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The Jewish Floridian ( April 17, 1942 )

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£ Jewish Floridiar BUY UNITED ITATFI ONDS VOLUME 15—No. 16 |% Qo**imNe rihe Jewish (Umalty *9 ICTORY BUY MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1942 ELGIflW GOV'T PLEDGES END DE JEW INJUSTICES London (WNSi — Premier Hubert Pierlot of the Belgian government-in-cxile this week has pledged the re-establishment in post-war Belgium of the principle of "freedom and equality for all" and extended assurances that an Allied victory would end injustices against the Jews. "The laws and customs of Belgium have never allowed any distinction among its citizens according to the race to which they belong or in which others claim to place them," Mr. Pierlot Stressed. "All Belgians are equal before the law. Those are the principles in the shelter of which the Jews of Belgium lived peaceably until the German invasion. "These principles are of a permanent character. They are the very foundation of Belgian legislation and the re-establishment of them, and respect for them, are among our war aims. "It is well known that the Belgian government, supported by public opinion, did all in its power in the years immediately preceding the war to alleviate the great distress into which Nazi persecution had plunged the Jews. Only victory of the Allies will put an end to the injustices of which the Jews have been the victims." NAZIS ORDER JEWS DISPLAY MOGEN DAVID ON DOORS Stockholm (WNS)—The Nazi government has issued a decree compelling all Jews in the Third Reich to display "mogen davids" on the doors of their homes, it was reported here. The order became effective on April 15. Hitherto. Jews had been compelled to wear a "mogen david" (Star of David) on their street clothing to distinguish them from "Aryans." The order specified that the "mogen davids" must be yellow in color and sewed on black backgrounds. A "mogen david" must be displayed in front of every home in which Jews live. In cases where Jews and "Aryans" reside in the same building, the outer door of the building and the apartment door of the Jewish tenant must be clearly marked with a "mogen david." PRICE 10 CENTS I. S. SOLDIERS AT GALLANTLYTOEND GREET LEDNBL1 BIRTHDAY SIXTH VOLUME OF JEWISH ENCYCLOPEDIA IS OFF PRESS New York.—A comprehensive article on all phases of Judaism is a major feature of the sixth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia which is just off the puss, according to an announcement by Rabbi Isaac Landman, editor-in-chief of this tenvolume work in English. The remaining four volumes are scheduled to appear at short intervals during the current year. iSnft volume contains nearly i.iuO authoritative surveys of Jewish communities (65), Bible and Talmud subjects (127), organizations and institutions (49), and hundreds of biographical evaluations of outstanding Jews *no have made contributions to tne progress of science down through the ages. The sixth volume of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia is aidicated to the memory of Solomon Schechter (1847-1915): "Disnauished scholar and teacher wnose corning to the United es .narked the inauguration ** i V' ra ln American Jewish warship and through whose be en brought to a more profound tinn" C 'i, n of thc Jewish tradiieaL) Earlier volumes were dedhut r ,' Gt, wge Alexander KoMarsl, I. M Warb "rg. Louis •"•shall. Isaac Leeser, and Isaac '• Wise, respectively. New York (WNS)—Expressing sympathy and admiration, 200 outstanding leaders in all walks of life cabled a message of greeting last week to Leon Blum, former Premier and leader of the Popular Front in France, who was 70 years old on April 9th. He has been imprisoned for nearly two years together with other former French leaders, charged with leading the nation unprepared into war. At the recent "war-guilt" trial in Riom. his brilliant defense caused the trial to rebound against his accusers and was largely responsible for the Nazi decision to postpone further proceedings. The cable read: "Thc undersigned Americans, on the occasion of your seventieth birthday, wish to express to you their sympathetic greetings, and their admiration of your courageous stand in the cause of freedom and democracy." Among those who signed the message were: Governor Lehman, Albert Einstein, Louis Bromfield. John Dewey, Edna Ferber, Dorothy Canfield Fisher. Fannie Hurst, Marquis James, Dorothy Thompson, Christopher Morley, Vincent Sheean. Upton Sinclair. Archibald MacLeish, | Sigrid Undset. Arthur Garfield Hays. George Gordon Battle, the Rt. Rev. Edward L. Parsons. Bishop Frank J. McConnell. Major George Fielding Eliot. Professor Franz Boas. Raymond Gram Swing, Walter Damrosch, William Green and John Haynes Holmes. Washington (WNS) — The heroic defenders of Bataan, who repulsed numerically superior Japanese troops for months, fought gallantly and courageously to the very end when, exhausted by lack of food and constant fighting, they were overpowered by the invading Japs who outnumbered them about five to one. The determination of the American fighters was demonstrated in a letter, dated Feb. 5, 1942, received by Mrs. Rachel Cohen of Brooklyn, from her brother, Lieut. James Kabakow. stationed in Bataan. The letter follows: "A few simple words to let you know I seem to be all right so far. I guess the newspapers are giving you more details about the situation than I can at this particular time. You see, there is a war going on all around us. and you must understand that 1 am unable to disclose any details. Suffice to say, I have been successful in dodging Jap bombs and I am unscratched. "When I see you, I'll try to imitate the sound of a falling bomb and other things. After this affair is settled, I am sure I woo't regret the experience; In fact, you couldn't get me to quit what I'm going through for a million bucks. "There is just one thing in particular which worries me the most. And, naturally, that is to know how my wife and little kid Joey fared and are getting along. I sent them to a near-by province a few days after war began and shortly after the Japs landed at a port in the same province. They are now in enemy territory (for the time being) and I hope to find them as soon as we push the Japs into the sea. "Well, Rae, I know you will understand thc necessity of my being so abrupt in trying to write this note—but there is a war going on, and we've got to get in the habit of keeping our mouths shut for a change. There is just a chance that this letter will get through and if it docs, you might let me know. Best regards and love to all." 241 NAMES ADDED TO DADE COUNTY'S OLD-AGE ROLLS The State Welfare Board's program of expansion added 241 names to Dade County's Old-Age Assistance rolls during March, according to announcement of R. E. McDonald, chairman of District 9 Welfare Board, just recently released. During the same period. Mr. McDonald said, 2,010 names were added to state rolls, the largest total for any month since shortly after the payment of public assistance with joint state and federal funds was begun in July. 1937. As of March, 2815 residents of Dade county were receiving S52.791 monthly in old-age assistance, while in the state the number of recipients had increased to 41.022 and monthly cash grants to a new high of $579,415. or at the rate of nearly $7,000,000 per year. DENOUNCE ACTS FR. CO U G H L I N SOVIET JEWS ASK HELP TQ RUSSIA; SEDERS ARE HELD Kuibyshev (WNS) — Stressing that "Fascism threatens to destroy and annihilate the Jews in all countries throughout the world." the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee in the U.S.S.R. this week called upon Jews in all parts of the world to aid the Soviet government in its war against Nazi Germany. The Committee, headed by noted Russian Jewish writers, arj tists and scientists, declared that' the fate of all peoples, "especially the fate of the Jewish people." Stockholm (WNS) — Indicating depends on a military victory inhuman living conditions in the over the Nazi armies, and urged two Jewish ghettos at Lublin in Washington (WNS)—Two leading Catholic members of the United States Senate, James E. Murray of Montana and James M. Mead of New York, this week denounced the Nazi racial and religious theories which Father Charles E. Coughlin has been openly preaching in his publication "Social Justice." Neither Senator mentioned the Detroit anti-Semite by name but implication of their speeches, inserted in thc Congressional Record, was unmistakable. Meanwhile, great significance was attached here to a recent ruling of the Internal Revenue Bureau which will require every non-profit corporation, even to those exempt from income taxation, to file returns showing "the purpose for which it was organized, its actual activities, the source of its income and the disposition of such income" and other facts relating to thc corporation's operations. This ruling, it was pointed out, will enable the government to investigate Father Coughlin's "Social Justice" and to learn the identity of the anti-Semitic paper's backers. Hitherto. Father Coughlin has claimed immunity from government investigation on the ground that his activities were religious in character. LUBLIN GHETTOS CLOSED TO FURTHER JEWISH DEPORTEES Albany (WNS)—A plan to facilitate employment of loyal aliens in war industries is under consideration by the government, it was disclosed here by Governor Herbert Lehman of New York. Last Registration Warning Registration books will be finally closed tomorrow, Saturday, April 18th. Those who fail to register will not be able to cast their ballot on election day. You may still register on the first floor of the court house between the hours of 9 A. M. and 6 P. M. Again, we urge all citizens to exercise the privilege of the ballot before it is too late te. STATE WILL HOLD BOND SALE DRIVE America has a war to win and to pay for, and the Every American Canvass will be held in Florida from April 17th to 20th, when volunteer workers in every section of the State will endeavor to enroll all citizens, with regular incomes, in a plan to purchase U. S. Defense Bonds and Stamps, weekly, monthly or at some other stated period. Under this plan each citizen will be given an opportunity to | do his part toward winning the 1 war against the worst form of I tyranny the world has known. It is not planned to ask any citizen to agree to loan any specific amount. But each will be asked to pledge he will buy as many U. S. Defense Bonds and Sttamps as he can, and as long as he financially is able to do so. Each pledge will be entirely confidential. There will be no coercion. Governor Spessard L. Holland is honorary chairman of the effort. Jews in the United Nations to "follow the example of the Soviet Jews" in resisting Nazism. The message of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee follows: "Fascism threatens to destroy and annihilate the Jews in all countries throughout the world. The defense of the Jewish population in the United States. Breat Britain, Canada Palestine and other countries where freedom still prevails has become thc problem of the day. "The Red army, therefore, deserves not only more admiration and praise, but real aid in the form of arms, medical and all other supplies it needs. The Jews must display a maximum of initiative and activity in this field." Thousands of Russian Jews as well as Jewish refugees from Poland and thc Baltic provinces observed Passover this year at the large public "seders", which were conducted in the traditional orthodox manner. The observance of Passover in the Soviet Union was more widespread than at any time since the Revolution. NAZI PRISONERS IN LIBYA AMAZED AT TREATMENT Buy War Bonds and Stamps London (WNS) — Nazi officers and men captured by British troops in Libya have repeatedly expressed amazement at the kindly treatment given them by ever i Jewish military doctors attached to the British forces, according to Chaplain Rabinovitch of the British Army in Libya. Writing in the London Jewish Chronicle, the Jewish chaplain sttated that most of the wounded Nazi captives were under the impression that they would either be killed or be given especially brutal treatment by the Jewish doctors. Many of the Nazis, brought through a particularly serious injury by the Jewish physicians, voiced their surprise and appreciation. Nazi-conquered Poland, the Nazi newspaper "Goniec Krakowski" disclosed that local Nazi authorities haw announced that the ghettos will be closed to further Jewish deporcees because of lack of living space. The newspaper reported also tile establishment of a ghetto in Sambor, Galicia, With the exception of Jewish physicians, all Jews in Sambor who reside on previously indicated streets, have been ordered to move into the ghetto. The ghetto is located in the Blich quarter of the city. At the same time, it was learned that Nazi officials in Poland have restricted the use of medicines for Jews to those between the ages of 5 and 55. The order which applies to patients In hospitals and those treated privately, warned doctors that their licenses will be taken from them if they are found guilty of violation. Meanwhile, executions of Jews for leaving the ghetto without permission were reported by Nazi papers reaching here. In Radom and Kielce. ten Jews charged with this offense, were sentenced to death and in Czestochowa a young Jewish girl was hanged when she was found outside thc ghetto. JAPANESE REFUGEES ARREST JEWISH IN EAST INDIES London (WNS) — All Jewish refugees in thc Dutch East Indies have been placed under arrest by the Japanese invaders, aided by the Gestapo, it was reported here by the Netherlands government-in-exile. Meanwhile, an eight o'clock curfew has been imposed upon all Jewish inhabitants of Java. They have been ordered to remain in their homes from 8 p. m to 5 p. m. -Buy Victory Bonds Today—



