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The Jewish Floridian ( February 28, 1941 )

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wJewisti Flloiridliai m *% VOLUME 14—No. 9 CO M B IN ,NG The Jewish lUmnty /# MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS OB. E. I. IS Ml SPEAKER NAZIS TO LEVY FINE ON JEWS OF AM STERDAM Geneva (WNS)—A heavy fine will be imposed on Amsterdam's 100,000 Jews for their alleged participation in anti-Nazi demonstrations in which one uniformed Nazi was killed and scores of others injured, it was reliably reported here. The exact amount of the fine will be announced shortly by the Nazi administration in occupied Holland. Following street fighting between Dutch Nazis and antiNazis on Feb. 10, the Nazis charged that the Jews instigated the clashes and threatened severe reprisals. Scores of young In an epoch-making joint sponsorship the Y. M. C. A. joins with the Y. M. H. A. in a Brotherhood program which will be held at the Y. M. H. A. athletic field Monday, March 3. Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, national director of the Conference of Christians and Jews, will be the main speaker addressing the gathering on "National Unity." Dr. Glenn C I Amsterdam Jews have been ar~mn Myen rested following statement: I CYRENAICA JEWS SEEK TO ENTER PALESTINE 1 MEETS MARCH 10 Nazi police officials have ordered the immediate registration of all Jews in Amsterdam. This latest step appeared to confirm previous reports that the Nazis planned to establish a ghetto in Amsterdam for the Jewish population. Orders have already been issued compelling non-Jewish residents cf the old Jewish quarter in the city near Waterloo Square to vacate the district. DR. E. R. CLINCHY James, pastor of White Temple, will give the invocation; Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob synagogue the benediction, and Leo Robinson will be chairman. Dr. Clinchy will describe the activities and efforts of the National Conference fostering better relations between the religious faiths. He is a national figure and known for his excellent oratory. The ministers of the churches of Greater Miami are cooperating with the sponsors in calling the affair to the attention of the public. Youth and Democracy Rally Sponsored By Young Peoples Group, at Scottish Rite Temple Dr. Clinchy will head the list of speakers at a mammoth nonsectarian Youth and Democracy Rally sponsored by the young peoples groups of Dade County at the Scottish Rite Temple, Miami River at N. W. 3rd Street, Thursday evening, March 6. Senator "Josh" Lee of Oklahoma is also scheduled to speak. Among the youth groups sponsoring the event are the Junior B'nai B'rith A. Z. A. Chapters, Epworth League, DeMolay, Hi-Y, Girl Reserves, Masada, Christian Endeavor, Y. M. C. A, Y. M. H. A., Cosmo Business Girls Club, Miami Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a number of sororities and fraternities. The meeting are designed to Promote good will and will try to demonstrate, according to James P] CS s, director of Young People's Work at the Y. M. C. A, that "all youth are the same and that there is no good cause for bigotry or prejudice." Rallies similar to this are being throughout the United DEPORTATION OF JEWS OF AUSTRIA held (CONTINUED ON PAOE 4) Lisbon (WNS)—Adolf Hitler's oft-repeated plan to drive the Jews out of Germany and Austria neared reality when the Nazi administration of Austria ordered the expulsion of all Austrian Jews to Nazi-occupied Poland, it was learned here on the highest authority. The enforced exodus of the already-decimated Austrian Jewish population was launched last week when Nazi Gestapo agents rounded up 10.000 Jews of all ages and brought them to Jewish schools and buildings, prior to transportation in sealed trains to Poland. The first trainload of 1,100 Jews has already departed for Poland, the exact location unknown, but informed sources here said that the Nazis planned to transfer the Jewish population to the "Jewish reservation" in Lublin. According to the present Nazi schedule, five to twelve special, guarded freight trains will leave Austria, packed with Jews, for Poland each month until every Jew has been expelled from Austria. The immediate Nazi objective, it was reported, was to make Vienna completely "Jew-less" by April 20, which is Hitler's birthday. Vienna Jews have been notified by the Crstapo to report on specific dates at special assembly points, prepared to leave the country forever. According to one report, Baldur von Schirach, Nazi provincial governor of Vienna, has assured Nazi party chieftains that (CONTINUKD ON PAO 7) Stanley C. Myers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, has called the first meeting of the survey and planning committee for Monday evening, March 10th. In issuing the call for this meeting to organize the committee and lay the groundwork for future action, Mr. Myers made This committee will be charged with the responsibility and duty of surveying the local welfare, social, and educational service setup in our community, and reporting its recommendations to the executive and budget committee of our Federation. It is planned to hold a series of meetings to which representatives of organizations and members of the general community will be invited to attend and give testimony relating to methods of improving, coordinating and possibly consolidating the available resources of our community to better serve the welfare and social needs of the Jewish residents of Dade county. In addition groups and individuals interested in the creation of new organizations and projects, will be invited to appear and explain their plans, anticipated purposes and scopes. The first of such meetings will be held within a few weeks. Intelligently handled, this committee should be able to complete (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) ZIONIST LEADER WILL BE SPEAKER HERE ON MARCH 4 Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Following close on their release from Fascist domination by the British triumphal entry of their country on Feb. 7, the Jews of Cyranaica are seeking admission to Eretz Israel, according to the Labor daily, Davar. The newspaper emphasized the fact that Cyrenacian Jewry, whose history in that same territory dates back to the Biblical days of 2,300 years ago, constitutes the first Jewish community of current history to emerge from anti-Semitic to democratic rule. Recalling the tribulation which these people have suffered, espe! g ram for Zlonlsts cially under the Fascist domination of North Africa during the | past few years, Davar appealed to the Palestine government to allow them admission into the Jewish National Home. Particular emphasis was laid on the desirability of admitting the Cyrenaican Jewish children and youth. The paper also urged the Yishuv to expend its efforts in this direction. Edmund I. Kauffmann, president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the principal speaker at a mass meeting called by the Greater Miami Zionist District, Tuesday evening, March 4, at the Y. M. H. A. Sidney Segall, president of the district will be chairman. Planning an extensive proall over the NAZIS ORGANIZE WHITE RUSSIANS IN THE BALKANS EDMUND I. KAUFFMANN WILLKIE ASSAILED BY NAZI PRESS AND RADIO Stockholm ( WNS ) — A Nazi high court has decreed that German employers need not give their Jewish employees time off for holidays or pay them for working on legal holidays, according to newspaper reports here. The ruling bars the few Jews still permitted to work in the Reich from any of the benefits received by German workers. Meanwhile, the Nazi press and radio opened a violent campaign against Wendell L. Willkie for his acceptance of the annual award of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States following his return to America from an unofficial inspection trip of England. Mr. Willkie was described as "an errand boy for world Jewry." Declaring that Mr. Willkie received "a Jewish distinctive medal from ex-service men in the United States," the Nazi radio reported that "Willkie's Jewish medal proves once again that the democracy of the Anglo-Saxon world is identical with the aims of World Jewry." The Nazi spokesman cited Mr. Willkie's support of the all-aid to Britain program as evidence that he is 'an errand boy for world Jewry." Budapest (WNS)—Preparatory to its diplomatic and military blitzkreig in the Balkans, Nazi Germany organized groups of anti-Semitic White Russians in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, it was reported here. Formed to further Nazi propaganda in these nations, and ener 8 ies in studying this the White Russian bands, which P rob,em and has *•* hand were responsible for the bloody i"^ ledge 1 o£ con dtfons this proUkraine pogroms of 1919, have United States, Mr. Kauffmann will relate plans of the present administration and tell of the Palestine situation. As he has devoted a great deal of his efforts launched a violent Jew-baiting campaign in Bulgaria and Yugoslavia. The arrival in Sofia of Nazi general staff officers was marked by an increase in anti-Jewish propaganda. Bulgaria, which only a few months ago was relatively free of anti-Semitism, is now flooded with anti-Semitic propaganda of the lowest type. The White Russians have enlisted the support of ex-convicts and other underworld characters in their campaign to weaken the resistance of the Balkan peoples to the Nazi program. The master-minds of the new anti-Semitic campaign are well-known Gestapo agents, operating openly and with little interference by the police of these two countries. That the masses of the Bulgarian people are not in sympathy with the anti-Jewish drive and with the government's decision to collaborate with Germany was evidenced when thousands of Bulgarians, among them many students, demonstrated in protest against the "bloodless' Nazi occupation of their country. Scores of students were arrested. In Yugoslavia, the spread of Nazi-inspired anti-Semitism has mises to be an interesting discourse. Daniel Frisch of Indianapolis, Ind., and a member of the executive committee of the Z. O. A. will also address the gathering. B'NAI B'RITH LODGE IN AN N U A L PARTY Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith will present its annual theatre party at the Gant Gaither theatre Sunday evening, March 2, presenting Dennis King in "Petticoat Fever". The highlight of the Lodge's season's socials, the presentation will be followed by dancing on the stage of the theatre. Reservations are limited and may be obtained by calling the B'nai B'rith office. James Leonard is chairman of the evening. taken a violent turn. Detectives investigating a Croat Fascist plot to blow up the British consulate in Zagreb discovered a Fascist plan to bomb the Jewish community offices in that city and organize pogroms. Meanwhile, the Nazi press in Yugoslavia demanded the installation of "ghetto benches" for all Jews in all public schools. i \':\



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1941 *Jewist HcrkUar PAGE THREE RE-OPEN MONDAY 'ii Norman H. Davis Receives B'nai B'rith Award Tropical Park, "the friendly track," re-opens its gates on Monday afternoon for a 34-day racing stand that will bring to a smashing climax the 1940-41 Miami thoroughbred season. With everything "bigger and better" than ever; with outstanding improvements on hand, led by the electric American Tele-timer, with thousands of flowers and shrubs forming a picturesque backdrop for the racing steeds, the Gables Racing Association eyes the impending meeting with optimism and pleasure. Despite the lateness of the season there will be more than 2000 horses in the Miami sector from which will be drawn the daily programs. An unprecedented demand for stalls at the Spring session has filled the Tropical barns with 1025 thoroughbreds, the overflow remaining at Hialeah l'ark to be vanned for their engagements. The safest track in Tropical Park history—115 days without a lame or broken-down ESKIMOS Dotf Cm! Bui Florida homemakers need dependable year-round refrigeration lor cold dishes, lor preservation ol foods. Electric refrigeration is automatic trouble-free it's always on the job, safely, dependably, economically. SEE YOUR DEALER FLEtlRIUIY IS [HEM 1 Norman H. Davis, Chairman of the American Red Cross, is shown here receiving che 97th annual B'nai B'rith award signifying "honor, duty and achievement." The award was made at the 97th Covenant Breakfast at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in New York. Reading from left to right are Harry B. Epstein, Chairman, B'nai B'rith Award Committee; Henry Monsky, President, Supreme Lodge, B'nai B'rith; Mr. Davis; and CoL A. Ralph Steinberg, Chairman, B'nai B'rith Century Membership Drive. The award to Mr. Davis was made on the basil of hit outstanding service as head of the American Red Cross in extending aid and mercy without regard to race, religion or creed; horse—and a minimum $1,000 purse are the lures which have attracted the best stables to prolong their tropical stay. Many owners are also covetously eyeing the six-stake schedule, ranging all the way from the $2000 added Orange Blossom and Viscaya Stakes to the $10,000 Tropical Handicap to be decided closing day, April 10. Some of the leading stake horses in the country have been named for the Tropical stakes. The sport, as usual, remains in in the best of hands. Once again the veterans Tom Thorp and Sam C. Nuckols will preside over the stewards' pagoda, joined by A. J. Cleary. representing the state of Florida; Robert S. Shelley is racing secretary and G. R. "Buddy" Wingfield will send them away from a Puett starting gate. HOLLEMAN'S GRILL "The Food The Service The PriceIncomparable" Dinners From .... 