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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. 7
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
WELFARE BUREAU
PRESENTS ANNUAL
TOFSTARS"
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Tickets for the 7th annual
"Night of Stars," sponsored by
the Jewish Welfare Bureau, went
on sale Monday at the Olympia
Theatre, where this gala event,
which promises to eclipse all pre-
vious ones in points of attend-
ance, fund-raising and entertain-
ment proceedings, takes place on
Monday evening, Feb. 24th.
Cross and Dunn, America's
outstanding song stylists, who
are currently starring at the
Club Esquire, are the latest to
join the fast-growing ranks of
the entertainment committee,
which now includes such stellar
personalities as Harry Richman,
Sophie Tucker, Milton Berle, Joe
E. Lewis, Paul Whiteman, Jack
Dempsey and Abe Lyman.
Rudy R. Adler, general chair-
man of "Night of Stars," reports
the following: "The "Night of
Stars' performances of '38, '39
and '40 played to capacity at-
tendance each time, but this
year, the indications point to an
earlier sell-out than previously.
Already an unusually large ad-
vance sale has been accom-
plished. We are naturally anx-
ious to provide seats for resi-
dents in this community, but no
favoritism may be shown in the
allotment of locations. However,
every seat in the Olympia Thea-
tre is a good one, and Miamians
will be assured of receiving the
choicest on hand only if they
make their purchases as soon as
possible."
Reservations may be made
through Mr. Adler, 5-4454, or
Mrs. Bertha Levy, ticket chair-
lady, 5-5781.
DEDICATION OF SYNAGOGUE HIGHLIGHT
IN SPIRITUAL LIFE OF ORTHODOX JEWRY
NAZI RADIO BOASTS
JEWS WILL NOT RETURN
TO GERMANY IN AGES
Belgrade (WNS)Angered by
predictions made by pro-British
statesmen that the Nazi govern-
ment will soon be overthrown
and that exiled German Jews
will be welcomed back to Ger-
many, the Nazi radio warned
world Jewry that anti-Semitism
has become so entrenched in
Germany as to preclude the pos-
sibility of Jews returning to the
reich for "at least 1,000 years."
The Nazi spokesman stressed
Jewish life in Germany would
be stamped out of existence. En-
visioning the day when no traces
of Jews would be left in Ger-
many, the Nazi commentator de-
clared that in future years Ger-
man children will never know
that "there were such things as
Jews in the Reich."
Uniformed storm troopers vis-
ited the homes of Berlin Jews
and ordered them to report for
street cleaning, it was reported.
The Nazis excused only those
Jews who were physically dis-
abled or too ill to work.
Scheduled to start promptly at
2 p. m., the dedication ceremon-
ies of the Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Synagogue will be held Sun-
day, Feb. 16 at S. W. 17th Ave.
and 6th Street. Preparations
have been made to handle a ca-
pacity crowd and a loudspeaker
has been procured so that any
overflow may hear the entire
program.
An offshoot of Beth David
Congregation, the Orthodox Syn-
agogue was formed ten years
ago. The first meeting place of
the organization was in the Odd
Fellows Hall where High Holi-
day services were held. They
then moved to their permanent
quarters at 1545 S. W. 3rd Street.
The building used during this
period has now been converted
into a Talmud Torah and Sunday
School to house the ever-grow-
ing needs of the southwest sec-
tion. The ground for the new
building was broken in June of
last year and the structure was
completed in time for the High
Holiday services in September.
The finishing touches on the
building have been made since
that time including the installa-
tion of seats, floor, painting, and
fixtures. The synagogue occu-
pies the northwest corner of S.
W. 17th Ave. at 6th Street, and
in planning their building pro-
gram allowed sufficient room for
expansion. The edifice seats
more than 500 people, an in-
creased capacity from that of the
old building of more than 200.
E. Albert Pallot
master of ceremonies at dedica-
tion ceremonies of Miami Jewish
Orthodox Synagogue.
The structure upon completion
will cost in excess of $13,000.
E. Albert Pallot, assistant at-
torney general of the State of
Florida, will be master of cere-
monies of the program which
will include the formal opening
of the synagogue, as appropriate
prayers are being recited, by the
purchaser of the gold key; re-
marks by the general chairman
of the affair; a message of con-
gratulation from an official of
the City of Miami; brief mes-
sages by the Rabbis of the com-
munity; vocal selections by both
local and visiting cantors; band
selections by the Jewish War
Veterans' Drum & Bugle Corps;
addresses by H. M. Drewich,
president of the congregation;
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. spir-
itual leader; Rev. Richard "Dick"
Evans, executive vice president
of the Florida Congress of De-
mocracy; and Stanley C. Myers,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The committee of arrange-
ments for the event Include Max
Kupferstein, Nat Blumberg, Mau-
rice Grossman, Fred Shochet. H.
M. Drewich. George Chertkof,
Max Mintzer and William Clein.
The Ladie's Auxiliary will serve
the refreshments.
View of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue which will be dedicatid Sunday afternoon.
FOREIGN WORKER AT
COMMUNITY^ FORUM
Martha Sharp who returned
from France in December will
address the Miami Community
Forum, sponsored by the Men's
Clubs of Temple Israel and the
Unitarian church, on Wednes-
day evening, February 19th.
Mrs. Sharp went to Czechoslo-
vakia in February, 1939 and
worked there, as commissioner
for the Commission for Service
in Czechoslovakia, with her hus-
band, the only American relief
workers in that country after
the German occupation, until
September. 1939.
In June, 1940, she again went
to Europe, this time as the first
commissioner for work abroad of
the Unitarian Service Commit-
tee, and remained in France un-
til December to organize the
bringing of children to this coun-
try in cooperation with the
United States Committee for the
Care of European Children.
With a great deal of first hand
information regarding French
concentration camps, the refu-
gee problem in France, and work
in France including tracing fam-
ilies, visiting concentration
camps, helping w"ith visa, trans-
portation and housing problems,
she will speak on "France Occu-
pied by Nazis."
JR. HADASSAH WOULD
HELP GREAT BRITAIN
NOTEO EDUCATOR
TOMAKE ADDRESS
AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
Dr. Emanuel Gamoran of Cin-
cinnati, nationally known edu-
cator, author and lecturer, who
is educational director of the Un-
ion of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, will speak Friday
evening, February 14th, from the
pulpit of Miami's Temple Israel.
"Children Challenge Their
Parents," will be Dr. Gamoran's
subject.
While in Miami, February 13,
14, and 15. Dr. Gamoran will also
address teachers of the Temple
Israel Religious School.
Dr. Gamoran received his A.B.
degree from the College of the
City of New York. Following
post-graduate work at Columbia
University he received his A.M.
and Ph.D. degrees from that in-
stitution. After serving as edu-
cational director of the Circle of
Jewish Children, as supervisor
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion and as a member of the fac-
ulty extension department of the
Teachers Institute of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Ameri-
ca, in New York, Dr. Gamoran
came to his present post in 1923.
Among his published works
arc: "Changing Conceptions in
Jewish Education." "Introductory
Course in Education," several
volumes of "The Play Way to
Hebrew," and tTorah-Li," Book
I, with the late A. H. Fricdland.
The Union of American He-
brew Congregations which Dr.
Gamoran serves as educational
director is known as the parent
body of Liberal Judaism in
America. Temple Israel is one
of the 309 congregations in the
United States and Canada which
make up the Union.
U. S. ENVOY IS SEEN
BEHIND FRENCH PLAN
IN HELPING REFUGEES
REFUSES TRANSIT VISAS
London (WNS)Scores of Jew-
ish refugees with visas to United
States, have been denied transit
visas by the Argentine consulate.
New York (WNS)"Unquali-
fied endorsement and complete
support" of the policy of extend-
ing American aid to Great Brit-
ain and its allies was pledged by
300 delegates representing 20.000
members of Junior Hadassah,
the young women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, at a na-
tional activity conference in the
Hotel New Yorker.
The resolution endorsing Amer-
ican aid to Britain also praised
the Jews of Palestine for the
country's agricultural, technical
and industrial resources for the
war effort. It expressed regret
that the policy of immigration to
Palestine was still adhered to.
Vichy (WNS)The figure of
Admiral William D. Leahy, re-
cently-arrived United States Am-
bassador to France, was reported
to be behind the French Govern-
ment's announcement of a more
humane attitude towards the
thousands of refugees interned
in unoccupied France.
The French ministry of inter-
ior reported that the campaign to
improve the living conditions of
interned refugees, thousands of
whom arc Jewish, will have the
"moral and material support of
21 foreign welfare organizations
which will be represented on a
co-ordinating committee."
It was learnd that the French
government will abandon its
present system of lumping to-
gether in one camp refugees of
various nationalities and of dif-
ferent ages. In the future, three
separate camps will be main-
tained. French Red Cross nurses
will visit the camps regularly.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1941
"Jewist ncrkUar)
Additional
Society
The bar mitzvah of Charles Zalis.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis.
will take place Saturday, Feb. 22
at Beth David Synagogue with
Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating.
Open house will be held Sunday.
Feb. 23, 8 p. m. at his home. 5(i2
N. W. 48 street to which all
friends are cordially invited.

Israel Lightman of Lowell, Mass
is visiting with his two daught-
ers, Sarah and Dorothy, on Miami
Beach, where he will spend the
winter.

Sophie Tucker will be guest of
honor at a celebrity luncheon
sponsored by National Children's
Cardiac Home, Tuesday, Feb. 18,
1 p. m. at the Terrace Restaurant.
Tickets are $3.00 per person. Mrs.
Oscar Frankel will be chairman
of the day. For reservations phone
Mrs. Leopold Marcus, 5-4140; or
Mrs. Stanley Jacob, 5-4206. A
gala program of entertainment
in charge of Miss Tucker has been
arranged for the afternoon.

Rabbis Levanthal. Rosenberg and
Goldman are here for a two
weeks visit in the interests of the
Federated Charity Institutions of
Palestine consisting of 131 in-
dividual institutions. With the
approval of the local Rabbis they
are making an intensive cam-
paign among tourists of our
county.
PAGE THREE
West Palm
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Bris Milan cert monies for the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brodii
were held Tuesday men-nine ;it St,
Mary's Hospital. Rev. Kaufman
officiated.
Discussing plans for the benefit "Night of Stars" show to be held at the Olympia Theatre. February
7u Y tj j ''5> Welfare Bureau shown above are. center. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, ticket chairlady. On
the left, Rudy R. Adler. general chairman, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; right. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and
Mrs. Edward Friedman.
Mrs. Gertrude Backer is visiting
with her brother and sister-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Philip P.
Rothschild of Miami where she
will remain for several weeks.

Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
spiritual leader of Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation.
A special meeting and bingo
game was held Tuesday evening
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter by the Sisterhood of the or-
ganization.

10th Annual Grand Concert under
the direction of Abraham Bram-
son will take place at the Beth
David Auditorium Sunday, Feb.
23, 8:30 p.m. The program will be
announced next week.

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldberg and
daughter, Shirley, of New York
are spending the season at Miami
Beach. Mrs. Goldberg is a sister
of Mrs. Hyman Laibson, Miami
Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Krim, Newark, N.
J. announce the engagement of
their daughter Lillian to Henry
Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs. S.
Bcrman of Newark.

New arrivals at the Bell Court
Apts., 2901 Sheridan Ave., Miami
Beach are: Harold Jacobs, A.
Klein, Irving Kay, of Newark,
New Jersey.
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DOUBLE CHOIR and the YIDDISHE BAND from POLAND
Regular Prices1500 Comfortable Seats at 25c, 2 to 6:30
Lewis A. Oates, British Consul in
Miami, will be the guest speaker
at the Beefeaters Dinner which
will be held at the Blackstone
Hotel, on Feb. 15th for the bene-
fit of the British American Am-
bulance Corps. Mrs. Walter A.
Dcims is the originator of the
Beefeaters in America, and this
dinner is one of the many being
given throughout the country as
a drive by the corps, of which the
Beefeaters is an auxiliary, to
raise $300,000 for airplane ambu-
lances for the British Royal Air
Force. Lord Marley, deputy lead-
er of the House of Lords, is a
national sponsor of these series.
Mrs. Alexander Orr. Jr., wife of
Mayor Orr of Miami is honorary
chairman, with Mrs. Alfred Stone
as general chairman. Executive
secretary, Mrs. Sidney Wien;
treasurer, Mrs. Wm. I. Boxerman.
program chairman, Mrs. W. G.
Chown; chairman of arrange-
ments, Mrs. Mitchel Wolfson;
chairman of hotel committee,
Mrs. David Harrison; telephone
committee chairman, Mrs. Leon-
ard Wien. An interesting enter-
tainment program has been ar-
ranged. Tickets may be purchased
from committee members or at
the Blackstone Hotel. The price
of admission is $3.50 per person
with the entire proceeds being
donated to the British-American
Ambulance Corps.

The Sigma Phi Kappa sorority re-
cently held a rush tea in the form
of a kiddy party at the home of
Mindell Warfield, Miami Beach.
"CLOWN PRINCE OF CAFES"
INTRODUCES NEW SONG
Mr. and Mrs. J. Brenner. Dr. and
Mrs. Dave Silvcrman and son.
Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Black, Roanoke, Va.. and Miss
Sylvia Lyons, Hagerstown, Md..
relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Adclman. have arrived in Miami
where they will remain for sev-
eral weeks.
Joint me. ting of B'nai B'ritii
Lodge number 1146. the Auxil-
iary and A. Z. A. were held a:
Scher Hall Monday night. Presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith, Dave Katz
presided. Principal speaker was
Dr. E. Saxl. formerly of Austria,
now a student at Stetson U.
Mrs. Sol Rubin has been ill at
home.
Don Isaac Levine, nationally
known writer, and Mrs. Levine
are guests in Palm Beach. Mr.
Levine and the late General Kri-
vetsky collaborated on a series of
articles for the Saturday Evening
Post.
Louis Goldstein observed Yahr-
zeit services at Temple Beth El
recently.
Morris Schir is ill at his home.
MOYNE IS NAMED AS
COLONIAL SECRETARY
London (WNS>Walter Ed-
ward Guiness, First Baron of
Moyne sincee 1852. has been
nam.'d British Secretary of State
for the Colonies to succeed Lord
Lloyd, who died last week after
a brief illness. The new 60-year-
old colonial secretary has had a
varied career, serving as under-
secretary of state for war in 1922.
financial secretary to the treas-
ury in 1924. and minister of agri-
culture from 1925 to 1929.
Lord Moyne demonstrated his
sympathy for Jewish suffering
under Nazi persecution when he
contributed 1.000 pounds to the
Polish Jewish Relief Fund. He
said at the time that he hoped
his money could be used to bring
Polish Jewish leaders to Pales-
tine, which, he was quoted as
saying, is the best haven for Jew-
ish refugees.
H. M. Drewich
President Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation.
ANA RECHTSCHAFFER
Gives Hebrew and Jewish
Private Lessons at a Very
Reasonable Price
Phone 2-3886 4-4277
111 N. E. 20th Terrace
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Joe E. Lewis, the far-famed
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starred along with Sophie Tuck-
er, Harry Richman, Paul White-
man and the Chandra-Kaly Dan-
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':.: IpOfl ..'. much tOM time dKBl ..'. 0M pTMBl se'--P 0*0*
organized wait conflict of activity aeroachaMmi of boundaries
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proximity of dan* 100 rimflat type events and an organiza-
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-;. during dm pad montfa and -.. ;'.:-::.: daily sridonc*
1 .:....-. '-.':'. Naming rioiationi -nc nolalon vr: or^y
ciqgravaw th* *..-'.".'..'. TTCCUng ::.::h .'.".'." "r.c CC-.7 r.^
-;'xx: U :.<: aboa ;.-.'. Ow suggostioo lo a lolutiOD cr.c
.-.': sasing ol dm probtam rmmodiatw s'eps lowarda -J-.e
forming ol a Communtty Council, forgotang and putting vs.ee
individual '-.'.d group potty differencM.
