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VOLUME 15No. 21
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942
110 MEET IN M
Plans for one of the most elab-
oratr fifth district conventions
in the history of B'nai B'rith
have been completed and will
take place in Jacksonville, Flor-
ida on Sunday and Monday, May
31st and June 1st.
The F'ifth District Ladies Aux-
iliary will meet at the same time.
Headquarters are at the George
Washington Hotel and special
rates for delegates have been ar-
,i. Accomodations and
transportation are limited and
immediate reservations are urged
for those attending.
Large delegations from B'nai
B'rith Lodges throughout the
state and district are expected
and the Sholem Lodge Conven-
tion Committee chairmaned by
E. Albert Pallot has announced
the following arrangements for
(he Miami, Fort Lauderdale and
West Palm Beach delegations.
Leave on the Florida East Coast
Railroad on Saturday, May 30th,
at 2:15 p. m. and arrive in Jack-
sonville, at 8:45 p. m. Leave
Jacksonville Tuesday, June 2nd,
at 8:25 a. m. and arrive in Miami
at 2:55 p. m.
Additional local convention
committee members are Arthur
Treister. treasurer, Bernard Spec-
tor. Maurice Cromer, Fred Sho-
chet, Isaac Levin, Dr. Frank Co-
ret, and Dr. Harold Rand. Res-
ervations can be made by calling
3-0751, 5-2293 or 3-4728.
The Florida regional office of
the Anti-Defamation League will
parteipate. An entire room has
been set aside for an exhibit of
material depicting the nature and
scope of the ADL work, with
special emphasis on the problems
being met in this area. In con-
nection wth these exhibits, Will-
iam I. Boxerman, director of the
Florida regional office, will dis-
cuss various phases of the ADL
Nat Shorstein of Jacksonville,
chairman of the committee on ar-
rangements, states that outstand-
ing national figures on the politi-
cal an.I the Jewish scene will ap-
pear mi the speakers' program,
including Dr. Abram L. Sachar,
national director of Hillel foun-
dations and Max N. Kroloff, as-
sistant director of the ADL.
Greater Miami Army and Navy
Committee Completely Organized
At a meeting last Sunday
morning at the Council House,
Sam Blank and Monte Selig, act-
ive communal workers, were
elected as chairman and vice
chairmen respectively of newly
formed Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee of the Jewish
Appointed by the original steer-
ing committee to prepare for the
organization, committees on
structure and organization, mem-
bership roster and nominating all
The large gathering of interest-
ed community leaders approved
the set-up of the committee,
elected officers and made plans
for the coordination of all activi-
ties and the expansion of the pro-
gram to the service men.
Other officers elected were,
secretary, Joseph A. Berman, and
the executive committee consist-
ing of Mrs. Walter Bronston,
William I. Boxerman, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Herbert U. Feibelman,
Maurice Grossman, Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Morris Klass, J. Gerald,
Lewis, Harry Markowitz, Burnett
Roth. Nat Roth, Harry Sirkin,
Joseph Stein, and Carl Weinkle.
Chairmen of the sub-committees
are: Finance, Carl Weinkle; so-
cial and recreational, Maurice
Grossman; public relations, Wil-
liam I. Boxerman; war records,
Herbert U. Feibelman; and relig-
ous, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan.
In addition to the executive
committee, a committee of the
whole was elected, including Leo
Ackerman, Rudy R. Adler, Morris
Alpert, Day J. Aptc, Abe Arono-
vitz. Jack August. J. Wm. Bar-
ross, Rabbi S. Bcnsion. Albert E.
Berkeley, Philip Berkowitz. Jos.
A. Berman, Sam Blank, Wm. I.
Boxerman, Benjamin E. Brons-
ton, Mrs. B. E. Bronston, Mrs.
Walter Bronston, Mrs. Anna
George Chcrtkof, Mrs. George
Chertkof, Isidor Cohen. Dr.
Frank Coret, Miss Ethel Deutsch,
Mrs. Max Dobrin, Leo Eisenstein,
Leonard Epstein, H. H. Farr, Her-
bert U. Feibelman, M. B. Frank,
Irving Frankel, M. H. Frankel,
Samuel Friedland, Dr. A. L.
Friedus, Sol Goldstrom, Dr. Mor-
ris Goodman, Jack Greene. Mau-
rice Grossman, Mrs. Maurice
Grossman, Mrs. Florence Hacker,
Nat Hankoff. Louis Heiman,
Isaac Joffe, Rabbi J. Kaplan,
Rabbi A. Kcllner, Morris Klass,
M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. Moses
Sam Lavine, Rebecca Levi,
Isaac Levin, Mrs. B. LeVine, J.
Gerald Lewis, Mrs. J. G. Lewis,
Marcie Lieberman, Joseph Lip-
ton. Mrs. B. H. London, Mrs. Sol
Lutsky, Sam Luby, Miss Hannah
Mack, Harry Markowitz, Mark
Max, A. Louis Mechlowitz. Rabbi
M. Meschcloff, Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Benjamin Meyers, Stanley
Myers, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, I.
L. Mintzcr. Mrs. Isadore Neuman,
Mrs. Sadie Oliphant, Mrs. Ida
Optner, Max Orovitz, Albert Pal-
Sidney Palmer. Mrs. Morris
Plant, Rabbi Rackovsky, Mrs.
Mathilda Ratncr, Mrs. Molka
Reich. Sam Reinhart, Hyland Ri-
fas, Max Rifas, Harry Rose, Jo-
seph M. Rose, Sadye G. Rose, Dr.
Albert Rosenthal, Mrs. Jennie
Rotfort. Burnett Roth, Nat Roth.
Mrs. Essie Schaffer. Pincus
Seheinberg, Monte Selig. Mrs.
Monte Selig, Harry Sirkin, Rabbi
Max Shapiro, William Shayne,
Jacob Sher, Fred Shochet, Harry
Simonhoff, Mrs. Milton Sirkin,
Mrs. Herman Slepian, Ben Slote,
Harold Spaet, Joseph Stein,
William Taradash, Charles Tob-
in. Arthur Ungar, Carl Weinkle.
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, Mrs. B.
Wigdor. Henry D. Williams.
Mitchell Wolfson, George Wol-
pert. Louis Zeientz, Mrs. Louis
Zeientz. Rabbi C. Zwitman.
Additional members will be
added as the service men's pro-
Pieces of Hate
RICHARD E. GUTSTADT
National Director of the Anti-
Defamation League of
Observation posts at which
men and women stand guard
each entire day, are in reality
the first line of defense of the
home. These posts are as im-
portant in defense as are the ac-
tual combats of the fighting
forces in repelling the enemy.
The Fifth Column has often and
properly been compared to an
octopus. When one tentacle has
been severed, another poisonous
and dangerous one grows in its
place. This is well illustrated by
the growth of
Rev. Gerald L.
K. Smith's Com-
mittee of One
Million with his
Cross and the
Flag." It is of
est at this time
to note some of
t h e quotations
taken from a
speech delivered by Gerald L. K.
Smith in the auditorium of the
Men and women, particularly | S"""H" Biw- n. T
the latter for dav time dutv are Maccabee Building. Detroit. Mich-
these observa- < lan- on A')ril 24lh- 1942- In *
/omen interested ; f"T Futh,r Coughlin. Smith
this first line of ? -HefVs a. man' h!! ?s a
needed to staff
tion posts, and w
in serving with
home defense should communi-
cate with the Volunteer Bureau
of Dade County Defense Coun-
cil. Room 909, Ingruham Build-
ing. They will be assigned posts .
I nearest their homes to avoid sland,,n.Ru?^I.m.t?$Pf_ 522!
traveling long distances.
minster of the gospel, here is a
priest in good standing, endorsed
by his Bishop, approved by his
arch-Bishop, accepted by the Col-
lege of Cardinals, and in good
I and the- Reds, me Communists
! and the Christ killers have vowed
_ot | they will never rest until this
| man is locked in jail."
With fanatical zeal. Smith at-
tacked the Army, the Navy, the
Administration and various out-
standing personalities who are in
Women residents outside
Greater Miami should communi-
cate with their air raid warden i
and he will be in position to ad-
vise them where to apply in their
Captain J. E. Redmond tnt, forefront in the country's war
charge of this feature of defense ; effort wilh rcfrrt,nct, t0 Win.
work, states tha the work is riot chelli ht, remarked: "i want to ^
hard and is not limited to any
age. Any women whose eye-
sight is good and who can spare
the time may qualify for the
work. "We need women for work
at the observation posts during
the day so that the men may be
assigned to night duty," Capt.
FOR "CHRISTIAN" ONLY TO
HEAR FROM U. S. ARMY
'ALL IEWS TO MOBILIZE IN
FOR BRITISH ARMY SERVICE
PROTEST ZELLERS ELECTION
TO AD CLUB PRESIDENCY1
New York (WNS>A protest
against the recent election of
John A. Zellers, vice-president
of Ronmigton-Rand, to the presi-
dency of the Advertising Club of
New York, on the grounds that he
has cooperated with Nazi or-
ganizations and individuals and
*as considered to be an active
"Sure in their affairs here" was
made tins week by the Non-Sec-
lanan Anti-Nazi League in an
Pi'n letter to the Board of Di-
meters t the Club.
,.Tnt' "Pen letter pointed out
; Zeuers had associated with
""a spoken before the American
'Uiowship Forum, Nazi-front or-
ganization headed by Friedrch
toiSS?"' ,low in Jail for failing
7i.ii(RlsUr as an enemy agent.
