The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 14No. 13
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
Chicago (W N S) Delegates
representing 150,000 B'nai B'rith
men and women from every state
in the union gathered here for
the opening session tomorrow,
Saturday night, at the Drake Ho-
tel of the national triennial con-
vention of B'nai B'rith, whose
five-day assembly will be ad-
dressed by Vice President Henry
A. Wallace, and Dr. Chaim Weiz-
mann, president of the World Zi-
onist Organization and the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine.
Mr. Wallace will address the
national inspirational session at
the Chicago Civic Opera House
on Sunday evening, March 30th,
while Dr. Weizmann will speak
at the Sunday luncheon session
at the Drake Hotel.
Henry Monsky, president of
B'nai B'rith, who will present the
Vice President, will speak with
him on a program to be broad-
cast by the Columbia Broadcast-
ing System from 10:05 to 10:30
p. m., Central Standard Time,
and rebroadcast via short wave
to Latin America. Alfred M.
Cohen, of Cincinnati, past presi-
dent and now honorary president
of B'nai B'rith, will preside. Mr.
Wallace's subject is "Democracy
and the Dignity of Man."
Universally regarded as one of
the most distinguished and cre-
ative Jewish personalities of
modern times. Dr. Weizmann is
expected to bring a message of
profound importance to Ameri-
can Jewry in his address to the
B'nai B'rith convention. The
famous Jewish leader will be
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
FEDERATION BOARD
MEETING POSTPONED
Due to the smallntss of the
gathering, a meeting of the
Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, for
which an invitation was issued
to all contributors to be present,
was postponed until Monday
evening, March 31, 8 p. m. at
Kaplan Hall.
In line with action of com-
munities throughout the country,
the meeting was called for the
purpose of having a referendum
to determine local community
sentiment with regard to the
creation of a National Advisory
Budget Committee with central
headquarters in New York City
in accordance with a request of
the National Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
"A controversial issue all over
the United States and an ex-
tremely important one is this
question, "Stanley C. Meyers,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation stated, stres-
sing the importance of having
a large gathering present at the
meeting Monday evening. "We
must determine with a truly rep-
resentative vote of the com-
munity whether we believe the
creation of this committee is
advisable and of benefit to us."
U.S.
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IN ALGERIA
Cairo (WNS)The anti-Jewish
laws now in effect in unoccupied
France will be applied to the
100,000 Jews in Algeria, General
Maxine Weygand announced af-
ter a conference of offisials of the
French colony, it was reported
here.
Shortly after his return from
Vichy, where he was in consulta-
tion with Marshal Petain and
French cabinet officials, Gen.
Weygand summoned French co-
lonial authorities and announced
his decision to enforce the anti-
Jewish regulations in Algeria.
Prior to the start of the second
World War there were approxi-
mately 75,000 Jews in Algeria,
but a recent influx of refugees,
particularly since the fall of
France, swelled this figure to
100,000. The anti-Jewish law to
be introduced in Algeria will be
similar, although somewhat mild-
er, to the anti-Semitic laws en-
forced in Nazi-occupied coun-
tries.
GHETTO IN PARIS
IS DESIRE OF NAZIS
Lisbon (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied France are de-
manding the establishment of a
ghetto in Paris for the 50,000
Jews remaining in the former
French capital, according to the
"Deutsche Zeitung," Nazi news-
paper published in Paris.
In support of their demands
for a ghetto, Nazi officials ad-
vanced the argument that it
would be "in the best interests of
German French relationships."
Talk of a ghetto was accompan-
ied by a violent anti-Jewish cam-
paign in the Paris press.
Creation of a ghetto in Paris
would give the lie to Nazi con-
tentions that they are occupying
France only until the eventual
peace negotiations are conclud-
ed. Nazi actions in the past
have indicated a program of to-
tal domination of France.
Meanwhile, the liquidation of
Jewish-owned enterprises in the
occupied areas of France is con-
tinuing, with several thousand
Jewish concerns already in "Ary-
an" hands, and Nazi managers
appointed for the others.
DR. GOLDMAN TO TOUR S.
A. IN BEHALF OF PALESTINE
New York (WNS)Dr. Solo-
mon Goldman of Chicago, nation-
al co-chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal, will make a
six week's tour of South America
in behalf of the Palestine Foun-
dation Fund in order to mobilize
increased support for the upbuil-
ding and defense of the Jewish
homeland in Palestine.
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim
Weizmann, president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine and the
World Zionist Organization, de-
clared that negotiations with
Great Britain for the creation of
an all-Jewish army were contin-
uing, upon his arrival by Dixie
Clipper at LaGuardia Field in
New York after a four-day air
journey from London.
Dr. Weizmann, who plans to
stay in the United States two
months, was accompanied by his
wife. Surrounded by reporters
and American Zionist leaders, Dr.
Weizmann refused to be inter-
viewed, pleading weariness after
his long trip.
The world Zionist leader de-
nied, however, a report published
in the London Jewish Standard,
official organ of the Zionist-Re-
visionist group, that negotiations
for the creation of a Jewish army
to fight alongside Britain against
the Axis powers had been stalled.
He emphasized that the negotia-
I tions were still in progress.
He parried questions concern-
ing Great Britain's war effort,
telling reporters: "I cannot speak.
I come from a country at war."
He would not divulge the signifi-
cance of his interview with
Prime Minister Winston Curch-
ill shortly before his departure
for America.
Dr. Weizmann will confer with
Jewish leaders here on means of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
NAZIS USE GRYNSZPAN
FOR ANTI-JEWISH TRIAL
Vichy (WNS)Herschel Gryn-
szpan, 19-yeaH-old Polish Jew
who killed a German Embassy
employee, Baron Ernst von Rath
in Paris on Nov. 7, 1938, has
"confessed" that he acted in be-
half of "international-Jewry"
and will be the principal figure
in a huge anti-Jewish "show
trial" after the war, according to
reports reaching here from Ber-
lin.
Arrangements for the elaborate
trial, which will bring to light
the plot to murder high rank-
ing Nazi officials, according to a
Nazi spokesman, are under the
personal supervision of Heinrich
Himmler, chief of the Gestapo
(Nazi secret police,)
The report stated that Mayor
Fiorello LaGuardia of New York,
an outspoken foe of Hitlerism,
will be linked at the trial with the
international plot" but the fiery
New York Mayor's connection
with Grynszpan's crime was not
made clear.
Grynszpan, who was in a pri-
son in un-occupied France when
Marshal Petain capitulated to
Germany, was turned over to
Gestapo agents, who presumably
elicited the "confession" from the
young Polish Jew, by French
police.
J.O.C.
MANY FACE LOSS
OE CITIZEN RIGHTS
Jerusalem (WNS)Faced with
the loss of their citizenship un-
less they return to the United
States by Oct. 14, 1941, about 3,-
500 naturalized Americans will
appeal to congress for an exten-
sion of the time limit, pleading
that war time conditions make
it impossible for them to return
to the United States within the
specified time.
Under the U. S. Nationality
Act of 1940, naturalized Ameri-
cans living abroad must return
to America to re-establish their
status or face cancellation of
their citizenship.
A committee of American Jews
has been appointed to contact
Zionist and Jewish organizations
in the United States for the pur-
pose of organizing a special com-
mittee in Washington to seek a
hearing before congress.
American citizens in Palestine
have asked for an extension of
time until the end of the war,
pointing out that present war
conditions preclude the liquida-
tion of their assets and the com-
pletion of other arrangements
for their return.
LEATHER DEALERS
FORCED TO OUIT
Belgrade (WNS)The Bulgar-
ian Board of Trade has com-
pelled Jewish dealers in leather
and textiles to register their
stocks with the government and
sell their property to Nazi buyers
at admittedly low prices, it was
reported here.
Nazi buyers followed the Ger-
man army of occupation into Bul-
garia and bought whatever they
could for shipment back to Ger-
many. Jewish business men
were forced to relinquish their
stocks at less than half their
value.
Meanwhile Bulgarian publish-
ing houses have released a num-
ber of translations of violently
anti-Jewish books originally pub-
lished in Nazi Germany. To en-
courage a wide sale of these anti-
Semitic books, the publishing
houses reduced their prices to
unprecedentedly low levels. Pub-
lishing experts here declared that
publishers could not publish the
anti-Jewish books at these prices
unless they were subsidized from
private sources.
GERMAN-JEW REFUGEES
HAVE ARRIVED IN TURKEY
Ankara (WNS)Eighty Ger-
man-Jewish refugees, who had
sought asylum in Yugoslavia, ar-
rived here after a hurried flight
from Belgrade. The refugees
were permitted to enter Turkey
after giving adequate assurances
that they would leave the country
as soon as they could complete
arrangements t go elsewhere.
New York (WNS)Hundreds
of men and women are flocking
into the Transmigration Bureau
of the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee every day, seeking to pay
steamship fares so that their rel-
atives can get out of Germany,
Austria, and other Nazi-domin-
ated countries. By the end of the
first week in March the deposits
totalled $1,250,000.
Into an office accustomed un-
til recently to receive perhaps a
score of visitors daily, there now
crowd as many as 500 or 600 peo-
ple during the 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
business hours, clutching in one
hand a cablegram stating that
their kindred in Nazi territory
can expect a United States visa
if they will deposit passage
money with the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, and in the other
hand a check book.
Hundreds more, who have not
received such a cable, but who
have heard about the spurt in is-
suance of visas, come to inquire
about the chances for their Eu-
ropean relatives. By mail, tele-
phone and telegraph come addi-
tional hundreds of inquiries and
remittances of money.
The recent announcement by
the American Export Lines which
operate the Amberican ships on
the Lisbon-New York route, that
they had suspended the sale of
tickets for the time being since
their boats were booked solidly
for several months in advance.
has not affected the operation of
the Transmigration Bureau. It
was pointed out at J. D. C. head-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
sabotagTgauseo
patria explosion
Haifa (WNS)Sabotage was
responsible for the explosion and
sinking of the S.S. Patria, with
1,904 Jewish refugees aboard, in
Haifa harbor last Nov. 25, ac-
cording to a report submitted to
High Commissioner, Sir Harold
A MacMichael by the special
commission of inquiry, which
was appointed to investigate the
disaster.
The refugees, who had arrived
in Palestine without certificates,
were placed aboard the Patria
pending completion of arrange-
ments to send them to an un-
named British colony.
The three-man commission,
composed of Supreme Court Jus-
tice Alan Rose, Brig. Gen. A J.
McNeill, and Naval Commander
J. L. Edwards, stated that ar-
rangements made before the ex-
plosion to protect the ship were
adequate and that the rescue of
survivors hurled into the water
by the blast was conducted with
efficiency and speed.
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941
MR. AND MRS. A,
An event of this Tuesday was
the marriage ceremony of Miss
Ray U. Shochet, daughter of Mrs.
Ethel Shochet and the late J.
Louis Shochet. founder and pub-
lisher, until his death, of the
Jewish Floridian. to A. Finley
Binder, son of Morris Binder.
Miami Beach hotel owner. With
only members of the immediate
(amily in attendance, the cere-
mony was performed by Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner. Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation, Mi-
ami, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff.
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami
Beach, with Rabbis Jacob Kap-
lan, Max Shapiro, and Colman
A. Zwitman present The canopy
was held during the ceremony
by William Blumenkranz. Jules
Bernstein of Miami Beach; and
Milton Herman. Lawrence. L. I.;
brothers-in-law of the groom;
Arthur Silver of Lexington. Va.,
uncle of the bride. Herman Blum-
enkranz, nephew of the groom
was best man; Miss Esther Sho-
chet. sister of the bride, maid of
honor; Miss Mary Bernstein, niece
of the groom was flower girl.
The bride was given in marriage
by her mother and brother, Fred.
The groom was given in marriage
by his father and his sister, Mrs.
William Blumenkranz. Vocal sel-
ections were sung prior to the
wedding and music was played
following the ceremony. The
bride attended the schools of Mi-
ami and entered the field of
Practical Journalism, assuming
the position of Society Editor of
of The Jewish Floridian several
years ago and serving in that
capacity until her marriage. Mr.
Binder, originally of Englewood,
N. J., spent three years abroad
during which time he attended
Chillon College in Switzerland,
and also attended New York Uni-
FINLEY BINDER
Photo by Hi Tone
versity where he majored in busi-
ness administration. Mr. Binder
is the owner and operator of the
Milburn Hotel, Miami Beach.
Out of town guests present for
the occasion included Mr. and
Mrs. Milton Herman, Lawrence.
L. I.; Mrs. Murray Kaufman. New
York City; Mr. and Mrs. Dave
Drosnes. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Goodman. Mrs. Bessie Tobias.
Mrs. Theodore Natelson; and Mr.
Arthur Silver of Lexington, Va.;
Mrs. K. Natelson. The couple
left for a six weeks honeymoon
trip by motor, touring Florida,
Arkansas. Mexico and New York.
Upon their return they will re-
side on Miami Beach, at which
time a reception will be tendered.

The Miami Beach Habanoth will
present an old-time movie with
Charlie Chaplin as star, and a
motion picture "The Red Sea
Miracle" at a showing at the
Beth Jacob synagogue Sunday at
8 p. m.

Unveiling of a stone in memory
of Louis Selik, husband of Mrs.
Sophie Selik, will take place
Sunday at 1:30 p. m. at Wood-
lawn Park Cemetery. Friends
are asked to be present.

Beth Harris. American singer,
will be presented at a concert in
Bayfront Park, April 2, with
Walter Grossman conducting the
orchestra.
*
Arthur Silverman of Lexington,
Va. is visiting in Miami as a
guest of his sister, Mrs. Ethel
Shochet. While here he attended
the wedding of his niece, Mrs.
A. Finley Binder, an event of
this week.
Jewish Home for the Aged will
hold its First Annual Reception
at Andron's Alamac Hotel. Miami
Beach. March 30 at 8 p. m. at
which time officers and members
will be honored. Mrs. Molka
Reich, entertainment chairman,
will present a very interesting
program. Maurice Grossman will
be master of ceremonies and Mrs.
Michael Arnold is general chair-
man. The following officers and
trustees will be on the reception
committee: president. Mrs. Isa-
dor Cohen; 1st vice- president.
Mrs. Joseph M. Fine; 2nd vice-
president, Mrs. Michael Arnold;
3rd vice-president, Mrs. Mar-
back; treasurer. Mathew S. Band-
ler; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Benjamin Axelroad; recording
secretary. Mrs. Isador Fine; fin-
ancial secretary. Mrs. Molka
Reich; membership chairman. R.
R. Adler: trustees, Albin Check.
Mathew S. Bandler. Mrs. Mitchell
Wolfson, Arthur Lavine, Isador
Cohen, Joseph M. Lipton, Ben-
jamin E. Bronston. Sam Blank.
Leo Robinson. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mrs. Isador Cohen. Sid-
ney L. Weintraub.

Hotel Evans has engaged the re-
nowned Cantor Rev. Philip Carp,
assisted by Morris M. Green, who
will conduct the Sedar Services
in the beautiful Spanish Dining
Room of the hotel. Elaborate pre-
parations have been made. Cantor
Rev. Philip Carp has enthused
thousands with his beautiful ren-
dition of the traditional Hebrew
Services, and his lyric voice. In
addition to the songs and the
Passover Sedar Services, Hotel
Evans with its dietary' cuisine,
has arranged special holiday
banquet dinners, and known
speakers throughout the holi-
days.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi
Emiritus of Temple Israel, will
address the Spinoza Forum this
Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m., at
11 street between Collins avenue
and Ocean drive, Miami Beach.
Dr. Kaplan's topic will be "Eti-
quette and Ethics." Monday
morning at 10:30 a. m. Edward
Clarke of the University of Miami
will give the second lecture on
"The Life and Work of Franz
Liszt." Tuesday evening at 8 p.
m. the Forum is open for current
events. Wednesday evening at 8
I p. m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will
speak on "The Solar System."

Over 150 people attended the
luncheon and miscellaneous
shower in honor of Miss Ethel
Mintzer. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami
Beach and bride-elect of David
Golden of Boston, Mass., given
by Mrs. Max Mintzer and Mrs.
A. J. Tobin at the Grossinger
Beach Hotel. Wednesday after-
noon. Card games and mah jongg
were played. Miss Mintzer was
the recipient of many beautiful
gifts.

Charles Adelman, son of Mr. and
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman of
this city, will be joined in mar-
riage to Miss Goldie Klugman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Klugman of Savannah, Ga. Sun-
day afternoon, March 30 at the
Civic Room of Hotel Savannah.
e
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenstein
announce the birth of a son, at
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Sat-
urday.
Ida Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. 4700
15th court are announcing the
engagement of their daughter.
Ida. to Jack Salem, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Salem of Detroit,
Mich, and Miami Beach. Miss
Smith has been active in local
Jewish circles and is a member
of Junior Hadassah. She was a
former secretary of the Greater
Miami Zionist Council and a
former sponsor of the Benjamin
N. Cardoza unit of Young Judea.
The Wedding date has been set
for May 15th.

Workmen's Circle Branch no. 692
of Miami will hold a victory cele-
bration in the form of a dinner
for their members and friends
Sunday, April 6 at 6 p.m. at the
Biscaync Collins Hotel. Miami
Beach. Celebrating final approval
to build a lyceum on the beach.
A series of activities are being
planned to help in the erection
of the building.

The Business and Professional
Women's Division of Hadassah
will hold its meeting Monday,
March 31. 8 p. m. at Beth Jacob
Congregation. Miami Beach.
Plans for the Donors Brunch will
be discussed. Miss Ruth Rubin.
Child's Welfare chairman will
present the program. There will
be refreshments and a door prize.

Miami Chapter Women's Division
American Jewish Congress thru
the courtesy of the Victor Hotel
will hold a benefit for British
War Relief on Wednesday, April
2, in the form of a dessert, mah
jongg. and card party at 1:30.
Mrs. A. J. Tobin is chairman and
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, co-chairman.
Tickets may be obtained by cal-
ling Mrs. Tobin or Mrs. Lutsky.

Pioneer Women's Club number 2,
Miami Beach, will sponsor a
vegetarian dinner and entertain-
ment to aid Palestine, Sunday.
March 30, 6 p. m. at the Biscayne
Collins Hotel, 9 Collins avenue,
Miami Beach. Members and
friends are cordially invited to
attend.

The Miami Beach Mizrachi will
meet at Beth Jacob Talmud Torah
building Saturday at 8 p. m.
Sixth Annual Reunion Dinner of
the Spinoza Forum in honor of
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder
and chairman of the group, will
be held this Sunday evening at
6 p m. at the Dining Room in
the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
be toastmaster. Musical program
will be under the direction of
Miss Anyuto Melicov, well-known
concert pianist.

