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The Jewish Floridian ( February 21, 1941 )

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BROTHERHOOD ANNIVERSARY EDITION wJewish flaridliaim ggaBs Tlhe Jewish lUinMty VOLUME 14—No. 8 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS LEADING ACTORS 10 ENTERTAIN AT %  > I! The most impressive, elaborate star-studded galaxy of entertainment personalities will make its .ippearance under one roof on Monday evening, February 24. The occasion will be the 7th Annual "Night of Stars" sponsored by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, at the Olympia Theatre that evening with R. R. Adler as chairman. Mr. Adler planned and staged the first "Night of Stars" seven yean ago and since that time has served annually as chairman of the affair. The local amusement field has offered up all the topnotch talent at its command for the cause of charity, and all indications point lo this benefit event being the biggest and most gala ever to be presented by the Welfare Bureau, as well as being one of the major charity affairs of the season. The entertainment committee, consisting of Harry Richman. Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lewis, Jack Dempsey, Milton Berle, Abe Lyman. Paul Whiteman and Cross (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) UAH JENS PANIC STRICKEN Lisbon (WNS)—With a Nazi invasion of Bulgaria believed imminent, the Jewish population of that Balkan country was reported to be panic-stricken, fearful of the same bloody pogroms which followed the arrival of Nazi troops in Rumania. Long lines of Jews, anxious to leave the country before German army troops, presumably en route to attack Greece, occupy Bulgaria, formed outside the I British embassy in Sofia, plead] ing for visas to Palestine. Similar queues besieged the Turkish and | Greek embassies. Scores of Bulgarian Jewish %  business men have already filed Ja statement listing their property land cash assets with the National IBank and are making every efjfort to sell their enterprises to %  non-Jews, preparatory to leaving the country. Attempts to calm the Jewish population have been unavailing Because the treatment accorded Jews in all countries occupied by l>azi troops has become common Knowledge in Bulgaria. The antipewish law, recently adopted by arliament, and which will go nto full effect in about six nonths, evoked far less concern ng Bulgarian Jews than the tu-eat of a Nazi invasion. PRESIDENT URGES CITIZENS UNITE IN COMMON LOYALTY A call to Americans of all faiths to hold meetings during Brotherhood Week, February 2228, "to purge our hearts of all intolerance and to bind all our citizens in a common loyalty.* was issued by President Roosevelt in a message made public by Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president t( the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Brotherhood Week will be observed in more than 2.000 communities this year under the auspics of the National Conference. Theme of the observance is "National Unity," with the slogan "one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." Text of President Roosevelt't message fellows: "With reverent dependence upon God and faith in our destiny as a people, let us meet in church and school, in cathedral and synagogue, in public hall and home, during Brotherhood Week, the week of Washington's Birthday, to purge our hearts of all intolerance and to bind all our (CONTINUED ON PACE 3) ENROLLEES TO BE y. M. I. A. CLUB A contingent of men leaving Tor camp the latter part of this month will be tendered a reception at the Y. M. H. A. Club rooms. Sunday evening, February 23, at 7:30 o'clock. This affair is sponsored by the Greater Miami Army and Navy committee, which comprises representatives of the various Jewish organizations in Greater Miami. This committee was organized last Sunday morning by Maurice Grossman, executivve director of the Y. M. H. A. The purpose of the committee is to arrange for home hospitality and participation in the communal activities and to assist such men with problems arising from the draft, including service to the families and arranging for send-offs for the men who enter military service. The feature of the evening will be a basketball game between the Naval Air Reserves of Opa Locka and the Y. M. H. A. After the game a reception and dance will follow. Those invited include the Mayors of Miami, Miami Beach and Coral Gables, the heads of the various Military organizations, the Honorable Hayes Wood, Dade County chairman of the Draft Board and the leaders of other organizations. The Jewish Drum and Bugle Corps of the Jewish Veterans will be present. All men who will leave for camp during the next week are invited to attend this rally. Those who attended the meeting last Sunday morning besides Mr. Grossman are: Jewish War Veterans, J. Sugarman and Abe S. Goldman; National Council of Jewish Women. Mrs. Benjamin Levine; Junior Hadassah, Rose Puchkoff, Jean Weinberg and Gladys Stein; B'nai B'rith, Rudy R. Adler and Morris Bierman; Y. M. H. A, Dr. Samuel Beckman, Lou Safan, Bernard Greenstein; Y. W. H. A., Mrs. J. Schaffer and Mrs. M. A. Sager. BROTHERHOOD WEEK OBSERVED FOODLESS WEEK ENFORCED Stockholm (WNS)—The 156,000 Jews crowded in the Lodz ghetto in Nazi-occupied Poland spent a foodless week from Jan. 27 to Feb. 2, according to Nazi newspapers received here. By LOUIS MINSKY Brotherhood Week, which will be observed February 22-2S. is part of a year round national movement, KUOIIBOred by the National Conference o r QhrlatllLns and Jews, for the creation of a better iindcrstjuidlnir amonK all faiths In this article. Ixmis Mlnsky discu****s the work of the Conference and the results of its influemce on the various communities in which it hfis operated — THE EDITOR. Brotherhood Week, which will be observed Feb. 22-28, in 2.000 communities throughout the country, is part of a great yearround national movement for better understanding among all faiths. Behind this movement stands the National Conference of Christians and Jews, an organization supported and fostered by 25,000 outstanding Protestant Catholic and Jewish laymen and clergymen in every state of the union. The National Conference was founded thirteen years ago, in 19 2 8, by three distinguished (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) AMSTERDAM WILL GET NAZI GHETTO Geneva (WNS)—Nazi authorities in Holland made plans for the establishment of a ghetto in Amsterdam following clashes between Nazis and anti-Nazis near the old Jewish quarter of Amsterdam around Waterloo Square, it was reported here. Preparatory to the creation of a ghetto for Amsterdam's Jews, the Nazis ordered all non-Jews to leave the Jewish district. The clashes, in which a number of Nazis were beaten and the windows of Nazi shops were smashed occurred on Feb. 10, when uniformed Nazis marched into Waterloo Square. Nazi officials charged that "armed gangs of young Jews" precipitated the street fighting by attacking the Nazi paraders. Scores of Jews were arrested by Nazi police and questioned. Waterloo Square, which was formerly known as the Jewish district of Amsterdam, now includes about 50,000 Jews, approximately one-half of the city's total Jewish population, and an equal number of non-Jews, mostly poor working men. The inhabitants of Waterloo Square are known to be strongly anti-Nazi The anti-Nazi riot in Waterloo Square was only one of many which have occurred in Holland within the last few weeks. I I <\ %  •;



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PAGE TWO ^JmlstncrkUor FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941 Phone 2 9835 Est. 1921 Genuine Mexiran CHILI CON CARNE HOT TAMALES ENCHILIDAS CHILI JACK Miami's Original Makers of Real Mexican Dishes 1032 Biscayne Blvd. Miami. Florida GREETINGS Lots Homes Shops Apartments CLAUDE S. ALLEN A General Realty Service 4117 Prairie Avenue PHONE 5-7664 Ihe ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE AVn-DEFAMATTOV T F.AGUE OF BNAI BRITH i field. He also outlined the structure which ho thought the Florida regional off.ee should evolve. consisting of a small executive ltu ... „( Miamians and repish state, and resentatives of all other Jewish ADL was founded, saying in art: -The theory of the ADL has been .from Us very beg.n• %  %  %  %  i communities in the a larger advisory council drawing its membership from the ,h community as a whole. Mr Leon Lowenstein descnbintroduction to the ADL GREETINGS FRED W. HOSEA HART HARDWARE COMPANY 44 N. E. FIRST STREET PHONE 3-8339 LET US DO YOUR We %  > i ;'•< %  Uid pumping • Mofl'rn Pumo NEXT JOB Equipment 16 YEARS EXPERIENCE IS YOUR PROTECTION We Sell Superior Septic Tanks W* jive Supe r ior Service SUPERIOR SEPTIC TANK CO. MIAMI'S MOST PROGRESSIVE 914 N. W. 71st Street Miami. Florida PHONE 7.2220 GREETINGS PICCIOLO Italian.American Restaurant 13436.38 Collins Ave Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 5.9031 Famous tor its Real Italian Dinners Steaks. Chops. Sea Foods. Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti ...... K. • v. Oft. tea i out tl %  equal % %  .-:• %  ..... • -' • • • A RARE PRIVILEGE A group of Miami Jewish leaders, constituting the nucleus for the executive committee of the Florida regional office of the ADL. had the rare privilege at a dinner meeting last Wednesday evening, of listening to Sigmund Livingston, national chairman, Phillip W. Haberman. New York chairman and Leon Lowenstein, a member of the executive committee relate the work of the ADL to the problems confronting '.he Jewish group today. Mr. Livingston, 'the daddy of the ADL." as he is affectionately called, sketched its changing emphasis and growth extending over more than a quarter of a century. Through specific examples he elaborated and illustrated the principles upon which ning that the do-nothing' policy IS bad: that unless the Jews themB educate the public, the public will go on in its igno. work a number of months ago., that time, he had been I chanties for Prii i" I aged in many CONGRATULATIONS O'NEAL BLOCK AND SEPTIC TANK CO. S. W. O'NEAL 1338 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 2 4620 IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOW SHIP TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE Cllt KE Hi FUEL CO. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GOING PLACES ? ? ? GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY VISIT THE OCEAN HI-WAY TRAVEL BUREAU 44 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD MIAMI FLORIDA For Impartial Advice Regarding Travel—Automobile. Air. Bus. Rail, or Steamship Reservations Made and Tickets Sold Hotels Recommended FREE DELIVERY CONGRATULATIONS Ph. 2-9800 HAUGH'S SKILLET O' CHICKEN "BY HECK IT AIN'T ALL NECK" • WE FRY OUR CHICKEN IN PEANUT OIL • SERVED IN A SKILLET WITHOUT SILVERWARE • WE CATER TO BOXED CHICKEN FOR PARTIES 1600 WEST FLAGLER EAT IT AS YOU DO AT HOME" GREETINGS CARTER ROCK & SAND CORP. FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND JOE J. BROWN. Manager 4201 N. W. 27th Avenue Miami. Florida Plant Phone 7-7480 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Sidney H. De Wolf A FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUILDER OF HOMES SINCE 1910 236 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE PHONE 3-3990 OPEN EVENINGS and accept every vile fiction and distortion: that the Jews must continue in the struggle to be understood and to demand security under the law of this land and a right to live in dignity." In rendering this servici Jewry, Mr. Livingston continued. "We really arc fulfilling a patriotic function in battling against antagonisms and hatred so that the democracy of Ami I may continue to bless the inhabitants of this land." The aims of the ADL in 1941 he stated as being: "to combat and eliminate defamation of Jews, and to counteract un-American and undemocratic propaganda through a broad educational program: to advance good will and proper understanding between American groups: to preserve and translate into greater effectiveness the ideals of American democracy." Mr. Livingston took particular pains to clarify the relationship between the ADL and the Bnai Brith. in view of a misapprehension by some Bnai Brith people who thought that the new regional office would be directly under the jurisdiction of the Florida Bnai Brith lodges. He explained that although the Bnai Brith lodges are the tool and the instrumentality through which the League ocprates in many communities. all regional offices are part of the national ADL and function in accordance with its general policies. While it is true that the lodges and the ADL cooperate very closely, in many communities the funds for the support of the ADL come from solicitation outside the Bnai Brith lodges, in some instances from non-members. Furthermore, the ADL regional offices serve not alone the Bnai Brith lodges, but the entire Jewish communities of the area in which %  to him suddenly that in dew I current conditions, he must do his shan wards furthering his own personal security as an American through participation in the educational program of the j League. Following informal discussion the three guests, a lively GREETINGS Trains. Boats. Motors, Planes. Stamps, Racing Cars PHONE 3-1201 THE HOBBY SHOP FREDERICK A. NEWMAN 109 Shoreland Arcade ensued in which question period e gave their reactions to sit< in the Florida area and I that patience be exercised in the evolution of the program for the new office. All took sharp issue with a recent report that anti-Jewish agitation in America had struck a new low in the past year. Tiny felt that unfor(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) GREETINGS I. B. IRWIN TERMITE AND FUNGI SPECIALIST 3925 Ponce de Leon Boulevard CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA PHONE 4-4305 NEW LUXURIES! MORE SEATS ON THE SILVER METEOR FLORIDA'S MOST FAMOUS COACH STREAMLINER The ONLY streamlined coach train in DAILY service from both coasts of Florida to New York and the east. Fait, smooth-riding, Diesel-electric locomotive. Comfortable, reserved seat for entire trip for every passenger-at very low coach fare. Two dining cars; lowpriced meals. THREE feature cars; buffet-lounge, tavern-lounge and observation-lounge cars. Air conditioned. Radio. Stewardess nurses. Iv. 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941 fJewlsli Meridian PAGE THREE GREETINGS ART & RUBY'S Barbecue and Restaurant 3150 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-5823 CONGRATULATIONS H I A L E A H RIDING CLUB • Horses Boarded 0 Trained • For Hire 71 West 8th St. Phone 8-2186 HIALEAH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SCHAEFER CORAL GABLES SIGN CO. 115 Sevilla Avenue PHONE 4-2712 Special Tour to Havana 537.50 VTA BOAT 2 Days and 1 Night in Havana Main Office. Lobby Southern Cafeteria, 326 E. Flagler St.. Miami. Florida. Phone 3-1918. Miami Beach, 128 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Florida. Phone 5-1302. LEADING ACTORS TO ENTERTAIN AT "NIGHT OFSTARS" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) and Dunn, announce that the following star performers from the various night clubs in and around Greater Miami have volunteered their services: Jack Drmpscy and Benny Gaines will have on hand Helen Morgan, Gary Loon and Tut Mace, Jean Travers. Roy Davis and Gil Galvan's San Souci Dancers, from the Pago-Pago Room. Sam Gaines is bringing from the Beachcomber Xavier Cugat, Miguelito Valdez, Lena Romay, Carmen Castillo, Adel Mara, Bob and Grace Conrad and the Tropical Dancers. Ben Marcjen's Colonial Inn will be represented by Harry Richman, Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lewis and Paul Whiteman. The Royal Palm will send over Milton Berle, Martha Raye, Abe Lyman, Betty Bruce, The Royal Guards, and Rose Blaine. Tommy Claire will offer from the Paddock Club Tess Gardell, Rogers and Morris and Leon Prima. Sammy Lewis will furnish the Slapsie Maxie's roster, including Frances Faye, Maxie Rosenbloom. Cully Richards, Al Klein and Count Joe Ploski. The Esquire Club will be presentd by Cross and Dunn, Teddy Lawlor and Howard Brooks. The Miami-Biltmore will be represented by Elaine MUer, who is scoring a hit in her Miami Beach singing debut, and who is one of the new "finds" of the season. The Latin quarter will be represented by Sally Rand, Nan Blakstone and Frank Mazzone's Apache troupe. Lew Mcrcur's Nut Club will bring Tubby Rives and his laugh-provoking performers. While Kitty Davis will furnish from her popular Airliner Billy Vine and Carol Vance. The Rumba Casino will send Sammy Walsh and Rosita liios. Mother Kelly's will provide Owen and Parker, Bennett Green and Gloria Whitney. And from the Club Bali will come Peggy Fears and Lolita Cordoba. The Carrousel will bring over Ella Logan and George Givot. New additions are coming in every day and augurs well for the success of this event from an entertainment point of view. Also present that evening will be notables from the sports world and leading public officials. Tickets can be obtained by calling Mr Adler, 5-4454, or Mrs. Bertha Levy, ticket chairlady. 5-5781, or at the box office of the Olympia theatre. TELEPHONE 4-4240 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. PETERSON. District Manager FORMS KOR EVERY BUSINESS PHASE PURCHASING — RECEIVING — STOCKKEEPINO — PRODUCTION SKI.I.ING — CREDITS — SHIPPING — INVOICING — ACCOUNTING COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE ELSE GREETINGS MAULE INDUSTRIES BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Main Office. 1760 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach. Fla. GREETINGS To All Our Jewish Patrons and Friends MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MTAUD AWNING COMPANY 742 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-6042 CONGRATULATIONS LAWRENCE LUMBER COMPANY •MIAMI'S MOST ACTIVE YARD" Supplying Quality Lumber to Builders, Contract:" and Carpenters Since 1920. 667 N. W. 14th Street Phone 3-3663 WE PAY THE HIGHEST CASH FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK NO WAITING NO DELAY LEE JOHNS MOTORS N. W. 7th Ave. at 6th Street Phone 3-2576 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRED HOWLAND. Inc. GENERAL CONTRACTORS Postal Building Water Well. Fire Well. Drain Well. Irrigation Sprinkler System. Py^P H P a,r Commercial and Domestic Water Sof tener. DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO. 1528 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA Office Phone 3-2907 J. B. HURST. President SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ~^ NOLAN-PEELER MOTORS, INC. LA SALLE CADILLAC PONTIAC 2044 Biscayne Blvd. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NEW YORK MEAT MARKET 619 Washington Avenue MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MAXWELL HOUSE DINING ROOM Noted lor Miami'. Finest Full Course Dinner 50 Cents 2147 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-5922 PRESIDENT URGES CITIZENS UNITE IN COMMONLOYALTY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) citizens in a common loyalty. The defense of America begins in the hearts of our countrymen. In this hour of emergency, let us set aside time to build our uni'y from within, to renew or faith in brotherhood, to quicken our national life, and to reinvigorate our patriotism with a renewal of that vision of democracy without which we perish as a people." In explaining the theme of the observance. Dr. Clinchy said the "basic purpose" of Brotherhood Week is to "unite citizens of all cultures in the determination that America shall be kept from the suicidal animosities disfiguring the common life in other parts of the world today. "Nothing can destroy a nation whose members are knit together by understanding and mutual esteem and from which hatred, suspicion and fear are barred," Dr. Clinchy said. Members of the local National Conference of Jews and Christians are D. H. Redfern, Benjamin E. Bronston, and Andrew T. Hcaly. GREETINGS ACME SEPTIC TANK 5705 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 7-7613 Brotherhood Greetings B. E. BRONSTON Lincoln Road Properties SALES LEASES REALTOR 605 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-5868 GREETINGS Scientific Reducing and Massage Colonic Irrigation Mineral and Blanket Baths The Florian Massage Studio 4104 ROYAL PALM AVENUE Miami Beach, Florida. Ph. 5-3957 •IT'S s.MAKT To BE BUSNDBR" GREETINGS LEW HEWES Outboard Motors — Boat. Authorized Johnson Dealer. Since 1925 841 >/2 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 2-8918 I Do your duty toward mankind. Help the Community Chest. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MONNAH PAHK SERVICE STATION 2201 N. W. 41st Street PHONE 7-9392 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS WATCH FOR THE FULLER BRUSH DEALER He Calls Six Times Each Year THE FULLER BRUSH CO. 210-211 Postal Building Phonee 3-3014 Miami CONGRATULA TIONS SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY I. A. MEACHAM, General Agent 1100 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 7-1631 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS PRUEERT CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004 MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA RAPID ADVANCEMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES A few months of specialized training alter Commencement will qualify you for a preferred position in business The Defense Program requires trained office workers Typists, stenographers, accountants, and others are needed in business, government and army offices. Qualify for early employment and a promising future. PHONE OR WRITE FOR 1941 BULLETIN. 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PAGE FOUR vjenist fkridiar FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 PLANT AND MAIN 21 S. W. SECOND MIAMI P. 0. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE FLORIDA FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Editor E*ced as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post Ofcce of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION S2 0 will send a copy of the late Dr. Smanuel Lasker's TRIO TEAMS last t^ok, "The Community of the Future'' One of the principal techniqu I by thi STAGE AND SCREEN Break down prejudice and create • tri i ti an composed of a Protestant, Catholic and Jewish clergymen or This team travels together, together, eats together and platforms together. :' ire large audiences and convi rse togther '' %  r's faith up miscon For pie: Prot.; 'Pn ti stants commonly that Catholics and Ji ws Iocs i n • vi ry American To Curt Bois, the comedian who made such a hit in The Lady in Question, is credited the remark that Hedy Lamarr "runs the gamut of emotions from A to X-stasy" Which reminds us to tell you about Jotta Goudal, whom some of you may remember as Hedy Lamarr of the 'twenties She dropped out of pictures when they began to talk—but she's one of Hollywood's favorite interior decorators nowadays ... If you're interested in theatre decoration and such, be sure you get a copy of Mordecai Gorelik's "New Theatres for Old" Did you know that Melvyn Douglas' father was the concert pianist Edouard Hesselberg? ... A screen version of the life of George Gershwin is promised by Warner Brothers for this year "The Mechanical Heart," by Sam Behrman, which is opening late this month, may or may not turn out to be a box office success, but it is a significant play of our times ... It opposes to philosophies that sue. The question frequently put of the late Ernst Teller, the German playwright who committed to Catholics is: Didn t the Pope suicide a couple of years ago. and that of Colonel Charles tell you to vote for Al Smith?" Lindbergh ... And of course the play is distinguished by the This :.the official Brotherhood Week poster contributed by Neysa McMein I lot the eighth annual Brotherhood Week celebration sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Brotherhood Week will be observed in over two thousand communities during the week of Washington's Birthday. February 22-28, 1941, The painting depicts the winged spirit of liberty pleading for Americans of all faiths to work together for the future of their children. The children symbolize the Protestant. Catholic and Jewish faiths, with whom the National Conference has been furthering justice, amity, understanding and cooperation since 1928. Ca'.h.: "No, the Pi,piis not interested in American politics, as non-Catholics generally seem to think. As a matter of fact, many Catholics did not vote for Al Smith." Prot.: "A second popular question put to Catholics is. '"Aren't you Catholics striving for a Catholic President of the United States?" Cath.: "No. I do not want to Bee a Catholic President.' I trust, however, that when the right time comes the United States may have an American president who is a Catholic." Jew: "If one surveys the various great industries of the country, the unfortunate legend of Jewish domination apparently evaporates. Take for instance, the railroads, steel, telegraph and telephone, the utilities, and there is very little Jewish influence there." Prot.: "The automobile is another industry in which there are few Jews." Both speakers and audiences hav a good time, the air is cleared and audiences leave with a (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) play is distinguished by scintillating Behrman dialogue ABOUT PEOPLE Mane-Katz. the Polish Painter, is a recent arrival in this country ... Not so long ago he was an inmate of a French concentration camp, and all his paintings had been lost in the Nazi occupation of Paris ... But he got out. reached these shores and got work with his brush and palette—and now his work is being exhibited in a New York gallery ... Abe Goldstein, wellknown Hartford, Conn.. Zionist leader, is not only a distinguished student of Jewish lore but a fishing enthusiast as well ... He is now at work on a Yiddish book on fishing, which will be the fust volume on that subject ever to be published in Mameloshen Hicardo Cortez no longer is the matinee idol he used to be. but a couple of hundred of Los Angeles kids think he's the best ^I er j'u ? n the rec ular Playground of these kids was ooidemned by the city last year. Cortez fixed up a new one for them, complete with gymnasium and all SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE Ri^n^f atUla,1 nS Rabbi baac Landman, editor, and Lou* Hittenberg executive and literary editor, on the appearance of 3 T hre ^,' he ^versal Jewish Encyclopedia which when 2' wU1 bnng y u "P-'o-date knowledgVon every Jewish 325. J? m f a,y V lumes • Volume Three starts with henn, ^H **** Wi,h Educ 'in. which seems to be a sigruwn,^, a an 9 ement We can't help wondering whether vcTl hapP J accident "We hope you-and you, and fore^l a T n V he sub8cri1 !" to the Encyclopedia, and there fore have already received this new vohime But. just in Ss vL I"!" l 31"? ,0 Whel vour PrS with some chop bits we ve gleaned from this one. whichTyou remember, is the (CONTINUED ON PAGE •)



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941 -Jewish Fkrkiton PAGE FIVE 3 .: GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For Daily Deliveries Call 7-2952 Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy 8900 N. W. 27th Avenue Visitors Welcome BROTHERHOOD WEEK OBSERVED T (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) A MAN AND HIS CLOTHES Wherever he goes and whatever he does, his clothes are virtually a part of his personality — Evidence of his taste, his standing, his success. <^ For Fine Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3812 For Prompt and Courteous Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Ave., Miami Beach PHONE 5-9407 Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure BEFORE YOU BUY— SEE LEON ELKIN Represents Largest and f Lowest Net Cost LIFE INSURANCE CO. IF YOU DON'T—WE BOTH LOSE MONEY CALL 5-1317 better understanding and appreciation of each group than when they came. During the past twelve years trio teams have spoken before more than 40,000 meetings. Very often, there are interesting by-products of tnc visit of these trio teams. In one tiny Kansas community 265 people turned up to listen to a team. The normal population of this hamlet is 250 people. Shortly after the trio left town the community decided it would form a permanent "round table" of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. But the community was in a quandary because there were Omeylnrv CLARA MAY DOWNEY Owner and Manager OLD-FASHIONED MARYLAND DISHES Prepared In (he tradition of the old South. Served ID colorful surroundings. noon fo nln COCKTAIL BAR 1045 DADE BOULEVARD VISIT US IN NEIU110 RK STREET 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 \ "FtOJIOA'l FINEST A M FR IC AN | EW IS H DINNER < ir %  %  r.ir.ciiic *'< COUINS AV, %  SKYRECDS For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IIAIIE PEItpiLU •§ MIAMI 4S NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $5,600,000 • J. M. LIPTON. President no Jews in the town, and round tables are required to have a Protestant, Catholic and Jewish co-chairman. So it was decided to have a local Catholic pinch-hit as Jewish co-chairman. The visit of a rabbi to a leading Catholic Seminary was so favorably received that the Superior agreed to cooperate in the scheduling of the rabbi as speaker before a number of Catholic Seminaries. Typical of the appreciation expressed by local leaders is that of the president of a western State University who said: "This voucher (toward the traveling expenses) is but a very small expression of the real measure of our gratitude for the privilege of having those men here." The demand for these trio teams comes from all sorts of groups—churches, civic clubs, service organizations, women's clubs, schools and other community groups. Two years ago the International Poultry Convention used a trio over a national radio hookup. During January of this year, the Colorado Home Demonstration Agents convention, which was held in connection with the annual Western Stock Show held at Denver, invited the National Conference of Christians and Jews to provide a team for discussion of "The Place of Religion in a Democracy." ROUND TABLES The central unit of the National Conference is the local "round table" composed of representative Protestants, Catholics and Jews in the community. There are more than 300 such round tables throughout the country from New York to San Francisco. The function of this unit is to reduce friction between groups in the community, create goodwill, and get Protestants, Catholics and Jews working together on projects of mutual interest. What these projects are depends upon local conditions. For example, the Baltimore round table discussed local inter-culture tensions and took helpful action. Among the tensions: Baltimore department stores' relations with Negroes; questions involving public school text books; clinical diagnosis of a secret anti-Semitic agitation. In New York City women were "tourists for a day" when they visited Catholic, Protestant and Jewish centers in their city. The guides were parish members; the lecturers were parish clergy and religious school heads. The aim was to reduce "the hate and persecution which is based on ignorance" as a priest put it. The Central Labor Union Council sponsored a rally for NCJC speakers in Minneapolis. Results: Labor realized that religious leaders are vitally interested in organized labor; that business, agriculture, labor and religion have a common stake in freedom. In a number of communities members of the three faiths have united to promote clean literature campaigns. In others the three faiths have joined to further religious instruction in the schools. Better relations with labor, combatting juvenile delinHOLLEMAN'S GRILL "The Food The Service The PriceIncomparable" Dinners From .... 50c Breakfast Luncheon Dinner 14th Street at Washington MIAMI BEACH quency, furthering more wholesome marriage and family relationships, helping to solve unemployment, finding homes for refugee children, and furthering a better understanding between capital and labor, are some of the many projects upon which members of the three faiths cooperate. INSTITUES OF HUMAN RELATIONS One of the most significant ventures of the Conference is the holding of national and regional Institutes of Human Relations where leaders of the three faiths discuss problems and study various techniques for achieving more wholesome relations. Most famous of these institutes is the Williamstown Institute of Human Relations, held biennially at Williams College in Massacheusetts. A similar institute is held on alternate years at Estes Park, Colorado, while regional institutes in the South, Middle West, and in other sections are held periodically. These institutes are recognized as the "religious conscience of the nation," since they are the only national conventions bringing together religious leaders of the three faiths for study and discussion of important contemporary issues. The last Williamstown Institute, for example, had as its theme "Citizenship and Religion." Leading Americans discussed such topics as the religious attitude toward peace and war, economic questions, educations, and other timely problems. This summer's Institute will consider every phase of the kind of world Protestants, Catholics and Jews would like to create and live in. YOUTH PROGRAMS The National Conference is particularly interested in youth. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) \W\I\ ISLE Jndum'ViUayi SOUVENIRS-GIFTS N. W. Mth Ave. >t lnih 8t. I>ri>r out \V. U11I.T to N. W. rjlh Av., ill. n Nsrth to ICIh St. Open 9 A. M. to (P.M. I DNEDF FLORIDAS tJBA R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertilizer Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIDA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone Homestead 1711 OFFICE: MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-3264 numoju A L. 1 I OIIOIllll MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service — always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL Resident tfansjri r ABE EISENBERG %  I 1 % 