50c Breakfast Luncheon Dinner 14th Street at Washington MIAMI BEACH R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertilizer Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIOA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone Homeatead 1711 OFFICE: MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-3264 IN PERSON—ON THE STAGE WxdbeA Hampden The Greatest Star of the American Stage in the Comedy Hit "A Successful Calamity MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 4, THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. MARCH 9 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 GantGaither Theatre 1920 Alton Road. Miami Beach TICKET OFFICES: Miami: Burdine's Travel Bureau Coral Gables: Stone's, 206 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Hollywood: Kim bell's Book Shop Miami Beach: Doubleday, Doran, Lincoln Road, Caviar Jack's, 456 41st Street LAST WEEK OF THIS SEASON Upwards of 150 jockeys, the cream of the crop, move over from Hialeah to continue their saddle careers and all that now remains is for the final sprucing up of the gatemen and program sellers and the sound of "Guardsmen Mounting," to call the band of sleek and shiny thoroughbreds along the paddock aisle, barrier bound for Tropical Park's greatest Spring meet, March 3 thru April 10. JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN On Monday. March 3 Junior Hadassah will be hostess to its paid-up members and their escorts at the unit's annual membership affair. Program for the evening will begin with a sit and snack party at the home of Miss Charlotte Groner, 1764 Jefferson Ave.. where the crowd will get together for cocktails. From Miss Groner's home they will go to the Beachcomber where thoy will be entertained by Xavier Cugat and the entire Beachcomber show. Admission is your membership card and if you are not already paid-up you may do so at the affair. Remember the date, March 3; the affair, Junior Hadassah Membership Party; the time, 8:30 p. m.; the place, 1764 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WANTS NO PART OF COMMUNISM William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, today reports that the Workmen's Circle, a Jewish fraternal organization, was not .sympathetic to communism, and declared that from his own personal association with officers and members of the association he knew that the circle was opposed to communism. Mr. Green advised Reuben Guskin and J. Baskin. president and general secretary of the Workmen's Circle, that he had conferred recently with J. Edgar Hoover, F. B. I. chief, and had brought to Mr. Hoover's attention reports of the alleged communistic leanings of the Workmen's Circle. He told the two visitors that he had declared emphatically that he was aware of the circle's opposition to the reports, the F. B. I. was making no investigation of the rumors which had apparently been spread about the fraternal group. GAfTHER THEATER PRESENTS FINAL SHOW OF SEASON The last production of the current season at the Gant Gaither Theatre will be Walter Hampden famous stage star, in the comedy hit, "A Successful Calamity," opening Monday night and presented every evening through Sunday. Hampden, considered the foremost actor of the American Theatre, is famous for his Shakesp.arian roles, but every bit as competent in the lighter type of play. As the foremost actor he is the president of the Players Club, distinguished actors' organization, founded by Edwin Booth. Hampden succeeded the late John Drew as president of the club. Among the plays Hampden has starred in on the New York and London stages are "Hamlet." "The Servant in the House." "Cyrano de Bergerac," "Cardinal Richelieu." and "Merchant of Venice" with Ethel Barrymore. He arrived in town Thursday by plane and will stay until th,' middle of March, enjoying a brief Florida vacation before returning to Hollywood where ho is to make three pictures this summer. GREETINGS C. A. BURNETT WAREHOUSE AND TRANSFER CO., INC. 20 N. E. 11th STREET PHONE 20668 DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL MET AT MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY GREETINGS F. ROMANO HIGH CLASS CUSTOM TAILORING 808 Olympia Building PHONE 3 6406 The Daughters of Israel held their weekly meeting at Miami Beach last Tuesday night with Rabbi Moses Mescheloff presiding. Reports on activities were tendered. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. Brenner and S. Schechter. The next meeting will be held Wednesday night, March 5, at 8 p.m. in the Beth Jacob Talmud Torah building. The Daughters of Israel has as its sole purpose the establishment and maintenance of a modern Mikvah and the striving towards greater observance of the Jewish laws of family purity. KOSHER KILLED Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street H. M. Kagan is on duty every day 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 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 WED. THUR. MAR.5~6th P L A Z Theatre—South End Washington Avenue—Miami Beach No Increase in Admission Pricesl Only Showing in Greater Miami! All Jewish Talking and Singing Musical Comedy Big Comedy Cast WANj TO BE A Includes LEO FUCHS and HANNAH HOLLANDER MOTHER // % % %  I



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1941 'JnvtttiFhrkUarj PAGE FIVE TEMPLE ISRAEL H7 N. E. itth atreat Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6M* Indian Creek Drive —6-126* Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—Hillel. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, February 28, at 8:15 o'clock, in observance of Brotherhood Week, guest speakers in the pulpit will be Rev. R. Wiley Scott, of Miami Beach Community Church, and Rev. Norman C. Zulauf, of Robertson Memorial Church. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A Zwitman. A reception for worshipers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow. Sabbath morning services Saturday morning, March 1, at 11:00 o'clock. Sisterhood Meeting The Sisterhood of Temple Israel invites all of its members, the ladies of the Congregation and their friends to attend the meeting on Monday, March 3, at 2:00 p.m. Abe Aronovitz, president of B'nai B"rith of Miami, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will be the speakers, and a musical program will also be presented, in Kaplan Hall. On the agenda of the business meeting, arc matters of vital importance to the Sisterhood. Mrs. Max Stcuer will preside. Mrs. E. Max Goldstein is program chairman. A Sisterhood board meeting will be held at 10:30 a. m. Red Cross Sewing Group The Temple Israel Sisterhood Red Cross sewing group meets under the leadrship of Mrs. Samul Katz, every Tuesday, in our Temple. Sewing machines and workers are needed for this fine project, and cooperation by ladies of the congregation will be greatly appreciated. Board Meeting Regular meeting of the Temple Israel board of directors will be held this Tuesday, March 4th, at 8 00 p. m., in the board room. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Sophie Feldman, mother of Mrs. Jos. S. Garvett. Yahrzeits: Philip Augustine, father of Dr. Max Augustine and husband of Mrs. Sarah Augustine; Joseph Cohen, father of Mr. Michael A. Cohen; Henry Mihalovits, father of Mrs. Louis Strauss; Donald Williams, son of Mr. Henry A. Williams and Mrs. Helene Williams; Martin Raff, husband of Mrs. Rose Raff, father of Mr. N. Douglas Raff and Mr. Bertram Raff; N. Bernstein, father of Mr. Jack Bernstein. The floral offering this week was presented in memory of Henry Mihalovits by Mrs. Louis Strauss. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (altaoal'a Pioneer Co4-raa;atlen) 1S8 N. W. Third Avenue MAA SMAPIKU, ftaODI 496 S. W. lath Road Office Phone I-147S Home Phono 2-2176 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Service! 5:30 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :30 a.m. Hebrew School, dailjr_ 3:15-8:15 Sunday School 1 0:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays .10:30 a. m. Late Friday Evening Services 8 :15 p.m. "Adar." The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Yehudah Laeb, husband of Mrs. Anna B. Greenberg, Feb. 28th; Necher, mother of Saul Grief, Feb. 28th; Sorah Devorah, mother of Edward Friedman, February 28th; Chaim Zalman, father of Mesdames A. Quadow, J. Fine and B. Hanson, March 4; Yisroel Avrohom. father of H. A. Eisenstcin, March 4th; Scrtze Deena, mother of Sidney H. Palmer, March 9th; Moshe, father of Mrs. Charles Walder, March 10th; Chaya, mother of George Glazer, March 10th; Avrohom, father of Blanche Seligman, March 11th; Pesel, mother of Norman Rossman, March 12th; Hershel, father of Wm. Friedman, March 14th; Shmuel, husband of Frances Berman, March 14th; Fruma, mother of Mrs. Nathan Markowitz, March 15th; Mordechai, father of Mrs. Carl WeinBETH JACOB CONGREGATION Waehlnaton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach rJOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1321 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Phone 40406 2263 S W. 21at Terrace Synagogue Services Shachriss—Three services, at 7 and 8, and at 9:00 a. m. daily; at 7 and 9 Saturdays. Junior congregation at 9:00 a. m. Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 5:45 p.m, Late Friday Evening Services Late Friday evening services will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate. Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the liturgic melodies. In view of the proclamation of the president of the United States declaring this as "Brotherhood Week," the rabbi will discuss the subject, "Brotherhood — Fact or Farce." An oneg-shabbos will follow immediately after the services, and refreshments, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haas, will be served by the Sisterhood. Junior Sabbath Services will be conducted Satjurday morning at 8:30 and the I Junior services at 10:30 o'clock. Immediately after the benediction, a kiddush will be held in the auditorium. Junior Congregation The Junior Congregation will sponsor a Purim celebration Tuesday evening, March 11th at 7:30 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. The film, "The Wandering Jew," with Joseph Schildkraut, will be shown that evening. Tickets arc being sold at twenty-five cents for adults and ten cents for children. The proceeds will go towards the purchasing of necessities of materials for the Junior congregation. Sunday School A playlet was enacted by the children of Miss Damenstein's class last Sunday during the assembly. Hebrew School We cannot stress sufficiently that the lack of interest on the part of parents towards Hebrew instructions for their children makes them guilty of a great transgression with regard to the Jewish upbuilding of their offspring. Classes are held daily and we advise parents to bring their children regularly. Greater Miami Zionist Meeting The community of Greater Miami will have the opportunity to meet and hear the president of the Zionist Organization of America. Edmund I. Kauffmann, this Tuesday evening, March 4th at the Young Men's Hebrew Association. This meeting is held under the auspices of the Zionist District of Greater Miami. We urge the members and friends of our congregation to be present. We extend our "Boruch-Habau" to our distinguished guest. Yahraeiten The following "Yahrzeiten" whose names are inscribed in the "Memorial Book of Life" will be observed during this month of Maariv, daily at 6:30 p. m.; Satkle. March 15th; Yisroel Moshe, S urday at 6:45 p. m. father of Charles Rosengarten, Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at March ICth; Yisroel. husband of 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will Lee Alpert. March 16th; Mordepreach on the "Portion of the chai, father of Wolf Blutstein, March 19th; Mordechai, son of Mrs. David Mayers. March 21st; Chaim, father of Mrs. Hoffman, March 23rd: Lieba. daughter of Kate Marks, March 24th; Eliah. husband of Rebecca Lazarus. March 25th; Sorah, in memory of Sarah Afremow. March 28th: Chave, mother of Francis BerWeek." Last week's guest speaker was Rabbi S. A. Pardes of Chicago. Friday Night Lecture "God's House'' will be the subject of the lecture this Friday night by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Doors open at 8:00 p. m. Service begins man, March 29th. I at 8:30 p. m. Come early to BeCard, Bingo and Mah Jongg Party curt SL als Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor its card, bingo and mah jongg party Monday evening at 8 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. We regret that through some oversight on dates, we could not hold our card party last Monday evening as scheduled, but we ask all members and friends to be present this week, and the committee assures all those who attend a pleasant evening. Purim Activities Mrs. Frances Horn, chairman of the Purim festival, wishes to announce that the Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor a real traditional Purim, and ask all members to keep Thursday evening, March 13th in mind. An interesting program plus cards, and bingo will comprise some of the evening's program. Reservations can be made by calling the office. Nochum Avaelim May the Almighty assuage the pain of Mr. Nathan Bader and daughter Rosalyn, at the death of their beloved wife and mother. May her soul most deservingly be bound up in the bond of eternal peace. 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 Fime Custom Tailoring 1140 Lincekn Road PHONE 5-3812 For Prompt and Caurteoua Service MOUSLEY Service Station 312 Collins AT*. Miami Beack PHONE 5-94B7 Your Satisfaction — Our Pleasure Radio Hour The Jewish Hour will be presented this Sunday at 4:30 p. m. over Radio Station WIOD by Rabbi Mescheloff. His subject will be "New Patriots." We hope you will listen in. Sisterhood Meeting A very important meeting of the board of directors of the Sisterhood was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. Kreiger. The regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood will be held in our synagogue Monday night, March 3, at 8:00 p. m. A very interesting program has been arranged. Mrs. Dale James will speak. A motion picture will be exhibited. Cantor Maurice Mamches will sing. Refreshments will be served. Beach Habonoth Our Habonoth is planning a Purim party to be held Wednesday night. March 13th at the home of one of our members. Habonoth uniforms for all girls have been purchased and distributed. The girls are working on a project to earn a scholarship for the Hebrew Teachers' College for Girls sponsored by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations. Congregational Ball Our annual synagogue Purim ball will be held this year at the Floridian Hotel on Sunday, March 16th, at 9:00 p. m. Tickets are now on sale at the synagogue. As usual a two hour program of entertainment will be presented in addition to dancing. Religious School The entire school was examined last week in accordance with our policy of general 10-week examinations. Rabbi Mescheloff has expressed great satisfaction with the work covered. Children may be registered between the hours of 3 and 7 each week day. The school is based on a five year curriculum. The following took part in the assembly program Sunday morning: Isa be lie Gerstein, Louise Raphael, Morton Rosenbaum, MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbl'e Reeldeneo: 1123 S. W. 14th Terrate Phono 3-5192 5*0 S. w. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1546 8. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a.m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv 6:00 p. m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 a. m. Ladies Auxiliary The officers of the Ladies Auxiliary take this means of expressing their sincere gratitude to those many loyal friends who helped the success of our Purim ball by their attendance and sale of tickets. In these days when the completion of our new synagogue building and the expansion of our Talmud Torah demands more sacrifices than ever we are happy that we have so many true friends who are ever ready to do their share towards the realization of our goals. To the loyal members of the various committees, to those who labored diligently and to the organizations who helped the success of .the evening by sending their representatives as well as to all those who came, we say "Thank you and may the Lord bless you." Miss Bear Chosen Miss Molly Bear, 1717 S. W. 9th St., who represented Pioneer Women's Organization at the Queen Esther contest, was chosen Queen Esther for the year 1941. We are happy to congratulate her and wish her joy in her reign as Queen Esther for the coming year. Mrs. I. Silver was awarded the ladies gold watch, Mrs. George Chertkoff was general chairman. Ladies Meeting The next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held on Tuesday afternoon. March 4 at 2:30 in the new synagogue. Mrs. George Chertkoff will preside and a report will be rendered of our Purim ball. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Marshall Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein of 1795 S. W. 12th St., will be held in our synagogue this coming Sabbath morning. The rabbi and the officers of the congregation take this means of extending sincere congratulations to the happy parents and boy. Congregational Meeting A general meeting of the congregation will be held at the Talmud Torah Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. Roselle Seigel, Teddy Cohen, and Pearl Cohen. Prizes were awarded to children who had raised over five dollars for the J. N. F. Rabbi C. H. Epstein, renowned azherober rebbe, will be honored at the melavah malkah to be held at the Beth Jacob Congregation this Saturday night at 8 o'clock. M. J. Andron will be chairman. Rabbi Epstein is the author of a famous ethical work, "Shema Shlomo." Refreshments will be served. i] i <



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Saturdaj M i 22 and all day Sunday Mai 23. our B=zsar and F< will be held Over 300 pe pl< taxed th acity I the V last S in iay at -. tender. ; -:f this ~• A s L i ir: •.::.: real M M rs am f steresa • N :•..: tc _: Member %  haft :-' •%  — • — %  H v.ung Mart* %  %  ":" m -.:< ?^ FliTtfi TEIS Suridar Duck T v :•: :-: A %  red : ;• • ondet -r '-' %  ~=-~ :-, % %  Apte will come tt a c:n, t S mday at : at the Miami Recreats A. Ml S Miami A. The A ati captained bj A. Berkowra and hs team ~ ati : %  Aptt Prank Ro* Mick ; Lube! and Bansac Wail • the Strrken by cap tair S : and .-. %  • L r.ard A | %  B tl ami end the regular playir g seasoi 28 .-.: and U "." • and yous NOTED AUTHOR OF PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS HERE Kir a H Adlerblum. author phy" and Ai • n %  %  %  %  • Gem %  •:• %  wd oefoi thpresent cn• • ngaed American -. .in terpr ting the spirit •:-. as lived by our %  .. % % %  %  Sh< inter. I I „( interfaith ving that it will progress and I -_th< r. f vernor Al. I s< v rk wn • in iccessful efforts etter anderstandreligions .. ••.: iti :..on the dominant ad Dr Ad: ence with %  %  • Mil isten of Germany Italy and Russia. NEED SIX WEffi 10 EXPEL JEWS Tht %  • :. %  -. ding for Su Team w L A..ycats 5tr ken "3 ".' V? %  9Q r "• rs __ Buck :.;• • s '.'I Th. I iyj ;•! .. --• i iiraa%  %  :: :' : : %  -. 1 s ." %  : %  .-..-. 102 Murraj 102 .-: ?,•-•inn Washington (WNS)— Diplomatic circles in the nation's capita! reported that Nazi Germany would expel all Jews from Germany and Austria, with the exception of several thousand young Jews serving in labor gangs, within the next six weeks. iThe report differed from cabin coming from abroad only with | regard to the time limit These same sources stated that Germany has dumped the greater part of its former Jewish pop'uiation of 550.000 into Naz:-PV;. and and in un-occupied France. Thousands of Jews left volun'.arily before the war. It was reported that the Vichy government in un occupied France, which recently appealed to the United States to aid in the resettlement of refugees in the Western Hamisphere. was n vated by the fact that is can no r cope with the refugee probli m Germany has been transferring German Jews to un-occupied France in such large numbers that the situation there was described as hopeless. France, it was said, can hardly feed its own population, let alone the new starving and penniless arrivals, The French government has tried to return the German Jews ti Gt rmany but the Nazis have .-• d to accept them. Mean. the German Jews have tent to French concentration camps where they subsist on terribly inadequate food rations. I : tici essioiu &rery 7'.-r=iay s Ring Uu n I n for the %  Thui iaj nigl t leagu tarted probably th. "v r pan : March A: ; • "• n su 1 in pai ting in this I imai • pleas. : %  ••• nd the practi ns ai the Miami ':: %  real Mlej TELEPHONE 4-4240 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. 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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1941 vJewlsti fhrkHan PAGE SEVEN 7 he ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH This column, a regular feature. %  linut to familiarize the Jewish public with vnrioim phases of the problems which concern API.. As part of its %  arvlce readers are Invited to address 'uuestlons on current Jewish problems to the writer at 617 Seybold Building. Miami. Replies will be made either In thli column or in direct correapondance Often Individuals hear loose ,-barge* made nl>out the Jewish group .,.• have non-Jewish friends who harbor misconceptions which they connoi larlfy because of Inadequate Information, 'inquiries of this kind are eapec, Ulv welcome. The name of the ques. tloner will be heUl In the strictest confidence if he so desires. Fireside Discussion Series In co-operation with the Y. M. H. A., the Anti-Defamation League soon will present a fireside discussion series, entitled, •Facts and Fancies." Enrollment in this series, which is being offered as a free service to the community, will be limited to young people between the ages of sixteen and twenty-five. More details about this project will appear in the next issue of The, Floridian. Brotherhood Observances Together with 2,200 other communities throughout the United States, people of Miami, under the leadership of the Miami Round Table, are planning Brotherhood programs for the coming month. Dr. Everett R. Clinchy, director of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, will speak to audiences of all faiths (>n ihe necessity of cooperation between religious groups. With the theme of 'National Unity." the National Conference is endeavoring to bring home to all Americans the need for spiritual unity as the weapon for the defense 'if Democracy. Locally. Brotherhood observance began with a radio broadcast ever WQAM on Washington's Birthday. The program, given under the sponsorship of the Miami Round Table, featured a discussion by Bette Davis, Pat O'Brien and David O. Selznick on the work of the National Conference. Miss Davis read President Roosevelt's message proclaiming Brotherhood Month. Sunday afternoon, March 2, Dr. Clinchy will meet the general committee of the Round Table at a reception in the home of Benjamin E. Bronston, Jewish cochairman of the Round Table. Sunday night, Dr. Clinchy will speak before the Gesu Forum, where he will be introduced by Andrew T. Healy, Catholic cochairman. "National Unity and Defense" will be the topic of Dr. Clinchy's address before the Brotherhood rally held under the joint auspices of the Y. M. C. A. and the Y. M. H. A. on the grounds of the Y. M. H. A. Monday night. Dr. Glen James, pastor of the White Temple, will deliver the invocation. Leo Robinson will be chairman Dr. Ciinchy will meet with the Committee of 100 Tuesday evening. Wednesday evening Dr. Clinchy will address the Miami Community Forum. A legislative committee has been organized for the purpose of studying existing legislation bearing upon the general problem with which the Anti-Defamation League is concerned. This committee, of which Albert, Bernstein, prominent attorney, is chairman, includes Sidney Segall, Burnett Roth and Ely Katz. Conference of Organizations Over fifty representatives of OF JEWS OF AUSTRIA (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) APTE ELECTED CHAIRMAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ADL Day J. Apte unanimously was elected provisional chairmanfor the executive committee of the Florida regional office of the Anti-Defamation League, at its first meeting held last Monday evening in the headquarters of the League, 617 Seybold Bldg. there wouldn't be a single Jew left in the former Austrian capital by the fuehrer's birthday. Jews ordered to leave the country were permitted to take with them 200 pounds of personal baggage and a small amount of money, after it was exchanged into Polish zlotys. The deportation resulted in the enforced separation of hundreds of Jewish families. The homes of Jews who left on the first transport were later visited by Gestapo agents who carried off the furnishings in trucks. The doors were locked and sealed. Jewish organizations in Berlin and Vienna, it was learned, filed a protest with the Nazi government against the deportations. Both Catholic and Protestant churches were also expected to protest the expulsions since many baptized Jews were among those ordered to leave. Meanwhile, Dr. Joseph Loewenherz, head of the Vienna Jewish community, who had been working desperately since the Nazi anschluss of Austria to make arrangements for the emigration of Vienna's 40,000 Jews, has been taken to a hospital suffering from a nervous breakdown. At the same time, reports from occupied-Luxemburg stated that the Nazis are carrying out similar deportations of Jews there. Jews were crammed into sealed trains and moved into un-occupied France, aggravating an already acute refugee problem. The deportation of Jews from Luxemburg was expected to be completed by the end of March. GREAT INCREASE IN RECLININGSEAT COACH SERVICE To Washington, New York, the East on the Famous, Streamlined Coach Train SILVER METEOR EHtctiv, beginning fb. 20. The only streamlined coach train in daily service from both coasts of Florida to New York and the east. Fast, smoothriding Diesel-electric locomotives. Comfortable seats (must be reserved in advance). Dining car-low-priced meals. Tavern car, lounge-observation car. Radio. Air conditioned. Train passenger agents. Stewardess-nurses. Car attendants. IV. MIAMI 10:00 A.M. DAILY Two other Seaboard trains with modern, reclining-seat coaches leave Miami daily for New York and the east. Very low rail fares. Cenuilt Ticket Agent er T. W. luck.il. A.O.P.A., 173 I Hogler St., Miami. Tel.: J-3l Go Modern-Go SEABOARD DAY J. APTE Apte's election came as a recognition of his many years of service to the Jewish community and his special interest in civicprotective problems. Other members of the executive committee are Albert E. Berkeley. Sam Blank. Benjamin E. Bronston, Stanley C. Meyers, Burnett Roth. Harry Simonhoff, Elry Stone, Arthur A. Ungar, Mitchell Wolfson, Isaac Levin (ex officio), Fred K. Shochet (ex officio), and William I. Boxerman, (ex officio). NURSERY STAKE IS JIT WEST FURII The annual West Flagler Kennel club $1,000 Nursery Stake is now in progress at the West Flagler Kennel club with some of America's finest sired pups competing. Today this event is looked upon in much the same manner as some of the big horse racing stakes. It is one of the biggest things in greyhound racing yet devised and the owners of the West Flagler track. Jacob Sher and Williami L. Huntley are receiving considerable credit for instituting what is now a real classic in the sport. Forty-eight canine youngsters are competing in the classic this year. Among the more outstanding puppies seeking the crown are: Calling, My Mom. Stone. Stone Trouble and Ail-American. The Nursery Stake is one of three stake races staged at West Flagler Kennel club. Following the running of the Nursery classic, the annual Futurity Stake will open, while following that event will come the rich West Flagler Derby, a race which will bring to a close the 1941 racing season in Miami. Miami Jewish organizations were present at the conference held last Wednesday evening at the Seybold building under the auspices of the Anti-Defamation League. The purpose of the meeting was to outline the aims of the regional office and the means of active participation by every Jewish group in the community. D. J. Apte, provisional chairman, presided, and gave a summary of the background leading to the establishment of the office. He touched also upon some of the problems with which the office will be dealing. Following this, a more detailed analysis was presented of the national program of the Anti-Defamation League and its relation to the problem existing in the Florida area with emphasis on the need for cooperation of all the Jewish organizations. To illustrate the nature of the problem a reproduction was played of a recent address by one of the leading subversive agents in the country. At the conclusion of the conference the officers were requested to discuss the program at their meetings and appoint a permanent representative and alternate who will serve on the advisory council of the ADL. The office of the Anti-Defamation League is located at 617 Seybold Building, Miami, phone 3-6306. All Florida communities are invited to avail themselves of the services offered by the organization and to consult on matters of an anti-defamatory nature. SIGHTSEEING GREATER MIAMI TOUR $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 4 Hours 5 Stops 50 Miles COVERS—Miami. Miami Beach. Hialeah. Miami Springs. Coral Gables. Coconut Grove, Airports and Indian Village. SEE THE GIANT CLIPPER SHIPS COME IN. LEAVE—Miami. 