691
GREETINGS
SCHAAF'S
PRESERVING CO.
JELLIES AND PRESERVES
1305 N. W. 22nd STREET
PHONE 2-4634
Talmud Torah
There will be Talmud Torah
sessions on Monday afternoon
next week in a special Choi Ham-
oed session and there will be new
registration for the Spring ses-
sions after Passover.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
regrets and grief the tragic and
untimely death of little Herbert
Kobirin and beg to extend to
his grieving parents and lament-
ing grandparents the congrega-
tions deepest and most profound
sympathy.
Nichum Avelim
We are most profoundly griev-
ing over the passing of the late
Mrs. Dora Weichselbaum and beg
to extend to the bereaved family
our deepest sympathies.
In the Synagogue
We are most grateful to Mr
Markowitz a visitor from Farrel!
Pa., who donated a beautiful Pai
estinian Flag to the
synagogue
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TUTTLE GARAGE
35 S. E. 4th St. Phone 3-2912
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. EUGENE WEISS
Podiatrist Chiropodist ..
Mercantile National Bank Building
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office Phone: 5-6940
Residence Phone: 5-5601
A Local Jewish Institution Meeting a
Jewish Need
GORDON FUNERAL HOME
710 S. W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431
Orthodox and Reform Rituals Observed
A Service to Meet Every Financial Circumstance!
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY PASSOVER
ROBERT R.
TAYLOR. JR.
AND ASSOCIATES
of tho
COUNTY SOLICITOR'S
OFFICE
and also was kind enough to do
nate the wine for the Kiddush
Mr. Abraham Heiman donated
the Shalos Sudos this week and
on Shabbos Chal Hamoed the
Shalos Sudos will be donated bv
Mr. Jacob Saffer and Mr. Isaac
Colman will say Sivrei Torah
Rabbi Kellner will discuss the
Laws of Sefirah Days evenings
between Mincha and Maariv.
Rabbi Abraham Gluck will of-
ficiate at the alter during the
Passover Services and will lead
the congregation in sacred pray.
ers. A special prayer has been
added to the Services for our
country and government which
will be recited each Festive Day
in English and Hebrew.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
GREETINGS
COURT HOUSE
BILLIARD ROOM
Best and Biggest in the South
Billiard Room Supplies
Morris Bain, President
PHONE 2-7452
37-41 N. W. Miami Court
PASSOVER GREETINGS
y
DULANEY'S
MARKETS
"If It's Delicious
It's Dulaney's"
1407 Washington Avenue
411 Forty-First Street
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO OCR MANY
JEWISH FRIKNILS AND
PATRONS
$
BISCAYNE LAUNDRY
231 11th St.
Ph. 5-2954
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
DR. J. HOLDEN
BECKWITH
AND
DR. JACK
BECKWITH
EXODONISTS
IXGRAHAM BUILDING
MIAMI. FLORIDA
UMMIti
R t R O -I i AI
(IIA Ml
O < : D i t 1
MIAMI
NEW YORK
1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Serving The Jewish Community
Phone 5-7777
Extends Greetings
and Best Wishes for
A Happy Passover
Fifty years of experience
have equipped our staff to
S6' aJaenuiney sympa-
thetic and traditional service
always conforming to the
needs of Orthodox, donserva-
hTe and Reform Jewry. Strict
sssr r* rery iew-
CHARLES-
EDWARD and
MORTON
ROSENTHAL
ABEOSENBERG
Resident Mana*r
I



FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1942
v.Jenisti ncricfSan
PAGE THREE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HAHRY SCHWARTZ
Y W. H. A. Passover Tea this
Sunday Afternoon
Mrs. S. B. Miller, chairman of
the Y. W. H. A. Annual Passover
Tea, and her committee, have
everything in readiness for the
enjoyment of all the guests and
visitors who will attend this fes-
tival to be held at the "Y" on
Sunday, April 5th, starting at
2:30 o"clock. The following is
the program released by Mrs. S.
B Miller: Vocal Selections, Miss
Phyllis Shulman and Meyer
Greenberg; Recitations, Mrs.
Greenfield and Miss Lenore New-
mark. Mrs. Harry Breskin will
present a class of her dancers.
The principal address will be
given by Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y. M. H. A.
The "Y" In Defense
At exercises held at the YMHA
hundred fifty persons concluded
last Thursday evening, over one
their red cross course under the
guidance of Mrs. Joseph Schaf-
fer. For the past ten weeks, Mrs.
Schaffer has been instructing
many classes at the YMHA and
the exercises were in the nature
of a commencement. All the per-
sons present were so thankful to
Mrs. Schaffer for the splendid
work she has done that she was
the recipient not only of good
wishes, but of many fine gifts
from her students. Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
the "Y", spoke briefly and
thanked the students for their as-
sistance and offered the "Y" fa-
cilities to them at any time they
wanted to come here.
Bowling Banquet
To the Athletic Committee con-
sisting of Frank Rose, Al Reis-
man, Milton Friedman, George
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CURB MARKET
47 N. W. 79th St. Phone 7-9379
Rachlin and Al Berkowitz, a
round of applause for the splen-
did manner in which they
handled the Semi-annual Bowling
and Basketball Banquet which
took place last Thursday evening,
at Don Lanning's. In keeping
with the spirit of the times, de-
fense stamps were awarded to
all the players who finished in
the first, second and third places
in the recently concluded Bowl-
ing League. The following are
the final individual averages as
compiled by Al Reisman, club
statistician: M. Milstein 108; Al
Berkowitz 104; Hal Berkowitz
104; S. Weinkle 103; S. Levin
102; Abe Berkowitz 102; G.
Chertkof 100; R. Grossman 100;
Al Reisman 100; H. Schwartz 99;
Marvin Apte 98; A. Silver 98;
Hurry Apte 98; M. Streit 98; L.
Specter 98; L. Grossberg 97; S.
Seitlin 97; J. Wilson 97; G. Rach-
lin 96; H. Waitsman 96; P. Sil-
verman 96; F. Rose 96; J. Apte 95;
M. Cromer 95; Abe Winer 94; J.
Bcrmann 94; L. Margolis 94; S.
Kaplan 93; B. Schweitzer 92; M.
Fricaman 92; H. Moss 91; W.
Markauf 89; B. Goodman 89; T.
Bramson 89; M. Schwartz 87; C.
Hammond 84; and Al Rosenfeld
103; M. Mirelson 100; M. Budner
75. The following are the sub-
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PHONE 2-5835
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Ph. 26912 225 N. W. 1st Ct.
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Phone 3-1203 Inoraham BldQ.
Phone 5-0921 Mercantile Natl.
Bank Bldg.. 420 Lincoln Rd.
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MARINE INSURANCE
COMPANY
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FLORIDA GENERAL AGENTS
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES PH. 48-1708
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Contractors for Water Wells
Soundings
SPRINKLING SYSTEMS
Distributors of Deming and
Westco Pumps
288 N. W. 30th Street
Phone 2-5620 Miami, Florida
WE WISH TO EXTEND TO
OUR MANY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS THE HAND OF
GOOD FELLOWSHIP
THROUGH THE HOLY DAYS
OF PASSOVER .
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FISH COMPANY
26 S. W. S. RIVER DRIVE
PHONE 3-13*6
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JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
stitute?' averages: J. Kronenfeld
96; S. Newfeld 93; W. Segal 92;
H. Kamins 91; L. Laschower 88;
M. Blumberg 87; B. Boris 85; and
D Rosenthal 83.
Al Rosenfeld, for many many
years one of the most active
members of the YMHA board of
directors, was presented with a
little prize for making the most
advanced strides in the past
Bowling League. Al is resign-
ing from the board due to leaving
for Columbus, Ga., where he will
make his home. We are all sorry
to see you go, Al, and may you
and your family prosper where-
ever you may be and enjoy the
best of health.
Lefty Schemer was given a
special tribute for having won
the City Basketball Champion-
ship of the YMHA in his first
year as manager.
Lefty left last week for Jack-
sonville where he will play with
one of the New York Giants
clubs.
Bazaar News
This year's YMHA Bazaar and
Dance Festival will be held
at the Y. M. H. A. grounds start-
ing Saturday night and all day
Sunday, May 2nd and 3rd. Tick-
ets are now on sale. We urge
each and every one of you to co-
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operate with us to your utmost
by purchasing these tickets and
also attending and assuring your-
self of one grand time. There
will be pony rides for the kiddies
all day Sunday and many many
other features too numerous to>
mention at this time. Al Ber-
kowitz who is chairman of the
Ticket committee will most likely
be around to see you with his
committee soon. Be glad to help,
in defense and youth building
The work the "Y" is doing today
more than merits your support.
Next week further details.
News 'Round Town
Henry Hohauser, well-known
architect on Miami Beach, has
been made a Captain in the
Army and may be stationed at
the Miami Beach Air Training
Offices.
The regular bi-weekly Service
Men's Dance will be held at the
Y. M. H. A. on Saturday evening,
April 4th. Music will be fur-
nished by a W. P. A. orchestra.
Refreshments will be served.
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 14
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
PASSOVER
Jews celebrating the Sedar are accustomed,
as part of the ritual, to eat some bitter herbs to
recall the bitterness of their bondage in Egypt.
This year, there will be scarcely any need
for hundreds of thousands to call in the aid
of this symbol to vivify the bitterness of bond-
age. News dispatches this very week, for ex-
ample, tell of thousands of Polish Jews being
brought up to the Russian front to build the
trenches for the Nazi soldiers. Scores of thou-
sands of other Jews are enslaved in labor
camps throughout Europe and Asia and
scores of other thousands languish in the con-
centration camps.
We can well imagine that under the Nazi
whip the Passover festival must be decidedly
cheering. Doubtless many thousands of them,
though they have no Matzos nor any Pass-
over delicacies, will yet repeat the words of
the Hagadah. It will remind them that once
upon a time, a small minority in a great and
rich country which oppressed them, they yet
succeeded in emancipating themselves. They
will attain a new grandeur as they see them-
selves identified with these men who followed
Moses. They will see themselves with his-
toric significance. History will compose Hag-
gadahs to them for they are the martyrs
through whom all of us and the posterity to
follow must finally arrive at the Promised Land
of justice and righteousness for all.
Never before did the highest treasures of
man seem to hang so much in the balance as
it does this Passover, when the forces of evil
seem bent on making a final gamble in break-
ing down everything that thousands of years
of history have built.
THE FRANKS
Several months back the Saturday Eve-
ning Post ran an article by Judge Jerome Frank,
whose main purport appeared to be a plea for
understanding of the Jew. This was based on
feeling that the Jew is much like everybody
else and if people would only let him alone
he would, in the course of time, be completely
assimilated if not lost within the general Ameri-
can scene. The article was displeasing to
many of the Zionist school, in particular.
This past week, the Saturday Evening Post
ran another article on the Jews and this time
it was also by a Frank. But this time this was
the well-known literateur, Waldo Frank. His
article maintains just the opposite of what
Jerome Frank says. Waldo Frank's article
is called "Jews are Different."
On the face of it, one might say that Waldo
Frank proves much of what Jerome Frank
argued for. For the very facts that here two
Jews so sharply deny one another shows that
the so-called unity of Jewry is an illusion and
if there is no unity on even fundamentals,
how can they be said to be unigue or different?
But perhaps it would be wrong to dismiss
it on such a broad ground. Waldo Frank in-
sists that Jews are different and this difference,
says he, consists in a great Jewish tradition
of democracy, dating from Biblical days. It
was in line with this democratic tradition, says
Frank, that Christianity, originally of Jewish
sources, became a democratized influence in
the world.
Jews, concludes Waldo Frank, make a mis-
take when they think they become better
Americans by denying this tradition, and fur-
thermore, "the man who thinks to benefit our
country in its hour of need by wiping out the
loyal differences between us ignores the mean-
ing of democracy and whether he knows it or
not, is tainted by the false doctrine of our foes."
There is, no doubt, considerable truth in
this last statement by Waldo Frank, but didn't
Thomas Jefferson say it better? In a letter to
a Jew of his day, Thomas Jefferson wrote that
in matters of religion, the old political adage,
"united we stand, divided we fall," should be
reversed to read "united we fall, divided we
stand."
If we analyze that, we perceive that Jeff-
erson was truly voicing the democratic, the
American ideal.
Jewish Welfare Board
The occasion of the 25th anniversary of
the Jewish Welfare Board, of which the local
Y. M. H. A. is an affiliate, calls for the warm-
est and most cordial congratulations. For
the past guarter of a century the Welfare
Board has rendered valuable and effective
service to the American Jewish Community
serving men of Jewish faith in the armed forces
of the country, and maintaining effective lead-
ership of Jewish Community Centers.
Today, the Jewish Welfare Board has met
the challenge of great war-time responsibilities
and is living up to its own proud tradition. As
a member of the USO it is contributing in a
great service to the nation and to the armed
forces.
It is to be expected that the Board will
maintain its tradition of distinguished service
and that it will continue to meet the increasing
responsibilities of the present emergency with
the same high resolve that has marked its
work for the past guarter of a century.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tfMidiif, GxmpdejnJtlai
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
8996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COI-MAN A. ZWITMAN
S400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
First Day Passover Service
Thursday morning, April 2nd
11 a. m. Rabbi Zwitman will
preach on the subject, "Deliver-
ance from Oppression."
Intermediary Sabbath of Passover
Services
Friday evening, April 3rd, 8:15
p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach
on the subject, "This Night
and Other Nights." Saturday
morning, April 4th, 1942, 11 a. m.
Tuesday evening, April 7th,
8:15 p. m. Subject of the sermon,
"This Year SlavesNext Year
Free Men."
Passover Memorial Service
Wednesday morning, April 8th
at 11 a. m. The Yiskor Service
shall be held on this concluding
day of the Festival.
Sisterhood to Hold Annual
Election of Officers
Following a most successful
year in the annals of Sisterhood
work, the important affiliate wo-
men's organization of our Tem-
ple, is going to hold election of
officers at the meeting on Mon-
day, April 6th, at 2 p. m.
The Sisterhood sponsors one
of the most important projects
in our Temple's work, namely,
the Religious School, and all wo- Hodes: Marcia Sable, mother of
tary; Mrs. Frank Coret. treasurer;
and Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Joseph Hol-
lender, father of Dr. A. R. Hol-
lender.
Yahrzeits: Araham Schwartz-
berg, father of Mrs. Harry Med-
off; Simon Goldstein, brother of
Mrs. Ray Mendelson; Johanna
Bessie Miller, mother of David
P. Miller and Harry A. Miller;
Rose Hodes, mother of Stanley
the Congregation are
join the Sisterhood if
not as yet done so
men in
urged to
they have
hitherto.
The slate of officers to be sub-
mitted to the body, by the nomi-
nating committee, consists of:
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president;
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, 1st vice
president; Mrs. Maxwell Hyman,
2nd vice president; Mrs. Harry V.
Simons, recording secretary; Mrs.
Frank A. Perlman, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Men-
delson, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secre-
Mrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. Sam
Sable; Jacob Rubin, father of
Harry Rubin; Hirsch Sadowsky,
husband of Mrs. Golia Sadowsky!
father of Dr. Bernard Sadowsky;
Nathan Eisenmann, brother of
Mrs. Wertheimer; Harry Green-
field, brother of Charles Green-
field; Augusta Wronker, mother
of Herman Wronker.
Gift presented to the Temple
in memory of Dr. Hirsch Sadow-
sky.
Contribution sent the Temple
by Mrs. Ben Rich in memory of
her departed husband.
________________By PHTNEAS J. BERON-------------------------_
ABOUT PEOPLE
The reason why Senator Guy M. Gillette of Iowa did not
discuss the Struma tragedy on the Senate floor, as he had in-
tended, is, as we understand it, that the State Department ex-
ercised pressure on him, fearing that such discussion might pro-
voke anti-British feeling in this country Madagascar, which
Hitler is said to be envisaging as a huge concentration camp
for the world's Jews, promises to provide hot news ere long .
At least, the arrival of hundreds of German "tourists" is being
reported Are we going to be too late again? Daniel Arn-
stein, the Burma Road expert, has evolved a plan for using New
York's taxis for the transportation of troops in an emergency ..
He claims that if his plan is adopted thousands of taxis would
be available at practically a moment's notice The rabbis
who signed that statement denouncing the Jewish Army idea
and calling upon the Jews of Palestine to enlist in the regular
British fighting forces, are the same die-hardsexcept, of course,
for a few younger additions to their rankswho opposed the
U. S. Congress Resolution endorsing the Balfour Declaration over
a score of years ago Incidentally, the British colonial mas-
terminds in Palestine would not accept 30,000 Jews in the British
fighting forces over there, but would insist on putting them in
labor battalions .
TRANSATLANTIC
From England comes the news that a refugee from Nazism
to whom the British gave a new home has repaid this hospital-
ity a thousandfold ... An engineer, he has discovered a special
process for reclaiming steel from slag, and is now helping his
adopted country get hundreds of tons of extra steel each month
. From Holland, via Leonard Lyons, we get the story of a
recent address Anton Mussert, the Dutch Nazi, delivered in a
large hall in Amsterdam Arrangements had been made to
broadcast fifteen minutes of the pro-Hitler harangue through-
out the Netherlands ... So the Hollanders flocked to the hall
thousands of them, filling it to overflowing And as the de-
lighted Mussert began his speech they jumped to their feet and
started shouting "Heil Mussert" at the top of their lungsand
continued the shouting till the broadcast period was over with-
out a single word of Mussert's propaganda speech having been
sent over the ether ... .,._,_
ZIONIST NEWS
A stir and consternation was created some time ago when
a former president of the Zionist Organization of America pro-
posed, in all seriousness, that the United Palestine campaign be
omitted this year and the funds it would raise be collected for
defense work here The gentleman in guestion, who spends
part of each year in Florida, received a sizzling reply, which he
will remember for a long time, from Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver .
By the time you read this Dr. and Mrs. Chaim Weizmann will
be established in a New York hotel, as you may or may not read
in your daily paper, clipper arrivals being a military secret till
a day after landing here.' One of the most impressive and
interesting Jewish affairs this season will be the reception to be
given Dr. Silver on his return from England The Cleveland
Rabbi will have some sensational announcements to make as a
result of the conference he has had with British leaders in Lon-
don William Ziff, one-time adjutant of the late Vladimir
Jabotinsky, and author of "The Rape of Palestine"and who__
incidentally, is the most important publisher of aviation maga-
zines in this countryhas already made several flying trips to
England for consultation with aviation authorities, being re-
garded as an expert in that field ... An amazing conversion
and it looks like a genuine oneis that of Boake Carter, the
news columnist, who until not so long ago was earmarked as
not particularly philo-Semitic Carter is devoting an almost
disproportionate part of his writing these days boosting the Jew-
ish army idea and pleading for understanding of the Jewish
problem in the Near East.....
LITERARY DEPARTMENT
*wmj Bri,in is laboring under no delusions concerning the
possibility of a Nazi invasion this year is evdenced by the pub-
lication of an official handbook there telling the populace how to
C?Hy ?" 9uerilla warfare in case the need arises ... The author
ot the book is one "Yank" Levy, a native of Canada, who is now
an instructor in the British Home Guards Australia's war
regulations against sending money out of the country are help-
ing the American soldiers there have a good time ... All be-
cause Hose Franken's "Claudia", which recently closed a long
run on Broadway, is being played quite successfully down un-
aer, and Miss Franken's royalties, which cannot be sent to her
nere, are being turned over to a special fund from which Ameri-
can privates benefit Congratulations to New York's Yeshiva
college on the publication of its new album of Portraits of Fam-
ous Physicists, with biographical accounts by Henry Crew .
me album constitutes the fourth in the Scripta Mathematica
series of Pictorial Mathematics, which provides as painless a
WnaJr?K We ,nW f t0 get an idea of to h*t<*y ot mathematical
SSfP hJBlcal science Prof. Jekuthiel Ginsburg. who fathered
rSVST &r0)ect' deserves especial credit for the appearance
murh rl, TS \EmU Ludwia' ,he biographer, feels very
SmfLoJ7% ."vW that Moscow has officially corrected the
2UVS'" about his name When Kurt Ludwig was found
he7eyrP?^i N<5? Spy and fenced to a 20-year prison term
t'S7,.??w P0** featured toe story, but changed
mL *T. 2*i PoB*toly some Moscow scribe got the
mftLrJi, mber?na toat EmU Ludwig. the famous anti-Nazi
Genernl\tSl "9maI name was Cohen, is a first cousin of
General Much, the guiding spirit of the Nazi air force .
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MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat---------------5 P. M.
Sabbath and Pesach Service
At the Friday night Passover
service at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel
Bension will preach on the sub-
ject. -When the Devil is King."
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Cantor Lengyel and choir will
officiate. The closing Passover
Service schedule is as follows:
Tuesday and Wednesday eve-
nings at 7 p. m. On Wednesday
morning at 10:30, April 8th Dr.
Bension will speak on "When a
Jew Sings and Why." On Thurs-
day morning at 10:30 Dr. Ben-
sion will preach on "Shall These
Dead Live Again" a Yizkor Me-
morial Sermon.
Book of Life
A very beautiful and elabor-
ately decorated Book of Life has
been recently purchased by the
congregation in which all the
names memorialized in the Tab-
let and also all other names of
departed ones for whose memor-
ial their families may make ar-
rangements will be engraved.
These are the names which will
be remembered with the memor-
ial prayers on Yizkor. We urge
upon our members who wish to
engrave the names of their de-
parted ones to get in contact with
our Rabbi at once, this week.
Sisterhood Choi Hamoed Party
The Sisterhood is arranging a
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PHONE 2-5254
Passover chol hamoed party this
Sunday evening, April 5th at 8
p. m. Cards, bingo and mah
jongg will be featured. Pass-
over holiday refreshments will
be served by the hostesses. Ad-
mission will be a very modest
fee, only fifty cents. The patio,
social room, the Succah and the
garden will be made available.
All men and women are invited.
Mrs. Fae Simms is in charge of
the tickets.
Passover Community Sedarim
The Passover Community Sed-
arim were attended by upwards
of a hundred invited guests and
members of the Aviation Cadet
Officers Training School and
were impressive and enjoyable
affairs. Dr. Samuel Bension of-
ficiated and Cantor Josef S. Len-
gyel led in the traditional chants.
Harold Herman and Samuel
Frankenstein alternated in the
"Questions."
Passover Gifts
A beautifully ornated Charity
Box was donated by David Mil-
ler, silverware for the Pesach
sedarim by Samuel E. Bernstein.
A card party for the benefit of
the Center Passover Fund was
arranged by Mesdames Feldesh
and Olshen.
Installation of Officers
The installation of center of-
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Collins Avenue at 8th St. At the Fruit Mill
Miami Beach Phone 5-9386
ficers and directors was carried
out last Friday night immediat-
ely following the services by Dr.
Samuel Bension. Leo Robinson
read the list and president Fran-
kel responded. The wives of
the officers furnished the refresh-
ments for the reception at the
Patio. Mr. Harry Bodenstein
was the chairman of arrange-
ments. The list of newly elected
officers and directors was pub-
lished in The Jewish Floridian
last week.
Dances for Soldiers
The dances for soldiers are
continuing every Saturday night
very successfully under the joint
auspices of the Center Sisterhood
and the Center Social League.
Girls come by invitation only
and men in uniform are all wel-
come without any admission fee.
Spring Music Festival
The last musical event of the
season will be the Spring Festival
and Musicale under the direction
of Cantor Josef S. Lengyel on
Sunday evening, April 12th at
8 p. m. at the Center Auditorium.
Cantor Lengyel, Mme. Lengyel,
Evelyn Raff, Selma Einbeinder
and Edith Freeman will partici-
pate.
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Postal Bldg. Phone 2-2843
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W. A. KIRKHAM
JEWELRY &
OPTICAL CO.
Shoreland Arcade Ph. 2-4647
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1514 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-7469
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Florida Red Cross
Shoe. Inc.
445 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Robert Jacobson, Prop.
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JAMES DRUG SHOP
167 S. E. 1st Street
Phone 2-1779

