VOLUME 14No. 12
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
Isaac Levin, of Miami, presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith's district 5,
will represent B'nai B'rith dis-
trict lodges at the national tri-
ennial convention of B'nai B'rith,
oldest and largest national Jew-
ish service and fraternal organi-
zation, which is meeting in Chi-
cago, March 29th to April 2nd.
Mr. Levin will leave Tuesday
for Chicago accompanied by Mrs.
Levin, active in B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary work. Mrs. Levin has
just received the appointment as
National Director of Education
for the Women's Supreme Coun-
cil of the organization.
A highlight of the convention
will be the address of the Hon. A.
Wallace, vice-president of the
United States, who will speak at
the national inspirational session
to be held at the Chicago Civic
Opera House on Sunday evening,
March 30th. Mr. Wallace will be
introduced by Henry Monsky,
president of B'nai B'rith. The
program will be broadcast by the
Columbia Broadcasting System
from 10:05 to 10:30 p.m. Central
Standard Time, and rebroadcast
over short wave to Latin America.
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organi-
zation and of the Jewish Agency
for Palestine, will be the guest
speaker at the luncheon session
on Sunday, March 30th, at the
As a member of the B'nai B'rith
executive committee, the organi-
zation's policy-making body be-
tween conventions, Mr. Levin
will also attend the two-day ses-
sion of the committee's 97th an-
nual meeting, which will be
held at the Drake Hotel, Chicago,
March 27th and 28th.
Expansion of B'nai B'rith's aid
to the national defense program,
broadening of its Americanism,
adult education and youth wel-
fare activities, and intensifica-
tion of war relief and refugee
a'd projects are among the most
important questions which will
have to be decided on by the de-
legates who will be speaking
and acting for 150,000 men and
women in every state in the
22 JEWS, 44 POLES GIVEN
SENTENCES OF 7 YEARS
Stockholm (WNS)A nazi high
court sentenced 22 Jews and 44
Poles to seven years at hard la-
bor after finding them guilty of
smuggling food into the Jewish
ghetto in Lodz in Nazi-occupied
Poland, it was learned here.
The Nazi high court added five
years to the prison sentence met-
ed out to the Jews and Poles by
a lower court which sentenced
them to two years. The Nazi
prosecutor was dissatisfied with
the lower court's decision and
took the case to the higher court
The Nazis allot specific food al-
lowances for the Lodz ghetto and
forbid any importation of food
from the outside city. Travellers
returning from Nazi-occupied Po-
land report that food allowances
in the Lodz ghetto are grossly
2.100 JENS FROM
TEL AVIV HAS MORE THAN
200.000 INHABITANTS NOW
Tel Aviv (WNSPalcor Ag-
ency)This all-Jewish city now
has more than 200,000 inhabi-
tants. This represents 40 percent
"f Palestine's Jewish population
Of more than 500,000.
Established in 1909 by a group
j pioneers headed by the late
Meier Dizengoff, who served as
Jts mayor for 22 years, the city
known as the "Hill of Spring"
was intended to serve merely as
a convenient residential center
'or Jews engaged in business and
commerce in the neighboring Ar-
ab city of Jaffa..
Ankara (WNS)The Bulgarian
government has ordered the ex-
pulsion to other parts of the
country of the 2.000 Jews resid-
ing in Philippopolis. the general
headquarters of the Nazi Army,
which 10 days after its formal
occupation of Bulgaria became its
undisputed master, it was reli-
ably reported here.
While the Nazi Army prepared
to come to grips with the com-
bined Greek and British troops,
the Nazis ordered all Jews and
foreigners cleared out of Bulgar-
ian cities near the Greek border.
The Jewish community of
Philippopolis is one of the oldest
Jewish communities in Bulgaria,
having been established there
since 1877 when Turkey was
forced to yield Macedonia to Bul-
The Jewish homes were requi-
sitioned for the use of Nazi army
officers. The expelled Jews were
permitted to take with them their
money and personal luggage but
were compelled to leave their
furniture. This was the first case
of the expulsion of a whole Jew-
ish community in Bulgaria from
one city to another.
It was reported also that the
Nazi "Horst Wessel" marching
song which sings of Jewish blood
spurting from Nazi knives has
been adopted by the Bulgarian
and Rumanian armies and is fre-
quently heard in Sofia and Bu-
Lisbon (WNS)A Nazi pro-
gram to "Aryanize" the economic
life of the Netherlands has been
launched by Nazi Commissioner
Arthur Seyss-Inquart, who an-
nounced that no Jewish business
may be sold or leased without
his consent, it was reported here.
The new decree, the Nazi com-
missioner explained, was design-
ed to prevent sales to conceal
Jewish ownership. The decree
empowers the Nazi commissioner
to forbid all Jewish enterprises
in the Netherlands and to ap-
point "Aryan" administrators for
At the same time. Commission-
er Seyss-Inquart, in a nation-
wide radio broadcast, warned the
Dutch people against being
friendly with the Jews, whom he
described as the real enemies of
Holland. He threatened drastic
reprisals against Netherlander^
who manifest their sympathy for
the Jews by participating in anti-
The Nazi commissioner said'
"You may take it as definite that
whenever we meet them we will
beat them (Jews) until they are
vanquished. It is said our atti-
tude regarding the Jews is con-
trary to the basic principles of
Dutch life. We will not suppress
the Dutch people, but we do not
consider the Jews an integral
part of the Netherlands people.
The Jews are simply their ene-
mies. There can be neither ar-
mistice nor peace with them.
"Whoever chooses to go with
the Jews will be harmed thereby.
One might think of a temporary
solution, but I am asking myself
whether the Dutch people will
forsake cooperation with the
German people merely for the
benefit of the Jews."
BRITISH JEWS CELEBRATE
PURIM. IN BOMB SHELTERS
London (WNS)Undaunted by
the renewed Nazi air attacks,
British Jews celebrated Purim
and read the traditional "megil-
lah" in underground air raid
shelters. The services came to a
close with the distribution to
Jews and non-Jews of "Haman-
taschen," known throughout Eng-
land at "Hitler-taschen."
The entire British press greet-
ed Purim with articles and edi-
torials, pointing out the parallel
between Haman and Hitler. The
London Evening Standard pre-
dicted that Hitler would meet
the same end as Haman.
It was announced that Naval
Lieutenant Harold R. Newgass
had received the King George
Cross for 'great gallantry and un-
daunted devotion to duty." Ma-
jor Robert B. Solomon and Lieu-
tenant Martin were awarded the
Distinguished Service Cross for
their bravery during the famous
retreat from Dunkirk.
F. PAUL LEU!
DRASTIC FOOD REDUCTIONS
ITALY BARS MILK TO JEWS
Zurich (WNS) The Italian
government has drastically re-
duced the food rations allowed
Jews, it was learned here. Fas-
cist authorities have forbidden
Jews to buy milk and limited the
amount of macaroni which they
may purchase. Already receiv-
ing less than the rest of the pop-
ulation, Italian Jews are subsist-
ing on starvation rations.
Vichy (WNS)Professor Paul
Levy of the Ecole Polytechnic
and the National School of Mines
and former president of the Ma-
thematical Society of France, has
been granted an exemption from
the anti-Jewish statute which
bars Jews from government and
educational posts, it was announ-
The anti-Jewish statute in un-
occupied France provided ex-
emptions for Jews who have
rendered special scientific, artis-
tic or #terary services to France.
Prof. Levy has twice received
prizes from the French Academy
of Science for his mathematical
Meanwhile, the special com-
missariat appointed by the Petain
Cabinet to deal with the "Jewish
question" has held several meet-
ings but no decisions have been
forthcoming as yet. It was feared
that the commissariat would ap-
ply a more strict enforcement of
the anti-Jewish regulations.
TD U. S.
FOR I BRIEF VISIT
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine and
who has been engaged in import-
ant war work in a special chem-
ical laboratory at the British Ad-
miralty in England during the
past seven months, was scheduled
to arrive in the United Statri
from Lisbon by Clipper thii
week for a brief visit to this
Dr. Weizmann, who had on
number of previous occasions
planned to come to the United
States, was detained in London
by his war duties and by vital
developments with regard to the
role of the Jewish community o/
Palestine in the defense of the
Middle Eastern front.
During his stay in this country
Dr. Weizmann will confer with
leading American scientists re-
garding his chemical research for
the British war effort and wil!
discuss with American Jewish
leaders plans for enabling Pales-
tine to give maximum aid to the
cause of Britain in the Middlr
Dr. Weizmann's visit is of
special importance in view of thf
recent developments in South-
eastern Europe and in Syria
which have placed Palestine ir>
a strategic position in the prose-
cution of the war by the British
in the Eastern Mediterranean
The world-renowned Jewish lead-
er, who served as the director ol
the chemical laboratories at the
British admiralty during the first
World War from 1916 to 1919, ex-
pects to return to London at
quickly as possible to carry on
his war duties.
At the present time the Daniei
Sieff Chemical Research Institute-
in Palestine, of which Dr. Weiz-
mann is the head, is engaged in
scientific work to aid the British
forces in the Middle East
AMERICAN TEW APPOINTED
MAGISTRATE AT HAIFA
Haifa (WNSPalcor Agency)
Simon Agranat, an American
Jew, has been appointed a Ma-
gistrate of this city, having ach-
ieved this honor in competition
with 29 other candidates.