9:45 a. m. and 1:45 p m.. 5th and Biscayne Blvd., at the Aquarium. LEAVE—Miami Beach. 10 a. m., and 2 Pm. at the Chamber of Commerce. 5th and Alton Road. For RESERVATIONS Phone 30837 or Your Hotel Bell Captain Florida Transportation Co. RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone having articles of clothing, furniture, etc. that are not being used or needed, please cooperate with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau, and send these articles to the RUMMAOH STORE maintained by them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 167 N. W. 5th St. Please Phone Mn. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135 Mr*. Morris Dubler, 5-3517 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5 4269 Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377 Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2.1864 and they will be called for CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived JorJthe bene are req possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which conducts th7bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. 11HTII JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL open every week in the year ami Sundav Sessions begin Sunday morning, October 20. 1940. ending Sunday morning. May 2,th. IH1. EVERT MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. H. A. bowling games. SECOND MONDAY every month, regular meeting of Senior llailnssah. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY of each month, regular meeting of I.adieg Auxiliary Jewish War \ eterans and also Freda Markowltz FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division. American Jewish Congress FOl'RTH MONDAY every month, hoard meeting. Senior Hailasxah. EVERY TUESDAY MORNING—Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m. at Center. Euclid Ave. and 14th Place. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting: of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rltb. MARCH 4—Zionist Meeting, Y.M.H.A. 5—Miami Community Forum, Temple Israel. 5—Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A. 5—Party at Harriette Court Apts., benefit Nat. Children's Cardiac Home. 6—A. Z. A. Youth & Democracy Rally, Scottish Rite Temple 12—Y. W. H. A. board meeting. 15—Beth David Sisterhood Puxim Party. 17—Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare FOURTH TUESDAY of every month. regular meeting <>f National Home •for Jewish Children. Denver. EVERT TUESDAY KVENING — T. W. H. A. Athletics at Y Ciubrooms. EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kapvnn Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section Legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross at Y Ciubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENINOB'nal B'rlth bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:20 p. m. EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY evenings. 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A. Basketball ami Dance .__, EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham WOKBOBS home. 1069 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 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 23—Cantor Mamches concert, Beth Jacob Congregation. 26—Y. W. H. A. general meeting, S rogram. L 2—National Children's Cardiac Home. I I : H



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PAGE EIGHT 9-Jewlstncrkflar FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1941 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By Milton A. Friedman 200 YOUTH AND DEMOCRACY RALLIES TO HEAR BROADCAST BY HOOVER JAMES LEONARD Guest Columnist Let's see now! Dictionary thesauraus .paper, plenty of that and of course the all important waste basket. All here and close to hand before I take the mighty plunge! Our widely travelled conductor of this column is off again, this time to Tampa to address the A. Z. A. banquet there, and has asked yours truly to pinch hit for him. And so, well armed for the fray, and with no warranties expressed or implied, here goes. But of course! My job's simple! There's really only one important news item this week. Mustn't forget it. must I? For all late comers, and for those sleepy eared individuals who haven't pricked up their attention to the busy hum of Miami small talk, we will make one last formal statement of the bald facts. B'nai B'rith annual theatre party! Gant Gaither Theatre! Sunday evening. March 2, at 8:45 o'clock! Dennis King in "Petticoat Fever!" Dancing and refreshments! Nuff sed? Really, though, as the individual responsible for this affair, I personally can and will promise you everything in the way of grand entertainment. And my promise will be fulfilled many score. All of you who were fortunate enough to attend last year's theatre party will recall with pleasure that it was the high spot of the year's social activity, and we cant help but top that this time without even half trying. For we have Dennis; Dennis, the inimitable. He who's SUICTL! Tidbit* from Everywhere b T PHINEAS J. BIROH (Left) J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who has made a special recording of a speech on "Youth and Democracy" which will be heard at 200 youth and democracy rallies to be held throughout the country beginning February 23rd and continuing through Brotherhood Week. (Right)—Irving Levitas, national cultural director of Aliph Zadik Aleph. B nai B nth youth organization; Julius Bisno, executive director, and Ben Barkin. assistant executive director, putting the final touches on plans for the rallies to be attended by over 150.000 young people of all races and creeds affiliated with 30 youth-serving agencies having a combined membership in excess of 3,000,000. Miami's Youth and Democracy rally will be held March 6. at the Scottish Rite Temple. "The Student Prince." He who's only safe for the married brethren if they supply their wives with blinders (free on request). He of the grand voice, the matinee idol face, and the divine touch for light comedy. What could be a more redoubtable combination! And in this play he does a real crackerjack job. I'll personally vouch for it, for I saw him in the original Broadway version. And what a show it is! A laugh in every sense, packed with funny situations, and cleverly acted and directed so as to insure us that you will laugh, first gently and inwardly, then gradually increasing in intensity until you leave the theatre by rolling out the aisles rather than walking! It is that kind of light drawing room comedy that's better than a stag smoker, more stimulating than Minsky's, and more enjoyable than a date with Lana Turner. If you haven't Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best • It Costs No Mor* OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS DHICICUI Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meata 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago 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 MM FEDERAL w mV MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $5,600,100 J. M. LTPTON. President seen it, don't miss; if you have seen it you'll want to again, and if you don't want to, there's something wrong with you! All in all if you want to spend one evening at least when you will be sure to forget the rotten season, see this show. It's a must! But we haven't stopped there. In order to Insure an evening chock full of mirth, merriment, and fun, we have engaged for your dancing pleasure a grand orchestra who will play from the end of the show until the wee small hours, while you dance on the stage, and then we have provided plenty of food and drink to appease that midnight appetite. In short, it promises to be an evening long to be rememdered. Put it on your calendar. But. don't forget! There are only 370 seats in the theatre, and there are over 1000 brethren not counting wives, sweethearts, drags, et al. so you'd better be sure of getting those tickets pronto! All that's necessary is to phone Miss Roth in the B'nai B'rith office, 3-0751, and she'll see that you get them. Price, complete, is $2.00. Formal preferred. FLASH! Last minute item! A silver loving cup to the first gal to snag Dennis for a dance! A never to be repeated opportunity. A. Z. A. NEWS On Sunday night, February 23 Miami Chapter had a smoker at the home of Merton Simon. 35 boys were present including visiting members from other communities. Moving pictures were shown and refreshments served. The Miami Chapter is forming a girls' auxiliary. bridge or some other game of cards. Most of us have a table of something in our homes once a week. Why not on March 5th have one or more tables and tax each guest some amount and turn that money over to us to send to England. Win some small child's eternal blessing—give him a place to sleep, a coat to wear and food to eat. Have a table and build a roof. were now HAVANA From KEY WEST DAYLIGHT mr 4-DAY £, All Exptntt Toir 37 5 -^ 2' 2 DAYS, 2 NIGHTS IN HAVANA ASK FOR DBSCaUPTIVB ROOKI 11 Darllaht trip avef the Vry% te Kej Weal and SB. Coha to Marina. Haiti, all mral, and nlahtirfina. VIA MIAMI 11. n.i JI I II. Plant $37.50 $46.00 Mitchell's TOURS SINCE 1911 Miami Ofrir* M4 E. Flarlir St. Pa. J-Mej (II lilllini %  << Miami Brath Offlea ISM Pimtylvinla Avt. (al Lincoln Rd.) with I'n.i.l Ttlttrapk (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) probably the youngest and most handsome of film producers, who used to be active in Latin America, and then in Paris, is back in the U. S. now, and waiting for one of Uncle Sam's uniforms to be issued to him ... If you want to see a portrayal of David Belasco that is so exactly like the original that it is positively uncanny, be sure you see "The Lady With the Red Hair," in which Claude Rains plays the part of the priest-collared producer. Did you know that movie actress Binnie Barnes was once married to Samuel Joseph, the London art dealer? And that song-writer Harold J. Rome originally started out to be an architect? ... No doubt that's why his songs are so wellconstructed Planning to invade Broadway as a producer is Donald Flamm, former owner of radio station WMCA And Danton Walker, wintering in sub-tropical regions, reports that Havana has a restaurant named Moishe Pipik. \\l)SI\ ISLE JnditmVUkp SOUVENIRS-GIFTS N. W. liih AT*, el leth 81. lirl.. i-in w. Flaclrr te, N. W. t:ih Ax., Ura Nana U 11th 81. Open S A. M. to 6 P. M. DNE0FFLDRI0AS Outstanding tittun thm BEFORE YOU BUY—SEE LEON ELKIN Represents Largest and Lowest Nat Coat LIFE INSURANCE CO. IF YOU DON'T—WE BOTH LOSE MONEY CALL 5-1317 YOUR HELP NEEDED Mothers, sisters or future mothYOUR HELp nd giris WE NEED There are five hundred small •hildrcn without a place to sleep, without food or clothes. Hungry, cold, sleepy little tots looking to you for aid. These youngsters from all over 72ES? ? ve '2 st their P laccs of refuge, their homes in London have been bombed by German "destroyers." These little !" C s %  ire too young to obtain British Refugee Relief, therefore they must look elsewhere for help T 7 h A Bna B rith Au "iliaries in lVr?. 0n A.' e SJ the Miami B'nai .n l "" hary a lpttpr king fants wf !T 0ne y for these infants We know it s here—at %  SIT 0 ?.* the year there s one appeal after another. We are not requesting anyone to buy a idea. Most Jewish women in this town play mah jong^ 0 Post Time 8:15 STEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND m KEnnEL ClUB mliti. at 'iiLk (Wi!


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VOLUME 14No. 9
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
OB. E. I.
IS Ml SPEAKER
NAZIS TO LEVY FINE ON
JEWS OF AMSTERDAM
Geneva (WNS)A heavy fine
will be imposed on Amsterdam's
100,000 Jews for their alleged
participation in anti-Nazi dem-
onstrations in which one uni-
formed Nazi was killed and
scores of others injured, it was
reliably reported here. The ex-
act amount of the fine will be an-
nounced shortly by the Nazi ad-
ministration in occupied Holland.
Following street fighting be-
tween Dutch Nazis and anti-
Nazis on Feb. 10, the Nazis
charged that the Jews instigated
the clashes and threatened se-
vere reprisals. Scores of young
In an epoch-making joint spon-
sorship the Y. M. C. A. joins with
the Y. M. H. A. in a Brotherhood
program which will be held at
the Y. M. H. A. athletic field
Monday, March 3. Dr. Everett
R. Clinchy, national director of
the Conference of Christians and
Jews, will be the main speaker
addressing the gathering on "Na-
tional Unity." Dr. Glenn C I Amsterdam Jews have been ar~- mn Myen
' rested following statement:
I
CYRENAICA JEWS SEEK
TO ENTER PALESTINE
1
MEETS MARCH 10
Nazi police officials have or-
dered the immediate registration
of all Jews in Amsterdam. This
latest step appeared to confirm
previous reports that the Nazis
planned to establish a ghetto in
Amsterdam for the Jewish popu-
lation. Orders have already been
issued compelling non-Jewish
residents cf the old Jewish quar-
ter in the city near Waterloo
Square to vacate the district.
