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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 14No. 5
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
DELEGATES FROM
MEET IN ATLANTA
Atlanta (WNS)Delegates
from local federations, welfare
funds and community councils
throughout the country will gath-
er in Atlanta to consider prob-
lems facing local Jewish com-
munity organizations in 1941 at
the eighth annual General As-
sembly of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
which begins its three-day de-
liberations in Biltmore Hotel in
this city Saturday evening, Feb.
1st.
Foremost among the questions
before them, as elected repre-
sentatives of the Council's mem-
ber agencies which number 203
community organizations in 167
cities in the United States and
Canada, will be the need for
raising large sums to meet over-
seas and refugee needs and for
distributing the fund equitably
among the various agencies ma-
king appeals to the local commu-
nities.
The delegates will consider a
proposal made by Sidney Hollan-
der of Baltimore, president of the
Council, following the dissolution
of the United Jewish Appeal for
Refugee and Overseas Needs,
that the Council set up a fact-
finding body to guide local com-
munities in their budgeting for
non-local agencies in 1941. The
purpose of this arrangement, he
said, would be to avoid the chaos
and confusion "that may result
from the seperate campaigns be-
ing conducted by the former be-
neficiaries of the UJAthe Joint
Distribution Committee, United
Palestine Appeal and National
Refugee Service."
Another major topic on the
Assembly's agenda will be a dis-
cussion of the part local commu-
nity agencies and welfare organ-
izations should play in the na-
tional defense program. Open-
ing session of the Assembly and
part of a subsequent business ses-
sion will be devoted to a review
of the adjustment of local pro-
grams to current national defense
needs.
A first-hand account of the
condition of Jewry overseas will
be presented by Morris C. Tro-
per, European chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, at a
meeting held on Monday, Feb. 3,
in conjunction with the welfare
fund conference.
Mr. Troper has just arrived
from his European post to report
<>n the needs for relief, rehabili-
tation and emigration in connec-
tion with the J. D. C. 1941 cam-
paign for funds.
SECOND IN MEMORIAL
MEETINGS HONORING
EDUCATOR TO BE HELD
Second in a series of Memorial
meetings honoring the late, rev-
ered, and internationally known
scholar, Dr. Bernard Revel, foun-
der and president, of the Yeshiva
College, will be held at the Miami
Orthodox Synagogue Sunday
evening, Feb. 2 at 7:30. presided
over by-Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner who will address the audience
briefly in behalf of the Miami
Orthodox Community, Rabbi
Aaron D. Burack, member of the
Yeshiva faculty and vice presi-
dent of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis of America, will deliver
the principal Memorial address.
Also on the program are Rabbi
Meyer Freed of the Yeshiva Ad-
ministration, Dr. David Andron,
former student of Dr. Revel, and
Mr. Ephraim Kaplan, noted Jew-
ish pubicist and president of the
Yeshiva Synagogue Council of
America. Cantor Samuel Kant-
oroff will make the Hazkorah and
sing several appropriate selec-
tions.
Dr. Revel came to the Yeshiva
College twenty-five years ago and
built the institution from a small
and insignificant position to one
of high scholastic standing and
recognized the world over. At
present the school has over 600
students and a budget of $217.-
000 annually. Rabbi Revel' was
one of the first to advocate what
American Jewry can and must
become not only a reservoir of
financial aid to our brothers but
must also take its place as a
center of learning.
KILL MANY JEWS
TO ESTABLISH HOME
London (WNS)A number of
prominent refugee doctors, wel-
fare workers and psychoanalysts,
headed by Anna Freud, daughter
of the late Dr. Sigmund Freud,
announced the establishment of a
home here for children suffering
mentally and physically from air
raids.
RECENT POGROM
Budapest (WNS)At least 700
Jews were killed and 2,000
wounded during the five-day
pogrom in Rumania, according to
newspaper men returning here
from Bucharest. Thousands of
other Jews were injured slightly
but failed to report their injuries,
fearing severe punishment.
While Nazi tanks and armored
cars patrolled the streets of Buch-
arest, the terror-stricken Jews
buried their dead and rummaged
through the ruins of their homes
to salvage what they could. The
Jewish quarter of the nation's
capital was reduced to a smoking
shambles.
It was learned that at the
height of the Iron Guard pogrom
several hundred Jews found shel-
ter in the American consulate.
Soviet authorities at Soviet-oc-
cupied Bessarabia were reported
to have admitted temporarily 1.-
200 Jews.
Many Jews were killed when
they tried to cross into Hungary
and Yugoslavia. Scores of Jews
in Constanta, attempting to flee
in small boats, were shot down
by machine guns. Reports from
the provinces said that many
Jews barricaded themselves in
their homes but were driven out
by incendiary bombs.
Jews besieged the city's mor-
gues and hospitals searching for
close relatives. The mutilated
bodies of Jewish men and women
were still lying in the fields. It
was learned that the insurgent
Iron Guardists released hundreds
of incorrigible criminals from
prisons to enlist their aid in the
fearful massacre of helpless Jews.
FORMER MAYOR OF
PRUSSIAN SENATE TO
MAKE ADDRESS HERE
"Democracy and the Fate of'
Germany" will be the subject of!
Max Brauer, former mayor of Al-
tona, Germany and member of
the Prussian Senate, when he ad-
dresses the Miami Community
Forum at Temple Israel Feb. 4,
at 8 p. m. As administrator, edu-
cator, and public servant in Ger-
many and having been an eye
witness abroad, a frank and in-
teresting lecture is anticipated,
from the reports of those who
have previously heard the speak-
er. Mr. Brauer stated, "With na-
tions increasingly dependent up-
on one another, the fate of Ger-
many is a world concern." Like-
wise, the effects of Naziism upon
demacracy concerns all liberty
loving people."
This is another of a series of
lectures sponsored by the Men's
Clubs of Temple Israel and ihe
Unitarian Church. Tickets may
be obtained for either the lecture
or the balance of the series at the
Temple on the evening of the
lectures.
ALLOW REFUGEES
ENTER PALESTINE
UNHEALTHY RISE OF
SHARES ALARMS ITALY
Rome (WNS)Alarmed at
what he described "the unhealthy
rise of many industrial shares."
Virginio Gayda, authoritative
Fascist editor and spokesman, de-
manded in the Giornole d'ltalia
that measures be taken to pre-
vent "Jewish stock exchange
manipulators" from influencing
the market.
"The competent authorities will
not fail to investigate the abnor-
mal phenomenon and discover
those responsible for it," he said.
"There are some who suppose
that the usual groups of Jewish
stock exchange manipulators,
have had a hand in it. The State
has made an inventory and limit-
ed the real property of these
groups. ."
Cavalcade of Stars, Y. M. h. A Production, to
Feature Celebrities at Plaza Theatre Feb. 3
JEWISH PROPERTY TAKEN
Lisbon (WNS)The Nazi Slo-
vakian government has confiscat-
ed Jewish property and posses-
sions valued at 331,000,000 kron-
en since the Nazi occupation of
Czechoslovakia.
Harry Richman
Nick Kenny, New
Amassing a galaxy of stars
of screen, stage, and radio
that has seldom been equalled,
the Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation will present their
Cavalcade of Stars at an 8
o'clock performance, Monday
evening, February 3 at the
Plaza Theatre, Biscayne St. at
Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
York Mirror radio editor and
popular song writer, will again sponsor the bene-
fit performance.
With "a great showa greater cause"as their
slogan, the Cavalcade committee with Herman
Waitsmon and Leo Robinson,
co-chairmen, assisted by Mau-
rice Grossman, executive di-
rector, and Al Berkowitz, Fred
Shochet, Nat Blumberg, PQte
Silverman, Lou Safan have Se-
cured the services of America's
favorite comedian, Milton
Berle, to M. C. the show.
Heading the list of entertain-
ment will be the complete show of the Colonial
Inn through the courtesy of Ben Marden and will
feature Sophie Tucker, Harry Richman, Joe E.
Lewis and Paul Whiteman. Leading night clubs
bopnie lucicer
in the area have volunteered
their services in presenting
(heir headline acts and to date
Cross and Dunn. Deal Arnaz.
Terry Lawlor, Hildegarde.
Slapsie Maxie. Benny Davis,
and a host of other outstand-
ing celebrities in the entertain-
ment field will be on hand.
^wu Starting six years ago. the
Cavalcade has been an annual event enabling the
Y. M. H. A. to continue its work serving the com-
munity as a character building organization for
youth and a center for adults. Sponsoring edu-
cational classes, featuring lectures and forums,
staging a complete athletic
program, and having a Home
Camp, ranking as one of the
best in the country during the
summer, are among the activ-
ities receiving benefit from
the Cavalcade proceeds.
Reservations can be made
by phoning the Y. H. M. A.,
3-4012, or the theatre, 5-2302.
The benefit is approved and sanctioned by the
Theater Authority, national organization repre-
senting the entertainers.
Tickets are priced at $2, $3, $5, and $10.
faul wniteman
London (WNS)The Polish
Government-in-exile has submit-
ted an official memorandum to
the British Government, urging
that Polish refugees now scat-
tered throughout Europe, be per-
mitted to enter Palestine, it was
learned.
The memorandum pointed out
that many of the Polish Jewish
refugees are in Rumania and
Hungary where increasingly
violent anti-Semitism has jeop-
ardized their existence, The note
was sent while London news-
papers were reporting that hun-
dreds of Jews were being mas-
sacred in Rumania.
The note urged the British
Government to give the matter
immediate consideration since the
situation in which the Jewish
refugees find themselves has be-
come very critical.
It was also learned that a num-
ber of Polish Jewish journalists,
who recently arrived in Pales-
tine, received financial assistance
from the exiled Polish Govern-
ment.
At the same time it was an-
nounced that the Agudath Isreal
has protested to the British Home
Office against the discrimination
against orthodox Jews interned in
Canada. The Agudath Isrca!
charged that the deputy director
of internment operations in Ot-
tawa issued an order stating that
internees must do compulsory la-
bor six days weekly, with Sun-
day the only rest day. Jews who
refuse to work on Saturdays will
be punished, the order said.
The Agudath Isreal character-
ized the order as "contrary both
to international convention and
public opinion, and above all to
the spiritual issues of war."
Meanwhile, the Daily Tele-
graph reported that the 8,000
Jewish anti-Nazi refugees, still
interned at various camps, in
England, will shortly be released.
The announcement was greeted
wtih enthusiasm in Jewish circles
which ha*'e been campaigning
for the release of all Jewish ref-
ugees.
BELGIUM JEWS SENT TO
CAMPS BY GERMANS
Stockholm (WNS)More than
40.000 Jews, virtually the entire
Jewish population of West and
East Flanders and the city of An-
twerp in Nazi-occupied Belgium
have been rounded up by Nazi
Gestapo agents and sent to con-
concentration camps at Hasselt.
Before the mass seizures, Ges-
tapo agents visited all Jewish
homes and warned Jews to be
ready to leave at a few hours'
notice. The Gestapo ordered the
Jews, who are held to be "obvious
enemies of the Axis," from areas
where the Flemish nationalist
movement is strongest.
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PAGE THREE

FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFFE
Ex*cutiT Director
While the 1941 campaign is of-
ficially closed, there are still a
number of prospective contribut-
ors being contacted who, for va-
rious reasons, were not hereto-
fore available. It is anticipated
that with this work completed.
Federation will go "over the top"
of the $125,515 goal, and the 1941
campaign will have gone down
into history as the most success-
ful fund-raising activity in the
Southeastern part of the United
States, let alone in the State of
Florida.
This was accomplished only by
the untiring efforts of over five
hundred workers who gave un-
stintingly of their time and en-
ergy during the campaign and
prc-campaign days. They have
earned the gratitude of our com-
munity and of the forty-one
agencies and institutions who
will benefit by it.
Saturday evening. February 1,
a delegation headed by President
Stanley C. Myers, leaves for At-
lanta to attend the General Na-
tional Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, to be held Sunday and
Monday of next week. Over 500
delegates are expected from all
parts of the country to discuss
important and vital problems af-
fecting the Jewish communities
throughout the land.
One of the most important de-
cisions to be made revolves
around the recent dissolution of
the United Jewish Appeal, which
was the joint fund-raising agency
for the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, United Palestine Appeal
and the Advisory Committee to
guide local Budget Committees in
equitably allocating funds for
the three above named agencies.
GIFTED ARTIST IN ONE
APPEARANCE IN MIAMI
Harold Bauer, distinguished pi-
anist, will make only one public
appearance while in Miami, be-
ing presented as soloist at the
second of the Arnold Volpe Me-
morial Building Fund series on
February 3 at the Ida vl. Fisher
High School Auditorium. Hav-
ing appeared as soloist w.th the
University orchestra last year he
is no stranger to Miami.
RABBI AARON D. BURACK
will be the principal speaker at
the Revel Memorial meeting Sun-
day evening at the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, 590 S.
W. 17th Avenue.
Mrs. Leah Pearlstein of New
York City, aunt of Mr and Mrs.
Louis Kotkin, has arrived in Mi-
ami Beach for a short visit.
PUBLISHING COMPANY
ISSUES MUSICAL WORK
The Bloch Publishing Company
of New York has just issued a
! new musical work entitled "Sab-
I bath Eve Service" by Charles De
I Harrack,
Before the first World War.
Mr. De Harrack made many con-
cert tours in Europe, and was a
favorite at Royal Courts. In
j Leipzig he won first prize for
! composition offered by the
Deutsche Verlags Actiengesell-
schaft.
I REFUGEES
AIDED BY BRITAIN
London (WNSPalcor Agency)
George Henry Hall, Undersec-
retary of State for the Colonies,
revealed in the House of Com-
mons that 1,634 refugees who en-
tered Palestine without certifi-
cates have been deported to the
Island of Mauritius and arc being
maintained there by the treasury
of the United Kingdom.
The question period brought
forth repeated interrogations by
Colonel Josiah C. Wedgwood, La-
borite, as to reasons for the re-
fusal of the Government to give
a new series of permits to Jews
to enter Palestine for the next
six months. Colonel Wedgwood
emphasized that immigration
should be encouraged inasmuch
as there was no longer export for
food products from the country.
Mr. Hall replied that the de-
cision to issue no new immigra-
tion quota for the current six
months had been taken partly on
the ground that under present
conditions prospective legal im-
migrants couid seldom reach Pal-
estine within the period contem-
plated for their absorption in the
economy of the country and part-
ly in the light of the difficult
economic conditions caused by
the war, resulting in widespread
unemployment.
STAGE. SCREEN STAR
AT GAITHER THEATRE
Francis Lederer, star of stage
and screen, will be featured in
his Broadway success of last
season, "No time for Comedy,"
at the Gant Gaither Theatre for
a week, Monday, February 3, to
February 10.
Lederer, Czechoslovakian, is
noted not only as an actor but
as an ardent promoter of world
peace and several years ago head-
In Memoriam
Fold his hands upon his
breast, Close his tired eyes. Let no wail disturb his rest Where he, sleeping lies.