SV/EDISH PRESS COMBATING [
RISING OF ANTI-SEMITISM
Stockholm (W N S)Warning
that the rise of Anti-Semitism in
Sweden may eventually jeopar-
dize the independence of that
country, the entire Swedish press
editorially urged the Government
to adopt firm measures to com-
bat the spread of anti-Jewish and
The Swedish newspapers stres-
sed the need to halt propaganda.
WEATHER PREVENTS JEWS
HEARING HITLER SPEECH
New York (WNS)Adolf
Hitler's special Purim broad-
cast to Jews in the United
States, which the Nasi radio
previously announced, could
not be heard because of a
heavy atmospheric blanket
which blotted out completely
all short-wave transmission
from Europe at 8:14 P. M. on
Purim. The broadcast was
scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m.
There was no confirmation
of reports that the Nazis de-
scribed the atmospheric con-
ditions as a plot hatched by
"international Jewry" to en-
slave all peace loving peoples.
TURKISH JEWS CONTRIBUTE
$1-000,000 TO LAND DEFENSE
Istanbul (WNS)Jews of Tur-
key have contributed $1,000,000
to patriotic organizations raising
funds for the defense of the coun-
try, it was announced here. The
Jewish contribution becomes sig-
nificant when it is taken into con-
sideration that the Jews comprise
a very small part of the popula-
tion and for the most part are
GALA BAZAAR AND CARN1
VAL TO BE GIVEN, Y. M. H. A.
A gala bazaar and carnival wirl
be presented Saturday night, all
day Sunday and Sunday night
Sponsored by the Y.M.H.A. and
its affiliated groups at the Y
grounds. Emil Boreo will be a
feature ,on Sunday afternoon.
FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 194!
Th friends of Mr Bad Mn Cr.as
izman ;>.'<_ ir 'ed I '
then ill b
to Sej .
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Greater I^iam: Chapter Sal
Home J hJldren. Denvei
hold tfaeii regulai n
March 25 at M ms
Bt'. thi: :. partnv 1 1 St n Mi-
Beacl 1 I t:ng
' ..'. take place at 1 p. in fol-
.' by ..".'- regulai mi tins at
The Men's Ciub .: 7- 1
ring a Fath< 1 and S< -
' ''- irch 27 at tl v M H
-. featuring % complete pi
^ d.'.- rj ;.. ;:
rved at thi
1 thi -. ning The affair will
';'-' "'- members u d thi ir
Mr. and Mrs. A. Snyder u
it:r.g their sister and brother-in-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pritz-
f.'-x The Snyders are spei
their vacation on Miami Beach
RAY SHOCHET Society EdHc*
I MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK I
Mn. Mane Blumberg was hos-
Shabbos eve at the social
hour following services at Con-
gregation Beth El.
A Purim program by the child-
.' Congregation Beth Ei was
held Sunday morning at Scher
! hall. Rabbi Manuel Gretnstem
was assisted by Mrs. Seymour
Kominers in directing the pro-
Mr. and Mrs. Bernbaum. of
Hollywood. California, announce
the birth of a daughter. Mrs.
I Bernbaum is the former Louise
Sirkin. daughter of Mr. a:
1 Harry Sirkin. this city Mr Bern-
Shown above is t uu the Y :: and Y W H A taki Satui y aum ,5 a brother of George
.^i Burn, male member of the fa-
u Jack Apte Mrs Ann L: >nr.an. Charles Blau Irei n Edith Roberts. Margie Roberts, mous comedy team of Burns and
Chark< Mrs E haei r. Ft at Allen.
The unveiling :' a Stone ill
.-;. : H .r. K if,. U1 '. ... take
Sunday at 2 p m a:
Max Shaj rtduct the
Mrs. Isador Fine, presidi Bt
David Sisterhood, announces
ingc game v..::
c ntin tie ev< ry ''. nd nine
a: the Beth David Talmud T
Word was received this week of
idden death of I. Green
Brc -yr N Y. brother of Mrs
William Friedman of Mi
Funeral services were held Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pollock .
friends and relatives tc attend
the bar mitzvah -:' their son
Richard, at Beth David synagogue
Saturday morning at M
ger of radio and
[ N York and 1
sylvania is visiting at M;
u apj an it Bay-
front an; Flamingo Parks and
various :lubs in the city
Beth David Sisterhood will
soi ^ card bing. and ? ...
at 8 c :'.xk a: thi 1 Hoti
Mi E._.:. '.'.:: Jac b Plot-
kin will serve a-
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Herman.
Lawrence, Long Island are vis-
iting with Mrs Hei
Morris Binder a: Miami Beach.
Daughters of Israel will c _.<.: rail
I ir third sedi r :. held a: a
kosher .-. tel on Miami Beacr.
Sunday night Apr:! 13.
GHETTOS ARE ESTABLISHED
grad WNS Nazi auth-
rities in occupied-Poland I
I gh< tt 5 in 25 cities
thi ginning of the war.
act rding tc the Cracower Zei-
reported that plans
are ng to open ghettos
in every Polish city with a Jew-
ish E [ llati :.. The Nazi :
. Warsaw, Lodz. Cru-
Radom and Kielce as some
;:' the larger I ... ities where
already been estab-
Alfred Meyer. Kingston. N. Y.
.....- host at Shalos Sude last
Shabbos at the local Scher Hall.
"The widespread influence of
totalitarian ideologies in many
of the world presents a
challenge to everything we hold
in our American way of
"Our public schools are not
immediately responsible for the
emergency measures of military
Governor Herbert H. Lehman
9/i HojioA of. 9xmoAj^A
The HOTEL EVANS
Tenth and CollinsMiami Beach
J I Theatre:
A Z A
South End Washington
TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY-MARCH 25th and 26th
TWO DAYS ONLY!
All TalkingSinging-Comedy Hit
The Jewish Melody"
with Izador Casher. Lazar Freed and Chiam Tauter
Music by Sholem Secunda
Sedar Services Conducted in the Traditional Manner by
CANTOR REV. PHILLIP KARP
Assisted by Rabbi M. Green
FIRST SEDAR. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL 11. (:30 P. M.
SECOND SEDAR. SATURDAY EVENING. APRIL 12. 6:S0 P. M.
Re-vaticnt Suggested for
S3ar Nt>-ts and Remainder
of Passover Week
PHONE 5 4611
Enjcy the Holiday Festival
In the Home-Like Atmo.
SDhere of the Evans
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under the Suoervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
GRADE "A" MILK-SWEET BUTTER-SWEET
CREAM-SOUR CREAM-COTTAGE CHEESE
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US
PHONE 2-2621 2534 N. MIAMI AVE.
Miss Charlotte Groner
The wedding ceremony of Miss
Charlotte Groner. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Louis Groner. to
Mr Sam Halpert. son of Mr. and
Mrs S. N. Halpert. will take
place at the home of Rabbi Col-!
man A Zwitman Sunday after-
noon. The couple will reside on
Al Berkowiu returned from a
short visit to Gainesville and At-
lanta where he visited with
friends and relatives.
Herman Waitiman has returned
from Gainesville after a brief
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldman an-
nounce the birth of a daughter.
Sharon Ann. at Victoria Hospital
City registration books are
now open in the City Clerks of-
fice in the City Ha!!. Register it
wouHr^1V'lege- Use u 3 others
a< It, !l? f not so fouate
dtize '" be'ng an American,
Boled Undtr luperviiion
*ABSf MENOEl CHODSOW "Hillll
XPASI & lynn
FxrUSSR MIAMI BEACH
FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1941
Abe Aronovitz formally an-
nounced his candidacy
for city commissioner in the
forthcoming election in May. He
filed his petition and complied
with all requirements in the of-
fice of city clerk, Frank J. Kelly,
Aronovitz said: "My decision to
seek election was culminated by
the many requests of my friends
and by the advice of many civic-
minded Miamians throughout the
city. Since my announcement 1
have received evidence and prom-
ise of much support and the
good wishes of hundreds of qual-
ified voters all expressing their
satisfaction in me as a candidate
and anticipate an extremely suc-
cessful campaign and certainty
of election to the office I seek.
According to a poll of public sen-
timent my race is gaining mo-
mentum daily and although
rather early for predictions, po-
litical observers point to my elec-
tion by a large majority. My
record as a public servant covers
a span of many years in the state
of Florida with most of my time
spent in the southeastern part
of the state. Much of my youth
was spent in Key West and I am
happy to state that 1 find many
Key Westers as my staunchest
Aronovitz's first public posi-
tion was as state's attorney and
he became prominent in the city
of Miami public life as county
solicitor and assistant city at-
torney. He has also been the
leader of many public move-
recent litigation with the Florida
Power and Light Company elec-
tric rate case which was ulti-
mately won by the city in the
United States Supreme Court re-
sulting in a consumers refund of
several millions of dollars. He is
now taking part in the present
controversial water deal having
resigned his position with the
city in order to be able to take
active part in the litigation.
He is a member of the Florida
and State Bar Associations and
he has taken an interest in many
civic and nligious institutions
and endeavors. He was chair-
man of the Red Cross Humanity
Ball last year which was spon-
sored by Sholcm Lodge B'nai
B'rith which he now serves as
president. Last week he com-
pleted his #task as chairman of
the Greek" Relief Drive which
staged an affair at Bayfront Park
at which was realized more than
$5,000.00 for the cause.
