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

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VOLUME 14No. 48
SOUTHEASTERN
JEWRY IN MEET AT
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
'The Synagogue and American
Jewish Life" will occupy the at-
tention of representatives from
Congregations, Sisterhoods and
Brotherhoods of the states of Al-
abama, Florida and Georgia when
they convene at West Palm
Beach on Sunday, November 30.
This meeting is one of the reg-
ional conferences sponsored by
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations. During the morn-
ing session, there will be a paper
on: 'The Challenge of the Syn-
agogue to the American Jewish
Community" and a symposium in
which distinguished laymen of
the district will participate. The
theme for this discussion is:
How Can the Synagogue Pre-
vent Another Lost Generation?"
At a luncheon, Rabbi Colman
Zwitman of Temple Israel, Mi-
ami, will speak on "Religion and
the American Jewish Commun-
ity."
The afternoon will be devoted
to a panel discussion on "Prob-
lems of Congregations," led by
Dr. Carl Herman of West Palm
Beach.
The evening banquet at the
George Washington Hotel will
have two distinguished and na-
tionally-known speakers: Mrs.
Hugo Hartmann, president. Na-
tional Federation of Temple Sis-
terhoods, and Dr. Julian B. Feib-
elman, Rabbi, Temple Sinai. New
Orleans.
Dr. Feibelman received his A.
B. from Cincinnati, and was or-
dained a rabbi at the Hebrew Un-
ion College in 1926. He was as-
sistant rabbi at Keneseth Israel
Congregation, Philadelphia, and
is now the spiritual leader of
Temple Sinai, New Orleans. Dr.
Feibelman received his degree of
Doctor of Philosophy from the
University of Pennsylvania. He
is active in all religious and cul-
tural activities. He has served
on the board of the UAHC and
has given a great deal of time
and effort to the National Con-
ference of Jews and Christians.
FEDERATION FUND GOAL SET AT $159,902;
CO-CHAIRMEN FOR DRIVE ARE NAMED FOR
SOLICITATION WHICH BEGINS JANUARY 18
The Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at its meeting Wednesday
evening, set the goal of the 1942 campaign at $159,902. This is the largest sum of money ever
sought in the history of the Federation. Prior to arriving at a decision, the board heard a final
report and recommendations from the budget committee, which had spent many weeks in
weighing the relative merits of the various agencies. The increase over that of last year's
budget is practically all represented by urgent needs of local services and defense work.
Included in the campaign areO Chicago, Hebrew Union College,
ARE HONORED AT
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forty-six causes, an increase of
seven agencies over last year.
Overseas agencies represented
are: American Friends of the
Hebrew University, American
ORT Federation, Federated Coun-
cil of Palestine Institutions, Fund
for Jewish Refugee Writers, Ha-
dassah, Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society, Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, National La-
bor Committee for Palestine, Pal-
estine Hebrew Culture Fund.
Palestine Orchestra Fund, Pales-
tine Symphony Choir, Pioneer
Women's Organization, United
Jewish Appeal, which includes
the J. D. C, U. P. A. and N. R. S.;
Yeshivoth, Yiddish Scientific In-
stitute.
The national agencies encom-
passed by the campaign are:
American Academy for Jewish
Research, American Jewish Con-
Vice-Chairmen Appointed
Day J. Apte. chairman of the
1942 campaign for the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, this
week announced the appoint-
ment of the following vice-
chairmen to serve with him in
guiding the destinies of the
community's annual fund rais-
ing effort: Samuel Blank. Mar-
cie Liberman, Baron deHirsch
Meyer. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs.
Mathilda R a t n e r Mitchell
Wolfson. William Taradash, and
Jacob Sher. The names of ad-
ditional vice-chairmen will be
announced next week.
gress, B'nai B'rith Wider Scope,
Conference on Jewish Relations.
Council of Jewish Federations &
Welfare Funds, Dropsie College.
Ex-Patients Tubercular Home,
Hebrew Theological College of
Jewish Braille Institute, Jewish
Chautauqua Society, Jewish Con-
sumptive Relief Society, Jew-
ish Institute of Religion, Jewish
Labor Committee, Jewish Occu-
pational Council, Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary. Joint Defense
Appeal, Leo N. Levi Memorial
Hospital, National Farm School,
National Home for Jewish Child-
ren, National Jewish Hospital,
Yeshiva College (Rabbi Isaac El-
chanan Sem.).
The sole regional agency repre-
sented is the Hebrew Orphan's
Home.
Local services for which pro-
vision is made include: Young
Men's Hebrew Association, He-
brew Education, Recreational and
Character Building Services on
Miami Beach, Local and State
Refugee Services, Free Loan
Fund.
PALESTINE JEWS ASK F. D. R.
TO CONDEMN SLAUGHTER
Jerusalem (WNS)The Nation-
al Council of Palestine Jews
(Vaad Leumi) has appealed to
President Roosevelt to condemn
the "slaughter of thousands of
innocent Jewish men, women and
children by Rumanian troops in
Rumania and the Nazi-occupied
territories held by the Rumanian
army," it was announced here.
Similar appeals were cabled to
Prime Minister Winston Church-
ill. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and
Prof. Selig Brodetsky, president
of the Board of Deputies of Bri-
tish Jews. The messages urged
the World Jewish Congress to
proclaim a two-minute period of
silence to be observed simultan-
eously throughout the world as a
protest and as a mourning for
the "murdered Rumanian Jews."
WORKMEN'S CfflCLE BRANCH
SPONSORS LECTURE SERIES
Workmen's Circle Branch No.
692 will sponsor a series of three
lectures by Dr. Israel Knox,
National Educational Director of
the English-speaking division of
the Workmen's Circle. Lectures
will take place November 29. 30
and December 1. starting at 8:30
p. m. at the Educational Center
of the group located at 25 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach.
Dr. Israel Knox was educated
in the public schools of New Ha-
ven, Conn, at the College of the
City of New York and at Colum-
bia University where he received
his Ph. D. degree (in the faculty
of Philosophy.) He is the author
of "The Aesthetic Theories of
Kant Hegel and Schopenhauer.
His book has been very favorab-
lv reviewed in academic as well
as popular journals. Along with
his general studies, Dr. Knox
has maintained from his early
youth an interest in Jewish Cul-
ture and progressive causesv He
has lectured widely before Y. M.
H A 's Jewish Centers, women s
organizations and numerous other
organizations.
He has written several esssays
on Yiddish literature to appear
ni coming issues of "The Menorah
Journal."
Stockholm (W N S)The anti-
Jewish drive in occupied Norway
was resumed with the official Na-
zi announcement that orders had
been issued to the police to con-
duct a registration of all Jewish-
owned property in Norway, it
was reported here.
BRUNNER URGES CHRISTIANS
TO WEAR MOGEN DAVIDS
Zurich (W N S)-Prof. Emil
Brunner. Zurich University theo-
logian and outspoken foe of Ha-
ter's racial laws, urged promi-
nent Christians to wear the Star
of David in protest against the
Nazi persecution of Jews in a
sermon delivered in the Frau-
menster Church in this city. Prof.
Banner denounced Nazi propa-
ganda Minister Joseph Goebbels
new anti-Jewish code which des-
cribed every Jew as "an enemy
of the Reich.
Stanley C. Myers
will be tendered a testimonial
dinner by the Board of Directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration in recognition of his ef-
forts and activity in the Federa-
tion since its formation. The
affair will be held at the Victor
Hotel, Miami Beach Sunday eve-
ning.
CONVOY RETURNS 50 JEWISH
INTERNEES FROM CANADA
Ottawa (WNS)More than 50
Jewish refugees who had been in-
terned in Canada have been re-
turned to Britain as part of a
large transport which carried
troops to England, it was dis-
closed this week when it was an-
nounced that the convoy has
reached England safely.
The refugees were among those
who had come to England from
Germany, Austria and Poland and
who had been sent to Canada
after being interned as enemy
aliens." Most of those who have
returned to England are joining
the Auxiliary Pioneer Corps.
PARIS PRESS WANTS GHETTO
FOR FRENCH JEWS, REPORT
Zurich (WNS)The Nazi-con-
trolled press in Paris has renewed
its anti-Jewish campaign, de-
manding that a ghetto similar
to those in Nazi-occupied Poland,
be established in Nazi-held
France for all Paris Jews, it was
reported here.
While the demand for a Jewish
ghetto in Paris is not new. the
explanation offered by the Nazi
press for the need of a ghetto
sheds considerable light on at-
titudes of the French people to-
wards the Jews and to the Nazis.
The renewed demand was
based on the fact that French
housewives persistently shop in
Jewish stores, despite Nazi warn-
ings, and in some cases are will-
ing to pay higher prices in Jewish
shops than in "Aryan" establish-
ments. The Nazis argued that the
only solution to their problem
was to confiscate all Jewish
stores and to lock the Jews up
behind ghetto walls.
Newly elected officers of the
Florida State Resettlement Com-
mittee selected at the state con-
ference Include Elry Stone of Mi-
ami chosen as president and Day
J. Apte as honorary president.
Albert E. Berkeley was selected
as regional chairman of this area.
Other officers included vice-presi-
dent Max L. Bear, Pensacola;
A. Bronstein, Clermont; Samuel
Kipnis, Jacksonville: Ernest
Maas, Tampa; Joe Wedeles,
Quincy; secretary, Alexander
Robin, Jacksonville: treasurer,
Barney J. Cohen, Orlando; chair-
man of Board, Fred Perlman,
Tampa; vice chairman of Board,
Jos. M. Glickstein, Jacksonville;
executive field director, Ernest
M. Gunzburg, Miami. Other re-
gional chairmen included Sidney
Bernbaum, West Palm Beach; Al
Block, Tallahassee; Harold S.
Cohen, Jacksonville; D. N. Hen-
riques. Pensacola; Chas. H. Ja-
cobs, Tampa; E. Polonsky. Day-
tona Beach; Frank J. Shames,
Sanford; and Prof. Joseph Weil,
Gainesville.
The conference at Tampa
took place on November 16th un-
der the auspices of the Florida
State Resettlement Committee
and the Southeastern Regional
Committee of the Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds. Other participating ag-
encies were the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the United Pales-
tine Appeal, the National Refu-
gee Service, Joint Defense Ap-
peal of the American Jewish
Committee and Anti-defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, and the
Council of Jewish Women.
A large attendance was indi-
cative of the general growth of
the Florida Jewish community,
its increasing interest in the gen-
eral Jewish problems, and of its
willingness and desire to carry
its proportionate share of the
burden that American Jewry
must assume.
The gathering convened at an
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) ,
DISTINCTION BETWEEN JEW
AND POLE AT EXECUTIONS
BRITISH JEWS FORM GROUP
TO STUDY POST-WAR ANGLE
London (WNS)Following the
lead of American Jewish organi-
zations, the British Jewish com-
munity has taken steps to estab-
lish a committee to study post-
war problems with particular
regard to the rights of the mil-
lions of Jews made homeless by
Hitlerism after the war.
The committee will be headed
by Lavy Bakstansky, secretary
of the British Zionist Federation,
who returned here recently from
a visit to the United States.
(Similar bodies have been in-
stituted in the United States by
the American Jewish Committee,
American Jewish Congress, Jew-
ish Labor Committee and the
Agudas Israel, orthodox Jewish
group. Ed. Note.)
Lisbon (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied Poland have ad-
vised military executioners that
a distinction must be made be-
tween Jews and Poles even at
executions, it was reported here.
Poles must be shot or beheaded,
while "the most degrading form
of execution, hanging," must be
the punishment for Jews.
JEWS PROTEST MASSACRES
OF JEWS IN ODESSA, KIEV
London (WNS)A bitter pro-
test against the wholesale mass-
acres of Jews by Nazi and Ru-
manian troops in Odessa and
Kiev was made at a meeting here
of the Board of Deputies of Bri-
tish Jews.
A total of 55,000 Jews were re-
ported murdered in the Nazi-Ru-
manian blood baths, 30,000 in
Kiev and the remainder in Odes-
sa. Many of the victims, who
were herded into military bar-
racks and mowed down by mach-
ine-gun squads, were women and
children.
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PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1941
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack. and relatives were present at
905 Michigan Avenue. Miami the celebration and Mr. and Mrs.
Beach, celebrated their 30th wed- Spivack were the recipients of
ding anniversary with a reception many congratulatory greetings,
at their home. Numerous friends
PERSONALS
Stanley Tanenbaum, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Tanenbaum, ar-
rived from Gainesville to spend
the week-end with his parents.

