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The Jewish Floridian ( March 14, 1941 )

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0 e Jewi5ti IFIondliiai m COMBINING TltlO jGWKSll Unit? /# VOLUME 14—No. 11 MIMMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS GHEEKWAR RELIEF SHOW TONIGHT IN BAYFRONT PARK Continuing his efforts in behalf of all worthwhile civic and communal endeavors. Abe Aronovitz, president of B'nai B'rith, is serving as ticket chairman of the show to be held at Bayfront Park tonight for the benefit of the Greek War Relief. Aronovitz, who has been in southeast Florida for the past 35 years, and who arranged a gigantic ball for the benefit of the Red Cross War Relief last summer, has served as acting state's attorney, city solicitor, attorney of civil service board, and assistant city attorney, is urging the entire Jewish community to take part in this show and to assist in this democratic work. "While ticket sales are progressing both rapidly and satisfactorily we will have enough seats for everyone who comes to the park," he said as chairman of the Greek War Relief entertainment committee. Col. Sidney H. Palmer and David Lemelman are others prominent in the performance serving as heads of the night dub division. "We will truly have a million dollar show," said Harry Richman, stage, screen and radio star who is assisting in arranging the benefit. Richman announced appearing with him will be Paul Whiteman's band, Martha Raye, Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lewis, Terry Lawlor, Frances Faye, Jack Dempsey, Slapsie Maxie Rosenbloom, Dean Murphy, Joe Frisco, Emil Boreo, Henri Therrien, Bert Frohman, Billy Vine, Joan Grey, Don Lanning, Jimmie Hodges, the Royal Guards, Betty Bruce, The Jensleys, Yvonne Bouvier, the entire Beachcomber show, the Mayfair show, the Royal Palm, the Esquire, the Paddock, Mother Kelly's show, and a host of others. Rev. Dick Evans is honorary chairman of the Greek War Relief drive that has headquarters at 226 East Flagler street. PALESTINIAN NURSES LEAVING FOR EGYPT Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Ten Palestinian nurses, including eight graduates of the Hadassah-University-Rothschild Hospital's Henrietta Szold School of Nursing ind two nursing sisters from other Jerusalem hospitals, have left this country to take up their duties at the King Fuad el Meatat Hospital in Alexandria. These nurses were selected by Dr. Al Nakhib Bey, director of the hospital, which is Alexandria's largest, containing 500 beds. Dr. Al Nakhib had inspected the nurses under the guidance of the Vaad Leumi's Health Department, which he had approached. TO REL BOARD IS CREATED TO HANDLE JEWS Vichy (WNS)—A more strict enforcement of the anti-Jewish restrictions was seen in the announcement by the Petain government of the appointment of a general commisariat to deal with "the Jewish question" in unoccupied France. The creation of the special commisariat was linked here with the discussions in Paris between Vice Premier Admiral Darlan and the Nazi authorities. It was feared that the rigorous antiJewish laws in effect in the occupied zones may be applied in the unoccupied territory. The immediate reaction in Vichy at the news of the new board was an obvious attempt to speed enforcement of the antiJewish statute of Oct. 18 which barred Jews from government posts, the armed forces, motion pictures and the publishing field. Meanwhile, the Official Journal continues to publish long lists of Jewish-owned enterprises tor which "Aryan" managers have been appointed. New York (WNS)—According to the "overwhelming desire of American Jewry," leaders of the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal and the National Refugee Service agreed to re-establish the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees and overseas needs as the fundraising instruments for all three relief agencies, it was announced by Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver and Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national chairman of the U. J. A. The United Jewish Appeal will seek to raise $25,000,000 in 1941 for overseas relief and rehabilitation, the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine and refugee integration in the United States, the announcement said. POLISH REFUGEES ARRIVE I N PA LESTINE Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—The capacity of Palestine to absorb Jewish immigration was emphasized again as 250 Jews fleeing from Poland and Nazi-dominated Bulgaria found their way to the Jewish homeland. The Polish refugees, concluding a long trip from Kaunas which had been financed by the United Palestine Appeal of America, arrived at a Palestine port. They were part of the 995 men, women and children who had received certificates in Lithuania from the Jewish Agency for Palestine. The Jewish Agency is bringing out as many certificate holders as is possible. MANY JEWS DIE IN CONCENTRATION P E 11 %  SL M BRITISH JEWS PARTICIPATE IN PRAYER DAY MARCH 23 London (WNS)—Chief Rabbi J. H. Hertz announced that British Jewry will participate in the national day of prayer on March 23 which was proclaimed by King George. The chief rabbi's statement said: "His Majesty's Jewish subjects Will loyally obey the royal summons and all congregations under my jurisdiction will, in the course of next week, receive the order of service containing supplications to Father in Heaven for strength and guidance in the stern struggle before us, as well as prayers of thanksgiving for the mercies and victories hitherto granted to the forces of freedom." SAFER TORAH PRESENTED TO ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Marking an occasion which occurs seldom in the life of the community will be the siyum hatorah at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation Sunday evening. Held at the new synagogue, 590 S. W. 17th avenue, the congregation will formally accept and consecrate the gift. Mr. Louis Block is presenting the torah in memory of his wife. The program will include national speakers, music and refreshments. JEWISH HOMES IN WARSAW CONFISCATED NAZIS BOAST Stockholm (WNS)-More than 4 000 Jewish-owner homes in Warsaw, valued at one billion marks, have been confiscated by the Nazis since the invasion of Poland, according to Nazi newspapers which have arrived here. The agreement for the reconstruction of the United Jewish Appeal for 1941 provides for the distribution of the first $8,800,000 raised in the following manner: J. D. C, $4,275,000; U. P. A., $2,525,000: N. R. S.. $2,000,000. The balance of the funds raised will be distributed by an Allotment Committee as in 1940. The United Jewish Appeal was dissolved last December follow(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) JEKilUU SYSTEMATICALLY BOBBEDJY NAZIS Stockholm (WNS)—A wave of anti-Jewish terror followed the Nazi occupation of Bulgaria, it was reliably reported here. Thousands of Jews gathered at Varna, Black Sea port town, in the hope they could escape from the country by boat, were systematically robbed of all their possessions by Bulgarian Nazis, it was learned. The Nazis compelled Jewish women to surrended their marriage rings and other jewelry while the men were made to yield their gold chains and watches. Baggage which the Jews had collected in anticipation of sudden flight disappeared "mysteriously." The same situation prevailed in Bulgarian towns near the Turkish and Greek frontiers where many Jews had assembled, hoping to gain permission to cross the borders. The Nazis virtually stripped the Jews of everything they had brought with them. It was reported that several train loads of Bulgarians, including many Jews, were shipped to Nazi Germany on orders from the Gestapo. It was understood that tOOMTIMUBD ON PAO 8) Belgrade (WNS)—1400 Jews, including many women and children, have for the last two months been wandering about a thin strip of territory separating Hungary and Rumania, it was reported here. The Jewish wanderers were deported from Rumania on the ground that they were born in the Hungarian part of Transylvania and are Hungarian subjects, it was learned. The Hungarian government rejected the Rumanian contention and left the 1,400 Jews to their fate on the new "no man's land" near Arad on the Hungarian-Rumanian border. They are kept alive by food sent to them by Jews in Arad or nearby communities. It is doubtful whether they can withstand the cold and hunger much longer. Hungarian Jews were reported to be planning another appeal to the government to accept the refugees until emigration to other countries can be arranged for them. Lisbon (WNS)—At least 1,500 Jewish and Polish inmates of a Nazi concentration camp near Cracow in Nazi-occupied Poland died during the winter months as a result of hunger, epidemics and freezing weather, it was reported here. One of the worst concentration camps in Poland, it holds 20,000 prisoners, of whom 7,000 are Jewish. Nazi guards in the camps take pride in the fact that few prisoners ever come out alive. Prisoners are given meagre food rations and are compelled to do heavy labor. The Nazi authorities issue no clothing with the result that many of the prisoners go about bare-foot and half-naked. Many of the prisoners, it was learned, were unable to withstand the freezing weather. The camp has virtually no sanitary facilities for the inmates. A traveller reaching here from Nazi-occupied Poland reported here that the Lodz ghetto, which holds hundreds of thousands.of Jews, extends only over two square kilometers. He described conditions in the ghetto as "horrible," saying that two and sometimes three families must share one room. Food sent to the ghetto by Nazi authorities, he said, was hardly adequate to feed all the Jews in the district He reported that the suffering during the winter months was a result of an acute shortage of winter clothing and blankets. AUSTRALIAN ZIONISTS URGE CREATION OF JEWISH ARMY Sydney, Australia (WNS)—A delegation of the Zionist Council of the New South Wales has approached the acting Australian prime minister, A. W. Fadden, with a proposal to organize an all-Jewish army comprised of non-British Jews to fight in Palestine or any other front alongside British forces, it was learned. Mr. Fadden assured the delegation that he would forward the proposal to Prime Minister Monzies, who is now in London. Jewish refugees in Australia have repeatedly offered their services to the British Empire. NAZI AGENTS ARE ACTIVE IN FRENCH MOROCCO, SYRIA Zurich (WNS) — Nazi agents have been sent to French Morocco and Syria to stir up agitation against the Jews in those countries, it was reported here. ORIGINAL HEBREW BIBLICAL DRAMA GIVEN BY HABIMA Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agency)—Players of the Habima Theater returned to an expressive Biblical style in their latest venture, which is an interpretation of A. Aschman's original Hebrew drama, "Michal, Daughter of Saul." Basing his drama on four sentences from the Book of Samuel, the playwright has followed the practice of bringing to the fore characters who had been overshadowed in the Bible by more glamorous figures. The action takes place in the home of Layish, to whose son, Paltiel, Michal was given by her father, King Saul. Neither King Saul, nor King David appear in the play, but they do figure in the dialogue. B. Chereminsky, the director, has stated that this new play is the first Biblical drama requiring as few as five characters. It is, incidentally, the second Biblical drama to have been staged by Mr. Chereminsky, the first having been "Rahab," which was produced about eight years ago



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K Mn Charles Kleir M An Mn Mn Frances Starch Mi Louii Bloomenthal, Mn Bed R Mi Elsie LeMi Hazel Reich Mi Mn. Joe Mi Sam D I rt Mn M -. Ha Mn Jennie Ka:z Mi Langnei Mn Claire SalMi : ad : C >hen Mrs Barr) Sii on Mi Jack Plotkin, Mi Beatrice P er Mrs. Ida Abbott Mi B> mfc i Mn Herta Feuei Mn G< ne r ;-. u k man Mn Jane C >hi n Mi rstei Mi %  Mrs. La k •. / Mi G. ie Marg Mr Ben Kai • • • The Twelfth Annual Purim Bail B :. Jacob synagogue tion ':' Miami Beach will • • March 16th at tb< Floridian Hoti I at 9 ;. .-.-. A %  • ir floor show of professional entertainment has for the evening. Florid itra has been .'. Tickets ynagog -•-. and at the door. Prothe ipkeep of the .... and religious ptionai • • • Philip Schwartz and ter, Ray %  %  %  %  • n iting with Mi and Mi S W<. and fam;• %  -.;. Miami :' % %  .. another grand Jewish singing and talking picture "THE JEWISH MELODY" coming to the PLAZA THEATRE Tuesday, March 25th z-*izi-fcii7 Mat %  %  ai u I' -. %  I: ... "%  i -tad Mn Ma %  -. .-1 i od friend ..feed i ati • • • Mrs. JeasBM .•-. xi JewV i rax ... arrive : t the Ladies I uv Fn Mark aria Post 174. She at -_%  Beatn and Mrs .-. Brook ret iry A tenring Mi 5 rrr.ar. it the new Seven Seas ?. rant • • Rabbi Ch. Bloch :' ?•' J r and Rabbi Dr Reuben M r guest peaken at thia ting of the Da ig -: Isand the i ivision Tne next i ting ... be held it the -. congregation Miami Wi Ine y=? night, % % % %  ith Rabbi Moses Mescheloff pn "T.-.•%  purpose of the orgar.:za:::r. minate information concerning the Jrv.-;sr. laws of family purity and to esta : Ritualariu in our communit; • • • Second Annual Donor Dinner Pi • %  • : V,' ::. : Orgart:za"..'.:' tak placcMarch 23 at thi Vi I r Hotel %  :. The accomplished .".• ntal performer, Sarah Osnath Ka:--.y accompanMi '.'. icov at ".'.•• piai %  •. special guest of the evening. The entire proceeds of the affair will be sent to a:d in the rehabilitation of Palestine. • • • Mr. and Mtt. Leon Elltin, Drt-xel Ave Miami Beach, were hosts at a dinner honoring Mr. Joseph |Baskir.. National Secretary of the Workmen's Circle of New York. Friday right at their home. Present were Mrs. B. Gebnier. New York: Mr and Mrs. L. Beninson. Chicago; Mr. M Robinowitz, Chicago; Mrs. Krikstone. Pittsburgh; Miss Shirley Elkin. • • • Miss Nellie Peretzman was honored at a surprise linen shower Thursday evening at her home given by her sisters-in-law. Shirley and Annabelle Peretzman. Cards, bingo and mah jongg were played, prizes awarded and refreshments served. Miss Peretzman is the bride-elect of Seymour Cohen and the wedding will take place March 23. %  j • v] : %  : Of%  : : %  M %  rer. Motif for %  rganiFl fan '-%  B Ma 1 Isky Hsrr. Hai pin • • • A Purim party bterarj r '•'•" -. of Gi ;: March 9 Mn H< rj ith ...... A Macdonej ma iker I the < r. 7 V.r.r.g of Purun Dr -•'. I : a'.so mging I wdef th km of Mr. Herman • • • Tr.e Miami Beach B th cele• raU : i irin ... I : rm i ( a:. : • .'.' ;.-.;:.; Their be held Wedni sday night a-. 7 p rn at the Jacob C tion A mas|uer rty to be held at the B I S -" ...;. night March 23rd. ar.d a motion picture showing Sunday mgl I March 30. at Beth Jac • • • For the beneiit National Children's Cari.ac Home card part:-:• • • r. Tuesa:;. ternoon at the New Yorker and 'Hoi Miami Bea under the sports \ Mr.Edward Robinson. MrJ. Meyi n, Mrs. S. i Mrs. 0^car Adler. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1941 The fifth and Ust concert of the Mlwl Beach series presented by the Ur.ivenity of Miami featuring Carr.eron McLean, baritone, win & held at the Ida M. Plater High SchooL Tickets may be ob: at the University of M:r at the auditorium • ling of the recitaL • • • Mrs. Diane Abramson has returnr home in Springfield, after spending several Miami Beach at the me HoteL DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN president of the World Zionist Organization, who will address the March 30th luncheon session of B'nai B'nth in Chicago. 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IITIM. nut W. 1'Uclrr t K. W. nih Are., ttarn .North I-i I' II. St. Open S A. M. to 6 P. H. DNEOF FLDRIDAS Qiitstamlim] Qtt\ai Turn J JOE MOSS PRESENTS— BERT FROHM AN Of Stage. Screen and Radio Fame, and His "SPRINGTIME IN THE TROPICS" Revue With Miami's Loveliest-th. Conga Girl. 3 SHOWS NIGHTLY-9:30. 12:30. 3:00 2 Orchestras-Continuous Dancing W. Flagler St. at 18th Ave. THE NEW Dinner from $1 Never a Cover In the Tropics