Friends of "Abe" as he is
called have stated that with his
election we can be confident that
we will have a competent, hon-
est, industrious, and able com-
missioner and that his services
will be a distinct contribution
and benefit to the people of this
community and to the city of
HANDICAP RACE IS
Tropical Park's Puett starting
gate will creak and groan as an
avalanche of horses attempts to
crowd into the limited space of
14 stalls in Saturday's second
running of the $3000 added Royal
Palm Handicap at one mile and
seventy yards. The event closed
on March 1 with 50 nominations,
and of this number no less than
21 are still counted upon as prob-
able starters with the added
liklihood of several others tak-
ing a parting stab at the stake
before shipping north. It all sums
up to added thrills for the race-
goers, and added headaches for
Starter "Buddy" Wingfield who
will send the field away.
Bull Whip was the winner of
the initial running of the Royal
Palm Handicap last year, fol-
lowed across the line by Tech-
nician and Supreme Sir. A field
of twelve contested the issue, and
of that even dozen only Tech-
nichian, Shot Put, Mythical King
and Dunade are eligibles for the
1941 renewal. It is probable that
Technician will come out of re-
tirement in the week end feature,
the Woolford Farm star finding
the Royal Palm a real prep for
his engagement in the closing
day $10,000 Tropical Handicap,
main objective of the winter sea-
son. Of the 50 nominees Satur-
day, 32 are also named for the
The Royal Palm starters will
be drawn from among the fol-
lowing horses: Bow Low, Don
Moss, Devil's Crag, Gino Rex,
Shot Put, Oversight, Jeanne d'-
Arc, Many Stings, Maeda, Robert
L, Ringie, Miss Quiz, Timeful.
Visigoth, Sirasia, Topee, Royal
Man, Sickle T., Plowshare, Joe
Schenck and Technician.
3 SHOWS 2 BANDS
"Drinks on House at Five"
Wucher & Lynn, well-known
wholesale grocery company, has
been appointed exclusive distri-
butors in this area for the Good-
man products. Goodmans is an
internationally known firm and
one of the leading distributors of
matzos and Passover products
for many years.
Registration books are now
open in the City Clerk's office.
/&* They Are Thoroughly
Baked, Mot Boiled
In every Jewish section of town,
you'll find that folks serve heinz
OVEN-BAKED VEGETARIAN BEANS.
Usually they serve no other kind
at all. Heinz Baked Beans have
that matchless, home-made flavor
that only honest-to-goodness oven-
THE SEAl OF APPHOVAl /T?V
IS ON THE LABEl V*/
Endorsed by The Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America._________
One of the (Q) Yttrfrffcs
U CI %i T VEGETARIAN
H till OVEN-BAKED
22nd at Collins Ph.5-2066
ARE ACTIVE ON ALL
MID EAST FRONTS
Jerusalem (WNS-Palcor Agen-
cy)The majority of Palestine's
8,000 young Jewish soldiers are
now active on the Middle East-
ern fronts, according to the Pal-
estine And Middle East Maga-
These volunteers of the Yishuv
have merited the appreciation of
the British Commanders, who
have not hesitated to commend
them publicly in the highest
terms for the courage and loyalty
and intelligence they have mani
fested during their service
throughout the whole sector of
action stretching from Greece
through Libya to Abyssinia, the
Jewish stevedores, including n
group recruited from Tel Aviv
Port, are now en route for ser-
vice in the African ports cap-
tured by the British army of the
Nile during the past several
months, it was announced.
PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS
Land O' Sun
IN THE NEW SANITARY
SINGLE SERVICE CONTAINER
"Your Personal Container"
NEVER USED BEFORE
NEVER USED AGAIN
Land O'Sun Dairy Products lor
Passover are produced locally
under the supervision of
Rabbi Moses Meschelofi
Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner
Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong.
GRADE "A" MILK
Land O' Sun
Or Order from Route Salesman
FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 194!
PLANT AND MAIN
21 S. W. SECOND
p. o. box :::;
BRITAIN READY Tfl
FRED K. SHOCHET
Managing Edit r
Eerec cs second class matter July 4, 193C a: the ?cs:
Ofcce of Miami. Florida, under the Art of March 3, 1579
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 21.
OP IB NAZIS NOW
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS J. BIRON)
T.-.e Jews are caair. marked as a sccpegoc: by Nazi Ger-
many. This time they are being blamed for me passage by the
'J S. Congress of the Lecse-Ler.d 3.11 which will enable Eng"lar.d
to gei maximum aid from America.
Articles in the Nazi press commenting on the bO] suggest
reprisals not only against the Jews of the Reich but against the
few= of the entire European continent. In order to justify these
reprisals, they charge Justice Felix Frankfurter with be'ir.g re-
sponsible for the pcssage c: the bill. The fact that the 'vast
majority of Congressmen and Senators who voted for the bill
represent s:a:es and cities where there is almost no Jewish popu-
lation means nothing to the Nazi rulers. The Nazi propaganda
:a:hine must Supply z scapegoat and there is nc better scace-
goct for the Nazis "them the jew
Tr.e threal of the Nazi press to tcke revenge on all the Jews
in Europe for the will c: the American people to help England
coe-s nc: come cs something new. Nazi'speakers and'Nazi
newspapers have long been hinting of a clan which Hitler hcs
prepared "to rid Europe of Jews". This pkm had been boasted
of by Nazi leaders months before e Lease-Lend Bill was ever.
brmulated. The passage cf this bill may however, serve cs
cm excuse to me Gestapo for increasing its terror against the
lews. ;us: as e -i.lmg of a minor official in the German Em-
bassy in Paris served Goerir.g as the best pretext to fleece the
lews in the Reich of their capital and valuables.
It can be foreseen thai Nazi-financed propcaandists in the
Jnited States will follow the propaganda line of'Germany and
will similarly ma^e an effort to develop a campaign blaming
the Jews for the passage of the Lecse-Lend Bill. Here is where
active counter-measures will be necessary. The Jews in Europe
may oe helpless to counteract the malicious campaigns against
(hem by the Nazis. America, however, is no: Germany He^e
aD measures must be taken to check the Nczi-pcid propagan-
dists before their propaganda becomes effective.
7.-. Britisl .
. rything : I x>
nge of G
a, ch.lir n and ok
tained in Pa
tiniam detained in 3 n any, Un-
.-;. :' r F Affairs
Richard Austen Butli r I .
Hous< >f Commons. The
ticated, must be up
to the German government
The Question of reciprocal re-
patriati n was raised again bj
; 1 William Frederick S
land. Conservative M ?. wh
almost : m ntha o^ had in-
quired .. : .:. vil of thl
privations suffered by
md Id men
Palestinian nati ... ho are
1 any the gi .- m-
w nld not expediti a
terchangi with similar G .
info rn< ; in Palestin< A: that
time Cole nial Und< 1
i ... H :.ry Ki.:
action had already been taki
and that it was hoped that
thr ugh the good office- of thi
Unit! i States Embassy such an
interchange would soon be
I a a recipr ;'. I asis
When Capt. Strick ...:
concerning the position of Uu
negotiati ru and the ;. *si itj
immediate exchange. Mr But-
ler amplified the former report.
"The government.'" he stated,
"has sent to Germany, through
the United States Embassy, a list |
Of t.-.e German women and chil-
dren in Palestine who wish to
return to Germany, and have ex-
pressed their readiness to allow
them to leave if a number of
women and children and a few
>ld menbe permitted to leave
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
^Bcth J.Voh r Ual COnCert" Sunday evenil* *" 23- at
the Beth Jacob Congregation. Appreciated by audiences for mam
years with his rend.t.on of selections with a beautiful teno a Tapa
c.ty attendance is anticipated. Cantor Mamches is canto-'of Beth
Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach. On the oroeram 1 v
U> the Cantor will be Melvin Michaels, ^"S'Z^Z
Eleanor Clarke Linton, concert pianist. 'nuoso and
10 BANISH JEWS
Belgrade (WNS -The Nazi
government .-.as completed plans
to expel 40.000 Jews from Ger-
many, mostly from Frankfurt.
Dresden and Hamburg, within
the next ten days, it was report-
ed here. The expelled Jews will
be sent to Nazi-occupied France.
the report stated.
First notification that they
were to be expelled reached the
40.000 Jews when their regular
food cards carried a notice stat-
ing that the cards were valid on-
-y for an additional week or ten
I days. The amount of baggage
and money which the Jews will
be allowed to take with them was
: not disclosed.
News of new expulsions cre-
ated a panic in Jewish circles and
resulted in long lines of German
Jews outside the consulates of
foreign countries, particularly
the United States, pleading for
visas. A number of fortunate
Jews who obtained visas left
Berlin hastily on sealed trains
At the same time it was
earned that Dr. Otto Hirsch. di-
rector of the Reichsvereinigung
der Juden in Deutschland, offi-
cial organization of German
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
The grapevine reports that Hitler is quite annoyed over the
Luftwaffe's failure to subdue England, and over his Fifth Col-
umn'8 failure to stop passage of H. R. 1776 .. Radio Commen.
tator H. V. Kaltenborn insists that the war will end in a British
victorybut that it'll take two more years Which can't be
much of a consolation to the Jews in Lublin Are you fol-
lowing William L. Shirer's revelations of life in Naziland, in the
Atlantic Monthly? When in Rome, quips Broadway, do as
the Germans do Paul Marion, Vichy's new propaganda
minister, is known as one of France's most rabid anti-Semites.