Ai!2 was also scheduled to be
tor, f1'" f the board of direc-
tnf'i a PrJected organization
anri .ur lrade between Germany
event j United States, in the
corn. German victory, ac-
Di r test'mony before the
sur^, War. Bonds today to as-
of th future and the future
andI Li0untrv in which you live
nd make your living.
New York (WNS) Evidence
that the United States Army will
not tolerate racial or religious
discrimination was furnished here
this week when Army officials
at Fort Tilden, Belle Harbor. L.
I., promised to take immediate
action against a post concession-
aire who advertised in a local
weekly newspaper for a "Chris-
The ad was inserted by George
Callion, a civilian tailor on the
post. The entire community
joined the Jewish War Veterans
in protesting the ad.
An Army officer at Fort Til-
den said that every attempt
would be made to break the con-
cessionaire's contract. He added:
"I can assure you that the ad has
upset all the Army men here
very much and we're going to
do something about it."
Jerusalem (WNS)The central
committee elected recently by the
Jewish Agency for Palestine and
the Jewish National Council to
further the Yishuv's war effort
has completed plans for the gen-
eral mobilization on a voluntary
basis of all Jews in Palestine for
British Army Service and civil-
ian defense duties, it was an-
nounced this week.
Under the present plan, each
I man and women will be assigned
| specific tasks in accordance with
'age and physical ability. At the
j same time, steps will be taken to
i find replacements for factory
workers who are needed in the
armed services. The committee
will raise funds to assist depen-
dents of Jewish soldiers.
SLOVAKIA TO EXPEL ALL
IEWS THERE BY SEPTEMBER 1
GRANTS $2,000 JEWISH FUND
to this guttersnipe, Walter Win-
chell. he is not like Charles Lind-
bergh. Let Mr. Lindbergh be an
example to you. Mr. Winchcll. I
dare you to surrender your half
million dollar income and serve
in the Navy at $3500 per year. I
wouldn't know where to put you
though. I don't know whether I
The general function of these i would let you wash dishes or
observation posts is shrouded in not"
SeKrKy;ubut ,hey arC, thCf P which the movements of all air- what he tt.rmi,d the "persecut-
planes are spotted and the in-' .. of Cougnlin. ho said: ..They
formation communicated to the j soek thc imprisonment of men
filter center. From then on. if, |ikt. Coughlin. Lindbergh. Senat-
enemy planes are spotted there or Rt,ynolds and myseIf while
wil be quick action on the part aski for ,he release of g^,
o thc air corps and interceptor. Browdcr the No. j traitor of
planes dispatched to meet the | Americ;l Tn,.y scek to dt.stroy
oncoming enemy. These planes, lh(1 ma|eazine of wnich r am tnc
will not comprise a reception cditor ..The Cross and thc F, .,
committee, either. Capt. Red- i and ()thcr christian publications
mond says. They will be ready wnllc ,!u,v flaunt in our faccs
for action and ot the type the,thcjr offi(.al Journais, the "Daily
enemy will expect but will not Work,.r th(, -New Masses." and
rcllsn- __________________ I the "Russian Constitution'."
1040 rnNrrarMrr nr RinniQ H' oaicl ,nhutc to Senators
1942 CONFERENCE OF RABBIS Reynolds and Nye .'or having en-
POSTPONED UNTIL THE FALL'dofscd the publication and asked
--------- I for a round of applause from the
The 1942 Conference of the audience in honor of these two
Florida Rabbinical Association men. It becomes clear now that
scheduled for May 25th, 26th and Smith has been chosen by the
27th has been postponed until: powers that be. who arc interest-
the fall. Rabbi Morris Skop. Or- j ed in keeping fascism alive, to
lando. announced. continue the propaganda of
Difficulty of travel and un-! Coughlin. Should the latter bo
settled conditions were attrib-! completely silenced. Smith would
Uted as responsible for the post-! be the logical successor. As a
ponement man of the cloth, he can also
__________________ camouflage his anti-democratic
POLISH DEPUTIES DEMAND work with tne religous cloak.
POLISH JEWS BE SENT FOOD
tw"H J ~ vum ivwf A new organization under thc
__, I name of the Social Republic So-
London (WNS)A motion urg- cicty of America has been or-
mg that Jews in Polish ghettos \ ganized in California. This so-
Jcrusalem (WNS)The Rocke-
feller Foundation has granted an
endowment of $2,000 to a series
of experiments on sex hormones
ueing conducted at the Hebrew
University here by Dr. Bernhard
Zondcck. it was announced this
week. Dr. Zondeck. noted Ger-
man-Jewish gynecologist is co-
discoverer of the famous Asch-
eim-Zondeck pregnancy test.
Stockholm (WNS) The first
ghetto for the Jews in France
has been established in San
Quentin, occupied France, by the
Nazi authorities. French Jews ac-
cused by the Nazis of operating
on the "black market" are being
sent to the San Quentin ghetto.
Berne (WNS) Reports of the,
i wholesale deportation of all Jews
from Slovakia and the confisca-
tion of Jewish-owned property
were confirmed by the Bratislava
| radio this week. The radio re-
I port disclosed that a bill order-
' ing this action had been ap-
proved by the Slovakian Parlia-
The violently anti-Semitic Mi-
nister of the Interior. Sano Mach.
announced that of Slovakia's 90.-
000 Jews, half will be deported by
the end of May and that by
September 1st, the last remaining
Jew will have been driven from
the country, the report stated.
All Jewish-owned land has been
seized and confiscated by the gov-
ernment. In the past two years,
34,000 jochs of land have been
seized from the Jews.
be designated "prisoners of war"
and sent food and medicines, pro-
vided they are not diverted for
Nazi use. was presented to thc
Polish National Council by Saml.
Zygelbaum. Jewisii Socialist De-
Describing the plight of Jewry
under Nazi control in the Polish
ghettos and pointing out the
lack of food and medicine, the
motion called upon the Council
to record its disappointment that
"efforts made to provide food
and medicine to the people of
Poland are insufficient and dis-
proportionate with their dire
needs and duties." Forced labor,
hunger, concentration camps and
mass executions, declared the
Jewish deputy, have become
weapons aimed at the extermina-
tion of the Jewish people.
The motion was signed by Dr.
ciety proudly points to the fact
that there has been a "Social Re-
public Society" during most ev-
ery critical period of history going
as far back as the days of the
ancient Roman Empire. Accord-
ing to their so-called "history"
of the Social Republic Society,
this organization was brought in-
to being during the days of the
Romans for the purpose of coping
with the vicious conditions that
were brought about by the emi-
grants from Palestine and Alex-
andria, who had secured complete
domination of the Roman gov-
ernment. They go on further to
state that the Spanish branch
of that society was responsible
for that "great piece of work" of
removing the Jews from Spain;
that the French Republic Soci-
ety was' responsible for the
French Revolution brought by
(CONTINUED ON PAQE 4)
J. Aron Abbott has returned
to the city after a brief visit.
Harry Markowitz is at home re-
cuperating from a recent illness.
Rev. Joseph Malek left Tues-
day for a tour of the southern
Morris Janos of the Ruth
Apartments. Miami, left for New-
York to spend the summer.
Joe Davis. Miami attorney, will
leave Frickiy for Key West to re-
port for duty as a lieutenant, jun-
ior grade, witn the naval depart-
ment of the United States.
Miss Carol Washer will be on
the program of the Anyuto Meli-
cov, pianist and pedagogue, in-
termediate class recital to be held
Saturday. May 23. at 3:00 p. m.
A linen bridge breakfast show-
er was given in honor of Miss Es-
ther Winer unde-elect of Mr.
Albert Jackson, Thursday at 12
at the Y. M. H. A. building. The
bride-to-be was the recipient of
many beautiful gifts. Hostesses
Were Mrs. Joe Socoloff. Mrs. 1st-
dor Langer, Mrs. Sam Ehrhch.
Mrs. Isidor Silberstein, Mrs
Charles Goldstein, Mrs. A. Rech-
es, Mrs. Max Weinberger, Mrs.
Abe Weiner, Mrs. Mary Silber-
stein. Mrs. Ben Handle, and Mrs,
Mrs. Esther Seitlin, of 40L'' S
W. 12th St.. celebrated i.<>'. Sun-
day afternoon with a house
warming party Many friends j
and well wishers gathered at
Mrs. Seitlin's home, and wen en-
tertained. Refreshments were
served by several friends, who
served as hostesses. The high-
light of the afternoon was the
burning of the n the
properties owned bj Mi Seitlin,
after which games were p
Mrs. Seitlin is '.nu time resi-
dent of Miami and enjoys a
friendship with many of Miami's
DO YOUR PLAYING
IN COOL GABARDINE
The Pioneer Women's Group
No. 1 will hold a Sheyuos supper
and installation at Zevin Villa,
8">8 Pennsylvania Ave., Miami
Beach. Sunday. May 24. at 5 pm
Mrs. G. Zevin is chairman Of-
ficers to be installed are: Chair-
man. Mrs. Henry Seitlin; vice
chairman. Mrs. S. Abrams: cor-
responding secretary, Mrs. M.
Shubow: financial secretary. Mrs.
I Shapoff: recording secretary.
Mrs. Zelbe Liebman: National
Fund chairman. Mrs. Lena Min-
co-chairman, Mrs. S. Krentz-
man; membership chairman and
co-chairman, Mr.-. H. Levine and
Mrs. Sonia Gerber; cultural com-
mittee, Mrs. D. Friedman. Mrs. M.