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FRIDAY, MARCH 14. 1941 *Jewisti Flcridliw 10 RE-ESTABLISH JE Wi IS GOAL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) ing differences of opinion with regard to the distribution of the funds raised and each of three agencies announced independent campaigns. At the negotiations leading to the reconstruction of the United Jewish Appeal, the J. D. C. was represented by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman, and Harold F, Linder and Dr. Solomon Lowenstein, vice-chairmen. The United Palestine Appeal negotiators were Dr. Silver, chairman, and Dr. Stephen S. Wise and Judge Morris Rothenberg, co-chairmen. AARON DAVID GORDON IS SHOWN DAGANA HONORS Dagania A., Palestine (WNSPalcor Agency)This "Mother of the Kvutzoth in Eretz Israel," which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, inaugurated the new Aaron David ben Uri Gordon House in commemoration of the Labor leader and philosopher who was one of the pioneer group that established this colony on the eastern shore of the Jordan River as this century entered its second decade. The Gordon House contains a Museum of Natural History, a library with a general reading room and various research rooms. Here will be kept green the memory of the man who in his lifetime was one of Dagania's most outstanding personalities. PAGE THREE The Community Chest needs your help! GIVE!— R. W. BROWN & CO. Fertiliser Manufacturers SOUTHERN FLORIDA FERTILIZER COMPANY TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS 1 SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone Homestead 1711 OFFICE: MIAMI. FLA. PHONE 2-3264 Edward M. M. Warburg, of New York, Chairman of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Inc., (left) and Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of Cleveland, National Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, are shown after signing an agreement reconstituting the United Jewish Appeal as the fund-raising instrument for the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and the National Refugee Service, Inc., for the year 1941. The uniting of forces, motivated by the widely-expressed desire of American Jews, will result in a unified fund-raising effort for Jewish victims of war and persecution abroad, for the upbuilding of the Jewish homeland in Palestine, and for the program for immigrants coming to the United States. The agreement was signed at the office of the United Jewish Appeal, 342 Madison Avenue, New York City. PIONEER WOMEN'S GROUP INCREASES ACTIVITIES Cognizant of the necessity of increased efforts stressed by a special call from the Moatzoh Hapoaloth, the Pioneer Women's Organizations of Greater Miami are planning a series of events for the future to secure additional funds for the work of the organization. After having completed an active season including a cultural evening, celebrating the president's re-election, a Chanuka party attended by a capacity crowd, the annual supper of the organization held last month, and a litreary gathering at the home of Mrs. R. Marcus addressed by Mr. M. Freilichoff and Mrs. R. Dechovitz, the group will sponsor the farewell gatherFor Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal ing honoring Dr. J. Pomeranze. well-known physician and writer, on Friday evening, March 14 at the Biscayne Collins Hotel, Miami Beach. Tourists as well as residents are invited to the meetings of the Pioneer Women's LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE VISITOR IN MIAMI David Zeitani, representative of Seaboard Region of League for Religious Labor in Palestine, is residing at 1528 Drexel avenue. Group which are held at 814 2nd Miami Beach, where he will be 828 3rii St.. Miami Till"".!: WMilMI'IK! !IMIH St., and Beach. 'iiir'iu,!,! • HILLEL HY-LITES • by STANLEY B. RICHARD riiHiMlllipn.inirtiU'iW.MllllilIliiBi'i.miiinn'.ajjiilil.: Ansel Wittenstein of Orlando triumphed over two feminine contestants. Mitsi Joyce Solomon of Miami Beach and Selma Schloss of West Palm Beach, both of Florida State College, in the second annual Florida Hillel contest on March 9. Wittenstein will meet other district and state winners in the regional contest at North Carolina State College for Women on March 28. Wittenstein's topic is "Jewish contributions to civilization." during the next week. The Religious Labor Movement unites all groups of religious pioneers and workers who believe in religious Zionism and who seek to rebuild the economic structure of Jewish life on a sound productive basis in Palestine. Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation W OF MIAMI <5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Chrer $5,S000OO J. M. LIPTON. Prsidnt On Wednesday evening. March 12, the Daughters of Israel of the Gainesville Congregation, acted as hostesses to the University of Florida Hillel at a Purim party at the Gainesville Synagogue. In religious observance of the occasion the Megillah was read. Rabbi Eichorn, Hillel director, gave the sermon. The Daughters of Israel served Hamentashen and other Purim delicacies. PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. Albert Gasper was installed as president of B'nai B'rith Auxiliary at a meeting at Luzlanne Cafe Monday. Joseph Lesser conducted the installation. Mrs. Maurice Dickson. outgoing president, presided. JEWS IN BULGARIA TICALLY By (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) the prisoners were sent to concentration camps in the Reich. A report from Belgrade stated that Jews in Yugoslavia wen panic-stricken as "collaboration' between Yugoslavia and Germany appeared inevitable. Assurances that Germany would send no troops into Yugoslavia were received with skepticism in Jewish circles in that country and did little to alleviate the tension. Yugoslav Jewish leaders felt that an economic alliance with Germany would lead to the same anti-Jewish restrictions as an actual military occupation. AN OPEN LETTER We wish to advise the Jewish people of Miami that the "Vaad Hakashrus" has secured the services of a permanent supervisor who has begun to observe the shops of the following butchers who have agreed to observe all laws of Kashrus. Up to the present date these are the butcher shops: Dade Kosher Butcher, 159 N. W. 5th street; General Kosher Butcher, 1169 West Flagler street: Grossman's Kosher Butcher, 809 S. W. 18th avenue. We strongly urge that: Number One:—That no fowl be purchased in this area unless each fowl has a kosher ring on its leg. Number Two:—We strongly urge that every customer take note of a poster that must be on premise at all times if the shop is to be identified as a strictly kosher place. Your cooperation is absolutely essential. Signed: Vaad Hakashrus of Miami (Rabbi) Abraham Kellncr (Rabbi) Max Shapiro The Community Chest needs the support of everyone in this area. Whether you have a little or a lot of money GIVE!— Rabbi Manuel Greenstein read the Magillah at the first Purim services Wednesday evening at Beth El Temple. DUTCH JEWS MUST REPORT DAILY TO NAZI GESTAPO Mrs. Aaron Bergman, 1702 S. Lake avenue, has recovered after being ill for several weeks. J. Kaufman was host at Shalis Sude at Sher Hall last Shabbos.. Zurich (WNS)—All Jews in Holland must report daily to the Gestapo headquarters nearest to their homes. The Jews will have to furnish Gestapo heads with a complete list of their planned activities for the day. At the same time the Nazi administration for the Netherlands notified all Jewish organizations that they will have to surrender their independent status and join the Nazi-created Federation of Jewish communities. ITALIAN POLICE ARREST JEWISH LEADERS IN TRIPOLI Cairo (WNS)—An attempt to detract public attention from the military defeats suffered by the Italian army in Libya motivated the mass arrests of leading members of the Jewish community in Tripoli, according to information received here. Flying squads of Italian police swooped down on the Jewish quarter of Tripoli and seized all well-known Jews. The police took into custody also a number of prominent Arabs and Greeks, LOOK! 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"• 3-^-::;^; Dubamel :;rr.e-d French poet and drcmctist did -: '-%  %  -.'1 La beet ": crc-r-zs* fee Nazi :cr.cfv.erors cf his country in his : ; DTW z-z-zc cr.c even procklbned en the aclcet that this is a z ;.= .-.-. -.•which ever, fee GouiKXD uiiltiiellMM would not ban" ... ----. %  • %  r 1 n The Scafe howerej prov e d feot their taches wwerd eppecsers^ beven • :.-. anged They ve bunted the entire hrst edition 1 z -; 10 fee book—S5 111 copiee Thia :emL-.is us of the exper.ence :: cm American _-. Parii who feoughi he might just cs well play ball wife the bosses So he spent c lot of'time and money on DEFENSE -.*-c-<* only "'. "."..'.'".:. .vdemocracy trnc :z zzsszzz fee proecCrfOn Z-'. —e r.em£T-nere vw..v_;* irn _iv"cer ^'-r nv ts very n~-—-e .s a defensive iarce Oar Dacvaj nose-s le me ~r"zz.z Oceam v.v: feaee we wZ e-i"vn^i.v _n fee Adanhc ere : %  ccsri rt "' • parties ::: Nazi officers With fee result that the Nczis, find1 '--•-.: —pcssle :z beheve then un American could actually i _ie hen rumeci hall hit celcncrlncs in a search for hidden '-" %  %  •-•'• : BTJaevidence cf fee esc.cr.rre rmvmes of which they suspected the msterdais have gentle man Did yon know feat Nazi soldiers recently inthe l-izj -. raded fee himnui Monttparte Cemetery of Paris and destroyed! toue (ewisfa poet Heuuich Heine? ... And] Lorelei is so femous end beloved m Gerlien ..-.rabba many feet even fee Naae couldn't kill it off; it's now listed M -z:z,:..:.z ::i~. the tcmn z: fee then ;.:;-v: u refrsm from profeat whvle Heme = ^ e Challenge to Israel fee work of en 'unknown cuthor in the Nazi-sponsorec colleci^imst tncjting ntions c: DimortaJ German poems? %  -. -. :-..-. the vriii.iv :: THIS AND THAT ;::.-s report Heard on New York Scr.ntc we hear hes 3C2 new business enterprises .""." • "...r. ma: rgai inu-Xan ------.-. iid be made ; Nazi pren v-v.-i-.-i-e the ;-;•;;-—;_ r ; .-uf"r"^ ononai asi .-/:•-;;-. v Marh 7 *w ^ %  r** %  every year marks not only St v. e-^'rv,: .W*^^!** =lso ^ S!e F hen S. Wise's birthday, will th*| = %  ; refugees w-.fe employees totaling over 3.000 ... Mcfeemcmca Y ee hiva Colleges mathematical qu<£ terly :er laymen hevs kerned c most interesting catalogue of 85 bocks end portfolios feat would make c most valuable addition te an ybodys Bbrory The collection stresses the philosopbicol literary, artistic and recreational aspects of mathematics. vi v.: .r.tAr.e ;-_ illvw ;-e Amr.*rem %:.-:-. :: z ;r.e '-r~ '.; •.*._ %  c:-vr^erot.vri with t.-.e I..:.-, v'v-.it.vri. Tne peo-1 pie cf tr.% Netherlands would dc % % %  :.. to tiice note of fen' nd we're sure he'd a?| Bernard Sega. column for the occasion—March 18thpreciate comments from his readers. PRIZE OFFER CLOSES Well we've about given up hope as regards that third readj er who'll send m fee correct answer to our question anent fl* rr.ed ~ ost comi f on masculine first name in the world ... Of course, feel fee Haz have estahhshed a we get "^ corTect C3SW before this appears we'll sendtt Jew...g.-.e-.-.-. -. Rotterdam fol! !" te e %  %  co ?y ^ Dr. Emanuel Lasker's "The Communi, ir.g a =.-ies of anti-Nazi m, f ?, %  • • %  the moment this appears in print our prt ..-. that city, it was rezo ^ x %  n The answer, as two of our hundreds of th*l v.-.-; -at a hnck was t.-.rvwn f 11 ^ ^readers c^-ectly stated, is: Mohammed By wayfl •..-.:.-gh the window of a shop >nsokrtion for tnose who guessed wrong: It wasn't one of th*! things you could guess ... The prize-winners didn't guH they had read ti somewhere, and remembered. POT-POURRI ,w dn y i l^^sley won't be finishing his new play, on M feeme of Jefferson, as soon as he had expected Uncle H v.-.!;. cases of emergency Trai-; tS?^^ a year of his toe


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IFV. FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1941 fJewisii ftorkilar PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avnm Phone 6-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'w Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21t Terrace TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. E. 19th Mr H i Office Phone 2 7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6 1286 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaOorce Drive Ph. 61738 Miami Beach Daily Synagogue Services Shachriss, daily at 7 and 3 a. m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m. Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m. to 6:15 p. m.; Friday and Saturday at 6:00 p. m. Maariv, daily at 6:45 p. m.; Saturday at 6:55 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on the Portion of the Week. Closing Friday Night Service How Will It End?" will be the subject of the lecture by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff this Friday night. This will close the Rabbi's fourth series of winter lectures. This year's series was very successful. Seats were at a prtmium. Many were unable to crowd into the synagogue. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. We hope to see all those who attended during the past few months, with us this coming year, please God. Bar Mitzvas Maxwell Friedopfer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Friedopfer of Forest Hills, Long Island, wiil celebrate his becoming Jewishly "of age" during the services this Sabbath morning. Seymour Ostrofsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ostrofsky, will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzvah during the Young Israel services in the Talmud Torah building this Saturday. May the parents continue to bring them up L'Torah, L'Chuppa ul'Maasim tovim. Twelfth Annual Purim Concert We urge all our members to turn out to our annual Purim concert at the Floridian Hotel Sunday night. Show your congregational spirit and communal feelings. We expect this to be one grand membership get-together. Don't disappoint us. A good orchestra. A two-hour floor show. Children's Purim Entertainment The children of our Religious School will present a Purim entertainment Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the synagogue. Admission charge is nominal for adults. All children welcomed free of charge, and served refreshments, too! A splendid Purim play, Shushan in Review, and an elaborate program of songs, recitations, etc. will be presented. You will be sure to have a good time. And don't forget the children. Daughters of Israel Society The Daughters of Israel Society and men's division will meet Wednesday night to continue their work on behalf of Family Purity. Every adult is welcome. Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself from the congregation."—HilleL For Prompt and Courteous Service MOUSLEY Service Station 302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach PHONE 5-S407 Yeur Satisfaction — Our pleasure Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 14, at 8:15 o'clock, the sermon, "Purim, An Ever Present Experience," will be delivered by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. In observance of Council Sabbath in our community's congregations, Mrs. M. Selig will present a Council message on Purim, at the service. A reception for worshipers, tendered by the Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, will follow the services. Sabbath Morning Service Saturday morning, March 15, at 11:00 o'clock, the services will include congregational singing of responses, Torah reading, and interpretation of weekly Biblical portion by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the Confirmation Class assist in the reading of the service. Father and Son Night Following its policy of serving our Temple and the community as an organization answering ihe needs of social brotherhood and good fellowship, the Men's Club of Temple Israel is going to hold a "Father and Son" night on the evening of Thursday, March 27. Annual Garden Party Looked forward to with pleasureful anticipation each year, is the Sisterhood's annual Garden Party. This year the committee chairmen have succeeded in obtaining the beautiful island home of Mrs. Morris Litt. located at 6575 Allison Road. Allison Island, Miami Beach. (Entrance to Allison Island, opposite St. Francis Hospital.) The entire afternoon is designed for the pleasure of those who will avail themselves of the opportunity of attending. There will be games of mah jongg, bridge, bingo, and delicious refreshments will be served. No raffles will be held to mar the social enjoyment of the afternoon. Many beautiful door prizes will be presented. Mrs. Max Orovitz is chairman of the ticket committee, and Sisterhood members and their lady friends should avail themselves of tickets immediately by calling Mrs. Orovitz, 2-5482. Admission for the Garden Party is $1.00 per person. Home baked cakes will be obtainable in attractive cake booth. Buy your cakes at the Sisterhood booth at the Garden party. Members of the committee, serving with Mrs. J. A. Richter and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, cochairmen, are: Mrs. Benj. Bronston, Mrs. Walter E. Bronston, Mrs. E Max Goldstein, Mrs. H. I. Homa. Mrs. Stanley Jacobs, Mrs. Manuel Joseloff, Mrs. Henry Kauffmann, Mrs. Sam Lavine, Mrs. Bertha Levy Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Irene Plotky, Mrs. Dan Ruskin, Mrs. Tobias Simon, Mrs. Max Steuer, Mrs. Jos. Weintraub, and Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson. Religious School Students of the Temple Israel Religious School will be guests of a treat this Sunday morning when the Purim celebration will take place. Movis slides of the Purim Story, as well as news events of importance of the past year in addition to a comedy, will be presented, under sponsorship of the Men's Club of Temple Israel and the Sisterhood. The Religious School board has also arrangcl for homentaschen to be given to the children. Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Harry Nevins head the committee of arrangements for the celebration. Parents of children in the Religious school, as well as members interested in the welfare of our Congregation, are invited to attend. There will be no admission charge. 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: Elizabeth Sylvia Taradash, wife of Mr. William Taradash; Jacob Berman, son of Mr. Hyman Berman; Sophie Feldman. mother of Mrs. Jos. S. Garvett. Yahrzeits: Etta Rose Davis, mother of Mr. Gordon Davis, Mr. Jacob Davis and Mr. Louis H. Davis; Bernard Lasky, father of Mrs. Nat Roth; Frederick Scheuer. brother of Mr. Albert Scheu er; Bertha Binswanger, mother of Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Riza Whitelow. mother of Mrs. Milton L. Sternberg; Alexander Samuel Zuckcr, father of Mrs. Jules Pearlman and husband of rMs. Jessie Zucker; Harry Baskind. father of Mrs. Benj. H. Kohl. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi Rabbl'e Residence: 1823 S. W. 14th Terrafce Phone 8-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S W. Third Street CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami'* Pioneer Conrea,Uon) 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. 1S5 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SMAPIHO, rtabbi 498 S. W. 18th Road Office Phone f-1478 Home Phone t-2176 W. I. Z. O. LAUNCHES NEW CAMPAIGN FOR WOMEN London (WNS-Palcor Agency) —The Women's International Zionist Organization, in cooperation with the Keren Hayesed in its present drive for funds in Great Britain, launched a special Women's Campaign at a luncheon held at Brook House under the chairmanship of Mrs. Israel M. Seiff, co-chairman with Mrs. Vera Weizmann of W. I. Z. O. Guest of honor at the luncheon was Mrs. Weizmann, the Jewish Agency President's wife, who will accompany her husband on his visit to America, for which he is scheduled to leave shortly. Give to the Community Chest, it's a very worthy cause. HOLLEMANS GRILL "The Food The Service The Price— Incomparable" Dinners From ... 50c Breakfast Luncheon Dinner 14th Street at Washington MIAMI BEACH GOAT MILK GOVERNMENT TESTED HERD Licensed and Inspected By Public Health Beard For Daily Deliveries Call 7-2952 Dr.Elliotts Goat Dairy 8980 M. W. 27th Avenue Visitors Welcome Siyum Sefer Torah On Sunday night, March 16 at 7:30 the congregation will celebrate the presentation of a new Sefer Torah to the synagogue. Our dear brother, Mr. Louis Block, presents the Sefer Torah in memory of the late Mrs. Rose Block Oleo Hasholom in whose memory were also presented the beautiful chandeliers of Mr. Block. The ceremonies will begin at 7:30 and will feature a guest address by Rabbi Solomon Sadowsky, dean of the Orthodox Rabbinate in Rochester. N. Y. and an address by Abraham A. Kellner, and greetings by the president of the congregation. Mr. H. M. Drewich. Several vocal selections will be offered by distinguished visiting cantors and the well-known Jewish orchestra of Mr. Drucker will render popular Jewish numbers. We hope that our friendj will avail themselves of the opportunity to celebrate with us on this happy occasion and rejoice with us in this sacred celebration. Gala Purim Meeting Our Ladies Auxiliary will hold its annual gala Purim meeting this Tuesday afternoon. March 18 at 2 p. m. in the Y. M. H. A. building. A very fine program has been prepared, consisting of an address by Rabbi Kellner ;ind a talk on "Women Through the Ages," by Mrs. George Chertkof. Miss Phyllis Schulman will sing and the Habonoth Buds will present a Purim play. The cultural program has been planned by Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner, cultural chairman. The entire membership is cordially invited. Habonoth The Habonoth Buds will present a Purim play, "The Casting of the Lots" at the Ladies Auxiliary meeting on March 18 and in the assembly of the Sunday School on March 23. The play is being coached by the Buds sponsor, Mrs. Abraham Kellner. The Buds meet every Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the new synagogue. All girls between 9 and 12 are invited to attend these meetings. Thank You Rabbi Kellner is grateful for the many felicitations received for his radio program last Sunday afternoon on WIOD. Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner also take this means of thanking their many friends for the telegrams received on the celebration of their 6th wedding anniversary last Monday, March 10. Purim Celebrations The Sunday School and Talmud Torah classes will hold a Purim celebration on Sunday, March 23. The Habonoth Buds will present the play and a very Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 5 :30 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :30 a.m. Hebrew School, dally_ 3:15-6:15 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays._10:80a.m. Late Friday Evening Services 8 :15 p.m. Late Friday Evening Services Late Friday evening services will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max Shapiro will officiate and Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the prayers. Mrs. Meyer Schwartz will speak briefly for the Council of Jewish Women. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Temple Israel, will be guest speaker. He will discuss the subject. "Ethics and Etiquette in Judaism." An Oneg-Shabbos will follow and refreshments will be served by the Council of Jewish Women. Sabbath Services Services will be conducted Saturday morning at 8:30 and Junior services will begin at 10:30 o'clock. During the services. Moey, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tendrich, will become bar mitzvah. Immediately after the benediction, a reception will be held in the auditorium, and Moey will act as host to the Junior Congregation. Purim Celebration Purim will be observed during assembly this Sunday morning. Purim refreshments will be served to the Sunday School children, and a play will be presented by Miss Harriet Dammcnstein and Miss Miriam Weintraub. Yahrxeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life were observed last week: Gittle. mother of Messrs. Joe and Isador Fine; Moshe, father of Leo Rosen; Shmuel, father of Ben Silver; and these Yahrzeiten will be memorialized this Friday evening during the late services: Fruma, mother of Mrs. Nathan Markowitz; Mordechai, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Mayer; Yisroel Moshe, father of Charles Rosengarten; Yisroel, husband of Lee Alpert; Mordechai, father of Wolf Blutstein. Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the radio hour over WIOD this S*unday afternoon from 3 to 3:30 o'clock. The rabbi will discuss the subject, "Ethics as the Basis for Life." entertaining program has been prepared. Refreshments to the children will be served by the Ladies Auxiliary. Congratulations Heartiest congratulations are hereby extended to Mr. and Mrs. D. Dubbin upon the birth of their daughter. May they raise her L'Chupa Ula' Maasim Tova. 1' 4 IB



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PAGE SIX +Jmist>fk>r**or FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 194] EVEN STRIDE HAS BEEN CROWNED US communiTy CHEST cflmpfliGn The N'uis :-; %  Stal Ev< -. Sir. far 1M hound r i.. -g i. i '-"'. %  at W Flat .-: -'..-. Readme tl art My Topper A fag racing ode W rid rha .-.--Rul s mark f rias at Plagler bj scoring ha 14th mFern Nature i :... •: Run ? -F I Ma U E r Br the* Night Stej --• and • .-.. i.~ in tl ..:-..%  -.-•-. history ... event and picking tl : the Futuntj al .. : •. :-.si g >ing i be a! it as tough as :; was trying u name the Nurserj bampioi efoi tr [ i.li i:C =s •_-.; ::e-ve ::: Dairying OB the organization's rnani-':.=.Z"A I activiaee :r: the :er 12 months Dace County Community -r.c= =e :=^^: extra* thai while aid to wen suiie:e:s is comdistress ahome. This year '" e Chest -ier T _• ; _"' -S H-i-C K ."T..6V: H-S_e = 5 J ......tr. lua jw— -.— -^___._^-.-;_business* c conduct their own soliciting at rosTenience At as todJcotkHJ z: the value c: Chest efforts to the : Ch : efforts hen %  a breakdown :: the results achieved by the c:7~r.:zs:ion = z-e hundred sad eighty families cared for. 92,208 tril ated ; _; -'nighte lodging re* Steak wimil :.rirrrr.er.is and =-:*= r added la school lunches 23 901 transient -elc—ii 41 539 jirls ~r.d women cssisted, fad !4r ::? pisa z: : I z*ernment U rean Turke) s -;• front 3: i Er.ii.DweUing .-. on the subsequent forces the •r.ti in the Near East an now -.r.-.-T.r.g upon = new phase characterized by i new German -..-.r_£-. -. i -.virii the East :%  .:. Drang Nair. Osten H --.i-. that Gennany'j a:...,,„ .....,,_ Jerusalem ANs-Pa.cor Asenrurkej from her —, ... ?*, -..-. .... ...,,.,,. % %  — -••contnbuuon of .• :,:^, s •"< %  -" eo %  provision of g< %  : _-:-.i. or.^s • %  .. • r —• limited to provision of etne-ra' „ = -. Sa£ E netra Hevoicec -..,, ;.,,, ,-,: ., '---=-_r-r.i ; nkn ledg : ^ __. ^ -:?:! ^ ; : : %  -%  ^•-•-:_a:i : .,, t. Dou e!a H SS. •ervi a= a connecting link beFor thi .: n d nsecutive year = %  .-. _i u _.-.;.; from a!! ^ir_s -.f •... ,'•— %  vacati rung f Palestine Ihere is no intention of establishing a munitions industry in this country," he continued". oecausi of the lack of the raw materials necessary for such an 2>r Joseph betook KIAS COMMITTEE SPONSOR tween the British Middle East -•: • : resided ANNUAL BENEFTr DINNER Command and the manufacturers -. Itanada assen that Pi %  •'•• Jewry i 1 to put in the :.z if: f some 4( XX men tc fight alongside the Britfor the pi tecti %  '. IU frontiers .-. %  %  r.tin;• that the G -. -•'--%  at the -Di Josec thai ince i .itbreak .' the % %  %  -: there hx\ • '. the dtev. pment I sal and mi tuati .thi Near East A: th< beginning BrjtFi ind al" • -"' Turk*; com%  xmtrol of 1 -. tern Med%  %  r r '-' nent danE STAKES FEATURE SATURDAY RACES Tropical Park—Ten youngt•.. rthe pick of the Miami s'.ables. are expected to tak fling at fame and fortur Saturday's second running of the $2,000 added Orange Blossom Stakes. Inaugurated in 1940 and won last season by General Jack. yearold colts and geldings i postward in quest of the r s share of the purse, expected to net in the neighborhood of SI.900. Favored in the early run-down is the Allen T. Simmons entry which will be drawn from among Bold Question. Eternal Bull. General Jean and Zo Zo. Seldom, in the recent history of the Miami turf, has one outfit revealed a irtet of such fleet young runners, and any one of the four may prove to be the ultimate winner Bold Question is the mainstay of the barn, although the unbeaten Z Zo may yet prove the best of thi lot General Jean and Eternal Bull have also revealed their own fitness for the Saturday task Marshall Field's Ack-Ack. named for the anti-air defense guns guns which make a peculiar "'ackick' sound while in opera., also looms a formidable factor in the division of the spoils. H-.won impressively on a rt-cnt on. Mrs A B. Karle's K. Rounder is also expected to be a starter, taking the place left vacant by his stablemate, K. Dorko. one which came up with a case of buckvd shins. Ben F Li equally high on his juvenile gelding. \V .-..:. HP. Diel-eletri IOWDV liveiNo. tm'MrthTidinj omlwrt %  t hifii j**v-4. Compl^lelr lir no. dtt.'.r* d Club. i',unr*, dicinf m<3 tleeping ran. Herida'i Llo'-riiIfiB train. 10th Kaun. L. Miami l:lSPJI.dat>y. Thre oth^r train* dail from Miami to the Ea*t in'lodraf th* ^il-.*-r M*-?eor, famom ilreamlined eoa'h train. Coatwh Ttktt A y aul or T. W. Uckvtt. A.Q.PJL. 171 t fWfWf St. Mumltl: J-aWl GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! ar.d abroad. .-•arrangements committee. a eonsi der importation on the f which Joseph L Tepper, Washaccount of the government, or Italian advance .-_.Egypt and ,n ton ettomey and social work1**" u m Prary provision ot the iu attempt at inva ion : Jr. a ;i '''" :rrr an include outstand-i ecessar v fu nds." Palestine too was the target of ing representatives of Jewish! Mr Harris wai attack by Italian bomben Then con ^umties throughout the. a ains t reaching the conclusion ame the reves .. b every ecur -*-'>' Among those who will" j — ..... paper reader knows so we rj • %  present to address the gathering will be Dr Alexander MucCARS FOR RENT Day. Week. Month. Season AB Makes Sedans, Coupes Ccr.vtrtibles Lowest Rates in Town Come In And Talk It Over with Mudd 16Z5 N. E. 2nd AT.. 3-581J — Phone — 4305S Open EYening TU 10 that Palestine industry is about to enter us golden age. "Palestine can produce littl,. aoney literary critic of the Jew-, which is not obtainable e si-sn Morning Journal: Ephraim where," he declared "Ther,. i. f-?rTv T P K Margosh a "d no room here for large prof, Jacob Kershenbaum of the same,or inflated wages. Palestine can newspaper. Rabb. Colman Zw.tnot compete on equal SSm. with iSr^^r^v.ir'L^ C ommum,y ch — Ann .uiKinji to 'l iha< .. ;• x % % %  •.in.! Dininc Row" 'l i* opetl to the public for thr I oei 1! Jldir*<• ai>o take the rriv-.kirr to II KathnMh i obverrrd to ilulullcM eMCBI The quiltty <•• lood in.l t!,e vnm thall be ot live beat Our rtttt 1m '*< %  full rifki m9> Reserrations to Be Made In Advance PHONE 5-2103 RUMMAGE NEEDED Anyone havir* art Idea of clothing, furniture. et. thC air not beina; uaed or needed. pleaaa cooperate with the Ladl.ea Auxiliary of the Jewle* welrare Bureau. and aend MAOa STORE maintained bf them. vou Cannot Bring Theee to the RUMMAGE STORE Located at 1*7 N. W. Sth t. ,. Pleaae Phone J', r L. J. Harti. t-71S Mra. Morris OuMer. 5-3517 Mr. Harry Kaufman. B-4SSI •*• %  Welfara Office. S-5S7T •Jre Meyer Sehwartx. StSS* and they will be called far



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FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1941 vJewlstncrkMan PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Al Pallot Night Huge Success One of the largest gatherings ever to witness a testimonial in this area were present at the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday night, when over 450 people paid tribute to Al Pallot on the occasion of his having been appointed Assistant Attorney General of the State of Florida. The outstanding leaders of the city, county and state wire present to join in this tribute. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y.M.H.A.. presented Al. in behalf of the doard, a resolution on parchment scroll praising Al for the fine work that he has done. The resolution reads as follows: Whereas, at a meeting of the hoard of directors of the Y.M.H. A. held on the 8th day of January, 1941 a resolution was unanimously adopted to tender E. Albert Pallot a testimonial in honor of his having been appointed Assistant Attorney General of Florida. And Whereas, said E. Albert Pallot has served as president and is now a member of the board of directors of the Y. M. H. A., and as such, thru his unselfish devotion and loyalty, has rendered excellent service to the community Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, that in appreciation of his loyalty, devotion and service and as a token of the high esteem in which he is held, the said E. Albert Pallot be presented with a scroll which shall incorporate a copy of said resolution. And Be It Further Resolved, that this resolution be spread upon the minutes and records of the Y. M. H. A. and made a permanent part thereof. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto subscribed in behalf of the Y. M. H. A., its officers and din ctors, our hands and seals this 9th day of March, 1941. Young Men's Hebrew Association A splendid piece of work was accomplished by Bill Shayne who was toastmaster for the evening with the following guests participating; Charles Morehead, law partner of the guest of honor; Charles A. Thomas, past master of the Coconut Grove Masonic Lodge of which Al is now Worshipful Master; the following Judges: Hon. Stanley Millege, Hon. Wayne Allen, Hon. Worth Trammel: Louis J. Hammel, assistant county solicitor, D. C. Coleman, sheriff; Isaac Levin, president 5th district B'nai B'rith; Mayor Alexander Orr. Jr.; Hon. J. Tom Watson, Attorney General; Murray Grossman, first president of the Y. M. H. A; James Dunn, City Commissioner; Thomas Ferguson, Justice of the Peace and Robert Taylor, County Solicitor, and J. Aron Abbott. Miss Phyllis Schulman, niece of Mr. Pallot, created a sensation when she sang a parody to the popular song, "He's My Uncle." The Drum and Bugle Corps, under the direction of Capt. H. Schulman, rendered musical selections. Nat Blumberg was chairman of the Al Pallot Night committee, assisted by Fred Shochet, Joe Schaffer, Sid Kraft Maurice Grossman, executive director, and your correspondent. May you always shed tears of joy, Al—Good Luck.