He has drunk life's hon-
-*?BS WF: ey-cup. He has drained the gall You may pile Life's baubles up, He is through with all.
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s He is through with laughter gay. He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away, All his dragging years.
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v Sing him songs of quiet cheer, Sound no dolesome knell; 1 know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well."
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ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET
DIED 6tb OF SHVAT. 5689 (JANUARY 17. 1929)
In Loving Remembrance His Children
MILTON BERLE
FRANCIS LEDERER
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
ed a peace movement in this
country. At present he is working
with Dr. Benes, former Czech
leader, in organizing the Czech
people in America.
His appearance with Gant
Gaither's group will be in the
role he played last year on the
New York stage with Katherine
Cornell. His latest screen roles
have found him paradoxically
cast as a Nazi, two of the best
remembered films being "I Mar-
ried a Nazi," with Joan Bennett
and the controversial "Confes-
sions of a Nazi Spy." with Ed-
ward G. Robinson.
There will be performances ev-
ery evening, Monday through
Sunday, with a matinee on Sun-
day.
"Follies and Fashions of 1941."
the annual presentation of the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, Miami Section, will be the
feature of Flamingo Park Wed-
nesday, February 12 at 8 p. m.
The show will present fashions
for both men and women in an
unusual manner, accompanied by
a musical revue.
Women's fashions will be
shown by Leed's of Miami Beach.
Velma's of 41st Street, and Hel-
en's Knit Shop. Men's fashions
will be presented by Dunhill's
of Miami. The clothes will be
modeled by professional manne-
quins.
The entire show will be und> r
the direction of Mr. Barney
Goodman. Mrs. Irving Kobky is
chairman of the affair, with Mrs.
Harold Rand as assistant chair-
man. The advisory committee
includes Mrs. Jack Cohen, Mrs.
Max Dreyer. Mrs. Maurice Ja-
cobs, Mrs. Morris Alpert, and
Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub.
Mrs. Rand is stage supervisor,
and Mrs. Aaron Farr is in charge
of music. Mrs. Emil Gould and
Mrs. Arthur Rabe are publicity
chairmen.
The ticket committee includes
Mrs. Gertrude Lachs. chairman;
Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. Rand, and
Mrs. Ada Joseph. Tickets may
be obtained in Miami Beach from
Mrs. Lachs. telephone 5-3936; in
Miami at the Council office, tel-
ephone 3-6554. and from any
member of the adisory and ticket
committees.
All proceeds of the affair will
support the Council's projects of
Service to the Foreign Born.
Children's Aid. Scholarships, Ed-
ucation, and Social Welfare.
Mrs. Albert Gorman of New York
City is the house guest of her
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi.
will assist and help M. C. at the
Y. M. H. A Cavalcade of Stan,
Monday evening at the Plaza
Theatre.
The Greater Miami Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization for Palestine
will sponsor a benefit card party
Wednesday. February 5, 8p. m. at
1251 N. W. 36 Street. Admission
will be 25c.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Varon and
son Harold, are house guests of
Mr, and Mrs. Morris Bain.
In Loving Memory of
URIAH DAVID
SHOCIIET
whose loving deeds will
always remain an ever-
lasting memory.
DIED 20th DAY
OF TEBETH. 5677
JANUARY 14, 1917
His Brother and Sisters
In M
emoriam

MOTHER
She traveled the journey
before you.
She has known all the
cost of the way,
She paid out the price to
its fulness
That Motherhood only
can pay.
She loved when the world
was against you
She hopedwhen your
hope sank and died.
She clung to your hand
when the clinging
Left scars in her heart
deep and wide.
She laboredand lov and was happy,
For down deep in her
kind heart she knew
Your kindness and love
would repay her
For all that she didjust
for you.
A. S. Shochet.
In Loving Remembrance Her Children
EDA SHOCHET
DIED 23rd OF TEBETH. S688 (JANUARY 15. 1928)
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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade of Stars
Monday. February 3, 8 o'Clock
Show. Complete Story and De-
tails on Front Page. Make
Reservations Now!
NEWS TO YOU
Om San Francisco readers will be interested to know that
CartoBaS the new Consul-General Mussolini has sent to their
SrnofSy comes of a good Nazi family on his mother s side
~d s a good friend of Captain Fntz Wiedemann Nazi Consul-
Ge^etal but has an impressive Fascist record in his own right
hTw Consul-General al Barcelona when the Spanish cm
war broke out and later became the first special envoy of
I-a'v To General Franco Infers insist that General Werner
von aomberg. who hadn't been seeing eye to eye with Hitler
on the European campaign, is in the Argentine incognito .
The Oversef Service and Trading CorporaUon of 198 Broad-
way New York, is campaigning for business It sends food
ncckcces to all parts of Germany from its headquarters in Jugo-
slavia We wonder whether the corporation s assurance that
these packages actually reach the non-Aryan addresses means
team was again victorio anythinc? Some organization should look into the matter,
they played the Graham Dairy
i last week's issue ot I team on Sunday list at the Y. M THE NEW JEW
ETnoture. and undoubtedly confusing the ""^iJ**- H A. Athletic field h & N
*& Z^tttt?Z of?hI ~ 'S ned ^rmrJh; column m PM New York's^ernoon tabloid.
M ami (57) FG FT Hecht contends that by setting themselves apart as a chosen
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY TANVAP.Y :1 1541
VOLUME 14 DUMBER 5
PROPAGANDA
Observations are prompted by me two advertisements cp-
' The Jewish F.ondian. conflicting
TO OPEN FORUM GROUP
Adult Forum I I
pen ."- ssions an W
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ussions or. Ji
and Rituals. Ev< rj
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ATHLETICS
The Y M. H A. basketball
itic attitude, w-----
the other a defense by him as to ms genera! policies.
One of the modern memoes of war. and seemingly effecttve. Wemtraub, f
is Propaganda, affecting vitally the lives of millions for genera- Schafler, f ..........._. 1
tions to come. Proof of this is not only the steady success of, Spectorman, f .4
Hitler as he extends his sphere c: influence throughout Europe. Lacko.A.llz. t ............ 3
but what is even more important to us m America the en- 0rnstein. f .............. 1
croachments which his firm column agents have made in our Gehnnger, f.......0
own midst. If our democratic way o! life is to exist, what Lubel, c 2
need is not alone military de-r.se but intellectual and emotional Traung. c .......... 0
preparation against being influenced by the wrong kind of pro- Calsfcr g 3
pag'anda. The problem is cr.e of educating the man on the RosonthaL g .
street to an understanding oi me common propaganda tech- SakowitZ] g .
niques employed to mold the public mind. Timer, g
Quoting from the Jewish Spectator of New York: In report Kasselman> g ...........
presented before the annual meeting of the American ewish Sch..vam g
Committee, Judge Horace S. Stern emphasized that anti-Jewish
agitation perceptibly declined in this country during the past Tota]s ................ 27
year and that the influence of anti-Semitic organizations is def-, Graham Dairy (37, FG
initely waning among those sections of the population which Boydi f ....................... 7
had formerly listened to the mouthings or read the scnbblings. Crjm f ................ %
of mischief-making rabble rousers and misguided fanaticism. jLiddell c x
Although American anti-Semitism is declining, it still pre-, Fow]er c 0
sents a menace not only to the Jewish community but also to the jMler 'G 0
cause of national unity, which is our first and chief weapon in ; Simler 0
these critical times. There is now. however, good cause to an- j pacc fi
ticipate the further discrediting and consequent decline of all j _
un-Amerian and undemocratic gospels of hatred.
In inverse ratio to the decreasing influence on anti-Semitism,
certain "friends of the Jews." with an axe of their own to grind.
are redoubling their efforts in "exposing" anti-Semites and anti-
Semitic business concerns. No intelligent Jew will be misled
by attempts of making capital out of "revelations," which cause
feelings of antagonism towards the Jews instead of helping their
cause. As far as these "friends" are concerned, it is easier for
American Jewry to deal effectively with its enemies than guard
itself against the harm done by the solicitous concern and affec-
tion of its "friends."
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Referee. Art Baida.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Monday. February 3, 3:00 p m .
tap and ballet dancing class; 8:00
p. m.. Cavalcade of Stars. Plaza
Theatre.
Tuesday. February 4. 8:00 p.
m.. A. Z. A. meeting; 8:00 p. nv.
Girl Scout meeting; 8:30 p. rr...
women's calisthenics class.
Wednesday, February 5. 2:00 p.
0 people the Nazis are preparing themselves a future in which
0 the German "will slink about in ghettoes. furtive-eyed toward
0 the world, cringing before the stares of his fellows and sustcdn-
0 ; ing himself with a mystic tribal exaltation behind the locked
0 doors of his holy Bund meetings" Personally, however, we
0 don't quite care for the parallel ... It seems to us that what
1 ; really happened is that Hitler and his advisers put such a bad
0 scare into themselves with the mythical "Protocols of the Eld-
0 ers of Zion" that they are now acting in accordance with some
0 I not so mythial "Protocols of the Elders of Munich" worked out
0 | along the same lines Reverting to PM; Did you know that
0 Amos Landman, whose byline appears in that paper from time.
2 is the son of Brooklyn's Rabbi Isaac Landman?
THE OLD JEW
If you are interested in how Jews were educated in antiquity
be sure to get Dr. Nathan Drazin's new volume, "History of
: Jewish Education: From 515 B. C. E. to 220 C. E.," published by
the Johns Hopkins Press Dr Drazin is the rabbi of Baltimore's
Congregation Shaarei Tfiloh The thirty Jews among the
troops that have gone to the new U. S. base in Newfoundland.
are well taken care of spiritually as well as otherwise, thanks
to the thirty siddurim the Jewish Welfrae Board provided for
them The Jewish community of Brantford, Ont., is mourning
. three of its young men. three chums who joined up with the
Canadian fighting forces but died while still in training They
were Private Murray Cohen, who died in a Toronto hospital in
November; Henry Levy, who died in a Royal Canadian Air
Force crash in December; and David R. Axler, who was killed
in an RCAF crash this month.
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MERIT
Appealing to the community as loyal Americans and Jews m.. class in interior decorating;
the Y. M. H. A. pleads for support of their annual Cavalcade of '
Stars. Remarkable progress has been made by the organiza-
tion the past few years and additional and much revenue is group,
needed to enable it to continue its youth and character building
projects. Lack of support will soon put the organization in a
spot where it will not be able to progress.
Thursday, February 6. 3 00 p.
m., tap and ballet dancing class;
8:15 p. m.. basketball gam' and
dance; 8:00 p. m. Boy Scout
meeting.
Friday. February 7. 3:00 p. ir...
class in man jongg.
Fred Harris, national commander ot the Jewisn War Veterans, is
greeted by Baron do Hirsch Meyer, president, Miami Beach Federal
Savings & Loan Association, at a reception given for Harris Sunday
night by the Freda Markowitz post and Auxiliary at the Blackstono
Hotel, Miami Beach. Left to right are J. William Baros, post com-
mander; Mrs. Harry Shapiro, president of the Auxiliary; Harris;
Harry H. Farr, national vice commander; Meyer, who represented
Gov. Spessard L. Holland, and Nat Roth, state commander.
REFUGEES EVICTED BY
NAZIS MAY BE RESCUED
New York(WNS)Some of the
refugees who were evicted from
their homes in Western Germany
last November and transported
to a concentration camp in unoc-
cupied France may have a chance
of being rescued through emigra-
tion to countries overseas if legal
and material aid is made avail-
able to them.
Approximately 13.000 persons,
of whom 7.000 are Jewish men,
women and children who were
forcibly ejected from West Ger-
man communities, are now in-
mates at Camp de Gurs. No mass
release is contemplated by the
French authorities of those in the
Camp. Release from Camp de
Gurs is a possibility only in the
case of those internees who are
able to immigrate overseas, the
reports said.
THE ERETZ ISRAELITE
Strange, unbelievable and illogical as it may be. the Pales-
tine administration is behaving in an ugly manner indeed to-
ward the inhabitants of the Jewish homeland There seems
to be a great discrepancy between the supposedly pro-Zionist
views of Churchill and the High Commissioner's zeal in carry-
ing out the letter of Malcolm MacDonald's treacherous policy.
And yet Jewish Palestine is of tremendous help to Britain's ex-
peditionary forces in the Near East More than 8.000 Pales
tinian Jews are fighting with them in Lybia and Greece ... Be-
sides. Jewish ingenuity in Palestine is establishing new and
vital war industries there ... An epic story could be told about
how a German Jewish refugee in Haifa, because of his experi-
ence in the optical industry, was able to organize for the British
the all-important manufacture of optical instruments in the
Near East for war purposes ... His name is Goldberg, and he
is one of those who was almost deported by the overzealous
Palestine administration Does Churchill silently consent to
the disgraceful British attitude in Palestine, or is he ignorant of
it? Something is wrong somewhere.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
From London, via short wave, comes the story of the house-
painter s establishment in the Jewish district which, after being
pretty thoroughly demolished by a Nazi bomb, sported a neatly
painted sign reading: "Professional Jealousy" !T The Ruman-
ians says the Christian Science Monitor, feel themselves to be
mnnl ?! Mmem vfS ?' ,'he ** "We hav bread like Ger-
Tnllc ,1 I1"5 hk- Italyf' revolutins like Spain's, and earth-
Si?,? JapQn S ,hey lament Isn'' manrelous how our
SZ wT u,mee\our ending needs for expression.
TarZ-!aer,,The11 helps ,hat development along? '
Crackotriots is his latest contribution.
MORE SERIOUS
^SS^SrLiSf htei reCenUy broke out in a rcuh of ad-
2Tw=lnmg that lt wanled onJ -re8tricted" cU-
a .Sd^SJn ?r,hWhat ,ha' meanS And business took such
tu^ ,or ^ worse owS SE r raP'd Change N'W- Rogers, of Mead-
SSEm^Ga?h^i^rnSre N' J' is a rabid anti-Semite who
carries out Goebbels and Stretcher's policy in his own back-
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+Jewish Ik*ktton
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temple Israel!
117 N. E. 19th UrMt
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
SMS Indian Creek Drive6.1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HifleL
Sabbath Eve Services
Sabbath evening services, Fri-
day evening, January 31, at 8:15
o'clock, Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on "Why Be-
lieve?"
Sabbath Morning Services
Sabbath morning services Sat-
urday morning, Feb. 1st, at 11:00
o'clock. Congregational partici-
pation. Torah reading and inter-
pretation of weekly Biblical por-
tion, in a sermonette by Rabbi
Zwitman. Members of the con-
firmation class help to conduct
the services. Parents and friends
are cordially invited.
Board to Meet Monday
Instead of the usual meeting
day. the board of directors of
our Temple will meet on Mon-
day. Feb. 3rd, 1941. Members
of the board are urged to note
the change on their weekly cal-
endar, and to be present at the
important February meeting,
this Monday at 8:00 P. M.