Mr. Nathan Adelman and Mrs.
Charles Adelmai, returned to the
city Wednesday night after visit-
ing in New York and Savannah.

Mrs. Leon Singer will enter-
tain at a formal dinner party
tonight in honor of Rabbi Elgart
and family at Sante Plaza, 1676
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.

Millicent Roth left today for
Washington. D. C. where she will
be employed in the Navy Depart-
ment of the U. S Government af-
ter passing a civil service ex-
amination. Miss Roth is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Roth.

Dr. and Mrs. Harry Neivert of
New York City, sister and bro-
ther-in-law of Isaac Joffe. Miami
attorney, are vacationing at the
(jrossinger Hotel. Miami Beach.
fur several weeks. Dr. Neivert is
a prominent ear. nose and throat
specialist in New York and dur-
ing his visit here will confer with
several specialists.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller an-
nounce the birth of a son last
Thursday at Victoria Hospital.
Al Shure of the Atlanta South-
ern Dental College, announces
the forthcoming marriage of his
brother, Lieut. I. Shure, Camp
Polk, La., to Miss Shirlyan Gold-
bert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Marty Goldbert, Brighton, Mass.
The marriage will take place the
latter part of December in Louis-
iana where Lieut. Shure is sta-
tioned.
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Dura Stein, wife of Joseph
Stein of 829 N. W. 21st Street.
passed away last Wednesday. A
native of Kovna Goberna, she
had been in this country 36 years,
spending the last 7 years in Flor-
ida. Prior to her coming here,
she resided in Brockton, Mass.
where she was one of the foun-
ders of the Hadassah chapter and
served as its treasurer. She was
active in Hebrew school auxiliar-
ies and other communal activities
there.
Surviving her besides her hus-
band are one son, Hyman of Bcn-
nington, Vermont, two grand-
children, two brothers and a sis-
ter of Brockton and one brother
in West Palm Beach.
Interment was in Brockton,
Mass.

Bernard C. Baer passed away
Monday at his home after a long
illness. Mr. Baer had been a
resident of Miami for the past six-
i teen years and operated Baer's
I Market on Miami Beach. Sur-
viving him are his wife, Hannah,
j three brothers. Julius and Her-
man of Philadelphia and Paul of
I Miami; and two sisters, Mrs. Bet-
I ty Coleman and Mrs. Charles
ICusker of Marion, Pa.
Mr. Baer was a member of the
I Harvey Seeds Post, the Miami
j Beach Elks Club and the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation.
Military servxices were held
j Wednesday at 1 p. m. in the
I Jewish section of Woodlawn
Cemetery under the direction of
the Gordon Funeral Home.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
VISIT
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Mark G. Kaplan, insurance ad-
visor, addressed the members of
the Miami Central Labor Union
at their meeting Monday night on
Insurance Problems.

Ladies Auxiliary B'nai B'rith
will hold a board meeting Tues-
day evening al the home of Mrs.
Harold Rand, 115 Second Terrace,
Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach.

Ruth Brotman will be hostess
to 125 members and friends of
the Beaux Arts League at recep-
tions and musicales to be held at
Sante Plaza. 167G Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, November 29th
from 8:30 p. m. and November
30th from 4 to 6 p. m.

The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah will sponsor
a theatre party Monday evening,
December 1st at the Lincoln
Theatre. Arrangements for the
party were made by Mrs. Ben
Levine and in charge of ticket
distribution is Miss Reggie Gold-
stein.

A bingo party under the aus-
pices of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of the National Home for
Jewish Children at Denver will
be held Tuesday, December 9th
at 8 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, Mi-
ami Beach. Chairman of this
event are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom.
Mrs. Melvin E. Davis and Mrs. Sol
Taplin.

The American Woman's Home
Defense Club held its meeting
Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. H. Spivack. The guest
speaker was J. Wilson, Jr. of the
American Red Cross. A motion
was made by Mrs. Spivack to
collect and send old clothing to
the Allies. The club will sponsor
a theatre party December 1th
and 16th at Miami Beach

A Victory Dance sponsored
by Tri Beta Sorority will be held
Sunday night at the Shoreham
Hotel, Miami Beach, beginning
at 9:30 p. m. Ernie Cardone and
his orchestra will furnish music
for dancing with Paula Fields and
other entertainment. Tickets are
SI. 10 per couple and 75c stag.
Committee in charge of arrange-
ments are Lillie Alexander chair-
man, Marjorie Rosengarten, Bella
Shaff and Marilyn Tunick.

Junior Hadassah will have a
birthday party Monday, Decem-
ber 1st. At its meeting at the
Y. M. H. A., 1527 S. W. 5th Street
to celebrate its 21st birthday.
Miss Rosalyn Klein, who attended
the National Convention in Bos-
ton, Mass. will give a report.
Plans for a membership party
will be discussed by Miss Lillian
Cohen, membership chairman.
Miss Sylvia Gerringer. chairman,
will discuss plans for a bridge
and mah jongg party in January.
There will be an extensive pro-
gram, refreshments and prizes.

A glass blowing lecture and
demonstration together with an
exhibit of glass blown art ob-
jects will be presented by Miss
Marianna Von Allesch, Univer-
sity of Miami art instructor, at
the Forum, sponsored by Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, on Friday, November
i 28th, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach
Elk's Club. 720 West Avenue.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Congregation will give a
Thanksgiving talk.
A musical program will be
presented by Miss Marjorie-
Louise Carey, soprano, accom-
panied by Evelyn Flagman Jones.

Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, of
Temple Israel, will be the guest
speaker Saturday afternoon, at
the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street
between Collins Avenue and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Zwitman's topic will be: "Na-
zism's Revolution Against West-
ern Civilization." Monday morn-
ing 10:30 a. m., Edward Clarke
of the University of Miami, will
read and discuss the Poems:
White Cliffs of Dover, by Ellis
Duer Miller. Tuesday evening
at 8 p. m. Dr Samuel Bension,
of the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter, will speak on: Lessons from
the Second World War. Dr. Ab-
raham Wolfson will preside.