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PAGE SIX *Jewist>nor/c*r} FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941 GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Patrons and Friends DOLLY DIMPLE DELICATESSEN 503 N. W. 7th Ave. PHONE 2-9701 GREETINGS DANELS GORTON CONSTRUCTION CO. Incorporated Residence Commercial New Work Modernization Best Craftsmanship Moderate Cost INQUIRIES INVITED 1755 N. W. 51st Ter.. Ph. 7-5420 If No Answer Call 2-3433 GREETINGS E. F. CHAPLIN ALUMINUM Awning Type Tropical Windows ALUMINUM DOORS 420 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-7331 GREETINGS I REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS REALTOR 605 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH TELEPHONE 5-3344 HALF DAY FISHING in the GULF STREAM for SNAPPERS. GROUPERS KINGFISH. SIC. ROD and REEL TACKLE BAIT FREE FARE $1.50 ALL DAY S2.50 62-FOOT BOAT "SEA KING" 8:20 A. M. and 1:90 P. M. Daily PHONE 5-3440 STRICTLY Tidbit* from Evrywher by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) : volume that contains the approved biography of Charlie Chaplin .. Dd you know, for example, that back in 1750 one Myer Hart was one of the founders of the city of Easton. Pa. That Lewis Naphtali Dembitz. uncle of former Supreme Court Justice Louis Dembitz Brandeis. was one of GREETINGS CROSS DISPLAY SERVICE 1321 S. W. 40th AT. Ph. 4-2914 GREETINGS CORPORATION PRF5S & STAMP WORKS, Inc. Rubber Stamps Seals 323 N. E. 1st Aye. Ph.2-1886 Miami. Florida the two Jews who were delegates to the Republican National Convention of 1860, the one that nominated Abraham Lincoln? That the first Jew to occupy a Christian pulpit was Rabbi Max Lilienthal of Cincinatti's Congregation Bene Israel, who in March. 1867. preached in his city's Unitarian Church? That that hitherto unknown quantty, the middle name of the Free Synagogues Rabbi Jacob X. Cohen, is Xenab'.' That the late Supreme Court Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo never attended a law school, but studied for his bar exam with the aid of a private tutor—one Horatio Alger. Jr.? That it is the view of many scholars that the word ••Hebrew'' is derived from the name of Eber. who was a grandson of the Biblical Shem. 'and thus a great-grandson of Noah? That the famous Jewish name Rappaport is derived from that of Rafa Hakbhen of Porto. Italy? And that Abraham Ibn Ezra, the Hebrew poet who flourished in the early 12th century, wrote a poem in which he gave a move-by-move description of a game of chess? GREETINGS COOPER COMPANY FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT "Everything for the Kitchen" RETINNING and REPAIRING 2118 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0844 GREETINGS CHASE'S SEA FOOD RESTAURANT Sea Foods Stone Crabs Steaks OPEN 24 HOURS Baker's Haulover. N. M. Bch. "I hate to leave Florida, but it's great, riding on the FLORIDA SUNBEAM AIR CONDITIONED TO THE MIDWEST — Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M. Through sleeping cars for Chicago, Cleveland and Detroit. Through reclining-seat coach to Detroit. Direct route. Travel in comfort and safety at low cost — in coaches and Pullman cars. Lounge car. Dining car. Cllf TICKET OFfICK 173 East Flaslrr Sireel, Miami Tel. 3-8391 T. W. Lu.kctt, A.G.P.A. 0 MODERN! GREETINGS BLUE DERBY RESTAURANT 697 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9313 GREETINGS Bell Window Cleaners General Maintenance 2712 N. W. 13th Av. Ph. 2-3613 Brotherhood Greetings Coral Gables Garaqe 132 Giralda Avenue Coral Gables Phone 4-2424 ADL NEWS SERVICE OF BM_Jlj_BniTH ,CONTINUEO_FROM PAGE 2) tunately this is wishful thinking. for the chain ol hate-spread propaganda has not been broken and people should not blind themselves to reality by believing that the danger from bigoted and subversive elements is past. Such a course would lull the Jewish group into a false sense of security and would be detrimental to its best interests. COMMUNITY-WIDE PARTICIPATION Whenever work which has been don.' largely on a volunteer basis begins to receive professional attention there is an undercurrent of feeling, some of it quite natural and healthy on the part of the laymen who have been active, that they are being deprived of participation to which they are iustly entitled. This is particularly true of public relations work involving problems that today are the common concern of all Jews. What was first .stated in these columns several weeks ago needs to be repeated, in order to allay this feeling. No ADL job can be done in its entirety by a professional staff unless it enjoys the dynamic support of all elements in the community. Aside from the necessity for cooperative planning, there is a definite need for manpower, at times in large numbers, in order to carry out projects planned by the professionals. In developing its program. the ADL already has undertaken i one such project, the fulfillment of which requires the services of about 100 intelligent, inter%  ested volunteers. Each of these I people should be willing to de' vote three or four hours to a given assignment. At the recent meeting of Sholem Lodge, an appeal was made for such assistance and about 35 individuals responded. More workers are needed. As soon as the requisite number is secured, a meeting will be called, at which time full and complete instructions will be given on the details of the undertaking and the manner In which it is to be conducted. Every individual who is interested should submit his name to the office at 617 Scybold Building, phone 3-6306. You need not be a mi mbcr of Bnai Brith in order to take part in this work. The invitation extends also to the ladies. The office "f th Anti-Itefamathm League i li>eated at 817 Hey bold itulklinK. Phone 3-6306. All Florida communities' or* Invited to avail themselves 1 of the Bervloea offered l>y the ornunlzaUon and in consult on iiiattrs of an antf. defamation nature. CONGRATULATIONS MEH A F F E Y S Trail's End Sundry and Restaurant 1 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-M79 CONGRATULATIONS CHAS. D. MOSS Septic Tank Co.. Not Inc. Septic Tanks Installed. Cleaned and Repaired 3994 S W. 12th St. Ph. 4-6667 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MURRAY PAINT & BODY SHOP 60 N. E. 27th St. Ph. 38844 GREETINGS ACME SUPPLY CO. Johns-Mandeville Bonded Roofers SHEET METAL WORKS 134 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 2-6497 You'll find Its SOFT AND QUIET RIDE W E INVITE YOU to compare the ride of your present car, no matter what it is, with the ride of this year's Ford. Never before in Ford history have we devoted so many improvements at once to producing increased comfort. We lengthened both wheelbase and springbase. We designed entirely new bodies of greater length and width than ever before. Bodies with as much as seven inches added to seating width. Bodies with wider doors and bigger windows than ever. Then we equipped this big 1941 Ford with softer "SlowMotion" springs. With a new frame that is 100% more rigid. With improved shock absorbers. And with a perfected ride stabilizer for steadiness on turns and in high winds. The result is a ride that many say is new for a car of any size! hard to beat at any price! GET THE FACTS AND YOU'U GET A FORD?



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 +Jewist> fkridfian PAGE SEVEN Sincere Brotherhood Greetings STANLEY LUMBER & MILLWORK CO.. INC. STANLEY HODES. Pret. %  •Quality at the Riflh* Price535 N. W. So. River Drive PHONE 2-1728 GREETINGS AIR CONDITIONING and REFRIGERATION HILL DISPLAY CASES AND MARKET FIXTURES FLORID A HILL YORK C ORPORATION TELEPHONE 3-2693 1225 S W. 8th Street Brotherhood Greetings F & S TIRE CO. "A Tire for Every Purse" Retreading Recapping Vulcanizing Wholesale and Retail 7742 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 7-7450 Brotherhood Greetings fxtoah Uteirutock Accessories Apparel 829 Lincoln Road 830 Lincoln Road Founders and Functions of National Conference of Christians and Jews Hot* U a typical "round table" el th National Canlrnc of Christians and J*>wi discussing methods of promoting goodwill and cooperation among all faiths in ths community. A trio team — prlost, minister and rabbi — ol ths National Conference. Such loams have spoken before 40,000 meetings la the last 12 yoan spreading the message ol goodwill. Chief Justics Charles Evans Hughes signed the letter to prominent Americans which led to the formation of the National Conference. Newton DBaker, former Secretary of War. was the first Protestant co-chairman and held that position until his death. Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. one of the best known preachers of this country, was a founder of the National Conference. BEAUTIFUL VENETIAN CAUSEWAY "THE SHORT WAY" TO AND FROM MIAMI BEACH Brotherhood Greetings LEW M. CISCO TRANSFER & STORAGE 328 N. E. 2nd Ave. PHONE 2-5411 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRANK S. EVANS CO. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 7-1131 300 N. E. 71st Street PHONE 7-2821 GREETINGS TELEPHONE ANSV/ERING SYSTEM OF AMERICA Accurate Efficient Confidential Courteous Service Rendered By Florida Professional Service 1101 Lincoln Road Phone 5-7461 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DAVIS IRON WORKS Incorporated BOI'-ERMAKERS AND CERTIFIED WELDERS Ph. 2-6030 1980 88 N Miami Ave. Reconditioned Boilers For Sale and Repairs Day or Night Anywhere Smokestacks and Tanks GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. and A. W. HOOVER The NATIONAL TITLE CO. 2501 Alhambra Circle New York $ I 5,*JU WAY • THROUGH SERVICE • NO CHANGE • NO EXTRA FARE Newark. N. J. $ 15.90 Trenton. N. J. 15.15 Philadelphia. Pa. 14.70 Baltimore. Md. 14.00 Washington. D. C. 13.40 Roanoke. Va. 11.40 Charlotte. N. C. 9.20 • e FOR ALL BUS INFORMATION PAN AMERICAN TRAILWAYS 53 N. E. 1st St, Miami Phone 2-3129 825 Washington Ave.. M. B. Phone 5-4956 GREETINGS FISK TIRES AMERICA'S SAFEST Assure Extra Mileage Greater Safety Less Tire Trouble Distributors: MIAMI TIRE RETREADING COMPANY 700 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-S686 GREETINGS HAROLD FRIEDMAN Factory Authorized MOTOROLA SERVICE at Walt Hayes Sinclair Station Biscayno Blvd. at 10th Street PHONE 2-8877 Miami's Oldest FLORIDA SUNLAND FOODS. INC. Available at Leading Fruit Shippers The Original Pure Papaya Syrup Brotherhood Greetings JOSEPH ELSENER AND LOUIS D. HARRIS Real Estate Investments Business Opportunities 2603 Collins Avenue 933 Lincoln Road PHONES 5-6716—5-6717 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ELECTROLUX. INC. • Postal Building We Extend Brotherhood Greetings To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons SNIDER ANTIQUE & GIFT SHOP 1029 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-0282 Mrs. H. B. Snider, Prop. GREETINGS MAJOR L. L. FERRIS WASHING MACHINES New Used All Makes Repaired 64 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 2-7124 Brotherhood Greetings EDITH & FRITZ 3236 North Miami Avenue SHRIMP LOBSTERS GERMAN SPECIALTIES Brotherhood Greetings HAMMOND LOBSTER CO. 25 S. W. S. River Drive Phone 3-1326 Brotherhood Greetings DR. F. H. FISHER 943 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-3589 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MIAMI SHOW CASE


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1941 fJetvlsli noridf/ar? PAGE NINE DISTINGUISHED PERSONALITIES ASSUME LEADERSHIP IN UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL Many prominent leaders in American Jewish life have assumed leadership in the $12,000,000 War l-'.merpency Campaign of the United Palestine Appeal of which Dr. Abba 11 i lid Silver of Cleveland is National Chairman. In addition In the other officers the Honorary Chairmen of the 1941 United Palestine Appeal are (top row) left to right: Professor Albert Einstein, Governor Herbert H. I/fhman, and Judge Julian \V. Mack. (Bottom row) Henry Monsky. President -of B'nai B'rith; Hon. Nathan Straus and Miss Henrietta Szold. In accepting Honorary Chairmanship Governor Lehman declared: "Today, more than ever, Palestine offers a haven to thousands of unfortunate men, women and children who have been forced from their own countries by oppression, violence and intolerance. In no place in the world lias there been evidenced greater social consciousness or more constructive effort to improve the conditions of living. And in everything that they have done — whether it was economic or social in character — the Jews have shared the results of their efforts and sacrifices with the country as a whole." BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS I. E. SCHILLING CO. CONTRACTORS MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES MIAMI MIAMI BEACH BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE SPUR BAR GRILL PACKAGE STORE Chinese and American Foods—Day and Night All Sports by Western Union Ticker N. E. 1st Avenue at Third Street— OF p. Post Office IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 56 West Flaqler Street Phone 2-7443 Miami 509 Collins Ave. Phone 5-2648 Miami Beach SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH PATRONS AND FRIENDS RUSSELL PAIGE, Inc. DODGE LUXURY LINERS & TRUCKS 2020 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 3-8621 POLISH J REFUGEES TOLD T 1 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BISCAYNE TITLE CO. "OUR PLEASURE IS YOUR SATISFACTION" Biscayne Building Phone 3-4575 Budapest (WNS)—The antiSemitic Antonescu government in Rumania has given 5.000 Polish-Jewish refugees the alternative of returning to Nazi-occupied Poland or remaining in filthy Rumanian prisons at starvation rations, it was reliably reported here. Many of the 5,000 Jewish refugees wore soldiers in the former Polish army and will probably face firing squads if they return to Nazi-occupied Poland. They escaped into Rumania when it became apparent that the poorly equipped Polish army could no longer hold back the advancing Nazi troops. The refugees were interned upon their arrival in Rumania | and have remained in prison since the beginning of the war. Conditions in the Rumanian prisons are so horrible that it is believed here that many of the refugees will express a preference to rej turn home despite the fate which awaits them in Nazi Poland. Meanwhile, the panic-stricken Jewish population of Rumania, hardly recovered from the recent pogroms in which at least 2.000 Jews were killed, was reported to be in dread of similar pogroms in the near future. The anti-Jewish campaign in the Rumanian press has reached such violent proportions that Bucharest Jews are afraid to be seen in the streets. One newspaper, Porunca Vremi, urged the government to intern all Jews in concentration camps "in order to avoid a repeteition of the disorders." Another newspaper went so far as to say that pogroms were "nothing but Jewish propaganda designed to compromise the regime." Rumanian Jews daily besiege foreign consulates in a desperate attempt to secure visas to any country which will accept them. Few Jews, however, have been successful. R. R. 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?AG£ TIN • Mmist HcrHBar T-JI VC-*.-.. ZiJLy*: '.:-..: % % %  :.\ -. -. B %  ~%  "--": "-' %  j, v -.. %  -cafe The Mamrti 1 • ."' %  • %  -.. Bess ocaa • -~" ; %  ; %  %  %  %  -' %  if ?_*.':' '.* SKCOZT Scc-je-T S^x* 2 %  %  %  %  • • • Opesi bowse *Bbih>: %  -.-.-;..-.• 7 %  II B. I • %  %  a ...... • • %  ; ;. .'. %  "' 7: % %  A GUY'S AUTO PARTS JOT*' AN -> —. Late W:KU 137 .'." •. 2*.-.-. St ?.-.J 1171 C P. E E T : %  G S MELROSE 2 E.A *J T Y IALOI MM N. W. 27-_Are;.' PHONE 2-'.'.':i -zt -*-%  ** Auxuiarr -?..%  .I •-'" :_-4 Moi iaj M H %  Mn M -;. Kaul '-• J Mr Al -. • %  • %  Tl r 7 H • • • Ti* Me< Z.-z :..:.' %  it Ka Hall .-.: = %  n ." Th %  ;-... %  I • • • .. Z %  -:• FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1341 Grand Rabbi Mosheh Yechie Epstein, known as the Gzherover Rebbe is spending a week s v a -.at 1036 Washington Av e Epstein is the author of •he "Shun Shlomo," a remark able encyclopedia on the ethical tefhtnfi of the Bible and Rab. -re of all ages Rat-. Epsteia will be the guest at Malkeh to be held -z.-.t. February20. at -..-. Jacob synagogue. M:am; 7 public is welcome • • • Rabbis Z. L. LMMUl R. R : J Rosenberg, a'.; iiliinrtin of Jer. Miami as a delegat; rthan 130 id %  %  '--': %  ; They will rr.ake an the Beth Jac Saturday Feb 22 STEAKS • CHOPS SEA FOOD IN SEASON SEA FOOD GRILL Patronise the Best' 10 South Miami Are TOM FLINGOS. MOT. Erciherhood Greeting! GEORGE V. POTTER 823 N. W. 9th Court .-. 1 I :• S. M. PERKINS i %  : %  %  .... .. .. • i -: ... [ BrockJ M .%  .:-: r.cr.da Si : -. rents Mx %  -' % %  \. %  rsitj it : -..-. Tnangli L I SINCERE 2ROTHERHOOD GREETINGS IAS. T. DAVIS ROOSEVELT PHARMACY PHONE 2 $04=. .V:\ N E. 2nd Arena* I>r. S;r-.o= G^ni-jr^. ..illy rek I H t>re '' in i .' Karfan Hatirt %  7 : v Cultur; al Ft foundei lircctor. In 1933 Di Ginzt -1 I Pa Brotherhood Greeiingt GUNN 4 GOLL CONTRACTORS PHONE 7-6697 = : N E 36th Street GREETINGS SOUTHERN COLD STORAGE CO. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Coil Umpi Fa/rilities Fruits Va^etabLes Produca S**it—Saahoard Trackage 1701 W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 31211 k iW Jfc MB&3& SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ATLAS BUILDERS. Inc. PHONE 4-5774 2307 Pone* da Loon Blvd. Dr. Simon Ginzburg ftrhere he >-i--. active in the literary '.. % %  : tod where he served H ebalrnuui of th Hebrew Writers Association %  .'. Palestine. At •.:-.<•.-r.d of :S33 he was delegated to America by the two central agencies for Hebrew culture, the Hebrew WnVrrs Association of Palestine and the Brit Iwrit 0:arr.it • • % Mrs. Sarah Gorts. Mrs. Celt Furrr.an. son. Leonard and daughter. Frances, of Passaic, N. J., relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blumberg of Miami, are visiting at the Metropolis Hotel. Miami Beach %  -. Dorarj pr eni I ti %  National Mizra re for a ten da) Thej % %  .: % %  Tides Hotel. In i ir honor, t Bead Mia por ring i Zionist Forui be held Saturday night ; : thi Bet Synagogue M B at 8 pi Ra %  '. jt .-. Palestine a : %  It I th • ed Thu is tl t ti that nally pi it • • • • Abraham Bramscn "•.-. Annual Gran % % % %  Sundaj at :r.> : Beth David Audi:-... Among tht artist a Reich •..-•-of cere-.:'.; %  : f.'a.-.tr.r Maurice Ma-lyric tenor; Morris Goldman, violinist: Frances Goldman. accordiar.r Abraham Bramson. flute solo, melodrama presented by Molka Reich Portable Theatre: one act play in Yiddish under direction of Harry Greenberg. Tickets may be obtained at the door • • • As one of the series of Public Affairs" broadcasts, Senator Dunaher of Connecticut will speak over a national C. B. S. network on Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. The program locally will be heard over station W. Q. A VL He will talk on "Our Representative Republic", and will be introduced by Fred Harris, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, sponsors of the broadcast :-. Mar.: J ay 1 A .... -" 7 i •Mam: : t of the Est v ... • %  :.: Bet -.. 7 H 7 %  W rr.ei %  /%  • M Leah Sime Bel •• it. '-7. icer.: Roti .%  .GREETINGS r T. HARPER BONDSMAN CIVIC BUILDING GREETINGS BAER'S MARKET 517 Washington Arenue PHONE 5-3661 %  %  '. .r. • SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DR. WALTER K. FO LE Y Lincoln Road Miami Beach GREETINGS CARL GRAEFFS DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT 10938 Biscayne Boulerard Phone 7-9248 BREAKFAST — LUNCHES DINNERS Serred at Popular Price* Mis* Leah Simarick Representing Beth Jacob Sisterhood ir. the Queen Esther contest. winner will be the recipient of a beautiful gift. During the evening a ladies' beautiful gold antique watch will be awarded. On the balcony of the building card games and mah jongg will be played Mrs. Chertkoff, general chairman, is being assisted by Mrs. Abraham Kellner. Mrs Louis Kotkin. Mrs. H M. Kagan Mrs Victor Mell, Mrs. A I Orlansky. Mrs. Harry Schulman. Mrs R Sakowitz and Mrs. Harry Steinberg. AM proceeds of this event will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS W. G. LUNNEY TILE CO. Tile Work of Erory Description PHONE 7-1544 7*10 N. E. 4th Court MIAMI %  I % 



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 +JewistFk>ricUan PAGE ELEVEN GREETINGS To My Many Jewih Friend* and Patrona WHITE'S GARAGE 150 Beacom Blvd. Phone 49388 GEO. WHITE. Mgr. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS WHITTENBURG AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES Your I'atroniiK"' A|>|>rt-<-iut<>d Artificial Leather—Seat Cover* Upholstering N. A. WHITTENBURG 1246 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-8024 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS RENATO TTTTONI B R O T H E R H O O D G R E E T I N G S To All My Friends GEORGE STARR GREETINGS GERALD D. TANNER INCOME TAX CONSULTANT TELEPHONE 2.6841 Ingraham Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS B. W. THACKER Adding Machine* and Typewriter* Sold. Rented. Repaired, Exchanged. Ask about our Rental Purchase Contract PHONE 2-0115 123 N. E. Fint Street GREETINGS ACE MATTRESS CO. 156 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-2778 CONGRATULATIONS HENRY J. PILLIOD TILE 105>/2 N. E. 25th Street PHONE 2-6257 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS VAL C. CLEARY The Makers of That Good MOON KIST ICE CREAM and distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK Extend SEASONS GREETINGS ROYAL PALM CREAMERY & DAIRY PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. 17th Avenue COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND %  Additional Society Dr. Sanel Beer, superintendent of Rivermont Park Sanitarium, and his associate, Dr. I. S. Klieger of New York, entertained at dinner Monday night, Mme. Mana-Zucca, Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Irwin M. Cassel. Mrs. Bessie Weisman of New York. Among other guests were Mrs. I. S. Klieger, Miss Evelyn Weisman, Dr. Leo Honigsberg, Mrs. Dora Lieberman and Miss Ruth Brotman, Detroit. • • e A shower was held recently in honor of Miss Gertrude Neham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Neham of Miami Beach prior to her forthcoming marriage to David Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Berg of New York City. Miss Neham has returned to New York where the couple will make their home after their marriage which will take place this summer. • • • Candlelight pledging services were held by the members of Sigma Phi Kappa sorority Monday night at the home of Miss Betsy Rubenstein. Those pledged were Theada Gamsa, Vivian Cirlin, Eleanor Feigenblat, Phylis Berman, Tema Rubenstein and Bernice Wolfson. • • • Dave Lemelman left this week for a combined business and pleasure trip to Texas. The Freda Marlcowitx Auxiliary number 174 of the Jewish War Veterans will hold a bingo party Wednesday. Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. at the Beth David Auditorium, 135 N. W. 3 ave. Chairman for this affair are Mrs. Ann Jacobs and Mrs. Peggy Palmer. • • • Tuesday. February 23 at 8:30 p. m. at the Harrison Hotel, 411 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, a special meeting of the Workmen's Circle will be held. J. Guskin. president of the Workmen's Circle, and J. Baskin, general secretary, will be guests of the evening. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller will be hosts at their Victor Hotel at a dinner under the auspices of the Hias for Miami Beach Tourists, Tuesday, March 18. The entire proceeds will go for the work of the organization. e e • Rabbi H. A. Pardes of Chicago, editor, of the prominent Rabbini1 Journal, will visit in Miami Beach over the weekend. Brotherhood Greetings Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M. Tannenbaum of The Bryan Park Pharmacy Brotherhood Greetings A. B. CURRY City Manager. Coral Gables CONGRATULATIONS IO YNER'S SERVICE STATION EXIDE BATTERIES CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS 1000 N W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2 9480 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS KLINE'S FOOD CENTER 3322 N. W. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-9123 GREETINGS—FROM Edward's Service Station E. W. Wildman. Manager 1380 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-1661 1150 Collin* Ave Ph. 59017 Where Your Patronage i.s Appreciated To Our Patron* and Friend* Our Aim i* to Plea*e JONES SERVICE STATION STANDARD PRODUCTS ATLAS TIRES 24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE 2645 W. Flaoler St. Ph. 4-9110 Greeting, to My Many Jewi.h Patron* and Friend* LULA JONES FLOWER SHOP FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1910 S. W. 8th Str**t. Miami PHONE 2-9790 MM 5th Street. Miami Beach 111* pH0NE g.,52, DENNIS KING TO BE FEATURED AT THEATRE OPENING MON. NITE NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN National Council Jewish Women, Miami Section, will hold its regular Council Institute at the Miami Beach Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Tuesday, February 25 at 10 a.m. Appealing for the Consumer's league will be Thomas J. Mullins, state Egg Inspector of the Florida Department of Agriculture. On the International Relations group, Mrs. Aaron Fanwill discuss "Better Acquaintance With Our South American Neighbors"' and Mrs. Harry Barnhard will SDeak on "Social and International Legislation." All members and friends are cordially invited Dennis King, star of stage and screen will be featured at Gant Gaither Theatre in the farce comedy, "Petticoat Fever," opening Monday night, February 24 and closing Sunday night. March 2. King, who was starred in "Petticoat Fever" on Broadway several seasons ago, will be remembered for his singing and acting in 'The Vagabond King," "The Three Musketeers" and "Show Boat." Other plays in which King has been starred in are "Peter Ibbetson," "A Doll's House," "Romeo and Juliet" with Jane Cowl and "Richard of Bordeaux." Last season he was starred with Zorina in the musical, "I Married an Angel," on Broadway and on the road. GREETINGS THE BOAT RESTAURANT 39 N. E. First Avenue OPEN ALL NIGHT BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS STEEL WINDOW SERVICE 2162 N. W. 1t Ave Ph. 2-3251 CONGRATULATIONS TRAIL TAVERN SANDWICH SHOP 905 S. W. 8th Street PHONE 2-9156 To Our Friend* and Patron*—We Extend the Hand of Fellowship Young's Service Station "Your Pure Oil Dealer" 476 41st St. Miami Beach HOFFMAN LADIES' and MEN'S TAILORING Alteration* Dry Cleaning Ph. S-5346 Palm Court Hotel 313 23rd St. Miami Beach. Fla. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GLICK'S MARKET 2203 N. W. Seth St. Ph. 79421 Brotherhood Greetings HARRY BOONSHOFT 719 Collins Are. Ph. 5-9694 Brotherhood Greetings BAUMGARDNER U DRIVE IT 19 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-1601 Brotherhood Greetings EAT-A-BITE SANDWICH SHOP 1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9361 GLASS REPLACEMENT AMERICAN AUTO GLASS SERVICE CHARLES BLAU 1525 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0039 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SAYERS APT. HOTEL "A House Away From Home" 2728 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9196 JAMES SANTACROCE CREATOR OF STYLES for Ladies and Gentlemen 1'iiiformB. College Clothes, llu*lIMM Men's Clothe*, lUdinu Hubit*, I.-ulies' Tailoring. l'h. 4-4161 218 Coral Way Coral Gable* CONGRATULATIONS Collins Avenue Service Station PURE OIL DEALER 669 Collin* Ave. Ph. 5-7569 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SKIER'S SHOE SHOP Joe Kadar EXPERT SHOE MAKER 1174 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-3545 Johnson Coal & Oil Co. Furnace Oil. Distillate. Kerosene Burner* Expert Burner Service N. E. 8th Street at Bay Miami, Florida Day Ph .2-5707 Night Ph. 2-5604 CARS FOR RENT Day. Week. Month. Season All Makes Sedans, Coupes Convertibles Lowest Rates in Town Come In And Talk It Over with Mudd 1625 N. E. 2nd Ave. 3-5812 — Phone — 4-3059 Open Evening Til 10 CONGRATULATIONS DeauvUle Service Station GEO. PEEK. Prop. 6348 Collin* Ave. Ph. 6-9121 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION JOHN RITWE. Manaoer 1643 S. W. 8th Street BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ACE WINDOW CLEANERS 2017 N. w. 51t Street PHONE 7-1855 m a R E E T I N G S SWI r?5R MARINE ELECTRIC SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO FATHOMETER t-xjde Marine Batteries— Marine Electrical Service 19 S. W. Sixth Street PHONE 2-3992 Sincere Brotherhood Greetings YOUNGBLOOD ROOFING CO. 1100 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 3-1985 "Every Purchaser a Satisfied Customer" DIAMOND JEWELRY CO. -Two Store 333 Clematis Street W. Palm Beach, Phone 4807 20 West Flagler Street Miami, Phone 2-2418 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD qREETINGS J. ARON ABBOTT SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BOWMAN F. ASHE PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI WE EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES iPAN-AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. Janitor Supplies Sanitary Supplies Insured Exterminating "PACCO PRODUCTS" 334 West Flagler Street PHONE .3-MSSP' I Miami. Florida s w !| it :i I I