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God iav< America Protect .t I
FEDERATION NOTES
by ISAAC JOFFE
ExcutiTe Director
FREE MINDS
"Almool ''- '.-.' goodom lo bo destroyed '-^ dictatori take
control, .>. the freedom ol learning Tyranny hates and fears no
thing more than the free exchange ol ideas, the free play o: \-.e
.fund that comes from education
"In those schools ol ours and in other American schools the
hildren ol today and 'i future generationa will be taught, with-
out censorship 01 restriction, the facts ol current history and the
whole context of current knowledge Their textbooks will not be
burned by Cl dictator wr.o -....-;-..-'.-'.-:. //.:. v.err.; .-.<.-.; e'.'.r.ers
v/il! not ix: banished by a ruler whom they have offended; their
/ bools v/JI not be closed if they teach unpalatable truths, and
their daily ineti iction will not be governed by the decrees of
any cent/';] :- ireau oi propogonda. They will gel not all of the
tory parl ol the time, 01 only part ol the Btory all oi the time; they
//.]! contin w to get all of the story '... of the time
President .: ranklin D, Roosevelt
The Rock of Our Salvation
Oiiirtrty r/f Thr lynaifjiitie
Union of Aincriui/i Hebrew Oyiigrej{ii^ni
Bcrrurd Sega]
Federation 1941 '%.-.-.pa:gn had
hardly drawn to '-. close when our
''-" wai 1 ..; : with tele-
gran and ;.' n onal visiti of re-
;..-' si r ...' -1 many of our
forty-one beneficiary sg<-r .
calling for urgent and immediate
remittance ol Federation's pledge
titutior and organi-
Wherever possible, this is
being done, providing th
And to this end we
.....ntril it .: to n ::
1 Gr< : Miai i Jew-
ish 1 ration, at the earliest
:-' ibli momi nl Th< mon y .
- now Tomorrow
lati
:' recent | thi Kx-
ecut :.;: itti e it wa noted
faction that the 1941
' ol the Mian Ci ::.'r^unity
'''' 'ding successfully.
' thi Chest. Its
''' in int fund-raising for
manj x a in litutions is ci' erv-
every mem-
bei ol thi Miami Jewish Com-
ny ol work-
; leration'j Campaign are
' isily ngaged on the Chest
drive
'' attention been called
bers of the C m-
mity to th neo itj oi ket p-
ration alive m people's
throughout the year, not
only during campaign days. This
. definitely constructive critic-
and :' appreciated. To that
end, a special committee is ex-
pected to be appointed shortly
to plan year-around activities,
details of which will be announc-
1 '1 U'lin timp to lime.
IP will interest (,ur community
to know that the success of our
l!*4l campaign is being used
throughout the country to spur
on other communities to "go and
do likewise."
*"-.-.-''-"' \ ~~z.--- --"-7 i-e-er. ;r.e c: -_-.e assesses
- ?---'---- the Jewish rcre.r^ --s-.er o: _-.e bsfj
' lzV/-.r icwadcys and in ;e-e:=. acesn I swtece -oo
- '-'- -i = -*-r- ::: s. 1 OOUSOTfbul wbeo z Jew |bj K:*_e:-rased
-_~-.l -/_-~z -. getting bis '-~.~:.zzr. ^rjz.:graton vise ie
";"-^:"--.- .e- :.-.'.- '-'. be i z.-rJ:e-i down one thousand
7CO- Amenoas --:..s fox bis ex.: vita Battening en Im
- "-*-"- -.: turope Kclei has grown ~-:'-e stout in the course c:
be '*sr few -.'ears isugh t: course he sill doesn't come bMa
_-e :.zss :: CSoenng =-' :-'--e:.:w or other BadoK's legs
=_. k>ok -: puny lo sail likli rmfl sWl s *hy he alwerys wears
s.zz thick -_ary bocs ar.d Icr-g cocrts.
WHILE CENSORS NAP
is Bexhn s ocrr-r. shelters repc.-j Lec-arc Lyons, the foliow-
ioa c^e ravels rrcrr. ;__-. :z saosjdl whan the storm troopers
aren't too r.ear H a -cr. says Good morning' it means hes
fust slept H he says Good night' :t means he's going to
sleec And _; he says He-' riitisf it RhMBj he's been csieep
all .--s Ue One c: -he most popular plays in Copenhagen
jiese days -s Hamlet And the trans-Atlantic grapev-^ie
insdrms thai at the tine There s something rotten in Denmark'
the audience* is that Naz:-occupied lend cpplaud vociferously
. In ?arj c: course :t s highly illeaal to say anything derog-
atory about Germany s Am pcrmer. but the Parisians have
found a way to express their contempt for Italy silently They
wear a saip c: spaghetti in fheta lapels.
LISTEN HERE
We unce.-stand the G-men have a more or less complete
line en the activities of Signor Gcetano Vecchiotti. Italian con-
sul general in New Yoric and we re wondering when a stop will
be put to his consistent efforts to implant Fascism and other anti-
democratic cocaoes in the minds of Americans of Italian de-
scent Times do change, and our business life changes with
them The Madison Avenue premises formerly ocupied by
Lcnz oi Salzburg are now the home of a similar shop called
Horovitz of London We suppose it's to spare the feelings of
residents of the City of Brotherly Love that nobody calls the
Fifth Columners Phiiadelhcns But why not refer to them as
Adolphiles? And to their sentiments as Musso-leanings? ..
Danton Waiter, noting that the 1941 edition of the British Who's
Who lists Hitler as the men most in the public eye. nominates
J him for the title of Public Cinder No. 1.
THIS AND THAT
Going around the town cgain is the story of the violinist
Jascha Heifetz this timeend the pnze fighter "We're in the
seme business." Heifetz is supposed to say to the pug "We
both earn our living with our hands" ... To which the amazed
boxer replies: "Gee. you must be terrific There isn't a mark
on you ... A recent arrive! in this country is Dr. Eduard Bloch
of Lmz. Austrio, which used to be Hitler's home town ... Dr.
Bloch has the unenviable distinction of having cured the future
Fuehrer of venous childhood ailments, and gratis at that .
Although on Hitler's specific orders, the Nazis didn't molest
Dr. Bloch at all. he preferred not to stay in his old home after
the new oraer" marched in Congratulations to Dr. Nathan
Stern of New York s West End Synagogue on the tenth anniver-
sary of the Youth Leadership Institute on the North East Region
of American Hebrew Congregations ... It was Dr. Stern who
founded the Institute.
INFORMATION PLAYS
clmm, CZr,S!Ky0n'Veuheard''jf Anglo Israel theory, which
Xlho' 'he, 5r::;sh the descendants of the ancient Is-
he v'ery word" B^hyU ^ ^ ^ An9l-kraelites regard
woJ3Lh1 1 -aS Q transli,er>in of "B'rith-Ish," which
consd^ ,kJ6breW lMr of ^nam?" ... And that they
W? Jnn.r-amevf ,he Saxons to be an abbreviation of
nation rW u!t0rmeilll0n ,he fct that the British coro
crcinec\rL m *hl,ch En9Iand's kings Ul when they are
Patriarch i?S?M a T ^ Said to be ,he one which *
Kstors o? LU^ vau h'S Pillw at ^n The Israeli,ish
stone we iT re suPPsed to have salvaged this
hav teoucht^, TPp axJeiusalem wus destroyed and to
the fasSnaunn f S^ IsleS Thls 1S ^ a frac,10n f
A.ahTmcnm ma,'n n Anglo-kraelisrn contained in
dopedL ?ZS ra,y ar"Cle in the Universal Jewish Ency-
maTion that whT ^ re'erenCe work we &an ,he in,r'
or Sof Jiv^ri W6r QLWaVS considered the Hebrew "get,"
but i ,hl AramiT ^ ,he Kaddish aren'1 Hebrew a' *
more don'f wSi 'TT9* 'and Please' dear reader from Balfr
that from o chl H ng Uu ,hat we should have remembered
tune S go 'to chldeT)^"twT ^ n6VGr had ,he ^ ^
his America rfi^, at Columbus set sail from Spain on
sion rfShS^ from! ^JS JUS' ne dav aher ""V
That the PalesTniSn Tat %&*" f Ferdinnd and IsabeUa.
that "the world ? J^Ud has a P***^ specifically stating
tne world 18 round." and that the Midrasch speaks of our
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MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbi'* Reeldence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 8-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S W. Third Street I
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.
Dedication
The climax of our hopes and
dreams will be reached at the
dedication services to be held on
Sunday afternoon. Feb. 16th at
2:00 o'clock. The complete de-
tails of the program will be found
elsewhere in this issue. We joy-
ously invite the whole Jewish
community to rejoice with us in
this hour of joy.
Friday Night oFrum
The closing session of this sea-
son's Friday night open forum
will be held this coming Friday.
Feb. 14 at 8:30 p. m. Rabbi Abra-
ham Gluck will chant appropri-
ate selections and speak on
"Light Out of Darkness." The
public is cordially welcomed.
Sunday School
The annual Chamisho Osor
party of our Sunday school will
be held on Sunday morning, Feb.
16th. and preparations are being
made for a great Purim celebra-
tion to be held Sunday morning,
March 16.
Talmud Torah
Registration in the Talmud To-
rah is still in effect and we are
glad to report an all time high
in Daily Talmud Torah attend-
ance. The first public examina-
tion conducted by the board of
education will be held shortly
and once every month thereafter.
Ladies Auxiliary
A special meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held Tuesday
afternoon, Feb. 18th. Mrs. George
Chertkoff will preside. The
meeting will be held in the new
synagogue.
10th Annual Purim Ball
Plans are rapidly being com-
pleted towards making our 10th
annual Purim ball the greatest
success in the history of our aux-
iliary. Tickets are still available
and may be gotten by calling
Mrs. George Chertkoff, 3-7223;
Mrs. Louis Kotkin, 2-3906; Mrs.
A. I. Orlansky, 3-7582.
Orthodox Fellowship
The Orthodox Fellowship will
hold its next meeting Tuesday
night, Feb. 18th at 9 o'clock in
the new synagogue. Plans will
be completed for the first public
lecture which will feature Dr.
Harold E. Briggs of the Univer-
sity of Miami on Sunday night.
Feb. 23.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sin-
cere mazel tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Stone on the birth
of their son. May they raise him
L'Torah Ul Chuppa Ul Maasim
Tovim.
Habonoth
Due to the illness of Rabbi
Kellner, the Habonoth Chamisho
Osor Bshvat party which was to
take place on Thursday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Kell-
ner, has been postponed to the
following Thursday afternoon.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5.1328
MAURICE MAMCHE*. Cantor
Phone 4.0406
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
Religious Services
Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a.
m., Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p.m.
Maariv, daily at 6:15 p. m.,
Saturday at 6:45 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week."
Junior Congregation
Services are held by and for
boys and girls of school and high
school age every Friday evening
at 5:30 o'clock and Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. A sermon-
ette is delivered each Saturday
by one of the junior congregants.
Refreshments are served by our
Sisterhood after the morning ser-
vices. All young people capable
of reading from the siddur arc
cordially invited.
Friday Night Lecture
"The Decline of Western Cul-
ture" will be the subject of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff this Friday
evening. Cantor Mamches will
lead in the singing. The service
begins promptly at 8:30 o'clock.
Doors open at 8:00 p. m. To be
assured of seats come early.
Sisterhood Bridge Party
The outstanding social event
on the Beach each year is our
Sisterhood's afternoon card party
at the Floridian Hotel. This af-
fair will be held this week. Mon-
day. February 17 at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. Seiden, the manager of the
Floridian Hotel, promises all a
delightful afternoon, and will
serve refreshments to all.
On the arrangements commit-
tee helping Mrs. B. H. London,
the Sisterhood president, are
Mrs. M. Kreeger. Mrs. M. B.
Frank. Mrs. M. Mescheloff. Mrs.
R. Bernkopf, Mrs. S. Blank. Mrs.
M. Mamches. Mrs. A. Berow. Mrs.
I. L. Mintzer. Mrs. A. Sussman,
Mrs. A, Miller, Mrs. L. Lipow-
sky. Mrs. H. Auslander, and Mrs.
M. Orovitz.
The proceeds of this affair are
to go towards a Talmud Torah
project. We urge all women to
join in this Sisterhood venture.
The Sisterhood wishes to thank
Miss Ruth Brotman, lyric so-
prano, for her splendid rendi-
tions at the Sisterhood meeting
held last week.
Guest Rabbis
Guest Rabbis Weiss. Rubinfeld
and Leventhal will grace our
services this Sabbath. Rabbi
Weiss is the executive director
of the Yeshivath Rabbi Jacob
Joseph of New York; Rabbi Rub-
infeld is the superintendent of
the Ner Israel Yeshiva of Balti-
more, and Rabbi Levinthal is the
head of the Palestinian Yeshiva,
Cahyei Olam. He is accompan-
ied by Rabbi Rosenberg.
Congratulations
Warmest mazul tov to Rabbi
and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman on
the birth and brith of their son.
May they bring him up L'Torah
l'Chuppah ul'Maasim Tovim.
Condolences
Our sincerest sympaties to the
bereaved family and friends of
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Tidbits from Everywhere
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world as being "shaped like a
ball which is thrown from hand
to hand" And that back in
1807, when the first Jew, Ezek-
iel Hart of Three Rivers, was
elected to the Quebec Provincial
Assembly, his political opponents
refused to let him be sworn in,
on the grounds that no Jew
should be permitted to hold of-
fice in Canada.
ABOUT PEOPLE
We thought you might like to
know that Frederick Mendel-
sohn, orchestra leader on WBNX
programs broadcast in various
different languages, uses his real
name only in English, German
and Jewish broadcasts For
the others he modifies his name
to match the language Thus
he's Alfredo Mendez for the
Spanish t customers, Frederico
Menrucmi for the Italians, Fere
Mendelioni for French listeners
and Firdiev Mendiepstroy for
Russian dial-twisters Being
readied for Broadway is Clifford
Odet's new play, "Clash by
Night" The leading parts
will be played by Luther Adler
and Sylvia Sidney who, as you
should recall, are Mr. and Mrs.
The scenery is being designed by
Boris Aronson.
LARGE CROWD GATHERED
FOR CORNERSTONE LAYING
A large gathering witnessed
an elaborate program at the ded-
ication of the main building and
the cornerstone laying of the
Rothberg Memorial Laboratory,
of the National Children's Car-
diac Home which took place last
Sunday. A large sum of money
was raised to continue the work
of the institution and the offi-
cers plan immediate action in
the expansion program in the
coming year.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami Pioneer Con;reaUn)
1J5 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX 8MAPIKO, Rabbi
498 S. w. 11th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phone 2-217*
JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor
300 N. W 16th Avenue
Phone 2 0*28
Permanent Calendar
Daily Service*-----------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services_____ 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning___ 8:30 a. m.
Sunday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily 3:15-6:15
Sunday School______10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a. m.
Late Friday Evening
Services ___________8:15 p.m.
our late member. Osias Engelberg
who was brought to rest last
Friday. May the Lord console
the mourners.
Beach Habanoth
The Habanoth girls of Miami
Beach celebrated Chamisho Os-
sor b'Shvat in a mother-daughter
affair held at the Astor Hotel.