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PAGE TWO +JeitfHcridiari^ FRIDAY, APRIL 17, Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations PERSONALS BIRTHS ENGAGED Dr. Barney Weinkle returned to the city from a visit to Atlanta, Ga. • • • Walter Kovner will return to the city this week after a trip to Washington, D. C. • • • Sol Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ely Levin, left Tuesday to join tiie armed forces at Camp Blanding. • • • Herbert Milner, formerly with t ; ; A. D. I., office in Miami, will I leave Monday for New York. • • %  it E. Berkeley will leave next weak on a business trip to Porl th, Norfolk and the i area. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fi announce the birth ol a daul France.Roberta, on April 11th. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1via announce tiie bris ol thi .: si n, Marshall. Tuesday April 14th. Rev. Jos, pi: Malek i fficiated. • • • Mr. and Mrs Emil G nounce the birth of a on Tuesday at th • Memorial Hospr: Mr and Mrs. I. Tannen are na the engagement of r Belle, to i prporal p, yser, son ol Mr. and Mrs Meyer Peyser of PhilaTanni n graduated Bi h Senior High the Beach School ot MARRIAGES Annou nt i e marriage ol M %  : of this citj to Irvin A Gr ssman I %  : I W i v\ %  .. N. J., aft( r visiting d sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gri • • • V of Mr I Mr-. M. Rubin. lett V. : '•: K W re he will serve ; I States • • • Mr. and Mrs. Saul E. Srolc of New York will arrive in Miami : tWO weeks visit Mr. and Mrs. Louis • • • (I: ssman, executive •or of tiie Y. M. H. A., will Tiie Ladies Auxiliary of B"nai New York to atB'rith will hold a stag Tuesday tend the 25th annual convention evening at Temple Israarl, Kaplan day m Washingti i • • > The mat i Salter to Dr. F< I linand K %  Sunday. !>:'. %  H. Kaplan official 1. A held at the Coral G itry Club. The couple ar ning in Havana. ORGANIZATIONS of tiie Jewish Welfare Board. • • • Extensively entertained during their stay her.' are Mr. and Mrs. %  r and daughter Marsha ot New York, who are visiting their aunt. Mrs. J. Engler. IH. A. April 22nd" at the "Y" club rooms. He will bring a Hall. A : iion is by paid moinip card. An elaborate program has been planned. • • Judge Walter Beekham will speak at the meeting of the Y. W. BELLF. TANNEN e of the State Conference of Social Agencies here. The • I r William Kohn. attorl | will arrive Saturday from New York to join his wife and visit with his mother-in-law. The Miami Section National %  s Stark. Coral Gables. Council Jewish Women will hold its donor pledge luncheon TuesMoscow (WNS^—Lieut. Captain Israel Fizanovitch, commander of day April 21st at 12:30 at the Garden Restaurant. An interesta Russian submarine which was ing floor show will be presented. lited with the sinking of two r Nazi transports, was honor, -d here with the highest award of the Soviet Union—the Order of Lenin. The Jewish submarine commander led an attack in broad daylight against a heavily guarded Nazi convoy and sent For reservations call Council House 3-6554 or Mrs. Jack Cohen, chairman. 5-3768. • • • The formal installation of members of the Dorian Sorority was held Saturday night at the home of Gloria Kline with Miss Edith two German troop ships to the Shier, president presiding offibottom. i cer. Guests were enrollees of Commerce. She is an active ber of Jr. Ha lassah and many other local organizations. Corporal Peyser attended schools in Philadelphia and is now stationed at Camp Lei. V*a. No date has been set for the wedding. "STAY THROUGH MAY" McARTHUR JERSEY FARM DAIRY 169 N. E. 62ND STREET PHONE 7-1667 TELEPHONE 3-6968 NEVER A DULL MOMENT BUSTER'S SILVER BAR FOOD, LEGAL BEVERAGES MUSIC 2400 N. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA Embry-Riddle. British and Municipal Cadets. • • • The last regular Forum of the National Council Jewish Women will be held Friday at 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elk's Club. Speakers will be Ethel Murrell, attorney, who will speak on Women in the War. and Lee Cameron news commentator whose subject is What's Behind the News 0 Mrs. Julius Pearson is chairman. The closing Forum luncheon will be held May 1st at the Alcazar Roof. -Buy Victory Bonds Today— pmsm 'racmoMu C4J A p E u I %  COMOMIII* MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox,,Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL ABE EISENBERG Resident Manager PLAZA THEATRE S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE MIAMI BEACH • • • COMING! TWO DAYS ONLY Tues., Wed., April 21-22 THE EPIC OF VfllfJI CHHflLOV The Man Whose Spirit is Smashing the German Luftwafie in "WINGS OF VICTORY" A Truly Great Motion Pichue Which You'll Never Forget This Picture absolutely will Not Be Shown in Any Other Greater Miami Theatre ORGANIZATIONS Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman under the auspices of the local N.C. C.J. will address the Knights of Columbus at their meeting Tucsday evening. • • • The Social Club of the Miami Beach Jewish Center announces the appointment of Mrs. Miriam Sirkin as chairman of hostesses for the recreation center for service men at the center. • • • The Life of Spinoza will be the topic of a lecture by Dr Abraham Wolfson, Saturday at the Spinoza Forum at 3:30 p. in. Mrs. B. Shubow dramatic reader will n rite several of Sholem Alecham's works. Monday morning at 10:30 Edward Clark of the University of Miami will l ec w on "Enoch Arden". 0n £ day evening at 8:15 Dr. Wolf son will start a course of 12 \1' tures on Astronomy. • • • A joint benefit for the American Red Cross and Beth J acoh Talmud Torah will be held by th. Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Mi^ Beach at the London Arms 757 Collins Avenue. Miami Bes'r-h Friday. April 17th at 1:30 p J Money raised for the Talmud T<£ rah will be used for painting and renovating the class rooms Lad les in charge will be Mrs R 0 Weiss, Mrs. M. B. Frank, Mrs R "• London. Mrs. I. L. Mintar Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Isador. Goldberg. .Mrs. B. B. Wolfe Mri Moses Kneger. Mrs. Jennie Krieger, Mrs Anna Berger and Mrs. Jennie Morris. "STAY THROUGH MAY" NORTH MIAMI FEED & FERTILIZER CO. 124th Street and Dixie Highway PHONE 7-3411 "STAY THROUGH MAY" MIAMI COAL OIL CO. 1100 N. W. 22ND STREET "STAY THROUGH MAY" LE V E R E T T ELECTRIC PUMP SALES 2750 N. W. N. River Drive PHONE 3-3227 "STAY THROUGH MAY" MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH. FLA. Ask Your Local OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE I\ FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS For the Best It Costs No More Deliciout Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meat* 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago 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! HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK-ARKANSAS Youi put in America'! Victory Program require* •nargy. vigor and health. Keep fit by relaxing at thi* woild-famou* health apa in th* beautiful Ouachila Mountain*. Honeback riding, golf, tennie. hiking, boating and hahing on Lake* Hamilton and Catherine; and countle** other recreation*. X !" *" horaeracing aeaaon from February 23 to March 28. Located in it. own private park, the Eaalman offer* quiet relaxation, yet u conveniently doee to everything. 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FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1942 *Jewisli ffar id8am PAGE THREE KING'S. .2^^ KOMMENTS "• %  — •* The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Confidence is what they feel 100%—that they reveal Rather boastful are they In their arrogant way Removing here—Expelling there Soon for them a real nightmare. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mr and Mrs. Riengold have departed for their summer home at Tannenville, New York. The cantor of Miami's Pioneer Congregation found himself somewhat upset assuming that he was the subject of King's verse last week and what's more he said they found out "at meeting Sundaynight" that he was re-elected to the position King says —that's true! These setups where the board runs the organization but the members don't know about it makes it rather embarrassing for both the members and the board something like trying to not let your arm know what your hand is doing. B B's meeting last week not only initiated a new class of members but it seems a new policy of a little politics for the members ... the rally was not enjoyed and a good time was not had by all. An attempt to replace delegates appointed by a prior administration to the Cemetery Association directorate failed last week. The board's ruling and with a precedent to follow concurs that appointment for a term means a term. Mrs. Harry Greene was hostess at the Beth El card party held last Sunday. L. C. Cohen has left to spend the summer in New York. Drive Carefully, Observe Traffic Both Ways on 2-Lane Highways Mrs. A. Gasper was installed president of the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary for her second term at the annual luncheon meeting of the organization at the Patio Grill Monday. Mrs Jennie Rotfort Miami, president of the district grand lodge of B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries was installing officer and other officers installed were: Mrs. Al Wacksman, vice president; Mrs. Sidney I. Bernbaum. treasurerMrs. David Goldsmith, recording secretary; Mrs. Harry A. Lee corresponding secretary; Mrs. Dave Feldman, Mrs. Jack Kapner. Mrs. Barney Blicher, trustees; Mrs Maurice Dickson, monitress; Mrs Beatrice Weinberg, guardian, Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, guide S T, R otfort rt 'Prted extensively on Hillel work and urged women to take an active part in defense work. from District 2. has announced as a candidate for re-election subject to the Democratic Primary May 5th. Mr. Cornelius has lived in West Palm Beach for 17 years and is engaged in the insurance business. He is completing his third term as county commissioner, having been a member of the board since January, 1937. From 1935 to 1937 he was a member of the school board. He states that he seeks reelection on his record in office and as a citizen and if elected will continue to work toward the development of Palm Beach County to the benefit of all Sgt. Albert Green has returned to Camp Walters, Texas after spending a ten-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green, 611 27th Street. Before Changing Lanes Look Carefully Behind Someone May Be Passing You. LOUIS F. MAIRE CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Solicits Your Vote and Support DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5. 1942 Paid Political Adv. Miss Rosalynd Gruner, daughSRAy r vf ad Mrs R Gruner. 3131 Washington Drive, a junior at Goucher College. Baltimore, has been elected editor-in-chief of the Dilettante, college magazine, for 1942-43. CECIL (ZEKE) CORNELIUS Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, local business man and member of the Board of County Commissioners LET'S KEEP HIM ON THE JOB! He has shown the enemies of society in Dade and Monroe Counties that they can't get away with murder and pillage here. He is the only able, experienced, professional prosecutor of criminals who s a candidate for Stale Attorney and whose record in successfully handling hundreds of criminal cases PROVES his ability. Let's keep him at the task he has performed so brilliantly. By doing so we will help to preserve at home the law. order and decency for which so many of our boys will be fighting abroad! RE-ELECT RE-ELECT CECIL (Zeke) CORNELIUS ED. HAMILTON Ed. Hamilton, well-known lawyer of West Palm Beach and resident of the Fourth District for the past 17 years has begun a concentrated campaign for election as Congressman in that disii J L W1 cover personally, ail of the nine counties prior to the primary. Besides the many rallies that have been arranged for him. Mr. Hamilton talked over radio Station WQAM on Friday night April 10th at 9:15 p. m. at which time he announced his platform and vigorousry criticized the present incumbent for his failure to get definite results that WO J U •-., vc used the facilities arid idle man power of South Honda to assist the nation's war program and which would have prevented many of the residents of South Florida having to seek employment away from their homes. Mr Hamilton's practice in the JMorida Courts and the Supreme Court, his numerous activities among civic, church, athletic and other groups for many years has brought him numerous volunteers who are now active on his behalf during his campaign. YESHIVA NOT CONNECTED WITH OTH ER IN STITUTIONS Officials of the Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshiva have issued a statement to the general public to the effect that they have no connection whatsoever with any other institution on the beach or elsewhere. "The Yeshiva has been organized now for more than a year," officials stated, "and our plans for the establishment of a parochial school are progressing though slowly due to present day conditions." B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED County Commissioner DISTRICT 2 PALM BEACH MAY 5, PRIMARY —Experienced—Energetic— Paid Political Adv. Ed Hamilton G. A. WORLEY STATE ATTORNEY (Polllual Adniiml—PM T F"d) Amidst the quiet tasteful surroundings of the modern Elks Club meeting hall, thirty-six new members were inducted into Sholew Lodge, B'nai B'rith, before an attentive audience. The degree team, headed by Brother Barney Spector, composed of Brothers Milton Friedman, Maurice Cromer, Louis Heiman and Ernie Sussman, are to be congratulated in arranging a ceremony that was marked by its impressiveness and simplicity. For about an hour, the audience sat in the dark and listened intently to the beautiful ceremony conducted by candlelight. Many of the old members agreed that it was one of the most beautiful ceremonies in the history of the Lodge. Brother Harry Simonhoff. who is noted for his oratorical powers, did not disappoint the audience with his well chosen words concerning Brother Sol Goldstrom in whose honor the initiation class was named. Afterwards, we were privileged to hear Brother Goldstrom say a few words in thanking the Lodge sincerely for the honor bestowed upon him. Before the meeting was concluded, we were addressed by Brother Bill Boxerman, leader of the local A. D. L. committee, who gave a very interesting report on the fine work of A. D. L. and informed us that he had just returned from a very successful trip around the state. Brother Carl Weinkle, chairman of the bond sales committee, advised that over $100,000 in bonds have been subscribed for by members of B'nai B'rith and the Women's Auxiliary. Naturally everyone was very happy to receive this news. Of course the bond committee still continues to take subscriptions. Everyone is buying War Bonds every day. When you make your purchase, please call Brother Carl Weinkle of the B'nai B'rith office so that a record can be kept of the amounts purchased by our members. "If you cannot fight the enemy with arms, you can fight him with bonds." Now for some social news. Brother Al Pallot advises that a summons to a smoker will be sent to each member and will definitely be held at the Shrine Temple, Biscayne Boulevard and 14th Street, on Tuesday. April 21st, the only admission being your paid-up membership card. All members are urged to attend and to bring all new members wno have recently joined. Incidentally the membership campaign continues. We are still setting our goal at 200 new members. You can do your part by obtaining at least one new member. We cannot afford to fail. Brother President Bernie Roth wishes to advise that a special meeting of the executive committee will be held in his office on Friday at 4 p. m. All members of this committee arcurged to attend as this will be a most important meeting. Congress Pat Cannon One Good Term Deserves Another There is no Substitute for Experience Paid Political Adv. "STAY THROUGH MAY" And Enjoy a Trip on the N-I-K-K-O SIGHTSEEING BOAT 2380 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-7033 The Finest the Market Afford* at Reasonable Prices KLEFEKER PRODUCE 1191 N. W. 22nd ft. Ph. 3-8795 "STAY THROUGH MAY" NATIONAL PRODUCE CO.. INC. 2186 N. W. 13th Ave. Ph. 3-6491 "STAY THROUGH MAY" MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM 2147 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9622



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PAGE FOUR *Jeisti Flcridlicw FRIDAY, APRIL 17, & Jemsti Florid fan PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 2 1 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $2.00 JSixJKonth^JUW NISSAN 30. 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMBER lb MIAMI'. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 17. 1942 THE J. W. B. The National Jewish Welfare Board will observe its 25th anniversary of service this weekend, convening in New York to make further plans to continue and enlarge its multitudinous scope of endeavors. The J. W. B.'s activities are at present dominated to a great extent with its participation as one of the major organizations of the U. S. O, catering to the needs of the service men. The J. W. B. is the parent body of the Y. M. H. A.'s throughout the country and locally as well. These "Y's" are the community and area mediums and outlets through which the J. W. B. is able to function. The Greater Miami Young Men's Hebrew Association through its facilities and under the direction of its able executive director, Maurice Grossman has been extremely active in assisting this program's effectiveness in being carried out, and in being of valued service to men of the armed forces. The "Y" has had send offs for the Jewish drafted and enlisted men presenting them with tokens and staged a series of bi-weekly dances for their entertainment. The hospitality committee has over 300 families listed who assist and entertain the boys at dinner or for week ends. This same committee provided hospitality for all of the men for the recent Passover j holiday. The "Y" is at present assisting the J. W. B. | in a survey to secure as complete a list as possible of all men who have entered the service from this area. Included in its other defense activities the "Y" has and is holding classes for air raid wardens, giving first aid instruction lectures to the general public on the National Defense Program and serving as draft registration headquarters. Needless to say the J. W. B., its program and activities through its national bureaus and Y. M H A.'s has earned a place of respect by virtues of past and present accomplishments. The observance of its 25th anniversary will mark another milestone on its path to greater achievement. DO WTREGRET "You know, I had it in mind all the time, and forgot to do it." What more pitiable ex' cuse can be offered than that when it comes to a question involving the citizenship of a man or woman. And yet, we fear, that will be 1 the answer many of our Jews will offer after April 18th, when they will be asked, "Have you registered?" Perhaps we are a bit harsh The Jewish Floridian has never been alarmistic in its outlook ... but it must face the facts nevertheless. We, the Jews of the entire country, will always receive every riaht of en American citizen only SO LONG AS WE PARTICIPATE IN ITS GOVERNMENT. The ugly head of religious bigotry un-Americanism anti-Semitism will not be raised against us if it is known that we are American citizens not in name alone but VOTERS WHO EXERCISE THEIR RIGHTS AT THE BALLOT BOX. We do not advocate regimentation of Jewish voters we do not ask that Jews vote en masse we do not ask that Jews vote for Jews simply because of that fact but we do urge that Jews as American citizens act Jewish in that they will respect and appreciate the rights of suffrage granted them. NOTABLE QUOTE OF THE WEEK "The great struggle in which our nation is now engaged is a part of man's unceasing quest for liberty and human right. No group knows better than the Jews the sacrifice this struggle has entailed in the past, or the qualities of fortitude and faith which it will demand horn us in the future." —John J. McCloy, Assistant Secretary of War 'Gee whiz, Mr. Jessup 9 a DOUBLE-DECKER!" Y ou can see and smile at Billy's nickel doubledecker. But there's another double-decker you can't see—ttiough you enjoy it every month. It's in your electric bill— the fact that the average household rate is only about half of u-hat it was 15 years ago. You may not realize it, because you use more electricity. While the rates were going down, you were adding useful new electric appliances. Right now, for a nickel a day, about Vt of all American families light their homes, play their radios, run their vacuum cleaners. For two nickels a day, about % of all American families operate lights, radio, clcar.er, toaster, percolator, clocks and washer. That makes the electric nickel just about ths biggest double-decker in the world! How was it done? By good business manago. ment of the nation's eltctric companies. FLOBIM CMfMJVY -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE Murtty eonfidudid „ By PHINEAS J. BfflON WAR ECHOES Observers agree that the Suez Canal area will be a hot spot before long, because of the Nazis' need to push through to the Mosul oil pipeline ... So what is being done about that Jewish army? Camouflage, that most important factor in modern warfare and defense, can be expected to reach new heights of effectiveness now ... A number of Broadway's most noted scenic designers, including our friends Jo Mielziner, Mordecai Gorelik and Harry Homer, have organized the Camouflage Society of Professional Stage Designers, and are offer !" their talents to Uncle Sam ... To Soviet Information Commissioner S. A. Lozovsky is credited an idea that brought quite a few German deserters into the Russian camp during the winter It seems that one exception was made in the Russian scorched-earth policy—all the cabbages in evacuated territory were left in the ground And inside each cabbage was a slip of paper, printed in German, telling of the fine food awaitinq those who would leave the Nazi army and enter the Russian lines THE WAR EFFORT We hope that as you spring-houseclean this year you'll keep in mind Industrial Conservation Chief Lessing T. Rosenwald's request to keep discarded metal and rubber items out of the ash heap, turning them over, instead, to your local salvage agency And Mrs. Mortimer Lehman, director of the voluntary workshops of the American Women's Voluntary Services, has found a use for that most useless of all things, your wornout hose The New York AWVS has acquired a loom on which stockings, after being cut into narrow strips, can be woven into coverlets and blankets for military or civilian welfare use Add to your long list of committees for anti-Fascist action the Loyalty Committee, which is appealing to refugees from Fascism and Nazism to chip in to a fund to be used lor purchasing a fighter plane for the United States army ... READERS' GUIDE Recommended reading is Pierre van Paassen's article in the current Redbook Magazine, in which he tells of some additional "prophecies" by Hitler's Jewish soothsayer, Eric Jan Hanussen, which have recently come to light Our scouts tell us that since this article appeared many a family Bible has been dusted off by readers hastening to check up on the Book of Daniel, on which Hanussen based his last prediction, made when the storm troopers were already hot on his trail Even Wendell Willkie was turned down by the editors of the Saturday Evening Post when he offered to write for them a reply to Milton Mayer's "Case Against the Jews" Dorothy S. Backer, granddaughter of Jacob Schiff, who has succeeded her husband, George, as publisher of the New York Post, is taking her duties seriously Not only does she acctually direct the Post, but she even finds time to help out the reporters on regular assignments William B. Ziff's new book, "The Coming Battle ol Germany," will be a best seller Ziff is the author of "The Rape of Palestine," published a few seasons ago SIGNS OF THE TIMES When Maurice Schwartz was in Miami en route to South America, reports Harry Herschfield, the FBI was quite worried about some mysterious-looking manuscripts he had in his baggage—until Schwartz got a local rabbi to certify that they were not coded military secrets, but the scripts of the Yiddish plays with which he was planning to entertain Jewish audiences in the Good Neighbor lands Inventive Eddie Cantor has found a novel way of raising funds for his camp, where kids from his native East Side have a chance to catch a little fresh air in the summer Instead of giving the usual benefit show, he is this year asking his friends to send him checks for the privilege of not going to see a performance that is not being given for the camp Don't be surprised if pretty soon you'll be seeing knots of garment workers grouped around their noontime Jewish Daily Forward down in Manhattan's austere financial section Rents in the uptown garment district are going up so high that a number of dress manufacturers are now finding cheaper to move down to the Wall Street neighborhood .. • ABOUT PEOPLE I he Army Day combat team operations at Mobile, Alawere led by Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Schwolsky of West Hanf • • • The Schwolskys. whose father was a rabbi, are bom ardent Zionists, the Judge being the president of his Zionist B* gion Danny Kaye, the comedian who could go to HW wood any time, but in the meanwhile is sticking to Broadway, win make his screen debut in a film which Garson Kanin making for the War Production Board Latest recruit to ranks of good-will-creators in the Latin American countnes %  symphony orchestra conductor Otto Klemperer. with a tour" fc • %  •£"* y our eve !" < young lady named EuJJ &v ", • %  • ^ hen She made her formal debut as a violin*'* New Yorks Town Hall last week she created a sensation, on TA*Z g m a SO far as to ca the refinement and finesse, dJ Playing little short of miraculous" Harry Warner, head* Hollywood's Warner Brothers, is a sick man, and his fnen£ Sble 9m ^ h lm ,0 S,ay in Arizona and rest U P aS l0ng rSe TesSl' u iv, YOU never can ,el1 • • • Here s a comedian &m and vJ n6Ve I wenl Wond the fifth grade in public school shahtftir'^ lo lec,ure Harvard University • • g birthiL u 6 2 L con grarulations to Benny Leonard on h J on?of X.' WhlGh he ^ celebrated Benny is still recorded < %  one of the greatest boxing champions of all time