— Sub Senior Division Election of officers of this division was held last Monday night and the following officers were duly elected: president, Sherman Freedman; vice-president, Mildred Berkowitz; secretary. Shirley Rothschild: treasurer, Carol Band; board members. Bea Merlin, Margaret Horowitz, Earl Klein, Al Berman. Our heartiest congratulations. Junior Division The first of a new series of fireside discussions under the direction of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and the Y. M. H. A., took place last Tuesday evening in the gymnasium of the "Y", when William I. Boxerman. regional director, discussed the first talk, entitled "Hep! Hep!". This was a treatise on the prejudices against the Jews and the why's and wherefore's of Anti-Semitism. Illustrated slides were shown after the discussion. Mr. Boxerman will conduct four lectures for each Junior group of the "Y". The next lecture will be held on Monday evening, at 9 o'clock at the "Y", before the Sub Senior group, which is composed of boys and girls from 19 to 25. Extremely interesting and timely—Be present. Book Review Maurice Grossman will review "Native Son" for the Book of the Month Club of the Y. W. H. A. next Wednesday evening, March 19. Everyone is invited, and admission is free. A most interesting surprise will be in store for all who attend. Leaves For Camp Blanding Sid Kraft, active worker of the "Y", will leave for Camp Blanding next Monday morning. Sid has been an ardent and zealous worker and all of us wish him good luck and God's speed. Bazaar Preparations are being made for the Bazaar that will be held next Saturday evening, March 22 and Sunday, March 23. As previously stated, many novelties will feature this event. Al Reisman, chairman of the Prize committee, announces that a General Electric Combination radio and victrola will be awarded on the night of March 23. Tickets are only 10c for this raffle, and may be obtained from any member of the Bazaar committee. There will be games of all kinds for the youngsters as well as the grownups. Make it your business to be present at least once during this gala bazaar. Jules Wilson has been added to the committee of the games department. Greek Night of Stars Tonight To Abe Aronovitz our heartiest congratulations for the splendid work he is doing in behalf of the Jews of this area and as acting ticket chairman for the Night of Stars to be held tonight at Bayfront Park at 8:30, for the benefit of the Greek War Relief Fund. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Oate Clearance Bureau, conceived for the benefit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for iti success upon the eontinued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning. To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as possible. The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing dates. BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL, open every week in the year anil Sundav Sessions begin Sunday morning. October 20. 1H40, ending Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. II. A. bowling games. SECOND MONDAY every month, regular meeting of Senior Hadassah. BECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY of each month, regular meeting of Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Veterans and also Kreda Markowitz Post. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress FOURTH MONDAY every month. board meeting. Senior Hadassah. EVERY TUESDAY MORNINCi—Temple Israel Sisterhood Sewing Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. SK('ONI) TUESDAY EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m. at Center, Euclid Ave. and 11th SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. MARCH 15—Jr. Hadassah. Colony Hotel, Miami Beach 1(5—Siyum Hatorah. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. 16—Beth Jacob Purim Ball 17—Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare Bureau luncheon meeting, Grossinger Hotel, 12:30. 19—Y. W. H. A. Book of Month Group. 19—American Jewish Congress. March meeting. Morris Bros. Auditorium. 22—Y. M. H. A. Bazaar. 23—Pioneer Women's Organization fcr Palestine. Annual Donor Dinner, Victor Hotel. 23—Bazaar at Y. M. H. A. 23—Cantor Mamches concert, Beth Jacob Congregation. Dog Racing Nightly Post Time 8:15 STEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND UJEfTFLflGLER KEnnEL CLUB uFfLudLti. at 37tli. ChrL NERVOUS TENSION Shows In both (ace and manner You are not fit company for yourself or anyone else when you are Tense, Nervous, "Keyed-up". Don't miss out on your share of good times. The next time overtaxed nerves make you Wakeful, Restless. Irritable, try the soothing effect of DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine Is a scientific formula compounded under the supervision of skilled chemists in one of America's most modern laboraf tories. Why don't PM try Itt Read foil dlrtetUna In packas*A( your DTO Store DR. MILES N ERVIN E Make Yourself Independent Old established corner Filling Station combined with profitable Used Automobile Part ItiisincM. Intersection two busy streets. Nine year lease. Aged owner wishes to retire. Price $2750. See Mr. Goodkind 909 Security Building Phone 2 5437 FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Home •fcr Jewish Children, Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — T. W. II A. Athletics at Y Clubroorrm. BVERY WEDNESDAY, Hudassah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kapvaii Hull, 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 Veetry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AKTERNCON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes buoeflt Red Cross at Y Clubrooms. EVERY THURSDAY EVENING— B'nai B'rith bowling games at Miami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m. EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY evenings. 8:16 o'clock, Y. M. H. A. Daskt'tball and Dance EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfson's home. 1009 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 25—Children's Aid Fund luncheon sponsored by Natl. Council Jewish Women. Miami Section, Lcrd Tarleton Hotel, 1 p. m. 26—Y. W. H. A. general meeting, program. 27—Temple Israel Men's Club Father and Son Night, Y. M. H. A. 30—Junior Hadassah Donor Dinner, Latin Quarter. 31—National Children's Cardiac Home, membership tea, 4250 W. Flagler St., 2 to 4 p. m. APRIL 1—National Children's Cardiac Home Bingo Party. 4—Senior Hadassah Garden party, benefit Jewish National Fund, home of Mrs. Samuel Shapiro. 2675 Flamingo Drive 27—Hadassah Highlights. EDITOR AND SCIENTIST CONFER Meyer W. WeisgaJ, newly elected Executive ViceChairman of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, is shown in animated discussion with Albert Einstein at a recent meeting. MR. FOSTER'S STORE (AIR CONDITIONED) 33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-7694 OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE FURNITURE GREETING CARDS ENGRAVING ifc I i '1 I



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?AGE E3GHT Je*1stfkrk09r FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1341 The ADL News Service WILLIAM : 3C>3MA* ^recjK AJTI 2 >EF AMAII0! LEA S VI STRICTLY %  .-. .".'•"-''-• y see. this car. %  %  -----frC M • %  r ;• : %  I -.it*-. • ~ .:.:: "-.-. -" "--.-= :: ? %  %  • %  -.. %  : ..... _-.... %  ... ."I •-" e ted 5 %  -.gr.< i • •--• Tidbit* troen ETarrwhere s PH:>TEAS J BIRCW ;;•. \ E C FROM = 3 E luie You have Ar novitz :• .. m :-..-• •---.i.T--7-"-" •• _AXSWEB Fiar.de Piswtr.ts Ser^t 1: _= no ? :-: i ..-.e •--.r AIL SD n-..-:-. rnh the -: th< V Nang Mess's Bebrra AsacciaQOB ::-:.-_;.;• >x boa at ..-:--"..' i Sresade lisi:~r4at has c-ussi-.r. j;r.>: -.: :• knowt as en feaRered %  '•) %  _' --'• Taru ar.: Farcies The ter t-s s... :: the refug Bus %  intended -.-_-*.-..;• far Jewish a enurerj untrue according tc fOBta a law ;ZT groups :' 14 M a ;ci:-r~rr: Dj K BresM W od:5 tad U he 11 Out ittroop rufl executive inector :'. the will BMC4 no Monday erenmg American 7: — v—for Chnsi.-.2 •_-.* .-.%  ?: Tuesday ereUai Refugees a> the New York nag if rvcr. see:.-.-: -**£ Times of January 11=: The refThe Scat tu c si da entitled agees coming u that eounHef Bcp am held ac Toestry ara %  per east Chnaoai and gay evening March 11 at I M 44 pat eaei Jewish ilo:* ..-. the V M H A build— EM continual cry ri_ : ^-: :; %  mg, 196? S. W m 5: -.•.:-. Wflcertain el enema that Jewish ref.-*.-. : 3-.TT— an leadaig the in.{ *r ui_-j :•: j;:; thai r^ss::r. Arr:-? the ajnetnnrn Bheuld belooj u Anwrieani .; %  iinniiiil at v_= cane were Whj equallj falae -" tht i atary -s -^.rTr ::r;.^:= aza.-^: the refugees hare brought: Jew? Boa did .: i.. start' What industries %  • -is kept a ahre' Doe* presentthj ^nfiek in i -v act;-SesEJsn: iiffer fron recent issue of the Survej 3raphace DTgasized Jewish and ChrisQOB about -"=: refug* in %  • = poapi u %  -r the prooioicg for -: tndustna] %  : Jewish youth "T:Z* aed skiH uxi in edge I the Future fa nd nth* series idhranced ;r:.:r:i^i :: manufacaclude Peanut r.:-n an anturmg and busineti in the ipenM i.':i-i 3f the zanner m --...an .-.£ _: ; v p -.:..; .r. _r lorernment is meeting the threat j vast national resources The f %  -'.< %  fifth Kthnsmsti bj Mrs ramiftfations cd the rerugea ntw. : 5:x*rrr.ir i ilas tu asio n &l : E r jatenseljf O.i Lies—Kew Liars." led by por further i ni or ma ti ..: 3er: G ed al eci a sealing will the reconatnead the following put ivarioiH lioels against Jews and :a:.:r^ which :: v ulat • at the Within Our ^ives a prwerADL odfice The Atlantic We tatJon ad the refugee pro)less :y Amerieaai Survey Sranhic i~a"img America Ameri ung so i N :"i LirrAdler uv ari 1 : t pla .ny tra that • Rod star N Y Bebeve t or not a West :;.. rep rts that a S = r 7: .-. : night spots the red • Qtertainen keef the customen happy =:• singing Yidlisr folk wogs C^.: sir a reconiinendationi t see A-.: S: I: >n Sight i highly poignmt and t autifu] pictumation .: the ..-i£ : ;--£ %  : od refugees first B ai Radk ::y Musk Hi ABOUT PEOPLE I ai Tan whs z.~z las: -*—-•: she was the • %  ifc -'. Sam Ji"* the n: ted actor aras r I :r..> i i-erj talented singes and actress tx a*as stated I be:. — -: MM :' ".." -. stars th %  ''. Opera Zompanj ras one I the ir st z.::-. z pardisti ra singing in the country Kaei Sai always ser %  • -i ~ : ;: charmix i • % % % %  ,U Tr.v : Ioks to lsm%  j must have reaa ibout a tasi driver in •Aounded He -:• %  socr. receive — ..-:..:.,. :' Valor. Br • Rudj Adler, now that a-.e S^ht .: Stan is over, has -.;.-.,; •. :.s duties as ip chairman He rethe receipt of fifteen new applicat: -Incidenully Rudy £ cd a'.: those desiring u aid ban and the Lodge in securing new rr.err.bers. .. -; f r suite sorrjctinu [ Leo is :. Ling all r:gh: • as always been a hard rker the L-: =-.:Lesdefinately banned a-.d reterva? *.T-.5* Gt—iRerugees" tiorj —..:•. r-i made immediately *:•_-. Mr Ofnaaanaa ad the v K H. A. QHaWtlOII "i saw a atory _-. Baa papen •a*, week ="•:.:•. a :•:*•_%; -,f reaageea coaaaing here tYoaa PorThe odfiee ad the Aato-iOefaataauc= i^raiue 2S Kra a; c. Seyb--.:; Building, M ; a = :. phone 3-5S06 All r.-.r^ia comxunriei a.-_-.v.-.ed tc avail •-herrjelves -A ir.e ser.-jces offeree cy -.. rja.-.-zaucc ar-d r^a: According U --^ wntes Oheaa -r.-r n •. % %  •.">• .>is' .-• u conaoilt -.Baatten cf an a^'_-defa=iat?ry nature. addover never was inter m money at tl f an Sr.v was ly SS • -. %  n the j ; %  > ay Jar Manner farr.: j • ..:' the <=n .: :rs-; %  .: and public ;:-r=-:.-.z rnbess f her Better 5^e*-;.-. Fellowship mcluck represental f :eEurrp-ear. countries ar.: v-iiai-i Among the E_r:i:-ji-; look tc MBM Manner for £-.;=-:* an then Zr.z.-r. s peech ar-r tr.r-rv famous aatfecn— Sagrid Cndset cf Ncr-*-ay Kar.r Michael.::f Z>er.—.ark ar.d Gene .;ve T: .f France Coaagn^ulatioas .: Zataaaal .adr Ateahao Goldc*rg en the mamage cf his daaiglHar RaaaaoH l< Joseph Bess* jaracr. And to Mtzrach; %  % %  -%  .-. '*.' %  :: Geld en the engage-en: cf .-.is nwnghtrr to Sol Nodel gifted young artist Watch O.er the Rhine is the name of Lillior. HeQoaaa'a new play, arhaeh is expected to hi: 8M Breadway laearda this sprmg Trs ;p-_s :y •_-.* authcr cf "The Children! Her" and %  --.Little Fcxes %  .; iieacribed as a Nazi drama arr. sun stag affain : mber the ve had in previ : an a: the A:l^n:i5 H tel WeL this year's will be stupendous Instead of limiting the enjoyment to comparatively few :':. %  : %  affair wi thrown jpen tc the male public The r easons are two-fold The first tc finance our delegation to •..'.-.c.s-.r. r.vvr.ti-.n in May in Washington wherein President preside, and the i tc secure new members (bowing D n-memben what kind of men we have and what kind f affairs they can throw. Admission will only be $100 and will include food and marvelous er.tertair.rr.ent. The place has not c-?er. determined as yet. I'll re-. n further plans each week but in the meantime would sugtest that the brothers start callmg up brothers and friends and make up oarties and then call tne B'nai B'nth office for tickets Brother Saxel. former nresident of the Vienna B. B. Lodge. and now a refugee student at Stetson College, was a welcome visitor at our meeting and made a crief talk. The Lodge passed a resolution expressing deep sorrow at the recent departure from our earthly midst of Mrs Elizabeth S Taraciash. wife of Brother William laradaaa. It was our pleasure at the meeting to hear Brother Lawrence Schlechter of New York speak en ""C.-.-r;-.i;i." the prime minuter of England The lectur-i educational and interesting. Brj. Schlechter amusingly compared Churchill with our own Sol G ldi.-.at both are 67 years of age However. Schl. said, the similarity ended there because Churchill was a ui real Brother So! •*-** • nergetic enough to Jump over the counter m his hotel. Sister Sadie Rose also addressed the meeting and told of the new blood transfusion project of the Auxiliary. She urged the Lodjje and Auxiliary to support tne blood bank organization of Miami. A committee of three docton from the Lodge will be appointed to investigate the matter and report back to the officers The Auxiliary is still holding individual membership mah jor.gg parties for the benefit of refugee children in England The Iad.es are urged to sponsor more of these gatherings. The system is to invite friends to mah jor.gg. charge a nominal admissur. which usually includes a lur.c.-.. and then turn the proceeds over to the Auxiliary for the purpo.^ aforementioned. I trust that you will read this column before Friday night If you do. you will be enabled to go to Bayfront Park that night and see a great show for the benefit of the Greek War Relief .Association. Brother Aronovitz in charge of tickets. All members of the Lodge and Auxiliary are urged to register immediately for the oncoming ns Tell your friends to • likewise. It is a sacred duty and privilege of all Amencans to vote. I just received a call from Bro Bill Pailot. formerly of Miami. and now a member of the Ft, Lauderdale Lodge. He told tne that next Thursday night Ft Lauderdale will hold its elections Tne Lodge now boasts a membership of sixty. Not bad a: all for such a small community Recently the Lodge held a dinner dance that was very successful Sister Ida Optner announced a; the last meeting that the Auxiliary had just begun a membership drive. All husbands arturged to enroll their wives. Until another week rolls round. au revoir. MIAMI A. Z. A. By Green The Miami Chapter had an outing at Greynolds Park Sunjday. March 10. We left the Y | M. H A. at eleven o'clock in the morning and arrived at the park about twelve o'clock. While lunch was being prepared by the social chairmaj:. Alvin Greenbere. the rest of the fellows were throwing the ball around. After lunch we lookiM" at the beautiful spots in the park After digesting the food the football game started and starting out with a mere game of touch football the boys became rough and before you knew it we were playing tackle. Many new pledges were there and a good time was had by ail %  i*i: ":*. : i ;: :.CAHMtAL-IHSii Will UA T :D • £56MATZfl Ask Your Local Deliccrteesen For the Best • It Cotts No More OVA S*E_E EE'*-EE H P_OR DA KOSHER ZION S A US A GI CO. PRODUCTS BEFORE YOO BrjT—SEE LEON ELKIN Rtp ram u L*rcet asd Lowest Met Cost LIFE INSURANCE CO. IE YOU DONT—WE BOTH LOSE MOKEY CALL 5-1317 S-*tI Nuti VI H VINO ; i : ;•••:'. aicci r i •> : a ••r c~JSTRfcC-J* TELEPHOKE 4-4243 THE SHELBY SALESBOOI CO. F. A. PETESON. 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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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VOLUME 14No. 11
MImMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
GHEEKWAR RELIEF
SHOW TONIGHT IN
BAYFRONT PARK
Continuing his efforts in be-
half of all worthwhile civic and
communal endeavors. Abe Aron-
ovitz, president of B'nai B'rith,
is serving as ticket chairman of
the show to be held at Bayfront
Park tonight for the benefit of
the Greek War Relief. Arono-
vitz, who has been in southeast
Florida for the past 35 years, and
who arranged a gigantic ball for
the benefit of the Red Cross War
Relief last summer, has served
as acting state's attorney, city
solicitor, attorney of civil ser-
vice board, and assistant city at-
torney, is urging the entire Jew-
ish community to take part in
this show and to assist in this
democratic work.