The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshiva and
Parochial School of Greater Mi-
ami, will hold its next meeting
on Monday. December 1 at 8 p.
m. at the Aiamac Hotel, Collins
Avenue at 13th Street, Miami
Beach. Mrs. Joseph Brenner
will preside.
At the last meeting of the or-
ganization, held in the Tides
Hotel the following officers were
chosen: president, Mrs. Joseph
Brenner; 1st vice president, Mrs.
Max Rifas; 2nd vice president,
Mrs. S. Reinhardt; treasurer. Mrs.
Jacob Soffer; assistant treasurer,
Mrs. J. Shuimon; secretary, Mrs.
Mills; financial secretary, Mrs.
Esther Marcus.
On December 7th there will be
a joint installation Banquet of
the Men's and Women's Divisions
of the Rabbi Israel Aaron Yesh-
iva and Parochial School at the
Tides Hotel. Call 5-6611 for res-
ervations.
FT. LAUDERDALE
The B'nai B'rith Women's Aux-
lhary of Broward County mel *
Thursday evening. November 20
at the home of Mrs. A. Mark*'
witz, 704 S. E. 7th Street F0rt
Lauderdale. Visitors from kiami
were Mrs. Louis Heiman Mrs
Paul Sobel, Miss Cele Roffi
and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
Mrs. Rotfort discussed inter-
estingly various B'nai B'rith
Women's activities in this part
of Florida as also elsewhere and
Mrs. Louis Heiman spoke on
Hillel House activities in Games,
ville and Tallahassee.
The Organization voted to
send checks to the Red Cross of
Dania, Hollywood, and Fort Lau-
derdale. They also pledged to
furnish a room for Hillel Home in
Gainesville as soon as possible.
The next regular meeting will
be held December 4th at the
home of Mrs. J. Rosner. Fort Lau-
derdale. A desert bridge will
take place also on December 2nd
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PAGE THREE
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KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
They always said he was wise
But now I see its otherwise
And with his long tenure
Miami thought they had a cure
From that his type here had brought
For here was what Miami had sought
For lo these half-score years
He served without all those fears
That unfairalways fill these men
And makes them move now and then
Yea, he surely worked with a will
With brains, mouth and hands did till
Watched battlesmen and men
Smartstayed out of their den
For now he's thereasked or not
Facing the firing line to be shot
We all meddle now and then
But he should know why and when
Do his partnot too smart
Do his joball his heart
Keep his placeprotect his name
Win back for himself that acclaim
That he built all this time
Here in Miami's sunny clime.
BENSION INSTALLATION IS
TERMED AS HUGE SUCCESS
The dining room of the Victor
Hotel was filled to capacity last
Sunday evening for the elaborate
program centering around the
formal installation of Rabbi Sam-
uel Bcnsion as rabbi of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
Dr. Max Arzt of New York,
president of the Synagogue Coun-
cil of America and Professor at
the Jewish Theological Seminary,
installed the rabbi with a stirring
address with "the imperativeness
of spreading Jewish culture" as
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The forthcoming election of
Miami's Boastful lodge with its
more than a "grand" of unpaid
members is warming up and ap-
pears to be destined to be more
than a mere election. Campaign-
ing is going full force with cam-
paign managers, campaign pres-
sure, campaign chatter and cam-
paign via Southern Bell. King
sees a close race for the choice
plum.
King heard conflicting stories
on his Komment of last week
as to why somebody wasn't
where but regrets to say that in
all these remarks no one has
concluded with "Long Live
King."
Disappointment was written
over the turnout that heard the
"Berlin ReportCensored." The
title was a misnomer. One of
those me should knowme no
can tell. And at the same place
the rear end the ex made of him-
self by asking foolish questions
all about "do we?"
Federation was pretty much
disgusted with itself at the end
of its directors meeting last
week which lasted after 1 a.
m. The budget was pretty
well uppedKing disproves of
reconsideration of items after
half the directors have gone
and King Komments sadly
when he sees Federation yield-
ing to pressurelast minute or
otherwise.
An A. D. L. committee man
resigned with much ado and for-
mality just recently pro-
testing action of the group .
He appears to be a lone wolf in
the open protest at the present
but King sees others joining
making a pack that will let out
a howl that will be heard .
will the volcano erupt?
THE GARDEN RESTAURANT
REOPENS FOR THE SEASON
Mr. and Mrs. Frcyer announce
the reopening of The Garden
Restaurant located at 2235 S. W.
8th Street for the coming sea-
son. Mrs. Freyer stated that they
aim to continue to be noted for
their good food as they have in
the past and to maintain the
same high standard of service
and quality.
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President. Miami Beach
Jewish Center
his theme. Dr. Bension respond-
ed urging the loyalty of the au-
dience to the ideals on wihch the
Center was founded and pledged
himself to that end.
M. H. Frankel. president of the
Center, welcomed the gathering
and Leo Robinson served as
toastmaster. Present and taking
part in the program were Mayor
Val C. Cleary of Miami Beach,
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, president
of the Sisterhood: Joseph A. Ber-
man. president of the Senior Lea-
gue; Nat Hankoff, president of
the Men's Club and Harry Sirkin,
chairman of the Building Com-
mittee. Rabbi Leon Spitz de-
livered the invocation.
The officers of the Men's Club
were also installed.
Cantor Josef Lengyel, chanted
grace. The musical program was
furnished by Cantor and Mme.
Lengyel, Evelyn Raff and Edith
Freeman.
Stop Wishful Thinking America
Before the largest crowd to at-
tend a "Y" affair since its Calval-
cade of Stars Show, Harry W.
Flannery. world famous war cor-
respondent and most recently C.
B. S. correspondent in Berlin,
rendered an intense address of
conditions as they are in Berlin
today. A most interesting and in-
telligent audience was present to
hear and also to ask questions of
the speaker.
The most important parts of
Mr. Flannery's talk, according to
this scribe's opinion, were:
1. For the citizens of the
United States to stop their wish-
ful thinking and face facts.
2. To set up a committee to
make plans for a negotiated
peace, but not with the present
Nazi regime.
All in all, we feel that the Y.
M.H.A. should be commended for
bringing such a splendid speaker
to this area, and our thanks are
herewith directed to Maurice
Grossman, executive director: E.
Albert Pallot, chairman: Murray
Grossman, president; Joseph A.
Berman, vice president; Sam
Seitlin, Dr. Samuel Beckman.
Philip Berkowitz, Al Berkowitz,
Leo Ackerman, and Frank
Malone. for the part they played
in presenting this affair.
Basketball Season Starts
Lefty Schmer, athletic director
of the Y.M.H.A., has developed
two fine teams to do combat with
the city's finest cage teams. We
are sure the way will fare well
as they have in past years. Buy
your tickets now. SI.00 for the
season or 25c each game.
City Wide Community Calendar
At a recent meeting of the
Federation of Jewish Womens
clubs in Miami, it was decided to
clear all dates for affairs with
the Y.M.H.A. Mrs. Maurice
Grossman was appointed chair-
man and Miss Shirley Rothschild
secretary of this committee. Mrs.
Moses Krieger has requested that
before making a definite date for
an event, to please check with
Miss Rothschild at the "Y". Miss
Rothschild also requests that
every organization send its dates
of regular meetings to her so that
a calendar may be prepared and
published from time to time.
This is a service that is vital
and necessary in this community
and the Y.M.H.A. is very happy
to have the facilities to do the
same. Secretaries of all organiza-
tions are requested to cooperate
with the community by furnish-
ing the "Y" with the dates of the
various schedule of events.
Schwartz Holds Bowling Lead
The following are the stand-
ings and individual averages of
the Y.M.H.A. Duckpin League
which is held every Thursday at
the Miami Recreation Alleys:
Name of Team W
Harry Schwartz ........ 24
Al Berkowitz ....................22
Sam Seitlin ......................19
Lou Spector ... 16
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11
14
17
19
20
20
22
Abe Berkowitz ................14
Al Reisman ......................13
Sol Weinkle ......................13
Murray Streitt ............. 11
Individual Averages
Marty Milstein .........107
Hal Berkowitz ............................105
Sol Weinkle ..._.......................105
Sol Levin .................................105
Hal Levenson ...........................102
Harry Schwartz ..................... 102
Abe Berkowitz ................... 102
Al Reisman ................................101
Al Berkowitz ...........................101
Mike Mirelson .......................... 100
Ralph Grossman .........100
High Team Set
Schwartz. 1548; High single
game, Hal Berkowitz, 143: High
individual set, Hal Berkowitz,
361.
All games last Thursday were
cancelled because of Thanksgiv-
ing. Come out next Thursday and
enjoy a full evening of entertain-
ment.
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Vice Chairman 1942 Federation
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 48
DIFFERENCES
Last week's editorial called for discussion. It asked those
concerned or in doubt as to their position or opinion on the
many communal problems lacing us to come forward and seek
and give enlightenment.
Problems can concern individuals as well as organizations
and groups and oftentimes both in their relation to a community.
Their actions, contacts and relationships to other individual
groups is of course what makes these problems. Each of these
is entitled to his opinion and belief. Democrats, Republicans,
Communists and shades all make a democracy.
Thank God that these privileges still exist, though often
seriously abused.
Editorials are opinions of the paper based on what is be-
lieved is best for the community. They carry the weight they
do by virtue of the position the editor is in enabling him to have
a composite view of the entire situation. This position gives
him contact with all phases, individuals and groups in addition
to the many sources of information available and at his com-
mand. The comparison of one connected or interested with a
particular group or phase as to that of the editor who is in touch
with ail is readily seen. His opinion may sometimes prove itself
as not of the best. As humanwe can also err.
Calling for this discussion we were pleasantly pleased to be
the recipient, this week of a registered letter from an organiza-
tion who decided they were the subject of an editorial in the
issue of November 7th titled "Doubtful Groups." We feel that
this five page, typewritten reply deserves an answer. In order
to go into the entire matter thoroughly and minutely we are re-
serving our reply until next week.
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
MIAMI
Zionist^k District
By Loui* Heiman, Pre*.
-TIDBITS FROM
Mudiy Qor^LderMal
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
Florida's Answer
Sarasota. spurred by the local
chapter of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy, is planning
to honor Judah P. Benjamin, the
Jewish statesman and Confeder-
ate secretary of state, on Janu-
ary 22nd W. P. A. reseachers
recently discovered that Benja-
min was one of three Confeder-
ate cabinet officials who avoided
capture by pursuing Union
troops when he fled through
Florida ... At Sarasota, Benja-
min sailed on June 23, 1865 for
England ... It will be near his
sailing point that a marker will
be unveiled.
Mrs. Mary P. Brownell, whose
unmitigated will to do good
things is largely responsible for
the Benjamin memorial, tells us
that she expects Gov. Spessard
L. Holland to attend The
Mayor of Sarasota will issue a
proclamation declaring January
22nd "Judah P. Benjamin Day"
. Schools will be closed ... It
is planned to have one thousand
school children participate in a
parade and other ceremonies.
Recently, the Miami Daily
News, on its editorial page, took
note of the forthcoming celebra-
tion in honor of a Jew ... It
called the event Florida's answer
to those Hitler-inspired anti-
Semitic propagandists to set
group against group here in the
United States.
Hi Sucker 1
Now we hear of a little organ-
ization, "not for profit," installed
in a downtown office building,
that looks like a good thingfor
the boys who run it It's
supposed to be a new kind of
social blue book willing to
register anybody who can prove
himself the descendant of two
generations born in America on
the male side, white and of the
Christian faith.
Fulfill the requirements and
you can record yourself for the
tiny fee of five dollars ... In
return, "the said membership
carries with it no further obliga-
tions or annual dues, but pro-
vides a permanent register of the
name of the member, a cross
reference to the family name and
its American history Also the
right to register the member of
the family, births, deathsthe
fingerprints of the members and
his family, and footprints of the
new bornthe registration of
wills This record is a perma-
nent one and is made to last
throughout the ages ."
The appeal, of course, is strict-
ly along purported but scientific-
ally non-existent racial lines,
smacking no little of Hitler and
Nazidom.
The outfit is incorporated in
the nations capitol ... It was or-
ganized last year ... Its charter
allegedly authorizes a non-profit
organization Apparently,
however, it has no other purpose
than to sell genealogies through
a chauvinistic appeal to its vic-
tims' vanities.
Evidence of the smart char-
acter of the operators is found in
the last clause of the charter
which vests the management of
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
Now that one of the War Zones
has shifted again to North Africa,
the thought of Palestine in the
war picture must certainly come
to the mind of every loyal Jew.
When the roar of guns and the
zooming of aeroplanes come
close to home, we should certain-
ly be interested. Yes, we say
"Close to home" intentionally,
for it is the home land for over
a half million of our brethen, and
the prospective home of several
million more. What are we do-
ing in Palestine, under the
pressure of the World Zionist
Organization?
At the outbreak of the war,
Great Britain had three formid-
able Allies in the Near East,
namely Egypt, Iraq and Turkey.
All of them were bound to her
by treaty and might be expected
to fight on her side. So far, not
a single soldier from any of them
is fighting for the Allied cause.
Egypt remains neutral, even
under Axis attack. Iraq has
taken up arms on the wrong side
and had to be reconquered.
Turkey stands by, wavering and
undecided as to her course of
action. The only country in the
Middle East which has given any
active help is Jewish Palestine.
Over 10,000 Jews are serving in
the land, sea and air forces of
the British Empire in the Middle
East. They have taken part in
the campaigns of Libya, Egypt.
Greece, Crete and Syria. They
have supplied modern techni-
cians and skilled labor; a num-
ber of modern plants; scientific
institutions of European stand-
ards; and capital available from
that brought in by Jewish im-
migrants for the expansion of
agricultural and industrial enter-
prises.
And. last but not least, it has
offered to Great Britain a Jewish
Army to fight alongside the
Australians, New Zealanders and
others in the British forces
which offer has not yet been ac-
ceptetd, we Zionists regret to
say.
Why should we regret that we
are not permitted to fight? The
victory of the Democracies is our
victory. The defeat of the
Democracies is our defeat. As re-
quested by President Roosevelt
in his message to the recent con-
vention of Senior Hadassah, we
are helping, "to repel the wave
of degenerate barbarity which
has temporarily engulfed so
many countries", and we are giv-
ing unwavering support to the
principles and policies that will
defeat the Nazi regime and lay
the foundation for a better world.
In that better world to come, we
shall play our part, with an
established Jewish Homeland in
Palestine, through the influence
of the World Zionist Organiza-
tion. Attend our next meeting at
Hotetl Evans, Wedne s d a y,
December 3, 1941 at 8:30 p. m.
Y. W. H. A. NOTES
Mrs. Julius Jacobs, chairman of
the membership committee, de-
sires to remind members and
friends of the membership tea
which is being planned for the
Y. W. H. A. at its club rooms, 1567
S. W. 5th St., on Sunday after-
noon, December 7, from 2 to 5:30.
A fine program is being pre-
pared including a tableau show-
ing the various activities of the
Y, and a talk by Mrs. Abraham
Kellner, wife of Rabbi Kellner,
whose subject will be "Women of
Destiny."
There will also be a musical
program and refreshments will
be served. Every one is urged to
bring her husband, children and
friends.
The Red Cross Roll Call merits
your support Enroll nowl
CREDITS
Give credit to PM, New York's tabloid-size afternoon news-
paper, for the final solution of the problem of the Cabo de
Hernes, the refugee-laden ship that was turned away from so
many South American ports ... It was PM which insisted on
keeping the plight of these refugees in the public eye, and which
enlisted the aid of Congressman Sol Bloom, with the result that
at latest reports the refugees, already resigned to being returned
to Europe's concentration camps, were offered asylum by the
Dutch West Indian island of Curacao Leonard Lyons re-
ports that Justice Frankfurter credits his late colleague on the
Supreme Court, Justice Louis D. Brandeis, with giving the im-
petus to a tendency that saved London life from disruption
during the Blitz raids The Britons, it seems, heeded Bran-
deis' warning against the "curse of bigness," and thus refrained
from mergers of the various companies that had sprung up to
supply their capital with its public services Hence London
still has seventeen different plants supplying it with power, and
twenty-two companies providing it with water .. And so, when-
ever Nazi bombs would hit the supply lines of one of those com-
panies, all the others would still remain in condition to give
London its vital services .
JEWISH NEWS
Due to return to these shores before the year is out is Dr.
Chaim Weizmann Immediately following his visit to America
he plans to make a flying trip to Palestine The first week in
December will be remembered for a very important gathering in
Washington in connection with the plan for a Jewish army ..
The Jewish Army Committee, which includes Amiral Yarnell,
among others, is not taking "No" for an answer, but is deter-
mined to go right on insisting on a Jewish fighting force under
Jewish colons in the Near East Those who have been follow-
ing the history of the Hebrew University at Jerusalem will be in-
terested to know that at the recent inaugural assembly of the
Jewish Theological Seminary, at which five new teachers were
introduced, the first twoProlessors Saul Liebermann and H.
L. Ginsbergboth turned out to be alumni of the Hebrew Uni-
versity Which reminds us to remind you of the letter James
Roosevelt, son of F. D. R. wrote to Edward Warburg a few months
ago, saying that his visit to the Hebrew University was "one of
the most interesting and inspiring features" of his trip to the
Near East .
YOU SHOULD KNOW
"Germany may demand the medal back from Lindbergh-
she's running short of tin," comments Harry Herschfield, add-
ing: "When the medal was pinned on, he didn't dream it would
yet be 'mailed' on him" But we do wish that some of the
Broadway columnists would cease pontificating on foreign af-
fairs .. The latest sensational prediction is that of the New York
Daily News' Danton Walker, who says that London will permit
the establishment of a free German government-in-exile with
headquarters in the English capital And, says Walker, the
head of that government-in-exile will be Rudolf Hess This of
course is undiluted eye-wash Herr Hess, you must realize,
is still sold on Hitler's new world order ... If you really want to
see 'he best interpretation to date ot the Hess mission to England
look it up in Pierre van Paassen's "That Day Alone"which,
incidentally, is now selling at the rate of ten thousand copies a
week. .
STAGE AND SCREEN
It looks as if Second Avenue has lost one of its finest comed-
ians We mean Joseph Buloff, who has been making such a
hit on Broadway in "Spring Again" that he will probably re-
main uptown for good, and eventually will most likely return
to Hollywoodwhich, as so frequently happens, failed to recog-
nize his talents on his last sojourn there Broadway's Profes-
sional Children's School is developing a tradition comparable to
that of the famous private schools to which wealthy families
send their offspring generation after generation That, at
least, is the thought which strikes us as we learn that the seven-
year-old daughter of Georgie Price, who was a member of the
school's first graduating class, now is a student there Lo^
Newberger, the Chicago attorney, writes in, apropos of the pro-
posed remaking of the film "Humoresque," based on the Fannie
Hurst novel, that the original picture made quite a boner oy
showing a lighted candlestick being brought to the dinner table
on a Saturday noon Mr. Newberger advises that before
shooting any such scene again the movie-makers consult some
Jewish religious authority on whether the lighting of a f"f
on the Sabbath is permissable And, to return to the Yiddisa
theatre, we thought you'd like to know that the outstanding even
of the season, scheduled for the month of January, will be
benefit performance to be given at the National Theatre in honor
of the one and only Chona .
ABOUT PEOPLE
Authors Sinclair Lewis and Lewis Browne are opponen
on their current debating tourbut don't let that fool you
Not only are they good friends, but in his novel "Elmer Gantry
Lewis cited Browne, then a rabbi, as a fine type of rniruster
Did you know that Edna Ferber is reputed to be the w^im'ell
of this country's authors? The story goes that she has
over a million dollars, all paid to her royalties and such
Incidentally, Edna is now in England, reporting the human.s
of Britain's war for a syndicate That plaque on col^ro^-
Dorothy Thompson's new house, reading "Thanks to "" '
doesn't mean that Adolf helped pay for it .. It's her way 01 g
pressing gratitude to the people who worked on that bouse,
(CONTIf