Shubow, Mrs Z. Liebman. and
Mrs Sona Gerber; Sunshine com-
mittee. Mrs, A. Cohen, and Mrs.
!' C llenberg; hospitality chair-
man. Mrs. Minnie Wiener. A
Shevuos cultural program will
Hours ol comfort are
plentiful in this san-
forized shrunk, wash-
able slack suit In or
out style shirt Pleat-
ed trousers with sell
belt In tan. blue or
green. S. M and L
sizes in lot
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter at 846 Michigan Avenue. Mi-
ami Beach, has prepared a spe-
cial service for Friday and Sat-
urday. May 22 and 23. in celebra-
tion of the Holiday of Shevuoth.
The public is cordially invited to
The Miami Section National
Council Jewish Women, will hold
a Victory Garden Party on Tues-
day. May 26 at 2 p. m. at the
home of Mrs. Maurice Jacobs,
4307 Alton Rd.. Miami Beach
Proceeds of the affair will be used
to equip a truck with fire fight-
ing machinery for use as an aux-
iliary fire fighter in event of
The end-of-the-season concert.
to be rendered at the request of
the many friends of Rev. Maurice
Mamches, of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. 311 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach, originally sched-
uled for Sunday evening. May 24.
is postponed to the following
Sunday afternoon. May 31st at
2:30 o'clock. The reason for this
change in time is due to the
screen-out. Eleanor Clarke Lin-
ton, concert pianist, and other
artists will participate.
The Miami Section National
Council Jewish Women closed
their season of activities with a
\ ictory installation Tea Monday.
May 18. at the Council House.
Mrs. Harry Barnhard was pro-
gram chairman and Mrs. Ethel
Rothlem installed the officers.
Mrs. Sidney L, Weintraub. guct
speaker, urged the women to do
defense work. Although no more
regular meetings will be held, the
Council House wll remain upen
all summer and the board of di-
rectors will meet regularly.
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the Women of the American Jew-
sh Council will hold its annual
election meeting Monday at 1:30
p. m. at the home of Mrs. A. J.
Tobin. 849 Lenox Ave. Mrs. A.
E. Woolfe. nominating chairman,
will preside during the election.
A number of by-laws will be pre-
sented by Mrs. S. H. Lutsky. by-
laws chairman, to be voted on.
Following the business meeting
Miss Bess Spanner, executive di-
rector of the Senior Council, will
be guest SDeaker. after which a
musical will be presented.
The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah will hold its
?hird annual donor's affair, a
brunch-swim. Sunday. Mav 24th
at the Lord Tarleton Hotel, 4041
Collins Avenue. Brunch will be
servod at 11:30 a. m. The guest
r>eakr will be Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. and vnral numbers will
V-e renHrd by Miss Evelvn Raff
w*r, w.11 be accomDanied by Miss
sviith Freeman Reservations may
^e made bv eallino Mrs. Leonard
ldnr. 3-6081. Co-chairmen of
tno arraneements and decorations
-nmrnit'e" are M^ses Malvina
Weiss and Reggie Goldstein.
The bar mitzvah of Lawrence
Adler. son of Mr. and Mrs.
George G Adler, will be held
Friday evening al Temple Israel
services at 8:15 o'clock. A recep-
tion will follow the services.
The bar mitzvah of Eugene
s Heiman will take place
Saturday at services at Beth Da-
vid Congregation at 9:00 a. m.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will respond
to the bar mitzvah address to be
Private Marvin S. Kaufman,
of Daniel Field, Augusta, Geor-
gia, will arrive Monday to spend
his furlough with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Kaufman,
827 Second Street. Miami Beach.
Miss Dorothy Ann Levin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Levin,
was named editor-in-chief of
Ibis, the University of Miami's
annual. This is one of the most
coveted honors on the campus.
Private Aaron Goldenblank of
Miami has been assigned to the
fourth Division finance office with
headquarters at Camp Gordon,
mar Augusta, Georgia.
IN SERVICES FOR SOLDIERS
HEAD OF DADE FEDERAI M
Joseph Lipton, Dresir!i>n .
Dade Federal Savings i of
Association, left Thursday j
Chicago to attend a confer
of the larger Federals. Tfe
discuss ways and means tj I,
more war bonds in addition to
considering general conditions
world effCCtS n the finaiS
Eugene Charles Heiman
delivered by Eugene, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Heiman. Cantor
H. Marbein will chant the ser-
vices. A reception will follow in
the Talmud Torah building for
friends and relatives. No invi-
tations have been issued. In-
cluded among out of town guests
in the city for the affair from At-
lanta. Ga.. are Mr. and Mrs. Ja-
cob Heiman. grandparents, and
Mrs. Harry Dwoskin. aunt of Eu-
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami will hold special
services for the Jewish soldiers
stationed in the Mami area every
Sunday morning at nine o'clock
under its auspices on the Beach.
The first service will be held this
Sundav morning at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center. 1415 Euclid
Ave. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, and
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will de-
liver the sermon, and Dr. Samuel
Bension, rabbi of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center, will offi-
ciate. These services will alter-
nate at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center and at the Beth Jacob
Congregation on 3rd Street and
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach
and Rabbi Mcschcloff will offici-
ate at the services at the Beth
Jacob synagogue Sunday morn-
ing. May 31st.
The religious service is a func-
tion of the newly formed Greater
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Visit Our Farm at
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Admission $1 per Couple
All proceeds for the benefit of
Service Men's Social Hell
It's cheaper to win. Buy your
Quote of War Bonds.
THE GARDEN OF MEMORIES
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and his
f>mi|v is that of pro-
viding a final resting
piace. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
"advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but it
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and <
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
ing and have no per-
sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
Maybe you feel that you have already provided J*e
quate burial protection for your familyby paying oue
to some organization which offers burial *Pac.e.;,.,.n. >
such organizations usually scatter families in snnwj"
cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one pi
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic 'B"-
Families completely torn apart, scattered among rn.?:
ers, lack of upkeepall because the head of the famny
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you hava been a member of "
organizationno matter how much you have MM l "u"
it would still be wiser to get a family plot fireetiy
from Mount Nebo. This la a sura way you can prevent
your loved ones from being ecattered.
Lots may be purchased
on convenient terms
Business Office 1014 Olympic Bldg. 3-5132
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU
FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942
THE Y. M. H. A
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Y" To Inaugurate 4th Annual
Home Camp June 15th
Under the most able director-
ship of our executive director,
Maurice Grossman, another year
in caring for the youth of this
ana will get under way starting
Monday, June 15th. Last year
more than 300 children enjoyed
a well-rounded program of cul-
tural, educational and athletic
programs, Wth the many prob-
lems that the parents have to
contend with today, it should be
a God-send to have an opportun-
ity to send their child or children
to a place such as the Y. M. H A
Home Camp. For further de-
tails consult Maurice Grossman
by phoning the Y. M. H A
Defense Athletic Program
From the latest reports re-
ceived from our Athletic direc-
WE HAVE KNOWN
GEORGE A. WORLEY
for many years
We Have Found Him to be
WE KNOW WHEREOF WE SPEAK
M. H. Frankel
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!
G. A. WORLEY
(Paid Political Adv. by Friends)
tor, Dr. I. H. Schwartz, the en-
rollment for the month of May
for physical activities at the "Y"
has been 357 to date. Of this
group the primary number is
comprised of midget, intermed-
iates, juniors, Girl's Progressive
Club, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts.
There is a regular weekly sched-
ule of calisthenics classes con-
sisting of basketball and ping
Pong. In the first G. P. C. ping
pong tournament, Miss Bea Mer-
lin was the victor.
The Physical Department is
acJ'vely interested in the Physi-
cal Fitness Program as sponsored
by the Dade County Defense
Council. Each week our Physi-
cal director meets with this coun-
cil to further this fine work.
We are presently trying to set up
a program that will include every
male and female member of the
Y. M. H. A. with a thorough
physical fitness and recreational
program. All we ask is for your
entry by phoning the Y. M. H. A.,
Y. M. H. A. Defeats Future
In a regular scheduled game of
the Civic League, the Y. M. H. A.
Diamondball Team, led by Man-
ager Frank Rose, defeated the
Future Farmers by a score of 10
to 4. The following are the play-
erss who make up the "Y" team:
Gladstone, first base; Zohn, sec-
ond base; Kovensky, third base,
Mgr. Frank Rose, short stop; Mil-
ler, left field; Lackowitz, center
field; Abe Berkowitz. right field;
Reisman, short field; Beyer,
pitcher, and Goldman, catcher.
P. S.: Maanger Frank Rose
played an entire game at short
stop the first time in a mighty
long time and from last reports,
he is still recuperating.
Y. W. H. A. To Hold Elections
The annual nomination and
elections of officers and directors
of the Y. W. H. A. will be held at
the Y. M. H. A. next Wednesday
evening. May 27 at 8 o'clock. The
nominating committee will bring
its report and nominations may
also be made from the floor. Elec-
tions will follow immediately
thereafter. Every member is
urged to attend.
No games were scheduled for
May 21 because of the Shevuoth
holidays. However, the boys will
be raring to go on Thursday, May
28. The following are the pres-
ent standings and the leaders of
Player W L
Milstein ...........................14 4
H. Berkowitz.................._ 11 7
Abe Berkowitz.................11 7
Al Berkowitz ........ 9 9
H. Schwartz.......... 9 9
Al Reisman................... 6 12
Weinkle _,........................... 6 12
Levinson 6 12
M. Milstein ........................109
G. Chertkof _......... .......102
Abe Berkowitz ........102
I. Spector...................... 101
Marty Milstein continues to stay
in the lead after winning three
games from Weinkle.