"While ticket sales are pro-
gressing both rapidly and satis-
factorily we will have enough
seats for everyone who comes
to the park," he said as chairman
of the Greek War Relief enter-
tainment committee. Col. Sid-
ney H. Palmer and David Lem-
elman are others prominent in
the performance serving as heads
of the night dub division.
"We will truly have a million
dollar show," said Harry Rich-
man, stage, screen and radio star
who is assisting in arranging the
benefit. Richman announced ap-
pearing with him will be Paul
Whiteman's band, Martha Raye,
Sophie Tucker, Joe E. Lewis,
Terry Lawlor, Frances Faye, Jack
Dempsey, Slapsie Maxie Rosen-
bloom, Dean Murphy, Joe Frisco,
Emil Boreo, Henri Therrien, Bert
Frohman, Billy Vine, Joan Grey,
Don Lanning, Jimmie Hodges,
the Royal Guards, Betty Bruce,
The Jensleys, Yvonne Bouvier,
the entire Beachcomber show,
the Mayfair show, the Royal
Palm, the Esquire, the Paddock,
Mother Kelly's show, and a host
of others.
Rev. Dick Evans is honorary
chairman of the Greek War Re-
lief drive that has headquarters
at 226 East Flagler street.
PALESTINIAN NURSES
LEAVING FOR EGYPT
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Ag-
ency)Ten Palestinian nurses,
including eight graduates of
the Hadassah-University-Roth-
schild Hospital's Henrietta
Szold School of Nursing ind
two nursing sisters from other
Jerusalem hospitals, have left
this country to take up their
duties at the King Fuad el
Meatat Hospital in Alexandria.
These nurses were selected by
Dr. Al Nakhib Bey, director of
the hospital, which is Alex-
andria's largest, containing 500
beds. Dr. Al Nakhib had in-
spected the nurses under the
guidance of the Vaad Leumi's
Health Department, which he
had approached.
TO RE-
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BOARD IS CREATED
TO HANDLE JEWS
Vichy (WNS)A more strict
enforcement of the anti-Jewish
restrictions was seen in the an-
nouncement by the Petain gov-
ernment of the appointment of a
general commisariat to deal with
"the Jewish question" in unoc-
cupied France.
The creation of the special
commisariat was linked here with
the discussions in Paris between
Vice Premier Admiral Darlan
and the Nazi authorities. It was
feared that the rigorous anti-
Jewish laws in effect in the oc-
cupied zones may be applied in
the unoccupied territory.
The immediate reaction in
Vichy at the news of the new
board was an obvious attempt to
speed enforcement of the anti-
Jewish statute of Oct. 18 which
barred Jews from government
posts, the armed forces, motion
pictures and the publishing field.
Meanwhile, the Official Jour-
nal continues to publish long
lists of Jewish-owned enterprises
tor which "Aryan" managers
have been appointed.
New York (WNS)According
to the "overwhelming desire of
American Jewry," leaders of the
Joint Distribution Committee,
the United Palestine Appeal and
the National Refugee Service
agreed to re-establish the Unit-
ed Jewish Appeal for Refugees
and overseas needs as the fund-
raising instruments for all three
relief agencies, it was announced
by Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver and
Rabbi Jonah B. Wise, national
chairman of the U. J. A.
The United Jewish Appeal will
seek to raise $25,000,000 in 1941
for overseas relief and rehabili-
tation, the upbuilding of the Jew-
ish homeland in Palestine and
refugee integration in the Unit-
ed States, the announcement
said.
POLISH REFUGEES
ARRIVE IN PALESTINE
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Ag-
ency)The capacity of Pales-
tine to absorb Jewish immigra-
tion was emphasized again as
250 Jews fleeing from Poland
and Nazi-dominated Bulgaria
found their way to the Jewish
homeland. The Polish refu-
gees, concluding a long trip
from Kaunas which had been
financed by the United Pales-
tine Appeal of America, ar-
rived at a Palestine port. They
were part of the 995 men, wo-
men and children who had re-
ceived certificates in Lithuania
from the Jewish Agency for
Palestine. The Jewish Agency
is bringing out as many certifi-
cate holders as is possible.
MANY JEWS DIE IN
CONCENTRATION
P
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BRITISH JEWS PARTICIPATE
IN PRAYER DAY MARCH 23
London (WNS)Chief Rabbi
J. H. Hertz announced that Brit-
ish Jewry will participate in the
national day of prayer on March
23 which was proclaimed by King
George. The chief rabbi's state-
ment said:
"His Majesty's Jewish subjects
Will loyally obey the royal sum-
mons and all congregations under
my jurisdiction will, in the course
of next week, receive the order
of service containing supplica-
tions to Father in Heaven for
strength and guidance in the
stern struggle before us, as well
as prayers of thanksgiving for
the mercies and victories hither-
to granted to the forces of free-
dom."
SAFER TORAH PRESENTED TO
ORTHODOX CONGREGATION
Marking an occasion which oc-
curs seldom in the life of the
community will be the siyum ha-
torah at the Miami Jewish Orth-
odox Congregation Sunday eve-
ning. Held at the new syna-
gogue, 590 S. W. 17th avenue, the
congregation will formally ac-
cept and consecrate the gift. Mr.
Louis Block is presenting the to-
rah in memory of his wife. The
program will include national
speakers, music and refresh-
ments.
JEWISH HOMES IN WARSAW
CONFISCATED NAZIS BOAST
Stockholm (WNS)-More than
4 000 Jewish-owner homes in
Warsaw, valued at one billion
marks, have been confiscated by
the Nazis since the invasion of
Poland, according to Nazi news-
papers which have arrived here.
The agreement for the recon-
struction of the United Jewish
Appeal for 1941 provides for the
distribution of the first $8,800,000
raised in the following manner:
J. D. C, $4,275,000; U. P. A., $2,-
525,000: N. R. S.. $2,000,000. The
balance of the funds raised will
be distributed by an Allotment
Committee as in 1940.
The United Jewish Appeal was
dissolved last December follow-
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JEKilUU
SYSTEMATICALLY
BOBBEDJY NAZIS
Stockholm (WNS)A wave of
anti-Jewish terror followed the
Nazi occupation of Bulgaria, it
was reliably reported here. Thou-
sands of Jews gathered at Varna,
Black Sea port town, in the hope
they could escape from the coun-
try by boat, were systematically
robbed of all their possessions by
Bulgarian Nazis, it was learned.
The Nazis compelled Jewish
women to surrended their mar-
riage rings and other jewelry
while the men were made to
yield their gold chains and
watches. Baggage which the Jews
had collected in anticipation of
sudden flight disappeared "mys-
teriously."
The same situation prevailed
in Bulgarian towns near the
Turkish and Greek frontiers
where many Jews had assembled,
hoping to gain permission to
cross the borders. The Nazis
virtually stripped the Jews of ev-
erything they had brought with
them.
It was reported that several
train loads of Bulgarians, includ-
ing many Jews, were shipped to
Nazi Germany on orders from the
Gestapo. It was understood that
tOOMTIMUBD ON PAO 8)
Belgrade (WNS)1400 Jews,
including many women and chil-
dren, have for the last two
months been wandering about a
thin strip of territory separating
Hungary and Rumania, it was re-
ported here.
The Jewish wanderers were de-
ported from Rumania on the
ground that they were born in
the Hungarian part of Transyl-
vania and are Hungarian sub-
jects, it was learned. The Hun-
garian government rejected the
Rumanian contention and left the
1,400 Jews to their fate on the
new "no man's land" near Arad
on the Hungarian-Rumanian bor-
der.
They are kept alive by food
sent to them by Jews in Arad or
nearby communities. It is doubt-
ful whether they can withstand
the cold and hunger much long-
er. Hungarian Jews were re-
ported to be planning another
appeal to the government to ac-
cept the refugees until emigra-
tion to other countries can be ar-
ranged for them.
Lisbon (WNS)At least 1,500
Jewish and Polish inmates of a
Nazi concentration camp near
Cracow in Nazi-occupied Poland
died during the winter months as
a result of hunger, epidemics and
freezing weather, it was reported
here.
One of the worst concentration
camps in Poland, it holds 20,000
prisoners, of whom 7,000 are
Jewish. Nazi guards in the
camps take pride in the fact that
few prisoners ever come out
alive.
Prisoners are given meagre
food rations and are compelled
to do heavy labor. The Nazi au-
thorities issue no clothing with
the result that many of the pris-
oners go about bare-foot and
half-naked. Many of the prison-
ers, it was learned, were unable
to withstand the freezing weath-
er. The camp has virtually no
sanitary facilities for the inmates.
A traveller reaching here from
Nazi-occupied Poland reported
here that the Lodz ghetto, which
holds hundreds of thousands.of
Jews, extends only over two
square kilometers. He described
conditions in the ghetto as "hor-
rible," saying that two and
sometimes three families must
share one room.
Food sent to the ghetto by Nazi
authorities, he said, was hardly
adequate to feed all the Jews in
the district He reported that
the suffering during the winter
months was a result of an acute
shortage of winter clothing and
blankets.
AUSTRALIAN ZIONISTS URGE
CREATION OF JEWISH ARMY
Sydney, Australia (WNS)A
delegation of the Zionist Council
of the New South Wales has ap-
proached the acting Australian
prime minister, A. W. Fadden,
with a proposal to organize an
all-Jewish army comprised of
non-British Jews to fight in Pal-
estine or any other front along-
side British forces, it was learned.
Mr. Fadden assured the dele-
gation that he would forward the
proposal to Prime Minister Mon-
zies, who is now in London. Jew-
ish refugees in Australia have re-
peatedly offered their services to
the British Empire.
NAZI AGENTS ARE ACTIVE IN
FRENCH MOROCCO, SYRIA
Zurich (WNS) Nazi agents
have been sent to French Moroc-
co and Syria to stir up agitation
against the Jews in those coun-
tries, it was reported here.
ORIGINAL HEBREW BIBLICAL
DRAMA GIVEN BY HABIMA
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)Players of the Habima The-
ater returned to an expressive
Biblical style in their latest ven-
ture, which is an interpretation
of A. Aschman's original Hebrew
drama, "Michal, Daughter of
Saul."
Basing his drama on four sen-
tences from the Book of Samuel,
the playwright has followed the
practice of bringing to the fore
characters who had been over-
shadowed in the Bible by more
glamorous figures. The action
takes place in the home of Lay-
ish, to whose son, Paltiel, Michal
was given by her father, King
Saul. Neither King Saul, nor
King David appear in the play,
but they do figure in the dia-
logue.
B. Chereminsky, the director,
has stated that this new play is
the first Biblical drama requir-
ing as few as five characters. It
is, incidentally, the second Bib-
lical drama to have been staged
by Mr. Chereminsky, the first
having been "Rahab," which was
produced about eight years ago






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The Twelfth Annual Purim Bail
B :. Jacob synagogue
tion ':' Miami Beach
will March
16th at tb< Floridian Hoti I at
9 ;. .-.-. A ir floor show of
professional entertainment has
for the evening.
Florid itra has been
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at the door. Pro-
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the .... and religious
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Philip Schwartz and ter, Ray
'' n iting with
Mi and Mi S W<. and fam-
; -.;. Miami :' .-
. another grand
Jewish singing and
talking picture .
"THE
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coming to the
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Tuesday, March 25th
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Rabbi Ch. Bloch :' ?' J r
and Rabbi Dr Reuben M r
guest peaken at thia
ting of the Da ig -: Is-
and the i ivision Tne
next i ting ... be held it the
-. congregation Miami
Wi Ine y=? night, ith
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff pn
"- T.-.- purpose of the orgar.:-
za:::r. minate informa-
tion concerning the Jrv.-;sr. laws
of family purity and to esta
: Ritualariu in our communit;

Second Annual Donor Dinner
Pi : V,' ::. : Orgart:za-
"..'.:' tak placc-
March 23 at thi Vi I r Hotel
'' :. The accomplished
.". ntal performer,
Sarah Osnath Ka:--.y accompan-
Mi '.'. icov at
".'. piai special
guest of the evening. The en-
tire proceeds of the affair will
be sent to a:d in the rehabilita-
tion of Palestine.

Mr. and Mtt. Leon Elltin, Drt-xel
Ave Miami Beach, were hosts
at a dinner honoring Mr. Joseph
|Baskir.. National Secretary of the
Workmen's Circle of New York.
Friday right at their home. Pres-
ent were Mrs. B. Gebnier. New
York: Mr and Mrs. L. Beninson.
Chicago; Mr. M Robinowitz, Chi-
cago; Mrs. Krikstone. Pittsburgh;
Miss Shirley Elkin.

Miss Nellie Peretzman was hon-
ored at a surprise linen shower
Thursday evening at her home
given by her sisters-in-law. Shir-
ley and Annabelle Peretzman.
Cards, bingo and mah jongg were
played, prizes awarded and re-
freshments served. Miss Peretz-
man is the bride-elect of Seymour
Cohen and the wedding will take
place March 23.
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Wedni sday night a-. 7 p rn at the
Jacob C tion A mas-
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B I S -" ...;. night March
23rd. ar.d a motion picture show-
ing Sunday mgl I March 30. at
Beth Jac

For the beneiit National
Children's Cari.ac Home card
part:-:- r. Tuesa:;.
. ternoon at the New Yorker and
'Hoi Miami Bea under
the sports \ Mr.- Edward
Robinson. Mr- J. Meyi n, Mrs. S.
i Mrs. 0^car Adler.
FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1941
The fifth and Ust concert of the
Mlwl Beach series presented by
the Ur.ivenity of Miami featuring
Carr.eron McLean, baritone, win
& held at the Ida M. Plater High
SchooL Tickets may be ob-
: at the University of M:-
r at the auditorium
ling of the recitaL

Mrs. Diane Abramson has return-
- r home in Springfield,
after spending several
Miami Beach at the
me HoteL
DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN
president of the World Zionist
Organization, who will address
the March 30th luncheon session
of B'nai B'nth in Chicago.
' Care Enough to Give Enough"
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ing differences of opinion with
regard to the distribution of the
funds raised and each of three
agencies announced independent
campaigns.
At the negotiations leading to
the reconstruction of the United
Jewish Appeal, the J. D. C. was
represented by Edward M. M.
Warburg, chairman, and Harold
F, Linder and Dr. Solomon Low-
enstein, vice-chairmen. The
United Palestine Appeal nego-
tiators were Dr. Silver, chair-
man, and Dr. Stephen S. Wise
and Judge Morris Rothenberg,
co-chairmen.
AARON DAVID GORDON IS
SHOWN DAGANA HONORS
Dagania A., Palestine (WNS-
Palcor Agency)This "Mother of
the Kvutzoth in Eretz Israel,"
which recently celebrated its
30th anniversary, inaugurated
the new Aaron David ben Uri
Gordon House in commemoration
of the Labor leader and philoso-
pher who was one of the pioneer
group that established this colony
on the eastern shore of the Jor-
dan River as this century entered
its second decade.
The Gordon House contains a
Museum of Natural History, a li-
brary with a general reading
room and various research rooms.
Here will be kept green the
memory of the man who in his
lifetime was one of Dagania's
most outstanding personalities.