Mrs. Isador Fin*, president of the
Beth David Sisterhood, announ-
ces that the card, bingo, and mah
jongg party scheduled for Sun-
day evening, March 30 at the
Alamac Hotel, has been post-
poned, until further notice, In
place of the Monday night bingo,
there will be a card party, Tues-
day, April 1, at the Beth David
Talmud Torah. at 8 p. m. Mrs.
Hyman Sootin, and Mrs. Hyman
Mack will serve as hostess.
WEST PALM BEACH
needs experienced Kosher
Butcher to take over Meat
Department in Market.
Small cash investment re-
quired. Full Details, write
BOX 2973
MIAMI FLORIDA
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941
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PAGE THREE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
"Y* Carnival and Bazaar
Huge Success
I am positive that each of you
who showed your interest in
the Y. M. H. A. by attending this
affair would certainly like to
know how the "Y" made out.
It is my pleasure at this time to
inform you that the "Y" grossed
approximately $600.00, their ex-
penses were approximately $200.
leaving approximately $400 that
will go to help the many different
departments that make up the Y.
M. H. A.
We again want to offer our
heartiest thanks to all the mer-
chants and individuals who gra-
ciously made various donations
DINNER $1.50
NO COVER
3 SHOWS 2 BANDS
"Drinks on House crt Five"
5
O'CLOCK
CLUB
22nd at Collins Ph.5-2066
and contributions towards the
success of this carnival and ba-
zaar. It would take three col-
umns to name all the individuals
who played a part in the success
of this function. Therefore, with
sincere thanks to everyone who
helped put this across for a big-
ger and better Y. M. H. A. in
this area, we remain, Your Y"
"Y" Cagers Win Trophy
Three cheers to Athletic di-
rector. Mickel Lubel, Manager
Lou Safan and all the boys mak-
ing up the "Y" Basketball Team
for winning their well earned
victory in a recent "Y" basket-
ball tournament. They won a
beautiful trophy which is now
in the trophy case at the Y. M.
H. A. Plans are now under way
to have a banquet for the basket-
ball teams of the Y. M. H. A.
Duckpin News
Manager Jack Apte, informs
your scribe that this coming
Thursday at the Miami Recre-
ation Alleys, 301 S. Miami ave-
nue, the "Y" will inaugurate a
new bowling league. There have
been over 25 of the boys out
practicing each Thursday, and
the various teams will be selected
at that time. Come out and join
up for a lot of fun and healthful
recreation.
News 'Round Town
The "Y" got a most welcome
surprise the other night with a
visit from Al Grossman and his
wife who are visiting here in
Miami for a short stay to visit
with their friends. Al. by the
way, is the former president of
the Y. M. H. A., one of the hard-
est workers this organization has
had.
We wish to pick this time to
offer our sincerest best wishes
to Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder,
(Ray Shochet, former Society
Editor of the Jewish Floridian)
who are leaving for a two months
journey throughout the U. S.
Heartiest Congrats.
There is a group of pretty
girls going around wearing Girl
Scout uniforms and are going to
ask you to purchase some cook
ies. These girls are part of th
Girl Scout Troop of the Y. W. H.
A. and we would greatly ap-
preciate your cooperation when
jthey approach you. All money
. received will go to the Girl
Scout Troop.
You can look forward to very
enjoyable evenings to be spon-
sored jointly by the Y. M. H. A.
and the Y. W. H. A. in the form
of bingo games. Watch this col-
umn for dates.
Junior Division
The Junior Division, composed
of boys and girls between the
| ages of 15 and 19. will have
I open house at the "Y" next
Thursday evening, April 3. All
persons between those ages are
cordially invited io attend.
Register Now
Registration books for May
City Elections opened last Tues-
day in Miami's 48 precincts. They
will remain open through April
8 from 8:30 to 5 daily except
Sundays. Do your duty as a true
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
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~MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 13
J.0.C.ISJ
OTFUNQST01
Strictly Confidential
DBITS FROM EVERYWHERE
(By PHINEAS I. BfflON)
kJULiB
(CONTINUED from PAGE 1]
quarters that this announcement
no
WAR ECHOES
Did you know that the Greeks, after capturing the Alban-
rTv of Bessantchi, renamed it in honor of the Greek Jewish
dechai Fritsi, who fell in battle not long ago?
s inai mis uidwuiwi Contain Mordechai rritsi, wno ien in uuiuo wn ^.y uyw:
u immediate practical effect nero, wp ^ Demetrius Heliopoules. leader of the Greek
since the American Export boats, na wi New York, has promised the cooperation
sold out far in advance ,oxG ks the u. p. A. campaign? Italy's new stamp
and that sailings of Spanish and of loca 1 Greeks ^ ^^ j considerc.K1
Portuguese ship, from Lisbon as ~ "JJ^ has *roved a great bust .
well as migration on trans-Pa- from pn"a rnlWtors have failed to w
WELCOME, DR. WEIZMANN!
The arrival of Dr. Weizmann in the United States is espe-
cially welcomed in these tunes. There are a number of ques-
tions in which American Jews are interested and to which Dr.
Weizmann alone can give the answers. It is Dr. Weizmann
who. in the last sue months, has conducted important negotia-
tions with members of the British cabinet, and it is he who can
tell American Jemy as to what the Jews can expect from Eng-
land after the defeat of Hitlerism in Europe.
At present the political policy of Zionism can be summar-
ized in the following three major points: (1) Unreserved support
for Great Britain in the prosecution of the war; (21 Opposition
10 the policy of the present administration in Palestine; and (3)
Establishment of a Jewish military force to cooperate with!
England in the defense of Palestine and in the prosecution of
the war against the enemy on other fronts.
Zionists and non-Zionists alike are fully in agreement on
the first point; non-Zionists in America are reserved on the sec-
ond point and many of them oppose the third point. It will be
the task of Dr. Weizmann to convince American Jewry as to!
why a separate Jewish military force is important and also to
inform them as to what extent his negotiations with the British
government on this project have been successful. Dr. Weiz-
mann is also in the best position to explain to American Jewish
leaders as to what extent present developments on the Balkans
may affect Palestine.
It is a fact that none of the Arab states in the middle East
have come forward to offer Britain effective aid. Neither Iraq
nor Syria, and not even Egypt, whose territory had been invad-
ed, have lifted a finger to help England. On the other hand,
there are thousands of Palestinian fighters, mostly Jews, with
the British forces in Libya and the Jewish Agency continues to
press for the acceptance of Jewish military aid in the form of a
distinct Jewish force enjoying as nearly as possible the same
status as that accorded to the forces of the Czechs and Poles co-
operating with the British Army.
That Palestine, small as it is, should turn out to be Britain's
only effective ally in the Middle East is due, of course, to the
presence of 600,000 Jews who are determined to defend their
country and the avenues leading to it. We shall hear from Dr.
Weizmann now as to why some members of the British Cabinet
so firmly oppose the establishment of a Jewish army, when
from a purely military viewpoint they should favor it. We shall
now have first-hand information as to why the help which Jews
offer to Britain in this crucial war is being declined, apparently,
in consideration of political factors.
issue, instead of being a source of CWjdwaWj. extra revenue
horn philatelists, has proved a great bust Even the most en-
Elastic stamp collectors have failed to work up an appre-
Sable interest in those little.gummed MMj the Hit-
and-Muss combination ... One report has it that Hitler has told
his partner Ben.to that German war aid is predicated on the
abdication of King Victor Emmanuel III Which reminds us
of the complaint of Benny Fogleman, Philadelphia restaureteur.
Benny calls his eatery "Benny the Bum," and objects vehement-
ly to that epithet being applied to Benito Considers it libel-
While a newspaperman named Frank Smothers is cred-
cific routes are continuing.
The present stampede to the
Transmigration Bureau." Mr.
Leavitt. secretary of the J. D. C.
said, "is a consequence of the
steps taken by the United States
Department of State to "unlock'
quotas, that is. to permit immi-
short of aid.
HOME FRONT
By the time you read this Bernard M. Baruch may already
enough" The waiting lists that have his new defense job, which will be just as "nportant asthe
position he held in the last war Have your local hotels had
the same trouble as some of those in New York, where German
and Italian waiters often adopt a policy of violent non-cooper-
ation for functions arranged to raise British relief funds? ... If
you're wondering just why Fifth Columners get that way, con-
t cannot buv a^sider that when the Nazis entered Bulgaria one of their first
steamship ticket, even if he has | acts was to award life pensions to a list of some hundreds of
funds in reichmarks. Fares must, Bulgarians who had prepared the way for Badoli ... There
be paid with American dollars, seems to be a shipping rule that vessels not in transit for three
Therefore, in practically all cases months are subject to expropriation Which should enable
the ticket must be purchased the U. S. to make some use of the large number of Nazi ships
either bv relatives in this coun- ] which are spending the war in American ports PM, New
York's five-cent tabloid, will soon carry a series of articles
against the Vichy regime by Henri Bernstein, the French play-
wright ... In charge of special features at the PM office, inci-
dentally, is Beatrice Kaufman, wife of playwright George S.
LITERARY DEPARTMENT
Law.
rordance with this policy. Ameri-
can consulates in Greater Ger-
many are notifying applicants
for visas whose names stand high
that
on their proof that they have
steamship passage booked for a
specific boat on a specific sailing
date, they may receive their
visas
try or with the funds of the J.
D. C. placed at the disposal of
the committees abroad in ac-
cordance with monthly appropri-
ations. The emigrant deposits
his German marks with the Cen-
tral Jewish organization in Ger-
1 many and the cost of transporta-
I tion is met from the funds of the
! J. D. C. Only the committee in
j Berlin, Vienna. Prague and Brat-
j islavia can select the prospective
immigrants and the order in which
' they are to be assisted."
Mr. Leavitt pointed out that
j these clearance transactions con-
stitute one of the major sources
of income for Jewish organiza-
tions in Germany and Berman-
held territories, for carrying on
the J. D. C. program for relief
and rehabilitation there. It is
: through the clearance arrange-
i ment. he said, that the J. D. C. is
j able to finance the providing of
necessities of life and various
other kinds of vital help to hun-
dreds of thousands of Jewish war
victims and sufferers from per-
> secution in Germany, Poland and
i other lands, without sending
American dollars into German
territory cr aiding the Nazi econ-
omy.
LOST [HjjntE FOR jjjjHjjjjjjjjS
REGISTER FOR IITV ELECTIOn
The registration books are open again for the last
time for citizens of Miami to qualify for the ballot at the
polls in the coming election in May. You may now
register in your local precinct until April 8th, between
8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Although there are approximately 75,000 persons
who can qualify, only 32,000 have already done so. It
is the duty of every local resident to register and vote
as it is each one's responsibility to the community to
interest himself in the civic affairs of the city.
Do not put this off until later but make it your busi-
ness to register now.
NAZIS REVIVE STORIES
OF "RITUAL" MURDERS
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi auth-
orities in Bohemia and Moravia
utilized the approach of Passover
to further their anti-Jewish cam-
paign by reviving the now in-
famous stories of "Jewish ritual
murders." it was reported here.
Huge placards were posted on
bill boards throughout Czecho-
slovakia reminding the popula-
tion that Passover was approach-
ing and warning Czech mothers
i to guard their children from
[Jews until the end of the Pass-
over holidays.
The Nazi posters "informed"
| Czech mothers that Jews must
I use the blood of Christian child-
ren in the preparation of mat-
zoths. The placards appeared to
have little effect on the Czechs
since the ritual murder fable has
become an annual feature of the
Nazi propaganda machine.
One of the finest pieces of writing we've seen in quite a
while is William Zukerman's fantasy in the January-March Me-
norah Journal, "The Refugee horn Judea" It's a beautiful
and imaginative account of what might have happened if
Jesus, instead of accepting crucifixion, had fled Jerusalem and
become a refugee in Alexandria ... In New York, by the way.
weeklies published by refugees for refugees are looking up .
Der Aufbau has grown tremendously of late, and carries an
amazing number of ads And The Way in America, pub-
lished mostly in German but with some articles in English, has
begun to appear in a larger format and with a greater number
of pages Gilbert Gabriel, novelist and drama critic, is plan-
ning a trip to Nicaragua to collect first hand material in the
life of William Walker, the American who nearly a century ago
was for a time the commander-in-chief of the Nicaraguan army.
Richard Rollins' book, "I Find Treason" contains revelations
startling even at this time, and the volume brings documentary
proof of the workings of the Nazi Fifth Column here Among
the disturbing facts we find confirmed in the book is the Nazi
view that citizenship in some other country does not supersede
German citizenshipwhich means, of course, that in Hitler's
eyes all Germans born in Germany, even though they may now
be naturalized Americans, are still subjects of the Third Reich,
and must obey all Nazi edicts The Rollins book also serves
as a timely reminder of the excellent work done some years
ago by the McCormack-Dickstein Congressional Committee in-
vestigating Nazi activities in the U. S. A.
AMONG THOSE PRESENT
Here are a few' human sidelights on the B'nai B'rith Con-
vention taking place at Chicago this week-end Youngest
delegate is Godchaux Levi. of Dallas, Texas, the grandson of
the great Leo N. Levi who was president of B'nai B'rith from
1900 to 1904 .. Levi admits to the ripe age of 30 Oldest del-
egate is 81-year-old Alfred M. Cohen, former B'nai B'rith pr88'-
dent Two delegates, Archibald A. Marx of New Orleans
and Joseph Ullman of New Haven, can boast that they have
been delegates to every convention since 1900 ... On the oth-
er hand, nearly forty per cent of the delegates will be attending
their first convention ... And about half of those present have
some affiliation with Zionism or a pro-Palestine group ... Un-
usual distinctions are many among the delegates David
Robinson of Portland, Oregon, is a world-famous authority on
roses Harry Lashkowitz of Fargo, N. D., is a full-fledged
member of the Sioux Indian tribe And Edgar C. Levey of
San Francisco is a former Grand Incohonee (or president) of the
Improved Order of Red Men.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Biographer Emil Ludwig, we hear, has settled down in Mex-
ico, more or less for good Garson Kanin, that gifted Holly-
wood director, is taking three years off from his chosen pioies-
sion and giving them to his Uncle Sam ... In other words,
Kanin has enlisted in the army Remember the mysterious
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 M. E. 19th atreet
Office Phona 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
(996 Indian Creek Drive-12M
Miami Beach
'RABBfcOLMAN A. ZWITMAN
$400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738
Miami Beach
Congregational
"Do not withdraw thyself flroaa
the congregation."HilleL
rJewisli IkrMkm
PAGE FIVE
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 28,
Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
preach on "A Prelude to the
Hymn of Freedom." A reception
for worshippers, under the Sis-
terhood sponsorship, will follow
the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, March 29,
11 a. m. Congregational singing.
Torah reading, and strmonette
..ii 'Biblical Portion" by Rabbi
Zwitman. Members of the con-
tinuation class help conduct the
service. Parents and friends are
cordially invited.
Board Meetings
An important meeting of the
Sisterhood board will be held on
Monday morning. March 31, at
10 a. m., in Kaplan Hall. Sister-
hood board members are urged
to attend. The regular monthly
meeting of the Temple Israel
Imard of directors will-take place
in the Board Room on Tuesday
evening, April 1. at 8 o'clock.
Congregational Seder
The annual festive spiritual
event, the Congregational Pass-
over Seder, will be held in our
Temple on Friday evening. April
11. at 6:30 p. m.
Pre-Passover Teachers' Meeting
Meeting of the teachers in the
Religious School will be held
on Wednesday evening, April 2,
at 8 p. m. Preparation for the
Passover festival will be the
subject of discussion. All teachers
are urged to attend.
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
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Harris Rus-
kin, father of Dan B. Ruskin;
Elizabeth Sylvia Taradash, wife
of William Taradash; Jacob Ber-
man, son of Hyman Berman.
Yahrzeits: Mary Hollender,
mother of Dr. A. R. Hollender;
Louis Diamant, brother of Mrs.
Rose Raff; Simon Goldstein,
brother of Mrs. Ray Mendelson;
Jacob Herman, father of Mrs.
Henry A. Kauffmann; Stanley
Jacobs, husband of Mrs. Janett
Jacobs.
Floral offering in memory of
Stanley Jacobs. Contribution in
memory of Jacob Herman.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami Pioneer Congregation)
1SS N. W. Third Avenue
MAX 8HAPIHO, Rabbi
49S S. W. 11th Road
Office Phone -1473
Home Phone E-217t
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services-----------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services____ 5:30 p. m.
Saturday morning___ 8:30 a. m.
Sunday morning____ 8:30 a. m.
Hebrew School, daily 3:15-8:15
Sunday School....... 10:00 a m.
Jr. Cong. Saturdays ...10:30 am.
Late Friday Evening
Services___________8:15 p.m.
KOSHER FT1-1-1^
Chickens and Turkeys. Com-
pare our Poultry and Prices
at
SPRINGER POULTRY
&EGG CO.
317 N. W. Filth Street
H. M. Kagan
is on duty every day
Late Friday Evening Services
The series of late Friday eve-
ning services will come to a close
this Friday evening, marking the
ninth consecutive Friday evening
services conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Even though unusual
large attendance despite the late-
ness of the season, we are com-
pelled to end these services be-
cause the sun sets much later in
the day, and Kabbalas-Shabbos
the receiving of the Sabbath
must be B'Zman (in time.) which
causes conflict with our services
held at 8:15.
We are deeply appreciative of
the many inquiries to continue
the late services, and we shall
resume them after the High Holy
Days. Beth David Congregation
conducted the longest period of
such services of any other Ortho-
dox or Conservative Congrega-
tion. We began these services
right after Simchas-Torah (Re-
joicing of the Law) in October,
and we are ending right before
the Passover holidays in April.
Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble
will chant the prayers, and Rab-
bi Shapiro, will discuss the sub-
ject, "A Voice In Wasteland."
The Oneg-Shabbos will take
place in the auditorium, and re-
freshments donated by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Dickson, in honor
of their son Sidney's birthday,
will be served by the Sisterhood.
Religious and Cultural Institution
The services of the Juniors and
Seniors, conducted by the Junior
Congregation, takes place every
Saturday morning at 10:30. David
Jacobs, Harvey Sootin, Seymour
Hinkes, Meyer Greenberg. and
Herbert Glazeroff are in charge
of the services. We cannot stress
sufficiently the importance of
training your children to attend
these services. It helps to create
a definite Jewish character which
no parent- should deprive their
children of receiving. These ser-
vices will continue thru Passover,
and special services are being
arranged for the Passover holi-
days.
Sunday School
Our well organized and exper-
ienced members of the faculty
are now in the midst of a dis-
cussion in their classes of the
Passover observances. Parents
and friends are asked to visit our
Sunday school during the as-
sembly from 11:30 to 12-,
Talmud Torah
It is gratifying to see the con-
tinued attendance at the Hebrew
classes throughout the week. We
admit emphatically that Sunday
School training for our children
is certainly not sufficient. Chil-
dren can appreciate the value of
our Hebraic civilization only by
attending the Hebrew classes
that are held daily. We therefore
urge parents to see the wisdom
of participating, and sending
their children to the Talmud
Torah.
Bar Mitzvah
During the services this Sat-
urday morning. Sandy, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Freed, will
become Bar Mitzvah. He will
recite the Maftir, and greet the
worshipers. A reception will be
tendered to him in the auditorium
after the Benediction, and Sandy
will serve as host to the Junior
Congregation.
Nochum Alavelim
May the Almighty assuage the
pain of Mrs. Nate Brown, and
the Cohen brothers, at the un-
timely loss of their beloved
mother, and a member of the
Beth David Sisterhood. May her
soul be bound up in the bond of
eternal peace.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in
the Memorial Book of Life, will
be observed this month of Nissan.
The Anniversary Candle is lit
the evening before the English
date mentioned, and the Kaddish
begins the same evening until
sunset of the day mentioned.
Moshe Maier. father of Mrs. J.
Bngler, March 31; Yitzchok, son
of Chas. Greenberg. April 2:
Naphtali. husband of Anna
Greenberg. April 3; Gittle Leah,
mother of Louis Mushnick. April
4; Buna Racza. mother of Joseph
Rabin. April 5: Corah Rivkah.
mother of Rebecca Aronson.
April 5; Shloma Ahron. father
of Chas. Levcnston. April 6; Ba-
ila. mother of Mrs. J. Engler,
April 6; Sorah. mother of Mrs.
Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Samuel
Haas, April 12; Clara, mother of
Mrs. W. O. Steinke, April 12;
Fruma Teme, mother of Jack and
Gerson August, April 12; Shloma,
father of Joe Markowitz. April
14: Ncchoma, mother of Louis
Weinkle, April 17; Fruma Bro-
cho. mother of M,ose M. Rippa,
April 19; Zaev, father of Edward
Friedman. April 18; Zalmem
Yoel. father of Joe Weintraub.
April 19; Sorah Rochel, mother of
Meyer Schwartz. April 20; Bas-
yoh. mother of Lillian F. Stine.
April 20; Feiga Chaya. mother of
Lawrence Sapero, April 21; Men-
del Yosel. brother of Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz. April 21; Chaya,
mother of Mrs. Harry Markowitz.
April 21; Mayer Yosef. father of
Isador Brown, April 23; Yisroel
Moshe. father of Wm. Perlman,
April 25.
The following Yahrzeiten will
be mentioned from the pulpit
this Friday night during the late
services:
Moshe Maier, father of Mrs.
J. Engler; Yitzchok, son of Chas.
Greenberg; Naphtali, husband of
Anna Greenberg; Gitttle Leach,
mother of Louis Mushnick; Buna
Raeam, mother of Joseph Rabin;
Sorah Rivka, mother of Rebecca
Aronson; Shloma Ahron, father
of Chas. Levenston; Baila, mother
of Mrs. Engler; Sorah, mother of
Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam-
uel Haas; Clara, mother of Mrs.
W. O. Steinke; Fruma Teme,
mother of Jack and Gerson Au-
gust.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
aVenaBneSfl
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
Rabbl'e Realdence:
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone S-51S2
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachris...............7:15 a. m.
Second Minyon....... 8:00 a. m.
Mincha ........................ 5:30 p.m.
Maariv....................... 6:00 p.m.
Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m.
Sabbath Service .........9:00 a. m.
Waahlneton Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21t Terrace

DR. ISRAEL SHMID
wishes to explain to jrou in person how
you can improve your health by chang-
ing your diet, taking manipulative
treatment, opening the bowels, and
complying with his instructions lor a
while.
For An Appointment Call 55102
1130 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach., Fla.
Ladies Auxiliary
The next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary will be held in our
new synagogue on Tuesday,
April 1 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. George
Chertkof will preside and plans
will be perfected, for the forth-
coming boat ride which is to
take place on Tuesday night.
April 8. A cordial welcome is
extended to all ladies, both tour-
ists and members, to attend.
Ladies Bingo Game
On Sunday night. March 30
the Ladies Auxiliary will run a
bingo game in the Talmud Torah.
1545 S. W. 3rd street. Admission
is free and all are welcome. Pro-
ceeds will go for the Talmud
Torah Maintenance Fund.
H. M. Drewich Honored
H. M. Drewich. who is serving
the congregation for the fifth
term, has been elected honorary
life member of our congregation.
We are happy to record this well-
deserved distinction so it may
serve to inspire others to labor
in the Vineyard of the Lord.
Mazel Toy
The congregation and Ladies
Auxiliary join the Rabbi and
Rebbetzen in extending cordial
mazel tov greetings to Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman upon the
forthcoming marrage of thcir
son Charles. May the Lord en-
able them to rejoice in the happy-
tiding of their children.
Congratulations
We are most happy to extend
sincere mazel tov wishes to Mr.
and Mrs. A. Finley Binder (nee
Ray Shochet) upon their mar-
raige and wish them a life replete
with joy, happiness and gladness.
Habanoth
The Miami Chapter of Haba-
noth is engaged in perfecting
plans for their Passover program
which will be presented during
the holidays.
New members are cordially in-
vited to attend the meetings
which are held every Thursday
afternoon at 4 p. m. with Miss
Paula Nita Ginsburg presiding.
Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner is
the sponsor of the group.
Path of Sorrows
We record with sincere lamen-
tation the death of the late Mrs.
Naomi Kerman and beg to extend
to her dear ones the congrega-
tions sincere condolences.1
It is with profound grief that
we chronicle the untimely pas-
sing of our late friend Morris
Sheinbaum who was a familiar
and well-liked figure in our syna-
gogue. It is well for us to emu-
late his intense zeal for things
of Jewish and communal im-
portance.
We extend the congregation's
sincere sympathy to the children
of the late Mrs. Wolf Cohen who
passed to Eternity this week.
Shachriss daily at 7 and 8 a. m.;
Saturday at 9:00 a. m.
Young Israel Junior Congrega-
tion Saturday at 9:00 a. m.
Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m..
Friday and Saturday at 6:00 p.m.
Maariv. daily at 6:45 p. m.:
Saturday at 7:00 p. m.
Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at
6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will
speak on The Portion of the
Week.
Sabbath sermon: Rabbi Mesch-
eloff will preach in Yiddish on
"Our Calling," Cantor Mamches
will chant the services.
Religious School
Preparation for the Passover
holiday has begun in all our
daily school classes. The Kid-
dush. the questions, the Haggad-
dah translation and songs are
the main themes of instruction.
Parents who want their child-
ren to be fully informed of the
meaning and value of the holiday
of Passover, and who want them
intelligently to participate in the
Seder evenings, are urged to en-
roll their children now. Regis-
tration at our office any week
day afternoon between the hours
of four and six.
We are glad to have back with
us in our Sunday morning
classes Miss E. Kebeck and Mrs.
J. Adler, two of our faculty who
have been absent a few Sundays
on account of illness. We wish
them both continued good health.
The results of our second "third"
examinations in our Sunday
morning classes show some ex-
ceptional marks. We hope our
children will continue their good
work.
Mizrachi Meeting
The men and women's divis-
ions of the Miami Beach Miz-
rachi will meet this Saturday
night at 8 o5clock in the Talmud
Torah building. All members
and friends are urged to be pres-
ent. An interesting program has
been prepared. A new project
will be discussed.
Habonoth
The Miami Beach Habanoth
had a lovely costume party at
the Nemo Hotel last Sunday
night. Prizes were awarded for
the most original costumes.
The Habonoth will present an
old time motion picture at the
synagogue this Sunday night at
8 oxlock. The proceeds will
help them in meeting their new-
est synagogue project. Admission
fee is nominal. Everyone is
asked to come and help these
girls along.
Congratulations
Our heartiest mazul tov is ex-
tended to the Shochet and Binder
families on the marriage of Miss
Ray U. Schochet to A Finley
Binder this week. The ceremony
was performed by Rabbis A.
Kellner and M. Mescheloff.
Our best wishes to Mr. and
Mrs. David Schiff (nee Winifred
G. Coles) married in a simple
ceremony at the home of Rabbi
Mescheloff last Wednesday.