Sisterhood Birthday Party
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael cordially invites you to its
18th birthday party to be cele-
brated on Monday, February 3rd.
at 2:00 P. M., when it will pre-
sent "A Challenge of Birthdays",
a pageant of great Jewish wo-
men, who served as inspiration
to mothers in Israel. Participat-
ing in the pageant will be Mrs. E.
Max Goldstein, Mrs. Max Steuer,
Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs. Andrew
Greenfield, Mrs. Helene W. Wil-
liams. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mrs.
Alvin Cassel, Mrs. Sidney L.
Weintraub. Mrs. N. Doug Raff,
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Program
chairman, Mrs. Max Steuer pre-
siding.
No admission whatsoever!
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Rachel
Kaufman, mother of Mrs. R. W.
Apte; William Friedman, brother
of Mr. Samuel S. Friedman; Rose
Levy Simpson, wife of Mr. Julius
Simpson; Iva Gelder. mother of
Mrs. Hazel Reichenbach.
Yahrzeits: Bedanah Joffe,
mother of Mr. Isaac Joffe; Her-
man Aron, brother of Mr. Mich-
ael Aron and Mrs. Frances
Brandwein; Henry M. Barg, hus-
band of Mrs. Hazel Barg; David
Hammer, grandfather of Mrs. A.
M. Wise; Bernhard Wertheimcr,
father of Mr. Adolph Wertheim-
er; Anna Bernstein, mother of
Mr. Jack Bernstein; Leah Sim-
ons, mother of Mr. Harry V.
Simons; Rebecca Woolf Bonwit,
mother of Mr. Walter B. Bon-
wit; Herman M. Cohen, brother
of Mr. Michael A. Cohen.
The floral offering this week
is presented in memory of Mr.
Harry M. Barg, and contribution
made in memory of Hermon Ar-
on by Mary Hutty.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(BflaBti'aj pioneer CongTeeatlon)
1S5 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX ShtAKMKU, HaDDI
498 S. W. 1Sth Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217S
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 N W 1611. Av.nui
Phone 2 0S2S
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services-----------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services........ 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning _.. 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning...__8:30a.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.
Late Friday Evening Services
The services this Friday eve-
ning at 8:15 will be conducted
by the Massada chapter of Great-
er Miami. The cantor will chant
the liturgic melodies. The fol-
lowing members will participate
in the services: Molly Baer, Ber-
nie Hammersmith. Joshua Lang-
fur, Morty Lasky. May Lieber-
man, Eleanor Miller, and Esther
Rosenstein. David Bear will
chant part of the services dur-
ing the evening, and Harold Sha-
piro will pronounce the Benedic-
tion.
Dr. May Bere, a resident of
Palestine, will be guest speaker.
She will discuss the subject,
"War and Work of Women in
Palestine." Dr. Bere, a delegate
to America from the Moatzath
Hapoaloth (Working Women's
Circle) in Palestine, holds de-
grees from the Universities of
Manitoba. Chicago and Colum-
bia. For the past nine years she
has been an active part of Pales-
tine life, being in charge of the
research department of Child
Guidance Clinic of Tel Aviv, and
consulting psychologist for the
Working Women's Council for
problems of vocational guidance.
She distinguished herself as a
psychologist in adapting newly
arrived immigrant girls and wo-
men of Palestine. Dr. Bere will
be introduced by Miss Molka
Goodlaw. secretary of the Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women.
An oneg shabbos will follow
after the benediction, and re-
freshments will be served by the
Sisterhood.
Junior Congregation
Harvey, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Miller, will be bar
mitzvah this Saturday morning
at 9 o'clock. A reception will
follow after the benediction. The
Junior Congregational services
will be held at 10:30. Harvey will
be host to the Junior Congrega-
tion at a kiddush after the ser-
vices, in the auditorium.
Sisterhood Pre-Purim Ball
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its delightful 25th annual
pre-Purim ball Sunday evening,
February 16th at the Miami Civic
Center. Mrs. Isador Cohen, gen-
eran chairman, and her commit-
tee consisting of Mrs. Chas. Ab-
bott, Mrs. Michael Arnold, Mrs.
Sam Ehrlich, Mrs. Isador Fine,
Mrs. J. M. Fine, Mrs: Felix
Hinkes, Mrs. Frances Horn, Mrs.
Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Ben Kan-
del, Mrs. Isador Langner, Mrs.
Louis Margulies, Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers. Mrs. S. J. Pallot, Mrs.
Morris Pepper, Mrs. Chas. Per-
etzman, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs.
Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Hyman Sootin,
Mrs. Sol Weinkle, Mrs. Sam
Weissel, Mrs. Florence Kromash,
Mrs. Jean Pallot; Isador Fine,
Norman Jacobs, Louis Margulies,
Morris Pepper, Sidney Palmer,
and Norman Weisman, wish to
announce that extensive plans
are being formulated for that
evening. A large number of
night club entertainers will be
there to entertain you. The com-
mittee has also provided a num-
ber of worthwhile prizes, and all
attending will be eligible to win
same. So far we have every in-
dication of a record crowd. Tick-
ets can be obtained from the of-
fice, 2-1473, or from any mem-
ber. All members, their friends
and the general public are cor-
dially invited.
Board Meeting
A board meeting of the Beth
David Sisterhood will be held at
the Talmud Torah Monday eve-
ning, February 3rd at 7:30 P. M.
Mrs. Isador Fine, president, re-
quests all board and committee
members to be sure and attend
as very urgent matters will be
discussed.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in the
Memorial Book of Life, will be
observed this month of Shebat.
The anniversary candle is lit the
evening before the English date
mentioned, and the kaddish begins
the same evening until sunset of
the day mentioned.
Chaim Shloma, brother of Dan-
iel Sepler, January 29th; Yehu-
dah Laeb, father of Mrs. Fran-
cis Warshoff, January 30; Anna
Weintraub, mother of Joe Wein-
traub, January 31st; Moshe, fath-
er of Mrs. Wm. Friedman, Feb-
ruary 2nd; Rav. Mordechai Laeb,
father of Meyer Schwartz. Feb-
ruary 3; Louis Simon, father of
Murray Simon, February 1st;
Yaakov. father of Norman Ross-
man. February 3rd; Rivkah, sis-
ter of Florence Seitlin Marko-
witz. February 4th; Yisroel Hcr-
shel, father of Adolph Haimes,
February 5th; Raezel. mother of
Roral Cohen, February 9th; Leah
Raeza. mother of H. Rayvis. Feb-
ruary 8th; Yosef, in memory of
Joseph Aronson, February 9th;
Moshe Zaev, son of Louies Mar-
kowitz, February 10th; Eliyohu,
father of Herbert Kleinman, Feb-
ruary 10th: Glicka, mother of Mr.
Hillman, February 12th; Yit-
chock, father of Mrs. David
Brown. February 12th; Dovid, in
memory of David Afrenow, Feb-
ruary 12th; Arron Shloma. hus-
band of Ida Marcus, February
15th: Sorah Bayleh, mother of
Mrs. S. J. Pallott, February 17;
Ester, mother of Jacob Sher.
February 14th; Chaim. father of
Sol. Rotfort, February 15th;
Chayim. father of Mr. B. L. Leff,
February 18th; Chaya Makla,
mother of Mohilner family. Feb-
ruary 19th; Tziporah. mother of
Mrs. Katie Marks, February
21st; Tobias, father of Louis
Borochoff, February 22nd; Men-
asche, father of Isador and David
Kaplan, February 24th; Raeze
Rochel. mother of Isador Gold-
stein, February 25th.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi'e Residence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris ............. 7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon........ 8:00 a.m.
Mincha ......5:30 p. m.
Maariv ............................6:00 p.m.
Friday .......5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service............. 9:00 a.m.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having; articles of
clothing-, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dles Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and send
these article* to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained by
them. _^
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 1ST N. W. 6th St.
Please Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartx. -71S8
Mr.. Morris Dublsr, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Katifasan. B-4MS
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mrs. Mayer Sahwartx. 2-US4
and they will be called er
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
Friday Night
The sixth of the series of eight
Friday evening religious lectures
will be conducted by Rabbi Kell-
ner in the synagogue this Friday
night, Jan. 30,'at 8:30. The dis-
cussion will center on the prob-
lems of the Palestine National
Home and the policies and prin-
ciples of the various groups that
work for Palestine. Rev. Gluck
will conduct the musical pro-
gram and lead in congregational
singing.
Fellowship Organized
Young Peoples Group was or-
ganized by Rabbi Kellner for the
purpose of cultural work and
study of Jewish historical sub-
jects. John C. Temple was elect-
ed president and George Chert-
kof secretary. The next meeting
will be held Tuesday evening.
Feb. 4th in the synagogue house.
1545 S. W. 3rd Street at 9:00
o'clock. A business session will
be held from 9 to 9:30 after
which Rnhbi Kellner will speak
on "The Meaning of Jewish His-
tory." A most cordial invita-
tion is extended to young people
over 21 years of age to come and
join this worthwhile and pro-
gressive movement.
In Appreciation
The Ladies Auxiliary takes
this means of expressing their
appreciation to Mrs. Louis Pallot,
who was hostess of their card
game held in the Talmud Torah
building last Sunday night.
Ladies Auxiliary
Mrs. Leo Axlrod is chairman
of the annual package party to
be held in the Talmud Torah
building Sunday night. Feb. 9th.
The ladies are urged to remem-
ber the date of our 10th annual
Purim ball which takes place
Tuesday night. Feb. 25 at the
Miami Woman's Club.
Habonoth
The Buds are planning a party
in celebration of Chamisha Oser
B'shvat to be held at the home
of their sponsor. Mrs. Abraham
Kellner. Tuesday afternoon. Feb.
11. The membership is cordially
invited to bring their friends.
Talmud Torah
Final examinations of all
classes in the Talmud Torah will
take place this week and report
cards will be issued the follow-
ing week. Close to 60 children
are now registered in the Tal-
mud Torah and parents are urged
to register their children for the
new term in order that the work
of the classes will be undertaken
together. Classes are held from
3 to 6 p. m. and a new beginner's
class will be formed.
In order to keep the spirit of a
people alive, the culture and
ideals of the race must be incul-
catd in the young. We appeal
i to all parents not to deprive their
Synagogue Services
Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a.
m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:15 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 6:10 p. m.;
Saturday at 6:30 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
5:45 p. m. The rabbi will preach
on "The Portion of the Week."
Friday Night Lecturer
The Hon. Max M. Korshak,
master in chancery of the Cir-
cuit Court of Cook County, will
speak on the subject, "Will Pal-
estine Survive?" Our guest
speaker is a noted traveler and
All children of elementary and
and is prominent in communal,
civic and philanthropic move-
ments in Chicago.
Our service begins promptly at
8:30 p. m. To be assured of
seats, come early. Doors open
at 8:00 p. m.
Sabbath Services
Rabbis E. Silver and M. Kon-
vitz will be guests at our ser-
vices this Satrday morning and
afternoon. They will speak dur-
ing our services on "Out of Eu-
rope."
Junior Congregation
Services will be held Friday
at 5:30 p. m. and Saturday at
9:00 a. m. in the Talmud Torah
building. William Liberman will
deliver the sermonette Saturday
morning. Refreshments will be
served by the Sisterhood after
the services.
All children of elementary and
High School age are invited to
these services, by and for our
youth.
Religious School
We welcome children into our
daily school classes held between
the hours of 3 and 7 p. m. and
to our Sunday morning classes
held from 10 to 12 a. m.
The following children took
part in the assembly program
last Sunday: Joan Freeman.
Malke Brenner, Sonya Wexler.
Roselle Siegel. Susan Fish, Pearl
Cohen, Dorothy Feit. Teddy Co-
hen, Audrey Rangel. June Siegel
and Isabella Gersten.
Habonoth
Our Habonoth meet Wednes-
day nights at 7 o'clock.. They
will hold a mother-daughter af-
fair at the Hotel Astor, Wednes-
day, February 12, at which time
they will present two Chamisho
Ossor playlets. Girls between the
ages of 12 and 15 are invited to
join.
Young Judea
Two groups of the Young Ju-
dea meet weekly in our syna-
gogue. One, for boys and girls
of 10 to 12, meets Sundays at 7
p. m. The other for children
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
children of their rightful cultur-
al heritage and to enroll them
in the Hebrew school. Classes
meet in the Talmud Torah build-
ing, 1545, S. W. 3rd St. and par-
ents may contact Rabbi Kellner
in the synogogue office between
3 and 6 p. m.


PAGE SIX
*Jewisl>ncrA0ar
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1941
The life of a columnist is a
great one. Never before did I
no around with a notebook in my
pocket hoping, most times in
vain, that someone would be able
to give me news of interest to
the readers of this column. With-
out any meetings to furnish in-
spiration, and with the editor
giving me a mandate to eliminate
anything of a gossipy nature.
well -
Last Wednesday evening at the
Miami Recreation Center, some
20 enthusiastic B"nai B'rith bowl-
ers received keys. cups, and oth-
er awards for participation and
honors attained in the recent
B'nai B'rith bowling tournament.
Marty Milstein is to be com-
mended for the way he handled
the 16 weeks tourney Another
is about to begin. Teams will
be selected this Wednesday, so
come out. Mixed teams will also
be formed so bring your wives,
sisters, or sweethearts. Games
will be played every Wednsday
night. Brother John Kronenfeld.
that a new system of bookkeep-
ing is being installed which will
facilitate and expedite recording
of dues. etc. Speaking of dues,
same are now payable and in
order. Mail your check to the
B'nai Brith office, "22 Seybold
Bldg.
As this paper goes to press our
degree team is initiating some
thirty men in Ft. Lauderdale
drawn from applicants in Ft.
Lauderdale and West Palm
Beach Judge George Tedder is
scheduled to be guest speaker.
Our degree team is composed of
Brothers Abe Aronovitz, Edward
Roth. Louis Heiman. Bernard
Spec-tor. Burnett Roth, and Ern-
est Sussman.
The cifficcrs and board mem-
bers of the Auxiliary recently
met at the home of Mrs. Ida
Optner. An interesting meeting
was held and details will be
shortly forthcoming. Committee
chairmen will be appointed at
the next meeting. Mrs. Sadye
Rose will be guest speaker at
the next meeting of the Auxil-
the new manager, is working on
plans for tri-city competition be- lary.
tween the B'nai B'rith keglers of Brother Jake Brown, one of
Miami, Ft. Lauderdale. and West our real old timers and pioneers.
Palm Beach.
Chairmen of all committees
are urged to send me announce-
ments of committee meetings and | Brown lives at 944 N.
their results. This Sunday. Feb- Street.
has been ill. It would be great-
ly appreciated if the brothers
dropped in to see him. Brother
W. 2nd
ruary 2 at 10:30 a. m., in the of-
fice of President Abe Aronovitz
in the Seybold Building, there
At the request of the boys, A.
