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The Jewish Floridian ( January 3, 1941 )

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wJewislh Floridian w COMBINING YtUB JlBWS$Kl HJlllity ## fOLUME 14—No. 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS EDERATION OPENS 1941 $125,515 CAMPAIGN Solomon Goldman to ddress Mass Meeting ot Xami Jewry Sunday Night %  HECTOR JOFFE PLEADS FOB UNIT! taugurating the 1941 Camof the Greater Miami JewFederation to raise $125,515, u Jewry will assemble Sunmorning at 10:30 o'clock at Vlcazar Hotel, Campaign Quarters, for final instrucat *he "Kick-off BreakAll captains and workers Texpected to be present and campaign procedure outin detail. Solomon Goidman, a naN1 figure in the world scene y, will speak at the mass sting and rally sponsored by feration Sunday evening at iple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St. isolicitation of funds will be le nor any charge for fission He came to Miami lially for the event and the of his address will be H — What Future." Goldman was the presiof the Z. O. A. in 1939 and jairman of the United JewAppeal for refugees and seas needs. f. Goldman is one of the forescholars in the American fit. He has taken an active in the major Jewish comil enterprises of this counid has also played a leadart in the civic affairs of jo, where he has been rabthe Anshe Emet Congrega|for the past eleven years, of the outstanding personin the movement for the lilding of the Jewish home1CONTINUED ON PAGE On the eve of Federation's 1941 Campaign. I address myself to the members of our community of Greatef Miami with a single plea:—a plea for unity— unity for many purposes— First a united, virile and successful campaign, over the top of the $125,515.00 goal—Second, the strengthening and unification of all elements composing our community, all working for a common cause.—Third, a unity of purpose, so that, as a result of our activity in Federation and its annual Campaign, there will come about a complete coordination of all Jewish activities in the Greater Miami area. Is this too much to hope for? I believe not. I have the utmost confidence in the innate ability of every Jew in Miami to rise to his or her responsibility in creating in our city a citadel of strength and unity which will be as a beacon light guiding every Jewish community in the United States. It can be done if only we will it. But our immediate task before us is the 1941 Campaign. The goal is $125,515.00—the dates are January 5 to January 15—the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) *.-M > %  i#aO ltAAC JOCPC, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GREATER MIAMI PEDERATION DR. SOLOMON GOLDMAN One of the foremost scholars in the American pulpit, who will address Miami Jewry Sunday night at a mass meeting and rally held at Temple Israel. 137 N. E. 19th Street. His Theme will be "Jews—What Future?" It will be time well spent to hear this noted figure. M. J. KOPELOWITZ General Campaign Chairman FEDERATION SABBATH All religious institutions of the Greater Miami Area will feature "Federation" this Friday evening when representatives of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will speak. Mr. Isaac Joffe. executive director of Federation, will occupy the pulpit of Temple Israel. His topic will be "Whither." At Beth David Congregation. Mr. Stanley C. Myers. president of Federation, will address the audience. The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will hear Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A. and chairman of the speakers' bureau of the Federation. Miami Beach Beth Jacob Congregation will be addressed by Mr. Leo Robinson, president of the American Bank It Trust Company and treasurer of Federation. Federation President Calls Upon Community To Aid In Alleviating Suffering Yesterday I wrote to the members of the Greater Miami Jewish community, advising them of the opening of Federation's 1941 Campaign, on January 5. and requesting them to give a listening ear and an open pocketbook to the volunteer worker who will call upon them. I posed the question which may be asked of the worker: "What will I get if I give?" Here is the answer you will get: First: Convenience — this is the once-a-year campaign in Greater Miami for all Jewish causes. It saves you being asked for contributions to 41 separate Jewish institutions and agencies. Second: Security — the alleviation of the refugee problem abroad will minimize the repercussions in this country. We should not fool ourselves. What happens to our brethren abroad does affect our security at home. Third: The position of respectability in the community among your fellow men — both for yourself and for your family. Fourth: A sense of peace in your soul in the knowledge that you, in this most tragic period (CONTINUED ON PACE 3) On the eve of the 1941 Federation campaign, I call upon every man, woman and child of the Greater Miami Jewish community to joyously assume his and her share of the tremendous responsibility that is ours in the coming year. There is something amazing and enthralling about our welfare fund campaign. Hundreds of our co-religionists this coming Sunday morning will start a canvass of our community, soliciting contributions for the support of more than forty Jewish causes This united effort of a united community to serve our people is in itself stimulating and inspiring. But it is yet more inspiring to contemplate the results of this united effort. The fund! collected will be put into the Federation pocketbook and then will be distributed through channels of Jewish charity to strengthen the bodies and the minds of our American Jewish youth, to relieve and alleviate human suffering and misery in our own country arid in Europe. Every dollar that will be giver* will be divided intelligently and equitably, at the least possible expense, among causes where that dollar will do the most good in these trying times. But there is something about this 1941 campaign that is tragic and dramatic, too. It is almost (CONTINUED ON PACE 7) STANLEY C. MYERS, PRESIDENT OREATER MIAMI FEDERATION aaaa-^—^^a



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PAGE TWO +Jewish HcrkHan FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 2S 1 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P O. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor Entered as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Oftce of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 $1.00 ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS MIAMTFLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 1 GREATER HEIGHTS To each man, woman and child of Greater Miami the Federation campaign brings a message—a personal one, a compelling one. It is the battle cry calling upon the individual to step forward and be counted in this humanitarian undertaking, challenging him to fill the gaps of worldly needs, necessities, and demands aided by the priceless values of the realization of a rightful responsibility. In the course of the past weeks The Jewish Floridian has given generous space to the preliminary preparations of the once-a-year fund raising effort of the Federation with 41 overseas, national, regional, and local agencies receiving support. It is inconceivable that there are still among us men. women, and children not familiar with the Jewish tragedy and needs both here and abroad, and the active pait Americn Jews have taken and are taking in order to bring relief, existence, succor, rehabilitation and improvement to our people. Relief, existence, and success to our brethren overseas! Men, women and children without a country, shunned and despised victims of an inhuman cruelty in a state of absolute helplessness. They need homes—food-shelter—they need hope! Oui fellow Jews worthy of our loyalty and generosity look to us, their only source, in this hour of their need. We have helped them in the past. We cannot let them down at the present. Our efforts and actions can rescue them from doom. Our efforts and actions can help thousands of refugees find a new home in Palestine and promote the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland, which has grown in strength and in amazing numbers in spite of all obstacles and difficulties. Our efforts can aid in the adjustment and integration of refugees in the United States so that they may start life anew. The United Jewish Appeal comprising the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and the National Relugee Service receiving the money our Federation has allocated for overseas needs are agencies whose many years of experience and accomplishments places them in a position to carry out large scale relief and resettlement operations, if the necessary funds are forthcoming. Our efforts through Federation will enable us to look to our defenses, to strengthen them, and to encourage them by pro viding the means by which they may carry on. It is evident that the best defenses for the Jew lies in its future generations, in its Jewish teaching, Jewish thinking and character organizations, as the Young Men's Hebrew Association and the united local Jewish education project, Federation participants. In addition to which through our support we keep alive and help civic, protective, cultural, health, and welfare agencies, Yeshivahs, the Hias. the Ort, the Youth Aliyah. Money is a puny sacrifice compared to sacrifices made and that will have to be made with the lack of financial aid to these recipients. The calibre of the leadership of our Federation is one of which any community may be proud. Federation's record and accomplishments in its short existence speak for themselves. The task ahead is clearly defined. It is real. It is challenging. With the entire community showing the manifestation, the will, the determination, the fortitude, and the cooperation. Federation will reach its goal and the Jewish citizenry of Miami will attain greater heights, recognized as a people that have realized their responsibility. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY As you read this column, you ; will have said good-bye to 1940 j and will have ushered in 1941 with the appropriate ceremonies and festivities. After thai. I hope all of us will be in a position. ready, able and willing, to continue the vast job that lies ahead of us in the coming year. With all the accomplishments of the past year, the Y. M. H. A. has but scratched the surface. The real work, that of erecting a new Community Center building, is still before us. This can be accomplished only with the full cooperation of every Jewish man and woman in this vicinity. May 1 urge you to put your shoulders to the wheel and work with us to that end when called upon to do so. WINS HONORABLE MENTION In October. 1939, the Dade County Juvenile Council offered a loving cup to that organization who, in the next twelve calendar months, beginning October 1, 1939. will have done the most to prevent juvenile delinquency Over twenty-five organizations competed for this prize. The cup was won by one of the local organizations who did a splendid job with negro boys. The Y. M H. A. and four other organizations won honorable mention in this contest This fact shows that we are recognized as a character youth building agency by the county authorities. The fact that none of our members has ever been involved in any juvenile delinquency has influenced the judges a great deal in giving us honorable mention CAVALCADE OF STARS Herman Waitsman and Leo Robinson, co-chairmen of the Cavalcade of Stars committee. arc busy preparing details for this gigantic event which will take place on Saturday midnight. January 25 at the Plaza Theatre This year there will be so I many artists in this vicinity that we urge at this time all of you to make your reservations for tickets early because, from present indications, the demand will be so large that it will be hard to accommodate everybody. Our motto will be •'First come, first served."' SUNDAY NIGHT BASKETBALL On Sunday night. January 5. at 8:30 o'clock, the Y will start its first seasonal basketball game at the Y athletic field when it will compete with the Cunningham Team of the City League. This latter team recently defeated the Y. M. C. A. and' is composed of former high school stars of this great sport. Members of the Y team who will play Sunday night are Mickey Lubel. Davis Lackowitz. Jack Rosen, Stanley Tinter. Ken Kasselman. Stanley Weintraub. Sam Kelser. Dancing will follow immediately after the game. It is planned to have a basketball game every Thursday and Sunday nights during the months of January. February and March. Season tickets for all the games are available and may be had from the Y office for $1.50 per season ticket. Single admissions will be 35c. Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chairman of the special projects committee, announces that classes in interior decorating will be re(CONTINUED ON PACE 6) FROM ABROAD Since Mussolini entered the war his compulsory collaboration with Hitler has so depleted Italy's food supply that even the Fascist leaders are beginning to get worried Fruit and vegetables particularly, of which Italy used to have an overabundance, are now becoming rare delicacies throughout the pennsula Latest newspaper reports at the time of writing have the Nazis en route to Hellas We'd like it better if the last two letters of Hellas were omitted Which leminds us to tell you that if the Greeks continue routing the Italians Hitler may teach Mussolini a lesson by taking over Northern Italy and the rest of France ... We have it the authority of a distinguished antiFascist Italian that the grandmother of Count Ciano, Mussolini's son-in-law, bore the maiden name Halevi Winchell gleefully reports a Berlin broadcast of a couple of weeks ago in which the Nazis went to special trouble to explain that they didn't care if Walter and Bishop Manning were opposed to Hitlerism, because nobody ever heard of Winchell or the Bishop, anyway .. From England comes the story of the small boy who was comforting an old lady frightened by a thunderstorm "That wasn't Hitler, lady." said the air-raid-hardened youngster, "that was God—and he won't hurt you" HERE AND NOW Congratulations to PM, which after six months still is known as Manhattans new afternoon paper, for its expose of Fifth Columners and anti-Semitic infiltration in these United States Felicitations to the Overseas Press Club on getting rid of member George Sylvester Viereck. a prominent Hitler-lover The power behind the anti-English propaganda here, they say, is one W. R. Davis, an oil man with big business relations with the Nazis What's this about anti-Semitism in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra? Jewish members are growing scarcer than hen's teeth, we hear, since Hans Lange became boss there It's Walter Winchell whose tip on the Princess Stefanie Hohenlohe. that "Honorary Aryan" whom Hitler can have with our compliments, led to the deportation proceedings against her And we must pass on to you his latest descriptive phrase for the atmosphere in New York's Nazi section—"malice in Bunderland." JEWISH NEWS The leaders of New York's Yeshiva College nurse the forlorn hope that Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog of Palestine, who now is on his way to this country, may be prevailed upon to become the successor of the late Dr. Bernard Revel in the presidency of the College ... To us it looks, however, as if the one who will inherit Dr. Revel's seat is Rabbi Leo Jung, who combines scholarship with administrative ability .Inside news is that the membership campaign of the Zionist Organizaiton of America is going over with a bang The split between the Joint Distribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal is beyond repair, notwithstanding all kinds of peace rumors that you may hear in the near future The New Zionist Organization, which consists of followers of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky, is preparing to send a delegation to South Africa to obtain political and financial support for the establishment of a Jewish army in this war Seen down in the lower East Side during the recent Christmas shopping season was a Santa Claus, in full costume, who spoke fluent Yiddish to the neighborhood kids ... The Broadway Central Hotel, long a center of East Side social life, is beginning to take the first word in its name more seriously, and is opening a night club on the premises TRUE STORY The recent visit of Governor John Moses of North Dakotahe's not Jewish, by the way—to the White House, recalled to the President a curious coincidence that took place a quarter of a century ago, when he was Assistant Secretary of the Navy It seems that he had chosen the name Israel, after an American Captain, for one of the Navy's new destroyers While Roosevelt was going over the personnel list for the destroyer an aide came into his office with another personnel list for another destroyer, named Moses ... The coincidence struck Roosevelt as so funny that he burst out laughing, whereupon the aide inquired whether there was anything wrong with the crew lists. And the question made the future president laugh some moretor the lists of officers for the two boats were headed by the names Murphy and O'Reilly. z STAGE AND SCREEN Charlie Chaplin, the last hold-out against the talkinq film. may yet find himself featured on the sound-track of a film in wh !?, he r won EK*" a a" • • • It seems that his Hitler speeches A I „! ?lc,a,or soun d so much more like Adolfthan do the efforts of any other Hollywood actor that ParamoA* is going to ask Charhe ,o lend them his voice for a picture in whS? they need such a speech ... Tip to soldiers and sailor*? JU Jolson has arranged that any man in Uncle Sam's armed J* SLfS T V v a *? ,i Cket ,0r hU musical ^omijy !" ^ Hold On To Your Hats The Ens


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 +Jewish fHrldlar PAGE THREE The 19th bi-annual Tau Epsilon national convention was held at Hollywood Beach Hotel Dec. 25-28. This was an event of last week, with over 200 delegates and guests attending. The affair opened Wednesday night with a dance at the Tau Xi Chapter's house at the University of Miami. Thursday night a dinner was held on the boardwalk of the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Friday night a stag banquet, and tne feature of the evening was a special race named in honor of the fraternity at the Hollywood Kennel Club. Saturday afternoon Tropical Park honored the organization by also featuring a race in their honor. The convention was brought to a successful close with a dinner dance at the Hollywood Country Club. Guest speakers at the convention were Edmund I. Kaufman, president of the Zionist Organization of America; Rabbi Max Shapiro of Miami, who gave the opening invocation of the convention; Mayor R. B. Springer of Hollywood, who gave the welcoming address. Election of officers for the national chapter was held at the business meetings. Mr. Louis Heiman of Miami was general chaiman of the affai. • • • Joseph Dryer and son Arthur of I New York City arrived in Miami Christmas Day to spend a three week vacation on Miami Beach. Sid Shane was host at a party in their honor at the Edsinger Hotel yesterday. • • • Miss Goldie Klugman of Savannah, Ga., is visiting in Miami during the holiday season. Miss Klugman is the fiance of Mr. Charles Adelman. • • • Miss Ida Cohen of Pittsburgh was entertained by Mrs. B. L. Cohan of 1233 10th Street, Miami Beach this past week. o SOCIETY >& RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor Rabbi Kolomon Kellner. father of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, left Wednesday after spending the Chanuka holidays with his son and daughter-in-law. A reception in his honor was hi Id Sunday at tne home of Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner. Several hundred people attended. Rabbi Kellner is the Rabbi of the Poaei Zedeke Congregation in Passaic, N. J., and is chaplain of the Jewish Was Veteran Post there. • • • The men and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi held their second annual Chanuka latkeh party Sunday night. Close to three hundred people attended. The proceeds will go towards the Nachlat Herzog and other Mizrachi land projects in Palestine. The next meeting will be held at the Beth Jacob synagogue in the form of a melaveh malkeh Saturday night. January 25. • • • The wedding of Miss Edithye Ourisman of Washington, D. C. and Harold M. Blicher of Miami was solemnized New Year's Day at the St. Moritz Hotel. After a honeymoon trip the couple will reside in Miami. • • • Alvin F. Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardner, returned to Atlanta Southtrn Dental College to resume his studies after spending the holidays in Miami. • • • Mr and Mrs. Bernard of Brooklyn, N. Y.. are visiting Mrs. Bernard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Drewich, 420 S. W. 61st Ct. THE ONLY VEGETARIAN BEANS FOR ME! %  wswfi '•^ %  ILeWfSr. Baking in Hot, Dry Ovens Gives These Kosher Beans Their "Home-Mode" Flavor. 0) Back in the old country, grandma inherited a secret from her mother. In making Cholent, she learned that only thorough baking could impart the taste that made the dish tempting. Heinz chefs are heirs to that same secret. Heinz Vegetarian Beans are baked through and through — not boiled. That's why Heinz leads the field by a mile in the sale of Vegetarian Beans. Ask your Kosher delicatessen or your grocer which brand all his customers prefer. MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS General Chairman Women's Division of Federation Campaign KOSHER • PAREVE Look on the label (or this seal of approval of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. VEGETARIAN OVEN-BAKED % %  ^M^^Wtofc*. £M Yehudi Menuhin. boy prodigy of yesterday and today considered by many critics as the greatest violin genius of this age. will play for the first time in Miami next Monday evening at the White temple. Yehudi was just 10 months old when he attended his first concert, smuggled in for a matinee performance of the SanFrancisco Symphony orchestra, by his parents, who could not afford a nurse to take care of yehudi Menuhin in those days. He learned to say Bach and Mendelssohn simultaneously with "Abba" and "Ima" (Hebrew for father and mother, which he still uses), could handle the bow of a violin at two. had mastered the fingering at three, began his studies with Louis Persinger at four. and made his first public appearance at seven as soloist in the same hall where he had enjoyed his first musical experience and with the same orchestra. Two years of study in Europe with Busch and Enesco readied the "wunderkind" for the performance of the Beethoven Concerto with the New York Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in 1927 that echoed round the world, linking the name of the plump little blue eyed, blond haired boy with the greatest immortals of the violin. During the past year Menuhin has contributed, through benefit performances, over $89,000 to War Relief. the last, at Carnegie Hall on Dec. 2nd, drew over $20,000. Tickets for the Menuhin concert are now on sale at Philpitt's. 36 N. Miami Ave. The famed Alamac Hotel, just recently acquired by the Andron Hotel Company, from the Mountain House. Haines Falls, N. Y„ and also from the Senator Hotel. Miami Beach, has planned a very elaborate and original program of activity for the entire winter. Johnny Wright and his orchestra have been engaged for the entire season and they have already launched the musical schedule of the season. Interesting and specialty programs have been planned for every evening. Final plans for the Beth Jacob Sisterhood banquet program to be held at the London Arms Hotel Wednesday evening. January 8th, at 7:30 p. m.. have been completed. The officers to be installed are Mrs. B. H. London, president, for the fourth consecutive year; Mrs. M. Kreiger, first vice president; Mrs. A Berow. second vice president; Mrs. R. Bernkopf, third vice president; Mrs. M. Mamches. recording secretary; Mrs. R. Kelemer, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Wucher. financial secretary; Mrs. J. Shapiro, treasurer; Mrs. M. Mescheloff, auditor. Mrs. M. Kreiger will be in charge of the program and will serve as installing officer. Mrs. Mescheloff will deliver the invocation. Mrs. M. Frank will give the closing benediction. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be the principal speaker. Miss Malvina Weiss will introduce the evening's talent which will include Cantor M. Mamches, Mrs. H. Turk, monologist; Miss Dorothy Lightman, dramatics; Mrs. H. Faber, vocalist; Mr. A. Bramson, flutist, and a well known orchestra. On the ticket committee are mesdames S. Blank, L Mintzer. A. Slome A. Berow. A. J. Tobin. R. Bernknopf, J. Morris, D. Becker, A. Lipowsky, J. Albert, H. Gottesman, R. Jamison, B. Turchin, A. Auslander, and I. Spivak. Reservations can be made with the committee or at the hotel. Mrs. Martin Biedeiman and daughter Ruth of New York, are spending the holidays in Miami Beach at the Glades Hotel and are visiting Mrs. Biederman's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pritzker. Mrs. Biederman's husband, Mr. Biederman, is associated with the St. Clair hospital of New York. They will return home next week. • • • Dr. George J. Rosenthal. Miami attorney, died Tuesday of a heart attack. He came here 22 years ago from New York, and was a physician as well as a lawyer. He was a charter member of B'nai B'rith lodge, and the Young Men's Hebrew Association. • • • Mrs. Eva Gelder. 2360 S. W. 16th Terrace, died Tuesday in a local hospital. She came here 17 years ago from Chicago. She is survived by two sons, J. E. Gelder of Los Angeles and Harris H; a daughter, Mrs. Hazel G. Reichenback of Miami, and a sister. Funeral services were held with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officating. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spaet announce the birth of a child Saturday at Jackson Memorial Hospital. ROOM AND BOARD STRICTLY KOSHER MRS. A. GOLDBERGER 1628 S. W. 11th STREET Soils Phone 7-6464 L.C. MORRIS Paving, Trucking, Grading Rock, Sand Fills and Soils Specializing in Pulverized Soils 3738 N. W. 18th Ave. Miami Florida GOOD-BYE, WE'RE G0\H"' To Our Many Jewish Friends HOLIDAY GREETINGS PHONE 4-3114 For Raw and Pasteurized Products W. H. Thomas Dairy 901 S. 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^ FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 PAGE FOUR Jk€LA EPA THE KEY TO HAPPINESS IS CONTENTMENT by RABBI LEONARD 3. MERVIS Temple Beth EL Pensacola. Florida •nspires it It has no protection against adversity It is not contentment; it is sell-congratulaOne the persistent questions .,1 mankind a question that wih as long as there are people on car::. is n can achieve happiness. In this little essay I would like to suggest that happiness is inconceivable witl out contentment. Let us expiore the relationship of contentment and happiness. Her.ry Ward Beecher. the famous minister of the last cenenry. once remarked that ;n his lifetime he had seen only 12 contented faces. This renowned preacher who through reputation and travel met the best known people of his day could report only a dozen contented persons among his acquaint. This is all the more surng when we realize that %  ntment is something uni, :y sought. Not everyone s wealth. Not everyone desires education. Not everyone desires power. But contentment is %  ed bv all. For content is considered a key to happiness. y • it is a rare quality, ever. rare than most of us un,_.: %  Often when we think we content with what we u -. with what we are. our | is far removed from true • tment Sometimes w take self-congratulation for conlent In this mood we are -.akers who find a prepond>f assets over deficits, .:' ver sorrows. What would j y if we found our table not i laden with food and the larder -. filled with provisions" Would we say. -This is also for the best?" Many of us would not. Instead we are fair weather enthuiasts who register satisfaction -..;. under ideal conditions. Such Contentment is the essence of selfishness. It is dependent upon exterior circumstances. It draws its inspiration from clear skies and smooth sailing and hence lasts only as long as that which tion. ... Self-congratulation brings worship. You say to yours, lam content with what I have. Thank God. I have a home. I have my health. My children are happv. Look at my neigh oor.. He at his home. He has suffered misfortune after another. As you reflect upon your good fortune, you become conscious of the part you played through your wisdom, diligence, and energy in bringing about your superior position. You say to your' self: "If m>' neighbor had worked I as hard as I. he would not be in the difficult situation that he is today" Instead of a contented person, you are now a self-congratulator and self-worshipper. You are forgetting that so many good things are yours just by accident of birth. Suppose you lived in Europe or China. How far would you get even : w: h y 0U r thrift, industry, and rtive? The truly contented person does not speak slightingly %  Stht rtunate but remembers that they are people like him. self but they are victims of circumstances and he is favored by conditions. The philosophy of the i self-congratulator and self-wor; shipper is that life is a series of steps to be ascended, a series of gains to be won. To them the steps are not final goals but are approaches to further desires Sincere Holiday Greetings PENSACOLA SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1407 N. Palafax Ph. 5510 PENSACOLA. FLA. CONTINUED FKOM PAGE *J HOLIDAY GREETINGS THEODORE CLAFES Wholesale OYSTERS and SHRIMP 609 S. Palafax Dial 3408 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS WEBB FLORIST Mobile Highway Dial 2413 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS CLARK'S SERVICE STATION AND GROCERY Ferrypass Road Ph. 9796 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DAVIS HAT CLEANING