Abe Berkowitz won three
games from Reisman.
Al and Harold Berkowitz had
a battle and Harold won 2 out
Because of the Shevuoth Holi-
days, the "Y" building will be
closed from Thursday, May 21 at
6 p. m. until Saturday evening,
May 23 at 7:30 p. m.
Y. M. H, L HOLDS
Leo Ackerman was unani-
mously elected vice president
and chairman of the board of
the Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation at the annual nomination
of officers meeting last Wednes-
day evening. Also selected un-
animously to serve as treasurer
witz, Larry Grossberg, Ai Berko-
witz and Frank Rose. For 2
year term, Herman Waitsman,
Nat Blumberg, Dave Brown,
Harry Schwartz, Larry Gross-
berg and Al Berkowitz. For 1-
year term, Hy Rifas, Carl Wein-
kle, Dr. Frank Coret, Larry
Grossberg, Dr. Harold Rand, J.
Gerald Lewis, Frank Rose, M. J.
Kopelowitz, George Chertkof,
George Rachlin, Al Berkowitz,
George Adler, Martin Milstein,
Harry Schwartz, Abe Pepper,
Sid Palmer, Aaron Edelman, Al
Reisman, Max Mintzer, S. B. Mil-
ler, Sam Seitlin, Nat Blumberg,
Jules Wilson, Murry Apte, Ber-
nard Sterling, Oscar Argintar,
Irving Genet and Harry Rose.
DR. R. S. SPICKARD
DR. C. C. RAY
are now associated with
Dr. R. S.Akers
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Sundayc: 9 to 12
1764 N. W. 36TH ST.. MIAMI
for the coming year was George
Goldberg. Joseph a. Berman
and Philip Berkowitz will contest
for the presidency at the annual
election meeting on Wednesday.
June 3rd. Frank Rose and Al
Reisman were nominated for sec-
retary. Others nominated in-
clude for a 3-year term on the
board Harry Schwartz. Nat Blum-
berg. Fred Shochet, Philip Berko-
DEDICATED TO A FINER-
FIED AND SYMPATHETIC
ReformConservative and truly
Orthodox Rites and Rituals
2008 WEST FLAGLER ST.
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Your Gas Range to
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performance for years if you exercise a little care in its use.
Easy-to-Follow Hints for Longer Service
HOW TO PRESERVE THE ENAMEL
1. After use wipe range enamel
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2> If further cleaning is necessary,
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3- Don't place wet dishefi, bottles
or glasses on top of the range.
HOW TO CARE FOR TOP BURNERS
la Wipe burners with damp cloth
2. When necessary, clean with
mild soapy water, rinse and
3. If burners b.rome clogged,
clean with stiff brush. Modern
range burners are non-clog.
4. Do not boil aluminum or
enamel burners in soda. Cast iron
burners may be boiled in a solu-
tion of one tablespoon sal soda
to each three quarts of water.
Wipe dry and turn upside down
to drain before replacing.
HOW TO CLEAN THE BROILER
! Remove broiler pan and grill
after food has been aerved.
2. Allow to cool before washing.
3. Wash broiler compartment with
soap and warm water.
C Jf broiler is beneath oven, re-
move empty broiler pan when
oven is in use.
HOW TO CLEAN OVEN
' If boil-overt occur, allow oven
to cool and then remove char
with a good cleaner or fine t teel
". Waah tides, bottom, door and
racks of oven occasionally with
warm water and soap.
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PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
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Fred K. Shoch*t. Managing Editor
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at
the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879_______
One Year, $2.00____________Six Months, $1.00
VOTUME 15 NUMBER 21
SIVAN 6, 5702
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942
The community-wide army-navy commit-
tee has been organized. A chairman and co-
chairman selected. Committee heads have
been appointed and the general structure of
the body approved. Now and most important
remains the action and activities to be insti-
tuted and those existing coordinated. That was
the original problem and remains so today.
While estimates of many are exaggerated
the number of men throughout this area to be
served and assisted in many ways, is large
and growing daily.
Innumerable tasks of aid in planning so-
cial functions, home hospitality, securing kosh-
er food, needed literature, advance spending
money, the administering of religious guid-
ance and spiritual enlightenment all consti-
tute duties of the Greater Miami Army-Navy
"You may rejoice that those whom you
honor have kept the traditions of loyalty and
courage of the Jewish people." were the words
with which President Roosevelt last week paid
tribute to those American Jewish heroes who
have fought and fallen in the defense of
America's principles and idealsboth in the
last and in the present world conflict
Refuting the old libel made by professional
anti-Semites and Hitier-admirers since Pearl
Harbor that American Jews are not taking an
active part in the actual fighting, this same
charge was raised also during the first world
war. These figures of comparison stand with
the war records of any other segment of the
The service boys in our community are our
representatives in the present conflict.
It is an obligation to cater to their needs.
The Jewish Welfare Board, Y. M. H. A. par-
ent body is sending a full time worker here to
implement these activities. Let us cast aside
immediately all of the present methods now
used which considered not the service to the
service men but subsistence and reason for
existence of the organization.
The imperativeness of immediate coordin-
ated efforts is all important.
Pieces of Hate
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
"the corrupt Church, the Kinfi.
and the Jewish financial power."
They finally traced their his-;
tory to the days of the Civil War, I
when, as they claim, the member-'
ship of the society was made up
mostly of "patriotic northerners
and the original Ku Klux Klan.'
This organization is another one
of the many hate-breeding, anti-
Semitic groups, that are springing
into being as fast as others are
compelled to dissolve because of
Two of Sen. Reynolds staunch-
est supporters, who have aided'
the Senator in campaigning for j
his various anti-labor, anti-alien.'
anti-immigration legislative bills
are presently associated in the
enterprise calling itself 'The Na-
tional Republic Lettergram." 103
Park Avenue, New York City.
These men. Walter Steele and
John B. Trevor promiscously la-
bel all individuals who disagree
with their reactionary thinking
as "Reels." Although they oc-
casionally condemn Nazism, the
vast majority of their work is
confined to drawing the red her-
ring across the country. At pres-
ent they intend to gather infor-
mation on what they term sub-
versive and un-American activi-
ties, collate tne alleged facts, and
distribute them in the form of cir-
culars, posters, etc., to schools,
factories and offices. In addition
they are continuing their cam-
paign to work up a hatred against
aliens, or rather those whom they
would classify as aliens.
Alfalfa Bill Murray, convert to
anti-Semitism, who is presently
running for the senate in Okla-
homa against Josh Lee, has pulled
an old political trick out of the
bag. He located some farmer al-
so named Josh Lee and is running
the farmer on the same ticket in
the hope of confusing the voters.
An organization calling itself
"Yankee Freeman," located at
Tacoma. Washington, headed by
BUILD FOR TOMORROW
a Frank W. Clark, continues its
agitation against calling our form
of government a democracy. It
has long been a technique of the
anti-democratic forces to associ-
ate the word "democratic" with
communism. Mr. Clark bemoans
the fact that our country is not
referred to as a republic. In ad-
dition, he indulges in the char-
acteristic divisive technique of the
totalitarians the present con-
flict is called a "rich man's war";
communism is ballyhooed as our
greatest menace. A nationalistic
spirit along fascist lines as against
the international brotherhood of
man is urged.
A group patterned after the us-
ual run of obstructionist organi-
zations has come into being in
Indianapolis, known as "God's
Kingdom." It Is headed by Mary
F. Wright, residing at 129 Miley
Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind.
Women United, auxiliary of the
ostensibly defunct America First
Committee, looks as if it will
close its offices in the next
month. Bickering and petty ar-
guments among the officers, as
well as the falling off of contri-
butions, are the determining fac-
Horace Haase, an active Amer-
ica Firster, and the individual
who called together a meeting in
New York subsequent to Pearl
Harbor, to which Lindbergh was
invited as well as other well-
known eastern fascists, has sud-
denly come into sufficient monies
to plan a trip to western cities
where he will attempt to estab-
lish chapters of Americans for
Peace. Chicago, Indianapolis and
St. Louis are some of the cities
which will be included in his
FRIDAY, MAY 22. m,
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Many curious rumors are circulating about a new war i
vention that Dr. Chaim Weizmann is supposed to have
BETH JACOB COMMUNITY
BUILDING FOR SERVICE MEN
The Board of Directors of the
Beth Jacob Congregation has of-
fered the use of the Beth Jacob
Community Building for the
benefit of the servicemen on the
A committee of men and wo-
men representing a dozen organi-
zations affiliated with the con-
gregation and meeting regularly
in the Community Building, has
completed plans for the estab-
lishment of a servicemen's cen-
ter. All expenses for renovating
and decorating the building are
to be met by the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation and Sisterhood. The
various organizations will serve
as hosts and hostesses. The build-
ing will be open to all servicemen
every evening but Friday, from
7 p. m. on. Contributions of maga-
zines, books and bridge tables are
welcomed. No public appeal for
funds is planned. Mrs. Moses
Kreiger is chairman of the Ser-
ed The truth is that Weizmann has discovered a process
for the manufacture of something (the precise nature of which k
a military secret) that would make use of certain waste mate
rials now regarded as of no vxilue whatsoever Before re-
joining the Army, Major Ephraim Jeffe (his rank dates from
World War Number One) did a little job of inventing for the Con
solidated Edison Company, producing a double screen thai
reduces the glare from a lighted room to a negligible quantity
The Julius Grossman health shoe people are asking those at
flicted with corns and bunions to refrain from telling others their
symptoms in so far as these indicate weather changes ... The
weather, you remember, being a military secret And, ol
course, if everybody were to wear health shoes their corns and
bunions, those pesky weather prophets, would disappear-eh
That was a Freudian slip for all the world to hear which an
Italian radio announcer pulled the other day when he spoke
of "our great Duce, who is now dead" ... He meant the late
Duke of Aosta, and hastily corrected himselfbut we wonder
how Benito felt about it Source of much of your information
on Axis broadcasts is Alix Reuther, a German Jewess and an
accomplished linguist, who has been in this country since 1934,
and who for the past three years has been spending her nights
at the Columbia Broadcasting Company's short-wave receiv-
ing set, taking notes of the lies sent across the ocean by Messrs.