Z. A. items will appear in this
column following the B'nai B'rith
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
will be held the Jirst meeting of news. Incidentally, a splendid
the year of the officers and com- B'nai B'rith-A. Z. A. committee
mittee chairmen of Sholem meeting was held this week. As
Lodge. Discussion will include j a result much greater assistance
policies, programs, and budget i will be forthcoming in aiding the
of the Lodge. I local chapters in putting on a
The finance committee reports : tremendous Youth and Democ-
j racy Rally in our community in
. the near future.
A. Z. A. NEWS
The Miami chapter of A. Z. A.
held a special meeting Monday.
January 21. to hold the election
of officers for the coming year.
After a very close vote in all
the offices the following were
elected: President. Fred Gross-
berg; vice president. Herbert
Willensky; secretary, Alan Ben-
jamin: treasurer. Frank Marks:
publicity head. Meivin Green;
religious head. Stanley Scher:
sergeant-at-arms, Alvin Fri"d-
man; assistant sergeant-at-arms.
Irwin Berger.
After the election of these of-
ficers a few remarks by the ad-
visors as to the splendid work
that the old officers had done to
better the chapter in many ways.
Special compliments were given
to Irving Ginsberg, who has done
a splendid job as president of
the fraternity for the past yi ai
and a half. In the near future
the chapter will present him
with a P. A. G. pin which is giv-
en to presidents of our chapter
We are now working in coop-
eration with the Royal Palm
Chapter on the Youth and Dem-
ocracy Rally which will be held
in the near future.
yard What amazes us is that
in the local papers he is referred
to as "Judge Rogers" ... Is it
possible that such an individual
graces a judicial bench any-
where?
ABOUT PEOPLE
We welcome to these shores
Maxa Nordau. daughter of the
famous philosopher and Zionist
leader Miss Nordau arrived
last week with her husband. Cap-
tain Greenblatt of the late
French army, and her small
daughter Her mother, Mme.
Max Nordau, is still in France,
but hopes to join her family here
before long Miss Nordau.
you ought to know, is not only a
fine painter and an author, but
an excellent lectureras those
groups who heard her on her
American visit of 15 years ago
no doubt remember When
the widow and son of the late
Vladimir Jabotinsky get here,
within the next few weeks. Zi-
onists of all parties should pay
them the highest tribute .
Biggest lecture sensation of the
year is Pierre van Paassen.
whose tour in California is set-
ting an unprecedented attend-
ance record Now it can be
told that Meyer W. Weisgal has
accepted the post of executive
vice president of the Non-Sectar-
ian Anti-Nazi League We
ook forward to big doings on
the part of the League, which
the late Samuel Untermeyer
founded as the first anti-Hitler
boycott organization Nell
Ziff, former Junior Hadassah
president. who during the
World's Fair was Weisgal's sec-
retary, now is private social sec-
retary to ZOA prexy Edmund
Kaufman in Florida Con-
gratulations and sympathy to
Shalom Asch congratulations
for escaping alive from the fire
which broke out in his Connec-
ticut home (he was overcome by
smoke and had to be revived
with a pulmotor). and sympathy
for the damage sustained by his
house$5.000 worth, which adds
up to a lot of royalties.
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+Jewisti ftcridMajn
PAGE SEVEN
RIDE 'EM COWBOY!
NEW LOST LAKE CLUB
OPENS TUESDAY NIGHT
WUd steer riding is considered a short way to suicide. Cowboys
take their lives in their hands. Brahma steers,wildest of the bovine
species, will be used exclusively. They are brought here from West
Texas. This event will be among the many of the huge Larry Sun-
brock European Circus, Rodeo and Thrill Show, at the Orange Bowl,
starting February 2nd to 9th inclusive.
NICK KENNY'S
CAVALCADE
*OF STARS-K
PLAZA THEATRE
MIAMI BEACH
EIGHT O'CLOCK SHOW
Benefit of
y. M. H. A.
Presenting
A HOST OF FAMOUS STAGE. SCREEN
AND RADIO STARS IN A
PERSONAL APPEARNCE
Featuring, Through the Courtesy of Ben Marden
from the Colonial Inn
SOPHIE TUCKER
JOE E. LEWIS
HARRY RICHMAN
PAUL WHITEMAN
MILTON BERLE
Master of Ceremonies
AND
CROSS and DUNN TERRY LAWLER
HILDEGARDE DESI ARNAZ
SLAPSIE MAXIE BENNY DAVIS
TICKETS ON SALE AT
Y. M. H. A. HEADQUARTERSPHONE 34012
PLAZA THEATREPHONE 5-2302
Hailed as Miami's "newest and
most romantic night club," the
rejuvenated Lost Lake Club had
its formal opening Tuesday night.
Packed to capacity, the crowd
witnessed one of the biggest and
most diversified vaudeville pro- i
grams ever presented on a Miami
night club floor.
Presented under the able direc-
torship of Chester Alexander, the
floor show boasted sterling en-
tertainers as Alma and Roland,
one of the finest and fastest danc-
ing acts appearing throughout
the country; McConnell and
Moore, a comedy juggling duo
who appeared all last summer in
Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe,
and the Claire Sisters, a comely
pair of versatile young ladies
who closed their season with the
Ringling Circus.
Bobby Jones, a well-known
comedy star, has the post of Mas-
ter of Ceremonies and does his
work in a smooth manner that
elicited a laugh a second. Bobby
is a recent addition to the array
of star talent now in the Miami
area coming here direct from the
Cinema City.
Danny Schrader's Orchestra
played for the show and the
dancing. Their rhythmic dance
tuness are a treat to those who
like to dance.
The Lost Lake Club has taken
on a new lease on life, and from
all indications should prove a
huge success.
With the popular Chester Al-
exander at the helm, great
things are expected under the
new regime. Moderate prices pre-
vail throughout and the cuisine
is under the supervision of two
well-known chefs.
The floor shows will be pre-
sented every night at 10, 12, and
2 a. m., and many novel features
are being planned for the coming
week.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon
the continued co-operation of every aroup in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
HHTII JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every week In the year and
Sumluv SeHsioiiH begin Sunday
morning. October 20, liHO, ending
Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941.
EVERT MONDAY EVEN1NOY. W.
II. A. liOwllng gainea.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each mouth, regular meeting of
Ladle* Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and alao Freda Murkowitz
Port.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTem-
ple lerael Sisterhood Sewing
Clauses benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting, 8:00 p. m.
at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem i.'mIi;,' B'nal B'rlth.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
FEBRUARY
2Young Judea of Beth Jacob
Congregation picnic.
3Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade of
Stars. 8. p. m., Plaza The-
atre, Miami Beach.
4Miami Community Forum,
Temple Israel.
9Dedication of buildings and
grounds, including laying of
cornerstone of new labora-
tory of National Children's
Cardiac Home.
12Natl. Council Jewish Women,
Miami Section, Musical Re-
view, Flamingo Park, 8 p. m.
14Joint lecture Workmen's Cir-
cle and English Speaking
Group, Beth David Talmud
Torah.
16M. J. O. C. Synagogue dedi-
cation.
16Lecture sponsored by Work-
men's Circle, Beth David Tal-
mud Torah.
16Beth David Sisterhood pre-
MANY JEWS TAKEN
BY ITALIAN POLICE
Belgrade (WNS)While Eu-
rope seethed with reports that
Nazi Army troops suppressed
street rioting in Milan and other
cities in northern Italy, it was re-
liably reported that scores of
Jews have been taken into cus-
tody by Italian police.
Italian police officials charged
the Jews with the dissemination
of propoganda attacking the Nazi
Italian pact. The same report
stated that the Nazi Gestapo has
advised Italian authorities to
compel all Jews in Sicily and
Sardinia to move to other cities.
The reason for the deportation
was not made clear.
Though Italian quarters were
quick to deny reports of internal
unrest, newspapermen returning
from Italy have reported growing
tension since the Italian reverses
in Libya and Greece.
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EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroomn.
EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Kats, Kap-
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
, P. M. at Temple Israel Veatry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal B'rlth bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings, S:15 o'clock, Y. M. H. A.
Basketball and Dance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotfaon's
home. 1061 Collins Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Purim Ball, Miami Civic
Center
17Beth Jacob Sisterhood, mah
jongg and card party, Flori-
dian Hotel, 1:30 p. m.
18Beth Jacob Sisterhood affair.
19Miami Community Forum,
Temple Israel.
19Brotherhood Week Celebra-
tion, Y. M. H. A.
2310th Annual Concert, Beth
David Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
24Jewish Welfare Bureau,
Night of Stars, Olympia The-
atre.
25Ladies Auxiliary M. J. O. C.
pre-Purim Ball, Miami Wo-
men's Club.
25Sophie Tucker luncheon, at
Terrace Restaurant, benefit
National Children's Cardiac
Home.
MARCH
5Miami Community Forum,
Temple Israel.
5Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A.
23Bazaar at Y. M. H. A.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. ig41
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
from 12 to 14 meets Wednesday
at 8 p. m.
A. Z. A.
The A. Z. A., junior B'nai
B'rith.. meets each Sunday at
7:30 p. m.
Beach Mizrachi
The regular monthly meeting
of tin- men's and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi
was held last Saturday night at
the Beth Jacob synagogue. Mrs.
A. D. Burak, national Mizrachi
JNF chairman, was guest speak-
er Cantor Maurice
The ADL of Bnai Brith
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
About two years ago, the anti- j headquarters of the Anti-Dcfam-
defamation committee of Sholem lation League that due to vigilance
Lodge was concerned with the
situation in Cuba as it affected
the Jewish group. An active
anti-Semitic campaign was under
way. which might have had ser-
ious repercussions in this area
because of geographical proxim-
ity. Coupled with this in the
Mamches public mind was the memory of
sang. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
acted as chairman.
Refreshments were served af-
t r the meeting. A package party
was held at which the Mizrachi
president, Mr. Harry Wasserman,
served as professional auctioneer.
A number of new members were
made.
A special meeting of the wo-
men's division was held Tuesday
i vening. Mrs. A. D. Burak spoke
on organizational problems. Plans
for future events were discussed.
A meeting of the Vaad L'Chi-
zuk Hadaas was held Tuesday
night. After a lengthy discus-
sion it was resolved that a new
organization, to be known as the
"Daughters of Israel," be organ-
ized. The purpose of this or-
ganization will be to establish
and maintain a "ritual pool."
Cantor Mamches is chairman of
this committee.
Dr. Revel Memorial
A large audience gathered at
Beth Jacob synagogue Sunday
night to do honor to the memory
of the late great Rabbi Dr. Ber-
nard Revel, dean of the Yeshiva
College.
the St. Louis incident in which a
r< fugee .--hip carrying many Jew-
ish immigrants was turned away
from Cuban shores.
It therefore is highly gratify-
ing to learn through a confiden-
tial bulletin from the national
WOMENS DIVISION
AMERICAN JEWISH
CONGRESS

Mrs. S. H. Lutsky
Freed also eulogized the depart-
ed leader of Israel. Cantors
Louis Kantoroff and Maurice
Mamches recited appropriate
prayers.
Synagogue Wedding
Mr. Edwin Finsilver and Miss
Blanche Lebowitz were married
Thursday evening at Beth Jacob
synagogue by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff with the assistance of
Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Sisterhood Meets
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood of
Miami Beach will conduct its
monthly meeting this Monday at
3:00 p. m. at the synagogue.
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak dur-
ing the cultural program.
Sisterhood Bridge
The annual bridge party of the
Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be
held at the Floridian Hotel Mon-
day afternoon, February 17th.
Rabbi A. D. Burak was the I This will be the outstanding af-
principal speaker. Rabbi Moses fair of the season. Tickets are
Mescheloff and Rabbi Meyer already on sale.
KOSHER
BAKED
BEANS
The Whole Family
Will Enjoy!

the Cuban people's desire for
fair play, and an effective anti-
defamation program, today then
exists no serious anti-Semitic
problem in Cuba. The efforts ol
Nazi and Fascist agents have
been thwarted, for according to
Rabbi Meir Lasker. ADL leadi r
in Cuba. "Colonel Fugencio Ba-
tista, president of Cuba, has
spoken up clearly and sharply in
opposition to racial antagonism
in Cuba. He has conferred with
leaders of the Jewish community
and Cuban officials are doing all
possible to discourage anti-Sem-
itism."
The background of what trail-
spiri d in Cuba is interesting es-
pecially because it illustrates the
genesis and motivation of many
ither similar subversive move-
ments directed against the Jews,
The spearhead in the anti-Sem-
itic drive was a former clerk
who acquired a controlling inter-
est in a radio station. He at-
tempted to solicit money from
the Cuban Jews, supposedly for
the defense of their rights. When
he found that he could not fill
his coffers in this way, he began
to engage in a campaign of villi-
fying the Jewish people. In this
he was supported by a Cuban
penny newspaper which printed
the discredited Talmudic forger-
ies and an entire series of can-
ards from the German propagan-
da ministry.
The ADL. after giving its coun-
sel and advice to the Jewish com-
munity in Cuba, also supplied
materials to refute these false-
hoods. A number of newspapers
: ope ned their columns to the writ-
ings of a spcial anti-defamation
, committee and an outstanding
I Cuban periodical published its
reply to the old charges about! '77,,:*"
[the Talmud, which then was'
j mailed to everyone of any im-
, portance in Cuban life. The atti-
tude of most Cuban newspapers
today coincides with that mani-
fested by the president of the
Cuban press when he said: "Cuba
gave the blood of her best sons
to fight against all forms of tyr-
anny. Marti, the hero saint of
Cuba, fought with pen and sword
for democratic principles, and
the Cuban press will follow the
path hud down by him."
During the year 1940 the Con-
gress Houses which are main-
tained by the Women's Division
of the American Jewish Cong-
ress, served to refugees 108.547
meals and sheltered 1.1H refu-
gees from the persecution and
suffering inflicted upon them in
their native land I.
Recently eighl individuals at
;i small dinner meeting called by
,r s v.. i contribul I
.. o towards the purchase ol
mobile field kitchens fur Great
Britain.