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Acquaintances
WE EXTEND
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PLACING CO.
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE'
2226 N. W. Miami Court
PHONE 3-4920
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100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411
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ACE MATTRESS COMPANY
156 N. W. 5th STREET PHONE 3-2778
Sincere Passover Greetings
ILL
General Interior and Exterior
Painting and Decorating
1410 N. W. 28th Street
PHONE 2-8203
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO OUR .1KWISH PATRONS
AND FRIENDS
ROYAL
FULTON BAKERIES. INC.
6th Avenue and N. W. 7th St.
PHONE 2-3330
COMPLIMENTS OF
TRAYMORE HOTEL
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TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FIRST STATE
OF MIAMI SPRINGS
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
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Never Cover Charge
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Bilcirit Boulevard at Eighth Str
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T. W. MILLS
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ROBBINS
ROOFING &
SHEET METAL
COMPANY
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JEAN'S CANDY SHOPPE
For Tropical Fruit, Candies, Jellies and Marmalades
Made On Our Own Premises, at
212 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
WE SHIP ANYWHERE
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FURNITURE, ANTIQUES AND CURIOS
SILVER
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347 Lincoln Road. Corner Washington Avenue
A SCHORR, Representative
BUSINESS PHONE 58-1025
RESIDENCE PHONE 2-2503
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320 23rd Street. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9787
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
reflections
on pissiiei
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
tations is implied the thought that
even the most lowly is created
equal to the most wealthy, all
brothers in the service of God.
By exercising, at least once a
year, the freedom to partake of
a meal in the manner of the most
patrician, and by insisting on
this right for all, the Jews have
symbolized the equality of all
mankind.
All the ceremonies connected
with the first Passover, celebrat-
ed in Egypt, were designed to
instruct the people, much as the
entire episode today is used to
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instruct the young in the trials
and redemption of Israel. But
the modern Seder is very differ-
ent from the original Passover
feast. The Passover sacrifice is
no longer offered for no sacrifices
can be offered outside the Tem-
ple in Jerusalem. Passover has
now come to be a large family
party, celebrated in the home.
The name of Passover is retained
to commemorate God's passing
over the Jewish homes when all
the first-born in Egypt were
slain.
On the Passover table today
we find the shank-bone of a lamb,
and a roasted egg, as reminders
of the original sacrificial lamb.
There are also three cakes of un-
leavened bread used in the Sed-
er ceremony, to recall the hard-
ships of the Egyptian Jews and
their hasty departure which made
it necessary for them to take
sun-baked dough instead of ord-
inary bread for sustenance on
their journey. There are also the
bitter herbs and the "hareset"
or sauce in which these herbs are
dipped.
The unleavened bread is prob-
ably the most widely known of
Passover customs. In the few
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days preceding Passover every
observant Jewish home goes
through a most rigorous clean-
ing in which every bit of leaven
is removed, and the special Pass-
over dishes, which no leaven ever
touches, are brought out for use
during the holiday's eight days.
On the night before Passover Eve
the entire house is searched for
any remainders of leaven which,
if found, are burned on the fol-
lowing day. The entire atmo-
sphere reflects the excitement
and the spiritual significance
which the holiday holds for the
Jews. All of this helps to keep
the children aware of the ap-
proach of the holiday and pre-
pares them for participation in
the ceremony.
At the Seder, not only docs the
youngest child ask the four fa-
miliar questions, but, also, in
the early part of the service, the
meaning of Passover is taught,
and the way in which it must be
presented to the four types of
son: the wise, the wicked, the
simple, and the one too young
to askthereby assuring that ev-
ery Jew will understand. These
four sons are depicted in almost
every Haggadah.
The Haggadah is the most im-
portant part of the celebration,
for it records in detail the Seder
service, one of the oldest of Jew-
ish ceremonies. It includes many
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Service Station
301 S. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9471
SINCERE WISHES FOR
HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL MY
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W. CECIL WATSON
Clerk ol
Criminal Court
IT LIKES YOU
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ETHEL SCHAFER
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER
NOTARY
Associate Of
E. Q. RODGERS, Broker
237 Fifth Street
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PHONE 5-4812
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medieval folk songs used in the
service, and much Jewish art is
preserved in the early Hagga-
dahs.
The Passover celebration is so
significant to the totality of the
Jewish faith, with its emphasis
on a way of life of justice, free-
dom and faith, that it is gen-
erally believed that the coming
of the Messiah will take place at
the Passover season, heralded by
the Prophet, Elijah, on an anni-
versary of the redemption of the
Israelites from their bondage in
Egypt. For this reason an extra
cup is poured at the Seder feast
for Elijah and the door is opened
symbolically, to admit the pro-
phet.
Millions of Jews this year will
be unable to celebrate Passover
in the manner to which they are
accustomed. In war-stricken
countries unleavened bread may
be difficult to obtain, wine and
the joy of the Passover season
may be lost to the Jews of these
lands this year. Despite this, or
perhaps because of it, however,
the deeper significance of Pass-
over will be the more pronounced
in their hearts and minds. For
the ideal of Passover has more
far-reaching roots than man can
stifle. The preservation of the
Mosaic tradition is as great as
the universe itself and tran-
scends the political aspects of
the war. It involves the whole
of life itself and embraces all
of humanity.
"In every generation men have
risen against us to destroy us,"
hut the very survival of Juda-
ism is at once its proof and justi-
fication. It withstands the
shocks, and will again.....
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MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOPF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21at Terrace
Holiday Services
The' closing days of Pesach are
Wednesday and Thursday, April
8th and 9th. Services will be
held at 7:15 evenings and 9 a.
m. mornings.
"At Sea" will be the theme of
Rabbi Mcscheloff's sermon, Wed-
nesday morning. Thursday
morning he will speak before the
Yizkor services on the subject:
'Onward to Freedom." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant the
traditional prayers.
Congregational Meeting
Our congregation will hold a
regular meeting Monday night at
8 p. m. in our synagogue build-
ing. A financial report will be
tendered, reports on the various
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EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
76J N. E. 1st STREET
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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PAGE SEVEN
activities of our congregation
during the past year will be of-
fered, and many important con-
gregational matters will be de-
liberated upon. Every member
is urged to be present.
Sisterhood Meeting.
The regular monthly meeting
of our Sisterhood will take place
this Monday night in our Com-
munity Building. Reports on ac-
tivities will be presented by our
committee chairmen. A new
synagogue project will be pre-
sented for discussion. An enter-
taining cultural program is being
prepared. All members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.
Religious School
Our annual model seder was
held Tuesday afternoon in our
Community Building. Children
of all grades of our daily and
Sunday School classes participat-
ed. A new feature was the pres-
entation of a skit: "Setting the
Seder Table." Costumes and re-
freshments were supplied by our
Parent-Teachers' Organization.
Classes will be held regularly
Sunday and Monday. Letters of
excuse for absence from public
school classes may be obtained
at our office. These letters are
accepted by our school authori-
ties and children are excused for
absence from classes on account
of Passover.
Our High School Field class
which has been studying the op-
eration and functions of the vari-
ous Jewish agencies of our area
will continue its field work after
Passover, devoting this Sunday's
meeting to discussion of notes.
Young Judeans
Our Young Judean chapter un-
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
J. E. ZEVIN
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STROTHER PAINT CO.
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT
1006 FIFTH STREET
PHONE 5-4463
MIAMI BEACH
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOW-
SHIP AND GOOD WILL TO ALL
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
PERCY RICHARDSON
"STEAM SPECIALTIES'*
144 Palmetto Drive MIAMI SPRINGS Phone 8-2265
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Engineers and Contractors
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
FOUNDATIONS DOCKS GUNITING
BASCULE AND FIXED BRIDGES CONCRETE STEEL
der the sponsorship of Mrs. Anne
Slotsky is planning to take part
in an inter-city rally to be held
next month on the Beach.
Habanoth
Our Habanoth will celebrate a
Habanoth Seder with music, pro-
gram and entertainment next
week at the home of one of our
members.
IARRETT COFFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS AND PACKERS OF
COFFEES AND TEAS
507 North West Miami Court
Phone 2-2174
WISH FOR ALL THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY PASSOVER
SINCERE WISHES TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
Sherwin-Williams Co.
1M0 Alton Road
Phone 5-3359
Miami Beach
56 Wait Flagler St.
Phone 2-7443
Miami
A HAPPY PASSOVER
FROM
J. MAS'
PHARMACY
First and Washington Avenue
PHONE 5-9953
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DIXIE PIG
RESTAURANT
101 S. STATE HIGHWAY
PHONE 4-9337
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Sincere Passover Greetings
EAST COAST BAR
2830 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 3-9162
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SHORELAND
INSURANCE &
REALTY CO.
Successors to
Schultz-Hodo Realty Co.
Shoreland Arcade
Ph. 3-8681
ABOUT PEOPLE
Washington is beginning to ap-
preciate the need for a George
Creel in this war, and among
the people who are being given
a serious consideration for the
job is news columnist Walter
Lippmann who, we submit,
would be an excellent choice as
headman of all official wartime
information Henri Torres,
the French Jewish lawyer who
had to get out of his country in
a hurry when the Nazis came,
because of the brilliant defense
he had put up in the famous
Herschel Grynzpan trial, is writ-
ing a new book, with Hitler's
Darlan as the villyan Felici-
tations to advertising expert Ar-
thur Rosenberg on his appoint-
ment as chairman of the Commit-
tee on Public Relations and Re-
search of the American Business
Congress The Bluebird rec-
ord people are all het up about
a new Dinah Shore disc, in which
she sings words to Grieg's famous
Piano Concerto Out in Tren-
ton,N. J., Military Police head-
quarters the boys are always
careful to specify that it's Adolf
Hitler they're out to get This
because they have a Hitler of
their ownMaster Sergeant Paul
Hitler, a native of Brooklyn and
a Jew besides Sergeant Hit-
ler, incidentally, points out that
he has a much better right to his
name than Adolf, whose real
name is Schicklgruber Abe
Simon's bout with Joe Louis for
the benefit of Army Relief will
be a thing of the past by the
time you read this, so you'll
knowmore about the result than
we do at this writing But we
thought we ought to tell you that,
strange though it sounds, Abe's
military usefulness to his coun-
try is limited by a physical con-
dition: His hands are so huge
that he can't get his finger
through a trigger guard .
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PAGE EIGHT
FROM THE
SWIVEL
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William t^L
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What. No Horns?
The worst anti-Semites
was building a new nouse next
door. She didn't know he was
Jewishand he didnt tell her
when she started to comment on
how terrible it was to have all
these Jews building houses near-
by There ought to be a law
against allowing them." She
wanted to sell her house, she
said, because the new one was
going to be occupied by Jews.
The carpenter told his employ-
er. Mrs. Goldberg (which isn't
her real name.) Mrs. Goldberg.
1 when she moved into her new
house next door to Mrs. Soandso.
didn't have to bother with her
anti-Semitic neighbor: she could
' have ignored her But. you
know how it is when you buy a
house and you have neighbors
... So. Mrs. Goldberg decided
on a plan of attack.
The first day she was settled.
she sent her little daughter next
door with instructions to be es-
are I pecially careful of her manners
those who. strangely enough, and very sweet, to introduce her-
have encountered Jews the least self and talk to Mrs. Soandso
. Rare is the anti-Semite who
can say: "I grew up among
Jews." for the non-Jew who
comes into close proximity with
Jewish families discovers that in
most cases their home life is fine,
that they have a high degree of
about little things that go to
make pleasant conversation be-
tween little girls and young mar-
ride women The little girl and
Mrs. Sonandso became fast
friends.
A few davs later. Mrs. Gold-
family devotion, their habits are berg dropped in next door, intro-
temperate. they enjoy music, art duced herself as the little girl's
and education, and instead of be- mother, and pointed out that they
ing grasping, they are philanthro-' were going to be neighbors and
pic In short, the non-Jew that she would like Mrs. Soandso
who grows up among Jews is to call on her anytime she needed
rarely an anti-Semite ... He often any help or anything,
becomes a staunch defender of It wasn't long before the Gold-
Jews against lies that he recog- berg's and Soandsos were having
nizes to be the fabrication of un- dinner together ... A non-Jewish
informed or selfish minds. friend of Mrs. Goldberg, living
So. it is with pleasure that we across the street, soon after told
record a little Miami story, a Mrs. Goldberg, she had been
true tale of how one non-Jewish speaking to Mrs. Soandso and
family here discovered that Jews ; Mrs. Soandso had confessed she
have no horns. I was mistaken about Jews .
You know how women who Jews were all right,
stay home are: They have noth-; Mr. Goldberg and Mr. Soandso
ing to do sometimes, so they get go fishing almost every Sunday,
to talking with the first person together .
they can Thus, one fine day. Shades of Dale Carnegie! Each
Mrs. Soandso developed a con- of us can do our bit of anti-de-
versation with the carpenter who tarnation workeach of us can
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Jews have no horns.
Success
Letters from Miami Beach Ho-
tel owners indicate that they're
finding our original cartoon film
fills a long-felt need in internal
education Those who at-
tended the recent conference and
svmposium of the Florida ADL
office at the Alcazar Hotel, saw
the film just after it had been
completed.
Our guests were pleased,"
writes one beachfront hotel
manager to the Miami ADL of-
fice, "and in a subtle manner the
picture was able to instruct many
of them to help maintain Miami
Beach as a high class vacation
resort. Many thanks."
Another letter termed the pic-
ture 'splendid" and reported
that it was enjoyed thoroughly
by everyone present.
Indications are that the film
is accomplishing its purpose, a!
though physical limitations pre-
vent us from showing it in as
many places as we would like .
The ideal thing would be to show
it in every major hotel on the
beach at least once every two
weeks, so as to catch all visitors
. At that, during February.
the first month after the comple-
tion of the film, several thousand
visitors viewed it.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3. Ifu,
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GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami. Fla.
PHONE 4-3375
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
&27 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
LEGAL NOTICES
PMiftTIE ,S HEREBY GIVEN that
fillip Romer and Samuel Sussman
are engaged in business under the
r.eiitious name i.f HOMER'S (-'mm
CENTER-MEAT DEPARTMENT at
-.4. 41st Mr,-,-:. Miami li.-ii.-li. ]
and intt-n.l .,. v.^i-tur said fictitious
of the Clerk o" thS
Circuit Court of Dade County, i-\
PHILIP ROMER
SAMUEL SUSSMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOF1' WMn
;/Ys.?oV< W "
t9TK.E i8, HEREBY GIVEN that
S8k wwi
T"\Y FRIEND
GEORGE CHERTKOF 0w,,er
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nentti
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3-20-27 4,3-10-17 SoU Wner
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
HENRY R. CHASE
FIRE CHIEF
and
' ASSOCIATES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
CHRYSLER CORPORATION'S
Air
Conditioning
Installed in your store or office
attracts customers, increases sales
and personnel efficiency. Neces-
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sales advantages. Installed in your
home improves health, gives added
comfort.
ALL SIZES AND CAPACITIES
PROMPTLY AVAILABLE
CALL 7-4531 FOR PARTICLARS
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And Be Sure It's
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Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Products"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
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Viiit Our Farm at
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I'LL TUNE
OUT THE
ALKA-
SELTZER
fANNOUNCEMENT'
Ooufc-THATS THE MOST]
IMPORTANT THING
YOUtl HEAR TONIGHT)
-S\
Al TLLIONS suffer lev from W^a^K* Add Indigestion, Distress
m of Colds "Morning After" and Muscular Fatigue because they
have beardand believedAlka-Seltzer radio announcements.
To these millions, the relief obtained by the use of Alka-Seltzer
is worth far more than the genuine enjoyment they get from the
broadcasts.
The most important parts of our radio program, both to you and
to us. are the commercial announcement*. One* you have tried
Alka-Seltzer we believe you will agree with us.
But try Alka-Seltzer because It is an unusually effective medi-
cine not because you enjoy the radio programs.
_ WHY ALKA-SELTZER IS SO EFFECTIVE
The pain-relieving analgesic in Alka-Seltzer is in complete soln-
tion, ready to ease the distress as soon as you swallow it The
painrelieving action is made more effective by eJfceJfcM buffers
The alkalizing elements in Alka-Seltzer reduce excess stomach
acidity.
Get Alka-Seltzer the next time yon
pass a drug store.
Luge package *
Small package 304
Try a glass of Alka-Seltzer at your
Drug Store Soda Fountain.
Alka-Seltzer
ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
This label in-
sures your
health.
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inspected
Demand HI
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IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
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tori
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
E
FOR FIRST TIME
Calling for speedy and victor-
ious prosecution of the war, and
elimination of waste, Barney J.
Cohen of Orlando has tossed his
hat into the campaign for con-
gressman-at-large from Florida,
the fourth candidate to enter the
lists. Cohen qualified last Fri-
day, "at the insistence of many
of my friends over the state,"
and announced a six-point plat-
form on which he would conduct
vJewistftcrklgan
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY PASSOVER
$
Deigaard & Preston
Builders, Inc.
264 Giralda Avenue
PHONE 4-4014
CORAL GABLES
his race. He listed the other four
points as: Preservation of Ameri-
can Constitutional Government-
outlawing of strikes and lockouts!
by legislation, in war industries-
transportation and communica-
tions for the duration of the war-
mobilization of all resources for
the war effort, and extermination
of all fifth column activities.
The Orlandoan, who has been
auditor in the Central and East
Coast area for the state comp-
troller for the past six years, is
seeking his first state-wide po-
litical office.
He is, however, well known
for his activities in state young
democratic circles, in which or-
ganization he was a director of
the Orange county group from the
time of its organization some ten
years ago until 1940.
It was Cohen's resolution, of-
fered from the floor of the 1940
Young Democratic Convention in
St. Petersburg, that brought na-
PAGE NINE
tional recognition to the organi-
zation. He proposed that the
age limit for voting in the United
States be lowered from 21 to 19,
charging that if boys of 19 are old
COMPLIMENTS OF
B & B PARKING LOT
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
13th Street and Washington Avt.
MIAMI BEACH
Sol Brier, Manager
PASSOVER GREETINGS
VIM, VIGOR V VITALITY
MERCHANTS EGG COMPANY
1200 N. W. 22nd Street
BARNEY J. COHEN
enough to bear arms in defense
of this country, they are old
enough to have a voice in its
government.
Cohen has been particularly
active in welfare work in Orange
county and is at present chair-
man of the Orange Welfare
Board. He was a director of the
advisory board of Orange Coun-
ty Health and Welfare Association
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
*.
RICHARD "DICK" BERENSON
and Associates
BISCAYNE FRONTON
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
AMERICAN BREWING CO.
DRINK REGAL BEER
Prince of Golden Beers
PASSOVER GREETINGS
A. W. Clarke Hat Co.
926 N. W. 22nd St.
Ph. 28010
from 1937 to 1942, a member of
the Orange County Juvenile
Council, a member of District
Board No. 12, State Board of So-
cial Welfare and was an active
leader in the recent United States
Organization drive.
Cohen is also a director of the
Florida Congress of Democracy,
and a member of the speakers
bureau of the Townsend Clubs
of Florida.
He served as a member of the
speakers bureau of the National
Democratic Committee in the
1936 and 1940 campaigns. Cohen
moved to Orlando in 1929 from
Bradenton where he had operat-
ed a large real estate agency. In
1933 he was in charge of real
estate handled by M. A. Smith,
general liquidator of state banks.
In 1939 he joined the staff of Col.
Jim Lee as an auditor, and was in
that field until his recent resig-
nation to enter the campaign.
He married Dorothy Collman of
Sarasota in 1927. They have
three children, Morty 12, Allen-
Lee 8, and Jules 4.
BISHOP OFFERS USE OF HIS
CHURCH FOR JEWISH RITES
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
LEO AXLROD
AND FAMILY
During an Inter-Faith service
consecrating a recreation ground
and air raid shelters, the Bishop
of London expressed to the Jew-
ish representatives his sorrow at
the destruction of the London
Great Synagogue by enemy ac-
tion. He offered the use of a
church for synagogue services.
The Rev. Mayerowitsch thanked
the bishop warmly and informed
him that adequate accomodatlon
had already been found else-
where.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
i'
WILSON
ROOFING CO.
1690 Alton Road Ph. 5 3063
PA8SOVER GREETINGS
JOHN CARPINELLI
TAILOR
34 S. Miami Avt. Ph. 3-1347
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PHONE 3-2191
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
We have doubled our space by leasing the building next door.
Our kitchen facilities are enlarged, enabling ui to offer you
many more tempting, tasty dishes that are really DIFFERENT
.. Finest Wines and Beers.
AN EVEN GREATER SELECTION OF FINE FOODS THAT
MADE US AN EPICURE'S RENDEZVOUS
W Champagnes & Dairy Products ft Caviars
ft Imported Cheeses ft Hot Pastrami ft Corned Beef
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BISCAYNE
Chemical Laboratories
2307 N. E. 2nd Avt. Ph. 2-6191
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
IUDGE W. F. BLANTON
GREETINGS
GEO. E. BUNNELL. Inc.
CONTRACTORS
79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3
585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7
74M
2876
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BAUMGARDNER
U-DRIVE IT
It 8. W. 1st St.
Ph. 3-1901
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HENDERSON
HEALTH STUDIO
627 8. W. 12th Ave. Phont 3-22
We Cater to
Fihing. Church and
Bridge Parties
We Deliver
Phone Us For
Late Snacks
Delicatessen and Sandwich Shop
2328 ^NCE DE LEON BOULEVARD PHONE 48-1114
PASSOVER GREETINGS
BERNI HOTEL
204 BISCAYNE BLVD.
PHONE 2-7461
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
IT IH A 1'LEASl'RE TO EXTEND
THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP
TO ALL.
$
J. F. "FRITZ"
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
I
*
G. A. WORLEY
.
MORE POPULAR EVERY DAY
SOUTHERN TWIN-PUCK BREAD
and
BETTER-MADE CAKE
SEYBOLD BAKING COMPANY
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS
MIAMI BEACH