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PAGE SIX
+Jewist HorHHri
FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1941
The ADL News Service
by
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director
FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE
OF BNAI BRITH
This column, a regular feature,
aims to familiarize the Jewish public
with various phases of the probli
w hich M 'I* As part < 1U
service, readers to address
questions on current Jewish 1
to >h writer at 617 Seyb
Miami, Replies will bs
in n
dence. often li r loo*
t-hartea made aiiout the J<
or nave i Jew Ish fi ends
bor misconceptions which they
clarify I...... forma-
Inquiries of th: kind are -""
lally :-.: T- of the
: will t.. held In the si '
. fidence ,'. h so lesires.
of the "divide and conquer" stra-
tegy of the Nazis which they thus
are helping to promote. Too often
Jews have not known what reply
to make. The Courier's editorial
supplies the answer.
'For the Christian the chal-
lenge is clear-cut. The Jew can
stand persecution; under it he
survives and strengthens. But
"Hitler's Agents Are the
Jew-Baiters."
Seldom does one read an edi-
torial as forthright in its ap-
proach as that which recently
appeared in the Louisville Cour-
ier-Journal. Fortunately, it was
reprinted in several newspapers.
It should be read and digested
by everyone who calls himself
an American. For over and over
again since Hitler began his
persecution of the Jewish people
has one heard non-Jews remark.
"So far as the Jews are con-
cerned. Hitler is right."'
Those who indulge in such
utterances fail utterly to com-
prehend the ominous character
i you and I cannot hate, for hate
and intolerance are corroding
poisons from which there is no
survival. Civilization cannot per-
secute and survive. America can-
not tolerate persecutions and con-
tinue."
This eminently sound doctrine
was enunciated by Daniel A.
Poling, international president of
the Christian Endeavor, in one
of the best statements that Amer-
icans have heard since the world
moved into crisis. Dr. Poling has
been deluged by anti-Jewish
pamphlets from anonymous sour-
ces, and has heard supposedly
intelligent people repeat whis
pered rumors of Jewish machin-
ations in this country. He sees
in such manifestations the seed
of destructions, not for the Jews
but for America.
These rumors are rife all a-
round us. There is a particularly
fantastic one which has been re-
peated in certain Wall Street
quarters, to the effect that "all
this aid-to-England stuff has been
developed and put over by the
Jews." The absurdity of such a
statement does not prevent its
repetition by people who call
themselves educated and intelli-
gent.
The time has come when such
rumors have got to be spiked,
for the sake of American sur-
vival. We all should know enough
about Nazi methods by now to
recognize that the first move
in the Hitler attack is the stirring
up of hatred against the Jews.
The pattern has been followed
with perfect regularity in each
and every one of the conquered
countries. Each in turn fell for
this old device. And yet with
such an example in front of them,
many Americans are falling for
it all over again.
The simple fact is that any
American citizen who repeats
ugly rumors about the Jews is
making himself an agent of Ad-
dolph Hitler. He may profess to
hate Hitler as much as the next
man. but he is playing Hitler's
game just as effectively as if he
were receiving money from the
Nazi propaganda fund. Whatever
his motives may be, the result
of his action is the same: he is
betraying his country.
Dr. Poling is right. There is
no use mincing words by talking
about "race prejudice" and "intol-
erance." It is Jew-baiting that is
our danger. It is Jew-baiting that
is the classic formula for dividing
I a nation in order to conquer it.
We in America cannot afford the
! luxury of condemning any group
Of American citizens, when we
need unity as never before.
i Watch the man who talks against
the Jews. Whether he knows it
or not, he is Hitler's agent in
America.
The office of the Anti-Defama-
tion League is located at 611
Seybold Building. Miami,
phone 3-6306. All Florida com-
munities are invited to avail
themselves of the services of-
fered by the organization and
to consult on matters of an
anti-defamatory nature.
LEADING DISTRIBUTORS
Goodman's, one of the leading
distributor^ of matzohs and Pass-
over products in the country, has
appointed the firm of Wucher
and Lynn, wholesale grocers, as
exclusive distributors for their
products in this area.
THE
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Mrs. Murray Kaufman has re-
turned to her home in New
York City after a weeks sojourn
at the Milburn Hotel visiting rel-
atives and friends. She was the
guest of her father. Morris Binder
and attended the wedding of her
brother A. Finley Binder.
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+Je**i*lilhridtnir
PAGE SEVEN

B
ai B'rith $J^ Note*
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
s different. It's sensational.
Have you ever heard of wives
and single ladies going to a stag?
Well, maybe you haven't, but
frankly haven't your wives made
Inquiries of you after you have
returned from a stag? No sooner
had the announcement gone forth
tha: Sholem Lodge would hold
its annual stag next month than
m that it wasn't fair to them. As a
result the officers and committee
chairmen in meeting assembled
on Sunday morning decided upon
a novel affair that would satis-
fy all parties concerned.
Instead of a strictly stag affair
w< will have a "Surprise Smoker"
which will be open to men and
women. I am not at liberty to
Make Reservation! For
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nemo hotel
116 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE 5-3491
REV. FINERMAN
will officiate
GARTENBERG &
SCHECHTER
OF
The London Arms Hotel
Announcing to all thai the I .on-
ilim Arms Ifuiel and Dining Room
wtH be open to the public for the
retire I'atsover Holidays.
U> nUo take the privilege to
a) that Kaihrnth Is observed to
the (utteat extent. The quality of
r.:r food ami the service shall he
..' the brtt-
Rabbi Tlirsch Horowitz
Will Conduct Sedarim
Reservations to Be Made
In Advance
PHONE 5-2103
tell what surprises are in store
for all who attend but rest
assured the evening will be long
remembered by those present. I
can say however that there will
be sandwiches served and plenty
of high class entertainment in
addition to any surprises that
may take place that evening.
As if the surprise element were
not enough to create interest, and
the further fact that wives and
girls will be permitted to attend,
the price of admission has been
cut in half. In other words, ad-
mission is only $1.00 per couple.
Tickets I am certain will be at a
premium so call the Bnai Brith
office at once and put in your
orders. Yesterday I called one
friend and casually mentioned
the affair. He immediately order-
ed ten tickets. This is an omen
so guide yourselves accordingly.
The affair will be held at a
beach hotel shortly after Pass-
aver.
The proceeds ol the affair will
be used to defray the travelling
expenses of delegates to Wash,
for the Dist. B. B. convention in
May. Those who would like to
attend the convention as dele-
gates will please communicate
with me as soon as possible. The
Lodge is entitled to one delegate
for every fifty members of the
Lodge paid up in dues as of Mar.
31. Thus far the following have
expressed their intentions of go-
ing: Jack Abbott, Jack Bernstein,
Milton Friedman, Hy Horowitz,
Walter Kovner, Al Mechlowitz,
and Harold Turk.
At the Sunday morning meeting
we were privileged to confer
with Dr. Nina Adlerblum, noted
author and philosopher. The
Lodge may soon have the plea-
sure of hearing her if present
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Dog
Racing
Nightly
plans of the Intellectual Advance-
ment Committee under Max
Steuer work out.
A week ago a Purim party was
given by the Student Union Com-
mittee for the students of the
U. of Miami. Religious slides
were shown with comments by
Rabbi Zwitman. Afterwards dan-
cing and refreshments were par-
ticipated in and enjoyed.
Wednesday nights are still
taken up by the Lodge bowlers.
The recreation Alleys are the
scene at that time of furious
competition between husbands
and wives and sweethearts. You
see. we now have mixed bowling.
The exercise is good, the rivalry
keen, and friendship prevails.
There are set teams and every-
one who is present is permitted
to play on a team. The surprising
thing is to see the ladies actually
outscore the menon occasion.
The other day I received a
letter from the attorney general's
office. Imagine my surprise (this
article seems to be full of sur-
prises) upon opening it, to see
that it was from Bro. Al Pallot.
I quote its contents in full be-
cause I am only human and
appreciate kind words every
once in a while for work that I
do. Here is what Al said, "Dear
Milt: I have been reading your
column in the Floridian with
interest, and I could not refrain
from taking this opportunity to
write and tell you how much I
have enjoyed it. The column is
written very well and certainly
contains in a most interesting
manner complete information
concerning the B'nai B'rith ac-
tivities. Keep up the good work,
and with best wishes, I am. Cor-
dially yours, Al."
I just received "The Secretary's
Bulletin" from Bro. M. G. Rosen-
berg of Tampa. It is a newsy
mimeographed Lodge paper put
out by Bro. R. as secretary of his
Lodge. A very interesting item
appeared therein and again I
quote, "On Sunday evening, Mar.
30 from 10 to 10:30, Chicago time,
the Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem will broadcast an address of
the vice-president of the United
States, Honorable Henry A. Wal-
lace, preceded by an address of
Henry Monsky, president of
B'nai B'rith. Please listen in." The
address will take place at the
triennial convention of the B. B.
Supreme Lodge in Chicago. B'nai
B'rith must indeed be a potent
force in the world of today to
merit such distinction.
Next week, the readers of this
column will be pleased to know,
there will be another guest wri-
ter. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, the
president of the Auxiliary of
Sholem Lodge, and past president
of a number of other organiza-
tions, and active communal
worker, has consented to tell all
about the Auxiliary in more
detail than I could.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for tha bene-
fit of all organizationa In Greater Miami, depend! for Ita iiiccen upon
the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Datea
for next week'e ieaue ahould be In the office by Wedneeday morning.
To avoid pomble confuaion and overlapping, effieere of organization!
are requested to notify thia bureau of tentative datea aa early aa
poaalble.
The Jewlah Floridian, 21 8: W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which
conducta the bureau for all onganixatione, ia ready to serve any time in
the matter of clearing datea.
BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL,
open every week In the year and
Sunday Seaniona begin Sunday
morning;. October 20, 1940, ending
Sunday morning, May 25th. 1941.
EVERY MONDAY EVENINGY. W.
H. A. bowling games.
SECOND MONDAY evrry month, reg-
ular meeting of Senior Hadawah.
SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY
of each month, regular meeting of
Ladles Auxiliary JewlBh War Vet-
erans and also Freda Markowltz
i'OMt.
FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress
FOURTH MONDAY every month,
board meeting. Senior Ilmlnssaji
EVERY TUESDAY MORNINGTem-
81e Israel Sisterhood Sewing
lasses benefit Red Cross, at Kap-
lan Hall.
SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH
Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish
Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m.
at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th
Place.
SECOND AND FOURTH TUES-
DAYS of each month, regular meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith.
MARCH
30Junior Hadassah Donor Din-
ner, Latin Quarter.
30Pioneer Women's Club no. 2,
Miami Beach, vegetarian din-
ner and entertainment, Bis-
cayne Collins Hotel, 6 p. m.
31National Children's Cardiac
Home, membership tea, 4250
W. Flagler St., 2 to 4 p. m.
APRIL
2American Jewish Congress.
Women's Division, card party
Victor Hotel. 1:30 p. m.
Post Time 8:15
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FOURTH TUESDAY of every month,
regular meeting of National Home
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EVERY TUESDAY EVENING T.
W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroorae.
EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadaseah
Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kap-
yan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING
National Council of Jewish Women
Miami Section legislation and
Study Groups at the home of Mrs.
C. 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 Clashes 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.
HanketbaJI and Dance
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on
the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfwon's
home. 1069 Collins Ave., Miami
Beach.
4Senior Hadassah Garden par-
K" benefit Jewish National
ind, home of Mrs. Samuel
Shapiro, 2675 Flamingo Drive
9National Children's Cardiac
Home, Dade Chapter, bingo
party.
16_Y. W. H. A. Passover affair.
21Jewish Welfare Bureau, reg-
ular meeting.
23Y. W. H. A. Book review.
30Y. W. H. A. general meeting.
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+Je*1st tier idkiii
FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1941
CONVENTION OF
B'NM BWH10
OPEN TOMORROW
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 1)
presented by Dr. Solomon Gold-
man, rabbi of Chicago's Ar.she
Emet Synagogue, former presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization
of America and now a member
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Com-
mission.
The addresses by Mr. Wallace
and Dr. Weizmann will be fol-
lowed bv three days of delibera-
RUMMAGE NEEDED
Ar.yor.e havicr articles at
clotting, furniture, etc. that
are not bems used or needed.
pie^i*e cooj*rate with the toa-
dies Auxiliary of th Jewish
Welfare Bureau. and send
these article* to the RUM-
MAGE STORE maintained bj
them.
If You Cannot Bring These
to the
RUMMAGE STORE
Lscattd at 167 N. W. 5th St.
Pleass Phone
Mrs. l_ J. Hartz. 2.T1IS
Mrs. Morris Oubler, 5-SS17
Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4IM
Jewish Welfare Office, 1-5377
Mrs. Meyer Sehwartz. 2 UM
and they will be called for
tion and action on the problems
dealing with national defense,
Americanism, adult education,
youth welfare, war relief, refugee
aid and matters of special con-
cern to the American Jewish
community. Convention decisions
on these questions will be guided
by the recommendations to be
made in the presidential report
of Mr. Monsky, who will appraise
the record of B'nai B'rith activi-
ties since 1938. when he was first
called to the leadership of the
organization.
The opening session of the con-
vention, at which Mr. Monsky
will preside, will be addressed
by Governor Green of Illinois:
Mayor Edward Kelly of Chicago;
Philip M. Klutznick of Omaha,
president of B'nai B'rith's Dist-
rict 6: Benjamin Samuels, resi-
dent Chicago member of the
B'nai B'rith Executive Committee
and national convention chair-
man; Jerome J. Friedman, also
of Chicago. District 6 and Chi-
cago convention chairman; and
Judge I. M. Golden, of San
Francisco, a national vice presi-
dent of B'nai B'rith.
Isaac Levin. Miami, president
of District 5. will be present.
STRICTLY
TMbita from ETerywher.
br PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
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coming election in May.
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and anonymous "gypsy violin-
ist" who appeared on the airways
a few years ago with car-com-
pelling midnight programs? .
Now this musician. Emory
Deutsch. is becoming the con-
ductor of the CBS Salon Orches-
tra We're sorry to hear that
Sybil Jason, the little Jewish girl
from South Africa, has had to go
back home from Hollywood,
where she had landed no jobs
since she played in "The Blue-
bird" with Shirley Temple .!
Did you ever hear of Captain |
Samuel Samuels? Neither |
did we till just recently, which
shows how ephemeral fame can '
be For about eighty years
ago Captain Samuels performed
one of the greatest feats in ma- ]
ritime history His ship had !
lost her rudder in a terrific gale
somewhere in the Atlanticbut'
he saved her by steering her!
back to the Azores by manipu-
lating the sails so that she fol-
lowed a backward course for 182
miles.
WEEKLY GIGGLE
To composer Kurt Weill is
credited the story of the old man
arrested in Berlin for passing out
leaflets in the public thorough-
fares The Gestapo examined
his stock of papers, and discov-1
ered that every sheet was totally
blank Not even the most me-'
ticulous tests revealed the slight-,
est trace of a message printea in ,
invisible ink Stumped for I
once, the Gestapo commandant i
asked the prisoner what the big
idea might be The old man ,
shrugged "The people know
what I mean." he said From |
Lisbon, again, comes the tale of
the refugee seeking an American
visa The consul's question-
ing brought out the unfortunate
circumstance that the applicant
had no affidavit of support, no
money and no American friends
or relatives Under the cir-
cumstances, the consul explained,
his hands were tied, and he ad-
vised the man to give up his
place in line and come back in
twenty years Whereupon the
refugee timidly asked; "Morning
or afternoon?"
U.S.
PLANS CONTINUED
(CONTINUED FROM PACE 1)
mobilizing greater support for
the 550.000 Jews in Palestine,
who constitute an important bul-
wark in Britain's Near East de-
fense. Discoverer of T.N.T.. he
will confer also with American
scientists in connection with his
chemical research for Great
Britain.
Dr. Weizmann. who headed the
chemical laboratories in the last
war. is now conducting a special
chemical laboratory of the Brit-
ish laboratory. Mrs. Weizmann.
a scientist in her own right, is
president of the Women's Inter-
national Zionist Organization.
Among those who greeted Dr.
Weizmann upon his arrival were
Louis Lipsky, Jacob Fishman,
Miss Juliet N. Benjamin, David
Wertheim. A. A. Strelzin, Meyer
W. Weisgal, Arthur Lourie, Mor-
ris Margulies. Morris Eisenman.
Arthur Frumkin. and Mendel
Fisher.
Dr. Weizmann was scheduled
to attend a reception in his honor
at the Hotel Astor last Wednes-
day and to deliver an address at
the B'nai B'rith convention in
Chicago on Sunday.
A statement issued by the
United Palestine Appeal in be-
half of Dr. Weizmann. read:
"Now, more than ever before,
Palestine is the only center for
the salvation of great masses of
Jews and for the resurrection of
the Jewish nation. American
Jewry, the only great free Jew-
ish community in the world.
must now, more than ever, bear
the burden of the major respon-
sibility. Though we are fully
confident of the ultimate victory
of Great Britain and her allies,
supported by the growing help .,{
your great democracy, we must
realize that the post-war Jewish
problem will not solve itself. In
the future, as in the past, the
fate of our people will lie f:rst
of all in our own hands, and the
tragic necessities of the moment
must not distract our attention
from our ultimate goal, which is
the full liberation of our people,
through the establishment of a
Jewish National Home on a
sound and enduring basis."
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TELEPHONE 5-2991
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LEON ELKIN
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LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Office Phone Res. Phone
2-6085 5-1317
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
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S5.000 By The Federal Savings
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Resources Otm $5,600,000
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PAGE NINE
Life Insurance in action!
BV ITS VERY NATURE, Life Insurance is an active,
continuing forcea living Jorce in the homes
of millions who share its benefits.
Last year Metropolitan visited many homes in
times of family crisis, for a total of over $182,000,-
000 was paid on account of death claims to scores
of thousands of beneficiaries of Metropolitan pol-
icyholders. Dividends, matured endowments,
annuity payments, disability, and health and acci-
dent claims, and other benefits paid or credited to
living policyholders during the year amounted to
more than $426,000,000. The total of almost
$609,000,000 for payments to policyholders and
beneficiaries is a record high for the Company.
Metropolitan funds, invested for the benefit of
its policyholders, continued to play a part in the
economic structure of the nation. These funds
aided in financing Government activities, helped
to keep industry humming and men in jobs, to
erect public and private buildings, and assisted
farmers to own their farms and to keep tbem in
proper repair. However, the low interest rates
generally prevailing, continued to have their effect
on the Company's earnings and consequently on
dividends to policyholders.