PAGE THREE
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Edward M. M. Warburg, of New York,
Chairman of the American Jewish Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, Inc., (left) and Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver, of Cleveland, National Chairman
of the United Palestine Appeal, are shown
after signing an agreement reconstituting the
United Jewish Appeal as the fund-raising instru-
ment for the Joint Distribution Committee, the
United Palestine Appeal, and the National Ref-
ugee Service, Inc., for the year 1941. The uniting
of forces, motivated by the widely-expressed
desire of American Jews, will result in a unified
fund-raising effort for Jewish victims of war
and persecution abroad, for the upbuilding of
the Jewish homeland in Palestine, and for the
program for immigrants coming to the United
States. The agreement was signed at the office
of the United Jewish Appeal, 342 Madison
Avenue, New York City.
PIONEER WOMEN'S GROUP
INCREASES ACTIVITIES
Cognizant of the necessity of
increased efforts stressed by a
special call from the Moatzoh
Hapoaloth, the Pioneer Women's
Organizations of Greater Miami
are planning a series of events
for the future to secure addi-
tional funds for the work of the
organization. After having com-
pleted an active season including
a cultural evening, celebrating
the president's re-election, a Cha-
nuka party attended by a capac-
ity crowd, the annual supper of
the organization held last month,
and a litreary gathering at the
home of Mrs. R. Marcus ad-
dressed by Mr. M. Freilichoff and
Mrs. R. Dechovitz, the group
will sponsor the farewell gather-
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
ing honoring Dr. J. Pomeranze.
well-known physician and writ-
er, on Friday evening, March 14
at the Biscayne Collins Hotel,
Miami Beach. Tourists as well as
residents are invited to the meet-
ings of the Pioneer Women's
LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVE
VISITOR IN MIAMI
David Zeitani, representative of
Seaboard Region of League for
Religious Labor in Palestine, is
residing at 1528 Drexel avenue.
Group which are held at 814 2nd Miami Beach, where he will be
828 3rii St.. Miami
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HILLEL HY-LITES
by STANLEY B. RICHARD
riiHiMlllipn.inirtiU'iW.MllllilIliiBi'i.miiinn'.ajjiilil.:
Ansel Wittenstein of Orlando
triumphed over two feminine
contestants. Mitsi Joyce Solomon
of Miami Beach and Selma Sch-
loss of West Palm Beach, both of
Florida State College, in the sec-
ond annual Florida Hillel contest
on March 9. Wittenstein will meet
other district and state winners
in the regional contest at North
Carolina State College for Wo-
men on March 28. Wittenstein's
topic is "Jewish contributions to
civilization."
during the next week. The Relig-
ious Labor Movement unites all
groups of religious pioneers and
workers who believe in religious
Zionism and who seek to rebuild
the economic structure of Jewish
life on a sound productive basis
in Palestine.
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
W OF MIAMI
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Resources Chrer $5,S000OO
J. M. LIPTON. Prsidnt
On Wednesday evening. March
12, the Daughters of Israel of the
Gainesville Congregation, acted
as hostesses to the University of
Florida Hillel at a Purim party at
the Gainesville Synagogue. In
religious observance of the occa-
sion the Megillah was read. Rabbi
Eichorn, Hillel director, gave the
sermon. The Daughters of Israel
served Hamentashen and other
Purim delicacies.
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. Albert Gasper was instal-
led as president of B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary at a meeting at Luz-
lanne Cafe Monday. Joseph Les-
ser conducted the installation.
Mrs. Maurice Dickson. outgoing
president, presided.
JEWS IN BULGARIA
TICALLY
By
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the prisoners were sent to con-
centration camps in the Reich.
A report from Belgrade stated
that Jews in Yugoslavia wen
panic-stricken as "collaboration'
between Yugoslavia and Ger-
many appeared inevitable. As-
surances that Germany would
send no troops into Yugoslavia
were received with skepticism in
Jewish circles in that country
and did little to alleviate the ten-
sion. Yugoslav Jewish leaders
felt that an economic alliance
with Germany would lead to the
same anti-Jewish restrictions as
an actual military occupation.
AN OPEN LETTER
We wish to advise the Jewish
people of Miami that the "Vaad
Hakashrus" has secured the ser-
vices of a permanent supervisor
who has begun to observe the
shops of the following butchers
who have agreed to observe all
laws of Kashrus. Up to the pres-
ent date these are the butcher
shops: Dade Kosher Butcher, 159
N. W. 5th street; General Kosher
Butcher, 1169 West Flagler street:
Grossman's Kosher Butcher, 809
S. W. 18th avenue.
We strongly urge that:
Number One:That no fowl
be purchased in this area unless
each fowl has a kosher ring on
its leg.
Number Two:We strongly
urge that every customer take
note of a poster that must be on
premise at all times if the shop
is to be identified as a strictly
kosher place.
Your cooperation is absolutely
essential.
Signed:
Vaad Hakashrus of Miami
(Rabbi) Abraham Kellncr
(Rabbi) Max Shapiro
The Community Chest needs
the support of everyone in this
area. Whether you have a little
or a lot of money GIVE!
Rabbi Manuel Greenstein read
the Magillah at the first Purim
services Wednesday evening at
Beth El Temple.
DUTCH JEWS MUST REPORT
DAILY TO NAZI GESTAPO
Mrs. Aaron Bergman, 1702 S.
Lake avenue, has recovered after
being ill for several weeks.
J. Kaufman was host at Shalis
Sude at Sher Hall last Shabbos..
Zurich (WNS)All Jews in
Holland must report daily to the
Gestapo headquarters nearest to
their homes. The Jews will have
to furnish Gestapo heads with a
complete list of their planned
activities for the day.
At the same time the Nazi ad-
ministration for the Netherlands
notified all Jewish organizations
that they will have to surrender
their independent status and join
the Nazi-created Federation of
Jewish communities.
ITALIAN POLICE ARREST
JEWISH LEADERS IN TRIPOLI
Cairo (WNS)An attempt to
detract public attention from the
military defeats suffered by the
Italian army in Libya motivated
the mass arrests of leading mem-
bers of the Jewish community in
Tripoli, according to information
received here.
Flying squads of Italian police
swooped down on the Jewish
quarter of Tripoli and seized all
well-known Jews. The police
took into custody also a number
of prominent Arabs and Greeks,
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column for the occasionMarch 18th-
preciate comments from his readers.
PRIZE OFFER CLOSES
Well we've about given up hope as regards that third readj
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feel fee Haz have estahhshed a we ,get "^ corTect C3SW before this appears we'll sendtt
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v.-.-; -at a hnck was t.-.rvwn f11^ ^readers c^-ectly stated, is: Mohammed By wayfl
..-.:.-gh the window of a shop >nsokrtion for tnose who guessed wrong: It wasn't one of th*!
things you could guess ... The prize-winners didn't guH
they had read ti somewhere, and remembered.
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,w dn!yi l^^sley won't be finishing his new play, onM
. feeme of Jefferson, as soon as he had expected Uncle H
v.-.!;. cases of emergency Trai-; tS?^^ a,year of his toe' Be of any type has beer, forbid-; ** bY Leo^ Trotzky rs expected to be published posthumous-!I
den in the ghetto district. <*e 'ong^. The subject of the tome is Stalin. Trotzky s f I
The Nazis have launched a enemy Have you seen Martin Panzer's piece entitled 'C<*|
campaign to empty the Nether-; gasmen Have Souls." in the American Mercury for March?-J
land resort towns of Jews. It '- "thor of that excrutiatingly funny volume "Fa**!
was announced that the first f*0** Best-" ,nd former editor of American Hebrew, is D*|
Dutch town to be "entirely free j me stafl of the New York U. P. A. Jerome Weidman. n (of Jews- was the weU-known eUst and member of the Simon and Schuster editorial str"'
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selling JJazi l.terature
Ghetto regulations provide that
no one may leave his home be-
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IFV.
FRIDAY. MARCH 14, 1941
fJewisii ftorkilar
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avnm
Phone 6-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Can'w
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21t Terrace
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. E. 19th MrHi
Office Phone 2 7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6 1286
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaOorce Drive Ph. 61738
Miami Beach
Daily Synagogue Services
Shachriss, daily at 7 and 3 a.
m.; Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.
to 6:15 p. m.; Friday and Satur-
day at 6:00 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 6:45 p. m.; Sat-
urday at 6:55 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on the Portion of the
Week.
Closing Friday Night Service
How Will It End?" will be
the subject of the lecture by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff this Fri-
day night. This will close the
Rabbi's fourth series of winter
lectures. This year's series was
very successful. Seats were at a
prtmium. Many were unable to
crowd into the synagogue. Cantor
Mamches will lead in the com-
munal singing.
We hope to see all those who
attended during the past few
months, with us this coming year,
please God.
Bar Mitzvas
Maxwell Friedopfer. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Friedop-
fer of Forest Hills, Long Island,
wiil celebrate his becoming Jew-
ishly "of age" during the ser-
vices this Sabbath morning.
Seymour Ostrofsky, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Ostrofsky, will
celebrate his becoming a bar
mitzvah during the Young Israel
services in the Talmud Torah
building this Saturday.
May the parents continue to
bring them up L'Torah, L'Chuppa
ul'Maasim tovim.
Twelfth Annual Purim Concert
We urge all our members to
turn out to our annual Purim
concert at the Floridian Hotel
Sunday night. Show your con-
gregational spirit and communal
feelings. We expect this to be
one grand membership get-to-
gether. Don't disappoint us. A
good orchestra. A two-hour floor
show.
Children's Purim Entertainment
The children of our Religious
School will present a Purim en-
tertainment Sunday afternoon at
2 o'clock at the synagogue. Ad-
mission charge is nominal for
adults. All children welcomed
free of charge, and served re-
freshments, too!
A splendid Purim play, Shu-
shan in Review, and an elaborate
program of songs, recitations, etc.
will be presented. You will be
sure to have a good time. And
don't forget the children.
Daughters of Israel Society
The Daughters of Israel Soci-
ety and men's division will meet
Wednesday night to continue
their work on behalf of Family
Purity. Every adult is welcome.
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself from
the congregation."HilleL
For Prompt and Courteous Service
MOUSLEY
Service Station
302 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-S407
Yeur Satisfaction Our pleasure
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 14, at
8:15 o'clock, the sermon, "Purim,
An Ever Present Experience,"
will be delivered by Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman. In observance
of Council Sabbath in our com-
munity's congregations, Mrs. M.
Selig will present a Council mes-
sage on Purim, at the service. A
reception for worshipers, tend-
ered by the Miami Section of the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, will follow the services.
Sabbath Morning Service
Saturday morning, March 15,
at 11:00 o'clock, the services will
include congregational singing
of responses, Torah reading, and
interpretation of weekly Biblical
portion by Rabbi Zwitman.
Members of the Confirmation
Class assist in the reading of the
service.
Father and Son Night
Following its policy of serving
our Temple and the community
as an organization answering ihe
needs of social brotherhood and
good fellowship, the Men's Club
of Temple Israel is going to hold
a "Father and Son" night on the
evening of Thursday, March 27.
Annual Garden Party
Looked forward to with pleas-
ureful anticipation each year, is
the Sisterhood's annual Garden
Party. This year the committee
chairmen have succeeded in ob-
taining the beautiful island home
of Mrs. Morris Litt. located at
6575 Allison Road. Allison Isl-
and, Miami Beach. (Entrance to
Allison Island, opposite St. Fran-
cis Hospital.)
The entire afternoon is de-
signed for the pleasure of those
who will avail themselves of the
opportunity of attending. There
will be games of mah jongg,
bridge, bingo, and delicious re-
freshments will be served. No
raffles will be held to mar the
social enjoyment of the after-
noon. Many beautiful door prizes
will be presented.
Mrs. Max Orovitz is chairman
of the ticket committee, and Sis-
terhood members and their lady
friends should avail themselves of
tickets immediately by calling
Mrs. Orovitz, 2-5482. Admission
for the Garden Party is $1.00 per
person. Home baked cakes will
be obtainable in attractive cake
booth. Buy your cakes at the
Sisterhood booth at the Garden
party.
Members of the committee,
serving with Mrs. J. A. Richter
and Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, co-
chairmen, are: Mrs. Benj. Bron-
ston, Mrs. Walter E. Bronston,
Mrs. E Max Goldstein, Mrs. H. I.
Homa. Mrs. Stanley Jacobs, Mrs.
Manuel Joseloff, Mrs. Henry
Kauffmann, Mrs. Sam Lavine,
Mrs. Bertha Levy Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, Mrs. Gus Feuer, Mrs. Max
Orovitz, Mrs. Irene Plotky, Mrs.
Dan Ruskin, Mrs. Tobias Simon,
Mrs. Max Steuer, Mrs. Jos. Wein-
traub, and Mrs. Mitchell Wolf-
son.
Religious School
Students of the Temple Israel
Religious School will be guests
of a treat this Sunday morning
when the Purim celebration will
take place. Movis slides of the
Purim Story, as well as news
events of importance of the past
year in addition to a comedy,
will be presented, under spon-
sorship of the Men's Club of
Temple Israel and the Sister-
hood. The Religious School board
has also arrangcl for homenta-
schen to be given to the children.
Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Harry
Nevins head the committee of ar-
rangements for the celebration.
Parents of children in the Re-
ligious school, as well as mem-
bers interested in the welfare of
our Congregation, are invited to
attend. There will be no admis-
sion charge.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Elizabeth
Sylvia Taradash, wife of Mr. Wil-
liam Taradash; Jacob Berman,
son of Mr. Hyman Berman; So-
phie Feldman. mother of Mrs.
Jos. S. Garvett.
Yahrzeits: Etta Rose Davis,
mother of Mr. Gordon Davis, Mr.
Jacob Davis and Mr. Louis H.
Davis; Bernard Lasky, father of
Mrs. Nat Roth; Frederick Scheu-
er. brother of Mr. Albert Scheu
er; Bertha Binswanger, mother
of Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Riza
Whitelow. mother of Mrs. Milton
L. Sternberg; Alexander Samuel
Zuckcr, father of Mrs. Jules
Pearlman and husband of rMs.
Jessie Zucker; Harry Baskind.
father of Mrs. Benj. H. Kohl.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
Rabbl'e Residence:
1823 S. W. 14th Terrafce
Phone 8-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S W. Third Street
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami'* Pioneer Conrea,Uon)
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.
1S5 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX smapiho, rtabbi
498 S. W. 18th Road
Office Phone f-1478
Home Phone t-2176
W. I. Z. O. LAUNCHES NEW
CAMPAIGN FOR WOMEN
London (WNS-Palcor Agency)
The Women's International Zi-
onist Organization, in cooperation
with the Keren Hayesed in its
present drive for funds in Great
Britain, launched a special Wo-
men's Campaign at a luncheon
held at Brook House under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Israel M.
Seiff, co-chairman with Mrs. Ve-
ra Weizmann of W. I. Z. O.
Guest of honor at the luncheon
was Mrs. Weizmann, the Jewish
Agency President's wife, who
will accompany her husband on
his visit to America, for which
he is scheduled to leave shortly.
Give to the Community Chest,
it's a very worthy cause.
HOLLEMANS GRILL
"The Food The Service
The Price
Incomparable"
Dinners From ... 50c
Breakfast Luncheon
Dinner
14th Street at Washington
MIAMI BEACH
GOAT
MILK
GOVERNMENT
TESTED HERD
Licensed and Inspected
By Public Health Beard
For Daily Deliveries Call
7-2952
Dr.Elliotts Goat Dairy
8980 M. W. 27th Avenue
Visitors Welcome
Siyum Sefer Torah
On Sunday night, March 16 at
7:30 the congregation will cele-
brate the presentation of a new
Sefer Torah to the synagogue.
Our dear brother, Mr. Louis
Block, presents the Sefer Torah
in memory of the late Mrs. Rose
Block Oleo Hasholom in whose
memory were also presented the
beautiful chandeliers of Mr.
Block. The ceremonies will be-
gin at 7:30 and will feature a
guest address by Rabbi Solomon
Sadowsky, dean of the Orthodox
Rabbinate in Rochester. N. Y.
and an address by Abraham A.
Kellner, and greetings by the
president of the congregation.
Mr. H. M. Drewich. Several vo-
cal selections will be offered by
distinguished visiting cantors and
the well-known Jewish orchestra
of Mr. Drucker will render pop-
ular Jewish numbers.