DR. E. R. CLINCHY
James, pastor of White Temple,
will give the invocation; Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob
synagogue the benediction, and
Leo Robinson will be chairman.
Dr. Clinchy will describe the ac-
tivities and efforts of the Na-
tional Conference fostering bet-
ter relations between the relig-
ious faiths. He is a national
figure and known for his excel-
lent oratory.
The ministers of the churches
of Greater Miami are cooperating
with the sponsors in calling the
affair to the attention of the
public.
Youth and Democracy Rally
Sponsored By Young Peoples
Group, at Scottish Rite Temple
Dr. Clinchy will head the list
of speakers at a mammoth non-
sectarian Youth and Democracy
Rally sponsored by the young
peoples groups of Dade County
at the Scottish Rite Temple, Mi-
ami River at N. W. 3rd Street,
Thursday evening, March 6. Sen-
ator "Josh" Lee of Oklahoma is
also scheduled to speak.
Among the youth groups spon-
soring the event are the Junior
B'nai B'rith A. Z. A. Chapters,
Epworth League, DeMolay, Hi-Y,
Girl Reserves, Masada, Christian
Endeavor, Y. M. C. A, Y. M. H.
A., Cosmo Business Girls Club,
Miami Beach Junior Chamber of
Commerce, and a number of so-
rorities and fraternities.
The meeting are designed to
Promote good will and will try
to demonstrate, according to
James P]CSs, director of Young
People's Work at the Y. M. C. A,
that "all youth are the same and
that there is no good cause for
bigotry or prejudice."
Rallies similar to this are being
throughout the United
DEPORTATION OF
JEWS OF AUSTRIA
held
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 4)
Lisbon (WNS)Adolf Hitler's
oft-repeated plan to drive the
Jews out of Germany and Aus-
tria neared reality when the Nazi
administration of Austria ordered
the expulsion of all Austrian
Jews to Nazi-occupied Poland, it
was learned here on the highest
authority.
The enforced exodus of the al-
ready-decimated Austrian Jew-
ish population was launched last
week when Nazi Gestapo agents
rounded up 10.000 Jews of all
ages and brought them to Jew-
ish schools and buildings, prior
to transportation in sealed trains
to Poland.
The first trainload of 1,100
Jews has already departed for
Poland, the exact location un-
known, but informed sources
here said that the Nazis planned
to transfer the Jewish popula-
tion to the "Jewish reservation"
in Lublin. According to the pres-
ent Nazi schedule, five to twelve
special, guarded freight trains
will leave Austria, packed with
Jews, for Poland each month un-
til every Jew has been expelled
from Austria.
The immediate Nazi objective,
it was reported, was to make Vi-
enna completely "Jew-less" by
April 20, which is Hitler's birth-
day. Vienna Jews have been no-
tified by the Crstapo to report
on specific dates at special as-
sembly points, prepared to leave
the country forever.
According to one report, Bal-
dur von Schirach, Nazi provin-
cial governor of Vienna, has as-
sured Nazi party chieftains that
(CONTINUKD ON PAO 7)
Stanley C. Myers, president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, has called the first meet-
ing of the survey and planning
committee for Monday evening,
March 10th.
In issuing the call for this
meeting to organize the commit-
tee and lay the groundwork for
future action, Mr. Myers made
This
committee will be charged with
the responsibility and duty of
surveying the local welfare, so-
cial, and educational service set-
up in our community, and re-
porting its recommendations to
the executive and budget com-
mittee of our Federation.
It is planned to hold a series
of meetings to which representa-
tives of organizations and mem-
bers of the general community
will be invited to attend and
give testimony relating to meth-
ods of improving, coordinating
and possibly consolidating the
available resources of our com-
munity to better serve the wel-
fare and social needs of the Jew-
ish residents of Dade county. In
addition groups and individuals
interested in the creation of new
organizations and projects, will
be invited to appear and explain
their plans, anticipated purposes
and scopes. The first of such
meetings will be held within a
few weeks.
Intelligently handled, this com-
mittee should be able to complete
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
ZIONIST LEADER
WILL BE SPEAKER
HERE ON MARCH 4
Tel Aviv (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Following close on their
release from Fascist domination
by the British triumphal entry
of their country on Feb. 7, the
Jews of Cyranaica are seeking
admission to Eretz Israel, ac-
cording to the Labor daily,
Davar.
The newspaper emphasized the
fact that Cyrenacian Jewry,
whose history in that same terri-
tory dates back to the Biblical
days of 2,300 years ago, consti-
tutes the first Jewish community
of current history to emerge from
anti-Semitic to democratic rule.
Recalling the tribulation which ,
these people have suffered, espe- !gram for Zlonlsts
cially under the Fascist domina-
tion of North Africa during the |
past few years, Davar appealed
to the Palestine government to
allow them admission into the
Jewish National Home. Particu-
lar emphasis was laid on the de-
sirability of admitting the Cyre-
naican Jewish children and
youth. The paper also urged the
Yishuv to expend its efforts in
this direction.
Edmund I. Kauffmann, presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America, will be the principal
speaker at a mass meeting called
by the Greater Miami Zionist
District, Tuesday evening, March
4, at the Y. M. H. A. Sidney
Segall, president of the district
will be chairman.
Planning an extensive pro-
all over the
NAZIS ORGANIZE
WHITE RUSSIANS
IN THE BALKANS
EDMUND I. KAUFFMANN
WILLKIE ASSAILED BY
NAZI PRESS AND RADIO
Stockholm ( WNS ) A Nazi
high court has decreed that Ger-
man employers need not give
their Jewish employees time off
for holidays or pay them for
working on legal holidays, ac-
cording to newspaper reports
here. The ruling bars the few
Jews still permitted to work in
the Reich from any of the bene-
fits received by German workers.
Meanwhile, the Nazi press and
radio opened a violent campaign
against Wendell L. Willkie for
his acceptance of the annual
award of the Jewish War Veter-
ans of the United States follow-
ing his return to America from
an unofficial inspection trip of
England. Mr. Willkie was de-
scribed as "an errand boy for
world Jewry."
Declaring that Mr. Willkie re-
ceived "a Jewish distinctive med-
al from ex-service men in the
United States," the Nazi radio
reported that "Willkie's Jewish
medal proves once again that the
democracy of the Anglo-Saxon
world is identical with the aims
of World Jewry." The Nazi
spokesman cited Mr. Willkie's
support of the all-aid to Britain
program as evidence that he is
'an errand boy for world Jewry."
Budapest (WNS)Preparatory
to its diplomatic and military
blitzkreig in the Balkans, Nazi
Germany organized groups of an-
ti-Semitic White Russians in Bul-
garia and Yugoslavia, it was re-
ported here. Formed to further
Nazi propaganda in these nations, and ener8ies in studying this
the White Russian bands, which Prob,em and has ** hand
were responsible for the bloody i"^ledge1.o condtfons this pro-
Ukraine pogroms of 1919, have
United States, Mr. Kauffmann
will relate plans of the present
administration and tell of the
Palestine situation. As he has
devoted a great deal of his efforts
launched a violent Jew-baiting
campaign in Bulgaria and Yugo-
slavia.
The arrival in Sofia of Nazi
general staff officers was marked
by an increase in anti-Jewish
propaganda. Bulgaria, which
only a few months ago was rela-
tively free of anti-Semitism, is
now flooded with anti-Semitic
propaganda of the lowest type.
The White Russians have en-
listed the support of ex-convicts
and other underworld characters
in their campaign to weaken the
resistance of the Balkan peoples
to the Nazi program. The mas-
ter-minds of the new anti-Semi-
tic campaign are well-known
Gestapo agents, operating openly
and with little interference by
the police of these two countries.
That the masses of the Bul-
garian people are not in sympa-
thy with the anti-Jewish drive
and with the government's decis-
ion to collaborate with Germany
was evidenced when thousands
of Bulgarians, among them many
students, demonstrated in pro-
test against the "bloodless' Nazi
occupation of their country.
Scores of students were arrested.
In Yugoslavia, the spread of
Nazi-inspired anti-Semitism has
mises to be an interesting dis-
course.
Daniel Frisch of Indianapolis,
Ind., and a member of the exec-
utive committee of the Z. O. A.
will also address the gathering.
B'NAI B'RITH LODGE
IN ANNUAL PARTY
Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith
will present its annual theatre
party at the Gant Gaither theatre
Sunday evening, March 2, pre-
senting Dennis King in "Petti-
coat Fever".
The highlight of the Lodge's
season's socials, the presentation
will be followed by dancing on
the stage of the theatre. Reserva-
tions are limited and may be
obtained by calling the B'nai
B'rith office. James Leonard is
chairman of the evening.
taken a violent turn. Detectives
investigating a Croat Fascist plot
to blow up the British consulate
in Zagreb discovered a Fascist
plan to bomb the Jewish com-
munity offices in that city and
organize pogroms.
Meanwhile, the Nazi press in
Yugoslavia demanded the instal-
lation of "ghetto benches" for all
Jews in all public schools.
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el '.-..- ago i ditor ical national monthly in
u intry Hapardes," is pa i
ding this week-end on Miami
Beach The Hapardes celebrates
its twenty-fifth year of .-xist-
ence in this land. Rabbi Pardes
is nationally known in Rabbinic
circles for his learning, his abil-
ity, and his interests in all mat-
ters Jewish.
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binical cantor, will
give a Maariv concert at the
congregation Sun-
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Mr. and Mn. Sam Zeientz of New
York were in Miami for a three
week visit with his brother and
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Zeientz of this city.

Dr. Arthur Schwartz, noted Chi-
cago surgeon, returned to his
home after visiting at the Town
House. Miami Beach, for several
weeks.
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return city this week
after rt nded stay at Balti-

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PAGE THREE
RE-OPEN MONDAY
'ii
Norman H. Davis Receives B'nai B'rith Award
Tropical Park, "the friendly
track," re-opens its gates on Mon-
day afternoon for a 34-day rac-
ing stand that will bring to a
smashing climax the 1940-41 Mi-
ami thoroughbred season. With
everything "bigger and better"
than ever; with outstanding im-
provements on hand, led by the
electric American Tele-timer,
with thousands of flowers and
shrubs forming a picturesque
backdrop for the racing steeds,
the Gables Racing Association
eyes the impending meeting with
optimism and pleasure.
Despite the lateness of the sea-
son there will be more than 2000
horses in the Miami sector from
which will be drawn the daily
programs. An unprecedented de-
mand for stalls at the Spring ses-
sion has filled the Tropical barns
with 1025 thoroughbreds, the ov-
erflow remaining at Hialeah
l'ark to be vanned for their en-
gagements. The safest track in
Tropical Park history115 days
without a lame or broken-down
ESKIMOS
Dotf Cm!
Bui Florida homemakers need
dependable year-round re-
frigeration lor cold dishes, lor
preservation ol foods. Electric
refrigeration is automatic
trouble-free it's always
on the job, safely,
dependably, eco-
nomically.
SEE YOUR
DEALER !
FLEtlRIUIY IS [HEM1!
Norman H. Davis, Chairman of the American Red Cross, is shown here receiving che 97th annual
B'nai B'rith award signifying "honor, duty and achievement." The award was made at the 97th Covenant Break-
fast at the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in New York. Reading from left to right are Harry B. Epstein, Chairman, B'nai
B'rith Award Committee; Henry Monsky, President, Supreme Lodge, B'nai B'rith; Mr. Davis; and CoL A. Ralph
Steinberg, Chairman, B'nai B'rith Century Membership Drive. The award to Mr. Davis was made on the basil
of hit outstanding service as head of the American Red Cross in extending aid and mercy without regard to race,
religion or creed;
horseand a minimum $1,000
purse are the lures which have
attracted the best stables to pro-
long their tropical stay. Many
owners are also covetously eye-
ing the six-stake schedule, rang-
ing all the way from the $2000
added Orange Blossom and Vis-
caya Stakes to the $10,000 Trop-
ical Handicap to be decided clos-
ing day, April 10. Some of the
leading stake horses in the coun-
try have been named for the
Tropical stakes.