The fust meeting of the con-
tinuations committee to organize
a Jewish m ction of the inter faith
committee t" aid tin di mocracies
reci ntly :>iok place in New York
The committee considered the
manner in which nationwide
Jewish cooperation might be
brought about to secure a fleet
of mobile field kitchens to be
contributed to Great Britain. It
is hoped t" secure 200 of these
kitchens, each of which feeds
500 people and costs $2,000
An effort to organize a youth
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PAGE FOUR > k y> is t fhrki&r FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. 1941 fflfifil < WITPLANT AND MAIN 2 1 S. W. SECOND MIAMI P. 0 BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE FLORIDA FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Edit r Eatered cs second class nc::;: ].:.; 4, 1930 al the Pcs: OMice of Miami Florida, under the Art c: March 3, .c79 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SJX MONTHS $: oo THE V. M. H. A. NOTES Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS J. BIRON) Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade of Stars Monday. February 3, 8 o'Clock Show. Complete Story and Details on Front Page. Make Reservations Now! NEWS TO YOU Om San Francisco readers will be interested to know that CartoBaS the new Consul-General Mussolini has sent to their SrnofSy comes of a good Nazi family on his mother s side ~d s a good friend of Captain Fntz Wiedemann Nazi ConsulGe^etal but has an impressive Fascist record in his own right HTW Consul-General al Barcelona when the Spanish cm war broke out and later became the first special envoy of I-a'v To General Franco Infers insist that General Werner von aomberg. who hadn't been seeing eye to eye with Hitler on the European campaign, is in the Argentine incognito The Oversef Service and Trading CorporaUon of 198 Broadway New York, is campaigning for business It sends food ncckcces to all parts of Germany from its headquarters in Jugoslavia We wonder whether the corporation s assurance that these packages actually reach the non-Aryan addresses means team was again victorio anyt hinc? Some organization should look into the matter, they played the Graham Dairy i last week's issue ot I team on Sunday list at the Y. M THE NEW JEW ETnoture. and undoubtedly confusing the % %  "^ i !" J* !" *H A. Athletic field h & N *£& Z^tttt£££?Z of ? h I ~ S ned ^rmrJh; column m PM New York's^ernoon tabloid. M ami (57) FG FT Hecht contends that by setting themselves apart as a chosen 3 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY TANVAP.Y :1 1541 VOLUME 14 DUMBER 5 PROPAGANDA Observations are prompted by me two advertisements cp' The Jewish F.ondian. conflicting TO OPEN FORUM GROUP Adult Forum I I pen ." ssions an W .r.g. February a I i Shapii gin a ussions or. Ji and Rituals. Ev< rj ..inviti i ATHLETICS The Y M. H A. basketball itic attitude, w — the other a defense by him as to ms genera! policies. One of the modern memoes of war. and seemingly effecttve. Wemtraub f is Propaganda, affecting vitally the lives of millions for generaSchafler f _. 1 tions to come. Proof of this is not only the steady success of, Spectorman f .4 Hitler as he extends his sphere c: influence throughout Europe. Lacko A llz t 3 but what is even more important to us m America the en0 rnstein. f 1 croachments which his firm column agents have made in our Gehnnger f 0 own midst. If our democratic way o! life is to exist, what "• Lubel, c 2 need is not alone military de-r.se but intellectual and emotional Traung c 0 preparation against being influenced by the wrong kind of proCalsfcr g 3 pag'anda. The problem is cr.e of educating the man on the RosonthaL g street to an understanding oi me common propaganda techSakowitZ] g niques employed to mold the public mind. Timer, g Quoting from the Jewish Spectator of New York: In report Kasselman> g presented before the annual meeting of the American ewish Sch .. vam g Committee, Judge Horace S. Stern emphasized that anti-Jewish agitation perceptibly declined in this country during the past Tota]s 27 year and that the influence of anti-Semitic organizations is def-, Graham Dairy (37 FG initely waning among those sections of the population which Boydi f 7 had formerly listened to the mouthings or read the scnbblings. Crjm f % of mischief-making rabble rousers and misguided fanaticism. j Liddell c x Although American anti-Semitism is declining, it still pre-, Fow]er c 0 sents a menace not only to the Jewish community but also to the j Ml „ er G 0 cause of national unity, which is our first and chief weapon in ; Simler 0 these critical times. There is now. however, good cause to anj pacc fi ticipate the further discrediting and consequent decline of all j un-Amerian and undemocratic gospels of hatred. In inverse ratio to the decreasing influence on anti-Semitism, certain "friends of the Jews." with an axe of their own to grind. are redoubling their efforts in "exposing" anti-Semites and antiSemitic business concerns. No intelligent Jew will be misled by attempts of making capital out of "revelations," which cause feelings of antagonism towards the Jews instead of helping their cause. As far as these "friends" are concerned, it is easier for American Jewry to deal effectively with its enemies than guard itself against the harm done by the solicitous concern and affection of its "friends." i'l Totals Referee. Art Baida. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday. February 3, 3:00 p m tap and ballet dancing class; 8:00 p. m.. Cavalcade of Stars. Plaza Theatre. Tuesday. February 4. 8:00 p. m.. A. Z. A. meeting; 8:00 p. nv. Girl Scout meeting; 8:30 p. rr... women's calisthenics class. Wednesday, February 5. 2:00 p. 0 people the Nazis are preparing themselves a future in which 0 the German "will slink about in ghettoes. furtive-eyed toward 0 the world, cringing before the stares of his fellows and sustcdn0 ; ing himself with a mystic tribal exaltation behind the locked 0 doors of his holy Bund meetings" Personally, however, we 0 don't quite care for the parallel ... It seems to us that what 1 ; really happened is that Hitler and his advisers put such a bad 0 scare into themselves with the mythical "Protocols of the Eld0 ers of Zion" that they are now acting in accordance with some 0 I not so mythial "Protocols of the Elders of Munich" worked out 0 | along the same lines Reverting to PM; Did you know that 0 Amos Landman, whose byline appears in that paper from time. 2 is the son of Brooklyn's Rabbi Isaac Landman? THE OLD JEW If you are interested in how Jews were educated in antiquity be sure to get Dr. Nathan Drazin's new volume, "History of : Jewish Education: From 515 B. C. E. to 220 C. E.," published by the Johns Hopkins Press Dr Drazin is the rabbi of Baltimore's Congregation Shaarei Tfiloh The thirty Jews among the troops that have gone to the new U. S. base in Newfoundland. are well taken care of spiritually as well as otherwise, thanks to the thirty siddurim the Jewish Welfrae Board provided for %  them The Jewish community of Brantford, Ont., is mourning three of its young men. three chums who joined up with the Canadian fighting forces but died while still in training They were Private Murray Cohen, who died in a Toronto hospital in November; Henry Levy, who died in a Royal Canadian Air Force crash in December; and David R. Axler, who was killed in an RCAF crash this month. 3 FT 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 10:30 a. m Class; 8:30 Red Cross First Aid p. rr... adult forum MERIT Appealing to the community as loyal Americans and Jews m.. class in interior decorating; the Y. M. H. A. pleads for support of their annual Cavalcade of Stars. Remarkable progress has been made by the organization the past few years and additional and much revenue is group, needed to enable it to continue its youth and character building projects. Lack of support will soon put the organization in a spot where it will not be able to progress. Thursday, February 6. 3 00 p. m., tap and ballet dancing class; 8:15 p. m.. basketball gam' and dance; 8:00 p. m. Boy Scout meeting. Friday. February 7. 3:00 p. ir... class in man jongg. Fred Harris, national commander ot the Jewisn War Veterans, is greeted by Baron do Hirsch Meyer, president, Miami Beach Federal Savings & Loan Association, at a reception given for Harris Sunday night by the Freda Markowitz post and Auxiliary at the Blackstono Hotel, Miami Beach. Left to right are J. William Baros, post commander; Mrs. Harry Shapiro, president of the Auxiliary; Harris; Harry H. Farr, national vice commander; Meyer, who represented Gov. Spessard L. Holland, and Nat Roth, state commander. REFUGEES EVICTED BY NAZIS MAY BE RESCUED New York(WNS)—Some of the refugees who were evicted from their homes in Western Germany last November and transported to a concentration camp in unoccupied France may have a chance of being rescued through emigration to countries overseas if legal and material aid is made available to them. Approximately 13.000 persons, of whom 7.000 are Jewish men, women and children who were forcibly ejected from West German communities, are now inmates at Camp de Gurs. No mass release is contemplated by the French authorities of those in the Camp. Release from Camp de Gurs is a possibility only in the case of those internees who are able to immigrate overseas, the reports said. THE ERETZ ISRAELITE Strange, unbelievable and illogical as it may be. the Palestine administration is behaving in an ugly manner indeed toward the inhabitants of the Jewish homeland There seems to be a great discrepancy between the supposedly pro-Zionist views of Churchill and the High Commissioner's zeal in carrying out the letter of Malcolm MacDonald's treacherous policy. And yet Jewish Palestine is of tremendous help to Britain's expeditionary forces in the Near East More than 8.000 Pales tinian Jews are fighting with them in Lybia and Greece ... Besides. Jewish ingenuity in Palestine is establishing new and vital war industries there ... An epic story could be told about how a German Jewish refugee in Haifa, because of his experience in the optical industry, was able to organize for the British the all-important manufacture of optical instruments in the Near East for war purposes ... His name is Goldberg, and he is one of those who was almost deported by the overzealous Palestine administration Does Churchill silently consent to the disgraceful British attitude in Palestine, or is he ignorant of it? Something is wrong somewhere. WEEKLY GIGGLE From London, via short wave, comes the story of the housepainter s establishment in the Jewish district which, after being pretty thoroughly demolished by a Nazi bomb, sported a neatly painted sign reading: "Professional Jealousy" !T The Rumanians says the Christian Science Monitor, feel themselves to be mnnl ?! M mem vf S ?' ,' he ** • • %  We hav bread like GerTnllc ,1 I 1 5 hk Italy f' revoluti ns like Spain's, and earthSi !" ?,? JapQn S ,hey lament Isn '' manrelous how our SZ wT u, mee \ our ending needs for expression. TarZ-! aer ,,T he11 helps ,hat development along? Crackotriots is his latest contribution. MORE SERIOUS ^SS^SrLiSf h te i reCenUy broke out in a rcuh of ad2T !" w =lnmg that lt wanled onJ re8tricted cU a .Sd^SJn ?r,h What ,ha meanS • • • And business took such !" tu ^ ,or ^ worse


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PAGE EIGHT vjewist norldiar FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. ig 41 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) from 12 to 14 meets Wednesday at 8 p. m. A. Z. A. The A. Z. A., junior B'nai B'rith.. meets each Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Beach Mizrachi The regular monthly meeting of tinmen's and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi was held last Saturday night at the Beth Jacob synagogue. Mrs. A. D. Burak, national Mizrachi JNF chairman, was guest speaker Cantor Maurice The ADL of Bnai Brith by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE About two years ago, the antij headquarters of the Anti-Dcfamdefamation committee of Sholem lation League that due to vigilance Lodge was concerned with the situation in Cuba as it affected the Jewish group. An active anti-Semitic campaign was under way. which might have had serious repercussions in this area because of geographical proximity. Coupled with this in the Mamches public mind was the memory of sang. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff acted as chairman. Refreshments were served aft r the meeting. A package party was held at which the Mizrachi president, Mr. Harry Wasserman, served as professional auctioneer. A number of new members were made. A special meeting of the women's division was held Tuesday i vening. Mrs. A. D. Burak spoke on organizational problems. Plans for future events were discussed. A meeting of the Vaad L'Chizuk Hadaas was held Tuesday night. After a lengthy discussion it was resolved that a new organization, to be known as the "Daughters of Israel," be organized. The purpose of this organization will be to establish and maintain a "ritual pool." Cantor Mamches is chairman of this committee. Dr. Revel Memorial A large audience gathered at Beth Jacob synagogue Sunday night to do honor to the memory of the late great Rabbi Dr. Bernard Revel, dean of the Yeshiva College. the St. Louis incident in which a r< fugee .--hip carrying many Jewish immigrants was turned away from Cuban shores. It therefore is highly gratifying to learn through a confidential bulletin from the national WOMENS DIVISION AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS • Mrs. S. H. Lutsky Freed also eulogized the departed leader of Israel. Cantors Louis Kantoroff and Maurice Mamches recited appropriate prayers. Synagogue Wedding Mr. Edwin Finsilver and Miss Blanche Lebowitz were married Thursday evening at Beth Jacob synagogue by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff with the assistance of Cantor Maurice Mamches. Sisterhood Meets The Beth Jacob Sisterhood of Miami Beach will conduct its monthly meeting this Monday at 3:00 p. m. at the synagogue. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak during the cultural program. Sisterhood Bridge The annual bridge party of the Beth Jacob Sisterhood will be held at the Floridian Hotel Monday afternoon, February 17th. Rabbi A. D. Burak was the I This will be the outstanding afprincipal speaker. Rabbi Moses fair of the season. Tickets are Mescheloff and Rabbi Meyer already on sale. KOSHER BAKED BEANS The Whole Family Will Enjoy! the Cuban people's desire for fair play, and an effective antidefamation program, today then exists no serious anti-Semitic problem in Cuba. The efforts ol Nazi and Fascist agents have been thwarted, for according to Rabbi Meir Lasker. ADL leadi r in Cuba. "Colonel Fugencio Batista, president of Cuba, has spoken up clearly and sharply in opposition to racial antagonism in Cuba. He has conferred with leaders of the Jewish community and Cuban officials are doing all possible to discourage anti-Semitism." The background of what trailspiri d in Cuba is interesting especially because it illustrates the genesis and motivation of many ither similar subversive movements directed against the Jews, The spearhead in the anti-Semitic drive was a former clerk who acquired a controlling interest in a radio station. He attempted to solicit money from the Cuban Jews, supposedly for the defense of their rights. When he found that he could not fill his coffers in this way, he began to engage in a campaign of villifying the Jewish people. In this he was supported by a Cuban penny newspaper which printed the discredited Talmudic forgeries and an entire series of canards from the German propaganda ministry. The ADL. after giving its counsel and advice to the Jewish community in Cuba, also supplied materials to refute these falsehoods. A number of newspapers : ope ned their columns to the writings of a spcial anti-defamation committee and an outstanding I Cuban periodical published its reply to the old charges about! '77,,:*" [the Talmud, which then was' j mailed to everyone of any im, portance in Cuban life. The attitude of most Cuban newspapers today coincides with that manifested by the president of the Cuban press when he said: "Cuba gave the blood of her best sons to fight against all forms of tyranny. Marti, the hero saint of Cuba, fought with pen and sword for democratic principles, and the Cuban press will follow the path hud down by him." During the year 1940 the Congress Houses which are maintained by the Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress, served to refugees 108.547 meals and sheltered 1.1H refugees from the persecution and suffering inflicted upon them in their native land I. Recently eighl individuals at ;i small dinner meeting called by r s v.. i contribul I .. o towards the purchase ol mobile field kitchens fur Great Britain. The fust meeting of the continuations committee to organize a Jewish M ction of the inter faith committee t" aid tin di mocracies reci ntly :>iok place in New York The committee considered the manner in which nationwide Jewish cooperation might be brought about to secure a fleet of mobile field kitchens to be contributed to Great Britain. It is hoped t" secure 200 of these kitchens, each of which feeds 500 people and costs $2,000 An effort to organize a youth division of the American Jewish Congress was launched recently in New York City. The organization of a youth section of the American Jewish Congress was made necessary following the disbanding of the existing youth groups last June, when it was discovered that their leadership was pursuing a course contrary to the policy and the program of the American Jewish Congress, and in the opinion of the governing council of the American Jewish Congress, disloyal to the interests of the Jewish people. The Miami chapter of the Woman's Division of the American Jewish Congress recently held a luncheon which was attended by 175 women at Ruby Foo's Chinese Restaurant. The proceeds affair will be given to the British War Relief Society through the national office. 