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I PAGE TWELVE +JmfaAHcrkilor FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 194] TEMPLE ISRAELI BETH JACOB i CONGREGATION 1*7 N E. 15t> Wf N! 0fic Pncrt 277*5 R'BB' JACOB H. KAPLAN P-. D { '.•-'. iro iC-et D-i.—'2* 1 Miami BJCPABB1 COLMAS A l+t "VAN i MOB La i-.rce C.? M:J>n. B'S'-7SI I Aaafci-^I:>r.i jrS """hlra %  tract, M am BeMOSES MESCHELCPF. RaBSi 711 •-: %  Aven-a PM-i -ja MAuRCE MAVC-E1 Cantr :=-:- -s MO! 22*3 s .-. ;c Tarraea Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HilleL Sabbath Eve Services I %  Feb. 21 lc n A Zv. it...... • Eel I ptior I : iper Sister ,-ill follow th Sabbath Morning Services I 12. a" :: E I Snydei I Mr and Mrs. ••. Norf ..-: '•' Reception in f th thw ervice. Sa • %  %  rprctal > Bib,' Men's Club Meeting T:. %  T Israi Men's friend ai herebj ::...;. invited I rallj f tl Mi iui laj •:. %  ; February _" Thi tun -. L^.J %  I -..%  fessi nal %  ••• rtaini :rom various ciu'r.s. as well a.a I : party, gan : rc-freshDue 1 r • fai ; that the i • liners rr.us: .. ack to theii • il immi dial Ij ftet ir | • rl : mai • ,.: th rally, irgi ,ur friends to be present a: ft p.m when th" program ill begin. M %  mbei '."• mpli : thi .r male fn-.nds nvited to attend. Dr B. B ;irk< ley %  airman of the i %  •• nBrotherhood Week .':. our coi .: lion, Brother",'.''• k %  •' be celebrated at the :. on Fvr.rua.-y 28. when R< in C. Zulauf of Miami, and Rev P. Wiley Scott of Miami Beacl be guest speakers IN MEMORIAM May '.:.'• Father of Peace send fort the berea ;ir.',r g j At thi :. .-• thi Friday evei ins, thi mi n >ry of the foflowing •••. lb. hi v,-ed: Yahra it Evi Furman Lub' • % %  A i '-. ann mothi r %  : Mrs Adolph Werth Etu Snetmai thei :.'._. Snetmar %  '.i na Bizir Icy tti r '.:' -Ar '. -. ~, .-.'.-..-.-.ar. Shachnss daily a: 7 ar.i e a Satui %  ~. :.: ; fr m 45 z m 6:30 • %  %  %  : %  Saturda %  p.m. Rabbi Meschel :': : •: -. Th< :'r.' I th W -. Junior Congregation jr V .r.z lira. junior ser *cl Fridaj night %  45 p rr. iy mom• •. in the T rah bui E'. %  ry I j froi • is invited 1 Th -: :• sera n H lelivered • p'eek by Bernard %  %  nts are served : ng rvi e I j Sistei Friday Night Forum G vi n • by Law thi subject : this I ri iay i — Ral M heloff. ad in the commui nging. D %  ats Guest Speaker bi Ch Brown w ill • thi -_•:•. ;:.. ker a the Saobath morning services. He will speak on behalf ol the Yeshivoss of old Hungary Radio Hour "Liberators" will be the tl of the radio address by Rabbi Mescheloff this Sunday aftr H>: will speak over rad.'.' station W.I.O.D. at 3 p.m. We pe you will listen in. Mizrachi Meeting Our men and women divisions of thf Mizr hi of Miami Beach are sponsor. ng a huge Mizrachi ...ii and melaveh malkeh this Saturday night in honor of the reknowned Mizrachi leaders. RaWolf Gold and Gedaliah Bublick. The meeting will be held at our synagogue Saturday night at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The public is invited. Young juaea The Young Judea of Miami Beach will meet at the synagogue Sunday at 7 p.m. Boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 14 are invited to join. Habanoth Our Habanoth meet Wednesday evenings at 7 p.m. at our synagogue. In honor of Chamisho Ossor they had a mother-daughter affair at the Astor Hotel last week. At the next meeting they will formulate plans for the celebration of Punm. This organization invites all girls between the ages of 12 and 15 of our faith Star Q&wU King, of The Vagabond King." "The Three Musketeer*." "Rose Marie." "I Married An Angel" IN THE COMEDY HE MADE FAMOUS ON BROADWAY Petticoat Fever" MON. NIGHT. FEB. 24. THRU SUN.. MARCH 2 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 -.:-'' "i *? ^ Bitndecfi F. SMITH. UP WIDENER WEEK tfxduAdcuj,, February 22 tAui fxxtwuiaq,, March 1 WIDENER WEEK brings to a close the winter racing meet at Hialeah Park, when the finest thoroughbreds from American stables comoete for coveted stakes and generous purses. Widener Week at Hialeah Park is an annual event of outstanding importance for All Florida, when Nortnern visitors and Floridians alike witness the running of eight races daily over a track proclaimed through out the sport as "The Most Beautiful Racing Plant in America." i WIDENER WEEK PROGRAM Saturday, February 22 THE FLAMINGO STAKES. $20,000 Added. Three-year-olds. One Mile and a Furlong. Eastern AMiaaa. $2,500. Foor-year-okk and up. One Mile arid ar. eighth. Monday, February 24 MWMI JOCIEY CLUB DrrfNTR ^nvrc r --• -.,.. .., .. % %  >; ursery Course, three :ur:or. -? Tuesday, February 25 BOUGAINVILLE* HANDJCAP. $2,500. Three-year-olds and up. Six Furlongs. Wednesday, February 26 THE LYNEWOOD, $3,000. Four-yaor-ciis or.d up. Twc Miles on turf. Thursday, February 27 !" :~h^! CE ^ LE N CLAIMmG J2 50 Th !" up One Mile and Friday, February 28 Saturday, March 1 !" !" ^0.M0 added Three-year-olds and up. One MUe and a auarter. H ial8 ah Juv^ Stak ... S-00a Twe yw oId ,_ ^^ Co ^ ^ f ^ POST TIME 2:00 P. M. ^S^^^^a ADMISSION CHARGES Ma an. F£C Man MMM 125S PM „ J^^"*"* *** %  T — H *t! Ui >-' % %  —*^wSaZ^Ta22 MINORS A 0 *""!!) M M S; -"""-*Grandstand $1.35 ^^%  ^-C-K^ Clubhouae .... ^^ 4 K ) lM Bleachers ... 64 DAILY DOUBLE First and Second Race* D -Dobl.W 1 doa w ., 4 5p M % %  % 



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941 +J(isirhriance EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotteon's home. 1009 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. MARCH 5—Miami Community Forum. Temple Israel. 5—Stunt Night. Y. M. H. A. 6—Youth and Democracy rally, Scottish Rite Temple. 12—Y. W. H. A. board meeting. 17—Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare Bureau luncheon meeting, Grossinger Hotel. 12:30. 19—Y. W. H. A. Book of Month Group. 23—Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine, Annual Donor Dinner, Victor Hotel. 23—Bazaar at Y. M. H. A. 26—Y. W. H. A. general meeting, program. 156 INCOME PROPERTIES To SelCct From. Store Blacks and All Types of Business Properties— Central and Suburban, on All Main Streets. Many Fine Offerings, Look Over Our List. Come to See. or Call H. H. 206 Halcyon Arcade LEWIN Realtor Phone 3-5373 or 2-6519 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS 5 Conveniently Located Stores to Serve You PIXIE,TIRE Co BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS OUALITY CUSHMAN BAKING CO. 1310 West Flagler Street THE SOUTHS NEWEST AND FINEST BAKERY BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SUN-RAYED PRODUCTS OF FLORIDA Manufacturers of PURE PAPAYA PRODUCTS JELLIES MARMALADES PURE FLORIDA HONEY 2052-2054 N. W. Second Avenue Miami, Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MERITA BREAD & CAKES FRESH DAILY DISTRIBUTED BY AMERICAN BAKERIES CO. 561 N. W. 32nd Street Phon* 2-5129 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO.. OF FLORIDA "FOR YOUR MIXED DRINKS" 1125 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-W78 !.; % 



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PAGE FOURTEEN +Jc*1siincr*fian FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ENGLAND'S SERVICE STATION Gulf and Standard Products "32 Years Experience" Kendall. Fla. Phone 49409 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS APPLIANCE SERVICE CO. APEX AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE 205* N. W 2nd Avenue Ph. 3-8979 FEDERATION NOTES • by ISAAC JOFTE Executive Director OUR SINCERE WISHES AND BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MIAMI TRADING AND RESTAURANT SUPPLY 1164 N. Miami Avenue BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MORE-REST CO. High Grade Work Reasonable and Reliable MATTRESSES OUR SPECIALTY 7923 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 7. 63^2 Upholstering. Studio Couches. Slip Covers. Mattresses. Box Springs. Pillows Brotherhood Greetings GADD'S STEAM LAUNDRY 1776 N. W. 34th Street PHONE 3-2428 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TELEPHONE 5.1837 Lakein Jewelry Co., Inc. DIAMONDS. JEWELRY. GIFTS Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairs 1116 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach. Fla. Brotherhood Greetings A. H. BRANNON BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Servi.Cycles Packard Bicycles Lawn Mowers SALES AND SERVICE MORE CYCLE & SERVICE CO. Not trieMIAMI. FLORIDA Tires. Parts. Tubes. Accessories 185 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7.2602 UNIFORM HEADQUARTERS NURSE BEAUTICIAN HOTEL PEGGY RYAN Uniforms Ph. 3-5911 Miami Seybold Arcade HAVANA KEY WEST DAYLIGHT TRIP 50 "DAY All Expense Tour %Vi Days, 2 Nights in Havana Crt se the waters of the Gulf ot Mexico in daylight to Havana. Tri iportation. Hotel. All Meals and Signtseeing. ASK FOR DESCRIPTIVE BOOKLET $ 37 VIA MIAMI By Boat I By Plane $37.50 | $46.00 Mitchell's TOI'ltS SINCE 19U .. Ulaa : Of; e 344" Easf Filler Street at D.scayne Boulevard Miami llvai'h 1634 Pennsylvania Avenue at Lincojn Road with Postal Telegraph As usual, the month of February finds Greater Miami beleagured with representatives of all hues and shades, soliciting funds for all kinds of institutions, here and abroad. And. once again. Federation reminds you to please refer such calls upon you to our office for investigation. One of the conditions dunanded of all our beneficiary agencies is that no direct solicitation be made of the permanent residents of our community, and you are urged to report any violation of that condition. Of course, this does not exclude the formation of local auxiliaries to these institutions, or the giving of affairs to which a charge is made for admission. We are happy to report that M. J. Kopelowitz. general chairman of our recent successful campaign, is recovering from a recent indisposition, and is again busily concerned with post-campaign activity. More power to him. It is indeed gratifying to note that at the recent meeting in Atlanta. Baron De Hirsch Meyer LEADER OF REXIST PARTY IS NAMED CHIEF BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH Diabetic Food. Sandwiches, Salads Miami Beach Health Food Shop 534 Collins Avenue Specializing in Fresh Steamed and Baked Vegetables Fresh Made Vegetable Juices PHONE 57165 MATERNITY HOME Doctor's Delivery. Including One Week's Hospitalization ONLY S6S (Free Ambulance Service) Splendid Care Good Food PHONE 4-6952 Stockholm WNS)—Leon Degrelle. leader of the Rexist Party and Belgium's No. 1 Jew baiter, will shortly be named chief of the Nazi administration in BelIgium by Adolf Hitler, it was reported heie. The same report stated that the German Fuehrer was disgruntled with the progress of the Nazi movement in occupied Belgium and planned the ap'pointment of Degrelle to intensify i the anti-Jewish campaign in that country. The Jewish population of Beljgium. already stripped of their I citizenship and subjected to iron! clad anti-Jewish regulations, re! ceived with apprehension reports Iof a change in the Nazi administration because of Degrelle's known record as a rabblerous, er and oogrom-incitor. The report of the Degrelle ap, pointment came as a surprise here since the Rexist chieftain has found few supporters of his program among the Belgian population since the Nazi occupation. Degrelle has been accused by %  __________________________________ %  was elected to the office of presi; dent of the southeastern region of the Council of Jewish Federation and Welfare Funds. It is a distinct honor to our community i and a clear recognition of Mr. Meyer's ability. We wish him every success in his new position. This makes the second time that OUT federation has received nationa] recognition, the first being the appointment of our president, i Stanley Meyers to membership %  on the committee on National' Budgeting Proposals of the CounCil of Jewish Federation, which met in N-w York City last Octo' 'ber. many patriotic Belgians of assuming the same role played by Major Quisling in Norway. Meanwhile. Belgians have been ordered to file statements concerning their property and other assets with the local Nazi administration. This measure was seen here as a prelude to a Nazi confiscation of all Jewish property and wealth. "THE BEST FOR LEASTTOPS — AUTO PAINTING WRECK SPECIALISTS RIIRIN'^ B0DV AND nUOU1a FENDER WORKS 1306 N. E. Bayshore Court Just off County Causeway BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GEORGIA (TLPEPPBR MADAL1NE CULPEPPER Tivoli Beauty Salon. Inc. "FOR Till: l.Al'V WHO CAREB" Open Evening* by Appointment Til W. PUurler St.. Miami, Fla. Phone 3-2561 GREETINGS WOOD'S GENERAL AUTO REPAIR Since 1909 ANVTHING-ALL CARS Workmanship Guaranteed 1121 N E. 1st Ave. Ph. 2 0275 Brotherhood Greetings JOHN C. FRAZURE REALTOR 833 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida GREETINGS \Y/ALTERSON YV BODY WORKS. Inc. 1135 N. Miami Avenue %  Skilled Craftsmen Throuoh the Years" GREETINGS U. S. FOUNDRY _, MANUFACTURING CORP. 422-28 N. W. First Court Ph. 2-8202 Miami. Fla. Brotherhood Greetings GRAHAM PAIGE SERVICE Miami. Florida 61 N. E. 9th St. Ph. 3-6097 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS F. ROMANO HIGH CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING 808 Olympia Building PHONE 3-6406 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CONCRETE and MASONRY 1084 N. W. 27th St. PHONE 2-5228 Brotherhood Greetings MICHAEL t. ADVERTISING SPECIALTIES Matches Signs Premiums P. O. BOX 33 or 155 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH PHONE 5-5556 HOME OFFERED 4 Master Bedroom House. Ser. vant Quarters: Exclusive Neighborhood on New River near Ocean. See Owner on Premises. 1110 S. E. 4th Street. FT. LAUDERDALE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS 7TH AVENUE AUTO TOP AND PAINT SHOP Auto Topi and Seat Covers Fenders and Bodies Straightened NORMAN HARDEN. Prop. 730 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 2-4919 NICK'S WHEEL ALIGNING Axle. Frame and Steering Service Knee Action Specialist 3546 N. MIAMI AVENUE i Rear Gulf Station) PHONE 2.8567 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS NORGE CARPENTER Authorized Service Co. 623 W. Flagler St. Ph. 36164 SLENDERIZE The Right Way—Scientific Reducing Our Specialty Also General Health Treatments MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE Dr. G. F. Ehrline. Director 7613.15.17 Biscayne Boulevard PHONE 77896 GREETINGS MIAMI CONSERVATORY 1737 N. Baythore Drive PHONE 2-5835 Brotherhood Greetings CLIFF GORDON 700 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-9673 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS DRESSES. BEACHWEAR SPORTSWEAR KURLANDER'S IMPORTERS Miami. Fla. Hollywood 131 Seybold Arcade BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MILES D. GALLOWAY REAL ESTATE 605 Lincoln Road Building PHONE 53341 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FRENCHY'S Complete Line of Novelties and Pottery 6405 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7.9506 GREETINGS COURT HOUSE BILLIARD ROOM The Ii.-t :ind Hlfcgect in thi> South Itll.IJAKD ROOM Sfl'I'I.lKS MORRIS BAIN. President Phone 2-74.12 :(7-41 N. W. Miami Court BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FLORIDA PAPER BOX CO.. INC. PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS HYMAN LESSIN Complete Line of Handkerchief. Linge-ie. Tie and Gift Boxes 246 N W 29th St. Phone 3-2906 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS A. G. DUNHAM CARBON & RIBBON CO. Mam|acturer I Highest Quality TM'EWRITER and ADDING MACHINE RIBBONS Buy Oiruct and Save ONE RIBBON 75c Each Additional Ribbon 25c 1001 N. W. 63rd St. Ph. 7-7588 • CONGRATULATIONS • MARILDA LINE Sightseeing Yachts SEE THE BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND INTERESTING SIGHTS ON • THE 22 ISLANDS OF • BISCAYNE BAY ABOARD THE LUXURIOUS AND SPACIOUS TWIN SCREW DIESEL SIGHTSEEING YACHT MARILDA FEATURING 21 AT 10:30 HOUR LECTURED CRUISE -1:30 —4:00 DAILY SPECIAL MOONLIGHT CHARTERS FREE PARKING AT DOCK ALTON ROAD AT 4TH QTRFPT MIAMI BEACH m ,1H STREET NEW YORK $1.50 ROUND TRIP For Information Sec.Your Bel. Captain. Travel Accent or PHONE 5-9687



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 +Jewlsl)narkUan PAGE FIFTEEN Brotherhood Greetings DIXIE CASH MARKET 139 N. W. 14th Street MIAMI. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings ECONOMY PLUMBING CO. 732 2nd St. Ph. 5-5689 Brotherhood Greetings J. C. KIMBALL REAL ESTATE :,37 41st St. Ph. 5-6224 GREETINGS I. V. HARDEMAN & CO. Insurance — All Lines 214 Congress Bldg., Ph. 3-4667 Brotherhood Greetings LEO HOHAUSER PLUMBING Contracting Repairing 1443 S. W. 3rd St. Ph. 2-8330 Brotherhood Greetings J. H. HAGOOD CO. WINDOW SHADES 3801 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2288 Brotherhood Greetings INGMAN MOTORS R. B. INGMAN 1864-72 S. W. 8th St. Telephone 3-4671 GREETINGS KIRKHAM JEWELRY & OPTICAL COMPANY Shoreland Arcade Phone 2-4647 Brotherhood Greetings JENSEN'S Trail Liquor Store 1723 S. W. 8th Street GREETINGS W. J. KNOX Civil Engineer and Surveyor Miami Springs AMSTERDAM JEWS FOLLOWING REPORTS OF NAZI POGROMS Geneva (WNS)—A feeling of tension prevailed in the Jewish quarter of Amsterdam, which houses about one-half of that Dutch city's 100,000 Jews, as reports spread that the Dutch Nazi party, with the approval of the Nazi administration, was planning a systematic pogrom to wipe out the Jewish quarter, it was reported here. The Nazi press in Holland has blamed the Jews for "inspiring" the recent anti-Nazi demonstrations in Holland. FAMOUS ARTIST RETURNS TO BEACH Elias M. Grossman, the artist from New York, famous for his etchings and painting, has returned to the Hotel Evans for his usual winter vacation, during which time he will exhibit some of his work at the Hotel. After Mr. Grossman's stay here he will go to Boston to attend his one man's Exhibition. Brotherhood Greetings KALER PRODUCE CO. 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5197 Brotherhood Greetings FOGAL DRY DOCK & STORAGE CO. ALL STEEL BUILDING 24-HOUR SERVICE N. W. 24th AT*. & 16th St. Rd. PHONE 4-9220 GREETINGS HARMON. INC. BLUEPRINTS 142 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami 1688 Alton Rd., Miami Beach Ph. 3-5777 Ph. 5-3535 GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AMERICAN FUEL OIL CO. S. G. MITCHELL 5120 N. W. 22nd Avenue PHONE 7-6677 Brotherhood Greetings MRS. CORA KISER 230 N. W. 30th St. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS MR. and MRS. JOSEPH R. STEIN AND FAMILY GREETINGS LEON'S BAKERY Baked Goods of Distinction 2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables. Fla. Ph. 4-5166 1 STILL DISCUSSED SHERTDK SAYS Tel Aviv (WNS—Palcor Agency)—The question of "the participation of Jews from the Diaspera countries in the war effort alongside Great Britain has not yet been dropped, "Moshe Shertok, political chief of the Jewish Agency executive, declared at a press conference here. Th press conference was occasioned by the return to this city of David Ben Gurion, chairman of the Jewish Agency, after an absence of nine and a half months? during which he visited England, the United States, New Zealand and Australia. Discussing the recent immigration-certificate restrictions, Mr, Shertok said that many immigrants under the previous quotas were still en route to Palestine and that the flow of that immigration is continuing unabated. "The Executive is doing its utmost to maintain immigration as long as travelling remains possible," he said, while criticizing the blow dealt immigration by the Government's order of Dec. 28 virtually suspending immigration except in special cases. He refuted the Governments contention that economic considerations motivated its decision, emphasizing that the position of the Jews in the Diaspera made imperative the saving of all those whom it might be possible to rescue by transferring them to the Jewish national homeland. Mr. Shertok disclosed that the Jewish Agency has to date received no reply from the Government regarding the requested emergency immigration certificates to bring Rumanian Jews here. Asked whether any official negotiations were being conducted with the Revisionists, Mr. Shertok said that the matter had not yet been brought to the attention of the Jewish Agency. He implied, however, that unofficial negotiations were going on, when he said that he assumed that "if concrete results should be reached they would be laid before the central organs of the Zionist Organization for decision." GREETINGS WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE of FLORIDA 1655 Michigan Avenue PHONE 5-5907 Washable—Waterproof Table Pads A* Low Ai 2 ftC Call for Agent I UJJlo nxjiurt t.ible. .-a 3-3272 AMERICAN TABLE PAD 152 N. E. SECOND STREET No obligation 3 D.iv Delivery GREETINGS ROBBINS WAREHOUSING and DIST. CO. 1109 N. W. 22nd Street PHONE 2-0480 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BARKER TODD BOATS 3220 N. W. 27th Avenue PHONE 3-1482 GREETINGS MARION BUTLER REAL ESTATE 1616 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-6409 GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CO. 47 N. W. First Street RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that Are not being; used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladles Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. and send these articles to the HUMMA(iE STOKE maintained by them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Pleasa Phone Mrs. L. J. Hartz. 27135 Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269 Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Sshwartz, 2 1864 and they will be called for Brotherhood Greetings DR. R. S. AKERS DENTIST And Associates 1764 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 2-2131 Brotherhood Greetings BROWN'S Potato Chip 8c Pretzel Co. DANIEL M. BROWN Ph.3-4916 1100 S. W. 8th St. To My Many Jewish Friends and Patrons H. C. Wilcox Garage Ph. 3-9166 2901 N. W. 2nd AT. Brotherhood Greetings HARDIN OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. DESKS CHAIRS FILES SHELVES SAFES New and Used Furniture 209 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-6390 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To All My Jewish Friends MISS HELEN G. WARNER BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS JUDGE DAN P. GALEN 605 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH Brotherhood Greetings MRS. LAZARUS ABRAMS of HOTEL ABRAMS 302 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach Brotherhood Greetings BISCAYNE FISHING BOAT City Yacht Basin, Pier 7 PHONE 2-2236 Brotherhood Greetings CHARLES G. HANNOCK Dade County Surveyor Brotherhood Greetings To My Jewish Friends H. B. SCHULTE EVERYTHING IN REAL ESTATE Ph. 2-2636 Ingraham Bldg. THE SAVORY BAKE SHOP "We Specialize in Home Made Cakes and Party Delicacies" 1684 Alton Road Ph. 5-4941 Miami Beach. Florida GREETINGS INTERNATIONAL FINE ARTS GALLERIES EXCLUSIVE IMPORTATIONS OBJECTS D'ART ABRAHAM SCHORR Director 1127 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4451 G. W. TRIPP and Associates of the TRIPP CONTRACTING CO. 400 Grand Canal Drive PHONE 4-0189 Extend Brotherhood Greetings KOSHER KILLED Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Filth Street Rev. H. M Kagan is on duty every day FOR A NEW CAR DELIVERED IN MIAMI with $150 minimum TRADE IN ALLOWANCE REGARDLESS OF AGE. MAKE OR MODEL WILLYS AMERICAR TRAIL MOTORS 1M3 S. W. tth Street M %  i %  > I i J ri



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PAGE Tjrr. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 SIX STAKE RACES '-.%  .O SPRING SEASON e • : flHENDANCE AND : PLAT BREAK ALL RECORDS HI mi %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  ... 7" ... .. -. ea %  • • i | -" • •%  • • 8 ••' • ; ". %  %  -' %  '-' %  %  -. %  : V • i I %  •. • ; %  -. %  : • -" -' s -. %  -. % %  %  i • -1 .• -" •. %  i • .--.---. .. ) .--•'%  • .':-/. % %  -. '.' % %  '. ; %  %  -..' -.--. i 1' •: :-•" f %  %  %  %  : %  .% %  n -.- •..' •..%  •• Pw -•• ca. : :-. %  d • %  ;. Saturday llaxcr a for i 13 MI add i p on attracting J-year -..-. snd ipward v. i sui furlong run Man %  -' : : Tropical Part stakes %  ? irrti % bang On .•-< %  <-; %  ; ; Saturday Marcii : r 2-year old eoha *r d geldings .... rui tin four furlongs '-•' the r /r*.-.g'Bfa Stakes for s 12'//. added prize. Top roungIten ;.' : -'• *.'. compete for the >.'./>vor tad year by General Jack Hie Royal Palm Handicap fc one mile and levenly ;< %  .-:. .'*i .'..'..'.<•: tot the three and -> •" i -• V -•:. %  :. _. | %  : i : %  %  H i-^ %  T• • -. % %  • %  -. %  z xi ... • •.-.. Be* '-.%  i for d.• %  PALESTINE ABLE TO BECOME LEADING CENTER ; • ilen WXS —Paicot Ag• • j — IT at Pa -.-%  -%  %  %  xung a leadmg center for •.-%  • Ti'j'y*;" cfcerr ra paratxm* and product! for the %  --•...--•• East ••.•*-. uV e o ote n tioi .' Di Mordeeai Boot %  or of Inorgar ay at the H*:'.rew ".'.'.."••.". .-."•' ..' ax addre ivered at the fifth national conference of the ChemAaaooation of Palesune The Palesune chemical irtduatry may fbortly be capable of manufacturing i.^ the easenual c h rr ical material i needed to aki thu co -r.^r> men %  be laid Lns be :.:.:: I : -. .' :> %  in the word Seen %  mi isage at the p .-. %  .rampaiign a month i= a rep rt cn the Veshuv i z: wing contribution tc the E-; n • %  .effort botl in —.&%  : and .-. industrial producli -. and w our mainti nan* %  '• ; position ar.d :t= ab::absort the ;.r:..-g :rr.~:Be £.-. assa I : your communit) • %  • tc jrour I cal imit of the rnunity l: %  i HUNGARIAN JEWS F OE M NAZI LAWS E bgrack WHS —S.r -....-. .' a.-.:.-Jewish 1=--. in Hungary -si %  •' % %  fcaw : Ulti-J I r-g. : : %  : %  Theae Jews were fined a I m 4


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941 Last week we erroneously stated that Chili Jack's was established in 1931. We point out that Chili Jack's opened for business in Miami in 1921. He hung up the first Chili sign in Miami. There are thousands of Chili signs now up but Jack states that he is the only one making real Mexican dishes in Miami. Jew 1st FlcridUar) GREETINGS SCHAAF'S PRESERVING CO. JELLIES and PRESERVES 1305 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-4631 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS AUBY KEOSKIE PAGE SEVENTEEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ For Men Only We have nothing rash to offer you fellows but some data we will offer should make the official body of the Y.M.H.A. perform an ostrich act. We are referring to none other than the Y.W.H.A.. the outstanding women's organization in the Greater Miami area. Checking back the membership of last year, we find a toBrotherhood Greetings A. SALUS & SON 1336 N. E. 1st Arenue PHONE 3-0727 GREETINGS 36TH STREET HOTEL 744 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 2-9243 Brotherhood Greetings ROSE BOWL "Miami's Most Delightful Dining Place" FINE FOODS and WINES 512 N. E. 15th St. Ph. 3-2045 Greetings to My Many Friends EILEEN RACICOT Roscoe Studio of Dancing PHONE 7-1336 7220 N. W. Miami Court Brotherhood Greetings HOTEL STRAND 226 N. E. 2nd Street GREETINGS THORNTON'S SANDWICHES 434 S. W. 8th Are. Ph. 3-4051 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SEMINOLE BAR OKEECHOBEE ROAD HI A L E A H tal paid-up membership of 65, today, under the new leadership! this group has passed the 350 mark in paid memberships. That in itself is a singular honor for the splendid work that this group is doing. Among their many projects that are partly responsible for the increased membership are: Library and book reveiw club —headed by Mrs. Joel Belov. Arts and crafts—headed by Mrs. Leon Lioberman; Bowling and calisthenics—headed by Mrs. Essie Schaffer; Interior decorating class—headed by Mrs. Leon Lieberman; Red cross first aid— headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Meyers; Red cross knitting—headed by Mrs. Blanche Strauss; Surgical dressing training—headed by Mrs. Tina Kotkin; Music appreciation—headed by Mrs. Philip Feldman; Mah jongg classes —headed by Mrs. Anne Jacobs; Starting Monday, March 17, a new class will be inaugurated, Personality developement and public speaking—headed by Mrs. Leon Lieberman. Many of these fine projects have been obtained through the courtesy of the Dade County Board of Education for whom we are very grateful. It is due and proper that the splendid achievements realized by this group and its officers be made known to the general public. The officers of the Y.W.H.A. are: President, Miss Irene Cohen; vice-president, Mrs. Leon Lieberman; recording secretary, Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Charles Strauss; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. We are proud of you Y. W. H. A. and sincerely hope that the Y.M.H.A. will follow suit in short order. News Around Town Sid Kraft, one of the harder working members of the Y.M.H.A. House committee, received his questionaire the other day. as did Don Solomon and Harry Moss, plus Bernie Serkin and Irving Moss who are leaving with the next contingent. Good luck fellows! Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pallot are back in Tallahassee after Continued on Page 18 GREETINGS TAMIAMI CYCLE CO. 1561 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-5313 TAMIAMI TOURIST COURT COMFORTABLE COTTAGES CABINS—TRAILER SPACE I. T. PISTELLI. Manager 3038 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-9169 Brotherhood Greetings To My Many Friends and Patrons ROY R. WELTON WELTON INSURANCE AGENCY Langford Building PHONE 3-8658 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS 5-6113 PHONE 5-6266 STANLEY DE LUXE TOURS TAXI SERVICE 12th and 14th at Collins Avenue MIAMI BEACH SiahUeeing by Bui 1.50 per Per. •on. Care to the Racese Daily BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TRIANGLE TOY & NOVELTY CO. PARTY FAVORS—HATS NOISEMAKERS—CARNIVAL SUPPLIES—NOVELTIES and NOTIONS 344 W. Flagler St. Ph. 3-2493 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SEVENTH AVENUE NURSERY 5830 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7.4014 • NOW'S THE TIME LET'S TRAVEL • • HAVANA • NASSAU • WEST INDIES WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SERVICE Phone 5-1421 for TICKETS RESERVATIONS 2028 Collins M. Beach GREETINGS Open 11 A. M. to 1 A. M. ORIENTAL PHONE 2.9742 CHOP SUEY — CHOW MEIN ROOF GARDEN American and Chinese Cuisine Orders 1'repared to Take Out 272 W. Flakier Miami. Florida' BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS VENETIAN WOOD YARD EXTRA HIGH QUALITY FIREPLACE WOOD We Own Our Own Forests Immediate Supply Assured Wood Cut to Any Length PROMPT DELIVERY 2730 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 40898 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SHELLEY TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO. CATERPILLAR TRACTORS SALES and SERVICE Tractors — Road Machinery Diesel Engines 632 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 36075 CONGRATULATIONS Trade Winds Supply Co. ROY L. PENNINGTON. Manager "South Florida's Most Complete Supply House" BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LOUIS N. POKRESS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 605 Lincoln Road Telephone 5-5232 MIAMI BEACH Complete Line of "GENERAL" Swimming Pool Equipment Also Diving Masks and Pool Cleaning Equipment Estimate* Cheerfully Given See Us for AH Your Needs Featuring "GENERA Playground and Gymnasium Equipment Complete Line Also of Shuffleboard and Badminton. Table Tennis and Accessories Courteous Attention Prompt Service Headquarters for FLAGS. PRESENTATION BANNERS. ADVERTISING FLAGS. PENNANTS. BRACKETS. SPEARHEADS. BRASS EAGLES. FLAGSTAFF HOLDERS "COMPLETE DECORATIONS WITH ALL ACCESSORIES' 2765 Boyshote Drive Phone 4-6378 TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS P. & A. GARAGE. Inc. PHONE 3-5568 5 8 N. E. 8th Street ESKIMOS Ulmt Cm! But Florida homemakers need dependable year-round refrigeration for cold dishes, lor preservation ol foods. Electric relrigeration is automatic irouble-lree it's always on the Job, salely. dependably, economically. SEE YOUR DEALER EltEIRMTY !S (HUP! BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE JELLIES AND MARMALADES FROM FLORIDA TREE-RIPENED FRUITS Phone 7-2010 499 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4704 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS STARLING'S. INC. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED 9S5 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-4364 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SOUTHLAND APPLIANCES E. M. SLEIGHT. Owner FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS and RANGES A. B. C. and THOR WASHERS SOU N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-03*1 t I .'• I ?