J>
PAGE TEN
pJe*U0> tltridian
FRIDAY, APRIL 3. 1942
ORGANIZATIONS
Al Gardner returned to Atlanta
after spending the week-end in
Miami

Sidney H. Palmer left Satur-
day night for a business trip to
.ngton. D. C.

Mr;. Bernard Greenstein left
Wi for Augusta. Ga..
where she will visit her husband
who is now stationed at Camp
Gordon.

Mrs Charles Rappaport and
daughter, Bosalyn. of New York
City, are visiting her brother and
. a-] Mi and Mrs Nat
Blum berg.

Bernard H. Frank, son of Mr.
PLAZA
THEATRE
S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH

Coming Soon
TWO DAYS ONLY
TUes. and Wed.. April 7 8
?ALL TALKING JEWISH
MUSICAL.....
r CANTOR'S
i SON"
starring
! MOISHA OYSHER
f fin his greatest role)
With Complete
English Titles
Plan Now To See This
Star-Srudded Musical!
and Mrs. M. B. Frank of Miami
l Beach, was inducted into the U.
S. Army March 16th at Camp
1 Blanding. Fla.

Mrs. Theodore Cohen of New
j York arrived Wednesday to
' spend three weeks with her
; mother. Mrs. Frances Stark, of
: Coral Ga: :

Mr. and Mrs. A. Grossman of
eth. N. J. are spending
holidays with their
r Mr. and Mrs. Mau-
rice Grossman.

Herbert A. Rosenberg, engin-
it the Panama Canal, will
rive by strat liner Sun I
Apri 5th to join his wh
hei '-:'
land Mrs. Louis Kraft

Mrs. Ida Rosenbloom, widow.
Rabbi Da-.. R nbloom. v
Montgomery, Ala..'
r the Passover holidays to
i visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. B.
'.: at their home. 500# Michi-
Ave., Miami Beach.

Mrs Rose M in n will have
r guesl for the Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Green-
:; C I t
Phil-
e, Ruth Br t-
f Detroit, ai
vice I
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DRAKE HOTEL
460 Ocean Dr.ve Miami Beach
Miss Margery Starke was re-
cted dean of Alpha Ep-
silon'Phi sorority at the Univer-
sity of Miami.
American Cadets now study-
ing at the University of Miami
be entertained by the Hotel
.., for the Passover Seder ser-
s .\ V ry '-able has been
in the main dining
room for them. Those invited
.,. cadets M. A. Weber P.
A F. Krause. H. Seltzer.
S I :. A. D. Shick-
M Kamm and M. Green-
field.