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. I-:. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RAHHI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
#996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
*Jewist fhriditiri
PAGE FIVE
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to eay, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, Nov. 28th,
1941, 8:15 p. m.
Sisterhood Sabbath
In keeping with the tradition
of the National Federation of
Temple Sisterhoods, our congre-
gation will observe Sisterhood
Sabbath. The following members
of the Sisterhood will participate
in the services: Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Philip
Weinstein.
Rabbi Zwitman will preach on
the subject: "Our Present Op-
portunity, Shall We Use it or
Lose it?" A reception for wor-
shipers will be held in Kaplan
Hall following the services. Mrs.
Morris Plant, chairman of Sister-
hood Sabbath Service. Mrs. Jack
Bernstein, chairman of Sister-
hood Sabbath Reception.
Semi-annual Congregat i o n a 1
Meeting this Tuesday evening
December 2nd. 1941 at 8:00 p.
m. in Kaplan Hall.
It is important that you be
present. Reports on congrega-
tional and auxiliary activities
will be presented.
Sisterhood Notes
Due to the U. A. H. C.and Tri-
State District Convention, the
regular meeting date of the
Sisterhood will not be observed.
Announcement has however,
been made of a Sisterhood
Board meeting on Dec. 2nd, a
Bazaar Committee meeting at
the home of Mrs. Walter Brons-
ton on Dec. 9th, and a Sister-
hood Membership Tea on Dec.
16th, at the Temple.
U. A. H. C. District Convention
Appointed delegates of our
Temple, Sisterhood, and Mcns'
club are urged to attend the U.
A. H. C. Southeast Convention,
to be held at the George Wash-
ington hotel, in West Palm
Beach, Florida, on Saturday eve-
ning, Nov. 29th and on Sunday,
Nov. 30th.
With the Rabbi
Rabbi Zwitman's speaking
schedule for the past week and
the coming week includes ad-
dresses before the following or-
ganizations: Wessley Fellowship
Forum at the White Temple.
Central Beach P. T. A., National
Childrens' Home, Spinoza Group
Forum. Miami Round Table W. I.
O. D. South Miami Methodist
Church. Miami University, class
in Comparative Religion.
Youth Group Elects
At the meeting of the Temple
Israel Youth Group last Sunday,
the following were elected to
office: Melvin Green, president;
Melville Letaw, vice-president;
Irma Bernstein, recording secre-
tary; Stephen Davis, treasurer;
Harold Solomon, corresponding
secretary. Board: Beverly Cohen,
.Betty Letaw, Eugene Somberg.
A Youth Group executive
meeting will take place this Sun-
day morning at the Temple, at
10:30 a. m.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
(CONTINUKD ON PAOK )
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls _________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon__________8:00 a. m.
Mincha________________5:30 p.m.
Maariv_________________6:00 p. m.
Friday..............................5:15 p. m.
Sabbath Service........_... 9:00 a. m.
Services Schedule
Daily Services_________8 A. M.
Evening Services______6 P. M.
Saturday ......____________9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat___________5 P. M.
Coming Events
Ladies Chanuka Party
The annual Chanuka party of
the Ladies Auxiliary will be held
on Sunday evening. Dec. 14th in
the Talmud Torah Hall. This af-
fair is one of the most outstand-
ing events of the season and we
urge all our friends to reserve
the date for this splendid cele-
bration.
Children's Chanuka Party
The Chanuka party of the Tal-
mud Torah and Sunday School
will take place on Sunday, Dec.
21 at 10:30 a. m. in the Assembly
Hall of the Talmud Torah. A
most entertaining program is be-
ing prepared and the Ladies
Auxiliary will again be hosts to
the children and provide them
with dainty holiday refresh-
ments.
Sabbath Forums
The Friday Evening Religious
Forums will start this year, as
every year, on the Sabbath of
Chanuka on Friday night, Dec.
19 at 8 p. m. Rabbi Kellner will
speak on "False Heroes". The
lectures will have many novel
features this year and we urge
our people to make this date on
their calendars.
Sunday School Faculty
The regular meeting of the
Sunday School Faculty will be
held on Tuesday night, Dec. 2nd
in the auditorium of the new
synagogue. Due to the increasing
interest in these lectures it was
decided to broaden their scope
and invite all those interested in
the Religious Schools of the Con-
gregation. Accordingly Rabbi
Kellner will speak the first half
of the hour on classwork prob-
lems and then lead a discussion
on "Bible Studies at Home and
in School."
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy
recovery of our many friends
suffering illness and pray that
the Lord may grant them speedy
and complete recovery.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
grief the untimely death of our
late beloved brother Bernard
Baer Olov Hasholom. May the
Lord console his dear ones and
may they be comforted amidst
the mourners of Zion and
Jerusalem.
We extend sincere condolences
to Mrs. S. Simon for the loss of
her late sister and we bespeak
unto her the congregations
deepest sympathy. _
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0404
1263 S. W. 21t Terrace
Synagogue Services
Shachriss, 7 and 8 a. m. daily,
7 and 9 a. m., Saturday.
Mincha, 5:15 p. m., daily.
Maariv, 5:50 p. m., daily; 6:00
p. m., Saturday.
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Sabbath Services
On Friday evening at 8 p. m.
Dr. Samuel Bension will preach
on the subject. "True Confessions
and False Fronts, a Thanksgiving
Sermon". Cantor Lengyel and
the Center Choir directed by
Miss Ruth C. Brotman will of-
ficiate. On Saturday morning
Rabbi Bension will lecture on the
Scriptural Lesson. Oneg Shabos
will be held at 5:00 p. m. It is
urged that members and seat-
holders who wish to obtain a seat
at the services should arrive be-
fore the scheduled hour, since
hundreds have been turned away
in the past when standing room
was exhausted.
Approaches Chanuka Events
With the approach of the
Chanuka festival, the Center, the
Sisterhood, and the Religious
School are planning for a series
of elaborate and outstanding
events for the Chanuka week. On
1st Chanuka night, Dec. 14th at
7 p. m. the Sisterhood will pre-
sent under its auspices a festival
of Jewish music and Chanuka
Concert under the direction of
Cantor and Mme Lengyel.
The Sisterhood will also invite
the entire Jewish community to
attend as its guests a Chanuka
Reception which is scheduled to
be held on Tuesday evening, Dec.
16th. A prominent speaker, a
dramatic skit presented by the
Sisterhood members, a fine musi-
cal program and the ceremony
of the lighting of lights will be
carried out.
On Friday night. December
19th Sisterhood will celebrate
Sisterhood Sabbath when of-
ficers and members of the
Sisterhood will participate in the
service and will also serve as the
hostesses of the Center.
Center Social League
The Center Social League an-
nounces an open meeting for
Sunday evening, November 30th
at 8:30 o'clock. Young men aria
women, ages twenty to thirty, are
invited to visit and join.
Chanuka Entertainment
The Chanuka entertainment
given by the children of the Re-
ligious School will be held on
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21st. The
play will be directed by Molka
Reich of the Molka Reich Studio.
An extremely fine program will
be carried through. The entire
community is cordially invited to
attend.
Young Judaea
The Deborah chapter of Young
Young Judea chapters meeting
Center for many months under
the guidance of Mrs. Murray
Grossman but arrangements are
now being made under the
auspices of the Young Judaea
Council of Miami to establish
several additional Young Clubs
in our building.
Center Co'eds Organised
The latest organization to
come under the roof of our
Center is the Center Co'Eds club
It represents a group of high
school students with the mem-
bership of the Confirmation
class as a nucleus.
Arts and CrafU
Miss Rae Melicow has organ-
ized a class in painting for adults
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor
330 S. W. 5th Ave. Tel. 3-8173
Synagogue Services
Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; 5:15 p.
m. and 5:45 p. m. Sabbath at 5:15
p. m.; 7 and 9 a. m.; 5:15 p. m.
and 6:00 p. m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
preach this Saturday morning on
"A Growing Family". At
Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak
on "The Portion of the Week".
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
chant the services.
Junior Congregation services
will be held Friday evening and
Saaturday at 5:15 p. m., and Sat-
urday morning at 9:00 a. m.
under the leadership of Mr. A.
Loskove. A sermonette will be
delivered by one of the boys.
Last Saturday all records for at-
tendance were broken. We invite
all children, young men and
women, who can pray from the
Siddur to attend. Refreshments
are served by the Sisterhood.
Minnionaires
Our Minnionaires will meet
this Sunday morning at 8:45 a.
m. for their regular service. This
is followed by a communal
breakfast served by our Sister-
hood. The services begins 15 min-
utes earlier henceforth to prevent
conflict with Sunday sessions at-
tendance of our Religious School.
Habanoth
Our Habanoth meet Tuesday
evening. Original creations from
the Habanoth "beanies' will be
displayed at the next meeting, to
be held Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
Sponsors are Mrs. M. Mescheloff
and Miss Florence Genet.
Maccabeans
Our Maccabeans meet Tuesday
at 7:30 p. m. Pledges between
the ages of 14 and 18 are ac-
cepted. Athletic plans will be
discussed at the next meeting.
Streamlined Lecture Series
Dr. B. J. Coleman spoke on "A
Working Formula for Success" in
the series of guest lectures be-
ing given at the joint meeting of
the Habanoth and the Macca-
beans each Tuesday at 8:30 p.
m. Next week's guest lecturer
will be attorney A. L.
Mechlowitz. His subject will be
Law as a Profession".
Young Judea
Applicants to either of the
Young Judeo chapters meeting
at our synagogue are asked to
come at 7:00 Thursday evening.
Sisterhood Meeting
Our Sisterhood will hold its
regular monthly meeting this
Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the
lovely home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzer,
4444 Pine Tree Drive. The meet-
ing will be opened with an in-
vocation by Mrs. M. Mescheloff,
and closed with a benediction by
Mrs. B. H. London, president.
An unusual cultural program
will include songs by the pro-
fessional songstress Miss Ruth
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services__________7:30 a.m.
Evening Services______ 6.00 p.m.
Saturday morning----------8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning........ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily------3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Uri. Louis Margulies Reporting for ilk
Doztd Congregation and Sisterhood
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
and Miss Joyce Cook has founded
a group for children in crafts
with the ambitious project of
building a clay replica of the
Temple of Jerusalem.
College of Jewish Studies
The College of Jewish Studies
is making good progress with al-
most a hundred students en-
rolled in seven different classes.
Late Friday Evening Services
at 8.15
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the services: Cantor Henry
Marbein and a mixed choir will
chant. Guest speaker during the
services will be Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of
Temple Israel. He will discuss
the subject, "Israel's Dream!"
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately after the
Benediction arranged by Mr. and
Mrs. Jack August in honor of
their wedding anniversary.
Bar Mitzvah
Melvin Fischer, son of Mrs.
Dorothy Fischer Jabin will be-
come Bar Mitzvah during the
services this Saturday morning
at 9:30.
Junior Services
Junior Congregational services
will be conducted Saturday
morning at 10:30.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies for
adults will begin at Beth David
for members and friends, Mon-
day evening December 8th in the
following courses: from 7:30 to
8:30 the "Kolol" group under the
direction of Cantor Marbein;
8:30 to 9:30 elementary and con-
versational Hebrew taught by
Mr. Louis Gadon and a course in
Hebraic civilization conducted
by Rabbi Max Shapiro from 9:30
to 10:30.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max hapiro will conduct
the Rabbinical hour over W.I.O.
D. This Sunday from 4:30 to 5 p.
m. He will speak on the subject,
"In the Spirit of True Thanksgiv-
ing." Cantor Marbein will be in
charge of the musical program.
In Memoriam
The following names of the be-
loved ones who are inscribed in
our Book of Life and whose
Yahrzeiten occurs this coming
week, will be mentioned during
the late services Friday night:
Menachem Mendel, father of
Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam
Haas; Avrohom, father of Mrs.
Louis Hayman; Rikle, mother of
Mr. Louis Gordon; Mordecai,
father of Mrs. Louis Miller;
Chaya, mother of Mrs. Hoffman.
Barn Dance
Beth David Sisterhood will
sponsor its annual barn dance,
Sunday evening, November 30th
at Beth David Auditorium at 9
o'clock. Andy Boyett's most
famous W.Q.A.M. Hill-Billy band
will provide the music for danc-
ing, and prizes for the funniest
costumes will be awarded. Mrs.
Sam Weissel, general chairman,
and Sam Weisell co-chairman
announce the following commit-
tees who are serving with them:
refreshments, Mrs. J. Engler,
Mrs. E. Hinkes, Mrs. N. Jacobs
and Mrs. S. Rauzin; booths, Mrs.
S M Goodman and Mrs. Dave
Washer; door, Mrs. Sol. Weinkle,
Sam Weissel; entertainment,
Jack August, Isador Fine, Morris
Pepper, Al Quadow and Nat
Zalka. A real old fashioned dance
is assured to all.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. l941


BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Brotman accompanied on the
piano by Miss Doris Adlcr; selec-
tions by Cantor Mamches, words
of greetings by Rabbi Meschcl-
off. and a review of A. J. Cronin"s
recent novel, "Keys to the
Kingdom,'." by Mrs. I. Weinstein.
Mrs. I. L. Mintzer and a com-
mittee of members will serve as
the hostesses.
Religious School
Rehearsals are being held of
two playlets and a number of
candle drills which will be pre-
sented as our annual Chanuka
entertainment. The children's
program will be held in conjunc-
tion with the monthly meeting
of our Parent-Teachers' Associr/
tion meeting. Sunday, December
21. Some sixty children will par-
ticipate in the stage program.
Our glee club will render a num-
ber of holiday songs. Reserve the
date.
The following children par-
ticipated in last Sunday's As-
sembly program: Beatrice Licht.
Rochelle Brooks, Barbara Lei-
bowitz, Boverley Steinberg,
Jaqueline Goldfarb. A r 1 e n e
Foster, Rebecca Boyarsky.
Sandra Green, Helene Sasoon.
Jerry Berkowitz. Franklin
Schoonbaum. Adrienne Seigel.
Jimmy Burton. Ada Mae Lurie.
Gladys Gewirtz and Carol
Simensky.
Faculty Meeting
Our faculty meets each Sunday
from 12 to 12:30 p. m. for discus-
sion in pedagogic methods under
T
TELLS OF ARRIVAL
OP 7IJEFIHS
By E. M. ELIAS
Mitchell Wolfson
Vice Chairman 1942 Federation
Campaign Fund Drive
the leadership of our Rabbi.
Condolence
Our deepest sympathies are
extended to the family and many
friends of the late Harry Bast
taken from this world in his
twentieth year. May the Al-
mighty comfort the bereaved.
C. I. O. PARLEY DENOUNCES
ANTI-SEMITES AS HITLERITES
Detroit (WNS) Declaring that
"national unity is essential," the
annual convention of the C. I. O,
adopted a resolution denouncing
the "efforts of any such as Lind-
bergh to disunite the American
people on such un-American is-
sues as anti-Semitism." The reso-
lution added that these anti-Se-
mites "must be ferreted out and
exposed as Hitler's fifth column."
Part of the resolution read:
"The American people demand
that all aids of Hitler in this
country, be they our home-grown
Quislings or the representatitves
of his puppet states, such as
Vichy, must not be permitted to
cause discension or sow seeds of
disunity in this nation. Only
through the united effort of all
our people to protect our great
nation through the support of our
clear foreign policy shall we sur-
vive with the heritage of our
founders kept intact."
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
Vice Chairman 1942 Federation [p&**V?7^_ 9w
Campaign Fund Dr.v
Willomstad. Curacao (WNS-
ANETA)Seventy-nine refugees,
some of whom have wandered
eight to thirteen years in search
of a resting place, are now enjoy-
ing their first haven in the new
world in the safety of this Ne-
therlands West Indies Island ter-
ritory.
Freshly washed and clothed by
the authorities, the refugees are
being fed in military- kitchens
getting "better food than we have
had in many years." as one of
them put itand grateful to the
Netherlands Government for
granting them asylum, while they
waited for refugee-relief organi-
zations to arrange permanent set-
tlement for them in the Western
Hemisphere.
Eleven of the exiles are in the
hospital for treatment of minor
diseases. Of the others, the men
the women and children have
have been placed in a camp and
been housed in a comfortable
quarantine building. The group
includes 35 women. 27 men and
17 children.
Their present clean, reasonably
comfortable appearance contrasts
sharply with the picture of ab-
ject misery they presented when
they disembarked on Wednesday
from the Spanish steamship Cabo
do Hornos. which was on its
way back to Europe after un-
successful efforts to disembark
its passengers in South American
countries when the Netherlands
Government in London granted a
temporary haven for them there.
Twenty-four of the refugees are
Catholics and the rest are Jews,
Classified by nationality they in-
clude 18 Polish citizens. 25
Czechs, 7 Belgians, 15 Rumanians.
3 Frenchmen. 2 Italians. 2 Swiss,
4 Austrians and three Russians.
Their passports provide an in-
dex of how the map of the world
has changed in recent years.
Many of them have documents
issued by states which no longer
exist. Their passports bear visas
of many countries, even one from
the Vatican State.
The refugees told this corres-
pondent they had sailed from
Marseille. France, last January.
Their ship was halted by Dakar,
where they were held for four
and a half months. Some of them
were forced to work on the Trans-
Sahara railroad amid the burning
desert heat. After this exper-
ience they proceeded to Casa-
blanca, where they were interned
for two and a half months. Final-
y they set out again for the new
world on the Cabo dc Hornos,
only to find they could not gain
to South America.
The Red Cross Roll Call merits
your support. Enroll now!
In recognition of his many years of leadership in philanthropic
work, notably his services in behalf of Jewish victims of war and
persecution overseas, Paul Baerwald, Honorary Chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee, was awarded the honorary degree
of Doctor of Hebrew Letters by the Hebrew Union College of Cin-
cinnati, oldest Jewish theological institution in America, at its
Fall Convocation in Temple Fmanti-E) in New York City. Mr.
Baerwald is shown with Dr. Julian Morgenstem (left). President
of Hebrew Union College, who va(erred the degree.
Sam
Chairman
Campaign
Federation
Drive
William Taradash
Vice Chairman 1942 Federation
Campaign Fund Drive
NEW IMPROVEMENTS TO BE
MADE BY CEMETERY GROUP
TEMPLE ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
ning, the memory of the follow
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Isadore
Lipton, father of Mr. J0S m
Lipton; Malcolm H. Ulman
husband of Mrs. Rose Ulman '
Yahrzeits: Fanny Diamant
mother of Mrs. Rose Raff; Sophie
Kahn, mother of Mr. Albert L
Kahn; Isaac Eichengreen. father
of Mr. Dave Eichengreeen-
Charles Lerner, father of Mrs B
W. Slote and Mrs. B. B, Berkeiey:
Florence Kirstein, wife of Mr
Sam'l M. Kirstein: Moses
Wronker, father of Mr. Herman
Wronker; Sara Raskin, sister of
Mrs. Charles Beckwitt; Rebecca
Weinstein, mother of Mrs M C
Frank.
Floral offerings of last week
were presented in memory of
Herbert Theobald and Julius
Gustav Mendelson.
The Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association has ap-
proved rough plans for the im-
provements of the new cemetery
recently purchased according to
a statement made by A. Pepper,
president of the organization.
He further stated that a program
of action from now on would be
the policy of the group.
The installation of officers took
place November 16th at the Astor
Hotel before an invited gathering
of 100 people all acttively inter-
ested and connected with the
work of the association and its
affiliated bodies. The cemetery
association is composed of repre-
sentatives of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, Beth Da-
vid Congregation. Beth Jacob
Congregation and the Sisterhood
Chesed Shel Emeth and acts as
an autonomous group serving the
Jewish people.
Officers installed were A. Pep-
per, president: H. M. Drewich,
vice president: Sidney Palmer,
secretary: and Harry Wasserman.
treasurer.
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
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PAGE SEVEN
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informal breakfast given by Mr.
Day J- Apte of Miami and Mr.
Samuel Kipnis of Jacksonville.
Mr. Ernest Maas, chairman of
the local arrangements commit-
tee welcomed those attending.
The morning session was devoted
to the refugee resettlement pro-
gram in the State, with Mr. El-
ry Stone, president of Florida Re-
settlement Committee, as chair-
man.
Communities submitted reports
as to the part that they played
in this program with Mack Roth,
Daytona Beach; Mrs. Alexander
prost, Jacksonville; Philip N.
Selber, Jacksonville; Joseph
Wolf. Lakeland; Miss Bess Span-
ner. Miami; Mrs. Gertrude Da-
vis, Miami; J. Lyons, Orlando;
Frank J. Shames, Sanford; L. A.
not entering the country were
unfounded and that the integra-
tion problem was still prominent-
ly existent.
The guest speaker of the morn-
ing session was Mr. Ephriam R.
Gomberg. director of Community
relations of the National Refugee
Service, who was introduced by
Mr. Alexander Brest of Jackson-
ville. Mr. Gomberg reviewed the
reports of the Florida committees
in their relation to the general
refugee work being done through-
out the country. He termed Flor-
ida resettlement program suc-
cessful, and that it was not to be
guaged by the individual failures
of some communities. Through
conferences and sessions similar
to this one, there would come a
solution to the problem of the
apethetic attitudes on the part of
members of communities toward
the refugee problem. A panel
discussion followed participated
in by Mr. Ernest M. Gunzburg,
executive field director for the
State of Florida, Mr. Al B. Block
of Tallahassee, and Mr. Gomberg.
Mr. Fred Perlman of Tampa
was chairman of the luncheon
session. He presented the speak-
er, Mr. Isidor Coons, exeutive
vice-chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal, who spoke on behalf
of the American Joint Distribu-
tion Committee, the United Pal-
estine Appeal, and the National
Refugee Service. He stated that
American Jews have not kept
pace with the increased needs of
world Jewry, and that sacrifices
must be made for the cause in
order that this great need be met
so that the work may effectively
be carried on here as well as in
Europe.
Mr. Day J. Apte presided at the
afternoon session and introduced
Mr. Richard E. Gutstadt of the
Joint Defense Appeal of Anti-
defamation League and American
Jewish Committee. He spoke of
the perplexing situation the above
agencies have to contend with in
this country, which is so peculiar-
ly susceptible to propaganda. He
emphasized that the problem is
not a Jewish one, but is the con-
cern of every lover of freedom.
'Therefore, it is our responsibili-
ty," He pleaded with the audi-
ence to carry his message back to
their communities so that there
will be no relaxation in the pro-
Albert E. Berkeley m for defense work and in
selected as regional chairman mamtaimng the integrity of the
of the Florida State Resettlement Jewish community.
Committee for the Miami area. Hirgch M of
Mr. Berkeley is a member of the n South.
Miami Refugee Committee and Miam> prcsi*em ^
*" "f th* Greater Mlam' FStion!f and Welfare Funds,
who presided at the closing ses-
sion, introduced Mr. David H.
Lasarow of Jacksonville, who
discussed the question of fund-
raising and his successful exper-
ience in directing the Federation
campaign in Jacksonville.
Mr. Max Orovitz of Miami, dis-
Swivel Chair
(CONTINUED FROM
PAGE 4)
board
the corporation in a board of
trustees of not less than three nor
more than seven The follow-
ing gives us a good laugh: "Their
tenure of office shall be for life
depending upon good behavior,
with active retirement
privilege at the age of 75 years,
with all emoluments and honor
running with their life" We
wouldn't be surprised to learn
that the "trustees for life" are
the boys who thought up the idea
in the first place.
To Run or Not to Run?
Should Jews run for public of-
fice in these times? Someone
posed this question for us at a
dinner the other evening .The
argument against the proposition
ran as follows: Every time that
a Jew seeks political preferment
he lends substantiation to the
charge that Jews control the gov-
ernment.
So far has this point of view
been pushed by some that some-
times Jews actually have sought
to defeat Jewish candidates lest
their election bring about in-
creased anti-Jewish feeling.
Our own feeling" in the matter
is quite definite Jews should
not hesitate to run for public of-
fice provided they are qualified
. But it should be the responsi-
bility of the Jewish community
to insure, insofar as possible, that j
only the highest type of Jew put |
himself forth as a candidate .
Sad is the spectacle of the non-
representative Jew with an un-
desirable record who sometimes
runs for office.
As a matter of general
principle, though, we repeat: The
respectable Jew in office, the
decent citizen, can be a credit
not only to his coreligionists but
to the American democracy of
which he is part Only the
super-sensitive Jews and those
who have fallen prey to the Nazi
AMERICA FIRST TO
HEELEJM11944
New York (WNS)Leaders of
the America First Committee,
meeting recently in Washington,
discussed the "organization of a
new party to back isolationist
congressional and State candid-
ates in next year's crucial elec-
tinos, as a prelude to a Presiden-
tial ticket in 1944. headed by
Lindbergh and Wheeler." ac-
cording to Drew Pearson and
propagandists will deny this type I Robert S. Allen, syndicated col-
of Jew the privilege of public! umnists.
preferment.
Gut Shabbos!
Mr. Boxorman is the director of
the Florida Regional Office. Anti-
Defamatlon League! with head-
quarters at Miami.
RACE SECRETARY RECEIVES
FIRST CONDITION BOOKS
tion of Funds." He explained
the functions and the make-up
of a Budget Committee and
stressed the fact that the mem-
bers and the views of this com-
mittee should be truly representa-
tive of community interests.
A brilliant resume of the day's
proceedings by Mr. Stanley C.
Myers closed the session.
secretary of the Greater
Jewish Federation.
Cohen, St. Petersburg; Fred Perl-
man, Tampa; Rabbi Manuel
Greenstein, West Palm Beach,
participating.
The summary of the reports in-
dicated that job placements were
anu '' j" r ,, Hiffi. I Mr Max urovuz oi """, un-
becoming more and more dim- mr. m-* .- f -Alloca-
cult, rumors that refugees were | cussed the question ot
Robert S. Shelley, racing secre-
tary and handicapper at Tropical
Park, today received from the
printer for distribution among
horsemen, condition books for the
first eleven days of the Gables
Racing Association's meeting
scheduled for opening on Satur-
day, December 20th. This meet-
ing, which will run through
Tuesday. January 13, will inau
gurate Florida's 1941-42 season
of racing.
The condition book is a notable
one for two reasons: First, be-
cause it lists appreciable increases
in the value of each of the Satur-
day and holiday feature races