The sport, as usual, remains in
in the best of hands. Once again
the veterans Tom Thorp and Sam
C. Nuckols will preside over the
stewards' pagoda, joined by A.
J. Cleary. representing the state
of Florida; Robert S. Shelley is
racing secretary and G. R. "Bud-
dy" Wingfield will send them
away from a Puett starting gate.
HOLLEMAN'S GRILL
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Dinners From .... 50c
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MIAMI BEACH
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IN PERSONON THE STAGE
WxdbeA Hampden
The Greatest Star of the American Stage in the Comedy Hit
"A Successful Calamity
MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 4, THROUGH
SUNDAY NIGHT. MARCH 9
Prices: Evenings, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75
Sunday Matinee: $.55, $.83, $1.10, $1.65
Curtain: Evening at NineMatinee at Three
GantGaither Theatre
1920 Alton Road. Miami Beach
TICKET OFFICES:
Miami: Burdine's Travel Bureau
Coral Gables: Stone's, 206 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Hollywood: Kim bell's Book Shop
Miami Beach: Doubleday, Doran, Lincoln Road,
Caviar Jack's, 456 41st Street
LAST WEEK OF THIS SEASON
Upwards of 150 jockeys, the
cream of the crop, move over
from Hialeah to continue their
saddle careers and all that now
remains is for the final sprucing
up of the gatemen and program
sellers and the sound of "Guards-
men Mounting," to call the band
of sleek and shiny thoroughbreds
along the paddock aisle, barrier
bound for Tropical Park's great-
est Spring meet, March 3 thru
April 10.
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
On Monday. March 3 Junior
Hadassah will be hostess to its
paid-up members and their es-
corts at the unit's annual mem-
bership affair. Program for the
evening will begin with a sit
and snack party at the home of
Miss Charlotte Groner, 1764
Jefferson Ave.. where the crowd
will get together for cocktails.
From Miss Groner's home they
will go to the Beachcomber
where thoy will be entertained
by Xavier Cugat and the entire
Beachcomber show.
Admission is your membership
card and if you are not already
paid-up you may do so at the
affair.
Remember the date, March 3;
the affair, Junior Hadassah Mem-
bership Party; the time, 8:30 p.
m.; the place, 1764 Jefferson Ave..
Miami Beach.
WORKMEN'S CIRCLE WANTS
NO PART OF COMMUNISM
William Green, president of
the American Federation of La-
bor, today reports that the Work-
men's Circle, a Jewish fraternal
organization, was not .sympath-
etic to communism, and declared
that from his own personal as-
sociation with officers and mem-
bers of the association he knew
that the circle was opposed to
communism.
Mr. Green advised Reuben
Guskin and J. Baskin. president
and general secretary of the
Workmen's Circle, that he had
conferred recently with J. Edgar
Hoover, F. B. I. chief, and had
brought to Mr. Hoover's attention
reports of the alleged communis-
tic leanings of the Workmen's
Circle. He told the two visitors
that he had declared emphati-
cally that he was aware of the
circle's opposition to the reports,
the F. B. I. was making no in-
vestigation of the rumors which
had apparently been spread about
the fraternal group.
GAfTHER THEATER
PRESENTS FINAL
SHOW OF SEASON
The last production of the cur-
rent season at the Gant Gaither
Theatre will be Walter Hampden
famous stage star, in the comedy
hit, "A Successful Calamity," op-
ening Monday night and present-
ed every evening through Sun-
day.
Hampden, considered the fore-
most actor of the American The-
atre, is famous for his Shakes-
p.arian roles, but every bit as
competent in the lighter type of
play.
As the foremost actor he is
the president of the Players Club,
distinguished actors' organiza-
tion, founded by Edwin Booth.
Hampden succeeded the late
John Drew as president of the
club.
Among the plays Hampden has
starred in on the New York and
London stages are "Hamlet."
"The Servant in the House."
"Cyrano de Bergerac," "Cardinal
Richelieu." and "Merchant of
Venice" with Ethel Barrymore.
He arrived in town Thursday
by plane and will stay until th,'
middle of March, enjoying a
brief Florida vacation before re-
turning to Hollywood where ho
is to make three pictures this
summer.
GREETINGS
C. A. BURNETT
WAREHOUSE AND
TRANSFER CO., INC.
20 N. E. 11th STREET
PHONE 20668
DAUGHTERS OF ISRAEL MET
AT MIAMI BEACH TUESDAY
GREETINGS
F. ROMANO
HIGH CLASS
CUSTOM TAILORING
808 Olympia Building
PHONE 3 6406
The Daughters of Israel held
their weekly meeting at Miami
Beach last Tuesday night with
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff presi-
ding. Reports on activities were
tendered. Refreshments were
served by Mrs. A. Brenner and
S. Schechter.
The next meeting will be held
Wednesday night, March 5, at
8 p.m. in the Beth Jacob Talmud
Torah building. The Daughters
of Israel has as its sole purpose
the establishment and mainten-
ance of a modern Mikvah and
the striving towards greater ob-
servance of the Jewish laws of
family purity.
KOSHER KILLED
Chickens and Turkeys. Com-
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at
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& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Street
H. M. Kagan
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MAR.5~6th
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TheatreSouth End Washington
AvenueMiami Beach
No Increase in
Admission Pricesl
Only Showing in Greater Miami!
All Jewish Talking and Singing Musical Comedy
Big Comedy Cast WANj
TO BE A
Includes
LEO FUCHS
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1941
'JnvtttiFhrkUarj
PAGE FIVE
TEMPLE ISRAEL
H7 N. e. itth atreat
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6M* Indian Creek Drive6-126*
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."Hillel.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, February 28,
at 8:15 o'clock, in observance of
Brotherhood Week, guest speak-
ers in the pulpit will be Rev. R.
Wiley Scott, of Miami Beach
Community Church, and Rev.
Norman C. Zulauf, of Robertson
Memorial Church. Services will
be conducted by Rabbi Colman
A Zwitman. A reception for
worshipers, under Sisterhood
sponsorship, will follow.
Sabbath morning services Sat-
urday morning, March 1, at 11:00
o'clock.
Sisterhood Meeting
The Sisterhood of Temple Is-
rael invites all of its members,
the ladies of the Congregation
and their friends to attend the
meeting on Monday, March 3, at
2:00 p.m. Abe Aronovitz, presi-
dent of B'nai B"rith of Miami,
and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will be the speakers, and a mu-
sical program will also be pre-
sented, in Kaplan Hall. On the
agenda of the business meeting,
arc matters of vital importance
to the Sisterhood. Mrs. Max
Stcuer will preside. Mrs. E. Max
Goldstein is program chairman.
A Sisterhood board meeting will
be held at 10:30 a. m.
Red Cross Sewing Group
The Temple Israel Sisterhood
Red Cross sewing group meets
under the leadrship of Mrs. Sam-
ul Katz, every Tuesday, in our
Temple. Sewing machines and
workers are needed for this fine
project, and cooperation by la-
dies of the congregation will be
greatly appreciated.
Board Meeting
Regular meeting of the Temple
Israel board of directors will be
held this Tuesday, March 4th, at
8 00 p. m., in the board room.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Sophie
Feldman, mother of Mrs. Jos. S.
Garvett.
Yahrzeits: Philip Augustine,
father of Dr. Max Augustine and
husband of Mrs. Sarah Augus-
tine; Joseph Cohen, father of Mr.
Michael A. Cohen; Henry Miha-
lovits, father of Mrs. Louis
Strauss; Donald Williams, son of
Mr. Henry A. Williams and Mrs.
Helene Williams; Martin Raff,
husband of Mrs. Rose Raff, fath-
er of Mr. N. Douglas Raff and
Mr. Bertram Raff; N. Bernstein,
father of Mr. Jack Bernstein.
The floral offering this week
was presented in memory of
Henry Mihalovits by Mrs. Louis
Strauss.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(altaoal'a Pioneer Co4-raa;atlen)
1S8 N. W. Third Avenue
MAA SMAPIKU, ftaODI
496 S. W. lath Road
Office Phone I-147S
Home Phono 2-2176
.
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_______7:30 a.m.
Evening Service!____ 5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning___8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning______8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, dailjr_ 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.
"Adar." The anniversary candle
is lit the evening before the
English date mentioned, and the
kaddish begins the same evening
until sunset of the day men-
tioned.
Yehudah Laeb, husband of
Mrs. Anna B. Greenberg, Feb.
28th; Necher, mother of Saul
Grief, Feb. 28th; Sorah Devorah,
mother of Edward Friedman,
February 28th; Chaim Zalman,
father of Mesdames A. Quadow,
J. Fine and B. Hanson, March 4;
Yisroel Avrohom. father of H. A.
Eisenstcin, March 4th; Scrtze
Deena, mother of Sidney H.
Palmer, March 9th; Moshe, fath-
er of Mrs. Charles Walder, March
10th; Chaya, mother of George
Glazer, March 10th; Avrohom,
father of Blanche Seligman,
March 11th; Pesel, mother of
Norman Rossman, March 12th;
Hershel, father of Wm. Friedman,
March 14th; Shmuel, husband of
Frances Berman, March 14th;
Fruma, mother of Mrs. Nathan
Markowitz, March 15th; Morde-
chai, father of Mrs. Carl Wein-

BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Waehlnaton Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
rJOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1321
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Phone 40406
2263 S W. 21at Terrace
Synagogue Services
ShachrissThree services, at 7
and 8, and at 9:00 a. m. daily; at
7 and 9 Saturdays. Junior con-
gregation at 9:00 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.;
Friday and Saturday at 5:45 p.m,
Late Friday Evening Services
Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate. Guest
Cantor Nathan Wrooble will
chant the liturgic melodies. In
view of the proclamation of the
president of the United States
declaring this as "Brotherhood
Week," the rabbi will discuss the
subject, "Brotherhood Fact or
Farce."
An oneg-shabbos will follow
immediately after the services,
and refreshments, donated by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haas, will
be served by the Sisterhood.
Junior Sabbath
Services will be conducted Sat-
jurday morning at 8:30 and the
I Junior services at 10:30 o'clock.
! Immediately after the benedic-
tion, a kiddush will be held in
the auditorium.
Junior Congregation
The Junior Congregation will
sponsor a Purim celebration
Tuesday evening, March 11th at
7:30 o'clock at Beth David audi-
torium. The film, "The Wander-
ing Jew," with Joseph Schild-
kraut, will be shown that eve-
ning. Tickets arc being sold at
twenty-five cents for adults and
ten cents for children. The pro-
ceeds will go towards the pur-
chasing of necessities of materials
for the Junior congregation.
Sunday School
A playlet was enacted by the
children of Miss Damenstein's
class last Sunday during the as-
sembly.
Hebrew School
We cannot stress sufficiently
that the lack of interest on the
part of parents towards Hebrew
instructions for their children
makes them guilty of a great
transgression with regard to the
Jewish upbuilding of their off-
spring. Classes are held daily
and we advise parents to bring
their children regularly.
Greater Miami Zionist Meeting
The community of Greater Mi-
ami will have the opportunity to
meet and hear the president of
the Zionist Organization of
America. Edmund I. Kauffmann,
this Tuesday evening, March 4th
at the Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation. This meeting is held
under the auspices of the Zion-
ist District of Greater Miami. We
urge the members and friends of
our congregation to be present.
We extend our "Boruch-Habau"
to our distinguished guest.