Moreover, through its Welfare activities, its
ursing service for eligible policyholders. its re-
search, its health and safety literature and adver-
tising, Metropolitan again contributed to the task
of bringing better health to America. The death
rate of Metropolitan policyholders as a whole con-
tinued to be low, and mortality among Industrial
policyholders was approximately the same as the
1939 figure, a record low for this group.
Metropolitan is a mutual life insurance com-
pany. This means that the assets of the Company
are held for policyholders and their beneficiaries.
The value of these assets will ultimately be paid
out for their benefit... and for them only.
Business Report for the year ending December 31, 1940. (In accordance with the Annual Statement filed with the New York State Insurance Department.)
ASSETS WHICH ASSURE FULFILLMENT OF OBLIGATIONS
National Government Securities .
U. S. Government ....
Canadian Government ...
H
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$1,063,435,444.96
84,167,875.97
Other Bonds ....
U. S. State At Municipal
Canadian Provincial At Municipal
Railroad ...
Public Utilities ....
Industrial & Miscellaneous .
Stocks ..........
All but $47,952.13 are Preferred or Guaranteed.
First Mortgage Loans on Real Estate
Farms ..
Other property .
Loans on Policies..........
Real Estate Owned..........
Includes real estate for Company use, and housing projects.
Cash.............
Premiums Outstanding and Deferred......
Interest Due and Accrued, etc........
98,597,960.88
104,071,903.62
556,382,872.40
709,433,300.58
479,354,236.03
82,104,425.08
855,122,018.39
$1,147,603,320.93
1,947,840,273.51
86,359,622.68
937,226,443.47
504,549,131.45
430,945,055.68
150,740,516.25
90,232,179.03
62,295,093.32
OBLIGATIONS TO POLICYHOLDERS. BENEFICIARIES, AND OTHERS
Policy Reserves required by law........$4,665,558,926.00
Amount which, with interest and future premiums, will assure
payment of policy claims.
Dividends to Policyholders......... 112,417,253.00
Set aside for payment during the year 1941.
Reserve for Future Payments on Supplementary Contracts 139,378,189.86
Held for Claims............ 23,183,629.31
Including claims awaiting completion of proof and estimated
amount of unreportcd claims.
Other Policy Obligations......... 44,729,420.90
Including reserves for Accident and Health Insurance, divi-
dends left with Company, premiums paid in advance, etc.
Miscellaneous Liabilities.......... 32,284,133.01
Liabilities not included above, such as taxes due or accrued.
TOTAL
$5,357,791,636^2
TOTAL OBLIGATIONS ...,-...
Special Funds............
Surplus..............
This serves as a margin of safety, a cushion against contin-
gencies which cannot be foreseen.
TOTAL *.......
$5,017,551,552.08
16 370,000.00
323,870,084.24
$5,357,791,036.32
NOT!-Assets carried at $238,267,054.59 in the above statement are deposited with various public officials under require-
ments of law or regulatory authority. Canadian business embraced in this statement is reported on basis of par of exchange.
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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
FREDERICK H. ECKER, Chairman bf She Hoard IA MUTUAL COMPANY)
1 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Leroy A. Lincoln, Pruidtmt
FRPnERirtc H. Ecru. New York. N. Y.
Chairman of the Board
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Mitchell D. Follansbee, Chicago, III.
Member. Follansbee. Shorey and Schupp
Attorneys at Law
Joseph P. Day, New York. N. Y.
President, Joseph P. Day, Inc. Real Estate
LANGDON P. Marvin, New York. N. Y.
Member. Emmet. Marvin and Martin
Attorneys at Law
William L. Db Bost. New York. N. Y.
President. Union Dime Savings Bank
Jeremiah Mii hank. New York, N. Y.
Milbaak & Co.
Died Jan. 26,1941
D' Alton Corry Coleman
Montreal. Canada. Senior Vice-President
Canadian Pacitic Railway Company
Newcomb Carlton. New York, N. Y.
Chairman of the Board
Western Union Telegraph Company '
Leroy A. Lincoln, New York, N. Y.
President, Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company
Harry W. Croft. Greenwich. Conn.
Retired, formerly Chairman of the Board
Harbison-Walker Refractories Company
Thomas H. Beck. New York. N. Y.
President. The Crowcll-Collier Publishing
Company
Walter Ewing Hops. New York, N. Y.
Member. Milbank, Tweed sod Hope
Attorneys at Law
Samuel W. Fordyce. St. Louis. Mo.
Member, Fordyce, White, Mayne, Williams
and Hartman, Attorneys at Law
George McAneny. New York. N. Y.
Chairman of the Board
Title Guarantee and Trust Company
Robert V. Fleming, Washington, D. C
President and Chairman of the Board
Riggs National Bank
Frederic W. Eckex, New York, N. Y.
Vice-President
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Winthrop W. Aldrich. New York, N. Y.
Chairman of the Board
Chase National Bank of New York
William W. Crocker, San Francisco, CaliC
President
Crocker First National Bank of San Francisco
AMORY HouGIITON. Corning. N. Y.
President, Corning Glass works
LOUIS S. St. Laurent. Quebec. Canada
Member, St. Laurent. Gagne, Devlin &
Taschereau, Attorneys at Law
Ernest E. Norris. Washington. D. C.
President, Southern Railway Systea
Thomas H. McInnirney. New York. N. Y.
President, National Dairy Produus Corp.
Philip D. Reed. New York, N. Y.
Chairman of the Board
General Electric Company
JUAN T. TSIPPE. New York. N. Y.
President, Pan-American Airways System
Webster B. Todd. New York, N. Y.
President, Todd and Brown, Inc.. Builders
T
lllustration shows the New York Off Home
Office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Com-
pany. Head Offices ate also maintained ia San
Francisco, sod ia Ottawa, Qanaja, la addition,
over 1,100 District and Detached District Offices
are maintained throughout the United States and
Canada far the convenience of policyholders.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941
ORLANDO JEWRY
GOAL ATTAINED ON
OPENING NIGHT
W-.on th'- reports of the B:g
Gifts committee, head'-'i r.y A'oe
Bornstein of Clermont, ai
opening Banquet reports were
computed. Barney J C
chairman of the 154) campaign
announced that the goal of S.00C
*-as oversubscribed on the
ing night of the campaign. This
irkable achievement in Jew-
ish community fund raising for-
ced the board of directors in
Orlando to increase automatically
the goal to $7,500. The campaign
will continue throughout the
week ar.d efforts will be made
to contact every Jewish fa
in Central Florida
The 1M1 campaign opened Aith
a solem prayer service conducted
by Rabbi Morns A. Skop. The
El Moleh Rachamim prayer for
those who lost their lives s:nce
the advent of the Nazi regime
was intoned by Rev. A Leshin-
RUMANIAN JEWSURM^CHAPLAlNSCONrTR
NG TO 0. S. ==
FOR
S. M. BLUMENFIELD
THE
nnsH uuu
under management of
THE NASH FAMILY
1120 COLLINS AVENUE
now accepting reservations
for
for Sader Nights and
PASSOVER
HOLIDAYS
*y
Special Sader Services
Conducted by
REV. I. FIALKOW
Observe the Holiday in
Home Like Atmosphere
For Reservations Phone
5-464 1
..
sky Following the prayer service
the First Annual Banquet was
held with B. J. Cohen acting as
toastmaster. Reports were heard
:'r m A Bornstein, Frar.k Stein.
; rge Miller. Meyer S;ga!. who
. made his final address before
| leaving for his service in the U
S. Navy and presented his first
month's salary check to the Uni-
ted Jewish Appeal. B Arstem.
' treasurer of the Orlando Federa-
tion of Jewish Welfare Funds
reported for the various com-
; mittees soliciting funds. The
main address was delivered, fol-
: lowing a brief address of Rabbi
Skop. by Dr. Samuel Blumen-
> feld. noted educator and director
of Youth Education for the Zion-
(:st Organization of America. Dr.
i Blumenfeld delivered a most
' stirring and enlightening address
' explaining the significance of
Democracy to Jews and of Zion-
ism to the American Jew.
' Myer Shader. accompanied by
,his young daughter Fern Louise
| presented several vocal solos
: including the stirring rendition
"Rachem" and "Invictus." Over
one hundred and thirty persons
j crowded the synagogue social
: hall.
At the close of the campaign
a meeting of the Allocations com-
; mittee will be called by Barney
J. Cohen, chairman to allocate
1 the funds to the various Jewish
agencies included in the United
1 Jewish Appeal.
Belgrade CWNS A delegation
of Rumanian Jews will vis.: th
Uruti i Stab ; shortly to explore
the possibilities of Jewish emi-
gra:. n to S uth American coun-
..- : I report to Air.-
Jews or. present-day conditi ni
in Rumania it was reliably re-
: here.
The report stated that the
egstion would bring Arr.-r: -.
Jews a factual report or. the re-
[cent anti-Jewish rr.assacres in
Rumania, in which more than
12.000 Jews lost their lives An-
other phase of the report will
I concern itself with the economic
strangulation of Rumanian Ji
Of the approximately 400.000
'Jews still in Rumania, it was
I said. 250.000 are badly in need of
aid. Jewish communities have
opened free soup kitchens in 30
I Rumanian cities in a desperate
attempt to ward off starvation.
i Deprived of their jobs, ousted
from the professions and driven
from their farms. Rumania's
Jews have been reduced to a
state of beggary
Rumanian Jewish leaders have
! been warned by high govern-
ment authorities to spur Jewish
; emigration from the country.
; Failure of Jews to leave Ru-
' mania voluntarily, government
'officials implied, would lead to
' wholesale expulsions.
an e.ten.ive welfare Oro0ra- fo. men in the service through
320 afRHateo V.M.H.A/S ana ;enter, ano through special facilities
established lot the ourpose
AN APPEAL
Cantor Louis Hayman will again
officiate at the seder services at j
I Miami's only kosher restaurant.!
j the Palatial. 265 N. E. 2 street,,
Morton Fagan suggests early res-'
ervations because of limited ca-;
pacity.
"HOME MILK"
Producers Association
n c s ? i tr a
Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the
year, you will appreciate its high quality during the
Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessi-
ties will be made available to the Jews of Dade and
Broward counties.
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with
the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Pass-
over Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an
appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us
throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is
observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of:
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
ORDER NOW
CALL. WHITE OR PHONE
Home Milk Producers
Association
769 N. W. 18th Terrace
Phone 2-7696
Miami
813 Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 613
Fort Lauderdale
The Children's Aid Luncheon,
which was held on Tuesday. ',
March 25. at the Lord Tarelton i
Hotel. Miami Beach, was attend- ]
ed by over two hundred men and j
women.
The chairman. Mrs. Morris Al-!
pert, reported that pledges of the j
members and their guests attend- I
ing, were over-subscribed, and
that Miami Section has again
fulfilled a promise which they
made. Judge Harry Fisher of
Chicago, spoke on the subject of
"The Unification of the American
Jew. and what our task will be-
after the war is over.'' Manna
Zucca was honor guest, and play-
ed several of her own composi-
tions.
Jack Lawrence, composer of
popular songs, delivered some of
his own renditions, and Sammy
Walsh of the Esquire club, pro-
vided the comedian's part of the
afternoon. Miss Ruth Brotman.
accompanied by Miss Melicov,
sang operatic arias.
On Wednesday. April 2 at 12
p. m., the board of directors will
meet at the Strand Restaurant,
Miami Beach, for lunch. This
followed at 2 p. m. by the regu-
lar meeting in Morris Brothers
Auditorium. The Nominating
committee of which Mrs. Benja-
min Meyers is chairman, will
bring in the slate.
Annual reports of all chairmen,
including the report of the direc-
tor, Miss Bess B. Spanner will
be presented. Refreshments will
be served during the social hour.
There are organisations, de-
voted to the cause of helping
the distressed and unfortunate,
who do their work quietly and
without publicity, though still
effectively and efficiently. One of
these organizations is our own
local Jewish Welfare Bureau, the
only agency in Greater Miami
set up to alleviate the suffering
of fellow Jews in our midst. There
is very little publicity connected
with the work of the Bureau
which firmly believes in a policy
that public attention should not
be called to the needy individual
who still wishes to retain his
own self-respect.
One of the most important
sourees of revenue to the Bureau
is the Rummage Store which is
located at 167 N. W. 5 street. The
Bureau's Ladies Auxiliary con-
siders this their especial project,
and among them are a hard-
working group of women whose
particular task is the collection
of clothing and articles no longer
needed by those who are more
fortunate. The rummage store
functions in numerous ways as
a definite aid to the Bureau.
Wearing apparel which is in
particularly good condition is
set aside for those applicants
to the Bureau who are badly in
need of clothing, while house-
hold articles and furniture al-
ways find a place in the homes
of those who are in dire need of
them. Remaining clothing and
articles sold in the store on 5
street, and the entire proceeds
are turned over to the Bureau.
A constant stream of rummage
is essential to the proper func-
tioning of the rummage store
with its manifold assistance to
the Bureau. We need your help.
We only ask you to give us those
things you no longer need. It
is but a very small contribution,
large in the part that it plays in
the essential functioning of the
Bureau. Your cooperation and
assistance are urgently requested.
MODERN, AIR-CONDITIONED
RECLINING-SEAT COACHES
On* Wi> from Ml.ml-1. Ctrnekf
NEW YORK .... 522.40
RICHMOND........ 1S.OO
WASHINGTON...... 17.BO
BALTIMORE....... 1S-70
PHILADELPHIA...... 20.SO
BOSTON laMlmlnap 27.SO
PITTSBURGH....... 23.S5
BUFFALO........ 2S.60
TAMPA.........30
JACKSONVILLE...... S.50
ATLANTA........ 10.40
CHICAGO......... 23.30
NEW ORLEANS...... 14.75
CINCINNATI....... 17.7S
Similar low fares to all point-.
10% REDUCTION in roand-trip
roach faros on ihe Seaboard System.
Consult Ticket Agent or
T. W. Lu.kctt. A.G.P.A, 173 E. Flaflef
Street, Miami. Tel.: 3-83l
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IF YOU WANT TO GET
KOSHER PASSOVER
DAIRY PRODUCTS
THIS IS THE ONLY JEWISH DAIRY IN MIAMI
SEABOARD DAIRY
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PHONE 8-2211
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FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941
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PAGE ELEVEN
OF
DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN AND MRS. WEIZMANN ARRIVE ON DIXIE CLIPPER
JEWS IN
Geneva (WNS)Their resist-
ance broken down by more than
a year and a half of inhuman suf-
fering and persecution, large
numbers of Jews in Nazi-occu-
pied Poland have committed sui-
cide in recent weeks, it was re-
ported here.
The wave of suicides has
reached such fearful proportions
that Polish Jewish leaders have
appealed to the Jews in the Nazi-
held territory to "have courage
and remain firm during these
years of suffering."
The suicide epidemic originat-
ed m Cracow when the Nazis is-
sued orders for Jews to leave the
city A number of Jews were al-
lowed in move into ghetto near
Cracow.
A sharp increase in the num-
ber of suicides among Jews in
the ghettos of Warsaw and Lodz
was also reported. A Nazi news-
paper published in Poland, re-
porting the suicide epidemic, re-
ferred to it a gradual "liquida-
tion of the Jewish question" in
Poland.
Jews ordered to leave Cracow
were warned by Nazi authorities
to leave their homes in good or-
der or face severe penalties.
Tradesmen were compelled to
sell their property to German
and Polish business men. Jews
were permitted to take with
them personal effects and cloth-
ing but had to leave furniture
and other household effects.
Nazi authorities dealt Polish
Jews another blow when they
announced that gift packages
sent to Jews in the goverment-
generaJ by friends and relatives
Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organisa-
tion who has been engaged in chemical research for the British government, arrived this week in
the United States on the Dixie Clipper accompanied by his wife. Dr. Vera Weizmann. Dr. Weizmann
was the guest of honor at a reception at the Hotel Astor last Wednesday (March 26) night under the
auspices of the United Palestine Appeal. _____________________________________ ______
abroad must not exceed in value
25 reichsmarks (about $10).
Packages valued at more than
25 reichsmarks will be returned
to their senders, the Nazis said.
Exceptions to this rule will be
granted in a few emergency
cases.
ARONDVITZ AIDES
SOCIETY
SOCIETY MEETS AT MIAMI
SPEND THE
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
HOTEL iELEME
MIAMI BEACH
Traditional Seder Services
Conducted by
Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum
formerly Miami Orthodox
Congregation
Reservations for Seder and
Holiday Week
Telephone 5-5891
The Daughters of Israel Society
will meet this Wednesday at 8 p.
m. at the Miami Orthodox Syna-
gogue. At their last meeting held
at Beth Jacob it was voted that
this Greater Miami organization
meet twice at the Beach and once
in the city in bi-monthly meet-
ings.
A report on available lots for
the erection of a Ritualarium on
the Beach was presented, and a
motion made for the purchase
of a lot.
A committee was appointed to
arrange for a "Third Seder"
celebration to be held at a Kosher
Hotel on the Beach on Sunday
April 13. Tickets will be on sale
next week.
Register and vote in the coming
May elections.
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. SECOND STREET
OFFERS A
COMPLETE
Passover Holiday
Unaurpaaeed in detail of pre-
paration aervicecuiaine
refinement and hospitality.
Braakfaat, Luncheon and
Dinner, aa well aa a la carte
aervice. Special ratee for
the entire Paaaover Weak.
Morton S. Faqan
Management
Uj
Sader Ritual
will be conducted
on both nighte by
the popular Cantor
Louis Hayman
Golden-Voiced
Tenor
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WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER
We wuh to announce to our friend, and customersthat our
Kosher Dairy Product, for Paover will be handled at trie
ZION KOSHER MARKET
109 Rosemary Street. West Palm Beach. Florida
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK IN CHARGE
j SOUTHERN DAIRIES
WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA
A representative gathering of
Miami leaders met at a luncheon
at Palatial Kosher Restaurant
last Wednesday inaugurating a
series of luncheons for supporters
of Abe Aronovitz, candidate for
city commission in the forthcom-
ing May election.
Enthusiastic support of Aron-
ovitz's candidacy was evidenced
in remarks made by those pre-
sent, covering and praising the
record established by the can-
didate in public service. Particu-
lar attention by those present
was called to the urgent necessity
of all supporters of Aronovitz in
personally registering and seeing
that all friends and acquaintances
are registered. It is stressed that
a misunderstanding might exist
in the minds of many Miamians
that previous registrations would
qualify them as voters in the
coming election. A recent resolu-
tion of the city commission of
Miami has nullified all previous
registration and provides for
complete re-registering of all
voters. The slogan "Register and
Vote" was unanimously adopted.
FOR COMPULSORY
LABOR PROGRAM
Stockholm (WNS)A program
for compulsory labor for Jews,
similar to that now in effect in
Nazi-occupied Poland, is under
consideration by Arthur Seyss-
Inquart, Nazi commissioner in
Holland, and will be introduced
in the Netherlands in the near
future, according to an official
Nazi newspaper published in
Amsterdam, a copy of which has
just been received here.
Holland's Jews will be drafted
into special labor gangs, the Nazi
paper reported, in order to keep
them too busy to "provoke" the
Dutch people against the Nazi
administration. The Nazi com-
missioner has already announced
severe reprisals against Nether-
landers who manifest their "sym-
pathy for the Jews" by partici-
pating in anti-Nazi demonstra-
tions.
The anti-Jewish campaign in
the Netherlands press increased
in tempo with the announcement
that approximately 20,000 Jew-
ish-owned businesses are in the
process of "aryanization." Nazi
managers have already been ap-
pointed for most of the Jewish-
owned firms and shops in Am-
sterdam.
The Nazi administration com-
pelled Jewish business men in
Amsterdam to sell out.
Miami Beach Jewish Center and
Congregation Jacob Joseph will
hold a siyum hatorah Sunday at
8 p. m. at 1415 Euclid avenue,
Miami Beach. The presentation
of the safer torah was made by
Mr. and Mrs. Grossman. The I
program will include prominent
speakers, music, entertainment,
and refreshments.
J
Charles Greenberg, resident of j
Miami for many years, announces ---------
the engagement of his daughter Fern Nature, brilliant young
Betty to David E. Utely of De- sjster of World Champion Rural
FUTURITY STAKE
troit, Michigan. The wedding will
take place in Miami in July. Miss
Greenberg will make her home
in Pontiac. Michigan, where Mr.
Utely is engaged in the law
practice.