To be entirely fair, however, one must allow that at times a
spark of humanity is perceptible in Vichy We're thinking in
particular of Marcel Markus, now a Major in the French army,
who was promoted to this rank after the Hitler armistice
This beccuse of Major Markus' extraordinary valor during the
Blitzkreig .. Major Markus has made no secret of his Jewish-
r.essand there is abroad a suspicion that it is for his own sake
that his superiors have sent him to a North African post, where
it will be harder for the Nazis to lay their hands on him.
IN THE AIR
Did you know that the Knights of Judea, Inc., have organ-
ized a Hying School and a Jewish Engineering Corps for the
training of young Jews who aie not eligible for training under
the cuspices of the Civil Aeronautics Authority? ... If you're
interested, write to the organization at General Post Office Box
No. 547, New York City The Knights of Judea aren't taking
students interested in commercial aviation, however Their
idea is to provide trained pilots for Uncle Sam's defense pro-
grcm or. in the case of men not subject to the draft, for volun-
teer service in the Royal Air Force, which at their request will
then send these volunteers to defend Palestine Incidentally
there's a California Flying Club in Los Angeles which is trying
to promote interest in aviation among Jewish youth And a
committee of American aviators who will raise funds for the
families of R. A. F. heroes killed in action will be headed bv
Roger Wolfe Kahn. '
THIS AND THAT
Two interesting evenings at Columbia University have been
planned by the Youth and Education Department of the Zion-
ist Organization of America ... On March 27th Dr. Samuel
Goldman and Alexander M. Dushkin will lead an open discus-
sion on Zionism and American Jewish life." and on May 29th
Louis Lipsjcy and Dr. Mordecai M. Kaplan will speak on the
uheme of Jewish Nationalism" ... A newcomer toTur shores
LIhh Tl nB famOUS French CTiminal lawY w^ de-
r,P nf rl D ,' =??rMzpan I We're *nY hear f the ill-
ness of Dr. Paul Schwartz, who until 1933 was New York's Get-
iTedYnr^h- I Ht P!fferrfd ,0 relincluish his job and be ex-
ded from his homeland to knuckling under to Hitler Wall
btreet. they say is preparing to wage a bitter fight aqainst the
appointment of Benjamin Cohen as SEC head when he returns
from h^ mission m London with Dr. Winant All-year-round
rtoSi a oSn3^ ,hekldS of. Cleveland is Police Captain Arthur
tinnnl P'neer m the Providing of safety measures and recrea-
tional and summer camp facilities for the children of his city.
LIVE AND LEARN
B'riS'hisTo^ ta fitfe" Wt neV6r knew now <*o* B'nai
the Windv Citv ? k Y; The first B nai B nth Lodge in
SToKeS SSeXSBtt1185The- hs^a^kdez
SSP^DSaftsSwMl? UnDd6r B'nai B'rith leadership in
istTcompcmTfor me 82nd fc?^ Lodae recruited a Jew-
cation oiTmemb* of H n01sDInfantrY The first idenufi-
affairs in cS^^^^.^^^ with Jewish
Rosenwald, an uncle of Ik. 1 ,nth function Leasing
the Spring^. Z Lcleaf TTm P^thropist represented
lishment of B'nai vJSXuL ft rH5 mQrkin9 C eStab'
tnwn 6 m Chicago way back in 1868.
ChaplmVf iSwia9eS-in 1Tl0n,real ** boate a Charlie
name is Charles S. CbmJh? H?*^ ^ bm Toronto' who6e
famous Charlie, however / dauM no kin8hiP ^ *e
fusing, the famous Charlie' plans to^f6 F*1* mIB COn'
which wUl concern refuaee, f m v ?k* ha next picture-
film debut of his adTSTcteCa3Sf?.-,a,J fOT the
r U ABOUT PEOPEE
to St&'^,5S,Jia?,ft who "-0 election
and was responsible for a rewrdnniwS0* criminal lawyf
hehmg some sort of record wUh th Lf accluittals, is estab-
ta jaU that he's handing outotheT.1 ?Laggregate ^
come before him for mS^T -e. convcted prisoners who
come before him for sentence SSi Conv!c,ed prisoners who
everything else, Hedy Lamarr ha. ~ ^^U kPow *"* on toP of
ventor, and has Bweral^oSnta J 2?lderable ,alent an ifl-
Patents pendmg right now? ... And
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FRIDAY. MARCH 21. 1941
-Jewlsti fk* Milan
1S7 N. E. 19th MrMt
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1255
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaOorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
"Do not withdraw thyself from
Sabbath Ere Services
Friday evening, March 21, Rab-
bi Colman A. Zwitman will speak
on "The Recent Split and Reun-
ion in the United Jewish Appeal,
and the Ideological Significance."
A reception for worshipers, un-
der Sisterhood sponsorship, will
follow the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, March 22,
at 11 o'clock, Congregational
participation, Torah reading and
M-rmonette on Biblical portion
by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of
the Confirmation Class help con-
duct the services. Parents and
friends are cordially invited.
The Miami Round Table, affil-
iated with the National Confer-
ence of Christians and Jews, is
presenting a special broadcast ov-
er WIOD Friday evening, March
21 at 9:15 o'clock. An Interfaith
Trialogue will be presented by
Father F. Sullivan, of the Cath-
olic faith; Rev. R. Z. Tyler, of
the Protestant faith; and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman. of the Jew-
ish faith. Temporary co-chair-
men of the Miami Round Table
are Daniel H. Redfearn, Benja-
min E. Bronston, and Andrew T.
A regular meeting of the teach-
ers of the Religious School of
Temple Israel will be held on
Wednesday evening, March 26,
in the Temple board room, at 8
o'clock. The Passover Festival
will be the subject of discussion.
Teachers are urged to attend.
The Jewish Hour of the Rab-
binical Association of Greater
Miami will be conducted this
Sunday afternoon, March 23, at
4:30 o'clock over WIOD by Dr.
Kaplan and Rabbi Zwitman.
Temple Public Seder
The first Passover Seder will
be observed on Friday evening,
April 11th. The annual Temple
Public Seder is always an event
which is long remembered by the
many who attend it. Conducted
by both rabbis, it is a spiritual
and culinary feast.
If you are interested in attend-
ing a Temple Seder, please call
the Temple office, 2-7745, or drop
a card to the Temple, notifying
us of the number of people in
your party who would attend a
The following is the nominat-
ing committee appointed at the
Sisterhood March meeting: Mrs.
Harry Rubin, chairman; Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Frank Coret,
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman, Mrs.
Stanley Jacobs, Mrs. Jack Bern-
stein, Mrs. M. L. Cowen.
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Elizabeth
Sylvia Taradash, wife of William
Taradash; Jacob Berman, son of
Hyman Berman; Sophie Feld-
man, mother of Mrs. Jos. S. Gar-
YahrzeiU: Emil Davis, father
of Mrs. Myron M. Newman; Her-
bert Meyer, brother of Sidney
Meyer; Hyman Weitz, father of
Max Weitz; Henry Bronner, fath-
er of Marvin Bronner; Mary
Turk, sister of Jack Bernstein;
Fanny Nadel, mother of M. J.
Nadel; Harold Pearlman, father
of Jules Pearlman; Lena Pearl,
man, mother of Jules Pearl-
Floral offerings last week in
memory of Alexander S. Zucker
and Riza Whitelow.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
2263 S- W. 21st Terrace
Shachriss, daily at 7 and 8 a. m
Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:45 p. m.,
Friday and Saturday at 6 p. m.
Maariv, daily at 6:40 p. m., Sat-
urday at at 7 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
preach on the Portion of the
Young Israel Junior Congregation
Junior services are held Fri-
day evening at 6 o'clock and Sat-
urday morning at 9 in the Tal-
mud Torah building. All boys
and girls, young men and young
women able to read the Siddur
are cordially invited to attend
these services. A sermonette is
delivered each Sabbath morning.
The services are under the di-
rection of Mr. B. Reinhardt, and
Refreshments are served after
the morning service by the Sis-
The following will celebrate
their becoming of bar mitzvah
age during our Sabbath services
this Saturday morning: Joseph
Charles Leifer, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Leifer; Bertram War-
shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Warshaw; and Morton Namrow,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Namrow.
Rabbi Mescheloff will give the
boys their bar mitzvah instruc-
tions after their bar mitzvah
addresses. Cantor Mamches will
chant the services.
Fifth Annual Concert
Cantor Mamches will present
his annuai concert in which he
will be supported by prominent
votalists and instrumentalists,
this Sunday night at 8 o'clock at
our synagogue. Tickets can be
purchased at the door.
The men and women's divis-
ions of the Mizrachi of Miami
Beach will meet this Saturday
night at 8:30 p. m. at the syn-
agogue. Men and women are
cordially invited to attend.
Daughters of Israel Meet
The Daughters of Israel and
their Men's Division will meet
Wednesday night at 8:00 o'clock
at the Talmud Torah building.