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"1 •• Jm i if fkrkMar FRI DAY. JANUARY 31, 194 1 New If elected officers of the Sierra Phi Kappa Sorority are Ruth Courtman. president; Betsy P.' % %  •*• president: rs treasurer. Barsecretary. Banc p %  ar.t-at-arrr.s. Bev.;.;.; Annette r • Mrs. Fannie ELorbr. nal NatM nal Horr.e Jewit The •.b. c \: • :;.-.-.%  i: fn< r lially im it< I *"-... %  : h£ft Miss Shirley Seitlin. daughter of Graduation exercises .... tab Mn Jean Seitlin, Coconut Grove. :.,.. a t the Grossman Private wiU be graduated from Miarr.i L41S S '•'•' 5-.r. St. Friday Senior H:g.-. School Friday. Jar.Ma '*••Janata I. at 10 a ;: Children nary II Miss Seitlin a vaiedic. 2,.:;. Cl I rial) : :r, 1941 graduate • • • i. -. • Mn M Mi let when B %  = —; : Miami's Newes=_i Mi-sHmmMr %  CM Chi 2-rd ?.-.ad LOST LAKE CLUB >_=;*:*=• tc Trsyica: ?*--* Pice 7ra_x • 'a.erur • • • L_i Mrs A r.-i;-: Zelda irol c.ass. nan. David Jaci Howard *.* Marfarlane Barbara Pallet JaRabbi Jacob L *>"•**•*• %  *• R tfort, Bernard Beskind r ir execntiw of Union of Orthodox Rabbis and Mizrachi. is viatini at Miami Beach. • • t ~ Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Browd :' New Miami Each for th< :a;: five winters celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a party • thi u hon r at the Ast r Hotel in N~v. ": tr.-c City. Mr Br .. ...-----" -": '*'^s:zr. Cr.r_i_; :.^ visaed ace ffrE": %  Krassa ...:-:%  -i.-. the S:-t.--~W 3oidbes| v '• %  =" ^ -' = %  %  %  —--—.___.--.--_-_.*—= -..-.. no ther and daughter with s *', X= ^. ^ 5 r^ ff | h|fr r lM -,-.7 --'_-''[ %  %  % %  %  __es*r Kffctiy Alma and Roland WANTED STROLLER and PLAYPEN Gall 3-7377 Jewish Weliare Bureau A %  %  Dnve .%  : part) if .•" Oscar Rappapcrt %  :. McConnell and Moore w --< B : -.t Z.:V-.:-.-;. 5 f Sfcarr.: L __ L'J rule,'" %  '-Mask Afre.:sa:sr — SpecialtM) : • 1: ii Wcrk S*TV S-^ifeS uppers ;.r Fi=;us Mrs. M Rct^c^d. a-: Mi J. %  %  Jj 7osepr 1 repper Mr 5 N .-:: %  V ---. Earlj An •he Sc-e: Mcderj-e C.=.*e Sisters Stiircdef s _COCXTAIL BAR ?T"ur=l Tr;-^c=_ Ser"-Bpartaui Qreaadb A= = .e ?rr.^5 Spi:e No C-;T5r Cr-tTje Estr.er Blar.ii ?;._.! ? ?.:.-.,:-..; 143 S W 1( L4'_A C-J Thej reman: : r wili %  --%  %  en• • • mg : : 1: 7=-_= —' Srand 1 p. %  srrc'-s SJ: Spitrres : %  %  •--.' ...-ectjoc cf A. E ----,. F :ruary i:1 take p.ace Sunsa %  %  Mr Al \i • • • 1 itaaci *^: = S-;T. Mr. tad Mr*. Joseph v = r : .%  H '-' "•• ar ^>er -;_ ; "ant A ; "%  ;; y rit %  %  — V ?-•. for 1 — %  %  • .. _.i • MADAME FANNIE ROSE Weil-Known Jewish Artress wniiAM SCHWARTZ Moily Pi;or.'s Leading Mar. 4-Act Stage Play •YIDDISHE SHIKSEE SUN., FEB. 2ND TEMPLE THEATRE 471 N. W. Third Street PRICES 50c 75c SI. 00 MLS/I l\U SOOVENIRS Gins v w. :w ii. %  ink .v. IT** tit w. rWw • X. W. V.W Atrn >r* •M J L U. to I ft DNEOF PLDRIDAS hltfanihna QU\ai fions NOLLEMAN'S GRILL The Food The Service The Price— Incomparable" Dinners From .... 50c Breakfast Luncheon Dinner 14th Street at Washington MIAMI BEACH : :..-. THE SHI F TELEPHONE 4-40 • • • THE SHELBY SALESROOM CO Mrs.Mar., ?:, Z PETER d ; M : ? M, 2 .T f New York are -PHABB hag a month i '• • PRODUCTJO-V Rappaport Mn P Es 4S0 LA LI TV WTH ANYONE ELSE .,: was -.%  %  and Mn Warsaw by her laughter 5.Dorotf Grd • See: a DRY SKIN MIXTURE, REG. S2.25 Once a year bale! Dorothy Gray 5 finest preparation designed especially ior dry skins and especially Beneficial to skins exposed to trcpical sunlight $-1.00 1 .PTK.Ky:.iy ROMANTIC STAR OF STAGE AND SCREEN or,s s. 5 e tomeu tui^ h fWn '>T^ 4^1 ^ SuCCess of ^t Yexxr SUNDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 10 "**> %  Evenings. SI 10. $165. $2 20 $2 75 Sunday Matmee: 155. $ 83. pfiVg vfac ^ appear^g pers...-. ••Jchn Crave;m ?.-: Year" --y runs tr_-i.gr. S.r.4 y .-. .-• Feoruarj2. Curu^: Evening at Nme-Matmee at Three Gant Gaither Theatre >"0 Alton Road. Miami sJch TICKET OFFICES Coral C^K? mi: c Burdlnes Travel Bureau Ho b ^oS n i-• 2 6 P nCe de ^ n Blvd.



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4 wJewiislh Florid!tin w Co 6 w G Yffite JiBwiislh HJinuty /# VOLUME 14—No. 5 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS DELEGATES FROM MEET IN ATLANTA Atlanta (WNS)—Delegates from local federations, welfare funds and community councils throughout the country will gather in Atlanta to consider problems facing local Jewish community organizations in 1941 at the eighth annual General Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds which begins its three-day deliberations in Biltmore Hotel in this city Saturday evening, Feb. 1st. Foremost among the questions before them, as elected representatives of the Council's member agencies which number 203 community organizations in 167 cities in the United States and Canada, will be the need for raising large sums to meet overseas and refugee needs and for distributing the fund equitably among the various agencies making appeals to the local communities. The delegates will consider a proposal made by Sidney Hollander of Baltimore, president of the Council, following the dissolution of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugee and Overseas Needs, that the Council set up a factfinding body to guide local communities in their budgeting for non-local agencies in 1941. The purpose of this arrangement, he said, would be to avoid the chaos and confusion "that may result from the seperate campaigns being conducted by the former beneficiaries of the UJA—the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and National Refugee Service." Another major topic on the Assembly's agenda will be a discussion of the part local community agencies and welfare organizations should play in the national defense program. Opening session of the Assembly and part of a subsequent business session will be devoted to a review of the adjustment of local programs to current national defense needs. A first-hand account of the condition of Jewry overseas will be presented by Morris C. Troper, European chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, at a meeting held on Monday, Feb. 3, in conjunction with the welfare fund conference. Mr. Troper has just arrived from his European post to report <>n the needs for relief, rehabilitation and emigration in connection with the J. D. C. 1941 campaign for funds. SECOND IN MEMORIAL MEETINGS HONORING EDUCATOR TO BE HELD Second in a series of Memorial meetings honoring the late, revered, and internationally known scholar, Dr. Bernard Revel, founder and president, of the Yeshiva College, will be held at the Miami Orthodox Synagogue Sunday evening, Feb. 2 at 7:30. presided over by-Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner who will address the audience briefly in behalf of the Miami Orthodox Community, Rabbi Aaron D. Burack, member of the Yeshiva faculty and vice president of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of America, will deliver the principal Memorial address. Also on the program are Rabbi Meyer Freed of the Yeshiva Administration, Dr. David Andron, former student of Dr. Revel, and Mr. Ephraim Kaplan, noted Jewish pubicist and president of the Yeshiva Synagogue Council of America. Cantor Samuel Kantoroff will make the Hazkorah and sing several appropriate selections. Dr. Revel came to the Yeshiva College twenty-five years ago and built the institution from a small and insignificant position to one of high scholastic standing and recognized the world over. At present the school has over 600 students and a budget of $217.000 annually. Rabbi Revel' was one of the first to advocate what American Jewry can and must become not only a reservoir of financial aid to our brothers but must also take its place as a center of learning. KILL MANY JEWS TO ESTABLISH HOME London (WNS)—A number of prominent refugee doctors, welfare workers and psychoanalysts, headed by Anna Freud, daughter of the late Dr. Sigmund Freud, announced the establishment of a home here for children suffering mentally and physically from air raids. RECENT POGROM Budapest (WNS)—At least 700 Jews were killed and 2,000 wounded during the five-day pogrom in Rumania, according to newspaper men returning here from Bucharest. Thousands of other Jews were injured slightly but failed to report their injuries, fearing severe punishment. While Nazi tanks and armored cars patrolled the streets of Bucharest, the terror-stricken Jews buried their dead and rummaged through the ruins of their homes to salvage what they could. The Jewish quarter of the nation's capital was reduced to a smoking shambles. It was learned that at the height of the Iron Guard pogrom several hundred Jews found shelter in the American consulate. Soviet authorities at Soviet-occupied Bessarabia were reported to have admitted temporarily 1.200 Jews. Many Jews were killed when they tried to cross into Hungary and Yugoslavia. Scores of Jews in Constanta, attempting to flee in small boats, were shot down by machine guns. Reports from the provinces said that many Jews barricaded themselves in their homes but were driven out by incendiary bombs. Jews besieged the city's morgues and hospitals searching for close relatives. The mutilated bodies of Jewish men and women were still lying in the fields. It was learned that the insurgent Iron Guardists released hundreds of incorrigible criminals from prisons to enlist their aid in the fearful massacre of helpless Jews. FORMER MAYOR OF PRUSSIAN SENATE TO MAKE ADDRESS HERE "Democracy and the Fate of' Germany" will be the subject of! Max Brauer, former mayor of Altona, Germany and member of the Prussian Senate, when he addresses the Miami Community Forum at Temple Israel Feb. 4, at 8 p. m. As administrator, educator, and public servant in Germany and having been an eye witness abroad, a frank and interesting lecture is anticipated, from the reports of those who have previously heard the speaker. Mr. Brauer stated, "With nations increasingly dependent upon one another, the fate of Germany is a world concern." Likewise, the effects of Naziism upon demacracy concerns all liberty loving people." This is another of a series of lectures sponsored by the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel and ihe Unitarian Church. Tickets may be obtained for either the lecture or the balance of the series at the Temple on the evening of the lectures. ALLOW REFUGEES ENTER PALESTINE UNHEALTHY RISE OF SHARES ALARMS ITALY Rome (WNS)—Alarmed at what he described "the unhealthy rise of many industrial shares." Virginio Gayda, authoritative Fascist editor and spokesman, demanded in the Giornole d'ltalia that measures be taken to prevent "Jewish stock exchange manipulators" from influencing the market. "The competent authorities will not fail to investigate the abnormal phenomenon and discover those responsible for it," he said. "There are some who suppose that the usual groups of Jewish stock exchange manipulators, have had a hand in it. The State has made an inventory and limited the real property of these groups. ." Cavalcade of Stars, Y. M. h. A Production, to Feature Celebrities at Plaza Theatre Feb. 3 JEWISH PROPERTY TAKEN Lisbon (WNS)—The Nazi Slovakian government has confiscated Jewish property and possessions valued at 331,000,000 kronen since the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia. Harry Richman Nick Kenny, New Amassing a galaxy of stars of screen, stage, and radio that has seldom been equalled, the Young Men's Hebrew Association will present their Cavalcade of Stars at an 8 o'clock performance, Monday evening, February 3 at the Plaza Theatre, Biscayne St. at Collins Avenue, Miami Beach York Mirror radio editor and popular song writer, will again sponsor the benefit performance. With "a great show—a greater cause"—as their slogan, the Cavalcade committee with Herman Waitsmon and Leo Robinson, co-chairmen, assisted by Maurice Grossman, executive director, and Al Berkowitz, Fred Shochet, Nat Blumberg, PQte Silverman, Lou Safan have Secured the services of America's favorite comedian, Milton Berle, to M. C. the show. Heading the list of entertainment will be the complete show of the Colonial Inn through the courtesy of Ben Marden and will feature Sophie Tucker, Harry Richman, Joe E. Lewis and Paul Whiteman. Leading night clubs bopnie lucicer in the area have volunteered their services in presenting (heir headline acts and to date Cross and Dunn. Deal Arnaz. Terry Lawlor, Hildegarde. Slapsie Maxie. Benny Davis, and a host of other outstanding celebrities in the entertainment field will be on hand. ^•wu Starting six years ago. the Cavalcade has been an annual event enabling the Y. M. H. A. to continue its work serving the community as a character building organization for youth and a center for adults. Sponsoring educational classes, featuring lectures and forums, staging a complete athletic program, and having a Home Camp, ranking as one of the best in the country during the summer, are among the activities receiving benefit from the Cavalcade proceeds. Reservations can be made by phoning the Y. H. M. A., 3-4012, or the theatre, 5-2302. The benefit is approved and sanctioned by the Theater Authority, national organization representing the entertainers. Tickets are priced at $2, $3, $5, and $10. faul wniteman London (WNS)—The Polish Government-in-exile has submitted an official memorandum to the British Government, urging that Polish refugees now scattered throughout Europe, be permitted to enter Palestine, it was learned. The memorandum pointed out that many of the Polish Jewish refugees are in Rumania and Hungary where increasingly violent anti-Semitism has jeopardized their existence, The note was sent while London newspapers were reporting that hundreds of Jews were being massacred in Rumania. The note urged the British Government to give the matter immediate consideration since the situation in which the Jewish refugees find themselves has become very critical. It was also learned that a number of Polish Jewish journalists, who recently arrived in Palestine, received financial assistance from the exiled Polish Government. At the same time it was announced that the Agudath Isreal has protested to the British Home Office against the discrimination against orthodox Jews interned in Canada. The Agudath Isrca! charged that the deputy director of internment operations in Ottawa issued an order stating that internees must do compulsory labor six days weekly, with Sunday the only rest day. Jews who refuse to work on Saturdays will be punished, the order said. The Agudath Isreal characterized the order as "contrary both to international convention and public opinion, and above all to the spiritual issues of war." Meanwhile, the Daily Telegraph reported that the 8,000 Jewish anti-Nazi refugees, still interned at various camps, in England, will shortly be released. The announcement was greeted wtih enthusiasm in Jewish circles which ha*'e been campaigning for the release of all Jewish refugees. BELGIUM JEWS SENT TO CAMPS BY GERMANS Stockholm (WNS)—More than 40.000 Jews, virtually the entire Jewish population of West and East Flanders and the city of Antwerp in Nazi-occupied Belgium have been rounded up by Nazi Gestapo agents and sent to conconcentration camps at Hasselt. Before the mass seizures, Gestapo agents visited all Jewish homes and warned Jews to be ready to leave at a few hours' notice. The Gestapo ordered the Jews, who are held to be "obvious enemies of the Axis," from areas where the Flemish nationalist movement is strongest.