Goebbels and Co. ... Do you ever see "France Speaks," the
Free French weekly published in New York? ... A recent issue
carried a fine letter written last December by Paul Claudel,
former French Ambassador to the United States, to the Chief
Rabbi of France, assuring him of the "disgust, the horror and
the indignation" aroused in the hearts of all good Frenchmen
by the "iniquities, spoliations and evil treatment to which our
Israelite fellow countrymen are subjected."
THIS AND THAT
The extraordinary three-day Zionist Conference at New
York's Hotel Baltimore was the best-organized yet ... It had all
the earmarks of a successful dramatic productionwhich
shouldn't surprise you, as Meyer W. Weisgal was the man who
pulled all the strings Will there ever be an end to books
about the "Protocols of Zion?" Now Dr. John Shelton Curtiss,
a noted historian, has written another volume "baring" this
anti-Semitic fraud How many times must a hoax be ex-
posed? Lillian Hollman's anti-Nazi play, "Watch on the
Rhine," which didn't do so badly on Broadway, and which Hol-
lywood will present to the entire country before long, is scor-
ing a tremendous hit on the London stage Dim-out regula-
tions permitting, Max Reinhardt's name will again blaze on
Broadway next season, when he will be directing a repertory
From Astoria to Astoria in one generation sums up the pro-
gress of the Jesse (movie mogul) Lasky family ... A generation
ago Jesse senior built his first movie studio at Astoria, L. L
And now his son, Jesse junior, is stationed at the same spot, as
a member of the U. S. Army Signal Corps Congratulations
to former U. S. District Attorney George Z. Medalie on the en-
gagement of his daughter, Gladys Vivian, to Julius Heldman
of Los Angeles, winner of the National Research Fellowship "j
chemistry The attacks against Mrs. Anna Rosenberg, Social
Security executive, because of her earnings on commercialjobs
she holds in addition to her government post, were inspired by
malice, yet in a sense they were justified ... A government ex-
ecutive earning more than $5,000 a year should never place
himself in a position where he serves private interests i0-
Making his debut as a Victor-recorded artist is Holly wood's Dave
Rose, who not only is one of radio's most popular orchestr
leaders, but arranges and composes music too ... A veler
Victor artist, pianist Arthur Rubinstein, refuses to use any instru-
ment but his own especially made Steinway for recording-
Only recently it had to be transported fron; New York to>YW
delphia, where Rubinstein made his latest Red Seal aw-
Carol Bruce is not only one of Hollywood's newest singing star
but a bright girl too She was only fifteen when she grew
ated from high school, the youngest in her class When y
see the new film "The Pied Piper," keep you eyes peeled lors
en-year-old Julika Alpar She's the daughter of Gita Alpar. u
FIRST TIMERS TeW.
Rabbi Isaac Landman. editor-in-chief of the Universal'
ish Encyclopedia, holds the distinction of having been tne
Jewish chaplain in the United States Army on AmenCFanrVCi<>.
we see by the newly published Volume Six of that Mg^,
pedia. This bit of "news" harks back to 1916, whnJ2'i
Landman served in Mexico with General John I;JWE|
forces From the Encyclopedia we also learn that y*
Leidesdorff, a Hungarian Jew who pioneered in Calirorw
a hundred years ago, organized the first American f
school This was in San Francisco Volume Six w
foo, that the first Jewish child born west of |f *TL at
Mountains was Henry David Johnson, who madeTr~i/Laei
Connellsville, Ind., back in 1819, where his father, Davia ^
founder of the Cincinnati Johnson lamiy. was Unrig ^
hme And that the first synagogue in New Meco w
'CONTINUED ON PAGE )
FRIDAY, MAY 22. 1942
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
When all the world is asking
what will be the basis of world
peace after the war, the Revela-
tion on Mount Sinai and the ac-
ceptance of the Torah by Israel
assume greater immediate signif-
Shevuoss began Thursday and
will be celebrated on Friday and
Saturday. Services will be
chanted by Cantor Maurice Mam-
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
Friday morning on the subject:
"The Law in War." Saturday
morning he will preach on "The
Law After the War." Memorial
Yizkor services will be held Sat-
urday at 10 a. m.
In view of the fact that our
synagogue and community build-
ing are within the blackout area
on the Beach, we have taken
steps to make our community
building completely equipped for
blackouts. Daily and holiday
services will be held mornings
in our synagogue building, but
evenings in our adjoining com-
As a result of the meetings of
leaders of a number of organiza-
tions affiliated with our congre-
gation we shall open our com-
munity building for the benefit
of the service men in our area,
immediately after Shevuoss.
During the past few weeks
plans were formulated and com-
pleted to renovate and beautify
our community building so that
it would serve as an attractive,
large and equipped servicemen's
center. Various organizations
will serve as the hostesses and
hosts every evening in the week
excepting Friday. For further
information inquire at our of-
We welcome the contribution
of magazines and books to our
service. All improvements to
our building are being met by
our congregation and Sisterhood.
No appeal for funds is being
made in our community for this
purpose. We are happy and
proud at being able to serve in
our country's need.
The closing meeting of our
men and women's divisions of
the Miami Beach Mizrachi will
be held Saturday night at 9:00
P- m. The public is invited.
On account of blackout diffi-
culties our Religious School
graduation has been postponed
to this Sunday, May 24th, at
2:00 p. m. at our synagogue build-
On the program are Bernard
Milstein, Gerald Enerfeld, Claire
Tendler, Charles Naness, Marilyn
Eisenberg, Louise Raphael, Eve-
lyn Tendler, Harold Herman, Ed-
na Malter, Miriam Feit, Morton
Rosenbaum, graduates and alumni
our school.. There will also
be class reports by our class
presidents, and a talk by one of
Mr. M. B. Frank, Mrs. B. H.
London, Mrs. A. Steinberg and
Mr. I. D. Spivak will bring greet-
terhood, Parent-Teachers' Assoc-
?ngs from the congregation. Sis-
lation and Board of Education re-
spectively. Diplomas and awards
w,"l be distributed by Mr. H.
Wasserman, vice' president.
The graduating class will be
[Pa in song by Cantor Mamches,
the Glee Club will be directed by
M'?s S. Shpall with Mrs. Jose-
6nme Adler at the piano. Rabbi
jescheloff will bless the gradu-
ates. Refreshments will be
served. The public is welcome.
., "arents interested in having
ineir children attend a home
camp at our Community building
are asked to communicate with
We are registering children for
our summer sessions. Our Re-
lgious School is open every week
in the year. During the close of
public schools, sessions are held
in the cool morning hours. Spe-
cial attention is given each child,
and advance is strikingly rapid.
We urge parents to register all
children between the ages of 6
On account of blackout diffi-
culties, Cantor Mamches has post-
poned his End-of-Season Concert
to Sunday afternoon, May 31st,
at 2:30 p. m. at our synagogue.
Tickets can be had at the office.
A special service will be held
in our synagogue building every
alternate Sunday morning be-
ginning with Sunday, May 31st,
at 9 a. m. for the Jewish service-
men of Miami Beach. This ser-
vice is sponsored by the greater
Miami Rabbinical Association
and will be arranged by our own
rabbi with the cooperation of the
other members of the association.
This is not a regular Minyan.
Jewish service men are invited to
join our worshippers at regular
services held each morning at
8:30, and each evening at 7:45
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
690 S. W. 17th Avenae
1546 S. W. Third Street
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p. m.
Maariv________________6:00 p. m.
.9:00 a. m.
Last Sunday elections were
held for the local Army and Navy
committee, an affiliate of the
Jewish Welfare Board. We can
think of no greater religious duty
and no better patriotic devotions
than the one hundred percent
support of this costly and es-
sential movement in all phases
of its work.
The traditional Feast of Weeks
will be observed Friday and Sat-
Rabbi Kellner will preach both
mornings in English and in the
afternoons in Yiddish. The ser-
mon topics will be as follows:
Friday morning: "The Feast of
Flowers;" Sabbath morning: "The
Time is Now;" Friday afternoon:
"Meaningful Mementoes;" Sab-
bath afternoon: "The Princely
Religious School Celebrations
Due to the tire and gasoline
shortage it is deemed impractical
to hold the annual school outing.
Instead the Ladies Auxiliary ar-
ranged a very lovely indoor pic-
nic in the Talmud Torah last
Sunday and the following ladies
acted as the committee: Mrs. Ida
Buckstein, Mrs. William Clein,
Mrs. Dave Kleber, Mrs. Irving
Leopold. There were many inter-
esting games, valuable prizes and
A notice inserted last week
spoke of a closing affair of the
Talmud Torah. We beg to an-
nounce that our Talmud Torah
is open the entire summer. When
public school sessions close we
shall have classes in the morning.