Men and women interested in
the observance of the Jewish
laws of family purity, and the
erection of a modern ritualarium
are urged to attend.
Our Habonoth meet Wednesday
at 7:00 p. m. at the Talmud To-
Trah building. They are busy
with preparations for the presen-
tation of an old-time movie to
be presented Sunday night,
March 30th, at the synagogue.
They will celebrate at a party at
the Nemo Hotel this Sunday
night. March 23rd, each girl com-
ing with escort.
Religious School Entertainment
A splendid Purim entertain-
ment was presented by the child-
ren of our Religious school Sun-
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. A
Purim Fantasy was presented;
many readings, selections and
songs in English, Hebrew and
Yiddish were offered. The play
was coached by the rabbi. Sing-
ing was led by the cantor.
Refreshments were served dur-
ing the morning classes and at
the afternoon's entertainment by
We welcome the son of our
Sisterhood president, Dr. Sey-
mour London, to our community
and hope he will enjoy his va-
A complete "sell out" was our
annual Purim Ball at the Flond-
ian Hotel last Sunday night. A
wonderful evening was enjoyed
We wish to thank Mr. Frank
Seiden for his courtesy and help-
fulness in offering us the services
of his hotel for the occasion. We
thank Sid White of the Southern
HEIST JEWS FOB
LEASE LEND BILL
Geneva (WNS)Threats of re-
prisals against Jews in Germany
and other Nazi-controlled coun-
tries were made by high ranking
Nazi officials following passage
in the United States of the lease-
lend bill, it was learned here.
When President Roosevelt sign-
ed the bill which will make the
United States the arsenal of the
democracies, he provoked a tor-
rent of abuse in Berlin and Rome
aimed at American Jews and the
White House. The Nazi-controlled
press accused the president and
American Jews of "whipping"
the bill through Congress.
Linking the names of Bernard
Baruch, Prof Felix Frankfurter
and Benjamin V. Cohen with
passage of the bill, Nazi officials
charged that the bill was passed
to safeguard the interests of "in-
ternational Jewry." The Nazis
declared that the Jews were
compelling the American people
to win back for them the posi-
tions and influence which they
had in pre-Hitler Europe.
Hinting at reprisals against the
Jews in Nazi lands, the Boersen
Zeitung stated that this "Jewish
action" today "burdens not only
Jewish immigration but also that
portion of Jewry which is still in
Europe with heavy responsibil-
ity. The Jew Frankfurter did
them no service by getting around
and undermining American neu-
The real fifth columnists in the
United States, the Nazi press
stormed, are the "Jews and Brit-
ons like the late Marquess of
Lothian and Viscount Halifax."
The Voelkischer Beobachter said:
"The international fronts are now
in every respect clear and defin-
itely drawn. We know for what
and against whom we are stand-
ing in the fields. The final bat-
In Italy, the Regime Fascista
referred to President Roosevelt
as "the Emperor of the Jews" and
repeated the charge that the
president is motivated primarily
by the wishes and interests of
world Jewry. The entire Italian
press published the usual anti-
(Miami s Pioneer Congr.galion)
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th TerraCe
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
1545 S W. Third Street
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.
The next regular meeting of
Miami Unit Junior Hadassah will
be held Monday evening, March
24, at Beth David synagogue at
8:30 o'clock. Plans for the An-
niversary Donor's Dinner will be
given by Miss Gladys Stein, the
Each girl is required to earn
or raise $6.00 for this affair
which will entitle her and her es-
cort to attend this Donor's Din-
ner and Dance.
This affair promises to be an
outstanding one, so girls get to
work and raise your money. A
report, on the South Regional
Convention which -was held in
Savannah recently will be given
by Miss Betty Lasky, president.
Youth Aliyah will also be feat-
Theatrical Agency for the eve-
ning's floor show and program of
entertainment. We express our
gratitude to the men and women
who worked to sell tickets and
make possible the success of this
one annual affair conducted by
our congregation. To our presi-
dent, Mr. M. B. Frank, goes the
admiration of all for having sold
more tickets than all our other
Siyum Hasafer Celebration
Over 300 people attended the
celebration of the presentation of
a new Safer Torah by Louis
Block to our synagogue on
March 16th. The affair was a
spiritual treat and also redound-
ed financially to the benefit of
Mr. Block bought the coveted
honor of bringing in the Safer
Torah to the synagogue and prof-
fcrred the same to Rabbi Kell-
A resolution honoring Mr.
Block was read and unanimously
approved. The congregation joins
the rabbi in extending best
wishes to Mr. Block for a long
and happy life.
Sunday School Purim Party
On Sunday, March 23, the en-
tire Sunday School will partici-
pate in a Purim celebration in
the Talmud Torah building. A
play, "The Casting of Lots," will
be presented by the Habonoth
Buds. Refreshments will be
served by the committee of the
Ladies Auxiliary headed by Mrs.
Rabbi and Mrs. Kellner join
the congregation in extending a
sincere mazel tov to Miss Ray
Shochet on her approaching mar-
riage. May the Almighty bless
this union with joy and happi-
ness for many, many years.
Jerry Yanks, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Murry Yanks, will be
bar mitzvah this coming Shabbos
and the parents take this means
of inviting their friends to the
service. Rabbi Kellner will ad-
dress the boy and greet the fam-
ily in the name of the congrega-
The Buds, the youngest group
of the Habonoth, presented the
Purim play which was the high-
light of the very successful Purim
program of the Auxiliary. They
will also present the play at the
Sunday School party.
Miss Phyliss Schulman, the
first president of the Habonoth,
sang several selections at the
meeting and received outbursts
of applause for her renditions.
We pray for the speedy re-
covery of our dear sister, Mrs.
Rose Tempelhof, and hope that
she will soon regain her health.
Word has just reached us that
Harold Berkowitz is ill in At-
lanta. We pray to the Almighty
that he may soon enjoy a full
and complete recovery.
1SS N. W. Third Avenue
MAX 3(1 API HO, fUDDI
498 s. w. 11th Road
Office Phone 2-1473
Home Phono 2-2179
DR. ISRAEL SHMID
wishes to explain to you in person sow
you can improve your health by chang-
ing your diet, taking manipulative
treatment, opening the bowels, and
complying with his instructions for a
For An Appointment Call 5-5102
1130 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach.. Fla.
Anyone havlnn articles of
clothing, furniture, etc. that
axe not being used or needed,
please cooperate with the La-
dies Auxiliary of the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. and send
these articles to the RUM-
MACE STORE maintained by
If You Cannot Bring These
Located at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Mr. L. J. Hartx. 2-71JS
Mrs. Morris Dubler, 5.3517
Mrs Harry Kaufman, 5-4209
Jewish Welfare Office, 3-5377
Mr*. Meyer Schwartz, 2 1894
and they will bo called for
Daily Services_______7 30 a. in.
Evening Services_____5:30 p.m.
Saturday morning___8:30 a. m.
Sunday morning______8:30 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily 3:15-8:15
Sunday School _____10:00 a.m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays 10:31) a. 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 officate, and guest
Cantor Nathan Wrooble will
chant the liturgic melodies. Rab-
bi Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject 'What After the Storm?"
An oneg-shabbos will follow,
and refreshments will be served
by the Sisterhood.
Services will be conducted at
8:30 Saturday morning and Jun-
ior services at 10:30. This Sat-
urday morning Richard, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pollock,
will become bar mitzvah. He will
recite the "Maftir" and extend
greetings to the worshipers. Im-
mediately after the benediction,
a reception will be held in the
auditorium, and Richard will
serve as host to the Junior Con-
A Purim playlette written by
Miss Miriam Weintraub, and en-
acted by Rosalyn Rabin, Meyer
Greenberg, David Jacobs, Fred-
die Scher and Solomon Singer,
was presented during the assem-
bly last Sunday morning. Re-
freshments were served by the
Sisterhood, and songs for the oc-
casion were sung.
We hope and pray to the Al-
mighty that He send an immedi-
ate and pcimanent cure to Mrs.
Molly Apte. who is at home con-
valescing from an accident. She
is indeed deserving of sound
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mrs. Wm. Friedman at
the death of her beloved brother.
May his soul be bound up in the
bond of eternal life.
The following "Yahrzeiten"
whose names are inscribed in our
Memorial Book of Life, will be
read from the pulpit this Fri-
day evening during the late ser-
vices: Chaim, father of Mrs.
Hoffman; Lieba, daughter of
Kate Marks; Eliah, husband of
Rebecca Lazarus; Yitzchok Isaac,
father of Mrs. Louis Weinkle;
Oodel, mother of Mrs. Wm. Latt;
Surah, in memory of Sarah Of-
Sisterhood Purim Celebration
A most delightful and elabor-
ate Purim celebration was held
in the auditorium last Thurs-
day evening, March 13th, at
which time Rev. and Mrs. Kal-
man Shapiro were the guests of
honor. Miss Evelyn Auslander
was heard in recitation in a very
striking fashion. Miss Osnath
Halevy rendered most beautiful-
ly appropriate numbers. Rev.