Yahraeiten
The following "Yahrzeiten"
whose names are inscribed in the
"Memorial Book of Life" will
be observed during this month of
Maariv, daily at 6:30 p. m.; Sat-
kle. March 15th; Yisroel Moshe, S urday at 6:45 p. m.
father of Charles Rosengarten, Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
March ICth; Yisroel. husband of 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
Lee Alpert. March 16th; Morde- preach on the "Portion of the
chai, father of Wolf Blutstein,
March 19th; Mordechai, son of
Mrs. David Mayers. March 21st;
Chaim, father of Mrs. Hoffman,
March 23rd: Lieba. daughter of
Kate Marks, March 24th; Eliah.
husband of Rebecca Lazarus.
March 25th; Sorah, in memory of
Sarah Afremow. March 28th:
Chave, mother of Francis Ber-
Week." Last week's guest speak-
er was Rabbi S. A. Pardes of
Chicago.
Friday Night Lecture
"God's House'' will be the sub-
ject of the lecture this Friday
night by Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off. Cantor Mamches will lead
in the communal singing. Doors
open at 8:00 p. m. Service begins
man, March 29th.
I at 8:30 p. m. Come early to Be-
Card, Bingo and Mah Jongg Party curt. SL.als
Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor its card, bingo and mah
jongg party Monday evening at 8
o'clock at Beth David auditor-
ium. We regret that through
some oversight on dates, we could
not hold our card party last Mon-
day evening as scheduled, but
we ask all members and friends
to be present this week, and the
committee assures all those who
attend a pleasant evening.
Purim Activities
Mrs. Frances Horn, chairman
of the Purim festival, wishes to
announce that the Beth David
Sisterhood will sponsor a real
traditional Purim, and ask all
members to keep Thursday eve-
ning, March 13th in mind. An
interesting program plus cards,
and bingo will comprise some of
the evening's program. Reserva-
tions can be made by calling the
office.
Nochum Avaelim
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mr. Nathan Bader and
daughter Rosalyn, at the death
of their beloved wife and moth-
er. May her soul most deserv-
ingly be bound up in the bond of
eternal peace.
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 Fime
Custom Tailoring
1140 Lincekn Road
PHONE 5-3812
For Prompt and Caurteoua Service
MOUSLEY
Service Station
312 Collins At*. Miami Beack
PHONE 5-94B7
Your Satisfaction Our Pleasure
Radio Hour
The Jewish Hour will be pre-
sented this Sunday at 4:30 p. m.
over Radio Station WIOD by
Rabbi Mescheloff. His subject
will be "New Patriots." We hope
you will listen in.
Sisterhood Meeting
A very important meeting of
the board of directors of the Sis-
terhood was held Tuesday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. M.
Kreiger. The regular monthly
meeting of the Sisterhood will
be held in our synagogue Mon-
day night, March 3, at 8:00 p. m.
A very interesting program has
been arranged. Mrs. Dale James
will speak. A motion picture
will be exhibited. Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will sing. Refresh-
ments will be served.
Beach Habonoth
Our Habonoth is planning a
Purim party to be held Wednes-
day night. March 13th at the
home of one of our members.
Habonoth uniforms for all girls
have been purchased and dis-
tributed. The girls are working
on a project to earn a scholarship
for the Hebrew Teachers' Col-
lege for Girls sponsored by the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations.
Congregational Ball
Our annual synagogue Purim
ball will be held this year at the
Floridian Hotel on Sunday,
March 16th, at 9:00 p. m. Tick-
ets are now on sale at the syn-
agogue. As usual a two hour
program of entertainment will be
presented in addition to dancing.
Religious School
The entire school was exam-
ined last week in accordance with
our policy of general 10-week
examinations. Rabbi Mescheloff
has expressed great satisfaction
with the work covered.
Children may be registered
between the hours of 3 and 7
each week day. The school is
based on a five year curriculum.
The following took part in the
assembly program Sunday morn-
ing: Isa be lie Gerstein, Louise
Raphael, Morton Rosenbaum,
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbl'e Reeldeneo:
1123 S. W. 14th Terrate
Phono 3-5192
5*0 S. w. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1546 8. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris ................7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon..........___ 8:00 a.m.
Mincha ......................._ 5:30 p. m.
Maariv ---------................ 6:00 p. m.
Friday ................5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service_____.....9:00 a. m.
Ladies Auxiliary
The officers of the Ladies Aux-
iliary take this means of express-
ing their sincere gratitude to
those many loyal friends who
helped the success of our Purim
ball by their attendance and sale
of tickets. In these days when
the completion of our new syna-
gogue building and the expan-
sion of our Talmud Torah de-
mands more sacrifices than ever
we are happy that we have so
many true friends who are ever
ready to do their share towards
the realization of our goals. To
the loyal members of the vari-
ous committees, to those who la-
bored diligently and to the or-
ganizations who helped the suc-
cess of .the evening by sending
their representatives as well as
to all those who came, we say
"Thank you and may the Lord
bless you."
Miss Bear Chosen
Miss Molly Bear, 1717 S. W.
9th St., who represented Pio-
neer Women's Organization at
the Queen Esther contest, was
chosen Queen Esther for the year
1941. We are happy to congratu-
late her and wish her joy in her
reign as Queen Esther for the
coming year. Mrs. I. Silver was
awarded the ladies gold watch,
Mrs. George Chertkoff was gen-
eral chairman.
Ladies Meeting
The next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held on Tues-
day afternoon. March 4 at 2:30
in the new synagogue. Mrs.
George Chertkoff will preside
and a report will be rendered
of our Purim ball.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Marshall
Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Stein of 1795 S. W. 12th St.,
will be held in our synagogue
this coming Sabbath morning.
The rabbi and the officers of the
congregation take this means of
extending sincere congratulations
to the happy parents and boy.
Congregational Meeting
A general meeting of the con-
gregation will be held at the Tal-
mud Torah Tuesday evening at
8 o'clock. All members are urged
to attend.
Roselle Seigel, Teddy Cohen, and
Pearl Cohen.
Prizes were awarded to child-
ren who had raised over five dol-
lars for the J. N. F.
Rabbi C. H. Epstein, renowned
azherober rebbe, will be honored
at the melavah malkah to be
held at the Beth Jacob Congrega-
tion this Saturday night at 8
o'clock. M. J. Andron will be
chairman. Rabbi Epstein is the
author of a famous ethical work,
"Shema Shlomo." Refreshments
will be served.



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PAGE SIX
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Washington (WNS)Diplomat-
ic circles in the nation's capita!
reported that Nazi Germany
would expel all Jews from Ger-
many and Austria, with the ex-
ception of several thousand
young Jews serving in labor
gangs, within the next six weeks.
iThe report differed from cabin
coming from abroad only with
| regard to the time limit
These same sources stated that
Germany has dumped the great-
er part of its former Jewish pop-
'uiation of 550.000 into Naz:-PV;.
and and in un-occupied France.
Thousands of Jews left volun'.ar-
ily before the war.
It was reported that the Vichy
government in un occupied
France, which recently appealed
to the United States to aid in the
resettlement of refugees in the
Western Hamisphere. was n
vated by the fact that is can no
r cope with the refugee
probli m
Germany has been transferring
German Jews to un-occupied
France in such large numbers
that the situation there was de-
scribed as hopeless. France, it
was said, can hardly feed its
own population, let alone the
new starving and penniless ar-
rivals,
The French government has
tried to return the German Jews
ti Gt rmany but the Nazis have
.- d to accept them. Mean-
. the German Jews have
tent to French concentra-
tion camps where they subsist on
terribly inadequate food rations.
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The whole town is talking about Heinz Vegeta-
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ays her grandson. Heinz chefs have put a little
something extra into their concoction of garden-
fresh vegetables. You must try it! It's ready to
serve, almost as soon as you call the family to come
and get it.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1941
vJewlsti fhrkHan
PAGE SEVEN
7 he ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN. Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
This column, a regular feature.
linut to familiarize the Jewish public
with vnrioim phases of the problems
which concern API.. As part of its
arvlce readers are Invited to address
'uuestlons on current Jewish problems
to the writer at 617 Seybold Building.
Miami. Replies will be made either In
thli column or in direct correapon-
dance Often Individuals hear loose
,-barge* made nl>out the Jewish group
.,. have non-Jewish friends who har-
bor misconceptions which they connoi
. larlfy because of Inadequate Informa-
tion, 'inquiries of this kind are eapec-
, Ulv welcome. The name of the ques.
tloner will be heUl In the strictest
confidence if he so desires.
Fireside Discussion Series
In co-operation with the Y. M.
H. A., the Anti-Defamation
League soon will present a fire-
side discussion series, entitled,
Facts and Fancies." Enroll-
ment in this series, which is be-
ing offered as a free service to
the community, will be limited
to young people between the
ages of sixteen and twenty-five.
More details about this project
will appear in the next issue of
The, Floridian.
Brotherhood Observances
Together with 2,200 other com-
munities throughout the United
States, people of Miami, under
the leadership of the Miami
Round Table, are planning Broth-
erhood programs for the coming
month. Dr. Everett R. Clinchy,
director of the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, will
speak to audiences of all faiths
(>n ihe necessity of cooperation
between religious groups. With
the theme of 'National Unity."
the National Conference is en-
deavoring to bring home to all
Americans the need for spiritual
unity as the weapon for the de-
fense 'if Democracy.
Locally. Brotherhood observ-
ance began with a radio broad-
cast ever WQAM on Washington's
Birthday. The program, given
under the sponsorship of the
Miami Round Table, featured a
discussion by Bette Davis, Pat
O'Brien and David O. Selznick
on the work of the National Con-
ference. Miss Davis read Presi-
dent Roosevelt's message pro-
claiming Brotherhood Month.
Sunday afternoon, March 2,
Dr. Clinchy will meet the gener-
al committee of the Round Table
at a reception in the home of
Benjamin E. Bronston, Jewish co-
chairman of the Round Table.
Sunday night, Dr. Clinchy will
speak before the Gesu Forum,
where he will be introduced by
Andrew T. Healy, Catholic co-
chairman.
"National Unity and Defense"
will be the topic of Dr. Clinchy's
address before the Brotherhood
rally held under the joint aus-
pices of the Y. M. C. A. and the
Y. M. H. A. on the grounds of
the Y. M. H. A. Monday night.
Dr. Glen James, pastor of the
White Temple, will deliver the
invocation. Leo Robinson will
be chairman
Dr. Ciinchy will meet with the
Committee of 100 Tuesday eve-
ning.
Wednesday evening Dr. Clin-
chy will address the Miami Com-
munity Forum.
A legislative committee has
been organized for the purpose
of studying existing legislation
bearing upon the general prob-
lem with which the Anti-Defa-
mation League is concerned. This
committee, of which Albert,
Bernstein, prominent attorney, is
chairman, includes Sidney Segall,
Burnett Roth and Ely Katz.
Conference of Organizations
Over fifty representatives of
OF
JEWS OF AUSTRIA
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
APTE ELECTED CHAIRMAN
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ADL
Day J. Apte unanimously was
elected provisional chairman- for
the executive committee of the
Florida regional office of the
Anti-Defamation League, at its
first meeting held last Monday
evening in the headquarters of
the League, 617 Seybold Bldg.
there wouldn't be a single Jew
left in the former Austrian capi-
tal by the fuehrer's birthday.
Jews ordered to leave the coun-
try were permitted to take with
them 200 pounds of personal bag-
gage and a small amount of
money, after it was exchanged
into Polish zlotys. The deporta-
tion resulted in the enforced sep-
aration of hundreds of Jewish
families.
The homes of Jews who left on
the first transport were later vis-
ited by Gestapo agents who car-
ried off the furnishings in trucks.
The doors were locked and
sealed. Jewish organizations in
Berlin and Vienna, it was
learned, filed a protest with the
Nazi government against the de-
portations. Both Catholic and
Protestant churches were also ex-
pected to protest the expulsions
since many baptized Jews were
among those ordered to leave.
Meanwhile, Dr. Joseph Loew-
enherz, head of the Vienna Jew-
ish community, who had been
working desperately since the
Nazi anschluss of Austria to make
arrangements for the emigration
of Vienna's 40,000 Jews, has been
taken to a hospital suffering from
a nervous breakdown.