We pray for the speedy and
complete recovery of our friend,
Mr. Hyman Kessler, who is a
patient in Jackson Memorial Hos-
For Appointment Cell
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Daily Services.............._. 8:00 a. m.
Evening Services_____7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning-......___8:00 a.m.
During the closing exercises
this past Sunday morning, prizes
were awarded to the following
honor students of the 12 classes
by Rabbi Max Shapiro: Irene
Bergman, Charlene Cootner, Paul
Cootner, Estelle Grcenberg, Ruth
Hagan, Eugene Heiman, Irene Ja-
cobs, Robert Katims, Rosetta
Kline, Gordon Miller, Bernard
Rosenthal, Herman Rosenthal,
Charlene Rossin, Estelle Saylor,
Frederick Scher, Adele Segal, Lo-
la Schwartz, Reva Shapiro, Joan
Shier, Jerry Shullman, Carol
Washer, Henry Weiss, Lita Weiss,
Buddy Weisscl, Leroy Weissel.
Awards presented to the honor
students of our Talmud Torah
were Sidney Dickson, Estelle
Greenberg, Frank Greenberg,
Robert Katims, Bernard Rosen-
thal, Herman Rosenthal, Charlene
Rossin, Leon Segal, Reuben Ser-
kin and Bobby Shevin. In addi-
tion, Millard Marcuse, a member
of our congregation presented
some very beautiful gifts to the
members of the Junior Congrega-
tion for excellent work and at-
tendance. The rabbi expressed
his gratitude to the faculty for
their faithful services. A few
words of greeting were extended
to the children and the teachers
by Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
the Sisterhood, and Sidney H.
Palmer, president of the congre-
These exercises were followed
by an outdoor picnic. The Sis-
terhood served ice cream and
milk to the 175 children who par-
ticipated in these exercises, after
which athletic games were played
in Lummus Park.
Confirmation exercises were
held the same evening with 17
confirmands receiving their con-
firmation certificates. Louis Hei-
man presented graduation diplo-
mas to Sara Rose Schwartz, Edith
Shier and Harvey Sootin of the
Teachers' Training Class. Cantor
Marbein and the Beth David
choir, accompanied at the piano
by Mrs. E. S. Schaeffer, were in
charge of the musical program.
The synagogue was filled to ca-
pacity. The highlights of the
evening were the presentation of
miniature Sefer Torah to the
Junior Congregation by Sidney
H. Palmer, and three hand en-
graved Biblical pictures to the
Sisterhood by the Confirmation
class. A social hour followed im-
mediately after the exercises.
Shevuos services will be held
in the synagogue Friday and Sat-
urday morning, May 22 and 23,
at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will conduct the services.
His discussion Friday morning
will be "This is the Freedom!"
Saturday morning his subject
will be "They Live Forever."
Yiscor, or memorial services will
take place Saturday morning at
10 o'clock. If you desire your be-
loved ones to be included in our
memorial services, phone the of-
fice, 2-1473, and inscribe their
names as a safekeeping for all
times. Be sure to attend the ser-
vices Friday and Saturday morn-
ings to celebrate "The Giving of
the Torah." The rabbi and can-
tor will officiate at all services.
Junior Congregational Services
Special services will be con-
ducted by the Junior Congrega-
tion Friday and Saturday morn-
ings. May 22 and 23, at 10 o'clock.
Boys and girls will be excused
from attending school providing
they attend the religious services.
During the services this Satur-
day morning, Eugene, the son of
Louis Heiman, will become a bar
mitzvah. A reception will follow
immediately after the benedic-
tion, to which Eugene extends
a cordial invitation to all mem-
bers, worshipers and friends.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Jewish Hour over WIOD
this coming Sunday from 4:30 to
5 p. m. His discussion will be "A
At a well attended installation
luncheon held in the Beth David
auditorium this past Tuesday, a
splendid tribute was paid to the
outgoing president, Mrs. Isador
Fine, by Rabbi Max Shapiro, for
her wonderful achievement of the
year's work. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, newly inducted president,
in a few well spoken words,
pledged to carry on the work so
ably done by Mrs. Fine. Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers served as
toastmistress, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort
as installing officer, the invoca-
tion was given by Mrs. Max Sha-
piro, and the benediction by Mrs.
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Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
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Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive 6-1265
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concernlnR the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to Bay. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Mornings, 8 o'clock; evenings,
7:30 o'clock; Saturday mornings,
9 o'clock; Oneg Shabbos, 7 p. m.
The calendar of Shabuot ser-
vices is as follows:
Thursday evening at 7:30 Can-
tor Lengyel will officiate. On
Friday morning services will be-
gin at nine o'clock and at 10:30
a. m. The sermon by Dr. Ben-
sion will be on the subject, "The
Show Must Go On." On Friday
evening the confirmation services
will be held at eight o'clock and
on Saturday morning the sermon
will be on the subject "A Phasia
and the Shock Cure." Cantor
Lengyel will officiate at all these
services. Yizkor or memorial
services will be held at 10:30. a.
m. All are welcome.
First Confirmation Class
The first confirmation class in
the history of the Center will be
confirmed on this Friday night at
8 o'clock. May 22nd. The fol-
lowing are members of the con-
firmation class and will partici-
pate in the exercises: Franklyn
Harvey Blazar, Samuel Nelson
Frankenstein, Charles Giller,
Marshall Giller, Audrey Ruth
Hankoff, Harold Herman, Judith
Reba Nelson, Tcma Rubinstein,
Samuel Spitz and Marjorie Jane
Waldman. The confirmation class
instructor is Yetta R. Spitz and
the confirmation instructor is
Molka Reich. Rabbi Leon Spitz
is in charge of the exercises and
will participate together with Dr.
Bension who will deliver the ad-
dress, and Cantor Josef S. Leng-
yel who will participate with the
choir assisted by Miss Edith Free-
man. On the program Mrs. Jo-
sef S. Lengyel and Mrs. Evelyn
Raff will appear in a duet. Pres-
ident Mayer H. Frankel will pre-
sent the confirmation certificates
and Mrs. Isidor Newman, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, will pre-
sent the prayer books to the con-
firmands, the gift of the Men's
Club. The Sisterhood will pre-
sent the flowers. A reception in
the patio will be tendered by the
mothers of the confirmands led
by Mrs. Nat Hankoff and Mrs. A.
Blazar. The confirmation class
picture was taken last Sunday
Religious School Closing
The Religious School will hold
its closing exercises on Sunday
morning, May 24th at the audi-
torium when two hundred child-
ren will be presented by their
teachers with the proficiency
cards. Outstanding students will
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Festival of Shovuos Evening Ser-
vice and Confirmation
The services were conducted by
the confirmands and a series of
addresses were presented by them
on the subject, "The Journey of
The confirmands: J. William
Baros, jr.. Sylvia J. Berkman,
Marjorie D. Berman, Molly Ann
Boyell, Robert Bronner, Lois
Braz, Bart L. Cohen, Ellen R.
Cohen, Marjorie J. Freedman.
Dorothy R. Goldstein. Barbara
Gordon. Mildred B. Grenberg.
Joseph Gassenheimer, Rita M.
Hyman. Patricia J. Kovins, Joel
Kuperberg. Lenore P. LeVine,
Barbara Lewis. Isadora H. Mar-
golis, Herbert Neilinger, Elyse B.
Newman, Nathan J. Ratner, Phyl-
lis J. Rosenthal, Joanne B. Saltz-
man, Joy R. Simonhoff, Leonard
E. Treister, Bert H. Wohl, Flor-
A reception, honoring the con-
firmands, will follow the ser-
Festival of Shovuos Morning
Friday morning, May 22, at 11
o'clock, conducted by Rabbi Zwit-
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, May 22 at 8:15
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Adler
invite you to attend the bar mitz-
vah celebration of their son,
Lawrence, to be held at the Tem-
ple services this Friday evening,
May 22 at 8:15 o'clock. A recep-
tion in honor of the bar mitzvah,
will be tendered by his parents
after the services.
Religious School Closing
On Sunday morning, May 31
at 10 o'clock the Religious School
will hold its last session for this
year. Essays on the work of the
year will be read by representa-
tives from the various classes,
and prizes and certificates will
be given for perfect attendance
and scholarship. Parents and
friends are cordially invited.
Plaque for Men in the Service
Last week's Bulletin carried a
list of 14 names of service men
who are affiliated with our con-
gregation. To that list we add
the following names: Arthur
Slote. Edward Zinkow, Morris
Green, Dr. F. H. Kauders, Lester
Frank. In the near future a
plaque bearing the names of ser-
vice men as a roll of honor will
be placed in the lobby of the
Temple by the Men's Club. We
will appreciate immensely the
cooperation of members of the
congregation who will send us in
the names of service men, so that
we may list them.
"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 fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Rose Green,
mother of I. W. Green, Leon
Green, and Albert A. Green;
Daisy Rothschild Fisher, mother
of Dr. F. H. Fisher.
Yahrzeits: Mendel Freed, fath-
er of Mrs. Harry Nevins; Amelia
Lewis, mother of Mrs. Albert L.
Kahn; David Aronovitz, father of
Dr. Sam Aronovitz and Abe
Aronovitz; Harry W. Levin, fath-
er of Dr. Alfred G. Levin.
if* I* the BEST.'