Alvin Gardner, a student at the
Atlanta Dental College, is spend-
ing a week's vacation at Miami
Beach visiting his parents. Mr. (
and Mrs. L. W. Gardner.

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayers an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-;
ter, Joan, at Jackson Memorial |
Hospital, Sunday, March 23.

Miss Adele Segall has been in
Baltimore. Md.. for the past few
weeks recuperating from a three
months nervous breakdown.
PREPARING FOR PASSOVER
It's a full-sized problem to
readjust a family's eating habits
for one week of the year, and
weeks before Passover, you'll
find the average housewife al-
ready planning her holiday menu,
because once the holiday arrives,
she's usually too busy cooking
and baking to find time for plan-
ning as well.
The care with which she makes
her preparations will determine,
to a great extent, the success of
her favorite Passover dishes, and
that's why so many women have
come to rely on Manischewitz
Matzo Products for full satisfac-
tion. In cooking and baking, for
instance, they have found a wide
range of uses for Manischewitz
Matzo Meal and Cake Meal, and
the pleasure derived from a hot,
fragrant matzo meal pudding, or
a light, tender sponge cake often
depends as much on these pro-
ducts as on the basic recipe.
Register now, so that you may
vote in the coming election in
May.
Rube, has been crowned 1941
Futurity Stake champion at
West Flagler Kennel club.
Meeting her famous brother,
My Topper, in the championship
final at Flagler, Fern Nature
ran one of the finest races of her
young career to capture the rich
$2,000 purse and turned in a
time mark of 31 4-5 seconds, 3-5
of a second off the world record.
Following the running of the
race, William L. Huntley, vice-
president and general manager
of the West Flagler track, made
the award from the judges stand.
With both the Nursery and
Futurity championships out of
the way, greyhound fans in this
area now will turn their eyes
toward the West Flagler Derby
which carries a $1,000 purse.
My Topper, Fern Nature. First
Mate, Big Brother and other stars
are entered in the classic.
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941
BEACH ELK
EBSTONE TO
BE LAID SUNDAY
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
the laying of the cornerstone of
the Miami Beach Elks, no. 1601
will take place at the site of the
building on West avenue and 7
street, next to the Fleetwood
Hotel. The ceremony will be pro-
ceded by a parade which will
start at the City Hall at 1:45 p.
m. in which the Miami Beach
Mounted Police. American Le-
gion and Jewish War Veterans
Drum and Bugle Corps. American
Legion Guard of Honor, and the
Miami Beach High School Band
will participate. The program for
the afternoon will include in-
vocation by Rev. Father Barry
of the Catholic Church, presenta-
tion of colors by American Legion
Guard of Honor, singing of
America led by W. D. Rowlands.
WOULD YOU GIVE
WIFE OF LABOR LEADER PRESENTS CHECK FOR $7,00^1RjT!SHREIJEF ^^ REFUGEES
' T ALLOWED 10
Mrs. David Dubinsky. wife of the president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Unions,
presents a check of $7,000 to Dr. David Lvovitch, vice-president of the World ORT Union, to be trans-
ferred to England for ORT relief work among refugees there. The check represents the amount of the
profits made from a concert arranged at Carnegie Hall under the chairmanship of Mrs. Dubinskv.
Looking on are. (at left.) chairman of Labor and Peoples ORT. Ladv Marlcy. wife of Lord Marley.
deputy speaker of the House of Lords in England, declared recently in a speech here, that funds sent
to ORT trade schools in England help British dt fense.
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kk OST people who use Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills say that one
pill usually relieves their head-
aches. In the regular package,
Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost
one penny each. In the economy
packages, one penny buys IY4
pills.
Why Don't You Try Dr. Miles
Anti-Pain Pills?
They taste good, act promptly,
do not upset the stomach, con-
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You may be miles away from a
drug store when you are suffer-
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or Muscular Aches and Pains.
Why not get a package of Dr.
Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and
be prepared for emergencies?
Regular Package, 25 PUIs, 25*
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District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler. Perry Haimowitz of Lake
Worth, will be an honor guest.
Grand Esteemed Lecturing
Knight. Chelsia Sencrchia. will be
the principal speaker on the pro-
gram. Past Grand Exalted Ruler.
Hon. Dave Sholtz will be intro-
duced by Otto Stegeman. Past
Exalted Ruler of Lodge no. 1601.
The ceremony will be concluded
with the laying and blessing of
the cornerstone by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Beth Jacob Congre-
gation, Miami Beach; Father
Barry, and Rev. Wylie Scott of
the Community Church, and the
singing of God Bless America.
Committees in charge are
publicity. Ellard Kohn and Buddy
Whelan; assembly and parade.
Chas. P. Edward. Dr. Maurice
Klein. Judge Sol Horowitz and
Pat Mays; ground committee,
Milton Weiss and Leo Eiscnstein;
program committee. Charles S. |
Tobin and Otto Stegeman.
All civic and fraternal bodies
of Greater Miami are invited to
attend the ceremony and partici-
pate in the parade.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
I MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
j Representative
i
David Zion and wife have re-
turned to their home in Babylon.
Long Island. N. Y. During his
winter stay, Mr. Zion was active
in assembling daily Minyonim
at Congregation Beth El.
Miss Helen Halpem. New
York, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Esther Halpern, her bro-
thers. Harry and family. Ben and
.Lou.
rOUNGSTERS WILL
E DEBUT FOB
STAKES
ENTER PALESTINE
London (WNS)Jewish iv;'u.
gees from Rumania, Hungary,
and Yugoslavia will not be per-
mitted to enter Palestine, Col-
onial Under-Secretary George H.
Hall declared in the House of
! Commons. Mr. Hall said excep-
Itions from this ruling would be
; granted in the case of prominent
Zionist leaders in the Balkans.
Jews in the Balkan nations
who already hold immigration
certificates, he said, will, of
course, be admitted to Palestine.
Mr. Hall's declaration of policy
was made in response to a ques-
tion by Col. Josiah Wedgwood,
Laborite. who asked what action
had been taken by the British
government to permit Jews driv-
en out of Balkan countries to
enter the Holy Land.
The colonial undersecretary
stated that the government had
informed the Jewish Agency that
Jews in Rumania who had re-
ceived Palestine certificates pri-
or to Feb. 15 would be admitted
after arrangements were com-
pleted to prove their identity
and substantiate other necessary
information.
Hyman Kapner passed away
March 22 at Good Samaritan
Hospital after a long illness. Mr.
Kapner was one of the "Pillars"
of Congregation Beth El. Burial
was in Woodlawn Cemetery with
Rabbi M. Greenstein officiating.
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Tom Smith has been ill at his '
home.
Mrs. Marie Blumberg was hos-
tess at the Beth El Sisterhood |
card party Thursday night at
Scher H=ll.
The debutantes of Tropical
Park's two-year-old thoroughbred
colony will stage their "coming
out" party on Saturday after-
noon when a field of ten is ex-
pected to dance up to Starter
"Buddy" Wingfield for the second
running of the $2,000 added
Viscaya Stakes, feature of the
week-end.
The Viscaya Stakes is fashioned
exclusively for fillies from the
two-year-old ranks, and the bel-
les of Tropical and Hialeah will
go postward in search of top
money which last year netted J.
A. Best, owner of the victorious
Within, exactly S1.860. Misty
Isle and Puro Oro finished second
and third in that initial running.
With a field of ten in the parade
the heavy sugar in this year's
Viscaya will net just $10 more
than last season, or $1,870. The
Register and vote in the coming
May elections.
fillies may top Within's money
mark, but they will have to step
in brisk style to menace her time
of :46:3 for the half mile dis-
tance.
Saturday's starting field is ex-
pected to be drawn from among
Fade. Bellcoda, Ration, Fate.
Lady Clipper. Dated Up, Bal'.a-
dine, Quick Conquest, Kind Ges-
ture and Tower Maid. Surprise
entries may be dropped into the
box. of course, and the event
looms a wide-open affair as
Tropical Park moves into the
final eleven days of the 1941
Spring Season.
Following the Viscaya running
two stakes are on the schedule.
I lie $3,000 Coral Gables Spring
Handicap to be decided April 5,
and the final day classic, the $10-
000 Tropical Handicap at one
mile and one sixteenth. This
latter event will ring down the
curtain on the most successful
of all Tropical seasons.
Morris Dickson was in Lake
Harbor Sunday.
PASSOVER AT GROSSINGER'S
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman have
left for their home in New York.
Mr. Kaufman officiated as cantor
at the Shabbos morning services
of Congregation Beth El.
May "e SU9c
.that Yu c
in person
^telephone
BEACH HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 17TH STUEET
Mrs. Sam Susskind New York,
a sister of Mrs. M. Schrebnick!
stopped here Monday enroute
home. Mrs. Susskind has been |
spending the past six weeks at |
Miami Beach.
Executive Board members of
Sisterhood Beth El met Monday !
night at the home of Mrs. Ben !
Ryder, president, 1613 Florida I
avenue. |
Mrs. Max Rubin has returned
to her home in Chicago. Mrs.
Rubin is a relative of the Moss
family of West Palm Bech
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PAGE TEN +JeMncrkUstr FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 ORLANDO JEWRY GOAL ATTAINED ON OPENING NIGHT W-.on th'reports of the B:g Gifts committee, head'-'i r.y A'oe Bornstein of Clermont, ai opening Banquet reports were computed. Barney J C chairman of the 154) campaign announced that the goal of S€.00C •*-as oversubscribed on the ing night of the campaign. This irkable achievement in Jewish community fund raising forced the board of directors in Orlando to increase automatically the goal to $7,500. The campaign will continue throughout the week ar.d efforts will be made to contact every Jewish fa in Central Florida The 1M1 campaign opened Aith a solem prayer service conducted by Rabbi Morns A. Skop. The El Moleh Rachamim prayer for those who lost their lives s:nce the advent of the Nazi regime was intoned by Rev. A LeshinRUMANIAN JEWSURM^CHAPLAlNSCONrTR NG TO 0. S. ==— FOR S. M. BLUMENFIELD THE nnsH uuu under management of THE NASH FAMILY 1120 COLLINS AVENUE now accepting reservations for for Sader Nights and PASSOVER HOLIDAYS *y Special Sader Services Conducted by REV. I. FIALKOW Observe the Holiday in Home Like Atmosphere For Reservations Phone 5-464 1 .. sky Following the prayer service the First Annual Banquet was held with B. J. Cohen acting as toastmaster. Reports were heard :'r m A Bornstein, Frar.k Stein. ; rge Miller. Meyer S;ga!. who made his final address before | leaving for his service in the U S. Navy and presented his first month's salary check to the United Jewish Appeal. B Arstem. treasurer of the Orlando Federation of Jewish Welfare Funds reported for the various com; mittees soliciting funds. The main address was delivered, fol: lowing a brief address of Rabbi Skop. by Dr. Samuel Blumen> feld. noted educator and director of Youth Education for the Zion( : st Organization of America. Dr. i Blumenfeld delivered a most stirring and enlightening address explaining the significance of Democracy to Jews and of Zionism to the American Jew. Myer Shader. accompanied by ,his young daughter Fern Louise | presented several vocal solos : including the stirring rendition "Rachem" and "Invictus." Over one hundred and thirty persons j crowded the synagogue social : hall. At the close of the campaign a meeting of the Allocations com; mittee will be called by Barney J. Cohen, chairman to allocate 1 the funds to the various Jewish agencies included in the United 1 Jewish Appeal. Belgrade CWNS —A delegation of Rumanian Jews will vis.: th Uruti i Stab ; shortly to explore the possibilities of Jewish emigra:. n to S uth American coun..: I report to Air.Jews or. present-day conditi ni in Rumania it was reliably re: here. The report stated that the egstion would bring Arr.-r: % %  -•. Jews a factual report or. the re[cent anti-Jewish rr.assacres in Rumania, in which more than 12.000 Jews lost their lives Another phase of the report will I concern itself with the economic strangulation of Rumanian Ji %  • %  Of the approximately 400.000 'Jews still in Rumania, it was I said. 250.000 are badly in need of aid. Jewish communities have opened free soup kitchens in 30 I Rumanian cities in a desperate attempt to ward off starvation. i Deprived of their jobs, ousted from the professions and driven from their farms. Rumania's Jews have been reduced to a state of beggary Rumanian Jewish leaders have been warned by high government authorities to spur Jewish ; emigration from the country. ; Failure of Jews to leave Ru' mania voluntarily, government 'officials implied, would lead to wholesale expulsions. an e.ten.ive welfare O ro 0 rafo. men in the service through %  320 afRHateo V.M.H.A/S ana ;enter, ano through special facilities established lot the ourpose AN APPEAL Cantor Louis Hayman will again officiate at the seder services at j I Miami's only kosher restaurant.! j the Palatial. 265 N. E. 2 street,, Morton Fagan suggests early res-' ervations because of limited ca-; pacity. "HOME MILK" Producers Association n c s •? i tr a Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessities will be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties. It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy. All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN ORDER NOW CALL. WHITE OR PHONE Home Milk Producers Association 769 N. W. 18th Terrace Phone 2-7696 Miami 813 Las Olas Blvd. Phone 613 Fort Lauderdale The Children's Aid Luncheon, which was held on Tuesday. ', March 25. at the Lord Tarelton i Hotel. Miami Beach, was attend] ed by over two hundred men and j women. The chairman. Mrs. Morris Al-! pert, reported that pledges of the j members and their guests attendI ing, were over-subscribed, and that Miami Section has again fulfilled a promise which they made. Judge Harry Fisher of Chicago, spoke on the subject of "The Unification of the American Jew. and what our task will beafter the war is over.'' Manna Zucca was honor guest, and played several of her own compositions. Jack Lawrence, composer of popular songs, delivered some of his own renditions, and Sammy Walsh of the Esquire club, provided the comedian's part of the afternoon. Miss Ruth Brotman. accompanied by Miss Melicov, sang operatic arias. On Wednesday. April 2 at 12 p. m., the board of directors will meet at the Strand Restaurant, Miami Beach, for lunch. This followed at 2 p. m. by the regular meeting in Morris Brothers Auditorium. The Nominating committee of which Mrs. Benjamin Meyers is chairman, will bring in the slate. Annual reports of all chairmen, including the report of the director, Miss Bess B. Spanner will be presented. Refreshments will be served during the social hour. There are organisations, devoted to the cause of helping the distressed and unfortunate, who do their work quietly and without publicity, though still effectively and efficiently. One of these organizations is our own local Jewish Welfare Bureau, the only agency in Greater Miami set up to alleviate the suffering of fellow Jews in our midst. There is very little publicity connected with the work of the Bureau which firmly believes in a policy that public attention should not be called to the needy individual who still wishes to retain his own self-respect. One of the most important sourees of revenue to the Bureau is the Rummage Store which is located at 167 N. W. 5 street. The Bureau's Ladies Auxiliary considers this their especial project, and among them are a hardworking group of women whose particular task is the collection of clothing and articles no longer needed by those who are more fortunate. The rummage store functions in numerous ways as a definite aid to the Bureau. Wearing apparel which is in particularly good condition is set aside for those applicants to the Bureau who are badly in need of clothing, while household articles and furniture always find a place in the homes of those who are in dire need of them. Remaining clothing and articles sold in the store on 5 street, and the entire proceeds are turned over to the Bureau. A constant stream of rummage is essential to the proper functioning of the rummage store with its manifold assistance to the Bureau. We need your help. We only ask you to give us those things you no longer need. It is but a very small contribution, large in the part that it plays in the essential functioning of the Bureau. Your cooperation and assistance are urgently requested. MODERN, AIR-CONDITIONED RECLINING-SEAT COACHES On* Wi> from Ml.ml-1. C trnek f NEW YORK .... 522.40 RICHMOND 1S.OO WASHINGTON 17.BO BALTIMORE 1S-70 PHILADELPHIA 20.SO BOSTON laMlmlnap 27.SO PITTSBURGH 23.S5 BUFFALO 2S.60 TAMPA 3 0 JACKSONVILLE S.50 ATLANTA 10.40 CHICAGO 23.30 NEW ORLEANS 14.75 CINCINNATI 17.7S Similar low fares to all point-. 10% REDUCTION in roand-trip roach faros on ihe Seaboard System. Consult Ticket Agent or T. W. Lu.kctt. A.G.P.A, 173 E. Flaflef Street, Miami. Tel.: 3-83l GO MODERN! GO SEAR0ARD! IF YOU WANT TO GET KOSHER PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS THIS IS THE ONLY JEWISH DAIRY IN MIAMI SEABOARD DAIRY Louis Jacobalrind. Prop. PHONE 8-2211 Kashrus Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER M ^O COveo. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 *k*isiifkridlKari PAGE THREE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ "Y* Carnival and Bazaar Huge Success I am positive that each of you who showed your interest in the Y. M. H. A. by attending this affair would certainly like to know how the "Y" made out. It is my pleasure at this time to inform you that the "Y" grossed approximately $600.00, their expenses were approximately $200. leaving approximately $400 that will go to help the many different departments that make up the Y. M. H. A. We again want to offer our heartiest thanks to all the merchants and individuals who graciously made various donations DINNER $1.50 NO COVER 3 SHOWS • 2 BANDS "Drinks on House crt Five" 5 O'CLOCK CLUB 22nd at Collins Ph.5-2066 and contributions towards the success of this carnival and bazaar. It would take three columns to name all the individuals who played a part in the success of this function. Therefore, with sincere thanks to everyone who helped put this across for a bigger and better Y. M. H. A. in this area, we remain, Your Y" "Y" Cagers Win Trophy Three cheers to Athletic director. Mickel Lubel, Manager Lou Safan and all the boys making up the "Y" Basketball Team for winning their well earned victory in a recent "Y" basketball tournament. They won a beautiful trophy which is now in the trophy case at the Y. M. H. A. Plans are now under way to have a banquet for the basketball teams of the Y. M. H. A. Duckpin News Manager Jack Apte, informs your scribe that this coming Thursday at the Miami Recreation Alleys, 301 S. Miami avenue, the "Y" will inaugurate a new bowling league. There have been over 25 of the boys out practicing each Thursday, and the various teams will be selected at that time. Come out and join up for a lot of fun and healthful recreation. News 'Round Town The "Y" got a most welcome surprise the other night with a visit from Al Grossman and his wife who are visiting here in Miami for a short stay to visit with their friends. Al. by the way, is the former president of the Y. M. H. A., one of the hardest workers this organization has had. We wish to pick this time to offer our sincerest best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, (Ray Shochet, former Society Editor of the Jewish Floridian) who are leaving for a two months journey throughout the U. S. Heartiest Congrats. There is a group of pretty girls going around wearing Girl Scout uniforms and are going to ask you to purchase some cook ies. These girls are part of th Girl Scout Troop of the Y. W. H. A. and we would greatly appreciate your cooperation when jthey approach you. All money received will go to the Girl Scout Troop. You can look forward to very enjoyable evenings to be sponsored jointly by the Y. M. H. A. and the Y. W. H. A. in the form of bingo games. Watch this column for dates. Junior Division The Junior Division, composed of boys and girls between the | ages of 15 and 19. will have I open house at the "Y" next Thursday evening, April 3. All persons between those ages are cordially invited io attend. Register Now Registration books for May City Elections opened last Tuesday in Miami's 48 precincts. They will remain open through April 8 from 8:30 to 5 daily except Sundays. Do your duty as a true citizen and register immediately. Adios until next week. At a special meeting held recently by the Junior Debs, the group unanimously voted to change their name to Delta Epsilon Chi. GIVES YOU the QUICKEST SUREST Most Flexible HEAT PEOPLES =p B— iram TO^ ^| COMPAJVY Hollywood Ft. L.ud.,d.|. Mi. m i Beach MIAMI ***-***>i*S<**: Enjoy a Really Delightful Passover Holiday at— Andron's Alamac Hotel Impressive Seder Services (Dietary Observance) Reservations Suggested Tie* Special Meal Rates for the Holidays Collins Avenue at 13th Street PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS • Land O' Sun Dairies BRINGS YOU STRICTLY KOSHER i\i i"vj 9AeaieA fltiami fewi&A Q&neteAAj, JlMxyjcLcdwii AT THE DEATH OF ANY JEW. PLEASE PHONE 2-8092 FOR SOL SCHWARTZ Chairman of Burial Committee, for the Services of the Chevra Kadisha and All Other Jewish Rites. All Information Regarding Burial Plot and Arrangements Courteously Furnished Without Charge. TELEPHONE 4-4240 THE SHELBY SALESBOOK CO. F. A. PETER60N. District Manager i,• %  „... FORMS KOR EVERY BUSINESS PHASE „.„,_,_„ '^'"HASINn RECEIVING STOCKKEEPINU PItOIHVT ON SKLUNQ — CREDITS — SHIPPING — INVOICING — ACVUUN n.NO COMPARE OUR PRICES AND QUALITY WITH ANYONE ELSE Graded PASfVitlZtD Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Best It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled. Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Awe. Chicago ONE QUART IN THE NEW SANITARY PURE-PAK SINGLE SERVICE CONTAINER "Your Personal Container" NEVER USED BEFORE— NEVER USED AGAIN Land O'Sun Dairy Products for Passover are produced locally under the supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. GRADE "A" MILK SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE SWEET BUTTER BUTTERMILK Land O'Sun Dairies, Inc. Phone 5-5537 Or Order from Route Salesman ) I



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FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 *Jmlst) Ftcridliari PAGE NINE Life Insurance in action! B V ITS VERY NATURE, Life Insurance is an active, continuing force—a living Jorce in the homes of millions who share its benefits. Last year Metropolitan visited many homes in times of family crisis, for a total of over $182,000,000 was paid on account of death claims to scores of thousands of beneficiaries of Metropolitan policyholders. Dividends, matured endowments, annuity payments, disability, and health and accident claims, and other benefits paid or credited to living policyholders during the year amounted to more than $426,000,000. The total of almost $609,000,000 for payments to policyholders and beneficiaries is a record high for the Company. Metropolitan funds, invested for the benefit of its policyholders, continued to play a part in the economic structure of the nation. These funds aided in financing Government activities, helped to keep industry humming and men in jobs, to erect public and private buildings, and assisted farmers to own their farms and to keep tbem in proper repair. However, the low interest rates generally prevailing, continued to have their effect on the Company's earnings and consequently on dividends to policyholders. Moreover, through its Welfare activities, its ursing service for eligible policyholders. its research, its health and safety literature and advertising, Metropolitan again contributed to the task of bringing better health to America. The death rate of Metropolitan policyholders as a whole continued to be low, and mortality among Industrial policyholders was approximately the same as the 1939 figure, a record low for this group. Metropolitan is a mutual life insurance company. This means that the assets of the Company are held for policyholders and their beneficiaries. The value of these assets will ultimately be paid out for their benefit... and for them only. Business Report for the year ending December 31, 1940. (In accordance with the Annual Statement filed with the New York State Insurance Department.) ASSETS WHICH ASSURE FULFILLMENT OF OBLIGATIONS National Government Securities U. S. Government .... Canadian Government ... H \ $1,063,435,444.96 84,167,875.97 Other Bonds .... U. S. State At Municipal Canadian Provincial At Municipal Railroad ...•• Public Utilities .... Industrial & Miscellaneous Stocks All but $47,952.13 are Preferred or Guaranteed. First Mortgage Loans on Real Estate Farms ..•••• Other property Loans on Policies Real Estate Owned Includes real estate for Company use, and housing projects. Cash Premiums Outstanding and Deferred Interest Due and Accrued, etc 98,597,960.88 104,071,903.62 556,382,872.40 709,433,300.58 479,354,236.03 82,104,425.08 855,122,018.39 $1,147,603,320.93 1,947,840,273.51 86,359,622.68 937,226,443.47 504,549,131.45 430,945,055.68 150,740,516.25 90,232,179.03 62,295,093.32 OBLIGATIONS TO POLICYHOLDERS. BENEFICIARIES, AND OTHERS Policy Reserves required by law $ 4,665,558,926.00 Amount which, with interest and future premiums, will assure payment of policy claims. Dividends to Policyholders 112,417,253.00 Set aside for payment during the year 1941. Reserve for Future Payments on Supplementary Contracts 139,378,189.86 Held for Claims 23,183,629.31 Including claims awaiting completion of proof and estimated amount of unreportcd claims. Other Policy Obligations 44,729,420.90 Including reserves for Accident and Health Insurance, dividends left with Company, premiums paid in advance, etc. Miscellaneous Liabilities 32,284,133.01 Liabilities not included above, such as taxes due or accrued. TOTAL $5,357,791,636^2 TOTAL OBLIGATIONS ...,-... Special Funds Surplus This serves as a margin of safety, a cushion against contingencies which cannot be foreseen. TOTAL $5,017,551,552.08 16 370,000.00 323,870,084.24 $5,357,791,036.32 NOT!-Assets carried at $238,267,054.59 in the above statement are deposited with various public officials under requirements of law or regulatory authority. Canadian business embraced in this statement is reported on basis of par of exchange. ,-*-. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company FREDERICK H. ECKER, Chairman bf She Hoard IA MUTUAL COMPANY) 1 Madison Avenue, New York, N. Y. LEROY A. LINCOLN, Pruidtmt FRPnERirtc H. Ecru. New York. N. Y. Chairman of the Board Metropolitan Life Insurance Company •MITCHELL D. FOLLANSBEE, Chicago, III. Member. Follansbee. Shorey and Schupp Attorneys at Law JOSEPH P. DAY, New York. N. Y. President, Joseph P. Day, Inc. Real Estate LANGDON P. MARVIN, New York. N. Y. Member. Emmet. Marvin and Martin Attorneys at Law WILLIAM L. DB BOST. New York. N. Y. President. Union Dime Savings Bank JEREMIAH MII HANK. New York, N. Y. Milbaak & Co. •Died Jan. 26,1941 D' ALTON CORRY COLEMAN Montreal. Canada. Senior Vice-President Canadian Pacitic Railway Company NEWCOMB CARLTON. New York, N. Y. Chairman of the Board Western Union Telegraph Company LEROY A. LINCOLN, New York, N. Y. President, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company HARRY W. CROFT. Greenwich. Conn. Retired, formerly Chairman of the Board Harbison-Walker Refractories Company THOMAS H. BECK. New York. N. Y. President. The Crowcll-Collier Publishing Company WALTER EWING HOPS. New York, N. Y. Member. Milbank, Tweed sod Hope Attorneys at Law SAMUEL W. FORDYCE. St. Louis. Mo. Member, Fordyce, White, Mayne, Williams and Hartman, Attorneys at Law GEORGE MCANENY. New York. N. Y. Chairman of the Board Title Guarantee and Trust Company ROBERT V. FLEMING, Washington, D. C President and Chairman of the Board Riggs National Bank FREDERIC W. ECKEX, New York, N. Y. Vice-President Metropolitan Life Insurance Company WINTHROP W. ALDRICH. New York, N. Y. Chairman of the Board Chase National Bank of New York WILLIAM W. CROCKER, San Francisco, CaliC President Crocker First National Bank of San Francisco AMORY HOUGIITON. Corning. N. Y. President, Corning Glass works LOUIS S. ST. LAURENT. Quebec. Canada Member, St. Laurent. Gagne, Devlin & Taschereau, Attorneys at Law ERNEST E. NORRIS. Washington. D. C. President, Southern Railway Systea THOMAS H. MCINNIRNEY. New York. N. Y. President, National Dairy Produus Corp. PHILIP D. REED. New York, N. Y. Chairman of the Board General Electric Company JUAN T. TSIPPE. New York. N. Y. President, Pan-American Airways System WEBSTER B. TODD. New York, N. Y. President, Todd and Brown, Inc.. Builders T lllustration shows the New York Off Home Office of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Head Offices ate also •maintained ia San Francisco, sod ia Ottawa, Qanaja, la addition, over 1,100 District and Detached District Offices are maintained throughout the United States and Canada far the convenience of policyholders. ... ; i 2*5 • SH,i;. s mm 4 I