and. secondly, because it reveals
the new management's policy of
emphasizing long-distance racing.
The columnists reported that
among those who attended the
America First pow-wow were
Senators Burton K. Wheeler and
Gerald P. Nye, Representative
Karl Mundt and Archbishop
Francis Beckman. whose recent
coast to coast appeasement ad-
dress shocked the nation. Gen.
Robert Wood. America First
chairman, presided.
In addition to the organization
of a new political party, the
America Firsters. according to
the newspaper men, discussed
the following points: (DA move
to impeach Secretary of the Navy
Frank Knox: (2) An anti-war
drive among the clergy on the
basis that Communism will sweep
over the U. S. if we become in-
volved in war. and (3) Redoubled
''; agitation, with Lindbergh. Wheel-
er, Nye and other rallies in every
section coupled with an intensi-
fied radio barrage. __________
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JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
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chairman of the State Conference
held in Tampa. November 16th.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 194!
B'nai B'rith
Not
es
Br MILTON FRIEDMAN
The Democrats celebrated
Thanksgiving last Thurs. and the
Republicans do so this Thurs. I'll
bet a new party came into exist-
ence this week and many of you
had turkey dinners on both days.
I spoke to Jennie Rotfort the
other day. There is one women
that is truly a human dynamo.
Just as an example of her
energy let me tell you what she
did about two weeks ago. First,
she took a trip to Jacksonville
and attended a luncheon of the
Bnai Brith Lodge. That same
afternoon she addressed a
gathering of ladies at a tea held
in the Roosevelt Hotel. At this
latter gathering the groundwork
was laid for the formation of an-
other auxiliaary. Then, without
further ado, she journeyed to
Washington to attend a meeting
of the national officers of the
auxiliary. Jennie, you know, is
Dist. 5 Pres. of the Aux. This
meeting was the first held by the
National Supreme Council. Did
you know that she was offered
the national second vice-presi-
dency but turned it down be-
cause she was too busy? Most
people would have accepted just
to receive the honor. Your tops
in my book, Jennie. This district
and Jennie were further honored
with the presentation of a cup
by the Supreme Council for hav-
ing increased the district mem-
bership more this year than the
increase in any other district.
The meeting also featured inci-
dentally addresses by Mrs. Henry
Morgenthau. Jr.. wife of the U.
S. treasurer. Bernard Postal of
the B. B. publicity dept., Edward
Grusd. editor of the Bnai Brith
inagazine, Julius Bisno Exec.
Secy of A. Z. A., and Max Baer
BB Vocational Guidance head.
Amongst other things the ladies
decided to have an executive
secretary with offices in Wash.
Since the last meeting when
nominations took place there has
been some activity on the politi-
cal front if such it can be called.
For the office of financial secre-
tary, the nominees had been
Arthur Rifas and Sam Silver.
However, I am now informed
that Bro. Rifas had declined to
run. Congratulations are there-
fore due Sam upon his becoming
our new financial secretary. I
know Sam will really put in hard
work in his new position.
Our membership drive is pro-
gressing fairly nicely and new
members are being signed up
daily. However we will still have
to go some to reach our goal of
100 new members by Dec. 9th.
Come on brothers, make up your
minds to go out and get at least
one applicant during the next
two weeks. You would be sur-
prised how really easy it is.
On the other hand delinquent
dues payments are coming in too
slowly. To run the Lodge ef-
ficiently, to accomplish the most
good, funds are necessary. Every
little bit helps. Incidentally, only
paid up members will be permit-
ted to vote at the elections so it
is important that dues be sent in
immediately, for the brothers to
get the full benefits of their
membership.
Plans are progressing with re-
gard to the B. B. sponsored lec-
ture to be held in Miami with the
renowed William Shirer of "Ber-
lin Diary" fame as the speaker.
Mr. Shirer will come here, ten-
tively, on the night of Feb. 21st.
We will have to sell every avail-
able seat because we are commit-
ted to use the proceeds for
charity and the bigger the house
the easier it will be for us to
meet our obligations.
It is deadline time again so
will bid you all a fond adios
until next week at this same
time.
The Jewish Floridian is equip-
ped to handle anything in the line
of commercial printing. Just call
2-1141 and a representative will
call at your convenience.
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
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Whenever a problem arises involv-
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(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
of them exiles from Hitlerland.
We always thought Gypsy Rose
Lee. the strip-teaser who recent-
ly authored that best-selling mys-
tery thriller "The G-String Mur-
ders," was of Czech descent
but now we discover that no less
an authority on non-Aryanism
than the Berliner Illustrierte Zei-
tung insists that she's a "New
York Jewess ... P. S.: We still
think the lady is of Czech ances-
try, as we feel that the evidence
to the contrary comes from a
none too reliable source The
world's first television broadcast,
we learn, was made by Vivienne
Segal and Toscaninia combina-
tion easy on both eye and ear, as
you realize Capt. Morry Co-
hen of Pittsburgh and Fort Mon-
roe suggests that the one theme
song Hitler couldn't use for his
radio broadcasts is "I Don't Want
to Set the World on Fire."
ANECDOTE
Jan Peerce, the greatest tenor
since Caruso, and probably the
finest voice ever produced by the
Jews, is known from coast to
coast through his radio broad-
casts and Victor Records, but his
physical appearance is familiar
only to the relatively small num-
ber of concert-goers This
factor is responsible for the fol-
lowing incident on one of his
Southern tours He dropped
into a local baroer shop for a
shave, and the barber started to
talk about the season's main
event, the Peerce concert Un-
aware that his customer was the
tenor himself, the barber in-
formed him: "The hall's sold out
if you want to go you'll have
to stand" "Just my luck!"
said Jan ... "I always have to
stand when that fellow sings."
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p. m.
Religious School and Temple
Youth Club will not meet this
Sunday, on account of the Union
of American Hebrew Congrega-
tions convention in West Palm
Beach.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m.
Sisterhood weekly sewing day,
Wednesday from 9 to 5, for the
American Red Cross, British War
Relief Society, and Bundles for
Britain.
Adult Bible and Hebrew Class,
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
"The Only Synagogue in Brow-
ard County."
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CUSTOM TAILORING
1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812
To The
Gentleman. ..
For ha who takes particular
pride in his appearance, we of-
fer the services of maeter tail.
ora, skilled in the art of creating
and correctly fitting clothes
which enhance hia own person.
ality and taate.
We are now ehowing a large as.
eortment of the Newest Colors
in Fine Fabrica for Evening,
Sporte and Business Wear.
Now Open for the 18th
Consecutive Season
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RUBENSTEIN'S intend to register
the .sai.l name with the Clerk pf the
.ircul. Court of l.yle^unty^.oji.h,
HELENA FARKAS
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BARIUZoN ATT. HOTEL Intend to
reglater the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
KlorWa- JACOB CHAVM
BENJAMIN CHAVES
LEON CHAVES
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FLAGLER MEMORIAL GKOL'l' AS-
SOCIATES' intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of l>nde County. Florida.
ALFRED GOTTESMAN
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ZISSEN'S BOWERY intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida. HyMAN z|ssKN
LOllS ZISSEN
CHARLES ZISSEN
If. L- ZISSEN
DOROTHY ZISSEN
LILLIAN ZISSEN
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at 666
Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Fla.. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dude County. Florida.
EMIL BENZELL
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPPE in-
tends tn reglater ihe said name with
the Clerk of I he Circuit Court of Dude
County, Florida.
CHARLES WEINSTEIN
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-28 12 ".-12-19
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO GOWN SHOPPE, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
MOLLIE WEINSTEIN
ISAAC JOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-28 12/3-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL BALM CANDIES intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
BECLAH SUGARMAN
11/14-21-2S 12/5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAMS TROPICAL FRUIT ft VEGE-
TABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola
Way. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
MRS. OCSSIE JACOBSKIND
11/14-21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE IS1 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
VINCENT APARTMENTS. Miami
Beach. Florida, Intends to register
the Mid name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida.
YETTA BODENSTEIN
MARTIN GENET
Attorney for Applicant
KI/31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROBINSON FRUIT SHIPPER,
mi.mis to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
YALE GORDON
11/28 12/3-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice la hereby given that the under-
signed, pursuant to the 'Fictitious
Name Statute." House BUI No. 1175,
Chapter No. 20953. Lawa of Florida.
1941, will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, upon receipt of proof of
publication of this notice, the ficti-
tious name, to-wit: TROPICS HOTEL,
under which we are engaged In busi-
ness at number 1352 Collins Avenue.
In the City of Miami Beach, Florida.
That the parties interested in said
business enterprise, are as follows:
DAVID OOLDIN
ETHEL OOLDIN
11/28 12/3-12-19-26
R. W. BROWN & CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertilizer Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertiliser
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homeatead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami, Fla.
PHONE 4-S375
The Red Cross Roll Call merits
your support Enroll now!
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVpTITT
the undersigned, desiring to '"..,..
In business under the flrtltl,,,, **'
Of AI-YCE MAY^-E in!en,i,'r 2fi
ter the said name with the Clerkft
Florida'' CUrt r ** OS*!
10/31 11/7-14-21-28 A''YCE KATZ
Intend* to register the said name the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Da
County. Florida. "'Uld
10/31 11/7-14-21-28 MAR'K ZUBE*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to angaas,
'1 !,u".ln.e88 under the fictitious name
of DIXIE CASH MARKET intend,
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida. *
NATHAN ALEXANDER
10/31 11/7-14-21-28 MUBb,
NOTICE IS HEREBY tJlVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name or
LOVE MANOR APTS. at 830 15th
St.. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida. "*'
SIMPSON J. ROSENBERG
10/31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage Id
business under the fictitious name of
LUBY CHEVROLET CO. lntenda to
register the said name with the Clerk.
of the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
SOUTHLAND MOTORS. INC.,
a Florida Corporation
10/31 11/7-14-21-28
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOTEL DAVIS Intends to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RUBEN SHAPIRO
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of JIMMIE'S RESTAURANT intend
to register the eald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TOM RIGGIN8
JAMES F. VAIR
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of L. C. BAR at 600 5th St..' Miami
Beach. Florida. Intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade Countv Florida,
BERNARD COHEN
MURRAY GLACKMAN
1I/7-14-21-2S 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
FIFTH AVENUE SUNDRIES at 74J
N. W. 5th Ave.. Miami. Florida, intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
C. STALI.ONE
JIMMIE JAMES
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GENERAL KOSHER MARKET at
1169 West Flagler St.. Miami. Florida,
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I>ade
County, Florida.
I. PA8HKOW __
MOLLIE PASHKOW
MARTIN GENET
Attorney for Applicants
11/14-21-28 12/5-12________^_______
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nameof
KILIAIWS HOTEL at 127 27th BL.
Miami Reach. Florida, intends to-
register the said name with the ( lerK
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
11/14-21-28 12/5-12
ABE H. MAZOR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LEONARD'S Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
JAMES LEONARD
11/14-21-28 12/5-12___________________
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of EHRLICH BROS, intend to register
the said name with the Clerk olr the-
Circuit Court of Dade County. Fior-
MORRIS EHRLICaf
SAM EHRLICH
11/7-14-21-28 12/5______________________
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND"
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIO*-
IN CHANCERY
NO. 71465
EDGAR H. MOHR.
Plaintiff,
ye.
HELEN C. MOHR.
Defendnnt
TO: HELEN C. MOHR
915 Tatnall Street. Apt. 9
Wilmington. Delaware.
IT IS ORDERED that you file >"
Appearance on or before ttu" 1st <
of December. A. I). 1941. to> the HI" <'
Complaint for Divorce filed in i"
above styled cause, otherwise a decree
pro confesso will be entered again**
'"THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN des-
ignated aa the newspaper to *"*T
this order ahall be published
week for four conaecutlve we-
This 29th day of October A.
"4IE. B. WEATHERMAN Clerk
Circuit Court. DeuJe County, wm.
,S"') By R. H. Vm, JR="
Deputy Clerk
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/J1 11/7-14-21-28