FRIDAY, MAY 22,
BY AL GREEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
| this month because all plans are
I being centered around our at-
I tendance in Jacksonville on May
It seems like old times again 30th. 31st and June 1st for the
banging out this column. I ap- Dist. B'nai B'rith convention,
predate the opportunity and par- This event will mark the dia-
ticularly of being a guest, mond celebration of the existence
Perhaps it was mv imagination of our order in the south. The
but somehow I got'the idea that main speaker will be the man
at the last meeting there was a wh" >" my humble opinion is the
dearth oi membership attending, worlds greatest Jewish orator.
With rubber at a premium, and J, refer to Dr. Abra.n L. Sachar.
with registration (or gas ration. Probably the theme of the con-
ing having begun on thai day, vent ion will be the war service
and a meeting being held on the that Bnai Bnth will render. Weve
beach, the members must have already been recognized for out-
had cold feet. No doubt the ex- standing work.in behalf of the
ecutive committee will give ser- Cross, l so. etc. call the
ious consideration to a more B^u Bnth office H you expect to
centrally located meeting place, attend. The more, the merrier.
However, what was lacking in ?hpeec^cca^vWf^SS^L I
numbers was more than balanced p!?owd
by the loquaciousness of those ",
present 'l"' Amencanizaton Commit-
There will be no social meeting tee headed by Bro, Nat Roth
undoubtedly takes all honors lor
outstanding work tins year. This
is one committee that does not
rest on past laurels. They have
arranged for a program to be
held on Flag Day. June 14th. at
Flamingo Park, Miami Beach,
with the Elks Club cooperating.
Paul McNutt, one of the out-
standing governmental figures.
will be the mam speaker. In
conjunction with the Flag Day
observance an essay contest has
been arranged for high school
students and a cup has been do-
nated to be awarded the winner.
Speaking of contests, the Lodge
congratulates Bro. Ernest Guns-
berg who recently wrote a
winning essay in an "I Am An
American Day'' essay contest.
Congratulations also to Bro.
Max Silver who was elected at
the last meetng to succeed Sam
Silver as Financial Secretary of
: the Lodge. Who said we were on
: the gold standard? I am certain
', I speak for Max when I remind
you to do your duty and pay
your dues. The money is urg
' ently needed for so many worth-
: while causes.
-Never have I seen a man so
full of his subject as Bro. Har-
old Turk when it comes to mem-
bership. There is only one way
to make him happy and that is
to bring in more members. The
very suggestion of membership
causes Harold to orate. If you
want to sooth him and bring him
peace of mind you have the
solemn obligation to bring in not
later than next meeting at least
one new member.
On the topic of committees.
Bro. Burnett Roth is taking a
militant stand on the question of
committee heads who do not
function. Unlesss you are de-
sirous of receiving a letter asking
for your resignation as a commit-
tee chainnan. you are hereby put
on notice that it would be most
advisable to be prepared to give
a report at the next meeting of
the activities of your committee.
Burnett is a man of action and it
speaks well for the progress of
Wishing each of you happiness
and peace in these troubled
times. I remain. Sincerely yours.
Milton A. Friedman
The Dade County Blood
Bank is in urgent need of
blood donations in order to
maintain sufficient deposits on
hand in event of emergency.
The procedure is simple and
requires no more than half an
hour to complete. A complete
blood test is performed with-
out charge which often pro-
vides valuable information to
the blood donor. This is an
excellent opportunity for each
of us to co-operate in the work
of the Dade County Defense
For information call Dade
County Blood Bank or 3-0740.
Alexander Kushner. M. D.
Chairman Blood Bank Com-
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Your Vote and Support Will
(Paid Political Advertisement by Friends)
Slievuos services will be held
Friday at Temple Beth El with
Rabbi Manuel Greenstoin con-
ducting. Yizkor will be at 10:30
Beth Israel Sisterhood party
was held Tuesday evening at
Schwartzberg Hail. Hostesses
were Mrs. William Hahn. Mrs.
Barney Bllcher, Mrs. David Tis-
rower. Mrs. Harry Halperin and
Mrs. Carl Herman.
Mrs. Esther Levin passed away
Monday after a long illness. Fun-
eral services were held Tuesday
with Rabbi Manuel Grecnstein of-
ficiating. She was an active com-
munal worker and a resident of
West Palm Beach for 14 years.
She is survived by her husband.
Abraham, a son. Ira, who is in
the armed forces, two sisters,
Mrs. Rich and Mrs. Sarah Cols-
by; two nieces. Miss Blossom
Colsby and Janet Rich, all of
this city, and a brother residing
in the north.
Mrs. Sigmund Gross has left
for her home in Buffalo. N. Y..
where she will spend the sum-
A special meeting of the Con-
gregation Beth El Sisterhood was
held Sunday afternoon at the
home of the president, Mrs. Fan-
Moses Schupler. ensign in the
U. S. N. R.. is visiting his par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schupler.
Mrs. N. Schocoff was hostess
to the regular card party held
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FRIDAY. MAY 22, 1942
May 19, 1942
The Jewish Floridian
2i S. W. 2nd Avenue,
I follow with great interest the
course each candidate has taken
to become State Attorney. Stan-
ley Milledge has placed the is-
sue squarely before the public in
a few wordsclean government
or continued corruption. Mr.
Worley has said nothing.
In the first primary the sup-
porters giving good odds, ignored
the challenge of Milledge. After
tin \te had appearedMilledge
22,615: Worley, 16,060, they real-
ized something had to be done
a scapegoat or side issue had to
be found to camouflage the main
issue. They could not touch Mil-
ledge because he is honest, but
they could start a whispering
campaign, fostered and spread by
paid parasites; and so the whis-
pering startedMilledge is this;
Milledge is that; MilledgeJews,
etc. The bigger the ad, the big-
ger the lies, the better, because
tiny are more easily believed.
II is one thing to show an of-
fieial to be incapable but it is
another to smear the opponent
with malicious lies, and attempt
to spread anti-semitic feeling on
one hand and threaten others
with it on the other.
I feel secure in saying that if
Mr. Worley's supporters felt cer-
tain of victory they would not
use such tactics. But what is
more important is that thinking
Jews should not be misled by
such whispers. As a matter of
fact tiiis issue has no place in this
campaign for neither candidate
has ever shown any such person-
Your paper is a dignified me-
dium for the expression of such
ideas as I have set forth. I
would, therefore, appreciate your
asking the Jewish element to
face these whisper mongers with
the same queries with which we
face war rumors: Who told you?
How do you know it is true? If
each of us will not be misled by
such false issues and vote for
the individual candidate upon
his record, it will be the people's
choice and it will be the govern-
ment of the people rather than a
Very truly yours
MILTON R. WASMAN
TROY C. DAVIS
Troy C. Davis, a candidate for
the board of public instruction,
has resided in Miami, Florida, for
over eighteen years, practicing
as an attorney at the Dade Coun-
ty Bar. Married and has two
children attending Dade County
Born on a farm in Monroe
County, Georgia, graduate of
Young Harris (Georgia) College,
with A. B. degree, he served as
principal of high schools in Ap-
pling and Harlem, Columbia
County, Ga., for four years; of
Rock Spring High School, Atlan-
ta, Ga 1 year; and of Gordon,
Wilkinson County, Ga., High
School 1 year. Served as Deputy
Clerk of Superior Court, Clerk of
Ordinary's Court, and Justice of
the Peace in Columbia County,
Ga., and with this background
asks for support for his candi-
dacy. During the World War, he
served as private, sergeant, and
commissioned officer in machine
gun company and in machine gun
training center, and for past
three years, a member and vice-
chairman of District 9 (Dade
County) Welfare Board, serving
C. W. PETERS
"This election campaign comes
on the midst of the most critical
period in our history," C. W. Pet-
ers, candidate for. legislature,
group 3. stated. "What are the
people looking for at this time
in candidates who are offering
themselves for public office? I
believe they are not so much in-
terested in what candidates say
as they arc in men whom they
"No gra%'er problem ever con-
fronted the people of Florida
than are before us at this crucial
timeproblems, the solution of
which calls for the highest type
of ability, wisdom and experi-
ence that can be found in our
citizenry. The ever-increasing
burden of taxation coupled with
a diminishing income, will crush
us in time unless a remedy is
found. I propose to exert every
resource of mind and faculty
which I possess to find that rem-
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 and points
to his record in office as quali-
fication for the voters support.
"I have at all times been toler-
ant, unbiased and unprejudiced,"
Since being State Attorney
Worley to date has prosecuted
217 murder cases, securing 92
convictions, 25 acquittals; one
kidnapping case, one conviction;
ten rape cases, six convictions,
four acquittals. In addition, dur-
ing his administration, the Su-
preme 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 crim-
inals are safely lodged behind
barsor dead!" his supporters
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-
"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 reiterated in campaign-
ing in the second primary. Due
to the fact that this is a county-
wide race, as much as I would
like to do so, I am unable to call
on each one of my friends per-
sonally, I am expressing my ap-
preciation and gratitude for sup-
port given me and ask your con-
tinued endorsement that I may be
privileged to serve you as your
Defense Bonds are your surety
Young men and young wom-
en over the age of 18, high
school graduates to act as
counsellors for the Y.M.H.A.
Home Camp which starts June
15. For further details see
Mr. Maurice Grossman at the
TO 1 VOTfJS Of Dot
Don't Read Unless Interested in Clean Government
In politics as in war when the jig is up the losers intent on winning (regardless of the
cost) resort to all kinds of conniving, hit below the belt, start malicious rumors, distort-
ing the truth. Any thinking person considers the source and brands it for what it is
false propaganda, from unfair and hard losers.