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PAGE EIGHT +Je*1st tier idkiii FRIDAY, MARCH 28. 1941 CONVENTION OF B'NM BWH10 OPEN TOMORROW (CONTINUED FROM PACE 1) presented by Dr. Solomon Goldman, rabbi of Chicago's Ar.she Emet Synagogue, former president of the Zionist Organization of America and now a member of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Commission. The addresses by Mr. Wallace and Dr. Weizmann will be followed bv three days of deliberaRUMMAGE NEEDED Ar.yor.e havicr articles at clotting, furniture, etc. that are not bems used or needed. pie^i*e cooj*rate with the toadies Auxiliary of th Jewish Welfare Bureau. and send these article* to the RUMMAGE STORE maintained bj them. If You Cannot Bring These to the RUMMAGE STORE Lscattd at 167 N. W. 5th St. Pleass Phone Mrs. l_ J. Hartz. 2.T1IS Mrs. Morris Oubler, 5-SS17 Mrs Harry Kaufman. 5-4IM Jewish Welfare Office, 1-5377 Mrs. Meyer Sehwartz. 2 UM and they will be called for tion and action on the problems dealing with national defense, Americanism, adult education, youth welfare, war relief, refugee aid and matters of special concern to the American Jewish community. Convention decisions on these questions will be guided by the recommendations to be made in the presidential report of Mr. Monsky, who will appraise the record of B'nai B'rith activities since 1938. when he was first called to the leadership of the organization. The opening session of the convention, at which Mr. Monsky will preside, will be addressed by Governor Green of Illinois: Mayor Edward Kelly of Chicago; Philip M. Klutznick of Omaha, president of B'nai B'rith's District 6: Benjamin Samuels, resident Chicago member of the B'nai B'rith Executive Committee and national convention chairman; Jerome J. Friedman, also of Chicago. District 6 and Chicago convention chairman; and Judge I. M. Golden, of San Francisco, a national vice president of B'nai B'rith. Isaac Levin. Miami, president of District 5. will be present. STRICTLY TMbita from ETerywher. b r PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) Don't forget to register for the coming election in May. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 1941 CADILLACS 1941 BUICKS 1941 OLDSMOBILES 6 and 8's 1941 PONTIACS 1941 DODGES 1941 PLYMOUTHS 1941 FORDS 1941 CHEVROLETS 1940 CONTINENTAL CLUB CONVERTIBLE COUPES SEDANS CABRIOLETS • STATION WAGONS RENT DAY. WEEK. OR MONTH Trades and Terms SEE US BEFORE YOU RENT OR BUY JACK DAVIS, Inc. 836 5th STREET MIAMI BEACH. FLA. PHONE 5-2568 and anonymous "gypsy violinist" who appeared on the airways a few years ago with car-compelling midnight programs? Now this musician. Emory Deutsch. is becoming the conductor of the CBS Salon Orchestra We're sorry to hear that Sybil Jason, the little Jewish girl from South Africa, has had to go back home from Hollywood, where she had landed no jobs since she played in "The Bluebird" with Shirley Temple .! Did you ever hear of Captain | Samuel Samuels? Neither | did we till just recently, which shows how ephemeral fame can be For about eighty years ago Captain Samuels performed one of the greatest feats in ma] ritime history His ship had lost her rudder in a terrific gale somewhere in the Atlantic—but' he saved her by steering her! back to the Azores by manipulating the sails so that she followed a backward course for 182 miles. WEEKLY GIGGLE To composer Kurt Weill is credited the story of the old man arrested in Berlin for passing out leaflets in the public thoroughfares The Gestapo examined his stock of papers, and discov-1 ered that every sheet was totally %  blank Not even the most me-' ticulous tests revealed the slight-, est trace of a message printea in invisible ink Stumped for I once, the Gestapo commandant i asked the prisoner what the big idea might be The old man shrugged "The people know what I mean." he said From | Lisbon, again, comes the tale of the refugee seeking an American visa The consul's questioning brought out the unfortunate circumstance that the applicant had no affidavit of support, no money and no American friends or relatives Under the circumstances, the consul explained, his hands were tied, and he advised the man to give up his place in line and come back in twenty years Whereupon the refugee timidly asked; "Morning or afternoon?" U.S. PLANS CONTINUED (CONTINUED FROM PACE 1) mobilizing greater support for the 550.000 Jews in Palestine, who constitute an important bulwark in Britain's Near East defense. Discoverer of T.N.T.. he will confer also with American scientists in connection with his chemical research for Great Britain. Dr. Weizmann. who headed the chemical laboratories in the last war. is now conducting a special chemical laboratory of the British laboratory. Mrs. Weizmann. a scientist in her own right, is president of the Women's International Zionist Organization. Among those who greeted Dr. Weizmann upon his arrival were Louis Lipsky, Jacob Fishman, Miss Juliet N. Benjamin, David Wertheim. A. A. Strelzin, Meyer W. Weisgal, Arthur Lourie, Morris Margulies. Morris Eisenman. Arthur Frumkin. and Mendel Fisher. Dr. Weizmann was scheduled to attend a reception in his honor at the Hotel Astor last Wednesday and to deliver an address at the B'nai B'rith convention in Chicago on Sunday. A statement issued by the United Palestine Appeal in behalf of Dr. Weizmann. read: "Now, more than ever before, Palestine is the only center for the salvation of great masses of Jews and for the resurrection of the Jewish nation. American Jewry, the only great free Jewish community in the world. must now, more than ever, bear the burden of the major responsibility. Though we are fully confident of the ultimate victory of Great Britain and her allies, supported by the growing help .,{ your great democracy, we must realize that the post-war Jewish problem will not solve itself. In the future, as in the past, the fate of our people will lie f:rst of all in our own hands, and the tragic necessities of the moment must not distract our attention from our ultimate goal, which is the full liberation of our people, through the establishment of a Jewish National Home on a sound and enduring basis." 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PAGE TWO +JewlstncrkHar FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 MR. AND MRS. A, An event of this Tuesday was the marriage ceremony of Miss Ray U. Shochet, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Shochet and the late J. Louis Shochet. founder and publisher, until his death, of the Jewish Floridian. to A. Finley Binder, son of Morris Binder. Miami Beach hotel owner. With only members of the immediate (amily in attendance, the ceremony was performed by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner. Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Miami, and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach, with Rabbis Jacob Kaplan, Max Shapiro, and Colman A. Zwitman present The canopy was held during the ceremony by William Blumenkranz. Jules Bernstein of Miami Beach; and Milton Herman. Lawrence. L. I.; brothers-in-law of the groom; Arthur Silver of Lexington. Va., uncle of the bride. Herman Blumenkranz, nephew of the groom was best man; Miss Esther Shochet. sister of the bride, maid of honor; Miss Mary Bernstein, niece of the groom was flower girl. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and brother, Fred. The groom was given in marriage by his father and his sister, Mrs. William Blumenkranz. Vocal selections were sung prior to the wedding and music was played following the ceremony. The bride attended the schools of Miami and entered the field of Practical Journalism, assuming the position of Society Editor of of The Jewish Floridian several years ago and serving in that capacity until her marriage. Mr. Binder, originally of Englewood, N. J., spent three years abroad during which time he attended Chillon College in Switzerland, and also attended New York UniFINLEY BINDER Photo by Hi Tone versity where he majored in business administration. Mr. Binder is the owner and operator of the Milburn Hotel, Miami Beach. Out of town guests present for the occasion included Mr. and Mrs. Milton Herman, Lawrence. L. I.; Mrs. Murray Kaufman. New York City; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Drosnes. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Goodman. Mrs. Bessie Tobias. Mrs. Theodore Natelson; and Mr. Arthur Silver of Lexington, Va.; Mrs. K. Natelson. The couple left for a six weeks honeymoon trip by motor, touring Florida, Arkansas. Mexico and New York. Upon their return they will reside on Miami Beach, at which time a reception will be tendered. • • • The Miami Beach Habanoth will present an old-time movie with Charlie Chaplin as star, and a motion picture "The Red Sea Miracle" at a showing at the Beth Jacob synagogue Sunday at 8 p. m. • • • Unveiling of a stone in memory of Louis Selik, husband of Mrs. Sophie Selik, will take place Sunday at 1:30 p. m. at Woodlawn Park Cemetery. Friends are asked to be present. • • • Beth Harris. American singer, will be presented at a concert in Bayfront Park, April 2, with Walter Grossman conducting the orchestra. • • Arthur Silverman of Lexington, Va. is visiting in Miami as a guest of his sister, Mrs. Ethel Shochet. While here he attended the wedding of his niece, Mrs. A. Finley Binder, an event of this week. Jewish Home for the Aged will hold its First Annual Reception at Andron's Alamac Hotel. Miami Beach. March 30 at 8 p. m. at which time officers and members will be honored. Mrs. Molka Reich, entertainment chairman, will present a very interesting program. Maurice Grossman will be master of ceremonies and Mrs. Michael Arnold is general chairman. The following officers and trustees will be on the reception committee: president. Mrs. Isador Cohen; 1st vicepresident. Mrs. Joseph M. Fine; 2nd vicepresident, Mrs. Michael Arnold; 3rd vice-president, Mrs. Marback; treasurer. Mathew S. Bandler; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Benjamin Axelroad; recording secretary. Mrs. Isador Fine; financial secretary. Mrs. Molka Reich; membership chairman. R. R. Adler: trustees, Albin Check. Mathew S. Bandler. Mrs. Mitchell Wolfson, Arthur Lavine, Isador Cohen, Joseph M. Lipton, Benjamin E. Bronston. Sam Blank. Leo Robinson. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Mrs. Isador Cohen. Sidney L. Weintraub. • • • Hotel Evans has engaged the renowned Cantor Rev. Philip Carp, assisted by Morris M. Green, who will conduct the Sedar Services in the beautiful Spanish Dining Room of the hotel. Elaborate preparations have been made. Cantor Rev. Philip Carp has enthused thousands with his beautiful rendition of the traditional Hebrew Services, and his lyric voice. In addition to the songs and the Passover Sedar Services, Hotel Evans with its dietary' cuisine, has arranged special holiday banquet dinners, and known speakers throughout the holidays. • • • Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan. Rabbi Emiritus of Temple Israel, will address the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon at 3 p. m., at 11 street between Collins avenue and Ocean drive, Miami Beach. Dr. Kaplan's topic will be "Etiquette and Ethics." Monday morning at 10:30 a. m. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will give the second lecture on "The Life and Work of Franz Liszt." Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. the Forum is open for current events. Wednesday evening at 8 I p. m. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak on "The Solar System." • • • Over 150 people attended the luncheon and miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Ethel Mintzer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Mintzer of Miami Beach and bride-elect of David Golden of Boston, Mass., given by Mrs. Max Mintzer and Mrs. A. J. Tobin at the Grossinger Beach Hotel. Wednesday afternoon. Card games and mah jongg were played. Miss Mintzer was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. • • • Charles Adelman, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Nathan Adelman of this city, will be joined in marriage to Miss Goldie Klugman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Klugman of Savannah, Ga. Sunday afternoon, March 30 at the Civic Room of Hotel Savannah. • • e Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenstein announce the birth of a son, at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Saturday. Ida Smith Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith. 4700 15th court are announcing the engagement of their daughter. Ida. to Jack Salem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Salem of Detroit, Mich, and Miami Beach. Miss Smith has been active in local Jewish circles and is a member of Junior Hadassah. She was a former secretary of the Greater Miami Zionist Council and a former sponsor of the Benjamin N. Cardoza unit of Young Judea. The Wedding date has been set for May 15th. • • • Workmen's Circle Branch no. 692 of Miami will hold a victory celebration in the form of a dinner for their members and friends Sunday, April 6 at 6 p.m. at the Biscaync Collins Hotel. Miami Beach. Celebrating final approval to build a lyceum on the beach. A series of activities are being planned to help in the erection of the building. • • • The Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah will hold its meeting Monday, March 31. 8 p. m. at Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach. Plans for the Donors Brunch will be discussed. Miss Ruth Rubin. Child's Welfare chairman will present the program. There will be refreshments and a door prize. • • • Miami Chapter Women's Division American Jewish Congress thru the courtesy of the Victor Hotel will hold a benefit for British War Relief on Wednesday, April 2, in the form of a dessert, mah jongg. and card party at 1:30. Mrs. A. J. Tobin is chairman and Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, co-chairman. Tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Tobin or Mrs. Lutsky. • • • Pioneer Women's Club number 2, Miami Beach, will sponsor a vegetarian dinner and entertainment to aid Palestine, Sunday. March 30, 6 p. m. at the Biscayne Collins Hotel, 9 Collins avenue, Miami Beach. Members and friends are cordially invited to attend. • • • The Miami Beach Mizrachi will meet at Beth Jacob Talmud Torah building Saturday at 8 p. m. Sixth Annual Reunion Dinner of the Spinoza Forum in honor of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, founder and chairman of the group, will be held this Sunday evening at 6 p m. at the Dining Room in the Albion Hotel, Miami Beach Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will be toastmaster. Musical program will be under the direction of Miss Anyuto Melicov, well-known concert pianist. • • • Mrs. Isador Fin*, president of the Beth David Sisterhood, announces that the card, bingo, and mah jongg party scheduled for Sunday evening, March 30 at the Alamac Hotel, has been postponed, until further notice, In place of the Monday night bingo, there will be a card party, Tuesday, April 1, at the Beth David Talmud Torah. at 8 p. m. Mrs. Hyman Sootin, and Mrs. Hyman Mack will serve as hostess. WEST PALM BEACH needs experienced Kosher Butcher to take over Meat Department in Market. Small cash investment required. Full Details, write BOX 2973 MIAMI FLORIDA OUR EXCLUSIVE Tropic Playtime fabric acessories are the hit of 1941 For sunnv days wear a STITCHED BONNET $8.50 Wear it square on the back of your head. It is Back Talk Blue Tropic Playtime fabric in one of our most flattering styles. BETTER HATS. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1941 +Je**i*lilhridtnir PAGE SEVEN B •„ a i B'rith $J^ Note* By MILTON FRIEDMAN s different. It's sensational. Have you ever heard of wives and single ladies going to a stag? Well, maybe you haven't, but frankly haven't your wives made Inquiries of you after you have returned from a stag? No sooner had the announcement gone forth tha: Sholem Lodge would hold its annual stag next month than m nUo take the privilege to %  a) that Kaihrnth Is observed to the (utteat extent. The quality of r.:r food ami the service shall he ..' the brttRabbi Tlirsch Horowitz Will Conduct Sedarim Reservations to Be Made In Advance PHONE 5-2103 tell what surprises are in store for all who attend but rest assured the evening will be long remembered by those present. I can say however that there will be sandwiches served and plenty of high class entertainment in addition to any surprises that may take place that evening. As if the surprise element were not enough to create interest, and the further fact that wives and girls will be permitted to attend, the price of admission has been cut in half. In other words, admission is only $1.00 per couple. Tickets I am certain will be at a premium so call the Bnai Brith office at once and put in your orders. Yesterday I called one friend and casually mentioned the affair. He immediately ordered ten tickets. This is an omen so guide yourselves accordingly. The affair will be held at a beach hotel shortly after Passaver. The proceeds ol the affair will be used to defray the travelling expenses of delegates to Wash, for the Dist. B. B. convention in May. Those who would like to attend the convention as delegates will please communicate with me as soon as possible. The Lodge is entitled to one delegate for every fifty members of the Lodge paid up in dues as of Mar. 31. Thus far the following have expressed their intentions of going: Jack Abbott, Jack Bernstein, Milton Friedman, Hy Horowitz, Walter Kovner, Al Mechlowitz, and Harold Turk. At the Sunday morning meeting we were privileged to confer with Dr. Nina Adlerblum, noted author and philosopher. The Lodge may soon have the pleasure of hearing her if present SEA BREEZE HOTEL COLLINS AT 22ND STREET MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY for PASSOVER HOLIDAYS SEDARS PERFORMED BY WELL KNOWN CANTOR Dog Racing Nightly plans of the Intellectual Advancement Committee under Max Steuer work out. A week ago a Purim party was given by the Student Union Committee for the students of the U. of Miami. Religious slides were shown with comments by Rabbi Zwitman. Afterwards dancing and refreshments were participated in and enjoyed. Wednesday nights are still taken up by the Lodge bowlers. The recreation Alleys are the scene at that time of furious competition between husbands and wives and sweethearts. You see. we now have mixed bowling. The exercise is good, the rivalry keen, and friendship prevails. There are set teams and everyone who is present is permitted to play on a team. The surprising thing is to see the ladies actually outscore the men—on occasion. The other day I received a letter from the attorney general's office. Imagine my surprise (this article seems to be full of surprises) upon opening it, to see that it was from Bro. Al Pallot. I quote its contents in full because I am only human and appreciate kind words every once in a while for work that I do. Here is what Al said, "Dear Milt: I have been reading your column in the Floridian with interest, and I could not refrain from taking this opportunity to write and tell you how much I have enjoyed it. The column is written very well and certainly contains in a most interesting manner complete information concerning the B'nai B'rith activities. Keep up the good work, and with best wishes, I am. Cordially yours, Al." I just received "The Secretary's Bulletin" from Bro. M. G. Rosenberg of Tampa. It is a newsy mimeographed Lodge paper put out by Bro. R. as secretary of his Lodge. A very interesting item appeared therein and again I quote, "On Sunday evening, Mar. 30 from 10 to 10:30, Chicago time, the Columbia Broadcasting System will broadcast an address of the vice-president of the United States, Honorable Henry A. Wallace, preceded by an address of Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith. Please listen in." The address will take place at the triennial convention of the B. B. Supreme Lodge in Chicago. B'nai B'rith must indeed be a potent force in the world of today to merit such distinction. Next week, the readers of this column will be pleased to know, there will be another guest writer. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, the president of the Auxiliary of Sholem Lodge, and past president of a number of other organizations, and active communal worker, has consented to tell all about the Auxiliary in more detail than I could. CALENDAR OF EVENTS The Greater Miami Date Clearance Bureau, conceived for tha benefit of all organizationa In Greater Miami, depend! for Ita iiiccen upon the continued co-operation of every group in the community. Datea for next week'e ieaue ahould be In the office by Wedneeday morning. To avoid pomble confuaion and overlapping, effieere of organization! are requested to notify thia bureau of tentative datea aa early aa poaalble. The Jewlah Floridian, 21 8: W. 2nd Avenue, phone 2-1141. which conducta the bureau for all onganixatione, ia ready to serve any time in the matter of clearing datea. BBTH JACOB HEBREW SCHOOL, open every week In the year and Sunday Seaniona begin Sunday morning;. October 20, 1940, ending Sunday morning, May 25th. 1941. EVERY MONDAY EVENING—Y. W. H. A. bowling games. SECOND MONDAY evrry month, regular meeting of Senior Hadawah. SECOND AND FOURTH MONDAY of each month, regular meeting of Ladles Auxiliary JewlBh War Veterans and also Freda Markowltz i'OMt. FOURTH MONDAY EACH MONTH. Women's Division, American Jewish Congress FOURTH MONDAY every month, board meeting. Senior Ilmlnssaji EVERY TUESDAY MORNING—Tem8 1e Israel Sisterhood Sewing lasses benefit Red Cross, at Kaplan Hall. SECOND TUESDAY EACH MONTH Sisterhood Miami Beach Jewish Center, regular meeting. 8:00 p. m. at Center, Euclid Ave. and 14th Place. SECOND AND FOURTH TUESDAYS of each month, regular meeting of Sholem Lodge B'nai B'rith. MARCH 30—Junior Hadassah Donor Dinner, Latin Quarter. 30—Pioneer Women's Club no. 2, Miami Beach, vegetarian dinner and entertainment, Biscayne Collins Hotel, 6 p. m. 31—National Children's Cardiac Home, membership tea, 4250 W. Flagler St., 2 to 4 p. m. APRIL 2—American Jewish Congress. Women's Division, card party Victor Hotel. 1:30 p. m. Post Time 8:15 STEAM-HEATED GRANDSTAND UJEIT FLAGLERKEnnEL CLUB ur.lLudtn. at *7tk. Chrf| For An Enjoyable Passover MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS A T JOE RUBIN'S HOTEL Fourth Street and Washington Avenue RATES | 2 Sader Nighta. S4.0O per peraon 2 Meals Per Day. 8 Days Sib. 00 per person 3 Meals Per Day. 8 Days $17.50 par peraon FOURTH TUESDAY of every month, regular meeting of National Home %  for Jewish Children. Denver. EVERY TUESDAY EVENING — T. W. H. A. Athletics at Y Clubroorae. EVERY WEDNESDAY. Hadaseah Sewing, with Mrs. S. Katz, Kapyan Hall, from 10 to 4 o'clock. EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING— National Council of Jewish Women Miami Section legislation and Study Groups at the home of Mrs. C. H. Adler. EVERY WEDNESDAY — Senior Hadassah Sewing Group from 9 to 4 P. M. at Temple Israel Vestry Room, benefit Red Cross. EVERY THURSDAY AFTERNOON— Y. W. H. A. Sewing Clashes benefit 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. 8:15 o'clock. Y. M. H. A. HanketbaJI and Dance EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Spinoza Forum at 3 o'clock, on the lawn of Dr. Abraham Worfwon's home. 1069 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. 4—Senior Hadassah Garden parK benefit Jewish National ind, home of Mrs. Samuel Shapiro, 2675 Flamingo Drive 9—National Children's Cardiac Home, Dade Chapter, bingo party. 16_Y. W. H. A. Passover affair. 21—Jewish Welfare Bureau, regular meeting. 23—Y. W. H. A. Book review. 30—Y. W. H. A. general meeting. O P EN FOR PASSOV MAKE SEDARIM RESERVATIONS NOW Passover Meals Served to Outsiders E R CinrijLQmi£aA,%TLula DIETARY LAWS PHONE 5-6611 [GOODMAN 1 ,wTB QUALITY ATA REASONABLE PRICE TEA MATZOS IMPROVED SQUARE MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL MATZO FERFEL Baked undtr supervision or RABBI MENDEl CHODROW tx-imi MATZOS WUCHER & LYNN 834 1st STREET. 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PAGE TWELVE +Jewisti fhridHan FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 BEACH ELK EBSTONE TO BE LAID SUNDAY Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock the laying of the cornerstone of the Miami Beach Elks, no. 1601 will take place at the site of the building on West avenue and 7 street, next to the Fleetwood Hotel. The ceremony will be proceded by a parade which will start at the City Hall at 1:45 p. m. in which the Miami Beach Mounted Police. American Legion and Jewish War Veterans Drum and Bugle Corps. American Legion Guard of Honor, and the Miami Beach High School Band will participate. The program for the afternoon will include invocation by Rev. Father Barry of the Catholic Church, presentation of colors by American Legion Guard of Honor, singing of America led by W. D. Rowlands. WOULD YOU GIVE WIFE OF LABOR LEADER PRESENT S CHECK FOR $ 7,00^1RjT!SHREIJEF ^^ REFUGEES T ALLOWED 10 Mrs. David Dubinsky. wife of the president of the International Ladies Garment Workers Unions, presents a check of $7,000 to Dr. David Lvovitch, vice-president of the World ORT Union, to be transferred to England for ORT relief work among refugees there. The check represents the amount of the profits made from a concert arranged at Carnegie Hall under the chairmanship of Mrs. Dubinskv. Looking on are. (at left.) chairman of Labor and Peoples ORT. Ladv Marlcy. wife of Lord Marley. deputy speaker of the House of Lords in England, declared recently in a speech here, that funds sent to ORT trade schools in England help British dt fense. A PENNY • to Atop that k&cufac/uil kk OST people who use Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills say that one pill usually relieves their headaches. In the regular package, Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills cost one penny each. In the economy packages, one penny buys IY4 pills. Why Don't You Try Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills? They taste good, act promptly, do not upset the stomach, contain no opiates or laxative medicines. You may be miles away from a drug store when you are suffering from a Headache, Neuralgia, or Muscular Aches and Pains. Why not get a package of Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills today and be prepared for emergencies? Regular Package, 25 PUIs, 25* Economy Package, 125 Pills, $1.00 District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler. Perry Haimowitz of Lake Worth, will be an honor guest. Grand Esteemed Lecturing Knight. Chelsia Sencrchia. will be the principal speaker on the program. Past Grand Exalted Ruler. Hon. Dave Sholtz will be introduced by Otto Stegeman. Past Exalted Ruler of Lodge no. 1601. The ceremony will be concluded with the laying and blessing of the cornerstone by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach; Father Barry, and Rev. Wylie Scott of the Community Church, and the singing of God Bless America. Committees in charge are publicity. Ellard Kohn and Buddy Whelan; assembly and parade. Chas. P. Edward. Dr. Maurice Klein. Judge Sol Horowitz and Pat Mays; ground committee, Milton Weiss and Leo Eiscnstein; program committee. Charles S. | Tobin and Otto Stegeman. All civic and fraternal bodies of Greater Miami are invited to attend the ceremony and participate in the parade. PALM BEACH NOTES I MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK j Representative i David Zion and wife have returned to their home in Babylon. Long Island. N. Y. During his winter stay, Mr. Zion was active in assembling daily Minyonim at Congregation Beth El. Miss Helen Halpem. New York, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Esther Halpern, her brothers. Harry and family. Ben and .Lou. rOUNGSTERS WILL E DEBUT FOB STAKES ENTER PALESTINE London (WNS)—Jewish iv;' u gees from Rumania, Hungary, and Yugoslavia will not be permitted to enter Palestine, Colonial Under-Secretary George H. Hall declared in the House of Commons. Mr. Hall said excepItions from this ruling would be ; granted in the case of prominent Zionist leaders in the Balkans. Jews in the Balkan nations who already hold immigration certificates, he said, will, of course, be admitted to Palestine. Mr. Hall's declaration of policy was made in response to a question by Col. Josiah Wedgwood, Laborite. who asked what action had been taken by the British government to permit Jews driven out of Balkan countries to enter the Holy Land. The colonial undersecretary stated that the government had informed the Jewish Agency that Jews in Rumania who had received Palestine certificates prior to Feb. 15 would be admitted after arrangements were completed to prove their identity and substantiate other necessary information. Hyman Kapner passed away March 22 at Good Samaritan Hospital after a long illness. Mr. Kapner was one of the "Pillars" of Congregation Beth El. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery with Rabbi M. Greenstein officiating. r DR.MILES V. ANTI PAIN PILLS Frank Goldman was host at Shalosh Sudah last Shabbos at Scher Hall. ^SJGIJST BROS ft*? k*" 1* the BEST.' DELICIOUS COFFEE ROASTED FRESH In Our Own Plant Under Local Rabbinical Supervision KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Especially Blended For RESTAURANTS AND THE BETTER CLASS DINING ROOMS Phone for our Reoressntative SIGNAL COFFEE CORP. PHONE 5-0039 Malzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the DELICATESSEN 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic Tom Smith has been ill at his home. Mrs. Marie Blumberg was hostess at the Beth El Sisterhood | card party Thursday night at Scher H=ll. The debutantes of Tropical Park's two-year-old thoroughbred colony will stage their "coming out" party on Saturday afternoon when a field of ten is expected to dance up to Starter "Buddy" Wingfield for the second running of the $2,000 added Viscaya Stakes, feature of the week-end. The Viscaya Stakes is fashioned exclusively for fillies from the two-year-old ranks, and the belles of Tropical and Hialeah will go postward in search of top money which last year netted J. A. Best, owner of the victorious Within, exactly S1.860. Misty Isle and Puro Oro finished second and third in that initial running. With a field of ten in the parade the heavy sugar in this year's Viscaya will net just $10 more than last season, or $1,870. The Register and vote in the coming May elections. fillies may top Within's money mark, but they will have to step in brisk style to menace her time of :46:3 for the half mile distance. Saturday's starting field is expected to be drawn from among Fade. Bellcoda, Ration, Fate. Lady Clipper. Dated Up, Bal'.adine, Quick Conquest, Kind Gesture and Tower Maid. Surprise entries may be dropped into the box. of course, and the event looms a wide-open affair as Tropical Park moves into the final eleven days of the 1941 Spring Season. Following the Viscaya running two stakes are on the schedule. I lie $3,000 Coral Gables Spring Handicap to be decided April 5, and the final day classic, the $10000 Tropical Handicap at one mile and one sixteenth. This latter event will ring down the curtain on the most successful of all Tropical seasons. Morris Dickson was in Lake Harbor Sunday. PASSOVER AT GROSSINGER'S N'tehta W 11 h '.", "-"^"<"ifor ll.e Sfd-r >T Mr. and Mrs. J. Kaufman have left for their home in New York. Mr. Kaufman officiated as cantor at the Shabbos morning services of Congregation Beth El. May e SU9 c .that Y u c in person ^telephone BEACH HOTEL ON THE OCEAN AT 17TH STUEET Mrs. Sam Susskind New York, a sister of Mrs. M. Schrebnick! stopped here Monday enroute home. Mrs. Susskind has been | spending the past six weeks at | Miami Beach. Executive Board members of Sisterhood Beth El met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Ben Ryder, president, 1613 Florida I avenue. | Mrs. Max Rubin has returned to her home in Chicago. Mrs. Rubin is a relative of the Moss family of West Palm Bech MUSIC AND DANCING • §4?. ^"^foodlnToiin XU-Star Show :30—12:30— 2:30 DANCING TWO IKI Ill -1UADe Luxe DINNER. $1.50 it. !" ££E? E SPE CWILTIES AIR COHDmoifED PHOHE 2-1&M