Dramatic readings were present-
ed by Mrs. Harold Turk. The
girls presented two playlets.
Gifts were given each of the
mothers by the Habanoth girls.
The Habanoth of Miami Beach
meet each Tuesday at 7:00 p. m.
at the Beth Jacob synagogue.
The Daughters of Israel and
men's division will meet Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at Beth
Jacob synagogue. Prominent
speakers and cantors are on the
program. Reports will be rend-
ered by committees conducting
a drive for the erection of a rit-
ual pool, a mikvah, in our com-
munity. The public is cordially
invited. No appeals for funds are
made at meetings.
Beach Mizrachi
The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
hold a meeting and Melaveh
malkeh Saturday night, Febru-
ary 22. at the Beth Jacob syna-
gogue. Rabbi Wolf Gold and
Mr. Gedaliah Bublick are ex-
pected as guest speakers. The
public is welcome.
Late Friday Evening Services
Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate, and Can-
tor Victor Jacoby will chant the
prayers. We are very happy to
welcome the parents of the Rab-
bi. Rev. and Mrs. K. Shapiro,
who will remain in Miami for
several weeks. During the ser-
vices Friday evening, the guest
speaker will be the rabbi's fath-
er. Kalman Shapiro, founder and
former president of the Agudas
HaShochtim of Greater New
York. He will speak in Yiddish
on the timely subject, "Let Us
Reason Together."
An oneg shabbos will follow,
and refreshments, donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz in
honor of their 46th wedding an-
niversary, will be served by the
Sisterhood.
Junior Sabbath Services
Services will be conducted Sat-
urday morning at 8:30 and Jun-
ior services at 10:30. During the
services this Saturday Meyer,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Greenberg. will become bar
mitzvah. Meyer is the junior
cantor of the Junior congrega-
tion, and he will chant the pray-
ers during their services. A re-
ception will follow after the ben-
ediction, and Meyer will serve
as host.
Sunday School
A playlette will be'presented
this Sunday morning during the
assembly, by the boys and girls
of Mr. Tedd Simons' class.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Radio Hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 3 to
3:30 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro will
discuss the subject "Brotherhood
Observance Fact or Farce?"
Cantor Victor Jacoby will be in
charge of the musical program.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in
our Memorial Book of Life, will
be memorialized from the pulpit
this Friday evening during the
services: Arron Shloma, hus-
band of Ida Marcus; Soiah Bay-
leh. mother of S. J. Pallott; Es-
ther, mother of Jacob Sher;
Chiam, father of Sol Rotfort;
Chiam, father of B. L. Leff;
Chaya Molka, mother of Mohil-
ner family; Tziporah, mother of
Katie Marks.
Pre-Purim Ball
Final plans for the outstanding
affair of the year have been com-
pleted by the Beth David Sister-
hood, namely the 25th annual
TEMPLE ISRAEL
1*7 N. E- 19th Mreat
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
0996 Indian Creek Drive-126*
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 61738
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HilieL
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, February 14,
8:15 p. m.. Dr. Emanuel Gamor-
an, director, Commission on Jew-
ish Education for the Union of
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, will speak on "A Design
for Jewish Living." Service.-?
will be conducted by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. A reception
for worshipers, under Sisterhood
sponsorship, in honor of Dr.
Gamoran, will follow the ser-
vices.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, February
15, 11:00 o'clock, congregational
participation, Torah reading and
interpretation of weekly Biblical
portion, in a sermonette by Rabbi
witman.
Members of the confirmation
class help to conduct the serv-
ices. Parents and friends are
cordially invited.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At this Friday evening services
the names of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Bluma Ja-
nette Burger, wife of Norman
Burger, daughter of Mrs. Nettie
Altschul; William Friedman,
brother of S. S. Friedman; Rachel
Kaufman, mother of Mrs. R. W.
Apte and Mrs. Henry Gaggstat-
ter.
Yahrzeits: Esther Sher, moth-
er of Mrs. S. C. Levenson, Mrs. J.
L. Jacobstein and Mrs. A. Gor-
don; Alex Kleiman, father of
Herbert E. Kleiman; Jacob
Fleischer, father of Mrs. L. Snet-
man; William Slote, father of B.
W. Slote: Abraham Richter.
father of Jos. A. Richter; Bar-
bara Eichengreen, mother of
David Eichengreen; I. Louis Ros-
endorf, husband of Mrs. Blanch
Rosendorf, and father of S. How-
ard Rosendorf.
Donation in memory of Bluma
Janctte Burger, sent by Norman
Burger.
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vJewtstrkw-Mlar
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1941
Noted Educator
To Appear Here
Dr. Emanuel Gamoran
Nationally known educator, lec-
turer and author, who will speak
at Temple Israel this evening.
FORMING NEW LEAGUE
All those interested in joining
the new bowling league to be
formed by the Y M H A pleat
at the Miami Recreation C< nter
Thursday evening at 7 p.m.
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PLEASED BY VISIT
10 LAND OF ISRAEL
Jerus WNSPal< r Ag-
Ha I a
- ry n
rid lowr fron Tiberi
ralian Pri '' tei Bob"t.
" Mi told nc
inl :
:: that he had
i by the
n reclai ind up-
buil lii g thai had witnessed.
Accompanied on the motor
;. High Commissioner
Id MacNichael and by
Commander of the Australian
rial Forces Lieutenant-Gen-
eral Sir Thomas Blarney, both of
m had traveled up to the
northern inland seaport to meet
..-: Mr. Menzies had had the
: "unity to acquire first-hand
-: wledge of the vast improve-
.-. nts of which he had heard so
much, he said.
He declared that Australia had
a very great interest in Palestine,
whose historic position he char-
acterized as the most important.
"We watch with great in- I I
the work done here in land re-
clamation and settlement." he
emphasized. "I was tremendously
interested while coming from
Tiberias to see the large tracts
of country- that have been re-
claimed from the swamps.
This is a very impressive
country to visit." he added, ex-
plaining that the original skepti-
cism felt in Australia about the
possibilities of settlement of this
kind had rapidly faded in re-
cent years as the result of the
yoeman service performed by the
Yishuv and noted with admira-
tion by his countrymen.
GAITHER TO FEATURE
FILM AWARD WINNER
Isabel Jewell. Hollywood Star.
will be featured next week at
the Gant Gaither Theatre in'
. of January 16th."
M la> night a
prea nl I ev< ry i rung thro..
Sunday. It will be thi pre-
: thi ason,
Jewell winner
Fiim Academy Award for
and star of over eighty
n pictures including "Lost
S itl rbrain," "N rth
Wi st Passage." and "Tale of Tw<
Cities." will plaj the part of
Andre, stenographer ac-
cused of murder and on trial for
The production will be unusual
in that the theatre will be turned
Is Appointed F. I. C.
Technical Advisor
10
P
luivi isihu
ji
:. WNS Tl A
: : in occu
tion of
N !' '

ict that 500 I
til] permitted to
tr. at non-Jewish pati nts, it was
formal protest.
:., a ai led th n
jewisl : wi i to
tr j, nts only.
Meanwhile, the Vichy govern-
ment announced that two Jewish
public officials, both of them war
veterans, would be exemptd from
the anti-Jewish statute barring
Ji -ii civil service employees
They are Armand Mayer, state
mining engineer, who established
the first soil mechanics la:
tory in France, and Pierre Lion.
mining engineer and internation-
el power expert
Isabel Jewell
/-
GO MODERN!
0 SEABOARD!
BEN V. COHEN SLATED
FOR LONDON POST
Washington (WNS)Benjamin
V. Cohen, prominent Jewish at-
torney and former member of the
New Deal "brain trust," will ac-
company Ambassador John G.
Winant to London as legal coun-
se >r, it was r. liably r< ported
hero. Mr. Cohen was counsel to
the American Zionist delegation
at London and Pi-ris from 1919 to
1921.
Mr. Cohen, credited with the
drafting of important New Deal
legislation, is a trustee of the Pa-
lestine Endowment Fund and a
| director of the Palestine Econ-
omic Corporation.
presented as a public trial rather
than a stage production. The
script is being revised and local-
ized and many of the court at-
tendants will be local people
from the police department.
The play has two endings,
guilty or not guilty, according to
the decision rendered by the
jury. Each evening the jury will
be made up of prominent local
men and celebrities man of whom
will be performing jury duty for
the first time.
The play will be directed by-
Bertram Harrison and will have
settings by Willis Knighton.
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DANES BOYCOTT NAZI
ANTI-JEWISH BOOKS
Stockholm (WNS)An elabor-
ate display of books in Copen-
hagen was boycotted by the Dan-
ish capital's population because
the Nazi supervisors of the ex-
hibition insisted on featuring vi-
olently anti-Jewish books, it was
reported here. The boycott was
indicative of the average Danish
citizen's' attitude toward the Nazi
inspired anti-Jewish regulations.
JEWS AND ARAJ>S TO
FORM NEW REGIMENT
Jen; al : WNSPalcor Ag-
ency!New Jewish and Arab
companies are to be formed with-
in the famous Royal East Kent
Regiment, known as the Buffs.
it wa officially announced. The
government statement that re-
sumption of recruiting in the
Buffs Regiment would now be
permitted, and that 500 addition-
al volunteers would be given
the opportunity to join, declared
that the authorities "invite 2501
Jewish and 250 Arab volunteers
to join immediately.''
Enthusiasm for the formation
of Yishuv companies, which thus
far have only faintly tapped the :
available Jewish manpower
which the Jewish agency has re-
peatedly offered for the defense
Of Eretz Israel and for participa-
tion in the broader British pro-
gram against Nazi agression. has
been reflected in the participa-
tion of workers and in the steady
departure of Jewish recruits.
James E. Chace of Gainesville,
above, has been appointed to the
position of technical advisor by
the Florida Industrial Commis-
sion. Commission Chairman Boyce
Williams In announcing the ap-
pointment, stated that Chace
vould act as technical advisor to
the commission, and be Is co-
ordinator between the different
-tepartmrnts of the commission.
The departments under the super-
vision of the commission are the
Workmen's Compensation division,
the State Employment service, and
the Unemployment Compensation
llv'irlnn,
The administrative expenses ot
the Unemployment Compensation
division and the State Employment
service are paid by the federal
Tnvernment and the 'oclal Se-
urit.v Board acts in an advisor*
ifiacitv In the administration o(
h-.se two divisions.
Chace romes to the commission
rrnm the University of Florida
where for the past eleven years
'ie has been a member of the
'acuity of the College of Business
Vlministration. During the past
'wo ani a half years he has been
npervisor of the merit division ot
he commission, and it was under
his supervision that the merit
rt*m was Installed In the on
ir>"l-vmnt compensation dlv'slon
ind the state employment service
'Ie also supervised the recent ex-
aminations that will place the
hire of the personnel of the state
velfare board nn.ler this system
' """"I seleetlon
JEWISH UNIT LEAVES ISRAEL
Tel Aviv (WNSPalcor Ag-
ency)A fourth Jewish military
unit left Eretez Israel for active
service on an undesignated front,
it was officially announced her-.'
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when she notifies her parents rP r,l"lS objecl- Jin ^pes and
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Jennies mother finally deTidW K. (te Pay of Atonement) that
rabbi in order to save her huaSt.!?. 5k the advice of yun
ufkiJH? home- ^ is during ,h?s Hr0, try to brin8 her daueh"
la heard singing "Kol Nidre" dramatic episode that the choir
Joseph ShoengoSYeUo ZweS' Li'lianna- Mcnaaha Oppenheim.
werung, and Leon Liebgold.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1941
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PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Y" Basketball Season Now in
Full Swing
With half of the season com-
pleted, the Y. M. H. A. has made
a most remarkable showing win-
ning 11 of 13 games played to
date. Their only two losses were
suffered at the hands of the ro-
bust Miami U. and the Y. M. C.
A Triangles. The Y, led by their
star and manager, Mickey Lubel,
have amassed a grand total of 561
points, an average of 40 per
game against their opponents'
360 points, averaging 25 per
game. Among the teams defeat-
ed were: Westminster Cagers, 36
to 20: Pan American, 39 to 12;
Tampa Y. M. H. A., home and
home, two games, 43 to 21 and
31 to 28; Cunningham's, 50 to 19;
Kappa Sigma. 34 to 28; U. of
Miami Frosh, 44 to 19; Y. M. C.
A. Triangles, 37 to 27; Graham
Dairy. 57 to 37; Gesu Church, 61
to 30; and Eastern Air Lines, 39
to 30. During this same period
our stalwart Jr. Y. M. H. A. team
has won all its games trouncing
the Beach team 69-51, Cunning-
ham's Juniors 26-12, and St. So-
phia. 29-7. Not bad, eh what?
To stimulate greater attend-
ance interest, the committee dis-
cussed the matter and we decid-
ed (Lew Safan, Micky Lubel,
Maurice Grossman, and your
scribe) that starting this Sunday
and every Thursday and Sunday
until the end of the season, a
small fee of 10c only be charged
for admission to the games and
dancing afterwards.
New we intend leaving the
rest to you in helping bring the
crowds here. All the players
have worked hard to win for the
Y and are deserving of your sup-
port. Lets show up enmasse
come this Sunday.
Jr. Y. M. H. A. Notes
Last Monday night a new
group was organized at the Y
consisting of boys and girls rang-
ing from the ages of 18 to 25.
The Junior Division will be dis-
continued, and henceforth there
will be two groups, one of boys
and girls ranging from the ages
of 16 to 18, and the other one 18
to 25. Mildred Berkowitz was
appointed temporary chairman
and Shirley Rothschild temporary
secretary. It is required that all
boys and girls desiring to join
these groups communicate with
Maurice Grossman, executive di-
rector.
Welcome B'nai B'rith
The first meeting of Sholem
Lodge B'nai B'rith under the new
administration was held at the
Y. M. H. A. last Tuesday eve-
ning. A discussion arose as to
permanent quarters for this
Lodge. We are very happy that
the membership decided to hold
their meetings permanently at the
Y. M. H. A. We think that this
will be the beginning of a plan
to build a Community Center.
Y-Ettes
Dan Cupid and his bow and
arrow will strike with a gala af-
fair consisting of a dance plus
some fine entertainment to be
held at the Y. M. H. A. on Satur-
day, February 15. This annual
St. Valentine's Day party has al-
ways been a big success, and we
do not see an reason why all you
folks attending will not enjoy
yourselves as in past years. Ad-
mission is but 10c stag and 15c
drag, which means but one
thing, the desire for each young
boy to get himself a date for this
affair. If more need be said, it
can be said on the night of the
affair.
News Around Town
It looked like a raid for a min-
ute at the Y last Wednesday but
it was only our new assistant at-
torney general paying the Y a
social call and believe you me,
we were all mighty happy to see
E. Albert Pallot. His valuable
counsel and advice have played
a tremendous part in the growth
of the Y and we know he will
continue to offer his counsel
where it will help further the
progress of the Y in days and
years to come.
All boys 16 years and up are
urged to sign up for the Daily
News annual Golden Gloves
Tourney Feb. 19 and 20. If in-
terested report to the Y. M. H. A.
athletic committe, where you
will be given the coaching need-
ed by the one and only Slapsie
Maxie Rosenbloom. Just phone
3-4012 and ask for Joe Schaeffer,
Maurice Grossman, Lew Safan
or your correspondent for partic-
ulars, but hurry.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene.
fit of all organization! In Greater Miami, depends for ita success upon
the continued co-operation of every group 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 datei at early
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.
BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL FOURTH TUESDAY of every month
open every week in the year and regular meeting of National Hume
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning. October 20, 1940, ending
Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941.
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One of fhe (Q) Varieties
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will meet with Mrs. Oscar
G. Bender at a luncheon and
board meeting on Tuesday, Feb.
18th, at the Victor Hotel. Miami
Beach, at noon.
Mrs. Bender, member of the
national board of Hadassah, the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America, has been active in Zi-
onist affairs since her youth. Af-
ter her graduation from the Phil-
adelphia High School for Girls
land Gratz College, where she re-
ceived her early Jewish training,
Mrs. Bender organized the first
Young Judea club in America
and became its first president.
She taught in Philadelphia's
Hebrew and Sunday schools be-
fore she joined Hadassah in 1927.
It is characteristic of her deep
sense of responsibility and her
superlative executive ability that
she should have accepted respon-
sible posts in Hadassah immedi-
ately upon her assumption of
mature Zionist work. She was
secretary, then president of the
West Philadelphia group between
the years 1928-1930. and served
later as full president of the en-
tire Philadelphia chapter. Mrs.
Bender became a member of the
national board in 1935. was re-
elected to that post in 1938 and
is now active in the work of the
Eastern region where she is or-
ganization chairman.
Her thorough grasp of Zionist
affairs, and her deep understand-
ing of Jewish life both in this
country end abroad have made
Mrs. Bender a valued worker for
Hadassah. She also serves on the
board of directors of the Allied
j Jewish Appeal in her home city,
and as vice-chairman for the Un-
ited Charities Campaign.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior Huilassah.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of earn, month, regular meeting of
Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowltz
Post.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH,
Women's Division, American Jew.
ish Congress
FOURTH .MONDAY every month,
board meeting. Senior Hadassah.
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
ifor Jewish Children. Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING Y.
JuJS.- A- Athletics at Y Clubroonw.
EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. 8. Katz Kau-
J' "a"' ,rorn 10 o o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Atayptl Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the borne of Mrs.
C. H. Aill.-r
EVERY WEDNESDAY
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
Temple '
Senior Ha-
9 to 4
Veatry
P. M. at Temple Israel
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
J. w'.".' A- Sewl"8 Clawaes bene.
flt Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B nal B'rith bowling games
: mon. eve^y^hu^day^a^unSay
at Center. Euclid Ave. and 14th
Place.
SEy:PvP AN'P TOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
Basketball and Dance'
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfaon's
home. 10G9 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
FEBRUARY
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-
Purim Ball, Miami Civic
Center
24Jewish Welfare Bureau,
Night of Stars, Olympia The-
atre.
25Ladies Auxiliary M. J O. C.
pre-Purim Ball, Miami Wo-
men's Club.
26Men's Club, Temple Israel,
Card party.
26Nat'l. Home Jewish Child-
ren, Denver, reception for
Mrs. Fannie Lorber, Gros-
singer Beach Hotel, 8 p. m.
17Beth Jacob Sisterhood, mah 26~Y w- H- A- board meeting.
jongg and card party, Flori-
dian Hotel, 1:30 p. m.
18-Sophie Tucker luncheon, at
Terrace Restaurant, benefit
National Children's Cardiac
Home.
18Beth Jacob Sisterhood affair
18Board meeting, Sr. Hadas-
sah, Victor Hotel.
19
cards to follow.
27Men's Club Temple Israel
entertainment rally.
MARCH
5Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
5Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A.
6Youth and Democracy rally,
Scottish Rite Temple.
Miami Community Forum, 12 y7w'h"a board'meeting.
to ScnIEleuIsr?eli 19~Y- w H A Bok of Month
19Brotherhood Week Celetora- Group
0, Vn.iV Ya M- ? A 23Bazaar at Y. M. H. A.
2310th Annual Concert. Beth 26Y. W. H. A. general meeting,
David Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. program.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1941
The ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
In a remarkable address be-
fore a recent national conference
: the Anti-Defamation League.
Sigmund Livingston, its founder
and present chairman, said: "We
have nothing to fear from truth,
but everything to f<--ar from ig-
norance. There is not a single
accusation made against Jewry
which cannot be answered truth-
fully with full confidence ... In
this country we have freedom of
'P<-ch and press. This freedom
was primarily given so that truth
could be disseminated. Tnis pri-
vilege is denied in Nazi, Fascist
and Communist countries. Let us
use this privilege to make known
the truth. Let the truth as to
(very accusation be made avail-
able to everyone willing to learn
or listen.
It will mean the security of
the Jew in this land, and more
it will mean the preservation of
our American sacred traditions.
It will mean the defeat of the on-
slaught against American democ-
racy. It will keep burning the
star of hope in the stormy sky
over the persecuted of the world.
It will mean that truth cannot
be suffocated by the laws of
dictators. It will mean that sanity
still lives in a part of this world
We can win this struggle. The
truth, when fully known, always
wins. Dictators deny the freedom
of speech because they know that
against truth, when known, they
cannot endure ."
In keeping with the philosophy
of Mr. Livingston, vital to the
program of the ADL is the dis-
tribution of literature dealing
with various phases of Jewish
life, particularly with misconcep-
tions about the Jewish people.
Internally, the building up of the
psychological attitude of the Jew
has been undertaken through
fireside qroups which are sup-
ported with proper material for
study and discussion. One phase
of the activity of the Florida re-
gional office includes literature
distribution. When any member
;of the Jewish community needs
material, either for his own in-
formation or for the sake of clar-
ifying questions in the mind of
his non-Jewish friends, he should
feel free to call upon the ADL
j office. Among the latest pam-
-.. u an I reprints to be rec< iv< i
for distribution are: "The Sin of
Anti-Semitism" by Father James
N. Doyle: "America's Little Hit-
: lers" by Roy Tozier; "We Shall
Not Die" by Philip M Raskin:
The Fifth Column is Here" by
' George Britt.
Sad to say. in many instances
1 our own Jewish people are gros-
sly ignorant of many elementary
facts and are not in a position to
refute common fallacies when
jthey hear them repeated by oth-
iers. One of the most frequently
) repeated accusations against Jews
i during the past three years has
been that as refugees they are
flooding this country. William
1 Dudley Pelley, the notorius fas-
cist and anti-Semite has even
coined a term for "refugee,"
using instead the word "refujew."
In the light of these circum-
stances. Jews should note with
gratification and store away in
their minds a statement issued
last week by K. Brent Woodruff,
executive director of the Ameri-
'can Committee for Christian Re-
fugees, Inc., that refugees coming
to this country are about 60^c
Christian and 40" Jewish. The
same report showed an increase
of 817c in the number of Chris-
tian refugees aided in 1940 by
the committee. These figures are
worth remembering the next time
anyone reverts to the old charge
that it is Jewish refugees almost
exclusively who are flocking to
these shores.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
pre-Purim ball, which will take
place this Sunday, February 16
at the Miami Civic Center Mi
Ruth Brotman. noted lyric so-
prano, will be heard in a selec-
tion of Yiddish and R-
songs. There will also be a num-
ber of night club entertainers.
Mrs. Isador Cohen, general chair-
man, and her committee, consist-
ing of Mesdames Michael Arn-
old. Chas. Abbott. Sam Ehrlich.
Isador Fine, J. M. Fine. Elix
Hinkes. Frances Horn. Norman
Jacobs. Isador Langner. Louis
Margulies. Morris Pepper. Chas.
Peretzman, Jean Seitlin. S. J.
Pallott. Sol Weinkle, and Sam
Weissel: also Messrs. Sidney H.
Palmer, Norman Jacobs. Louis
Margulies, Isador Fine. Morris
Pepper and Norman Wcisman.
entertainment chairman, wish to
announce that a number of
awards have been provided and
all attending this gala affair will
be eligible for same. Extensive
plans have been made for this
evening, and we strongly urge all
members, friends and the general
public to aid us in this construct-
ive enterprise for it is the only-
great affair sponsored by the Sis-
terhood. If you desire to aid us
in this work please phone 2-1473.
Prizes for the state which has the
largest representation will be
awarded. Remember. Sunday
evening. February 16th at Miami
Civic Center at 9 o'clock.
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Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5.3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4260
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Mrs. Meyer Sehwartz. 2-1864
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The first official meeting of
the year started off with a bang.
Promptlv at 8:30. as per advance
S the meetmg was opened
bvBre, Roth. It was announced
that Bro. Aronovitz was up State
our president walked in. This is
a symbol I thi type of meeting
the" presid nt wantsplentj oi
speed Bro. Aronovitz again an-
nounced that he wants more lay
members and less attorneys
speaking at meetings and that no
meeting would go beyond 11 prn.
It was a pleasure to see him
actually carry this out. The only
exception was the "minutes
which lasted fifteen minutes but
which will be held within the
bounds from now on.
The president read a list oi
appointments for committees and
I suggested that anyone anxious
to do work should communicate
with him. He will either appoint
the brother to a standing com-
mittee or if necessary manufac-
ture a new committee. Bro. Rudy
Adler. chaiTnan of the member-
ship committee, when asked to
give his report, said that he-
would be unable to make it until
after the Jewish Welfare "Night
of Stars" was held on the 24th.
Whereupon he proceeded to sub-
mit 11 new applications. At that
rate we will really have some-
thing to look forward to from
Rudy after the "Night of Stars"
show is successfully concluded.
Incidentally, everyone is urged to
see this taient extravaganza, the
proceeds from which will go to a
most worthwhile cause. Friend
Rudy is chairman of this annual
affair, as he has been from its
inception.
Johnny Kronenfeld, chairman
of the A. Z. A. committee report-
ed that the Jr. group was spon-
soring a Youth and Democracy
Rally on March 6th at the Scot-
tish Rite Temple in Miami in
conjunction with every Jewish
and non-Jewish youth organiza-
tion in this community. Put this
down on your calendar as a
"must attend" meeting.
The Resolutions committee,
under Al Mechlowitz, presented
resolutions expressing the Lod-
ge's feeing of loss at the decease
of Bro. George Rosenthal and
our non-Jewish friend Frank B.
Stoneman. A moment of respect-
ful silence was observed.
Bro. Roth, reporting on the fi-
nances of the Lodge, urged all
members to pay their dues
promptly and to try to secure as
many new members as possible.
We have a very large budget and
we will be unable to carry on the
Bnai Brith program for the year
unless iiis admonition is observ-
ed. All committee chairmen are
requested to present to Burnett
their financial needs for the y< ar
The sick and visiting committee
was noticable by its absence from
the meeting. Unfortunately, its
chairman. Dr. Benjamin Landau
is confined at home himself Drop
in and cheer him up.
Many of our brethren will re-
call wiih pleasure the splendid
theatre party last year at the
Gain Galther Theatre. The play-
was "The Guardsman" and afu r-
wards there was dancing on the
stage and excellent refreshments
were served, Well. Bro. Mechlo-
witz announced that an thei
theatre paily is in store for the
m mbers March 3rd or 10th. This
season bigger stars are being
pn sented so a capacity house is
expected. The entire theatre will
be exclusively for Ben Briths and
we will also liave dancing and
refreshments.
At the last State Federation
convention in Hollywood, a mo-
tion was passed that each lodge
would be assessed $1.00 per m. m-
I 0Vu b2ks on December
31st, 1940 said sum to be used
for state student union work
Bro. Elry Stone, the new state
chairman of student union saw
i'Li'i aiihlS mc*mfS that the
Lodge did not forget its obliga-
l;> hlS f,hoJuld "" as another
gentle reminder to pay your dues
promptly because thl- Lodge
needs some money
We were afforded the pleasure
f Tr!!"^,1*"1 Boxerman "he
new ADL Florida director, at our
recent banquet. We were intro-
duced at this week's meeting to
Bro. Boxerman's assistant. Ben
Gedalicia. When the national of-
fice said it was opening up an
office here, it evidently was not
kidding. Mr. Gedalicia issued a
call for 100 volunteers to do
ADL work for about two hours
each in about a week. If inter-
ested get Lfl touch with the ADL
office in the Seybold Bldg., im-
mediately.
Speaking of volunteers, Bro.
Aronovitz is seeking man power
to aid the community chest in
their pending drive. Call the
Bnai Brith office if you can spare
the time. I do not believe it is
necessary to tell you how im-
portant it is for all of us to sup-
port the drive.
Quite a discussion took place
with reference to a permanent
meeting place of the Lodge. This
week's meeting was held at the
Y. M. H. A. the Y has been the
instigator of thought in regard to
a community center and is the
nucleus for such a project. The
Y has urged Bnai Brith to coop-
erate in this monumental under-
taking. As a token of our accord
on the subject, the Lodge voted
to meet hereafter at the Y until
further notice. We will be in-
terested to note your comments
with regard to a community cen-
ter and particularly your reaction
to meeting at the Y. Bro. Isidor
Goldstein, one of our leading
philanthropists offered to give the
first donation toward the erection
of a community center. Let's
make the snowball grow.