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 'Jewls*ncrldUan PAGE FIV1 THE KEY TO HAPPINESS IS CONTENTMENT (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) and further achievements. These people go from step to step, restless, discontented. Their theme song is: "If I shall have this, I shall be happy. If next year, I can send my son to college, pay taxes and take a little vacation, then I shall be content." The next year comes. He sends his son to college; he pays his taxes and enjoys a vacation in the mountains; but still his heart is not satisfied. He is already concerned with next year's joy and next year's favor. The spirit of contentment speaks in a different manner. It realizes that the conditions that bring fortune today may not exist tomorrow. The contented person realizes that just when he is surest the "solid walls of his existence may be turned to tremulous branches and he may be out among the winds, under the stars where nothing is fixed. He may have to go from field to field. The landscape will change constantly. The ground under his feet will now be barren and now be rich. But realizing that the uncertainties of life are not the exception nor the bane of existence, but the very rule and joy of life, he faces the open sky with head erect in anticipation of the earth's mysteries and unchangefulness." Because his most fixed condition is not really fixed, but sure of disturbance and exposed to all the HOLIDAY GREETINGS BOBE'S GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS 2107 Cervantes Ph. 9238 PENSACOLA. FLA. winds of change, because of this, not despite this, life to him is an adventure that he is happy to explore. In addition to self-congratulators and self-worshippers, there are those who confuse contentment with self-satisfaction. There are many who think they are fulfilling God's will and who are satisfied with their lot in life because year after year finds them no worse off than the year before. They thank God that they have the same fortunes, the same prejudices, the same fears, the same routine, and the same troubles. They think they are content. In reality their contentment is nothing more than stagnation of the spirit. They live in an area of mental hibernation where new vistas of experience and new frontiers ol learning are unknown. "Is this contentment," a writer has asked, "to hope for nothing, to aspire to nothing, to strive for nothing, in short to rest in inglorious ease, do nothing, for your own or other's improvement, satisfied with the conditions in which you or they are placed?" Let people beware of this type of contentment. For it is a smoke screen to hide inactivity and unconcern. It is a soothing logic to justify complacency. It is time to admit that when we reply to one who seeks our help that he should be thankful for what he has, it is time to admit that we have degraded contentment into self-satisfaction. I am not trying to belittle the value of contentment. I merely want to convey the thought that contentment is not complete without humility. The contented person must be able to say with the Patriarch Jacob, "I am unworthy of all the kindnesses and the truth which Thou hast bestowed upon me, O God." He must know that he might be more favored but not more deserving nor better than his fellowman. He must realize that circumstances which work to his advantage and place him in a position of superiority today might tomorrow disappear and hurl him downward on the road to failure. If that day should come, he must have the courage to face the altered scene with determined faith. Courage is the foundation upon which true contentment rests. Where there is fear, there contentment is in jeopardy. The courageous person can be satisfied with little, much or nothing. The fearful person never feels secure. Fear will drain the well of contentment. Courage will keep it brimming. Hence contentment is incomplete without courage. It is also incomplete without idealism. In every contented person there must be the leaven of idealism working silently and strongly to j keep the spirit fresh, the mind I alert, and the heart attuned to i the needs of mankind. Wherever a person may be on the ladder of success or failure, he must always be content, but never selfsatisfied. Forever he must seek a richer life for himself and his brothers. In the quality of his seeking is the quality of the person he becomes. He is not restless, but growing, not agitated but maturing, not disturbed but rising to his full stature. Let's summaribe in this mathematical fashion. Contentment minus humility is self-worship. Contentment minus courage is selfcongratulation. Contentment minus idealism is self-satisfaction. Contentment plus humility, plus courage, plus idealism add up to peace, happiness, and usefullness. Such is the arithmetic of contentment. This type of contentment which is grounded in courage, humilit.y and idealism is the only basis for happiness in this war-plagued world. He who tries to achieve happiness on any other basis deceives but himself. The sweep of today's events passes none of us by. We cannot escape their consequences. Sooner or later they will overtake us. Meet them with courage, humility and idealism. There is no other way. Happiness belongs only to the strong! (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) HOLIDAY GREETINGS PFEIFFER'S BAKERY 207 E. Intendencia Ph. 3346 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PALAFAX HOTEL PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS STRAND THEATER PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS IAS. McMURRY Plumber 47 E. Gregory St. Ph. 2325 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PENSACOLA PACKING CO. 1413 W. Govt. Ph. 6716 PENSACOLA, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS • NOWAK BROS. DAIRY Grade A Pasteurized and Raw Milk Early Morning Deliveries Throughout Pensacola Warrington Naval Air Station DIAL 9254 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TILLER'S CLEANERS We Deliver in Pensacola DIAL 5839 PENSACOLA. FLA. Holiday Greetings McCORMACK ROOFING CO. Sheet Metal Work Any Typo Any Kind Free Estimates 24-26 W. Govt. St. Dial 3777 Pensacola. Fla. HOLIDAY GREETINGS ED LEE PACKARD AND STUDEBAKER Sales fc Service 211 N. Palafax Ph. 5-1112 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TARANTO DRUG CO. We Specialize in the Accurate Filling of Prescriptions Drugs Sundries FREE DELIVERY 1300 E. Gadsden Dial 2124 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GEORGE E. MINER Texaco Service Certified Lubrication Washing Polishing 1518 N. Palafax Dial 9272 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS for Jews, have done your duty. There is not much more I can say, except to add that if our goal of $125,515.00 is to be reached, every Jewish man, woman and child in Greater Miami must respond, and respond generously. Let us demonstrate to the entire Jewry of the United States that in Miami every member of our Community gives not "as little as he can get away with," but "as much as his generous heart dictates." I have every confidence that we will not fail our suffering brethren abroad, and that we will also lend our support to the maintenance of our local and national institutions. WEST FLORIDA TRUCK & TRACTOR CO.. INC. T. N. Clyatt, Mgr. "International Trucks" 106 W. Rowana Ph. 4012 PENSACOLA, FLA. Holiday Greetings CRABTREE'S GARAGE ft SERVICE STATION Complete Auto Service 201 W. Cervantes Dial 9268 Pensacola, Fla. Holiday Greetings McCURLEY SALES SYSTEM Manufacturers Of Signs Sales NEON Displays Service 126 E. Govt. Dial 9611 Pensacola, Fla. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS RUNYAN MACHINE & BOILER WORKS Welding and Machine Works "JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS" 800 South Palafax Phone 6263 PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS RHODES COLONS FURNITURE CO. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Corner Palafax and Chase Phone 4164 PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS J. H. MYRICK FEEDS DIAL 4159 GOULDING. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS APPELGATE GRAIN CO. MANUFACTURERS OF CROWN FEED 308 South Tarragona PENSACOLA. FLA. Phone 3443 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS WELCH'S DAY AND NIGHT WRECKER SERVICE 110 S. Tarragona Phone 2364 PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS HUGH GILMORE REFRIGERATION SERVICE 1624 East Lloyd Street PENSACOLA. FLA. Phone 46S2



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PAGE SIX +JminarMkMn FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 ACLA g FL IW)A DIRECTOR JOFFE PLEADS FOil UNIT! (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) agencies and causes benefiting by our contributions number forty-one. ranging from overs* as and refugee relief to many national hospitals, institutions and agencies defending the Jewish name, and last, but not least, the strengthening of our own local activities, such as Miami Refugee Committee. Y. M H. A. and the great cause of Jewish Education, both for the youth and the adult population of our community. With Federation supporting forty-one worth-while needy organizations. Greater Miami Jewry cannot — must not — will not fail in this tremendous undertaking. The New War stands before us. beckoning us to meet it \\'ith outstretched hands and upon hearts, and with the hope and prayer on our lips that the year 194! will see a just and lasting peace restored to this troubled world, and Democracy and the democratic way of life safely protected for all time from the threat of dictators and enemies of humanity. FORTRESS "Palestine has become a vital bastion in the defense not alone of Britain but of Jews the world over: and not alone of Jewry but of all free nun. of human right everywhere The battle of the British people, the battle of Palestine, the battle of world Jewry, the battle of the rights of J< WS. for the rights of man. is now all attli. one and in livisi —Sir Norman Angi II sumed Wednesday afternoon. January 8 Registration for tap and ballet dancing class, to be conducted by Mrs. Milton A. Friedman, will be held at the Y next Tuesday afternoon. January 7 at 3:30 o'clock. All interested please see Mrs. Friedman at that time. Once m re we want to emphasis thi fact that this class will | be open to children whose fathers are members of the Y Seni i Di' >;on. Y LEADS AGAIN We aii. pleased to announce that Abe Berkovitz and Nat Blumberg won the class B and C championships respectively in the Orange Bowl Duckpin Tournament held last Sunday afternoon Once more th. Y stands out in front because of the splendid array of athletes of which the respective projects can boast. G :> gratulations. Abe and Nat. NEWS ROUND TOWN Next week's issue will be honored by having as columnist our president. Dr. Sam Beckman. i Mr and Mrs Harry Schwartz and son Douglas and daughter Roberta extend to all members and friends of the Y. M. H. A. a most Happy and Prosperous 1941: I Miami Section will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, January 7th at the Evans Hotel ballroom. Miami Beach at 2 p. m. The change in date is due to the fact that the regular meeting falls on Wednesday. January 1st. Now Year's Day. The board of directors will meet for luncheon at 12 p. m. on Tuesday at the Evans Hotel, preceding the regular meeting. The program committee will present the "Contributions of the Volunteer in a Well-Organized Social Welfare Program.'' Mrs. Sadye G Rose, director of the Jewish Wi [fare Bureau, and Miss Clara Robinson of Jackson Memorial Hospital Social Service Department, will be in charge. A musical program will follow. We extend an invitation to all visiting Council members to attend our meeting. Also to visit our office whenever they see fit during their vacation in Miami. Miami Section is again to be host to Miss Anna Kaufman, chief of Port and Dock Service of the National Council of Jewish Women, on January 27th and 28th. Our general membership tea will be held during Miss Kaufman's visit and all new members joining will have the honor of being inducted into membership byMiss Kaufman personally. Mrs. Ben Frackman, membership chairman. Miami Beach, and Mrs. Al Green, membership chairman of Miami, and their committees, are working very diligently to make this the biggest membership class that Miami Section ever had. Council Forum is held every Friday afternoon throughout the winter season. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PENSACOLA BOILER WORKS 28 S. Brue Dial 3234 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS RUTH'S BEAUTY SHOP Thiesen Bldg. Dial 6216 PENSACOLA, FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS R. H. IRWIN RADIO SERVICE All Makes Home and Auto Radios Serviced All Work Fully Guaranl 14 S. Bayler Dial 3389 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PROGRESS MATTRESS COMPANY Mattress Renovating and Upholstering All Work Guaranteed WE CALL FOR & DELIVER 601 N. "O" St. Dial 5614 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SPORTS CENTER PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS A. J. COLNON WAYNE FEEDS DAIRY POULTRY POULTRY SUPPLIES 10 Tarragoma St. Ph. 3552 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS STATE OIL COMPANY Distributors For Cities Service Products PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BON MARCHE PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS PFEIFFER PRINTING CO. Publisher of The Northwest Florida Sportsman Commercial Printing Quality Service Price 110 W. Intendencia Tel 4312 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS REX THEATER PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS CARTER PHOTO 8c ENGRAVING CO. Two 6-hour Services on Photo Finishing Every Day OPEN DAY & NIGHT U4> 2 S. Palafax Dial 3448 PENSACOLA. FLA. BREWTON. ALA. ENCOURAGEMENT "Neither let us be slandered from our duty by false accusations against us; nor frightened from it by menaces of destruction to the government, nor of dungeons to ourselves. Let us have faith that right makes might and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it"—Abraam Lincoln. HOLIDAY GREETINGS HARVEY HARDWARE & SUPPLY CO. Est. 1925 Complete Line of Hardware and Paints WE DELIVER 36 E. Garden Ph. 5127 PENSACOLA. FLA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SAN CARLOS HOTEL The Pride of West Florida Every Room With Bath Circulating Ice Water Ceiling Fan Radio PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS PIGGLY WIGGLY "ALL OVER THE WORLD" SCIENTIFIC MERCHANDISING PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS SHELTON TRANSFER CO. 126 E. Chase Phone 5455 PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TUCKER TAXI DIAL — 4151--DIAL PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS CITY FUEL OIL CO. FURNACE OILS FURNACE OILS 714 S. Palafax ^H 9256 PENSACOLA. FLA. SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS B. A. DAVIS "MARBLE" Oldest Establishment of Its Kind in Florida 45 E. Chase p hone 5226 PENSACOLA. FLA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO JOS. BAKER Amencan National Bank Building p hone 4838 PENSACOLA. FLA SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS GUNN ICE CREAM CO 201 *— Pho„. 9 771 PENSACOLA. FLA.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 +Jmist>norkMar7 PAGE SEVEN MOBILE, ALABAMA FEDERATION HEAD IN STRONG APPEAL .CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) too horrible to express the thoughts of the leaders of our campaign as they embark on the most stupendous task Miami Jews have yet undertaken. But we cannot hide those thoughts for they are stark realities. Upon American Jewry today rests the responsibility of answering the question "How many of our people shall live and how many shall die in the coming year." We know that the number of lives that will be saved in Europe in 1941 depends directly upon the amount of money that will be raised by American Jewish communities in that year for overseas purposts. This is a grave responsibility and a soul-stirring ooligation. Setting aside the mechanics of fund-raising, and the method of transmitting your contribution to the various agencies and ^HOLIDAY GREETINGS ^ "^•fiff English" GUjintH £>tyop Norman L. Van Note Interior Decorator 56 S. Conception Bel. 1429 MOBILE. ALA. causes participating in our Federation, this campaign really means that every dollar you give will keep alive an individual for a given period of time and conversely every dollar less that is given will mean that same individual will die of starvation or exposure. Throughout our nation our community is recognized as one of the outstanding Jewish communities of the country. Its integration during the past three years has been commented upon again and again by Jewish leaders everywhere. Such a reputation has been well earned and must be upheld. As proud as we are of what we have done in the past, so proud we must be of what we shall do in 1941 and what we shall continue to do in the future. Let every Jew in Miami remember that our campaign is the first campaign to be conducted by any American Jewish community in 1941. The success of our efforts must stand out as a beacon, lighting the way for increased campaign quotas of communities and increased giving of individuals in the coming year. I confidently await the response of our contributors to the tragic appeal of our co-religionists. Let no one who can afford to give, refuse. DEMOCRACY "And so we say^vith Lincoln: 'Let us have faith that right makes might and in that faith let us dare to do our duty as we understand it." —President F. D. Roosevelt. PROGRESS "I hope the immigration of European refugees to the Dominican Republic will stimulate the progress of our country ... of our natural resources our industries."—General Rafael L. Trujillo. Holiday Greeting! CITY GROCERY & MARKET R. E. Cobb, Mgr. "Quality Foods Low Pricei" Prompt Free Delivery 519 Texas Bel 9840 Mobile. Ala. Holiday Greetings GULF CRAB MEAT CO. Complete Line of Seafoods Wholesale & Retail 1000 Marine St Bel. 9398 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS ROSCOE'S SERVICE GARAGE Automobile Painting 24 Hour Wrecker Service General Auto Repairs 102 N. Joachim Bel. 649 MOBILE. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS Georqe C. CRIMINALE ARTIST 8c DESIGNER SUPERIOR DISPLAY CARDS 656 Dauphin St. Bel 2761 MOBILE. ALA. Holiday Greetings NEESE LUMBER & WRECKING CO. "Anything To Build With" 350 N. Royal Bel 520 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS SCOTT-LUTTRELL Truck & Tractor Co. 320 N. Royal Dex 5608 MOBILE. ALA. Holiday Greetings MOBILE HAT CO. Hats Cleaned and Reshaped One Day Dry Cleaning Serv. Suits Pressed While You Wait 22 S. Royal Bel 9338 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS TATUM'S PHARMACY Our Fast Free Delivery Service Makes Us "Your Nearest Drug Store" 51 S. Hallett St. Dexter 868 MOBILE. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DIXIE DAIRIES INC. Wholesale and Retail Pasteurized Grade "A" Milk DEPENDABLE HOME DELIVERY Dexter 1634 PRICHARD. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS I. E. PATERSON LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL Cash or Credit Dauphin It Tacon Sts. DEXTER 4171 MOBILE. ALA. Holiday Greetings ZIMLICH THE FLORIST "Say It With Our Flowers Often" Old Shell Road Dexter 748 No. 2-6 St. Joseph Dex. 1528 Mobile. Ala. Holiday Greetings AZALEA BEAUTY SHOP Miss Kathryne McAuley, (Proprietor) "Your Beauty Our Business" 1060 Dauphin Belmont 1890 Mobile. Ala. Holiday Greetings MOBILE RADIATOR & ELECTRIC SERVICE "Bill" Bilbrey New and Used Radiators Radiator Repairing ALL WORK GUARANTEED 650 Gov't St Dexter 391 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS WILLIAMS BOX CO. PRICHARD. ALA. Holiday Greetings GAYLE MOTOR REPAIR COMPANY E. J. McKinnon, Prop. General Auto Repairs Estimates Cheerfully Given 555 St. Louis Belmont 506 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS VICTORY CLEANING CO. INC. D. G. Hodges, Pres. R. S. Barry, Mgr. "Clean As a Breath of Spring" Dexter 2942 Dexter 2943 1204 Springhill Ave. MOBILE. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS LINDELL'S GARAGE 24 Hour Wrecker Service Bear Safety Alignment Service Frame. Axle and Wheel Aligning 10 S. Washington Ave. Ph. Dexter 265 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GULF ELECTRIC CO. R. E. Clement J. A. Dahl Electric Construction and Repairs 100 N. Water Dex 2986 MOBILE. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS BETBEZE SPRING SERVICE INC. Bee Line System Axle. Frame, Wheel Straightening 256 St. Louis Dexter 2113 MOBILE. ALA. Holiday Greetings COLEMAN FURNITURE & MATTRESS CO. Mattresses Made Over Like New Pillows. Cushions. Gliders. Box Springs Estimates Cheerfully Given 466 Dauphin Dexter 289 Mobile, Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS DeVAN MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED SALES FORD SERVICE St. Louis fc St. Joseph Sts. Phone Dexter 914-917 MOBILE. ALA. Sincere Holiday Greetings BEARRY ICE CREAM CO. PROMPT FREE DELIVERY 650 S. Washington Ave. Dexter 656 MOBILE. ALA. • V... Holiday Greetings •"' ARSO SERVICE GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS 7 N. Warren Belmont 2387 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS GERALYN BEAUTY STUDIO Geraldine Gans Gwendolyn Mitchell Elwell Licensed Instructors 154 S. Ann Dexter 393 MOBILE. ALA. HOLIDAY GREETINGS LAMEY FEED MOBILE. ALA. CO Holiday Greetings MARQUES AMBULANCE SERVICE J. W. (Johnnie) MAROUES. Mgr. 116 N. LaFayette Bel 775 Mobile. Ala. HOLIDAY GREETINGS • F.A.B. AMUSEMENT CO. AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS C. L. Cowlisher, Mgr. 515 Dauphin Dexter 1219 MOBILE. ALA. Holiday Greetings OAKSDALE ICE & FUEL CO. GET YOUR ICE FROM THE RED TRUCKS 900 S. Broad St Mobile. Ala. Dexter 1169 Holiday Greetings HEID'S GUERNSEY FARM GRADE "A" RAW MILK Chocolate Milk Cream Buttermilk City Wide Delivery Dawes. Ala. Junifer 6202



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fcJemsti IFIIondliai m FEPIIAII! SOP IPL^MEMT This Supplement Contains Information Regarding the Campaig n of Greater Miami Jewish Federation which Begins Sunday, Ian. 5 SUPPLEMENT EDITION MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 PAGE NINE E WHO ARE SAFE ON SHORE UST NOT LET THEM DRIFT reater Miami Federation Campaign, Jan. 5-15



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PAGE TEN +Jmis>n*r***" TODAY. JANUARY 3. mi WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO 71 ---— Palestine Cultural liwiiiii -fepjafcM Jewish CeSMBBtttaa 1MM thai ...... • • -1' %  %  A:r.eriC*a Jewi*.-. Coagresi I PI 1 • ". % %  I" %  %  %  V -•-:. %  .•• Bgl Aa-.ericar. Or fa de r B tiril On *< %  -' % %  i %  I** : and u ad d en bar dicra u Today r %  • Europe II T open %  n ihood tvenues for Jei prerented i : •' king >.-? :• • school Americen Frieruj* if The Hebrew UniTersity The Hi bre* '.'• •• •• tj i aft ; • Pa %  %  %  • IMS %  Lord Baltour lu work in preaei -;; thi b am ..% %  .' and other peopli : in porta •%  i -.'. a thai .. -.itne it g an aacauri %  blished standard in all fields by totalitarian leader B'Nei B'Rith Wider Scope Incl ud e %  Anti-Defan at I .i Hillel rundatiom m Aericaii Uhivei tiei arid the A Z. A Junior B'nai B'rilh Fra• rnity Conference On Jewish Relation: Gather. itatistii and data re Iatjv to the position ..' th< lew.''. %  mm unity ir Am< ri< Council Of Jewish Fedcstions And Welfare Funds national I • • ordinat work of Jewisl I %  -. %  and Welfare PUndi the Uniti d States it -.-,-.:,' ran • %  • itl th< • .-.-.-..-..'./ agenci< them with iaa • ser% ..• g a.', a -.:-anr.g bouse for comn -r•' blems ->-Ter As.s ~os Aag*: Tab*rr--lar MM Three Denies fnM i lirtira ai — •:. %  ." K:>sp-'-a. .' : %  • B %  : be Ex-Paoa fa Tubercular Hot --• -•_::-.-•: •*• reed i i The 1 founded by B"na B'nth ha pa i rear The So m the advanced r,g icap a tfi .are; fo> theCabarged i loan *~r- can In Loi Angela* the leamn %  r : < :-.-f Association. nun %  %  -%  i -pa %  F-ad For Jewish Refugee Will— L'ndei %  %  directi n •: 5-. %  -.• a exile are i %  ••" -• •;. v. begin -• lift HadMHfe 7 noei %  Z. • orgaaizauof the bearer of mediral eaith, a ani t a tion. ar.~ .at.on .r. Palestine .'• American sponsor for youth Al.yah which resettles refuutfa to Palestine Hebrew Orphans Home, Atlanta. Ga. .-•: underprivileged children % % %  : .: are placed .-..-• they may enjoy the benefits of a real :• CT institution has aerved Miami fox many year. American Seminaries And Theological Colleges The following schools axe as•. • ; by Federation —Hebrew logical College. Hebrew The Jewish Theal Seminary of America Thi .' %  '• tute of Religion Isaac Ekhanan The• ary and Yeshiva r : ii i Hias The Hebrew Sheltering and grant Aid Society started in 1909 as an organization to help new immigrants :n the United States It has extended its work every continent. It protects Iks ".-grant aii.su --" urn ajian — aBeets him at the port at entrj baa at informaB aerrke and eaaf toymesi t Jewssi I-abcr Corcmirtee ; • A ricai Def ea • i thai seai with anu.-. labor arganxzal %  |uh Braise Institute Has iiKbuniil i %  : '•='-' ,,,.,for thi ind I Jewish Chauuuqua Society --_. tociety foe Jiaai ilunation : -:-. -.• dg D --aubjeeti v; iiniven tj •:--• ati and memben of rallege facu t. Jewish Sutistical Bureau A Divisi a at the Synagegue ; u %  -' Anierica gat.-, t tatist -• gardii g Jea %  munjuei throughout the United Stau i Jewish Telegraphic Agency Organized reporting and tril jtioo i newi I -' %  swisli life oegawith thi Agency's establishment -.-. IMC It .-.as corresnti a.: over the globe sen '-•the Jewish and secular pn Jewish Welfare Board In 191? the board was found'—. '.: minuter to the needs of Jew. ; n men in military and naval service. Today it extends the tame tervice tc Jewish men who nave been recently drafted or are in the military services. Since 1921 it has promoted the Jewish community center movement It is the national directing body for centers and YMHA's. Joint Distribution Committee The major American Jewi Organization for overseas needs The world's Jewish live-saving agency which renders aid to dispossessed and injured Jews world over. Nov.carrying on a broad program of relief and emmigration of Jews in all Nazi countries and in countries to which refugees have fled. Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital A national free, non-sectarian hospital and clinic operated under auspices of B'nai B'nth in Hot Springs. Ark. Miami Jewish Education Throng* i hind whie* h *rninistered : %  • % % %  ""' %  '' %  ^ %  _: laymen to uoUaben .,ti -: %  : ai toical AJl ;.: fran I th. : Beth Dad r ,__ x Congregation, and Tempi* 1 nw ai ---Miami Refugee Committee AJoeal : rdu iting : mmit... presenutiva o: all local agenciei -ngaged to Welfan 5ervic* and Im: migration Work .-...dental to Refugees: cc-ordinatei the %  rk -'. such ag-.r.-.e. superviSW UM uatlliiminl f Refugee fa~.lies locally and x mt ri b ut ei to the identical work on a state wide bas i National Farm School Locau :miles north of Philadelphia, in Bucks County, Pa.. traini city-bred boys In acientific agriculture It was • unded to 1896. It offers both %  • %  ;. and pre it.cil •: %  .;. %  n-..refugees ar-.trained I :• National Home For Jewish Children At Denrer Since 1907 this institution has cared for indigent children who came to Denver for their wealth The Home persistently wards off tubercular taints in the chilI dren. It utilizes modern methods of child care and training. National Labor Committee For Palestine Also known as the Geverkschaft tne Committee is con:emed with nelp and training to Palestine pioneers and the >pment of a labor commonwealth there. National Refugee Serrice Deals with the resettlement of refugees that come to the United States Has the function of caring for refugees until they are resettled in some communi. ty outside of New York or other ports of embarkation Schools and trains refugees to fill their place as future American citizens. Palestine Cultural The Federation helps support the Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund and the Palestine Orchestra fund Pioneer Women* Organisation ThiB group aids the Pioneer Women cf Palestine to play their role in the Homeland. It helps the pioneer women adjust theraand trains newly arrived girls for agnculture and industry United Palestine Appeal The major American Jewish fund-raising organization for the up-buiidir.g of Palestine. Ercbraced within the United Palestine Appeal are the Palestine Foundation Fund and the Jewish National Fund. Their activities cover colonization. land-purchase, ton migration, the furtherance (.'. trade and industry in Paiest the maintainance of existent Palestinian institutions | and the subsidization of refugee %  %  —• nt .n Palestine. Yeshiras A fund has been set aside for %  European and Palestinian Yesh;| va. and this fund is scientifically and equitably distributed among worthy Yeshivas by a Ccmmittecomposed of local Rabbis and competent laymen. Yiddish Scientific Institute Recently moved from Vilna to New York City for the preservation of Yiddish Culture. Young Men's Hebrew Association Comprises the following: Men's Senior Division. Young Women's Hebrew Association, Junior Division (girls and boys, ages 16-21'. Sub-Junior Division giris and boys, ages 13-Ml. Boys Group. Girls Group, Boy Scout Troop: sponsors the cultural and educational programs, athletics, musical programs, social service department. Refugee rehabilitation, dramatics, home camp, class in eon versa tional Spanish. Americanization class, vocational guidance. Scenes Showing Y. M. H. A. Varied Activities in Its Character and Youth Building Projects. The Y. is a Participating Member of the Federation DAY J. APTE Chairman Initial Qifu Division and Federation Vice President "V'iDootd Support Federat %  • t. i< %  -•