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wJewislh Floridiai m CEEEM Ylh Jewish Hjinufy VOLUME 14—No. 13 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS Chicago (W N S) — Delegates representing 150,000 B'nai B'rith men and women from every state in the union gathered here for the opening session tomorrow, Saturday night, at the Drake Hotel of the national triennial convention of B'nai B'rith, whose five-day assembly will be addressed by Vice President Henry A. Wallace, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the World Zionist Organization and the Jewish Agency for Palestine. Mr. Wallace will address the national inspirational session at the Chicago Civic Opera House on Sunday evening, March 30th, while Dr. Weizmann will speak at the Sunday luncheon session at the Drake Hotel. Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, who will present the Vice President, will speak with him on a program to be broadcast by the Columbia Broadcasting System from 10:05 to 10:30 p. m., Central Standard Time, and rebroadcast via short wave to Latin America. Alfred M. Cohen, of Cincinnati, past president and now honorary president of B'nai B'rith, will preside. Mr. Wallace's subject is "Democracy and the Dignity of Man." Universally regarded as one of the most distinguished and creative Jewish personalities of modern times. Dr. Weizmann is expected to bring a message of profound importance to American Jewry in his address to the B'nai B'rith convention. The famous Jewish leader will be (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) FEDERATION BOARD MEETING POSTPONED Due to the smallntss of the gathering, a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, for which an invitation was issued to all contributors to be present, was postponed until Monday evening, March 31, 8 p. m. at Kaplan Hall. In line with action of communities throughout the country, the meeting was called for the purpose of having a referendum to determine local community sentiment with regard to the creation of a National Advisory Budget Committee with central headquarters in New York City in accordance with a request of the National Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. "A controversial issue all over the United States and an extremely important one is this question, "Stanley C. Meyers, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation stated, stressing the importance of having a large gathering present at the meeting Monday evening. "We must determine with a truly representative vote of the community whether we believe the creation of this committee is advisable and of benefit to us." U.S. t IN ALGERIA Cairo (WNS)—The anti-Jewish laws now in effect in unoccupied France will be applied to the 100,000 Jews in Algeria, General Maxine Weygand announced after a conference of offisials of the French colony, it was reported here. Shortly after his return from Vichy, where he was in consultation with Marshal Petain and French cabinet officials, Gen. Weygand summoned French colonial authorities and announced his decision to enforce the antiJewish regulations in Algeria. Prior to the start of the second World War there were approximately 75,000 Jews in Algeria, but a recent influx of refugees, particularly since the fall of France, swelled this figure to 100,000. The anti-Jewish law to be introduced in Algeria will be similar, although somewhat milder, to the anti-Semitic laws enforced in Nazi-occupied countries. GHETTO IN PARIS IS DESIRE OF NAZIS Lisbon (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied France are demanding the establishment of a ghetto in Paris for the 50,000 Jews remaining in the former French capital, according to the "Deutsche Zeitung," Nazi newspaper published in Paris. In support of their demands for a ghetto, Nazi officials advanced the argument that it would be "in the best interests of German French relationships." Talk of a ghetto was accompanied by a violent anti-Jewish campaign in the Paris press. Creation of a ghetto in Paris would give the lie to Nazi contentions that they are occupying France only until the eventual peace negotiations are concluded. Nazi actions in the past have indicated a program of total domination of France. Meanwhile, the liquidation of Jewish-owned enterprises in the occupied areas of France is continuing, with several thousand Jewish concerns already in "Aryan" hands, and Nazi managers appointed for the others. DR. GOLDMAN TO TOUR S. A. IN BEHALF OF PALESTINE New York (WNS)—Dr. Solomon Goldman of Chicago, national co-chairman of the United Palestine Appeal, will make a six week's tour of South America in behalf of the Palestine Foundation Fund in order to mobilize increased support for the upbuilding and defense of the Jewish homeland in Palestine. New York (WNS)—Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization, declared that negotiations with Great Britain for the creation of an all-Jewish army were continuing, upon his arrival by Dixie Clipper at LaGuardia Field in New York after a four-day air journey from London. Dr. Weizmann, who plans to stay in the United States two months, was accompanied by his wife. Surrounded by reporters and American Zionist leaders, Dr. Weizmann refused to be interviewed, pleading weariness after his long trip. The world Zionist leader denied, however, a report published in the London Jewish Standard, official organ of the Zionist-Revisionist group, that negotiations for the creation of a Jewish army to fight alongside Britain against the Axis powers had been stalled. He emphasized that the negotiaI tions were still in progress. He parried questions concerning Great Britain's war effort, telling reporters: "I cannot speak. I come from a country at war." He would not divulge the significance of his interview with Prime Minister Winston Curchill shortly before his departure for America. Dr. Weizmann will confer with Jewish leaders here on means of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) NAZIS USE GRYNSZPAN FOR ANTI-JEWISH TRIAL Vichy (WNS)—Herschel Grynszpan, 19-yeaH-old Polish Jew who killed a German Embassy employee, Baron Ernst von Rath in Paris on Nov. 7, 1938, has "confessed" that he acted in behalf of "international-Jewry" and will be the principal figure in a huge anti-Jewish "show trial" after the war, according to reports reaching here from Berlin. Arrangements for the elaborate trial, which will bring to light the plot to murder high ranking Nazi officials, according to a Nazi spokesman, are under the personal supervision of Heinrich Himmler, chief of the Gestapo (Nazi secret police,) The report stated that Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia of New York, an outspoken foe of Hitlerism, will be linked at the trial with the •international plot" but the fiery New York Mayor's connection with Grynszpan's crime was not made clear. Grynszpan, who was in a prison in un-occupied France when Marshal Petain capitulated to Germany, was turned over to Gestapo agents, who presumably elicited the "confession" from the young Polish Jew, by French police. J.O.C. MANY FACE LOSS OE CITIZEN RIGHTS Jerusalem (WNS)—Faced with the loss of their citizenship unless they return to the United States by Oct. 14, 1941, about 3,500 naturalized Americans will appeal to congress for an extension of the time limit, pleading that war time conditions make it impossible for them to return to the United States within the specified time. Under the U. S. Nationality Act of 1940, naturalized Americans living abroad must return to America to re-establish their status or face cancellation of their citizenship. A committee of American Jews has been appointed to contact Zionist and Jewish organizations in the United States for the purpose of organizing a special committee in Washington to seek a hearing before congress. American citizens in Palestine have asked for an extension of time until the end of the war, pointing out that present war conditions preclude the liquidation of their assets and the completion of other arrangements for their return. LEATHER DEALERS FORCED TO OUIT Belgrade (WNS)—The Bulgarian Board of Trade has compelled Jewish dealers in leather and textiles to register their stocks with the government and sell their property to Nazi buyers at admittedly low prices, it was reported here. Nazi buyers followed the German army of occupation into Bulgaria and bought whatever they could for shipment back to Germany. Jewish business men were forced to relinquish their stocks at less than half their value. Meanwhile Bulgarian publishing houses have released a number of translations of violently anti-Jewish books originally published in Nazi Germany. To encourage a wide sale of these antiSemitic books, the publishing houses reduced their prices to unprecedentedly low levels. Publishing experts here declared that publishers could not publish the anti-Jewish books at these prices unless they were subsidized from private sources. GERMAN-JEW REFUGEES HAVE ARRIVED IN TURKEY Ankara (WNS)—Eighty German-Jewish refugees, who had sought asylum in Yugoslavia, arrived here after a hurried flight from Belgrade. The refugees were permitted to enter Turkey after giving adequate assurances that they would leave the country as soon as they could complete arrangements t go elsewhere. New York (WNS)—Hundreds of men and women are flocking into the Transmigration Bureau of the Joint Distribution Committee every day, seeking to pay steamship fares so that their relatives can get out of Germany, Austria, and other Nazi-dominated countries. By the end of the first week in March the deposits totalled $1,250,000. Into an office accustomed until recently to receive perhaps a score of visitors daily, there now crowd as many as 500 or 600 people during the 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. business hours, clutching in one hand a cablegram stating that their kindred in Nazi territory can expect a United States visa if they will deposit passage money with the Joint Distribution Committee, and in the other hand a check book. Hundreds more, who have not received such a cable, but who have heard about the spurt in issuance of visas, come to inquire about the chances for their European relatives. By mail, telephone and telegraph come additional hundreds of inquiries and remittances of money. The recent announcement by the American Export Lines which operate the Amberican ships on the Lisbon-New York route, that they had suspended the sale of tickets for the time being since their boats were booked solidly for several months in advance. has not affected the operation of the Transmigration Bureau. It was pointed out at J. D. C. head(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) SABOTAGTGAUSEO PATRIA EXPLOSION Haifa (WNS)—Sabotage was responsible for the explosion and sinking of the S.S. Patria, with 1,904 Jewish refugees aboard, in Haifa harbor last Nov. 25, according to a report submitted to High Commissioner, Sir Harold A MacMichael by the special commission of inquiry, which was appointed to investigate the disaster. The refugees, who had arrived in Palestine without certificates, were placed aboard the Patria pending completion of arrangements to send them to an unnamed British colony. The three-man commission, composed of Supreme Court Justice Alan Rose, Brig. Gen. A J. McNeill, and Naval Commander J. L. Edwards, stated that arrangements made before the explosion to protect the ship were adequate and that the rescue of survivors hurled into the water by the blast was conducted with efficiency and speed. \ %



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PAGE FOUR Jeistfk#idUar FRIDAY. MARCH 28. 1941 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE MIAMI FLORIDA P. 0. BOX 2973 FRED K. SHOCHET Managing Edr.or Eatred as second class matter July 4, 1930 at the Post Ottce of MiamL Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONB YEAR f 00 SIX MONTH S 100 ~MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 13 J.0.C.ISJ OTFUNQST01 Strictly Confidential DBITS FROM EVERYWHERE (By PHINEAS I. BfflON) kJULiB (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1] quarters that this announcement no WAR ECHOES Did you know that the Greeks, after capturing the Alban• !" rTv of Bessantchi, renamed it in honor of the Greek Jewish dechai Fritsi, who fell in battle not long ago? s inai mis UIDWUIWI Contain Mordechai rritsi, wno ien in uuiuo wn ^. y uyw: u immediate practical effect nero, wp ^ Dem etrius Heliopoules. leader of the Greek since the American Export boats, na wi New Yor k, has promised the cooperation sold out far in advance !" ox G ks %  the u. p. A campaign? Italy's new stamp and that sailings of Spanish and of loca 1 Greek s ^ ^^ j considerc K1 Portuguese ship, from Lisbon as ~ "JJ^ has roved a great bust well as migration on trans-Pafrom pn" a !" rnlWtors have failed to w WELCOME, DR. WEIZMANN! The arrival of Dr. Weizmann in the United States is especially welcomed in these tunes. There are a number of questions in which American Jews are interested and to which Dr. Weizmann alone can give the answers. It is Dr. Weizmann who. in the last sue months, has conducted important negotiations with members of the British cabinet, and it is he who can tell American Jemy as to what the Jews can expect from England after the defeat of Hitlerism in Europe. At present the political policy of Zionism can be summar• ized in the following three major points: (1) Unreserved support for Great Britain in the prosecution of the war; (21 Opposition 10 the policy of the present administration in Palestine; and (3) Establishment of a Jewish military force to cooperate with! England in the defense of Palestine and in the prosecution of the war against the enemy on other fronts. Zionists and non-Zionists alike are fully in agreement on the first point; non-Zionists in America are reserved on the second point and many of them oppose the third point. It will be the task of Dr. Weizmann to convince American Jewry as to! why a separate Jewish military force is important and also to inform them as to what extent his negotiations with the British government on this project have been successful. Dr. Weizmann is also in the best position to explain to American Jewish leaders as to what extent present developments on the Balkans may affect Palestine. It is a fact that none of the Arab states in the middle East have come forward to offer Britain effective aid. Neither Iraq nor Syria, and not even Egypt, whose territory had been invaded, have lifted a finger to help England. On the other hand, there are thousands of Palestinian fighters, mostly Jews, with the British forces in Libya and the Jewish Agency continues to press for the acceptance of Jewish military aid in the form of a distinct Jewish force enjoying as nearly as possible the same status as that accorded to the forces of the Czechs and Poles cooperating with the British Army. That Palestine, small as it is, should turn out to be Britain's only effective ally in the Middle East is due, of course, to the presence of 600,000 Jews who are determined to defend their country and the avenues leading to it. We shall hear from Dr. Weizmann now as to why some members of the British Cabinet so firmly oppose the establishment of a Jewish army, when from a purely military viewpoint they should favor it. We shall now have first-hand information as to why the help which Jews offer to Britain in this crucial war is being declined, apparently, in consideration of political factors. issue, instead of being a source of CWjdwaWj. extra revenue horn philatelists, has proved a great bust Even the most enElastic stamp collectors have failed to work up an appreSable interest in those little.gummed MMj the Hitand-Muss combination ... One report has it that Hitler has told his partner Ben.to that German war aid is predicated on the abdication of King Victor Emmanuel III Which reminds us of the complaint of Benny Fogleman, Philadelphia restaureteur. Benny calls his eatery "Benny the Bum," and objects vehemently to that epithet being applied to Benito Considers it libelWhile a newspaperman named Frank Smothers is credcific routes are continuing. The present stampede to the Transmigration Bureau." Mr. Leavitt. secretary of the J. D. C. said, "is a consequence of the steps taken by the United States Department of State to "unlock' quotas, that is. to permit immishort of aid. HOME FRONT By the time you read this Bernard M. Baruch may already enough" !" The waiting lists that have his new defense job, which will be just as "nportant asthe position he held in the last war Have your local hotels had the same trouble as some of those in New York, where German and Italian waiters often adopt a policy of violent non-cooperation for functions arranged to raise British relief funds? ... If you're wondering just why Fifth Columners get that way, cont cannot buv a^sider that when the Nazis entered Bulgaria one of their first steamship ticket, even if he has | acts was to award life pensions to a list of some hundreds of funds in reichmarks. Fares must, Bulgarians who had prepared the way for Badoli ... There be paid with American dollars, seems to be a shipping rule that vessels not in transit for three Therefore, in practically all cases months are subject to expropriation Which should enable the ticket must be purchased • the U. S. to make some use of the large number of Nazi ships either bv relatives in this coun] which are spending the war in American ports PM, New York's five-cent tabloid, will soon carry a series of articles against the Vichy regime by Henri Bernstein, the French playwright ... In charge of special features at the PM office, incidentally, is Beatrice Kaufman, wife of playwright George S. LITERARY DEPARTMENT Law. rordance with this policy. American consulates in Greater Germany are notifying applicants for visas whose names stand high that on their proof that they have steamship passage booked for a specific boat on a specific sailing date, they may receive their visas try or with the funds of the J. D. C. placed at the disposal of the committees abroad in accordance with monthly appropriations. The emigrant deposits his German marks with the Central Jewish organization in Ger1 many and the cost of transportaI tion is met from the funds of the J. D. C. Only the committee in j Berlin, Vienna. Prague and Bratj islavia can select the prospective immigrants and the order in which %  they are to be assisted." Mr. Leavitt pointed out that j these clearance transactions constitute one of the major sources of income for Jewish organizations in Germany and Bermanheld territories, for carrying on the J. D. C. program for relief and rehabilitation there. It is : through the clearance arrangei ment. he said, that the J. D. C. is j able to finance the providing of necessities of life and various other kinds of vital help to hundreds of thousands of Jewish war victims and sufferers from per> secution in Germany, Poland and i other lands, without sending American dollars into German territory cr aiding the Nazi economy. LOST [HjjntE FOR jjjjHjjj jjjjjS REGISTER FOR IITV ELECTIOn The registration books are open again for the last time for citizens of Miami to qualify for the ballot at the polls in the coming election in May. You may now register in your local precinct until April 8th, between 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. Although there are approximately 75,000 persons who can qualify, only 32,000 have already done so. It is the duty of every local resident to register and vote as it is each one's responsibility to the community to interest himself in the civic affairs of the city. Do not put this off until later but make it your business to register now. NAZIS REVIVE STORIES OF "RITUAL" MURDERS Stockholm (WNS)—Nazi authorities in Bohemia and Moravia utilized the approach of Passover to further their anti-Jewish campaign by reviving the now infamous stories of "Jewish ritual murders." it was reported here. Huge placards were posted on bill boards throughout Czechoslovakia reminding the population that Passover was approaching and warning Czech mothers i to guard their children from [Jews until the end of the Passover holidays. The Nazi posters "informed" | Czech mothers that Jews must I use the blood of Christian children in the preparation of matzoths. The placards appeared to have little effect on the Czechs since the ritual murder fable has become an annual feature of the Nazi propaganda machine. One of the finest pieces of writing we've seen in quite a while is William Zukerman's fantasy in the January-March Menorah Journal, "The Refugee horn Judea" It's a beautiful and imaginative account of what might have happened if Jesus, instead of accepting crucifixion, had fled Jerusalem and become a refugee in Alexandria ... In New York, by the way. weeklies published by refugees for refugees are looking up Der Aufbau has grown tremendously of late, and carries an amazing number of ads And The Way in America, published mostly in German but with some articles in English, has begun to appear in a larger format and with a greater number of pages Gilbert Gabriel, novelist and drama critic, is planning a trip to Nicaragua to collect first hand material in the life of William Walker, the American who nearly a century ago was for a time the commander-in-chief of the Nicaraguan army. Richard Rollins' book, "I Find Treason" contains revelations startling even at this time, and the volume brings documentary proof of the workings of the Nazi Fifth Column here Among the disturbing facts we find confirmed in the book is the Nazi view that citizenship in some other country does not supersede German citizenship—which means, of course, that in Hitler's eyes all Germans born in Germany, even though they may now be naturalized Americans, are still subjects of the Third Reich, and must obey all Nazi edicts The Rollins book also serves as a timely reminder of the excellent work done some years ago by the McCormack-Dickstein Congressional Committee investigating Nazi activities in the U. S. A. AMONG THOSE PRESENT Here are a few' human sidelights on the B'nai B'rith Convention taking place at Chicago this week-end Youngest delegate is Godchaux Levi. of Dallas, Texas, the grandson of the great Leo N. Levi who was president of B'nai B'rith from 1900 to 1904 .. Levi admits to the ripe age of 30 Oldest delegate is 81-year-old Alfred M. Cohen, former B'nai B'rith pr 88 dent Two delegates, Archibald A. Marx of New Orleans and Joseph Ullman of New Haven, can boast that they have been delegates to every convention since 1900 ... On the other hand, nearly forty per cent of the delegates will be attending their first convention ... And about half of those present have some affiliation with Zionism or a pro-Palestine group ... Unusual distinctions are many among the delegates David Robinson of Portland, Oregon, is a world-famous authority on roses Harry Lashkowitz of Fargo, N. D., is a full-fledged member of the Sioux Indian tribe And Edgar C. Levey of San Francisco is a former Grand Incohonee (or president) of the Improved Order of Red Men. ABOUT PEOPLE Biographer Emil Ludwig, we hear, has settled down in Mexico, more or less for good Garson Kanin, that gifted Hollywood director, is taking three years off from his chosen pioiession and giving them to his Uncle Sam ... In other words, Kanin has enlisted in the army Remember the mysterious (CONTINUED ON PAGE I) I >..



