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The Jewish Floridian ( April 24, 1942 )

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fUemsti Flloiridliai in ICTORY BUY UHITIO ITATII nun NDS AM* VOLUME 15—No. 17 % Consume r/he JewXsHh VinMty P9 ICTORY BUY IITBO ATII ransc MM MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942 POST SORRY AND MAKES REGRETS FOR IYER STORY PRICE 10 CENTS SHOLEM LODGE GIVE FLAGS TO ELEVEN SERVICE BOARDS Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith, presented flags to each of the county's Selective Service Boards at a luncheon meeting Tuesday. Nat Roth, chairman of the Americanization committee, was in charge of arrangements and introduced Burnett Roth, presiPhiladelphia (WNS)—The Satdent of Sholem Lodge, who preurday Evening Post purchased advertising space in leading newspapers throughout the country this week to disclaim any anti-Semitic bias and to express its "regret" at the "misunderstanding" caused by Milton Mayer's article "The Case Against the Jew." The magazine admitted in a special editorial, written by its new editor, Ben Hibbs, which will appear in the May 16th issue of the Post, that it had received several thousand letters from both Jews and Gentiles "who sincerely believe the article was intended as an attack on the Jewish people." The editorial explained that the former Post editor, who purchased the articles on the Jews in the United States, had hoped through the series to "afford an intelligent basis for the discussion of a question which, through the malice and stupidity of Axis leaders, has caused untold grief in many parts of the world." "Naturally we deeply regret this misunderstanding," the editorial continued, "The Post never has been, is not now and never will be anti-Semitic in belief or expression. It is not anti-any group. We have always been as quick to publish material setting forth a noteworthy accomplishment of Jews as of Gentiles. We have done so because we have always believed that a good American is a good American regardless of race or creed. That this is still our policy will be demonstrated during the months to come by material some of which is already in the of being written. "This editorial is being published not only to clear away a misunderstanding, but because the new editor of the Post feels BO deeply, so completely, that the only real cause in these war days ls the cause of America—the cause of freedom. We Americans are a cohesive people who let along with one another in Peace and brotherhood sided. Harry Simonhoff of the lodge made the presentation to the board's representatives stressing the meaning of the flag and the idealism which it represents. L ASKED TO CONFER Pieces of Hate by RICHARD E. GUTSTADT National Director of the AntiDefamation League of B'nai B'rith process New York—The first ORT warning school for refugees in forth America is ready to open ln Ca nada. according to official announcement y George Backer, President of the American ORT federation. Detroit (WNS) — "Social Justice," Father Coughlin's pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic mouthpiece which was barred from the United States mails last week by order of Postmaster General Walker, this week invited American Jewish leaders to visit RoyalOak for a spiritual conference with the Jew-baiting Detroit priest. "Would it not be a strange event?" the Church-denounced magazine asked its estimated 200,000 readers, if they all met at the Shrine of the Little Flower, to discuss "ways and means of preserving the light of religion in a world of tempests which is so bent upon extinguishing the torch?" In the same issue "Social Justice" expressed appreciation for Milton Mayer's article. "The Case Against the Jew," which appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, praising the author as "a gifted Jew writer." Referring to the article, which provoked a storm of nation-wide condemnation, the anti-Semitic publication said it "is more than a composition of scintillating sentences." "Its concluding portion is a burning noonday sun which penetrates the sham of present-day materialism as it makes clear the everlasting truth of righteousness," the Coughlin mouthpiece added. "In other words. Mayer tells the Jews that they can't assimilate or be assimilated. It is significant that the Saturday "We, the Mothers Mobilize," a Coughlin auxiliary, planned a demonstration in front of the Chicago City Hall to demand that the sugar rationing plan be called off on the grounds that it was an international plot to rob American children of their sweets. The Chicago Daily News exposed the plan with the resuit that only ten women showed up. They called on the Mayor, discovered he was not in, and after a few inane mutterings dispersed and went home. At present they are agitating along with the other pre-Pearl Harbor Hitler lovers for a peace parley. • • Withe the discrediting of Francis P. Moran, Christian Front leader in Boston, the more important leaders of the movement have decided to step in and continue the spreading of Coughlin's totalitarian principles. Father Edward Lodge Curran has made several speeches in that neck of the woods, gathering many of the local politicians and various Irish organization leaders under his banner. As was to be expected. Father Curran continues to speak as if no war exists NAZIS CLOSE SYNAGOGUES. HEBREW SCHOOLS IN LUBLIN Geneva (WNS)—Nazi authorities in Lublin, Nazi-occupied Poland, have closed all synagogues, yeshivas and other Jewish religious schools and have forbidden all Jewish religious teaching, it was reliably reported here. The Nazis said that the order was made necessary because the synagogues and yeshivas had been converted into "nests of antiNazi activity." Severe penalties have been provided for violators of the new ruling. Both teachers and students attending Jewish religious schools in the future will be sent to Nazi concentration camps, it was said. FIFTH COLUMN IS JOLTED BY ACTS OF (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) JORNSON URGES FORMATION OF FOR JEWS REGISTER APRIL 27TH AS TO SKILLS Evening Post article represents the emergence of the Jewish question from the limited sphere in which it has been held." Buy War Bonds and Stamps Registration Warning! Dade county's registration books are open again and w 'll remain open until 5 p. m. May 1st, in compliance with a ruling issued by Attorney General Tom Watson a < Tallahassee. Registration books will be finally closed on that dateThose who fail to register will not be able to cast thenballot 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 01 the ballot before it is too late. Take advantage of this new opportunity! Approximately 219.000 male residents in Florida will be registered April 27th for classification according to their skills and aptitudes for war production work, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, State Director of Selective Service announced today. National Selective Service Headquarters in Washington, D. C. anticipates a total registration of about 13.000.000 men between the ages of 45 and 64 years, inclusive, in Continental United States, the Territories of Alaska and Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The registration will include every male citizen and every male alien resident, other than persons exempted by the Selective Training and Service Act, who had attained the 45th anniversary of his birth on or before Feb. 16, 1942, and has not attained the 65th anniversary of his birth on or before April 27th, 1942. Those men who register on April 27th, the General pointed out, are not liable for military service under the law. They will be given certificates of registration which they must have in their personal possession at all times and produce at the request of authorized persons. Later they will be required to fill out an occupational questionnaire, detailing their civilian qualifications and skills, but that will be for the purpose of obtaining information only. Washington (WNS)—The creation of a Jewish army composed of Palestinian and stateless Jews to fight with the United Nations was urged on the Senate floor by Senator Edwin C. Johnson of Colorado, who estimated that 200.000 Jews, mostly from the Middle East, could be recruited for such a military force. Senator Johnson, a member of the Committee for a Jewish Army, stressed that "no Jews from America would be eligible, for American Jews will fight under the Stars and Stripes." "Palestine stands at the very edge of the Suez, a vital focal point of the lifeline of the United Nations," the Senator said. "Suez must be held and Palestine can be an important factor in its support. Seventy five miles east of the Suez Canal there awaits in idleness a potential Jewish army Washington (WNS)— The American Fifth column received its most serious setback since Pearl Harbor when Postmaster General Walker, acting on information given him by Attorney General Francis Biddle, ordered the anti-United Nations and antiSemitic mouthpiece of Father Coughlin, "Social Justice," barred from the United States mails. Government action against the magazine was taken after Mr. Biddle had charged "Social Justice" with violating the Espionage Act of 1917 and of having engaged over a period of time in a "sustained and systematic attack on certain of our activities directly related to the war effort as well as upon public morale generally." Mr. Biddle announced that evidence designed to prove who owns, edits, directs and finances "Social Justice will be placed before a special grand jury investigating Nazi propaganda and seditious influences. It was believed here that Father Coughlin, who founded the magazine but has since May, 1940, disclaimed any connection with it, will be subpoenaed. The grand jury investigation, which is expected to last several months, will be "the first in a series" involving magazine and newspapers which appear to be seditious. It was indicated that Government action may soon be taken against a number of foreign-language papers "We want to find out if there has been a systematic propaganda that has tied up regularly with the Axis effort," Mr. Biddle begging and pleading for the right to fight, to hold Suez. One hundred thousand Jews in Palestine are demanding now. as I speak, the opportunity and the. right to fight on the side of the defenders of Suez. When the enemy's gun is levelled at the heart, the time for quibbling is past. When the United Nations know that Hitler and Hirohito have planned to clasp hands, their bloody hands, across the Suez Canal in sadistic glee, how can the decision be postponed." The Senator said that in addition to 100.000 Jews from Palestine, an equal number of Jews could be recruited from other parts of the world. "America is proud to be the arsenal of democracy and she had made 'a willingness to fight' the only qualification for armed assistance," Mr. Johnson added. "It is 12,000 miless from America to Suez. America may not, therefore, be able to get men to Egypt in time but most certainly we can get arms and munitions to men in Palestine, now on the ground, ready and waiting to receive these arms when Britain gives approval. I plead with the leaders of Britain to act before the hour grows late." explained. Three hundred students of the higher grades of the schools in Palestine are assisting in seasonal agricultural work settlements. MAJOR ELRY STONE Major Elry Stone, prominent and active Miami communal worker was called to active duty in the armed forces of the United States. A reserve officer for seventeen years, Major Stone will report to Washington May 10th, where he is temporarily assigned. He is attached to the Judge Advocate General department. I 1 HSEB I



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PAGE TWO *Je*istfk>rl(ltan FRIDAY, APR IL 24, 1 942 Social • • Personals Clubs • • Organizations ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS The Spinoza Forum will meet Saturday at 3:30 p. m. to discuss the Life and Philosophy of Benedict Spinoza. The course on astrology held every evening will continue throughout the summer. • • • The last regular Forum of the National Council Jewish Women scheduled for last week and postponed because of inclement wcather will be held this Friday at 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks Club. • • • The regular meeting of the Tarbuth Hebrew Speaking Society, will be held Sunday at 3:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Friedman. Rabbi Samuel Bension will be guest .speaker. • • • The B. Z. B.'s will hold a picnic for new members on Sunday at 1 p. m. at Mathcson Hammock. New Members include Evelyn Gold, Janis Greefeld. Norma Haas. Adole Stone and Marvel Adler. • • • Thi 1 Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith held a hag party Tuesday evening at Kaplan Hall. Temple Israel. Mrs. Harold Rand and Mrs. Be Cool in Chambray and Seersucker SLACKS SET $• 3 .98 Chambray jacket is jaunty vest-type, in solid colors, with striped seersucker sleeves and dickey to match the pleated slacks. Red or blue. MIAMI STORE, BEACHWFAW, THIRD FLOOR Barney Goodman were co-chairmen. Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs. S. B. Miller were in charge of refreshments. • • • The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will hold an open meeting Tuesday evening, April 28th at 8:15. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will be the guest speaker. The Men's Club and the Senior League of the Center will participate. • • • The Workmen's Circle. Branch No. 692. will sponsor a card party Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at their club house at 25 Washington Avenue. The proceeds will go to the milk fund for the Russian children. They, also, sponsor a free dance each Saturday evening at their club. • • • The Pioneer Women's organization of Greater Miami held a cultural meeting at the home of Mrs. Sarah Abrams Wednesday evening. Mrs. Henry Seitlin prePERSONALS Barney Goodman is at home recuperating from a tonsilectomy. Leroy Feldman is at home recuperating from a recent operation. • • • Mrs. Sam Tendrich is recuperating from an appendectomy at the Victoria Hospital. • • • Mrs. Dora Wechsler returned to Pittsburgh. Pa., after spending 3 months at the Edsinger Hotel. Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Jennie Silverman. guest of the Edsinger Hotel, returned to Melrose Park. Penn.. after spending the winter here. • • • Morton Hacker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hacker has been pro moled to the rank of corpora and is now stationed at Hawaii. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper have left for Montgomery. Ala., where hi' will enter the war department in the capacity of building inBIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lcfcourt announce the birth of a son. Jeffrey Lewis, Monday, April 20th. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beckman announce the birth of a son Sunday, April 19th at the Jackson Memorial Hospital. sided. Marrian Gengold1 ot Chi-; spi t ., or for government projects. cago was the guest speaker. A reading was given by Mrs. B. Shubovv and Mrs. Winchell participated in the program. • • • Miami Chapter of Senior Ha dassah will hold their annual garden party Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay Road.. Mrs. Louis Rifas will .serve as chairman. Mali Jongg. Bridge. Bingo and Rummy will be played. Admission will be by the contents of the Jewish National Fund Blue Box or suitable equivalent. Proceeds will be used to meet the local quota for National Hadassah's War Emergency Program in Palestine. • • • The Miami Chapter Women's Division American Jewish Congress will hold their April meet ing at the Elks Lodge, 720 West Avenue on Monday, April 27th. at 1 p. m. The principal speaker will be A. L. Reynolds, chairman of the Speakers Bureau of Dade County Defense Council. Mrs. L. Glasser will bring a report from the National Board Meeting held in New York, Miss Jay Whitman will render vocal selections and will be accompanied by her mother on the piano. The committee in charge of arrangements are: Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. E. Londan, Mrs. T. G. Marko, Mrs. Essie Bergman. Mrs. Ruth Levy and Mrs. L. Glasser. • • • The next regular meeting of the executive board of the Miami unit of Junior Hadassah will be held Monday evening, April 27th at the home of Mrs. Irving Querido 2103 > 2 S. W. 7th Street. Board members and chairmen are urged to be present. Plans are already in progress for Jr. Hadassah's annual Mother's Day program. Miss Edith Friedman is chairman, assisted by Sylvia Geringer, Evelyn Brown. Rose Courshon. Ethel Pont, Mildred Friedman and Gedtrude Mandel. Ruth Aronson, chairman of the annual "Coronation Dance." has also called a meeting for Monday night, at the home of Mrs. Querido. Abby Cohn was appointed chairman of the Theatre party which will take place soon. There is an increasing demand for jam and marmalade for the troops now in Palestine, causing the enlargement of existing factories. • • A reception was rendered to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seigel. who spent their honeymoon here. Many friends were present to witness the cutting of the wedding cake. The couple have returned to Washington where they will make their home. • • • Major and Mrs. M. J. Roscnthal. Bridgeport. Conn, are spending their honeymoon in Miami. Major Rosenthal has been in charge of the dental division of the Station Hospital at Camp Edwards. Mass. He is a brother of Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal of this city. PLANS DRAWN FOR SOCIAI HALL OF JEWISH CENTER Plans have been drawn for the construction of a Social Hal in conjunction with the program of the Miami Beach Jewish Ce T ter, 1415 Euclid Avenue to provide adequate facilities for the recreational requirements 0 f the U. S. service men stationed a Miami Beach. The estimated cost for this project is $10,000 Construction work on the new Social Hall will begin at once This will provide a stage f or dramatic presentations and en tertainments, an auditorium and dance hall, a banquet hall and kitchen facilities. FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 PALM BEACH NOTES BAR MITZVAH Sheldon David Appel, son of Mrs. Rose Appel, will be Bar Mitzvah, Saturday at Beth Jacob Congregation. A reception will follow the services. • • • The Bar Mitzvah of Tevey Phillip Woolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wolfe will be held Saturday, April 25th at Beth Jacob Congregation at 9:30 a. m. A reception will follow the services. Bris Milah for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Julius was held April 10th at the Good Samaritan Hospital. A joint meeting of Congregation Both El and sisterhood was held Tuesday night at the Sher Memorial Hall. Mrs. Fannie Ryder and son, Julian, went to Atlanta to visit Mrs. Ryder's sister. Mrs. Esther Jacobs. The semi-monthly card party Beth Israel sisterhood was held Sunday night at Schwartzberg hall with Mrs. Harry Sirkin acting as chairman. Mrs. J. Leo Rader arrived in West Palm Beach Tuesday to visit. Walter Moss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moss left for New York City where he will spend some time. PALM BEACH POLITICAL BRIEFS J. O. Bowen was elected mayor of West Palm Beach by unanimous vote of the city commission last week after he had taken the oath of office as commissioner, along with Vincent Oaksmith and George McCampbell. Mr. Oaksmith was elected viceSUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1838 APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere For Rest. Convalescent, Chronic nd Acute Medical Cases Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff. Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapy. Four Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W. ELLIS. Praa. 3. W. PLATIN. M.D., Med. Dlr. It! B. W. 30th Carl. MUaal. Horn. CHARLES H. CRANDON Charles H. Crandon. completing his fourteenth year as a member of the Dade County Commission, is a candidate for re-election to the same post, district No. 1, in the coming primary. Emulating the highest type of office holder who can derive absolutely no personal gain or benefit from the position, being financially independent, but on the contrary much grief and aggravation. Crandon has achieved an enviable record during his tenure of office. Only h desire to serve his community has caused him much animosity by the "Courthouse Fraternity" and others upon whose toes he steps upon insisting that the right thing be done in carrying out their respective duties to the residents of Dade county. Serving as chairman of the "Committee to Defend America" Crandon has always been active in endeavoring to do away with un-American activities, educating the Public with the true facts during the the entire LindberghAmerica First episode and many others. As chairman of the county's finance committee, in 1933, he applied business methods in arranging for an extension of our County debt, which realized $400.000 profit for the County. In 1937 he advocated a further refunding operation, resulting in another saving of $3000,000 following which our bonds jumped from iuty cents to above one hundred cents on the dollar. t A s n £l lai rman of tne board, 1931 to 1933, he consolidated all five county Road Departments into one efficient businesslike organization which achieved a very great saving to the county, and adopted the farsighted policy of VSFl^u r ad rihte-of-way Which brought about economy bridges bU,ld ng f roads and I WISH TO THANK ALL OF MY FRIENDS FOR THEIR KIND SUPPORT IN THE RECENT ELECTION. JACK I THOmPSOn CHIEF OF POLICE WEST PALM BEACH YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED RE-ELECT TO CONGRESS PAT CANNON Paid Political Adv. mayor and Mr. McCampbell, president pro-tem of the commission. Jack Thompson was elected chief of police. All expressed their appreciation for the support given them. Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, is seeking re-election as county commissioner, district 2, Palm Beach. During his tenure of office Mr. Cornelius has worked for road and bridge improvements, including the rebuilding of Road 25. the railroad overpass at Southern Boulevard Bridge and the Beach Canal spillway as well as improvements at the County Farm and Children's Home and welfare conditions generally. I Appreciate the Recent Vote ol Confidence Vice Mayor WEST PALM BEACH MY SINCERE APPRECIATION TO ALL For My Success in the Recent Election J. O. BOWEN MAYOR WEST PALM BEACH Ed Hamilton