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^. ^^-J: flvj~rfer JtJfT i -. : s T r 122 i L THF. If H. \. VOTES HCI E KE TAL 3 < r .'.; -T %  ICfIT L : pEsicas LAZE PASCOAST 3CAT TCC2S ~*a "alia* A"* ?^;-< 3 >S2' I S %  %  %  .AWE 1 %  MM SSHHM • -' SGI B5PS HHffw "."B aeana ""5C7A1 1 132": V5S SATTS 2AZEET 5 w a *•1%. T-Mi --. • v, : IOI I ;i?t IT HEW* S I 'I • '. IB 7 i KM. %  %  -. -s xjtanve *---.'7. ... i.r". ": • ] -I '-" s i -. cr:f si • r, : 7 E IT r :. VICE MM E MW -,*q %  %  .'. %  ''• •r..vv: V*< ; '_ s i e : J MODCHH KADTf V | PtaBf tJ 'vr^e %  %  %  lac McASTH FAJM 3 A3Y INC i—irt Srrav V.iM. QCTAUT: %  A I E H Y -,-,, x^c* P-^at T< 3-T*I Mrs M-i %  — Mrs. Mir^^l r • KMCEBE m&TWMHOOD GOETWKM NEHI nr/rruM; co. $48 H W 2-* fa S m PIMM MW7 THE LATCH 8T11HG IHH ttktn rdvcM .-. ICROOI >•%".-1A2 CL2 'fCUTH aC??CSZL 2"r 2ET:A3 %  %  %  • s 7 %  -: •: %  I I : %  .: I T: Vise*.-, 2i£3T CG3 EN-SCOTT he MZX3 =?CHT WiA?. •i.— • \ w 1 SCCTT .as. ?t. : aw £. D. ZEE mem i %  -. %  MIAMI H E 0 H ;>'.^ %  %  '>.?'. .;.-. %  ?.y.% %  .?-. :,?\i?. fL0OBCfCEV1 :. I 6 i I: N O MOIMDUfOOD OftEETTNOS MIAMI BEACH PIBtf NATIONAL BANK UHCOUI AW^ ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH Asen FIR M. A. L Appuum ra. ^I-J- "-_^3 J NCJ=. Boaefc T-a. Phca I :=-5 I>rrER-STATZ THEATRICAL AGENCY DMA LECVABS TCB!?* AL VC5'' 3.:-:=s3crs *j ChMtai AJaXBNMf .-^i-r.ca. £=-r?rvss lac. CTEBTTHZMG :M EJJTEP.T.VIXMTXr 1." y wnaf jc ATSU MIAMI BEACH PlflTi Fboc : "'' Bl vTHSPjiCCD GRTE"nXGS H. MARSHALL OLIVER YACHT BRCKCT. AU Tr>*s cf S*i: n PBOCM 3-M33 •J Win m-.i r i %  s i, HHni u BROTHERHOOD GREETTHGS NORMANDY CENTER DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY lf i I Ji LLIP THE TAILOR ALTERATIONS REMODEUKG — REPAIRING LADIES' AND MEN'S CLOTHUtG 1012 tmqlMdt Concoun* Photm -23M RONRICO Corporation 1147 N. W. 22nd StTMt MIAMI. FLORIDA TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS 1 10 CLUB HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL SPORTS RESULTS DIRECT WIRE SERVICE 110 South Miami Artnum MlamL Florida



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 *Jenisti fhtr/cUar PAGE NINETEEN BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To All Our Patron* and Friends Miami Pants Stores. Inc. J O. SIMON. President BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS P. A. NEFF MACHINERY Complete Line of Contractor* Equipment 1920 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 3-5147 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON WURLITZER PIANOS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS SHEET MUSIC — RECORDS 36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.5181 B'nai B'rith Not e s By MILTON FRIEDMAN BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS ROSEBUD'S RESTAURANT 1898 W. Flagler St. Ph. 28700 GREETINGS J. FRANK VANN ••FLEETWOOD" Refrigerator! and Market Fixtures SERVEL Refrigerating Machinei 1242 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.1525 Brotherhood Greetings TARADASH PROPERTIES, INC. 933 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida GEORGE LANGER Proprietor THE SUNGAS Not Incorporated 1100 West Flagler Street Phones: 2-3811—2-3833 Extends to All His Jewish Friends and Patrons The Hand of Fellowship On Brotherhood Week Last week, having finished the space allotted to me, I was unable to relate any of the interesting highlights of the splendid address made before the Lodge by Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, pres. of the U. of Miami. Dr. Ashe, has been president of the U. since its inception in the winter of 1926 and was thus well qualified to tell of its history and purposes. Its purpose has been to develop the cultural and ar| tistic side of the communtiy. This is reflected in the splendid U. Symphony Orchestra. Another project has been research in tropical aspects of science. Very important at all times is a third function of the U. that of understanding and interpreting Latin culture. Statistics are enlightening with regard to the progress of the U. Today the U. is composed of one major building and 12 auxiliary buildings. It has 55,000 volumes in its library and has COMPLIMENTS OLYMPIA CLINICAL AND X-RAY LABORATORIES 503 Olympia Building THOMAS C PERRY Bacteriologist CONGRATULATIONS PEEK'S SERVICE STATION TEXACO DEALER 508 W. Mat St. Ph. 5-9306 Miami Beach MAGIC CITY AUTO EXCHANGE GOOD USED CARS PHONE 3-5975 J. A. REISINGER. Mgr. 2222 N. E Second Avenue, Miami well equipped laboratories. Its property is evaluated at close to a million dollars and its annual budget runs in the same figure. The U. has 1385 regular students plus hundieds of special students studying air navigation. 54% of the students are from Florida and 46% from 32 states and foreign countries. 65% of the students are men. There are 100 faculty members. The U. has a Liberal Arts college and schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Music. It was a pleasure for the brothers and sistersdhe Auxiliary joined us to hear the address) to hear Dr. Ashe, and take pride with him in the progress of the U. Sholem Lodge is vitally interested in civic enterprises and the U. merits our support and j cooperation. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman very appropriately, as Hillel Extension director at the U., in\ troduced the speaker of the evening. It had to be no less than a U. president to drag the rabbi away from his junior rabbi. Can't say that we blame him for his reluctance in leaving the old fireside now. Speaking of Hillel Extension at the U., the semester has started off on the right foot. The extension unit gave the Jewish students a boat ride and party a few weeks ago. Prominent faces in the news: Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, local as well as state Aux. president, dashed off to Daytona the other day to be guest speaker at a banquet held there. The Anti-Defamation League office is still quite anxious to secure volunteers for needed work. Here is the opportunity for every Ben Brith to take an active part in the working of the lodge. Get in touch with the A.D.L. office in the Seybold building immediately. It is a standing date every Wednesday night for all members of the lodge and auxiliary to meet at the Recreation Bowling Alleys on S. Miami Ave. and 3rd. street. Having mixed bowling leagues has created new enthusiasm. New teams are being formed each week. Grand prizes and trips will be in store for participants. Word has been received by the Auxiliary that money is needed in England for refugees in that country, as a result, the women are planning on putting aside one day next month wherein they will hold mah jongg and other games in their homes, charge admission to invited guests and send the proceeds abroad. Mrs. John Kronenfeld and Mrs. Ida Optner are co-chairmen for the project. Mrs. Kronenfeld called to suggest that the men similarly get up pinochle, "Give four t'lothhiK New Life" ORANGE TAILOR DRY CLEANING LAUNDRY 207 6th Street Bet. Collins and Washington Aves. PHONE 5-9631 CONGRATULATIONS SHAYNE DRUG CO. 501 41st St. Ph. 5-3365 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS OSCAR E. DOOLY. JR.. REALTORS INGRAHAM BUILDING Myron S. Greentree Ward C. Meagher Warren Kingsbury A. Otto Birn BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS KATHRYN ERB WEAVING INVISIBLE WEAVING FINE MENDING BURNS. TEARS. MOTH HOLES CALL FOR AND DELIVERY 718 Congress Building Phone 3-4028 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS GORDON & CHIPLEY RENTALS—SALES—HOMES. APARTMENTS and HOTELS ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 1612 Alton Road Phone 5-2550 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS THE FRIENDLY HIPPODROME "RIP" WEINKLE (Continued on Page 20) GREETINGS EDWARD W. PAGEL P.EAL ESTATE 325 E. Flagler Street PHONE 3-0515 Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co. Authorised Bales li Service Agents for Kurcka and Premier Duplex Cleaners—Part* and Supplies, Rebuilt cleaners or all makes i" stock 1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 37838 M KLEINER CONGRATULATIONS REYES SERVICE STATION CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS OPEN — ALL — NIGHT 1101 Biscayne Blvd Ph. 29389 GREETINGS STANDARD Wholesale Grocery Co. PHONE 2-1422 149 N. E. 10th Street CONGRATULATIONS On Your Brotherhood Anniversary The Sewing Machine Shop 35 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-4024 GREETINGS FROM M c C R 0 R Y S FIVE & TEN CENT STORE Brotherhood Greetings DIAL 5-0523 LINDEY'S RESTAURANT 731 Washington Avenue Miami Beach. Florida Brotherhood Greetings STOVE and FIRE PLACE WOOD ANY LENGTH SILVER BLUFF WOOD YARD 2756 S. W. 28th Lane PHONE 4-9377 Miami, Florida GREETINGS FROM ROBERT LEWIN GREETINGS KLEAN LINEN SERVICE 194 N. W. 36th Street PHONE 3-4294 GREETINGS Phones 5-0858—5-0859 RENTALS SALES and MORTGAGES TOBIN & TOBIN REALTY ASSOCIATES. INC. Established 1916 335 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida GREETINGS MIAMI WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. 122 N. E. 11th Street Distributors for SCHLITZ BEER OLD MILWAUKEE BEER MIGROCO WINES FOR DELIVERY• &}(tW4044l Cmtuz/MalUtuf When Acid Indigestion, Gas o% Stomach or Heartburn make you feel uncomfortable or embarrass you, try Alka-Seltzer, which contains alkalizing buffers and so helps counteract the associated Excess Stomach Acidity. But the relief of these minor stomach upsets is only a small part of what you can expect Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You will find it effective for Pain Relief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds and Muscular Aches and Pain*. It contains an analgesic, (sodium acetyl salicylate), made more prompt and effective in its painrelieving action by alkaline buffer salts. When hard work or strenuous exercise make you feel tired and dragged out, enjoy the refreshing effect of a glass of sparkling, tangy Alka-Seltzer. At Dru* Stores Is %  > — % %  \lka-Sclt/ci •Ml CORAL WAV • SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS VENETIAN ART MARBLE & TERRAZZO CO. TILE—MARBLE—TERRAZZO PHONE 2-5293 1121 N. W. 29th Street Miami. Florida BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS AUFFORD KELLEY CO.. INC. 7235 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida OFFERS MURPHY CABRANETTES AND BETTER BUILDING SPECIALTIES—ACOUSTI-CELOTEX BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS CABANA SHOP JENNIE and EDDIE SILVERMAN 745 Washington Avenue Miami Beach 1 I



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PAGE TWENTY Jr i a fhrkfktr FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941 S SCEXE BBOT-cR-OOD 0" EET SOS STEWART PAGE CORP. *• %  S f '' %  %  s*. o4.7112 0 = EET -.OS BON TON CLEANERS VIO** -- 4-2 IT S. FIFTH AVENLE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BOULEVARD TYPEWRITER CO. %  N. E. 2ra Street PHONE I4SM Jewelry Quality Gems Watch Repair* THE ORIGINAL DRUCKER'S Watchmaker* and Jewelers Official Timekeeper for Elks Lodge No. 1601 1053 Washington Avenue Miami B<-ach, Fla. TELEPHONE 5-3774 CONGRATULATIONS LLEWELLYN MACHINERY CORPORATION 1034 N. Miami Avenue PHONE 2-4146 GREETINGS C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5840 GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH B'NAI B'RITH CoatBHMd '.:-rr. Pag'I I JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN -. ,-. : K %  :-.Kama on the; FLASH N in be deThis coming Sunday afternoon. by ^ Ia 5 ch Feb. 23. at 2.30. Junior Hadassah 2 a: a 4o p.m Sno.err. Lodge __ Theatre ^d ** Business and Profesparty -: ...-. Gant Gaithex .r.rasior.al Group of Senior Hadassah tre Miami Beach Trie play will A: ;_ be hostesses to their mem--' — %  "' •• %  • % %  "-"--/I ben and friends at a joint meetPetttcoat Fever which ran with ..•-. _-i nicfa gn it RJ r. Broadway --^g to oe held at tne National 7n ther than Hotel, 1677 Collins ave. Miami King waa featured Beach w Guest speakers will be Mrs With such an outstanding show, BRINSON MFG. CO. O.AL V VENE"AN B_ MM OFF CE AND FAC TOR t J2C N // 27tn Av PHONE Mita MM 0 0. Jn-iO". Miami, Fiesa uckeu will at a premium Oscar Bender, member of the ilarly the tact National Senior board, and a '-' % %  '-":•' 37 .member of their Speakers BuBJ : .. ,au. .ho is touring the southiweeth -.-. will want! err. region at tnis-wme. ar.a Miss GPEE riMOs Ha a-2 w-i Isaac J ADouiafia ano 1 Pi"" / t' BUENA VISTA Furniture Exchange MM N E 2-d Avenue PHONE 7.20" .::v it :s urgently suggested that you call Jimmy Leonard. chairman 2-5861 or the B'r.ai B'nth office. 3-9751. For reser...-.'. now. Don't forget .'.'• 2^tT. immediate past president of Junior Hadassah. who :s spending the season in Miami. Mrs. Leonard Beidner. chairthat dancing will take place on; m an of the Business and Profestage ifter the show Refresh| S i &nai dlvision and Miss Betty .i:ng sandwiches, i r „ .a,: ice-cream will be served, j Lesley, president of Junior HadOn Sur.iiy night, February 9J assah will be the presiding of:')4: the Rcyal Palm Chapter I ficers no 3MI heldla smoker at the A muslca program wiU ^ home of Mi.ton V\eink!e. our i AJeph Godol. Approximately 50 presented and refreshments serattended. including John Kroner.ved. We extend a cordial invitald B'nai B'nth A.Z.A. chair-1 tion to our many mmbers and ^= N iV^Ki. !" < SSS l '.J e ^ > to UT many members and advisor At this meeting ten new %  % % %  pledges were introtime. duced. as follows: Martin Horoi witz. Jack Bucksbaum. Sid Goldstein. Sam Leb, Seymour Brenner. Marvvin Robbins. Eugene L. Solomon. Bob Weitz, Sam i Weber and Jerry Dinker. Motion pictures were shown by Stanley Ratner which included color films of the Orange 1 Bowl Game and Parade, taken 1 by him. Refreshments were ser| ved to all. Many out of town Alephs were present. Twenty-live couples were preI sent at a Valentine Party on %  S aturday night. February' 15. at %  the home of Martin Rosen. A Scavenger Hunt, dancing, magicians and other entertainment was held in honor of our new pledges. SECRETARY OF STATE DISCLOSES HORROR FELT BY GOVERNMENT 11 • m York WNS,—Secretary of State. CcrdU H ill in a communication received by Dr. Stephen Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress, dish rror '%  11 by the United States Government at vhe : atroc:". %  -' : '-"; >' took plao in Rumania Termin the acts of the Iron Guard le outrages." Secretary H Ittted: "I need hardly tell you this Government looks witn rror on atrocities of this sort and that it regards them as another manifestation of the unprecedented conditions that unfortunately now prevail in ', certain European countries. This JGoverr.m-.nt has brought to the attention of the Rumanian Government the indignation and shock with which the news of these atrocities was received by this Government." Brotherhood Greetings GEOFFREY ADVERTISING SERVICE 107 N. E. 2nd Street PHONE 31615 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS C. A. BURNET WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO.. INC. 20 N. E. 11th STREET PHONE 2-OSGB Sincere Brotherhood Greetings THE HOUSE OF ART JEWELRY 821 Lincoln Road PHONE 5-6146 Brotherhood Greetings L. D. HAYNES 5811 N. W. 2nd Are. PHONE 7-2359 Brotherhood Greetings LEFKOVE & MEYERS 109 S. Miami Avenue PHONE 3-1637 Brotherhood Greetings NICHOLSON PAINT CO. 218 Alton Road Ph. 5-1479 Plant at 29th St and N. W. North River Drire Brotherhood Greetings MAGIC CITY BOTTLE & SUPPLY CO. & W. CARTER 2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue MIAMI Brotherhood Greetings HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Are. Ph. 2-4501 Brotherhood Greetings GULF SERVICE STATION Carl Welnrich. Mgr. 2911 Grand Avenue PHONE 4-9155 GREETINGS HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLE CO. 332 West Flegler Street Brotherhood Greetings GILBERT AUTO SALES CO. "Miami's Best and Cheapest Used Cars" 1998 N. Miami Ae. PHONE 3-7930 GREETINGS CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI, FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings H. GEORGE FINK 2128 Ponce de Laon Blvd. CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings FORD SEPTIC TANK COMPANY :9:0 Red Road PHONE 4-4012 Oppoaitt Blackitone Hotel TELEPHONE 5-42S* THE BLACKSTONE VALET Efficient Service TAILORING LAUNDRY Nite Scnwartx. Prop. 514 Eiflnth Street Miami Beach, Fla. BRASWELL REALTY CO REALTORS C. C. BraaweM. President PHONES: 2-1371—7-7SJ4 47*2 N. E. 2nd Avenue 759 N W. Second Street Miami. Florida AMERICAN GARAGE & WELDING WORXS COMPLETE CAR AND TRUCK SERVICE Fender and Body Work & Painting 1717 N. W. 20th Street Day and Night Phone 3-1017 MIAMI. FLORIDA Brotherhood Greetings HOLLOPETER & POST REALTORS 151 N. E. 3rd St Ph. 3-7376 GREETINGS MIAMI TILE our ear. No extra charge for i *.rir service. 'I Cor Fii Stad Alton Ro*4 Brotherhood Greetings SRAEEL 6, IABALY IMPORTERS 900 Lincoln Road Miami Beach ANTIQUE DOME? 910 Lincoln Road Miami Beach. Florida -^


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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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BROTHERHOOD ANNIVERSARY EDITION
wJewish flaridliaim
ggaBs Tlhe Jewish lUinMty
VOLUME 14No. 8
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
LEADING ACTORS
10 ENTERTAIN AT
>
I!
The most impressive, elaborate
star-studded galaxy of entertain-
ment personalities will make its
.ippearance under one roof on
Monday evening, February 24.
The occasion will be the 7th An-
nual "Night of Stars" sponsored
by the Jewish Welfare Bureau, at
the Olympia Theatre that evening
with R. R. Adler as chairman.
Mr. Adler planned and staged
the first "Night of Stars" seven
yean ago and since that time
has served annually as chairman
of the affair.
The local amusement field has
offered up all the topnotch talent
at its command for the cause of
charity, and all indications point
lo this benefit event being the
biggest and most gala ever to be
presented by the Welfare Bu-
reau, as well as being one of the
major charity affairs of the sea-
son.
The entertainment committee,
consisting of Harry Richman.
Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lewis, Jack
Dempsey, Milton Berle, Abe Ly-
man. Paul Whiteman and Cross
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
UAH JENS
PANIC STRICKEN
Lisbon (WNS)With a Nazi in-
vasion of Bulgaria believed im-
minent, the Jewish population of
that Balkan country was report-
ed to be panic-stricken, fearful
of the same bloody pogroms
which followed the arrival of
Nazi troops in Rumania.
Long lines of Jews, anxious to
leave the country before Ger-
man army troops, presumably en
route to attack Greece, occupy
Bulgaria, formed outside the
I British embassy in Sofia, plead-
] ing for visas to Palestine. Similar
queues besieged the Turkish and
| Greek embassies.
Scores of Bulgarian Jewish
business men have already filed
Ja statement listing their property
land cash assets with the National
IBank and are making every ef-
jfort to sell their enterprises to
non-Jews, preparatory to leav-
ing the country.
Attempts to calm the Jewish
population have been unavailing
Because the treatment accorded
Jews in all countries occupied by
l>azi troops has become common
Knowledge in Bulgaria. The anti-
pewish law, recently adopted by
arliament, and which will go
nto full effect in about six
nonths, evoked far less concern
ng Bulgarian Jews than the
tu-eat of a Nazi invasion.
PRESIDENT URGES
CITIZENS UNITE IN
COMMON LOYALTY
A call to Americans of all
faiths to hold meetings during
Brotherhood Week, February 22-
28, "to purge our hearts of all
intolerance and to bind all our
citizens in a common loyalty.*
was issued by President Roose-
velt in a message made public by
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, president
t( the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
Brotherhood Week will be ob-
served in more than 2.000 com-
munities this year under the aus-
pics of the National Conference.
Theme of the observance is "Na-
tional Unity," with the slogan
"one nation, indivisible, with lib-
erty and justice for all."
Text of President Roosevelt't
message fellows:
"With reverent dependence up-
on God and faith in our destiny
as a people, let us meet in
church and school, in cathedral
and synagogue, in public hall and
home, during Brotherhood Week,
the week of Washington's Birth-
day, to purge our hearts of all in-
tolerance and to bind all our
(CONTINUED ON PACE 3)
ENROLLEES TO BE
y. M. I. A. CLUB
A contingent of men leaving Tor
camp the latter part of this month
will be tendered a reception at
the Y. M. H. A. Club rooms. Sun-
day evening, February 23, at 7:30
o'clock. This affair is sponsored
by the Greater Miami Army and
Navy committee, which comprises
representatives of the various
Jewish organizations in Greater
Miami.
This committee was organized
last Sunday morning by Maurice
Grossman, executivve director of
the Y. M. H. A. The purpose of
the committee is to arrange for
home hospitality and participation
in the communal activities and to
assist such men with problems
arising from the draft, including
service to the families and ar-
ranging for send-offs for the men
who enter military service.
The feature of the evening will
be a basketball game between
the Naval Air Reserves of Opa
Locka and the Y. M. H. A. After
the game a reception and dance
will follow. Those invited include
the Mayors of Miami, Miami
Beach and Coral Gables, the
heads of the various Military or-
ganizations, the Honorable Hayes
Wood, Dade County chairman
of the Draft Board and the lead-
ers of other organizations. The
Jewish Drum and Bugle Corps
of the Jewish Veterans will be
present. All men who will leave
for camp during the next week
are invited to attend this rally.
Those who attended the meet-
ing last Sunday morning be-
sides Mr. Grossman are: Jew-
ish War Veterans, J. Sugarman
and Abe S. Goldman; National
Council of Jewish Women. Mrs.
Benjamin Levine; Junior Hadas-
sah, Rose Puchkoff, Jean Wein-
berg and Gladys Stein; B'nai
B'rith, Rudy R. Adler and Morris
Bierman; Y. M. H. A, Dr. Samuel
Beckman, Lou Safan, Bernard
Greenstein; Y. W. H. A., Mrs. J.
Schaffer and Mrs. M. A. Sager.
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK OBSERVED
FOODLESS WEEK ENFORCED
Stockholm (WNS)The 156,-
000 Jews crowded in the Lodz
ghetto in Nazi-occupied Poland
spent a foodless week from Jan.
27 to Feb. 2, according to Nazi
newspapers received here.
By LOUIS MINSKY
Brotherhood Week, which will be
observed February 22-2S. is part of a
year round national movement, kuoii-
BOred by the National Conference or
QhrlatllLns and Jews, for the creation
of a better iindcrstjuidlnir amonK all
faiths In this article. Ixmis Mlnsky
discu****s the work of the Conference
and the results of its influemce on
the various communities in which it
hfis operated THE EDITOR.
Brotherhood Week, which will
be observed Feb. 22-28, in 2.000
communities throughout the
country, is part of a great year-
round national movement for
better understanding among all
faiths.
Behind this movement stands
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, an organi-
zation supported and fostered by
25,000 outstanding Protestant
Catholic and Jewish laymen and
clergymen in every state of the
union.
The National Conference was
founded thirteen years ago, in
19 2 8, by three distinguished
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
AMSTERDAM WILL
GET NAZI GHETTO
Geneva (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in Holland made plans for
the establishment of a ghetto in
Amsterdam following clashes be-
tween Nazis and anti-Nazis near
the old Jewish quarter of Ams-
terdam around Waterloo Square,
it was reported here.
Preparatory to the creation of
a ghetto for Amsterdam's Jews,
the Nazis ordered all non-Jews
to leave the Jewish district. The
clashes, in which a number of
Nazis were beaten and the win-
dows of Nazi shops were smashed
occurred on Feb. 10, when uni-
formed Nazis marched into Wat-
erloo Square.
Nazi officials charged that
"armed gangs of young Jews"
precipitated the street fighting
by attacking the Nazi paraders.
Scores of Jews were arrested by
Nazi police and questioned.
Waterloo Square, which was
formerly known as the Jewish
district of Amsterdam, now in-
cludes about 50,000 Jews, ap-
proximately one-half of the city's
total Jewish population, and an
equal number of non-Jews, most-
ly poor working men. The inhab-
itants of Waterloo Square are
known to be strongly anti-Nazi
The anti-Nazi riot in Waterloo
Square was only one of many
which have occurred in Holland
within the last few weeks.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941
Phone 2 9835 Est. 1921
Genuine Mexiran
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ENCHILIDAS
CHILI JACK
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Real Mexican Dishes
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Miami. Florida
GREETINGS
Lots Homes Shops
Apartments
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A General Realty Service
4117 Prairie Avenue
PHONE 5-7664
Ihe ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
AVn-DEFAMATTOV T F.AGUE
OF BNAI BRITH_________________
i field. He also outlined the struc-
ture which ho thought the Florida
regional off.ee should evolve.
consisting of a small executive
ltu... ( Miamians and rep-
ish
state, and
resentatives of all other Jewish
ADL was founded, saying in
- art: -The theory of the ADL
- has been .from Us very beg.n-

i communities in the
a larger advisory council draw-
ing its membership from the
,h community as a whole.
Mr Leon Lowenstein descnb-
introduction to the ADL
GREETINGS
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COMPANY
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PHONE 3-8339
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914 N. W. 71st Street
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PHONE 7.2220
GREETINGS
PICCIOLO
Italian.American Restaurant
13436.38 Collins Ave
Miami Beach
BEER and WINES
PHONE 5.9031
Famous tor its Real Italian Dinners
Steaks. Chops. Sea Foods. Pizza
Ravioli, Spaghetti
......
K. v. '
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tea i out tl

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A RARE PRIVILEGE _
A group of Miami Jewish lead-
ers, constituting the nucleus for
the executive committee of the
Florida regional office of the
ADL. had the rare privilege at
a dinner meeting last Wednes-
day evening, of listening to Sig-
mund Livingston, national chair-
man, Phillip W. Haberman. New
York chairman and Leon Lowen-
stein, a member of the executive
committee relate the work of
the ADL to the problems con-
fronting '.he Jewish group to-
day.
Mr. Livingston, 'the daddy of
the ADL." as he is affectionat-
ely called, sketched its changing
emphasis and growth extending
over more than a quarter of a
century. Through specific ex-
amples he elaborated and illustra-
ted the principles upon which
ning that the do-nothing' policy IS
bad: that unless the Jews them-
B educate the public, the
public will go on in its igno. '
work a number of months ago.,
that time, he had been I
chanties for
Prii i" I
aged
in many
CONGRATULATIONS
O'NEAL BLOCK AND
SEPTIC TANK CO.
S. W. O'NEAL
1338 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 2 4620
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND THE HAND OF FELLOW
SHIP TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
THE Cllt KE Hi FUEL CO.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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VISIT
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Reservations Made and Tickets Sold Hotels Recommended
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CONGRATULATIONS
Ph. 2-9800
HAUGH'S SKILLET O' CHICKEN
"BY HECK IT AIN'T ALL NECK"
WE FRY OUR CHICKEN IN PEANUT OIL
SERVED IN A SKILLET WITHOUT SILVERWARE
WE CATER TO BOXED CHICKEN FOR PARTIES
1600 WEST FLAGLER
EAT IT AS YOU DO AT HOME"
GREETINGS
CARTER ROCK & SAND CORP.
FRESH WATER ROCK AND SAND
JOE J. BROWN. Manager
4201 N. W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida Plant Phone 7-7480
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS.....
Sidney H. De Wolf
A FINANCIALLY RESPONSIBLE BUILDER
OF HOMES SINCE 1910
236 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE
PHONE 3-3990
OPEN EVENINGS
and accept every vile fiction and
distortion: that the Jews must
continue in the struggle to be
understood and to demand se-
curity under the law of this land
and a right to live in dignity."
In rendering this servici
Jewry, Mr. Livingston continued.
"We really arc fulfilling a pa-
triotic function in battling a-
gainst antagonisms and hatred
so that the democracy of Ami I
may continue to bless the in-
habitants of this land." The aims
of the ADL in 1941 he stated
as being: "to combat and elimi-
nate defamation of Jews, and
to counteract un-American and
undemocratic propaganda through
a broad educational program:
to advance good will and proper
understanding between Ameri-
can groups: to preserve and tran-
slate into greater effectiveness
the ideals of American demo-
cracy."
Mr. Livingston took particu-
lar pains to clarify the relation-
ship between the ADL and the
Bnai Brith. in view of a mis-
apprehension by some Bnai
Brith people who thought that
the new regional office would
be directly under the jurisdic-
tion of the Florida Bnai Brith
lodges. He explained that al-
though the Bnai Brith lodges
are the tool and the instrumen-
tality through which the League
ocprates in many communities.
all regional offices are part of
the national ADL and function
in accordance with its general
policies. While it is true that
the lodges and the ADL cooper-
ate very closely, in many com-
munities the funds for the sup-
port of the ADL come from
solicitation outside the Bnai
Brith lodges, in some instances
from non-members. Further-
more, the ADL regional offices
serve not alone the Bnai Brith
lodges, but the entire Jewish
communities of the area in which
to him suddenly
that in dew I current condi-
tions, he must do his shan
wards furthering his own per-
sonal security as an American
through participation in
the educational program of the j
League.
Following informal discussion
the three guests, a lively