Shapiro addressed the large
gathering and presented farewell
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by ISAAC JOFFE
On Tucadaj evening March
V,::. .. open mt ting of
board -1 dm cton : thi
Federation -. -.;r held at Kaplan
Mall of Temple Israel for th<
;. xrpoae -.' con idenng Um fol-
- ... ted b)
thi Nations .- :
Federation! and ''' Ian Fund
1 That the Nat
tablisf a national ad
b *dgi '- for national and
ci .<.- eai -: tppealing I
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2 77.%I at an in itial step
t up u
form u la t ..---.---..
A thi ." ri
Di rtn -..'..' mmiM th< V- it-
ed Palestine Appeal and the
National Ref igt Sei n 1M1
In keeping *itn tl
tic 1 rhich our F< : ration
*/aj founded nd it car-
;.' on iti work the contributor
to our v.- fart Fund an cordia j
.-. irited to attend thi. at p rtai I
.-.- > ting
ADL HEAD ADDRESSES WEL-
FARE AUXILIARY MEETING
'TTie Auxiliary an -.- rf rrr -
more vital I .:.- thai tl at
thi meai i for u I rpn i -..
the vork A the Je h ''.'
B irea it '.'..-
.-.;. taid v.'.:..;.-- Bozerman
:' _'. .-.r.da Reg:'.r. = .
Office of the Ar.ti-Di fa: it:
- addr g a :!
ung .- the Iiarliea Auxiliary
of .: Welfare Bureau
Hotel Miami Beach Speaking
on the Ribiect Why Ji
I of tradi-
>nai atu id< toward chanty
and the organization of -'-
socia! in the United
. ti at not it
-: of the public
are r oecau I b in-
-;.. id ialj *nd famila
by sk 1 J forkei
Hi that pul
Ired 4o not have thi
ti on ." tl i or atn at of
itn the man
rati than ith the ind
7-, progranr for tl luncl
- I by 17!
Auxiliary and their i
featured a ikit under the:
direction of Mn Ha Optr.er
. :th Mr :. : Hartz Mn Morri
:. r Mi Ma Jrice Jai oba and
'.'.: .::'..- Kaufman participat-l
Mi Meyer Schwartz, presi-
&> nt of the Auxi iary : .-
at tl eeting and Mn St
M : chairman I thi program
ittee :r.tr'. lui ed the .
10 BANISH JEWS
(CONTINUED FKO* PAQE 4)
;: been arrested by the
7.-.- r-.-is '. for Dr
h arrest could not be
. I a:: '
A fearlesi leader of Gen
Dr Hirsch .-.as bo -
ral 1 1933
Hit r eized power In
1935 hi wai held for a week bj
the Gestapo in the dreaded Co-
lumbia H--.US*. regarded thr
out Europe ai the private tor-
ture chamber of the Gestapo.
At the :;rae of Dr. Hil
rest other officials of the Reichs-
vereir.igung were instructed to
report for compulsory labor
Hitherto, officials of the organi-
zations were exempted from ser-
vice with draft labor gangs be-
cause of '.heir activities in be-
half '.:' Jewish emigration.
NEW ANTI-JEWISH LAW TO
BAR JEWS INJ-RENCH JOBS
-v iWNS> A new. far-
. ar.ti- Jewish law. de-
p, nt Jews from
ivlihood, will go into
rt month in Nazi-oc-
... it was reported
.. '.. -. -. highest authority.
forbid Jews to par-
any wholesale or re-
tail ithi r as employers
Thi '' exclude Jews from
jthe banking business, insurance
: companies, pawnshops, shipping
'and storage concerns, real estate
and mortgage companies, adver-
tising companies, travel and in-
formation bureaus, and employ-
ment and matrimonial agencies.
The new Nazi decree stipulates
also that Jews may not serve as
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J. M. LIPTON. President
Miami Section of the National,
Council of Jewish Women, re- '
ports with pleasure the interest
of its members in the annual
Children's Aid Luncheon at the;
Lord Tarleton Hotel. 41st street
ij.<\ Collins avenue. Miami Beach.
on Tuesday, March 25th at 1 p.m.
A gala program is arranged, to
honor every member who has
worked for this privilege. Honor
guests will be Madame Manna
Zucca, Judge Harry Fisher of
Chicago, the guest speaker, Chas .
F. Adelman of Chicago, who j
has prepared the songs, and Mrs '
Evelyn Raff, is to be the soloist.
For reservations call Mrs. Abe
Rubin, 2-1187; Mrs. Max Dreyer.
5-438.'l; Mrs. Ethel Rothlein, 5-
4313; Mrs. Morris Alpert, 5-2893. j
Council visitors are invited.
and as a .special courtesy to them. !
they may have the privilege of
ling for S3.00. Council mem- I
bers understand they have work-
ed all year for this, and have al-
ready contributed their S6.00. If
you are a council member, and
have not yet sent in your money.
do so ;.t once, for the seat-
ing capacity at this Hotel is
We wish ;it this time to thank
-Mrs. Ada Joseph. Mrs. Cora
Mrs. Louis Strauss. Mrs
Cromer and Mrs. B. B.
Berk Icy, who have contributed!
rously to help ether mem-
i am their quota. It is im-
ble hert to mention individ-
ual y nami of all of the mem-
bi r. who have been so generous,
not only in working for them-
selves, but in helping others to
"Give, CM, or Earn" $6.00 for
this worthy cause.
Mrs. Moms Alpert has worked
untiringly all through the year,
and we Will be proud to be her
guests at the Lord Tarleton on
our big Children's Aid Luncheon
A scene from "The Jewish Melody" telling the story of the pious
Rev. Rosenchem. his wife Pesa. son Morris, and daughter Esther.
and their entanglements with Samuel Boguslaffsky. president of
their synagogue. Blended almost perfectly music, song, and drama,
with natural comedy and with Izador Cashier. Rose Greenfield.
Lazar Freed and Chaim Tauber in the cast. Sholom Secunda and
his group of musical artists supply the music. It will play Tuesday
and Wednesday. March 25-26th at the Plaza Theatre, south end of
Washington avenue, Miami Beach.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 21, 1941
THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Fun For All
The Y M. H. A. carnival and
, will be held Saturday
nfeht March 22 and all day and
nfht Sunday. March 23 The
Committee, headed by Maurice
Grossman, executive director, has
taken every pain and effort to see
ih) t no minute detail is over-
looked. To describe in detail
what the "Y" has prepared for
his carnival and bazaar may
have a tendency to lessen the
eager anticipation that one a-
waits. like someone who tells
you the plot of a movie before
you see it. You just haven't the
same enthusiasm when you see
the picture. However, so many
inovations and novelties have
been prepared, that they will be
sufficient to keep you busy for
There will be a bingo game,
concessions and merchandise of
all kinds, a $65.00 combination
radio and victrola will be award-
en There will be pony rides for
children and all kinds of goodies.
Every division in the "Y" is in
charge of a booth wherin they
will offer various attractive nov-
elties for your entertainment.
We have just been informed
that Emil Boreo. famous star in
Latin Quarter Night Club, will
be our guest of honor on Sunday
afternoon. Lou Zissen, of the
famous Zissen's Bowery, will pro-
vide his entire floor show of en-
tertainers for our amusement
during our Carnival and Bazaar.
Those assisting Mr. Grossman
an Al Reisman, Frank Rose,
Nat Blumberg, Jack Aptc, Lou
Safan, Charles Blau, Leon Lieb-
erman, Morton Fagan, Henry
Shier, Sid Kraft, Joe Schaffer,
Jules Wilson. Larry Grossberg.
Meyer Forer, Samuel Karns. Miss
Frances Ginsberg. Miss Irene
Cohen, Mrs. Joel Belov. Mrs.
Anne Lieberman, Mrs. Al Reis-
man. Mrs. Lena Janis, Pete Sil-
vcrman. Ben Serkin, Al Berko-
witz, Mike Silberstein. Henry
Gobbe. Dr. Samuel Beckman,
Mrs. Essie Schaffer, Mrs. Mildred
Rubenstein, Mrs. Ethel Gross-
man, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sager, and
your scribe. There are more
workers who will be announced
in the next issue of The Florid-
Mrs. W. I. Boxerman will de-
liver the second in a series of
fireside chats sponsored by the
Y. M. H. A. and the Anti-Defam-
ation League of B'nai B'rith be-
fore the Junior Division next
Tuesday evening. The title of
her address will be, "Peanut Hit-
lers.*' This will describe the fol-
"Little feuhrers" of America,
, under what fronts they masquer-
ade? What are their real motives?
With what success have they
met? Also does the average Amer-
ican recognize a Trojan Horse
when he bees it. How is our
government meeting the threat
of the fifth columnists?
Mrs. Boxerman is the wife of
William Boxerman, director of
the Florida Regional Office of
the Anti-Defamation League,
and brings with her a world of
experience and knowledge on this
All persons between the ages of
15 and 19 are cordially invited
to attend. Discussion will follow
"Y" To Inagurate New Series
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, announces that during
the month of April, a series of
four lectures on "Marriage and
the Family" will be given at the
"Y". These series of lectures will
give an opportunity for frank
and intelligent discussion on the
least discussed and the most
important phase of human re-
lationships. Many centers
throughout the country have
been quite successful with these
series of talks. The following
are the titles of the lectures. The
dates will be announced:
.1. Courtship and Marriage"
Mrs. Frances Wynne, who con-
ducts a course in the Miami
Senior High School on Pre-Par-
2. "The Jewish Ideals and Con-
cepts of Marriage and the Fam-
ily"Rabbi Moses Mescheloff,
Rabbi. Beth Jacob Synagogue,
3. "The Psychological Impli-
cations and Adjustments of Mar-
riages"Professor George Lehn-
er. Professor of Psychology, Uni-
versity of Miami.