We hope that our friendj will
avail themselves of the opportun-
ity to celebrate with us on this
happy occasion and rejoice with
us in this sacred celebration.
Gala Purim Meeting
Our Ladies Auxiliary will hold
its annual gala Purim meeting
this Tuesday afternoon. March
18 at 2 p. m. in the Y. M. H. A.
building. A very fine program
has been prepared, consisting of
an address by Rabbi Kellner ;ind
a talk on "Women Through the
Ages," by Mrs. George Chert-
kof. Miss Phyllis Schulman will
sing and the Habonoth Buds will
present a Purim play. The cul-
tural program has been planned
by Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner, cul-
tural chairman. The entire mem-
bership is cordially invited.
Habonoth
The Habonoth Buds will pre-
sent a Purim play, "The Casting
of the Lots" at the Ladies Aux-
iliary meeting on March 18 and
in the assembly of the Sunday
School on March 23. The play
is being coached by the Buds
sponsor, Mrs. Abraham Kellner.
The Buds meet every Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the new
synagogue. All girls between 9
and 12 are invited to attend these
meetings.
Thank You
Rabbi Kellner is grateful for
the many felicitations received
for his radio program last Sun-
day afternoon on WIOD.
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner also
take this means of thanking their
many friends for the telegrams
received on the celebration of
their 6th wedding anniversary
last Monday, March 10.
Purim Celebrations
The Sunday School and Tal-
mud Torah classes will hold a
Purim celebration on Sunday,
March 23. The Habonoth Buds
will present the play and a very
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services________7:30 a.m.
Evening Services--------5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning-----8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, dally_ 3:15-6:15
Sunday School______10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays._10:80a.m.
Late Friday Evening
Services-----------------8:15 p.m.
Late Friday Evening Services
Late Friday evening services
will begin at 8:15. Rabbi Max
Shapiro will officiate and Guest
Cantor Nathan Wrooble will
chant the prayers. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz will speak briefly for
the Council of Jewish Women.
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, of Tem-
ple Israel, will be guest speak-
er. He will discuss the subject.
"Ethics and Etiquette in Juda-
ism."
An Oneg-Shabbos will follow
and refreshments will be served
by the Council of Jewish Wo-
men.
Sabbath Services
Services will be conducted Sat-
urday morning at 8:30 and Junior
services will begin at 10:30
o'clock. During the services.
Moey, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Tendrich, will become
bar mitzvah. Immediately after
the benediction, a reception will
be held in the auditorium, and
Moey will act as host to the Jun-
ior Congregation.
Purim Celebration
Purim will be observed during
assembly this Sunday morning.
Purim refreshments will be
served to the Sunday School
children, and a play will be pre-
sented by Miss Harriet Dammcn-
stein and Miss Miriam Wein-
traub.
Yahrxeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in
our Memorial Book of Life were
observed last week: Gittle. moth-
er of Messrs. Joe and Isador Fine;
Moshe, father of Leo Rosen;
Shmuel, father of Ben Silver;
and these Yahrzeiten will be me-
morialized this Friday evening
during the late services: Fruma,
mother of Mrs. Nathan Marko-
witz; Mordechai, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Mayer; Yisroel
Moshe, father of Charles Rosen-
garten; Yisroel, husband of Lee
Alpert; Mordechai, father of Wolf
Blutstein.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the radio hour over WIOD
this S*unday afternoon from 3 to
3:30 o'clock. The rabbi will dis-
cuss the subject, "Ethics as the
Basis for Life."
entertaining program has been
prepared. Refreshments to the
children will be served by the
Ladies Auxiliary.
Congratulations
Heartiest congratulations are
hereby extended to Mr. and Mrs.
D. Dubbin upon the birth of their
daughter. May they raise her
L'Chupa Ula' Maasim Tova.
1'
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tril ated ;" _;-'- nighte lodging
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added la school lunches 23 901 transient
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That -s indeed a re:c:d :o be proud of and
General canvassing
educational :.asses
cne "a- iboald not re retarded in 1941 by lack c: rur.ds.
scheduled for Merer. l~-2i. Tne ccmpa.gr. tlogan. "Care
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) inuc k
A MAN.......
AND HIS CLOTHES
VrTjererer he goes and
whaterer he does, his
ciothe* are virtually a part
of his personality E-ri-
dence of his taste, his
standing, his success.
For Fine
Custom Tailoring
1143 Lincckn Road
PHONE 5-3812
TURKS ADHERE TO
BRITISH ALLIANCE
Wj ngi WNS be at-
mpt : --- Nazi g >*ernment U
rean Turke) s -; front
3: i Er.ii.-
DweUing .-.on the subsequent
forces the
r.ti in the
Near East an now -.r.-.-T.r.g up-
on = new phase characterized by
i new German -..-.r_-. -.i-.virii the
East :- .:. Drang Nair. Osten
H --.i-. that Gennany'j a:- ...,,- .....,,_ .
_ Jerusalem ANs-Pa.cor Asen-
rurkej from her ... ?*,
-..-. .- ... ...,,.,,. ---- contnbuuon of .
:,:^,s "< -"
.......eo provision of g<
: _-:-.i. or.^s -.. ......r limited to provision of etne-ra'
=-. Sa E netra. Hevoicec -..,, ;.,,, ,-,: .,
'- --- -=-_r-r.i; nkn ledg : ^ __. "
^ --:?:! ^ "; : :-- ^--:_- a:i : .,, t. Doue!a, H SS.
ervi a= a
connecting link be-
For thi .: n d nsecutive year
= --.-. _i u _.-.;.; from a!!
^ir_s -.f ..- ,' vacati rung
f Palestine
Ihere is no intention of es-
tablishing a munitions industry
in this country," he continued".
oecausi of the lack of the raw
materials necessary for such an
2>r Joseph betook KIAS COMMITTEE SPONSOR tween the British Middle East
-- : -: resided ANNUAL BENEFTr DINNER Command and the manufacturers
-. Itanada assen that Pi
' Jewry i 1 to put in
the :.z if: f some 4( XX
men tc fight alongside the Brit-
for the pi tecti '. iu
frontiers .-. r.tin-
- ; that the G -
- -. -
-'--- at the
" -- Di Josec
thai ince i .itbreak .' the
-: there hx\
'. the dtev. pment I
sal and mi tuati .- thi
Near East A: th< beginning Brjt-
Fi ind al-
" -"' Turk*; com-
xmtrol of 1 -. tern Med-
''rr'-' nent dan-
E
STAKES FEATURE
SATURDAY RACES
Tropical ParkTen youngt-
.. r- the pick of the Miami s'.a-
bles. are expected to tak
fling at fame and fortur
Saturday's second running of the
$2,000 added Orange Blossom
Stakes. Inaugurated in 1940 and
won last season by General Jack.
year- old colts and geldings
i postward in quest of the
r s share of the purse, ex-
pected to net in the neighbor-
hood of SI.900.
Favored in the early run-down
is the Allen T. Simmons entry
which will be drawn from among
Bold Question. Eternal Bull. Gen-
eral Jean and Zo Zo. Seldom, in
the recent history- of the Miami
turf, has one outfit revealed a
. irtet of such fleet young run-
ners, and any one of the four may
prove to be the ultimate winner
Bold Question is the mainstay of
the barn, although the unbeaten
Z Zo may yet prove the best of
thi lot General Jean and Eternal
Bull have also revealed their own
fitness for the Saturday task
Marshall Field's Ack-Ack. nam-
ed for the anti-air defense guns
guns which make a peculiar "'ack-
ick' sound while in opera.,
also looms a formidable factor
in the division of the spoils. H-.-
won impressively on a rt-c- nt
on. Mrs A B. Karle's K.
Rounder is also expected to be
a starter, taking the place left
vacant by his stablemate, K.
Dorko. one which came up with
a case of buckvd shins. Ben F Li
- equally high on his juve-
nile gelding. \V .-..:. one's maiden start was not too
impressive, but his works have
been on the lightening side ar.d
he is a certain entry.
The starting field, according-
to the present outlook, will be
drawn from among Ack-Ack.
Harkim. K. Rounder, Methodical.
Whitinsville, Toe Midge. Willow
Springs and two of the All-r.
Simmons eligibles. These are the
' Miami BV organized
htag Mian- = ---------"~ '"""""* Ior sucn an
-Purpc ms^eraS Sic^T ,n" Z tT^^ ^ ^ ^
- the organization As a nil- -'--unction of the board will 'every likelihood the track record
91 '- ;- k0 act as intermediary be- for the half m,le distance. 46
.. ring : military authorities!seconds, also a world's record
banquet next Tu, lay lmes ldustry, with a for two-year-olds, set last year
'.144 ";:2 msurm the PromPt and at Tropical Park bv Double Call.
Dri Miai B<
Mr
efficient execution of orders, to
: Mr. L ,, Adler ners of ^-^^ ^ Profits of the
middleman to allocating raw
affair as a n.e- "'atenals and t0 checking costs.
"The insufficiency of the pres-
will be shattered.
The Diesel-electric Route
to New York and the East
Famous, All-Pullman
ORANGE BLOSSOM
SPECIAL
H: 4 Hvm. AWmi to N*w YA
V**> HP. Diel-eletri Iowdv
livei- No. tm'MrthTidinj omlwrt
t hifii j**v-4. Compl^lelr lir no.
dtt.'.r* d Club. i',unr*, dicinf m<3
tleeping ran. Herida'i Llo'-rii-
IfiB train. 10th Kaun. L. Miami
l:lSPJI.dat>y.
Thre oth^r train* dail from
Miami to the Ea*t in'lodraf th*
^il-.*-r M*-?eor, famom ilreamlined
eoa'h train.
Coatwh Ttktt Ayaul or
T. W. Uckvtt. A.Q.PJl. 171 t fWfWf St.
Mumltl: J-aWl
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
ar.d abroad.
.-- arrangements committee. a eonsider importation on the
f which Joseph L Tepper, Wash- account of the government, or
Italian advance .-_.- Egypt and ,n*ton ettomey and social work-1**" u'mPrary provision ot the
iu attempt at inva ion : Jr. a ;i '''":rrr-an- include outstand-i ecessar-v funds."
Palestine too was the target of ing representatives of Jewish! Mr- Harris wai
attack by Italian bomben Then con^umties throughout the.aainst reaching the conclusion
ame the reves .. b every ecur-*-'>' Among those who will"
j .....
paper reader knows so werj present to address the gather-
ing will be Dr Alexander Muc-
CARS FOR RENT......
Day. Week. Month. Season
AB Makes
Sedans, Coupes
Ccr.vtrtibles
Lowest Rates in Town
Come In And
Talk It Over with Mudd
16Z5 N. E. 2nd At..
3-581J Phone 4305S
Open EYening TU 10
that Palestine industry is about
to enter us golden age.
"Palestine can produce littl,.
aoney literary critic of the Jew-, which is not obtainable e si-
-sn Morning Journal: Ephraim where," he declared "Ther,. i.
f-?rTv TPk Margosh a"d no room here for large prof,
Jacob Kershenbaum of the same,or inflated wages. Palestine can
newspaper. Rabb. Colman Zw.t- not compete on equal SSm. with
iSr^^r^v.ir'L^Commum,y ch-
Ann.uiKinji to 'l iha< ..
; x' - .in.! Dininc Row"
'l i* opetl to the public for thr
I oei 1! Jldir*-
< ai>o take the rriv-.kirr to
II KathnMh i obverrrd to
ilu- lullcM eMCBI The quiltty <
lood in.l t!,e vnm thall be
ot live beat
Our rtttt 1m '*< full rifki m9>
Reserrations to Be Made
In Advance
PHONE 5-2103
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Anyone havir* art Idea of
clothing, furniture. et. thC
air not beina; uaed or needed.
pleaaa cooperate with the La-
dl.ea Auxiliary of the Jewle*
welrare Bureau. and aend
MAOa STORE maintained bf
them.
' vou Cannot Bring Theee
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Located at 1*7 N. W. Sth t.
,. Pleaae Phone
J',r- L. J. Harti. t-71S
Mra. Morris OuMer. 5-3517
Mr. Harry Kaufman. B-4SSI
* Welfara Office. S-5S7T
Jre Meyer Sehwartx. StSS*
and they will be called far


FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1941
vJewlstncrkMan
PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Al Pallot Night Huge Success
One of the largest gatherings
ever to witness a testimonial in
this area were present at the Y.
M. H. A. last Sunday night, when
over 450 people paid tribute to
Al Pallot on the occasion of his
having been appointed Assistant
Attorney General of the State of
Florida. The outstanding lead-
ers of the city, county and state
wire present to join in this tri-
bute. Maurice Grossman, exec-
utive director of the Y.M.H.A..
presented Al. in behalf of the
doard, a resolution on parchment
scroll praising Al for the fine
work that he has done. The res-
olution reads as follows:
Whereas, at a meeting of the
hoard of directors of the Y.M.H.
A. held on the 8th day of Jan-
uary, 1941 a resolution was unan-
imously adopted to tender E. Al-
bert Pallot a testimonial in honor
of his having been appointed
Assistant Attorney General of
Florida. And
Whereas, said E. Albert Pallot
has served as president and is
now a member of the board of
directors of the Y. M. H. A., and
as such, thru his unselfish de-
votion and loyalty, has rendered
excellent service to the commu-
nity
Now, Therefore, Be It Resolv-
ed, that in appreciation of his
loyalty, devotion and service and
as a token of the high esteem in
which he is held, the said E. Al-
bert Pallot be presented with a
scroll which shall incorporate a
copy of said resolution.
And Be It Further Resolved,
that this resolution be spread up-
on the minutes and records of
the Y. M. H. A. and made a per-
manent part thereof.
In Witness Whereof, we have
hereunto subscribed in behalf of
the Y. M. H. A., its officers and
din ctors, our hands and seals
this 9th day of March, 1941.
Young Men's Hebrew Association
A splendid piece of work was
accomplished by Bill Shayne
who was toastmaster for the ev-
ening with the following guests
participating; Charles Morehead,
law partner of the guest of honor;
Charles A. Thomas, past master
of the Coconut Grove Masonic
Lodge of which Al is now Wor-
shipful Master; the following
Judges: Hon. Stanley Millege,
Hon. Wayne Allen, Hon. Worth
Trammel: Louis J. Hammel, as-
sistant county solicitor, D. C.
Coleman, sheriff; Isaac Levin,
president 5th district B'nai B'rith;
Mayor Alexander Orr. Jr.; Hon.
J. Tom Watson, Attorney Gen-
eral; Murray Grossman, first
president of the Y. M. H. A;
James Dunn, City Commissioner;
Thomas Ferguson, Justice of the
Peace and Robert Taylor, County
Solicitor, and J. Aron Abbott.
Miss Phyllis Schulman, niece
of Mr. Pallot, created a sensa-
tion when she sang a parody to
the popular song, "He's My Un-
cle."
The Drum and Bugle Corps,
under the direction of Capt. H.
Schulman, rendered musical sel-
ections.
Nat Blumberg was chairman
of the Al Pallot Night committee,
assisted by Fred Shochet, Joe
Schaffer, Sid Kraft Maurice
Grossman, executive director,
and your correspondent.
May you always shed tears of
joy, AlGood Luck.
Sub Senior Division
Election of officers of this di-
vision was held last Monday
night and the following officers
were duly elected: president,
Sherman Freedman; vice-presi-
dent, Mildred Berkowitz; secre-
tary. Shirley Rothschild: treas-
urer, Carol Band; board mem-
bers. Bea Merlin, Margaret Ho-
rowitz, Earl Klein, Al Berman.
Our heartiest congratulations.
Junior Division
The first of a new series of
fireside discussions under the di-
rection of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith and the
Y. M. H. A., took place last
Tuesday evening in the gymnas-
ium of the "Y", when William I.
Boxerman. regional director, dis-
cussed the first talk, entitled
"Hep! Hep!". This was a treat-
ise on the prejudices against the
Jews and the why's and where-
fore's of Anti-Semitism. Illustra-
ted slides were shown after the
discussion. Mr. Boxerman will
conduct four lectures for each
Junior group of the "Y". The
next lecture will be held on Mon-
day evening, at 9 o'clock at the
"Y", before the Sub Senior group,
which is composed of boys and
girls from 19 to 25. Extremely
interesting and timelyBe pres-
ent.