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1941 +Jewisti ftcridMajn PAGE SEVEN RIDE 'EM COWBOY! NEW LOST LAKE CLUB OPENS TUESDAY NIGHT WUd steer riding is considered a short way to suicide. Cowboys take their lives in their hands. Brahma steers,wildest of the bovine species, will be used exclusively. They are brought here from West Texas. This event will be among the many of the huge Larry Sunbrock European Circus, Rodeo and Thrill Show, at the Orange Bowl, starting February 2nd to 9th inclusive. NICK KENNY'S CAVALCADE *OF STARS-K PLAZA THEATRE MIAMI BEACH EIGHT O'CLOCK SHOW Benefit of y. M. H. A. Presenting A HOST OF FAMOUS STAGE. SCREEN AND RADIO STARS IN A PERSONAL APPEARNCE Featuring, Through the Courtesy of Ben Marden from the Colonial Inn SOPHIE TUCKER JOE E. LEWIS HARRY RICHMAN PAUL WHITEMAN MILTON BERLE Master of Ceremonies AND CROSS and DUNN TERRY LAWLER HILDEGARDE DESI ARNAZ SLAPSIE MAXIE BENNY DAVIS TICKETS ON SALE AT Y. M. H. A. HEADQUARTERS—PHONE 34012 PLAZA THEATRE—PHONE 5-2302 Hailed as Miami's "newest and most romantic night club," the rejuvenated Lost Lake Club had its formal opening Tuesday night. Packed to capacity, the crowd witnessed one of the biggest and most diversified vaudeville proi grams ever presented on a Miami night club floor. Presented under the able directorship of Chester Alexander, the floor show boasted sterling entertainers as Alma and Roland, one of the finest and fastest dancing acts appearing throughout the country; McConnell and Moore, a comedy juggling duo who appeared all last summer in Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe, and the Claire Sisters, a comely pair of versatile young ladies who closed their season with the Ringling Circus. Bobby Jones, a well-known comedy star, has the post of Master of Ceremonies and does his work in a smooth manner that elicited a laugh a second. Bobby is a recent addition to the array of star talent now in the Miami area coming here direct from the Cinema City. Danny Schrader's Orchestra played for the show and the dancing. Their rhythmic dance tuness are a treat to those who like to dance. The Lost Lake Club has taken on a new lease on life, and from all indications should prove a huge success. With the popular Chester Alexander at the helm, great things are expected under the new regime. Moderate prices prevail throughout and the cuisine is under the supervision of two well-known chefs. The floor shows will be presented every night at 10, 12, and 2 a. m., and many novel features are being planned for the coming week. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organizations in Greater Miami, depends for its success upon the continued co-operation of every aroup in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. HHTII JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week In the year and Sumluv SeHsioiiH begin Sunday morning. October 20, liHO, ending Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941. EVERT MONDAY EVEN1NO—Y. W. II. A. liOwllng gainea. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY of each mouth, regular meeting of Ladle* Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans and alao Freda Murkowitz Port. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress EVERY TUESDAY MORNING—Temple lerael Sisterhood Sewing Clauses benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting, 8:00 p. m. at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem I.'MII;,' B'nal B'rlth. FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Home FEBRUARY 2—Young Judea of Beth Jacob Congregation picnic. 3—Y. M. H. A. Cavalcade of Stars. 8. p. m., Plaza Theatre, Miami Beach. 4—Miami Community Forum, Temple Israel. 9—Dedication of buildings and grounds, including laying of cornerstone of new laboratory of National Children's Cardiac Home. 12—Natl. Council Jewish Women, Miami Section, Musical Review, Flamingo Park, 8 p. m. 14—Joint lecture Workmen's Circle and English Speaking Group, Beth David Talmud Torah. 16—M. J. O. C. Synagogue dedication. 16—Lecture sponsored by Workmen's Circle, Beth David Talmud Torah. 16—Beth David Sisterhood preMANY JEWS TAKEN BY ITALIAN POLICE Belgrade (WNS)—While Europe seethed with reports that Nazi Army troops suppressed street rioting in Milan and other cities in northern Italy, it was reliably reported that scores of Jews have been taken into custody by Italian police. Italian police officials charged the Jews with the dissemination of propoganda attacking the Nazi —Italian pact. The same report stated that the Nazi Gestapo has advised Italian authorities to compel all Jews in Sicily and Sardinia to move to other cities. The reason for the deportation was not made clear. Though Italian quarters were quick to deny reports of internal unrest, newspapermen returning from Italy have reported growing tension since the Italian reverses in Libya and Greece. GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For DailyairDeliveriee Call 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue Visitor* Welcome •for Jewish Children, Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroomn. EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Kats, Kapyan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Veatry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B'nal B'rlth bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m. EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY evenings, S:15 o'clock, Y. M. H. A. Basketball and Dance EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotfaon's home. 1061 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach. Purim Ball, Miami Civic Center 17—Beth Jacob Sisterhood, mah jongg and card party, Floridian Hotel, 1:30 p. m. 18—Beth Jacob Sisterhood affair. 19—Miami Community Forum, Temple Israel. 19—Brotherhood Week Celebration, Y. M. H. A. 23—10th Annual Concert, Beth David Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. 24—Jewish Welfare Bureau, Night of Stars, Olympia Theatre. 25—Ladies Auxiliary M. J. O. C. pre-Purim Ball, Miami Women's Club. 25—Sophie Tucker luncheon, at Terrace Restaurant, benefit National Children's Cardiac Home. MARCH 5—Miami Community Forum, Temple Israel. 5—Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A. 23—Bazaar at Y. M. H. A. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Dclicioug Corned Beef Pickled. 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PAGE SIX *Jewisl>ncrA0ar FRIDAY, JANUARY 31. 1941 The life of a columnist is a great one. Never before did I no around with a notebook in my pocket hoping, most times in vain, that someone would be able to give me news of interest to the readers of this column. Without any meetings to furnish inspiration, and with the editor giving me a mandate to eliminate anything of a gossipy nature. well Last Wednesday evening at the Miami Recreation Center, some 20 enthusiastic B"nai B'rith bowlers received keys. cups, and other awards for participation and honors attained in the recent B'nai B'rith bowling tournament. Marty Milstein is to be commended for the way he handled the 16 weeks tourney Another is about to begin. Teams will be selected this Wednesday, so come out. Mixed teams will also be formed so bring your wives, sisters, or sweethearts. Games will be played every Wednsday night. Brother John Kronenfeld. that a new system of bookkeeping is being installed which will facilitate and expedite recording of dues. etc. Speaking of dues, same are now payable and in order. Mail your check to the B'nai Brith office, "22 Seybold Bldg. As this paper goes to press our degree team is initiating some thirty men in Ft. Lauderdale drawn from applicants in Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach Judge George Tedder is scheduled to be guest speaker. Our degree team is composed of Brothers Abe Aronovitz, Edward Roth. Louis Heiman. Bernard Spec-tor. Burnett Roth, and Ernest Sussman. The cifficcrs and board members of the Auxiliary recently met at the home of Mrs. Ida Optner. An interesting meeting was held and details will be shortly forthcoming. Committee chairmen will be appointed at the next meeting. Mrs. Sadye Rose will be guest speaker at the next meeting of the Auxilthe new manager, is working on plans for tri-city competition be, lary. tween the B'nai B'rith keglers of Brother Jake Brown, one of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale. and West our real old timers and pioneers. Palm Beach. Chairmen of all committees are urged to send me announcements of committee meetings and | Brown lives at 944 N. their results. This Sunday. FebStreet. has been ill. It would be greatly appreciated if the brothers dropped in to see him. Brother W. 2nd ruary 2 at 10:30 a. m., in the office of President Abe Aronovitz in the Seybold Building, there At the request of the boys, A. Z. A. items will appear in this column following the B'nai B'rith STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) will be held the Jirst meeting of news. Incidentally, a splendid the year of the officers and comB'nai B'rith-A. Z. A. committee mittee chairmen of Sholem meeting was held this week. As Lodge. Discussion will include j a result much greater assistance policies, programs, and budget i will be forthcoming in aiding the of the Lodge. I local chapters in putting on a The finance committee reports : tremendous Youth and Democj racy Rally in our community in the near future. A. Z. A. NEWS The Miami chapter of A. Z. A. held a special meeting Monday. January 21. to hold the election of officers for the coming year. After a very close vote in all the offices the following were elected: President. Fred Grossberg; vice president. Herbert Willensky; secretary, Alan Benjamin: treasurer. Frank Marks: publicity head. Meivin Green; religious head. Stanley Scher: sergeant-at-arms, Alvin Fri"dman; assistant sergeant-at-arms. Irwin Berger. After the election of these officers a few remarks by the advisors as to the splendid work that the old officers had done to better the chapter in many ways. Special compliments were given to Irving Ginsberg, who has done a splendid job as president of the fraternity for the past yi ai and a half. In the near future the chapter will present him with a P. A. G. pin which is given to presidents of our chapter We are now working in cooperation with the Royal Palm Chapter on the Youth and Democracy Rally which will be held in the near future. yard What amazes us is that in the local papers he is referred to as "Judge Rogers" ... Is it possible that such an individual graces a judicial bench anywhere? ABOUT PEOPLE We welcome to these shores Maxa Nordau. daughter of the famous philosopher and Zionist leader Miss Nordau arrived last week with her husband. Captain Greenblatt of the late French army, and her small daughter Her mother, Mme. Max Nordau, is still in France, but hopes to join her family here before long Miss Nordau. you ought to know, is not only a fine painter and an author, but an excellent lecturer—as those groups who heard her on her American visit of 15 years ago no doubt remember When the widow and son of the late Vladimir Jabotinsky get here, within the next few weeks. Zionists of all parties should pay them the highest tribute Biggest lecture sensation of the year is Pierre van Paassen. whose tour in California is setting an unprecedented attendance record Now it can be told that Meyer W. Weisgal has accepted the post of executive vice president of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League We ook forward to big doings on the part of the League, which the late Samuel Untermeyer founded as the first anti-Hitler boycott organization Nell Ziff, former Junior Hadassah president. who during the World's Fair was Weisgal's secretary, now is private social secretary to ZOA prexy Edmund Kaufman in Florida Congratulations and sympathy to Shalom Asch — congratulations for escaping alive from the fire which broke out in his Connecticut home (he was overcome by smoke and had to be revived with a pulmotor). and sympathy for the damage sustained by his house—$5.000 worth, which adds up to a lot of royalties. "I hate to leave Florida, but it's great, riding on the FLORIDA SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONED TO THE MIDWEST — Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1941 +Jewish Ik*ktton PAGE FIVE TEMPLE ISRAEL! 117 N. E. 19th UrMt Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. SMS Indian Creek Drive—6.1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HifleL Sabbath Eve Services Sabbath evening services, Friday evening, January 31, at 8:15 o'clock, Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on "Why Believe?" Sabbath Morning Services Sabbath morning services Saturday morning, Feb. 1st, at 11:00 o'clock. Congregational participation. Torah reading and interpretation of weekly Biblical portion, in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the confirmation class help to conduct the services. Parents and friends are cordially invited. Board to Meet Monday Instead of the usual meeting day. the board of directors of our Temple will meet on Monday. Feb. 3rd, 1941. Members of the board are urged to note the change on their weekly calendar, and to be present at the important February meeting, this Monday at 8:00 P. M. Sisterhood Birthday Party The Sisterhood of Temple Israel cordially invites you to its 18th birthday party to be celebrated on Monday, February 3rd. at 2:00 P. M., when it will present "A Challenge of Birthdays", a pageant of great Jewish women, who served as inspiration to mothers in Israel. Participating in the pageant will be Mrs. E. Max Goldstein, Mrs. Max Steuer, Mrs. Morris Plant. Mrs. Andrew Greenfield, Mrs. Helene W. Williams. Mrs. Sam Simonhoff. Mrs. Alvin Cassel, Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. Mrs. N. Doug Raff, Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. Program chairman, Mrs. Max Steuer presiding. No admission whatsoever! In Memoriam May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Rachel Kaufman, mother of Mrs. R. W. Apte; William Friedman, brother of Mr. Samuel S. Friedman; Rose Levy Simpson, wife of Mr. Julius Simpson; Iva Gelder. mother of Mrs. Hazel Reichenbach. Yahrzeits: Bedanah Joffe, mother of Mr. Isaac Joffe; Herman Aron, brother of Mr. Michael Aron and Mrs. Frances Brandwein; Henry M. Barg, husband of Mrs. Hazel Barg; David Hammer, grandfather of Mrs. A. M. Wise; Bernhard Wertheimcr, father of Mr. Adolph Wertheimer; Anna Bernstein, mother of Mr. Jack Bernstein; Leah Simons, mother of Mr. Harry V. Simons; Rebecca Woolf Bonwit, mother of Mr. Walter B. Bonwit; Herman M. Cohen, brother of Mr. Michael A. Cohen. The floral offering this week is presented in memory of Mr. Harry M. Barg, and contribution made in memory of Hermon Aron by Mary Hutty. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (BflaBti'aj pioneer CongTeeatlon) 1S5 N. W. Third Avenue MAX ShtAKMKU, HaDDI 498 S. W. 1Sth Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217S JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor 300 N W 1611. Av.nui Phone 2 0S2S Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services.. 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning _.. 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning... 8 :30a.