Mrs R : I Vixn an of New
rganization
: man of the Women's Divis-
::can Jewish Cor.
Bt the First
Annual Victory Donor Luncheon
which was held at the Grossing-
cr Hot : M : I : *he M
inization. This
so the anni i ary
.he third birthday of the
chapter. Ot'r :n l^e
program were Mrs. Sol Rosen-
bloom of New York City, honor-
ary president: Mrs M Kxieg-
er, president of the Miami chap-
t. r. welcoming address; Mrs.
;.: s '' scheloff, invocation:
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. clos-
ing prayer. Mrs. Louis Glasser.
ership chairman, gave a
I rii :' talk on membership. Oth-
er interesting features on the pro-
gram were a group of melodies
sung by Evelyn Raff, prominent
singer, and a patriotic tableaux
presented by Miss Charlotte
Frank and Miss Phyllis Glasser
under the direction of Dorothy
Lightman. Mrs. S. H. Lutsky,
chairman of the donor project
which was culminated at this
luncheon, served as toastmaster.
DEATHS
Mrs Rebecca Blumberg passed
away Thursday. March 19th after
! a long illness. She was a native
of Russia, but had lived in Sa-
ivannah for the past 50 years.
Surviving her are her husband.
Louis: three daughters. Mrs.
S Rappaport of New York,
Mrs. Murray Bracki-T and Mrs.
Esther Ryan of Savannah: four
sons. Natr. :;ami: Ben and
Morn- Savannah, and Meyer
I L s Ang( les. Funeral services
were held Friday. March 20th at
11 o'clock. Rabbi Irving Gordon
officiated.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 29496
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Bay State Paint and
Wallpaper Co.
2047 N. Miami Ave. Phone 3
0621
To All A Most Happy Pas.over
Williams Chemical Co.
Chemicali and Janitor, Suooliel
555 N. W. 5th St. Phone 2.6m
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Fnendi
and Patrons
LARRY MARKS S, CO.
37 N. E. 1st Aven.t
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ANN'S
COFFEE SHOP
1657 Meridian Avenue
PHONE 58-9390
Buv Victory' Bond? Today
This Picture absolutely will
.Not Be Shown in Any Oth-
er Greater Miami Theatre.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th St. Ph. 2-9335
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Norlea Apartments
CORNER BEDROOM APTS.
PHONE 2-9564
1228 1236 S. W. 7th Street
GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH
FRIENDS
Green Keyes -
Vanderpool Agency,
Inc.
General Insurance and Surety
Bonds Biscayne Bldg.
Miami's Largest General
Insurance Agency
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Mac's Auto Service
423 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 2-2593
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN EXTENDING BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY
501 Washington Ave. Phone 5-3922
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NORTH BAY
BOAT CO.
471 N. E. 79th St. Ph. 7-9598
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PARKEDGE
APARTMENTS
1436 Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-3915
WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO OUR MANY PATRONS
KOSHER PASSOVER PRODUCTS AVAILABLE NOW
CALL 7-1667
McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY. INC.
169 N. E. 62nd Street
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RED ROAD
LIQUOR STORE
2036 S. W. Red Road Ph. 4-9474
OPENING FRIDAY NITE APRIL 3,7:30 P. M.
(
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL RINK IN THE SOUTH
12 2 0
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
AT THE CAUSEWAY CIRCLE
ADMISSION35cPLUS 4c TAX
INCLUDES SKATES. FREE INSTRUCTION
FREE PARKING ORGAN MUSIC
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
STANLEY MILLEDGE
May We Extend Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY PASSOVER
AIR BASE CHATEAU
Lejeune Road Opa Locka
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
TO OUR MANY FRIENDS
MINNA LEE IMPORTERS. INC.
603 Lincoln Road Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER
CYCLE SHOP
7833 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-9373
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
It is a Pleasure to Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ISADORE WEINER AND ASSOCIATES
Formerly of Hygrade Food Products Corp.
SEASON'S
GREETINCS
$
SEARS ROEBUCK
&CO.
$
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
M. L. BAKER
Frieden Calculating Sales Agency and Adding Machines
120 N. E. 1st Street MiamL Florida
It Is a Pleasure to Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All My Friends and Acquaintances
VAN E. BLANTON
TANNER'S
"WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS"
STORK:
263 W. FLAGLER STREET
753 N. E. SECOND AVENUE ,,
1906 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES
WISHES ALL ITS JEWISH PATRONS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
!


i n-tmji Till",
FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
KING'S..g^^?
KOMMENTS isJil
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
This Passover season varied thoughts do bring
To all and sundry and especially King
For much this holiday does stand
The fight for freedom in the land
Freedom of speech, of belief, of thought
All over this is what is being sought
Many obstacles are in our way
Very careful be, what we do and say
Though King would like to tell
And to the housetops yell
The truth about these and those
Destroy false fronts behind which repose
The many which say much and work not
Or personally stand to gain a lot
But in these days and times
King must watch his rhyme
And even to a point must refrain
From expressing too much disdain
So dear readers on this Passover season
We pause to think and with reason
Desiringwith the aspiration
Of true freedom for this nation.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
KUBBY HOUSE
106 N. Miami Ave.
261 E. Flaglcr St.
Buy Victory Bonds Today
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT
WE EXTEND PASSOVER
GREETINGS TO ALL
*
RINK'S
LIQUOR
STORE
208 Coral Way Ph. 4-9325
PASSOVER GREETINGS
s & s .
SANDWICH
SHOP
1757 N. E. 2nd AVE.
PHONE 3-3401
DRINK MIX-KAY
A HAPPY PASSOVER TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
AUDIPHONE COMPANY OF MIAMI. INC.
Vacuum Tube and Carbon Hearing Aids by Western Electric
Developed by Bell Laboratories
117 N. E. 1st Ave1211-13 Security Bldg., MiamiPhone 3-3840
W. Palm Beach Office, 3800 Washington Dr. Phone 8592
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All My Friends and Acguaintances
LEW SEVIER
The Makers of That Good
ROYAL PALM CREAM
And Distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
ROYAL PALM CREAMERY
(Incorporated)
PHONE 3-865 5
TO ALL MY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
GEORGE S. O'KELL
IT IS A PLEASURE TO EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES
WILLIAM I. "BILL" PRUITT
AND FAMILY
fJewisti ncridian
PAGE ELEVEN
B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY HAS
MOST SUCCESSFFUL PARTY
More than $400.00 was realized
for Hillel activities from an af-
fair sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary Sholem Lodge B'nai
B'rith last Sunday evening. Close
to 500 people attended the gala
social. Chairman of the affair
was Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, assist-
ed by Mrs. Shirley Taplin, Mrs.
Barney Goodman, Mrs. Robert
Weinstein, Mrs. Sam Silver, and
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
SPECIAL PRAYERS TO BE
OFFERED FOR NATIONS
Dr. Hertz, Chief Rabbi of the
British Empire, is arranging for
special prayers to be offered in
all synagogues on April 2nd, the
first day of the Passover, for
strength and guidance for the
United Free Nations.
NEW MODERN SKATING RINK
TO OPEN ON BOULEVARD
Under the management of
Murray Rosenblatt, the Biscayne
Roller Skating Palace, Biscayne
Boulevard at the circle, will open
Friday night, April 3rd. The
building, valued at $90,000, has
been converted into one of the
South's most modern rinks. Air-
conditioning has been installed,
a terrazzo floor has been laid
and the walls are draped with
American and Pan-American
flags. Special nights for service
men will be featured in which
army and navy officials will co-
operate.
"We are proud to be the only
rink in Miami to install and pre-
sent a Hammond Electric organ
to provide music for our pat-
rons," Mr. Rosenblatt stated.
REST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS AND
PATRONS
MILLER'S PLACE
4*7 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-9540
PASSOVER GREETINGS
POP'S PLACE
600 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PASSOVER GREETINGS
AL. PFLUEGER
TAXIDERMIST
Mounted Specimens on Sale
'Largest Fish Mounting Plant
in the World"
1367 N. MIAMI AVENUE
PHONE 2-1424
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CHILDREN'S
CORNER
1849 James Ave. Phone 5-3849
MIAMI BEACH
To All My Friends and
AcquaintancesA
MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
RAY M. EARNEST
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EAST TWIN APTS.
871 8- W. 3rd St.
PH. 2-135
EMERGENCY SEDER FOOD
GIVEN TO BRITISH JEWS
The British Ministry of Food
has made arrangements whereby
the Chief Rabbi"s Kosher Canteen
Committee will be enabled to
obtain an appropriate supply of
food for use in the Passover
emergency restaurants all over
the country. Fifteen thousand
pounds of Matzos and 5,000 pints
of wine are in storage for the
Passover celebrations. The Ma-
jority of Jewish soldiers in the
forces have been granted leave of
absence for the High Holiday,
and arrangements for Passover
celebrations in the military camps
have been made for those who
cannot absent themselves.
The Federation of Czechoslo-
vakian Jews is looking after the
needs of 900 Jews in the Czech
armed forces stationed in Great
Britain. The Polish Jewish Re-
lief Fund similarly is looking
after the wants of the Polish Jew-
ish soldiers in Britain.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CLEM'S
GARAGE
2575 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 3-8845
PASSOVER GREETINGS
R AUCH'S
Department Store
460 W. 41st St. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-3530
To All A Most Happy Passover
Adrian McCune
REAL ESTATE APPRAISER
Security Bldg. Phone 3-7796
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NORTHWEST
FURNITURE CO.
77 N. W. 30th St. Phone 7-2427
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ROBERT
SUNDRIES
2020 Collins Avenue
PHONE 5-9361
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
JOHNNY & MACK
TOP & BODY SHOP
74 N. E. 20th ST.
PHONE 3-7681
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CARTER ROCK &
SAND CORP.
4194 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-7480
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
Iji
FLORIDA FUEL OIL.
INC.
950 N. W. 73rd St. Ph. 7-1663
SYRIAN JEWS CONFER WITH
NATIONAL HOME LEADERS
Delegates from the Syrian Jew-
ish community are now in Jeru-
salem conferring with approp-
riate authorities on the selection
of a Chief Rabbi for Syria from
among the rabbis of Palestine.
The Damascus community is
grcately encouraged by the new
regime under the Allied Govern-
ment. The economic position of
the community has improved
since it was taken over by the
Free French authorities. The
Damascus governor, it is ex-
pected, will permit a Jewish
medical staff from Palestine to
take charge of the Jewish hos-
pital.
Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps
and help win the war.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WEAVER WIRE
PRODUCTS
2715 N. W. 62nd St. Ph. 7-2644
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DR. T. L. LOWRIE
828 N. W. 3rd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
PASSOVER GREETINGS
7-11 CLUB
N. W. Red Roo Pnone 4-9451
PASSOVER GREETINGS
STAR CLEANERS
& DYERS
2343 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-235*
Sincere Passover Greetings
To Our Many Friends
SUNSHINE HOSPITAL
47 N. W. 32nd Place., Ph. 4-6952
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SCHOELL
METAL CRAFT
7100 N. W. 7th AVE.
PHONE 7-3452
PASSOVER GREETINGS
IDEAL ROOFING &
SHEET METAL CO.
824 S. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-1133
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
*
IIMMIE'S GRILLE
Bar and Liquor Store
MIAMI. FLORIDA
STEAKS, CHOPS
SEA FOODS
Specializing in Delicious
Charcoal Broiled
NEW YORK SIRLOIN
STEAKS
Prepared and Served to a
King's Taste
ENTERTAINMENT
DANCING
OPEN ALL NIGHT
3651 S. W. 8th Street
at the Entrance to Coral Gables