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1941 +Jmistifhr*Ma*} PAGE ELEVEN HOW EVERY DOLLAR YOU GIVE TO FEDERATION WILL BE DIVIDED IN 1941 Chairman: Miami, Mrs. Monte Selig. Co-Chairmen, Miami: Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. Leon Lieberman. Team No. 1 Co-Captains: Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Workers: Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs. ney Rauzin, Mrs. Albert Rosenthai, Mrs. Norman We'isman, Mrs. M. G. Furman, Mrl. Harry Magid, Mrs. George Stone. Team No. 13 Captain: Mrs. Gordon Davis. Workers: Mrs. Jacobstein. Mrs. Ike Wolkowsky, Mrs. Herman Wall, Mrs. Corine Lehman, Mrs. Sam Zinkow, Mrs. Harry Wohl, Melvin E. Davis, Mrs. Lou Hei-1 Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Phillip man, Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. H. Weinstein AN AVERAGE OF LESS THAN 2Vi CENTS PER mSTITUTION ie Federation represents 41 individual agencies and institutions to which tau would give separately. Do your own Bookkeeping! Put down the annukl amount you would give to each, if each had separate campaigns. Then |ive LIBERALLY to all, in one lump sum. VOLUNTEER WORKERS TO AID CAMPAIGN SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION IChairmen: Rudy Adler, Jacob ier. ICaptai tins. Sam J. Kanner, HuShonberg, H. E. Wolff, Ely atz. Max Adams, Herman Wall, prtram Raff, Sam Lachman, August, Harry Platoff, Seyar Rubin, Herbert Schwartz, fbert Scbeuer, Jack Ehrlich, S. Salomon, H. L. Greene, Schwartz, Irving Gordon, evin, Matthew Silverstein. MEN'S DIVISION aeral Chairman, Men's Dili J. Aron Abbott. rn: Miami, Leo Acker^n, Joseph M Lipton. Town No. 1 stain: Norman Weisman. Leon Kaplan, SamRand. Robert: Krentzman, Sussman, Geo. Adler, ran Jacobs, Henry Rabin. Team No. 2 Captain: Harold Tannen. Vorkers: Alvin Cassel, MauCromer, William Homa, ArRubm, Stanley Levitch, Fleeman Bernard Wall, es Pearlman, Robert Richter. Team No. 3 Captain: Jimmie Leonard. Workers: John Kronenfeld, Katzman, E. Albert Pallot, S. Scheinberg, Morris ^einbaum. Jos. J. Berman. Team No. 4 aptain: Milton Friedman. Porkers: Harry Kane, Harry artz, Herman Waitsman, Cohen, Sidney Palmer, F. item, E. Gordon, Amos BenNorman Lyons. Town No. 5 jtain: H. M. Drewich. Sam Silver, Max r, Wm. Clein, Max Mintzer, Kagan, Max Rappaport. Town No. 8 3-Cptain: Ben Silver, Harry era: Mr. RJfliind, Mr. Mr. M. Jacobs, Mr. A. Mr. A. Solomon, Mr. ritz, Mr. Nathan, Mr. Joe t, Mr. Namoff. Mr. Budner. TOMS NO. 7 iptains: Leon Elkm, Sam rkers: A J. K*I elman, Ely Pexetz Cutler, Wasman, Morris Wroobel. Team No. 8 Captain: Leon Lieberman. Workers: Henry Gabbe, Fred Shochet, Charles Blau, Harry Gordon, Sam B. Miller. Sam Schulwolff. Team No. 9 Captain: Jay R. Schwartz. Workers: Ely Katz, George Chertkof, Ray Yunes, Herbert Horowitz, Fhilip Neuwirth, Herman Goldberg, Sam Shapiro. Team No. 18 Co-Captains: Harry Magid, Burnett Roth. Workers: Sam Seitlin, Oscar Argintar, Harry Gordon, Mathew Handler. Team No. 11 Co-Captains: Al Green, Sylvan Meyer. Workers: RandeyCummings, William Lehman, Camille Stroh, Arthur Rabe, Morris Green, Marvin Rauzin. Team No. 12 Captain: Joseph Berman. Workers: Dr. S. Aronovitx, M Feinberg, Max Hoffman, Edward Levin, Mr. Isaac Levin, Cyril A Lewis, I. Lipton, Godfrey K. Newman, Douglas Raff, Hugo Shonberg, J. J. Zion. Team No. 13 Co-Cap tain: H y 1 a n d Rifas, Morris Kosenberg. Workers: Albert E. Berkeley, Irving G i n s b u r g, Samuel J. Kanner, Arthur Rifas, David Rifas, Herman Wronker, Henry Wolfe, Henry A. Kauffman. MIAMI BEACH MEN'S DIVISION General Chairman, Men's Division: J. Aron Abbott. Chairmen: Miami Beach Division, Sol Goldstrom, Leo Eisen*ttin. Team No. 1 Captain: Dave Goldstein. Workers: Max Feit. Edward Bender, Emanuel Weinberg, Rabbi Mescheloff. Team No. 2 Captain: Murry Grossman. Workers: Abe Katz, Simon Cohen, Irving Frankel, Abe Eisenberg, Dave Emmer, Jake Ehrlich. Team No. 3 Captain: Jack August. Workers: F. A. jprillick, Ben Cohen, Mr. Sid Rubin. Team No. 4 Captain: W. I. Feuer. Workers: Mitchell Litvin, Samuel A. Rutter, Barney Rosenthal, Max L Thompson, Max Singer. Team No. S Captain: Chas. Tobin Workers: Dr. Fried us, Meyer Spiesberger, Joe Cohen, Chas. Weinstein, Harry Zaret, Dr. Leonard Finn. Stanley H. Gettis, J. J. Lippett, Dr. H. Feinberg. Town No. 6 Captain: Jesse D. Scheinman. Workers: H. Kohen, Robert Rosensteil, Howard Broad, Edward Cowan, Edward Lovitz, Israel Gordon, J. Sugarman, O. Weiner, Joseph Schulist, Morton Russack. Town No. 7 Co-Captains: ShoppardBroad L. Marcus. Workers: Max Hantman, Morris Cohen, Dr. Sol Selevan, Hyman Leipson, Ben Ninenberg, Sam Ravitz, Adolph Abramson, J. E. Zevin, Louis Groner, Harry Levin. Town No. 8 Co-Captains: Walter Kovner, Harold Turk. Workers: Bernard Specter, David Catsman, Herman Berk, Martin Genet MIAMI WOMEN'S DIVISION General Chairman, Women's Division: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. I Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz. Mrs. Sid B. Ross, Mrs. Nat Zalka, Mrs. Sam Luby, Mrs. Myron Newman, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Geo. Green berg. Toam No. 2 Captain: Mrs. M. Jacobs. Workers: Mrs. Charles Greenstein, Mrs. J. Levinson, Mrs. B. Rifkind, Mrs. J. Seigal, Mrs. H. Wailsman, Mrs. R. Abel, Mrs N. Namaff, Mrs. T. Wiener, Mrs. Cillia Moss, Mrs. M. Segal. Toam No. 3 Captain: Mrs. H. Seitlin. Workers: Mrs. Krentzman, Mrs. Ann Schiff, Mrs. Ann Tager, Mrs. S. Shapoff, Mrs. Sarah Abrams, Mrs. S. Rechson, Mrs. Hoffman, Mrs. Beer, Mrs. C. Jackson, Mrs. S. Levitt, Miss Sylvia Abrahams. Toam No. 4 Captain: Mrs. Harry Orlin. Workers: Mrs. Louis Baron, Mrs. Louis Rifas, Mrs. S. B. Feldman, Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs. B. Sterling, Mrs. Sam Karnes, Mrs. Ed. Wexler, Mrs. Stanley Wolf, Mrs. Ben Tillinger. Toam No. S Captain: Mrs. Leo Hohauser. Workers: Mrs. Jos. Fine, Mrs. I. Fine, Mrs. Bob Leers, Mrs. Chas. Levy, Mrs. Al Lichtenstein, Mrs. Ann Pastroff, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Jos. Shaffer, Mrs. Max L. Shapiro, Mrs. Herbert Scher, Mrs. Henry Shier. Toam No. 6 Captain: Mrs. Ethel Grossman. Workers: Mrs. Ann Jacobs, Miss Frances Ginsburg, Mrs. Gertrude Rosen, Mrs. Sadie Weinberg, Mrs. Lena Kofldn, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Molly Solloway. Mrs. Iris Blumberg, Mrs. Deborah Cohen, Miss Ray Shocket. Team No. 7 Captain: Mrs. Louis Pallot. Workers: Mrs. Friedman. Mrs. Lil Schulman, Mrs. Sam Tanenbaum, Mrs. Milton Weiner, Mrs. J. Pallot, Mrs. Dan Cromer, Mrs. S. Getzug. Mrs. Joe Garvett, Mrs. Ben Nadel. Toam No. 8 Captain: Mrs. Arthur Rabe. Workers: Mrs. Al Green, Mrs. Van Myers, Mrs. Irving" Gordon, Mrs. Kenneth Warschoff, Mrs. John Kronenfeld, Miss Marcella Ungar, Mrs. Milton Nussbaum. Team No. 9 Captain: Mrs. M. A. Sager. Workers: Mrs. M. Wesson, Mrs. M. Lavine, Mrs. H. Rosengarten, Mrs. M Langer, Mrs. M. Rohan, Mrs. H. Levinson, Mrs. B. Greenberg, Mrs. Rose Ehrlich, Mrs. K. Lazarus, Mrs. O. Aaronson, Mrs. Belle Bermann. Town No. 10 Captain: Mrs. Max Orovitz. Workers: Mrs. A. Rubin, Mrs. Al Seiden, Mrs. Wm. Wilkins, Mrs. Al. Chisling, Mrs. Sydney Rosenstock, Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Harry August, Mrs. Jerome Freehling, Mrs. Hilliard Clein. Team No. 11 Captain: Mrs. Herman Wepman. Workers: Mrs. Herbert Spar, Mrs. Lustgarten, Mrs. Francis Horn, Mrs. M. Rudolph. Mrs. R. Jamison, Mrs. Milton Friedman. Mrs. Esther Seitlin, Mrs. S. J. Siskind, Mrs. H. Margolius. Team No. 12 Captain: Mrs. Elry Stone. Workers: Mrs. Geo. Adler. Mrs. Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Edward Klein, Team No. 14 Captain: Mrs. H, Rubin. Workers: Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff, Mrs. Douglas Raff, Mrs. Martin Raff, Mrs. Joe Richter, Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. I! Kaufman. Team No. 15 Captain: Miss Thelma Goldstein. Workers: Mrs. E. J. Gould. Mrs. Morris Salomon, Mrs. A. Berkeley, Mrs. E. Israils, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. I. Joffe, Miss Peggy Selig, Mrs. Isidor Cohen. MIAMI BEACH WOMEN'S DIVISION General Chairman, Women's Division: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Chairman: Miami Beach Division, Mrs. Moses Krieger. Team No. I Captain: Mrs. London. Workers: Mrs. Rose Bernknopf. Mrs. L. Marcus, Mrs. B. Jamison. Mrs. A. Pipowsky, Mrs. Grundwerg, Mrs. Ottily Rosenberg, Mrs. F. Silverman, Mrs. I. Krieger, Mrs. L. Green. Team No. 2 Captain: Mrs. Samuel Haber. Workers: Mrs. M. M. Lehman Miss Jewel Rost, Rose Bernstein, Mrs. Friedlander, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Norman Liebling, Miss Bernice Lampkin, Mrs. Esther Cohen, Mrs. Jack August, Mrs. Mae Zinn. Team No. 3 Captain: Mrs. Wm. H. Bernstein. Workers: Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, Mrs. Harry Rabin, Mrs. Mitton WorfT Mrs. WWtCT Kovner, Mrs. W. I. Feuer, Mrs. D. Friedkin. Team No. 4 Captain: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Workers: Mrs. M. Litt, Mrs. J. Berman, Mrs. J. Stinauer, Mrs. Chas. Tobin, Mrs. Lee Goudiss, Mrs. H. Berg, Mrs. B. Wilensky. Team No. 5 Captain: Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Workers: Mrs. A. Eisenberg, Mrs. I Gordon, Mrs. R. Rubin, Mrs. H. Kerzin, Mrs. O. Adler, Mrs. H. Kaufman. Mrs. Ethel Goldstein, Mrs. Turchin, Mrs. N. Slome, Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs. E. Germaine, Mrs. Schwartz. Team No. 6 Captain: Mrs. Harry Platoff. Workers: Mrs. Ted Simon, Mrs. J. M. Lipton, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Jos Williamson, Mrs. Henry Herzog, Mrs. Mort Wien, Mrs. Sarah Harris, Mrs. B. Kohl, Mrs. H. Medoff, Mrs. Chas. Geller. Team No. 7 Captain: Mrs. Wolk. Vice-captain: Mrs. Louis Baum. Workers: Mrs. Julia Morris, Mrs. Sonia Shpall, Miss Rose Kashetz, Mrs. Abe Nissenson, Mrs. Rose Ratner, Mrs. Rose Mantes, Mrs. Jancoll, Mrs. Etta Weissman, Mrs. Harry Rosenstein. Town No. 8 Captain: Mrs. Jack Wucher. Workers: Mrs. Lillian Gottesman, Mrs. Natalea Wienstein, Miss Diana Coopersmith, Mrs. Deborah Myers, Miss Lillian Wucher. Team No. 9 Captain. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Workers: Mrs. Murray Grossman. Mrs. Sol Lutsky, Mrs. Wm. Feldman, Mrs. Leonard Wien, Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Julius Pearson, Mrs. Sam S. LaVine, Mrs. Leo Radoff, Mrs. J. B. Margolis, Mrs. Phil Lefkowitz. When Approached Do Your Share! J t



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+Jewisiifk>ridkM FRIDAY. JANUARY 3.: 1941 JtataTtkm Office*, and Lewtoa in the Cam^tojlaiseJ125>515 MAX OROVITZ Federation Vice President and Chairman of Budget Committee MRS. MAX DOBRIN Special Gifts Committee LEO ROBINSON Miami Associate Chairman Initial Gifts Division and Federation Treasurer MRS. MOSES KRIEGER Chairman Miami Beach Women's Division MONTE SELIG Miami Associate Chairman Initial Gifta Division From Left to Right Drs. Albert E. Rosenthal. Frank Corel. Max Pepper who compose the Professional Committee STANTON HALPERT Chairman Junior Division BARON deHIRSCH MEYER Co-Chairman Initial Gifta Division. and Federation Vice Prtaident SAMUEL BLANK Federation Vice President MAURICE GROSSMAN Chairman Speakers Bureau Ul MRS MONTE SElTfl SAM LUBY Chairman of trn\*MMl*'



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FRIDAY.' TAJWAR* 3. 1941 *JmMfhr*0i7 PAGE THIRTEEN SENSATIONAL | yriu TASTE I ntlf THRILL iiMiiim'uiHiii'iiiiiiiiiniiHiiiiiiiicttn ni'iiin. SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Patrons and Friende BERRY COLEMAN PRODUCE CO. 1260 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2411 SEASONS GREETINGS ALBERT'S AUTO SERVICE GARAGE & SERVICE STATION 1287 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-9260 SEASONS GREETINGS Phone 8-2421 Night Ph. 5-9072 HIALEAH WHOLESALE BUTCHERS CORP. We Buy and Sell BEEF VEAL LAMB PORK KOSHER KILLED MEATS Slaughterhouse and General Office W. 29th Street and Red Road P. O. Box 113 HIALEAH. FLORIDA J. KALLENBERG, Pres. VESI COAST TatfUr OVERNIGHT RAIL SERVICE Coaches arid through sleeping cars to Tampa and St. Petersburg. Leave Miami 8:45 P. M. daily. DAYLIGHT SERVICERAIL. BUS Leave Miami 10:15 A. M. daily. Air-conditioned coach — Pullman service to West Lake Wales. Parlor-bus from West Lake Wales to Tampa and St. Petersburg. CITY IICKII OffKl 173 Eaet Flasler Street, Miami Tel. 3-8391 T. W. Luckett,A.G.P.A. GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's PloDMr Conr*catl*n> 1S5 N. W. Third Avenue MAX 5HAHIHO, ftaDOl 498 S. W. 1>th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-2178 JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 300 N. W 18th Avenue Phone 2 082S Permanent Calendar Daily Service* 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services... 5:30p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning8 :30 a.m. Hebrew School, daily.3:15-6:15 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a. m. Late Friday Evening Services 8:15 p.m. Sisterhood Meetings — Third Wednesday of Month. UNIVERSITY fc FEDERATION SABBATH In keeping with the tradition established at the Beth David Synagogue, the annual University Sabbath, welcoming the students who are back for their mid-year vacation, will take place this Friday evening at 8:15. Irving Ginsburg, one time Junior Cantor of the Junior Congregation will chant the entire services: accompanied by the Beth David Choir. The following students will participate in the services; Lawrence Feinberg, Herbert Glazeroff, Irving Ginsburg, Oscar Rappaport, Peretz Scheinberg, Howard Schwartz, Harold Shapiro, Jack Seitlin, Jerome Weinkle and Melvin Weinkle. Harold Shapiro will pronounce the Benediction, Oscar Rappaport, a student of the University of Gainsville, Peretz Scheinberg, a student at the University of Emory, and Jerome Weinkle a student at the University of Miami, will speak briefly on the subject, "Jewish Life on the Campus". In conjunction with the University Sabbath, Synagogues in the Greater Miami area have designated this service as "Federation Service",—in view of the 1941 campaign to be inaugurated this coming week. It is hoped that every resident of the atea will do his "JUST" share in contributing towards the support of this great cause. It is due time that we of Greater Miami begin to feel the anguish and torture endured by our co-religionists in the lands across the sea. Our only method in expressing concern and protest is to translate that expression into tangible manifestation of our deep concern. Mr. Stanley C. Meyers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be the guest speaker linking the scope of the University work with the ideal of Federation. He will discuss the subject, "THEY SHALL NOT DIE"! There will be NO appeal for funds! We urge the members and friends to be present. An "OnegShabbos" will follow immediately in the auditorium. JUNIOR SABBATH SERVICES Leonard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lubitz, will become "Bar Mitzvah" during the services this Saturday moring at 9 o'clock. A reception will follow immediately after the services. The Junior Congregational Services conducted by Herbert Glazeroff, David Jacobs, Seymour Hinkes and Harold Shapiro, will take place at 10:30. Harvey Sootin will be the Reader of the "Portion of Law". Leonard will be the host to the Junior Congregation at a "Kiddush" right after the services. SUNDAY SCHOOL A. Chanukah play under the direction of Miss Harriet Damenstein was presented during the assembly last Sunday morning, and edibles, plus a Chanukah gift were presented to the students by the Sisterhood. CHANUKAH DINNER A most successful affair was held at the Beth David auditorium, sponsored by the Sisterhood, namely the traditional Chanuk Dinner. MAZEL TOV The Rabbi, officers and memben of the Congregation and Sisterhood extend their greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegc-1 at the birth of a son. May the Almighty grant the couple great "Nachas" from their son, and may he indeed grow up, "L'Mitzvah, L'Chuppa Uli-Maasim Tovim." YAHRZEITEN Molka Leah, the mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, whose name is inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be memorialized during the late services Friday evening. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 1548 S. W. Third Street ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbi's Reeldence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY EVERYWHERE J. LAMAR PAXSON YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER DON'T FORGETl MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW To Dine in the "Old English Room" 6:30 TO 8:00 P. M. ,..-. %  Dietary Observance ,,..-,,.....v ..-,. TELEPHONE 5-2956..,, .„. ; Schedule of Services Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45 p. in. Friday evening services: 5:30 p. m. Shabbea: 9:00 a. m. Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m. Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m. FRIDAY EVE SERVICES On Friday night, Jan. 3. at 8:30 the second in our series of eight weekly Friday eve Religious Forums will take place. Rabbi Kellner will preach on the all important subject before the attention of Miami Jewry, the impending Federation drive and will speak on "Give Today or Take Tomorrow". Rabbi Abraham Gluck who returned from Cuba this week will chant during the services and will be extended a welcome by the congregants. Charles Adelman and Marshall Sevin will read portions of the services and Mr. Maurice Grossman will bring greetings from the Federation officials. A most cordial welcome is extended to all. NEW INSTRUCTOR ENGAGED We are happy to announce that Mr. M. Tamaroff a well qualified and highly recommended Hebrew instructor has been engaged by the congregation and that he will assist Rabbi Kellner with the Hebrew classes as well as in the Sunday School. Under the directorship of Mr. Morris Bear, the chairman, the Board of Education will conduct a drive for registration and will formulate plans ior additional classes. IN THE SYNAGOGUE During the coming Sabbath, Rabbi Abraham Kellner will preach and Rabbi Abraham Gluck will conduct services. The Mishno class began the study of the Tractate Shabbos and is conducted daily by Rabbi Kellner between Mincha and Marriv. The Sholosh Sudah circle meets every Shabbas afternoon and the host last week was Mr. Miller from Newport. Ky. CONGREGATION MEETING Next Tuesday evening, Jan. 7, there will be a general meeting of the congregation to be held in the new synagogue Mr, H. M. Drewich will preside and discuss matters regarding the forthcoming dedication. CONGRATULATIONS We are happy to extend sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel T. Pleet and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Vinitsky whose marraiges were solemnized by Rabbi Kellner last Sunday. SEASONS GREETINGS To All Our Friends Southern Fixture Co. 3120 N. W. 27th Avenue SPECIAL for THURSDAY SPRINGS 2 9c INCLUDING SHOCHED Miller's Kosher Meat & Poultry Market 1832 S. W. 8th Street FREE DELIVERY—Ph. 2-4994 SEASONS GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons Ann'i 1657 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach SEASON'S GREETINGS Moselev Electrical Service 571 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-1455 SEASON'S GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons LE CILE CORSET STUDIO 307 Postal Bldg. Ph. 2-5368 839 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4911 A MAN AND HIS CLOTHES Wherever he goes and whatever he does. his clothes, are virtually a part of his personality — Evidence of his taste, his standing, his success. For Fine., Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincoln Roe*..' PHONE 5-3JU W> 1 i l I %  SEASON'S GREETINGS OLIN'S U DRIVEIT-SERVICE 2900 N. E. 2nd Avenue. Miami, Fla. Phone 2-2689 "Your Patronage Appreciated" • r-rrr;%  r GREETINGS CARL GRAEFETS DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 10938 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST — LUNCHES — DINNERS SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY JOHN E. OBERNE & ASSOCIATES %  :;.:.;"•'• J of THE**-''* '" "-*>** MIAMI MILLS. INC. .. >J r :lJWfW. MIAMI SPRINGS 1 ; FLORIDA ',,' .' ?>.' ~ .: %  •> ,• s i >.> •acjefc.X "• %  •"• • %  %  •