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PAGE SIX fJewist noridiar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. l 941 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) Brotman accompanied on the piano by Miss Doris Adlcr; selections by Cantor Mamches, words of greetings by Rabbi Meschcloff. and a review of A. J. Cronin"s recent novel, "Keys to the Kingdom,'." by Mrs. I. Weinstein. Mrs. I. L. Mintzer and a committee of members will serve as the hostesses. Religious School Rehearsals are being held of two playlets and a number of candle drills which will be presented as our annual Chanuka entertainment. The children's program will be held in conjunction with the monthly meeting of our Parent-Teachers' Associr/ tion meeting. Sunday, December 21. Some sixty children will participate in the stage program. Our glee club will render a number of holiday songs. Reserve the date. The following children participated in last Sunday's Assembly program: Beatrice Licht. Rochelle Brooks, Barbara Leibowitz, Boverley Steinberg, Jaqueline Goldfarb. A r 1 e n e Foster, Rebecca Boyarsky. Sandra Green, Helene Sasoon. Jerry Berkowitz. Franklin Schoonbaum. Adrienne Seigel. Jimmy Burton. Ada Mae Lurie. Gladys Gewirtz and Carol Simensky. Faculty Meeting Our faculty meets each Sunday from 12 to 12:30 p. m. for discussion in pedagogic methods under T TELLS OF ARRIVAL OP 7IJEFIHS By E. M. ELIAS Mitchell Wolfson Vice Chairman 1942 Federation Campaign Fund Drive the leadership of our Rabbi. Condolence Our deepest sympathies are extended to the family and many friends of the late Harry Bast taken from this world in his twentieth year. May the Almighty comfort the bereaved. C. I. O. PARLEY DENOUNCES ANTI-SEMITES AS HITLERITES Detroit (WNS)— Declaring that "national unity is essential," the annual convention of the C. I. O, adopted a resolution denouncing the "efforts of any such as Lindbergh to disunite the American people on such un-American issues as anti-Semitism." The resolution added that these anti-Semites "must be ferreted out and exposed as Hitler's fifth column." Part of the resolution read: "The American people demand that all aids of Hitler in this country, be they our home-grown Quislings or the representatitves of his puppet states, such as Vichy, must not be permitted to cause discension or sow seeds of disunity in this nation. Only through the united effort of all our people to protect our great nation through the support of our clear foreign policy shall we survive with the heritage of our founders kept intact." MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH Vice Chairman 1942 Federation [p&**V?7^ 9w Campaign Fund Dr.v Willomstad. Curacao (WNSANETA)—Seventy-nine refugees, some of whom have wandered eight to thirteen years in search of a resting place, are now enjoying their first haven in the new world in the safety of this Netherlands West Indies Island territory. Freshly washed and clothed by the authorities, the refugees are being fed in military kitchens— getting "better food than we have had in many years." as one of them put it—and grateful to the Netherlands Government for granting them asylum, while they waited for refugee-relief organizations to arrange permanent settlement for them in the Western Hemisphere. Eleven of the exiles are in the hospital for treatment of minor diseases. Of the others, the men the women and children have have been placed in a camp and been housed in a comfortable quarantine building. The group includes 35 women. 27 men and 17 children. Their present clean, reasonably comfortable appearance contrasts sharply with the picture of abject misery they presented when they disembarked on Wednesday from the Spanish steamship Cabo do Hornos. which was on its way back to Europe after unsuccessful efforts to disembark its passengers in South American countries when the Netherlands Government in London granted a temporary haven for them there. Twenty-four of the refugees are Catholics and the rest are Jews, Classified by nationality they include 18 Polish citizens. 25 Czechs, 7 Belgians, 15 Rumanians. 3 Frenchmen. 2 Italians. 2 Swiss, 4 Austrians and three Russians. Their passports provide an index of how the map of the world has changed in recent years. Many of them have documents issued by states which no longer exist. Their passports bear visas of many countries, even one from the Vatican State. The refugees told this correspondent they had sailed from Marseille. France, last January. Their ship was halted by Dakar, where they were held for four and a half months. Some of them were forced to work on the TransSahara railroad amid the burning desert heat. After this experience they proceeded to Casablanca, where they were interned for two and a half months. Finaly they set out again for the new world on the Cabo dc Hornos, only to find they could not gain to South America. The Red Cross Roll Call merits your support. Enroll now! In recognition of his many years of leadership in philanthropic work, notably his services in behalf of Jewish victims of war and persecution overseas, Paul Baerwald, Honorary Chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee, was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Hebrew Letters by the Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati, oldest Jewish theological institution in America, at its Fall Convocation in Temple Fmanti-E) in New York City. Mr. Baerwald is shown with Dr. Julian Morgenstem (left). President of Hebrew Union College, who va( erred the degree. Sam Chairman Campaign Federation Drive William Taradash Vice Chairman 1942 Federation Campaign Fund Drive NEW IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE BY CEMETERY GROUP TEMPLE ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) ning, the memory of the foll ow ing will be hallowed: Recently departed: Isadore Lipton, father of Mr. J 0S M Lipton; Malcolm H. Ulman husband of Mrs. Rose Ulman Yahrzeits: Fanny Diamant mother of Mrs. Rose Raff; Sophie Kahn, mother of Mr. Albert L Kahn; Isaac Eichengreen. father of Mr. Dave EichengreeenCharles Lerner, father of Mrs B W. Slote and Mrs. B. B, Berkeiey : Florence Kirstein, wife of Mr Sam'l M. Kirstein: Moses Wronker, father of Mr. Herman Wronker; Sara Raskin, sister of Mrs. Charles Beckwitt; Rebecca Weinstein, mother of Mrs M C Frank. • Floral offerings of last week were presented in memory of Herbert Theobald and Julius Gustav Mendelson. The Greater Miami Jewish Cemetery Association has approved rough plans for the improvements of the new cemetery recently purchased according to a statement made by A. Pepper, president of the organization. He further stated that a program of action from now on would be the policy of the group. The installation of officers took place November 16th at the Astor Hotel before an invited gathering of 100 people all acttively interested and connected with the work of the association and its affiliated bodies. The cemetery association is composed of representatives of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, Beth David Congregation. Beth Jacob Congregation and the Sisterhood Chesed Shel Emeth and acts as an autonomous group serving the Jewish people. Officers installed were A. Pepper, president: H. M. Drewich, vice president: Sidney Palmer, secretary: and Harry Wasserman. treasurer. Miami Jewish Federation Campaign begins Sunday, January 18th. TO CHECK V*3 MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH J^' IN 7DAYS 666 I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street For Safety, Security and Liberal Return Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation l>AIMi FEIMRAVL 9 • MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON. President