GREETINGS
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Stamps, Racing Cars
PHONE 3-1201
THE HOBBY SHOP
FREDERICK A. NEWMAN
109 Shoreland Arcade
ensued in which
question period e
gave their reactions to sit-
< in the Florida area and
I that patience be exercised
in the evolution of the program
for the new office. All took sharp
issue with a recent report that
anti-Jewish agitation in America
had struck a new low in the
past year. Tiny felt that unfor-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
GREETINGS
I. B. IRWIN
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PHONE 4-4305

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low coach fare. Two dining cars; low-
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Radio. Stewardess nurses.
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Three Other Trains Daily.
Low Rail Fares.
Consult Ticket Agent or
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Phone 4-4737
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GREETINGS
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CONTRACTORS
79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-7488
585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-2876
GREETINGS
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SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS. RESTAURANTS. CLUBS
HOSPITALS. COLLEGES AND INSTITUTIONS
OF FLORIDA
CONGRATULATIONS
GREYNOLDS PARK RIDING ACADEMY
FINE SADDLE HORSES STABLING
RIDING INSTRUCTION
Planned Night and Dinner Rides a Specialty
5416 N. W. 12th Avenue phone 7-29U
YOU BET YOUR LIFE!
THE SAFETY OF YOU AND YOURS DEPENDS
ON YOUR ABILITY TO STOP YOUR CAR
Lets Trade Your Old Smoothies for Safe Long
Running Kelly-Springfield Tires
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500 So. Miami Ave. Phone 2-7522


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941
fJewlsli Meridian
PAGE THREE

GREETINGS
ART & RUBY'S
Barbecue and Restaurant
3150 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 4-5823
CONGRATULATIONS
H I A L E A H
RIDING CLUB
Horses Boarded
0 Trained
For Hire
71 West 8th St. Phone 8-2186
HIALEAH
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
SCHAEFER
CORAL GABLES SIGN CO.
115 Sevilla Avenue
PHONE 4-2712
Special Tour to Havana
537.50 VTA BOAT
2 Days and 1 Night
in Havana
Main Office. Lobby Southern
Cafeteria, 326 E. Flagler St..
Miami. Florida. Phone 3-1918.
Miami Beach, 128 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach. Flor-
ida. Phone 5-1302.
LEADING ACTORS
TO ENTERTAIN AT
"NIGHT OFSTARS"
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
and Dunn, announce that the fol-
lowing star performers from the
various night clubs in and around
Greater Miami have volunteered
their services:
Jack Drmpscy and Benny Gai-
nes will have on hand Helen Mor-
gan, Gary Loon and Tut Mace,
Jean Travers. Roy Davis and Gil
Galvan's San Souci Dancers, from
the Pago-Pago Room. Sam Gaines
is bringing from the Beachcomber
Xavier Cugat, Miguelito Valdez,
Lena Romay, Carmen Castillo,
Adel Mara, Bob and Grace Con-
rad and the Tropical Dancers.
Ben Marcjen's Colonial Inn will
be represented by Harry Rich-
man, Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lew-
is and Paul Whiteman. The Roy-
al Palm will send over Milton
Berle, Martha Raye, Abe Lyman,
Betty Bruce, The Royal Guards,
and Rose Blaine. Tommy Claire
will offer from the Paddock Club
Tess Gardell, Rogers and Morris
and Leon Prima. Sammy Lewis
will furnish the Slapsie Maxie's
roster, including Frances Faye,
Maxie Rosenbloom. Cully Rich-
ards, Al Klein and Count Joe
Ploski.
The Esquire Club will be pre-
sentd by Cross and Dunn, Teddy
Lawlor and Howard Brooks. The
Miami-Biltmore will be repre-
sented by Elaine MUer, who is
scoring a hit in her Miami Beach
singing debut, and who is one of
the new "finds" of the season.
The Latin quarter will be repre-
sented by Sally Rand, Nan Blak-
stone and Frank Mazzone's
Apache troupe. Lew Mcrcur's
Nut Club will bring Tubby Rives
and his laugh-provoking per-
formers. While Kitty Davis will
furnish from her popular Airlin-
er Billy Vine and Carol Vance.
The Rumba Casino will send
Sammy Walsh and Rosita liios.
Mother Kelly's will provide Ow-
en and Parker, Bennett Green and
Gloria Whitney. And from the
Club Bali will come Peggy
Fears and Lolita Cordoba. The
Carrousel will bring over Ella
Logan and George Givot.
New additions are coming in
every day and augurs well for
the success of this event from an
entertainment point of view. Also
present that evening will be not-
ables from the sports world and
leading public officials.
Tickets can be obtained by
calling Mr Adler, 5-4454, or Mrs.
Bertha Levy, ticket chairlady.
5-5781, or at the box office of
the Olympia theatre.
TELEPHONE 4-4240
THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO.
F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
FORMS KOR EVERY BUSINESS PHASE
PURCHASING RECEIVING STOCKKEEPINO PRODUCTION
SKI.I.ING CREDITS SHIPPING INVOICING ACCOUNTING
COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE ELSE
GREETINGS
MAULE INDUSTRIES
BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
Main Office. 1760 Purdy Avenue Miami Beach. Fla.
GREETINGS
To All Our Jewish Patrons
and Friends
MILLER ELECTRIC CO.
A. W. MILLER
5872 S. W. 4th Street
PHONE 4-4292
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MTAUD AWNING COMPANY
742 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 2-6042
CONGRATULATIONS
LAWRENCE LUMBER COMPANY
MIAMI'S MOST ACTIVE YARD"
Supplying Quality Lumber to Builders, Contract:"
and Carpenters Since 1920.
667 N. W. 14th Street Phone 3-3663
WE PAY THE HIGHEST
CASH
FOR YOUR CAR OR TRUCK
NO WAITING NO DELAY
LEE JOHNS MOTORS
N. W. 7th Ave. at 6th Street Phone 3-2576
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FRED HOWLAND. Inc.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Postal Building
Water Well. Fire Well. Drain Well.
Irrigation Sprinkler System. Py^P HPa,r"
Commercial and Domestic Water Softener.
DURO PUMP & SOFTENER CO.
1528 N. W. SEVENTH AVENUE
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Office Phone 3-2907
J. B. HURST. President
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS ~^
NOLAN-PEELER
MOTORS, INC.
LA SALLE
CADILLAC PONTIAC
2044 Biscayne Blvd.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
NEW YORK
MEAT MARKET
619 Washington Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
MAXWELL HOUSE
DINING ROOM
Noted lor Miami'. Finest
Full Course Dinner 50 Cents
2147 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-5922
PRESIDENT URGES
CITIZENS UNITE IN
COMMONLOYALTY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
citizens in a common loyalty.
The defense of America begins
in the hearts of our countrymen.
In this hour of emergency, let us
set aside time to build our uni'y
from within, to renew or faith in
brotherhood, to quicken our na-
tional life, and to reinvigorate
our patriotism with a renewal of
that vision of democracy with-
out which we perish as a peo-
ple."
In explaining the theme of the
observance. Dr. Clinchy said the
"basic purpose" of Brotherhood
Week is to "unite citizens of all
cultures in the determination that
America shall be kept from
the suicidal animosities disfigur-
ing the common life in other
parts of the world today.
"Nothing can destroy a nation
whose members are knit together
by understanding and mutual es-
teem and from which hatred,
suspicion and fear are barred,"
Dr. Clinchy said.
Members of the local National
Conference of Jews and Chris-
tians are D. H. Redfern, Benja-
min E. Bronston, and Andrew T.
Hcaly.
GREETINGS
ACME SEPTIC TANK
5705 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 7-7613
Brotherhood Greetings
B. E. BRONSTON
Lincoln Road Properties
SALES LEASES
REALTOR
605 Lincoln Rd.
Ph. 5-5868
GREETINGS
Scientific Reducing and Massage
Colonic Irrigation
Mineral and Blanket Baths
The Florian Massage Studio
4104 ROYAL PALM AVENUE
Miami Beach, Florida. Ph. 5-3957
IT'S s.MAKT To BE BUSNDBR"
GREETINGS
LEW HEWES
Outboard Motors Boat.
Authorized Johnson Dealer.
Since 1925
841 >/2 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 2-8918
I
Do your duty toward mankind.
Help the Community Chest.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
MONNAH PAhK
SERVICE STATION
2201 N. W. 41st Street
PHONE 7-9392
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
WATCH FOR THE FULLER BRUSH DEALER
He Calls Six Times Each Year
THE FULLER BRUSH CO.
210-211 Postal Building Phonee 3-3014
Miami

CONGRATULA TIONS
SINCLAIR REFINING COMPANY
I. A. MEACHAM, General Agent
1100 N. W. 73rd Street Phone 7-1631
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PRUEERT CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
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Our service crews can take care of waterproof inc troubles on old buildings
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BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
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FRED K. SHOCHET
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E*ced as second class matter July 4. 1930 at the Post
Ofcce of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879
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MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 8
BROTHE
WEEK OBSERVED
Strictly Confidential
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS I. BIRON)
.CONTINUED FROM PAGc 1)
Americans. Newton D. Baker,
formerly Secretary of War, Dr S.
Parkes Cadman. one of America's
eminent clergymen, and Chief
Justice Charles Evans Hughes.
Justice Hughes is the only living
ander.
UNITY AND GOODWILL
By Chief Justice Hughes
Popular elections express the will of the people, but back of ***"*;
LISTEN HERE
Stranqe though it may seem, these Jewish art dealers who
. u S thPir shops in Holland have found an exceUent new
cusorrer m none o^er than our old enemy Field Marshal Her-
man- Spring Warning to refugees: Its not a good idea to
meet"irfme cafes of New York to discuss ways and means of
Rescuing what's left of your fortune from Nazi hands The
ocal Gestapo representatives have caught on to this tendency,
and frequent your haunts for the express purpose of listening
ST Noting the recent death of the Thud Reich s Minister of
Before 1923 the i for Justice, Walter Winchell comments that the deceased no doubt
understanding among a:: naS gone l0 join Justice herselfi...The toast of Broadway as we
faiths conferred in a commute, I write this is a song by Irving Berlin called When That Man Is
he Federal Council of the Chur- Dead and Gone." and referring to that happy day when Charlie
of Christ in America But' Chapiin's mustache will have lost its imitator The furore
r.s of the committee about the Fuehrer was introduced at Fefe s Monte Carlo by
! as an agency of the Federal MiSS Ethe; Waters, herself distinctly not an Aryan .
WE'RE TELLING YOU
. Dr. Chaim Weiz-
was realized, and
movement was widened to in-
This time there's no maybe about it
hat will must be the true democratic spirit which alone can save clude catholics and J. mann wijj ^ here before this shortest of months is over That
,,. fro-i the excesses o< th* rule of force. Liberty cannot be con- the formation of the Natl nal L^ ad of the Pro;estant Digest's, which will appear in the
us from the excesses ox me ruie u i .Conference of Christians and Nq ^Q:k Times by the time this column reaches you. is a
served by majority rule unless the majority hold sacrea oasic ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^ Christian world what Jesus would have
^dividual rights regardless of race or creed, so that, along with Th(. estab]jshment of the Nat- saicj to ,he pogroms in Rumania ... For the sake of Orthodox
or differences o< vew political and religious, we have a deep ional Conference ushered in a Jews wko like Chinese food one factory that prepares such
our differences 01 view, poii ^ ^^ of m.at,ng ,,.,.,,. de,icades as Chinese almond cakes, fried noodles, etc., has en-
and abiding sense of human dignity and worm ana sense 01 uui inderstanding_the st... gaged a rabbi to see to it that everything in the place is kosher
capacity for friendly cooperation in pursuit of common ideals of thodi wnich utilizes tl ancj parve The Jewish Education Committee of New York is
h..tir, Rancor and biaotrv. racial animosities and intolerance. I inaugurating courses in music:and dramatics, and an art work-
justice. rtancor ana D.goir/. raui educators and religion,- re- snop Which is a splendid idea ... But why did they omit
are wholly incompatible with that cooperation. They are tne __^ cooperatjon and g courses in dancing? ... A very interesting course in Jewish-
decclv enemies of true democracy, more dangerous than any | pn Oriental dancing, in line with the Committee's program, could
external force because they undermine the very foundations of
democratic effort.
national educatii n pro- Oriental dancing, in line with
gram of the organ izati ics be developed, we thinkand, if anybody wants to know, the
churches, schools, farm, labor, ideal person to direct such terpsichorean activities would be
business, civic, women's and mian Shapero. who has been responsible for some of the most
This National Conference is devoted to the promotion of na- youth groups
Headquarters are in New
of a free people with that respect for y .... Cl a,SQ main-. .
tional untiy the unity
individual rights which makes possible the attainment of our regional -ffices local I
common ends. I congratulate the members of the National Con- V '^^ M
ference on its notable success in directing the thought of the
American people to this essential objective and I trust thct in
the years before us, with the increasing need for that effort, the
Conference will have a constantly widening influence.
The Conference, fascinating Jewish dancing productions in this country .
SURPRISE OFFER
We have the urge to ask our readers a question the answer
to which we ourself didn't know till the other day ... It is: What
M( masculine first name occurs most frequently in the whole world?
apolis, Milwauk ... To the first three readers who send in the correct answer
Angeles and San I ranciso we m ourturn> will send a copy of the late Dr. Smanuel Lasker's
TRIO TEAMS last t^ok, "The Community of the Future'' .
, One of the principal techniqu
I by thi STAGE AND SCREEN
Break down prejudice and create
tri i ti an com-
posed of a Protestant, Catholic
and Jewish clergymen or
This team travels together,
together, eats together and
platforms together.
:' ire large
audiences and convi rse togther
'' r's faith
up miscon For
' pie:
Prot.; 'Pn ti stants commonly
that Catholics and Ji ws
Iocs i n vi ry American
To Curt Bois, the comedian who made such a hit in The
Lady in Question, is credited the remark that Hedy Lamarr
"runs the gamut of emotions from A to X-stasy" Which
reminds us to tell you about Jotta Goudal, whom some of you
may remember as Hedy Lamarr of the 'twenties She drop-
ped out of pictures when they began to talkbut she's one of
Hollywood's favorite interior decorators nowadays ... If you're
interested in theatre decoration and such, be sure you get a copy
of Mordecai Gorelik's "New Theatres for Old" Did you know
that Melvyn Douglas' father was the concert pianist Edouard
Hesselberg? ... A screen version of the life of George Gershwin
is promised by Warner Brothers for this year "The Mechan-
ical Heart," by Sam Behrman, which is opening late this month,
may or may not turn out to be a box office success, but it is a
significant play of our times ... It opposes to philosophies that
sue. The question frequently put of the late Ernst Teller, the German playwright who committed
to Catholics is: Didn t the Pope suicide a couple of years ago. and that of Colonel Charles
tell you to vote for Al Smith?" Lindbergh ... And of course the play is distinguished by the
This :.- the official Brotherhood Week poster contributed by
Neysa McMein Ilot the eighth annual Brotherhood Week celebration
sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews.
Brotherhood Week will be observed in over two thousand commun-
ities during the week of Washington's Birthday. February 22-28, 1941,
The painting depicts the winged spirit of liberty pleading for Ameri-
cans of all faiths to work together for the future of their children.
The children symbolize the Protestant. Catholic and Jewish faiths,
with whom the National Conference has been furthering justice,
amity, understanding and cooperation since 1928.
Ca'.h.: "No, the Pi,pi- is not in-
terested in American politics, as
non-Catholics generally seem to
think. As a matter of fact, many
Catholics did not vote for Al
Smith."
Prot.: "A second popular ques-
tion put to Catholics is. '"Aren't
you Catholics striving for a Cath-
olic President of the United
States?"
Cath.: "No. I do not want to
Bee a Catholic President.' I trust,
however, that when the right
time comes the United States may
have an American president who
is a Catholic."
Jew: "If one surveys the va-
rious great industries of the
country, the unfortunate legend
of Jewish domination apparently
evaporates. Take for instance,
the railroads, steel, telegraph
and telephone, the utilities, and
there is very little Jewish influ-
ence there."
Prot.: "The automobile is an-
other industry in which there
are few Jews."
Both speakers and audiences
hav a good time, the air is clear-
ed and audiences leave with a
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
play is distinguished by
scintillating Behrman dialogue .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Mane-Katz. the Polish Painter, is a recent arrival in this
country ... Not so long ago he was an inmate of a French
concentration camp, and all his paintings had been lost in the
Nazi occupation of Paris ... But he got out. reached these shores
and got work with his brush and paletteand now his work is
being exhibited in a New York gallery ... Abe Goldstein, well-
known Hartford, Conn.. Zionist leader, is not only a distinguished
student of Jewish lore but a fishing enthusiast as well ... He is
now at work on a Yiddish book on fishing, which will be the
fust volume on that subject ever to be published in Mameloshen
. Hicardo Cortez no longer is the matinee idol he used to be.
but a couple of hundred of Los Angeles kids think he's the best
^Ier j'u ?n the rec*ular Playground of these kids was ooi-
demned by the city last year. Cortez fixed up a new one for
them, complete with gymnasium and all .
SOURCE OF KNOWLEDGE
Ri^n^f atUla,1nS Rabbi baac Landman, editor, and Lou*
Hittenberg executive and literary editor, on the appearance of
3 T,hre^,',he ^versal Jewish Encyclopedia which when
2' wU1 bnng yu "P-'o-date knowledgVon every Jewish
325. J? mfa,y Vlumes Volume Three starts with
henn,^h **** Wi,h Educ'in. which seems to be a sigru-
wn,^, a"an9ement We can't help wondering whether
vcTl hapPJ accident "We hope you-and you, and
fore^laTnVhe sub8cri1* to the Encyclopedia, and there
fore have already received this new vohime But. just in
Ss vL I"!" l 31"? ,0 Whel vour PrS with some chop
bits we ve gleaned from this one. whichTyou remember, is the
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941
-Jewish Fkrkiton
PAGE FIVE
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GOAT
MILK
GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
Licensed and Inspected
By Public Health Beard
For Daily Deliveries Call
7-2952
Dr. Elliott's Goat Dairy
8900 N. W. 27th Avenue
Visitors Welcome
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK OBSERVED
T
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A MAN.......
AND HIS CLOTHES
Wherever he goes and
whatever he does, his
clothes are virtually a part
of his personality Evi-
dence of his taste, his
standing, his success.
<^
For Fine
Custom Tailoring
1140 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3812
For Prompt and Courteous Service
MOUSLEY
Service Station
302 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9407
Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
BEFORE YOU BUYSEE
LEON ELKIN
Represents Largest and
f Lowest Net Cost
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
IF YOU DON'TWE
BOTH LOSE MONEY
CALL 5-1317
better understanding and appre-
ciation of each group than when
they came. During the past twe-
lve years trio teams have spoken
before more than 40,000 meet-
ings.
Very often, there are interest-
ing by-products of tnc visit of
these trio teams. In one tiny Kan-
sas community 265 people turned
up to listen to a team. The nor-
mal population of this hamlet is
250 people. Shortly after the trio
left town the community decided
it would form a permanent
"round table" of the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews. But the community was in
a quandary because there were
Omeylnrv
CLARA MAY DOWNEY
Owner and Manager
OLD-FASHIONED
MARYLAND DISHES
Prepared In (he tradition
of the old South. Served
Id colorful surroundings.
noon fo nln
COCKTAIL BAR
1045 DADE BOULEVARD
VISIT US IN
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STREET
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 \
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J. M. LIPTON. President
no Jews in the town, and round
tables are required to have a
Protestant, Catholic and Jewish
co-chairman. So it was decided
to have a local Catholic pinch-hit
as Jewish co-chairman.
The visit of a rabbi to a leading
Catholic Seminary was so favor-
ably received that the Superior
agreed to cooperate in the sched-
uling of the rabbi as speaker be-
fore a number of Catholic Semi-
naries.
Typical of the appreciation ex-
pressed by local leaders is that
of the president of a western
State University who said: "This
voucher (toward the traveling ex-
penses) is but a very small ex-
pression of the real measure of
our gratitude for the privilege of
having those men here."
The demand for these trio
teams comes from all sorts of
groupschurches, civic clubs,
service organizations, women's
clubs, schools and other commu-
nity groups. Two years ago the
International Poultry Convention
used a trio over a national radio
hookup. During January of this
year, the Colorado Home Demon-
stration Agents convention, which
was held in connection with the
annual Western Stock Show held
at Denver, invited the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews to provide a team for dis-
cussion of "The Place of Relig-
ion in a Democracy."
ROUND TABLES
The central unit of the Nation-
al Conference is the local "round
table" composed of representat-
ive Protestants, Catholics and
Jews in the community. There
are more than 300 such round
tables throughout the country
from New York to San Francisco.
The function of this unit is to re-
duce friction between groups in
the community, create goodwill,
and get Protestants, Catholics
and Jews working together on
projects of mutual interest.
What these projects are de-
pends upon local conditions. For
example, the Baltimore round
table discussed local inter-culture
tensions and took helpful action.
Among the tensions: Baltimore
department stores' relations with
Negroes; questions involving pub-
lic school text books; clinical
diagnosis of a secret anti-Semitic
agitation.
In New York City women were
"tourists for a day" when they
visited Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish centers in their city. The
guides were parish members; the
lecturers were parish clergy and
religious school heads. The aim
was to reduce "the hate and per-
secution which is based on ig-
norance" as a priest put it.
The Central Labor Union
Council sponsored a rally for
NCJC speakers in Minneapolis.
Results: Labor realized that re-
ligious leaders are vitally inter-
ested in organized labor; that
business, agriculture, labor and
religion have a common stake in
freedom.
In a number of communities
members of the three faiths have
united to promote clean litera-
ture campaigns. In others the
three faiths have joined to further
religious instruction in the
schools. Better relations with la-
bor, combatting juvenile delin-
HOLLEMAN'S GRILL
"The Food The Service
The Price-
Incomparable"
Dinners From .... 50c
Breakfast Luncheon
Dinner
14th Street at Washington
MIAMI BEACH
quency, furthering more whole-
some marriage and family rela-
tionships, helping to solve unem-
ployment, finding homes for ref-
ugee children, and furthering a
better understanding between
capital and labor, are some of the
many projects upon which mem-
bers of the three faiths cooperate.
INSTITUES OF HUMAN
RELATIONS
One of the most significant
ventures of the Conference is the
holding of national and regional
Institutes of Human Relations
where leaders of the three faiths
discuss problems and study var-
ious techniques for achieving
more wholesome relations. Most
famous of these institutes is the
Williamstown Institute of Human
Relations, held biennially at Will-
iams College in Massacheusetts.
A similar institute is held on al-
ternate years at Estes Park, Co-
lorado, while regional institutes
in the South, Middle West, and
in other sections are held periodi-
cally.
These institutes are recognized
as the "religious conscience of the
nation," since they are the only
national conventions bringing to-
gether religious leaders of the
three faiths for study and discus-
sion of important contemporary
issues. The last Williamstown In-
stitute, for example, had as its
theme "Citizenship and Religion."
Leading Americans discussed
such topics as the religious at-
titude toward peace and war, ec-
onomic questions, educations, and
other timely problems. This sum-
mer's Institute will consider every
phase of the kind of world Pro-
testants, Catholics and Jews
would like to create and live in.
YOUTH PROGRAMS
The National Conference is
particularly interested in youth.
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SOUVENIRS-GIFTS
N. W. Mth Ave. >t lnih 8t.
I>ri>r out \V. U11I.T to
N. W. rjlh Av., ill. n Nsrth
to ICIh St.
Open 9 A. M. to (P.M. I
DNEDF FLORIDAS
tJBA
R. W. BROWN & CO.
Fertilizer Manufacturers
SOUTHERN FLORIDA
FERTILIZER COMPANY
TROPICAL BRAND
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GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds, Florida
Phone Homestead 1711
OFFICE: MIAMI. FLA.
PHONE 2-3264
numoju a L.
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MIAMI
NEW YORK
1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Serving The Jewish Community
Phone 5-7777
Fifty years of experience
have equipped our staff to
render a genuinely sympa-
thetic and traditional service
always conforming to the
needs of Orthodox, Conserva-
tive and Reform Jewry. Strict
compliance with every Jew-
ish ritual.......
CHARLES-
EDWARD and
MORTON
ROSENTHAL
Resident tfansjri r
ABE EISENBERG


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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941
GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patrons
and Friends
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7th Ave.
PHONE 2-9701
GREETINGS
DANELS GORTON
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Incorporated
Residence Commercial
New Work Modernization
Best Craftsmanship
Moderate Cost
INQUIRIES INVITED
1755 N. W. 51st Ter.. Ph. 7-5420
If No Answer Call 2-3433
GREETINGS
E. F. CHAPLIN
ALUMINUM
Awning Type Tropical
Windows
ALUMINUM DOORS
420 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-7331
GREETINGS
I
REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENTS
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
MIAMI BEACH
TELEPHONE 5-3344
HALF DAY
FISHING
in the
GULF STREAM
for
SNAPPERS. GROUPERS
KINGFISH. SIC.
ROD and REEL
TACKLE BAIT FREE
FARE $1.50
ALL DAY S2.50
62-FOOT BOAT
"SEA
KING"
8:20 A. M. and 1:90 P. M.
Daily
PHONE 5-3440
STRICTLY
Tidbit* from Evrywher
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
: volume that contains the approv-
ed biography of Charlie Chaplin
.. Dd you know, for example,
that back in 1750 one Myer Hart
was one of the founders of the
! city of Easton. Pa. That Lew-
is Naphtali Dembitz. uncle of for-
mer Supreme Court Justice Lou-
is Dembitz Brandeis. was one of
GREETINGS
CROSS DISPLAY
SERVICE
1321 S. W. 40th At. Ph. 4-2914
GREETINGS
CORPORATION PRF5S
& STAMP WORKS, Inc.
Rubber Stamps Seals
323 N. E. 1st Aye. Ph.2-1886
Miami. Florida
' the two Jews who were dele-
gates to the Republican National
Convention of 1860, the one that
nominated Abraham Lincoln? .
That the first Jew to occupy a
Christian pulpit was Rabbi Max
Lilienthal of Cincinatti's Congre-
gation Bene Israel, who in March.
1867. preached in his city's Unit-
arian Church? That that hith-
erto unknown quantty, the middle
name of the Free Synagogues
Rabbi Jacob X. Cohen, is Xenab'.'
. That the late Supreme Court
Justice Benjamin N. Cardozo
never attended a law school, but
studied for his bar exam with the
aid of a private tutorone Hora-
tio Alger. Jr.? That it is the
view of many scholars that the
word Hebrew'' is derived from
the name of Eber. who was
a grandson of the Biblical Shem.
'and thus a great-grandson of
Noah? That the famous Jew-
ish name Rappaport is derived
' from that of Rafa Hakbhen of
' Porto. Italy? And that Abra-
ham Ibn Ezra, the Hebrew poet
who flourished in the early 12th
century, wrote a poem in which
he gave a move-by-move descrip-
tion of a game of chess? .
GREETINGS
COOPER COMPANY
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT
"Everything for the Kitchen"
RETINNING and REPAIRING
2118 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0844
GREETINGS
CHASE'S
SEA FOOD RESTAURANT
Sea Foods Stone Crabs
Steaks
OPEN 24 HOURS
Baker's Haulover. N. M. Bch.
"I hate to leave Florida,
but it's great, riding on the
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
AIR CONDITIONED
TO THE MIDWEST
Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:00 P.M.
Through sleeping cars for Chi-
cago, Cleveland and Detroit.
Through reclining-seat coach to
Detroit. Direct route. Travel in
comfort and safety at low cost
in coaches and Pullman cars.
Lounge car. Dining car.
Cllf TICKET OFfICK
173 East Flaslrr Sireel, Miami
Tel. 3-8391
T. W. Lu.kctt, A.G.P.A.
0 MODERN!
GREETINGS
BLUE DERBY
RESTAURANT
697 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-9313
GREETINGS
Bell Window Cleaners
General Maintenance
2712 N. W. 13th Av. Ph. 2-3613
Brotherhood Greetings
Coral Gables Garaqe
132 Giralda Avenue
Coral Gables
Phone 4-2424
ADL NEWS SERVICE
OF BM_Jlj_BniTH
,CONTINUEO_FROM PAGE 2)
tunately this is wishful thinking.
for the chain ol hate-spread prop-
aganda has not been broken and
people should not blind them-
selves to reality by believing
that the danger from bigoted and
subversive elements is past. Such
a course would lull the Jewish
group into a false sense of se-
curity and would be detrimental
to its best interests.
COMMUNITY-WIDE
PARTICIPATION
Whenever work which has been
don.' largely on a volunteer
basis begins to receive profes-
sional attention there is an un-
dercurrent of feeling, some of it
quite natural and healthy on the
part of the laymen who have
been active, that they are being
deprived of participation to
which they are iustly entitled.
This is particularly true of pub-
lic relations work involving pro-
blems that today are the com-
mon concern of all Jews. What
was first .stated in these columns
several weeks ago needs to be
repeated, in order to allay this
feeling. No ADL job can be done
in its entirety by a professional
staff unless it enjoys the dyna-
mic support of all elements in
the community. Aside from the
necessity for cooperative plan-
ning, there is a definite need
for manpower, at times in large
numbers, in order to carry out
' projects planned by the profes-
sionals.
In developing its program.
the ADL already has undertaken
i one such project, the fulfillment
! of which requires the services
of about 100 intelligent, inter-
ested volunteers. Each of these
I people should be willing to de-
' vote three or four hours to a
given assignment. At the recent
! meeting of Sholem Lodge, an ap-
peal was made for such assist-
ance and about 35 individuals
responded. More workers are
needed. As soon as the requisite
number is secured, a meeting
will be called, at which time
full and complete instructions
will be given on the details of
the undertaking and the manner
In which it is to be conducted.
Every individual who is interes-
ted should submit his name to
the office at 617 Scybold Build-
ing, phone 3-6306. You need not
be a mi mbcr of Bnai Brith in
order to take part in this work.
The invitation extends also to
the ladies.
The office "f th Anti-Itefamathm
League i li>eated at 817 Hey bold
itulklinK. Phone 3-6306. All Flor-
ida communities' or* Invited to
avail themselves1 of the Bervloea
offered l>y the ornunlzaUon and
in consult on iiiattrs of an antf.
defamation nature.
CONGRATULATIONS
MEHAFFEY'S
Trail's End Sundry and
Restaurant
1 S. W. 8th St. Phone 2-M79
CONGRATULATIONS
CHAS. D. MOSS
Septic Tank Co.. Not Inc.
Septic Tanks Installed. Cleaned
and Repaired
3994 S W. 12th St. Ph. 4-6667
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MURRAY PAINT &
BODY SHOP
60 N. E. 27th St.
Ph. 38844
GREETINGS
ACME SUPPLY CO.
Johns-Mandeville Bonded
Roofers
SHEET METAL WORKS
134 N. E. 6th St. Ph. 2-6497
You'll find Its SOFT AND QUIET RIDE
WE INVITE YOU to com-
pare the ride of your
present car, no matter what it is,
with the ride of this year's Ford.
Never before in Ford history
have we devoted so many im-
provements at once to produc-
ing increased comfort.
We lengthened both wheel-
base and springbase. We de-
signed entirely new bodies of
greater length and width than
ever before. Bodies with as much
as seven inches added to seating
width. Bodies with wider doors
and bigger windows than ever.
Then we equipped this big
1941 Ford with softer "Slow-
Motion" springs. With a new
frame that is 100% more rigid.
With improved shock absorb-
ers. And with a perfected ride
stabilizer for steadiness on turns
and in high winds.
The result is a ride that many
say is new for a car of any size!
hard to
beat at
any price!
GET THE FACTS AND YOU'U GET A FORD?


FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
+Jewist> fkridfian
PAGE SEVEN
Sincere Brotherhood Greetings
STANLEY LUMBER &
MILLWORK CO.. INC.
STANLEY HODES. Pret.
Quality at the Riflh* Price-
535 N. W. So. River Drive
PHONE 2-1728
GREETINGS
AIR CONDITIONING and
REFRIGERATION
HILL DISPLAY CASES AND
MARKET FIXTURES
FLORID A----------------
HILL YORK
-------C ORPORATION
TELEPHONE 3-2693
1225 S W. 8th Street
Brotherhood Greetings
F & S TIRE CO.
"A Tire for Every Purse"
Retreading Recapping
Vulcanizing
Wholesale and Retail
7742 N. E. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 7-7450
Brotherhood Greetings
fxtoah Uteirutock
Accessories Apparel
829 Lincoln Road
830 Lincoln Road
Founders and Functions of National
Conference of Christians and Jews
Hot* U a typical "round table" el th National
Canlrnc of Christians and J*>wi discussing
methods of promoting goodwill and cooperation
among all faiths in ths community.
A trio team prlost, minister and rabbi
ol ths National Conference. Such loams have
spoken before 40,000 meetings la the last
12 yoan spreading the message ol goodwill.
Chief Justics Charles Evans
Hughes signed the letter to
prominent Americans which led
to the formation of the National
Conference.
Newton D- Baker, former Sec-
retary of War. was the first
Protestant co-chairman and held
that position until his death.
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman. one of
the best known preachers of
this country, was a founder of
the National Conference.
BEAUTIFUL
VENETIAN
CAUSEWAY
"THE SHORT WAY"
TO AND FROM
MIAMI BEACH
Brotherhood Greetings
LEW M. CISCO
TRANSFER & STORAGE
328 N. E. 2nd Ave.
PHONE 2-5411
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
FRANK S. EVANS CO.
7005 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 7-1131
300 N. E. 71st Street
PHONE 7-2821
GREETINGS
TELEPHONE ANSV/ERING
SYSTEM OF AMERICA
Accurate Efficient
Confidential Courteous
Service Rendered By
Florida Professional Service
1101 Lincoln Road
Phone 5-7461
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DAVIS IRON WORKS
Incorporated
BOI'-ERMAKERS AND
CERTIFIED WELDERS
Ph. 2-6030 1980 88 N Miami Ave.
Reconditioned Boilers For Sale and
Repairs Day or Night Anywhere
Smokestacks and Tanks
GREETINGS
MR. AND MRS.
and
A. W. HOOVER
The NATIONAL TITLE CO.
2501 Alhambra Circle
New York
$ I 5,*jU way
THROUGH SERVICE
NO CHANGE
NO EXTRA FARE
Newark. N. J...............$15.90
Trenton. N. J. 15.15
Philadelphia. Pa. 14.70
Baltimore. Md. ........ 14.00
Washington. D. C. 13.40
Roanoke. Va. .............. 11.40
Charlotte. N. C. ...... 9.20

e
FOR ALL BUS
INFORMATION
PAN AMERICAN
TRAILWAYS
53 N. E. 1st St, Miami
Phone 2-3129
825 Washington Ave.. M. B.
Phone 5-4956
GREETINGS
FISK
TIRES
AMERICA'S SAFEST
Assure Extra Mileage
Greater Safety
Less Tire Trouble
Distributors:
MIAMI TIRE
RETREADING
COMPANY
700 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Phone 2-S686
GREETINGS
HAROLD FRIEDMAN
Factory Authorized
MOTOROLA SERVICE
at Walt Hayes
Sinclair Station
Biscayno Blvd. at 10th Street
PHONE 2-8877
Miami's Oldest
FLORIDA SUNLAND
FOODS. INC.
Available at Leading
Fruit Shippers
The Original Pure
Papaya Syrup
Brotherhood Greetings
JOSEPH ELSENER
AND
LOUIS D. HARRIS
Real Estate Investments
Business Opportunities
2603 Collins Avenue
933 Lincoln Road
PHONES 5-67165-6717
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
ELECTROLUX. INC.
Postal Building
We Extend
Brotherhood Greetings
To Our Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
SNIDER ANTIQUE &
GIFT SHOP
1029 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-0282
Mrs. H. B. Snider, Prop.
GREETINGS
MAJOR L. L. FERRIS
WASHING MACHINES
New Used
All Makes Repaired
64 N. W. 29th St. Ph. 2-7124
Brotherhood Greetings
EDITH & FRITZ
3236 North Miami Avenue
SHRIMP LOBSTERS
GERMAN SPECIALTIES
Brotherhood Greetings
HAMMOND
LOBSTER CO.
25 S. W. S. River Drive
Phone 3-1326
Brotherhood Greetings
DR. F. H. FISHER
943 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-3589
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MIAMI SHOW CASE GLASS CO.
2101 N. W. 1st Ave. Ph. 3.7087
CONGRATULATIONS
LAW'S TRANSFER
LIGHT 4 HEAVY HAULING
Agentt for Storage Warehouse Co.
555 N. W. 5th Street
O S C EO LA
MARKET
GEORGE JACOB. Prop.
Quality Western Meats
and Fancy Groceries
WE DELIVER
2293 S. W. 17th Avenue
PHONE 4-1727
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
HAYES VINING
CO.. INC.
6665 Biscayne Blvd.
PHONE 7-7545
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MONNAH PARK
BLOCK CO.. INC.
Ph. 7-1163 2205 N. W. 41st St.
ESTABLISHED 1924
GREETINGS
To My Jewiih Patrons 4 Friends
STRICK'S BAR 6, LUNCH
107 N. W. 20th St. Phone 28859
BeerHome Cooked MealsWines
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
NYSTRAND ROOFING CO.
1778 West Flagler Street
PHONE 2-2133
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE
MOVING
LERETTE'S TRANSFER
Moving Packing Crating
Rapid, Dependable Service
PHONE 2-7445
3325 N. W. 5th Avenue
GREETINGS
JACQUES HAERST
"World Famous Pastries Add to
the Success of Your Party"
Everything in
INTERNATIONAL BAKERY
PRODUCTS
Telephone 5-17631654 Alton Road
Mian.i Beach and Hendersonville
GREETINGS
MAGRUDER PUMP &
SUPPLY CO.
Lawn Sprinkler or Installation of
the better kind, with or without
your own pumping plant. 21 years
in this line of business here.
3433 Main Highway
PHONE 4-1627
GREETINGS
"Your Patronage Appreciated"
LEWIS TIRE SHOP
and WOOD YARD
Service With a Smile
169 N. W. 20th St. Phone 2-7272
GREETINGS
Shell Products Accessories
SHELLUBRICATION
71st STREET SERVICE
STATION
337 71st St Ph. 6-9156
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Repairing Road Service
We Call for and Deliver
GREETINGS
SOUTHERN TILE
COMPANY. INC.
TILE. MARBLE AND TERRAZZO
CONTRACTORS
3O10 Coral Way
TELEPHONE 4-6037
MIAMI. FLORIDA
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DISTINGUISHED PERSONALITIES ASSUME
LEADERSHIP IN UNITED PALESTINE APPEAL
Many prominent leaders in
American Jewish life have assumed
leadership in the $12,000,000 War
l-'.merpency Campaign of the
United Palestine Appeal of which
Dr. Abba 11 i lid Silver of Cleveland
is National Chairman. In addition
In the other officers the Honorary
Chairmen of the 1941 United
Palestine Appeal are (top row)
left to right: Professor Albert
Einstein, Governor Herbert H.
I/fhman, and Judge Julian \V.
Mack. (Bottom row) Henry Mon-
sky. President -of B'nai B'rith;
Hon. Nathan Straus and Miss
Henrietta Szold. In accepting
Honorary Chairmanship Governor
Lehman declared: "Today, more
than ever, Palestine offers a haven
to thousands of unfortunate men,
women and children who have
been forced from their own coun-
tries by oppression, violence and
intolerance. In no place in the
world lias there been evidenced
greater social consciousness or more
constructive effort to improve the
conditions of living. And in every-
thing that they have done
whether it was economic or social
in character the Jews have
shared the results of their efforts
and sacrifices with the country as
a whole."
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
I. E. SCHILLING CO.
CONTRACTORS MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES
MIAMI
MIAMI BEACH
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
THE SPUR
BAR GRILL PACKAGE STORE
Chinese and American FoodsDay and Night
All Sports by Western Union Ticker
N. E. 1st Avenue at Third StreetOf p. Post Office
IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO OUR
MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
THE HAND OF FELLOWSHIP
Sherwin-Williams Co.
56 West Flaqler Street
Phone 2-7443
Miami
509 Collins Ave.
Phone 5-2648
Miami Beach
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH PATRONS
AND FRIENDS
RUSSELL PAIGE, Inc.
DODGE LUXURY LINERS & TRUCKS
2020 Biscayne Boulevard
PHONE 3-8621
POLISH J
REFUGEES TOLD
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1 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BISCAYNE TITLE CO.
"OUR PLEASURE IS YOUR SATISFACTION"
Biscayne Building Phone 3-4575
Budapest (WNS)The anti-
Semitic Antonescu government
in Rumania has given 5.000 Pol-
ish-Jewish refugees the altern-
ative of returning to Nazi-occu-
pied Poland or remaining in fil-
thy Rumanian prisons at starva-
tion rations, it was reliably re-
ported here.
Many of the 5,000 Jewish refu-
gees wore soldiers in the former
Polish army and will probably
face firing squads if they return
to Nazi-occupied Poland. They
escaped into Rumania when it be-
came apparent that the poorly
equipped Polish army could no
longer hold back the advancing
Nazi troops.
The refugees were interned
upon their arrival in Rumania |
and have remained in prison since
the beginning of the war. Condi-
tions in the Rumanian prisons
are so horrible that it is believed
here that many of the refugees
will express a preference to re- j
turn home despite the fate which
awaits them in Nazi Poland.
Meanwhile, the panic-stricken
Jewish population of Rumania,
hardly recovered from the re-
cent pogroms in which at least
2.000 Jews were killed, was re-
ported to be in dread of similar
pogroms in the near future. The
anti-Jewish campaign in the Ru-
manian press has reached such
violent proportions that Buchar-
est Jews are afraid to be seen
in the streets.
One newspaper, Porunca Vremi,
urged the government to intern
all Jews in concentration camps
"in order to avoid a repeteition
of the disorders." Another news-
paper went so far as to say that
pogroms were "nothing but Jew-
ish propaganda designed to com-
promise the regime."
Rumanian Jews daily besiege
foreign consulates in a desperate
attempt to secure visas to any
country which will accept them.
Few Jews, however, have been
successful.
R. R. Adler
Heads Jewish Welfare Bureau
"Night of Stars," at the Olympia
Theatre, Monday evening, for
the seventh time.
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
Dr. Frederick Blalock
Congress Bldg. Ph. 2-7112
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FREEMAN & SONS, Inc.
ESTABLISHED 1912
DISTRIBUTORS
TRUCKS BUSES FIRE APPARATUS
3634 N. E. SECOND AVENUE
PHONE 7-6644
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FAUTH FURNITURE CO.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and Importers
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTH TERRACE
PHONE 3-4669 MIAMI
BUY THE NEW FIRESTONE
De LUXE CHAMPION TIRE
The Tire the Speedway Has Made Famous for Your
Protection on the Highway
FIRESTONE BATTERIES
Are Guaranteed for Long Life and Dependability
54 TRAINED EXPERTS RENDER SERVICE
YOU CAN DEPEND UPON
24-HOUR SERVICE
CALL 3-6431
FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLY
& SERVICE STORES
12th Avenue and West Flagler St.
Miami. Fla.
-A. SERVING
V^ FlOkiOA S FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH 0INNER'
Sir IRIECillS
4 4 6 collins ave
Miami reach

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When you feel well It is misery when you don't
Have you ever dragged through a day made miserable
by a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pains or Functional
Menstrual Painsa day when only your sense of dutjr,
kept you on the job?
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills
usually relieve Headaches. You will find them effective
also in the relief of the other nagging pains mentioned
above. rii p>cku*
A package of these ,*&.
prompt acting pain re- us Takku. si.m
lievers may save you
hours of suffering.
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Grand Rabbi Mosheh Yechie
Epstein, known as the Gzherover
Rebbe is spending a week s va
-.at 1036 Washington Ave
. Epstein is the author of
he "Shun Shlomo," a remark
able encyclopedia on the ethical
tefhtnfi of the Bible and Rab-
. -re of all ages Rat-
-. Epsteia will be the guest at ,
Malkeh to be held
-z.-.t. February- 20. at
-..-. Jacob synagogue. M:am;
7 public is welcome

Rabbis Z. L. LMMUl R. R
: J Rosenberg, a'.;
iiliinrtin of Jer.
Miami as a delegat;
r- than 130 id
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They will rr.ake an
the Beth Jac
. Saturday Feb 22
STEAKS CHOPS
SEA FOOD IN SEASON
SEA FOOD GRILL
Patronise the Best'
10 South Miami Are
TOM FLINGOS. Mot.
Erciherhood Greeting!
GEORGE V. POTTER
823 N. W. 9th Court
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S. M. PERKINS
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GREETINGS
IAS. T. DAVIS
ROOSEVELT PHARMACY
PHONE 2 $04=.
.V:\ N E. 2nd Arena*
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lircctor. In 1933
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Brotherhood Greeiingt
GUNN 4 GOLL
CONTRACTORS
PHONE 7-6697
= : N E 36th Street
GREETINGS
SOUTHERN
COLD STORAGE CO.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Coil Umpi Fa/rilities
Fruits Va^etabLes Produca
S**itSaahoard Trackage
1701 W. 7th AVENUE
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SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
ATLAS BUILDERS. Inc.
PHONE 4-5774
2307 Pone* da Loon Blvd.
Dr. Simon Ginzburg
ftrhere he >-i--. active in the liter-
ary '..: tod where he served
h ebalrnuui of th Hebrew Wri-
ters Association .'. Palestine. At
.:-.<- .-r.d of :S33 he was delegated
to America by the two central
agencies for Hebrew culture, the
Hebrew WnVrrs Association of
Palestine and the Brit Iwrit
0:arr.it
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Mrs. Sarah Gorts. Mrs. Celt Fur-
rr.an. son. Leonard and daughter.
Frances, of Passaic, N. J., re-
latives of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Blum-
berg of Miami, are visiting at
the Metropolis Hotel. Miami
Beach

-. Dorarj pr eni I ti Nation-
al Mizra
re for a ten da) Thej
.:. Tides
Hotel. In i ir honor, t
Bead Mia por ring i
Zionist Forui
be held Saturday night .;: thi
Bet Synagogue M
B at 8 pi Ra
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estine a : It I th
ed Thu is tl t ti that
nally pi
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Abraham Bramscn
".-. Annual Gran .
' Sundaj at :r.>:
Beth David Audi:-... Among
tht artist
a Reich ..--- of cere-
-.:'.;:- f.'a.-.tr.r Maurice Ma--
lyric tenor; Morris Gold-
man, violinist: Frances Goldman.
accordiar.r Abraham Bramson.
flute solo, melodrama presented
by Molka Reich Portable Thea-
tre: one act play in Yiddish un-
der direction of Harry Green-
berg. Tickets may be obtained at
the door

As one of the series of Public
Affairs" broadcasts, Senator Dun-
aher of Connecticut will speak
over a national C. B. S. network
on Feb. 21 at 10 p.m. The pro-
gram locally will be heard over
station W. Q. A VL He will
talk on "Our Representative Re-
public", and will be introduced
by Fred Harris, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans, sponsors of the broadcast
:-. Mar.: J
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GREETINGS
r T. HARPER
BONDSMAN
CIVIC BUILDING
GREETINGS
BAER'S MARKET
517 Washington Arenue
PHONE 5-3661

. '. .r.
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
DR. WALTER
K. FO LE Y
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
GREETINGS
CARL GRAEFFS
DELICATESSEN AND
RESTAURANT
10938 Biscayne Boulerard
Phone 7-9248
BREAKFAST LUNCHES
DINNERS
Serred at Popular Price*
Mis* Leah Simarick
Representing Beth Jacob Sis-
terhood ir. the Queen Esther
contest.
winner will be the recipient of
a beautiful gift. During the even-
ing a ladies' beautiful gold an-
tique watch will be awarded. On
the balcony of the building card
games and mah jongg will be
played Mrs. Chertkoff, general
chairman, is being assisted by
Mrs. Abraham Kellner. Mrs
Louis Kotkin. Mrs. H M. Kagan
Mrs Victor Mell, Mrs. A I
Orlansky. Mrs. Harry Schulman.
Mrs R Sakowitz and Mrs. Harry
Steinberg. AM proceeds of this
event will benefit the Talmud
Torah fund of the organization
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
W. G. LUNNEY
TILE CO.
Tile Work of Erory
Description .
PHONE 7-1544
7*10 N. E. 4th Court
MIAMI
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
+JewistFk>ricUan
PAGE ELEVEN
GREETINGS
To My Many Jewih Friend*
and Patrona
WHITE'S GARAGE
150 Beacom Blvd. Phone 49388
GEO. WHITE. Mgr.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WHITTENBURG
AUTO TRIMMERS SUPPLIES
Your I'atroniiK"' A|>|>rt-<-iut<>d
Artificial LeatherSeat Cover*
Upholstering
N. A. WHITTENBURG
1246 N. E. 1st Ave. Phone 2-8024
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
RENATO TTTTONI
B R O T H E R H O O D
G R E E T I N G S
To All My Friends
GEORGE STARR
GREETINGS
GERALD D. TANNER
INCOME TAX CONSULTANT
TELEPHONE 2.6841
Ingraham Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
B. W. THACKER
Adding Machine* and Type-
writer* Sold. Rented. Repaired,
Exchanged. Ask about our
Rental Purchase Contract
PHONE 2-0115
123 N. E. Fint Street
GREETINGS
ACE MATTRESS CO.
156 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 3-2778
CONGRATULATIONS
HENRY J. PILLIOD
TILE
105>/2 N. E. 25th Street
PHONE 2-6257
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
VAL C. CLEARY
The Makers of That Good
MOON KIST
ICE CREAM
and distributors of
ROYAL PALM MILK
Extend
SEASONS GREETINGS
ROYAL PALM
CREAMERY & DAIRY
PHONE 3-8655
28 N. W. 17th Avenue
COMPLIMENTS
OF
A
FRIEND

Additional
Society
Dr. Sanel Beer, superintendent
of Rivermont Park Sanitarium,
and his associate, Dr. I. S. Klie-
ger of New York, entertained at
dinner Monday night, Mme.
Mana-Zucca, Mrs. Jennie Gros-
singer, Irwin M. Cassel. Mrs.
Bessie Weisman of New York.
Among other guests were Mrs.
I. S. Klieger, Miss Evelyn Weis-
man, Dr. Leo Honigsberg, Mrs.
Dora Lieberman and Miss Ruth
Brotman, Detroit.
e
A shower was held recently in
honor of Miss Gertrude Neham,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Neham of Miami Beach prior to
her forthcoming marriage to
David Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Berg of New York City.
Miss Neham has returned to New
York where the couple will make
their home after their marriage
which will take place this sum-
mer.

Candlelight pledging services
were held by the members of
Sigma Phi Kappa sorority Mon-
day night at the home of Miss
Betsy Rubenstein. Those pledged
were Theada Gamsa, Vivian Cir-
lin, Eleanor Feigenblat, Phylis
Berman, Tema Rubenstein and
Bernice Wolfson.

Dave Lemelman left this week
for a combined business and plea-
sure trip to Texas.
The Freda Marlcowitx Auxiliary
number 174 of the Jewish War
Veterans will hold a bingo party
Wednesday. Feb. 26 at 8 p.m. at
the Beth David Auditorium, 135
N. W. 3 ave. Chairman for this
affair are Mrs. Ann Jacobs and
Mrs. Peggy Palmer.

Tuesday. February 23 at 8:30 p.
m. at the Harrison Hotel, 411
Washington Ave., Miami Beach, a
special meeting of the Workmen's
Circle will be held. J. Guskin.
president of the Workmen's Cir-
cle, and J. Baskin, general secre-
tary, will be guests of the even-
ing. .

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller will
be hosts at their Victor Hotel at
a dinner under the auspices of
the Hias for Miami Beach Tour-
ists, Tuesday, March 18. The en-
tire proceeds will go for the
work of the organization.
e e
Rabbi H. A. Pardes of Chicago,
editor, of the prominent Rabbini-
1 Journal, will visit in Miami
Beach over the weekend.
Brotherhood Greetings
Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. M. Tannenbaum
of
The Bryan Park Pharmacy
Brotherhood Greetings
A. B. CURRY
City Manager. Coral Gables
CONGRATULATIONS
IO YNER'S
SERVICE STATION
EXIDE BATTERIES
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
1000 N W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2 9480
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
KLINE'S FOOD CENTER
3322 N. W. 2nd Avenue
PHONE 2-9123
GREETINGSFROM
Edward's Service Station
E. W. Wildman. Manager
1380 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 3-1661
1150 Collin* Ave Ph. 59017
Where Your Patronage i.s
Appreciated
To Our Patron* and Friend*
Our Aim i* to Plea*e
JONES
SERVICE STATION
STANDARD PRODUCTS
ATLAS TIRES
24 HOUR ROAD SERVICE
2645 W. Flaoler St. Ph. 4-9110
Greeting, to My Many Jewi.h
Patron* and Friend*
LULA JONES
FLOWER SHOP
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
1910 S. W. 8th Str**t. Miami
PHONE 2-9790
MM 5th Street. Miami Beach
111* "pH0NE g.,52,
DENNIS KING TO BE
FEATURED AT THEATRE
OPENING MON. NITE
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
National Council Jewish Wo-
men, Miami Section, will hold
its regular Council Institute at
the Miami Beach Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue,
Tuesday, February 25 at 10 a.m.
Appealing for the Consumer's
league will be Thomas J. Mul-
lins, state Egg Inspector of the
Florida Department of Agricul-
ture. On the International Re-
lations group, Mrs. Aaron Fan-
will discuss "Better Acquaint-
ance With Our South American
Neighbors"' and Mrs. Harry Barn-
hard will SDeak on "Social and
International Legislation." All
members and friends are cord-
ially invited
Dennis King, star of stage and
screen will be featured at Gant
Gaither Theatre in the farce
comedy, "Petticoat Fever," open-
ing Monday night, February 24
and closing Sunday night. March
2.
King, who was starred in "Pet-
ticoat Fever" on Broadway sev-
eral seasons ago, will be remem-
bered for his singing and acting
in 'The Vagabond King," "The
Three Musketeers" and "Show
Boat."
Other plays in which King
has been starred in are "Peter
Ibbetson," "A Doll's House," "Ro-
meo and Juliet" with Jane Cowl
and "Richard of Bordeaux."
Last season he was starred
with Zorina in the musical, "I
Married an Angel," on Broad-
way and on the road.
GREETINGS
THE BOAT
RESTAURANT
39 N. E. First Avenue
OPEN ALL NIGHT
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
STEEL WINDOW
SERVICE
2162 N. W. 1t Ave
Ph. 2-3251
CONGRATULATIONS
TRAIL TAVERN
SANDWICH SHOP
905 S. W. 8th Street
PHONE 2-9156
To Our Friend* and Patron*We
Extend the Hand of Fellowship
Young's Service Station
"Your Pure Oil Dealer"
476 41st St. Miami Beach
HOFFMAN
LADIES' and MEN'S TAILORING
Alteration* Dry Cleaning
Ph. S-5346 Palm Court Hotel
313 23rd St. Miami Beach. Fla.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GLICK'S MARKET
2203 N. W. Seth St.
Ph. 79421
Brotherhood Greetings
HARRY BOONSHOFT
719 Collins Are. Ph. 5-9694
Brotherhood Greetings
BAUMGARDNER
U DRIVE IT
19 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-1601
Brotherhood Greetings
EAT-A-BITE
SANDWICH SHOP
1145 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9361
GLASS REPLACEMENT
AMERICAN
AUTO GLASS SERVICE
CHARLES BLAU
1525 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-0039
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SAYERS APT. HOTEL
"A House Away From Home"
2728 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9196
JAMES SANTACROCE
CREATOR OF STYLES
for Ladies and Gentlemen
1'iiiformB. College Clothes, llu*l-
IMM Men's Clothe*, lUdinu Hub-
it*, I.-ulies' Tailoring. l'h. 4-4161
218 Coral Way Coral Gable*
CONGRATULATIONS
Collins Avenue Service
Station
PURE OIL DEALER
669 Collin* Ave. Ph. 5-7569
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SKIER'S SHOE SHOP
Joe Kadar
EXPERT SHOE MAKER
1174 S. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-3545
Johnson Coal & Oil Co.
Furnace Oil. Distillate. Kerosene
Burner* Expert Burner Service
N. E. 8th Street at Bay
Miami, Florida
Day Ph .2-5707 Night Ph. 2-5604
CARS FOR RENT......
Day. Week. Month. Season
All Makes
Sedans, Coupes
Convertibles
Lowest Rates in Town
Come In And
Talk It Over with Mudd
1625 N. E. 2nd Ave.
3-5812 Phone 4-3059
Open Evening Til 10
CONGRATULATIONS
DeauvUle Service Station
GEO. PEEK. Prop.
6348 Collin* Ave. Ph. 6-9121
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ATLANTIC SERVICE
STATION
JOHN RITWE. Manaoer
1643 S. W. 8th Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ACE WINDOW
CLEANERS
2017 N. w. 51t Street
PHONE 7-1855
ma R E E T I N G S
SWIr?5R MARINE
ELECTRIC
SUBMARINE SIGNAL CO
FATHOMETER
t-xjde Marine Batteries
Marine Electrical Service
19 S. W. Sixth Street
PHONE 2-3992
Sincere Brotherhood
Greetings
YOUNGBLOOD
ROOFING CO.
1100 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 3-1985
"Every Purchaser a
Satisfied Customer"
DIAMOND
JEWELRY CO.
-Two Store
333 Clematis Street
W. Palm Beach, Phone 4807
20 West Flagler Street
Miami, Phone 2-2418
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
qREETINGS
J. ARON
ABBOTT
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
BOWMAN F. ASHE
PRESIDENT
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
WE EXTEND OUR
BEST WISHES i-
PAN-AMERICAN
CHEMICAL CO.
Janitor Supplies
Sanitary Supplies
Insured Exterminating
"PACCO PRODUCTS"
334 West Flagler Street
PHONE .3-MSSP' I
Miami. Florida
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"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HilleL
Sabbath Eve Services
I Feb. 21
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Sabbath Morning Services
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Men's Club Meeting
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friend ai herebj
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Thi
tun -. L^.J
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:rom various ciu'r.s. as well a.- a
I : party, gan : rc-fresh-
Due 1 "r fai ; that the
i liners rr.us: .. ack to
theii il immi dial Ij ftet
" ir | rl : mai ,.: th rally,
irgi ,ur friends to be pre-
sent a: ft p.m when th" program
ill begin.
M mbei '." mpli
: thi .r male fn-.nds
nvited to attend. Dr B. B
;i- rk< ley airman of the i n-
Brotherhood Week
.':. our coi .: lion, Brother-
",'.'' k be celebrated at
the :. on Fvr.rua.-y 28.
when R< in C. Zulauf of
Miami, and Rev P. Wiley Scott
of Miami Beacl be guest
speakers
IN MEMORIAM
May '.:.' Father of Peace send
fort the berea
;ir.',r g j
At thi :. .- thi Friday
evei ins, thi mi n >ry of the fof-
lowing lb. hi v,-ed:
Yahra it Evi Furman Lub-
' A i '-. ann mothi r :
Mrs Adolph Werth Etu
Snetmai thei :.'._. Snet-
mar ''.i na Bizir Icy tti r '.:'
-Ar '.------. ~,.-.'.-..-.-.ar.
Shachnss daily a: 7 ar.i e a
Satui ~.
:.: ; fr m
' 45 z m
6:30
- : -
Saturda
p.m. Rabbi Meschel :':
: : -. Th< :'r.' I th
W -.
Junior Congregation
jr V .r.z lira- .
junior ser *cl Fridaj night
45 p rr. i- y mom-
in the T....... r-
ah bui E'. ry I j
froi is invited 1
Th -: : sera n H
lelivered p'eek by Bernard
'' nts are served
: ng rvi e I j
Sistei
Friday Night Forum
G vi n by Law
thi subject : this I ri iay i
Ral M heloff.
. ad in
the commui nging. D
ats
Guest Speaker
bi Ch Brown w ill thi
-_:. ;:.. ker a-, the Saobath
morning services. He will speak
on behalf ol the Yeshivoss of old
Hungary
Radio Hour
"Liberators" will be the tl
of the radio address by Rabbi
Mescheloff this Sunday aft-r-
H>: will speak over rad.'.'
station W.I.O.D. at 3 p.m. We
pe you will listen in.
Mizrachi Meeting
Our men and women divisions
of thf Mizr hi of Miami Beach
are sponsor.ng a huge Mizrachi
...ii and melaveh malkeh this
Saturday night in honor of the
reknowned Mizrachi leaders. Ra-
Wolf Gold and Gedaliah
Bublick. The meeting will be held
at our synagogue Saturday night
at 8 p.m. Refreshments will be
served. The public is invited.
Young juaea
The Young Judea of Miami
Beach will meet at the syna-
gogue Sunday at 7 p.m. Boys
and girls between the ages of
10 and 14 are invited to join.
Habanoth
Our Habanoth meet Wednesday
evenings at 7 p.m. at our syna-
gogue. In honor of Chamisho
Ossor they had a mother-daugh-
ter affair at the Astor Hotel last
week. At the next meeting they
will formulate plans for the cele-
bration of Punm. This organiza-
tion invites all girls between the
ages of 12 and 15 of our faith
Star
Q&wU King,
of The Vagabond King." "The Three Musketeer*."
"Rose Marie." "I Married An Angel"
IN THE COMEDY HE MADE FAMOUS ON BROADWAY
Petticoat Fever"
MON. NIGHT. FEB. 24. THRU SUN.. MARCH 2
Prices: Evenings. $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75
Sunday Matinee: $.55, $.83, $1.10, $1.65
Curtain: Evening at NineMatinee 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