At the same time, reports from
occupied-Luxemburg stated that
the Nazis are carrying out simi-
lar deportations of Jews there.
Jews were crammed into sealed
trains and moved into un-occu-
pied France, aggravating an al-
ready acute refugee problem.
The deportation of Jews from
Luxemburg was expected to be
completed by the end of March.
GREAT
INCREASE IN
RECLINING-
SEAT COACH
SERVICE
To Washington, New York, the East
on the Famous, Streamlined Coach Train
SILVER METEOR
EHtctiv, beginning fb. 20.
The only streamlined coach train in daily service from both
coasts of Florida to New York and the east. Fast, smooth-
riding Diesel-electric locomotives. Comfortable seats (must
be reserved in advance). Dining car-low-priced meals. Tav-
ern car, lounge-observation car. Radio. Air conditioned.
Train passenger agents. Stewardess-nurses. Car attendants.
IV. MIAMI 10:00 A.M. DAILY
Two other Seaboard trains with modern, reclining-seat
coaches leave Miami daily for New York and the east. Very
low rail fares.
Cenuilt Ticket Agent er
T. W. luck.il. A.O.P.A., 173 I Hogler St., Miami. Tel.: J-3l
Go Modern-Go SEABOARD
DAY J. APTE
Apte's election came as a recog-
nition of his many years of ser-
vice to the Jewish community
and his special interest in civic-
protective problems.
Other members of the execu-
tive committee are Albert E.
Berkeley. Sam Blank. Benjamin
E. Bronston, Stanley C. Meyers,
Burnett Roth. Harry Simonhoff,
Elry Stone, Arthur A. Ungar,
Mitchell Wolfson, Isaac Levin
(ex officio), Fred K. Shochet (ex
officio), and William I. Boxer-
man, (ex officio).
NURSERY STAKE IS
JIT WEST FURII
The annual West Flagler Ken-
nel club $1,000 Nursery Stake
is now in progress at the West
Flagler Kennel club with some
of America's finest sired pups
competing.
Today this event is looked up-
on in much the same manner as
some of the big horse racing
stakes.
It is one of the biggest things
in greyhound racing yet devised
and the owners of the West
Flagler track. Jacob Sher and
Williami L. Huntley are receiv-
ing considerable credit for in-
stituting what is now a real clas-
sic in the sport.
Forty-eight canine youngsters
are competing in the classic this
year.
Among the more outstanding
puppies seeking the crown are:
Calling, My Mom. Stone. Stone
Trouble and Ail-American.
The Nursery Stake is one of
three stake races staged at West
Flagler Kennel club. Following
the running of the Nursery clas-
sic, the annual Futurity Stake
will open, while following that
event will come the rich West
Flagler Derby, a race which will
bring to a close the 1941 racing
season in Miami.
Miami Jewish organizations were
present at the conference held
last Wednesday evening at the
Seybold building under the aus-
pices of the Anti-Defamation
League. The purpose of the
meeting was to outline the aims
of the regional office and the
means of active participation by
every Jewish group in the com-
munity.
D. J. Apte, provisional chair-
man, presided, and gave a sum-
mary of the background leading
to the establishment of the of-
fice. He touched also upon some
of the problems with which the
office will be dealing.
Following this, a more detailed
analysis was presented of the na-
tional program of the Anti-De-
famation League and its relation
to the problem existing in the
Florida area with emphasis on
the need for cooperation of all
the Jewish organizations. To il-
lustrate the nature of the prob-
lem a reproduction was played
of a recent address by one of the
leading subversive agents in the
country.
At the conclusion of the con-
ference the officers were re-
quested to discuss the program at
their meetings and appoint a per-
manent representative and alter-
nate who will serve on the ad-
visory council of the ADL.
The office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League is located at 617
Seybold Building, Miami,
phone 3-6306. All Florida com-
munities are invited to avail
themselves of the services of-
fered by the organization and
to consult on matters of an
anti-defamatory nature.
SIGHTSEEING
GREATER MIAMI TOUR
$1.50 $1.50 $1.50
4 Hours 5 Stops 50 Miles
COVERSMiami. Miami Beach.
Hialeah. Miami Springs. Coral Ga-
bles. Coconut Grove, Airports and
Indian Village. SEE THE GIANT
CLIPPER SHIPS COME IN.
LEAVEMiami. 9:45 a. m. and
1:45 p m.. 5th and Biscayne Blvd.,
at the Aquarium.
LEAVEMiami Beach. 10 a. m.,
and 2 P- m. at the Chamber of
Commerce. 5th and Alton Road.
For RESERVATIONS Phone 30837
or Your Hotel Bell Captain
Florida Transportation Co.
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone having articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
are not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau, and send
these articles to the RUM-
MAOH STORE maintained by
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Please Phone
Mn. L. J. Hartz. 2-7135
Mr*. Morris Dubler, 5-3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5 4269
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, 2.1864
and they will be called for
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived JorJthe bene
are req
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conducts th7bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
11HTII JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL
open every week in the year ami
Sundav Sessions begin Sunday
morning, October 20. 1940. ending
Sunday morning. May 2,th. IH1.
EVERT MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior llailnssah.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
I.adieg Auxiliary Jewish War \ et-
erans and also Freda Markowltz
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division. American Jew-
ish Congress
FOl'RTH MONDAY every month,
hoard meeting. Senior Hailasxah.
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall. ____
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m.
at Center. Euclid Ave. and 14th
Place.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing: of Sholem Lodge B'nal B'rltb.
MARCH
4Zionist Meeting, Y.M.H.A.
5Miami Community Forum,
Temple Israel.
5Stunt Night, Y. M. H. A.
5Party at Harriette Court
Apts., benefit Nat. Children's
Cardiac Home.
6A. Z. A. Youth & Demo-
cracy Rally, Scottish Rite
Temple
12Y. W. H. A. board meeting.
15Beth David Sisterhood Pux-
im Party.
17Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month.
regular meeting <>f National Home
for Jewish Children. Denver.
EVERT TUESDAY KVENING T.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Ciubrooms.
EVERY WEDNESDAY, Hadassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap-
vnn Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section Legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. H. Adler.
EVERY WEDNESDAY Senior Ha-
dassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4
P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit Red Cross at Y Ciubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENINO-
B'nal B'rlth bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:20 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings. 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A.
Basketball ami Dance .__,
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham WoKbobs
home. 1069 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
Bureau luncheon meeting,
Grossinger Hotel, 12:30.
19_Y. 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
23Cantor Mamches concert,
Beth Jacob Congregation.
26Y. W. H. A. general meeting,
Srogram.
L
2National Children's Cardiac
Home.
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PAGE EIGHT
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1941
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By Milton A. Friedman
200 YOUTH AND DEMOCRACY RALLIES TO HEAR BROADCAST BY HOOVER
JAMES LEONARD
Guest Columnist
Let's see now! Dictionary
. thesauraus .paper, plenty
of that and of course the all
important waste basket. All here
and close to hand before I take
the mighty plunge! Our widely
travelled conductor of this col-
umn is off again, this time to
Tampa to address the A. Z. A.
banquet there, and has asked
yours truly to pinch hit for him.
And so, well armed for the fray,
and with no warranties ex-
pressed or implied, here goes.
But of course! My job's sim-
ple! There's really only one im-
portant news item this week.
Mustn't forget it. must I? For
all late comers, and for those
sleepy eared individuals who
haven't pricked up their atten-
tion to the busy hum of Miami
small talk, we will make one
last formal statement of the bald
facts. B'nai B'rith annual the-
atre party! Gant Gaither Thea-
tre! Sunday evening. March 2,
at 8:45 o'clock! Dennis King in
"Petticoat Fever!" Dancing and
refreshments! Nuff sed?
Really, though, as the individ-
ual responsible for this affair, I
personally can and will promise
you everything in the way of
grand entertainment. And my
promise will be fulfilled many
score. All of you who were for-
tunate enough to attend last
year's theatre party will recall
with pleasure that it was the
high spot of the year's social ac-
tivity, and we cant help but top
that this time without even half
trying. For we have Dennis;
Dennis, the inimitable. He who's
SUICTL!
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bT PHINEAS J. BIROH
(Left) J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, who has made a special
recording of a speech on "Youth and Democracy" which will be heard at 200 youth and democracy
rallies to be held throughout the country beginning February 23rd and continuing through Brother-
hood Week. (Right)Irving Levitas, national cultural director of Aliph Zadik Aleph. B nai B nth
youth organization; Julius Bisno, executive director, and Ben Barkin. assistant executive director,
putting the final touches on plans for the rallies to be attended by over 150.000 young people of all
races and creeds affiliated with 30 youth-serving agencies having a combined membership in excess
of 3,000,000. Miami's Youth and Democracy rally will be held March 6. at the Scottish Rite Temple.
"The Student Prince." He who's
only safe for the married breth-
ren if they supply their wives
with blinders (free on request).
He of the grand voice, the mati-
nee idol face, and the divine
touch for light comedy. What
could be a more redoubtable
combination! And in this play
he does a real crackerjack job.
I'll personally vouch for it, for
I saw him in the original Broad-
way version. And what a show
it is! A laugh in every sense,
packed with funny situations,
and cleverly acted and directed
so as to insure us that you will
laugh, first gently and inwardly,
then gradually increasing in in-
tensity until you leave the theatre
by rolling out the aisles rather
than walking! It is that kind of
light drawing room comedy that's
better than a stag smoker, more
stimulating than Minsky's, and
more enjoyable than a date with
Lana Turner. If you haven't
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seen it, don't miss; if you have
seen it you'll want to again, and
if you don't want to, there's
something wrong with you! All
in all if you want to spend one
evening at least when you will
be sure to forget the rotten sea-
son, see this show. It's a must!
But we haven't stopped there.
In order to Insure an evening
chock full of mirth, merriment,
and fun, we have engaged for
your dancing pleasure a grand
orchestra who will play from the
end of the show until the wee
small hours, while you dance on
the stage, and then we have pro-
vided plenty of food and drink
to appease that midnight appe-
tite. In short, it promises to be
an evening long to be remem-
dered. Put it on your calendar.
But. don't forget! There are on-
ly 370 seats in the theatre, and
there are over 1000 brethren not
counting wives, sweethearts,
drags, et al. so you'd better be
sure of getting those tickets
pronto! All that's necessary is
to phone Miss Roth in the B'nai
B'rith office, 3-0751, and she'll
see that you get them. Price,
complete, is $2.00. Formal pre-
ferred.
FLASH! Last minute item! A
silver loving cup to the first gal
to snag Dennis for a dance! A
never to be repeated opportunity.
A. Z. A. NEWS
On Sunday night, February 23
Miami Chapter had a smoker at
the home of Merton Simon. 35
boys were present including vis-
iting members from other com-
munities. Moving pictures were
shown and refreshments
served.
The Miami Chapter is
forming a girls' auxiliary.
bridge or some other game of
cards. Most of us have a table
of something in our homes once
a week. Why not on March 5th
have one or more tables and tax
each guest some amount and
turn that money over to us to
send to England.
Win some small child's eternal
blessinggive him a place to
sleep, a coat to wear and food to
eat. Have a table and build a
roof.
were
now
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probably the youngest and
most handsome of film produc-
ers, who used to be active in
Latin America, and then in
Paris, is back in the U. S. now,
and waiting for one of Uncle
Sam's uniforms to be issued to
him ... If you want to see a
portrayal of David Belasco
that is so exactly like the orig-
inal that it is positively uncan-
ny, be sure you see "The Lady
With the Red Hair," in which
Claude Rains plays the part of
the priest-collared producer.
Did you know that movie act-
ress Binnie Barnes was once
married to Samuel Joseph, the
London art dealer? And
that song-writer Harold J. Rome
originally started out to be an
architect? ... No doubt that's
why his songs are so well-
constructed Planning to in-
vade Broadway as a producer
is Donald Flamm, former own-
er of radio station WMCA .
And Danton Walker, wintering
in sub-tropical regions, reports
that Havana has a restaurant
named Moishe Pipik.
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T 7hA Bna' B'rith Au"iliaries in
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