Having reached the end of a
column. I will, in the next issue,
tell about the excellent address
made by lur guest speaker, Dr
Ashe. president of U. of Miami.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1941 %  "Jewist ncrkUar) Additional Society The bar mitzvah of Charles Zalis. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis. will take place Saturday, Feb. 22 at Beth David Synagogue with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Open house will be held Sunday. Feb. 23, 8 p. m. at his home. 5(i2 N. W. 48 street to which all friends are cordially invited. • • • Israel Lightman of Lowell, Mass is visiting with his two daughters, Sarah and Dorothy, on Miami Beach, where he will spend the winter. • • • Sophie Tucker will be guest of honor at a celebrity luncheon sponsored by National Children's Cardiac Home, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1 p. m. at the Terrace Restaurant. Tickets are $3.00 per person. Mrs. Oscar Frankel will be chairman of the day. For reservations phone Mrs. Leopold Marcus, 5-4140; or Mrs. Stanley Jacob, 5-4206. A gala program of entertainment in charge of Miss Tucker has been arranged for the afternoon. • • • Rabbis Levanthal. Rosenberg and Goldman are here for a two weeks visit in the interests of the Federated Charity Institutions of Palestine consisting of 131 individual institutions. With the approval of the local Rabbis they are making an intensive campaign among tourists of our county. PAGE THREE West Palm ..... 'A Beach MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Bris Milan cert monies for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brodii were held Tuesday men-nine ;it St, Mary's Hospital. Rev. Kaufman officiated. Discussing plans for the benefit "Night of Stars" show to be held at the Olympia Theatre. February 7u Y TJ J ''5> Welfare Bureau shown above are. center. Mrs. Bertha B. Levy, ticket chairlady. On the left, Rudy R. Adler. general chairman, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers; right. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs and Mrs. Edward Friedman. Mrs. Gertrude Backer is visiting with her brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Rothschild of Miami where she will remain for several weeks. • • • Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner spiritual leader of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. A special meeting and bingo game was held Tuesday evening at the Miami Beach Jewish Center by the Sisterhood of the organization. • • • 10th Annual Grand Concert under the direction of Abraham Bramson will take place at the Beth David Auditorium Sunday, Feb. 23, 8:30 p.m. The program will be announced next week. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldberg and daughter, Shirley, of New York are spending the season at Miami Beach. Mrs. Goldberg is a sister of Mrs. Hyman Laibson, Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Krim, Newark, N. J. announce the engagement of their daughter Lillian to Henry Berman, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Bcrman of Newark. • • • New arrivals at the Bell Court Apts., 2901 Sheridan Ave., Miami Beach are: Harold Jacobs, A. Klein, Irving Kay, of Newark, New Jersey. 3 BIG DAYS PLAZA Theatre—South End Washington Avenue—Miami Beach 3 BIG DAYS TUES. THURS F EB. 18 20th Another Great Jewish Talking and Singing Picture! // KOL NIDRE // with CANTOR LEIBELE WALDMAN, the JOEL FEIG DOUBLE CHOIR and the YIDDISHE BAND from POLAND Regular Prices—1500 Comfortable Seats at 25c, 2 to 6:30 Lewis A. Oates, British Consul in Miami, will be the guest speaker at the Beefeaters Dinner which will be held at the Blackstone Hotel, on Feb. 15th for the benefit of the British American Ambulance Corps. Mrs. Walter A. Dcims is the originator of the Beefeaters in America, and this dinner is one of the many being given throughout the country as a drive by the corps, of which the Beefeaters is an auxiliary, to raise $300,000 for airplane ambulances for the British Royal Air Force. Lord Marley, deputy leader of the House of Lords, is a national sponsor of these series. Mrs. Alexander Orr. Jr., wife of Mayor Orr of Miami is honorary chairman, with Mrs. Alfred Stone as general chairman. Executive secretary, Mrs. Sidney Wien; treasurer, Mrs. Wm. I. Boxerman. program chairman, Mrs. W. G. Chown; chairman of arrangements, Mrs. Mitchel Wolfson; chairman of hotel committee, Mrs. David Harrison; telephone committee chairman, Mrs. Leonard Wien. An interesting entertainment program has been arranged. Tickets may be purchased from committee members or at the Blackstone Hotel. The price of admission is $3.50 per person with the entire proceeds being donated to the British-American Ambulance Corps. • • • The Sigma Phi Kappa sorority recently held a rush tea in the form of a kiddy party at the home of Mindell Warfield, Miami Beach. "CLOWN PRINCE OF CAFES" INTRODUCES NEW SONG Mr. and Mrs. J. Brenner. Dr. and Mrs. Dave Silvcrman and son. Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Black, Roanoke, Va.. and Miss Sylvia Lyons, Hagerstown, Md.. relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adclman. have arrived in Miami where they will remain for several weeks. Joint me. ting of B'nai B'ritii Lodge number 1146. the Auxiliary and A. Z. A. were held a: Scher Hall Monday night. President of B'nai B'rith, Dave Katz presided. Principal speaker was Dr. E. Saxl. formerly of Austria, now a student at Stetson U. Mrs. Sol Rubin has been ill at home. Don Isaac Levine, nationally known writer, and Mrs. Levine are guests in Palm Beach. Mr. Levine and the late General Krivetsky collaborated on a series of articles for the Saturday Evening Post. Louis Goldstein observed Yahrzeit services at Temple Beth El recently. Morris Schir is ill at his home. MOYNE IS NAMED AS COLONIAL SECRETARY London (WNS>—Walter Edward Guiness, First Baron of Moyne sincee 1852. has been nam.'d British Secretary of State for the Colonies to succeed Lord Lloyd, who died last week after a brief illness. The new 60-yearold colonial secretary has had a varied career, serving as undersecretary of state for war in 1922. financial secretary to the treasury in 1924. and minister of agriculture from 1925 to 1929. Lord Moyne demonstrated his sympathy for Jewish suffering under Nazi persecution when he contributed 1.000 pounds to the Polish Jewish Relief Fund. He said at the time that he hoped his money could be used to bring Polish Jewish leaders to Palestine, which, he was quoted as saying, is the best haven for Jewish refugees. H. M. Drewich President Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. ANA RECHTSCHAFFER Gives Hebrew and Jewish Private Lessons at a Very Reasonable Price Phone 2-3886 — 4-4277 111 N. E. 20th Terrace HOLLYWOOD MOVIE STAR GOES ON TRIAL FOR MURDER! IN THE THRILLING PLAY III II MR. FOSTER'S STORE GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Headquarters for OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE "Remember the Address" 33 N. E. 1ST AVENUE PHONE 3-7694 Joe E. Lewis, the far-famed "Clown Price of Cafes," who is starred along with Sophie Tucker, Harry Richman, Paul Whiteman and the Chandra-Kaly Dancers, in "Sand in My Shoes," the extravaganza at Ben Marden's Colonial Inn. is currently introducing a new repertoire of his delightful an delirious song sketches. Among the new comedy songs he is featuring are the "H. V. Kaltenborn Blues," which already has caused wide comment, "Everybody Has a Zipper," and the "Singing Telegramist." Along with these he is also featuring his inimitable "Sam, You Made the Pants Too Long" and "Porgy and Bess." Night of January 16tlV OPENING MONDAY NIGHT. FEBRUARY 17 THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. FEBRUARY 23 Prices: Evenings. $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75 Sunday Matinee: $.55, $.83, $1.10, $1.65 Curtain: Evening at Nine—Matinee at Three Gant Gaither Theatre 1920 Alton Road, Miami Beach TICKET OFFICES: Miami: Burdine's Travel Bureau Coral Gables: Stone's, 206 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Hollywood: Kimbell's Book Shop Miami Beach: Doubleday, Doran, Lincoln Road, Caviar Jack's, 456 41st Street TELEPHONE 4-4240 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. PETERSON. Diltrict Manager „,.„,.„ FORMS FOR EVERT B17RINKSS PHASE ?r, K t ?K A SIN 9..^,^S CEIV N 5 STOCKKEKl'INU PRODUCTION bELUNG — CREDITS — SHIPPING — INVOICING — ACCOUNTING COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE ELSE \ % 



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PAGE SK vJewtstrkw-Mlar FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1941 Noted Educator To Appear Here Dr. Emanuel Gamoran Nationally known educator, lecturer and author, who will speak at Temple Israel this evening. FORMING NEW LEAGUE All those interested in joining the new bowling league to be formed by the Y M H A pleat at the Miami Recreation C< nter Thursday evening at 7 p.m. 0ff The Diesel-electric Route to New York and the East Famous, All-Pullman ORANGE BLOSSOM • SPECIAL • 26'.'4 Houri, Miami to Nw York 600* HP. Diesel-cleetric locomotives. New, ..mooth-riding comfort at bigh >peed. Completely air conditioned. Club, lounge, dining and %  tleepinc rar. Florida's blue-ribbon irjin. 16th *eason. l.v. Miami 1:15 I'M. daily. Thret other trains daily from Mi. mi to the East including the Sil • r Meteor. famotU streamlined coacti tr.iin. Cor.iult Tick*! Agonl or T. W. lucked, A.GP.A., 173 E. Flogltr Si. Miami Ttl.: 3-8391 PREMIER HIGHLY PLEASED BY VISIT 10 LAND OF ISRAEL Jerus WNS—Pal< r AgHa I a %  • ry • n rid lowr fron Tiberi ralian Pri %  tei Bob"t. %  Mi told nc inl :• • :••: that he had i by the n reclai ind upbuil lii g thai had witnessed. Accompanied on the motor %  ;. High Commissioner Id MacNichael and by Commander of the Australian rial Forces Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Blarney, both of m had traveled up to the northern inland seaport to meet ..-: Mr. Menzies had had the : "unity to acquire first-hand -:• wledge of the vast improve.-•.• nts of which he had heard so much, he said. He declared that Australia had a very great interest in Palestine, whose historic position he characterized as the most important. "We watch with great inI I the work done here in land reclamation and settlement." he emphasized. "I was tremendously interested while coming from Tiberias to see the large tracts of country that have been reclaimed from the swamps. This is a very impressive country to visit." he added, explaining that the original skepticism felt in Australia about the possibilities of settlement of this kind had rapidly faded in recent years as the result of the yoeman service performed by the Yishuv and noted with admiration by his countrymen. GAITHER TO FEATURE FILM AWARD WINNER Isabel Jewell. Hollywood Star. will be featured next week at the Gant Gaither Theatre in' •. of January 16th." • M %  la> night a prea nl I ev< ry %  i rung thro.. Sunday. It will be thi pre: thi •• ason, Jewell winner Fiim Academy Award for and star of over eighty n pictures including "Lost S itl rbrain," "N rth Wi st Passage." and "Tale of Tw< Cities." will plaj the part of Andre, stenographer accused of murder and on trial for The production will be unusual in that the theatre will be turned Is Appointed F. I. C. Technical Advisor 10 P luivi ISIHU %  JI : WNS —Tl A : :• in occu tion of N '• •• %  ic t that 500 I til] permitted to tr. at non-Jewish pati nts, it was formal protest. •:., A • ai led th n j ew isl • : wi i to t r j, %  • • nts only. Meanwhile, the Vichy government announced that two Jewish public officials, both of them war veterans, would be exemptd from the anti-Jewish statute barring Ji -ii civil service employees They are Armand Mayer, state mining engineer, who established the first soil mechanics la: tory in France, and Pierre Lion. mining engineer and internationel power expert Isabel Jewell /-• GO MODERN! 0 SEABOARD! BEN V. COHEN SLATED FOR LONDON POST Washington (WNS)—Benjamin V. Cohen, prominent Jewish attorney and former member of the New Deal "brain trust," will accompany Ambassador John G. Winant to London as legal counse >r, it was r. liably r< ported hero. Mr. Cohen was counsel to the American Zionist delegation at London and Pi-ris from 1919 to 1921. Mr. Cohen, credited with the drafting of important New Deal legislation, is a trustee of the Palestine Endowment Fund and a | director of the Palestine Economic Corporation. presented as a public trial rather than a stage production. The script is being revised and localized and many of the court attendants will be local people from the police department. The play has two endings, guilty or not guilty, according to the decision rendered by the jury. Each evening the jury will be made up of prominent local men and celebrities man of whom will be performing jury duty for the first time. The play will be directed byBertram Harrison and will have settings by Willis Knighton. COLONIAL INN ACCLAIMED BY PRESS AND PUBLIC HARRY (licUman JOE E. Jieudi. WITH AUSTIN MACK AT THE PIANO PAUL WITH JACK OOLOCN AT THC PIANO SOPHIE WITH no •-A-IHO ANO HIS 12 PICCC ORCHCSTHA AT THC PIANO WITH ANN %  UTHCHIANO *1Ute* SIUHUA AtifUUy-9, 12 and 2:30 a. m. DINNER S3.SO (NO cove) -•• ••'* *•<" '*• !*• Irom our ghn incloitd bar. No minimum Bar ec*oa or 5 P M oacas OPTIIHU OINNCK IUO TO 10:O0 %  UPPER 10 TO CLOSINO FEDERAL HIGHWAY at HALLANDALE AOJACCNT TO OULrTCAM NACBTNACK %  IIKVATIDNI, PMONI HOLLYWDOD IIO DANES BOYCOTT NAZI ANTI-JEWISH BOOKS Stockholm (WNS)—An elaborate display of books in Copenhagen was boycotted by the Danish capital's population because the Nazi supervisors of the exhibition insisted on featuring violently anti-Jewish books, it was reported here. The boycott was indicative of the average Danish citizen's' attitude toward the Nazi inspired anti-Jewish regulations. JEWS AND ARAJ>S TO FORM NEW REGIMENT Jen; al : WNS—Palcor Agency!—New Jewish and Arab companies are to be formed within the famous Royal East Kent Regiment, known as the Buffs. it wa officially announced. The government statement that resumption of recruiting in the Buffs Regiment would now be permitted, and that 500 additional volunteers would be given the opportunity to join, declared that the authorities "invite 2501 Jewish and 250 Arab volunteers to join immediately.'' Enthusiasm for the formation of Yishuv companies, which thus far have only faintly tapped the : available Jewish manpower which the Jewish agency has repeatedly offered for the defense Of Eretz Israel and for participation in the broader British program against Nazi agression. has been reflected in the participation of workers and in the steady departure of Jewish recruits. James E. Chace of Gainesville, above, has been appointed to the position of technical advisor by the Florida Industrial Commission. Commission Chairman Boyce Williams In announcing the appointment, stated that Chace vould act as technical advisor to the commission, and be Is coordinator between the different -tepartmrnts of the commission. The departments under the supervision of the commission are the Workmen's Compensation division, the State Employment service, and the Unemployment Compensation llv'irlnn, The administrative expenses ot the Unemployment Compensation division and the State Employment service are paid by the federal Tnvernment and the 'oclal Se%  urit.v Board acts in an advisor* •ifiacitv In the administration o( h-.se two divisions. Chace romes to the commission rrnm the University of Florida where for the past eleven years 'ie has been a member of the 'acuity of the College of Business Vlministration. During the past 'wo ani a half years he has been npervisor of the merit division ot he commission, and it was under his supervision that the merit rt*m was Installed In the on •ir>"l-vmnt compensation dlv'slon ind the state employment service 'Ie also supervised the recent examinations that will place the %  hire of the personnel of the state velfare board nn.ler this system "•"" %  "•I seleetlon JEWISH UNIT LEAVES ISRAEL Tel Aviv (WNS—Palcor Agency)—A fourth Jewish military unit left Eretez Israel for active service on an undesignated front, it was officially announced her-.' Creators of Delicious Foods ANDRE'S NEW ORLEANS INN 4857 s. W. 8th Street TELEPHONE 4-9424 MIAMI. FLA. STEAKS. CHOPS SEA FOODS SOFT SHELL CRABS FROG LEGS LOBSTERS REAL NEW ORLEANS COFFEE "We are told we serve the best Fried Chicken in Miami" Plaza Theatre, m Miami N BMrh J ?wS lillkln picture showing at the 18 and 19. Beath Tuesday and Wednesday, February ^feW C oMox"i&Sa* *t-£h ^t of Jennie, the her father's wishes. Although ,K W h 2 ec,dcs t0 rnarr y a amst when she notifies her parents r P r ,l" lS objecl Jin !" ^pes and tack. It is the eve of ^ \Z~JflS? SP"" 1 from a h art atJennies mother finally deTidW K. ( t £ e P ay of Atonement) that rabbi in order to save her huaSt.!?. 5 k the advice of *• y un ufkiJH? home ^ is during ,h?s Hr 0 try to brin 8 her daueh la heard singing "Kol Nidre" dramatic episode that the choir Joseph ShoengoSYeUo ZweS' Li lianna Mcnaaha Oppenheim. werung, and Leon Liebgold. ')