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FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942 vJewisti Her Mian PAGE THREE KING'S..^^ KOMMENTS Hlg The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Very well received was the move In King's slang—in the groove B'nai B'rith was the organization The move guite a revelation Shows it to be wide awake And its aims—not forsake This week to each draft board it gave The colors-A Flag-long may it wave. B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN POLITICAL BRIEFS Federation is rather active at present preparing a survey of the various aspects of communal activity needs and etc. A thorough survey of minute detail into many phases will uncover much, no doubt .... King only hopes that this survey will be different from others in the vicinity ... that this time some action will result from the information and statistics gathered. standard* will be maintained by all and actions distasteful will not occur. Funeral parlor and its commercial aspect seems to shine brightly on the dark horizon as Gordon's remodels. Palmer prepares for opening and Riverside expected to open on this side of the causeway shortly King feels sure despite the keen competition ethical Merchants on the beach as well as many in town heaved a sigh of relief when the announcement was made that the opening of army post exchanges would be temporarily dropped .good authority has it that the merchants themselves will decide finally depending on their not taking advantage of anybody or anything. This week announcement of Major Stone called to active duty was made Shortly two more of our very prominent brethren will depart from our midst for the duration. Phone 2-4735—Nite Phone 3-5117 JERRY & MACK Radiators Cleaned, Repaired. Recored and Exchanged Pick Up and Delivery 2029 N. W. 2nd AVENUE "STAY THRU MAY" ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI, FLORIDA "STAY THRU MAY" I. M. BLOW TITLE CO. Seybold Bldg. Ph. 2-6182 Phone 5-9780—Free Road Service Booth's GULF Service 944 5th Street Lubrication, Wheel Pack, Spring Pack, Batteries. Tires, Washing. Polishing, Simonizing, Battery Service. Tubes Complete Auto Service BOB BOOTH AUGUST STUDIO OF INTERIOR DECORATING Exclusive Drapery Work and Slip Covers 600 Lincoln Road Ph. 6-1024 "STAY THRU MAY" DAY AND NITE CURB MARKET 47 N. W. 79th St. Ph. 7-9379 N.p.mw LOWREY —FOR— COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 "THANKS NEIGHBOR" Your loyal support has made it a pleasure to serve Dade County as ONE of your FULL TIME County Commissioners. If re-elected I renew my pledge that I will exert my every effort to further develop the resources of Dade County and to Conserve its wealth towards a progressive, business-like administration. There is no substitute for experience. Subject to Democratic Primary May 5th Pftid Political Adv. ELtCT TO State Legislature GROUP NO. 3 Last Tuesday was a busy day and a good example of the manifold constructive activities of the B nai B'rith. Early in the day at a luncheon held at the Seven Seas Restaurant, your board members met with representatives of all 11 Draft Boards and presented each board with a beautiful new flag. Brother Harry Simonhoff made the presentation address and the listeners reported that it was one of the finest patriotic deliveries that they had ever heard. Brother Simonhoff's talk was well presented and his subject matter most timely. Brother Nat Roth, who is a member of Draft Board No. 3, acted as toastmaster for the occasion; also present with Miss Jennie Rotfort, representing the Ladies Auxiliary, and Brother President Burnett Roth. Certainly it was a most impressive event and every one present seriously understood the significance of the occasion. Later at the men's stag smoker of Sholem Lodge held at Mahi Shrine Hall on the Boulevard, 300 members sat back, relaxed and spent a most enjoyable evening. This affair was highlighted by the most interesting talk of Colonel Charles Mettler of the U. S. Army, who represented Brigadier General Wooten, in command of the Miami Beach Officers School. Colonel Mettler's address covered the U. S. Army situation on Miami Beach thoroughly and of course it was a relief to learn that the rumors regarding the Beach situation were not true. At the present the Army does not plan to take over all of the hotels but only those necessary for the care of the men stationed there. Of course this situation can change any moment depending upon war conditions. Colonel Mettler further urged that the Miami Beach merchants cooperate with the Army by figuring their prices on an adjusted year round basis and not on a winter tourist season basis. So far General Wooten is pleased with the cooperation of the local people in their relationship with the Army on all business matters. Following the Colonel's speech we were entertained with several featured night club acts from the Nut Club, Beachcomber Club, Pago Pago Room and Zissen's Bowery. Refreshments appealing to the gourmet were served. A good deal ol credit should go to Brother Al Pallot, who was chairman of the affair, and who conducted it in a most satisfactory manner; to Brothers Milton Friedman, Barney Spector and Fred Shochet for their splendid efforts in making the affair a success. While the men were busy having a "helluva" good time, the girls were likewise having their own little hen party at Temple Israel. Remember. "If you cannot fight the enemy with arms, then fight him with bonds. Buy Bonds toj day." LEWIS C. WAGNER Lewis C. Wagner, sucessful electrical contractor in Dade county for 12 years, announced his candidacy for the county commission in District No. 2, offering his services on the basis that he will work in close harmony with other commissioners. Wagner says he is strongly in favor of the county commission appointing a committee to get to work and travel through the North trying to bring industries and factories here, even if the county has to donate the property to do so. "There's plenty of skilled labor available here," he pointed out. N. P. (NEIGHBOR) LOWREY "Your loyal support has made it a pleasure to serve Dade county as one of your full time County Commissioners," N. P (Neighbor) Lowrey, candidate for re-election stated. "May this pleasure still be mine to represent the People of Dade county from District 3, in a county-wide vote for the first time. If re-elected I renew my pledge that I will exert my every effort 1 0 further develop the resources of Dade county and to conserve its wealth towards a progressive, business-like adminis t r a t i o n There is no substitute for experience." Lowrey was instrumental in the formation of the Jewish War Veterans Post here. ED HAMILTON The vigorous young candidate from the Fourth Congressional District took to the stump in behalf of his candidacy, making four speeches in Palm Beach county. Mr. Hamilton is making firey campaign talks and is well-known for his enthusiasm and vitality Mr. Hamilton stated: "I guarantee to work unceasingly to immediately make all the counties in the Fourth Congressional District real defense area. This part of Florida is more vulnerable to attack, probably more so than any other section of the entire Atlantic Seaboard, from Maine to Key West. When this area is made a real defense area there will be safety for our homes and factories, more work for our workers, more industry to utilize our factories and because of priorities on materials as such an area there will be more business for the business man and unqualified aid to our war efforts by our people. Idle facilities will then be active facilities." Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer of West Palm Beach, stated, "I have known Ed Hamilton for the last seventeen years and I heartily endorse his candidacy." GEORGE A. WORLEY George A. Worley, state attorney of the eleventh judicial circuit of Florida comprising Dade and Monroe counties, has been a resident of Miami since 1897. He is seeking reelection in the primary and points to his record in office as qualification for the voters support. Since being State Attorney, Worley to date, has prosecuted ^l / murder cases, securing 921 convictions, 25 acquittals; one I kidnapping case one conviction; ten rape cases, six convictions, four acquitals. In addition, during his administration, the Supreme Court has reversed but two of his murder convictions. In Monroe county, Worley, prosecuted and convicted one murder case. During this campaign he was sent by the Governor, to Hillsboro County, where he doubled that record with two murder cases and two convictions. In all, a total of 117 murder prosecutions netted 92 convictions for the present State Attorney Worley. "A record of which law abiding citizens should not only be proud, but thank their lucky stars that these criminals are safely lodged behind bars—or dead!" his supporters state. "In addition to prosecution of Capital cases, during Worley's administration as State Attorney, he has participated in 61 proceedings for the validation of bonds for counties, cities and various Road, School and Bridge Boards, handling 219 appeals from inferior courts as well as attending 506 Habeas Corpus hearings, 489 inquests, and preliminary hearings. In all this, Worley has been busy obtaining judgments and actually has collected $65,117.32, with other judgments netting $91,554.73." YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT APPRECIATED RE-ELECT TO Congress Pat Cannon One Good Term Deserves Another There is no Substitute for Experience Paid Political Adv. Do your part for the armed might of your country, buy Defense Bonds and Stamps. FRANK B. DOW LING Your Vote and Support Will be Appreciated (Paid Political Adv. by Friends) R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 THE EVANGEL PRESS Printers and dealers in Evangelical Literature. Bibles, Books. Mottoes, Plaques, Sunday School Suppliea, Lesson Helpe, Maps, Records, Rewards, Gifts, Greetings, Qamee, etc. 261 N. w. 3rd St. Ph. 2*512 LEWIS C. WAGNER CANDIDATE FOR County Commissioner DISTRICT 2 SnFrMivfc3L?H£P£l TO FOSTER AN EFFORT T &J?iP USTRIALIZE SOME OF THE OUTLYING SECTIONS OF DADE COUNTY AND WILL PUT FORWARD EVERY EFFORT TO ATTRACT ANH PAYROLLS FOR DADE COUNTY Ki irr Paid Political Adr. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Bast • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS „. DHcious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 7th and Normal Av.. Chieaoo 11 i



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FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1942 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avanua Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1538 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach • -JewisiiRbnkMton PAGE FIVE Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. Oneg Shabbat ._ 8 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday evening at eight o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the subject, "Jewish Youth Faces the Crisis." This will be designated as Young Judaea Night and Harold Herman, president, and other officers of the Youth of Zion, the Young Judaea club, will participate in the services. Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officate and direct the Jewish Center Choir, assisted by Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Dr. Bension will preach on the Scriptural Lesson and the bar mitzvah of Robert Levidow will be celebrated. At 6 o'clock Dr. Bension will teach the Ethics of the Fathers and at 7 p. m. the Oneg Sabbath will be observed. Daily services are now held at 8 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m. Sisterhood Elections Held The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center held its annual election last Tuesday night at the Center Auditorium and elected the following officers to serve during the ensuing term: Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, honorary president and chaplain; Mrs. Isidor Newman, president; Mrs. Sarah Berman, vice president; Mrs. Kolman Luria, vice president; Mrs. Ben Marbach, vice president; Mrs. Samuel Oka, treasurer; Mrs. John Freeman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Al Richardson, recording secretary; Miss Mae Sussman, financial secretary. Patriotic Activities Patriotic activities are being pushed with zeal and whim at the Center. The chief feature is the recreation center for the men in armed forces sponsored by the Center and its affiliated organizations. Last Saturday night almost 300 soldiers signed thejjleit book at the weekly, complimentary dance. Mrs. Ben Marbach hostess, was assisted by Mrs. Gertrude Gross, representing the Center Social League were in charge of all arrangements. The Center has also furnished a social room and patio for evening use, daily for the soldiers, as a reading, lounging and music room A ping pong table, a radio, a victrola, hundreds of records, a book shelf and many other gifts have been made by the Grossinger Hotel, Mrs. Ben Marbach, Dr and Mrs. Wm. Bernstein, Mrs Doctorow, Mrs. A. Edeson and others. The hostesses thus far for the recreation center were Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, and Mrs. Wm Bernstein. Mrs. Esther Levy is continuing her Red Cross sewing and knitting activities on Tuesday and Thursdays, and a bond purchase pledge campaign is on this week at the Center office. Magazines, books, victrola records, book shelves and similar gifts will be welcome. School Notes The exact date for the confirmation exercises and also another date for promotion ceremonies will be announced in the very near future. We welcome two new teachers to our staff, Miss Zina Grand and Miss Irene Fox. Torah scrolls were awarded to the following children: Ethel Barron, Rachel Habib. Additional awards will be made next week. Sisterhood Social Next Tuesday The Sisterhood will hold an interesting social meeting this coming Tuesday night to which all members of the community are cordially invited. This will also serve as an introduction occasion for the new administration. Annual Dance The annual dance of the Center and its affiliated organizations will take place definitely on Sunday evening, May 24th at the American Legion Hall on Alton Road. A very fine orchestra will provide the music for the event and a variety of elaborate features will be presented, including a popularity contest and a series of entertaining numbers. Participating in this closing social event of the Center season under the general chairmanship of Leo Robinson are the Center, the Sisterhood, the Center Social League, the Men's Club, and the Senior League. 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. 21et Terrace rfijGVST BROS. RJ^ kf" IS the BEST' BOB TAYLOR YOUR COUNTY SOLICITOR will be in your neighborhood during this campaign, and hopes to talk to each of you. If time does not permit his seeing you personally. Bob wants you to know he appreciates your support, past and future. RE-ELECT ROBERT R. TAYLOR (This adv. paid for by "Taylor for Solicitor Committee," Q. I-. Graw, chairman For Representative JOSEPH B. COZATT Group 3 Cozatt Will Not Betray Your Confidence % %  a. Paid PollUcal Adv. Synagogue Services 7 and 8:30 a. m.; 7:30 and 8 p. m., daily; 7 and 9 a. m., 7:30 and 8:15 p. m., Saturday; Shalosh Soodoss Saturday at 7:40 p. m. Rabbi Meschcloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Bar Mitzvas Three boys will celebrate their becoming bar mitzva during the services this Saturday morning. Sheldon Appel, Charles Naness and Teddy Woolfe will each recite the prophetic portion and deliver a short bar mitva speech. Rabbi Mescheloff will instruct the boys after their talks. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. Refreshments will be served after the services by the parents of the bar mitzva boys. Youth Services Our Junior Congregational services are held each Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in our Community Building. We urge parents to send their boys and girls to join our other youngsters. Our Minnionaire services are held on Sunday mornings at 9. All boys 13 and over of age are invited to attend and join in the Sisterhood communal breakfast. "In times of crises learn to turn to prayer." Religious School Plans for our Lag B'Omer school outing are being completed. All boys and girls attending our daily and Sunday morning classes are invited. They will be taken by chartered bus to and from the Matheson Hammock park under the direction of our teachers. Refreshments will be served by our Parent Teachers' Association. Our athletic committee of our faculty has arranged for a very enjoyable program of contests. Awards and prizes will be distributed. Children are to meet at the Talmud Torah building on Tuesday, May 5th at 3:30 p. m. They will return at 7:30 p. m. Taking part in last Sunday's school program were: Dorothy Feit, Franklin Schoenbaum, Marvin Godman. Rose Anne Glassberg, Stephen Gross, Anna Miller, Marsha Bender, Frances Lococo, Gladys Gewirtz and Marlene Saal. Final examinations will be given in all classes Sunday morning. May 12th. Graduation Exercises The annual graduation exercises of our Religious school will C. W. PETERS FOR STATE LEGISLATURE I Am Committed to the Protection of Our Schools I Am For the Protection of Property Owners from the Ravages of the Tax Shark Old Age Pensions Must Be Maintained (Paid Political Adv. by Friends) take place Sunday night, May 17 at 8 o'clock. A dignified and appropriate program is being arranged. Awards and honors as well as diplomas will be distributed. Children leaving for the north are asked to apply for transcripts of their records at our office. In Defense of Country Our rabbi made an appeal for the purchase of Defense Bonds last Saturday morning. The result was some $7,250 in Bonds was pledged, most of which has already been purchased in the name of the Miami Beach Mizrachi. Defense stamps and bonds can be bought any week day through our office in the Beth Jacob Community Building. The newly published "Prayer for God and Country," prepared and adopted by the Rabbinical Council of America, is recited b" our rabbi at every Sabbath morning service in our synagogue. Habanoth The Victory Chapter of the Miami Beach Habanoth will enjoy a picnic Sunday, May 24th at Matheson Hammock. A committee is making the arrangements. The next meeting of this chapter will be held at the home of our rabbi Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Young Judeans Our chapter plans to join with the others in the Greater Miami Young Judean Rally to be held Sunday, May 4th. Mrs. Anne Slotssky is director. The Young Judea Council met at the home of our rabbi early this week for the arrangements of the final details of this affair. Sisterhood Affair Despite the rain sr fair turnout helped raise funds for the American Red Cross and towards the painting of our Community Building Auditorium, at the Sisterhood affair held at the London Arms Hotel last Friday. We thank all who attended and who served on committees. Mizrachi The arrangements committee for the annual Lag B"Omcr picnic met this week and will meet again next Monday at 5 p. m. to make the final arrangements for transportation facilities, meals and program. Scoutss Mrs. Decky reports great strides on the part of our Scout troop. The troop is overfilled with members. Congratulations. Women's Home Defense Mrs. Frances Loeb, president, reported at the regular meeting Wednesday that the organization had sent twenty five dollars to the Palestine Mogen David (Red Cross). They are active in defense projects. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 B90 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m. Saturday.. 9:00 a. m. "STAY THRU MAY" L. MURRAY DIXON ARCHITECT 1630 EUCLID AVENUE MIAMI BEACH Sunday School Final examinations in all the Sunday School classes will be held this coming Sunday. Parents who wish their children to be advanced to higher grades next year, are urged to see to it that their children attend the examinations. Talmud Torah Classes will be held continuously throughout the summer months as in the past and parents are asked to register their children for the summer session. Congregational Meeting In line with the custom of having monthly congregational meetings, the board of directors of the congregation met with the membership last Tuesday night, under the presidency of Max Rifas. Policy and plans for the coming summer months were discussed. Mazel Tov The rabbi and officers of the congregation take this means of congratulating Corporal Allan Miller and Miss Anne Melamed upon their recent marriage which took place in the home of our dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Block. The beautiful candlelight ceremony was conducted in the presence of many friends by our rabbi, with Rev. Abraham Gluck assisting. Sincere and hearty congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meislik, whose marriage was solemnized in our synagogue on Rosh Hodesh last. We extend felicitations to Sergeant and Mrs. Maxwell E. Berman who were married by Rabbi Kellner recently. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound grief the passing of Mrs. Ruth Gross and extend.to her sorrowing family our sincere condolences. May they be consoled amidst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY PATRONS BONITA FRUIT PRESERVING CO. 5420 N. Miami Avenue—Phone 7-4844 We desire to meet again our many thousands of Jewish friends who visited us at Bonita Groves. In the grove surrounding the factory we have 144 species of tropical trees bearing edible fruit, many hailing from Palestine. We shall be glad to see you. ELECT YOUR FRIEND GEORGE S. OKELL STATE LEGISLATURE GROUP THREE Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated (Paid Political Advertisement by Friends) %  ^^^^^H I ••'-<*:



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PAGE SIX vjewistncrkfiari FRIDAY. APRH 24, 1 9 _> 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, Csntor 1134 8. 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. Sunday School Calendar Final examinations of all classes of Sunday school will take place Sunday morning, May 3rd. On May 10th a "Mother's Day program will be presented by students of the Sunday school. Closing exercises and prize awards will be held 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. Bar Mitzvahs During the early services last Thursday morning. Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edelstein, became bar mitzvah. This Saturday morning at 9:30. Walter, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig. will become bar mitzvah. He will recite the "Maftir" and greet the worshipers. A cordial invitation is extended to worshipers and friends to attend the reception which will follow in the auditorium immediately after the benediction. Junior Congregational services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Sisterhood Installation The installation of officers of Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday, May 29th .at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Isador Fine, president, will announce her committee and full details in next week's issue. Mazel lot The officers and members of Beth David congregation and Sisterhood extend their greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld at the birth of their granddaughter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simon. May the Almighty grant them "Nachas." Nochum Avelium May the Almighty assuage the pain of Mrs. M. Bassush at the loss of her beloved husband, and a member of the Beth David congregation. May his soul be bound up in the bond of eternal life. CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road Miami Beach Services at Congregation Shaaray Tefila. 230 Lincoln Road, are scheduled Friday at 7:15 p. m., Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiirtual leader of the congregation, will speak during the morning services on the subject of "The Living Law" and in the afternoon on "Jewish Ethics." Shalos Soodas will be at 7:30 p. m. Daily morning services are at I 8 o'clock and evening services at : 7:15. The group studying the BiblicI al Portion of the week meets 1 Saturday at 5 p. m. The Bible class meets daily at 5 p. m. The Ein-Yakov group meets Sundav. Monday and Tuesday at i 7:30 p. m. The group studying Jewish Laws and Customs meets Wed1 nesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. All are welcome to come. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus $996 Indian Creek Drive-S-lZfa Miami Beach RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaOorce Drive Miami Beach Phone $-1738 Louis F.Maire CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT OF FLORIDA Solicits Your Vote and Support DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 5. 1942 Paid Political Adv. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Laudcrdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1411 Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon: "A Restricted Community." Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood sponsored benefit social for men and women Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing for the American Red Cross, British War Relief Society. Bundles for America, etc.. Wednesday from 1 to 5 p. m. Annual Sisterhood membership luncheon, Hollywood Beach Hotel. Thursday at 12:30 p. m. Congregational meeting Thursday at 8 p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning tne Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. April 24th at 8:15 o'clock Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject: "An Added Problem." being a statement on the contrast between Reinhold Niebur's articles on "Jews After the War," in the Nation, and the Post's articles as represented by Milton Mayer's "The Case Against the Jew." Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, April 25th at 11:00 o'clock, Torah reading, congregational participation and interpretation of Biblical portion by Rabbi Zwitman. School board and teachers' meeting on Wednesday evening, April 29th. Congratulations Heartiest congratulations from the Temple and all its affiliate organizations are hereby extended to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Simon upon the occasion of the birth of their granddaughter, Patricia Lee Simon; to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gould upon the occasion of the birth of their daughter, Cathie Ellen. Sisterhood Notes An important Sisterhood board meeting will be held on Monday, April 27th at 10:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Harold Spaet, 5435 LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach. Members of the Sisterhood board are urged to attend. The annual Sisterhood installation luncheon will be an outstanding social event, featuring an unusual program. This luncheon, installing Sisterhood officers for the coming year, will be held in Kaplan Hall Monday, May 4th at 12:30 o'clock and will be prepared by a Sisterhood committee headed by Mrs. Jan K. Jacobs. Program chairman wM be Mrs. Max Steuer, with Mrs E. Max Goldstein as toastmistress for the occasion, and Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz as installing officer. Largest Class to be Confirmed Twenty-eight boys and girls of the Religious School will constitute the largest confirmation classs to be inducted in our Temple into the faith of Israel on Shovuoth, May 21st, at 7:30 p. „,. A list of the candidates for confirmation follows: J. William Baros, jr., Sylvia Berkman Mariorie Berman, Molly Ann Boyell, Lois Braz, Bobby Bronner Bart Leonard Cohen, Ellen Cohen, Marjorie Freedman, Dorothy Goldstein, Barara Gordon. Mildred Greenberg. Joe Gassenheimer Rita Hyman, Patricia Jean Kovins, Joel Kuperberg, Lenore Phyllis Levine, Barbara Lewis, Isadora Margolis, Herbert Neilinger, Elyse Newman, Nathan Ratner, Phyllis Rosenthal, Joanne Salizman, Joy Simonhoff, Leonard Treister Bert Wohl, Florence Wohl. 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: Sender Federbush, father of Mrs. Mortimer E. Wien; Louis Newland, father of Mrs. Jules Gilette; Samuel Merson. husband of Mrs. Bertha Merson and father of Mrs. Frank A. Perlman; Joseph Hollender, father of Dr. A. R. Hollender. Yahrzeits: Minnie Mendelson, mother of Roslyn Mendelson, Jacob Plant, father of Morris Plant; Jennie Martin, sister of Mrs. Ray Mendelson; Babette Wertheimer, mother "t A. Wertheimer; Hyman N. Levy, husband of Mrs. Bertha B. Levy; Baruch Wolf, father of Mrs. Clara Hyman; Philip Applebaum, father of Irving Applebaum; Fruma Freed, mother of Mrs. Harry Nevins; M. Victor miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, brother of Harry Miller and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. Floral offering last week was in memory of Abraham Feldman. 'STAY THRU MAY" I. H. HAGOOD CO. 3801 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2288 TO OUR MANY FRIENDS—SEASONS GREETINGS HENRIETTA'S FRUIT SHIPPERS MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA 126 8th STREET PHONE 59386 CLYDE R. MARKLEY WE SELL — RENT — TUNE PIANOS Your Satisfaction—Our Guarantee 2916 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 4-5951 "STAY THRU MAY" Miami Conservatory 1737 N. Bayshore Drive Ph. 2-5835 TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS SEASON'S GREETINGS LANGFORD MILLWORKS 3025 Douqlas Road Phone 4-0316 HUGH (PAT) PETERS FOR County Commissioner DISTRICT NO. 2 KNOWS THE COUNTY'S NEEDS Qualified by Years of Experience as County Commissioner of District No. 2 Paid Political Adv. "STAY THRU MAY" McAllister Florists "Say It With Flowers But Say It With Ours" 629 S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-3773 "STAY THRU MAY" SUNSHINE HOSPITAL 47 N. W. 32nd Place Miami, Fl THIS HOTEL WILL REMAIN OPEN INDEFINITELY • • • SPECIAL RATES • • • THE MAXINE Tel. 5-4763 1756 Collins Ave. Pieces of HaU (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) and hurls constant ehart> against the Administration _E_ tain, Russia, and in general' do* his best to create national dk unity. UB • • • The Boise Valley Herald an obstructionist newspaper, contin ues its poisonous propaganda against the allied war effort A recent issue concerns itself with an attack against conscription against the restriction of encmv aliens, and in favor of conscien tious objectors. There is also a lead article in the March 19th is sue written by Vera Flory, vio. lently protesting the mobilization of women. Miss Flory states that the purpose behind the Administration's move is to "enhance the power, perpeuate the tyranny, and glutton with barbaric lust the creators of the design in the name of a Crusade for freedom." They also have a provision for impeaching the President and reversing or annulling any decision of the latter. • • • A new organization patterned along fascist lines has come into existence calling itself "Lease Lend to America," headed by Ralph E. Byers and located at 920 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Their platform asks for a negotiated peace. They intend publishing a small paper for a subscription of $1.00 per year. Apparently, they are to work closely with the former Lincoln Park Chapter of America First. • • • Joe McWilliams of the American Destiny Party is presently in Chicago keeping himself very much in the background. He has, however, made several appearances before the various fascist anti-Semitic groups such as "We, the Mothers" and the "Patrick Henry Forum." At present. New York authorities are checking into McWilliams' draft status. So far, no record has been found of his registration, in which case McWilliams will find himself once more involved with the law. • • The "Patrick Henry Forum" which despite its name is a rabble-rousing, bigotted group of unAmericans holds meetings every Sunday night at Chicago's Hotel La Salle. On sale during their meetings, the following publications can be purchased: Pelley's "Galilean." Coughlin's "Social Justice" and Court Asher's nauseating "X-Ray." • • • William Grace of the "Citizen's Committee" in Chicago is continuing to conduct meetings every Friday night at the Hotel La Salle. Actually, these meetings are political rallies on behalf of all the former arch-isolationists presently running for re-election. Congressman Stephen Day, Viereck's friend, is a hero to the "Citizen's Committee." Although Day has been dropped from the regular Republican ticket because of his Viereck entanglements, the "Citizen's Committee" still support him. "Social Justice" continues to be sold at their meetings. Buy War Bonds and Stamps FOR SALE FISH MARKET GOOD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS Year round—S? me location 4 Years CALL OR PHONE CAPT. OIKLE Phone 4-9392 2323 S. W. 17th AVENUE "STAY THRU MAY" DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 320 S. E. 1st Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA RESTORE DIGNITY TO A HIGH COUNTY OFFICE AND ELECT Mrs. T. V. 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FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1942 +Jewish ncridUan PAGE SEVEN POLITICAL BRIEFS FHANK B. DOWLING Close co-operation in the state a nd national war effort, rigid economy in government administration, safeguarding of the health, education and general welfare of the children of Florida are the three main planks of the platform of Frank B. Dowling. Miami attorney, who is 1 zen and taxpayer who has not become organized for nefarious purposes. "We must bo wa !" slat^ n Wh Says that the LegHlfih K a P oor -Paying political job because it s that same person who minimizes the !" portance of Representation who most usually has some selfish interest to protect," he stated We must not forget that as such we are guided in our daily life by is e S h. T ^ Se r V lcsarolaws -and is the legislature that passes taws by whlcn we live. I deplore the fact that so many good men are interested only in the city or county they inhabit. It \1 so !" c T h re important to gather at Tallahassee and provide our constituents with proper legiscannot make arrests, must be impartial as to cases brought before him. That these cases have been efficiently handled is shown by the record of 94% of convictions. wagering a vigorous campaign i„ be fleeted state representative from ^roup 3 in Dado county. Mr. Dowling has been a resident of Dade County for the past 32 years. He was educated in the Dado county schools and was a graduate of the Law College of the University of Florida at the age of 19, Since March 1st. 1928, Mr. Dowling has practiced law in Miami. SOL D. HOROWITZ Sol D. Horowitz, a resident of Dade county for 17 years is a candidate for the State Legislature, Group 1, and believes in, and stands for, the ordinary citiFOR BABY CHICKS NEW CENTURY FEED AND SUPPLY CO. 2417 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 3-4282 '•STAY THRU MAY" TOM MOSLEY BAR-B-Q N. W. 79th St. Ph. 7-7855 "STAY THRU MAY" NATIONAL KOSHER MARKET 424 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-8146 "STAY THRU MAY" RENO BAR 823 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9773 "STAY THRU MAY" MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 SW. 4th St. Ph. 4-4292 HUGH (PAT) PETERS Hugh (Pat) Peters, is seeking reelection as County Commissioner, District No. 2, based on nis qualifications by years of experience as County Commissioner of this district and pointed put the way his promises have b u Cn „„ fuIfllled showing that, of the 72 lots desired for new park north of Baker's Haulover, 64 lots have been acquired and we are negotiating for remaining a lots at the present time. Your new clinic was formally opened on January 19, 1942, at 2745 N W. 62nd Street. From that date to April 1st, the clinic has handled 1.877 patients from North Dado County, affecting a great saving in time, mileage and expense to these people. C. W. PETERS '"In all of my Legislative Platform no mention is made of "new levies" or "new sources of revenue," C. W. Peters, candidate for Legislature, Group 3, stated. "I have endeavored to present a program of action but not of spending. I think the peculiar conditions existing at this time demand such a course of legislation. The State of Florida must practice strictest economy for the duration of the crisis in which we find ourselves. We are taxed to our last dime to meet our part of the burden of war. Of course, the public schools must be maintained to their maximum efficiency, and such sacred charges as the public health, old age assistance etc., cannot be neglected in the slightest degree." PAT CANNON Rep. Pat Cannon quoted The Congressional Record Friday to prove that he has been preparing America for war since June. 1939. Oannon is candidate for a third term as congressman from Florida s military important fourth district, stretching along the coast from Key West to Vero Beach. Cannon said he had voted June 30, 1939. to amend the neutrality act to permit aid to Britain and trance, the shipment of supplies having been denied them previously as belligerents. Then, said Cannon, he voted for the lend : lease bill and the selective service act. As a member of the house naval affairs committee during his first term. Cannon supported the "two for the Young Democratic Clubs J of the State of Florida and past President of the Young Democratic Club of Dade county, and Past Master Counsellor of Demolay, is a member of the Moose and Elks Lodge, Knights of Pythias. I. O. O. F., Lions Club and is a Baptist. LOUISE F. MAIRE Louis F. Maire was born at Sylvan Beach, N. Y., January 24, 1894. He moved to Fort Laudcrdale in 1923 from Georgia and served as Municipal Judge of Fort Lauderdale from 1924 to 1927, State Attorney and assistant State Attorney in Broward and Palm Beach Counties from 1927 to present date and now serving his fourth term. Included among the planks of his platform is an all out, united effort to win the war as soon as possible, using all necessary means available, without regard to stepping on the toes of those with selfish, personal interests; unalterable opposition to pensions or pay increases for Congressmen or Senators; the complete separation of the Legislative, Executive and Judicial branches of the government, as provided by the United States Constitution, A. Z. A. BRIEFS P TTERY • FLOWERS PHONE 48-1010 c T HE FLOWER POT a,, B S l ne Nov "i". Flamingoea, Blrii Baths, Gazing Ball.. Y ARD FURNITURE WI* W. 8th STREET ""AMI. FLORIDA MRS. T. V. MOORE Mrs. T. V. Moore enters as a candidate for a Dade county commissioner office because she honestly believes that she can render service to her fellow citizens. She does not seek the position for any honor or political power or prestige. She has served her fellows and the important positions she has been entrusted with in the betterment of civic welfare." her supporters state, than qualify her Tor this office. If elected, Mrs. Moore has pledged herself to work for the elimination of all non-essential expenditures, to promote unity of purpose and effort among all the commissioners, to represent Dade county in a business like manner and restore the dignity to this high office which it merits, to serve to the best of her ability every day of the week. ROBERT R. TAYLOR "I am running on my record as County solicitor, and my bid for your vote and support on May 5th is based on that record," County Solicitor Robert R. Taylor told a Dade county audience Tuesday night. "In the heat of a campaign, many office-seekers will make charges calculated to undermine confidence in the incumbent. They know these statements are not true, but hope to gain votes by their tactics. My record is an open book, and I am proud I can tell you that my record of convictions is the highest in Florida, despite the fact that I have never been a prosecutor, I believe it is my duty to relieve the innocent of the shame and expense of a trial, if the evidence is not sufficient." To those citizens who are not fully aware of the duties of the county solicitor. Mr. Taylor issued a cordial invitation to visit his office in the court house, so that they may have an opportunity to see the efficient manner in which thousands of cases are disposed of annually. The county solicitor's duties differ from those of any other county official. He ocean navy program which brought about the creation of numerous air and other naval bases throughout the country and particularly in the fourth congressional district. So that he might more effectively support legislation designed to lift the quota on Florida's sugar. Cannon asked for and received assignment to the agricultural committee for the present session. Cannon said he supported alien registration and antisabotage acts, voted unsuccessfully for the fortification of Guam, and aided in the passage of measures which brought $15,000,000 in housing projects to his district. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ JOSEPH B. COZATT Joseph B. Cozatt presents himself as a candidate for the Legislature in Group 3. Mr. Cozatt came to Florida thirty-one years ago and has resided in and has been a taxpayer in Dade County for more than twenty-six years; has had many years of business experience and is a practicing attorney with offices in the duPont Building. He is a member of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and is a member and a director of the Pan American League. He became a member of the Biscayne Lodge F. & A. M. twenty-five years ago. He is also a member of the Scottish Rite and Mahi Temple Shrine. Mr. Cozatt is a member and an officer of the First Christian Church. He has always been an active supporter of civic improvements, and about his legislative race says: "The people of Dade county are entitled to a strong, aggressive representative in the Legislature, one who has no personal ambitions. I will support any constructive program if consistent with economy. It should be remembered that Dade County is electing directors for a billion dollar corporation in which every citizen of the State of Florida has a vital interest." GEORGE OKELL "In submitting to Dade countians my candidacy for Group 3 of the State Legislature. I know from many contacts that my qualifications for this office are known and that you know that I will try to give to the people of Dade County the same earnest, loyal service as a Legislator that I gave to every responsibility that I undertake," George Okell, candidate stated. Due to the fact that this is a county-wide race, as much as I would like to, I am unable to call on each one of my friends personally, I am expressing my appreciation and gratitude for any advice, support, or help, that you may give me. He is National Committeeman All Ready for Stag Smoker All is in readiness for the Y M. H. A. stag smoker on Wednesday evening, April 29, at 830 o clock. An extraordinary program has been planned by an outstanding committee headed by Chairman Nat Blumberg, Al Pallot and and Herman Waitsman. They are assisted by the entire board of directors consisting of Joseph A. Berman, Fred K. Shochet. Leo Ackerman, Jack Apte, Dr. Samuel Beckman. Al Berkowitz, Phil Berkowitz, David Brown, George Chertkof, Leo Eisenstein, George Goldberg, Larry Grossberg, Dr. Harold Rand, Al Reisman, Leo Robinson, Frank Rose, Harry Schwartz Sam Seitlin, Pete Silverman and A. J. Tobin. The entire membership of the Y. M. H. A. is invited to attend. Any "Y" member is privileged to have a prospective member as his guest. Bowling News The new Duckpin Bowling League is well on its way now with Marty Milstein heading the league and closely followed by S. Weber, M. Cromer, Abe Berkowitz and George Chertkof. Come out every Thursday night and see these champs bowl their best at the Playdium Bowling Alleys, 3737 S. W. 8th Street. Diamondball Regular practice* will be held Sunday morning at Riverside Park at 10 o'clock sharp. Old candidates as well as new are urged to be present. A practice game with the Naval Station of Opa Locka is being arranged. Manager Frank Rose states that the League will open probably I during the first week of May. Bazaar The newest addition to the j events which will take place at the annual bazaar being held on j May 2 and 3 is the engaging of Sid Lewis and his well known orchestra who will play for dancing on Saturday and Sunday night. There will be events for men. women, and children of all ages. Don't come alone, but bring the entire family. News 'Round Town Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y, is expected back today after his very short trip to New York where he attended the 25th annual meeting of the Jewish Welfare Board. Mr. Grossman was certainly missed around the "Y" and everyone is very anxious to hear his reports on the convention. Mazel Tov to Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Beckman upon the birth of a son. Congrats to the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A. for engaging Dr. I. H. Schwartz as athletic director of the Y. One of the many activities the Miami A. Z. A., Junior Order of B'nai Brith' has been active in is the work being done by the Anti-Defamation League, under the supervision of William I. Boxerman. The Dade County Blood Bank was "flooded" with blood donors Thursday when 15 members of the Miami Chapter went en masse to donate their blood. On May 9 a dance sponsored by the Miami A. Z. A. will be held for service men at the Y. M. H. A. under the direction of the USO. April 12, a stag smoker at which eight pledges were given their formal initiation into the chapter was held. The new member., are: Bob Shandloff, Milton Torcm. Dave Seitlin. Walter Rawlson, Hershel Leschel. Andrew Roth. Jerry Braz. Howard Moss. Of these. Roth's name was included in the rituals although he has just been called to the navy and could not be present, making the fourth member of the chapter to enter the armed service. HARRY SCHWARTZ General chairman of the Y. M. H. A.'s 9th annual Bazaar and Dance to be held Saturday night. May 2nd and all day Sunday, May 3rd at the "Y" clubrooms, 1567 S. W. 5th Street. Miami. "A gala week-end of festivities has been planned so that all age groups will find plenty of entertainment." Mr. Schwartz stated. Barney Cohen Candidate for Congressman at Large in the coming election, pledges in his platform to work for speedy, victorious prosecution of war; outlaw by legislation strikes and lockouts in war industries, transportation and communication, for the duration; economy in administration; mobilization of all resources for the war effort and extermination for all fifth column activities. He is well-known for his activities in stat young democratic circles, in which organization he was a director of the Orange county group from the time of its organization some ten years ago until 1940. "STAY THRU MAY" BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP 518 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-2260 "STAY THRU MAY" BURROWS MULTI PRINT 3468 Main Highway Ph. 4-3822 "STAY THRU MAY" EAT A BITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9361 The Most Completely Equipped Auto Paint Shop in the South JOHNNIE & MACK Ph. 3-7681 74 N. E. 20th St. "STAY THRU MAY" B. A. STEPHENS STEPHENS RESTAURANT Ph. 2-7742 38 W. 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i* PAGE EIGHT +JewistncrldHan FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman ADL Conferences Endeavoring to stimulate still greater activity among ADL keymen throughout the state and simultaneously acquaint Florida Jewry with the current scene, we have just wound up a series of eight conferences throughout the state. From them, it is hoped that attendants carried away a fuller comprehension of the over-all dangers to American democracy and the steps being taken to combat the Trojan Horse activities ot Nazi propagandists. Such conferences play an important part in internal education With most of their time consumed by the everyday problem of providing for the welfare and education of their families,, the majority of Jewish men and women find themselves unable to keep up with the ever-increasing Nazi trickery here designed to set group against group and impede our war effort. Every Nazi Propagandist Every Nazi is a propagandist. Every American must learn to recognize that Every Jew and every Christian should be ready to scotch their propaganda. First of all, when you hear any questionable talk, ask your informant where he got the information ... In practically every instance he will have no authoritative source ... He will be repeating something he heard somewhere Where it started, he will not know But if it will make Hitler happy, you can be pretty certain of its origin In no instance should you repeat it. Smoke and Fire Don't consider any manifestation of anti-Semitism too unimportant, especially if it is a sticker, circular or pamphlet Anti-Semitism was the red herring • Ask Your Friends And Neighbors to Vote For SOLD. HOROWI" Group 1 -Legislature which the Nazis used to hide their own imperialistic program and divert attention from their gigantic rearmament program Anti-Semitism is being used by Hitler today in this country for similar purposes. Nazi technique is to turn the attention of the non-Jews against the Jews in America so that the other Americans will be too busy to fight with all their strength. Nazi agents make up big lies Say the Jews started the war (Of course, not Hitler). Say the Jews control everything (Don't ask why, if they control everything, they always let themselves be persecuted!). Say the Jews are evading the draft (Does anybody know that of the first 75 Distinguished Flying Crosses just awarded in this second World War, eight were won by Jewish Boys?). More Propaganda Jews aren't by any means the sole focal point of Nazi propaganda. The government, especially the administration, is blasted at every opportunity The British are said to be holding back, letting Russia and the United States do all the fighting Russia is described as ready at any moment to sell out the democracies and therefore not to be trusted. In Britain and Russia, Nazi agents start whispering campaigns that we are not sending all the supplies we have promised "Divide and Conquer." For your information, all these are lies Plain, unadulterated lies Nazi lies And anybody who repeats them, is playing the Nazi game, intentionally or unintentionally and making Hitler happy. Gut Shabbos! STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON LEGAL NOTICES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the unders'lKned, pursuant to Chanter zm-.i Laws of Florida. 1941, will reSS with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida, upon re oelpt of proof of the publication of this notice, the name of "unii TRADING COMPANY." !" WUJLIAM H. UKONER, Owner 4/17-24 5/1-8-15 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) to get stranded pretty far from civilization without a lire in his jeans After a while he met a couple of Italian soldiers, and told them his tale of woe ... He had a rather difficult time convincing them that he really was the Big Muss, and then, when he finally had identified himself to their satisfaction by doing his famous chest expansion stunt, broached the subject of a loan. "I need carfare to get back to Rome," he told them, "and if you'll lend me fifty lire I'll send it back to you the second I get to the Treasury" ... So one of the soldiers gave him the money, and Mussolini departed in the direction of the nearest railway station When the big chief had gone, the other soldier started to bawl out his pal "That was a dumb stunt, parting with fifty lire just like that," he said. "I don't care if he is Mussolini— how do you know he'll return your money?" "Don't worry" the other reassured him, "I'll get it back Didn't he borrow Ethiopia, and then give it back?" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that I. M. Grossman is engaged in business under the fictitious name of ZIIIM FOOD CENTER—VKBKTAISI.K UK l'ARTMENT at 1429 Washington Ave" Miami Beach, Florida, and intends to register said fictitious name in th office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I. M. GROSSMAN Sole Owner GEORGE CHRRTKOF Attorney for Applicant 4/17-24 5/1-8-15 "STAY THRU MAY" HOTEL STRAND 226 N. E. 2nd St. Ph. 27481 (Paid Political Advertisement by Friends) HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN ^—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phono MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER 8ALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There li No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK IT LIKES YOU LET'S KEEP 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 is a candidate for State 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 DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry I WANT MY MILK BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Mfflc "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 SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO., INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing G. A. WORLEY STATE ATTORNEY (Political AdliKmm—Pjid by Frl