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 PAGE FOURTEEN B"ni B'rith $j$ Not e s By MILTON FRIEDMAN Bll I'llTI UBSIKMTREI I DK REFUGEE SCHOOL w.tr. the eomiag % %  jamiarj 1941 not only : the old year bered out ar.c the new one ushered but your scribe, foi the year 1940 relinquishes hu task •.' Broth-r Milton Fr.edrr.&r. Brother Milton Friedman certainneeds no Introduction s.r.-<•' .-.as been active for a r.jrr.-.-er : >•<&.r.-.t or.:>' .-". '--.//.: Lodge but in National B'nai E nth work, particularly A. Z. A. It goes without saying that wr.tmg this column was a most n/oyabe task and was a splendidmedium of bringing me closer to B'nai B'rith and its activities and lo many of our brethren my bes wishes to you Milt. Fraternally, Harold Turk • • Thanks for your kind words, Harold. Your column during the past year was a splendid medium for the dissemination of news for and about Sholem Lodge I shall endeavor to carry on the standards set. Not believing in wasting time getting down to work, our newly elected president. Abe Aronovitz. afteT an examination of the roster ''. Sholem Lodge, made the following committee chairmen appointments for 1941Americanization Dr B B Berkeley; Antidefamation Harry Simonhoff: Arbitration. Dr. Frank Corel A Z A. John Kronenfeld; Athletics Marty Milstein; Entertainment, James Leonard: Finance. Burnett Roth; Initiation Director Abe Aronovitz; Jewish Floridian Column. Milton A Friedman; Intellectual Advancement. Max Steuer; Constitution and Bylaws. Sam Silver; Conservation, Sol Goldstrom; Meeting?, J Aron Abbott: Membership. R R. Adler; Publicity. Frederick Shochet; Public Relations. Sidney Palmer; Refreshments. Ovar Argmtar; Rr solutions. Matthew S Bandler; Skck and visiting, Dr Benjamin I-arvdau; Student Union, Louis K'lman; Vocational Guidance. Joseph A Berman. I believe with such leaders it can be safely stated that 1941 should be another banner year for the Lodge Just as it should be, big things are expected from our Auxiliary with J'-nnie Rotfort the dynamic president, at the helm. This prediction is base-? M r.er pas: recr -.; leadership ; %  other organ.za-.;or^ A boa.-d meeting will r .' en.'oya'r.le evening It is suggested that Che brothers and sisters start planning now to attend Reservations will be at two dollars per plate as per uslual At the moment this article is : being written, our Junior memi bers. the A Z A-, are in conclave in Savannah. Ga.. at the South1 err. Regional Convention of the Order I.arge delegations went up from Miami and Miami Beach : chapters, including the sweet j hearts of both chapters. We hope 1 they bring back laurels. The rei suits will be sat forth in this j column next week if available. Brother Jimmy Leonard has %  been quite ill recently At the time of writing this column he | was in Jackson Memorial HosH' rr.ay be home by the time you read this Jimmy will joe glad to see you all We wish ihim a quick recovery Your correspondent has been : invited to be a guest speaker at ; the installation banquet next week of the Orlando B'nai B'rith Lodge A report will appear in this colun n. I trust that you all had a splendid Chanuka and enjoyed yourselve New Year's Eve Adios until next week. Washington. D C — A B'nai B'rith appropriation of S500 to help support the secular school 'for Jewish refugee children in Havana Cuba, founded by Rabbi Mi ler Lasker. spiritual leader of Havana's Temple Beth Israel ar.d to assist Rabbi Lasker in his extension work among the Jewish students at the University of Havana, was announced here this week at B'nai B'rith headquarters Taken from B'nai B'rith'J emergency relief fund, toward which 50c of every member's i dues is allocated, this contribution will enable Rabbi Lasker to ; engage additional teachers and • obtain a badly needed supply of j textbooks and other school materials. Founded in April 1939. to provide a secular education J for the children of Jewish refugees in Cuba. Rabbi Lasker's school now has a student body of over 100 grouped in five classess The curriculum includes rtudies for children from the first grade through the first year of high school. Rabbi Lasker's school is virtually the only one open to Jewish refugee children who want an Amencan-orientated elementary schooling. Excluded from Cuba's public schools unwelcome in the scnools maintained by the Spanish residents and unable to afford the expensive American schools, refugee children had little or no choice of schools before Rabbi Lasker started his classes. DECADE OF ACHIEVEMENT PLEASES AMERICAN TASTE PATR1A SINKING FINDS DEATH TOLL NOW 131 Haifa fWNS-Palcor Agency)— The drama of the first month's anniversary ol the explosion and sinking of the refugee ship Patna was heightened by the recovi ry of 37 more bodies of victims, making the total of those brought to the surface by the salvage crews now 131. The number of \ refugees still unaccounted for now stands at 122. During the past ten years or so, it has oec n unusual for a firm to record spectacular achievements in the face of the economic obstacles inherited from the pre-1929 'blue sky'' era. And yet, in the past decade—once a* I • its beginning, and now again as i it draws to a close—the B. Man', ischewitz Company, world's largj est matzo bakers, have twice ucj complished that feat. In 1931, when the business world, by and large, was frenzT-.e Season of Stars at the Gar.: Gaither Theatre will open January 13 with Grace George. London and New York stage Star in r.er re-cent Broadway success. K:r.d Lady" Miss George will be the first of a number of leading players of stage and screen wappear for a week at the beach playl -=• ; '' ; '' The Miami appearance will be Miss George's firs', since the close of the New York production of "Kind Lady' last month "Kind Lady' was first produced on Broadway in 1935 with Miss George in the leading role Revived this season by William A Brady, it was acclaimed bycritics and audiences as being one of the best vehicles of Miss George's distinguished career. Miss George, who is in private life the wife of Mr Brady, made her stage debut in London in Sardou's Divorcons" Since that time she has won fame in the theatre as actress manager and adaptor Her repertory' company, founded when she was twenty-five, met success in London and New York with such plays as -The Liars." Major Barbara," "The Earth," and "Captain Brassbound's Conversion." As adaptor, she has won the Gold Medal of the French Academy, and as actress she has appeared in many contemporary comedies as well as such period pieces as Much Ado About Nothing." and "School for Scandal." In recent years she has been seen on Broadway in leading roles in "The First Mrs. Fraser," "The Circle." "Marie Antoinette" and "The Merry Wives of Gotham." YEHUDA MENUHIH Violin genius of the age. whose only appearance in Florida will be at the White Temple. Monday. January 6. The Nazi invasion of Holland brought death and injuries to at least 2.274 Jewish men, women and children, latest war statistics disclosed. SEASONS GREETING* Florida Monument Co. CONGRESS BUILDING Wt Deal Direct With Quarry ar.e We Can Save Yeu Do+Ur* W D THURMOND SEASON'S GREETINGS C. C. SANDWICH SHOP 1435 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-S1S4 SEASON'S GREETINGS Clyde Daily and Associate* of STANDARD GARAGE 30 N W. 3rd St Ph. 2 9609 NAZIS STTR UP HATRED BETWEEN POLES AND JEWS Lisbon (WNS)— Faced with the prospect of a united opposition by Poles and Jews, Nazi administrators in Nazi-occupied Poland have warned Polish workers who fraternize with Jews, that they will be subjected to severe ledly calling for retrenchment, penalties, it was learned her. the B. Manischewitz Company displayed loresight and courage j in more than doubling its produo| lion facilities with the opening [ of a large, modern plant in Jersey City. Benefits were immediI ate and twofold. In the first ; place, more than 300 heads of families found year-round em%  ployment during the lean depresNazi officials were reported lo be incensed at signs of growing friendship between Poles and Jews. Concentrated Nazi attempts to promote rabid antiSemitism in Poland have met with little success since the SEASONS GREETINGS HUDSON LEON J. LICHTENSTETTER. INC DISTRIBUTOR 1700 N. E. 2nd AT*.. Miami Fla. Telephone 3-3126 masses of the Polish people ap' %  sion years; and in the second I pear to be preoccupied with their 'place greatly enlarged facilities. own ^ including manv t.whni^l o^_ uw ml5 eiy BV POPULRR DEmnnoi ANOTHER YIDDISH SCREEN HIT "Motel The Operator" —starring— Choim TAUBER and Yetta SWIRLING •. JANUARY 14 15 16 NO ADVANCE IN PRICESI PLAZA theatre miatni beach j .. iMf .' 4 I i I including many technical advances in matzo baking, made possible the quiet period of experimentation which has resulted in many important improvements in the varied line of Manischewitz Matzo Products. For one thing, this period has seen the perfection of a new type of package for Manischewitz Matzo Meal, but perhaps the most spectacular achievement nu-: been the creation of the n..w Manischewitz Matzo. Patient years of blending for taste hav.; produced a matzo which goes perfectly with every type of food, and the handy new size of Manischewitz American Matzos makes them unusually convenient for canapes, party novelties and the like. But it is primarily as a delightful new food that these crisp, delicious matzos have taken their place on the family table. Wholesome sustaining, nourishing, they provide a quick source of energy between meals—an excellent accompaniment to every course at mealtime. Public reaction to the n e w Manischewitz American Matzo has been warmly enthuNazi Commissar Shttnmann. addressing a meeting of Polish workers in Kutno. said that harsh punishment would be meted out to Poles caught -collaborating with Jews. II Sl te l2L^ "W^ Fcisi siastic, proving once again the* *!$ Rational Socialist revolurecognrtwn comes quickly to C,ons Roolevelt in clrtirh/".J products that really have merit slave of these circlesCHARGES AMERICAN JEWS SUBSIDIZE WAR EFFORTS Lisbon (WNS)—The British Empire's war efforts are being subsidized by United States Jews. Alfredo Signoretti. one of Italy's foremost Jew-baiters, declared in an editorial in the Stamp, published in Turin according to a copy of the newspaper received here. "The whole political and financial hf e of the United States the anti-Semitic commentator wrote, "is honeycombed with Judaism, which has awarn 6tfug SEASON'S GREETINGS PARK FURNITURE EXCHANGE 919 % W t?-d St. Ph. 7.#10 SEASON'S GREETINGS Airline Refrigerator Sonrtca l "Wt Servie* Any Mak*. Anywhere. Anytime" PERCY L. MITCM. Mff. Phone 7.S1S4 THE SHELBY SALESBOOI CO. P. A. PETERSON. Diet. Mfle. Printed Formi and Ryatcma for Everj Iliinrirsa Requirement Nationally Known Nationally tfatd TELEPHONE 4-4240 P O. Bo> 4473. Coral Gablea Por Prompt and Courteoua Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Are.. Miami Peach PHONE 5-9407 Your Satitfaction — Our Pleaaure CALL 3-5153 FEDERAL Exterminating Co. "orman D. Jacob*. Mgr. We Specialize in Termite Eradication aad Without Any OblifatiofM Licensed and Approved Fumlcators ** America* Bank



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941 -J*i%htk>rMk>ri TROPICAL CLOSES ITS EARLY SEASON MEET • AT BOTH STORES MIAMI AND MIAMI BEACH •" Junior Boys' Nautical Denim SLACK SUITS *2 9 8 Tliese sturdy nautical denim slack suits are made for fun. Tailored with innerouter shirts in vertical striped pattern and solid color slacks with self belt and elastic in waist band. Blue or green color combinations. Ages 4 to 10 in group. BOYST WEAH, MIAMI STORK. FOURTH FLOOR CARS FOR RENT Day. Week. Month. Season All Makes Sedans, Coupes Convertibles LeWest Rates in Town Come In And Talk It Over with Mudd 162S N. C. 2nd Are. 3-5812 — Phone — 4-3059 Open Evening Til 10 SEASONS GREETINGS SCHNEIDER'S Tackle & Bait Shop Schneider & Scfirelber. Prop. 517 Wett Ave. Ph. 51923 Holiday Greetings WILSON PICTURE FRAME SHOP Pictures Framed, Framed Pictures, Glass Frames 172 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-4462 MIAMI. FLORIDA SEASON'S GREETINGS EAT A BITE Sandwich Shop AL HAVOEN. Prop. 114* N. E. 2nd An. PH. 2 .3*1 Completing the first 13 days of the Florida thoroughbred racing season today, the Gables Racing Association will move into the last three days of its 16day Winter Meeting tomorrow During the last week, the attendance and mutuels have soared to new heights and with the daily eight-race cards providing close, keen competition in each event, interest is high. Abe Allenberg, operating director of the rapidly advancing Gables course, predicted yesterday that the daily mutuels average for the firstmeeting would be around $270, 000. Tomorrow's card will highlight the annual $2,000 Seminole handicap, a 5 l i furlongs sprint for 4-year-olds ahd upwards. Supporting this feature, will be the annual running of the Fort Lauderdale and the Hialeah Purse, the first at 6 furlongs and the latter at one mile and 70 yards. With the Monday and Tuesday cards bringing the meeting to a close, each eight-race card is well headlined with featured races and with top fields assured, crowds of 8,000 to 10,000 are expected to see these final programs. Following the Tuesday program, all hands at Tropical Park will swing into action in preparing for the Spring meeting of 36 days which starts March 3 and continues through April 10. One of the outstanding highlights of the last week at Tropical Park has been the formal racing which finds favorites stepping in notable style while the record crowd and mutuels for the special Orange Bowl-New Year's morning race card drew society, turfdom, sports and business leaders from practically every state. TEMPLE ISRAEL RA 117 M. L 1tth Office Phone 2-7745 I JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Indian Creek Drive—-12SS Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 550 N. E. Slat St.—MM Miami Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself firosn the congregation."—HifleL In observance of Federation Sabbath, in all Miami Congregations, the contemporary world scene will ba discussed Friday evening by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and Mr. Isaac Joffe, executive director of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. A reception for worshipers, under Sisterterhood sponsorship, will follow the services. Sunday morning, Jan. 4, 1941, 11:00 o'clock, Congregational participation and Torah Reading. "Portrait of a Prototype," will be the topic of a sermon by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having arUclea of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladlea Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained or them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 187 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartx. 2-7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Sehwartx, 2-1864 and they will be called for DeFILLIPI CONCERT Our Temple will set a precedent in the community when a special concert for the benefit of the Miami University will be presented at our Temple on Wednesday evening, January 29th, 1941. Arturo deFilllpi, outstanding operatic singer, will be the soloist of the evening, and will render a most enjoyable group of arias and songs from his repertoire. This artist needs no introduction in Miami's musical circles. Having sung with noted opera companies abroad and in the United States, Mr. deFillipi is now a member of the faculty of the University of Miami Music Department. The entire proceeds will be •presented to the University, since that institution of learning deserves out utmost friendship and greatest cooperation. As a matt-.of civic pride, we should encourage the great strides taken by the University, under the leadership of Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, and aid in all its endeavlors. Members of our congregation and their friends are especially urged to make their reservations as early as possible, with Dr. Frank Coret, chairman of the affair, at the admission of 1.00 per person. Tickets are also available by calling the Temple office. The January meeting of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held in Kaplan Hall on Monday, January 6th, 1941, at 2:00 p. m. The program will feature Mr. Lawrence Schlecter, attorney and lecturer, who will review "I, The King," by Herman Kesten. The musical program will be presented by Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, who will play the Beethoven Sonata. On the agenda of the meeting will be the reading of the revised by-laws. Mrs. Max Steuer will preside. The meeting will be preceded by the Sisterhood luncheon at 12:30. Members of the Sisterhood are asked to bring their own sandwiches and purchase coffee and cake from the Sisterhood. BAR MITZVAH Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen announce the bar mitzvah of their son Billy, to be held at the Temple services this Saturday morning, Jan. 4th, 1941, at 11:00 o'clock. A reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents after the morning service. 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 names of the following will be hallowed: Yahrzeits: Louis Nevins, father of Mr. Harry Nevins; Esther Zeientz, mother of Mr. Louis Zeientz; Dora Hammer, grandmother of Mrs. A. M. Wise, and mother of Mrs. Hammer; Benjamin Wertheimer, brother of Mr. Adolph Wertheimer; Samuel Liebling, brother of Mr. Norman Liebling; Frank L. Simon, father of Mr. Herbert A. Simon; Michael Selig Magid, father of Mr. Harry I. 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Among the guest artists appearing on the Sunday Evening Hour for the first time is Zino Francescatti, French violinists who critics say is "worthy of the mantle of Pagannini." He will appear Sunday, Feb. 2. Established favorites who will return to the program include Lawrence Tibbett, Nino Martini, Grace Moore, Nelson Eddy, Richard Crooks, Lily Pons, Jose Iturbi, Helen Traubel, Gladys Swarthout, Dorothy Maynor, and Rise Stevens. Eugene Goossens, popular director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, is the only new conductor on the Sunday Evening Hour this season. GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For Daily Deliveries Call 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue Visitors Welcome WOULD YOU GIV A PENNY to Mop thai (vzadac/ic ? M OST people who use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills say that one) pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. 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January 3, 1941

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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fOLUME 14No. 1
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
EDERATION OPENS 1941 $125,515 CAMPAIGN
Solomon Goldman to
ddress Mass Meeting ot
Xami Jewry Sunday Night
HECTOR JOFFE
PLEADS FOB UNIT!
taugurating the 1941 Cam-
of the Greater Miami Jew-
Federation to raise $125,515,
u Jewry will assemble Sun-
morning at 10:30 o'clock at
Vlcazar Hotel, Campaign
Quarters, for final instruc-
at *he "Kick-off Break-
All captains and workers
Texpected to be present and
campaign procedure out-
in detail.
Solomon Goidman, a na-
n1 figure in the world scene
y, will speak at the mass
sting and rally sponsored by
feration Sunday evening at
iple Israel, 137 N. E. 19th St.
isolicitation of funds will be
le nor any charge for
fission He came to Miami
lially for the event and the
of his address will be
H What Future."
Goldman was the presi-
of the Z. O. A. in 1939 and
jairman of the United Jew-
Appeal for refugees and
seas needs.
f. Goldman is one of the fore-
scholars in the American
fit. He has taken an active
in the major Jewish com-
il enterprises of this coun-
id has also played a lead-
art in the civic affairs of
jo, where he has been rab-
the Anshe Emet Congrega-
|for the past eleven years,
of the outstanding person-
in the movement for the
lilding of the Jewish home-
1CONTINUED ON PAGE
On the eve of Federation's
1941 Campaign. I address myself
to the members of our commun-
ity of Greatef Miami with a
single plea:a plea for unity
unity for many purposes First
a united, virile and successful
campaign, over the top of the
$125,515.00 goalSecond, the
strengthening and unification of
all elements composing our com-
munity, all working for a com-
mon cause.Third, a unity of
purpose, so that, as a result of
our activity in Federation and
its annual Campaign, there will
come about a complete coordin-
ation of all Jewish activities in
the Greater Miami area.
Is this too much to hope for?
I believe not. I have the utmost
confidence in the innate ability
of every Jew in Miami to rise
to his or her responsibility in
creating in our city a citadel of
strength and unity which will
be as a beacon light guiding
every Jewish community in the
United States. It can be done if
only we will it.
But our immediate task before
us is the 1941 Campaign. The
goal is $125,515.00the dates are
January 5 to January 15the
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ltAAC JOCPC, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR GREATER MIAMI PEDERATION
DR. SOLOMON GOLDMAN
One of the foremost scholars
in the American pulpit, who
will address Miami Jewry Sun-
day night at a mass meeting
and rally held at Temple Israel.
137 N. E. 19th Street. His
Theme will be "JewsWhat
Future?" It will be time well
spent to hear this noted figure.
M. J. KOPELOWITZ
General Campaign Chairman
FEDERATION
SABBATH
All religious institutions of
the Greater Miami Area will
feature "Federation" this Fri-
day evening when representa-
tives of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation will speak.
Mr. Isaac Joffe. executive
director of Federation, will
occupy the pulpit of Temple
Israel. His topic will be
"Whither."
At Beth David Congrega-
tion. Mr. Stanley C. Myers.
president of Federation, will
address the audience.
The Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation will hear Mr.
Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the Y. M. H. A.
and chairman of the speakers'
bureau of the Federation.
Miami Beach Beth Jacob
Congregation will be ad-
dressed by Mr. Leo Robinson,
president of the American
Bank It Trust Company and
treasurer of Federation.
Federation President Calls
Upon Community To Aid
In Alleviating Suffering
Yesterday I wrote to the mem-
bers of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish community, advising them of
the opening of Federation's 1941
Campaign, on January 5. and re-
questing them to give a listening
ear and an open pocketbook to
the volunteer worker who will
call upon them.
I posed the question which may
be asked of the worker: "What
will I get if I give?" Here is the
answer you will get:
First: Convenience this is
the once-a-year campaign in
Greater Miami for all Jewish
causes. It saves you being asked
for contributions to 41 separate
Jewish institutions and agencies.
Second: Security the allevi-
ation of the refugee problem
abroad will minimize the reper-
cussions in this country. We
should not fool ourselves. What
happens to our brethren abroad
does affect our security at home.
Third: The position of respec-
tability in the community among
your fellow men both for
yourself and for your family.
Fourth: A sense of peace in
your soul in the knowledge that
you, in this most tragic period
(CONTINUED ON PACE 3)
On the eve of the 1941 Feder-
ation campaign, I call upon ev-
ery man, woman and child of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity to joyously assume his
and her share of the tremendous
responsibility that is ours in the
coming year.
There is something amazing
and enthralling about our wel-
fare fund campaign. Hundreds
of our co-religionists this coming
Sunday morning will start a can-
vass of our community, soliciting
contributions for the support of
more than forty Jewish causes
This united effort of a united
community to serve our people
is in itself stimulating and in-
spiring. But it is yet more in-
spiring to contemplate the results
of this united effort. The fund!
collected will be put into the
Federation pocketbook and then
will be distributed through chan-
nels of Jewish charity to
strengthen the bodies and the
minds of our American Jewish
youth, to relieve and alleviate
human suffering and misery in
our own country arid in Europe.
Every dollar that will be giver*
will be divided intelligently and
equitably, at the least possible
expense, among causes where
that dollar will do the most good
in these trying times.
But there is something about
this 1941 campaign that is tragic
and dramatic, too. It is almost
(CONTINUED ON PACE 7)
STANLEY C. MYERS, PRESIDENT OREATER MIAMI FEDERATION
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MIAmTfLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 1
GREATER HEIGHTS
To each man, woman and child of Greater Miami the Fed-
eration campaign brings a messagea personal one, a com-
pelling one. It is the battle cry calling upon the individual to
step forward and be counted in this humanitarian undertaking,
challenging him to fill the gaps of worldly needs, necessities,
and demands aided by the priceless values of the realization
of a rightful responsibility.
In the course of the past weeks The Jewish Floridian has
given generous space to the preliminary preparations of the
once-a-year fund raising effort of the Federation with 41 over-
seas, national, regional, and local agencies receiving support.
It is inconceivable that there are still among us men. women,
and children not familiar with the Jewish tragedy and needs
both here and abroad, and the active pait Americn Jews have
taken and are taking in order to bring relief, existence, suc-
cor, rehabilitation and improvement to our people.
Relief, existence, and success to our brethren overseas!
Men, women and children without a country, shunned and de-
spised victims of an inhuman cruelty in a state of absolute
helplessness. They need homesfood-shelterthey need
hope! Oui fellow Jews worthy of our loyalty and generosity
look to us, their only source, in this hour of their need. We
have helped them in the past. We cannot let them down at the
present. Our efforts and actions can rescue them from doom.
Our efforts and actions can help thousands of refugees find
a new home in Palestine and promote the upbuilding of the
Jewish homeland, which has grown in strength and in amaz-
ing numbers in spite of all obstacles and difficulties.
Our efforts can aid in the adjustment and integration of
refugees in the United States so that they may start life anew.
The United Jewish Appeal comprising the Joint Distribution
Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and the National Relu-
gee Service receiving the money our Federation has allocated
for overseas needs are agencies whose many years of experi-
ence and accomplishments places them in a position to carry
out large scale relief and resettlement operations, if the neces-
sary funds are forthcoming.
Our efforts through Federation will enable us to look to our
defenses, to strengthen them, and to encourage them by pro
viding the means by which they may carry on. It is evident
that the best defenses for the Jew lies in its future generations,
in its Jewish teaching, Jewish thinking and character organiza-
tions, as the Young Men's Hebrew Association and the united
local Jewish education project, Federation participants. In addi-
tion to which through our support we keep alive and help
civic, protective, cultural, health, and welfare agencies, Ye-
shivahs, the Hias. the Ort, the Youth Aliyah.
Money is a puny sacrifice compared to sacrifices made and
that will have to be made with the lack of financial aid to these
recipients.
The calibre of the leadership of our Federation is one of
which any community may be proud. Federation's record and
accomplishments in its short existence speak for themselves.
The task ahead is clearly defined. It is real. It is chal-
lenging. With the entire community showing the manifesta-
tion, the will, the determination, the fortitude, and the coopera-
tion. Federation will reach its goal and the Jewish citizenry of
Miami will attain greater heights, recognized as a people that
have realized their responsibility.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
HAPPY NEW YEAR
EVERYBODY
As you read this column, you ;
will have said good-bye to 1940 j
and will have ushered in 1941
with the appropriate ceremonies
and festivities. After thai. I hope
all of us will be in a position.
ready, able and willing, to con-
tinue the vast job that lies ahead
of us in the coming year. With
all the accomplishments of the
past year, the Y. M. H. A. has
but scratched the surface. The
real work, that of erecting a new
Community Center building, is
still before us. This can be ac-
complished only with the full co-
operation of every Jewish man
and woman in this vicinity. May
1 urge you to put your shoulders
to the wheel and work with us to
that end when called upon to
do so.
WINS HONORABLE MENTION
In October. 1939, the Dade
County Juvenile Council offered a
loving cup to that organization
who, in the next twelve calen-
dar months, beginning October
1, 1939. will have done the most
to prevent juvenile delinquency
Over twenty-five organizations
competed for this prize. The cup
was won by one of the local or-
ganizations who did a splendid
job with negro boys. The Y. M
H. A. and four other organiza-
tions won honorable mention in
this contest This fact shows
that we are recognized as a char-
acter youth building agency by
the county authorities. The fact
that none of our members has
ever been involved in any juven-
ile delinquency has influenced
the judges a great deal in giving
us honorable mention
CAVALCADE OF STARS
Herman Waitsman and Leo
Robinson, co-chairmen of the
Cavalcade of Stars committee.
arc busy preparing details for
this gigantic event which will
take place on Saturday midnight.
January 25 at the Plaza Thea-
tre This year there will be so
I many artists in this vicinity that
we urge at this time all of you
to make your reservations for
tickets early because, from pres-
ent indications, the demand will
be so large that it will be hard to
accommodate everybody. Our
motto will be 'First come, first
served."'
SUNDAY NIGHT BASKETBALL
On Sunday night. January 5.
at 8:30 o'clock, the Y will start
its first seasonal basketball game
at the Y athletic field when it
will compete with the Cunning-
ham Team of the City League.
This latter team recently defeat-
ed the Y. M. C. A. and' is com-
posed of former high school
stars of this great sport. Members
of the Y team who will play
Sunday night are Mickey Lubel.
Davis Lackowitz. Jack Rosen,
Stanley Tinter. Ken Kasselman.
Stanley Weintraub. Sam Kelser.
Dancing will follow immediately
after the game.
It is planned to have a basket-
ball game every Thursday and
Sunday nights during the months
of January. February and March.
Season tickets for all the games
are available and may be had
from the Y office for $1.50 per
season ticket. Single admissions
will be 35c.
Y. W. H. A.
Mrs. Leon Lieberman, chair-
man of the special projects com-
mittee, announces that classes
in interior decorating will be re-
(CONTINUED ON PACE 6)
FROM ABROAD
Since Mussolini entered the war his compulsory collaboration
with Hitler has so depleted Italy's food supply that even the
Fascist leaders are beginning to get worried Fruit and veget-
ables particularly, of which Italy used to have an overabun-
dance, are now becoming rare delicacies throughout the pen-
nsula Latest newspaper reports at the time of writing have
the Nazis en route to Hellas We'd like it better if the last two
letters of Hellas were omitted Which leminds us to tell you
that if the Greeks continue routing the Italians Hitler may teach
Mussolini a lesson by taking over Northern Italy and the rest of
France ... We have it the authority of a distinguished anti-
Fascist Italian that the grandmother of Count Ciano, Mussolini's
son-in-law, bore the maiden name Halevi Winchell gleefully
reports a Berlin broadcast of a couple of weeks ago in which the
Nazis went to special trouble to explain that they didn't care
if Walter and Bishop Manning were opposed to Hitlerism, be-
cause nobody ever heard of Winchell or the Bishop, anyway ..
From England comes the story of the small boy who was com-
forting an old lady frightened by a thunderstorm "That
wasn't Hitler, lady." said the air-raid-hardened youngster, "that
was Godand he won't hurt you" .
HERE AND NOW
Congratulations to PM, which after six months still is known
as Manhattans new afternoon paper, for its expose of Fifth
Columners and anti-Semitic infiltration in these United States .
Felicitations to the Overseas Press Club on getting rid of mem-
ber George Sylvester Viereck. a prominent Hitler-lover The
power behind the anti-English propaganda here, they say, is
one W. R. Davis, an oil man with big business relations with
the Nazis What's this about anti-Semitism in the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra? Jewish members are growing scarcer
than hen's teeth, we hear, since Hans Lange became boss
there It's Walter Winchell whose tip on the Princess Stefanie
Hohenlohe. that "Honorary Aryan" whom Hitler can have with
our compliments, led to the deportation proceedings against
her And we must pass on to you his latest descriptive
phrase for the atmosphere in New York's Nazi section"malice
in Bunderland."
JEWISH NEWS
The leaders of New York's Yeshiva College nurse the for-
lorn hope that Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog of Palestine, who now
is on his way to this country, may be prevailed upon to become
the successor of the late Dr. Bernard Revel in the presidency of
the College ... To us it looks, however, as if the one who will
inherit Dr. Revel's seat is Rabbi Leo Jung, who combines schol-
arship with administrative ability .Inside news is that the
membership campaign of the Zionist Organizaiton of America
is going over with a bang The split between the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee and the United Palestine Appeal is beyond
repair, notwithstanding all kinds of peace rumors that you
may hear in the near future The New Zionist Organization,
which consists of followers of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky, is
preparing to send a delegation to South Africa to obtain polit-
ical and financial support for the establishment of a Jewish
army in this war Seen down in the lower East Side during
the recent Christmas shopping season was a Santa Claus, in
full costume, who spoke fluent Yiddish to the neighborhood
kids ... The Broadway Central Hotel, long a center of East
Side social life, is beginning to take the first word in its name
more seriously, and is opening a night club on the premises
TRUE STORY
The recent visit of Governor John Moses of North Dakota-
he's not Jewish, by the wayto the White House, recalled to the
President a curious coincidence that took place a quarter of a
century ago, when he was Assistant Secretary of the Navy
It seems that he had chosen the name Israel, after an American
Captain, for one of the Navy's new destroyers While Roose-
velt was going over the personnel list for the destroyer an aide
came into his office with another personnel list for another de-
stroyer, named Moses ... The coincidence struck Roosevelt as
so funny that he burst out laughing, whereupon the aide in-
quired whether there was anything wrong with the crew lists.
And the question made the future president laugh some more-
tor the lists of officers for the two boats were headed by the
names Murphy and O'Reilly. z
STAGE AND SCREEN
Charlie Chaplin, the last hold-out against the talkinq film.
may yet find himself featured on the sound-track of a film in
wh!?, herwon EK*" a a" It seems that his Hitler speeches
a I ?-lc,a,or sound so much more like Adolfthan
do the efforts of any other Hollywood actor that ParamoA* is
going to ask Charhe ,o lend them his voice for a picture in whS?
they need such a speech ... Tip to soldiers and sailor*? JU
Jolson has arranged that any man in Uncle Sam's armed J*
SLfS TVva *? ,i-Cket ,0r hU musical ^omijy^
Hold On To Your Hats The Ens Paul Mun. back to the screen after quite a vacation ^
ABOUT PEOPLE
Painter Elias Newman who wne k< ..
tine Pavilion at the World's Fair Jasgone ,oT.l'?' % *?"
he supervising the installation d 1^e Palestii^ !?r
international exhibit in the Cleveland^ *JCtl0n ** **
pleting this job H^uZwffl ^CSf" After -
painting for a number of months t0 ""="


FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
+Jewish fHrldlar
PAGE THREE
The 19th bi-annual Tau Epsilon
national convention was held at
Hollywood Beach Hotel Dec.
25-28. This was an event of last
week, with over 200 delegates
and guests attending. The affair
opened Wednesday night with a
dance at the Tau Xi Chapter's
house at the University of Miami.
Thursday night a dinner was
held on the boardwalk of the
Hollywood Beach Hotel. Friday
night a stag banquet, and tne
feature of the evening was a spe-
cial race named in honor of the
fraternity at the Hollywood Ken-
nel Club. Saturday afternoon
Tropical Park honored the or-
ganization by also featuring a
race in their honor. The conven-
tion was brought to a successful
close with a dinner dance at the
Hollywood Country Club. Guest
speakers at the convention were
Edmund I. Kaufman, president
of the Zionist Organization of
America; Rabbi Max Shapiro of
Miami, who gave the opening in-
vocation of the convention; May-
or R. B. Springer of Hollywood,
who gave the welcoming address.
Election of officers for the na-
tional chapter was held at the
business meetings. Mr. Louis
Heiman of Miami was general
chaiman of the affai.

Joseph Dryer and son Arthur of I
New York City arrived in Miami
Christmas Day to spend a three
week vacation on Miami Beach.
Sid Shane was host at a party in
their honor at the Edsinger Ho-
tel yesterday.

Miss Goldie Klugman of Savan-
nah, Ga., is visiting in Miami
during the holiday season. Miss
Klugman is the fiance of Mr.
Charles Adelman.

Miss Ida Cohen of Pittsburgh was
entertained by Mrs. B. L. Cohan
of 1233 10th Street, Miami Beach
this past week.
o SOCIETY >&
RAY U. SHOCHET, Society Editor
Rabbi Kolomon Kellner. father of
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, left
Wednesday after spending the
Chanuka holidays with his son
and daughter-in-law. A recep-
tion in his honor was hi Id Sun-
day at tne home of Rabbi and
Mrs. Kellner. Several hundred
people attended. Rabbi Kellner
is the Rabbi of the Poaei Zed-
eke Congregation in Passaic, N.
J., and is chaplain of the Jewish
Was Veteran Post there.

The men and women's divisions
of the Miami Beach Mizrachi held
their second annual Chanuka lat-
keh party Sunday night. Close to
three hundred people attended.
The proceeds will go towards the
Nachlat Herzog and other Miz-
rachi land projects in Palestine.
The next meeting will be held at
the Beth Jacob synagogue in the
form of a melaveh malkeh Sat-
urday night. January 25.

The wedding of Miss Edithye
Ourisman of Washington, D. C.
and Harold M. Blicher of Miami
was solemnized New Year's Day
at the St. Moritz Hotel. After a
honeymoon trip the couple will
reside in Miami.

Alvin F. Gardner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Gardner, returned to
Atlanta Southtrn Dental College
to resume his studies after spend-
ing the holidays in Miami.

Mr and Mrs. Bernard of Brook-
lyn, N. Y.. are visiting Mrs. Ber-
nard's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Drewich, 420 S. W. 61st Ct.
THE ONLY VEGETARIAN
BEANS FOR ME!
wswfi
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Baking in Hot, Dry Ovens
Gives These Kosher Beans
Their "Home-Mode" Flavor.
0) Back in the old country,
grandma inherited a secret from
her mother. In making Cholent,
she learned that only thorough
baking could impart the taste
that made the dish tempting.
Heinz chefs are heirs to that
same secret. Heinz Vegetarian
Beans are baked through and
through not boiled. That's
why Heinz leads the field by a
mile in the sale of Vegetarian
Beans. Ask your Kosher delica-
tessen or your grocer which
brand all his customers prefer.
MRS. STANLEY C. MYERS
General Chairman Women's Division of Federation Campaign
KOSHER PAREVE
' Look on the label (or this seal of approval
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
VEGETARIAN
OVEN-BAKED

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Yehudi Menuhin. boy prodigy of
yesterday and today considered
by many critics as the greatest vi-
olin genius of this age. will play
for the first time in Miami next
Monday evening at the White
temple. Yehudi was just 10
months old when he attended his
first concert, smuggled in for a
matinee performance of the San-
Francisco Symphony orchestra,
by his parents, who could not
afford a nurse to take care of
yehudi Menuhin in those days.
He learned to say Bach and
Mendelssohn simultaneously with
"Abba" and "Ima" (Hebrew for
father and mother, which he still
uses), could handle the bow of a
violin at two. had mastered the
fingering at three, began his stu-
dies with Louis Persinger at four.
and made his first public ap-
pearance at seven as soloist in
the same hall where he had en-
joyed his first musical experi-
ence and with the same orches-
tra. Two years of study in Eu-
rope with Busch and Enesco read-
ied the "wunderkind" for the
performance of the Beethoven
Concerto with the New York
Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie
Hall in 1927 that echoed round
the world, linking the name of
the plump little blue eyed, blond
haired boy with the greatest im-
mortals of the violin. During the
past year Menuhin has contribut-
ed, through benefit perform-
ances, over $89,000 to War Relief.
the last, at Carnegie Hall on
Dec. 2nd, drew over $20,000.
Tickets for the Menuhin con-
cert are now on sale at Philpitt's.
36 N. Miami Ave.
The famed Alamac Hotel, just
recently acquired by the Andron
Hotel Company, from the Moun-
tain House. Haines Falls, N. Y
and also from the Senator Hotel.
Miami Beach, has planned a very
elaborate and original program
of activity for the entire winter.
Johnny Wright and his orchestra
have been engaged for the entire
season and they have already
launched the musical schedule
of the season. Interesting and
specialty programs have been
planned for every evening.
Final plans for the Beth Jacob
Sisterhood banquet program to
be held at the London Arms
Hotel Wednesday evening. Jan-
uary 8th, at 7:30 p. m.. have
been completed. The officers to
be installed are Mrs. B. H. Lon-
don, president, for the fourth
consecutive year; Mrs. M. Kreig-
er, first vice president; Mrs. A
Berow. second vice president;
Mrs. R. Bernkopf, third vice pres-
ident; Mrs. M. Mamches. record-
ing secretary; Mrs. R. Kelemer,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. J.
Wucher. financial secretary; Mrs.
J. Shapiro, treasurer; Mrs. M.
Mescheloff, auditor. Mrs. M.
Kreiger will be in charge of the
program and will serve as in-
stalling officer. Mrs. Mescheloff
will deliver the invocation. Mrs.
M. Frank will give the closing
benediction. Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff will be the principal speak-
er. Miss Malvina Weiss will in-
troduce the evening's talent
which will include Cantor M.
Mamches, Mrs. H. Turk, monol-
ogist; Miss Dorothy Lightman,
dramatics; Mrs. H. Faber, vocal-
ist; Mr. A. Bramson, flutist, and
a well known orchestra. On the
ticket committee are mesdames
S. Blank, L Mintzer. A. Slome A.
Berow. A. J. Tobin. R. Bern-
knopf, J. Morris, D. Becker, A.
Lipowsky, J. Albert, H. Gottes-
man, R. Jamison, B. Turchin, A.
Auslander, and I. Spivak. Res-
ervations can be made with the
committee or at the hotel.
Mrs. Martin Biedeiman and
daughter Ruth of New York, are
spending the holidays in Miami
Beach at the Glades Hotel and
are visiting Mrs. Biederman's
sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Pritzker. Mrs.
Biederman's husband, Mr. Bied-
erman, is associated with the St.
Clair hospital of New York.
They will return home next
week.

Dr. George J. Rosenthal. Miami
attorney, died Tuesday of a
heart attack. He came here 22
years ago from New York, and
was a physician as well as a law-
yer. He was a charter member
of B'nai B'rith lodge, and the
Young Men's Hebrew Associa-
tion.

Mrs. Eva Gelder. 2360 S. W. 16th
Terrace, died Tuesday in a local
hospital. She came here 17 years
ago from Chicago. She is sur-
vived by two sons, J. E. Gelder
of Los Angeles and Harris H; a
daughter, Mrs. Hazel G. Reichen-
back of Miami, and a sister. Fun-
eral services were held with Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan officating.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spaet an-
nounce the birth of a child Satur-
day at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital.
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PAGE FOUR

JkLA
EPA

THE KEY TO HAPPINESS IS
CONTENTMENT
by RABBI LEONARD 3. MERVIS
Temple Beth EL Pensacola. Florida
nspires it It has no protection
against adversity It is not con-
tentment; it is sell-congratula-
One the persistent questions
.,1 mankind a question that wih
as long as there are
people on car::. is n can
achieve happiness. In this little
essay I would like to suggest that
happiness is inconceivable witl
out contentment. Let us expiore
the relationship of contentment
and happiness.
Her.ry Ward Beecher. the fa-
mous minister of the last cen-
enry. once remarked that ;n his
lifetime he had seen only 12
contented faces. This renowned
preacher who through reputa-
tion and travel met the best
known people of his day could
report only a dozen contented
persons among his acquaint-
. This is all the more sur-
ng when we realize that
ntment is something uni-
, :y sought. Not everyone
s wealth. Not everyone de-
sires education. Not everyone de-
sires power. But contentment is
ed bv all. For content
is considered a key to happiness.
y it is a rare quality, ever.
- rare than most of us un-
,_.: Often when we think we
. content with what we
u -. with what we are. our
| is far removed from true
tment Sometimes w
take self-congratulation for con-
lent In this mood we are
-.akers who find a prepond-
>f assets over deficits, .:'
ver sorrows. What would j
y if we found our table not i
laden with food and the larder
-. filled with provisions" Would
we say. -This is also for the
best?" Many of us would not. In-
stead we are fair weather enthu-
iasts who register satisfaction
-..;. under ideal conditions. Such
Contentment is the essence of
selfishness. It is dependent upon
exterior circumstances. It draws
its inspiration from clear skies
and smooth sailing and hence
lasts only as long as that which
tion. ...
Self-congratulation brings
worship. You say to yours,
lam content with what I have.
Thank God. I have a home. I
! have my health. My children are
' happv. Look at my neigh oor.. He
at his home. He has suffered
misfortune after another.
As you reflect upon your good
fortune, you become conscious of
the part you played through
your wisdom, diligence, and en-
ergy in bringing about your su-
perior position. You say to your-
' self: "If m>' neighbor had worked
I as hard as I. he would not be in
the difficult situation that he is
today" Instead of a contented
person, you are now a self-con-
gratulator and self-worshipper.
You are forgetting that so many
good things are yours just by
accident of birth. Suppose
you lived in Europe or China.
How far would you get even
: w:.h y0Ur thrift, industry, and
rtive? The truly contented
person does not speak slightingly ,
Stht rtunate but rememb-
ers that they are people like him-
. self but they are victims of cir-
cumstances and he is favored by
conditions. The philosophy of the
i self-congratulator and self-wor-
; shipper is that life is a series of
! steps to be ascended, a series of
gains to be won. To them the
steps are not final goals but are
approaches to further desires
Sincere Holiday Greetings
PENSACOLA
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
1407 N. Palafax Ph. 5510
PENSACOLA. FLA.
CONTINUED FKOM PAGE *J
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THEODORE CLAFES
Wholesale
OYSTERS and SHRIMP
609 S. Palafax Dial 3408
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WEBB FLORIST
Mobile Highway Dial 2413
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CLARK'S
SERVICE STATION
AND GROCERY
Ferrypass Road Ph. 9796
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DAVIS HAT CLEANING
"WE ARE SPECIALISTS"
Work Called for and Delivered
124 S. Palafax Ph. 4643
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
TRAWICK
AUTO PARTS CO.
2325 W. Cervantes Ph. 3459
PENSACOLA. FLA.
'*
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PHILIP I. FISCHLER
PAINTING 8t DECORATING
COMPANY
"If It's Done With Paint
We Do It"
122 E. Intendencia Ph. 5*46
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF MARINE
SUPPLY CO.
611 S. Palafax Ph. 6912
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DIXIE SEAFOOD
MARKET
Complete Line of Seafood
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
Cor. Braivard and 9th Ave.
PHONE 6018
PENSACOLA. FLA.
LIFE & CASUALTY INSURANCE CO.
JAMES McNIEL
American National Bank Building Phone 3743
PENSACOLA. FLA.

Holiday Greetings
AL'S BICYCLE SHOP
New Used
Expert Repairs
201 S. Baylen Ph. 9370
Pensacola. Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PENSACOLA
YACHT CLUB
Sincere Holiday Greetings
BARRIOS & ACOSTA
Sheet Metal WorkRoofers
110 E. Govt. Phone 6363
PENSACOLA. FLA.
COMPLIMENTS
I. H. GARMANY
Distributors
GULF OIL PRODCTS
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Holiday Greetings
ENGSTROM TENT k
AWNING CO.
Awnings Tents Tarpaulins
509 1-2 S. Palaiax Ph. 5743
Pensacola. Fla.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEA KURE LOCKER CLUB
32 West Government Phone 9321
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Holiday Greetings
GYLNQUIST
SCREEN k CABINET CO.
Bar Fixtures k Equipment
Show Case* Counters
Custom Built Furniture
120 E. Intendencia Ph. 5846
Pensacola, Fla.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY
ROYAL CROWN (RC) COLA
PENSACOLA FLA.

HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HORN'S
BETTER CLEANERS
AND DYERS
"It's New When We're Thru"
Beautiful Dry Cleaning
and Dyeing of
Ladies fc Gents Garments
WE DELIVER ,
2*0 N. Palaiax Dial S752
PENSACOLA FLA
Sincere Holiday Greetings
FRANCIS E. MYERS
AUTO REPAIRING
Fender and Body Work
Welding
IS N. Tarragona Ph. 3265
PENSACOLA FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BOUCHILLON
RADIO SERVICE
28 E. Garden St. Phone 9712
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SDCCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DUVAL LUMBER CO.
Lumber for Every Building Purpose Wholesale Retail
F. H. A Loans Remodeling New Construction
South "A" St at W. Intendencia Dial 2418
PENSACOLA FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WORKMEN'S CLEANERS LAUNDERERS
SANITONE CLEANING
Main Plant 1500 N. Palaiax Dial 6191
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RAND'S COMPLETE
SERVICE CO.
FIREPROOF STORAGE
Washing. Polishing. Greasing
Cars Called for and Delivered
17 E. Garden Ph. 6262
PENSACOLA FLA
Sincere Holiday Greetngs
WARRINGTON
BEAUTY SALON
MARY GIBSON. Mgr.
A Complete Beauty Shop
Barrancas Ave Phone 5260
WARRINGTON. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SACCARO ELECTRIC CO. ^
we are Specialists in Designing and Modernising Electrical
JftSfigg for rartory. Otiice and Horn.
BE SURE BE SAFE BE SATISFIED
522 N. Alcanix St Dial 37*51
PENSACOLA FLA.
SINCERE HOUDAY GREETINGS
GEORGE C. PFEIFFER SERVICE STATION
E. Pensacola Height, Phoo. 91l7
PENSACOLA FLA.


FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
'Jewls*ncrldUan
PAGE FIV1
THE KEY TO HAPPINESS
IS CONTENTMENT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
and further achievements. These
people go from step to step, rest-
less, discontented. Their theme
song is: "If I shall have this, I
shall be happy. If next year, I can
send my son to college, pay taxes
and take a little vacation, then I
shall be content." The next year
comes. He sends his son to col-
lege; he pays his taxes and en-
joys a vacation in the mountains;
but still his heart is not satisfied.
He is already concerned with
next year's joy and next year's
favor. The spirit of contentment
speaks in a different manner. It
realizes that the conditions that
bring fortune today may not ex-
ist tomorrow. The contented per-
son realizes that just when he is
surest the "solid walls of his ex-
istence may be turned to tremu-
lous branches and he may be out
among the winds, under the stars
where nothing is fixed. He may
have to go from field to field. The
landscape will change constantly.
The ground under his feet will
now be barren and now be rich.
But realizing that the uncertain-
ties of life are not the exception
nor the bane of existence, but the
very rule and joy of life, he faces
the open sky with head erect in
anticipation of the earth's mys-
teries and unchangefulness." Be-
cause his most fixed condition is
not really fixed, but sure of dis-
turbance and exposed to all the
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BOBE'S GARAGE
AUTO REPAIRS
2107 Cervantes Ph. 9238
PENSACOLA. FLA.
winds of change, because of this,
not despite this, life to him is an
adventure that he is happy to
explore.
In addition to self-congratula-
tors and self-worshippers, there
are those who confuse content-
ment with self-satisfaction. There
are many who think they are
fulfilling God's will and who are
satisfied with their lot in life
because year after year finds
them no worse off than the year
before. They thank God that they
have the same fortunes, the same
prejudices, the same fears, the
same routine, and the same
troubles. They think they are
content. In reality their content-
ment is nothing more than stag-
nation of the spirit. They live in
an area of mental hibernation
where new vistas of experience
and new frontiers ol learning
are unknown. "Is this content-
ment," a writer has asked, "to
hope for nothing, to aspire to
nothing, to strive for nothing, in
short to rest in inglorious ease,
do nothing, for your own or oth-
er's improvement, satisfied with
the conditions in which you or
they are placed?" Let people be-
ware of this type of contentment.
For it is a smoke screen to hide
inactivity and unconcern. It is a
soothing logic to justify compla-
cency. It is time to admit that
when we reply to one who seeks
our help that he should be thank-
ful for what he has, it is time to
admit that we have degraded
contentment into self-satisfaction.
I am not trying to belittle the
value of contentment. I merely
want to convey the thought that
contentment is not complete
without humility. The contented
person must be able to say with
the Patriarch Jacob, "I am un-
worthy of all the kindnesses and
the truth which Thou hast be-
stowed upon me, O God." He
must know that he might be
more favored but not more de-
serving nor better than his fel-
lowman. He must realize that cir-
cumstances which work to his
advantage and place him in a
position of superiority today
might tomorrow disappear and
hurl him downward on the road
to failure. If that day should
come, he must have the courage
to face the altered scene with de-
termined faith. Courage is the
foundation upon which true con-
tentment rests. Where there is
fear, there contentment is in
jeopardy. The courageous per-
son can be satisfied with little,
much or nothing. The fearful
person never feels secure. Fear
will drain the well of content-
ment. Courage will keep it brim-
ming. Hence contentment is in-
complete without courage. It is
also incomplete without idealism.
In every contented person there
must be the leaven of idealism
working silently and strongly to
j keep the spirit fresh, the mind
I alert, and the heart attuned to
i the needs of mankind. Wherever
a person may be on the ladder of
success or failure, he must al-
ways be content, but never self-
satisfied. Forever he must seek
a richer life for himself and his
brothers. In the quality of his
seeking is the quality of the per-
son he becomes. He is not rest-
less, but growing, not agitated
but maturing, not disturbed but
rising to his full stature.
Let's summaribe in this mathe-
matical fashion. Contentment
minus humility is self-worship.
Contentment minus courage is
selfcongratulation. Contentment
minus idealism is self-satisfac-
tion. Contentment plus humility,
plus courage, plus idealism add
up to peace, happiness, and use-
fullness. Such is the arithmetic
of contentment.
This type of contentment which
is grounded in courage, humilit.y
and idealism is the only basis for
happiness in this war-plagued
world. He who tries to achieve
happiness on any other basis de-
ceives but himself. The sweep of
today's events passes none of us
by. We cannot escape their con-
sequences. Sooner or later they
will overtake us. Meet them with
courage, humility and idealism.
There is no other way. Happiness
belongs only to the strong!
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PFEIFFER'S
BAKERY
207 E. Intendencia Ph. 3346
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PALAFAX
HOTEL
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STRAND THEATER
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
IAS. McMURRY
Plumber
47 E. Gregory St. Ph. 2325
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PENSACOLA
PACKING CO.
1413 W. Govt. Ph. 6716
PENSACOLA, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS

NOWAK BROS.
DAIRY
Grade A Pasteurized and
Raw Milk
Early Morning Deliveries
Throughout
Pensacola Warrington
Naval Air Station
DIAL 9254
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TILLER'S
CLEANERS
We Deliver in Pensacola
DIAL 5839
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Holiday Greetings
McCORMACK ROOFING CO.
Sheet Metal Work
Any Typo Any Kind
Free Estimates
24-26 W. Govt. St. Dial 3777
Pensacola. Fla.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ED LEE
PACKARD AND
STUDEBAKER
Sales fc Service
211 N. Palafax Ph. 5-1112
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TARANTO
DRUG CO.
We Specialize in the Accurate
Filling of Prescriptions
Drugs Sundries
FREE DELIVERY
1300 E. Gadsden Dial 2124
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GEORGE E. MINER
Texaco Service
Certified Lubrication
Washing Polishing
1518 N. Palafax Dial 9272
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
for Jews, have done your duty.
There is not much more I can
say, except to add that if our
goal of $125,515.00 is to be
reached, every Jewish man, wo-
man and child in Greater Miami
must respond, and respond gen-
erously. Let us demonstrate to
the entire Jewry of the United
States that in Miami every mem-
ber of our Community gives not
"as little as he can get away
with," but "as much as his gen-
erous heart dictates."
I have every confidence that
we will not fail our suffering
brethren abroad, and that we
will also lend our support to the
maintenance of our local and na-
tional institutions.
WEST FLORIDA
TRUCK & TRACTOR
CO.. INC.
T. N. Clyatt, Mgr.
"International Trucks"
106 W. Rowana Ph. 4012
PENSACOLA, FLA.
Holiday Greetings
CRABTREE'S GARAGE
ft SERVICE STATION
Complete Auto Service
201 W. Cervantes Dial 9268
Pensacola, Fla.
Holiday Greetings
McCURLEY SALES SYSTEM
Manufacturers Of
Signs Sales
NEON
Displays Service
126 E. Govt. Dial 9611
Pensacola, Fla.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUNYAN MACHINE & BOILER WORKS
Welding and Machine Works
"JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS"
800 South Palafax Phone 6263
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RHODES COLONS FURNITURE CO.
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
Corner Palafax and Chase Phone 4164
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
J. H. MYRICK
FEEDS
DIAL 4159 GOULDING. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
APPELGATE GRAIN CO.
MANUFACTURERS OF CROWN FEED
308 South Tarragona
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Phone 3443
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WELCH'S DAY AND NIGHT WRECKER SERVICE
110 S. Tarragona Phone 2364
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HUGH GILMORE
REFRIGERATION SERVICE
1624 East Lloyd Street
PENSACOLA. FLA.
Phone 46S2



PAGE SIX
+JminarMkMn
FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
ACLAg FL
IW)A
DIRECTOR JOFFE
PLEADS FOil UNIT!
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN

(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2)
agencies and causes benefiting
by our contributions number
forty-one. ranging from overs* as
and refugee relief to many na-
tional hospitals, institutions and
agencies defending the Jewish
name, and last, but not least, the
strengthening of our own local
activities, such as Miami Refu-
gee Committee. Y. M H. A. and
the great cause of Jewish Edu-
cation, both for the youth and
the adult population of our com-
munity.
With Federation supporting
forty-one worth-while needy or-
ganizations. Greater Miami Jew-
ry cannot must not will
not fail in this tremendous un-
dertaking.
The New War stands before
us. beckoning us to meet it \\'ith
outstretched hands and upon
hearts, and with the hope and
prayer on our lips that the year
194! will see a just and lasting
peace restored to this troubled
world, and Democracy and the
democratic way of life safely
protected for all time from the
threat of dictators and enemies
of humanity.
FORTRESS
"Palestine has become a vital
bastion in the defense not alone
of Britain but of Jews the world
over: and not alone of Jewry but
of all free nun. of human right
everywhere The battle of the
British people, the battle of Pal-
estine, the battle of world Jewry,
the battle of the rights of J< WS.
for the rights of man. is now all
attli. one and in livisi
Sir Norman Angi II
sumed Wednesday afternoon.
January 8 Registration for tap
and ballet dancing class, to be
conducted by Mrs. Milton A.
Friedman, will be held at the Y
next Tuesday afternoon. January
7 at 3:30 o'clock. All interested
please see Mrs. Friedman at that
time.
Once m re we want to empha-
sis thi fact that this class will
| be open to children whose fath-
ers are members of the Y Seni i
Di' >;on.
Y LEADS AGAIN
We aii. pleased to announce
that Abe Berkovitz and Nat
Blumberg won the class B and C
championships respectively in the
Orange Bowl Duckpin Tourna-
ment held last Sunday afternoon
Once more th. Y stands out in
front because of the splendid ar-
ray of athletes of which the re-
spective projects can boast. G :>
gratulations. Abe and Nat.
NEWS ROUND TOWN
Next week's issue will be hon-
ored by having as columnist our
president. Dr. Sam Beckman. i
Mr and Mrs Harry Schwartz '
and son Douglas and daughter
Roberta extend to all members
and friends of the Y. M. H. A. a !
most Happy and Prosperous 1941: I
Miami Section will hold its
regular meeting Tuesday, January
7th at the Evans Hotel ballroom.
Miami Beach at 2 p. m. The
change in date is due to the fact
that the regular meeting falls on
Wednesday. January 1st. Now
Year's Day.
The board of directors will
meet for luncheon at 12 p. m. on
Tuesday at the Evans Hotel, pre-
ceding the regular meeting. The
program committee will present
the "Contributions of the Volun-
teer in a Well-Organized Social
Welfare Program.'' Mrs. Sadye
G Rose, director of the Jewish
Wi [fare Bureau, and Miss Clara
Robinson of Jackson Memorial
Hospital Social Service Depart-
ment, will be in charge. A mu-
sical program will follow.
We extend an invitation to all
visiting Council members to at-
tend our meeting. Also to visit
our office whenever they see fit
during their vacation in Miami.
Miami Section is again to be
host to Miss Anna Kaufman, chief
of Port and Dock Service of the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, on January 27th and 28th.
Our general membership tea will
be held during Miss Kaufman's
visit and all new members join-
ing will have the honor of being
inducted into membership by-
Miss Kaufman personally. Mrs.
Ben Frackman, membership
chairman. Miami Beach, and Mrs.
Al Green, membership chairman
of Miami, and their committees,
are working very diligently to
make this the biggest membership
class that Miami Section ever
had.
Council Forum is held every
Friday afternoon throughout the
winter season.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PENSACOLA
BOILER WORKS
28 S. Brue Dial 3234
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
RUTH'S
BEAUTY SHOP
Thiesen Bldg. Dial 6216
PENSACOLA, FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
R. H. IRWIN
RADIO SERVICE
All Makes Home and Auto
Radios Serviced
All Work Fully Guaranl
14 S. Bayler Dial 3389
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PROGRESS
MATTRESS
COMPANY
Mattress Renovating and
Upholstering
All Work Guaranteed
WE CALL FOR & DELIVER
601 N. "O" St. Dial 5614
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SPORTS
CENTER
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
A. J. COLNON
WAYNE FEEDS
DAIRY POULTRY
POULTRY SUPPLIES
10 Tarragoma St. Ph. 3552
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
STATE OIL
COMPANY
Distributors For
Cities Service Products
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BON MARCHE
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PFEIFFER
PRINTING CO.
Publisher of
The Northwest Florida
Sportsman
Commercial Printing
Quality Service Price
110 W. Intendencia Tel 4312
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
REX THEATER
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CARTER
PHOTO 8c ENGRAVING CO.
Two 6-hour Services on
Photo Finishing Every Day
OPEN DAY & NIGHT
U4> 2 S. Palafax Dial 3448
PENSACOLA. FLA.
BREWTON. ALA.
ENCOURAGEMENT
"Neither let us be slandered
from our duty by false accusa-
tions against us; nor frightened
from it by menaces of destruc-
tion to the government, nor of
dungeons to ourselves. Let us
have faith that right makes might
and in that faith let us to the
end dare to do our duty as we
understand it"Abraam Lincoln.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HARVEY HARDWARE
& SUPPLY CO.
Est. 1925
Complete Line of Hardware
and Paints
WE DELIVER
36 E. Garden Ph. 5127
PENSACOLA. FLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SAN CARLOS
HOTEL
The Pride of West Florida
Every Room With Bath
Circulating Ice Water
Ceiling Fan Radio
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PIGGLY WIGGLY
"ALL OVER THE WORLD"
SCIENTIFIC MERCHANDISING
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SHELTON TRANSFER CO.
126 E. Chase Phone 5455
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TUCKER TAXI
DIAL 4151--DIAL
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CITY FUEL OIL CO.
FURNACE OILS FURNACE OILS
714 S. Palafax ^H 9256
PENSACOLA. FLA.
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
- B. A. DAVIS
"MARBLE"
Oldest Establishment of Its Kind in Florida
45 E. Chase phone 5226
PENSACOLA. FLA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO
JOS. BAKER
Amencan National Bank Building phone 4838
PENSACOLA. FLA
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GUNN ICE CREAM CO
201 *- Pho.9771
PENSACOLA. FLA.


FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
+Jmist>norkMar7
PAGE SEVEN
MOBILE, ALABAMA
FEDERATION HEAD
IN STRONG APPEAL
.CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
too horrible to express the
thoughts of the leaders of our
campaign as they embark on the
most stupendous task Miami
Jews have yet undertaken. But
we cannot hide those thoughts
for they are stark realities.
Upon American Jewry today
rests the responsibility of an-
swering the question "How
many of our people shall live
and how many shall die in the
coming year." We know that the
number of lives that will be
saved in Europe in 1941 depends
directly upon the amount of
money that will be raised by
American Jewish communities
in that year for overseas pur-
posts. This is a grave responsi-
bility and a soul-stirring ooliga-
tion. Setting aside the mechanics
of fund-raising, and the method
of transmitting your contribu-
tion to the various agencies and
^HOLIDAY GREETINGS ^
"^fiff English"
GUjintH >tyop
Norman L. Van Note
Interior Decorator
56 S. Conception Bel. 1429
MOBILE. ALA.
causes participating in our Fed-
eration, this campaign really
means that every dollar you
give will keep alive an individ-
ual for a given period of time
and conversely every dollar less
that is given will mean that
same individual will die of star-
vation or exposure.
Throughout our nation our
community is recognized as one
of the outstanding Jewish com-
munities of the country. Its in-
tegration during the past three
years has been commented upon
again and again by Jewish lead-
ers everywhere. Such a reputa-
tion has been well earned and
must be upheld. As proud as
we are of what we have done in
the past, so proud we must be
of what we shall do in 1941 and
what we shall continue to do in
the future.
Let every Jew in Miami re-
member that our campaign is
the first campaign to be con-
ducted by any American Jewish
community in 1941. The success
of our efforts must stand out as
a beacon, lighting the way for
increased campaign quotas of
communities and increased giv-
ing of individuals in the coming
year. I confidently await the re-
sponse of our contributors to the
tragic appeal of our co-religion-
ists. Let no one who can afford
to give, refuse.
DEMOCRACY
"And so we say^vith Lincoln:
'Let us have faith that right
makes might and in that faith
let us dare to do our duty as we
understand it."
President F. D. Roosevelt.
PROGRESS
"I hope the immigration of Eu-
ropean refugees to the Dominican
Republic will stimulate the pro-
gress of our country ... of our
natural resources our indus-
tries."General Rafael L. Tru-
jillo.
Holiday Greeting!
CITY GROCERY &
MARKET
R. E. Cobb, Mgr.
"Quality Foods Low Pricei"
Prompt Free Delivery
519 Texas Bel 9840
Mobile. Ala.
Holiday Greetings
GULF CRAB MEAT CO.
Complete Line of Seafoods
Wholesale & Retail
1000 Marine St Bel. 9398
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ROSCOE'S
SERVICE GARAGE
Automobile Painting
24 Hour Wrecker Service
General Auto Repairs
102 N. Joachim Bel. 649
MOBILE. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Georqe C.
CRIMINALE
ARTIST 8c DESIGNER
SUPERIOR
DISPLAY
CARDS
656 Dauphin St. Bel 2761
MOBILE. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
NEESE LUMBER &
WRECKING CO.
"Anything To Build With"
350 N. Royal Bel 520
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SCOTT-LUTTRELL
Truck & Tractor Co.
320 N. Royal Dex 5608
MOBILE. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
MOBILE HAT CO.
Hats Cleaned and Reshaped
One Day Dry Cleaning Serv.
Suits Pressed While You Wait
22 S. Royal Bel 9338
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TATUM'S
PHARMACY
Our Fast Free Delivery
Service Makes Us
"Your Nearest Drug Store"
51 S. Hallett St. Dexter 868
MOBILE. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DIXIE DAIRIES INC.
Wholesale and Retail
Pasteurized Grade "A" Milk
DEPENDABLE
HOME DELIVERY
Dexter 1634
PRICHARD. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I. E. PATERSON
LUMBER COMPANY
LUMBER AND
BUILDING MATERIAL
Cash or Credit
Dauphin It Tacon Sts.
DEXTER 4171
MOBILE. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
ZIMLICH THE FLORIST
"Say It With Our Flowers
Often"
Old Shell Road Dexter 748
No. 2-6 St. Joseph Dex. 1528
Mobile. Ala.
Holiday Greetings
AZALEA BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Kathryne McAuley,
(Proprietor)
"Your Beauty Our Business"
1060 Dauphin Belmont 1890
Mobile. Ala.
Holiday Greetings
MOBILE RADIATOR &
ELECTRIC SERVICE
"Bill" Bilbrey
New and Used Radiators
Radiator Repairing
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
650 Gov't St Dexter 391
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
WILLIAMS BOX CO.
PRICHARD. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
GAYLE MOTOR REPAIR
COMPANY
E. J. McKinnon, Prop.
General Auto Repairs
Estimates Cheerfully Given
555 St. Louis Belmont 506
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
VICTORY CLEANING
CO. INC.
D. G. Hodges, Pres.
R. S. Barry, Mgr.
"Clean As a Breath of Spring"
Dexter 2942 Dexter 2943
1204 Springhill Ave.
MOBILE. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LINDELL'S GARAGE
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Bear Safety Alignment
Service
Frame. Axle and Wheel
Aligning
10 S. Washington Ave.
Ph. Dexter 265 Mobile. Ala.


HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GULF ELECTRIC CO.
R. E. Clement J. A. Dahl
Electric Construction
and Repairs
100 N. Water Dex 2986
MOBILE. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
BETBEZE
SPRING SERVICE INC.
Bee Line System
Axle. Frame, Wheel
Straightening
256 St. Louis Dexter 2113
MOBILE. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
COLEMAN FURNITURE
& MATTRESS CO.
Mattresses Made Over
Like New
Pillows. Cushions. Gliders.
Box Springs
Estimates Cheerfully Given
466 Dauphin Dexter 289
Mobile, Ala.

HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DeVAN
MOTOR COMPANY
AUTHORIZED
SALES FORD SERVICE
St. Louis fc St. Joseph Sts.
Phone Dexter 914-917
MOBILE. ALA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
BEARRY
ICE CREAM CO.
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
650 S. Washington Ave.
Dexter 656
MOBILE. ALA.
V... Holiday Greetings
"' ARSO SERVICE GARAGE
AUTO REPAIRS
7 N. Warren Belmont 2387
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
GERALYN
BEAUTY STUDIO
Geraldine Gans
Gwendolyn Mitchell Elwell
Licensed Instructors
154 S. Ann Dexter 393
MOBILE. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LAMEY FEED
MOBILE. ALA.
CO .
Holiday Greetings
MARQUES AMBULANCE SERVICE
J. W. (Johnnie) MAROUES. Mgr.
116 N. LaFayette Bel 775
Mobile. Ala.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS

F.A.B.
AMUSEMENT CO.
AUTOMATIC
PHONOGRAPHS
C. L. Cowlisher, Mgr.
515 Dauphin Dexter 1219
MOBILE. ALA.
Holiday Greetings
OAKSDALE ICE & FUEL CO. GET YOUR ICE FROM THE RED TRUCKS
900 S. Broad St Mobile. Ala. Dexter 1169
Holiday Greetings
HEID'S GUERNSEY FARM
GRADE "A" RAW MILK
Chocolate Milk Cream Buttermilk
City Wide Delivery
Dawes. Ala.
Junifer 6202


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CALV7N ?CR2"0Y
AFETT HAS service
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
PERRY & WILLIAM
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WARD S SERVICE
STATION
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OUDAY 3?rrrTKGS
McCAMM SCRAP
MATERIAL CO.
; McCsc& l!r
Bhjfe Mm i
Sm; MM Vt*-j_ ?_*?
MOVTGOMEBY Xl-X.
ADAMS ST. GULF
SERVICE
Vfl | 2.:- N. M ''.
CMMMM A.'jx^z** 5jtw
BATTEST k Tn BUVKZ
: xsa=j s-. wt MM
MCjrrSOMCBY .XLA
HI ft ?TT St C tt4
MOJTTGOCEHY. ALA-
HOLIDAY GRormrcs
WHTTTINGTON
BEAUTY SHOP
Z-^f.zs. Permrvtut Wa^iaj
>4 r^rrir* Av^ C 14*4
yoirrooxERY. aul
HOLIDAY GRLLTUCS
CITY MATTRESS &
AWNING CO.
S. Eraoboas R*pirs
XV.-KIKGS
-: High St. C 15T
- MOHTGCMEHY. ALA.
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r-i.:: -iXM
MOBILE ALA.
HOLIOXY OaEETXHOt
COKER'S
SERVICENTER
:C7 Gcr !>?>: 1 '.it
MOTILE XLA.
HOLIDAY GREETTHS8
Panama City
HOLTOAY OR
TTSOS
Sztfi Hclidrr S?et^
BREWER'S
DRUG STORE
Sir.r o*p
icy ^:e*7S
H. A. WATTERS
FLOOR StmFACTHG
Praa: p- S*tttc* k
Stili FRZE ESTIMATES
.''.: Old tk1 Rm4
DcrtT 6
MOBILE. XLA.
BOYD PRINTLNG
COMPANY
Vrrrrrmn City. Tic
Sincere Ho&day Gte*tiac
B R I G H T S
RADIO SERVICE
WBMmmM City. Fia.
INTERNATIONAL
SEA FOOD CO.
ALL ETIOS OF SEA FOOD
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
HOLIDAY SBEETDKSS
HOME COAL CO.
OUR COAL SATISFIES
E8 K. 0canu Ce 715
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
HOLIDAY OPEETTNOS
PATERSON'S
ROSEMONT
GARDENS
ALABAMA 5
F.CTren For Aii Occicns
3 S. PERRY
MONTGOMERY ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETOIGS
LAWRENCE
ELECTRIC CO.
r.*-r.-.c Work of All Trpes
223 N. Perry St. Ce UV
MOirrGOMERY. ALA.
Hol-day Greetings
LEVERING
RUG CLEANING AND
MATTRESS RENOVATING
COMPANY
Orientals a Specialty
810 S. Decatur C EM <
Montgomery, Ale.
I
Holiday GteMtMM
HAMMELS PORTRAIT
STXTOIO
?..-.'- Portraiture
?-.. Dttcruniiutmg People
Wt XpjrreciaU the T\a*i
Thiagi In Life
7-15 S. Royal Dex 348
Motel*, XIa.
HOLIDAY OREETINGS
RADIO
HOSPITAL
B M Milletl U Pt ;
Repairs and Serric* on Xny
Make or Model
Home and Auto Radio
XII Work Guaranteed
90 Day*
Cor. Xon fc Dauphin
Dexter 1205
MOBILE XLX.
Holiday O.-eetingj
VAN HORN
TRANSFER (. STORAGE
COMPANY
:420 Grace Are. Ph. 2
Paaama City F":a.
HOLIDXY GREETTNCS
MONTGOMERY
RADIATOR CO.
Wrecked Bodiet. Fenden
Xnd Radiators
REPXIRED OR REBUILT
All Work Guarasteed
415 Bihle St. Cedar 1090
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CAPITAL MOTOR
LINES
504 N. Court St. Ce K3
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
JIM MASSEY
CLEANERS
ONE DAY SERVICE
Cash and Carry
Deiieery Serrice
1301 S. Decetur Ce 124
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
HOLIDAY GREETOIGS
FRANCO NOVELTY
4 CIGARETTE CO.
Autc at:c Phonographs
24 N. Perry St. C 4SIT
MOHTGOMERY. ALA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
HEATH MOTOR &
SUPPLY CO.
Panama Clrr. F~^.
HOLIDXY GREETINGS
BON TON
BEAUTY SALON
Mary Wagner Mgz
XIR CONDITIONED
222 Moa-gomery St. Wa! V.
MONTGOMERY, XLX.
HOLIDXY GREETINGS
JAKE SMITH
Blacksmith & Weldinq
Shop
Electric and Xcetylene
Welding
? rtable Bquipmeni
115 Monroe St. WaL 9124
MONTGOMERY. XLA.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
HALL'S HAT SHOP
LADIES k MEN'S HATS
CLEANED k BLOCKED
Suits Cleaned k Fien1
Work Caik-d For Sc Delivered
220 Montgomery Ce 3*3!
MONTGOMERY. ALA.
Sincere Holiday Greetings
KERSEY'S SERVICE
STATION
Panama City. FU.
HOLIDXY GREETINGS
JOHN L OLIVER
XUTO REPXTRS
WRECKER SERVICE
343 S. Holt Walnut S13
MONTGOMERY. XLX.
HOLIDXY GREETINGS
SMITH'S
BICYCLE SHOP
Xil Make* Repaired Rentals
Wort elkd For Ar^
Detrecved Free
; U4 N Perry Wal 9132
MONTGOMERY. XLA
"1
HOLIDXY GREETOIGS
SAYERS
RADIO
SERVICE
X COMPLETE RADIO
SERVICE
Home And Auto Serrice
And Installation
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
304 Bibb St Ce 4Jt
MONTGOMERY. ALA.


fcJemsti IFIIondliai m
FEPIIAII! SOP IPL^MEMT
This Supplement Contains Information Regarding the Campaig n of Greater Miami Jewish Federation which Begins Sunday, Ian. 5
SUPPLEMENT EDITION
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
PAGE NINE
E WHO ARE SAFE ON SHORE
UST NOT LET THEM DRIFT
reater Miami Federation Campaign, Jan. 5-15