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^ ^ FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 M. E. 19th atreet Office Phona 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. (996 Indian Creek Drive—•-12M Miami Beach 'RABBfcOLMAN A. ZWITMAN $400 LaGorce Drive Ph. 6-1738 Miami Beach Congregational "Do not withdraw thyself flroaa the congregation."—HilleL rJewisli IkrMkm PAGE FIVE Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 28, Kabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on "A Prelude to the Hymn of Freedom." A reception for worshippers, under the Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, March 29, 11 a. m. Congregational singing. Torah reading, and strmonette ..ii 'Biblical Portion" by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the continuation class help conduct the service. Parents and friends are cordially invited. Board Meetings An important meeting of the Sisterhood board will be held on Monday morning. March 31, at 10 a. m., in Kaplan Hall. Sisterhood board members are urged to attend. The regular monthly meeting of the Temple Israel Imard of directors will-take place in the Board Room on Tuesday evening, April 1. at 8 o'clock. Congregational Seder The annual festive spiritual event, the Congregational Passover Seder, will be held in our Temple on Friday evening. April 11. at 6:30 p. m. Pre-Passover Teachers' Meeting Meeting of the teachers in the Religious School will be held on Wednesday evening, April 2, at 8 p. m. Preparation for the Passover festival will be the subject of discussion. All teachers are urged to attend. 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: Harris Ruskin, father of Dan B. Ruskin; Elizabeth Sylvia Taradash, wife of William Taradash; Jacob Berman, son of Hyman Berman. Yahrzeits: Mary Hollender, mother of Dr. A. R. Hollender; Louis Diamant, brother of Mrs. Rose Raff; Simon Goldstein, brother of Mrs. Ray Mendelson; Jacob Herman, father of Mrs. Henry A. Kauffmann; Stanley Jacobs, husband of Mrs. Janett Jacobs. Floral offering in memory of Stanley Jacobs. Contribution in memory of Jacob Herman. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami Pioneer Congregation) 1SS N. W. Third Avenue MAX 8HAPIHO, Rabbi 49S S. W. 11th Road Office Phone £-1473 Home Phone E-217t Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 5:30 p. m. Saturday morning 8:30 a. m. Sunday morning 8:30 a. m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15-8:15 Sunday School 10:00 a m. Jr. Cong. Saturdays ...10:30 am. Late Friday Evening Services 8 :15 p.m. KOSHER FT 1 1 1 ^ Chickens and Turkeys. Compare our Poultry and Prices at SPRINGER POULTRY &EGG CO. 317 N. W. Filth Street H. M. Kagan is on duty every day Late Friday Evening Services The series of late Friday evening services will come to a close this Friday evening, marking the ninth consecutive Friday evening services conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Even though unusual large attendance despite the lateness of the season, we are compelled to end these services because the sun sets much later in the day, and Kabbalas-Shabbos —the receiving of the Sabbath— must be B'Zman (in time.) which causes conflict with our services held at 8:15. We are deeply appreciative of the many inquiries to continue the late services, and we shall resume them after the High Holy Days. Beth David Congregation conducted the longest period of such services of any other Orthodox or Conservative Congregation. We began these services right after Simchas-Torah (Rejoicing of the Law) in October, and we are ending right before the Passover holidays in April. Guest Cantor Nathan Wrooble will chant the prayers, and Rabbi Shapiro, will discuss the subject, "A Voice In Wasteland." The Oneg-Shabbos will take place in the auditorium, and refreshments donated by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dickson, in honor of their son Sidney's birthday, will be served by the Sisterhood. Religious and Cultural Institution The services of the Juniors and Seniors, conducted by the Junior Congregation, takes place every Saturday morning at 10:30. David Jacobs, Harvey Sootin, Seymour Hinkes, Meyer Greenberg. and Herbert Glazeroff are in charge of the services. We cannot stress sufficiently the importance of training your children to attend these services. It helps to create a definite Jewish character which no parentshould deprive their children of receiving. These services will continue thru Passover, and special services are being arranged for the Passover holidays. Sunday School Our well organized and experienced members of the faculty are now in the midst of a discussion in their classes of the Passover observances. Parents and friends are asked to visit our Sunday school during the assembly from 11:30 to 12-, Talmud Torah It is gratifying to see the continued attendance at the Hebrew classes throughout the week. We admit emphatically that Sunday School training for our children is certainly not sufficient. Children can appreciate the value of our Hebraic civilization only by attending the Hebrew classes that are held daily. We therefore urge parents to see the wisdom of participating, and sending their children to the Talmud Torah. Bar Mitzvah During the services this Saturday morning. Sandy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Freed, will become Bar Mitzvah. He will recite the Maftir, and greet the worshipers. A reception will be tendered to him in the auditorium after the Benediction, and Sandy will serve as host to the Junior Congregation. Nochum Alavelim May the Almighty assuage the pain of Mrs. Nate Brown, and the Cohen brothers, at the untimely loss of their beloved mother, and a member of the Beth David Sisterhood. May her soul be bound up in the bond of eternal peace. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in the Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of Nissan. The Anniversary Candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned. Moshe Maier. father of Mrs. J. Bngler, March 31; Yitzchok, son of Chas. Greenberg. April 2: Naphtali. husband of Anna Greenberg. April 3; Gittle Leah, mother of Louis Mushnick. April 4; Buna Racza. mother of Joseph Rabin. April 5: Corah Rivkah. mother of Rebecca Aronson. April 5; Shloma Ahron. father of Chas. Levcnston. April 6; Baila. mother of Mrs. J. Engler, April 6; Sorah. mother of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Samuel Haas, April 12; Clara, mother of Mrs. W. O. Steinke, April 12; Fruma Teme, mother of Jack and Gerson August, April 12; Shloma, father of Joe Markowitz. April 14: Ncchoma, mother of Louis Weinkle, April 17; Fruma Brocho. mother of M,ose M. Rippa, April 19; Zaev, father of Edward Friedman. April 18; Zalmem Yoel. father of Joe Weintraub. April 19; Sorah Rochel, mother of Meyer Schwartz. April 20; Basyoh. mother of Lillian F. Stine. April 20; Feiga Chaya. mother of Lawrence Sapero, April 21; Mendel Yosel. brother of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz. April 21; Chaya, mother of Mrs. Harry Markowitz. April 21; Mayer Yosef. father of Isador Brown, April 23; Yisroel Moshe. father of Wm. Perlman, April 25. The following Yahrzeiten will be mentioned from the pulpit this Friday night during the late services: Moshe Maier, father of Mrs. J. Engler; Yitzchok, son of Chas. Greenberg; Naphtali, husband of Anna Greenberg; Gitttle Leach, mother of Louis Mushnick; Buna Raeam, mother of Joseph Rabin; Sorah Rivka, mother of Rebecca Aronson; Shloma Ahron, father of Chas. Levenston; Baila, mother of Mrs. Engler; Sorah, mother of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Samuel Haas; Clara, mother of Mrs. W. O. Steinke; Fruma Teme, mother of Jack and Gerson August. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION BETH JACOB CONGREGATION •aVenaBneSfl ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi Rabbl'e Realdence: 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone S-51S2 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachris 7:15 a. m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p.m. Friday 5:15 and 8:30 p. m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 a. m. Waahlneton Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21t Terrace DR. ISRAEL SHMID wishes to explain to jrou in person how you can improve your health by changing your diet, taking manipulative treatment, opening the bowels, and complying with his instructions lor a while. For An Appointment Call 55102 1130 Drexel Ave., Miami Beach., Fla. Ladies Auxiliary The next meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in our new synagogue on Tuesday, April 1 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. George Chertkof will preside and plans will be perfected, for the forthcoming boat ride which is to take place on Tuesday night. April 8. A cordial welcome is extended to all ladies, both tourists and members, to attend. Ladies Bingo Game On Sunday night. March 30 the Ladies Auxiliary will run a bingo game in the Talmud Torah. 1545 S. W. 3rd street. Admission is free and all are welcome. Proceeds will go for the Talmud Torah Maintenance Fund. H. M. Drewich Honored H. M. Drewich. who is serving the congregation for the fifth term, has been elected honorary life member of our congregation. We are happy to record this welldeserved distinction so it may serve to inspire others to labor in the Vineyard of the Lord. Mazel TOY The congregation and Ladies Auxiliary join the Rabbi and Rebbetzen in extending cordial mazel tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman upon the forthcoming marrage of thcir son Charles. May the Lord enable them to rejoice in the happytiding of their children. Congratulations We are most happy to extend sincere mazel tov wishes to Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder (nee Ray Shochet) upon their marraige and wish them a life replete with joy, happiness and gladness. Habanoth The Miami Chapter of Habanoth is engaged in perfecting plans for their Passover program which will be presented during the holidays. New members are cordially invited to attend the meetings which are held every Thursday afternoon at 4 p. m. with Miss Paula Nita Ginsburg presiding. Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner is the sponsor of the group. Path of Sorrows We record with sincere lamentation the death of the late Mrs. Naomi Kerman and beg to extend to her dear ones the congregations sincere condolences. 1 It is with profound grief that we chronicle the untimely passing of our late friend Morris Sheinbaum who was a familiar and well-liked figure in our synagogue. It is well for us to emulate his intense zeal for things of Jewish and communal importance. We extend the congregation's sincere sympathy to the children of the late Mrs. Wolf Cohen who passed to Eternity this week. Shachriss daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Young Israel Junior Congregation Saturday at 9:00 a. m. Mincha, daily from 5:30 p. m.. Friday and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Maariv. daily at 6:45 p. m.: Saturday at 7:00 p. m. Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 6:15 p. m. Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on The Portion of the Week. Sabbath sermon: Rabbi Mescheloff will preach in Yiddish on "Our Calling," Cantor Mamches will chant the services. Religious School Preparation for the Passover holiday has begun in all our daily school classes. The Kiddush. the questions, the Haggaddah translation and songs are the main themes of instruction. Parents who want their children to be fully informed of the meaning and value of the holiday of Passover, and who want them intelligently to participate in the Seder evenings, are urged to enroll their children now. Registration at our office any week day afternoon between the hours of four and six. We are glad to have back with us in our Sunday morning classes Miss E. Kebeck and Mrs. J. Adler, two of our faculty who have been absent a few Sundays on account of illness. We wish them both continued good health. The results of our second "third" examinations in our Sunday morning classes show some exceptional marks. We hope our children will continue their good work. Mizrachi Meeting The men and women's divisions of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will meet this Saturday night at 8 o5clock in the Talmud Torah building. All members and friends are urged to be present. An interesting program has been prepared. A new project will be discussed. Habonoth The Miami Beach Habanoth had a lovely costume party at the Nemo Hotel last Sunday night. Prizes were awarded for the most original costumes. The Habonoth will present an old time motion picture at the synagogue this Sunday night at 8 oxlock. The proceeds will help them in meeting their newest synagogue project. Admission fee is nominal. Everyone is asked to come and help these girls along. Congratulations Our heartiest mazul tov is extended to the Shochet and Binder families on the marriage of Miss Ray U. Schochet to A Finley Binder this week. The ceremony was performed by Rabbis A. Kellner and M. Mescheloff. Our best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. David Schiff (nee Winifred G. Coles) married in a simple ceremony at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff last Wednesday. / %  ii



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FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941 -Jewish fhrS&W PAGE ELEVEN OF DR. CHAIM WEIZMANN AND MRS. WEIZMANN ARRIVE ON DIXIE CLIPPER JEWS IN Geneva (WNS)—Their resistance broken down by more than a year and a half of inhuman suffering and persecution, large numbers of Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland have committed suicide in recent weeks, it was reported here. The wave of suicides has reached such fearful proportions that Polish Jewish leaders have appealed to the Jews in the Naziheld territory to "have courage and remain firm during these years of suffering." The suicide epidemic originated m Cracow when the Nazis issued orders for Jews to leave the city A number of Jews were allowed in move into ghetto near Cracow. A sharp increase in the number of suicides among Jews in the ghettos of Warsaw and Lodz was also reported. A Nazi newspaper published in Poland, reporting the suicide epidemic, referred to it a gradual "liquidation of the Jewish question" in Poland. Jews ordered to leave Cracow were warned by Nazi authorities to leave their homes in good order or face severe penalties. Tradesmen were compelled to sell their property to German and Polish business men. Jews were permitted to take with them personal effects and clothing but had to leave furniture and other household effects. Nazi authorities dealt Polish Jews another blow when they announced that gift packages sent to Jews in the govermentgeneraJ by friends and relatives Dr. Chaim Weizmann, president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the World Zionist Organisation who has been engaged in chemical research for the British government, arrived this week in the United States on the Dixie Clipper accompanied by his wife. Dr. Vera Weizmann. Dr. Weizmann was the guest of honor at a reception at the Hotel Astor last Wednesday (March 26) night under the auspices of the United Palestine Appeal. abroad must not exceed in value 25 reichsmarks (about $10). Packages valued at more than 25 reichsmarks will be returned to their senders, the Nazis said. Exceptions to this rule will be granted in a few emergency cases. ARONDVITZ AIDES SOCIETY SOCIETY MEETS AT MIAMI SPEND THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS HOTEL iELEME MIAMI BEACH Traditional Seder Services Conducted by Cantor Bernard Eichenbaum formerly Miami Orthodox Congregation Reservations for Seder and Holiday Week Telephone 5-5891 The Daughters of Israel Society will meet this Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the Miami Orthodox Synagogue. At their last meeting held at Beth Jacob it was voted that this Greater Miami organization meet twice at the Beach and once in the city in bi-monthly meetings. A report on available lots for the erection of a Ritualarium on the Beach was presented, and a motion made for the purchase of a lot. A committee was appointed to arrange for a "Third Seder" celebration to be held at a Kosher Hotel on the Beach on Sunday April 13. Tickets will be on sale next week. Register and vote in the coming May elections. Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday Unaurpaaeed in detail of preparation — aervice—cuiaine refinement and hospitality. Braakfaat, Luncheon and Dinner, aa well aa a la carte aervice. Special ratee for the entire Paaaover Weak. Morton S. Faqan Management Uj Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nighte by the popular Cantor Louis Hayman Golden-Voiced Tenor J WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY PASSOVER We wuh to announce to our friend, and customersthat our Kosher Dairy Product, for Paover will be handled at trie ZION KOSHER MARKET 109 Rosemary Street. West Palm Beach. Florida MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK IN CHARGE j SOUTHERN DAIRIES WEST PALM BEACH. FLORIDA A representative gathering of Miami leaders met at a luncheon at Palatial Kosher Restaurant last Wednesday inaugurating a series of luncheons for supporters of Abe Aronovitz, candidate for city commission in the forthcoming May election. Enthusiastic support of Aronovitz's candidacy was evidenced in remarks made by those present, covering and praising the record established by the candidate in public service. Particular attention by those present was called to the urgent necessity of all supporters of Aronovitz in personally registering and seeing that all friends and acquaintances are registered. It is stressed that a misunderstanding might exist in the minds of many Miamians that previous registrations would qualify them as voters in the coming election. A recent resolution of the city commission of Miami has nullified all previous registration and provides for complete re-registering of all voters. The slogan "Register and Vote" was unanimously adopted. FOR COMPULSORY LABOR PROGRAM Stockholm (WNS)—A program for compulsory labor for Jews, similar to that now in effect in Nazi-occupied Poland, is under consideration by Arthur SeyssInquart, Nazi commissioner in Holland, and will be introduced in the Netherlands in the near future, according to an official Nazi newspaper published in Amsterdam, a copy of which has just been received here. Holland's Jews will be drafted into special labor gangs, the Nazi paper reported, in order to keep them too busy to "provoke" the Dutch people against the Nazi administration. The Nazi commissioner has already announced severe reprisals against Netherlanders who manifest their "sympathy for the Jews" by participating in anti-Nazi demonstrations. The anti-Jewish campaign in the Netherlands press increased in tempo with the announcement that approximately 20,000 Jewish-owned businesses are in the process of "aryanization." Nazi managers have already been appointed for most of the Jewishowned firms and shops in Amsterdam. The Nazi administration compelled Jewish business men in Amsterdam to sell out. Miami Beach Jewish Center and Congregation Jacob Joseph will hold a siyum hatorah Sunday at 8 p. m. at 1415 Euclid avenue, Miami Beach. The presentation of the safer torah was made by Mr. and Mrs. Grossman. The I program will include prominent speakers, music, entertainment, and refreshments. • • • J Charles Greenberg, resident of j Miami for many years, announces the engagement of his daughter Fern Nature, brilliant young Betty to David E. Utely of Des j ste r of World Champion Rural FUTURITY STAKE troit, Michigan. The wedding will take place in Miami in July. Miss Greenberg will make her home in Pontiac. Michigan, where Mr. Utely is engaged in the law practice. • • • Alvin Gardner, a student at the Atlanta Dental College, is spending a week's vacation at Miami Beach visiting his parents. Mr. ( and Mrs. L. W. Gardner. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mayers announce the birth of their daugh-; ter, Joan, at Jackson Memorial | Hospital, Sunday, March 23. • • • Miss Adele Segall has been in Baltimore. Md.. for the past few weeks recuperating from a three months nervous breakdown. PREPARING FOR PASSOVER It's a full-sized problem to readjust a family's eating habits for one week of the year, and weeks before Passover, you'll find the average housewife already planning her holiday menu, because once the holiday arrives, she's usually too busy cooking and baking to find time for planning as well. The care with which she makes her preparations will determine, to a great extent, the success of her favorite Passover dishes, and that's why so many women have come to rely on Manischewitz Matzo Products for full satisfaction. In cooking and baking, for instance, they have found a wide range of uses for Manischewitz Matzo Meal and Cake Meal, and the pleasure derived from a hot, fragrant matzo meal pudding, or a light, tender sponge cake often depends as much on these products as on the basic recipe. Register now, so that you may vote in the coming election in May. Rube, has been crowned 1941 Futurity Stake champion at West Flagler Kennel club. Meeting her famous brother, My Topper, in the championship final at Flagler, Fern Nature ran one of the finest races of her young career to capture the rich $2,000 purse and turned in a time mark of 31 4-5 seconds, 3-5 of a second off the world record. Following the running of the race, William L. Huntley, vicepresident and general manager of the West Flagler track, made the award from the judges stand. With both the Nursery and Futurity championships out of the way, greyhound fans in this area now will turn their eyes toward the West Flagler Derby which carries a $1,000 purse. My Topper, Fern Nature. First Mate, Big Brother and other stars are entered in the classic. M



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PAGE SIX +Jewist HorHHri FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1941 The ADL News Service by WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN, Director FLORIDA REGIONAL OFFICE ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF BNAI BRITH This column, a regular feature, aims to familiarize the Jewish public with various phases of the probli w hich • M 'I* As part %  < 1U service, readers to address questions on current Jewish 1 • to >h writer at 617 Seyb Miami, Replies will bs in %  %  n %  • dence. often li r loo* t-hartea made aiiout the J< %  or nave i Jew Ish fi ends • bor misconceptions which they clarify I formaInquiries of th: kind are ••-"" %  %  lally % %  : % % %  -.: T%  %  of the : will t.. held In the si • %  • fidence ,'. h so lesires. of the "divide and conquer" strategy of the Nazis which they thus are helping to promote. Too often Jews have not known what reply to make. The Courier's editorial supplies the answer. 'For the Christian the challenge is clear-cut. The Jew can stand persecution; under it he survives and strengthens. But "Hitler's Agents Are the Jew-Baiters." Seldom does one read an editorial as forthright in its approach as that which recently appeared in the Louisville Courier-Journal. Fortunately, it was reprinted in several newspapers. It should be read and digested by everyone who calls himself an American. For over and over again since Hitler began his persecution of the Jewish people has one heard non-Jews remark. "So far as the Jews are concerned. Hitler is right."' Those who indulge in such utterances fail utterly to comprehend the ominous character i you and I cannot hate, for hate and intolerance are corroding poisons from which there is no survival. Civilization cannot persecute and survive. America cannot tolerate persecutions and continue." This eminently sound doctrine was enunciated by Daniel A. Poling, international president of the Christian Endeavor, in one of the best statements that Americans have heard since the world moved into crisis. Dr. Poling has been deluged by anti-Jewish pamphlets from anonymous sources, and has heard supposedly intelligent people repeat whis pered rumors of Jewish machinations in this country. He sees in such manifestations the seed of destructions, not for the Jews but for America. These rumors are rife all around us. There is a particularly fantastic one which has been repeated in certain Wall Street quarters, to the effect that "all this aid-to-England stuff has been developed and put over by the Jews." The absurdity of such a statement does not prevent its repetition by people who call themselves educated and intelligent. The time has come when such rumors have got to be spiked, for the sake of American survival. We all should know enough about Nazi methods by now to recognize that the first move in the Hitler attack is the stirring up of hatred against the Jews. The pattern has been followed with perfect regularity in each and every one of the conquered countries. Each in turn fell for this old device. And yet with such an example in front of them, many Americans are falling for it all over again. The simple fact is that any American citizen who repeats ugly rumors about the Jews is making himself an agent of Addolph Hitler. He may profess to hate Hitler as much as the next man. but he is playing Hitler's game just as effectively as if he were receiving money from the Nazi propaganda fund. Whatever his motives may be, the result of his action is the same: he is betraying his country. Dr. Poling is right. There is no use mincing words by talking about "race prejudice" and "intolerance." It is Jew-baiting that is our danger. It is Jew-baiting that is the classic formula for dividing I a nation in order to conquer it. We in America cannot afford the luxury of condemning any group Of American citizens, when we need unity as never before. i Watch the man who talks against the Jews. Whether he knows it or not, he is Hitler's agent in America. The office of the Anti-Defamation League is located at 611 Seybold Building. Miami, phone 3-6306. All Florida communities are invited to avail themselves of the services offered by the organization and to consult on matters of an anti-defamatory nature. LEADING DISTRIBUTORS Goodman's, one of the leading distributor^ of matzohs and Passover products in the country, has appointed the firm of Wucher and Lynn, wholesale grocers, as exclusive distributors for their products in this area. THE AMERICAN WAY Mrs. Murray Kaufman has returned to her home in New York City after a weeks sojourn at the Milburn Hotel visiting relatives and friends. She was the guest of her father. Morris Binder and attended the wedding of her brother A. Finley Binder. Register now in your precinct for the city elections that will be held in May. 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