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Bitndecfi
F. SMITH. UP
WIDENER WEEK
tfxduAdcuj,, February 22 tAui fxxtwuiaq,, March 1
WIDENER WEEK brings to a close the winter racing meet at Hialeah Park, when the
finest thoroughbreds from American stables comoete for coveted stakes and generous
purses. Widener Week at Hialeah Park is an annual event of outstanding importance for
All Florida, when Nortnern visitors and Floridians alike witness the running of eight
races daily over a track proclaimed through out the sport as "The Most Beautiful Racing
Plant in America."
i

WIDENER WEEK PROGRAM
Saturday, February 22
THE FLAMINGO STAKES. $20,000 Added. Three-year-olds. One Mile and a
Furlong.
Eastern AMiaaa. $2,500. Foor-year-okk and up. One Mile arid ar. eighth.
Monday, February 24
MWMI JOCIEY CLUB DrrfNTR ^nvrc r -- -.,.. .., .. .. >;ursery Course,
three :ur:or.-?
Tuesday, February 25
BOUGAINVILLE* HANDJCAP. $2,500. Three-year-olds and up. Six Furlongs.
Wednesday, February 26
THE LYNEWOOD, $3,000. Four-yaor-ciis or.d up. Twc Miles on turf.
Thursday, February 27
:~h^!CE ^ LEN CLAIMmG' J2 50 Th- up One Mile and
Friday, February 28
Saturday, March 1
^0.M0 added Three-year-olds and up. One MUe and a auarter.
Hial8ah Juv^ Stak... ,S-00a Twe.yw.oId,_ ^^ Co^ ^ f^

POST TIME 2:00 P. M.
^S^^^^a ADMISSION CHARGES
Ma an. FC Man MMM 125SPM J^^"*"* *** T
H*t!Ui>-'*^wSaZ^Ta22 MINORS A0*""!!)
. mmS; -"""-*- Grandstand...... $1.35
^^-^-c-k^ Clubhouae .... ^^ 4K)
"lM* Bleachers ... 64
DAILY DOUBLE
First and Second Race*
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1941
+J(isirhri PAGE THIRTEEN
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbi'* Residence:
1823 S W. 14th TerraCe
Phon. 3-5102
590 S W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris ......... 7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon 8:00 a.m.
Mincha ........................ 5:30 p. in.
Maariv............ 6:00 p. m.
Friday ........5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service.......... 9:00 a.m.
Public Lecture Planned
The Orthodox Fellowship
which is an organization of young
OPENING THURSDAY
ELLA LOGAN
Seated 9"e" ( Swing
GEORGE GIVOT
"The Great Amaesiae'er"
Ian Irookt'
CARROUSEL
Collins at 201N h. Mill
people within the fold of the
synagogue is announcing a lec-
ture to be held in the new syna-
gogue on Sunday night, Feb. 23
at 8:30. Dr. Harold E. Briggs
noted historian and recognized
authority on world affairs will
be the guest speaker whose topic-
will be "The United States and
the Present World Struggle." It
is the duty of all people to come
and hear this important message
which ties in so closely with the
critical problems of our day. A
small fee of 25c is charged for
admission and it is hoped that a
large attendance will be on hand.
Thank You
Rabbi Kellner takes this means
of thanking his many friends
for their good wishes during his
recent illness.
Habanoth
The Chamisho Osor Bshvat
party which was postponed till
this week took place Thursday
afternoon at the home ot Mrs.
Abraham A. Kellner.
Welcome
We take this means of wel-
coming with a hearty Boruch
Habo into our midst the world
reknowned leaders of the Miz-
rachi Movement, Rabbi Wolf
Gold, chairman of Mizrachi Wo-
rld Executive and Gedaliah Bu-
blick, honorary president of Am-
erican Mizrachi organization who
are staying in our community
for a brief while. We hope that
their sojourn will be fruitful
I and enjoyable.
ZIONIST MASS MEETING
A large mass meeting will take
place at the Y. M. H. A. Tuesday
evening, March 4 at 8 o'clock,
under the auspices of the Zionist
District of Greater Miami. A
unique program is being arrang-
ed with Edmund I. Kaufman,
president of the Zionist organi-
zation of America, as guest
speaker.
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ROBERT M. SCHWARZ
SCULPTOR
CAST STONE AND DECORATIVE PLASTER WORK
619 S. W. 8th Street Phone 2-5093
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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Ooa Locka. Florida
Phone 7-1443
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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HUNTINGTON BUILDING MIAMI
GREETINGS FROM.....
CLUB BALI
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT EIGHTH STREET, MIAMI
Never a Cover Charge
DE LUXE DINNER $1.50
6 to 10 Nightly
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WHITE BELT DAIRY
ESTABLISHED 1906
Milk and Dairy Products from Our Certified
Government Tested Herd
PHONE 7-2411
NEW LOCATION
HUGH S. LARRICK
REALTOR
Real Estate in All Forms
420 Lincoln Road
Established 1921
Mercantile Bank Building
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Comrreeatlen)
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organizationa 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 dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141, which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates-
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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506-7 Postal Building Telephone 3-5885
MIAMI. FLORIDA
P. O. Box 1288
OWeMiBS
1S5 N. W. Third Avenua
MAX smapihu, naoDi
49S S. W. nth Road
Office Phone 2-147S
Home Phone 2-217*
___________________I
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services________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... 3:15-8:15
Sunday School______10:00 a. m.
Jr. Cong Saturdays .10:30 a. m.
Late Friday Evening
Services ___________8:15 p.m.
Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. The Ad-
ministrative board have adopted
a policy of guest Cantors. For the
past few weeks we had as guest,
Cantor Victor Jacoby. This Fri-
day evening we will have as
guest. Cantor Nathan Wrooble.
who will chant the prayers.
Abran Magida, national direc-
tor of Field Activities, of the Uni-
ted Palestine Appeal, will be
guest speaker. He will discuss
the recent developements in
Zionist activities in Palestine.
Mr. Magida will speak on the
subject. "Let Us Understand
Zionism."
An "Oneg-Shabbos" will fol-
low after the services, and re-
freshments will be served by
the Sisterhood.
Junior Sabbath
Services will be conducted Sat-
urday morning at 8:30, and Junior
services at 10,30. During the ser-
vices this Saturday, Charles, the
son of Mr and Mrs. Joe Zalis,
will become "Bar-Mitzvah." A
"Kiddush" will be given in the
auditorium immediately after the
Benediction for the Junior Con-
gregation.
Sunday School
A playlette was presented last
Sunday morning during the as-
sembly by the boys and girls of
Teddy Simons class.
Yahrseiten
The following "Yahrzeiten"
whose names are inscribed in the
"Memorial Book of Life" will be
memorialized from the pulpit
this Friday evevning during me
services: Menascne, lather oi Isa-
dor and David Kaplan; Kaeze
Rochel, mother of lsador Gold-
stein.
In Appreciation
Mrs. Isauor Fine, president of
the Beth David Sisterhood, and
Mrs. lsador Cohen, general of the
25th Annual Fre-Funm Ball, wish
to extend their deep appreciation
to all chairmen of committees,
and to those who have given
so generously of their services
and donations. We extend our
gratitude to all those who have
patronized this event, and we are
certain that they will be with us
in future atfairs.
Bingo and Card Party
The Beth David Sisterhood
will sponsor a bingo, card party
and mah jongg, Monday evening,
February 24, at 8 p.m., in the
Beth David Talmud Torah. Mrs.
Frances Horn, chairman, wishes
to invite all members and their
friends, and promises an evening
of a real good time.
Puxim Activities
Plans for a Purim celebration
to be held Thursday evening,
March 13 at the Beth David Au-
ditorium are being formulated.
Mrs. Frances Horn, chairman of
this affair, will announce all
details in next week's issue.
Refuah-Shlaema
We pray to the Almighty that
He grant all members of the Beth
David Sisterhood who are ill an
immediate and permanent cure.
BHTH JACOB HEUREW SCHOOL,
open every week In the year and
Sunday Sessions begin Sunday
morning. October 20. 1940, ending
Sunday morning. May 2.1th. 1941.
KVEKY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
II. A. howling games.
SECOND MONDAY every month, rea"-
ular meeting of Senior HadASaah.
SECOND ANIi FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowltz
Poet.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Woman's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress
FOURTH MONDAY every month.
board meeting, senior Had&sftah.
EVERT TUESDAY MORNINGTern-
pie Itrael Slsterltood Sewing
Classes benefit Heel Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m.
at Center, Kudid Ave. and 14th
Place,
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rith.
FEBRUARY
2310th Annual Concert. Beth
David Auditorium, 8:30 p.m.
24Jewish Welfare Bureau,
Night of Stars, Olympia The-
atre.
25Ladies Auxiliary M. J. O. C.
pre-Purim Ball, Miami Wo-
men's Club.
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.
26Y. W. H. A. board meeting,
cards to follow.
27Men's Club Temple Israel
entertainment rally.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
for Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING T.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadaiwah
Sewing, with Mrs. 8. Katz. Kan.
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
c. if. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
F. M. at Temple Israel Vetftry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Clubrooma.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nal Il'rlth howling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings, 8:16 o'clock, Y. M. H. .\.
Basketball and l >ance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Wotteon's
home. 1009 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
MARCH
5Miami Community Forum.
Temple Israel.
5Stunt Night. Y. M. H. A.
6Youth and Democracy rally,
Scottish Rite Temple.
12Y. W. H. A. board meeting.
17Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare
Bureau luncheon meeting,
Grossinger Hotel. 12:30.
19Y. W. H. A. Book of Month
Group.
23Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion for Palestine, Annual
Donor Dinner, Victor Hotel.
23Bazaar at Y. M. H. A.
26Y. W. H. A. general meeting,
program.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ENGLAND'S SERVICE
STATION
Gulf and Standard Products
"32 Years Experience"
Kendall. Fla. Phone 49409
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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FEDERATION NOTES

by ISAAC JOFTE
Executive Director
OUR SINCERE WISHES AND
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MIAMI TRADING AND
RESTAURANT SUPPLY
1164 N. Miami Avenue
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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High Grade Work
Reasonable and Reliable
MATTRESSES OUR SPECIALTY
7923 N. W. 7th Ave. Ph. 7.63^2
Upholstering. Studio Couches.
Slip Covers. Mattresses.
Box Springs. Pillows
Brotherhood Greetings
GADD'S STEAM LAUNDRY
1776 N. W. 34th Street
PHONE 3-2428
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TELEPHONE 5.1837
Lakein Jewelry Co., Inc.
DIAMONDS. JEWELRY. GIFTS
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairs
1116 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach. Fla.
Brotherhood Greetings
A. H. BRANNON
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Servi.Cycles Packard Bicycles
Lawn Mowers
SALES AND SERVICE
MORE CYCLE &
SERVICE CO.
Not trie-
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Tires. Parts. Tubes. Accessories
185 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 7.2602
UNIFORM HEADQUARTERS
NURSE
BEAUTICIAN
HOTEL
PEGGY RYAN
Uniforms
Ph. 3-5911 Miami
Seybold Arcade
HAVANA
KEY WEST
DAYLIGHT TRIP
50 "DAY
, All Expense
Tour
%Vi Days, 2 Nights in Havana
Crt se the waters of the Gulf ot
Mexico in daylight to Havana.
Tri iportation. Hotel. All Meals
and Signtseeing.
ASK FOR DESCRIPTIVE
BOOKLET
$
37
VIA MIAMI
By Boat I By Plane
$37.50 | $46.00
Mitchell's
TOI'ltS SINCE 19U
.. Ulaa : Of; e
344" Easf Filler Street
at D.scayne Boulevard
Miami llvai'h
1634 Pennsylvania Avenue
at Lincojn Road
with Postal Telegraph
As usual, the month of Feb-
ruary finds Greater Miami be-
leagured with representatives of
all hues and shades, soliciting
funds for all kinds of institutions,
here and abroad. And. once a-
gain. Federation reminds you to
please refer such calls upon you
to our office for investigation.
One of the conditions dunanded
of all our beneficiary agencies
is that no direct solicitation be
made of the permanent residents
of our community, and you are
urged to report any violation of
that condition. Of course, this
does not exclude the formation
of local auxiliaries to these in-
stitutions, or the giving of affairs
to which a charge is made for
admission.
We are happy to report that
M. J. Kopelowitz. general chair-
man of our recent successful cam-
paign, is recovering from a recent
indisposition, and is again busily
concerned with post-campaign
activity. More power to him.
It is indeed gratifying to note
that at the recent meeting in
Atlanta. Baron De Hirsch Meyer
LEADER OF REXIST
PARTY IS NAMED
CHIEF
BROTHERHOOD
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PHONE 5-6669
MIAMI BEACH
Diabetic Food. Sandwiches, Salads
Miami Beach Health
Food Shop
534 Collins Avenue
Specializing in Fresh Steamed and
Baked Vegetables
Fresh Made Vegetable Juices
PHONE 57165
MATERNITY HOME
Doctor's Delivery. Including One
Week's Hospitalization
ONLY S6S
(Free Ambulance Service)
Splendid Care Good Food
PHONE 4-6952
Stockholm WNS)Leon Deg-
relle. leader of the Rexist Party
and Belgium's No. 1 Jew baiter,
will shortly be named chief of
the Nazi administration in Bel-
Igium by Adolf Hitler, it was re-
ported heie. The same report sta-
ted that the German Fuehrer was
disgruntled with the progress of
the Nazi movement in occupied
Belgium and planned the ap-
'pointment of Degrelle to intensify
i the anti-Jewish campaign in that
country.
The Jewish population of Bel-
jgium. already stripped of their
I citizenship and subjected to iron-
! clad anti-Jewish regulations, re-
! ceived with apprehension reports
Iof a change in the Nazi admini-
stration because of Degrelle's
known record as a rabble- rous- ,
er and oogrom-incitor.
The report of the Degrelle ap- ,
pointment came as a surprise
here since the Rexist chieftain
has found few supporters of his
program among the Belgian pop-
ulation since the Nazi occupation.
Degrelle has been accused by
__________________________________
was elected to the office of presi- ;
dent of the southeastern region ,
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tion and Welfare Funds. It is
a distinct honor to our community
i and a clear recognition of Mr.
' Meyer's ability. We wish him
every success in his new position.
This makes the second time that
OUT federation has received na-
tiona] recognition, the first being
the appointment of our president,
i Stanley Meyers to membership
on the committee on National'
Budgeting Proposals of the Coun-
Cil of Jewish Federation, which
met in N-w York City last Octo-'
'ber.
many patriotic Belgians of as-
suming the same role played by
Major Quisling in Norway.
Meanwhile. Belgians have been
ordered to file statements con-
cerning their property and other
assets with the local Nazi ad-
ministration. This measure was
seen here as a prelude to a
Nazi confiscation of all Jewish
property and wealth.
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Complete Line of Novelties
and Pottery
6405 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 7.9506
GREETINGS
COURT HOUSE
BILLIARD ROOM
The Ii.-t :ind Hlfcgect in
thi> South
Itll.IJAKD ROOM Sfl'I'I.lKS
MORRIS BAIN. President
Phone 2-74.12
:(7-41 N. W. Miami Court
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FLORIDA PAPER BOX
CO.. INC.
PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS
HYMAN LESSIN
Complete Line of Handkerchief.
Linge-ie. Tie and Gift Boxes
246 N W 29th St. Phone 3-2906
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
A. G. DUNHAM
CARBON & RIBBON CO.
Mam|acturer I Highest Quality
TM'EWRITER and ADDING
MACHINE RIBBONS
Buy Oiruct and Save
ONE RIBBON 75c
Each Additional Ribbon 25c
1001 N. W. 63rd St. Ph. 7-7588
CONGRATULATIONS
MARILDA LINE
Sightseeing Yachts
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL HOMES AND
INTERESTING SIGHTS ON
THE 22 ISLANDS OF
BISCAYNE BAY
ABOARD THE LUXURIOUS AND SPACIOUS TWIN SCREW
DIESEL SIGHTSEEING YACHT
MARILDA
FEATURING 21
AT 10:30 -
HOUR LECTURED CRUISE
-1:30 4:00 DAILY
SPECIAL MOONLIGHT CHARTERS
FREE PARKING AT DOCK
ALTON ROAD AT 4TH qtrfpt
MIAMI BEACH m ,1H STREET
NEW YORK
$1.50 ROUND TRIP
For Information Sec.Your Bel. Captain. Travel Accent or
PHONE 5-9687



FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
+Jewlsl)narkUan
PAGE FIFTEEN
Brotherhood Greetings
DIXIE CASH MARKET
139 N. W. 14th Street
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
ECONOMY
PLUMBING CO.
732 2nd St. Ph. 5-5689
Brotherhood Greetings
J. C. KIMBALL
REAL ESTATE
:,37 41st St.
Ph. 5-6224
GREETINGS
I. V. HARDEMAN & CO.
Insurance All Lines
214 Congress Bldg., Ph. 3-4667
Brotherhood Greetings
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
Contracting Repairing
1443 S. W. 3rd St. Ph. 2-8330
Brotherhood Greetings
J. H. HAGOOD CO.
WINDOW SHADES
3801 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-2288
Brotherhood Greetings
INGMAN MOTORS
R. B. INGMAN
1864-72 S. W. 8th St.
Telephone 3-4671
GREETINGS
KIRKHAM JEWELRY &
OPTICAL COMPANY
Shoreland Arcade
Phone 2-4647
Brotherhood Greetings
JENSEN'S
Trail Liquor Store
1723 S. W. 8th Street
GREETINGS
W. J. KNOX
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Miami Springs
AMSTERDAM JEWS
FOLLOWING REPORTS
OF NAZI POGROMS
Geneva (WNS)A feeling of
tension prevailed in the Jewish
quarter of Amsterdam, which
houses about one-half of that
Dutch city's 100,000 Jews, as re-
ports spread that the Dutch Nazi
party, with the approval of the
Nazi administration, was plan-
ning a systematic pogrom to
wipe out the Jewish quarter, it
was reported here.
The Nazi press in Holland has
blamed the Jews for "inspiring"
the recent anti-Nazi demonstra-
tions in Holland.
FAMOUS ARTIST
RETURNS TO BEACH
Elias M. Grossman, the artist
from New York, famous for his
etchings and painting, has re-
turned to the Hotel Evans for
his usual winter vacation, during
which time he will exhibit some
of his work at the Hotel.
After Mr. Grossman's stay here
he will go to Boston to attend
his one man's Exhibition.
Brotherhood Greetings
KALER PRODUCE CO.
1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-5197
Brotherhood Greetings
FOGAL DRY DOCK
& STORAGE CO.
ALL STEEL BUILDING
24-HOUR SERVICE
N. W. 24th At*. & 16th St. Rd.
PHONE 4-9220
GREETINGS
HARMON. INC.
BLUEPRINTS
142 N. W. 2nd St.. Miami
1688 Alton Rd., Miami Beach
Ph. 3-5777 Ph. 5-3535
GREETINGS TO OUR MANY
JEWISH FRIENDS
AMERICAN
FUEL OIL CO.
S. G. MITCHELL
5120 N. W. 22nd Avenue
PHONE 7-6677
Brotherhood Greetings
MRS. CORA KISER
230 N. W. 30th St.
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
MR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. STEIN
AND FAMILY
GREETINGS
LEON'S BAKERY
Baked Goods of Distinction
2416 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables. Fla. Ph. 4-5166
1
STILL DISCUSSED
SHERTDK SAYS
Tel Aviv (WNSPalcor Ag-
ency)The question of "the par-
ticipation of Jews from the Dia-
spera countries in the war effort
alongside Great Britain has not
yet been dropped, "Moshe Sher-
tok, political chief of the Jewish
Agency executive, declared at a
press conference here.
Th press conference was oc-
casioned by the return to this
city of David Ben Gurion, chair-
man of the Jewish Agency, after
an absence of nine and a half
months? during which he visited
England, the United States, New
Zealand and Australia.
Discussing the recent immigra-
tion-certificate restrictions, Mr,
Shertok said that many immi-
grants under the previous quotas
were still en route to Palestine
and that the flow of that immi-
gration is continuing unabated.
"The Executive is doing its
utmost to maintain immigration
as long as travelling remains pos-
sible," he said, while criticizing
the blow dealt immigration by
the Government's order of Dec.
28 virtually suspending immigra-
tion except in special cases.
He refuted the Governments
contention that economic consid-
erations motivated its decision,
emphasizing that the position of
the Jews in the Diaspera made
imperative the saving of all
those whom it might be possible
to rescue by transferring them
to the Jewish national homeland.
Mr. Shertok disclosed that the
Jewish Agency has to date re-
ceived no reply from the Govern-
ment regarding the requested
emergency immigration certifi-
cates to bring Rumanian Jews
here.
Asked whether any official ne-
gotiations were being conducted
with the Revisionists, Mr. Sher-
tok said that the matter had not
yet been brought to the attention
of the Jewish Agency. He im-
plied, however, that unofficial
negotiations were going on, when
he said that he assumed that "if
concrete results should be reach-
ed they would be laid before the
central organs of the Zionist
Organization for decision."
GREETINGS
WINDOW CLEANING
SERVICE of FLORIDA
1655 Michigan Avenue
PHONE 5-5907
WashableWaterproof
Table Pads
A* Low Ai
2 ftC Call for Agent I
UJJlo nxjiurt t.ible.
.-a
3-3272
AMERICAN TABLE PAD
152 N. E. SECOND STREET
No obligation
3 D.iv Delivery
GREETINGS
ROBBINS
WAREHOUSING
and DIST. CO.
1109 N. W. 22nd Street
PHONE 2-0480
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
BARKER TODD BOATS
3220 N. W. 27th Avenue
PHONE 3-1482
GREETINGS
MARION BUTLER
REAL ESTATE
1616 Alton Rd. Ph. 5-6409
GREETINGS
JOHN A. MOORE
and
BISCAYNE
ENGINEERING CO.
47 N. W. First Street
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
Are not being; used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dles Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. and send
these articles to the HUM-
MA(iE STOKE maintained by
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Pleasa Phone
Mrs. L. J. Hartz. 27135
Mrs. Morris Dubler. 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4269
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Sshwartz, 2 1864
and they will be called for
Brotherhood Greetings
DR. R. S. AKERS
DENTIST
And Associates
1764 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 2-2131
Brotherhood Greetings
BROWN'S
Potato Chip 8c Pretzel Co.
DANIEL M. BROWN
Ph.3-4916 1100 S. W. 8th St.
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
H. C. Wilcox Garage
Ph. 3-9166 2901 N. W. 2nd At.
Brotherhood Greetings
HARDIN OFFICE
EQUIPMENT CO.
DESKS CHAIRS FILES
SHELVES SAFES
New and Used Furniture
209 S. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-6390
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
To All My
Jewish Friends
MISS HELEN G.
WARNER
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
JUDGE
DAN P. GALEN
605 Lincoln Road
MIAMI BEACH
Brotherhood Greetings
MRS. LAZARUS ABRAMS
of
HOTEL ABRAMS
302 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach
Brotherhood Greetings
BISCAYNE
FISHING BOAT
City Yacht Basin, Pier 7
PHONE 2-2236
Brotherhood Greetings
CHARLES G.
HANNOCK
Dade County Surveyor
Brotherhood Greetings
To My Jewish Friends
H. B. SCHULTE
EVERYTHING IN
REAL ESTATE
Ph. 2-2636 Ingraham Bldg.
THE SAVORY
BAKE SHOP
"We Specialize in Home Made
Cakes and Party Delicacies"
1684 Alton Road Ph. 5-4941
Miami Beach. Florida
GREETINGS
INTERNATIONAL
FINE ARTS GALLERIES
EXCLUSIVE
IMPORTATIONS
OBJECTS D'ART
ABRAHAM SCHORR
Director
1127 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-4451
G. W. TRIPP
and Associates of the
TRIPP CONTRACTING CO.
400 Grand Canal Drive
PHONE 4-0189
Extend Brotherhood Greetings
KOSHER KILLED
Chickens and Turkeys. Com-
pare our Poultry and Prices
at
SPRINGER POULTRY
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Filth Street
Rev. H. M Kagan
is on duty every day
FOR A NEW CAR
DELIVERED
IN MIAMI
with
$150
minimum
TRADE IN ALLOWANCE
REGARDLESS OF AGE.
MAKE OR MODEL
*
WILLYS AMERICAR
TRAIL MOTORS
1M3 S. W. tth Street
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
SIX STAKE RACES
'-.-.- O
SPRING SEASON
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flHENDANCE AND
: PLAT BREAK ALL
RECORDS HI mi
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n -.-- ..' ..- Pw --
ca- .::-. d ';. Saturday
llaxcr a for i 13 MI add i
p on attracting J-year -..-. snd
ipward v. i sui furlong run
Man -':: Tropical Part
stakes '? irrti % bang On
.-<<-;;; Saturday Marcii :r.
2-year old eoha *r d geldings
.... rui tin four furlongs '-' the
r/r*.-.g'- Bfa Stakes for s
12'//. added prize. Top roung-
Iten ;.': -' *.'. compete for the
>.'./>- vor tad year by General
Jack
Hie Royal Palm Handicap fc-.
one mile and levenly ;<.-:.
.'*i.'..'..'.<: tot the three and ->
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PALESTINE ABLE TO BE-
COME LEADING CENTER
; ilen WXS Paicot Ag-
j IT at Pa -.----.
xung a leadmg center for
.-- Ti'j'y*;" cfcerr ra -
paratxm* and product! for the
--...-- East .*-. uV eootentioi .'
Di Mordeeai Boot
or of Inorgar ay at
the H*:'.rew ".'.'..".". .-."' ..' ax
addre ivered at the fifth
national conference of the Chem-
Aaaooation of Palesune
The Palesune chemical irtdua-
try may fbortly be capable of
manufacturing i.^ the easenual
c h rr ical material i needed to
- aki thu co -r.^r> men
be laid L :'j2v been in charge of the chem-
ical research wort it the Dead
Sea and nnce 1027 he .-.as di-
d the wort a", the inorganic
laboratories '-r. Mount Scopui
EP.OTHZHHOOD GREETINGS
PHONE 45943
JAMES A B BON A
Mantiea Garage Grillg Window Sills
Vemto Louvere Stops
and
All Kinds of Art Stone. Polished or Plain
2823 BIRD ROAD COCONUT GROVE. FIA.
WOULD PROHIBIT
SENDING RACIAL
MATTER THRU MAIL
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bar 'J nropoi
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SPECIAL DELEGATION
FROM PALESTINE
CALLED TO LONDON
1 i '' "SS Palcof A-
cj -L :-:. ind Teddj Kuhk
:. : -.-
:. : from r i. 5"." -.-
-. 1 u the request f thi
.-: H i the Bnt -
z. .- uon u aid in Eng-
.---: ':'. : -. Ha)
ijgr arrived here after a
A- .- g the delegation's other
'-r.::. >ns be :.:.:: I
: -. .' :> in the word
Seen mi isage at the
p .-. .- rampaiign a month
i= a rep rt cn the Veshuv i
z: wing contribution tc the E--
; n .- effort botl in .&-
: and .-. industrial produc-
li -. and w our mainti nan*
; position ar.d :t= ab::-
absort the ;.r:..-g :rr.~:-
-
Be .-. assa I : your communit)
tc jrour I cal imit of the
rnunity l: i
HUNGARIAN JEWS
F
OE M NAZI LAWS
E bgrack WHS S.r -
-....-. .' a.-.:.-Jewish 1=--.
in Hungary -si "' fcaw -
:
Ulti-J I r-g. .
: : :
Theae Jews were fined a I
m 4 an Ji irtenced to pr.-
I rt sHer having beep.
...ar viokat
I J< -
--...-..:; : i.- = ;_-:;. pr-^-*"i
Inter r Minister Peresae K- r
- -Fa e* against :r* v.
-.' in Nazi i
. i in Hun|
7- Kazi press :5 conducting ,
- J- .. .- -Amer-
ican Rlnu in Hungary and to
~ with German UFA
- j
Hungariar Nazil rave beer, r -
for the ;de she ii -
in Hungary '. two rabidly anti-
bus, Jew Suss" ar.i
H use of Rothschild." The
.-".: i :n Budapei-.
tome time ago but was a Bnan-
The Nazi press clamored .' r
I return engagement of "Th
:' Rothschild" and is now
distributing free tickets to the
film. Typical of the Nazi reviews
anti-Jewish pictures was
that of the Deutsche Zeitu.-.g
film critic said of "Jew
Suss"
After se-eir.g this wonderful
tun -: left the theatre with
f:=-.s clenched in our pocke---
and our hearts pounding with
murder at the sight of the sons
of Israel we passed on the
'. f
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BEACH GARAGE
THE SOUTK'S MOST COMPLETE
110 Meridian Avenue
Phone 5-0403
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
JEFF'S NIGHT CLUB & BAR
B310W PLACE OF THE SOUTH
3 Shows Nightly 10:30. 12:00, 2:33
NO COVER FREE PARKING
FUgler Street at !2th Avenue Phone 2-9312
Brot THE 2235 S. '.-.'.'.ood Greetings o Sincerely, MR GARDEN W. 8th Street id Bes* Wishes to Our and MRS. FREYER Friends
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE. Inc.
100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-8411
William L. Huntley
SWARTHOUT RETURNS
TO THE FORD HOUR
Gladys Swarthout, mezzo-sop-
rano of the Metropt itan (',; rs
.- turns to the Ford Sunday Eve-
ning Hour as guest soloist next
Sunday night, February 23 The
attrac ive star will be beard with
the Ford Symphony Orchi tra
rv over the CBS net-
wort between S and 10 o'clock.
Mis:; Swarthout, making her
second appearance of the season
in the popular Sunday Evening
Hour, has chosed Handel's "Lar-
go from-"Xerxes" as her fea-
ture presentation. This work was
Handel's comic opera.
Under the baton of guest con-
ductor Eugene Orrr.andy. musical
director of the Philadelphia Or-
chestra, the Ford Sympr.r.r.y will
be (' atured in Weber's Overture
to 'Der Freischutz."
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
PATRICK McCARL
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
"HOMES OF DISTINCTION-
MIAMI
FLORIDA
RUSCO VENETIAN JALOUSIES
ALL METAL
A PERMANENT WEATHER PROOF PORCH ENCLOSURE
THE F. C. RUSSELL COMPANY
6242 N. E. 2nd Avenue
Phone 7-2547
The Mct Completely Equipped Auto Paint Shoo in The South
JOHNNIE & MACK
REGULAR $35 GENUINE duPONT A rtr
DELUX PAINT JOB 7.95
No MoreNo Loss
Our Facilities Enable Us to Render 24 Hour Service! All Work
Over $25 Financed As Low As $1 00 a Week.
Phone 3-7681 74 N. E. 20th Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GENERAL SHEET METAL
We Specialize in
SKYLIGHTS VENTILATORS
Br and Reitaurant Equipment
Mide of
STAINLESS STEEL MONEL
COPPER
2315 N Miami Avenue
PHONE Mill
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
MISSION BEVERAGES
LIME COLA
PHONE 3-4841
611 S. W. 3rd AVENUE
I ASH n LOCKS
NASH n\
ONE D-TTER
NASH ?S5?5!?TrSUPFLY co-INC-
n^ LSH WATER PRODUCTS
4339 I^^ND' BRICK' TILE' CONCRETE BLOCKS
4339 W" W- 27TH AVEWUE TELEPHONE 7-4443