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FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1942 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER !41S Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach •Jewisti narUtam PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KKLLNER, Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. Oneg Shabbat 8 P. M. Sabbath Services Rabbi Max Shapiro, rabbi of Belli David Congregation of .Miami. will be guest speaker at the Friday night services at 8 o'clock at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on the subject, "This is Vicii iv." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel and the Center choir will officiate. On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Dr. Bension will speak on the Scriptural portion. At 5 o'clock he will teach perek; at 6 p, m. will be the Oneg Shabbos, and at 8 o'clock the maariv-Sefirah services. M. Gershon instructs the adult Bible ciass on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Dances for Uniformed Men The Saturday night dances for the men in U. S. military service are continuing very successfully under the joint auspices of the Center Social League and the Sisterhood. Last Saturday night the attendance exceeded one hundred. Condolence Our sincerest and heartfelt condolence to Sarah Berman on the sudden passing of her husband, Meyer Berman. Mr. Berman was one of our most generous memmd contributors. His many friends will miss his genial personality. The Sisterhood joins the Center in expressing our deepeest sympathy to the widow, who is vice president of the organization and an active and well beloved worker. May the Lord vouchsafe her consolation. Thank You Thank you cards for their hard work in connection with the Passover fund: Mrs. E. A. Grossman, at Tudor Hotel; Mrs. Roe Bliss Margolis. Dorset Hotel; and Miss Sarah Wiener. Sisterhood Party The Sisterhood gave a delightid party on Choi hamoed or on Sunday evening, April 5th. The social room, the and the Succah were util%  accommodate an excellent att ndance and the Pesachdig rein :.' at 7:30 shiimor. ,..h i 'n J.U Pm The groups studying JewSynE,,. u t Sj£Z *££ &f Wl Law meet Wednesday and W a'S^SSUS £e Thursda % %  at 7:3 garden and the services were ast by loudspeakers to minister to more than a thousand men and women. In response to %  '" impassioned appeal by Dr. ? a "J ue Bension, a total of almost MtfOO. was pledged in an avalanclio of contributions. All contributions will be acknowledged. Annual Dance and Frolic Authoritative announcement is nf ,u y Lco R obinson, chairman ih ,u arra ngements -committee, mat tin. annual dance and frolic, u i,! U u and Popularity contest Which will be featured on Sunday SSI"* Ma y 24th under the Jo nt auspices of the Center and will i! s affil ted organizations, pi"' ho n "eld at the American LeS ml Hal1 on 1828 Alton **>. The hall is one of the os i spacious in the city and accommodate a very large The committee is will attendance. K2S e very'Monday night and "?, .Personnel incl addition to Mr i ts ,:„" B "eiy monaay night a adrii.7 SOnnel deludes already eSSS?" t0 Mr Robinson, its AuirT, 3 ".' i. he following: Louis £ Falk Ch wP r i J Falk Mrs J Helen p, M rs £ ay sir nrns. Miss Mi 5 Utter> Miss Jo Saunders, SSlM rSSP Amster dam. Miss WJey Schwartz, M. H. Frankel. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Laudcrdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath eve services Friday at 8 o'clock. Guest speaker, Adolph Rosenberg of Cincinnati and Miami Beach, chairman of the executive board of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood meeting Monday at 8 p. m. All day sewing for American Red Cross, British War Relief Society, Bundles for Britain, etc. Wednesday from 9 to 5. Annual congregational meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. Herman Berk, Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, Mrs. Isadore Newman, Edward Newman, Joseph A. Berman, Dr. J. B. Coleman, Max Lippman, Miss Mae Sussman, Mrs. Celia Wald, Miss Sally Good. dresses. Rabbi Mescheloff will instruct the boys after their talks. Cantor Mamches will chant the additional service. Mr. and Mrs. P. Bittell and Mr. and Mrs. S. Enerfeld, parents of the boys, will serve retreshmenta in the Beth Jacob Community Building after the services. Junior Congregation Our boys and girls will meet for their regular junior services at 9 a. m. and will join the adult service in the synagogue building at the Torah reading. Minnionaires Our Minnionaire boys — bar Mitzvah age—meet Sunday at 9 a. m. for their regular service and communal breakfast served by our Sisterhood. Sisterhood Party Held on Friday, the Sisterhood card party proceeds will go toward the Red Cross and the renovation of the classrooms and auditorium in our Community Building. P. T. A. Party Our P. T. A. will hold a card party Tuesday afternoon, May 19. The proceeds will go towards rewards for outstanding merit on the part of our Religious School students. Mizrachi Picnic The annual picnic of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will be held on Tuesday, May 5th at Matheson Hammock. Tickets are already on sale. Buses for transportation to and from the grounds are being provided. Mizrachi Buys Bonds In response to an appeal made by the Miami Beach Mizrachi president, Harry Wasserman, at Saturday night's meeting, some SI,500.00 worth of Defense Bonds were purchased. A Defense bond committee consisting of Mrs. F. Kalstcin, H. Wasserman and M. Feit were appointed to continue in this work. School Picnic All children of our daily and Sunday classes will be the guests of the P. T. A. in a picnic and athletic event to be held at Matheson Hammock Tuesday afternoon, May 5th. Heading the athletic committee are Cantor Maurice Mamches, Miss Florence Genet and Mrs. Evelyn Decky. Awards for victors of the various contests will be presented. School Assembly The following children took part in this week's assembly program: Maxwell Rosenthal, Gladys Gewirtz, Dorothy Feit, Franklin Schoenbaum. Rochelle Brooke. Awards for outstanding work on behalf of the J. N. F. were presented to Jerry Schechter, Shirley Brooks, Maxwell Rosenthai and Kenneth Kaplan. Building Renovation Estimates on renovations for our Community Building are being obtained by our synagogue building committee. Our Sisterhood is taking the lead in this work of renovation to make our building even more attractive to the many organizations who make use of it every day in the week. Scouts Mrs. Evelyn Decky, Scout leader of our Girl Scout Troop, was the only Jewish Scout in the entire region to be represented at the regional convention held last week in Savannah. We are proud of your work, Mrs. Decky. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street • Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN 64UO IiGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 5-1733 R-ibbl Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to ay, each matter will be held In strict confidence. Do your part for the armed might of your country, buy Defense Bonds and Stamps. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, April 17, 8:15. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on "The Case Against the Saturday Evening Post Articles." Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning. April 18, at 11 o'clock, congregational participation. Toran reading and interpretation of Biblical portion by Rabbi Zwitman. Congratulations Heartiest congratulations of the Temple and all of its affiliate organizations are hereby extended to Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kauders upon the occasion of their marriage; to Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. upon the occasion of the marriage of their daughter Edna; to Dr. and Mrs. David A. Nathan, upon the occasion of their marriage; to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh, upon the occasion of their marriage; to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfe, upon the occasion of the engagement of their daughter, Gladys. Sisterhood Elects At the Sisterhood meeting of Monday, April 6th, the following officers and trustees were unanimously elected: Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, president; Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, first vice-president; Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, second vice-president; Mrs. Harry V. Simons, recording secretary; Mrs. Frank A. Perlman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Mendelsohn, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secretary; Mrs. Frank Coret .treasurer; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor. The board of trustees are: Mrs. Max Steuer, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Samuel Katz, Mrs. Philip Weinstein, Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mrs. Adolph Werthcimcr. Mrs. Benj. Landau, Mrs. Sam Zinkow. Mrs. J. Bernstein, and Mrs. Louis Strauss. Honorary trustees: Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. 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: Louis Newland, father of Mrs. Jules Gillette; Samuel Merson. father of Mrs. Frank Perlman, husband of Mrs. Bertha Merson; Joseph Hollender, father of Dr. A. R. Hollender. Yahrzeits: Rosa Osias. sister of Mrs. Leona Levin; Harriet Scheffreen Matthews, sister of Mrs. M. L. Marcus; Cevia LeVinc. mother of Benj. Lie vine; Meyer Lewis Cowen, father of Morris L. Cowen; Abraham Feldman, father of William Feldman and Mrs. Max Solomon. Memorial contributions were sent to the Temple by Mrs. Lew W. Lampl, Mrs. Anna LeVine, P. S. Frieder, and Miss Malvine Stern. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. Evening Services 7:00 p. m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer QROWER8' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Qoulds, Florida Phone: Homeitead 5-4461 Office*: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Buy War Bonds and Stamps Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Jewish Hour over station WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 5 o'clock. His subject will be "This is the War." Cantor Herman Marbein will be in charge of the musical program. Sunday School Calendar Final examinations of all classes of Beth David Sunday School will take place Sunday morning. May 10th. Closing exercises and prize awards will take place Sunday morning. May 17th and confirmation exercises that same evening. The annual picnic for the regular students only will be held at Matheson Hammock, Sunday, May 24th. Sisterhood Elects Officers At a well attended meeting held last Wednesday, election of officers for the ensuing year took place. The following women were elected to office: President, Mrs. Harry Oliphant; first vice-president, Mrs. Jack August; second vice-president, Mrs. Hyman Sootin; third vice-president, Mrs. Samuel Dickson; treasurer, Mrs. George Goldberg; financial secretary, Mrs. Norman Jacobs; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Elix Hinkes; recording secretary, Mrs. Dave Washer; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor. Mrs. Edward Friedman. Board of directors, one year: Mrs. Chas. Abbott. Mrs. Joe M Fine. Mrs. Max Halpern. Two years, Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs. Harry Rabe. Three years, Mrs. Isidor Fine, Mrs. Isador Langner, Mrs. Sam Weissel. We urge our many members and friends who graciously responded at the memorial services to please be kind enough to mail their donations or dues to the office of the secretary. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of Iyar. The anniversary candle is lit on the eve before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned: Rivka. sister of Mrs. L. J. Hartz, April 20th; Zabcl. father of Morris Kaler. April 21st; Kaleh, mother of Samuel A. Karns, April 21st; Basyoh Chayoh. mother of Mrs. Ida Jackson. April 22; Miriam Raeza. mother of Mrs. H. Rayvis, April 22; Moshe Meier, father of Mrs. J. Engler. April 22; Mindel, mother of I. Koerner, April 23; Farvel. father of I. Koerner, April 27; Yacheskel, father of I. Rosengartcn. April 28; Basyoh, mother of Isadore Brown, May 1; Yitzchok Laeb, father of Mrs. Phil Segal 1, May 2; In memory of Clara Grief, May 2; Shloma, father of Mrs. S. J. Pallott, May 5; Tziviah, mother of Nat Roth, May 4; Yoneh, husband of Mrs. Jonas Behrmann, May 5; Dovid Shloma, son of S. N. Levine, May 7; Gleika, wife of Moe Rippa, May 7; Avrohom Yitzchock, father of Isidor Goldstem, May 9; Zaev Vulf, father of Herman Rubin, May 10; Moshe Shmuel, father of Mrs. Max Shapiro, May 10. I I JSJGUST BROSTES? la the MT *