CITIZENS! TAXPAYERS! PATRIOTS! VOTERS
Eliminate corruption. Your vote for a man who stands for, law, order and uncon-
trolled clean government is showing a solid front and giving courage of victory to all of
good will, who are giving their all for an all-out victory.
To the seekers of truththose who believe in law and order and in the spirit of
fair play. ASK ANYONE those who know him best, neighbors, friends, business
and professional leaderspeople of integrity ask THEM they will tell you about
The peoples choice for states attorney
"He will not betray your confidence."
Every dollar wasted in and for graft is a blow against us allthe United Nations.
Help make a solid home front.
Your Next States Attorney
Some liars figure, but figures don't lie.
First Primary Results for States Attorney
Ferguson 6693 MILLEDGE 22615 Worley 16069
Your continued support and vote May 26th is a forward step with respect for law
(This political add paid for by friends and supporters. Believers in fair play.)
Plans for the Y. M. H. A.'s
Annual Summer Home Camp
were announced this week by
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector of the organization. The
opening is tentatively scheduled
for June 15, and an enrollment of
more than 150 is anticipated.
Dr. Frank Coret
Will serve as president of Temple
Israel, Miami's Reform Congrega-
tion, by action of the annual elec-
tion recently held. He was re-
elected for the second term.
NAZIS REDUCE BREAD DOLE
FOR POLISH JEWS; 2 OUNCES
London (WNS)The Jews of
Nazi-occupied Poland, forbidden
by law to purchase meat, poultry,
fish, fresh vegetables, fruits, milk,
cream, butter and sugar, have
now been informed by Nazi Gov-
ernor Hans Frank that their daily
bread ration has been reduced to
two ounces per person.
Disclosure of the new stringent
reduction in the food rations for
Jews was made here by spokes-
men of the exiled Polish Govern-
ment. It was pointed out that
the fact that Polish Jews are
legally entitled to buy two ounces
of bread daily does not mean that
they are able to obtain the speci-
fied amount of bread.
As a result of the acute food
shortage and the continued Nazi
confiscation of food for the Ger-
man armies, the price of all
foods has sky-rocketed in Poland.
According to last reports a pound
of bread sold on the black mar-
ket for 14 zloty, or about $2.80.
Polish Jews working in slave
labor gangs and in Nazi muni-
tions factories do not earn any-
where near this amount.
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This Sunday evening, May 24
at 8 o'clock the first annual car-
nival and dance will be given un-
der the united auspices of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
its affiliated organizations, the
Sisterhood, the Men's Club, the
Senior League and the Social
Center League, with Leo Rob-
inson serving as the general
chairman of the affair. The car-
nival will be held at the American
Legion Hall, Alton and Lincoln
Roads through the courtesy of the
American Legion. A variety of
boths will be erected, a popular-
ity contest, a night club revue,
and various games will be feat-
ured. Bob Leers orchestra will
furnish the music. Soldiers ad-
mission will be free. The pro-
ceeds will go to the Center's
social hall which is now being
erected and which will be used
to entertain the men in uniform
stationed in the Miami Beach
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I Am Committed to the Pro-
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I Am For the Protection of
Property Owners from the
Ravages of the Tax
Old Age Pensions Must Be
Will Be An Ail-Out
For Dade County
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FRIDAY, MAY 22,
It's A Great Life!
Not many of the boys in the
service claim the distinction that
was Private William Wolf's last
week Bill, of the 579th tech-
nical squadron. Flight A. served
as guard of honor for Mrs. Elean-
or Roosevelt last week on her
tour of the Beach For a long
time to come he'll be chock full
of stories about the grand first
lady of the land.
Bill was chosen on the basis of
being one of the two neatest and
best dressed boys ... He and a
pal made the rounds of the hotels
with Eleanor and enjoyed every
minute of it.
What ordinarily might have
been an embarrassing situation
lor some of the lads in uniform in
one of the hotels became quite hi-
larous through the good humor
and wit of Mrs. Roosevelt .
Bill tells us that whin they en-
tered one glorified bunkhouse
the boys had not fully dr< ssed
yet With only their pants on,
they were in process of making
the beds Many faces began
to get a brilliant red upon the
entrance of Mrs. FDR. She
simply laughed as the boys began
to scurry around for their shirts
and saved the day by telling them
"That's all right, don't bother.
You know, I'm a mother to a
couple of army boys myself."
All in all. Bill and the rest of
the gang feel Mrs. FDR is a very
human sort of person Noth-
ing high hat about her.
Incidentally. Wolf, who former-
ly was stationed at Jefferson Bar-
racks (St. Louis) Mo., is one of
the very few boys without for-
mal college education who passed
the stiff exam for eligibilty to the
cadet school. He now is awaiting
The Hotel Evans houses one
soldier who was a stormy petrel
in New York and at the same time
a protege of Eleanor Roosevelt
when both were affiliated with a
national youth group of no small
proportion ... He is Joseph Lash,
one-time head or the American
Youth Congress, which purported
in 1939 to speak for over seven
million young Americans.
Launched in 1934 at the New
York University, the American
Youth Congress became the cen-
ter of a violent controversy. Mrs.
Roosevelt was one of its princi-
pal sponsors The organi/a-
tin foundered at a time when al-
leged communist infiltration
caused Mrs. Roosevelt to with-
draw her sponsorship ... At the
same time, Lash, too, severed his
connections with the group.
And now they meet again, the
sponsor and her protege, under
vastly different circumstances.
For Lady Eleanor paid a special
vist to the Evans in order to see
how Lasn was faring under army
One problem before the newly-
! organized army and navy com-
1 mittee of the Jewish Welfare
Board is that of Jewish food for
some of the boys quartered on
the beach. Rabbi A. Kellner
points out that the boy who has
become accustomed to Jewish
food often runs into dietary diffi-
culties in the army ... It isn't
even always the matter of Kash-
ruth. so much as a certain nos-
talgia for familiar tastes remin-
iscent of the old home.
An experience at the Y. M. H.
A. Saturday night at the service
mi is dance illustrates this need.
A group of Jewish soldiers from
the Bronx wore asked to express
a preference for food to be served
at future events And what
do you think they wanted? .
Nothing more or less than a pick-
led herring done in the Yiddishe
style, the way your mother used
to marinate it.
Note to the social and recrea-
tional committee: Why not have
a marinated herring night. H
should be a great drawing card.
Do you have a brother a son
or a relative in the armed forces
with whom you correspond. .
We would be happy to have you
send us any interesting letters
that you receive for publication
in this column Your letters
will be returned to you ur,
if you wish, give us a ring on the
phone and read us the letter .
How about it?
Additions to our list of loyal
volunteers: William Hertz, who
covered the hotels on the Beacb
for the AIM. Marvin Gold-
man, who knows how to make the
AZA boys function and himseli
doesn't pass up an opportunity
to work Mrs. Max Halporn.
who aided in our literature dis-
tribution Thank you all.
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BETH SHOLEM CENTER
OF NORTH BEACH
Beth Sholcm Center of North
Beach will temporarily hold ser-
vices at 4491 Royal Palm Avenue.
Miami Beach every Saturday.
This week due to the SheVUOS
holiday, services will also be held
The regular weekly meeting of
the Center will be held Thurs-
day. May 28th. at 8 p. m. at the
home of Mr. Isador S. Perse. 4444
Nautilus Drive. Miami Beach.
Residents interested are invited
Dr. Max Ellis, chairman, may
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mation at 58-2188.
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be presented with miniature To-
rah scrolls. Joseph A. Berman,
school superintendent, will pre-
side Dr. S. Bcnsion will deliver
an address. Rabbi Spitz, educa-
tional director, will announce the
summer school plan for the child-
ren. Ethel Baron will play and
all the class presidents of the 12
classes will tell the story of the
school educational progress. An
exhibit will display the children s
work. Parents and friends are
cordially invited. To round out
the season a picnic will be Riven
for the children on Sunday morn-
ing, May 31st. Last Sunday
morning the assembly was ad-
dressed by Lieut. Belkin who
spoke on "I Am An American
At a special meeting held last
Tuesday night the Sisterhood em-
phasized the importance of its
rummage sale. All members and
friends of the Sisterhood and of
the Center are urged to bring
their cast of things to the Center
for the rummage sale. A large
number of women also volun-
teered to assist in the annual car-
nival. The donors quota lunch-
eon at the Center was a very
jollv affair last Monday noon.
Services of Congregation Shaa-
rei Tefila temporarily located at
1527 Washington Avenue, Miami
Beach, are scheduled for Friday
at 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., and
Saturday at 9 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will
conduct the services and will
speak during the Friday morning
services on the subject, "Con-
firmation of the Adult." During
the Saturday morning services
his subject will be "The Restless-
ness of Our Parents."
Yiskor memorial services will
take place Saturday at 10:30 a.
m. All are welcome.
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Shovuos services Friday at 8
p. m. Confirmation of Roger H.
Arnstine of Hollywood. Relig-
ious School. Sunday at 10 a. m.
Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30 a.
m. Sewing for the Red Cross,
British War Relief Society. Bun-
dles for America, etc.. Tuesday
from 12:30 to 5 p. m.
"A Liberal Synagogue serving
Hollywood. Fort Lauderdale. and
all ol Broward County."
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incorporated city of Albuquerque
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one is a dream, and as it's a
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