4. "Laws of Marriage Jo-
seph A. Berman, director of Vo-
cational Guidance, Y. M. H. A.
and well known local attorney.
News 'Round Town
Written applications are now
being accepted for counselors for
our Home Camp. Preference wil
be given to experienced school
teachers. Please address your
TO BE STRUGGLE
The battle for the 1941 West
Flagler Kennel club $2,000 Futur-
ity Stake now appears to be a
real struggle between Fern Na-
ture, famed sister of Rural Rube,
and My Topper, which recently
smashed all records by scoring
his 16th triumph at the westside
Fern Nature, returning to of-
ficial competition a couple of
weeks ago has been running
wild since, and just recently
came within 2-5th of a second of
the world 5-16th mile record in
capturing the course in 31 3-5
seconds. The world record of 31
1-5 seconds is held by her big
brother. Rural Rube.
My Topper this year already
has set at Flagler what may be
an all-time win record in scoring
16 triumphs. Rural Rube previous
held the record of 13 triumphs.
And with the season still a few
weeks ago, My Topper may pass
the 20 mark before the 1941
campaign rolls down the curtain.
Two young pups of Rural Rube,
namely Rural Nell and Reba
Rose, recently made their debut
at the Westside oval and look
like a pair of coming champions.
They are the first pups of the
World Champion ever to enter
official competition. They are
expected to be sensations on the
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
To r'oid possible "confusion and overlappino &* 'E'SXw'S.
are requested to notify this bureau of tentative dates as sarly as
P0,,Th Jewish Floridian, 21 S. W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conduct*. th% bureau foraaM organizations, is ready to serve any t.m. Ul
the matter of clearing dates.
letters to Mr. Grossman at the
Y. M. H. A.
Alleycats Cop "Y" Duckpin
Led by Capt. Al Berkowitz,
the Alleycats came from behind
to trounce the Sam Seitlin Stri-
kers in the best 2 out of 3 games.
Congrats to manager Jack
Apte for his fine work in con-
nection with this Sunday league.
Anyone interested in entering
the new Thursday league being
formed, please be present at the
Recreation Alleys, 301 S. Miami
Ave., every Thursday at 8 p.m.
Don't forget folksThe "Y
Carnival and bazaar Saturday
night and all day and night Sun-
day, March 22 and 23. Free to all
Bring the entire gang.
Register in the City registration
books which are now open.
LSHTIl JACOll IIKBItEW SCHOOL
open every week In the year ana
Sunelav Sessions begin Sun-lay
mornKsT. October TM0.,"
Sunday morning. Mas Rth. l41.
KVKHY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
II. A. bowline; Barnes.
SEi'O.ND MONDAY every month, reg-
ular meeting of Benlpr^jtesjah.
SKCoND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Latlieg Auxiliary Jewish War Vjt-
erans and aleo Freda Markowltz
1(!|"kTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress ,.
FOURTH MONDAY every month,
board meeting. Senior HBdassah.
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTern-
pie Israel Sisterhood Sewing
Classes benefit Re
Sisterhood Miami Reach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. K:00 p. m
at Center. Euclid Ave. and 14th
SECOND AND FOURTH TUBS-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
22Y. M. H. A. Bazaar.
23Pioneer Women's Organiza-
tion fcr Palestine, Annual
Donor Dinner, Victor Hotel.
23Bazaa.- at Y. M. H. A.
23Cantor Mamches concert,
Beth Jacob Congregation.
25Children's Aid Fund luncheon
sponsored by Natl. Council
Jewish Women. Miami Sec-
tion, Lord Tarleton Hotel, 1
26Y. W. H. A. general meeting,
27Temple Israel Men's Club
Father and Son Night. Y. M.
FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
for Jewish Children, Denver.
EVERY' TUESDAY EVENING Y.
W. H A. Athletics at Y Clubroomw.
EVERY" WEDNESDAY, Hadassah
SeWllUf, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap-
vi,n 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 Vestry
Room, benefit Red Cross.
EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON
Y. W. H. A. Sewing Classes bene-
fit 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, 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A.
Basketball and Dance ___-.__.,
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham WoKBon s
home. 10&9 Collins Ave., Mtemt
30Junior Hadassah Donor Din-
ner, Latin Quarter.
31National Children's Cardiac
Home, membership tea, 4250
W. Flagler St., 2 to 4 p. m.
1National Children's Cardiac
Home Bingo Party.
4Senior Hadassah Garden par-
ty, benefit Jewish National
Fund, home of Mrs. Samuel
Shapiro. 2675 Flamingo Drive
16Y. W. H. A. Passover affair.
23Y. W. H. A. Book review.
30Y. W. H. A. general meeting.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1941
The ADL News Service
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
OF BNAI BRITH
This column, a regular feature,
aims to familiarize the Jewish public
wlta Tarioua phases of the problems
which concern a:>;.. as part at its
Mrvlce. readers are invited to address
auastlonii on current Jewish problems
. th writer at :7 s-
result. We find neither atheism
nor a desire to "eliminate' God
in the paper.
"If you are interested in pub-
lishing a paragraph as an answer.
Tldbiti from ETarywhera
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
by PHINEAS J. BIROIf
The next meeting of Sholem Gedalicia, that there was work
Lodge promises to be a little bit, to be done and men were need-
different First, the program will cd. The work is highly import-
be conducted by the Intellectual ant and involves conferences with
that song-writer Jerome Kern's Advancement Committee under | hotel owners on the beach and is
:Sc?ePn\reeinfd0rReheg,oCn0nwasennerth0enr hobby ,s the collecting of rare [ chairman^a* Steuer. It wil, be Jg^ E^KST,?
.. j .-; irreligious nor atheistic. A care- books and .ilver? .Jenny ^'SffifeT
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4,
Maun: we suggest the following: The
^'BV |g .per Professor Albert Einstein
SW^ttSS! ,-..-, ^Tnrormt if?1*10"? nor atheistic. A care- books and silver? Jenny I ^cornmrtteTthVyeX: "Sec' proimately 1100 members only
tlcn. inquiries of this kind are apec- -ul reading discloses a deepiy Goldstein, the famous \ idaish ondlv it will be in the nature of the following have volunteered
*"' weI< .'/ ';:; lehe^s, mdJ,eZKinre<^ &? UctrcH. in her vouth once played the popular round table confer- for service: J. Aron Abbott N.
science in its proper relationship .....,_ .,__ ntm*__ ,___,_ JL_ onw ui.h ihn-o nr four Dromin- Adelman, Rudy Adler, Joseph A,
onfUence if he o desires
..... science in its proper reiationsnip : ,.ith three or four Dromin- Adelman. KUay Aaier, Joseph A
to religion. True. Einstein's con- with the Divine Sarah Bern- i;iS our cumCitylBerman, Joseph Berman, David
A columnis for a local news- ?|l?ns E "J* L^L ^-^ h"dl Cu" B1S- ^"participating. In addition, mo-1 Catsman. Maurice Cromer Marx
paper recently reprinted what he ESSS." rJl, l,?c w 'l, J comin8 better known and cast tion pictures will be shown. Feinberg. Meyer Forer, Joseph
terns 'an intelligent letter from' ^^M^W^1.*?* t "" comed-v > has : These pictures are sensational Greenbergcr Lou Heiman. Ed
a reader" riivnssino "trip effect. Per\ening tne mind or youth is :mn*f.riant T am not at lib- Klein, John Kronenfeld. Mrs. El-
of fanSus mc^who have confe'To **. g?* t < mm* "* '^^ *? *me"Can J" "ny ToP disdose furthe?' details, j s.e W. Mayser, A Louis Mechlo-
this country, to escape Europe's I dn^f f .^"f^.f^ ???? cracking wise, too The lat-, You mav rest assured it will be witz Marty MiLstein Fred
debacle, upon the spiritual life' ?niy ?J n'*, unprejuaiced searcn est attrlbuted t0 him COncems, different* and will cause its audi-1 Shochet, Jos. Socolof, J. Bern-
of the United States." This let- fr, .th_ .fjf"^1^ \1 Ti^!inJT' juke boxes, which, he contends, ence plenty of thought. So put I ard Spector, Ernest Sussman.
ter singles out Professor Ein- "" m r^fL.if Z mlsln,ttr- M ."" ,, "" this meeting down on your "must Harry Warner, Robert Wemstein,
stein a! the horrible example- "} ^hP^'r", hfs wr>tten>:have taken the rest out of res" I attend" calendar George Wolpert, Milton Fried-
that "the spark of faith that lies ? a"d Jf* ""L-tif" U : taurants and put the din into i At our last meeting a delega- man.
in each of them (American stu- !. ,.S ^r^L, rf dinner Theatrical producer ; tion from the Jewish War Vet-1 .The place is now definite.