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942
POST SORRY AND
MAKES REGRETS
FOR IYER STORY
PRICE 10 CENTS
SHOLEM LODGE GIVE FLAGS
TO ELEVEN SERVICE BOARDS
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
presented flags to each of the
county's Selective Service Boards
at a luncheon meeting Tuesday.
Nat Roth, chairman of the
Americanization committee, was
in charge of arrangements and
introduced Burnett Roth, presi-
Philadelphia (WNS)The Sat- dent of Sholem Lodge, who pre-
urday Evening Post purchased
advertising space in leading
newspapers throughout the coun-
try this week to disclaim any
anti-Semitic bias and to express
its "regret" at the "misunder-
standing" caused by Milton May-
er's article "The Case Against the
Jew."
The magazine admitted in a
special editorial, written by its
new editor, Ben Hibbs, which
will appear in the May 16th issue
of the Post, that it had received
several thousand letters from
both Jews and Gentiles "who
sincerely believe the article was
intended as an attack on the Jew-
ish people."
The editorial explained that
the former Post editor, who pur-
chased the articles on the Jews
in the United States, had hoped
through the series to "afford an
intelligent basis for the discus-
sion of a question which, through
the malice and stupidity of Axis
leaders, has caused untold grief
in many parts of the world."
"Naturally we deeply regret
this misunderstanding," the edi-
torial continued, "The Post never
has been, is not now and never
will be anti-Semitic in belief or
expression. It is not anti-any
group. We have always been as
quick to publish material setting
forth a noteworthy accomplish-
ment of Jews as of Gentiles. We
have done so because we have
always believed that a good
American is a good American re-
gardless of race or creed. That
this is still our policy will be
demonstrated during the months
to come by material some of
which is already in the
of being written.
"This editorial is being pub-
lished not only to clear away a
misunderstanding, but because
the new editor of the Post feels
BO deeply, so completely, that the
only real cause in these war days
ls the cause of Americathe
cause of freedom. We Ameri-
cans are a cohesive people who
let along with one another in
Peace and brotherhood
sided.
Harry Simonhoff of the lodge
made the presentation to the
board's representatives stressing
the meaning of the flag and the
idealism which it represents.
L
ASKED TO CONFER
Pieces of Hate
by
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
National Director of the Anti-
Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith
process
New YorkThe first ORT
warning school for refugees in
forth America is ready to open
ln Canada. according to official
announcement y George Backer,
President of the American ORT
federation.
Detroit (WNS) "Social Jus-
tice," Father Coughlin's pro-Na-
zi and anti-Semitic mouthpiece
which was barred from the
United States mails last week by
order of Postmaster General Wal-
ker, this week invited American
Jewish leaders to visit RoyalOak
for a spiritual conference with the
Jew-baiting Detroit priest.
"Would it not be a strange
event?" the Church-denounced
magazine asked its estimated
200,000 readers, if they all met
at the Shrine of the Little Flo-
wer, to discuss "ways and means
of preserving the light of religion
in a world of tempests which is
so bent upon extinguishing the
torch?"
In the same issue "Social Jus-
tice" expressed appreciation for
Milton Mayer's article. "The Case
Against the Jew," which ap-
peared in the Saturday Evening
Post, praising the author as "a
gifted Jew writer." Referring to
the article, which provoked a
storm of nation-wide condemna-
tion, the anti-Semitic publica-
tion said it "is more than a com-
position of scintillating sen-
tences."
"Its concluding portion is a
burning noonday sun which pene-
trates the sham of present-day
materialism as it makes clear
the everlasting truth of righteous-
ness," the Coughlin mouthpiece
added. "In other words. Mayer
tells the Jews that they can't
assimilate or be assimilated. It
is significant that the Saturday
"We, the Mothers Mobilize," a
Coughlin auxiliary, planned a
demonstration in front of the
Chicago City
Hall to demand
that the sugar
rationing plan be
called off on the
grounds that it
was an interna-
tional plot to
rob American
children of their
sweets. The Chi-
cago Daily News
exposed the plan
with the resuit
that only ten women showed up.
They called on the Mayor, dis-
covered he was not in, and after
a few inane mutterings dispersed
and went home. At present they
are agitating along with the other
pre-Pearl Harbor Hitler lovers
for a peace parley.
*
Withe the discrediting of Fran-
cis P. Moran, Christian Front
leader in Boston, the more im-
portant leaders of the move-
ment have decided to step in
and continue the spreading of
Coughlin's totalitarian principles.
Father Edward Lodge Curran has
made several speeches in that
neck of the woods, gathering
many of the local politicians and
various Irish organization leaders
under his banner. As was to be
expected. Father Curran contin-
ues to speak as if no war exists
NAZIS CLOSE SYNAGOGUES.
HEBREW SCHOOLS IN LUBLIN
Geneva (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in Lublin, Nazi-occupied Pol-
and, have closed all synagogues,
yeshivas and other Jewish relig-
ious schools and have forbidden
all Jewish religious teaching, it
was reliably reported here. The
Nazis said that the order was
made necessary because the syn-
agogues and yeshivas had been
converted into "nests of anti-
Nazi activity."
Severe penalties have been
provided for violators of the new
ruling. Both teachers and stud-
ents attending Jewish religious
schools in the future will be sent
to Nazi concentration camps, it
was said.
FIFTH COLUMN IS
JOLTED BY ACTS
OF
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
JORNSON URGES
FORMATION OF
FOR JEWS
REGISTER APRIL
27TH AS TO SKILLS
Evening Post article represents
the emergence of the Jewish
question from the limited sphere
in which it has been held."
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
Registration Warning!
Dade county's registration books are open again and
w'll remain open until 5 p. m. May 1st, in compliance
with a ruling issued by Attorney General Tom Watson
a< Tallahassee.
Registration books will be finally closed on that date-
Those who fail to register will not be able to cast then-
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
01 the ballot before it is too late.
Take advantage of this new opportunity!
Approximately 219.000 male re-
sidents in Florida will be regis-
tered April 27th for classifica-
tion according to their skills and
aptitudes for war production
work, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins,
State Director of Selective Ser-
vice announced today.
National Selective Service
Headquarters in Washington, D.
C. anticipates a total registra-
tion of about 13.000.000 men be-
tween the ages of 45 and 64 years,
inclusive, in Continental United
States, the Territories of Alaska
and Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.
The registration will include
every male citizen and every
male alien resident, other than
persons exempted by the Selec-
tive Training and Service Act,
who had attained the 45th anni-
versary of his birth on or before
Feb. 16, 1942, and has not attained
the 65th anniversary of his birth
on or before April 27th, 1942.
Those men who register on
April 27th, the General pointed
out, are not liable for military
service under the law. They will
be given certificates of registra-
tion which they must have in
their personal possession at all
times and produce at the request
of authorized persons. Later
they will be required to fill out
an occupational questionnaire,
detailing their civilian qualifica-
tions and skills, but that will be
for the purpose of obtaining in-
formation only.
Washington (WNS)The crea-
tion of a Jewish army composed
of Palestinian and stateless Jews
to fight with the United Nations
was urged on the Senate floor by
Senator Edwin C. Johnson of
Colorado, who estimated that
200.000 Jews, mostly from the
Middle East, could be recruited
for such a military force.
Senator Johnson, a member of
the Committee for a Jewish Ar-
my, stressed that "no Jews from
America would be eligible, for
American Jews will fight under
the Stars and Stripes."
"Palestine stands at the very
edge of the Suez, a vital focal
point of the lifeline of the United
Nations," the Senator said. "Suez
must be held and Palestine can
be an important factor in its sup-
port. Seventy five miles east of
the Suez Canal there awaits in
idleness a potential Jewish army
Washington (WNS) The
American Fifth column received
its most serious setback since
Pearl Harbor when Postmaster
General Walker, acting on infor-
mation given him by Attorney
General Francis Biddle, ordered
the anti-United Nations and anti-
Semitic mouthpiece of Father
Coughlin, "Social Justice," barred
from the United States mails.
Government action against the
magazine was taken after Mr.
Biddle had charged "Social Jus-
tice" with violating the Espion-
age Act of 1917 and of having
engaged over a period of time in
a "sustained and systematic at-
tack on certain of our activities
directly related to the war effort
as well as upon public morale
generally."
Mr. Biddle announced that evi-
dence designed to prove who
owns, edits, directs and finances
"Social Justice will be placed
before a special grand jury in-
vestigating Nazi propaganda and
seditious influences. It was be-
lieved here that Father Coughlin,
who founded the magazine but
has since May, 1940, disclaimed
any connection with it, will be
subpoenaed.
The grand jury investigation,
which is expected to last several
months, will be "the first in a
series" involving magazine and
newspapers which appear to be
seditious. It was indicated that
Government action may soon be
taken against a number of for-
eign-language papers
"We want to find out if there
has been a systematic propa-
ganda that has tied up regularly
with the Axis effort," Mr. Biddle
begging and pleading for the
right to fight, to hold Suez.
One hundred thousand Jews in
Palestine are demanding now. as
I speak, the opportunity and the.
right to fight on the side of the
defenders of Suez. When the
enemy's gun is levelled at the
heart, the time for quibbling is
past. When the United Nations
know that Hitler and Hirohito
have planned to clasp hands, their
bloody hands, across the Suez
Canal in sadistic glee, how can
the decision be postponed." The
Senator said that in addition to
100.000 Jews from Palestine, an
equal number of Jews could be
recruited from other parts of the
world.
"America is proud to be the
arsenal of democracy and she had
made 'a willingness to fight' the
only qualification for armed as-
sistance," Mr. Johnson added. "It
is 12,000 miless from America to
Suez. America may not, there-
fore, be able to get men to Egypt
in time but most certainly we can
get arms and munitions to men
in Palestine, now on the ground,
ready and waiting to receive
these arms when Britain gives
approval. I plead with the lead-
ers of Britain to act before the
hour grows late."
explained.
Three hundred students of the
higher grades of the schools in
Palestine are assisting in sea-
sonal agricultural work settle-
ments.
MAJOR ELRY STONE
Major Elry Stone, prominent
and active Miami communal
worker was called to active duty
in the armed forces of the United
States. A reserve officer for
seventeen years, Major Stone
will report to Washington May
10th, where he is temporarily as-
signed. He is attached to the
Judge Advocate General depart-
ment.