PAGE TEN
+Jmis>n*r***"
TODAY. JANUARY 3. mi
WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO
_________________________________________________! 71 -- -- Palestine Cultural liwiiiii
--
fepjafcM Jewish CeSMBBtttaa
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A:r.eriC*a Jewi*.-. Coagresi
- I PI
1 ". I"

V
--:.. Bgl -
Aa-.ericar. Or fader Btiril
On *< '- -- i I** :"
and u ad d en bar dicra u To-
day r ......
Europe II T open
n ihood tvenues for Jei pre-
rented i : "
- king >- .-? : -
school
Americen Frieruj* if The Hebrew
UniTersity
The Hi bre* '.' tj i aft
; Pa
IMS Lord Baltour lu
work in preaei -;; thi b
am ..--
.' and other peopli :
in porta i -.'. a
thai .. -.itne it g an aacauri -
blished standard in all
fields by totalitarian leader
B'Nei B'Rith Wider Scope
Incl ud e Anti-Defan at
I .i Hillel r- undatiom m
a- ericaii Uhivei tiei arid the
A Z. A Junior B'nai B'rilh Fra-
rnity
Conference On Jewish Relation:
Gather. itatistii and data re I-
atjv to the position ..' th< lew-
.- ''. mm unity ir Am< ri<
Council Of Jewish Fedcstions
And Welfare Funds
national I ordinat
work of Jewisl I -.
and Welfare PUndi the Unit-
i d States it -.-,-.:,' ran itl th<
.-.-.-.- .-..'./ agenci<
them with iaa ser% .. g
a.', a -.:-anr.g bouse for comn -r-
' blems
->-Ter As.s ~os Aag*:
Tab*rr--lar MM
Three Denies fnMilirtiraai
:.--. ." K:>sp-'-a-
. .' : B :
be Ex-Paoa fa Tu-
bercular Hot -- --
_::-.-: -
reed i i The 1
founded by B"na B'nth ha
pa i rear The So
m the advanced
r,g icapatfi
.are; fo> theCabarged
i loan *~r-
can In Loi Angela* the leamn
_-r: < :-.- -f Association.
nun '--
- i -pa......
F-ad For Jewish Refugee
Will
L'ndei directi n : 5-.
. -. a exile are i."
-- ;. v. begin -
lift
HadMHfe
7 noei Z. orgaaiza-
uof the bearer of mediral
- eaith, aanitation. ar.~
. .at.on .r. Palestine .'
American sponsor for
youth Al.yah which resettles ref-
uutfa to Palestine
Hebrew Orphans Home,
Atlanta. Ga.
.-: underprivileged children
:.: are placed .-..- they may
enjoy the benefits of a real
- : CT institution has aerved
Miami fox many year.
American Seminaries And
Theological Colleges
The following schools axe as-
. ; by FederationHebrew
logical College. Hebrew
The Jewish The-
al Seminary of America
Thi .' tute of Religion
Isaac Ekhanan The-
ary and Yeshiva
r: ii i
Hias
The Hebrew Sheltering and
grant Aid Society started
in 1909 as an organization to help
new immigrants :n the United
States It has extended its work
every continent. It protects
Iks ".-grant aii.su --" '
urn ajian aBeets him at the
port at entrj baa at informa-
b aerrke and eaaf toymesi t
Jewssi I-abcr Corcmirtee
; a ricai Def ea
i thai seai with anu-
.-. labor arganxzal
.|uh Braise Institute
Has iiKbuniil i :' '='-'
,,,.,- for thi ind
. I _
Jewish Chauuuqua Society
--_. tociety foe Jiaai ilunation
: -:-. -. dg d --- aubjeeti
v; iiniven tj :-- ati and mem-
ben of rallege facu t.
Jewish Sutistical Bureau
A Divisi a at the Synagegue
; u -' Anierica gat.-, t
tatist gardii g Jea
munjuei throughout the United
Stau i
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Organized reporting and
tril jtioo i newi I -'swisli life
oega- with thi Agency's estab-
lishment -.-. IMC It .-.as corres-
..... nti a.: over the globe
sen '-- the Jewish and secular
pn
Jewish Welfare Board
In 191? the board was found-
'. '.: minuter to the needs of
Jew.;n men in military and nav-
al service. Today it extends the
tame tervice tc Jewish men who
nave been recently drafted or are
in the military services. Since
1921 it has promoted the Jewish
community center movement It
is the national directing body
for centers and YMHA's.
Joint Distribution Committee
The major American Jewi
Organization for overseas needs
. The world's Jewish live-sav-
ing agency which renders aid to
dispossessed and injured Jews
world over. Nov.- carrying
on a broad program of relief
and emmigration of Jews in all
Nazi countries and in countries
to which refugees have fled.
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
A national free, non-sectarian
hospital and clinic operated un-
der auspices of B'nai B'nth in
Hot Springs. Ark.
Miami Jewish Education
Throng* i hind whie* h *-
rninistered : ""'''
^ _: laymen to uoUaben
.,ti -- :: ai toical Aj-
l ;.: fran I th.
: Beth Dad
r ,__x Congregation, and
Tempi* 1 nw ai ----
Miami Refugee Committee
AJoeal : rdu iting : mmit-
... presenutiva
o: all local agenciei -ngaged to
Welfan 5ervic* and Im-:
migration Work .-...dental to
Refugees: cc-ordinatei the rk
-'. such ag-.r.-.e. superviSW Um
uatlliiminl f Refugee fa~.-
lies locally and xmtributei to
the identical work on a state
wide bas i
National Farm School
Locau :- miles north of Phil-
adelphia, in Bucks County, Pa..
traini city-bred boys
In acientific agriculture It was
unded to 1896. It offers both
;. and preit.cil :.;. n- -..-
refugees ar-.- trained I :
National Home For Jewish
Children At Denrer
Since 1907 this institution has
cared for indigent children who
came to Denver for their wealth
The Home persistently wards
off tubercular taints in the chil-
I dren. It utilizes modern meth-
ods of child care and training.
National Labor Committee For
Palestine
Also known as the Geverk-
schaft tne Committee is con-
:emed with nelp and training
to Palestine pioneers and the
>pment of a labor common-
wealth there.
National Refugee Serrice
Deals with the resettlement of
. refugees that come to the Unit-
ed States Has the function of
caring for refugees until they
are resettled in some communi-
. ty outside of New York or other
ports of embarkation Schools
and trains refugees to fill their
place as future American citi-
zens.
Palestine Cultural
The Federation helps support
the Palestine Hebrew Culture
Fund and the Palestine Orches-
tra fund
Pioneer Women* Organisation
ThiB group aids the Pioneer
Women cf Palestine to play their
role in the Homeland. It helps
the pioneer women adjust thera-
and trains newly arrived
girls for agnculture and indus-
try
United Palestine Appeal
The major American Jewish
fund-raising organization for the
up-buiidir.g of Palestine. Erc-
braced within the United Pales-
tine Appeal are the Palestine
Foundation Fund and the Jewish
National Fund. Their activities
cover colonization. land-pur-
chase, ton migration, the further-
ance (.'. trade and industry in
Paiest the maintainance of
existent Palestinian institutions
| and the subsidization of refugee
nt .n Palestine.
Yeshiras
A fund has been set aside for
' European and Palestinian Yesh;-
| va. and this fund is scientifical-
ly and equitably distributed
among worthy Yeshivas by a
Ccmmitte- composed of local
Rabbis and competent laymen.
Yiddish Scientific Institute
Recently moved from Vilna to
New York City for the preserva-
tion of Yiddish Culture.
Young Men's Hebrew
Association
Comprises the following:
Men's Senior Division. Young
Women's Hebrew Association,
Junior Division (girls and boys,
ages 16-21'. Sub-Junior Divi-
sion giris and boys, ages 13-Ml.
Boys Group. Girls Group, Boy
Scout Troop: sponsors the cul-
tural and educational programs,
athletics, musical programs, so-
cial service department. Refugee
rehabilitation, dramatics, home
camp, class in eon versa tional
Spanish. Americanization class,
vocational guidance.
Scenes Showing
Y. M. H. A. Varied
Activities in Its
Character and
Youth Building
Projects. The Y. is
a Participating
Member of the
Federation
DAY J. APTE
Chairman Initial Qifu Division and
Federation Vice President
"V'iDootd
Support Federat
* -
t.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1941
+Jmistifhr*Ma*}
PAGE ELEVEN
HOW EVERY DOLLAR YOU
GIVE TO FEDERATION
WILL BE DIVIDED IN 1941
Chairman: Miami, Mrs. Monte
Selig.
Co-Chairmen, Miami: Mrs. Leo
Ackerman, Mrs. Leon Lieber-
man.
Team No. 1
Co-Captains: Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz, Mrs. Harry Oliphant.
Workers: Mrs. George Gold-
berg, Mrs. Max Shapiro, Mrs.
ney Rauzin, Mrs. Albert Rosen-
thai, Mrs. Norman We'isman,
Mrs. M. G. Furman, Mrl. Harry
Magid, Mrs. George Stone.
Team No. 13
Captain: Mrs. Gordon Davis.
Workers: Mrs. Jacobstein. Mrs.
Ike Wolkowsky, Mrs. Herman
Wall, Mrs. Corine Lehman, Mrs.
Sam Zinkow, Mrs. Harry Wohl,
Melvin E. Davis, Mrs. Lou Hei-1 Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Phillip
man, Mrs. L. J. Hartz, Mrs. H. Weinstein
AN AVERAGE OF LESS THAN 2Vi CENTS PER mSTITUTION
ie Federation represents 41 individual agencies and institutions to which
tau would give separately. Do your own Bookkeeping! Put down the annu-
kl amount you would give to each, if each had separate campaigns. Then
|ive LIBERALLY to all, in one lump sum.
VOLUNTEER WORKERS
TO AID CAMPAIGN
SPECIAL GIFTS DIVISION
IChairmen: Rudy Adler, Jacob
ier.
ICaptai
tins. Sam J. Kanner, Hu-
Shonberg, H. E. Wolff, Ely
atz. Max Adams, Herman Wall,
prtram Raff, Sam Lachman,
August, Harry Platoff, Sey-
ar Rubin, Herbert Schwartz,
fbert Scbeuer, Jack Ehrlich,
S. Salomon, H. L. Greene,
Schwartz, Irving Gordon,
evin, Matthew Silverstein.
MEN'S DIVISION
aeral Chairman, Men's Di-
li J. Aron Abbott.
rn: Miami, Leo Acker-
^n, Joseph M Lipton.
Town No. 1
stain: Norman Weisman.
Leon Kaplan, Sam-
Rand. Robert: Krentzman,
Sussman, Geo. Adler,
ran Jacobs, Henry Rabin.
Team No. 2
Captain: Harold Tannen.
Vorkers: Alvin Cassel, Mau-
Cromer, William Homa, Ar-
Rubm, Stanley Levitch,
Fleeman Bernard Wall,
es Pearlman, Robert Richter.
Team No. 3
Captain: Jimmie Leonard.
Workers: John Kronenfeld,
Katzman, E. Albert Pallot,
S. Scheinberg, Morris
^einbaum. Jos. J. Berman.
Team No. 4
aptain: Milton Friedman.
Porkers: Harry Kane, Harry
artz, Herman Waitsman,
Cohen, Sidney Palmer, F.
item, E. Gordon, Amos Ben-
Norman Lyons.
Town No. 5
jtain: H. M. Drewich.
Sam Silver, Max
r, Wm. Clein, Max Mintzer,
Kagan, Max Rappaport.
Town No. 8
3-Cptain: Ben Silver, Harry
era: Mr. RJfliind, Mr.
Mr. M. Jacobs, Mr. A.
Mr. A. Solomon, Mr.
ritz, Mr. Nathan, Mr. Joe
t, Mr. Namoff. Mr. Budner.
Toms No. 7
iptains: Leon Elkm, Sam
rkers: A J. K*I
elman, Ely
Pexetz Cutler,
Wasman, Morris Wroobel.
Team No. 8
Captain: Leon Lieberman.
Workers: Henry Gabbe, Fred
Shochet, Charles Blau, Harry
Gordon, Sam B. Miller. Sam
Schulwolff.
Team No. 9
Captain: Jay R. Schwartz.
Workers: Ely Katz, George
Chertkof, Ray Yunes, Herbert
Horowitz, Fhilip Neuwirth, Her-
man Goldberg, Sam Shapiro.
Team No. 18
Co-Captains: Harry Magid,
Burnett Roth.
Workers: Sam Seitlin, Oscar
Argintar, Harry Gordon, Mathew
Handler.
Team No. 11
Co-Captains: Al Green, Sylvan
Meyer.
Workers: Randey- Cummings,
William Lehman, Camille Stroh,
Arthur Rabe, Morris Green,
Marvin Rauzin.
Team No. 12
Captain: Joseph Berman.
Workers: Dr. S. Aronovitx,
M Feinberg, Max Hoffman, Ed-
ward Levin, Mr. Isaac Levin,
Cyril A Lewis, I. Lipton, God-
frey K. Newman, Douglas Raff,
Hugo Shonberg, J. J. Zion.
Team No. 13
Co-Cap tain: H y 1 a n d Rifas,
Morris Kosenberg.
Workers: Albert E. Berkeley,
Irving G i n s b u r g, Samuel J.
Kanner, Arthur Rifas, David
Rifas, Herman Wronker, Henry
Wolfe, Henry A. Kauffman.
MIAMI BEACH MEN'S
DIVISION
General Chairman, Men's Di-
vision: J. Aron Abbott.
Chairmen: Miami Beach Divi-
sion, Sol Goldstrom, Leo Eisen-
*ttin.
Team No. 1
Captain: Dave Goldstein.
Workers: Max Feit. Edward
Bender, Emanuel Weinberg, Rab-
bi Mescheloff.
Team No. 2
Captain: Murry Grossman.
Workers: Abe Katz, Simon
Cohen, Irving Frankel, Abe Ei-
senberg, Dave Emmer, Jake Ehr-
lich.
Team No. 3
Captain: Jack August.
Workers: F. A. jprillick, Ben
Cohen, Mr. Sid Rubin.
Team No. 4
Captain: W. I. Feuer.
Workers: Mitchell Litvin, Sam-
uel A. Rutter, Barney Rosenthal,
Max L Thompson, Max Singer.
Team No. S
Captain: Chas. Tobin
Workers: Dr. Fried us, Meyer
Spiesberger, Joe Cohen, Chas.
Weinstein, Harry Zaret, Dr.
Leonard Finn. Stanley H. Gettis,
J. J. Lippett, Dr. H. Feinberg.
Town No. 6
Captain: Jesse D. Scheinman.
Workers: H. Kohen, Robert
Rosensteil, Howard Broad, Ed-
ward Cowan, Edward Lovitz, Is-
rael Gordon, J. Sugarman, O.
Weiner, Joseph Schulist, Morton
Russack.
Town No. 7
Co-Captains: Shoppard- Broad
L. Marcus.
Workers: Max Hantman, Mor-
ris Cohen, Dr. Sol Selevan, Hy-
man Leipson, Ben Ninenberg,
Sam Ravitz, Adolph Abramson,
J. E. Zevin, Louis Groner, Harry
Levin.
Town No. 8
Co-Captains: Walter Kovner,
Harold Turk.
Workers: Bernard Specter, Da-
vid Catsman, Herman Berk, Mar-
tin Genet
MIAMI WOMEN'S DIVISION
General Chairman, Women's
Division: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. I Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz. Mrs. Sid
B. Ross, Mrs. Nat Zalka, Mrs.
Sam Luby, Mrs. Myron New-
man, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Mrs.
Geo. Green berg.
Toam No. 2
Captain: Mrs. M. Jacobs.
Workers: Mrs. Charles Green-
stein, Mrs. J. Levinson, Mrs. B.
Rifkind, Mrs. J. Seigal, Mrs. H.
Wailsman, Mrs. R. Abel, Mrs N.
Namaff, Mrs. T. Wiener, Mrs.
Cillia Moss, Mrs. M. Segal.
Toam No. 3
Captain: Mrs. H. Seitlin.
Workers: Mrs. Krentzman,
Mrs. Ann Schiff, Mrs. Ann Tag-
er, Mrs. S. Shapoff, Mrs. Sarah
Abrams, Mrs. S. Rechson, Mrs.
Hoffman, Mrs. Beer, Mrs. C.
Jackson, Mrs. S. Levitt, Miss
Sylvia Abrahams.
Toam No. 4
Captain: Mrs. Harry Orlin.
Workers: Mrs. Louis Baron,
Mrs. Louis Rifas, Mrs. S. B.
Feldman, Mrs. Jack Stone, Mrs.
B. Sterling, Mrs. Sam Karnes,
Mrs. Ed. Wexler, Mrs. Stanley
Wolf, Mrs. Ben Tillinger.
Toam No. S
Captain: Mrs. Leo Hohauser.
Workers: Mrs. Jos. Fine, Mrs.
I. Fine, Mrs. Bob Leers, Mrs.
Chas. Levy, Mrs. Al Lichtenstein,
Mrs. Ann Pastroff, Mrs. Max
Pepper, Mrs. Jos. Shaffer, Mrs.
Max L. Shapiro, Mrs. Herbert
Scher, Mrs. Henry Shier.
Toam No. 6
Captain: Mrs. Ethel Grossman.
Workers: Mrs. Ann Jacobs,
Miss Frances Ginsburg, Mrs.
Gertrude Rosen, Mrs. Sadie
Weinberg, Mrs. Lena Kofldn,
Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Molly
Solloway. Mrs. Iris Blumberg,
Mrs. Deborah Cohen, Miss Ray
Shocket.
Team No. 7
Captain: Mrs. Louis Pallot.
Workers: Mrs. Friedman. Mrs.
Lil Schulman, Mrs. Sam Tanen-
baum, Mrs. Milton Weiner, Mrs.
J. Pallot, Mrs. Dan Cromer, Mrs.
S. Getzug. Mrs. Joe Garvett,
Mrs. Ben Nadel.
Toam No. 8
Captain: Mrs. Arthur Rabe.
Workers: Mrs. Al Green, Mrs.
Van Myers, Mrs. Irving" Gordon,
Mrs. Kenneth Warschoff, Mrs.
John Kronenfeld, Miss Marcella
Ungar, Mrs. Milton Nussbaum.
Team No. 9
Captain: Mrs. M. A. Sager.
Workers: Mrs. M. Wesson,
Mrs. M. Lavine, Mrs. H. Rosen-
garten, Mrs. M Langer, Mrs. M.
Rohan, Mrs. H. Levinson, Mrs.
B. Greenberg, Mrs. Rose Ehr-
lich, Mrs. K. Lazarus, Mrs. O.
Aaronson, Mrs. Belle Bermann.
Town No. 10
Captain: Mrs. Max Orovitz.
Workers: Mrs. A. Rubin, Mrs.
Al Seiden, Mrs. Wm. Wilkins,
Mrs. Al. Chisling, Mrs. Sydney
Rosenstock, Mrs. Dan Ruskin,
Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Harry
August, Mrs. Jerome Freehling,
Mrs. Hilliard Clein.
Team No. 11
Captain: Mrs. Herman Wep-
man.
Workers: Mrs. Herbert Spar,
Mrs. Lustgarten, Mrs. Francis
Horn, Mrs. M. Rudolph. Mrs. R.
Jamison, Mrs. Milton Friedman.
Mrs. Esther Seitlin, Mrs. S. J.
Siskind, Mrs. H. Margolius.
Team No. 12
Captain: Mrs. Elry Stone. "
Workers: Mrs. Geo. Adler. Mrs.
Mendel Cromer, Mrs. Hyman
Kaplan, Mrs. Edward Klein,
Team No. 14
Captain: Mrs. H, Rubin.
Workers: Mrs. Samuel Simon-
hoff, Mrs. Douglas Raff, Mrs.
Martin Raff, Mrs. Joe Richter,
Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. I!
Kaufman.
Team No. 15
Captain: Miss Thelma Gold-
stein.
Workers: Mrs. E. J. Gould.
Mrs. Morris Salomon, Mrs. A.
Berkeley, Mrs. E. Israils, Mrs.
George Lewis, Mrs. I. Joffe, Miss
Peggy Selig, Mrs. Isidor Cohen.
MIAMI BEACH WOMEN'S
DIVISION
General Chairman, Women's
Division: Mrs. Stanley C. Myers.
Chairman: Miami Beach Divi-
sion, Mrs. Moses Krieger.
Team No. I
Captain: Mrs. London.
Workers: Mrs. Rose Bernknopf.
Mrs. L. Marcus, Mrs. B. Jamison.
Mrs. A. Pipowsky, Mrs. Grund-
werg, Mrs. Ottily Rosenberg,
Mrs. F. Silverman, Mrs. I. Krie-
ger, Mrs. L. Green.
Team No. 2
Captain: Mrs. Samuel Haber.
Workers: Mrs. M. M. Lehman
Miss Jewel Rost, Rose Bernstein,
Mrs. Friedlander, Mrs. Harold
Rand, Mrs. Norman Liebling,
Miss Bernice Lampkin, Mrs.
Esther Cohen, Mrs. Jack August,
Mrs. Mae Zinn.
Team No. 3
Captain: Mrs. Wm. H. Bern-
stein.
Workers: Mrs. Isadore Gold-
berg, Mrs. Harry Rabin, Mrs.
Mitton WorfT Mrs. WWtCT Kov-
ner, Mrs. W. I. Feuer, Mrs. D.
Friedkin.
Team No. 4
Captain: Mrs. Sol Goldstrom.
Workers: Mrs. M. Litt, Mrs. J.
Berman, Mrs. J. Stinauer, Mrs.
Chas. Tobin, Mrs. Lee Goudiss,
Mrs. H. Berg, Mrs. B. Wilensky.
Team No. 5
Captain: Mrs. Maurice Jacobs.
Workers: Mrs. A. Eisenberg,
Mrs. I Gordon, Mrs. R. Rubin,
Mrs. H. Kerzin, Mrs. O. Adler,
Mrs. H. Kaufman. Mrs. Ethel
Goldstein, Mrs. Turchin, Mrs.
N. Slome, Mrs. H. A. Miller, Mrs.
E. Germaine, Mrs. Schwartz.
Team No. 6
Captain: Mrs. Harry Platoff.
Workers: Mrs. Ted Simon,
Mrs. J. M. Lipton, Mrs. Rudolph
Rothschild, Mrs. Barney Wein-
kle, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. Jos
Williamson, Mrs. Henry Herzog,
Mrs. Mort Wien, Mrs. Sarah Har-
ris, Mrs. B. Kohl, Mrs. H. Medoff,
Mrs. Chas. Geller.
Team No. 7
Captain: Mrs. Wolk.
Vice-captain: Mrs. Louis Baum.
Workers: Mrs. Julia Morris,
Mrs. Sonia Shpall, Miss Rose
Kashetz, Mrs. Abe Nissenson,
Mrs. Rose Ratner, Mrs. Rose
Mantes, Mrs. Jancoll, Mrs. Etta
Weissman, Mrs. Harry Rosen-
stein.
Town No. 8
Captain: Mrs. Jack Wucher.
Workers: Mrs. Lillian Gottes-
man, Mrs. Natalea Wienstein,
Miss Diana Coopersmith, Mrs.
Deborah Myers, Miss Lillian
Wucher.
Team No. 9
Captain. Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Workers: Mrs. Murray Gross-
man. Mrs. Sol Lutsky, Mrs. Wm.
Feldman, Mrs. Leonard Wien,
Mrs. Edward Roth, Mrs. Julius
Pearson, Mrs. Sam S. LaVine,
Mrs. Leo Radoff, Mrs. J. B. Mar-
golis, Mrs. Phil Lefkowitz.
When Approached
Do Your Share! J
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3.: 1941

JtataTtkm Office*, and Lewtoa in the Cam^tojlaiseJ125>515

MAX OROVITZ
Federation Vice President and
Chairman of Budget Committee
MRS. MAX DOBRIN
Special Gifts Committee
LEO ROBINSON
Miami Associate Chairman
Initial Gifts Division and
Federation Treasurer
MRS. MOSES KRIEGER
Chairman Miami Beach
Women's Division
MONTE SELIG
Miami Associate Chairman
Initial Gifta Division
From Left to Right Drs. Albert E. Rosenthal. Frank Corel. Max Pepper
who compose the Professional Committee
STANTON HALPERT
Chairman Junior Division
BARON deHIRSCH MEYER
Co-Chairman Initial Gifta Division.
and Federation Vice Prtaident
SAMUEL BLANK
Federation Vice President
MAURICE GROSSMAN
Chairman Speakers Bureau
Ul MRS MONTE SElTfl
SAM LUBY
Chairman of trn\*MMl*'