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PAGE EIGHT *Jml9tntrHlar FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1941 The ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH CONGREGATION BETH DAVID In a remarkable address before a recent national conference : the Anti-Defamation League. Sigmund Livingston, its founder and present chairman, said: "We have nothing to fear from truth, but everything to f<--ar from ignorance. There is not a single accusation made against Jewry which cannot be answered truthfully with full confidence ... In this country we have freedom of 'P<-ch and press. This freedom was primarily given so that truth could be disseminated. Tnis privilege is denied in Nazi, Fascist and Communist countries. Let us use this privilege to make known the truth. Let the truth as to (very accusation be made available to everyone willing to learn or listen. It will mean the security of the Jew in this land, and more— it will mean the preservation of our American sacred traditions. It will mean the defeat of the onslaught against American democracy. It will keep burning the star of hope in the stormy sky over the persecuted of the world. It will mean that truth cannot be suffocated by the laws of dictators. It will mean that sanity still lives in a part of this world We can win this struggle. The truth, when fully known, always wins. Dictators deny the freedom of speech because they know that against truth, when known, they cannot endure ." In keeping with the philosophy of Mr. Livingston, vital to the program of the ADL is the distribution of literature dealing with various phases of Jewish life, particularly with misconceptions about the Jewish people. Internally, the building up of the psychological attitude of the Jew has been undertaken through fireside qroups which are supported with proper material for study and discussion. One phase of the activity of the Florida regional office includes literature distribution. When any member ;of the Jewish community needs material, either for his own information or for the sake of clarifying questions in the mind of his non-Jewish friends, he should feel free to call upon the ADL j office. Among the latest pam-.. u an I reprints to be rec< iv< i for distribution are: "The Sin of Anti-Semitism" by Father James N. Doyle: "America's Little Hit: lers" by Roy Tozier; "We Shall Not Die" by Philip M Raskin: The Fifth Column is Here" by George Britt. Sad to say. in many instances 1 our own Jewish people are grossly ignorant of many elementary facts and are not in a position to refute common fallacies when jthey hear them repeated by othiers. One of the most frequently ) repeated accusations against Jews i during the past three years has been that as refugees they are flooding this country. William 1 Dudley Pelley, the notorius fascist and anti-Semite has even coined a term for "refugee," using instead the word "refujew." In the light of these circumstances. Jews should note with gratification and store away in their minds a statement issued last week by K. Brent Woodruff, executive director of the Ameri'can Committee for Christian Refugees, Inc., that refugees coming to this country are about 60^c Christian and 40" Jewish. The same report showed an increase of 817c in the number of Christian refugees aided in 1940 by the committee. These figures are worth remembering the next time anyone reverts to the old charge that it is Jewish refugees almost exclusively who are flocking to these shores. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) pre-Purim ball, which will take place this Sunday, February 16 at the Miami Civic Center Mi Ruth Brotman. noted lyric soprano, will be heard in a selection of Yiddish and Rsongs. There will also be a number of night club entertainers. Mrs. Isador Cohen, general chairman, and her committee, consisting of Mesdames Michael Arnold. Chas. Abbott. Sam Ehrlich. Isador Fine, J. M. Fine. Elix Hinkes. Frances Horn. Norman Jacobs. Isador Langner. Louis Margulies. Morris Pepper. Chas. Peretzman, Jean Seitlin. S. J. Pallott. Sol Weinkle, and Sam Weissel: also Messrs. Sidney H. Palmer, Norman Jacobs. Louis Margulies, Isador Fine. Morris Pepper and Norman Wcisman. entertainment chairman, wish to announce that a number of awards have been provided and all attending this gala affair will be eligible for same. Extensive plans have been made for this evening, and we strongly urge all members, friends and the general public to aid us in this constructive enterprise for it is the onlygreat affair sponsored by the Sisterhood. If you desire to aid us in this work please phone 2-1473. Prizes for the state which has the largest representation will be awarded. Remember. Sunday evening. February 16th at Miami Civic Center at 9 o'clock. B'nai B'rith **" Notes By MILTON FRIEDMAN The office of the Ajiti-IWHmatlon l-'-ajfue in located at 617 Seybold BuiTdin*. prone 3-6306. All Florida communlti'-H axe InvttAd t • avail them wives <-f the nervice* offered by the organiiatlon and to consult on matin <>f an antlrlrfaiiiiition imturt*. RUMMAGE NEEDED Any'.ne ha vine article* of clothing, furniture, etc, that are not belnc used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the KUMMA.QE STORE maintained >>y thm. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located it 167 N. W. 6th St. Please Phone Mn. L. J. Hartz. 2 7135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5.3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4260 Jewish Welfare Office. 3 5377 Mrs. Meyer Sehwartz. 2-1864 and they will be called for And Thiy Say It With a Smile! Do the members of YOUR family say this? If not, perhaps it is because you have never given Alka-Seltzef • thorough triaL AH over the world people who have used Alka-Seltzer ere enthusiastic in its praise. If Alka-Seltzer is as good as we say it is, you want it in your medicine cabinet; if it is not, it won't cost you a penny. We will refund the purchase price to any new user who is not entirely satisfied. Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than |rou think. Our guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded covers its use in all conditions listed below. Gas on Stomach, Add Indigestion, Heartburn, "Morning After", Muscular Pains, Nearalgin, Headache, Distress of Colds, as a Gargle In Minor Throat Irritations. Alka-Seltzer PjJoGUST BROS Rv? LT '* the BEST' EMS Low Rail Fares in Coaches on the famous FLORIDA SUNBEAM One Way Coach Fares from Miami CHICAGO .... $23.30 DETROIT 2 2.85 CLEVELAND .... 22.90 CINCINNATI. 17.75 COLUMBUS .... 20.10 TOLEDO 2 1.70 INDIANAPOLIS. 19.80 ATLANTA .... 10.40 MACON 9 .05 CHATTANOOGA 12.50 Pillowt for coaches 25* CITY TICKET OFFICE 173 E. Flsgler Street, Miami Tel. 3-8391 T. W". Luckett, A.G.P.A. SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM The first official meeting of the year started off with a bang. Promptlv at 8:30. as per advance S the meetmg was opened bvBre, Roth. It was announced that Bro. Aronovitz was up State our president walked in. This is a symbol I thi type of meeting the" presid nt wants—plentj oi speed Bro. Aronovitz again announced that he wants more lay members and less attorneys speaking at meetings and that no meeting would go beyond 11 prn. It was a pleasure to see him actually carry this out. The only exception was the "minutes which lasted fifteen minutes but which will be held within the bounds from now on. The president read a list oi appointments for committees and I suggested that anyone anxious to do work should communicate with him. He will either appoint the brother to a standing committee or if necessary manufacture a new committee. Bro. Rudy Adler. chaiTnan of the membership committee, when asked to give his report, said that hewould be unable to make it until after the Jewish Welfare "Night of Stars" was held on the 24th. Whereupon he proceeded to submit 11 new applications. At that rate we will really have something to look forward to from Rudy after the "Night of Stars" show is successfully concluded. Incidentally, everyone is urged to see this taient extravaganza, the proceeds from which will go to a most worthwhile cause. Friend Rudy is chairman of this annual affair, as he has been from its inception. Johnny Kronenfeld, chairman of the A. Z. A. committee reported that the Jr. group was sponsoring a Youth and Democracy Rally on March 6th at the Scottish Rite Temple in Miami in conjunction with every Jewish and non-Jewish youth organization in this community. Put this down on your calendar as a "must attend" meeting. The Resolutions committee, under Al Mechlowitz, presented resolutions expressing the Lodge's feeing of loss at the decease of Bro. !" George Rosenthal and our non-Jewish friend Frank B. Stoneman. A moment of respectful silence was observed. Bro. Roth, reporting on the finances of the Lodge, urged all members to pay their dues promptly and to try to secure as many new members as possible. We have a very large budget and we will be unable to carry on the Bnai Brith program for the year unless iiis admonition is observed. All committee chairmen are requested to present to Burnett their financial needs for the y< ar The sick and visiting committee was noticable by its absence from the meeting. Unfortunately, its chairman. Dr. Benjamin Landau is confined at home himself Drop in and cheer him up. Many of our brethren will recall wiih pleasure the splendid theatre party last year at the Gain Galther Theatre. The playwas "The Guardsman" and afu rwards there was dancing on the stage and excellent refreshments were served, Well. Bro. Mechlowitz announced that an thei theatre paily is in store for the m mbers March 3rd or 10th. This season bigger stars are being pn sented so a capacity house is expected. The entire theatre will be exclusively for Ben Briths and we will also liave dancing and refreshments. At the last State Federation convention in Hollywood, a motion was passed that each lodge would be assessed $1.00 per m. mI 0 Vu b 2 ks on December 31st, 1940 said sum to be used for state student union work Bro. Elry Stone, the new state chairman of student union saw i'Li'i a ii hlS mc *mfS that the Lodge did not forget its obligal !" ;> hlS f,ho J uld %  ""• as another gentle reminder to pay your dues promptly because thlLodge needs some money We were afforded the pleasure f Tr!!"^, 1 *" 1 Boxerman "he new ADL Florida director, at our recent banquet. We were introduced at this week's meeting to Bro. Boxerman's assistant. Ben Gedalicia. When the national office said it was opening up an office here, it evidently was not kidding. Mr. Gedalicia issued a call for 100 volunteers to do ADL work for about two hours each in about a week. If interested get Lfl touch with the ADL office in the Seybold Bldg., immediately. Speaking of volunteers, Bro. Aronovitz is seeking man power to aid the community chest in their pending drive. Call the Bnai Brith office if you can spare the time. I do not believe it is necessary to tell you how important it is for all of us to support the drive. Quite a discussion took place with reference to a permanent meeting place of the Lodge. This week's meeting was held at the Y. M. H. A. the Y has been the instigator of thought in regard to a community center and is the nucleus for such a project. The Y has urged Bnai Brith to cooperate in this monumental undertaking. As a token of our accord on the subject, the Lodge voted to meet hereafter at the Y until further notice. We will be interested to note your comments with regard to a community center and particularly your reaction to meeting at the Y. Bro. Isidor Goldstein, one of our leading philanthropists offered to give the first donation toward the erection of a community center. Let's make the snowball grow. Having reached the end of a column. I will, in the next issue, tell about the excellent address made by lur guest speaker, Dr Ashe. president of U. of Miami. GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For Daily Deliveries Call 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8910 N. 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fJewisti IFIIaridliai in COMBINING T//HB Jewish HJinMty 3&JL QjuxriuJk. VJjudkSLy /# VOLUME 14—No. 7 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS WELFARE BUREAU PRESENTS ANNUAL TOFSTARS" ii Tickets for the 7th annual "Night of Stars," sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, went on sale Monday at the Olympia Theatre, where this gala event, which promises to eclipse all previous ones in points of attendance, fund-raising and entertainment proceedings, takes place on Monday evening, Feb. 24th. Cross and Dunn, America's outstanding song stylists, who are currently starring at the Club Esquire, are the latest to join the fast-growing ranks of the entertainment committee, which now includes such stellar personalities as Harry Richman, Sophie Tucker, Milton Berle, Joe E. Lewis, Paul Whiteman, Jack Dempsey and Abe Lyman. Rudy R. Adler, general chairman of "Night of Stars," reports the following: "The "Night of Stars' performances of '38, '39 and '40 played to capacity attendance each time, but this year, the indications point to an earlier sell-out than previously. Already an unusually large advance sale has been accomplished. We are naturally anxious to provide seats for residents in this community, but no favoritism may be shown in the allotment of locations. However, every seat in the Olympia Theatre is a good one, and Miamians will be assured of receiving the choicest on hand only if they make their purchases as soon as possible." Reservations may be made through Mr. Adler, 5-4454, or Mrs. Bertha Levy, ticket chairlady, 5-5781. DEDICATION OF SYNAGOGUE HIGHLIGHT IN SPIRITUAL LIFE OF ORTHODOX JEWRY NAZI RADIO BOASTS JEWS WILL NOT RETURN TO GERMANY IN AGES Belgrade (WNS)—Angered by predictions made by pro-British statesmen that the Nazi government will soon be overthrown and that exiled German Jews will be welcomed back to Germany, the Nazi radio warned world Jewry that anti-Semitism has become so entrenched in Germany as to preclude the possibility of Jews returning to the reich for "at least 1,000 years." The Nazi spokesman stressed Jewish life in Germany would be stamped out of existence. Envisioning the day when no traces of Jews would be left in Germany, the Nazi commentator declared that in future years German children will never know that "there were such things as Jews in the Reich." Uniformed storm troopers visited the homes of Berlin Jews and ordered them to report for street cleaning, it was reported. The Nazis excused only those Jews who were physically disabled or too ill to work. Scheduled to start promptly at 2 p. m., the dedication ceremonies of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue will be held Sunday, Feb. 16 at S. W. 17th Ave. and 6th Street. Preparations have been made to handle a capacity crowd and a loudspeaker has been procured so that any overflow may hear the entire program. An offshoot of Beth David Congregation, the Orthodox Synagogue was formed ten years ago. The first meeting place of the organization was in the Odd Fellows Hall where High Holiday services were held. They then moved to their permanent quarters at 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. The building used during this period has now been converted into a Talmud Torah and Sunday School to house the ever-growing needs of the southwest section. The ground for the new building was broken in June of last year and the structure was completed in time for the High Holiday services in September. The finishing touches on the building have been made since that time including the installation of seats, floor, painting, and fixtures. The synagogue occupies the northwest corner of S. W. 17th Ave. at 6th Street, and in planning their building program allowed sufficient room for expansion. The edifice seats more than 500 people, an increased capacity from that of the old building of more than 200. E. Albert Pallot master of ceremonies at dedication ceremonies of Miami Jewish Orthodox Synagogue. The structure upon completion will cost in excess of $13,000. E. Albert Pallot, assistant attorney general of the State of Florida, will be master of ceremonies of the program which will include the formal opening of the synagogue, as appropriate prayers are being recited, by the purchaser of the gold key; remarks by the general chairman of the affair; a message of congratulation from an official of the City of Miami; brief messages by the Rabbis of the community; vocal selections by both local and visiting cantors; band selections by the Jewish War Veterans' Drum & Bugle Corps; addresses by H. M. Drewich, president of the congregation; Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. spiritual leader; Rev. Richard "Dick" Evans, executive vice president of the Florida Congress of Democracy; and Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The committee of arrangements for the event Include Max Kupferstein, Nat Blumberg, Maurice Grossman, Fred Shochet. H. M. Drewich. George Chertkof, Max Mintzer and William Clein. The Ladie's Auxiliary will serve the refreshments. View of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Synagogue which will be dedicatid Sunday afternoon. FOREIGN WORKER AT COMMUNITY^ FORUM Martha Sharp who returned from France in December will address the Miami Community Forum, sponsored by the Men's Clubs of Temple Israel and the Unitarian church, on Wednesday evening, February 19th. Mrs. Sharp went to Czechoslovakia in February, 1939 and worked there, as commissioner for the Commission for Service in Czechoslovakia, with her husband, the only American relief workers in that country after the German occupation, until September. 