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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
MERIT COUNCIL
APPLICATIONS [NO
APRIL 8,12 A. II.
Gainesville (Special) The
Merit Council, serving the Florida
Industrial Commission and the
State Welfare Board, announcea
here today that the last date for
filing applications for merit sys-
tem examinations to be con-
ducted jointly by the two-agen-
cies will be April 8th, at mid-
night.
Applications must be filed, the
announcement said, with the
Merit System Office, Room 203,
300 W. University Avenue, Gain-
esville. Mailed applications must
be postmarked before midnight
of the closing date.
Application blanks may be se-
cured by writing or calling at
the address of the Merit System
PASSOVER GREETINGS
AMERICAN
FINANCE
CORPORATION
A. C. COURIC
819 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 3-3326
PASSOVER GREETINGS
lit
Puro Water Filter Co.
601 North Miami Avtriue
PHONE 3-8361
Sincere Passover Greetings
AUGUST STUDIO
OF INTERIOR DECORATING
PHONE 5-1024
Exclusive Drapery Work
and Slip Covers
600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Room 11
Entrance at Pennsylvania Ave.
MIAMI BEACH. FLA.
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179 WEST FLAGLER STREET PHONE 2-9521
office. No application will be
accepted unless upon the official
form.
According to the announce-
ment, examinations will be given
for the following 27 positions:
Clerk, Senior Clerk. Typist. Ste-
nographer. Senior Stenographer,
Principal Stenographer, Key
Punch Operator. Jr. Tabulating
Equipment Operator. Senior Ta-
bulating Equipment Operator.
Statistical Clerk, Statistician.
Senior Statistician, Chief. Re-
search and Statistics. Chief Ac-
countant. Chief. Personnel and
Training. Junior Interviewer.
Senior Interviewer. Farm Place-
ment Representative, District
Welfare Director. State Welfare
Supervisor. Supervisor Field Ser-
vice and Training. Child Welfare
Worker. Senior Child Welfare
Worker. State Child Welfare Su-
pervisor.
The minimum salaries for some
of the more advanced technical
and professional positions are
S240 per month. Employes of the
two agencies exceed 1,000 in
number.
Examinations will be held at
the following places, at a date
to be announced when applicants
are notified of their eligibility to
take examinations: D a y t o n a
Beach. DeFuniak Springs. Gain-
esville. Jacksonville. Lakeland.
Live Oak. Miami, Orlando, Pen-
sacola. Sarasota. Tallahassee,
Tampa and West Palm Beach.
OLD AGE PENSION
RECIPIENTS TO BE
REINSTATED
Dade County recipients of Old-
\ age Assistance who accept era-
plovment during the war period
will be restored promptly to the
.rolls when their employment
ends, according to announcement
I today of R. E. McDonald, chair-
: man of District Welfare Board.
In a formal statement, Mr. Mc-
Donald said: "The State Welfare
Board, realizing that profitable
'employment may become avail-
able to many Old-age Assistance
recipients as manpower is ab-
sorbed by the war effort, has ad-
opted regulations providing that
those who by working become
self-supporting will have their
names restored promptly to the
rolls as soon as their employment
ends. To make this plainer, they
will not be required to await
their turn in order to have their
case reconsidered and acted
upon."
He added that if earnings are
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134 N. E. 6th St. Phone 2-6497
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MANUFACTURING
CO.
Manufacturers of
WATERPROOF PAINTS
3180 S. W. 16th St., Phone 4-05S3
Miami. Florida
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640 Ocean Drive
MIAMI BEACH
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MIAMI PHOTO
& SPORTS
SUPPLIES
1327
Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 3-4933
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ILDOR PLAZA
810-816-820 Seventh Street
PHONE 5-9511
E. R. Tannenbaum, Miami Beach
It it a Pleasure to Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All My Friends and
Acquaintances
0. B. WHITE
60 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-4010
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and
BISCAYNE
ENGINEERING CO.
47 N. W. FIRST STREET
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S. ERNEST PHILPITT
and SON
Musical Instruments
36 N. MIAMI AVENUE
IT IS A PLEASURE TO AQAIN
EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
MARSHALL C.
WISEHART
YOUR STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
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LANDSCAPE CO.
Isle of Normandy Phone 6-1677
MIAMI BEACH
Dr. Charles Beckwitt
OPTOMETRIST
In Miami Over 25 Years
How often do you check your mil-
lion dollar eyes? Maybe your
Klasses are not Rivins; you satis-
factory service. L*t us find what
la wrong. Consult Dr. Beckwitt.
eyesight specialist. Laboratory on
premises.
36 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-7308
Sincere Passover Greetings
from
LEO HUBERMAN
NORMANDY
RESIDENT AND
DAY SCHOOL
1021 Biarritz Drive
PHONE 6-1061
MIAMI BEACH
To Our Many Friends and Patrons
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
FOUR SISTERS
HUNGARIAN
RESTAURANT
655 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-9709
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FORD SEPTIC TANK
COMPANY
1900 RED ROAD
PHONE 4-4012
not adequate to Pvlde fUPP'
during employment, a cash gran
will be continued to supplement
the earnings.
"State and district welfare
boards alike urge that no recip-
ient accept employment without
first being certain that he is( phy-
sically fit and that work will not
endanger his health," Mr. Mc-
Donald continued.
Winning the war is the first
duty and concern of every citi-
zen Mr McDonald concluded.
The purpose and policy of the
welfare agency is to make it pos-
sible for Old-age Assistance re-
cipients to do their par free
from worry as to later loss of
income resulting from the tem-
porary halting of their grants.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
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Industrial Equipment
& Supplies
147 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7-7775
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CHARLES
APARTMENTS
750 Pennsylvania Ave.. Ph. 5-4074
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W. F. SNYDER
Contractor
463 41st Street
Phone 5-1616
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MARION BUTLER
REAL ESTATE
1616 ALTON ROAD
PHONE 5-6409
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Where Every Meal is a Pleasant
Memory
PONCE DE LEON
RESTAURANT
M. FRANK, Prop.
Breakfast Luncheon Dinner
SPECIALIZING IN SEA FOODS
2309 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Phone 4-9130 Coral Gables, Fla.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
111
1620 N. W. 3rd Street
PHONE 3-639A
MR. and MRS. L. SILVERMAN
and the
SILVER PIT
Wish For All Their
Patrons and Frlenda
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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TEXACO SAYLES
SERVICE STATION
1101 S. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-9313
MAY WE EXTEND BEST
WISHES FOR A
HAPPY PASSOVER
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Farm from Registered Jersey Hard
FOR HOME DELIVERY
PHONE 4-2444
Ml LAM DAIRY ROAD
DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER is
HOME FROM LISBON, SPAIN
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleve-
land, Ohio, National Chairman of
the United Palestine Appeal, ar-
rived in London from Lisbon by
Atlantic Clipper on March 9th
and was met by Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, President of the Jewish
Agency. His stay was to end on
March 25th. He has conducted
a lightening tour of Anglo-Jew-
ish centers, addressing great ga-
therings in Glasgow, Newcastle,
Liverpool, Birmingham. Man!
Chester and Leeds. In Manches-
ter he was greeted by the non-
Jewish Pro-Palestine Committee.
While in Leeds a civic reception
was organized in his honor. He
made a final address in London
on the 24th.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CARLTON HOTEL
DINING ROOM
1433 Colling Ave. Ph. 56486
MIAMI BEACH
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THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
39 N. E. 1st Ave.
Phone 3-2517
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BEACH
BOXING
ARENA
49 Ocean Drive
Phone 5-4154
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LINCOLN
DEPARTMENT
STORE
1448 N. W. 62nd STREET
PHONE 7-9472
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DADE COUNTY
GROWERS
MARKET
1280 N. W. 22nd STREET
PHONE 2-9958
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CLARK
DREDGING
CO,
343 S. W. N. RIVER DRIVE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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ALDRITT
Electric Motor Co.
237 N. W. 2nd AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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FRIDAY. APRIL 3, 1942
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Centrera.tlon)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 P. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services-------------8:00 a. m.
Evening Services-
Saturday morning.
..7:00 p. m.
8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning....... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily------3:15 to
6.15 p. m. _____
Passover will be ushered in at
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
JITNEY BUS CORP.
901 Biscayne St. Phone 5-9676
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M & V STORES
1400 N. W. 3rd Ave.
Ph. 28955
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Williams Grocery
1526 N. W. 1st Place Ph. 3-9278
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ARTISTIC
BEAUTY SALON
Completely Air Conditioned
1151 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach. Fla.
TELEPHONE 5-5609
A Most Happy Passover
Angelica Uniforms Co.
S. Asher, Florida State
Representative
231 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 3-1659
PASSOVER GREETINGS
OVERSEAS
Transportation Co.. Inc.
236 S. W. N. River Drive
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Beat Wishes For A
HAPPY PASSOVER
To Our Many Jewish Friends
ACME
FAST FREIGHT. Inc.
S. W. 1st AVENUE
PHONE 3-8461
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LECHICH FLORISTS
528 Lincoln Rd. 200 N. E. 1st Ave.
Miami Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla.
Phone 5-6707 Phone 3-6404
Unexcelled Service by Two
Sisters and a Brother
PASSOVER GREETINGS
McArthur Jersey
Dairy Farm. Inc.
Ph J" N- E- 62nd Street
h0nt '' Miami. FU.
sunset, Wednesday at 7:15 o'clock.
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Max Shapiro the first two
days of Passover, Thursday and
Friday, April 2nd and 3rd, at
8:30 A. M. All traditional pray-
ers will be chanted by Cantor
Herman Marbein. The rabbi will
speak on the central theme, "Is-
rael's Four Freedoms."
Junior Congregation
Members of the Junior Congre-
gation will conduct services
Thursday and Friday mornings
at 10:30 Boys and girls will be
excused from school providing
they attend all religious Passov-
er services.
Sisterhood Card. Mah Jongg and
Bingo Party
The Sisterhood will sponsor a
card, bingo and mah jongg party
Monday evening, April 6th at 8
o'clock at Beth David auditorium.
Passover refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Isador Fine, presi-
dent, requests all members and
friends to remember the date,
Monday evening, April 6th, at 8
o'clock.
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I Wish to Extend the Hand of
Good Fellowship to My Friends
Through the Holy Days of
Passover
308 E. Flagler St.
Ph. 2-3718
TO JEWRY EVERYWHEREA
MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. AND MRS. A. W. HOOVER
AND ASSOCIATES
NATIONAL TITLE CO.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
H. C. WILCOX
GARAGE
2901 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-9166
Sincere Passover Greetings
SANDS HOTEL
On the Ocean at 16th Street
MIAMI BEACH
Private BeachSwimming
Cabana Club
Sincere Passover Greetings
ERNEST L. BRYANT
Official Reporter of the
Circuit Court
626 Court House
Ph. 3-6886
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SAMUEL E. PENTZ
ADJUSTER
2901 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
PHONE 4-9978
PASSOVER GREETINGS
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE
H. S. HAHN, Manager
Bonded and Insured Workmen's
Compensation
CLEANING SPECIALISTS
Chimney Floor Windows
1665 Michigan Ave. Ph. 5-5907
EXTENDING THE HAND OF
GOOD FELLOWSHIP TO OUR
H0,LEYNDD3AYSTH0RFUPGAHSS0V^
SHERIDAN
FOOD MARKET
415 W. 41st St.
Phone 6-7345
A HAPPY PASSOVER
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M. L MARCUS CO.
OFFICE SUPPLIES
AND STATIONERY
Prompt Delivery
Lowest Prices
41 Weet Flagler Street
PHONE t-1661
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BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
RE-ELECTS CANTOR MARBEIN
Cantor Henry Marbein was re-
elected to serve Beth David Con-
gregation as cantor at a Board of
Directors meeting held recently.
Cantor Marbein came here from
Brooklyn, N. Y. where he was
MIAMI BEACH ELKS HOLD
INSTALLATION APRIL 2ND
Miami Beach Lodge of Elks
No. 1601 held their installation
of officers Thursday, April 2nd.
Brothers selected for the forth-
coming year were Milton Weiss,
Exalted Ruler; Charles Oliver, Es-
teemed Leading Knight; Dan
Roth, Esteemed Loyal Knight;
Arthur Triester, Esteemed Lec-
turing Knight; Abe Schoenfeld,
Esquire; Sol Horowitz, Treasur-
er; Mayor Val C. Cleary, Trustee
for five year term and Joe
Huckle, Secretary.
Milton Weiss, newly elected
Exalted Ruler, has held all the
chairs in the lodge and has the
distinct honor of being the first
Jewish Exalted Ruler of this
Lodge. Dan Roth, newly elected
Loyal Knight, has held the office
of Inner Guard one year and
the office of Esquire for three
years which is the longest period
of time that office was ever held
by one person. Arthur Triester
is the immediate past Chaplain
and Abe Schoenfeld is the im-
mediate past Tiler.
Very appropriate ceremonies
were held and a large crowd at-
tended. Short talks were made
by the newly installed officers,
including an inspiring talk by
Milton Weiss, Exalted Ruler.
CANTOR HENRY MARBEIN
connected with the Hoboken
Jewish Center and the Ninth
Street Temple. He has had a
long and varied career on the
opera stage, making appearances
all over the world.
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PASSOVER GREETINGS
BIG DAVE'S
Rosedale Delicatessen
AND RESTAURANT
1437 Wash. Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-2051
Prompt ServiceFree Delivery
PASSOVER GREETINGS
J. C. WILLINGHAM
Service Station
1540 S. W. 22nd Ave. Ph. 4-9270
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
MANNING'S
FINEST AND LARGEST SEA
FOOD DINNERS IN THE WORLD
829 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
PHONE 2-9939
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Courtesy Service Comfort
Park View Apartments
N. Zuckerman, Manager
241 N. W. 3rd St.. Miami. Fla.
Bed Room Efficiency
PHONE 2-9525
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
The Board of Directors of the
Miami Section, National Council
Jewish Women, extend greetings
for the holidays to all our mem-
bers and to our Jewish brethren
and sisters everywhere.
Mrs. Monte Selig, Pres.
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MANY PROFESSIONAL JEWS
ENLISTED IN WAR EFFORT
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Venetian Shortway
Sedan Service
1133 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3800
PASSOVER GREETINGS
McAllister florist
"Say It With Flowers
But Say It With Ours"
629 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-3773
SINCERE
PASSOVER
GREETINGS
TAHITI BAR
and
PACKAGE STORE
244 23rd St.
Phone 5-3785
Sincere Passover Greetings
from
BOB MARTIN
MARTIN'S
DRUG STORE
7070 Collins Avenue
PHONE 6-2040
PASSOVER GREETINGS
LITZ, THE TAILOR
Ladies and Gents Tailoring
235 23rd Street Ph. 5-9547
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian-American Restaurant
134-36-38 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
PHONE 5-9031
Famous for its Real Italian Dinners
Steaks, Chops. Sea Foods, Pizza
Ravioli, Spaghetti
PASSOVER GREETINGS
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ft
Office and Plant142S 20th St-
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-7489
ABE POLICK
Managing Director
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MIAMI PLUMBING
SUPPLY CO
2169 N. W. 27th Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
S. Halperin Phone 3-4552
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE-
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
MR. and MRS.
MORTIMER E. WEN
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Jewelry
Luggage
Novelties
PROVIDENT JEWELRY
& LUGGAGE CO.
39 N. MIAMI AVE.
PHONE 2-32M
The well-known Anglo-Jewish
historian and man of letters, Mr.
Israel Cohen, stated in an ad-
dress which he delivered at
Droitwich recently that the latest
figures of Jews now serving in
the British forces were: 40,000
professed Jews in the British
army and 8,000 in the Royal Air
Force. It is known that there
are many more Jews who have
made no profession of their Juda-
ism in both forces. The heroism
shown by Jewish officers at Dun-
kirk won them 36 decorations
and mentions in dispatches. By
the end of 1941 two George
Crosses, six George Medals and
eleven British Empire Medals
had been awarded to Jews.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
RELIABLE
MATTRESS CO.
515 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 2-5693
PASSOVER GREETINGS
SNACK SHOP
7112 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7-7253
PASSOVER GREETING8
The Molka Reich Studio
19 S. W. 2nd St., Miami, Ph. 2-6353
Blackstone Hotel, Miami Beach
Drama. Dancing and Allied Arts
for ChildrenPublic Speaking-
Classes for Adults
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
MR. and MRS.
AUBY KEOSHE
Sincere Passover Greetings
VENETIAN
SKATING RINK
2790 S. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4-9174
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
TO ALL
RAYMOND A
WILLIAMS
Director of Dept. of Waste
and Shops
City of Miami
We Extend Our Sincere
PASSOVER GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Friends
and Customers
THE BLUE DERBY
7th AVE. and THE TRAIL
FINE BREAKFASTS
DELICIOUS LUNCHES
SUPERB DINNERS
COURTEOUS CURB SERVICE
PHONE 2-9316
Wishing To All Jewish Citizens
A HAPPY PASSOVER
WALKER
Casket Co.
143 N. E. MIAMI PLACE
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vjewist noridton
FRIDAY, APRIL
3. 1942
i ., .-ra rnnrftTIONAL HEAD SOMERS URGES U. S. TO AID PELLEY DISCONTINUES^
NAZIS SEND REFUGEES INTO GOVERNMENT ISSUES NEW | AZA 1 JEWISH ARMY FORMATION ANTI SEMITIC MAGAZINE
MUNITIONS FACTORIES
London (WNS)Nazi authorit-
ies in occupied France have be-
gun to employ hundreds of East-
ern European Jewish refugees
PAMPHLET ON HITLER' AIMS |
Washington (WNS) The Of-
ice of Facts and Figures has pre-
pared a special pamphlet, Divide
and Conquer," tracing the Nazi
in Nazi-run munitions factories ; methods of disrupting the nation-
in the hope that the presence of
helpless Jewish refugees will
bring a halt to the intensive RAF
bombings of Nazi armament
plants in occupied France.
These sources said that the Na-
zis have already transported
about 45.000 refugees from East-
ern Europe, most of them Jew-
ish, to occupied France for em-
ployment in the Nazi war fac-
tories.
At the same time. "Free
French" officials reported that
many French victims of recent
RAF air attacks had rejected
Nazi offers of compensation for
damages. The nazis had offered
al unity of enemy nations and
describing Hitler's plans to weak-
en the morale of the American
people. The pamphlet will soon
be available for national distri-
bution.
Describing the steps taken by
Nazi agents to "soften" France.
Norway, Belgium. Austria. Hol-
land. Czechoslovakia and Poland
preparatory to an invasion by
; Nazi armed forces, the govern-
ment pamphlet warns:
"The United States is still in-
tact, but Hitler hopes to des-
troy that unity, physically and
mentally. All his tricks are now
being directed against us. Our
^compensate French^victims Job today is one of individua
awareness, in order to avoid fall-
ing into the Hitler trap."
to
with funds raised through the
sale of confiscated Jewish pro-
perty. Rather than accept this
money, the "Free French" said, .
Frenchmen refused to apply for NAZIS EDUCE 1EAD DOLE
compensation.
PITTSBURGH MOTHER GIVES
HER FOUR SONS TO NATION
TO JEWS; TAKE MOST FOOD
Geneva (WNS)The Nazi Gov-
ernment has ordered the present
bread rations for Jews in Ger-
many and Austria reduced by
one third, the German press re-
ported this week. The new de-
cree becomes effective April 6th.
Under existing regulations, Jews
Pittsburgh (WNS)One of the
proudest mothers in Pittsburgh
is Mrs. Anna Schreba. an immi-
grant from Austria, who has four
sons fighting for democracy in
America's armed forces. Mrs. | mav purchase two pounds of
Schreba was the first mother in : brcad weekly.
this city to be presented with the The new regulation is particul-
4-Star Emblem of Honoran \ arly severe since German Jews
award presented to mothers who have been forbidden to buy any
Washington (WNS) Andrew Washington (WNS)-The Gal
Somers of New York called j llean, notorious pro-Nazi and an
upon the American government
Hi is week to aid in the establish-
ment of a Jewish Army in the
Middle East. Speaking before
the House, Rep. Somers stressed
that the current war situation
required the immediate mobiliza-
tion of all available manpower.
A long-time advocate of a
Jewish Army, the New York Con-
gressman suggested that Presi-
dent Roosevelt appoint an Ameri-
can general to explore possibili-
ties leading towards the immed-
iate organization of a Jewish
Army which will fight under the
banner of the United Nations in
Palestine or elsewhere in the
Middle East.
MRS. ROOSEVELT BLASTS
RACIAL PROPAGANDA
Wellesley, Mass. (WNS) A
Isadore Cooperman of New strong dcnonciation 0f propagan-
York who ^ has been appointed | da a)ong racia, lines cijmaxed
the address of Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt at a Wellesley College
forum here. Mrs. Roosevelt told
the 1.500 students present that
racial propaganda "must not"
be tolerated.
national educational director of
Aleph Zadik Aleph. B'nai Brith
youth organization.
DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN TO
BE IN U.S. WITHIN FEW DAYS
have four sons in service.
Mayor Scully presented the
award to the Jewish mother at
appropriate ceremonies in City
Hall. Mrs. Schreba has two
sons stationed at Hawaii, a third
is serving with the Marines at
San Diego, and the fourth is an
Army Sergeant at Fort Ord, Cali-
fornia.
meats, eggs. milk, fresh fruit,
butter, fats and most vegetables.
Their present diet consists mostly
of watery soups and bread. In
Nazi-occupied Poland, Jews are
not permitted to buy anything
but very limited amounts of
bread and sugar.
STAFF SERGEANT LEVY IS
NOW JEWISH WAR HERO
Staff Sergeant Levy of the
South African forces, who was
killed on active service in Abys-
sinia, is now reported to have
been buried in the Falasha Jew-
ish Cemetery at Diredawa. Fa-
lasha (Abyssinian) Jews from far
and wide attended the funeral.
The body was covered with a Fa-
lasha praying shawl and the Bri-
tish and Abyssinian flags.
BRITISH JEWS SHARE SMALL
SUPPLY OF SEDER MATZOS
London (WNS) The Jewish
community of Great Britain, con-
fronted with a shortage of mat-
zos as a result of the war. ob-
served its third war-time Pass-
over by sharing the limited sup-
ply available. News of the mat-
zos shortage was disclosed when
the Beth Din, the rabbinie.il
council, called upon rabbis all
over the country to arrange for
distribution of matzos to all Eng-
lish Jews.
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. president of the Jew-
ish Agency of Palestine and of
the World Zionist Organization,
was expected to arrive in the
United States within the next
few days by American Zionist
leaders here. Dr. Weizmann had
originally planned to come to
America early last month but
cancelled his plans when his
younger son. a lieutenant in the
RAF. failed to return from a
patrol assignment..
For Victory
New York (WNS) Abraham
Herman, merchant and Jewish
leader, was re-elected president
of the Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society at a meet- i
ing here. i
ti-Scmitic publication" 0f "1?
iam Dudley Pell, v. one tW
leader of the Silver shirts, S
be discontinued, it was announce
The decision came after Fed
eral post office officials ordemi
Pelley to submit the magazine]!
Washington for censorship be
fore mailing. Policy wno '
recently sentenced to two yean
in prison for violating security
laws of North Carolina and I
now out on bail, declared that
publication would be resumed
at a "more auspicious" odd
tunity. Kl^
This is the second magazine to
be discontinued by Pelley, the
first one being the Roll Call which
was dropped after America's en-
try into the war.
BUY U.S.BONDS
AND STAMPS
JEWISH CONGRESS HOLDS
WAR EMERGENCY CONFAB
Ne wYork (WNS)-A war em-
ergency conference in Chicago on
May 16-17-18, in place of the an.
nual convention of the American
Jewish Congress, will devote it-
self to a discussion of the funda-
mental issues now confronting
the Jewish people, with a view
to arriving at decisions which
will make it possible immediat-
ely to organize for the rehabili-
tation of Jewish life at the end
of the war, it was announced this
week.
Announcement of the war con-
ference was made by Dr. Stephen
S. Wise, president of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress. Delegates
from every section of the coun-
try are expected to take part in
the sessions, which will be held
at the Sherman Hotel. The con-
ference, the first of its kind held
in the Midwest in the 25-year
history of the American Jewish
Congress, is expected to take on
the color of the first American
Jewish Congress of World War I.
B'NAI BRITH HELPS BUILD LOYALTY TO JEWISH HERITAGE THROUGH WIDESPREAD YOUTH
COMMUNITY SEDERS AND PASSOVER FOOD COLLECTIONS
Do the membera of YOUR family ny this?
- If not, perhaps It is because you have never given Alka-Seltze*
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All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer are
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icine cabinet; If It Is not, It won't cost you a penny. We will refund
the purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied.
Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than
you think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded
\VTk covers its use In all conditions listed be-
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Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heart-
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Alka-Seltzer
fare agencies. Top Right: One of the ^ ,'"'
Scope tJFsSS SSTsh"? *','""' ZM?k
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g contributed this year, as always, by the 450 chap-
throughout the country through local Jewishi wet
I annually sponsored by the B'nai Brith rime
cannot go home for Passover. Center: This ye*
are again to be guests of Hillel at Passover func-
"up s,der as part of AZA's year-round *&%
Alenh are part of the national B'nai B'rith Wid
ai Brith sponsored a sedar Thursday evening
ty of Miami.


FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1942
*Jewisti RcridUan
PAGE FIFTEEN
| N.R.S. HELPS LOYAL ALIENS BECOME LOYAL AMERICANSWITH U.J.A. FUNDS
Willi die United Stalts at war, (m-dom-loving
refugees from NaziMii who ha\e found haven
here are eager lo do their hitand the National
Refugee Service is helping them to help their
new country. The N.R.S. is one of the three con-
MitUenl agencies supported by the United Jew-
ish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and
Palestine, which also raises the funds for the
Joint Distribution Committee and the Unitco
Palestine Appeal. In a typical American rom<
munity a representative of N.R.S. is shown con-
ferring with a local refugee aid committee (top
left) on aiding refugees to meet their wartime
obligations. English courses and Americaniza-
tion programs sponsored l>y N.R.S. (top right)
arc more crowded than ever this year. A refugee,
now a U. S. soldier, gels advice at N.R.S. head-
quarters (holtom) on helping his mother to join
him in America.
The N. R. S. is a participating agency of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
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H. GRADY MANNING. Founder
DEATHS
Hyman Rand, a resident of Mi-
ami for the past five years, died
at his home Sunday. He is sur-
vived by his widow, Jennie; two
sons, Samuel Rand of Miami and
Irvin of Newark; a daughter,
Mrs. Elsie Feibush of Summit,
N. J.; two brothers and a sister.
The body was sent to Newark for
burial.