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J> PAGE SIX 9-Jenisti fhrkffstn FRIDAY, APRIL 17, FROM THE SWIVEL HAIR C Although previously always | TO JEWISH[OHGANIZJmOg a good friend of Jews, she beSYNAGOGUES AND RABBIS good gan to talk. The ADL. without the woman s knowledge, learned of the situation Since the woman's position brought her into contact with many people, it was lelt that it was imperative to take some action. The Young Men's Hebrew Association is the only local affiliate of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The National Jewish Welfare Board, identified with the United Service Organizations, is the recogThe' manager of the waste ma-1 nized agency for welfare.and rials firm was contacted by an religious activities in behait ot men of the Jewish faith in the military and naval forces of the government. Persons and Observe Rights Of Pedestrians And Save Lives tcrials .. JADL staff man and the situation explained ... It would mean only S2.75 out of the firm's pocket but a world of good-will both for organizations are. therefore. • the concern and for Jewry quested not to contact or enter The man agreed ... As a result, into negotiations with any miii' a letter was dispatched by the 1 Jewish manager to the non-Jewish woman, explaining that it was all a misunderstanding, that the covers were no good to the 1 paper firm and that ordinarily tary or naval post in this area for the purpose of hospitality and other matters for the Jewish service men. If you want to entertain the boys, or if you want to extend to them any inthe county school board, the covers were torn off and not in\ eluded in the weight How, ever, since it was her underwtth ?f n C ., ,.>H n standing that she was to receive With attention focused on 4Q £ I(i| t|u ,, ooks Jewry s every move as a conseft continued, she would quence of the intensive propa. enclosed a check for S4.U0. ganda campaign seeking to N "Avaricious" Jews? zify_ America, it becomes, abso-, g fi h t ,. hal in purchases of books, even from vitation. or you want to contact them for any matter whatsoever, please do so through the Y. M. H. A. We have implicit confidence in the sincerity and devotion of all Jewish men. women and organizations in this area, but for be far better. Many actions overlooked when performed by gentiles are not the fore to turn over their hotels to the army with little, if any. return on their investments the sake of uniformity and for the sake of avoiding confusion, we would appreciate it if such contacts are made through the Y. M. H. A. Either phone or write to the Y. M. H. A. Young Men's Hebrew Assn. By Maurice Grossman, Executive Director. "STAY THROUGH MAY" MRS. NATT'S BAKERY 61 N. W. 36TH STREET PHONE 7-1649 Buy Victory Bonds Today"STAY THROUGH MAY" WEBER. THOMPSON & LEFCOURT ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS 1215.17 Alfred I. duPont Bldg MIAMI. FLORIDA BUSINESS. PROFESSIONAL GROUP TO HOLD MEETING ting the devclopm synthetic rubber industry, without bringing down violent hatred against all gentiles But when a newspaper accused five unnamed Miami Beach hotels south of 18th street of raising lease a b o u t "avaricious" hotelmen blocking the army from coming here. Voices of Defeat Have you read "Voices of Defeat" in the current issue of Life rates to the government after m 3£? ine? ',; „ T hls artl f' e \ s a giving the army a price, gossip in cor kt r %  '. • £**,.•? objective restaurants, barber shops, buses f 1CMre of a dozen dangerous bland a preached Sistencies of human nature. hat n u h .. readcrs wl1 § et Pax Vobiscum aroused by the expose and deA non-Jewish woman, in the ma nd vigorous action from our interests of defense, recently col, g ubl c officials against he antilected several hundred pounds [Semitic. pro-Nazi elements named of books and turned them over i l n J? '.; ,nd streets castigated all Jews dividual* and organizations who >nd physical violence was %  determined that America .reached Such are the incon-; *£" ld L 0Se l hlS Wa f V& h,,p V The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will hold their Meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock at Beth Jacob Congregation. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will present a book review. Miss Ann Rubin will give a child welfare program and there will be a Passover reading by Miss Polly Gershon, to a waste materials firm under the impression that they would bring 40 cents a pound The Firm tore off the covers and deducted their weight since it was interested only in the paper The total return to the woman was going to be SI.25. Before the check was drawn, the woman learned that she was going to get far less than the S4 she expected While the firm was said to be non-Jewish, she only knew that she had been dealing with a Jewish manager Gut Shabbos! "STAY THROUGH MAY" EZELL AUTO CO. WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF CARS 24 N. W. 4th St. Ph. 2-6504 Vichy (WNS) — Three large wine estates belonging to the Rothschild family have been confiscated, it was announced here by the Vichy government. The announcement added that the estates would be converted into agronomical schools and experimental stations. "STAY THROUGH MAY" SAXON Cigarette Service 3898 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-6677 O'CLOCK CLUB DRINKS ON THE HOUSE AT 5 3 SHOWS • 2 BANDS MIAMI BEACH NEVER A COVER PIERRE L .HILL! "STAY THROUGH MAY" J. FRANK VANN Fleetwcod Cases and Coolers 1301-1303 N. Miami Ph. 2-1525 "STAY THROUGH MAY" JOHN A. MATTHEWS ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR PHONE 2-2412 620 Security Building MIAMI. FLORIDA Pedestrian Has Right-ofWay on Green Light 1. When you are driving ln the business or residential district of a cltv or twon and somebody Is crosslnq the street on foot ln a cross-walk marked on the street bv painted lines or Is crosslne In line with the sidewalks, you must elve the rieht-of-way to that pedestrian and let him finish crossIns ahead of vou unless there are traffic signals 'stop and eo light.-?) or a police officer controllinn traffic at that point. 2. If vou are on foot and classing the street or highway at inv other olare than In a marked •ritwa1k T m line with the sidewalks ai intersections vou must 'et 'he vehicles go bv before vou TOSS 3 If vou are on a main stree' on which cars coming ln from the iht or left on cross stref-ts must 'too because of "STOP" SIPTI* ?mi in not have anv special rlht%  >f-wav over the vehicles -mln r "m Prom streets A' such inter sections the usual rlght-of-wav ] •ules are ln force DR. EUGENE WEISS PODIATRIST CHIROPODIST Mercantile National Bank Bldg. 420 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Office Ph. 5-6904 Res. Ph. 5-5501 "STAY THROUGH MAYMR. AND MRS. Chas. M. Tannenbaum The Bryan Park Pharmacy •'STAY THROUGH MAYLAW'S TRANSFER Light and Heavy Hailing Agents for Storage War. house Co. 1815 N. W. 7TH AVENUE PHONE 2-5792 New York (WNS)—The British government in Palestine released 30 refugee boys and girls between the ages of 11 and 16 from the detention camp at Athlit. near Haifa, in time for the end of the Passover festival. "STAY THROUGH MAY" A. F. GIVEN PHONE 2-4033 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT 113 Shoreland Arcade MIAMI. FLORIDA C. W. PETERS FOR STATE LEGISLATURE "STAY THROUGH MAY" OORE'S FURNITURE N. E. 2nd AVENUE—AT 40th STREET I Am Committed to the Protection of Our Schools I Am For the Protection of Property Owners trom the Ravages of the Tax Shark Old Age Pensions Must Be Maintained (Haiti Political Adr. by Friends) CLUB BALI BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AND 8TH STREET LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE RADIO ACES ,„,, ,, S,; rs f Stage. Screen and Radio AIHI trie Biggest Hit of the 1942 Miami Season n. T ^ A LLSTAR SHOW OPENS THURSDAY Include n mner from SI50 P ne 2 1598 includes Dancing and Show Neve r a Couvert ELECT YOUR FRIEND GEORGE S. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1942 +Jewlst IhridOctn POLITICAL BRIEFS PAT CANNON Pat Cannon is waging an active campaign for congress from the Fourth Congressional District for reelection to his third term. Last election he was returned without opposition, a tribute his friends say, to his meritorius service and accomplishments. He is pledging his support for legislation designed to bring to this district the prosperity it deserves. He proudly points to his record in supporting lnc president's policies and program 100%. SOL D. HOROWITZ With a platform plank of "Dade County for Dade Countians" and a pledge of true representation, Sol D. Horowitz, a resident of Dade County for 17 years is a candidate for the State Legislature, Group 1. He attended Universities of Miami and Florida, is a practising attorney and cowinner 1937 Redfearn Prize. Former associate judge of Miami Beach. "If elected, he stated, "will serve Dade Countians with Hi, same integrity that has characterized my entire life." "I say beware of the public official or publisher who picks upon the public utility or race track in order to becloud the issues before the voters. Such methods as laxing a race track for the benefit of the schools or old age "STAY THROUGH MAY" ALCAZAR SERVICE STATION 502 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9812 SOL D. HOROWITZ assistance is too Indefinite and uncertain a method of providing revenue for those purposes. It may be good for one or two years —then other sources of revenue must be located. The schools must not be made to depend upon gas sales revenue. Taxes must be kept at a minimum. Labor and Capital must be allowed to exist harmoniously. Therefore, we must elect to office those men with the intelligence and ability unwarped by selfishness who offer their service to the electorate. "STAY THROUGH MAY" JANITOR SUPPLIES SANITARY SUPPLIES INSURED EXTERMINATING "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE 3-3955 MIAMI, FLORIDA G. A. WORLEY G. A. Worley, the present State Attorney of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, comprising Dade and Monroe Counties, was appointed in June, 1935 and was re-elected in 1938 by an "STAY THROUGH MAY" ROY R. WELTON WELTON INSURANCE AGENCY Langford Bldg. Ph. 3-8658 "STAY THROUGH MAY" TIP TOP Grocery Stores "The Fineit Foodstuffs the Market Affords at Reasonable Prices" 27 N. W. 5th St.—Phone 2-8194 1301 W. Flagler St.—Phone 2-6745 665 N. W. 36th St.—Phone 7-6276 2425 S. W. 8th St.—Phone 4-441 "STAY THROUGH MAY" MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES 127 N. W. 2nd Street Phone 2-5935 EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION E. B. WILDMAN. Manager 1380 SOUTH WEST EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-1661 | H50 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9017 "STAY THROUGH MAY" DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 3-2907 J B HURST HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN t—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU7 Phon* MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER 8ALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM 80Y ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There li No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK PAGE SEVEN overwhelming majority of three to one over his opponent. He has been a resident of Miami since 1897. He was educated in the public schools of Dade County. Studied law in his father's law office while working as a Deputy Clerk of the Criminal Court of Record and was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court in 1912. He has been actively engaged in the practice of law for thirty years. He is a member of the American Legion, a Scottish Rite Mason, member of the Mahi Shrine, member of the Royal Order of Jesters, an Elk and member of various other civic organizations. Mr. Worley has prosecuted cases attracting nation-wide interest, and was the recipient of a congratulatory telegram from John ttlgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, jor his prosecution of the McCall Kidnapping case. GEORGE S. OKELL George S. Okell. candidate for Group 3 of the State Legislature, has been a resident of Dade County, Florida, for thirty-two years. He was educated in the public schools of Miami and graduated from Miami High School and the University of Miami. irl nce admission to the Bar in 1933. he has practiced law here Mr. Okell stated. "I am for a constructive and progressive program for Dade County as determined by its leaders and voiced by the people as a whole. When elected, I will meet with the other members of the Dade County Legislative group and urge open hearings that the general public may appear and present any legislative problems that would affect Dade County and to confer with the legislative group in a forward-looking school program for the development of the finest system of schools in a State such as we have here in Dade County. C. W. PETERS "The people of Dade County have known me many years as a neighbor, a citizen, a practicing attorney having a clientele that is a cross section of the population" stated C. W. Peters, candidate for State Legislature, Group 3. "I have not been a perennial "STAY THROUGH MAY" GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE A. E. DETWILER, Manager 61 N. E. 9th Street Ph. 3-6097 "STAY THROUGH MAY" CORAL GABLES GARAGE 132 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables "STAY THROUGH MAY" LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage Co. 328 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5411 "STAY THROUGH MAY" FARREY Hardware Co., Inc. 1692 ALTON ROAD 717 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH IT LIKES YOU seeker of public office. It is only as a private citizen that my record has been written." Mr. Peters, as part of his legislative program, proposes to exert every effort to find a remedy for the problem of ever increasing taxation with diminishing income. He further stated that he will introduce a bill in the Legislature preventing the issuance of tax deeds until one year after the close of the war giving the owner time to save his property due to present conditions. B'NAI B'RITH BROWARD AUXILIARY At the last meeting of the B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary of Broward County, it was voted upon to buy a S100 defense bond for the organization. The next regular meeting will be held April 23rd at the Surf Hotel, Polk and Ocean, in Hollywood. A social for men and women on May 7th, at the Surf Hotel in Hollywood, will mark the first anniversary of the organization in Broward County and there will be speakers and entertainment. GERMAN LEADERS ZIELONKA MEMORIAL HALL DEDICATED IN EL PASO On Sunday March 22nd at El Paso, Texas, Temple Mt. Sinai dedicated the "Zielonka Memorial Hall" in honor of Rabbi Martin, spiritual head of the temple until his death in 1938, assuming the position in 1900. A son. Rabbi David Zielonka is rabbi of Tampa, Florida's Reform Congregation. CANTOR HERMAN MARBEIN TO REMAIN AT BETH DAVID At a recent board meeting of Beth David, Cantor Herman Marbein was elected to remain with the Congregation to the end of the fiscal year, according to an announcement made this week by congregation officials. "STAY THROUGH MAY" COX & LEVEGOOD (Successors to J. E. Kelly) OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS CIVIL COURT OF RECORD 623 Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-2715 MIAMI. FLORIDA "STAY THROUGH MAY" GREENTREE HOTEL 110 N. E. 2nd Ave. Miami, Fla. "STAY THROUGH MAY" MONTZ M. DRUCKER 1053 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-3774 London (WNS)—Urging a systematic reschooling for the German people in the post war world as the "only road that will lead to enduring peace," Chief Rabbi Hertz, broadcasting over the BBC network, declared that punishment for Nazi atrocities should be confined to the "blood-stained leaders" who conceived and carried them out. In his address the Chief Rabbi declared: "Wholesale condemnation of any race, of any people, is inconsistent with a rational approach to the great human problem of how to deal with the enemy peoples, that will face us after the war. It is true we can not in justice condone and we Shall not condone the stubborn inhumanities of the Nazis, or the unspeakable cruelties of the Japanese, in Hong Kong. But punishment must be confined to the blood-stained leaders who conceived, and the dehumanized agents who carred out these devilish crimes. The argument, that, for example, millions of German nationals have long approved those doings of their rulers does not justify vengeance upon the entire German nation. "We must remember that the Germans have gone through the greatest school of brutality in the world—the German army. The task therefore facing us is nothing less than their systematic reschooling for membership in human, as opposed to military society. It is a hard task and it will prove a weary task, remedies have been proverbially slower than diseases but it is only the road that will lead to enduring peace." Saturday, April 18th is the last day that you may register to vote in the coming primaries. The Best Time of the Year "STAY THROUGH MAY" SPOTLESS LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING Lewis Mendelsohn. Mgr. 2625 Coral Way Ph. 4-5172 "STAY THROUGH MAY" VICE'S BAR & RESTAURANT 35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891 "STAY THROUGH MAY" 2052 N. W. 2nd Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA "STAY THRU MAY" HQUSER CO. INC., INSURANCE First Trust Building Phone 3-2648 MIAMI, FLORfDA FLUID HEAT AND TIMKEN AND CHRYSLER EQUffMENT FUEL OILS GIBBS OIL CO. 4201 N. W. 2nd Avenue Phone 7-4531 'STAY THROUGH MAY" J. LAMAR PAXSD N



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ea£ PAGE EIGHT vJeKistiflcricHan FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1942 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ NEWS 'ROUND TOWN Bon Voyage Mr. G. Our erstwhile executive directfor a real treat when on America"s voungest and most intellectual rabbis. Rabbi Milton Steinberg, formerly of my home or. Maurice Grossman, left this town of Indianapolis. addri.-.-LS morning on the Silver Meteor' the conV ention. to attend the 25th annual conven-; g „ L %  one f the 0 ] d tion ol the Jewish Welfare Board %  .-* aroun d the Y. M. H. A. in New York City. The response. XTUS' rnormng for Camp to attend this convention was so 0 ,„„,,;„„ be m ducted into great that they changed the site MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director Y. M. H. A. from the 92nd Street Y. M. H. A. to the larger Hotel Commodore quarters. I am certain Mr. Grossman will relish the little change of scenery and chance to bring back to the Greater Miami citizenry a clearer understanding of what is expected of us in the war effort. Mr. Grossman is in Blanding to the U. S. army. Lots of good luck. Solly. Congrats to Harry Smart, taker of the Y. M. H A., who celebrated his 73rd birthday with a party at the "Y" last Tu> April 14. Many happy returns of the day, Harry. Shirley Rothschild, un lersi retary of our executive din t will assume charge of the "Y" office and its affairs during Mr. G.'s week absence. The athletic commit: Y. M. H. A., led by Frank Rose, requests every one of y u : Iks who may have some pi< : athletic equipment that spare to do so by calling 3-4 12 Thank you. "V" Bazaar and Dance From the enthusiasm evidi I by the various individuals and i groups comprising the Y. M. H A., we are confident that this year's event will far surpass anything we have held previously. George Rachlin. chairman of ticket committee, which is rig the public $100.00 in Defense Bonds, is elated to state that sales have been going very well and is hoping for a crowd of 1500 or more folks and youngsters to be present Saturday night. May 2. and all day Sunday and night. May 3. The entertainment committee has contacted the outstanding acts and entertainers in the area and we have already said yes. Now for them to do likewise. We wish to thank George Rachlin. Larry Grossberg. Leo Ackerman. Phil Berkowitz. Joe Berman. and your scribe who each have sold S25.00 worth of DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 937 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry tickets and from the Y. W. HA Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Mrs. Ann Chester and Mrs. Fanny Deutsch for their fine work; also, the Ahmv Girls' Club and the A.Z.A. boys "who are also doing a tine 1 bit of work. Everv penny realized from this bazaar'and dance will be placed directly in the bank of the Y. M. H. A. Service Men's Dance Saturday Night Another n-gularr bi-weekly S. nice Men's Dante Will be held at the Y. M. H. A. on Saturday night. April 18. at 8:30 o'clock Mrs. Harrv Hacker is in charge of all arrangements. Refreshments will be served and the music will be furnished by the W. P. A. orchestra. The Y. M. H. A. has again been requested by Local Board No. 6 to use its place as a center of n gistration on April 27 between hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m. Tl is registration is for all men n the ages of 45 and 65 have not previously regisThe • Y" is glad to be of ce to the government. Boy Scouts The Troop Committee of Troop o. Boy S uu : tl V M. H. A.. .ire in announcing the tmi :' of Al Kahn as its .. S -' %  %  % %  •' % %  I A] is .i local th< troop looks fi rward lishing : is '.r-.ings as a resull f his leadi rshij Y. W. H. A. genen eting of the Y. W. H A will I i hi Id on Wed.. Ar, ril 22. Mrs. v Grossman, chairman of | program an-1 nouncc? that a prominent speaker will address the ladies. All are : %  •• %  New Series of Lectures at "Y" ; A scries of lecturess on Nati i al Defense began at tht Y Tuesday evening, April 14. A. L. Ri ynolds. chairman of the speakers committee of the Dade County Di f( nse Council, was the principal speaker. These lectures will be held every Tuesday night at the Y. The next speaker will be Major H. B. Lewis, who will speak on the necessity for protection in air raids "and what the government provides for such protection. "STAY THROUGH MAY" E. GEORGE BERNARD Postal Bldg. Miami. Fla. "STAY THROUGH MAY" KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL CO. 2nd Floor Shoreland Arcade MIAMI, FLORIDA "STAY THROUGH MAY" TUTTLE GARAGE 35 S. E. 4th St. Ph. 3-2912 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best Alka-Seltzer And Thy Say It With a Smile! Do the members of YOUR family say this? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer a thorough trial. All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will 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 covers its use in all conditions listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neuralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer "STAY THROUGH MAY" CUNNINGHAM JEWELRY CO. 40 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2637 LEGAL NO T I C E S NOTICE IS HKHKRY GTVTvT" Mrs. K. Strelif IK entaKod In i., th under the flctltloua name of arSSia .1 BW BI .It Y CO. not I,,,' !" E "P IViiiiHylvanla Avenue. Mi-i'mi ,, "U Florida and Intends to ret ', !ea ^ flptltloua name In the ..mlTli^ Clerk of the Circuit Co,, lf 0f n "l County. Florida. of Dd 3/20-27 4/3-10-17 MRS. a RTmcFp %  Sole Owner TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Notice is hereby given that ti del-signed, pursuant w, Chantur •& Lawi of fiorlda, 1941, wlfl fJ2S With the Clerk of the Cireui ?• er of. Dade County. Florid, „ ,7' ce pt of proof of the pukliSu* 4/17.TO#Va RONER -* ih-tmous name in *k. .fflce of the Clerk of ,h, M Conn of Dad.County. Ki,„j,| a ir