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. Late Friday Evening Services The services this Friday evening at 8:15 will be conducted by the Massada chapter of Greater Miami. The cantor will chant the liturgic melodies. The following members will participate in the services: Molly Baer, Bernie Hammersmith. Joshua Langfur, Morty Lasky. May Lieberman, Eleanor Miller, and Esther Rosenstein. David Bear will chant part of the services during the evening, and Harold Shapiro will pronounce the Benediction. Dr. May Bere, a resident of Palestine, will be guest speaker. She will discuss the subject, "War and Work of Women in Palestine." Dr. Bere, a delegate to America from the Moatzath Hapoaloth (Working Women's Circle) in Palestine, holds degrees from the Universities of Manitoba. Chicago and Columbia. For the past nine years she has been an active part of Palestine life, being in charge of the research department of Child Guidance Clinic of Tel Aviv, and consulting psychologist for the Working Women's Council for problems of vocational guidance. She distinguished herself as a psychologist in adapting newly arrived immigrant girls and women of Palestine. Dr. Bere will be introduced by Miss Molka Goodlaw. secretary of the Council of Pioneer Women. An oneg shabbos will follow after the benediction, and refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood. Junior Congregation Harvey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, will be bar mitzvah this Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. A reception will follow after the benediction. The Junior Congregational services will be held at 10:30. Harvey will be host to the Junior Congregation at a kiddush after the services, in the auditorium. Sisterhood Pre-Purim Ball Beth David Sisterhood will hold its delightful 25th annual pre-Purim ball Sunday evening, February 16th at the Miami Civic Center. Mrs. Isador Cohen, generan chairman, and her committee consisting of Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Michael Arnold, Mrs. Sam Ehrlich, Mrs. Isador Fine, Mrs. J. M. Fine, Mrs: Felix Hinkes, Mrs. Frances Horn, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Ben Kandel, Mrs. Isador Langner, Mrs. Louis Margulies, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. S. J. Pallot, Mrs. Morris Pepper, Mrs. Chas. Peretzman, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Hyman Sootin, Mrs. Sol Weinkle, Mrs. Sam Weissel, Mrs. Florence Kromash, Mrs. Jean Pallot; Isador Fine, Norman Jacobs, Louis Margulies, Morris Pepper, Sidney Palmer, and Norman Weisman, wish to announce that extensive plans are being formulated for that evening. A large number of night club entertainers will be there to entertain you. The committee has also provided a number of worthwhile prizes, and all attending will be eligible to win same. So far we have every indication of a record crowd. Tickets can be obtained from the office, 2-1473, or from any member. All members, their friends and the general public are cordially invited. Board Meeting A board meeting of the Beth David Sisterhood will be held at the Talmud Torah Monday evening, February 3rd at 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Isador Fine, president, requests all board and committee members to be sure and attend as very urgent matters will be discussed. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in the Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of Shebat. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Chaim Shloma, brother of Daniel Sepler, January 29th; Yehudah Laeb, father of Mrs. Francis Warshoff, January 30; Anna Weintraub, mother of Joe Weintraub, January 31st; Moshe, father of Mrs. Wm. Friedman, February 2nd; Rav. Mordechai Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz. February 3; Louis Simon, father of Murray Simon, February 1st; Yaakov. father of Norman Rossman. February 3rd; Rivkah, sister of Florence Seitlin Markowitz. February 4th; Yisroel Hcrshel, father of Adolph Haimes, February 5th; Raezel. mother of Roral Cohen, February 9th; Leah Raeza. mother of H. Rayvis. February 8th; Yosef, in memory of Joseph Aronson, February 9th; Moshe Zaev, son of Louies Markowitz, February 10th; Eliyohu, father of Herbert Kleinman, February 10th: Glicka, mother of Mr. Hillman, February 12th; Yitchock, father of Mrs. David Brown. February 12th; Dovid, in memory of David Afrenow, February 12th; Arron Shloma. husband of Ida Marcus, February 15th: Sorah Bayleh, mother of Mrs. S. J. Pallott, February 17; Ester, mother of Jacob Sher. February 14th; Chaim. father of Sol. Rotfort, February 15th; Chayim. father of Mr. B. L. Leff, February 18th; Chaya Makla, mother of Mohilner family. February 19th; Tziporah. mother of Mrs. Katie Marks, February 21st; Tobias, father of Louis Borochoff, February 22nd; Menasche, father of Isador and David Kaplan, February 24th; Raeze Rochel. mother of Isador Goldstein, February 25th. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi'e Residence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a.m. Mincha 5 :30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p.m. Friday 5 :15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 9:00 a.m. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having; articles of clothing-, furniture, etc. that are not being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these article* to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained by them. _^ If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 1ST N. W. 6th St. Please Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartx. -71S8 Mr.. Morris Dublsr, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Katifasan. B-4MS Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377 Mrs. Mayer Sahwartx. 2-US4 and they will be called er BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21st Terrace Friday Night The sixth of the series of eight Friday evening religious lectures will be conducted by Rabbi Kellner in the synagogue this Friday night, Jan. 30,'at 8:30. The discussion will center on the problems of the Palestine National Home and the policies and principles of the various groups that work for Palestine. Rev. Gluck will conduct the musical program and lead in congregational singing. Fellowship Organized Young Peoples Group was organized by Rabbi Kellner for the purpose of cultural work and study of Jewish historical subjects. John C. Temple was elected president and George Chertkof secretary. The next meeting will be held Tuesday evening. Feb. 4th in the synagogue house. 1545 S. W. 3rd Street at 9:00 o'clock. A business session will be held from 9 to 9:30 after which Rnhbi Kellner will speak on "The Meaning of Jewish History." A most cordial invitation is extended to young people over 21 years of age to come and join this worthwhile and progressive movement. In Appreciation The Ladies Auxiliary takes this means of expressing their appreciation to Mrs. Louis Pallot, who was hostess of their card game held in the Talmud Torah building last Sunday night. Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. Leo Axlrod is chairman of the annual package party to be held in the Talmud Torah building Sunday night. Feb. 9th. The ladies are urged to remember the date of our 10th annual Purim ball which takes place Tuesday night. Feb. 25 at the Miami Woman's Club. Habonoth The Buds are planning a party in celebration of Chamisha Oser B'shvat to be held at the home of their sponsor. Mrs. Abraham Kellner. Tuesday afternoon. Feb. 11. The membership is cordially invited to bring their friends. Talmud Torah Final examinations of all classes in the Talmud Torah will take place this week and report cards will be issued the following week. Close to 60 children are now registered in the Talmud Torah and parents are urged to register their children for the new term in order that the work of the classes will be undertaken together. Classes are held from 3 to 6 p. m. and a new beginner's class will be formed. In order to keep the spirit of a people alive, the culture and ideals of the race must be inculcatd in the young. We appeal i to all parents not to deprive their Synagogue Services Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m. Mincha, daily from 5:15 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p. m. Maariv, daily at 6:10 p. m.; Saturday at 6:30 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 5:45 p. m. The rabbi will preach on "The Portion of the Week." Friday Night Lecturer The Hon. Max M. Korshak, master in chancery of the Circuit Court of Cook County, will speak on the subject, "Will Palestine Survive?" Our guest speaker is a noted traveler and All children of elementary and and is prominent in communal, civic and philanthropic movements in Chicago. Our service begins promptly at 8:30 p. m. To be assured of seats, come early. Doors open at 8:00 p. m. Sabbath Services Rabbis E. Silver and M. Konvitz will be guests at our services this Satrday morning and afternoon. They will speak during our services on "Out of Europe." Junior Congregation Services will be held Friday at 5:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9:00 a. m. in the Talmud Torah building. William Liberman will deliver the sermonette Saturday morning. Refreshments will be served by the Sisterhood after the services. All children of elementary and High School age are invited to these services, by and for our youth. Religious School We welcome children into our daily school classes held between the hours of 3 and 7 p. m. and to our Sunday morning classes held from 10 to 12 a. m. The following children took part in the assembly program last Sunday: Joan Freeman. Malke Brenner, Sonya Wexler. Roselle Siegel. Susan Fish, Pearl Cohen, Dorothy Feit. Teddy Cohen, Audrey Rangel. June Siegel and Isabella Gersten. Habonoth Our Habonoth meet Wednesday nights at 7 o'clock.. They will hold a mother-daughter affair at the Hotel Astor, Wednesday, February 12, at which time they will present two Chamisho Ossor playlets. Girls between the ages of 12 and 15 are invited to join. Young Judea Two groups of the Young Judea meet weekly in our synagogue. One, for boys and girls of 10 to 12, meets Sundays at 7 p. m. The other for children (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) children of their rightful cultural heritage and to enroll them in the Hebrew school. Classes meet in the Talmud Torah building, 1545, S. W. 3rd St. and parents may contact Rabbi Kellner in the synogogue office between 3 and 6 p. m.



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 31. 1941 knisli fkricffcHn PAGE THREE FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFFE Ex*cutiT Director While the 1941 campaign is officially closed, there are still a number of prospective contributors being contacted who, for various reasons, were not heretofore available. It is anticipated that with this work completed. Federation will go "over the top" of the $125,515 goal, and the 1941 campaign will have gone down into history as the most successful fund-raising activity in the Southeastern part of the United States, let alone in the State of Florida. This was accomplished only by the untiring efforts of over five hundred workers who gave unstintingly of their time and energy during the campaign and prc-campaign days. They have earned the gratitude of our community and of the forty-one agencies and institutions who will benefit by it. Saturday evening. February 1, a delegation headed by President Stanley C. Myers, leaves for Atlanta to attend the General National Assembly of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, to be held Sunday and Monday of next week. Over 500 delegates are expected from all parts of the country to discuss important and vital problems affecting the Jewish communities throughout the land. One of the most important decisions to be made revolves around the recent dissolution of the United Jewish Appeal, which was the joint fund-raising agency for the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal and the Advisory Committee to guide local Budget Committees in equitably allocating funds for the three above named agencies. GIFTED ARTIST IN ONE APPEARANCE IN MIAMI Harold Bauer, distinguished pianist, will make only one public appearance while in Miami, being presented as soloist at the second of the Arnold Volpe Memorial Building Fund series on February 3 at the Ida vl. Fisher High School Auditorium. Having appeared as soloist w.th the University orchestra last year he is no stranger to Miami. RABBI AARON D. BURACK will be the principal speaker at the Revel Memorial meeting Sunday evening at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, 590 S. W. 17th Avenue. Mrs. Leah Pearlstein of New York City, aunt of Mr and Mrs. Louis Kotkin, has arrived in Miami Beach for a short visit. PUBLISHING COMPANY ISSUES MUSICAL WORK The Bloch Publishing Company of New York has just issued a new musical work entitled "SabI bath Eve Service" by Charles De I Harrack, Before the first World War. Mr. De Harrack made many concert tours in Europe, and was a favorite at Royal Courts. In j Leipzig he won first prize for composition offered by the Deutsche Verlags Actiengesellschaft. I REFUGEES AIDED BY BRITAIN London (WNS—Palcor Agency) —George Henry Hall, Undersecretary of State for the Colonies, revealed in the House of Commons that 1,634 refugees who entered Palestine without certificates have been deported to the Island of Mauritius and arc being maintained there by the treasury of the United Kingdom. The question period brought forth repeated interrogations by Colonel Josiah C. Wedgwood, Laborite, as to reasons for the refusal of the Government to give a new series of permits to Jews to enter Palestine for the next six months. Colonel Wedgwood emphasized that immigration should be encouraged inasmuch as there was no longer export for food products from the country. Mr. Hall replied that the decision to issue no new immigration quota for the current six months had been taken partly on the ground that under present conditions prospective legal immigrants couid seldom reach Palestine within the period contemplated for their absorption in the economy of the country and partly in the light of the difficult economic conditions caused by the war, resulting in widespread unemployment. STAGE. SCREEN STAR AT GAIT HER THEATRE Francis Lederer, star of stage and screen, will be featured in his Broadway success of last season, "No time for Comedy," at the Gant Gaither Theatre for a week, Monday, February 3, to February 10. Lederer, Czechoslovakian, is noted not only as an actor but as an ardent promoter of world peace and several years ago headIn Memoriam Fold his hands upon his breast, Close his tired eyes. Let no wail disturb his rest Where he, sleeping lies. He has drunk life's hon-*?BS WF: ey-cup. He has drained the gall— You may pile Life's baubles up, He is through with all. > \ "V *J' %  s He is through with laughter gay. He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away, All his dragging years. fc TL* v Sing him songs of quiet cheer, Sound no dolesome knell; 1 know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well." ^ ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET DIED 6tb OF SHVAT. 5689 (JANUARY 17. 1929) In Loving Remembrance His Children MILTON BERLE FRANCIS LEDERER NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN ed a peace movement in this country. At present he is working with Dr. Benes, former Czech leader, in organizing the Czech people in America. His appearance with Gant Gaither's group will be in the role he played last year on the New York stage with Katherine Cornell. His latest screen roles have found him paradoxically cast as a Nazi, two of the best remembered films being "I Married a Nazi," with Joan Bennett and the controversial "Confessions of a Nazi Spy." with Edward G. Robinson. There will be performances every evening, Monday through Sunday, with a matinee on Sunday. "Follies and Fashions of 1941." the annual presentation of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, will be the feature of Flamingo Park Wednesday, February 12 at 8 p. m. The show will present fashions for both men and women in an unusual manner, accompanied by a musical revue. Women's fashions will be shown by Leed's of Miami Beach. Velma's of 41st Street, and Helen's Knit Shop. Men's fashions will be presented by Dunhill's of Miami. The clothes will be modeled by professional mannequins. The entire show will be und> r the direction of Mr. Barney Goodman. Mrs. Irving Kobky is chairman of the affair, with Mrs. Harold Rand as assistant chairman. The advisory committee includes Mrs. Jack Cohen, Mrs. Max Dreyer. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs, Mrs. Morris Alpert, and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub. Mrs. Rand is stage supervisor, and Mrs. Aaron Farr is in charge of music. Mrs. Emil Gould and Mrs. Arthur Rabe are publicity chairmen. The ticket committee includes Mrs. Gertrude Lachs. chairman; Mrs. I. Wohl. Mrs. Rand, and Mrs. Ada Joseph. Tickets may be obtained in Miami Beach from Mrs. Lachs. telephone 5-3936; in Miami at the Council office, telephone 3-6554. and from any member of the adisory and ticket committees. All proceeds of the affair will support the Council's projects of Service to the Foreign Born. Children's Aid. Scholarships, Education, and Social Welfare. Mrs. Albert Gorman of New York City is the house guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi. will assist and help M. C. at the Y. M. H. A Cavalcade of Stan, Monday evening at the Plaza Theatre. The Greater Miami Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine will sponsor a benefit card party Wednesday. February 5, 8p. m. at 1251 N. W. 36 Street. Admission will be 25c. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Varon and son Harold, are house guests of Mr, and Mrs. Morris Bain. In Loving Memory of URIAH DAVID SHOCIIET whose loving deeds will always remain an everlasting memory. DIED 20th DAY OF TEBETH. 5677 JANUARY 14, 1917 His Brother and Sisters In M emoriam MOTHER She traveled the journey before you. She has known all the cost of the way, She paid out the price to its fulness That Motherhood only can pay. She loved when the world was against you She hoped—when your hope sank and died. She clung to your hand when the clinging Left scars in her heart deep and wide. She labored—and lov P