FRIDAY.' TAJWAR* 3. 1941
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SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Patrons and Friende
BERRY COLEMAN
PRODUCE CO.
1260 N. W. 22nd St. Phone 2-2411
SEASONS GREETINGS
ALBERT'S AUTO
SERVICE
GARAGE & SERVICE STATION
1287 N. W. 20th St. Ph. 2-9260
SEASONS GREETINGS
Phone 8-2421 Night Ph. 5-9072
HIALEAH WHOLESALE
BUTCHERS CORP.
We Buy and Sell
BEEF VEAL LAMB PORK
KOSHER KILLED MEATS
Slaughterhouse and General Office
W. 29th Street and Red Road
P. O. Box 113
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
J. KALLENBERG, Pres.
Vesi coast
TatfUr
OVERNIGHT RAIL SERVICE
Coaches arid through sleeping
cars to Tampa and St. Peters-
burg. Leave Miami 8:45 P. M.
daily.
DAYLIGHT SERVICE-
RAIL. BUS
Leave Miami 10:15 A. M. daily.
Air-conditioned coach Pull-
man service to West Lake
Wales. Parlor-bus from West
Lake Wales to Tampa and St.
Petersburg.
CITY IICKII OffKl
173 Eaet Flasler Street, Miami
Tel. 3-8391
T. W. Luckett,A.G.P.A. *
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's PloDMr Conr*catl*n>
1S5 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX 5HAHIHO, ftaDOl
498 S. W. 1>th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-2178
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
300 N. W 18th Avenue
Phone 2 082S
Permanent Calendar
Daily Service*________7:30 a.m.
Evening Services......... 5:30p.m.
Saturday morning------ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning-......8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily.- 3:15-6:15
Sunday School ______10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a. m.
Late Friday Evening
Services .................... 8:15 p.m.
Sisterhood Meetings Third
Wednesday of Month.
UNIVERSITY fc FEDERATION
SABBATH
In keeping with the tradition
established at the Beth David
Synagogue, the annual University
Sabbath, welcoming the students
who are back for their mid-year
vacation, will take place this Fri-
day evening at 8:15. Irving Gins-
burg, one time Junior Cantor of
the Junior Congregation will
chant the entire services: ac-
companied by the Beth David
Choir. The following students
will participate in the services;
Lawrence Feinberg, Herbert Gla-
zeroff, Irving Ginsburg, Oscar
Rappaport, Peretz Scheinberg,
Howard Schwartz, Harold Sha-
piro, Jack Seitlin, Jerome Wein-
kle and Melvin Weinkle. Harold
Shapiro will pronounce the Bene-
diction, Oscar Rappaport, a
student of the University of
Gainsville, Peretz Scheinberg, a
student at the University of Em-
ory, and Jerome Weinkle a stu-
dent at the University of Miami,
will speak briefly on the subject,
"Jewish Life on the Campus".
In conjunction with the Uni-
versity Sabbath, Synagogues in
the Greater Miami area have
designated this service as "Fed-
eration Service",in view of the
1941 campaign to be inaugurated
this coming week. It is hoped
that every resident of the atea
will do his "JUST" share in con-
tributing towards the support of
this great cause. It is due time
that we of Greater Miami begin
to feel the anguish and torture
endured by our co-religionists in
the lands across the sea. Our only
method in expressing concern and
protest is to translate that ex-
pression into tangible manifesta-
tion of our deep concern. Mr.
Stanley C. Meyers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, will be the guest speaker
linking the scope of the Univer-
sity work with the ideal of Fed-
eration. He will discuss the sub-
ject, "THEY SHALL NOT DIE"!
There will be NO appeal for
funds! We urge the members and
friends to be present. An "Oneg-
Shabbos" will follow immediate-
ly in the auditorium.
JUNIOR SABBATH SERVICES
Leonard, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Lubitz, will become
"Bar Mitzvah" during the ser-
vices this Saturday moring at 9
o'clock. A reception will follow
immediately after the services.
The Junior Congregational Ser-
vices conducted by Herbert Gla-
zeroff, David Jacobs, Seymour
Hinkes and Harold Shapiro, will
take place at 10:30. Harvey Sootin
will be the Reader of the "Por-
tion of Law". Leonard will be the
host to the Junior Congregation
at a "Kiddush" right after the
services.
SUNDAY SCHOOL
A. Chanukah play under the
direction of Miss Harriet Dam-
enstein was presented during the
assembly last Sunday morning,
and edibles, plus a Chanukah gift
were presented to the students
by the Sisterhood.
CHANUKAH DINNER
A most successful affair was
held at the Beth David auditor-
ium, sponsored by the Sister-
hood, namely the traditional Cha-
nuk Dinner.
MAZEL TOV
The Rabbi, officers and mem-
ben of the Congregation and
Sisterhood extend their greetings
to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Siegc-1 at
the birth of a son. May the Al-
mighty grant the couple great
"Nachas" from their son, and
may he indeed grow up, "L'-
Mitzvah, L'Chuppa Uli-Maasim
Tovim."
YAHRZEITEN
Molka Leah, the mother of
Meyer and Sidney Rauzin, whose
name is inscribed in our Memo-
rial Book of Life, will be me-
morialized during the late ser-
vices Friday evening.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
1548 S. W. Third Street
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi's Reeldence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
SINCERE HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL JEWRY EVERYWHERE
J. LAMAR PAXSON
YOUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DON'T FORGETl
MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
To Dine in the
"Old English Room"
6:30 TO 8:00 P. M.
,..-... Dietary Observance
,,..-,,.....v ..-,. TELEPHONE 5-2956..,, .. ;
Schedule of Services
Daily services: 8 a. m. and 5:45
p. in.
Friday evening services: 5:30
p. m.
Shabbea: 9:00 a. m.
Mincha on Shabbes: 5:00 p. m.
Shalush Sudes: 5:15 p. m.
FRIDAY EVE SERVICES
On Friday night, Jan. 3. at 8:30
the second in our series of eight
weekly Friday eve Religious For-
ums will take place. Rabbi Kell-
ner will preach on the all impor-
tant subject before the attention
of Miami Jewry, the impending
Federation drive and will speak
on "Give Today or Take Tomor-
row". Rabbi Abraham Gluck who
returned from Cuba this week
will chant during the services
and will be extended a welcome
by the congregants. Charles Ad-
elman and Marshall Sevin will
read portions of the services and
Mr. Maurice Grossman will bring
greetings from the Federation
officials. A most cordial welcome
is extended to all.
NEW INSTRUCTOR ENGAGED
We are happy to announce that
Mr. M. Tamaroff a well qualified
and highly recommended Hebrew
instructor has been engaged by
the congregation and that he will
assist Rabbi Kellner with the He-
brew classes as well as in the
Sunday School. Under the direc-
torship of Mr. Morris Bear, the
chairman, the Board of Educa-
tion will conduct a drive for reg-
istration and will formulate
plans ior additional classes.
IN THE SYNAGOGUE
During the coming Sabbath,
Rabbi Abraham Kellner will
preach and Rabbi Abraham Gluck
will conduct services. The Mish-
no class began the study of the
Tractate Shabbos and is conduc-
ted daily by Rabbi Kellner be-
tween Mincha and Marriv. The
Sholosh Sudah circle meets every
Shabbas afternoon and the host
last week was Mr. Miller from
Newport. Ky.
CONGREGATION MEETING
Next Tuesday evening, Jan. 7,
there will be a general meeting
of the congregation to be held in
the new synagogue Mr, H. M.
Drewich will preside and discuss
matters regarding the forthcom-
ing dedication.
CONGRATULATIONS
We are happy to extend sincere
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel T. Pleet and Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Vinitsky whose mar-
raiges were solemnized by Rabbi
Kellner last Sunday.
SEASONS GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
Southern Fixture Co.
3120 N. W. 27th Avenue
SPECIAL for THURSDAY
SPRINGS.....29c
INCLUDING SHOCHED
Miller's Kosher Meat &
Poultry Market
1832 S. W. 8th Street
FREE DELIVERYPh. 2-4994
SEASONS GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons
Ann'i
1657 Meridian Avenue Miami Beach
SEASON'S GREETINGS
Moselev Electrical
Service
571 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 3-1455
SEASON'S GREETINGS
To Our Jewish Friends
and Patrons
LE CILE CORSET
STUDIO
307 Postal Bldg. Ph. 2-5368
839 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4911
A MAN.......
AND HIS CLOTHES
Wherever he goes and
whatever he does. his
clothes, are virtually a part
of his personality Evi-
dence of his taste, his
standing, his success.
For Fine.,
Custom Tailoring
1140 Lincoln Roe*..'
PHONE 5-3JU ,
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"Your Patronage Appreciated"
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DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT
10938 Biscayne Boulevard Phone 7-9248
BREAKFAST LUNCHES DINNERS
SERVED AT POPULAR PRICES
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY
JOHN E. OBERNE & ASSOCIATES
:;.:.;"' J of THE**-''* '" "-*>** *
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 3. 1941
PAGE FOURTEEN

B"ni B'rith $j$ Not
e s
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Bll I'llTI UBSIKMTREIIDK
REFUGEE SCHOOL
w.tr. the eomiag jamiarj
1941 not only : the old year
. bered out ar.c the new one
ushered but your scribe, foi
the year 1940 relinquishes hu
task .' Broth-r Milton Fr.edrr.&r.
Brother Milton Friedman certain-
needs no Introduction s.r.-<-
' .-.as been active for a r.jrr.-.-er
.: ><&.- r.-.t or.:>' .-". '--.- //.:
Lodge but in National B'nai
E nth work, particularly A. Z. A.
It goes without saying that
wr.tmg this column was a most
n/oyabe task and was a splen-
did- medium of bringing me closer
to B'nai B'rith and its activities
and lo many of our brethren .
my bes wishes to you Milt.
Fraternally,
Harold Turk

Thanks for your kind words,
Harold. Your column during the
past year was a splendid medium
for the dissemination of news for
and about Sholem Lodge I shall
endeavor to carry on the stan-
dards set.
Not believing in wasting time
getting down to work, our newly
elected president. Abe Aronovitz.
afteT an examination of the roster
''. Sholem Lodge, made the fol-
lowing committee chairmen ap-
pointments for 1941- Americani-
zation Dr B B Berkeley; Anti-
defamation Harry Simonhoff:
Arbitration. Dr. Frank Corel A
Z A. John Kronenfeld; Athle-
tics Marty Milstein; Entertain-
ment, James Leonard: Finance.
Burnett Roth; Initiation Director
Abe Aronovitz; Jewish Floridian
Column. Milton A Friedman;
Intellectual Advancement. Max
Steuer; Constitution and By-
laws. Sam Silver; Conservation,
Sol Goldstrom; Meeting?, J Aron
Abbott: Membership. R R. Ad-
ler; Publicity. Frederick Shochet;
Public Relations. Sidney Palmer;
Refreshments. Ovar Argmtar;
Rr solutions. Matthew S Bandler;
Skck and visiting, Dr Benjamin
I-arvdau; Student Union, Louis
K'lman; Vocational Guidance.
Joseph A Berman.
I believe with such leaders it
can be safely stated that 1941
should be another banner year
for the Lodge
Just as it should be, big things
are expected from our Auxiliary
with J'-nnie Rotfort the dynamic
president, at the helm. This pre-
diction is base-? M r.er pas: rec-
r -.; leadership ; other organ-
.za-.;or^ A boa.-d meeting will
r.<- cal ar.d definite pro-
for the year will be dis-
cussed at that -.;..e
Although the new officers r.ave
already unofficially started to
work, they will be officially w-
i:a..':-i Tuesday evening, Jan. 21.
-.: -. 00 o'clock at the Hotel Ev-
ans. An outstanding banquet
will be tendered and Chairman
Al Berkeley promises a thorough-
>' en.'oya'r.le evening It is sug-
gested that Che brothers and sis-
ters start planning now to at-
tend Reservations will be at
two dollars per plate as per us-
lual
At the moment this article is
: being written, our Junior mem-
i bers. the A Z A-, are in conclave
in Savannah. Ga.. at the South-
1 err. Regional Convention of the
' Order I.arge delegations went
up from Miami and Miami Beach
: chapters, including the sweet -
j hearts of both chapters. We hope
1 they bring back laurels. The re-
i suits will be sat forth in this
j column next week if available.
Brother Jimmy Leonard has
' been quite ill recently At the
time of writing this column he
| was in Jackson Memorial Hos-
H' rr.ay be home by the
time you read this Jimmy will
joe glad to see you all We wish
ihim a quick recovery
Your correspondent has been
: invited to be a guest speaker at
; the installation banquet next
week of the Orlando B'nai B'rith
Lodge A report will appear in
this colun n.
I trust that you all had a
splendid Chanuka and enjoyed
yourselve New Year's Eve
Adios until next week.
, Washington. D C A B'nai
. B'rith appropriation of S500 to
help support the secular school
'for Jewish refugee children in
! Havana Cuba, founded by Rabbi
Mi ler Lasker. spiritual leader of
' Havana's Temple Beth Israel
ar.d to assist Rabbi Lasker in his
extension work among the Jew-
ish students at the University of
Havana, was announced here this
week at B'nai B'rith headquart-
ers
Taken from B'nai B'rith'J
emergency relief fund, toward
which 50c of every member's
i dues is allocated, this contribu-
tion will enable Rabbi Lasker to
; engage additional teachers and
obtain a badly needed supply of
j textbooks and other school ma-
terials. Founded in April 1939.
' to provide a secular education
J for the children of Jewish refu-
gees in Cuba. Rabbi Lasker's
school now has a student body of
over 100 grouped in five classess
The curriculum includes rtudies
! for children from the first grade
through the first year of high
' school.
Rabbi Lasker's school is vir-
tually the only one open to Jew-
ish refugee children who want
an Amencan-orientated element-
ary schooling. Excluded from
Cuba's public schools unwelcome
in the scnools maintained by the
Spanish residents and unable to
afford the expensive American
schools, refugee children had lit-
tle or no choice of schools before
Rabbi Lasker started his classes.
DECADE OF ACHIEVEMENT
PLEASES AMERICAN TASTE
PATR1A SINKING FINDS
DEATH TOLL NOW 131
Haifa fWNS-Palcor Agency)
The drama of the first month's
anniversary ol the explosion and
sinking of the refugee ship Patna
' was heightened by the recovi ry
of 37 more bodies of victims,
making the total of those brought
to the surface by the salvage
crews now 131. The number of
\ refugees still unaccounted for
. now stands at 122.
During the past ten years or
so, it has oec n unusual for a firm
to record spectacular achieve-
ments in the face of the econom-
ic obstacles inherited from the
pre-1929 'blue sky'' era. And
! yet, in the past decadeonce a* I
its beginning, and now again as
i it draws to a closethe B. Man-
', ischewitz Company, world's larg-
j est matzo bakers, have twice uc-
j complished that feat.
In 1931, when the business
world, by and large, was frenz-
T-.e Season of Stars at the
Gar.: Gaither Theatre will open
January 13 with Grace George.
London and New York stage
Star in r.er re-cent Broadway suc-
cess. K:r.d Lady" Miss George
will be the first of a number of
leading players of stage and
screen w- appear for a
week at the beach playl -=
;'';'' '
The Miami appearance will be
Miss George's firs', since the
close of the New York produc-
tion of "Kind Lady' last month
"Kind Lady' was first pro-
duced on Broadway in 1935 with
Miss George in the leading role
Revived this season by William
A Brady, it was acclaimed by-
critics and audiences as being
one of the best vehicles of Miss
George's distinguished career.
Miss George, who is in private
life the wife of Mr Brady, made
her stage debut in London in
Sardou's Divorcons" Since that
time she has won fame in the
theatre as actress manager and
adaptor
Her repertory' company, found-
ed when she was twenty-five,
met success in London and New
York with such plays as -The
Liars." Major Barbara," "The
Earth," and "Captain Brass-
bound's Conversion."
As adaptor, she has won the
Gold Medal of the French Acad-
emy, and as actress she has ap-
peared in many contemporary
comedies as well as such period
pieces as Much Ado About Noth-
ing." and "School for Scandal."
In recent years she has been
seen on Broadway in leading
roles in "The First Mrs. Fraser,"
"The Circle." "Marie Antoinette"
and "The Merry Wives of Goth-
am."
YEHUDA MENUHIH
Violin genius of the age.
whose only appearance in
Florida will be at the White
Temple. Monday. January 6.
The Nazi invasion of Holland
brought death and injuries to at
least 2.274 Jewish men, women
and children, latest war statis-
tics disclosed.
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NAZIS STTR UP HATRED
BETWEEN POLES AND JEWS
Lisbon (WNS) Faced with the
prospect of a united opposition
by Poles and Jews, Nazi admin-
istrators in Nazi-occupied Pol-
and have warned Polish workers
who fraternize with Jews, that
they will be subjected to severe
ledly calling for retrenchment, penalties, it was learned her.
the B. Manischewitz Company
displayed loresight and courage
j in more than doubling its produo-
| lion facilities with the opening
[ of a large, modern plant in Jer-
sey City. Benefits were immedi-
I ate and twofold. In the first
; place, more than 300 heads of
. families found year-round em-
ployment during the lean depres-
Nazi officials were reported lo
be incensed at signs of growing
friendship between Poles and
Jews. Concentrated Nazi at-
tempts to promote rabid anti-
Semitism in Poland have met
with little success since the
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masses of the Polish people ap-
' sion years; and in the second I pear to be preoccupied with their
'place greatly enlarged facilities. own ^
, including manv t.whni^l o^_ uw" ml5eiy
bv populrr DEmnnoi
ANOTHER YIDDISH SCREEN HIT
"Motel The Operator"
starring
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JANUARY 14 15 16
NO ADVANCE IN PRICESI
PLAZA theatre miatni beach
j .. iMf .' 4 I i
I including many technical ad-
vances in matzo baking, made
possible the quiet period of ex-
perimentation which has resulted
in many important improvements
in the varied line of Manischewitz
Matzo Products.
For one thing, this period has
seen the perfection of a new type
of package for Manischewitz
Matzo Meal, but perhaps the
most spectacular achievement nu-:
been the creation of the n..w
Manischewitz Matzo.
Patient years of blending for
taste hav.; produced a matzo
which goes perfectly with every
type of food, and the handy new
size of Manischewitz American
Matzos makes them unusually
convenient for canapes, party
novelties and the like. But it is
primarily as a delightful new
food that these crisp, delicious
matzos have taken their place
on the family table. Wholesome
sustaining, nourishing, they pro-
vide a quick source of energy
between mealsan excellent ac-
companiment to every course at
mealtime. Public reaction to the
n e w Manischewitz American
Matzo has been warmly enthu-
Nazi Commissar Shttnmann. ad-
dressing a meeting of Polish
workers in Kutno. said that harsh
punishment would be meted out
to Poles caught -collaborating
with Jews.
II Sltel2L^ "W^ Fcisi
siastic, proving once again the* *!$ Rational Socialist revolu-
recognrtwn comes quickly to C,ons Roolevelt in clrtirh/- ".J
products that really have merit slave of these circles-
CHARGES AMERICAN JEWS
SUBSIDIZE WAR EFFORTS
Lisbon (WNS)The British
Empire's war efforts are being
subsidized by United States
Jews. Alfredo Signoretti. one of
Italy's foremost Jew-baiters, de-
clared in an editorial in the
Stamp, published in Turin ac-
cording to a copy of the newspa-
per received here.
"The whole political and finan-
cial hfe of the United States "
the anti-Semitic commentator
wrote, "is honeycombed with Ju-
daism, which has awarn 6tfug.
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group.
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Completing the first 13 days
of the Florida thoroughbred rac-
ing season today, the Gables
Racing Association will move in-
to the last three days of its 16-
day Winter Meeting tomorrow
During the last week, the at-
tendance and mutuels have soar-
ed to new heights and with the
daily eight-race cards providing
close, keen competition in each
event, interest is high. Abe Allen-
berg, operating director of the
rapidly advancing Gables course,
predicted yesterday that the daily
mutuels average for the first-
meeting would be around $270,
000.
Tomorrow's card will highlight
the annual $2,000 Seminole handi-
cap, a 5li furlongs sprint for
4-year-olds ahd upwards. Sup-
porting this feature, will be the
annual running of the Fort Laud-
erdale and the Hialeah Purse, the
first at 6 furlongs and the latter
at one mile and 70 yards. With
the Monday and Tuesday cards
bringing the meeting to a close,
each eight-race card is well head-
lined with featured races and
with top fields assured, crowds
of 8,000 to 10,000 are expected to
see these final programs. Fol-
lowing the Tuesday program, all
hands at Tropical Park will swing
into action in preparing for the
Spring meeting of 36 days which
starts March 3 and continues
through April 10.
One of the outstanding high-
lights of the last week at Tropi-
cal Park has been the formal
racing which finds favorites step-
ping in notable style while the
record crowd and mutuels for the
special Orange Bowl-New Year's
morning race card drew society,
turfdom, sports and business
leaders from practically every
state.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
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117 M. L 1tth
Office Phone 2-7745
I JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Indian Creek Drive-12SS
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
550 N. E. Slat St.MM
Miami
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself firosn
the congregation."HifleL
In observance of Federation
Sabbath, in all Miami Congrega-
tions, the contemporary world
scene will ba discussed Friday
evening by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman and Mr. Isaac Joffe, ex-
ecutive director of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation. A re-
ception for worshipers, under
Sisterterhood sponsorship, will
follow the services.
Sunday morning, Jan. 4, 1941,
11:00 o'clock, Congregational par-
ticipation and Torah Reading.
"Portrait of a Prototype," will
be the topic of a sermon by Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having arUclea of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dlea Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained or
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 187 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartx. 2-7135
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Sehwartx, 2-1864
and they will be called for
DeFILLIPI CONCERT
Our Temple will set a preced-
ent in the community when a
special concert for the benefit of
the Miami University will be pre-
sented at our Temple on Wednes-
day evening, January 29th, 1941.
Arturo deFilllpi, outstanding op-
eratic singer, will be the soloist
of the evening, and will render
a most enjoyable group of arias
and songs from his repertoire.
This artist needs no introduction
in Miami's musical circles. Hav-
ing sung with noted opera com-
panies abroad and in the United
States, Mr. deFillipi is now a
member of the faculty of the Un-
iversity of Miami Music Depart-
ment.
The entire proceeds will be
presented to the University, since
that institution of learning de-
serves out utmost friendship and
greatest cooperation. As a mat-
t-.- of civic pride, we should en-
courage the great strides taken
by the University, under the
leadership of Dr. Bowman F.
Ashe, and aid in all its endeav-
lors. Members of our congrega-
tion and their friends are espe-
cially urged to make their res-
ervations as early as possible,
with Dr. Frank Coret, chairman
of the affair, at the admission of
1.00 per person. Tickets are al-
so available by calling the Tem-
ple office.
The January meeting of the
Temple Israel Sisterhood will be
held in Kaplan Hall on Monday,
January 6th, 1941, at 2:00 p. m.
The program will feature Mr.
Lawrence Schlecter, attorney and
lecturer, who will review "I, The
King," by Herman Kesten. The
musical program will be pre-
sented by Miss Ruth Wolkowsky,
who will play the Beethoven So-
nata.
On the agenda of the meeting
will be the reading of the revised
by-laws. Mrs. Max Steuer will
preside.
The meeting will be preceded
by the Sisterhood luncheon at
12:30. Members of the Sister-
hood are asked to bring their
own sandwiches and purchase
coffee and cake from the Sister-
hood.
BAR MITZVAH
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cohen
announce the bar mitzvah of
their son Billy, to be held at the
Temple services this Saturday
morning, Jan. 4th, 1941, at 11:00
o'clock. A reception in honor of
the bar mitzvah will be tendered
by his parents after the morning
service.
IN MEMORIAM
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the names of the following
will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Louis Nevins, fath-
er of Mr. Harry Nevins; Esther
Zeientz, mother of Mr. Louis
Zeientz; Dora Hammer, grand-
mother of Mrs. A. M. Wise, and
mother of Mrs. Hammer; Benja-
min Wertheimer, brother of Mr.
Adolph Wertheimer; Samuel
Liebling, brother of Mr. Norman
Liebling; Frank L. Simon, father
of Mr. Herbert A. Simon; Michael
Selig Magid, father of Mr. Harry
I. Magid; Infant Nancy Williams;
Julius Kahn, father of Mr. Albert
L. Kahn and Mrs. Shirley Rog-
ers.
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January 13 through 19

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SUNDAY EVENING PROGRAM
FEATURES GREAT ARTISTS
Many of the greatest names
in American music dot the list
of soloists and conductors who
are to appear on the Ford Sun-
day Evening Hour during the re-
tmainder of the 1940-31 season.
There are also some brilliant
newcomers. Among the guest
artists appearing on the Sunday
Evening Hour for the first time
is Zino Francescatti, French vio-
linists who critics say is "worthy
of the mantle of Pagannini." He
will appear Sunday, Feb. 2.
Established favorites who will
return to the program include
Lawrence Tibbett, Nino Martini,
Grace Moore, Nelson Eddy, Rich-
ard Crooks, Lily Pons, Jose Itur-
bi, Helen Traubel, Gladys Swart-
hout, Dorothy Maynor, and Rise
Stevens.
Eugene Goossens, popular di-
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phony Orchestra, is the only new
conductor on the Sunday Eve-
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