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

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Jewish Floridiar
BUY
UNITED
ITATFI
ONDS
VOLUME 15No. 16
|% Qo**imNe rihe Jewish (Umalty
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ICTORY
BUY
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1942
ELGIflW GOV'T
PLEDGES END DE
JEW INJUSTICES
London (WNSi Premier Hu-
bert Pierlot of the Belgian gov-
ernment-in-cxile this week has
pledged the re-establishment in
post-war Belgium of the principle
of "freedom and equality for all"
and extended assurances that an
Allied victory would end in-
justices against the Jews.
"The laws and customs of Bel-
gium have never allowed any dis-
tinction among its citizens ac-
cording to the race to which they
belong or in which others claim
to place them," Mr. Pierlot
Stressed. "All Belgians are equal
before the law. Those are the
principles in the shelter of which
the Jews of Belgium lived peace-
ably until the German invasion.
"These principles are of a per-
manent character. They are the
very foundation of Belgian legis-
lation and the re-establishment
of them, and respect for them,
are among our war aims.
"It is well known that the Bel-
gian government, supported by
public opinion, did all in its
power in the years immediately
preceding the war to alleviate
the great distress into which Na-
zi persecution had plunged the
Jews. Only victory of the Allies
will put an end to the injustices
of which the Jews have been the
victims."
NAZIS ORDER JEWS DISPLAY
MOGEN DAVID ON DOORS
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
government has issued a decree
compelling all Jews in the Third
Reich to display "mogen davids"
on the doors of their homes, it
was reported here. The order be-
came effective on April 15. Hith-
erto. Jews had been compelled to
wear a "mogen david" (Star of
David) on their street clothing
to distinguish them from "Ary-
ans."
The order specified that the
"mogen davids" must be yellow
in color and sewed on black
backgrounds. A "mogen david"
must be displayed in front of ev-
ery home in which Jews live. In
cases where Jews and "Aryans"
reside in the same building, the
outer door of the building and
the apartment door of the Jewish
tenant must be clearly marked
with a "mogen david."
PRICE 10 CENTS
I. S. SOLDIERS AT
GALLANTLYTOEND
GREET LEDNBL1
BIRTHDAY
SIXTH VOLUME OF JEWISH
ENCYCLOPEDIA IS OFF PRESS
New York.A comprehensive
article on all phases of Judaism
is a major feature of the sixth
volume of the Universal Jewish
Encyclopedia which is just off
the puss, according to an an-
nouncement by Rabbi Isaac Land-
man, editor-in-chief of this ten-
volume work in English.
The remaining four volumes are
scheduled to appear at short in-
tervals during the current year.
iSnft volume contains nearly
i.iuO authoritative surveys of
Jewish communities (65), Bible
and Talmud subjects (127), or-
ganizations and institutions (49),
and hundreds of biographical
evaluations of outstanding Jews
*no have made contributions to
tne progress of science down
through the ages.
The sixth volume of the Uni-
versal Jewish Encyclopedia is
aidicated to the memory of Solo-
mon Schechter (1847-1915): "Dis-
nauished scholar and teacher
wnose corning to the United
es .narked the inauguration
** i V'ra ln American Jewish
warship and through whose
be
en brought to a more profound
tinn"C'i- ,n of thc Jewish tradi-
ieaL) Earlier volumes were ded-
hut r ,' Gt,wge Alexander Ko-
Marsl, I. M' Warb"rg. Louis
"shall. Isaac Leeser, and Isaac
' Wise, respectively.
New York (WNS)Expressing
sympathy and admiration, 200
outstanding leaders in all walks
of life cabled a message of greet-
ing last week to Leon Blum, for-
mer Premier and leader of the
Popular Front in France, who
was 70 years old on April 9th.
He has been imprisoned for
nearly two years together with
other former French leaders,
charged with leading the nation
unprepared into war.
At the recent "war-guilt" trial
in Riom. his brilliant defense
caused the trial to rebound
against his accusers and was
largely responsible for the Nazi
decision to postpone further pro-
ceedings.
The cable read: "Thc under-
signed Americans, on the oc-
casion of your seventieth birth-
day, wish to express to you their
sympathetic greetings, and their
admiration of your courageous
stand in the cause of freedom
and democracy."
Among those who signed the
message were: Governor Leh-
man, Albert Einstein, Louis
Bromfield. John Dewey, Edna
Ferber, Dorothy Canfield Fisher.
Fannie Hurst, Marquis James,
Dorothy Thompson, Christopher
Morley, Vincent Sheean. Upton
Sinclair. Archibald MacLeish, |
Sigrid Undset. Arthur Garfield
Hays. George Gordon Battle, the
Rt. Rev. Edward L. Parsons. Bi-
shop Frank J. McConnell. Major
George Fielding Eliot. Professor
Franz Boas. Raymond Gram
Swing, Walter Damrosch, William
Green and John Haynes Holmes.
Washington (WNS) The
heroic defenders of Bataan, who
repulsed numerically superior Ja-
panese troops for months, fought
gallantly and courageously to the
very end when, exhausted by
lack of food and constant fight-
ing, they were overpowered by
the invading Japs who outnum-
bered them about five to one.
The determination of the
American fighters was demon-
strated in a letter, dated Feb. 5,
1942, received by Mrs. Rachel
Cohen of Brooklyn, from her bro-
ther, Lieut. James Kabakow. sta-
tioned in Bataan. The letter fol-
lows:
"A few simple words to let
you know I seem to be all right
so far. I guess the newspapers
are giving you more details about
the situation than I can at this
particular time. You see, there
is a war going on all around us.
and you must understand that 1
am unable to disclose any details.
Suffice to say, I have been suc-
cessful in dodging Jap bombs
and I am unscratched.
"When I see you, I'll try to
imitate the sound of a falling
bomb and other things. After
this affair is settled, I am sure I
woo't regret the experience; In
fact, you couldn't get me to quit
what I'm going through for a
million bucks.
"There is just one thing in par-
ticular which worries me the
most. And, naturally, that is to
know how my wife and little kid
Joey fared and are getting along.
I sent them to a near-by province
a few days after war began and
shortly after the Japs landed at
a port in the same province. They
are now in enemy territory (for
the time being) and I hope to
find them as soon as we push
the Japs into the sea.
"Well, Rae, I know you will
understand thc necessity of my
being so abrupt in trying to write
this notebut there is a war go-
ing on, and we've got to get in
the habit of keeping our mouths
shut for a change. There is just
a chance that this letter will get
through and if it docs, you might
let me know. Best regards and
love to all."
241 NAMES ADDED TO DADE
COUNTY'S OLD-AGE ROLLS
The State Welfare Board's pro-
gram of expansion added 241
names to Dade County's Old-Age
Assistance rolls during March, ac-
cording to announcement of R.
E. McDonald, chairman of Dis-
trict 9 Welfare Board, just re-
cently released.
During the same period. Mr.
McDonald said, 2,010 names
were added to state rolls, the
largest total for any month since
shortly after the payment of pub-
lic assistance with joint state and
federal funds was begun in July.
1937.
As of March, 2815 residents of
Dade county were receiving
S52.791 monthly in old-age assist-
ance, while in the state the num-
ber of recipients had increased to
41.022 and monthly cash grants
to a new high of $579,415. or at
the rate of nearly $7,000,000 per
year.
DENOUNCE ACTS
FR. COUGHLIN
SOVIET JEWS ASK
HELP TQ RUSSIA;
SEDERS ARE HELD
Kuibyshev (WNS) Stressing
that "Fascism threatens to des-
troy and annihilate the Jews in
all countries throughout the
world." the Jewish Anti-Fascist
Committee in the U.S.S.R. this
week called upon Jews in all
parts of the world to aid the So-
viet government in its war
against Nazi Germany.
The Committee, headed by
noted Russian Jewish writers, ar- j
tists and scientists, declared that'
the fate of all peoples, "especially
the fate of the Jewish people." Stockholm (WNS) Indicating
depends on a military victory inhuman living conditions in the
over the Nazi armies, and urged two Jewish ghettos at Lublin in
Washington (WNS)Two lead-
ing Catholic members of the
United States Senate, James E.
Murray of Montana and James
M. Mead of New York, this week
denounced the Nazi racial and
religious theories which Father
Charles E. Coughlin has been
openly preaching in his publica-
tion "Social Justice." Neither
Senator mentioned the Detroit
anti-Semite by name but impli-
cation of their speeches, inserted
in thc Congressional Record, was
unmistakable.
Meanwhile, great significance
was attached here to a recent
ruling of the Internal Revenue
Bureau which will require every
non-profit corporation, even to
those exempt from income taxa-
tion, to file returns showing "the
purpose for which it was organ-
ized, its actual activities, the
source of its income and the dis-
position of such income" and
other facts relating to thc cor-
poration's operations.
This ruling, it was pointed out,
will enable the government to in-
vestigate Father Coughlin's "So-
cial Justice" and to learn the
identity of the anti-Semitic pa-
per's backers. Hitherto. Father
Coughlin has claimed immunity
from government investigation on
the ground that his activities
were religious in character.
LUBLIN GHETTOS CLOSED TO
FURTHER JEWISH DEPORTEES
Albany (WNS)A plan to fa-
cilitate employment of loyal al-
iens in war industries is under
consideration by the government,
it was disclosed here by Governor
Herbert Lehman of New York.
Last Registration Warning
Registration books will be finally closed tomorrow,
Saturday, April 18th. Those who fail to register will
not be able to cast their ballot on election day.
You may still register on the first floor of the court
house between the hours of 9 A. M. and 6 P. M.
Again, we urge all citizens to exercise the privilege
of the ballot before it is too late
te.
STATE WILL HOLD
BOND SALE DRIVE
America has a war to win and
to pay for, and the Every Ameri-
can Canvass will be held in Flor-
ida from April 17th to 20th, when
volunteer workers in every sec-
tion of the State will endeavor to
enroll all citizens, with regular
incomes, in a plan to purchase
U. S. Defense Bonds and Stamps,
weekly, monthly or at some other
stated period.
Under this plan each citizen
will be given an opportunity to
| do his part toward winning the
1 war against the worst form of
I tyranny the world has
known.
It is not planned to ask any
citizen to agree to loan any speci-
fic amount. But each will be
asked to pledge he will buy as
many U. S. Defense Bonds and
Sttamps as he can, and as long
as he financially is able to do so.
Each pledge will be entirely
confidential. There will be no
coercion. Governor Spessard L.
Holland is honorary chairman of
the effort.
Jews in the United Nations to
"follow the example of the So-
viet Jews" in resisting Nazism.
The message of the Jewish An-
ti-Fascist Committee follows:
"Fascism threatens to destroy and
annihilate the Jews in all coun-
tries throughout the world. The
defense of the Jewish population
in the United States. Breat Bri-
tain, Canada Palestine and other
countries where freedom still pre-
vails has become thc problem of
the day. .
"The Red army, therefore, de-
serves not only more admiration
and praise, but real aid in the
form of arms, medical and all
other supplies it needs. The
Jews must display a maximum
of initiative and activity in this
field."
Thousands of Russian Jews as
well as Jewish refugees from Po-
land and thc Baltic provinces ob-
served Passover this year at the
large public "seders", which were
conducted in the traditional or-
thodox manner. The observance
of Passover in the Soviet Union
was more widespread than at any
time since the Revolution.
NAZI PRISONERS IN LIBYA
AMAZED AT TREATMENT
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London (WNS) Nazi officers
and men captured by British
troops in Libya have repeatedly
expressed amazement at the
kindly treatment given them by
ever i Jewish military doctors attached
to the British forces, according
to Chaplain Rabinovitch of the
British Army in Libya.
Writing in the London Jewish
Chronicle, the Jewish chaplain
sttated that most of the wounded
Nazi captives were under the im-
pression that they would either
be killed or be given especially
brutal treatment by the Jewish
doctors. Many of the Nazis,
brought through a particularly
serious injury by the Jewish
physicians, voiced their surprise
and appreciation.
Nazi-conquered Poland, the Nazi
newspaper "Goniec Krakowski"
disclosed that local Nazi authorit-
ies haw announced that the ghet-
tos will be closed to further Jew-
ish deporcees because of lack of
living space.
The newspaper reported also
tile establishment of a ghetto in
Sambor, Galicia, With the ex-
ception of Jewish physicians, all
Jews in Sambor who reside on
previously indicated streets, have
been ordered to move into the
ghetto. The ghetto is located in
the Blich quarter of the city.
At the same time, it was
learned that Nazi officials in Po-
land have restricted the use of
medicines for Jews to those be-
tween the ages of 5 and 55. The
order which applies to patients
In hospitals and those treated pri-
vately, warned doctors that their
licenses will be taken from them
if they are found guilty of vio-
lation.
Meanwhile, executions of Jews
for leaving the ghetto without
permission were reported by Nazi
papers reaching here. In Radom
and Kielce. ten Jews charged
with this offense, were sentenced
to death and in Czestochowa a
young Jewish girl was hanged
when she was found outside thc
ghetto.
JAPANESE
REFUGEES
ARREST JEWISH
IN EAST INDIES
London (WNS) All Jewish
refugees in thc Dutch East Indies
have been placed under arrest
by the Japanese invaders, aided
by the Gestapo, it was reported
here by the Netherlands govern-
ment-in-exile.
Meanwhile, an eight o'clock
curfew has been imposed upon
all Jewish inhabitants of Java.
They have been ordered to re-
main in their homes from 8 p. m
to 5 p. m.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 17,
Social
Personals

Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
BIRTHS
ENGAGED
Dr. Barney Weinkle returned
to the city from a visit to At-
lanta, Ga.

Walter Kovner will return to
the city this week after a trip to
Washington, D. C.

Sol Levin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ely Levin, left Tuesday to join
tiie armed forces at Camp Bland-
ing.

Herbert Milner, formerly with
t;.;' A. D. I., office in Miami, will I
leave Monday for New York.

it E. Berkeley will leave
next weak on a business trip to
Porl th, Norfolk and the
. i area.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fi
announce the birth ol a daul
France.- Roberta, on April 11th.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1- via an-
nounce tiie bris ol thi .: si n, Mar-
shall. Tuesday April 14th. Rev.
Jos, pi: Malek i fficiated.

Mr. and Mrs Emil G
nounce the birth of a
on Tuesday at th Me-
morial Hospr:
Mr and Mrs. I. Tannen are
na the engagement of
r Belle, to i prporal
p, yser, son ol Mr. and
Mrs Meyer Peyser of Phila-
Tanni n graduated
Bi h Senior High
the Beach School ot
MARRIAGES
Annou nt i
e marriage ol M
: of this citj to Irvin
A Gr ssman I : I W i v\
.. N. J., aft( r visiting
d sister-in-law. Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Gri

V of Mr I
Mr-. M. Rubin. lett V.
: ': K W re he will serve
; I States

Mr. and Mrs. Saul E. Srolc of
New York will arrive in Miami
: tWO weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs. Louis

(I: ssman, executive
or of tiie Y. M. H. A., will Tiie Ladies Auxiliary of B"nai
New York to at- B'rith will hold a stag Tuesday
tend the 25th annual convention evening at Temple Israarl, Kaplan
day m Washingti i
>
The mat i Salter
to Dr. F< i linand K
Sunday. !>:'. '
H. Kaplan official 1. A
held at the Coral G
itry Club. The couple ar
ning in Havana.
ORGANIZATIONS
of tiie Jewish Welfare Board.

Extensively entertained during
their stay her.' are Mr. and Mrs.
r and daughter Mar-
sha ot New York, who are vis-
iting their aunt. Mrs. J. Engler. IH. A. April 22nd" at the "Y"
club rooms. He will bring a
Hall. A : iion is by paid moin-
ip card. An elaborate pro-
gram has been planned.

Judge Walter Beekham will
speak at the meeting of the Y. W.
BELLF. TANNEN
e of the State Conference
of Social Agencies here.
The I r William Kohn. attor-
l | will arrive Saturday from
New York to join his wife and
visit with his mother-in-law. The Miami Section National
s Stark. Coral Gables. Council Jewish Women will hold
its donor pledge luncheon Tues-
Moscow (WNS^Lieut. Captain
Israel Fizanovitch, commander of
day April 21st at 12:30 at the
Garden Restaurant. An interest-
a Russian submarine which was ing floor show will be presented.
lited with the sinking of two r
Nazi transports, was hon-
or, -d here with the highest award
of the Soviet Unionthe Order
of Lenin. The Jewish subma-
rine commander led an attack in
broad daylight against a heavily
guarded Nazi convoy and sent
For reservations call Council
House 3-6554 or Mrs. Jack Co-
hen, chairman. 5-3768.

The formal installation of mem-
bers of the Dorian Sorority was
held Saturday night at the home
of Gloria Kline with Miss Edith
two German troop ships to the Shier, president presiding offi-
bottom. i cer. Guests were enrollees of
Commerce. She is an active
ber of Jr. Ha lassah and
many other local organizations.
Corporal Peyser attended schools
in Philadelphia and is now sta-
tioned at Camp Lei. V*a. No date
has been set for the wedding.
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The last regular Forum of the
National Council Jewish Women
will be held Friday at 2 p. m. at
the Miami Beach Elk's Club.
Speakers will be Ethel Murrell,
attorney, who will speak on Wo-
men in the War. and Lee Cam-
eron news commentator whose
subject is What's Behind the
News0 Mrs. Julius Pearson is
chairman. The closing Forum
luncheon will be held May 1st
at the Alcazar Roof.
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ORGANIZATIONS
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman un-
der the auspices of the local N.C.
C.J. will address the Knights of
Columbus at their meeting Tucs-
day evening.

The Social Club of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center announces
the appointment of Mrs. Miriam
Sirkin as chairman of hostesses
for the recreation center for ser-
vice men at the center.

The Life of Spinoza will be the
topic of a lecture by Dr Abra-
ham Wolfson, Saturday at the
Spinoza Forum at 3:30 p. in.
Mrs. B. Shubow dramatic reader
will n rite several of Sholem
Alecham's works. Monday morn-
ing at 10:30 Edward Clark of the
University of Miami will lecw
on "Enoch Arden". 0n
day evening at 8:15 Dr. Wolf
son will start a course of 12 \1'
tures on Astronomy.