Book Review
Maurice Grossman will review
"Native Son" for the Book of
the Month Club of the Y. W. H.
A. next Wednesday evening,
March 19. Everyone is invited,
and admission is free. A most in-
teresting surprise will be in store
for all who attend.
Leaves For Camp Blanding
Sid Kraft, active worker of the
"Y", will leave for Camp Bland-
ing next Monday morning. Sid
has been an ardent and zealous
worker and all of us wish him
good luck and God's speed.
Bazaar
Preparations are being made
for the Bazaar that will be held
next Saturday evening, March
22 and Sunday, March 23. As
previously stated, many novelties
will feature this event. Al Reis-
man, chairman of the Prize com-
mittee, announces that a General
Electric Combination radio and
victrola will be awarded on the
night of March 23. Tickets are
only 10c for this raffle, and may
be obtained from any member of
the Bazaar committee. There will
be games of all kinds for the
youngsters as well as the grown-
ups. Make it your business to be
present at least once during this
gala bazaar. Jules Wilson has
been added to the committee of
the games department.
Greek Night of Stars Tonight
To Abe Aronovitz our heartiest
congratulations for the splendid
work he is doing in behalf of the
Jews of this area and as acting
ticket chairman for the Night of
Stars to be held tonight at Bay-
front Park at 8:30, for the bene-
fit of the Greek War Relief
Fund.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Oate Clearance Bureau, conceived for the bene-
fit of all organization* in Greater Miami, depends for iti success upon
the eontinued co-operation of every group in the community. Dates
for next week's issue should be In the office by Wednesday morning.
To avoid possible confusion and overlapping, officers of organizations
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as early as
possible.
The Jewish Floridian, 21 8. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conducts the bureau for all organizations, is ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing dates.
BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL,
open every week in the year anil
Sundav Sessions begin Sunday
morning. October 20. 1H40, ending
Sunday morning, May 25th, 1941.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
II. A. bowling games.
SECOND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior Hadassah.
BECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Ladies Auxiliary Jewish War Vet-
erans and also Kreda Markowitz
Post.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress
FOURTH MONDAY every month.
board meeting. Senior Hadassah.
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINCiTem-
ple Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
SK('ONI) TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m.
at Center, Euclid Ave. and 11th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
MARCH
15Jr. Hadassah. Colony Hotel,
Miami Beach
1(5Siyum Hatorah. Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation.
16Beth Jacob Purim Ball
17Ladies Auxiliary, Welfare
Bureau luncheon meeting,
Grossinger Hotel, 12:30.
19Y. W. H. A. Book of Month
Group.
19American Jewish Congress.
March meeting. Morris Bros.
Auditorium.
22Y. M. H. A. Bazaar.
23Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion fcr Palestine. Annual
Donor Dinner, Victor Hotel.
23Bazaar at Y. M. H. A.
23Cantor Mamches concert,
Beth Jacob Congregation.
Dog
Racing
Nightly
Post Time 8:15
STEAM-HEATED
GRANDSTAND
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uFfLudLti. at 37tli. ChrL
NERVOUS TENSION
Shows In both (ace and manner
You are not fit company for
yourself or anyone else when you
are Tense, Nervous, "Keyed-up".
Don't miss out on your share of
good times. The next time over-
taxed nerves make you Wakeful,
Restless. Irritable, try the soothing
effect of _________
DR. MILES NERVINE
Dr. Miles Nervine Is a
scientific formula com-
pounded under the super-
vision of skilled chemists
in one of America's most
modern labora-
ftories.
Why don't PM try Itt
Read foil dlrtetUna
In packas*-
A( your Dto Store
DR. MILES
N ERVIN E
Make Yourself Independent
Old established corner Filling Station
combined with profitable Used Auto-
mobile Part ItiisincM. Intersection two
busy streets. Nine year lease. Aged
owner wishes to retire. Price $2750. See
Mr. Goodkind
909 Security Building
Phone 2 5437
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
fcr Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY TUESDAY EVENING T.
W. II A. Athletics at Y Clubroorrm.
BVERY WEDNESDAY, Hudassah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap-
vaii Hull, 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 Veetry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AKTERNCON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes buoe-
flt Red Cross at Y Clubrooms.
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
B'nai B'rith bowling games at Mi-
ami Recreation Center 7:30 p. m.
EVERY THURSDAY AND SUNDAY
evenings. 8:16 o'clock, Y. M. H. A.
Daskt'tball and Dance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfson's
home. 1009 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
25Children's Aid Fund luncheon
sponsored by Natl. Council
Jewish Women. Miami Sec-
tion, Lcrd Tarleton Hotel, 1
p. m.
26Y. W. H. A. general meeting,
program.
27Temple Israel Men's Club
Father and Son Night, Y. M.
H. A.
30Junior Hadassah Donor Din-
ner, Latin Quarter.
31National Children's Cardiac
Home, membership tea, 4250
W. Flagler St., 2 to 4 p. m.
APRIL
1National Children's Cardiac
Home Bingo Party.
4Senior Hadassah Garden par-
ty, benefit Jewish National
Fund, home of Mrs. Samuel
Shapiro. 2675 Flamingo Drive
27Hadassah Highlights.
EDITOR AND SCIENTIST CONFER
Meyer W. WeisgaJ, newly elected Executive Vice-
Chairman of the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League, is shown in
animated discussion with Albert Einstein at a recent meeting.
MR. FOSTER'S STORE
(AIR CONDITIONED)
33 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-7694
OFFICE SUPPLIES
OFFICE FURNITURE
GREETING CARDS
ENGRAVING
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FRIDAY. MARCH 14. 1341
The ADL News Service
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V Nang Mess's Bebrra Asaccia- qob ::-:.-_;.; >x
boa at ..-:--"..' i Sresade lis- i:~r- 4at has
c-ussi-.r. j;r.>: -.: : knowt as en feaRered '- ) _' --'
Taru ar.: Farcies The ter t-s s... :: the refug Bus
intended -.-_-*.-..; far Jewish a enurerj untrue according tc
fOBta a law ;Zt groups :' 14 M a ;ci:-r~rr: Dj K BresM W od-
:5 tad U he 11 Out it- troop rufl executive inector :'. the
will bmc4 no Monday erenmg American 7: v- for Chns-
i.-.2 _-.* .-.-?: Tuesday ere- Uai Refugees a> the New York
nag if rvcr. see:.-.-: -** Times of January 11=: The ref-
The Scat "tucsida entitled agees coming u that eoun-
Hef Bcp am held ac Toes- try ara per east Chnaoai and
gay evening March 11 at I M 44 pat eaei Jewish
. ilo:* ..-. the V M H A build- em continual cry ri_:^-: :;
mg, 196? S. W m 5: -..:-. Wfl- certain el enema that Jewish ref-
.-*.-. : 3-.tt an leadaig the in- .{ *r ui_-j :: j;:; thai
r^ss::r. Arr:-? the ajnetnnrn Bheuld belooj u Anwrieani .;
iinniiiil at v_= cane were Whj equallj falae -" tht i atary
-s -^.rTr ::r;.^:= aza.-^: the refugees hare brought: -
Jew? Boa did .: i.. start' What industries '
-is kept a ahre' Doe* present- thj ^nfiek..... in i
-v act;-SesEJsn: iiffer fron recent issue of the Survej 3raph-
ace DTgasized Jewish and Chris- qob about -"=: refug* in
= poapi u -r the proo- ioicg for -: tndustna] ':
Jewish youth "t:z* aed skiH uxi in edge I the
Future fa nd nth* series idhranced ;r:.:r:i^i :: manufac-
aclude Peanut r.:-n an an- turmg and busineti in the ipen- M
i.':i-i 3f the zanner m --...- an .-. _- :; v p -.:..; .r. _r
lorernment is meeting the threat j vast national resources The
f -'.<. fifth Kthnsmsti bj Mrs ramiftfations cd the rerugea nt-
w. : 5:x*rrr.ir i ilastuasion .&l.:- E-r jatenseljf .
O.i LiesKew Liars." led by por further iniormati ..:
3er: Gedalecia sealing will the reconatnead the following put i-
varioiH lioels against Jews and :a:.:r^ which :-: v ulat at the
Within Our ^ives a prwer- ADL odfice The Atlantic We
tatJon ad the refugee pro)less :y Amerieaai Survey Sranhic
i~a"img America Ameri
ung so i
N :"i Lirr- Adler uv ar-
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t pla .- ny
tra that Rod star N Y
Bebeve t or not a West .
:;.. rep rts that a S = r 7:
. .-. : night spots the
. red Qtertainen keef the
customen happy =: singing Yid-
lisr folk wogs C^.: sir a
reconiinendationi t see A-.: S:
I- : >n Sight i highly poign-
mt and t autifu] pictumation .:
the ..-i : ;--: od refugees first
b ai Radk ::y Musk Hi
ABOUT PEOPLE
I___ai Tan whs z.~z las:
-*-: she was the ifc -'. Sam
Ji"* the n: ted actor aras r I
:r..> i i-erj talented singes and
actress tx a*as stated I be-
:. -: mm :' ".." -. stars th ''- '.
Opera Zompanj
ras one I the ir st z.::-. z par-
disti ra singing in the
country Kaei Sai al-
ways ser -- i ~ : ;:
charmix i
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ibout a tasi driver in
Aounded
He -: socr. receive
..-:..:.,. :' Valor.
Br Rudj Adler, now that
a-.e S^ht .: Stan is over, has
-.;.-.,- ; :.s duties as
- ip chairman He re-
- the receipt of fifteen new
applicat: -- Incidenully Rudy
cd a'.: those
desiring u aid ban and the
Lodge in securing new rr.err.bers.
.. -; f r suite sorrjc- tinu
[ Leo is :. Ling all r:gh:
- as always been a
hard rker the L-: i then ft : -
.;. the L dee Plans for nexi
month's affair are now beginning
:: round mt shape All br th-
en
::..-.-j ar.c at
a genuiTK s .
Mii- E^:5 5f inner
There is no fee for er..--._-e.v. Fne.-.ls 5c.-.;:e Comminae Raf-
thaa discuaakai s*~-s however ^ ||ay :?3? Dr Hr-.r> =-.:- Les-
definately banned a-.d reterva- ?*.- T-.5* Gti- Rerugees"
tiorj ..:. r-i made immediately
*:_-. Mr Ofnaaanaa ad the v K H. A. QHaWtlOII "i saw a atory _-. Baa papen a*, week =":.:. a ::*_%; -,f reaageea coaaaing here tYoaa Por- The odfiee ad the Aato-iOefaataa-
uc= i^raiue 2S Kra a; c. Seyb--.:; Building, M ; a = :. phone 3-5S06 All r.-.r^ia com-xunriei a.-- _-.v.-.ed tc avail -herrjelves -A ir.e ser.-jces offeree cy -.- rja.-.-zaucc ar-d
r^a: According U --^ wntes Oheaa -r.-r n .."> .>is' .- u conaoilt -.- Baatten cf an a^'_-defa=iat?ry nature.
addover
never was inter
m money at tl f an
Sr.v was ly SS -. n the
j ;> ay Jar Manner
farr.: j .- .:' the <=n .: :rs-
-;.: and public ;:-r=-:.-.z
rnbess f her Bet-
ter 5^e*-;.-. Fellowship mcluck
represental f :e- Eurrp-ear.
countries ar.: v-- iiai-i
Among the E_r:i:-ji-; look
tc Mbm Manner for -.;=-:* an
then Zr.z.-r. speech ar-r tr.r-rv
famous aatfecnSagrid Cndset
cf Ncr-*-ay Kar.r Michael.:- :f
Z>er..ark ar.d Gene-. .;ve T:
.f France Coaagn^ulatioas .:
Zataaaal .adr Ateahao Gold-
c*rg en the mamage cf his
daaiglHar RaaaaoH l< Joseph Bess*
jaracr. And to Mtzrach;
---.-. '*.':: Geld en the engage-
-en: cf .-.is nwnghtrr to Sol
Nodel gifted young artist .
Watch O.er the Rhine- is the
name of Lillior. HeQoaaa'a new
play, arhaeh is expected to hi:
8m Breadway laearda this sprmg
Trs ;p-_s :y _-.* authcr cf "The
Children! Her" and --.- Lit-
tle Fcxes .; iieacribed as a Nazi
drama
arr. sun
stag affain
: mber the
ve had in
previ _: an a: the A:l^n:i5
H tel WeL this year's will be
stupendous Instead of
limiting the enjoyment to com-
paratively few :':.: affair wi
thrown jpen tc the male public
The reasons are two-fold The
first tc finance our delegation to
..'.-.- c.s-.r. r.vvr.ti-.n in May in
Washington wherein President
preside, and the
i tc secure new members
(bowing d n-memben what
kind of men we have and what
kind f affairs they can throw.
Admission will only be $100 and
will include food and marvelous
er.tertair.rr.ent. The place has not
c-?er. determined as yet. I'll re-
-. n further plans each week
but in the meantime would sug-
test that the brothers start call-
mg up brothers and friends and
make up oarties and then call
tne B'nai B'nth office for tickets
Brother Saxel. former nresi-
dent of the Vienna B. B. Lodge.
and now a refugee student at
Stetson College, was a welcome
visitor at our meeting and made
a crief talk.
The Lodge passed a resolution
expressing deep sorrow at the
recent departure from our earthly
midst of Mrs Elizabeth S Tara-
ciash. wife of Brother William
laradaaa.
It was our pleasure at the meet-
ing to hear Brother Lawrence
Schlechter of New York speak
en ""C.-.-r;-.i;i." the prime minu-
ter of England The lectur-i
educational and interesting. Brj.
Schlechter amusingly compared
Churchill with our own Sol G ld-
i.-.at both are 67 years
of age However. Schl.
said, the similarity ended there
because Churchill was a ui
real Brother So! *-**
nergetic enough to Jump
over the counter m his hotel.
Sister Sadie Rose also addressed
the meeting and told of the new
blood transfusion project of the
Auxiliary. She urged the Lodjje
and Auxiliary to support tne
blood bank organization of Mi-
ami. A committee of three doc-
ton from the Lodge will be ap-
pointed to investigate the matter
and report back to the officers
The Auxiliary is still holding
individual membership mah jor.gg
parties for the benefit of refugee
children in England The Iad.es
are urged to sponsor more of
these gatherings. The system is
to invite friends to mah jor.gg.
charge a nominal admissur.
which usually includes a lur.c.-..
and then turn the proceeds over
to the Auxiliary for the purpo.^
aforementioned.
I trust that you will read this
column before Friday night If
you do. you will be enabled to
go to Bayfront Park that night
and see a great show for the
benefit of the Greek War Relief
. .Association. Brother Aronovitz
in charge of tickets.
All members of the Lodge and
Auxiliary are urged to register
immediately for the oncoming
ns Tell your friends to
likewise. It is a sacred duty
, and privilege of all Amencans
to vote.
I just received a call from Bro
Bill Pailot. formerly of Miami.
and now a member of the Ft,
Lauderdale Lodge. He told tne
that next Thursday night Ft
Lauderdale will hold its elec-
tions Tne Lodge now boasts a
membership of sixty. Not bad a:
all for such a small community
Recently the Lodge held a din-
ner dance that was very success-
ful
Sister Ida Optner announced a;
the last meeting that the Auxil-
iary had just begun a member-
ship drive. All husbands art-
urged to enroll their wives.
Until another week rolls round.
, au revoir.
MIAMI A. Z. A.
By Green
The Miami Chapter had an
outing at Greynolds Park Sun-
jday. March 10. We left the Y
| M. H A. at eleven o'clock in the
morning and arrived at the park
about twelve o'clock.
While lunch was being pre-
pared by the social chairmaj:.
Alvin Greenbere. the rest of the
fellows were throwing the ball
around. After lunch we lookiM"
at the beautiful spots in the park
After digesting the food the foot-
ball game started and starting
out with a mere game of touch
football the boys became rough
and before you knew it we were
playing tackle.
Many new pledges were there
and a good time was had by ail
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