dents) has been snuffed out by m^tr SiaT'a T great a^Amertj Herman Shumlin still hasn't got i erans came forward on behalf of j What am I talking about? Nat-
imported professors. The basis ''_ u u r 7 C 1 < ._ its drum and buele corns A re- urally, it can be nothing else than
for this chW is a paper whic^j""" Abraham L^ Lodge the annual stag affair of the
Professor Einstein delivered be-' [a' .^'f'^ ^ such Throu^gh; pIe of weeks ag0 when he Sud-. include the corps in its annual Lodge. The Atlantis Hotel on
fore a religious conference ir Lh'nco,nb a deeorelieious fervor denIy discovered himself as one j budget. It was amusing to see Miami Beach is the site for what
kftheUtic a'thouh Lincoln eh'Sf ne\er of the score of best-dressed men \ Brother Bill Baros in action | ?*** Sj* e.v" t'
>tneL.tici_ju"i .- -u_ -------- ., anvf ion _j t .u First he would speak in behalf i en by the Lodge. The date has
any of 1941 And of another pro- of tne j w v at which timc he | been tentatively set for April 21.
reader calls this "an at
statement'' which eliminates God!
adhered to the tenets of
from modem thinking, and holds j p^ulaEi5hVShJ
At this time when people
Einstein's "proposed teachings k ln, um? *nen pe?p'e
basically responsible for what | Lake, a Philosophical paper like-
goes on in the country from : E,lns,t,eln,s and "se > as^a mea"s
which he came, a country by the # a^.ack upon him-and through
way. which seemed to wish to be j "^ wernust be'doubly careful: Pcning' t?" Latest recruit Nat Roth punned' that Farr had
l^.nIS .JSf of our responsibility as Ameri-: to the song-writer's ranks is I riot gone far enough. Shouldn't
be rid of him
there." The columnist agrees
with these remarks by saying:
"Noted persons who flee to UJ
from Europe in these times
should bring great hearts rather
than great minds, ideals insti ad
When this item came to our
attention we asked the columnist
for an opportunity to correct
some of the misstatements and
"For your information, we also c Af)ri t ,..,_ ,:.. ( nrris
are enclosing a copv of an edi-' Clan. Add to yur llst of Pros"
torial published in the 'Christian Pective proud papas Leo Stras-
Century' when Einstein became berg, the Broadway director, and
an American citizen. This edi- George Jessel, of stage, screen
tonal appeared after the paper___, ...
in question was released. The and radl Note t0 tnc >'oung-
editors of Christian Century' did er generation: Hank Greenberg.
not feel that the paper should of baseball fame, is so fond of
sluon "of" c?tUhTp,towJ "g^. m'\a"d S COnvinced its ^ood
for him that he orders it even
ducer. Sam Harris, they say that j would wear his Veteran's cap. The food will be plentiful and
when he woke up from the ether \ Then he would remove his cap j delicious. The entertainment will
after his recent operation his and sPeak at a BenBrith. and | be of thebest and more than you
, ...; vice versa. After Commander; will expect. The admission will
How was my Farr had also spoken. Brother only be $1.00 per brother or vis-
itor. The hotel has room for
about four or five hundred so get
Jack Warned jr.7 of the" movie gg- a p-a^ telling yo fggm together^ now and
do so through the medium of a
letter which was to appear in a
subsequent issue. We quote this
letter, which the newspaper re-
fused to print, because this is
not the first time that unfair
charges have been made against
the illustrious Professor Einstein.
It is interesting to note that in a night club.
our letter correcting the column- wfbittv rirrtr
ist was rejected. Most interesting ",tft11,1 Wt*a%MJS
of all was the reason given for To Jean Gabin. star of the
not running it: we were told that Pr, ,., ..D ,.
the matter ought to be the con- Frt'nch pepe le Moko.
"We are enclosing a copy offfiv "9 -XCept Mr Ein" wh,ch 1S wowin8 Broadway these
RX^n'Shi?H?n' ?hl!oSvP>ly r?^ : "Rather 7 flim^'excuse for a French P-fons walked out when-
duriS? Sfitcmber^?94rTrk C,ty "^'spaper which .is supposed to ever a group of Nazi officers en-
paper gSgZErj&tSFUZ ^'"answe^th'e ^SStTlS l *?* '* 1?**" ^ ^ ^
n prepared for the 'Confer-, could do so himself the Paris *taurant whose
"It was written by a profound-
pose is an attempt to put forth
a philosophy of religion as he
understands it. His arguments
and conceptions are not new.
They have been advanced for
ages by religious men who felt
that scientific knowledge was
not opposed to religion, but that
rather as man pushed the fron-
tiers of learning forward, a deep-
er and even more significant con-
ception of God and man would
nrJn^M1"' "f. the P^P1? and tered Army officials protest-
presumably is impartial in its ,A ,u. .u-.~ .... .
puns? | order tickets immediately from
As some of you may know, the I the B'nai B'rith office in the
A. Z. A. chapters of Miami and Seybold building. The proceeds
Miami Beach sponsored this j will be used to defray expenses
month a Youth and Democracy of our delegates to the district
rally. What you may not know j convention in May in Washing-
is that it was one of the finest ton. Brother Ike Levin will pre-
meetings of its kind held in the 1 side at this convention so it is our
U. S. and stand high on the list duty to give him our support
of similar rallies held in 200, ---------
communities in this country. The | MIAMI A. Z. A.
rally was held March 6th at the by Green
Scottish Rite Temple with more j The Miami Chapter was opened
: than 300 youths being present, by our Aleph Godol, Fred Gross-
75 per cent of whom were non- berg. The minutes were read by
Jews. Cooperating organizations Alan Benjamin. We are going to
were the DeMolay. Epworth have a corner of the Y. M. H. A
League. National Youth Admin- Bazaar where we are giving a
istration, Junior Chamber of prize. We are now planning a
Commerce. Christian Endeavor, boatride and entertainment for
Cosmo Business Girls Club.: our anniversary which will take
Y. M. C. A.. Pep Girls of Ponce P'ace early Dart of April,
de Leon High School, and oth- > Aleph Arthur Schwartz was
ers. Mayor Orr. Commissioner; made chairman of the athletic
Dunn. Hon. Joe Mitchell Chap- : committee. Aleph Melvin Green
y religious mind. Einstein's pur- presentation of both sides of the (d that this was contrary to the
traditional French politeness,
which would demand that the
Frenchmen remain for at least
fifteen minutes after the Nazis'
arrivals ... So thereafter, on the
appearance of Nazi diners, the
French patrons would place their
watches on the table and leave
after exactly fifteen minutes had
The office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League is located at 6J7
Seybold Building. Miami,
phone 3-6306. All Florida com-
munities are invited to avml
themselves of the services of-
fered by the organization and
to consult on matters of an
Don't forget to re-register for
j the city elections. Books are now
open in the Clerk's office
Th London Armi Hotel
Annnunruiic 10 ill thai the Ixin-
dor. Amu llo-.el ard Dining Kuoin
ill l ui*-n tjj ihr (.ul.lic for the
entire PaMoret Hdidajrt.
e a.s, lake the privilege to
say that Ka-1 ruth is observed to
the lulleat i-ipiii. The iiu'iliiy of
our fooi and llic seivice shall be
of the beM.
Rabbi Hirsch Horowitz
Will Conduct Sedarim
Reservations to Be Made
Chickens and Turkeys. Com-
pare our Poultry and Prices
& EGG CO.
317 N. W. Fifth Skeet
H. M. Kagan
is on duty every day
poll. Father Sullivan. Rabbi Kap-
lan. Asst. U. S. Dist. Attorney
George Smathers, and three
youth speakers addressed the
gathering. Music was furnished
by the Hastings Orchestra. After-
wards a dance was held. The
purpose of the rally was for
youths to rededicate themselves
to the principles of democracy
and to learn to respect each other
no matter what one's beliefs may
be. Marvin Goldman, Norman
Solomon, Murray Dacks, Max
Tendrich of the A. Z. A. chap-
ters. Brother Lou Heiman, Rev-
Dick Evans and the others who
helped make this affair the suc-
cess that it was deserve the
j greatest commendation.
Brother Kronenfeld upon re-
, porting to the Lodge on the
j aforesaid affair prefaced his re-
marks by saying "This report is
not controversial." This was in
response to Brother Aronovitzs
I plea that tempus was fugiting
- and he did not want controversial
> matters to be brought up
, It was my pleasure to be on
the same speakers' platform two
; Sunday ago with Bro. Abe New-
man, past president of the Jack-
sonville B. B. Lodge and present
president of the Jewish Center
Also Brother Nat Shorstein, the
incumbent president of the Jack-
sonville Lodge. Both are well
known to local Ben Briths who
have attended state conventions
and wish to be remembered to
their many friends here. Brother
Abe particularly conveyed his
regards to the Weinkle family '
It is interesting to observe the
reactions of individuals when
y, are >ut on the spot" so to
speak. Members of our Lodge
aVt\ f"mP|a'ned many tunes
about the secrecy that prevails
around the work of the A. BUL
Brother Boxerman of the A D
K ''fllco abided to find out
whether people were as inter-
ested in anti-defamation work as
they claimed to be. Whereupon
chairman of the publicity com-
We had the pleasure of having
Harold Sewage, advisor of Akron.
Ohio. Other guests were present
from the Miami Beach and other
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