1939. In June, 1940, she again went to Europe, this time as the first commissioner for work abroad of the Unitarian Service Committee, and remained in France until December to organize the bringing of children to this country in cooperation with the United States Committee for the Care of European Children. With a great deal of first hand information regarding French concentration camps, the refugee problem in France, and work in France including tracing families, visiting concentration camps, helping w"ith visa, transportation and housing problems, she will speak on "France Occupied by Nazis." JR. HADASSAH WOULD HELP GREAT BRITAIN NOTEO EDUCATOR TOMAKE ADDRESS AT TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Emanuel Gamoran of Cincinnati, nationally known educator, author and lecturer, who is educational director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, will speak Friday evening, February 14th, from the pulpit of Miami's Temple Israel. "Children Challenge Their Parents," will be Dr. Gamoran's subject. While in Miami, February 13, 14, and 15. Dr. Gamoran will also address teachers of the Temple Israel Religious School. Dr. Gamoran received his A.B. degree from the College of the City of New York. Following post-graduate work at Columbia University he received his A.M. and Ph.D. degrees from that institution. After serving as educational director of the Circle of Jewish Children, as supervisor of the Bureau of Jewish Education and as a member of the faculty extension department of the Teachers Institute of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, in New York, Dr. Gamoran came to his present post in 1923. Among his published works arc: "Changing Conceptions in Jewish Education." "Introductory Course in Education," several volumes of "The Play Way to Hebrew," and tTorah-Li," Book I, with the late A. H. Fricdland. The Union of American Hebrew Congregations which Dr. Gamoran serves as educational director is known as the parent body of Liberal Judaism in America. Temple Israel is one of the 309 congregations in the United States and Canada which make up the Union. U. S. ENVOY IS SEEN BEHIND FRENCH PLAN IN HELPING REFUGEES REFUSES TRANSIT VISAS London (WNS)—Scores of Jewish refugees with visas to United States, have been denied transit visas by the Argentine consulate. New York (WNS)—"Unqualified endorsement and complete support" of the policy of extending American aid to Great Britain and its allies was pledged by 300 delegates representing 20.000 members of Junior Hadassah, the young women's Zionist Organization of America, at a national activity conference in the Hotel New Yorker. The resolution endorsing American aid to Britain also praised the Jews of Palestine for the country's agricultural, technical and industrial resources for the war effort. It expressed regret that the policy of immigration to Palestine was still adhered to. Vichy (WNS)—The figure of Admiral William D. Leahy, recently-arrived United States Ambassador to France, was reported to be behind the French Government's announcement of a more humane attitude towards the thousands of refugees interned in unoccupied France. The French ministry of interior reported that the campaign to improve the living conditions of interned refugees, thousands of whom arc Jewish, will have the "moral and material support of 21 foreign welfare organizations which will be represented on a co-ordinating committee." It was learnd that the French government will abandon its present system of lumping together in one camp refugees of various nationalities and of different ages. In the future, three separate camps will be maintained. French Red Cross nurses will visit the camps regularly. i



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1941 ^JmlshHcrkMan PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ "Y" Basketball Season Now in Full Swing With half of the season completed, the Y. M. H. A. has made a most remarkable showing winning 11 of 13 games played to date. Their only two losses were suffered at the hands of the robust Miami U. and the Y. M. C. A Triangles. The Y, led by their star and manager, Mickey Lubel, have amassed a grand total of 561 points, an average of 40 per game against their opponents' 360 points, averaging 25 per game. Among the teams defeated were: Westminster Cagers, 36 to 20: Pan American, 39 to 12; Tampa Y. M. H. A., home and home, two games, 43 to 21 and 31 to 28; Cunningham's, 50 to 19; Kappa Sigma. 34 to 28; U. of Miami Frosh, 44 to 19; Y. M. C. A. Triangles, 37 to 27; Graham Dairy. 57 to 37; Gesu Church, 61 to 30; and Eastern Air Lines, 39 to 30. During this same period our stalwart Jr. Y. M. H. A. team has won all its games trouncing the Beach team 69-51, Cunningham's Juniors 26-12, and St. Sophia. 29-7. Not bad, eh what? To stimulate greater attendance interest, the committee discussed the matter and we decided (Lew Safan, Micky Lubel, Maurice Grossman, and your scribe) that starting this Sunday and every Thursday and Sunday until the end of the season, a small fee of 10c only be charged for admission to the games and dancing afterwards. New we intend leaving the rest to you in helping bring the crowds here. All the players have worked hard to win for the Y and are deserving of your support. Lets show up enmasse come this Sunday. Jr. Y. M. H. A. Notes Last Monday night a new group was organized at the Y consisting of boys and girls ranging from the ages of 18 to 25. The Junior Division will be discontinued, and henceforth there will be two groups, one of boys and girls ranging from the ages of 16 to 18, and the other one 18 to 25. Mildred Berkowitz was appointed temporary chairman and Shirley Rothschild temporary secretary. It is required that all boys and girls desiring to join these groups communicate with Maurice Grossman, executive director. Welcome B'nai B'rith The first meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith under the new administration was held at the Y. M. H. A. last Tuesday evening. A discussion arose as to permanent quarters for this Lodge. We are very happy that the membership decided to hold their meetings permanently at the Y. M. H. A. We think that this will be the beginning of a plan to build a Community Center. Y-Ettes Dan Cupid and his bow and arrow will strike with a gala affair consisting of a dance plus some fine entertainment to be held at the Y. M. H. A. on Saturday, February 15. This annual St. Valentine's Day party has always been a big success, and we do not see an reason why all you folks attending will not enjoy yourselves as in past years. Admission is but 10c stag and 15c drag, which means but one thing, the desire for each young boy to get himself a date for this affair. If more need be said, it can be said on the night of the affair. News Around Town It looked like a raid for a minute at the Y last Wednesday but it was only our new assistant attorney general paying the Y a social call and believe you me, we were all mighty happy to see E. Albert Pallot. His valuable counsel and advice have played a tremendous part in the growth of the Y and we know he will continue to offer his counsel where it will help further the progress of the Y in days and years to come. All boys 16 years and up are urged to sign up for the Daily News annual Golden Gloves Tourney Feb. 19 and 20. If interested report to the Y. M. H. A. athletic committe, where you will be given the coaching needed by the one and only Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom. Just phone 3-4012 and ask for Joe Schaeffer, Maurice Grossman, Lew Safan or your correspondent for particulars, but hurry. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene. fit of all organization! In Greater Miami, depends for ita success upon the continued co-operation of every group 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 datei at early • %  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. BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL FOURTH TUESDAY of every month open every week in the year and regular meeting of National Hume Sunday Sessions begin Sunday morning. October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning. May 25th. 1941. SENIOR HADASSAH %  4MMM KOSHER BAKED BEANS The Whole Family Will Enjoy 1 .~J>< mm i] Wu Heinz Vegetarian Beans, in Rich, Tasty Tomato Sauce, Are Thoroughly Baked • When beans are really baked • • not boiled, mind you they are tender and mellow... a "maichel". A quick and easy dish to serve for either a milchig or a fleishig meal. Just beat and eat. ZSAuce e C£rl^ NfEAr ^"•soever. Approved by The UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS OF AMERICA look for the (l\\ on the label. VEGETARIAN OVEN-BAKED BEANS %  ..... i One of fhe (Q) Varieties Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will meet with Mrs. Oscar G. Bender at a luncheon and board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 18th, at the Victor Hotel. Miami Beach, at noon. Mrs. Bender, member of the national board of Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America, has been active in Zionist affairs since her youth. After her graduation from the Philadelphia High School for Girls land Gratz College, where she received her early Jewish training, Mrs. Bender organized the first Young Judea club in America and became its first president. She taught in Philadelphia's Hebrew and Sunday schools before she joined Hadassah in 1927. It is characteristic of her deep sense of responsibility and her superlative executive ability that she should have accepted responsible posts in Hadassah immediately upon her assumption of mature Zionist work. She was secretary, then president of the West Philadelphia group between the years 1928-1930. and served later as full president of the entire Philadelphia chapter. Mrs. Bender became a member of the national board in 1935. was reelected to that post in 1938 and is now active in the work of the Eastern region where she is organization chairman. Her thorough grasp of Zionist affairs, and her deep understanding of Jewish life both in this country end abroad have made Mrs. Bender a valued worker for Hadassah. She also serves on the board of directors of the Allied j Jewish Appeal in her home city, and as vice-chairman for the United Charities Campaign. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. H. A. bowling games. SECOND MONDAY every month, regular meeting of Senior Huilassah. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY of earn, month, regular meeting of Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans and also Freda Markowltz Post. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH, Women's Division, American Jew. ish Congress FOURTH .MONDAY every month, board meeting. Senior Hadassah. EVERY TUESDAY MORNING—Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. ifor Jewish Children. Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — Y. JuJS.A Athletics at Y Clubroonw. EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah Sewing, with Mrs. 8. Katz Kau!" J' !" a "' ,rorn 10 o o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women %  Atayptl Section Legislation and Study Groups at the borne of Mrs. C. H. Aill.-r EVERY WEDNESDAY dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 Temple Senior Ha9 to 4 Veatry P. M. at Temple Israel Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— J. w '.".' A Sewl "8 Clawaes bene. flt Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B nal B'rith bowling games : MON. EVE^Y^HU^DAY^A^UNSAY at Center. Euclid Ave. and 14th Place. SE y„ : PvP AN 'P TOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. Basketball and Dance' EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfaon's home. 10G9 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. FEBRUARY 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 prePurim Ball, Miami Civic Center 24—Jewish Welfare Bureau, Night of Stars, Olympia Theatre. 25—Ladies Auxiliary M. J O. C. pre-Purim Ball, Miami Women's Club. 26—Men's Club, Temple Israel, Card party. 26—Nat'l. Home Jewish Children, Denver, reception for Mrs. Fannie Lorber, Grossinger Beach Hotel, 8 p. m. 17—Beth Jacob Sisterhood, mah 26 ~ Y w H A board meeting. jongg and card party, Floridian Hotel, 1:30 p. m. 18-Sophie Tucker luncheon, at Terrace Restaurant, benefit National Children's Cardiac Home. 18—Beth Jacob Sisterhood affair 18—Board meeting, Sr. Hadassah, Victor Hotel. 19 cards to follow. 27—Men's Club Temple Israel entertainment rally. MARCH 5—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 5—Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A. 6—Youth and Democracy rally, Scottish Rite Temple. Miami Community Forum, 12— Y7W'H"A board'meeting. to S cn IE le u Isr ? el i„ „ 19 ~ Y w H A B ok of Month 19—Brotherhood Week CeletoraGroup 0 Vn.iV Y A M ? %  A 23—Bazaar at Y. M. H. A. 23—10th Annual Concert. Beth 26—Y. W. H. A. general meeting, David Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. program. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago SERVING IKIRIECillS 4.4 6 COM. IN S AVt M I AM I E A C H MUSA ISLE Jndum'VUlayi SOUVENIRS-GIFTS N. \v. .'..iii Are. at 11th St. nrlre ont W. Flaxlrr to N. W. 21th Arc tli. u North to 161k HI. Open S a. M. to I P. M. DNEDF FLORIDA'S Oiitstmiliiu] (JUUn tJotn Post Time 8:15 STEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND UJEnFLflGLER KEnnEL CLUB wlla/fltti. at 37tkChrL. I ,:•


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I I FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14. 1941 +Jew 1st ncrldttan PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbi'* Reeldence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 8-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S W. Third Street I 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. Dedication The climax of our hopes and dreams will be reached at the dedication services to be held on Sunday afternoon. Feb. 16th at 2:00 o'clock. The complete details of the program will be found elsewhere in this issue. We joyously invite the whole Jewish community to rejoice with us in this hour of joy. Friday Night oFrum The closing session of this season's Friday night open forum will be held this coming Friday. Feb. 14 at 8:30 p. m. Rabbi Abraham Gluck will chant appropriate selections and speak on "Light Out of Darkness." The public is cordially welcomed. Sunday School The annual Chamisho Osor party of our Sunday school will be held on Sunday morning, Feb. 16th. and preparations are being made for a great Purim celebration to be held Sunday morning, March 16. Talmud Torah Registration in the Talmud Torah is still in effect and we are glad to report an all time high in Daily Talmud Torah attendance. The first public examination conducted by the board of education will be held shortly and once every month thereafter. Ladies Auxiliary A special meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 18th. Mrs. George Chertkoff will preside. The meeting will be held in the new synagogue. 10th Annual Purim Ball Plans are rapidly being completed towards making our 10th annual Purim ball the greatest success in the history of our auxiliary. Tickets are still available and may be gotten by calling Mrs. George Chertkoff, 3-7223; Mrs. Louis Kotkin, 2-3906; Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, 3-7582. Orthodox Fellowship The Orthodox Fellowship will hold its next meeting Tuesday night, Feb. 18th at 9 o'clock in the new synagogue. Plans will be completed for the first public lecture which will feature Dr. Harold E. Briggs of the University of Miami on Sunday night. Feb. 23. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere mazel tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stone on the birth of their son. May they raise him L'Torah Ul Chuppa Ul Maasim Tovim. Habonoth Due to the illness of Rabbi Kellner, the Habonoth Chamisho Osor Bshvat party which was to take place on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kellner, has been postponed to the following Thursday afternoon. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5.1328 MAURICE MAMCHE*. Cantor Phone 4.0406 2263 S W. 21st Terrace Religious Services Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a. m., Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m. Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Maariv, daily at 6:15 p. m., Saturday at 6:45 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Portion of the Week." Junior Congregation Services are held by and for boys and girls of school and high school age every Friday evening at 5:30 o'clock and Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. A sermonette is delivered each Saturday by one of the junior congregants. Refreshments are served by our Sisterhood after the morning services. All young people capable of reading from the siddur arc cordially invited. Friday Night Lecture "The Decline of Western Culture" will be the subject of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff this Friday evening. Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. The service begins promptly at 8:30 o'clock. Doors open at 8:00 p. m. To be assured of seats come early. Sisterhood Bridge Party The outstanding social event on the Beach each year is our Sisterhood's afternoon card party at the Floridian Hotel. This affair will be held this week. Monday. February 17 at 1:30 p. m. Mr. Seiden, the manager of the Floridian Hotel, promises all a delightful afternoon, and will serve refreshments to all. On the arrangements committee helping Mrs. B. H. London, the Sisterhood president, are Mrs. M. Kreeger. Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs. M. Mescheloff. Mrs. R. Bernkopf, Mrs. S. Blank. Mrs. M. Mamches. Mrs. A. Berow. Mrs. I. L. Mintzer. Mrs. A. Sussman, Mrs. A, Miller, Mrs. L. Lipowsky. Mrs. H. Auslander, and Mrs. M. Orovitz. The proceeds of this affair are to go towards a Talmud Torah project. We urge all women to join in this Sisterhood venture. The Sisterhood wishes to thank Miss Ruth Brotman, lyric soprano, for her splendid renditions at the Sisterhood meeting held last week. Guest Rabbis Guest Rabbis Weiss. Rubinfeld and Leventhal will grace our services this Sabbath. Rabbi Weiss is the executive director of the Yeshivath Rabbi Jacob Joseph of New York; Rabbi Rubinfeld is the superintendent of the Ner Israel Yeshiva of Baltimore, and Rabbi Levinthal is the head of the Palestinian Yeshiva, Cahyei Olam. He is accompanied by Rabbi Rosenberg. Congratulations Warmest mazul tov to Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman on the birth and brith of their son. May they bring him up L'Torah l'Chuppah ul'Maasim Tovim. Condolences Our sincerest sympaties to the bereaved family and friends of STRICTLY L Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) world as being "shaped like a ball which is thrown from hand to hand" And that back in 1807, when the first Jew, Ezekiel Hart of Three Rivers, was elected to the Quebec Provincial Assembly, his political opponents refused to let him be sworn in, on the grounds that no Jew should be permitted to hold office in Canada. ABOUT PEOPLE We thought you might like to know that Frederick Mendelsohn, orchestra leader on WBNX programs broadcast in various different languages, uses his real name only in English, German and Jewish broadcasts For the others he modifies his name to match the language Thus he's Alfredo Mendez for the Spanish t customers, Frederico Menrucmi for the Italians, Fere Mendelioni for French listeners and Firdiev Mendiepstroy for Russian dial-twisters Being readied for Broadway is Clifford Odet's new play, "Clash by Night" The leading parts will be played by Luther Adler and Sylvia Sidney who, as you should recall, are Mr. and Mrs. The scenery is being designed by Boris Aronson. LARGE CROWD GATHERED FOR CORNERSTONE LAYING A large gathering witnessed an elaborate program at the dedication of the main building and the cornerstone laying of the Rothberg Memorial Laboratory, of the National Children's Cardiac Home which took place last Sunday. A large sum of money was raised to continue the work of the institution and the officers plan immediate action in the expansion program in the coming year. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami • Pioneer Con;reaUn) 1J5 N. W. Third Avenue MAX 8MAPIKO, Rabbi 498 S. w. 11th Road Office Phone 2-1473 Home Phone 2-217* JOSEPH MALEK, Cantor 300 N. W 16th Avenue Phone 2 0*28 Permanent Calendar Daily Service* 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a. m. Sunday morning 8 :30 a.m. Hebrew School, daily— 3:15-6:15 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays 10:30 a. m. Late Friday Evening Services 8 :15 p.m. our late member. Osias Engelberg who was brought to rest last Friday. May the Lord console the mourners. Beach Habanoth The Habanoth girls of Miami Beach celebrated Chamisho Ossor b'Shvat in a mother-daughter affair held at the Astor Hotel. Dramatic readings were presented by Mrs. Harold Turk. The girls presented two playlets. Gifts were given each of the mothers by the Habanoth girls. The Habanoth of Miami Beach meet each Tuesday at 7:00 p. m. at the Beth Jacob synagogue. The Daughters of Israel and men's division will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Beth Jacob synagogue. Prominent speakers and cantors are on the program. Reports will be rendered by committees conducting a drive for the erection of a ritual pool, a mikvah, in our community. The public is cordially invited. No appeals for funds are made at meetings. Beach Mizrachi The Miami Beach Mizrachi will hold a meeting and Melaveh malkeh Saturday night, February 22. at the Beth Jacob synagogue. Rabbi Wolf Gold and Mr. Gedaliah Bublick are expected as guest speakers. The public is welcome. Late Friday Evening Services Late Friday evening services will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate, and Cantor Victor Jacoby will chant the prayers. We are very happy to welcome the parents of the Rabbi. Rev. and Mrs. K. Shapiro, who will remain in Miami for several weeks. During the services Friday evening, the guest speaker will be the rabbi's father. Kalman Shapiro, founder and former president of the Agudas HaShochtim of Greater New York. He will speak in Yiddish on the timely subject, "Let Us Reason Together." An oneg shabbos will follow, and refreshments, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz in honor of their 46th wedding anniversary, will be served by the Sisterhood. Junior Sabbath Services Services will be conducted Saturday morning at 8:30 and Junior services at 10:30. During the services this Saturday Meyer, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Greenberg. will become bar mitzvah. Meyer is the junior cantor of the Junior congregation, and he will chant the prayers during their services. A reception will follow after the benediction, and Meyer will serve as host. Sunday School A playlette will be'presented this Sunday morning during the assembly, by the boys and girls of Mr. Tedd Simons' class. Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 3 to 3:30 o'clock. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject "Brotherhood Observance — Fact or Farce?" Cantor Victor Jacoby will be in charge of the musical program. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be memorialized from the pulpit this Friday evening during the services: Arron Shloma, husband of Ida Marcus; Soiah Bayleh. mother of S. J. Pallott; Esther, mother of Jacob Sher; Chiam, father of Sol Rotfort; Chiam, father of B. L. Leff; Chaya Molka, mother of Mohilner family; Tziporah, mother of Katie Marks. Pre-Purim Ball Final plans for the outstanding affair of the year have been completed by the Beth David Sisterhood, namely the 25th annual TEMPLE ISRAEL 1*7 N. E19th Mreat Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 0996 Indian Creek Drive—-126* Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 61738 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HilieL Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, February 14, 8:15 p. m.. Dr. Emanuel Gamoran, director, Commission on Jewish Education for the Union of Central Conference of American Rabbis, will speak on "A Design for Jewish Living." Service.-? will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. A reception for worshipers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, in honor of Dr. Gamoran, will follow the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, February 15, 11:00 o'clock, congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of weekly Biblical portion, in a sermonette by Rabbi witman. Members of the confirmation class help to conduct the services. Parents and friends are cordially invited. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At this Friday evening services the names of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Bluma Janette Burger, wife of Norman Burger, daughter of Mrs. Nettie Altschul; William Friedman, brother of S. S. Friedman; Rachel Kaufman, mother of Mrs. R. W. Apte and Mrs. Henry Gaggstatter. Yahrzeits: Esther Sher, mother of Mrs. S. C. Levenson, Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein and Mrs. A. Gordon; Alex Kleiman, father of Herbert E. Kleiman; Jacob Fleischer, father of Mrs. L. Snetman; William Slote, father of B. W. Slote: Abraham Richter. father of Jos. A. Richter; Barbara Eichengreen, mother of David Eichengreen; I. Louis Rosendorf, husband of Mrs. Blanch Rosendorf, and father of S. Howard Rosendorf. Donation in memory of Bluma Janctte Burger, sent by Norman Burger. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) i ••



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%  %  PAGE -v." MmistTkjr&^r FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1941 ~ : HAS A HV>~.=— 1T.73 TC GIVI ; H.t-T7 T.:-rz*r. T IJ -, %  r J / ;. _. MA IK :?':--2 s • %  s E : z .•• %  '•' EKU£ MIAMI 7 '. 1 ? '. I l •%  -%  % %  : ': FBZZX SHOCHF: r^: CM second ass *... Ofe, oi '-'v.; ..: and* IM : B Mar* : .:" i :,,.-. .. SHE **',' %  '. %  i .' %  : ,'".'%  T?ZJK: rifefc-AF.Y 1S41 01 3E t — -\'2~ ; : %  Strictly Confidential TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE • : : r : • TRANSATLANTIC -i—1—-^.%  -;Bar" ?-'~r.ire-d v;r. ';'. --. K K V -'.^~ WHY?_A COUNCIL 10 achieve a coord a* OB v he rorioca iSOM is >•<: %  -. bttp pruearra asd a: •. 0 DM toWXBt! pOOp V <: -. '. %  -. %  '.%  ::.-. VCVVtG -*. T.v_ pc_-CC ': %  ;:.:. %  :::. < % %  *-."-. %  -.' '--'-•' '-' %  %  '* %  Ore ••'"ecp/C-'Cy -'?--• ,.-. -,^ VIVV-". *-*: OnC pTOC£ri£ She T,.*— "-. SGOC* eCOQO '.'',' I-.* '-'.'.*.'"-C .' %  -' : :' r :V-'. V. ~ tf>6 .'.'-".'...*.'V'.~-~r~-~~*" persons c IM c' • peopta •. •-: .--; %  :.-: %  inspired kO -.v::y 00) -'..a program Miami ----.•-.lewey /.-,..-; ysr.hv. oey-„.-. %  ; exper.e^oin: making ':.: IpOfl ..'. much tOM time dKBl ..'. 0M pTMBl se'--P 0*0* organized wait conflict of activity •aeroachaMmi of boundaries .--..• indM •.' attain c omp eti ti ve and peetiferoos ticket idling p ro ximit y of dan* 100 rimflat type events and an organizabona toalouty and copy ^altituda azbibiwd ai bal a 6rw -. I ': :;••:'.,. ^.v.:^^ (ft* ^--.---£ matOBCJ :%V"'--'-7 ': r %  y::..zrr.;::. and irhicfa can bt iolTd tbxouao ^ '.'..'..-... group //.-.-. mutual and increasec o%.-.::.•-'> v.. -.v.-.'er.'.ec Happon-•;. during DM pad montfa and -•.. ;'.:-: %  :. %  : daily sridonc* 1 %  .:.. % %  ..-. %  -.':'•. Naming rioiationi -nc nolalon vr„: or^y ciqgravaw th* *..-'.".'..'. TTCCUng ::.::H .'.".'." "r.c CC-.7 r.^ -;'xx: U •:.<: aboa ;. .'. Ow suggostioo lo a lolutiOD cr.c •.-.': sasing ol DM probtam rmmodiatw s'eps lowarda -J-.e forming ol a Communtty Council, forgotang and putting vs.ee individual '-•.'.d group potty differencM. ". *.." '. A luindred Iwei 1 (ladly ji%- And a i -' dred un • id .• % %  dl one ...': to live ; irorld 01 bate and ilavcry If: H -:..../..y I d give I dd %  wfore it's Ux it loo dn i-:'. tc conceive afy country Buffering Eu %  Our .. %  .-•. jr.-; wealth •'• %  To defend our beloved and rt-r •; s A [n return (or the blestingi recc-• e God iav< America Protect .t I FEDERATION NOTES by ISAAC JOFFE ExcutiTe Director FREE MINDS "Almool % %  %  %  '.%  •.' goodom lo bo destroyed '-^ dictatori take control, .>. the freedom ol learning Tyranny hates and fears no thing more than the free exchange ol ideas, the free play o: \-.e .•fund that comes from education "In those schools ol ours and in other American schools the • hildren ol today and 'i future generationa will be taught, without censorship 01 restriction, the facts ol current history and the whole context of current knowledge Their textbooks will not be burned by Cl dictator wr.o -.•..•.-;-.•.-'.-'.-:. //. %  :. v. err.; •.-.<.-.; •e'.'.r.ers v/il! not ix: banished by a ruler whom they have offended; their •/ bools v/JI not be closed if they teach unpalatable truths, and their daily ineti iction will not be governed by the decrees of any cent/';] :ireau oi propogonda. They will gel not all of the %  tory parl ol the time, 01 only part ol the Btory all oi the time; they %  //.]! contin w to get all of the story '. %  .. of the time President : ranklin D, Roosevelt The Rock of Our Salvation Oiiirtrty r/f Thr lynaifjiitie Union of Aincriui/i Hebrew Oyiigrej{ii^ni Bcrrurd Sega] Federation 1941 '%.-.-.pa:gn had hardly drawn to '-. close when our '•'-•" wai 1 ..; %  •: with telegran and ;.' n onal visiti of re;..-' si r ••.•..' -1 many of our forty-one beneficiary sg<-r calling for urgent and immediate remittance ol Federation's pledge titutior and organiWherever possible, this is being done, providing th • •• And to this end we ntril it .: to n % % % %  • : : 1 Gr< •• : Miai i Jewish 1 ration, at the earliest : -' ibli momi nl Th< mon y now Tomorrow %  %  lati %  : recent | thi Kxecut %  • • •:.;: itti e it wa noted faction that the 1941 •' %  • ol the Mian Ci ::.'r^unity ''•'' • 'ding successfully. thi Chest. Its %  %  '•'' %  in int fund-raising for manj x a in litutions is ci' ervevery membei ol thi Miami Jewish Comny ol • work; leration'j Campaign are '• isily %  ngaged on the Chest drive '' %  %  attention been called bers of the C mmity to th neo itj oi ket pration alive m people's throughout the year, not only during campaign days. This definitely constructive critic• %  %  and :' appreciated. To that end, a special committee is expected to be appointed shortly to plan year-around activities, details of which will be announc1 '1 U'lin timp to lime. IP will interest ( ,ur community to know that the success of our l!*4l campaign is being used throughout the country to spur on other communities to "go and do likewise." *"-.-.' %  -"' \ ~~z.---•-"-7 i-e-er. ;r.e c: -_-.e assesses ?---'---the Jewish rcre.r^ — -s-.er o: _-.e bsfj lz V/-.r icwadcys and in ;e-e:=. acesn I swtece -oo '-'-i = -*-r::: s. 1 OOUSOTf —bul wbeo z Jew |BJ K:*_e:-rased -_~-.l -/_-~z -. getting bis '-~.~:.zzr. ^rjz.:graton vise ie ";"-^:"--.• .e:.-.'.%  '-'. be i z.-rJ:e-i down one thousand 7COAmenoas --:..— s fox bis ex.: vita Battening en IM "-*-"-.: turope Kclei has grown ~-:'-e stout in the course c: •be '*sr few -.'ears isugh t: course he sill doesn't come bMa •_-e :.zss :: CSoenng =-' :-'--e:.:w or other BadoK's legs =•_. k>ok •-•: puny lo sail likli rmfl sWl s *hy he alwerys wears s.zz thick -_ary bocs ar.d Icr-g cocrts. WHILE CENSORS NAP is Bexhn s ocrr-r. shelters repc.-j Lec-arc Lyons, the foliowioa c^e ravels rrcrr. —;__-. :z saosjdl whan the storm troopers aren't too r.ear H a -cr. says Good morning' it means hes fust slept H he says Good night' :t means he's going to sleec And ; he says He-' riitisf it RhMBj he's been csieep all .--s Ue One c: -he most popular plays in Copenhagen •jiese days -s Hamlet And the trans-Atlantic grapev-^ie insdrms thai at the tine There s something rotten in Denmark' the audience* is that Naz:-occupied lend cpplaud vociferously In ?arj c: course :t s highly illeaal to say anything derogatory about Germany s AM pcrmer. but the Parisians have found a way to express their contempt for Italy silently They wear a saip c: spaghetti in fheta lapels. LISTEN HERE We unce.-stand the G-men have a more or less complete line en the activities of Signor Gcetano Vecchiotti. Italian consul general in New Yoric and we re wondering when a stop will be put to his consistent efforts to implant Fascism and other antidemocratic cocaoes in the minds of Americans of Italian descent Times do change, and our business life changes with them The Madison Avenue premises formerly ocupied by Lcnz oi Salzburg are now the home of a similar shop called Horovitz of London We suppose it's to spare the feelings of residents of the City of Brotherly Love that nobody calls the Fifth Columners Phiiadelhcns But why not refer to them as Adolphiles? And to their sentiments as Musso-leanings? .. Danton Waiter, noting that the 1941 edition of the British Who's Who lists Hitler as the men most in the public eye. nominates J him for the title of Public Cinder No. 1. THIS AND THAT Going around the town cgain is the story of the violinist— Jascha Heifetz this time—end the pnze fighter "We're in the seme business." Heifetz is supposed to say to the pug "We both earn our living with our hands" ... To which the amazed boxer replies: "Gee. you must be terrific There isn't a mark on you ... A recent arrive! in this country is Dr. Eduard Bloch of Lmz. Austrio, which used to be Hitler's home town ... Dr. Bloch has the unenviable distinction of having cured the future Fuehrer of venous childhood ailments, and gratis at that Although on Hitler's specific orders, the Nazis didn't molest Dr. Bloch at all. he preferred not to stay in his old home after the new oraer" marched in Congratulations to Dr. Nathan Stern of New York s West End Synagogue on the tenth anniversary of the Youth Leadership Institute on the North East Region of American Hebrew Congregations ... It was Dr. Stern who founded the Institute. INFORMATION PLAYS clmm, C Z r S !K y0 n' Ve u heard jf *• Anglo Israel theory, which X lho he 5 r: : ;sh the descendants of the ancient Ishe v'ery word" B^h y U ^ ^ ^ An 9l-kraelites regard WOJ3LH1 1 aS Q transli,er >in of "B'rith-Ish," which consd^ ,KJ 6breW lM r of ^nam?" ... And that they •W ? Jnn.rame v f ,he Saxons to be an abbreviation of nation rW • u t 0 r meilll0n ,he f ct that the British coro crcinec \rL m hl ch En 9 Ia nd's kings Ul when they are Patriarch i?S? M A T ^ Said to be ,he one which *• Kstors o? L U ^ v a u h S Pill w at ^n • • %  The Israeli,ish stone w e i T re su PP sed to have salvaged this hav teoucht^, T P P ax J eiusalem wus destroyed and to the fasSnaunn f S^ IsleS Thls 1S ^ a frac,10n f A.ahTmc£n m ma, n n An glo-kraelisrn contained in dopedL ?Z S r a,y ar Cle in the Universal Jewish EncymaTion that whT ^ re erenCe work we & an ,he in, r or Sof J iv ^ r i W6 r Q L WaVS con sidered the Hebrew "get," but i„ ,hl AramiT ^ ,he Kaddish aren 1 Hebrew a more don'f wSi 'TT 9 and P lease dear read er from Balfr that from o chl£ H ng U u ,hat we should have remembered tune S go 'to chldeT) ^"TWT ^ n6VGr had ,he ^ ^ his America rfi^, at Colu mbus set sail from Spain on sion rfShS^ from! ^JS JUS ne dav aher ""V That the PalesTniSn Tat %&*" f Ferdin nd and IsabeUa. that "the world ? J^ Ud has a P***^ specifically stating tne world 18 round." and that the Midrasch speaks of our (CONTINUeo~o7i PAQB S)