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The Spinoza Forum will meet
Saturday at 3:30 p. m. to discuss
the Life and Philosophy of Bene-
dict Spinoza. The course on as-
trology held every evening will
continue throughout the summer.

The last regular Forum of the
National Council Jewish Women
scheduled for last week and post-
poned because of inclement wca-
ther will be held this Friday at
2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks
Club.

The regular meeting of the
Tarbuth Hebrew Speaking So-
ciety, will be held Sunday at
3:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Friedman. Rabbi
Samuel Bension will be guest
.speaker.

The B. Z. B.'s will hold a pic-
nic for new members on Sun-
day at 1 p. m. at Mathcson Ham-
mock. New Members include
Evelyn Gold, Janis Greefeld.
Norma Haas. Adole Stone and
Marvel Adler.

Thi1 Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai
B'rith held a hag party Tuesday
evening at Kaplan Hall. Temple
Israel. Mrs. Harold Rand and Mrs.
Be Cool in Chambray
and Seersucker
SLACKS SET
$
3
.98
Chambray jacket is jaun-
ty vest-type, in solid col-
ors, with striped seer-
sucker sleeves and dickey
to match the pleated
slacks. Red or blue.
MIAMI STORE,
BEACHWFAW,
THIRD FLOOR
Barney Goodman were co-chair-
men. Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs.
S. B. Miller were in charge of
refreshments.

The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center will hold an
open meeting Tuesday evening,
April 28th at 8:15. Rabbi Colman
A. Zwitman will be the guest
speaker. The Men's Club and
the Senior League of the Center
will participate.

The Workmen's Circle. Branch
No. 692. will sponsor a card party
Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at
their club house at 25 Washington
Avenue. The proceeds will go to
the milk fund for the Russian
children. They, also, sponsor a
free dance each Saturday evening
at their club.

The Pioneer Women's organiza-
tion of Greater Miami held a
cultural meeting at the home of
Mrs. Sarah Abrams Wednesday
evening. Mrs. Henry Seitlin pre-
PERSONALS
Barney Goodman is at home re-
cuperating from a tonsilectomy.
Leroy Feldman is at home re-
cuperating from a recent opera-
tion.

Mrs. Sam Tendrich is recuper-
ating from an appendectomy at
the Victoria Hospital.

Mrs. Dora Wechsler returned to
Pittsburgh. Pa., after spending 3
months at the Edsinger Hotel. Mi-
ami Beach.

Mrs. Jennie Silverman. guest
of the Edsinger Hotel, returned
to Melrose Park. Penn.. after
spending the winter here.

Morton Hacker, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hacker has been pro
moled to the rank of corpora
and is now stationed at Hawaii.

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Kupper have
left for Montgomery. Ala., where
hi' will enter the war department
in the capacity of building in-
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lcfcourt
announce the birth of a son. Jef-
frey Lewis, Monday, April 20th.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Beckman an-
nounce the birth of a son Sunday,
April 19th at the Jackson Me-
morial Hospital.
sided. Marrian Gengold1 ot Chi-; spi,t.,or for government projects.
cago was the guest speaker. A
reading was given by Mrs. B.
Shubovv and Mrs. Winchell par-
ticipated in the program.

Miami Chapter of Senior Ha
dassah will hold their annual
garden party Wednesday at the
home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024
N. Bay Road.. Mrs. Louis Rifas
will .serve as chairman. Mali
Jongg. Bridge. Bingo and Rummy
will be played. Admission will
be by the contents of the Jewish
National Fund Blue Box or suit-
able equivalent. Proceeds will
be used to meet the local quota
for National Hadassah's War
Emergency Program in Pales-
tine.

The Miami Chapter Women's
Division American Jewish Con-
gress will hold their April meet -
ing at the Elks Lodge, 720 West
Avenue on Monday, April 27th. at
1 p. m. The principal speaker
will be A. L. Reynolds, chair-
man of the Speakers Bureau of
Dade County Defense Council.
Mrs. L. Glasser will bring a re-
port from the National Board
Meeting held in New York, Miss
Jay Whitman will render vocal
selections and will be accom-
panied by her mother on the
piano. The committee in charge of
arrangements are: Mrs. A. J. To-
bin. Mrs. E. Londan, Mrs. T. G.
Marko, Mrs. Essie Bergman. Mrs.
Ruth Levy and Mrs. L. Glasser.

The next regular meeting of the
executive board of the Miami unit
of Junior Hadassah will be held
Monday evening, April 27th at
the home of Mrs. Irving Querido
2103 > 2 S. W. 7th Street. Board
members and chairmen are urged
to be present. Plans are already
in progress for Jr. Hadassah's an-
nual Mother's Day program. Miss
Edith Friedman is chairman, as-
sisted by Sylvia Geringer, Evelyn
Brown. Rose Courshon. Ethel
Pont, Mildred Friedman and Ged-
trude Mandel. Ruth Aronson,
chairman of the annual "Coron-
ation Dance." has also called a
meeting for Monday night, at
the home of Mrs. Querido. Abby
Cohn was appointed chairman of
the Theatre party which will take
place soon.
There is an increasing demand
for jam and marmalade for the
troops now in Palestine, causing
the enlargement of existing fac-
tories.

A reception was rendered to
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seigel. who
spent their honeymoon here.
Many friends were present to
witness the cutting of the wedding
cake. The couple have returned
to Washington where they will
make their home.

Major and Mrs. M. J. Roscnthal.
Bridgeport. Conn, are spending
their honeymoon in Miami. Ma-
jor Rosenthal has been in charge
of the dental division of the Sta-
tion Hospital at Camp Edwards.
Mass. He is a brother of Dr. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal of this city.
PLANS DRAWN FOR SOCIAI
HALL OF JEWISH CENTER
Plans have been drawn for
the construction of a Social Hal
in conjunction with the program
of the Miami Beach Jewish CeT
ter, 1415 Euclid Avenue to pro-
vide adequate facilities for the
recreational requirements 0f
the U. S. service men stationed a
Miami Beach. The estimated
cost for this project is $10,000
Construction work on the new
Social Hall will begin at once
This will provide a stage for
dramatic presentations and en
tertainments, an auditorium and
dance hall, a banquet hall and
kitchen facilities.
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-0828
PALM BEACH NOTES
BAR MITZVAH
Sheldon David Appel, son of
Mrs. Rose Appel, will be Bar
Mitzvah, Saturday at Beth Jacob
Congregation. A reception will
follow the services.

The Bar Mitzvah of Tevey
Phillip Woolfe, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernie Wolfe will be held
Saturday, April 25th at Beth
Jacob Congregation at 9:30 a.
m. A reception will follow the
services.
Bris Milah for the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Julius was held
April 10th at the Good Samari-
tan Hospital.
A joint meeting of Congrega-
tion Both El and sisterhood was
held Tuesday night at the Sher
Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Fannie Ryder and son,
Julian, went to Atlanta to visit
Mrs. Ryder's sister. Mrs. Esther
Jacobs.
The semi-monthly card party
Beth Israel sisterhood was held
Sunday night at Schwartzberg
hall with Mrs. Harry Sirkin act-
ing as chairman.
Mrs. J. Leo Rader arrived in
West Palm Beach Tuesday to
visit.
Walter Moss, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Moss left for New York
City where he will spend some
time.
PALM BEACH POLITICAL
BRIEFS
J. O. Bowen was elected mayor
of West Palm Beach by unani-
mous vote of the city commission
last week after he had taken the
oath of office as commissioner,
along with Vincent Oaksmith and
George McCampbell.
Mr. Oaksmith was elected vice-
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CHARLES H. CRANDON
Charles H. Crandon. complet-
ing his fourteenth year as a mem-
ber of the Dade County Commis-
sion, is a candidate for re-election
to the same post, district No. 1, in
the coming primary.
Emulating the highest type of
office holder who can derive ab-
solutely no personal gain or bene-
fit from the position, being fi-
nancially independent, but on the
contrary much grief and aggra-
vation. Crandon has achieved
an enviable record during his
tenure of office.
Only h desire to serve his com-
munity has caused him much ani-
mosity by the "Courthouse Fra-
ternity" and others upon whose
toes he steps upon insisting that
the right thing be done in carry-
ing out their respective duties to
the residents of Dade county.
Serving as chairman of the
"Committee to Defend America"
Crandon has always been active
in endeavoring to do away with
un-American activities, educat-
ing the Public with the true facts
during the the entire Lindbergh-
America First episode and many
others.
As chairman of the county's
finance committee, in 1933, he
applied business methods in ar-
ranging for an extension of our
County debt, which realized $400.-
000 profit for the County. In 1937
he advocated a further refunding
operation, resulting in another
saving of $3000,000 following
which our bonds jumped from
iuty cents to above one hundred
cents on the dollar.
t A,snllai,rman of tne board, 1931
to 1933, he consolidated all five
county Road Departments into
one efficient businesslike organi-
zation which achieved a very
great saving to the county, and
adopted the farsighted policy of
VSFl^u rad rihte-of-way
Which brought about economy
bridges bU,ld'ng f roads and
I WISH TO THANK ALL OF
MY FRIENDS FOR THEIR
KIND SUPPORT IN THE RE-
CENT ELECTION.
JACK I THOmPSOn
CHIEF OF POLICE
WEST PALM BEACH
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
RE-ELECT TO
CONGRESS
PAT CANNON
Paid Political Adv.
mayor and Mr. McCampbell, pre-
sident pro-tem of the commission.
Jack Thompson was elected
chief of police. All expressed
their appreciation for the support
given them.
Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, is seek-
ing re-election as county com-
missioner, district 2, Palm Beach.
During his tenure of office Mr.
Cornelius has worked for road
and bridge improvements, in-
cluding the rebuilding of Road 25.
the railroad overpass at South-
ern Boulevard Bridge and the
Beach Canal spillway as well as
improvements at the County
Farm and Children's Home and
welfare conditions generally.
I Appreciate the Recent
Vote ol Confidence
Vice Mayor
WEST PALM BEACH
MY SINCERE
APPRECIATION
TO ALL
For My Success
in the Recent
Election
J. O. BOWEN
MAYOR
WEST PALM BEACH
Ed Hamilton


FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942
vJewisti Her Mian
PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
KOMMENTS Hlg
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Very well received was the move
In King's slangin the groove
B'nai B'rith was the organization
The move guite a revelation
Shows it to be wide awake
And its aimsnot forsake
This week to each draft board it gave
The colors-A Flag-long may it wave.
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Federation is rather active at
present preparing a survey of
the various aspects of communal
activity needs and etc. A thor-
ough survey of minute detail into
many phases will uncover much,
no doubt .... King only hopes
that this survey will be differ-
ent from others in the vicinity
... that this time some action will
result from the information and
statistics gathered.
standard* will be maintained
by all and actions distasteful
will not occur.
Funeral parlor and its com-
mercial aspect seems to shine
brightly on the dark horizon
as Gordon's remodels. Palmer
prepares for opening and River-
side expected to open on this
side of the causeway shortly
. King feels sure despite
the keen competition ethical
Merchants on the beach as
well as many in town heaved a
sigh of relief when the announce-
ment was made that the opening
of army post exchanges would be
temporarily dropped .good au-
thority has it that the merchants
themselves will decide finally
. depending on their not taking
advantage of anybody or any-
thing.
This week announcement of
Major Stone called to active
duty was made Shortly two
more of our very prominent
brethren will depart from our
midst for the duration.
Phone 2-4735Nite Phone 3-5117
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FOR
COUNTY
COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT NO. 3
"THANKS NEIGHBOR"
Your loyal support has made it
a pleasure to serve Dade Coun-
ty as ONE of your FULL TIME
County Commissioners.
If re-elected I renew my pledge
that I will exert my every ef-
fort to further develop the re-
sources of Dade County and to
Conserve its wealth towards a
progressive, business-like ad-
ministration. There is no sub-
stitute for experience.
Subject to Democratic Primary
May 5th
Pftid Political Adv.
.
ELtCT TO
State Legislature
GROUP NO. 3
Last Tuesday was a busy day
and a good example of the mani-
fold constructive activities of the
B nai B'rith. Early in the day at
a luncheon held at the Seven Seas
Restaurant, your board members
met with representatives of all
11 Draft Boards and presented
each board with a beautiful new
flag. Brother Harry Simonhoff
made the presentation address
and the listeners reported that it
was one of the finest patriotic
deliveries that they had ever
heard. Brother Simonhoff's talk
was well presented and his sub-
ject matter most timely.
Brother Nat Roth, who is a
member of Draft Board No. 3,
acted as toastmaster for the oc-
casion; also present with Miss
Jennie Rotfort, representing the
Ladies Auxiliary, and Brother
President Burnett Roth. Certain-
ly it was a most impressive event
and every one present seriously
understood the significance of the
occasion.
Later at the men's stag smok-
er of Sholem Lodge held at Mahi
Shrine Hall on the Boulevard, 300
members sat back, relaxed and
spent a most enjoyable evening.
This affair was highlighted by the
most interesting talk of Colonel
Charles Mettler of the U. S. Ar-
my, who represented Brigadier
General Wooten, in command of
the Miami Beach Officers School.
Colonel Mettler's address cov-
ered the U. S. Army situation on
Miami Beach thoroughly and of
course it was a relief to learn
that the rumors regarding the
Beach situation were not true. At
the present the Army does not
plan to take over all of the ho-
tels but only those necessary for
the care of the men stationed
there. Of course this situation
can change any moment depend-
ing upon war conditions.
Colonel Mettler further urged
that the Miami Beach merchants
cooperate with the Army by fig-
uring their prices on an adjusted
year round basis and not on a
winter tourist season basis. So
far General Wooten is pleased
with the cooperation of the local
people in their relationship with
the Army on all business matters.
Following the Colonel's speech
we were entertained with several
featured night club acts from the
Nut Club, Beachcomber Club,
Pago Pago Room and Zissen's
Bowery. Refreshments appeal-
ing to the gourmet were served.
A good deal ol credit should go
to Brother Al Pallot, who was
chairman of the affair, and who
conducted it in a most satisfac-
tory manner; to Brothers Milton
Friedman, Barney Spector and
Fred Shochet for their splendid
efforts in making the affair a
success.
While the men were busy hav-
ing a "helluva" good time, the
girls were likewise having their
own little hen party at Temple
Israel.
Remember. "If you cannot fight
the enemy with arms, then fight
him with bonds. Buy Bonds to- j
day."
LEWIS C. WAGNER
Lewis C. Wagner, sucessful
electrical contractor in Dade
county for 12 years, announced
his candidacy for the county com-
mission in District No. 2, offer-
ing his services on the basis that
he will work in close harmony
with other commissioners.
Wagner says he is strongly in
favor of the county commission
appointing a committee to get to
work and travel through the
North trying to bring industries
and factories here, even if the
county has to donate the property
to do so.
"There's plenty of skilled la-
bor available here," he pointed
out.
N. P. (NEIGHBOR) LOWREY
"Your loyal support has made
it a pleasure to serve Dade coun-
ty as one of your full time
County Commissioners," N. P
(Neighbor) Lowrey, candidate for
re-election stated.
"May this pleasure still be mine
to represent the People of Dade
county from District 3, in a coun-
ty-wide vote for the first time.
If re-elected I renew my pledge
that I will exert my every effort
10 further develop the resources
of Dade county and to conserve
its wealth towards a progressive,
business-like adminis t r a t i o n .
There is no substitute for ex-
perience." Lowrey was instru-
mental in the formation of the
Jewish War Veterans Post here.
ED HAMILTON
The vigorous young candidate
from the Fourth Congressional
District took to the stump in be-
half of his candidacy, making four
speeches in Palm Beach county.
Mr. Hamilton is making firey
campaign talks and is well-known
for his enthusiasm and vitality
Mr. Hamilton stated: "I guar-
antee to work unceasingly to
immediately make all the coun-
ties in the Fourth Congressional
District real defense area. This
part of Florida is more vul-
nerable to attack, probably more
so than any other section of the
entire Atlantic Seaboard, from
Maine to Key West. When this
area is made a real defense area
there will be safety for our homes
and factories, more work for our
workers, more industry to utilize
our factories and because of pri-
orities on materials as such an
area there will be more business
for the business man and un-
qualified aid to our war efforts
by our people. Idle facilities will
then be active facilities."
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, pioneer
of West Palm Beach, stated, "I
have known Ed Hamilton for the
last seventeen years and I heart-
ily endorse his candidacy."
GEORGE A. WORLEY
George A. Worley, state attor-
ney of the eleventh judicial cir-
cuit of Florida comprising Dade
and Monroe counties, has been a
resident of Miami since 1897. He
is seeking reelection in the pri-
mary and points to his record in
office as qualification for the
voters support.
Since being State Attorney,
Worley to date, has prosecuted
^l / murder cases, securing 921
convictions, 25 acquittals; one I
kidnapping case one conviction;
ten rape cases, six convictions,
four acquitals. In addition, dur-
ing his administration, the Sup-
reme Court has reversed but two
of his murder convictions. In
Monroe county, Worley, prose-
cuted and convicted one murder
case. During this campaign he
was sent by the Governor, to
Hillsboro County, where he
doubled that record with two
murder cases and two convic-
tions. In all, a total of 117 mur-
der prosecutions netted 92 con-
victions for the present State
Attorney Worley. "A record of
which law abiding citizens should
not only be proud, but thank
their lucky stars that these cri-
minals are safely lodged behind
barsor dead!" his supporters
state.
"In addition to prosecution of
Capital cases, during Worley's
administration as State Attorney,
he has participated in 61 pro-
ceedings for the validation of
bonds for counties, cities and
various Road, School and Bridge
Boards, handling 219 appeals from
inferior courts as well as attend-
ing 506 Habeas Corpus hearings,
489 inquests, and preliminary
hearings. In all this, Worley has
been busy obtaining judgments
and actually has collected $65,-
117.32, with other judgments net-
ting $91,554.73."
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT
APPRECIATED
RE-ELECT TO
Congress
Pat Cannon
One Good Term Deserves
Another
There is no Substitute for
Experience
Paid Political Adv.
Do your part for the armed
might of your country, buy De-
fense Bonds and Stamps.
FRANK B.
DOW LING
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(Paid Political Adv. by Friends)
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MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 24. 1942
COUGHLANITES ARE MADE OF? I ti^f^SfSSS5
iO the future seem particularly brigh
paqanda which the Coughlin tabloid disemin- moment. Jews, as regards outstanding lead-
This w__
siWS??iJaKessps i-^^^n^a-et??
paganda which the Coughlin tabloid disemin- : moment, Jews, as regards ^andmqje
am it is amply supplied in the types of re- i ers, are playing no very vital part save
acUons TorSmingfrom its readers to the ; Russia. You find them in masses in the armies
----------; and in the concentration camps, but you nave
countless publications urging its suppression.
The Hour, the country's most fearless and
hard-hitting anti-Fascist weekly, reported
letters from Coughlinites throughout the coun-
try threatened the weekly with violence, assas-
sination and whatnot il it did not cease its
campaign against Social Justice.
Newspaper dealers selling PM, which_ re-
cently denounced Coughlin and his "rag" in
powerful terms, were similarly threatened by
strange hoodlums if they continued to sell PM.
The letters and threats were mainly anony-
mous though the authors admitted their alleg-
iance to Coughlin. The threats were couched
in the same foul-mouthed baseless and inde-
cent terms which is such an integral part of
Social Justice's style.
Yet, they were indicative and a direct re-
sult of the rising tide of indignation in this
country against Coughlin and his mouthpiece.
They are blustering attempts to stem that tide
which may soon result in the suspension of the
paper. Their threats resemble most strongly
the loudmouthed talk of the bully himself j
with his back to the wall who tries to hide his
fear beneath loud noises- And they are un-
doubtedly the loud noises which yellow bellies
make just before they holler quits.
Let us hope that the action of the Attorney
General in banning it from the mails is the
iirst step towards extinction..
OR. WEIZMANN'S ARRIVAL
Dr. Weizmann has at last arrived here.
Twenty or so years ago, in the first World
War, Dr. Weizmann paid his first visit here
He was probably much happier then than he
is today. He was high in the counsels of the
men like Balfour who were conducting the
war operations. He had made a signal scien-
tific contribution towards winning the war and
it was through him, to a considerable extent,
that the grant of the Jewish National Home in
Palestine was made.
Now, a generation later, he comes back
again. He is an older man. The pride of his
life, his brilliant son has been killed while serv-
ing with the Royal Air Force. He knows that
any day the Nazis may attack Palestine and,
in their ruthless way, trample and ruthlessly
destroy all that the Jews have accomplished
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
o Monashes, no Sonines, no Lord Readings.
It is for this reason that Dr. Weizmann refuses
to give up the idea of a Jewish army for Pal-
estine and his visit to America, he explains,
is in connection with that plan.
Dr. Weizmann knows that force is about the
only thing now that is respected. Even an army
of 59,999 today in Palestine would command
respect There probably are now in the allied
armies fighting Hitler, several million Jews but
they do not count as regards the specific Jewish
question. Dr. Weizmann comes at a time when
America is troubled by her own problems,
when we are fighting as President Roosevelt
says "a war of survival," and he is probably
not deceiving himself with excessive hopes.
LOYALTY OVER LANGUAGE
The report that the Government is planning
restrictions on foreign-language publications
has evoked some little discussion. Of the 1,600
publications there are said to be some 400 ap-
pearing in the German, Japanese and Italian
languages. The report added that some of-
ficials are considering the banning of all pub-
lications printed in these enemy languages.
The reason for such action would be to do
away with the difficulties of translating and
checking this large amount of material. But
it hardly seems fair to take away the
right of expression from people because their
language is alien. We all know that many of
these papers printed in the language of the
enemy is doing a great and loyal job for
America-
The Aufbau in New York, printed in Ger-
man for German refugees, is as anti-Axis and
pro-American as the most patriotic English-
language newspaper. It seems near-sighted
to set language above loyalty. And as the
New York Times added in an editorial this
week, there are dozens of papers printed in
English which are openly flirting with sedition.
From the recent studies of William Dudley
Pelley's newspaper and Coughlin's sheet, one
could go further and say there are many Eng-
lish-language papers which are openly sedi-
tious. Why then prohibit the right of expres-
sion on the basis of language?
L
OF
New York (WNS)In the
opening address before the an-
nual conference of the Jewish
Welfare Board, this year marking
its 25th anniversary, which
opened here at the Hotel Commo-
dore, Frank Weil, president, out-
lined three major objectives for
which he urged all individuals
and organizations "to submerge
their special interests for the
general good."
Asserting that "the experience
which the Jewish Welfare Board
has had during the 25 years of
its existence shows that coopera-
tion among different groups is
never difficult to attain when an
important cause is envolved,"
Mr. Weil pointed to the three ob-
jectives as service in the war,
preservation of values during the
war and "the kind of peace we
want."
In his address, Mr. Weil spoke
of the problems which concern
the Jewish community centers
and enumerated the following
four major problems: I. The role
of the Jewish Center in the war
efforts of the Nation. 2. The
effect of the war on Jewish com-
munity life in America. 3. The
relation of the Army and Navy
program of the Jewish Welfare
Board to Jewish community or-
ganizations. 4. The effect of the
war on the Jewish center.
Secretary of the Treasurery.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., speaking
on a special broadcast dramatiz-
ing the Board's 25 year period of
service, declared that the Board
and other USO agencies "deserve
every bit of support and encou-
ragement that we can give. We
cannot go to the camps and
battle stations to lighten the load
of the men in uniform; we can,
however, be thankful to the ser-
vice organizations which have
taken that job on our behalf.
They are developing the qualities
of heart and mind that have al-
ways marked American fighting
men. They are helping to build
an army and navy of free men
that will fight, outlast and des-
troy all the drilled and regi-
mented armies of our enemies."
Among other speakers who ad-
dressed the conference were
Judge Irving Lehman, honorary
president of the JWB; Joseph Ro-
senzweig. secretary; Professor
William Yandel Elliot and Rabbi
Milton Steinberg
JEWS DIE DAILY IN GHETTO;
2 00,0 00 DEATHS IN 1941
Stockholm (WNS)An average
of 800 Jews die every day in the
overcrowded, unsanitary ghetto
in Warsaw, it was reported here
this week by the Polish Tele-
graphich Agency, which esti-
mated that more than 200.000
Jews in the Warsaw ghetto had
died in 1941.
The appalling death rate in the
Jewish ghetto was attributed to
the fact that Jews are unable to
secure food. Food rations for
Jews are roughly about one-third
of that for Germans and about
one-half of that for Poles. Fre-
quently, however, no food is
shipped into the ghetto and Jews
are unable to purchase even the
small amount of food that they
are legally allowed to buy.
It is reported from Ankara, Tur-
Key, that thousands of Greek chil-
dren have been transferred to
Faleestine and Egypt bv the In-
ternational Red C7o.
MUdfy emvfldetvUcd
___________________By PHTNEAS J. BIRON--------------------------,
LOOK HERE
Now that "Social Justice" has been banned from the U. S.
mails, thanks largely to the efforts of New York's newspaper
PM, we hope that the authorities will crack down on its direct
sales also, and get it completely out of the way Incidentally,
Life magazine a couple of weeks ago published an excellent
survey of the malodorous field of hate-spreading, prejudice-
mongering, Hitler-boosting sheets that at this writing are still
putting in their dirty work ... We hope youand the Depart-
ment of Justicedidn't miss it. Look who's finding fault
with the Nazis now It's none other than our old-time enemy
Gabby Goebbels, who's being quoted as deploring the Ger-
mans' "lack of ability for quick original improvisation" ... But
don't think the little clubfoot himself is stumped by the rising
tide of despair that is overcoming the common people of Ger-
many as Hitler's famous Russian campaign drags on and on.
He can't give 'em bread, but he's preparing a fine circus for
'em, to take their minds off their troubles Said circus will
take the form of what the Nazis call a "trial," with Herschel
Grynszpan as "he who gets slapped"
SERVICE FOR SERVICE MEN
Al Jolson may be unacceptable for military servicehe's
way over fiftybut he's doing his bit for the boys in uniform.
After appearing at the mammoth San Francisco Navy Relief
show he's going to tour army camps in Alaska and the Hawaiin
Islands Congratulations to Sidney Kornheiser of Famous
Music Corporation on his appointment as music coordinator for
the USO camp shows Good for Maurice Wurzel, president
of Loft's, the candy firm, who has been supplying the Stage
Door Canteen for service men with chunks of the sweet stuff.
Ezekiel Rabinowitz, head of the Audio-Scriptions, invites uni-
formed members of Uncle Sam's armed forces to have their
voices recorded free of charge, their messages to be preserved
and ultimately turned over to the contemplated National Hall of
Voices Any soldiers, sailors and marines who are in New
York and have a three-minute message they want preserved
for posterity shouldn't hesitate to make an appointment with
Mr. Rabinowitz.
JEWISH NEWS
Jewish Agency president Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who finally
has arrived in this country, will soon establish headquarters in
Washington ... It seems that some of the topnotch chemists
engaged in the U. S. war effort are very eager to get his profes-
sional advice An interesting idea has been put into opera-
tion by the Easton, Pa., chapter of Aleph Zadik Aleph These
Junior B'nai B'rith boys have organized a committee of "Minyan
Men," the members of which are on constant call for service
when a minyan is lacking for Kaddish Miriam Hayman,
who was directing Jewish Army Committee activities on the
West Coast, will soon become Mrs. Bob Fineman The groom-
to-be, who is a film producer, is a brother-in-law of John Gun-
ther The Committee for a Jewish Army, by the way, has
taken over a house as its base of operations in Washington..
The testimonial dinner which this Committee is giving to Pierre
van Paassenwho, among other things, is its national chair-
manon May 3rd is developing into a most impressive gath-
ering One of the speakers will be Selective Service head,
Brigadier General Lewis B. Hershey.
BROADWAY BROADCAST
Our own Rome-Berlin axis is going strong Irving Berlin is
reviving his "Yip Yip Yapank" of the first world war for the
army, and Harold Rome has written a new songabout quad-
ruplets named Franklin D., Winston C, Joseph V- and Victory
Jones Luise Rainer, whose appearance in Sir James Barries
"A Kiss for Cinderella" is a two-fold comebackmarking her
return to Broadway and the revival of that play of the first
world warwas hostess to a large group of blind theatregoers
the other matinee ... As is more or less inevitable when a girl
has everythinga marvelous voice, a delightful personality
and unusual talent and beautyDinah Shore, the Tennessee
thrush, is well on her way to Hollywood-
ABOUT PEOPLE
Bernard M. Baruch, World War I prototype of the current
conflict's Donald Nelson, may yet become a member of the
War Production Board ... If Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff really
writes her autobiographyand no doubt she will, for she has
promised publisher Bennett Cerf to do itit'll make most fas-
cinating reading Our slightly belated congratulations to
Charlie Chaplin, who turned fifty-three last week R""101
has it that Henry Lustig of the Longchamps restaurant chain
is going to take over Manhattan's Ritz-Carlton Hotel Pura"-{
on the ritz, eh? Now that Hedy Lamarr is about to marry
cowboy star George Montgomery, the columnists are discover-
ing that she has all sorts of traits that will make her the W*
wife Thus we learn that the glamorous Hedy knows all u
finer points of housekeeping, that she mixes her own perfumes,
that she is perfectly happy with only one hat to her name, ana.
best o all, that she can get completely dressed in five minutes.
Al Sabath, owner of 1941's wonder-horse, Alsabwhich, M
ever, hasn't been doing so well this seasoninsists that rus
namesake will win the Kentucky Derby nevertheless and n'
withstanding.
_ M WEEKLY GIGGLE ._.
To Harry Hershfield we are indebted for this incident oca
the career of Junior Mussolini ... It seems Benito had g"
over to Libya to visit his troops, and had somehow manage
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FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1942
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avanua Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1538 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
-JewisiiRbnkMton
PAGE FIVE
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 A.M.
Oneg Shabbat-----------._ 8 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening at eight
o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will
preach on the subject, "Jewish
Youth Faces the Crisis." This
will be designated as Young Ju-
daea Night and Harold Herman,
president, and other officers of
the Youth of Zion, the Young Ju-
daea club, will participate in the
services. Cantor Josef S. Leng-
yel will officate and direct the
Jewish Center Choir, assisted by
Miss Edith Freeman. On Satur-
day morning at 10 o'clock Dr.
Bension will preach on the Scrip-
tural Lesson and the bar mitzvah
of Robert Levidow will be cele-
brated. At 6 o'clock Dr. Ben-
sion will teach the Ethics of the
Fathers and at 7 p. m. the Oneg
Sabbath will be observed. Daily
services are now held at 8 a. m.
and at 7:30 p. m.
Sisterhood Elections Held
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center held its an-
nual election last Tuesday night
at the Center Auditorium and
elected the following officers to
serve during the ensuing term:
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, honorary
president and chaplain; Mrs. Isi-
dor Newman, president; Mrs.
Sarah Berman, vice president;
Mrs. Kolman Luria, vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Ben Marbach, vice
president; Mrs. Samuel Oka,
treasurer; Mrs. John Freeman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Al
Richardson, recording secretary;
Miss Mae Sussman, financial sec-
retary.
Patriotic Activities
Patriotic activities are being
pushed with zeal and whim at
the Center. The chief feature is
the recreation center for the men
in armed forces sponsored by the
Center and its affiliated organi-
zations. Last Saturday night al-
most 300 soldiers signed thejjleit
book at the weekly, compliment-
ary dance. Mrs. Ben Marbach
hostess, was assisted by Mrs. Ger-
trude Gross, representing the
Center Social League were in
charge of all arrangements. The
Center has also furnished a social
room and patio for evening use,
daily for the soldiers, as a read-
ing, lounging and music room A
ping pong table, a radio, a vic-
trola, hundreds of records, a
book shelf and many other gifts
have been made by the Grossing-
er Hotel, Mrs. Ben Marbach, Dr
and Mrs. Wm. Bernstein, Mrs
Doctorow, Mrs. A. Edeson and
others. The hostesses thus far
for the recreation center were
Mrs. Miriam Sirkin, Mrs. Helen
Schoenfeld, and Mrs. Wm Bern-
stein. Mrs. Esther Levy is con-
tinuing her Red Cross sewing and
knitting activities on Tuesday
and Thursdays, and a bond pur-
chase pledge campaign is on this
week at the Center office. Maga-
zines, books, victrola records,
book shelves and similar gifts
will be welcome.
School Notes
The exact date for the confir-
mation exercises and also another
date for promotion ceremonies
will be announced in the very
near future. We welcome two
new teachers to our staff, Miss
Zina Grand and Miss Irene Fox.
Torah scrolls were awarded to
the following children: Ethel
Barron, Rachel Habib. Addition-
al awards will be made next
week.
Sisterhood Social Next Tuesday
The Sisterhood will hold an
interesting social meeting this
coming Tuesday night to which
all members of the community
are cordially invited. This will
also serve as an introduction oc-
casion for the new administra-
tion.
Annual Dance
The annual dance of the Cen-
ter and its affiliated organiza-
tions will take place definitely on
Sunday evening, May 24th at the
American Legion Hall on Alton
Road. A very fine orchestra will
provide the music for the event
and a variety of elaborate feat-
ures will be presented, includ-
ing a popularity contest and a
series of entertaining numbers.
Participating in this closing so-
cial event of the Center season
under the general chairmanship
of Leo Robinson are the Center,
the Sisterhood, the Center Social
League, the Men's Club, and the
Senior League. *
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. 21et Terrace
rfijGVST BROS. rJ^
kf" IS the BEST'
BOB TAYLOR
YOUR COUNTY SOLICITOR
will be in your neighborhood dur-
ing this campaign, and hopes to
talk to each of you. If time does
not permit his seeing you per-
sonally. Bob wants you to know
he appreciates your support, past
and future.
RE-ELECT
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
(This adv. paid for by "Taylor for Solicitor Committee,"
Q. I-. Graw, chairman
For Representative
JOSEPH B. COZATT
Group 3
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Your Confidence
a.
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Synagogue Services
7 and 8:30 a. m.; 7:30 and 8 p.
m., daily; 7 and 9 a. m., 7:30 and
8:15 p. m., Saturday; Shalosh
Soodoss Saturday at 7:40 p. m.
Rabbi Meschcloff will speak on
the Portion of the Week.
Bar Mitzvas
Three boys will celebrate their
becoming bar mitzva during the
services this Saturday morning.
Sheldon Appel, Charles Naness
and Teddy Woolfe will each re-
cite the prophetic portion and
deliver a short bar mitva speech.
Rabbi Mescheloff will instruct
the boys after their talks. Cantor
Mamches will chant the services.
Refreshments will be served af-
ter the services by the parents of
the bar mitzva boys.
Youth Services
Our Junior Congregational ser-
vices are held each Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock in our Com-
munity Building. We urge par-
ents to send their boys and girls
to join our other youngsters. Our
Minnionaire services are held on
Sunday mornings at 9. All boys
13 and over of age are invited
to attend and join in the Sister-
hood communal breakfast.
"In times of crises learn to
turn to prayer."
Religious School
Plans for our Lag B'Omer
school outing are being complet-
ed. All boys and girls attending
our daily and Sunday morning
classes are invited. They will
be taken by chartered bus to and
from the Matheson Hammock
park under the direction of our
teachers.
Refreshments will be served
by our Parent Teachers' Associa-
tion. Our athletic committee of
our faculty has arranged for a
very enjoyable program of con-
tests. Awards and prizes will be
distributed. Children are to meet
at the Talmud Torah building on
Tuesday, May 5th at 3:30 p. m.
They will return at 7:30 p. m.
Taking part in last Sunday's
school program were: Dorothy
Feit, Franklin Schoenbaum, Mar-
vin Godman. Rose Anne Glass-
berg, Stephen Gross, Anna Miller,
Marsha Bender, Frances Lococo,
Gladys Gewirtz and Marlene
Saal.
Final examinations will be giv-
en in all classes Sunday morn-
ing. May 12th.
Graduation Exercises
The annual graduation exer-
cises of our Religious school will
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take place Sunday night, May 17
at 8 o'clock. A dignified and ap-
propriate program is being ar-
ranged. Awards and honors as
well as diplomas will be distrib-
uted.
Children leaving for the north
are asked to apply for transcripts
of their records at our office.
In Defense of Country
Our rabbi made an appeal for
the purchase of Defense Bonds
last Saturday morning. The re-
sult was some $7,250 in Bonds
was pledged, most of which has
already been purchased in the
name of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi.
Defense stamps and bonds can
be bought any week day through
our office in the Beth Jacob Com-
munity Building.
The newly published "Prayer
for God and Country," prepared
and adopted by the Rabbinical
Council of America, is recited b"
our rabbi at every Sabbath morn-
ing service in our synagogue.
Habanoth
The Victory Chapter of the Mi-
ami Beach Habanoth will enjoy
a picnic Sunday, May 24th at
Matheson Hammock. A commit-
tee is making the arrangements.
The next meeting of this chapter
will be held at the home of our
rabbi Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
Young Judeans
Our chapter plans to join with
the others in the Greater Miami
Young Judean Rally to be held
Sunday, May 4th. Mrs. Anne
Slotssky is director.
The Young Judea Council met
at the home of our rabbi early this
week for the arrangements of the
final details of this affair.
Sisterhood Affair
Despite the rain sr fair turnout
helped raise funds for the Amer-
ican Red Cross and towards the
painting of our Community
Building Auditorium, at the Sis-
terhood affair held at the London
Arms Hotel last Friday. We
thank all who attended and who
served on committees.
Mizrachi
The arrangements committee
for the annual Lag B"Omcr pic-
nic met this week and will meet
again next Monday at 5 p. m. to
make the final arrangements for
transportation facilities, meals
and program.
Scoutss
Mrs. Decky reports great
strides on the part of our Scout
troop. The troop is overfilled
with members. Congratulations.
Women's Home Defense
Mrs. Frances Loeb, president,
reported at the regular meeting
Wednesday that the organization
had sent twenty five dollars to
the Palestine Mogen David (Red
Cross). They are active in de-
fense projects.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
B90 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon---------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha----------------------5:30 p. m.
Maariv ______6:00 p. m.
Saturday..
9:00 a. m.
"STAY THRU MAY"
L. MURRAY DIXON
ARCHITECT
1630 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Sunday School
Final examinations in all the
Sunday School classes will be
held this coming Sunday. Par-
ents who wish their children to
be advanced to higher grades
next year, are urged to see to it
that their children attend the ex-
aminations.
Talmud Torah
Classes will be held continuous-
ly throughout the summer months
as in the past and parents are
asked to register their children
for the summer session.
Congregational Meeting
In line with the custom of
having monthly congregational
meetings, the board of directors
of the congregation met with the
membership last Tuesday night,
under the presidency of Max
Rifas. Policy and plans for the
coming summer months were dis-
cussed.
Mazel Tov
The rabbi and officers of the
congregation take this means of
congratulating Corporal Allan
Miller and Miss Anne Melamed
upon their recent marriage which
took place in the home of our
dear friends, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Block. The beautiful candlelight
ceremony was conducted in the
presence of many friends by our
rabbi, with Rev. Abraham Gluck
assisting.
Sincere and hearty congratu-
lations are extended to Mr. and
Mrs. Leo Meislik, whose marriage
was solemnized in our synagogue
on Rosh Hodesh last.
We extend felicitations to Ser-
geant and Mrs. Maxwell E. Ber-
man who were married by Rabbi
Kellner recently.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
grief the passing of Mrs. Ruth
Gross and extend.to her sorrow-
ing family our sincere condol-
ences. May they be consoled
amidst the mourners of Zion and
Jerusalem.
SEASON'S BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY PATRONS
BONITA FRUIT PRESERVING CO.
5420 N. Miami AvenuePhone 7-4844
We desire to meet again our many thousands of Jewish
friends who visited us at Bonita Groves. In the grove sur-
rounding the factory we have 144 species of tropical trees
bearing edible fruit, many hailing from Palestine. We shall
be glad to see you.
ELECT
YOUR FRIEND
GEORGE S. OKELL
STATE LEGISLATURE
GROUP THREE
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FRIDAY. APRH 24, 19_>
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, Csntor
1134 8. 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.
Sunday School Calendar
Final examinations of all
classes of Sunday school will take
place Sunday morning, May 3rd.
On May 10th a "Mother's Day
program will be presented by
students of the Sunday school.
Closing exercises and prize
awards will be held 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.
Bar Mitzvahs
During the early services last
Thursday morning. Harvey, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Edel-
stein, became bar mitzvah. This
Saturday morning at 9:30. Wal-
ter, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Traurig. will become bar
mitzvah. He will recite the
"Maftir" and greet the worship-
ers. A cordial invitation is ex-
tended to worshipers and friends
to attend the reception which
will follow in the auditorium im-
mediately after the benediction.
Junior Congregational services
will be conducted Saturday morn-
ing at 10:30 o'clock.
Sisterhood Installation
The installation of officers of
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held Wednesday, May 29th .at
the Beth David auditorium. Mrs.
Isador Fine, president, will an-
nounce her committee and full
details in next week's issue.
Mazel lot
The officers and members of
Beth David congregation and
Sisterhood extend their greetings
to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Kronenfeld
at the birth of their granddaugh-
ter, born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Simon. May the Almighty grant
them "Nachas."
Nochum Avelium
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mrs. M. Bassush at the
loss of her beloved husband, and
a member of the Beth David con-
gregation. May his soul be bound
up in the bond of eternal life.
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Collins Avenue and Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Services at Congregation Shaa-
ray Tefila. 230 Lincoln Road, are
scheduled Friday at 7:15 p. m.,
Saturday at 9 a. m. and 6 p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
spiirtual leader of the congrega-
tion, will speak during the morn-
ing services on the subject of
"The Living Law" and in the
afternoon on "Jewish Ethics."
Shalos Soodas will be at 7:30
p. m.
Daily morning services are at
I 8 o'clock and evening services at
: 7:15.
The group studying the Biblic-
I al Portion of the week meets
1 Saturday at 5 p. m.
The Bible class meets daily
at 5 p. m.
The Ein-Yakov group meets
! Sundav. Monday and Tuesday at
i 7:30 p. m.
The group studying Jewish
' Laws and Customs meets Wed-
1 nesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
All are welcome to come.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
$996 Indian Creek Drive-S-lZfa
Miami Beach
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaOorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone $-1738
Louis F.Maire
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Laudcrdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1411
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m. Sermon: "A Restricted
Community." Religious School
Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club
11:30 a. m.
Sisterhood sponsored benefit
social for men and women Mon-
day at 8 p. m.
Sewing for the American Red
Cross, British War Relief Society.
Bundles for America, etc.. Wed-
nesday from 1 to 5 p. m.
Annual Sisterhood membership
luncheon, Hollywood Beach Ho-
tel. Thursday at 12:30 p. m.
Congregational meeting Thurs-
day at 8 p. m.
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning tne
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to say. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. April 24th at
8:15 o'clock Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will speak on the sub-
ject: "An Added Problem." be-
ing a statement on the contrast
between Reinhold Niebur's arti-
cles on "Jews After the War,"
in the Nation, and the Post's ar-
ticles as represented by Milton
Mayer's "The Case Against the
Jew."
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, April 25th
at 11:00 o'clock, Torah reading,
congregational participation and
interpretation of Biblical portion
by Rabbi Zwitman.
School board and teachers'
meeting on Wednesday evening,
April 29th.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations from
the Temple and all its affiliate
organizations are hereby extend-
ed to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A.
Simon upon the occasion of the
birth of their granddaughter, Pa-
tricia Lee Simon; to Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Gould upon the occasion of
the birth of their daughter, Cathie
Ellen.
Sisterhood Notes
An important Sisterhood board
meeting will be held on Monday,
April 27th at 10:30 a. m. at the
home of Mrs. Harold Spaet, 5435
LaGorce Drive, Miami Beach.
Members of the Sisterhood board
are urged to attend. The annual
Sisterhood installation luncheon
will be an outstanding social
event, featuring an unusual pro-
gram. This luncheon, installing
Sisterhood officers for the coming
year, will be held in Kaplan Hall
Monday, May 4th at 12:30 o'clock
and will be prepared by a Sister-
hood committee headed by Mrs.
Jan K. Jacobs. Program chairman
wM be Mrs. Max Steuer, with
Mrs E. Max Goldstein as toast-
mistress for the occasion, and
Mrs. Edward I. Lovitz as install-
ing officer.
Largest Class to be Confirmed
Twenty-eight boys and girls
of the Religious School will con-
stitute the largest confirmation
classs to be inducted in our Tem-
ple into the faith of Israel on
Shovuoth, May 21st, at 7:30 p.
,. A list of the candidates for
confirmation follows: J. William
Baros, jr., Sylvia Berkman Mar-
iorie Berman, Molly Ann Boyell,
Lois Braz, Bobby Bronner Bart
Leonard Cohen, Ellen Cohen,
Marjorie Freedman, Dorothy
Goldstein, Barara Gordon. Mild-
red Greenberg. Joe Gassenheim-
er Rita Hyman, Patricia Jean
Kovins, Joel Kuperberg, Lenore
Phyllis Levine, Barbara Lewis,
Isadora Margolis, Herbert Neilin-
ger, Elyse Newman, Nathan Rat-
ner, Phyllis Rosenthal, Joanne
Salizman, Joy Simonhoff, Leon-
ard Treister Bert Wohl, Florence
Wohl.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the following
will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Sender Fed-
erbush, father of Mrs. Mortimer
E. Wien; Louis Newland, father
of Mrs. Jules Gilette; Samuel
Merson. husband of Mrs. Bertha
Merson and father of Mrs. Frank
A. Perlman; Joseph Hollender,
father of Dr. A. R. Hollender.
Yahrzeits: Minnie Mendelson,
mother of Roslyn Mendelson, Ja-
cob Plant, father of Morris Plant;
Jennie Martin, sister of Mrs. Ray
Mendelson; Babette Wertheimer,
mother "t A. Wertheimer; Hyman
N. Levy, husband of Mrs. Bertha
B. Levy; Baruch Wolf, father of
Mrs. Clara Hyman; Philip Apple-
baum, father of Irving Apple-
baum; Fruma Freed, mother of
Mrs. Harry Nevins; M. Victor
miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Miller, brother of Harry Miller
and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky.
Floral offering last week was
in memory of Abraham Feldman.
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Phone 4-0316
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FOR
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DISTRICT NO. 2
KNOWS THE COUNTY'S NEEDS
Qualified by Years of Experience as County Commissioner
of District No. 2
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and hurls constant ehart>
against the Administration _E_
tain, Russia, and in general' do*
his best to create national dk
unity. UB"