Funeral services for Samuel
Merson who died at" his home
were held Tuesday. He leaves
his wife, Bertha; three daughters,
Selma, Henrietta and Mrs. Frank
Perlman, and a grandchild, all of
Miami. Burial took place in
Graceland cemetery.

Funeral services were held
Tuesday for Joseph Hyman
Scheinberg, 13-year-old son of
Pincus Scheinberg, who passed
away Tuesday morning in a Mi-
ami hospital. A native of Miami,
Joseph was a student at Shenan-
doah Jr. High school. He also
leaves a sister, Miriam. Burial
took place in Miami Jewish
cemetery.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Isador Shapiro will leave
for Augusta, Ga. Saturday after
a weeks visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Wallerstein.

Miss Ida Englor will leave Sun-
day for Washington, D. C. after
spending the holiday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Englcr.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. Leo Rader was hostess at
the Beth Israel card party held
Sunday night at Schwartzberg
Hall.
Mrs. Z. H. Lapidus left for her
home in Norfolk. Va.
Ira Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Levin is at Camp Blanding
awaiting assignment to his unit.
Mrs. Joe H. Lesser is visiting
with relatives in Rome, Ga.
SPANISH POLICE ARREST
HUNDREDS OF JEWS. REPORT
Istanbul (WNS)Spanish po-
lice have arrested hundreds of
Jews in surprise raids on Jewish
homes and enterprises in Bar-
celona, the Nazi radio reported
this week. The arrested Jews
were formally charged with hav-
ing fought with the Loyalists in
the Spanish civil war and with
continuing their anti-Fascist ac-
tivities. The report added that
the Jews will be given the death
sentence if found guilty by a
special Fascist tribunal.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedom
PASSOVER GREETINGS
HANNAH VILLA
APARTMENTS
650 Euclid Ave.
Phone 5-7785
SCORES OF ITALIANS ARE
OUSTED FROM FASCISTS
Geneva (WNS)A number of
prominent members of the Italian
Government have been expelled
from the Fascist Party because
of their pro-Jewish sympathies,
it was reported this week by the
Fascist newspaper "Popola Ital-
ia." The expulsions took place
in Milan, Naples, Turin and Gen-
oa. The ousted officials were ac-
cused of having sabotaged the
Fasicst anti-Jewish program and
of having adopted a "defeatist"
attitude with regard to the solu-
tion of the "Jewish Question."
PASSOVER GREETING?.
JERRY'S FISHING
TACKLE SHOP
1307 N. Bayshore Dr. Ph. 2-9322
PASSOVER GREETINGS
E AT ABITE
SANDWICH SHOP
1145 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-9361
PASSOVER GREETINGS
Dorann Apartments
1244 Pennsylvania Avenue
PHONE 5-9178
Moritz M. Drucker and Family of
DRUCKER'S
J- E W E L E R
1053 Washington Avenue
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A
HAPPY PASSOVER
PHONE 5-3774
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CORAL GABLES
Machinery Exchange
4101 S. Dixie Highway, Ph. 4-4522
PASSOVER GREETINGS
MAISON ALEXANDER
SLIP COVERS
763 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-774
PASSOVER GREETINGS
ALTON COURT HOTEL
1671 Alton Court
Ph. 5-7591
PASSOVER GREETINGS
DAN I. ABBOTT
ELECTRIC
186 N. E. 20th St.
Ph. 3-6294
SHE THIS
PAPER
IT'S WANTED FOR
VICTORY
save! too
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OLD RUBBER
OLD RAGS
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PAGE SIXTEEN
*-JmistnoridiarT_
FRIDAY, APRIL
B'nai B'rith
Notes
BY AL GREEK
A very serious and important
meeting of the membership com-
mittee, headed by Brother Har-
old Turk, was held at the White
House Hotel, Sunday.
The meeting, attended by over
forty members, was addressed by
Lawrence Schlecter, prominent
New York attorney and lecturer.
Mr. Schlecter, an old friend of
Brother Sol Goldstrom, gave an
interesting account of the life
of Brother Goldstrom who, by the
way, now carries the title of col-
onel.
Reminiscing about the colonel's
early life in Salt Lake City, Mr.
Schlecter informed us that Sol
was probably the first Jewish
cowboy in the west, having lived
on a ranch for several years af-
ter his arrival in Utah. Final-
ly, in Omaha, Nebraska, while |
still quite a young man, Sol to-
gether with a handful of other
Jews in his community, founded
the local chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Schlecter further pointed
out that Colonel Goldstrom's
contribution as a Ben B'rith is
the fact that he exemplified the
finer relationships between Jew
and Gentile. Brother Goldstrom
being actively associated with
both types of organizations, un-
flinchingly devotes his time to
the activities of each organiza-
tion.
After this inspirational talk, we
were addressed by Brother Har-
old Turk, who gave us a two-
fisted fighting talk on what B'nai
B'rith means to the member.
Certainly after listening to the
verbal fighting words of the
morning's program, everyone
TO ALLA MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
HECTOR SUPPLY COMPANY
LAWN AND GARDEN SUPPLIES
FERTILIZER
235 South Miami Avenue Phone 2-0541
PATRICK McCARL
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
"HOMES OF DISTINCTION"
MIAMI FLORIDA
May We Extend Best Wishes lor a Happy Passover
JOSEPH B. SIRGANY
LINENS
440 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-6581
It is a Pleasure to Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
LEWIS C. WAGNER
SINCERE PASSOVER GREETINGS
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
SENATOR HOTEL
1201 Collins Avenue Phone 5-3396
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EARL V. WILSON CO.
BROKERS
1220 S. Miami Avenue Phone 3-5724
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
NORMANDY PLAZA HOTEL
6979 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
It ia With Great Pleasure That We Again Extend
PASSOVER GREETINGS TO ALL
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
Forms for Every Business Purpose
The Reliable Source for Printed Forms
TELEPHONE 4-4240
present felt that they could go
out and get at least 200 new mem-
bers. When you obtain a new
member, please call Brother
Harold Turk or the B nai B nth
office The initiation class named
Si honor of Brother Sol Goldstrom
will be held on April 14th at the
Miami Beach Elk's Club.
Every Jew should be a Ben
B'rith. It is the only organiza-
tion powerful enough to repre-
sent the Jew in the world today.
Our organization not only repre-
sents the Jew in his fight against
anti-Semitism but it is also a
force in keeping our own people
in line. For this reason alone,
besides our other activities in
Hillel, Student Union and Civil-
ian Defense, every male Jew ov-
er the age of 21 should become a
member.
It also offers the Jew an op-
portunity to be a good American
by joining in our Civilian De-
fense Organization.
The "on again, off again stag
which has been announced sever-
al times, is finally "on again.'
Brother Pallot who has had a
great deal of trouble in locating
a place has announced that the
stag is now definitely planned for
the Shrine Hall at Biscayne
Boulevard at the Circle, for April
21st. More details later.
Unanimously, everyone who at-
tended Sunday night's social,
sponsored by the Ladies Auxil-
iary at the Latin Quarter, voiced
their approval of the affair. It
was probably the finest social
ever given by either the local
men's or women's Lodge. Suc-
cessful not only because of en-
joyable entertainment, but also
definitely a financial success for
PASSOVER GREETINGS
THE FLOWER POT
2308 S. W. 8th St.
Ph. 48-1010
PASSOVER GREETINGS
FAIRVIEW APTS.
1205 Meridian Ave. Ph. 5-9065
MIAMI BEACH
PASSOVER GREETINGS
EDDIE'S TIRE SHOP
1501 N. Miami Ave. Ph. J.0473
A MOST HAPPY PA6S0VER
Miami Beach Chemical Co.
ANCHOR BRAND PRODUCTS
Hotel. Janitor, Sanitary Supplica
Deodorants, Diainfectanta
PHONE 5-4353
824 lit St. Miami Beach
ROWLAND P. EVANS
PASSOVER GREETINGS
KATZIF'S GROCERY
378 N. W. 8th St. Phone 2-9700
PASSOVER GREETINGS
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
PASSOVER GREETINGS
PHONE 5-4063
IRVIN'S
CHICKEN IN THE ROUGH
RESTAURANT
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
441 41st Street Miami Beach
3,19(1
fetartt of our ,ocal H^
A great deal of praise h L
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs aj p ,
lot and Mrs. Robert Weinstfin'
their hard work in ?&
affair over. This should e^
ly be an annual event n
social calendar. n *
SINCERE WISHES FOR a
HAPPY PASSOVER
CROSS DISPLAY
SERVICE
1321 S. W. 40th Avenu,
Phone 4-2914 Coral Q.bm
PHONE 5.7111
ENFIELD'S
CAMERA
SHOP
Corner Washington Avenue
40 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH, FLA.
HAPPY PASSOVER
THE BLACKSTONE
MIAMI BEACH
It ia a Pleasure to Extend Sincere Wishes for A
HAPPY PASSOVER
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
To Jewry EverywhereA Moat Happy Passover
HARRY KORETZKY & SON
NATIONAL HOTEL
1677 Collins Avenue Phone 5 5351
Sincere*)! Greetings for A Happy Passover
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEER
1213 Congress Building
PHONE 2-4958
MAY WE EXTEND SINCERE GREETINGS
TO JEWRY EVERYWHERE
WOFFORD
2400 Ocean Drive
HOTEL
Miami Beach
MR. and MRS.
RUBIN FEINBERG
of the
FRED MARTIN APARTMENTS
Extend to Jewry Everywhere
BEST WISHES FOR
A MOST HAPPY PASSOVER
PASSOVER GREETINGS
*
GIFT SHOP
11804 Biscayn* Blvd.
PHONE 7.&M
IT IS WITH PLEASURE THAT WE EXTEND
PASSOVER GREETINGS
H. L. ROBERTSON
PLUMBING AND HEATING
1369 N. Bayshore Drive
Phone 2-6184
PASSOVER GREETINGS
NATHAN STRAUS-DUPARQUET. INC.
OF FLORIDA
1100 N. E. Second Avenue
SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS. RESTAURANTS. CLUBS.
HOSPITALS. COLLEGES AND INSTITUTIONS
OF FLORIDA
MARY M. BLACK
RESIDENT AND DAY
SCHOOL
Wishes You and Yours a Year of Health and Prosp***
Open All Year for Boys and Giris 3 to 12 Years.
Supervised Play, Picnics and Beach Tripe-
Phone a-$5i7 tcs 8. W. rourth t~ MismL Fla.