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1941
Last week we erroneously
stated that Chili Jack's was
established in 1931. We point
out that Chili Jack's opened
for business in Miami in 1921.
He hung up the first Chili
sign in Miami. There are thou-
sands of Chili signs now up but
Jack states that he is the only
one making real Mexican
dishes in Miami.
*Jew 1st FlcridUar)
GREETINGS
SCHAAF'S
PRESERVING CO.
JELLIES and PRESERVES
1305 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2-4631
SINCERE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
AUBY KEOSKIE
PAGE SEVENTEEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
For Men Only
We have nothing rash to offer
you fellows but some data we
will offer should make the of-
ficial body of the Y.M.H.A. per-
form an ostrich act. We are re-
ferring to none other than the
Y.W.H.A.. the outstanding wo-
men's organization in the Great-
er Miami area.
Checking back the member-
ship of last year, we find a to-
Brotherhood Greetings
A. SALUS & SON
1336 N. E. 1st Arenue
PHONE 3-0727
GREETINGS
36TH STREET HOTEL
744 N. W. 36th St. Ph. 2-9243
Brotherhood Greetings
ROSE BOWL
"Miami's Most Delightful
Dining Place"
FINE FOODS and WINES
512 N. E. 15th St. Ph. 3-2045
Greetings to My Many Friends
EILEEN RACICOT
Roscoe Studio of Dancing
PHONE 7-1336
7220 N. W. Miami Court
Brotherhood Greetings
HOTEL STRAND
226 N. E. 2nd Street
GREETINGS
THORNTON'S
SANDWICHES
434 S. W. 8th Are. Ph. 3-4051
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SEMINOLE BAR
OKEECHOBEE ROAD
HIALEAH
tal paid-up membership of 65,
today, under the new leadership!
this group has passed the 350
mark in paid memberships. That
in itself is a singular honor for
the splendid work that this group
is doing.
Among their many projects
that are partly responsible for
the increased membership are:
Library and book reveiw club
headed by Mrs. Joel Belov.
Arts and craftsheaded by Mrs.
Leon Lioberman; Bowling and
calisthenicsheaded by Mrs. Es-
sie Schaffer; Interior decorating
classheaded by Mrs. Leon Lie-
berman; Red cross first aid
headed by Mrs. Stanley C. Mey-
ers; Red cross knittingheaded
by Mrs. Blanche Strauss; Sur-
gical dressing trainingheaded
by Mrs. Tina Kotkin; Music ap-
preciationheaded by Mrs. Phi-
lip Feldman; Mah jongg classes
headed by Mrs. Anne Jacobs;
Starting Monday, March 17, a
new class will be inaugurated,
Personality developement and
public speakingheaded by Mrs.
Leon Lieberman.
Many of these fine projects have
been obtained through the cour-
tesy of the Dade County Board
of Education for whom we are
very grateful. It is due and
proper that the splendid ach-
ievements realized by this group
and its officers be made known
to the general public.
The officers of the Y.W.H.A.
are: President, Miss Irene Cohen;
vice-president, Mrs. Leon Lieb-
erman; recording secretary, Mrs.
Mildred Rubenstein; correspond-
ing secretary, Mrs. Charles Str-
auss; treasurer, Mrs. Joseph Sch-
affer. We are proud of you Y. W.
H. A. and sincerely hope that
the Y.M.H.A. will follow suit
in short order.
News Around Town
Sid Kraft, one of the harder
working members of the Y.M.-
H.A. House committee, received
his questionaire the other day. as
did Don Solomon and Harry
Moss, plus Bernie Serkin and
Irving Moss who are leaving
with the next contingent. Good
luck fellows!
Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pal-
lot are back in Tallahassee after
Continued on Page 18
GREETINGS
TAMIAMI CYCLE CO.
1561 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 2-5313
TAMIAMI
TOURIST COURT
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES
CABINSTRAILER SPACE
I. T. PISTELLI. Manager
3038 S. W. 8th St. Phone 4-9169
Brotherhood Greetings
To My Many Friends and
Patrons
ROY R. WELTON
WELTON
INSURANCE AGENCY
Langford Building
PHONE 3-8658
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
5-6113 PHONE 5-6266
STANLEY
DE LUXE TOURS
TAXI SERVICE
12th and 14th at Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
SiahUeeing by Bui 1.50 per Per.
on. Care to the Racese Daily
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TRIANGLE TOY &
NOVELTY CO.
PARTY FAVORSHATS
NOISEMAKERSCARNIVAL
SUPPLIESNOVELTIES and
NOTIONS
344 W. Flagler St.
Ph. 3-2493
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SEVENTH AVENUE
NURSERY
5830 N. W. 7th AVENUE
PHONE 7.4014
NOW'S THE TIME
LET'S TRAVEL
HAVANA
NASSAU
WEST INDIES
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SERVICE
Phone 5-1421
for
TICKETS RESERVATIONS
2028 Collins M. Beach
GREETINGS
Open 11 A. M. to 1 A. M.
ORIENTAL
PHONE 2.9742
CHOP SUEY CHOW MEIN
ROOF GARDEN
American and Chinese Cuisine
Orders 1'repared to Take Out
272 W. Flakier Miami. Florida'
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
VENETIAN
WOOD YARD
EXTRA HIGH QUALITY
FIREPLACE WOOD
We Own Our Own Forests
Immediate Supply Assured
Wood Cut to Any Length
PROMPT DELIVERY
2730 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 40898
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SHELLEY TRACTOR &
EQUIPMENT CO.
CATERPILLAR TRACTORS
SALES and SERVICE
Tractors Road Machinery
Diesel Engines
632 S. W. 8th St. Ph. 36075
CONGRATULATIONS
Trade Winds Supply Co.
ROY L. PENNINGTON. Manager
"South Florida's Most Complete Supply House"
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LOUIS N. POKRESS
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
605 Lincoln Road Telephone 5-5232
MIAMI BEACH
Complete Line of
"GENERAL"
Swimming Pool Equipment
Also
Diving Masks and Pool
Cleaning Equipment
Estimate* Cheerfully Given
See Us
for
AH Your
Needs
Featuring
"GENERA
Playground
and
Gymnasium
Equipment
Complete Line Also
of Shuffleboard and
Badminton. Table Tennis
and Accessories
Courteous
Attention
Prompt
Service
Headquarters for
FLAGS. PRESENTATION BANNERS. ADVERTISING
FLAGS. PENNANTS. BRACKETS. SPEARHEADS.
BRASS EAGLES. FLAGSTAFF HOLDERS
"COMPLETE DECORATIONS WITH ALL ACCESSORIES'
2765 Boyshote Drive
Phone 4-6378
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
P. & A. GARAGE. Inc.
PHONE 3-5568 58 N. E. 8th Street
ESKIMOS
Ulmt Cm!
But Florida homemakers need
dependable year-round re-
frigeration for cold dishes, lor
preservation ol foods. Electric
relrigeration is automatic
irouble-lree it's always
on the Job, salely.
dependably, eco-
nomically.
SEE YOUR
DEALER !
EltEIRMTY !S (HUP!
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SUNSHINE PRODUCTS. INCORPORATED
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE JELLIES AND MARMA-
LADES FROM FLORIDA TREE-RIPENED FRUITS
Phone 7-2010 499 N. W. 79th Street Phone 7-4704
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
STARLING'S. INC.
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS
CREDIT TERMS ARRANGED
9S5 S. W. 8th Street
Phone 3-4364
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SOUTHLAND APPLIANCES
E. M. SLEIGHT. Owner
FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS and RANGES
A. B. C. and THOR WASHERS
SOU N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 7-03*1
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NORMANDY CENTER DRY CLEANING
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ALTERATIONS REMODEUKG REPAIRING
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1147 N. W. 22nd StTMt
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HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL SPORTS RESULTS
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
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PAGE NINETEEN
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To All Our Patron* and Friends
Miami Pants Stores. Inc.
J O. SIMON. President
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
P. A. NEFF
MACHINERY
Complete Line of Contractor*
Equipment
1920 N. W. Miami Ct. Ph. 3-5147
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
S. ERNEST PHILPITT & SON
WURLITZER PIANOS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
SHEET MUSIC RECORDS
36 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.5181
B'nai B'rith
Not
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By MILTON FRIEDMAN
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ROSEBUD'S
RESTAURANT
1898 W. Flagler St. Ph. 28700
GREETINGS
J. FRANK VANN
FLEETWOOD" Refrigerator!
and Market Fixtures
SERVEL
Refrigerating Machinei
1242 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2.1525
Brotherhood Greetings
TARADASH
PROPERTIES, INC.
933 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
GEORGE LANGER
Proprietor
THE SUNGAS
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flagler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons
The Hand of Fellowship
On Brotherhood Week
Last week, having finished the
space allotted to me, I was un-
able to relate any of the interest-
ing highlights of the splendid
address made before the Lodge
by Dr. Bowman F. Ashe, pres.
of the U. of Miami. Dr. Ashe, has
been president of the U. since
its inception in the winter of
1926 and was thus well quali-
fied to tell of its history and
purposes. Its purpose has been
to develop the cultural and ar- |
tistic side of the communtiy.
This is reflected in the splendid
U. Symphony Orchestra. Another
project has been research in trop-
ical aspects of science. Very
important at all times is a third
function of the U. that of un-
derstanding and interpreting La-
tin culture.
Statistics are enlightening with
regard to the progress of the U.
Today the U. is composed of
one major building and 12 aux-
iliary buildings. It has 55,000
volumes in its library and has
COMPLIMENTS
OLYMPIA CLINICAL AND
X-RAY LABORATORIES
503 Olympia Building
THOMAS C PERRY
Bacteriologist
CONGRATULATIONS
PEEK'S SERVICE STATION
TEXACO DEALER
508 W. Mat St. Ph. 5-9306
Miami Beach
MAGIC CITY AUTO
EXCHANGE
GOOD USED CARS
PHONE 3-5975
J. A. REISINGER. Mgr.
2222 N. E Second Avenue, Miami
well equipped laboratories. Its
property is evaluated at close to a
million dollars and its annual
budget runs in the same figure.
The U. has 1385 regular students
plus hundieds of special stu-
dents studying air navigation.
54% of the students are from
Florida and 46% from 32 states
and foreign countries. 65% of the
students are men. There are 100
faculty members. The U. has a
Liberal Arts college and schools
of Business Administration, Edu-
cation, Law and Music.
It was a pleasure for the bro-
thers and sistersdhe Auxiliary
joined us to hear the address) to
hear Dr. Ashe, and take pride
with him in the progress of the
U. Sholem Lodge is vitally in-
terested in civic enterprises and
the U. merits our support and
j cooperation.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
very appropriately, as Hillel Ex-
tension director at the U., in-
\ troduced the speaker of the even-
ing. It had to be no less than a
U. president to drag the rabbi
away from his junior rabbi.
Can't say that we blame him
for his reluctance in leaving the
old fireside now.
Speaking of Hillel Extension
at the U., the semester has start-
ed off on the right foot. The ex-
tension unit gave the Jewish
students a boat ride and party
! a few weeks ago.
Prominent faces in the news:
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, local as
well as state Aux. president,
dashed off to Daytona the other
day to be guest speaker at a
banquet held there.
The Anti-Defamation League
office is still quite anxious to
secure volunteers for needed
work. Here is the opportunity
for every Ben Brith to take an
active part in the working of
the lodge. Get in touch with the
A.D.L. office in the Seybold
building immediately.
It is a standing date every
Wednesday night for all mem-
bers of the lodge and auxiliary
to meet at the Recreation Bow-
ling Alleys on S. Miami Ave.
and 3rd. street. Having mixed
bowling leagues has created new
enthusiasm. New teams are being
formed each week. Grand prizes
and trips will be in store for
participants.
Word has been received by
the Auxiliary that money is
needed in England for refugees
in that country, as a result, the
women are planning on putting
aside one day next month where-
in they will hold mah jongg and
other games in their homes,
charge admission to invited
guests and send the proceeds
abroad. Mrs. John Kronenfeld
and Mrs. Ida Optner are co-chair-
men for the project. Mrs. Kronen-
feld called to suggest that the
men similarly get up pinochle,
"Give four t'lothhiK New Life"
ORANGE
TAILOR DRY CLEANING
LAUNDRY
207 6th Street
Bet. Collins and Washington Aves.
PHONE 5-9631
CONGRATULATIONS
SHAYNE DRUG CO.
501 41st St. Ph. 5-3365
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
OSCAR E. DOOLY. JR.. REALTORS
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Myron S. Greentree Ward C. Meagher
Warren Kingsbury A. Otto Birn
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
KATHRYN ERB WEAVING
INVISIBLE WEAVING FINE MENDING
BURNS. TEARS. MOTH HOLES
CALL FOR AND DELIVERY
718 Congress Building Phone 3-4028
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
GORDON & CHIPLEY
RENTALSSALESHOMES. APARTMENTS and HOTELS
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
1612 Alton Road
Phone 5-2550
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
THE FRIENDLY
HIPPODROME
"RIP" WEINKLE
(Continued on Page 20)
GREETINGS
EDWARD W. PAGEL
P.EAL ESTATE
325 E. Flagler Street
PHONE 3-0515
Rhode Vacuum Cleaner Co.
Authorised Bales li Service Agents
for Kurcka and Premier Duplex
CleanersPart* and Supplies, Re-
built cleaners or all makes i" stock
1312 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 37838
M KLEINER
CONGRATULATIONS
REYES SERVICE STATION
CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS
OPEN ALL NIGHT
1101 Biscayne Blvd Ph. 29389
GREETINGS
STANDARD
Wholesale Grocery Co.
PHONE 2-1422
149 N. E. 10th Street
CONGRATULATIONS
On Your Brotherhood
Anniversary
The Sewing Machine Shop
35 N. E. 1st St. Ph. 2-4024
GREETINGS FROM
McCR0RY'S
FIVE & TEN
CENT STORE
Brotherhood Greetings
DIAL 5-0523
LINDEY'S
RESTAURANT
731 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida
Brotherhood Greetings
STOVE and FIRE PLACE
WOOD ANY LENGTH
SILVER BLUFF
WOOD YARD
2756 S. W. 28th Lane
PHONE 4-9377
Miami, Florida
GREETINGS
FROM
ROBERT LEWIN
GREETINGS
KLEAN LINEN
SERVICE
194 N. W. 36th Street
PHONE 3-4294
GREETINGS
Phones 5-08585-0859
RENTALS SALES
and MORTGAGES
TOBIN & TOBIN
REALTY ASSOCIATES. INC.
Established 1916
335 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
GREETINGS
MIAMI WHOLESALE
GROCERY CO.
122 N. E. 11th Street
Distributors for
SCHLITZ BEER
OLD MILWAUKEE BEER
MIGROCO WINES
FOR DELIVERY &}(tW4044l
Cmtuz/MalUtuf
When Acid Indigestion, Gas o%
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
tains alkalizing buffers and so
helps counteract the associated
Excess Stomach Acidity.
But the relief of these minor
stomach upsets is only a small
part of what you can expect
Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You
will find it effective for Pain Re-
lief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds
and Muscular Aches and Pain*.
It contains an analgesic, (sodium
acetyl salicylate), made more
prompt and effective in its pain-
relieving action by alkaline buffer
salts.
When hard work or strenuous
exercise make you feel tired and
dragged out, enjoy the refresh-
ing effect of a glass of sparkling,
tangy Alka-Seltzer.
At Dru* Stores Is > *
\lka-Sclt/ci
Ml CORAL WAV
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
VENETIAN ART MARBLE & TERRAZZO CO.
TILEMARBLETERRAZZO
PHONE 2-5293
1121 N. W. 29th Street Miami. Florida
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
AUFFORD KELLEY CO.. INC.
7235 Biscayne Boulevard. Miami. Florida
OFFERS
MURPHY CABRANETTES AND BETTER BUILDING
SPECIALTIESACOUSTI-CELOTEX
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
CABANA SHOP
JENNIE and EDDIE SILVERMAN
745 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1941
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BBOT-cR-OOD 0" EET SOS
STEWART PAGE CORP.
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BON TON CLEANERS
VI- O** -- 4-2 "
IT S. FIFTH AVENLE
BROTHERHOOD
GREETINGS
BOULEVARD
TYPEWRITER CO.
N. E. 2ra Street
phone I4SM
Jewelry Quality Gems
Watch Repair*
THE ORIGINAL
DRUCKER'S
Watchmaker* and Jewelers
Official Timekeeper for
Elks Lodge No. 1601
1053 Washington Avenue
Miami B<-ach, Fla.
TELEPHONE 5-3774
CONGRATULATIONS
LLEWELLYN
MACHINERY
CORPORATION
1034 N. Miami Avenue
PHONE 2-4146
GREETINGS
C. H. LYNE
FOUNDRY AND
MACHINE CO.
105-109 N. W. 5th Street
PHONE 2-5840
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT &
TITLE COMPANY
INC.
Complete Abstract and
Title Insurance Service
THE ONLY ABSTRACT
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH
B'NAI B'RITH
CoatBHMd '.:-rr. Pag'- I I
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
-. ,-. : k -:-.- Kama on the;
FLASH N in be de- This coming Sunday afternoon.
by ^Ia5ch Feb. 23. at 2.30. Junior Hadassah
2 a: a 4o p.m Sno.err. Lodge __ .
Theatre ^d ** Business and Profes-
party -: ...-. Gant Gaithex .r.ra- sior.al Group of Senior Hadassah
tre Miami Beach Trie play will -A:;_ be hostesses to their mem-
--- "' -- "-"--/I ben and friends at a joint meet-
Petttcoat Fever which ran with ..-. _-i
nicfa gn it rj r. Broadway --^g to oe held at tne National
7- n ther than Hotel, 1677 Collins ave. Miami
King waa featured Beach
w Guest speakers will be Mrs
With such an outstanding show,

BRINSON MFG. CO.
O.Al V VENE"AN B_ MM
OFF CE AND FAC TOR t
J2C N // 27tn Av phone Mita MM
0 0. Jn-iO". Miami, Fie- sa
uckeu will
at a premium
Oscar Bender, member of the
ilarly the tact National Senior board, and a
'-' '-- ":' 37.member of their Speakers Bu-
BJ : .. ,au. .ho is touring the south-
iweeth -.-. will want! err. region at tnis-wme. ar.a Miss
GPEE riMOs
Ha a-2 w-i Isaac J ADouiafia ano1 Pi"" / t' BUENA VISTA Furniture Exchange MM N E 2-d Avenue PHONE 7.20"
- .::v it :s urgently suggested
that you call Jimmy Leonard.
chairman 2-5861 or the B'r.ai
B'nth office. 3-9751. For reser-
...-.'. now. Don't forget
.'.' 2^tT. immediate past presi-
dent of Junior Hadassah. who
:s spending the season in Miami.
Mrs. Leonard Beidner. chair-
that dancing will take place on;man of the Business and Profes-
tage ifter the show Refresh- |Si&nai dlvision and Miss Betty
.i:ng sandwiches, i r ,
.a,: ice-cream will be served, j Lesley, president of Junior Had-
On Sur.iiy night, February 9J assah will be the presiding of-
:')4: the Rcyal Palm Chapter I ficers
no 3MI heldla smoker at the A muslca, program wiU ^
home of Mi.ton V\eink!e. our i .
AJeph Godol. Approximately 50 presented and refreshments ser-
attended. including John Kroner.- ved. We extend a cordial invita-
ld B'nai B'nth A.Z.A. chair-1 tion to our many mmbers and
^= NiV^Ki. to ut many members and
advisor At this meeting ten new
pledges were intro- time.
! duced. as follows: Martin Horo-
i witz. Jack Bucksbaum. Sid Gold-
stein. Sam Leb, Seymour Bren-
ner. Marvvin Robbins. Eugene
L. Solomon. Bob Weitz, Sam
i Weber and Jerry Dinker.
Motion pictures were shown
' by Stanley Ratner which includ-
ed color films of the Orange
1 Bowl Game and Parade, taken
1 by him. Refreshments were ser-
| ved to all. Many out of town
' Alephs were present.
Twenty-live couples were pre-
I sent at a Valentine Party on
Saturday night. February' 15. at
the home of Martin Rosen. A
Scavenger Hunt, dancing, magi-
cians and other entertainment
was held in honor of our new
pledges.
SECRETARY OF STATE
DISCLOSES HORROR
FELT BY GOVERNMENT
11 m York WNS,Secretary
of State. Ccrd- U H ill in a com-
munication received by Dr. Ste-
phen Wise, president of the
American Jewish Congress, dis-
h rror '- 11 by the Uni-
ted States Government at vhe
: atroc:". -' :'-"-;>' took
plao in Rumania
Termin the acts of the Iron
Guard le outrages."
Secretary H Ittted: "I need
hardly tell you this Government
looks witn rror on atrocities of
this sort and that it regards them
as another manifestation of the
unprecedented conditions that
unfortunately now prevail in
', certain European countries. This
JGoverr.m-.nt has brought to the
attention of the Rumanian Gov-
ernment the indignation and
shock with which the news of
these atrocities was received by
this Government."
Brotherhood Greetings
GEOFFREY
ADVERTISING
SERVICE
107 N. E. 2nd Street
PHONE 31615
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
C. A. BURNET
WAREHOUSE AND
TRANSFER CO.. INC.
20 N. E. 11th STREET
PHONE 2-OSGB
Sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
THE HOUSE OF ART
JEWELRY
821 Lincoln Road
PHONE 5-6146
Brotherhood Greetings
L. D. HAYNES
5811 N. W. 2nd Are.
PHONE 7-2359
Brotherhood Greetings
LEFKOVE & MEYERS
109 S. Miami Avenue
PHONE 3-1637
Brotherhood Greetings
NICHOLSON
PAINT CO.
218 Alton Road Ph. 5-1479
Plant at 29th St and N. W.
North River Drire
Brotherhood Greetings
MAGIC CITY BOTTLE
& SUPPLY CO.
& W. CARTER
2049 N. W. 2nd Avenue
MIAMI
Brotherhood Greetings
HUB DRY GOODS
129 N. Miami Are. Ph. 2-4501
Brotherhood Greetings
GULF
SERVICE STATION
Carl Welnrich. Mgr.
2911 Grand Avenue
PHONE 4-9155
GREETINGS
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
MOTORCYCLE CO.
332 West Flegler Street
Brotherhood Greetings
GILBERT
AUTO SALES CO.
"Miami's Best and Cheapest
Used Cars"
1998 N. Miami Ae.
PHONE 3-7930
GREETINGS
CARL F. LAMBERT
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
H. GEORGE FINK
2128 Ponce de Laon Blvd.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
FORD SEPTIC TANK
COMPANY
:9:0 Red Road
PHONE 4-4012
Oppoaitt Blackitone Hotel
TELEPHONE 5-42S*
THE BLACKSTONE VALET
Efficient Service
TAILORING LAUNDRY
Nite Scnwartx. Prop.
514 Eiflnth Street
Miami Beach, Fla.
BRASWELL REALTY CO
REALTORS
C. C. BraaweM. President
PHONES: 2-13717-7SJ4
47*2 N. E. 2nd Avenue
759 N W. Second Street
Miami. Florida
AMERICAN GARAGE &
WELDING WORXS
COMPLETE CAR AND TRUCK
SERVICE
Fender and Body Work & Painting
1717 N. W. 20th Street
Day and Night Phone 3-1017
MIAMI. FLORIDA
Brotherhood Greetings
HOLLOPETER & POST
REALTORS
151 N. E. 3rd St
Ph. 3-7376
GREETINGS
MIAMI TILE 1038 N. E. 2nd Atb. Ph. 2-3326
Brotherhood Greetings
La Gorce Golf Course
5685 Alton Rd. Ph. 6-1361
AMERICAN TERRAZZO
AND THE CO.
CRAFTSMEN IN TERRAZZO
Mil N. W. Miami Court
Miami. Florida
PHONE 25681
L. TOFFOLI
Brotherhood Greeting*
SOUTHERN BRICK &
TILE CO.
PHONE 2-2206
3350 N. W. 27th Avenue
Brotherhood Greetings
MIAMI UNIFORM CO.
37 N. W. 1st Street
PHONE 2-4712
COMPLIMENTS
of
SI KRESS & CO.
5-10-25c Store
Brotherhood Greetings
ACOLITE
NEON SIGN COMPANY
Power Tubing Maintenance
Repairs
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Call 2-5334 117 N. E. 14th St.
Miam:. Florida
Sincere
Brotherhood Greetings
HOTEL
LEAMINGTON
307 N. E. 1st Street
PHcrrn 2-.-.1C5
Brotherhood Greetings
14 K SHOP
Diamond, Antique Jewelry
T. D. DUNN
610 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-6267
32nd Year in Greater Miami
BEACH TIRE CO.
Everything for the Automobile
stuck Somewhere?
PHnvi Tire?
PHONE 53755
Send for Our
"Trouble Shooter"
V,'c\ra11 wr a"d deIlVl'r >our
ear. No extra charge for
i *.rir service.
'I Cor- Fii* St- ad Alton Ro*4
Brotherhood Greetings
SRAEEL 6, IABALY
IMPORTERS
900 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
ANTIQUE
DOME?
910 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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