The Boise Valley Herald an
obstructionist newspaper, contin
ues its poisonous propaganda
against the allied war effort A
recent issue concerns itself with
an attack against conscription
against the restriction of encmv
aliens, and in favor of conscien
tious objectors. There is also a
lead article in the March 19th is
sue written by Vera Flory, vio.
lently protesting the mobiliza-
tion of women. Miss Flory states
that the purpose behind the Ad-
ministration's move is to "en-
hance the power, perpeuate the
tyranny, and glutton with bar-
baric lust the creators of the de-
sign in the name of a Crusade for
freedom." They also have a
provision for impeaching the Pre-
sident and reversing or annulling
any decision of the latter.

A new organization patterned
along fascist lines has come into
existence calling itself "Lease
Lend to America," headed by
Ralph E. Byers and located at 920
N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago.
Their platform asks for a nego-
tiated peace. They intend pub-
lishing a small paper for a sub-
scription of $1.00 per year. Ap-
parently, they are to work closely
with the former Lincoln Park
Chapter of America First.

Joe McWilliams of the Ameri-
can Destiny Party is presently
in Chicago keeping himself very
much in the background. He
has, however, made several ap-
pearances before the various fas-
cist anti-Semitic groups such as
"We, the Mothers" and the "Pat-
rick Henry Forum." At present.
New York authorities are check-
ing into McWilliams' draft status.
So far, no record has been found
of his registration, in which case
McWilliams will find himself
once more involved with the law.

The "Patrick Henry Forum"
which despite its name is a rab-
ble-rousing, bigotted group of un-
Americans holds meetings every
Sunday night at Chicago's Hotel
La Salle. On sale during their
meetings, the following publica-
tions can be purchased: Pelley's
"Galilean." Coughlin's "Social
Justice" and Court Asher's naus-
eating "X-Ray."