A joint benefit for the Ameri-
can Red Cross and Beth Jacoh
Talmud Torah will be held by th.
Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Mi^
Beach at the London Arms 757
Collins Avenue. Miami Bes'r-h
Friday. April 17th at 1:30 p J
Money raised for the Talmud T<
rah will be used for painting and
renovating the class rooms Lad
les in charge will be Mrs R0
Weiss, Mrs. M. B. Frank, Mrs R
" London. Mrs. I. L. Mintar
Mrs. Anna Berow. Mrs. Isador.
Goldberg. .Mrs. B. B. Wolfe Mri
Moses Kneger. Mrs. Jennie Krie-
ger, Mrs Anna Berger and Mrs.
Jennie Morris.
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KING'S. .2^^
KOMMENTS "*
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Confidence is what they feel
100%that they reveal
Rather boastful are they
In their arrogant way
Removing hereExpelling there
Soon for them a real nightmare.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mr and Mrs. Riengold have de-
parted for their summer home at
Tannenville, New York.
The cantor of Miami's Pio-
neer Congregation found him-
self somewhat upset assuming
that he was the subject of
King's verse last week .
and what's more he said they
found out "at meeting Sunday-
night" that he was re-elected
to the position King says
that's true!
These setups where the board
runs the organization but the
members don't know about it
makes it rather embarrassing for
both the members and the board
. something like trying to not
let your arm know what your
hand is doing.
B B's meeting last week not
only initiated a new class of
members but it seems a new
policy of a little politics for
the members ... the rally was
not enjoyed and a good time
was not had by all.
An attempt to replace delegates
appointed by a prior administra-
tion to the Cemetery Association
directorate failed last week. The
board's ruling and with a pre-
cedent to follow concurs that ap-
pointment for a term means a
term.
Mrs. Harry Greene was hostess
at the Beth El card party held
last Sunday.
L. C. Cohen has left to spend
the summer in New York.
Drive Carefully, Observe Traffic
Both Ways on 2-Lane
Highways
Mrs. A. Gasper was installed
president of the B'nai B'rith Aux-
iliary for her second term at the
annual luncheon meeting of the
organization at the Patio Grill
Monday.
Mrs Jennie Rotfort Miami,
president of the district grand
lodge of B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries
was installing officer and other
officers installed were: Mrs. Al
Wacksman, vice president; Mrs.
Sidney I. Bernbaum. treasurer-
Mrs. David Goldsmith, recording
secretary; Mrs. Harry A. Lee cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Dave
Feldman, Mrs. Jack Kapner. Mrs.
Barney Blicher, trustees; Mrs
Maurice Dickson, monitress; Mrs
Beatrice Weinberg, guardian,
Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, guide
ST,R,otfort rt'Prted extensively
on Hillel work and urged women
to take an active part in defense
work.
from District 2. has announced as
a candidate for re-election sub-
ject to the Democratic Primary
May 5th.
Mr. Cornelius has lived in West
Palm Beach for 17 years and is
engaged in the insurance busi-
ness. He is completing his third
term as county commissioner,
having been a member of the
board since January, 1937. From
1935 to 1937 he was a member
of the school board.
He states that he seeks re-
election on his record in office
and as a citizen and if elected
will continue to work toward the
development of Palm Beach
County to the benefit of all
Sgt. Albert Green has returned
to Camp Walters, Texas after
spending a ten-day furlough with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Green, 611 27th Street.
Before Changing Lanes Look Carefully Behind
Someone May Be Passing You.
LOUIS F. MAIRE
CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Solicits Your Vote and Support
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5. 1942
Paid Political Adv.
Miss Rosalynd Gruner, daugh-
SRAyrvfad Mrs- R Gruner.
3131 Washington Drive, a junior
at Goucher College. Baltimore,
has been elected editor-in-chief
of the Dilettante, college maga-
zine, for 1942-43.
CECIL (ZEKE) CORNELIUS
Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, local
business man and member of the
Board of County Commissioners
LET'S KEEP HIM
ON THE JOB!
He has shown the enemies of society in
Dade and Monroe Counties that they
can't get away with murder and pillage
here. He is the only able, experienced,
professional prosecutor of criminals who
s a candidate for Stale Attorney and
whose record in successfully handling
hundreds of criminal cases PROVES his
ability. Let's keep him at the task he has
performed so brilliantly. By doing so we
will help to preserve at home the law.
order and decency for which so many of
our boys will be fighting abroad!
RE-ELECT
RE-ELECT
CECIL (Zeke) CORNELIUS
ED. HAMILTON
Ed. Hamilton, well-known law-
yer of West Palm Beach and resi-
dent of the Fourth District for
the past 17 years has begun a
concentrated campaign for elec-
tion as Congressman in that dis-
ii j l W1" cover- personally,
ail of the nine counties prior to
the primary.
Besides the many rallies that
have been arranged for him. Mr.
Hamilton talked over radio Sta-
tion WQAM on Friday night
April 10th at 9:15 p. m. at which
time he announced his plat-
form and vigorousry criticized
the present incumbent for his
failure to get definite results that
WOjU -., vc used the facilities
arid idle man power of South
Honda to assist the nation's war
program and which would have
prevented many of the residents
of South Florida having to seek
employment away from their
homes.
Mr Hamilton's practice in the
JMorida Courts and the Supreme
Court, his numerous activities
among civic, church, athletic and
other groups for many years
has brought him numerous vol-
unteers who are now active on
his behalf during his campaign.
YESHIVA NOT CONNECTED
WITH OTHER INSTITUTIONS
Officials of the Rabbi Israel
Aaron Yeshiva have issued a
statement to the general public
to the effect that they have no
connection whatsoever with any
other institution on the beach or
elsewhere. "The Yeshiva has
been organized now for more than
a year," officials stated, "and our
plans for the establishment of a
parochial school are progressing
though slowly due to present day
conditions."
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
County Commissioner
DISTRICT 2
PALM BEACH
MAY 5, PRIMARY
ExperiencedEnergetic
Paid Political Adv.
Ed Hamilton
G. A. WORLEY
STATE
ATTORNEY
(Polllual AdniimlPM T F"d)
Amidst the quiet tasteful sur-
roundings of the modern Elks
Club meeting hall, thirty-six new
members were inducted into Sho-
lew Lodge, B'nai B'rith, before
an attentive audience.
The degree team, headed by
Brother Barney Spector, com-
posed of Brothers Milton Fried-
man, Maurice Cromer, Louis
Heiman and Ernie Sussman, are
to be congratulated in arranging
a ceremony that was marked by
its impressiveness and simplicity.
For about an hour, the audi-
ence sat in the dark and listened
intently to the beautiful cere-
mony conducted by candlelight.
Many of the old members agreed
that it was one of the most beau-
tiful ceremonies in the history of
the Lodge.
Brother Harry Simonhoff. who
is noted for his oratorical powers,
did not disappoint the audience
with his well chosen words con-
cerning Brother Sol Goldstrom
in whose honor the initiation
class was named. Afterwards, we
were privileged to hear Brother
Goldstrom say a few words in
thanking the Lodge sincerely for
the honor bestowed upon him.
Before the meeting was con-
cluded, we were addressed by
Brother Bill Boxerman, leader of
the local A. D. L. committee, who
gave a very interesting report on
the fine work of A. D. L. and in-
formed us that he had just re-
turned from a very successful
trip around the state.
Brother Carl Weinkle, chair-
man of the bond sales committee,
advised that over $100,000 in
bonds have been subscribed for
by members of B'nai B'rith and
the Women's Auxiliary. Natur-
ally everyone was very happy to
receive this news. Of course the
bond committee still continues to
take subscriptions. Everyone is
buying War Bonds every day.
When you make your purchase,
please call Brother Carl Weinkle
of the B'nai B'rith office so that
a record can be kept of the
amounts purchased by our mem-
bers. "If you cannot fight the
enemy with arms, you can fight
him with bonds."
Now for some social news.
Brother Al Pallot advises that a
summons to a smoker will be
sent to each member and will
definitely be held at the Shrine
Temple, Biscayne Boulevard and
14th Street, on Tuesday. April
21st, the only admission being
your paid-up membership card.
All members are urged to attend
and to bring all new members
wno have recently joined.
Incidentally the membership
campaign continues. We are still
setting our goal at 200 new mem-
bers.
You can do your part by ob-
taining at least one new member.
We cannot afford to fail.
Brother President Bernie Roth
wishes to advise that a special
meeting of the executive com-
mittee will be held in his office
on Friday at 4 p. m. All mem-
bers of this committee arc-
urged to attend as this will be a
most important meeting.
Congress
Pat Cannon
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THE J. W. B.
The National Jewish Welfare Board will
observe its 25th anniversary of service this
weekend, convening in New York to make
further plans to continue and enlarge its multi-
tudinous scope of endeavors.
The J. W. B.'s activities are at present
dominated to a great extent with its participa-
tion as one of the major organizations of the
U. S. O, catering to the needs of the service
men.
The J. W. B. is the parent body of the Y. M.
H. A.'s throughout the country and locally as
well. These "Y's" are the community and area
mediums and outlets through which the J. W.
B. is able to function.
The Greater Miami Young Men's Hebrew
Association through its facilities and under
the direction of its able executive director,
Maurice Grossman has been extremely active
in assisting this program's effectiveness in be-
ing carried out, and in being of valued service
to men of the armed forces.
The "Y" has had send offs for the Jewish
drafted and enlisted men presenting them with
tokens and staged a series of bi-weekly dances
for their entertainment. The hospitality com-
mittee has over 300 families listed who assist
and entertain the boys at dinner or for week
ends. This same committee provided hospital-
ity for all of the men for the recent Passover j
holiday.
The "Y" is at present assisting the J. W. B. |
in a survey to secure as complete a list as
possible of all men who have entered the ser-
vice from this area.
Included in its other defense activities the
"Y" has and is holding classes for air raid
wardens, giving first aid instruction lectures to
the general public on the National Defense
Program and serving as draft registration head-
quarters.
Needless to say the J. W. B., its program and
activities through its national bureaus and Y.
M H A.'s has earned a place of respect by
virtues of past and present accomplishments.
The observance of its 25th anniversary will
mark another milestone on its path to greater
achievement.
DO WTREGRET
"You know, I had it in mind all the time,
, and forgot to do it." What more pitiable ex-
' cuse can be offered than that when it comes
to a question involving the citizenship of a
' man or woman. And yet, we fear, that will be
1 the answer many of our Jews will offer after
April 18th, when they will be asked, "Have
you registered?"
Perhaps we are a bit harsh The Jewish
Floridian has never been alarmistic in its out-
look ... but it must face the facts nevertheless.
We, the Jews of the entire country, will always
receive every riaht of en American citizen only
SO LONG AS WE PARTICIPATE IN ITS GOV-
ERNMENT. The ugly head of religious bigotry
. un-Americanism anti-Semitism will
not be raised against us if it is known that we
are American citizens not in name alone .
but VOTERS WHO EXERCISE THEIR RIGHTS
AT THE BALLOT BOX. We do not advocate
regimentation of Jewish voters we do not
ask that Jews vote en masse we do not ask
that Jews vote for Jews simply because of that
fact but we do urge that Jews as American
citizens act Jewish in that they will respect
and appreciate the rights of suffrage granted
them.
NOTABLE QUOTE OF THE WEEK
"The great struggle in which our nation is
now engaged is a part of man's unceasing
quest for liberty and human right. No group
knows better than the Jews the sacrifice this
struggle has entailed in the past, or the quali-
ties of fortitude and faith which it will demand
horn us in the future."
John J. McCloy, Assistant Secretary of War
'Gee whiz, Mr. Jessup9
a DOUBLE-DECKER!"
You can see and smile at Billy's nickel double-
decker. But there's another double-decker
you can't seettiough you enjoy it every month.
It's in your electric billthe fact that the
average household rate is only about half of
u-hat it was 15 years ago.
You may not realize it, because you use more
electricity. While the rates were going down,
you were adding useful new electric appliances.
Right now, for a nickel a day, about Vt of all
American families light their homes, play their
radios, run their vacuum cleaners.
For two nickels a day, about % of all American
families operate lights, radio, clcar.er, toaster,
percolator, clocks and washer.
That makes the electric nickel just about ths
biggest double-decker in the world!
How was it done? By good business manago.
ment of the nation's eltctric companies.
FLOBIM
CMfMJVY
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
Murtty eonfidudid
________________By PHINEAS J. BfflON----------------------
WAR ECHOES
Observers agree that the Suez Canal area will be a hot
spot before long, because of the Nazis' need to push through
to the Mosul oil pipeline ... So what is being done about that
Jewish army? Camouflage, that most important factor in
modern warfare and defense, can be expected to reach new
heights of effectiveness now ... A number of Broadway's most
noted scenic designers, including our friends Jo Mielziner, Mor-
decai Gorelik and Harry Homer, have organized the Camou-
flage Society of Professional Stage Designers, and are offer
their talents to Uncle Sam ... To Soviet Information Commis-
sioner S. A. Lozovsky is credited an idea that brought quite a
few German deserters into the Russian camp during the winter
. It seems that one exception was made in the Russian
scorched-earth policyall the cabbages in evacuated territory
were left in the ground And inside each cabbage was a
slip of paper, printed in German, telling of the fine food awaitinq
those who would leave the Nazi army and enter the Russian
lines .
THE WAR EFFORT
We hope that as you spring-houseclean this year you'll keep
in mind Industrial Conservation Chief Lessing T. Rosenwald's
request to keep discarded metal and rubber items out of the
ash heap, turning them over, instead, to your local salvage
agency And Mrs. Mortimer Lehman, director of the volun-
tary workshops of the American Women's Voluntary Services,
has found a use for that most useless of all things, your worn-
out hose The New York AWVS has acquired a loom on
which stockings, after being cut into narrow strips, can be
woven into coverlets and blankets for military or civilian wel-
fare use Add to your long list of committees for anti-Fascist
action the Loyalty Committee, which is appealing to refugees
from Fascism and Nazism to chip in to a fund to be used lor
purchasing a fighter plane for the United States army ...
READERS' GUIDE
Recommended reading is Pierre van Paassen's article in the
current Redbook Magazine, in which he tells of some additional
"prophecies" by Hitler's Jewish soothsayer, Eric Jan Hanussen,
which have recently come to light Our scouts tell us that
since this article appeared many a family Bible has been dusted
off by readers hastening to check up on the Book of Daniel, on
which Hanussen based his last prediction, made when the
storm troopers were already hot on his trail Even Wendell
Willkie was turned down by the editors of the Saturday Even-
ing Post when he offered to write for them a reply to Milton
Mayer's "Case Against the Jews" Dorothy S. Backer, grand-
daughter of Jacob Schiff, who has succeeded her husband,
George, as publisher of the New York Post, is taking her duties
seriously Not only does she acctually direct the Post, but
she even finds time to help out the reporters on regular assign-
ments William B. Ziff's new book, "The Coming Battle ol
Germany," will be a best seller Ziff is the author of "The
Rape of Palestine," published a few seasons ago .
SIGNS OF THE TIMES
When Maurice Schwartz was in Miami en route to South
America, reports Harry Herschfield, the FBI was quite worried
about some mysterious-looking manuscripts he had in his bag-
gageuntil Schwartz got a local rabbi to certify that they were
not coded military secrets, but the scripts of the Yiddish plays
with which he was planning to entertain Jewish audiences in the
Good Neighbor lands Inventive Eddie Cantor has found a
novel way of raising funds for his camp, where kids from his
native East Side have a chance to catch a little fresh air in the
summer Instead of giving the usual benefit show, he is this
year asking his friends to send him checks for the privilege of
not going to see a performance that is not being given for the
camp Don't be surprised if pretty soon you'll be seeing
knots of garment workers grouped around their noontime Jew-
ish Daily Forward down in Manhattan's austere financial sec-
tion Rents in the uptown garment district are going up so
high that a number of dress manufacturers are now finding
cheaper to move down to the Wall Street neighborhood ..
ABOUT PEOPLE
I he Army Day combat team operations at Mobile, Ala-
were led by Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Schwolsky of West Han-
f The Schwolskys. whose father was a rabbi, are bom
ardent Zionists, the Judge being the president of his Zionist B*
gion Danny Kaye, the comedian who could go to HW
wood any time, but in the meanwhile is sticking to Broadway,
win make his screen debut in a film which Garson Kanin
making for the War Production Board Latest recruit to *
ranks of good-will-creators in the Latin American countnes
symphony orchestra conductor Otto Klemperer. with a tour"
fc "* your eve < young lady named EuJJ
&v ", ^hen She made her formal debut as a violin*'*
New Yorks Town Hall last week she created a sensation, on
tA*Z gm,a ,SO far as to ca the refinement and finesse, dJ
Playing little short of miraculous" Harry Warner, head*
Hollywood's Warner Brothers, is a sick man, and his fnen
Sble 9m^hlm ,0 S,ay in Arizona and rest UP aS l0ng rSe
TesSl' uiv, YOU never can ,el1 Here's a comedian &m
and vJ n6VeI wenl Wond the fifth grade in public school
shahtftir'^ lo lec,ure Harvard University g
birthiL u 62 Lcongrarulations to Benny Leonard on h J
on?of X.' WhlGh he ^ celebrated Benny is still recorded <
one of the greatest boxing champions of all time .