William Grace of the "Citizen's
Committee" in Chicago is con-
tinuing to conduct meetings every
Friday night at the Hotel La
Salle. Actually, these meetings
are political rallies on behalf of
all the former arch-isolationists
presently running for re-election.
Congressman Stephen Day, Vie-
reck's friend, is a hero to the "Ci-
tizen's Committee." Although
Day has been dropped from the
regular Republican ticket because
of his Viereck entanglements, the
"Citizen's Committee" still sup-
port him. "Social Justice" con-
tinues to be sold at their meet-
ings._________________
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MIAMI. FLORIDA
RESTORE DIGNITY TO A HIGH
COUNTY OFFICE AND ELECT
Mrs. T. V. Moore
CANDIDATE FOR
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 3
VOTING COUNTY WIDE
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FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1942
+Jewish ncridUan
PAGE SEVEN
POLITICAL BRIEFS
FHANK B. DOWLING
Close co-operation in the state
and national war effort, rigid
economy in government admini-
stration, safeguarding of the
health, education and general
welfare of the children of Flo-
rida are the three main planks of
the platform of Frank B. Dow-
ling. Miami attorney, who is
1
zen and taxpayer who has not
become organized for nefarious
purposes. "We must bo wa
slat^n Wh Says that the Leg-
Hlfih K a Poor-Paying politi-
cal job because it s that same
person who minimizes the
portance of Representation who
most usually has some selfish
interest to protect," he stated
We must not forget that as such
we are guided in our daily life by
ise,Sh.T^Se,rVlcsarolaws-and
is the legislature that passes
taws by whlcn we live. I deplore
the fact that so many good men
are interested only in the city or
county they inhabit. It \1 so
cTh.",re important to gather
at Tallahassee and provide our
constituents with proper legis-
cannot make arrests, must be
impartial as to cases brought be-
fore him. That these cases have
been efficiently handled is shown
by the record of 94% of convic-
tions.
wagering a vigorous campaign
i be fleeted state representative
from ^roup 3 in Dado county.
Mr. Dowling has been a resi-
dent of Dade County for the past
32 years. He was educated in the
Dado county schools and was a
graduate of the Law College of
the University of Florida at the
age of 19, Since March 1st. 1928,
Mr. Dowling has practiced law in
Miami.
SOL D. HOROWITZ
Sol D. Horowitz, a resident of
Dade county for 17 years is a
candidate for the State Legisla-
ture, Group 1, and believes in,
and stands for, the ordinary citi-
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NATIONAL KOSHER
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424 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-8146
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MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
A. W. MILLER
5872 S- W. 4th St. Ph. 4-4292
HUGH (PAT) PETERS
Hugh (Pat) Peters, is seeking
reelection as County Commis-
sioner, District No. 2, based on
nis qualifications by years of
experience as County Commis-
sioner of this district and pointed
put the way his promises have
buCnfuIfllled- showing that, of
the 72 lots desired for new park
north of Baker's Haulover, 64
lots have been acquired and we
are negotiating for remaining
a lots at the present time. Your
new clinic was formally opened
on January 19, 1942, at 2745 N
W. 62nd Street. From that date
to April 1st, the clinic has han-
dled 1.877 patients from North
Dado County, affecting a great
saving in time, mileage and ex-
pense to these people.
C. W. PETERS
'"In all of my Legislative Plat-
form no mention is made of "new
levies" or "new sources of reve-
nue," C. W. Peters, candidate for
Legislature, Group 3, stated. "I
have endeavored to present a pro-
gram of action but not of spend-
ing. I think the peculiar con-
ditions existing at this time de-
mand such a course of legislation.
The State of Florida must prac-
tice strictest economy for the du-
ration of the crisis in which we
find ourselves. We are taxed
to our last dime to meet our part
of the burden of war. Of course,
the public schools must be main-
tained to their maximum effic-
iency, and such sacred charges as
the public health, old age assis-
tance etc., cannot be neglected
in the slightest degree."
PAT CANNON
Rep. Pat Cannon quoted The
Congressional Record Friday to
prove that he has been preparing
America for war since June. 1939.
Oannon is candidate for a third
term as congressman from Flor-
ida s military important fourth
district, stretching along the coast
from Key West to Vero Beach.
Cannon said he had voted June
30, 1939. to amend the neutrality
act to permit aid to Britain and
trance, the shipment of supplies
having been denied them pre-
viously as belligerents. Then,
said Cannon, he voted for the
lend:lease bill and the selective
service act.
As a member of the house naval
affairs committee during his first
term. Cannon supported the "two
for the Young Democratic Clubs J
of the State of Florida and past
President of the Young Demo-
cratic Club of Dade county, and
Past Master Counsellor of De-
molay, is a member of the Moose
and Elks Lodge, Knights of Py-
thias. I. O. O. F., Lions Club and
is a Baptist.
LOUISE F. MAIRE
Louis F. Maire was born at
Sylvan Beach, N. Y., January 24,
1894. He moved to Fort Laudcr-
dale in 1923 from Georgia and
served as Municipal Judge of
Fort Lauderdale from 1924 to
1927, State Attorney and assistant
State Attorney in Broward and
Palm Beach Counties from 1927
to present date and now serving
his fourth term. Included among
the planks of his platform is an
all out, united effort to win the
war as soon as possible, using all
necessary means available, with-
out regard to stepping on the
toes of those with selfish, person-
al interests; unalterable opposi-
tion to pensions or pay increases
for Congressmen or Senators; the
complete separation of the Legis-
lative, Executive and Judicial
branches of the government, as
provided by the United States
Constitution,
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MRS. T. V. MOORE
Mrs. T. V. Moore enters as a
candidate for a Dade county com-
missioner office because she hon-
estly believes that she can ren-
der service to her fellow citizens.
She does not seek the position
for any honor or political power
or prestige. She has served her
fellows and the important po-
sitions she has been entrusted
with in the betterment of civic
welfare." her supporters state,
than qualify her Tor this office.
If elected, Mrs. Moore has pledged
herself to work for the elimina-
tion of all non-essential expendi-
tures, to promote unity of pur-
pose and effort among all the
commissioners, to represent Dade
county in a business like manner
and restore the dignity to this
high office which it merits, to
serve to the best of her ability
every day of the week.
ROBERT R. TAYLOR
"I am running on my record as
County solicitor, and my bid for
your vote and support on May
5th is based on that record,"
County Solicitor Robert R. Tay-
lor told a Dade county audience
Tuesday night. "In the heat of a
campaign, many office-seekers
will make charges calculated to
undermine confidence in the in-
cumbent. They know these state-
ments are not true, but hope to
gain votes by their tactics. My
record is an open book, and I am
proud I can tell you that my
record of convictions is the high-
est in Florida, despite the fact
that I have never been a prose-
cutor, I believe it is my duty to
relieve the innocent of the shame
and expense of a trial, if the
evidence is not sufficient."
To those citizens who are not
fully aware of the duties of the
county solicitor. Mr. Taylor is-
sued a cordial invitation to visit
his office in the court house, so
that they may have an opportun-
ity to see the efficient manner in
which thousands of cases are dis-
posed of annually. The county
solicitor's duties differ from those
of any other county official. He
ocean navy program which
brought about the creation of nu-
merous air and other naval bases
throughout the country and par-
ticularly in the fourth congres-
sional district.
So that he might more effectiv-
ely support legislation designed
to lift the quota on Florida's su-
gar. Cannon asked for and re-
ceived assignment to the agricul-
tural committee for the present
session. Cannon said he sup-
ported alien registration and anti-
sabotage acts, voted unsuccess-
fully for the fortification of
Guam, and aided in the passage
of measures which brought $15,-
000,000 in housing projects to
his district.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
JOSEPH B. COZATT
Joseph B. Cozatt presents him-
self as a candidate for the Legis-
lature in Group 3. Mr. Cozatt
came to Florida thirty-one years
ago and has resided in and has
been a taxpayer in Dade County
for more than twenty-six years;
has had many years of business
experience and is a practicing
attorney with offices in the du-
Pont Building. He is a member
of the Coral Gables Chamber of
Commerce and is a member and
a director of the Pan American
League. He became a member of
the Biscayne Lodge F. & A. M.
twenty-five years ago. He is al-
so a member of the Scottish Rite
and Mahi Temple Shrine. Mr.
Cozatt is a member and an of-
ficer of the First Christian
Church. He has always been an
active supporter of civic improve-
ments, and about his legislative
race says: "The people of Dade
county are entitled to a strong,
aggressive representative in the
Legislature, one who has no per-
sonal ambitions. I will support
any constructive program if con-
sistent with economy. It should
be remembered that Dade County
is electing directors for a billion
dollar corporation in which every
citizen of the State of Florida has
a vital interest."
GEORGE OKELL
"In submitting to Dade coun-
tians my candidacy for Group 3
of the State Legislature. I know
from many contacts that my
qualifications for this office are
known and that you know that I
will try to give to the people of
Dade County the same earnest,
loyal service as a Legislator that
I gave to every responsibility
that I undertake," George Okell,
candidate stated. Due to the fact
that this is a county-wide race,
as much as I would like to, I am
unable to call on each one of my
friends personally, I am expres-
sing my appreciation and grati-
tude for any advice, support, or
help, that you may give me.
He is National Committeeman
All Ready for Stag Smoker
All is in readiness for the Y
M. H. A. stag smoker on Wednes-
day evening, April 29, at 830
o clock. An extraordinary pro-
gram has been planned by an out-
standing committee headed by
Chairman Nat Blumberg, Al Pal-
lot and and Herman Waitsman.
They are assisted by the entire
board of directors consisting of
Joseph A. Berman, Fred K.
Shochet. Leo Ackerman, Jack
Apte, Dr. Samuel Beckman. Al
Berkowitz, Phil Berkowitz, David
Brown, George Chertkof, Leo
Eisenstein, George Goldberg,
Larry Grossberg, Dr. Harold
Rand, Al Reisman, Leo Robinson,
Frank Rose, Harry Schwartz
Sam Seitlin, Pete Silverman and
A. J. Tobin. The entire member-
ship of the Y. M. H. A. is invited
to attend. Any "Y" member is
privileged to have a prospective
member as his guest.
Bowling News
The new Duckpin Bowling
League is well on its way now
with Marty Milstein heading the
league and closely followed by S.
Weber, M. Cromer, Abe Berko-
witz and George Chertkof. Come
out every Thursday night and
see these champs bowl their best
at the Playdium Bowling Alleys,
3737 S. W. 8th Street.
Diamondball
Regular practice* will be held
Sunday morning at Riverside
Park at 10 o'clock sharp. Old
candidates as well as new are
urged to be present. A practice
game with the Naval Station of
Opa Locka is being arranged.
Manager Frank Rose states that
the League will open probably
I during the first week of May.
Bazaar
! The newest addition to the
j events which will take place at
the annual bazaar being held on
j May 2 and 3 is the engaging of
Sid Lewis and his well known or-
chestra who will play for dancing
on Saturday and Sunday night.
There will be events for men.
women, and children of all ages.
Don't come alone, but bring the
entire family.
News 'Round Town
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y, is expected
back today after his very short
trip to New York where he at-
tended the 25th annual meeting
of the Jewish Welfare Board. Mr.
Grossman was certainly missed
around the "Y" and everyone is
very anxious to hear his reports
on the convention.
Mazel Tov to Dr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel Beckman upon the birth of a
son.
Congrats to the board of direct-
ors of the Y. M. H. A. for engag-
ing Dr. I. H. Schwartz as athletic
director of the Y.
One of the many activities the
Miami A. Z. A., Junior Order of
B'nai Brith' has been active in
is the work being done by the
Anti-Defamation League, under
the supervision of William I. Box-
erman.
The Dade County Blood Bank
was "flooded" with blood donors
Thursday when 15 members of
the Miami Chapter went en
masse to donate their blood.
On May 9 a dance sponsored
by the Miami A. Z. A. will be
held for service men at the Y. M.
H. A. under the direction of the
USO.
April 12, a stag smoker at which
eight pledges were given their
formal initiation into the chapter
was held. The new member.,
are: Bob Shandloff, Milton Tor-
cm. Dave Seitlin. Walter Rawl-
son, Hershel Leschel. Andrew
Roth. Jerry Braz. Howard Moss.
Of these. Roth's name was in-
cluded in the rituals although he
has just been called to the navy
and could not be present, mak-
ing the fourth member of the
chapter to enter the armed ser-
vice.
HARRY SCHWARTZ
General chairman of the Y. M.
H. A.'s 9th annual Bazaar and
Dance to be held Saturday night.
May 2nd and all day Sunday,
May 3rd at the "Y" clubrooms,
1567 S. W. 5th Street. Miami. "A
gala week-end of festivities has
been planned so that all age
groups will find plenty of enter-
tainment." Mr. Schwartz stated.
Barney Cohen
Candidate for Congressman at
Large in the coming election,
pledges in his platform to work
for speedy, victorious prosecution
of war; outlaw by legislation
strikes and lockouts in war in-
dustries, transportation and com-
munication, for the duration;
economy in administration; mo-
bilization of all resources for the
war effort and extermination for
all fifth column activities.
He is well-known for his ac-
tivities in stat young democratic
circles, in which organization he
was a director of the Orange
county group from the time of its
organization some ten years ago
until 1940.
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+JewistncrldHan
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
ADL Conferences
Endeavoring to stimulate still
greater activity among ADL key-
men throughout the state and si-
multaneously acquaint Florida
Jewry with the current scene, we
have just wound up a series of
eight conferences throughout the
state.
From them, it is hoped that at-
tendants carried away a fuller
comprehension of the over-all
dangers to American democracy
and the steps being taken to com-
bat the Trojan Horse activities ot
Nazi propagandists.
Such conferences play an im-
portant part in internal educa-
tion With most of their time
consumed by the everyday prob-
lem of providing for the welfare
and education of their families,,
the majority of Jewish men and
women find themselves unable to
keep up with the ever-increasing
Nazi trickery here designed to
set group against group and im-
pede our war effort.
Every Nazi Propagandist
Every Nazi is a propagandist.
Every American must learn to
recognize that Every Jew and
every Christian should be ready
to scotch their propaganda.
First of all, when you hear any
questionable talk, ask your in-
formant where he got the infor-
mation ... In practically every
instance he will have no authori-
tative source ... He will be re-
peating something he heard
somewhere Where it started,
he will not know But if it
will make Hitler happy, you can
be pretty certain of its origin .
In no instance should you repeat
it.
Smoke and Fire
Don't consider any manifesta-
tion of anti-Semitism too unim-
portant, especially if it is a stick-
er, circular or pamphlet An-
ti-Semitism was the red herring
Ask Your Friends And
Neighbors to Vote For .
SOLD. HOROWI"
Group 1 -- Legislature
which the Nazis used to hide their
own imperialistic program and
divert attention from their gigan-
tic rearmament program An-
ti-Semitism is being used by Hit-
ler today in this country for sim-
ilar purposes.
Nazi technique is to turn the
attention of the non-Jews against
the Jews in America so that the
other Americans will be too busy
to fight with all their strength.
Nazi agents make up big lies .
Say the Jews started the war .
(Of course, not Hitler). Say the
Jews control everything .
(Don't ask why, if they control
everything, they always let them-
selves be persecuted!). Say the
Jews are evading the draft .
(Does anybody know that of the
first 75 Distinguished Flying
Crosses just awarded in this sec-
ond World War, eight were won
by Jewish Boys?).
More Propaganda
Jews aren't by any means the
sole focal point of Nazi propa-
ganda. The government, espe-
cially the administration, is
blasted at every opportunity .
The British are said to be holding
back, letting Russia and the Unit-
ed States do all the fighting .
Russia is described as ready at
any moment to sell out the de-
mocracies and therefore not to be
trusted.
In Britain and Russia, Nazi
agents start whispering cam-
paigns that we are not sending
all the supplies we have prom-
ised "Divide and Conquer."
For your information, all these
are lies Plain, unadulterated
lies Nazi lies And any-
body who repeats them, is playing
the Nazi game, intentionally or
unintentionally and making Hit-
ler happy.
Gut Shabbos!
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
LEGAL NOTICES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the un-
ders'lKned, pursuant to Chanter zm-.i
Laws of Florida. 1941, will reSS
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida, upon re
oelpt of proof of the publication of
this notice, the name of "unii
TRADING COMPANY." "
WUjLIAM H. UKONER, Owner
4/17-24 5/1-8-15
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
to get stranded pretty far from
civilization without a lire in his
jeans After a while he met a
couple of Italian soldiers, and
told them his tale of woe ... He
had a rather difficult time con-
vincing them that he really was
the Big Muss, and then, when he
finally had identified himself to
their satisfaction by doing his
famous chest expansion stunt,
broached the subject of a loan.
"I need carfare to get back to
Rome," he told them, "and if
you'll lend me fifty lire I'll send
it back to you the second I get
to the Treasury" ... So one of
the soldiers gave him the money,
and Mussolini departed in the di-
rection of the nearest railway
station When the big chief
had gone, the other soldier start-
ed to bawl out his pal "That
was a dumb stunt, parting with
fifty lire just like that," he said.
"I don't care if he is Mussolini
how do you know he'll return
your money?" "Don't worry"
the other reassured him, "I'll get
it back Didn't he borrow Eth-
iopia, and then give it back?"
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