FRIDAY, APRIL 17. 1942
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
!41S Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
*Jewisti narUtam
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KKLLNER, Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 A.M.
Oneg Shabbat---------------8 P. M.
Sabbath Services
Rabbi Max Shapiro, rabbi of
Belli David Congregation of .Mi-
ami. will be guest speaker at the
Friday night services at 8 o'clock
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter on the subject, "This is Vic-
ii iv." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel
and the Center choir will offi-
ciate. On Saturday morning at
10 o'clock Dr. Bension will speak
on the Scriptural portion. At 5
o'clock he will teach perek; at 6
p, m. will be the Oneg Shabbos,
and at 8 o'clock the maariv-Se-
firah services. M. Gershon in-
structs the adult Bible ciass on
Monday and Wednesday after-
noons.
Dances for Uniformed Men
The Saturday night dances for
the men in U. S. military service
are continuing very successfully
under the joint auspices of the
Center Social League and the
Sisterhood. Last Saturday night
the attendance exceeded one
hundred.
Condolence
Our sincerest and heartfelt con-
dolence to Sarah Berman on the
sudden passing of her husband,
Meyer Berman. Mr. Berman was
one of our most generous mem-
md contributors. His many
friends will miss his genial per-
sonality. The Sisterhood joins
the Center in expressing our
deepeest sympathy to the widow,
who is vice president of the or-
ganization and an active and well
beloved worker. May the Lord
vouchsafe her consolation.
Thank You
Thank you cards for their hard
work in connection with the Pass-
over fund: Mrs. E. A. Grossman,
at Tudor Hotel; Mrs. Roe Bliss
Margolis. Dorset Hotel; and Miss
Sarah Wiener.
Sisterhood Party
The Sisterhood gave a delight-
id party on Choi hamoed
or on Sunday evening,
April 5th. The social room, the
and the Succah were util-
accommodate an excellent
att ndance and the Pesachdig re-
in :. io Simms was chairman of
ticket committee and she was
ed by an active committee.
Yizkor Appeal Satisfactory
l izk
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon---------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha
Maariv____
Saturday.....
5:30 p. m.
6:00 p.m.
9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
Rabbi Kellncr is absent from I torah
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach-
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21at Terrace
the city for a few days on a visit
to his brother, David, son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Koloman Kellncr
of Passaic. New Jersey, who is
stationed in Fort Jackson. South
Carolina as a recent member of
the armed forces.
Sunday School
Classes in the Sunday School
are in full session and will con-
tinue until the end of the pres-
ent term. Teddy Sackowitz con-
ducted a fine assembly program
in the absence of the Rabbi this
past Sunday.
Hebrew School
The Hebrew School will be op-
en during the summer as is cus-
tomary and parents are urged to
register their children in the
school for the new session.
Refuo Shelamo
J. Kessler has returned from
the hospital. We wish him a
speedy recovery.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman is recup-
erating at home from a recent op-
eration and the best wishes for a
complete recovery are extended
to her.
Shabbos Services
Rabbi Kellncr will preach this
coming Shabbos at 10 a. m. on
"New Months and Old Ideas."
Ethics of the Fathers
On Shabbos afternoon. Rabbi
Kcllner will speak in Yiddish on
the Pirke Aboth.
Two Bar Mitzvas
Two bar mitzvah boys will
celebrate their becoming of age
this Saturday morning. Gerald
Enerfeld will chant the morning
service as junior cantor in our
synagogue building. He and Jor-
dan Bittell will recite the Haf-
and deliver short ad-
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Services at the Shaarei Tefila
Congregation are scheduled for
Friday at 7:15 p. m. and Saturday
at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi
Rackovsky will speak during the
Saturday morning services on
"The Warning," and in the eve-
ning on "Jewish Ethics."
The class studying the "Biblical
Portion of the Week" will meet
at 5 p. m. Daily services at 8
a. m. and 7:15 p. m. The Bible
Class meets daily at 5:30 p. m.
, I The Ein Yakov groups meet Sun-
i mondous crowd of S day' Monda* and Tu"sda>' at 7:30
shiimor. ,..h i 'n j.u P- m- The groups studying Jew-
SynE,,. utSjZ &f Wl Law meet Wednesday and
W a'S^SSUS e Thursda* at 7:3"
garden and the services were
ast by loudspeakers to
minister to more than a thousand
men and women. In response to
'" impassioned appeal by Dr.
?a"Jue' Bension, a total of almost
MtfOO. was pledged in an aval-
anclio of contributions. All con-
tributions will be acknowledged.
Annual Dance and Frolic
Authoritative announcement is
nf ,u y Lco Robinson, chairman
ih ,u arrangements -committee,
mat tin. annual dance and frolic,
u i,!Uu ,and Popularity contest
Which will be featured on Sunday
SSI"* May 24th- under the
Jo nt auspices of the Center and
will i!s affilted organizations,
pi"' hon "eld at the American Le-
S ml Hal1 on 1828 Alton
**>. The hall is one of the
osi spacious in the city and
accommodate a very large
The committee is
will
attendance.
K2S every'Monday night and
"?, .Personnel incl
addition to Mr
its ,:"B "eiy monaay night a
adrii.7SOnnel deludes already
eSSS?" t0 Mr- Robinson, its
AuirT,3".' i.he following: Louis
FalkChwPr- i J' Falk' Mrs' J'
Helen p,Mrs- ay sirnrns. Miss
Mi 5Utter> Miss Jo Saunders,
SSlMrSSP Amsterdam. Miss
WJey Schwartz, M. H. Frankel.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Laudcrdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath eve services Friday at
8 o'clock. Guest speaker, Adolph
Rosenberg of Cincinnati and Mi-
ami Beach, chairman of the ex-
ecutive board of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m. Youth Club 11:30 a. m.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m.
All day sewing for American
Red Cross, British War Relief
Society, Bundles for Britain, etc.
Wednesday from 9 to 5.
Annual congregational meeting
Thursday at 8 p. m.
Herman Berk, Mrs. Helen Schoen-
feld, Mrs. Isadore Newman, Ed-
ward Newman, Joseph A. Ber-
man, Dr. J. B. Coleman, Max
Lippman, Miss Mae Sussman,
Mrs. Celia Wald, Miss Sally
Good.
dresses. Rabbi Mescheloff will
instruct the boys after their talks.
Cantor Mamches will chant the
additional service.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bittell and
Mr. and Mrs. S. Enerfeld, par-
ents of the boys, will serve re-
treshmenta in the Beth Jacob
Community Building after the
services.
Junior Congregation
Our boys and girls will meet
for their regular junior services
at 9 a. m. and will join the adult
service in the synagogue build-
ing at the Torah reading.
Minnionaires
Our Minnionaire boys bar
Mitzvah agemeet Sunday at 9
a. m. for their regular service
and communal breakfast served
by our Sisterhood.
Sisterhood Party
Held on Friday, the Sisterhood
card party proceeds will go to-
ward the Red Cross and the reno-
vation of the classrooms and au-
ditorium in our Community
Building.
P. T. A. Party
Our P. T. A. will hold a card
party Tuesday afternoon, May
19. The proceeds will go to-
wards rewards for outstanding
merit on the part of our Relig-
ious School students.
Mizrachi Picnic
The annual picnic of the Miami
Beach Mizrachi will be held on
Tuesday, May 5th at Matheson
Hammock. Tickets are already
on sale. Buses for transportation
to and from the grounds are be-
ing provided.
Mizrachi Buys Bonds
In response to an appeal made
by the Miami Beach Mizrachi
president, Harry Wasserman, at
Saturday night's meeting, some
SI,500.00 worth of Defense Bonds
were purchased. A Defense bond
committee consisting of Mrs. F.
Kalstcin, H. Wasserman and M.
Feit were appointed to continue
in this work.
School Picnic
All children of our daily and
Sunday classes will be the guests
of the P. T. A. in a picnic and
athletic event to be held at
Matheson Hammock Tuesday af-
ternoon, May 5th. Heading the
athletic committee are Cantor
Maurice Mamches, Miss Florence
Genet and Mrs. Evelyn Decky.
Awards for victors of the various
contests will be presented.
School Assembly
The following children took
part in this week's assembly pro-
gram: Maxwell Rosenthal, Gladys
Gewirtz, Dorothy Feit, Franklin
Schoenbaum. Rochelle Brooke.
Awards for outstanding work
on behalf of the J. N. F. were
presented to Jerry Schechter,
Shirley Brooks, Maxwell Rosen-
thai and Kenneth Kaplan.
Building Renovation
Estimates on renovations for
our Community Building are be-
ing obtained by our synagogue
building committee. Our Sister-
hood is taking the lead in this
work of renovation to make our
building even more attractive to
the many organizations who make
use of it every day in the week.
Scouts
Mrs. Evelyn Decky, Scout lead-
er of our Girl Scout Troop, was
the only Jewish Scout in the en-
tire region to be represented at
the regional convention held last
week in Savannah. We are proud
of your work, Mrs. Decky.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COL.MAN A. ZWITMAN
64UO IiGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 5-1733
R-ibbl Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to ay, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Do your part for the armed
might of your country, buy De-
fense Bonds and Stamps.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, April 17, 8:15.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
speak on "The Case Against the
Saturday Evening Post Articles."
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning. April 18, at
11 o'clock, congregational par-
ticipation. Toran reading and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion
by Rabbi Zwitman.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations of the
Temple and all of its affiliate or-
ganizations are hereby extended
to Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Kauders up-
on the occasion of their marriage;
to Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolkowsky. up-
on the occasion of the marriage of
their daughter Edna; to Dr. and
Mrs. David A. Nathan, upon the
occasion of their marriage; to
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lansburgh,
upon the occasion of their mar-
riage; to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Wolfe, upon the occasion of the
engagement of their daughter,
Gladys.
Sisterhood Elects
At the Sisterhood meeting of
Monday, April 6th, the follow-
ing officers and trustees were un-
animously elected: Mrs. J. Ger-
ald Lewis, president; Mrs. Har-
old B. Spaet, first vice-president;
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, second
vice-president; Mrs. Harry V.
Simons, recording secretary; Mrs.
Frank A. Perlman, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. G. Louis Mendel-
sohn, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Sam Luby, financial secre-
tary; Mrs. Frank Coret .treasur-
er; Mrs. Morris Plant, auditor.
The board of trustees are: Mrs.
Max Steuer, Mrs. Harry Nevins,
Mrs. Samuel Katz, Mrs. Philip
Weinstein, Mrs. Jan Jacobs, Mrs.
Adolph Werthcimcr. Mrs. Benj.
Landau, Mrs. Sam Zinkow. Mrs.
J. Bernstein, and Mrs. Louis
Strauss. Honorary trustees: Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Mrs. Col-
man A. Zwitman.
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: Louis New-
land, father of Mrs. Jules Gil-
lette; Samuel Merson. father of
Mrs. Frank Perlman, husband of
Mrs. Bertha Merson; Joseph Hol-
lender, father of Dr. A. R. Hol-
lender.
Yahrzeits: Rosa Osias. sister of
Mrs. Leona Levin; Harriet Schef-
freen Matthews, sister of Mrs. M.
L. Marcus; Cevia LeVinc. mother
of Benj. Lie vine; Meyer Lewis
Cowen, father of Morris L. Cow-
en; Abraham Feldman, father of
William Feldman and Mrs. Max
Solomon.
Memorial contributions were
sent to the Temple by Mrs. Lew
W. Lampl, Mrs. Anna LeVine, P.
S. Frieder, and Miss Malvine
Stern.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services________8:00 a. m.
Evening Services.....___7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning.........__ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily____3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
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Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Jewish Hour over sta-
tion WIOD this Sunday after-
noon from 4:30 to 5 o'clock. His
subject will be "This is the War."
Cantor Herman Marbein will be
in charge of the musical pro-
gram.
Sunday School Calendar
Final examinations of all
classes of Beth David Sunday
School will take place Sunday
morning. May 10th.
Closing exercises and prize
awards will take place Sunday
morning. May 17th and confirma-
tion exercises that same evening.
The annual picnic for the reg-
ular students only will be held at
Matheson Hammock, Sunday,
May 24th.
Sisterhood Elects Officers
At a well attended meeting
held last Wednesday, election of
officers for the ensuing year took
place. The following women were
elected to office: President, Mrs.
Harry Oliphant; first vice-presi-
dent, Mrs. Jack August; second
vice-president, Mrs. Hyman Soot-
in; third vice-president, Mrs.
Samuel Dickson; treasurer, Mrs.
George Goldberg; financial secre-
tary, Mrs. Norman Jacobs; cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. Elix
Hinkes; recording secretary, Mrs.
Dave Washer; sergeant-at-arms,
Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor. Mrs.
Edward Friedman.
Board of directors, one year:
Mrs. Chas. Abbott. Mrs. Joe M
Fine. Mrs. Max Halpern. Two
years, Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Mrs.
Sidney Rauzin, Mrs. Harry Rabe.
Three years, Mrs. Isidor Fine,
Mrs. Isador Langner, Mrs. Sam
Weissel.
We urge our many members
and friends who graciously re-
sponded at the memorial services
to please be kind enough to mail
their donations or dues to the of-
fice of the secretary.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in our
Memorial Book of Life, will be
observed this month of Iyar. The
anniversary candle is lit on the
eve before the English date men-
tioned, and the Kaddish begins
the same evening, until sunset of
the day mentioned:
Rivka. sister of Mrs. L. J.
Hartz, April 20th; Zabcl. father of
Morris Kaler. April 21st; Kaleh,
mother of Samuel A. Karns,
April 21st; Basyoh Chayoh. moth-
er of Mrs. Ida Jackson. April 22;
Miriam Raeza. mother of Mrs. H.
Rayvis, April 22; Moshe Meier,
father of Mrs. J. Engler. April
22; Mindel, mother of I. Koerner,
April 23; Farvel. father of I.
Koerner, April 27; Yacheskel,
father of I. Rosengartcn. April
28; Basyoh, mother of Isadore
Brown, May 1; Yitzchok Laeb,
father of Mrs. Phil Segal 1, May 2;
In memory of Clara Grief, May 2;
Shloma, father of Mrs. S. J. Pal-
lott, May 5; Tziviah, mother of
Nat Roth, May 4; Yoneh, hus-
band of Mrs. Jonas Behrmann,
May 5; Dovid Shloma, son of S.
N. Levine, May 7; Gleika, wife of
Moe Rippa, May 7; Avrohom
Yitzchock, father of Isidor Gold-
stem, May 9; Zaev Vulf, father of
Herman Rubin, May 10; Moshe
Shmuel, father of Mrs. Max Sha-
piro, May 10.
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FRIDAY, APRIL 17,
FROM THE
SWIVEL
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. Although previously always | TO JEWISH[OHGANIZJmOg
a good friend of Jews, she be- SYNAGOGUES AND RABBIS
good
gan to talk.
The ADL. without the woman s
knowledge, learned of the situa-
tion Since the woman's posi-
tion brought her into contact with
many people, it was lelt that it
was imperative to take some
action.
The Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation is the only local af-
filiate of the National Jewish
Welfare Board. The National
Jewish Welfare Board, identi-
fied with the United Service
. Organizations, is the recog-
The' manager of the waste ma-1 nized agency for welfare.and
rials firm was contacted by an religious activities in behait ot
men of the Jewish faith in the
military and naval forces of
the government. Persons and
Observe Rights Of
Pedestrians And
Save Lives
' tcrials ..
JADL staff man and the situation
explained ... It would mean only
S2.75 out of the firm's pocket
but a world of good-will both for organizations are. therefore.
the concern and for Jewry quested not to contact or enter
The man agreed ... As a result, into negotiations with any miii-
' a letter was dispatched by the
1 Jewish manager to the non-Jew-
ish woman, explaining that it
was all a misunderstanding, that
the covers were no good to the
1 paper firm and that ordinarily
tary or naval post in this area
for the purpose of hospitality
and other matters for the Jew-
ish service men. If you want
to entertain the boys, or if you
want to extend to them any in-
the county school board, the
covers were torn off and not in-
\ eluded in the weight How-
, ever, since it was her under-
wtth ?fn, "C.- ,,,.>h n standing that she was to receive
With attention focused on 4Q I(i|. t|u, ,,ooks,
Jewry s every move as a conse- ft continued, she would
quence of the intensive propa- enclosed a check for S4.U0.
ganda campaign seeking to N "Avaricious" Jews?
zify_ America, it becomes, abso-, g fi h.t,. ,hal
in purchases of books, even from vitation. or you want to contact
them for any matter whatso-
ever, please do so through the
Y. M. H. A.
We have implicit confidence
in the sincerity and devotion of
all Jewish men. women and or-
ganizations in this area, but for
be far better.
Many actions overlooked when
performed by gentiles are not
the fore to turn over their hotels
to the army with little, if any.
return on their investments
the sake of uniformity and for
the sake of avoiding confusion,
we would appreciate it if such
contacts are made through the
Y. M. H. A. Either phone or
write to the Y. M. H. A.
Young Men's Hebrew Assn.
By Maurice Grossman,
Executive Director.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
MRS. NATT'S
BAKERY
61 N. W. 36TH STREET
PHONE 7-1649
Buy Victory Bonds Today-
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
WEBER. THOMPSON
& LEFCOURT
ACCOUNTANTS and AUDITORS
1215.17 Alfred I. duPont Bldg
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BUSINESS. PROFESSIONAL
GROUP TO HOLD MEETING
ting the devclopm
synthetic rubber industry, with-
out bringing down violent hatred
against all gentiles But when
a newspaper accused five un-
named Miami Beach hotels south
of 18th street of raising lease
! a b o u t "avaricious" hotelmen
blocking the army from coming
here.
Voices of Defeat
Have you read "Voices of De-
feat" in the current issue of Life
rates to the government after m3?ine? ',; Thls artlf'e \s a
giving the army a price, gossip in cor.kt'r '. **,.? objective
restaurants, barber shops, buses f1CMre -of a dozen dangerous bl-
and
a
preached .
Sistencies of human nature. *hat *nuh.. readcrs wl1' et
Pax Vobiscum aroused by the expose and de-
A non-Jewish woman, in the ma.nd vigorous action from our
interests of defense, recently col- gubl!c. officials against he anti-
lected several hundred pounds [Semitic. pro-Nazi elements named
of books and turned them over iln J?'.;
,nd streets castigated all Jews dividual* and organizations who
>nd physical violence was determined that America
.reached Such are the incon-; *"ld L0SelhlS Waf V& h,,pV
The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah will hold their
Meeting Monday evening at 8
o'clock at Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will
present a book review. Miss
Ann Rubin will give a child wel-
fare program and there will be a
Passover reading by Miss Polly
Gershon,
to a waste materials firm under
the impression that they would
bring 40 cents a pound The
Firm tore off the covers and de-
ducted their weight since it was
interested only in the paper .
The total return to the woman
was going to be SI.25.
Before the check was drawn,
the woman learned that she was
going to get far less than the S4
she expected While the firm
was said to be non-Jewish, she
only knew that she had been
dealing with a Jewish manager
Gut Shabbos!
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
EZELL AUTO CO.
WE REPAIR ALL MAKES
OF CARS
24 N. W. 4th St.
Ph. 2-6504
Vichy (WNS) Three large
wine estates belonging to the
Rothschild family have been con-
fiscated, it was announced here
by the Vichy government. The
announcement added that the es-
tates would be converted into
agronomical schools and experi-
mental stations.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
SAXON
Cigarette Service
3898 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 7-6677
O'CLOCK CLUB
DRINKS ON THE HOUSE AT 5
3 SHOWS 2 BANDS
MIAMI BEACH NEVER A COVER
PIERRE L .HILL!
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
J. FRANK VANN
Fleetwcod Cases and Coolers
1301-1303 N. Miami Ph. 2-1525
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
JOHN A. MATTHEWS
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
PHONE 2-2412
620 Security Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Pedestrian Has Right-of-
Way on Green Light
1. When you are driving ln the
business or residential district of
a cltv or twon and somebody Is
crosslnq the street on foot ln a
cross-walk marked on the street
bv painted lines or Is crosslne In
line with the sidewalks, you must
elve the rieht-of-way to that pe-
destrian and let him finish cross-
Ins ahead of vou unless there are
traffic signals 'stop and eo
light.-?) or a police officer con-
trollinn traffic at that point.
2. If vou are on foot and
classing the street or highway at
inv other olare than In a marked
ritwa1k t m line with the side-
walks ai intersections vou must
'et 'he vehicles go bv before vou
TOSS
3 If vou are on a main stree'
on which cars coming ln from the
iht or left on cross stref-ts must
'too because of "STOP" sIpti*
?mi in not have anv special rlht-
>f-wav over the vehicles -mln
'r"m Prom streets A' such inter
sections the usual rlght-of-wav ]
ules are ln force
DR. EUGENE WEISS
PODIATRIST CHIROPODIST
Mercantile National Bank Bldg.
420 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office Ph. 5-6904 Res. Ph. 5-5501
"STAY THROUGH MAY-
MR. AND MRS.
Chas. M. Tannenbaum
The Bryan Park Pharmacy
'STAY THROUGH MAY-
LAW'S TRANSFER
Light and Heavy Hailing
Agents for Storage War. house Co.
1815 N. W. 7TH AVENUE
PHONE 2-5792
New York (WNS)The British
government in Palestine released
30 refugee boys and girls between
the ages of 11 and 16 from the
detention camp at Athlit. near
Haifa, in time for the end of the
Passover festival.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
A. F. GIVEN
PHONE 2-4033
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
113 Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI. FLORIDA
C. W. PETERS
FOR
STATE LEGISLATURE
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
OORE'S
FURNITURE
N. E. 2nd AVENUEAT 40th STREET
I Am Committed to the Pro-
tection of Our Schools
I Am For the Protection of
Property Owners trom the
Ravages of the Tax
Shark
Old Age Pensions Must Be
Maintained
(Haiti Political Adr. by Friends)
CLUB BALI
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AND 8TH STREET
LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE
RADIO ACES
,,, ,,S,;'rs "f Stage. Screen and Radio
aihi trie Biggest Hit of the 1942 Miami Season
n. t ^ ALLSTAR SHOW OPENS THURSDAY
Include nmner from SI50 Pne 2-1598
includes Dancing and Show Never a Couvert
ELECT
YOUR FRIEND
GEORGE S. OKELL
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP THREE
Your Vote and Support Will
Be Appreciated
Paid Political Advertisement by Friends)


FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1942
+Jewlst IhridOctn
POLITICAL BRIEFS
PAT CANNON
Pat Cannon is waging an act-
ive campaign for congress from
the Fourth Congressional Dis-
trict for reelection to his third
term. Last election he was re-
turned without opposition, a tri-
bute his friends say, to his meri-
torius service and accomplish-
ments. He is pledging his sup-
port for legislation designed to
bring to this district the pros-
perity it deserves. He proudly
points to his record in support-
ing lnc president's policies and
program 100%.
SOL D. HOROWITZ
With a platform plank of "Dade
County for Dade Countians" and
a pledge of true representation,
Sol D. Horowitz, a resident of
Dade County for 17 years is a
candidate for the State Legisla-
ture, Group 1. He attended Uni-
versities of Miami and Florida,
is a practising attorney and co-
winner 1937 Redfearn Prize.
Former associate judge of Miami
Beach. "If elected, he stated,
"will serve Dade Countians with
Hi, same integrity that has char-
acterized my entire life."
"I say beware of the public of-
ficial or publisher who picks upon
the public utility or race track
in order to becloud the issues be-
fore the voters. Such methods
as laxing a race track for the
benefit of the schools or old age
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
ALCAZAR
SERVICE STATION
502 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 2-9812
SOL D. HOROWITZ
assistance is too Indefinite and
uncertain a method of providing
revenue for those purposes. It
may be good for one or two years
then other sources of revenue
must be located. The schools
must not be made to depend upon
gas sales revenue. Taxes must
be kept at a minimum. Labor
and Capital must be allowed to
exist harmoniously. Therefore,
we must elect to office those men
with the intelligence and ability
unwarped by selfishness who of-
fer their service to the elector-
ate.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
JANITOR SUPPLIES
SANITARY SUPPLIES
INSURED EXTERMINATING
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 West Flagler Street
PHONE 3-3955
MIAMI, FLORIDA
G. A. WORLEY
G. A. Worley, the present
State Attorney of the Eleventh
Judicial Circuit of Florida, com-
prising Dade and Monroe Coun-
ties, was appointed in June, 1935
and was re-elected in 1938 by an
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
ROY R. WELTON
WELTON
INSURANCE AGENCY
Langford Bldg. Ph. 3-8658
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
TIP TOP
Grocery Stores
"The Fineit Foodstuffs the Market
Affords at Reasonable Prices"
27 N. W. 5th St.Phone 2-8194
1301 W. Flagler St.Phone 2-6745
665 N. W. 36th St.Phone 7-6276
2425 S. W. 8th St.Phone 4-441
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
MIAMI TYPESETTING CO. F. H. STREIFERT AND ASSOCIATES
127 N. W. 2nd Street Phone 2-5935
EDWARD'S SERVICE STATION
E. B. WILDMAN. Manager
1380 SOUTH WEST EIGHTH STREET PHONE 3-1661
| H50 COLLINS AVENUE PHONE 5-9017
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 3-2907
J B. HURST
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
tSealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU7
Phon* MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
8ALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
80Y ACIDOPHILUS
We Sincerely Believe That There
li No Better Dairy Product Than
HOME MILK
PAGE SEVEN
overwhelming majority of three
to one over his opponent.
He has been a resident of Mi-
ami since 1897. He was educated
in the public schools of Dade
County. Studied law in his fa-
ther's law office while working
as a Deputy Clerk of the Criminal
Court of Record and was admit-
ted to practice before the Sup-
reme Court in 1912. He has been
actively engaged in the practice
of law for thirty years.
He is a member of the Ameri-
can Legion, a Scottish Rite Ma-
son, member of the Mahi Shrine,
member of the Royal Order of
Jesters, an Elk and member of
various other civic organizations.
Mr. Worley has prosecuted cases
attracting nation-wide interest,
and was the recipient of a con-
gratulatory telegram from John
ttlgar Hoover, director of the
Federal Bureau of Investigation,
jor his prosecution of the McCall
Kidnapping case.
GEORGE S. OKELL
George S. Okell. candidate for
Group 3 of the State Legislature,
has been a resident of Dade
County, Florida, for thirty-two
years. He was educated in the
public schools of Miami and grad-
uated from Miami High School
and the University of Miami.
irlnce admission to the Bar in
1933. he has practiced law here
Mr. Okell stated. "I am for a
constructive and progressive pro-
gram for Dade County as de-
termined by its leaders and
voiced by the people as a whole.
When elected, I will meet with
the other members of the Dade
County Legislative group and
urge open hearings that the gen-
eral public may appear and pre-
sent any legislative problems that
would affect Dade County and
to confer with the legislative
group in a forward-looking school
program for the development of
the finest system of schools in a
State such as we have here in
Dade County.
C. W. PETERS
"The people of Dade County
have known me many years as a
neighbor, a citizen, a practicing
attorney having a clientele that
is a cross section of the popula-
tion" stated C. W. Peters, candid-
ate for State Legislature, Group
3. "I have not been a perennial
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
GRAHAM
AUTOMOBILE SERVICE
A. E. DETWILER, Manager
61 N. E. 9th Street Ph. 3-6097
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
CORAL GABLES
GARAGE
132 Giralda Ave., Coral Gables
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
LEW M. CISCO
Transfer & Storage Co.
328 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-5411
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
FARREY
Hardware Co., Inc.
1692 ALTON ROAD
717 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
IT LIKES YOU
seeker of public office. It is only
as a private citizen that my record
has been written."
Mr. Peters, as part of his legis-
lative program, proposes to exert
every effort to find a remedy for
the problem of ever increasing
taxation with diminishing in-
come. He further stated that he
will introduce a bill in the Legis-
lature preventing the issuance of
tax deeds until one year after the
close of the war giving the owner
time to save his property due to
present conditions.
B'NAI B'RITH BROWARD
AUXILIARY
At the last meeting of the
B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary of
Broward County, it was voted
upon to buy a S100 defense bond
for the organization.
The next regular meeting will
be held April 23rd at the Surf
Hotel, Polk and Ocean, in Holly-
wood. A social for men and wo-
men on May 7th, at the Surf Ho-
tel in Hollywood, will mark the
first anniversary of the organi-
zation in Broward County and
there will be speakers and enter-
tainment.
GERMAN LEADERS
ZIELONKA MEMORIAL HALL
DEDICATED IN EL PASO
On Sunday March 22nd at El
Paso, Texas, Temple Mt. Sinai
dedicated the "Zielonka Memor-
ial Hall" in honor of Rabbi Mar-
tin, spiritual head of the temple
until his death in 1938, assuming
the position in 1900. A son. Rab-
bi David Zielonka is rabbi of
Tampa, Florida's Reform Congre-
gation.
CANTOR HERMAN MARBEIN
TO REMAIN AT BETH DAVID
At a recent board meeting of
Beth David, Cantor Herman Mar-
bein was elected to remain with
the Congregation to the end of
the fiscal year, according to an
announcement made this week
by congregation officials.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
COX & LEVEGOOD
(Successors to J. E. Kelly)
OFFICIAL COURT REPORTERS
CIVIL COURT OF RECORD
623 Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-2715
MIAMI. FLORIDA
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
GREENTREE HOTEL
110 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fla.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
MONTZ M. DRUCKER
1053 Washington Ave. Ph. 5-3774
London (WNS)Urging a sys-
tematic reschooling for the Ger-
man people in the post war world
as the "only road that will lead
to enduring peace," Chief Rabbi
Hertz, broadcasting over the BBC
network, declared that punish-
ment for Nazi atrocities should be
confined to the "blood-stained
leaders" who conceived and
carried them out.
In his address the Chief Rabbi
declared: "Wholesale condemna-
tion of any race, of any people,
is inconsistent with a rational
approach to the great human
problem of how to deal with the
enemy peoples, that will face us
after the war. It is true we can
not in justice condone and we
Shall not condone the stubborn
inhumanities of the Nazis, or the
unspeakable cruelties of the Ja-
panese, in Hong Kong. But pun-
ishment must be confined to the
blood-stained leaders who con-
ceived, and the dehumanized
agents who carred out these de-
vilish crimes. The argument,
that, for example, millions of
German nationals have long ap-
proved those doings of their rul-
ers does not justify vengeance
upon the entire German nation.
"We must remember that the
Germans have gone through the
greatest school of brutality in
the worldthe German army.
The task therefore facing us is
nothing less than their systemat-
ic reschooling for membership in
human, as opposed to military
society. It is a hard task and it
will prove a weary task, remedies
have been proverbially slower
than diseases but it is only the
road that will lead to enduring
peace."
Saturday, April 18th is the last
day that you may register to
vote in the coming primaries.
The Best Time of the Year
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
SPOTLESS LAUNDRY
& DRY CLEANING
Lewis Mendelsohn. Mgr.
2625 Coral Way Ph. 4-5172
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
VICE'S BAR &
RESTAURANT
35 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 3-3891
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
2052 N. W. 2nd Ave.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
"STAY THRU MAY"
HQUSER CO. INC., INSURANCE
First Trust Building
Phone 3-2648
MIAMI, FLORfDA
FLUID HEAT AND TIMKEN AND CHRYSLER EQUffMENT
FUEL OILS
GIBBS OIL CO.
4201 N. W. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-4531
'STAY THROUGH MAY"
J. LAMAR PAXSDN


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PAGE EIGHT
vJeKistiflcricHan
FRIDAY. APRIL 17,
1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
NEWS 'ROUND TOWN
Bon Voyage Mr. G.
Our erstwhile executive direct-
for a real treat when on
America"s voungest and most in-
tellectual rabbis. Rabbi Milton
Steinberg, formerly of my home
or. Maurice Grossman, left this town of Indianapolis. addri.-.-LS
morning on the Silver Meteor' the conVention.
to attend the 25th annual conven-; g L one f the 0]d
tion ol the Jewish Welfare Board .-* around the Y. M. H. A.
in New York City. The response. XtuS' rnormng for Camp
to attend this convention was so 0,,,; be mducted into
great that they changed the site
MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director Y. M. H. A.
from the 92nd Street Y. M. H. A.
to the larger Hotel Commodore
quarters. I am certain Mr.
Grossman will relish the little
change of scenery and chance to
bring back to the Greater Miami
citizenry a clearer understanding
of what is expected of us in the
war effort. Mr. Grossman is in
Blanding to
the U. S. army. Lots of good
luck. Solly.
Congrats to Harry Smart,
taker of the Y. M. H A., who
celebrated his 73rd birthday with
a party at the "Y" last Tu>
April 14. Many happy returns
of the day, Harry.
Shirley Rothschild, un lersi re-
tary of our executive din t
will assume charge of the "Y"
office and its affairs during Mr.
G.'s week absence.
The athletic commit:
Y. M. H. A., led by Frank Rose,
requests every one of y u : Iks
who may have some pi< : ath-
letic equipment that
spare to do so by calling 3-4 12
Thank you.
"V" Bazaar and Dance
From the enthusiasm evidi I
by the various individuals and i
groups comprising the Y. M. H
A., we are confident that this
year's event will far surpass any-
thing we have held previously.
George Rachlin. chairman of
ticket committee, which is
' rig the public $100.00 in De-
fense Bonds, is elated to state
that sales have been going very
well and is hoping for a crowd of
1500 or more folks and young-
sters to be present Saturday
night. May 2. and all day Sunday
and night. May 3.
The entertainment committee
has contacted the outstanding
acts and entertainers in the area
and we have already said yes.
Now for them to do likewise.
We wish to thank George
Rachlin. Larry Grossberg. Leo
Ackerman. Phil Berkowitz. Joe
Berman. and your scribe who
each have sold S25.00 worth of
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
937 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
tickets and from the Y. W. HA
Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Mrs. Ann
Chester and Mrs. Fanny Deutsch
for their fine work; also, the
Ahmv Girls' Club and the A.Z.A.
boys "who are also doing a tine
1 bit of work.
Everv penny realized from this
bazaar'and dance will be placed
directly in the bank of the Y. M.
H. A.
Service Men's Dance Saturday
Night
Another n-gularr bi-weekly
S. nice Men's Dante Will be held
at the Y. M. H. A. on Saturday
night. April 18. at 8:30 o'clock
Mrs. Harrv Hacker is in charge of
all arrangements. Refreshments
will be served and the music
will be furnished by the W. P. A.
orchestra.
The Y. M. H. A. has again been
requested by Local Board No. 6
to use its place as a center of
n gistration on April 27 between
hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m.
Tl is registration is for all men
n the ages of 45 and 65
have not previously regis-
The Y" is glad to be of
ce to the government.
Boy Scouts
The Troop Committee of Troop
o. Boy S uu : tl V M. H. A..
.ire in announcing the
tmi :' of Al Kahn as its
.. S -' '' I A] is .i local
th< troop looks fi rward
lishing : is '.r-.ings as a
resull f his leadi rshij
Y. W. H. A.
genen eting of the Y.
W. H A will I i hi Id on Wed-
.. Ar, ril 22. Mrs. ,
v Grossman, chairman of |
program an-1
nouncc? that a prominent speaker
will address the ladies. All are :

New Series of Lectures at "Y" ;
A scries of lecturess on Nati i
al Defense began at tht Y Tues-
day evening, April 14. A. L.
Ri ynolds. chairman of the speak-
ers committee of the Dade County
Di f( nse Council, was the princi-
pal speaker. These lectures will
be held every Tuesday night at
the Y. The next speaker will be
Major H. B. Lewis, who will
speak on the necessity for pro-
tection in air raids "and what
the government provides for
such protection.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
E. GEORGE BERNARD
Postal Bldg. Miami. Fla.
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
KIRKHAM JEWELRY &
OPTICAL CO.
2nd Floor Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI, FLORIDA
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
TUTTLE GARAGE
35 S. E. 4th St.
Ph. 3-2912
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIN
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
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ButBiggest Because Best
Alka-Seltzer
And Thy Say It With a Smile!
Do the members of YOUR family say this?
If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzer
a thorough trial.
All over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer
enthusiastic in its praise.
If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your med-
icine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will 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
covers its use in all conditions listed be-
low.
Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heart-
burn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Neu-
ralgia, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gar-
gle In Minor Throat Irritations.
Alka-Seltzer
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
CUNNINGHAM
JEWELRY CO.
40 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2637
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HKHKRY GTVTvT"
Mrs. K. Strelif Ik entaKod In i., th
under the flctltloua name of arSSia
.1 BW BI .It Y CO. not I,,,' E "P
IViiiiHylvanla Avenue. Mi-i'mi ,, "U
Florida and Intends to ret ', '!ea^
flptltloua name In the ..mlTli^
Clerk of the Circuit Co,, lf0fn"l
County. Florida. of Dd
3/20-27 4/3-10-17
MRS. a RTmcFp
Sole Owner
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice is hereby given that ti
del-signed, pursuant w, Chantur &
Lawi of fiorlda, 1941, wlfl fJ2S
With the Clerk of the Cireui ? er
of. Dade County. Florid, ,7'
ce pt of proof of the pukliSu* *
4/17.TO#V-aRONER-*
ih-tmous name in *k.
.fflce of the Clerk of ,h, M
Conn of Dad.- County. Ki,j,|a ir I. M. GROSSMAN
GEORGE CHERTKOP *"'" ""'""
Attorney for Applicant
4/17-24 b l-g-ia
"STAY THROUGH MAY"
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STATION
SINCLAIR'S BEST PRODUCTS'
2000 N. W. 7TH AVENUE
May is the Time to Stock Up
When Prices Are Right
LEWIS
WOOD YARD
169 N. W. 20th St.
PHONE 2-7272
THE FLOWER SHOP
for
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BIRD BATHS GAZING BALLS
YARD FURNITURE
For Further Information
PHONE 48-1010
2300 S. W. 8th Street
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
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas
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300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-11317-2821
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