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•1 PAGE EIGHT + kn i sI fhrkUan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 194! B'nai B'rith Not es Br MILTON FRIEDMAN The Democrats celebrated Thanksgiving last Thurs. and the Republicans do so this Thurs. I'll bet a new party came into existence this week and many of you had turkey dinners on both days. I spoke to Jennie Rotfort the other day. There is one women that is truly a human dynamo. Just as an example of her energy let me tell you what she did about two weeks ago. First, she took a trip to Jacksonville and attended a luncheon of the Bnai Brith Lodge. That same afternoon she addressed a gathering of ladies at a tea held in the Roosevelt Hotel. At this latter gathering the groundwork was laid for the formation of another auxiliaary. Then, without further ado, she journeyed to Washington to attend a meeting of the national officers of the auxiliary. Jennie, you know, is Dist. 5 Pres. of the Aux. This meeting was the first held by the National Supreme Council. Did you know that she was offered the national second vice-presidency but turned it down because she was too busy? Most people would have accepted just to receive the honor. Your tops in my book, Jennie. This district and Jennie were further honored with the presentation of a cup by the Supreme Council for having increased the district membership more this year than the increase in any other district. The meeting also featured incidentally addresses by Mrs. Henry Morgenthau. Jr.. wife of the U. S. treasurer. Bernard Postal of the B. B. publicity dept., Edward Grusd. editor of the Bnai Brith inagazine, Julius Bisno Exec. Secy of A. Z. A., and Max Baer BB Vocational Guidance head. Amongst other things the ladies decided to have an executive secretary with offices in Wash. Since the last meeting when nominations took place there has been some activity on the political front if such it can be called. For the office of financial secretary, the nominees had been Arthur Rifas and Sam Silver. However, I am now informed that Bro. Rifas had declined to run. Congratulations are therefore due Sam upon his becoming our new financial secretary. I know Sam will really put in hard work in his new position. Our membership drive is progressing fairly nicely and new members are being signed up daily. However we will still have to go some to reach our goal of 100 new members by Dec. 9th. Come on brothers, make up your minds to go out and get at least one applicant during the next two weeks. You would be surprised how really easy it is. On the other hand delinquent dues payments are coming in too slowly. To run the Lodge efficiently, to accomplish the most good, funds are necessary. Every little bit helps. Incidentally, only paid up members will be permitted to vote at the elections so it is important that dues be sent in immediately, for the brothers to get the full benefits of their membership. Plans are progressing with regard to the B. B. sponsored lecture to be held in Miami with the renowed William Shirer of "Berlin Diary" fame as the speaker. Mr. Shirer will come here, tentively, on the night of Feb. 21st. We will have to sell every available seat because we are committed to use the proceeds for charity and the bigger the house the easier it will be for us to meet our obligations. It is deadline time again so will bid you all a fond adios until next week at this same time. The Jewish Floridian is equipped to handle anything in the line of commercial printing. Just call 2-1141 and a representative will call at your convenience. Miami Jewish Federation Campaign begins Sunday, January 18th. JEW All Holidays Rosh Chodesh Kislev Chanukah Rosh Chodesh Tebeth Fast of Tebeth ISH CALENDAR Start the Preceding Evening 5702 1941 Thursday and Friday, Nov. 20 5 to 20 Dec. 21 22 21 23 Dec. 1 Saturday and Sunday, Dec Tuesday, AUGUST STUDIO oi Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida FOR SALE Old Established Tailoring Establishment with Dry Cleaning and Laundry Agency For Sale on Account of Retirement. P. O. BOX 2973 MIAMI. FLORIDA F. A. PETERSON, District Manager The services of our Accounting En* gineering Research Diviaion are Available to you—without charge—at any time. Whenever a problem arises involving printed forma or their uee, we invite you to take advantage of thia aervlce. CORAL GABLES. FLA. P. O. Box 4473 PHONE 4-4240 The Shelby Salesbook Co. I HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN *—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOUf Phone MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILU8 We Sincerely Believe That Thar* la No Batter Dairy Product Than HOME MILK STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) of them exiles from Hitlerland. We always thought Gypsy Rose Lee. the strip-teaser who recently authored that best-selling mystery thriller "The G-String Murders," was of Czech descent— but now we discover that no less an authority on non-Aryanism than the Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung insists that she's a "New York Jewess ... P. S.: We still think the lady is of Czech ancestry, as we feel that the evidence to the contrary comes from a none too reliable source The world's first television broadcast, we learn, was made by Vivienne Segal and Toscanini—a combination easy on both eye and ear, as you realize Capt. Morry Cohen of Pittsburgh and Fort Monroe suggests that the one theme song Hitler couldn't use for his radio broadcasts is "I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire." ANECDOTE Jan Peerce, the greatest tenor since Caruso, and probably the finest voice ever produced by the Jews, is known from coast to coast through his radio broadcasts and Victor Records, but his physical appearance is familiar only to the relatively small number of concert-goers This factor is responsible for the following incident on one of his Southern tours He dropped into a local baroer shop for a shave, and the barber started to talk about the season's main event, the Peerce concert Unaware that his customer was the tenor himself, the barber informed him: "The hall's sold out —if you want to go you'll have to stand" "Just my luck!" said Jan ... "I always have to stand when that fellow sings." Miami Jewish Federation Campaign begins Sunday, January 18th. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School and Temple Youth Club will not meet this Sunday, on account of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations convention in West Palm Beach. Sisterhood meeting Monday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood weekly sewing day, Wednesday from 9 to 5, for the American Red Cross, British War Relief Society, and Bundles for Britain. Adult Bible and Hebrew Class, Wednesday at 8 p. m. "The Only Synagogue in Broward County." FINE CUSTOM TAILORING 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-3812 To The Gentleman For ha who takes particular pride in his appearance, we offer the services of maeter tail. ora, skilled in the art of creating and correctly fitting clothes which enhance hia own person. ality and taate. We are now ehowing a large as. eortment of the Newest Colors in Fine Fabrica for Evening, Sporte and Business Wear. Now Open for the 18th Consecutive Season LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RUBENSTEIN'S intend to register the .sai.l name with the Clerk pf the %  ircul. Court of l.yle^unty^.oji.h, HELENA FARKAS 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BARIUZoN ATT. HOTEL Intend to reglater the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. KlorWa JACOB CHAVM BENJAMIN CHAVES LEON CHAVES 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FLAGLER MEMORIAL GKOL'l' ASSOCIATES' intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>nde County. Florida. ALFRED GOTTESMAN 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ZISSEN'S BOWERY intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. HyMAN z|ssKN LOllS ZISSEN CHARLES ZISSEN If. LZISSEN DOROTHY ZISSEN LILLIAN ZISSEN MILTON A. FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at 666 Collins Ave., Miami Beach. Fla.. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. Florida. EMIL BENZELL 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPPE intends tn reglater ihe said name with the Clerk of I he Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida. CHARLES WEINSTEIN ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicant 11/21-28 12 ".-12-19 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FLAMINGO GOWN SHOPPE, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. MOLLIE WEINSTEIN ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicant 11/21-28 12/3-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROYAL BALM CANDIES intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. BECLAH SUGARMAN 11/14-21-2S 12/5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SAMS TROPICAL FRUIT ft VEGETABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MRS. OCSSIE JACOBSKIND 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE IS 1 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of VINCENT APARTMENTS. Miami Beach. Florida, Intends to register the Mid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dnde County, Florida. YETTA BODENSTEIN MARTIN GENET Attorney for Applicant KI/31 11/7-14-21-28 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of ROBINSON FRUIT SHIPPER, mi.mis to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. YALE GORDON 11/28 12/3-12-19-26 NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice la hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the '•Fictitious Name Statute." House BUI No. 1175, Chapter No. 20953. Lawa of Florida. 1941, will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication of this notice, the fictitious name, to-wit: TROPICS HOTEL, under which we are engaged In business at number 1352 Collins Avenue. In the City of Miami Beach, Florida. That the parties interested in said business enterprise, are as follows: DAVID OOLDIN ETHEL OOLDIN 11/28 12/3-12-19-26 R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertiliser GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homeatead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-S375 The Red Cross Roll Call merits your support Enroll now! LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVPTITT the undersigned, desiring to '"..,.. In business under the flrtltl,,,,„ **' Of AI-YCE MAY^-E in!en,i,'r 2fi ter the said name with the Clerkft Florida !" '' C Urt r **• OS*! 10/31 11/7-14-21-28 A '' YCE KAT Z Intend* to register the said name ade County, Florida. I. PA8HKOW __ MOLLIE PASHKOW MARTIN GENET Attorney for Applicants 11/14-21-28 12 /5-12 ^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious nameof KILIAIWS HOTEL at 127 27th BL. Miami Reach. Florida, intends toregister the said name with the ( lerK of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 ABE H. MAZOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEONARD'S Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JAMES LEONARD 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EHRLICH BROS, intend to register the said name with the Clerk olr theCircuit Court of Dade County. FiorMORRIS EHRLICaf SAM EHRLICH 11/7-14-21-28 12/5 ORDER OF PUBLICATION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMt 11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND" FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIO*IN CHANCERY NO. 71465 EDGAR H. MOHR. Plaintiff, ye. HELEN C. MOHR. Defendnnt TO: HELEN C. MOHR 915 Tatnall Street. Apt. 9 Wilmington. Delaware. IT IS ORDERED that you file >" %  Appearance on or before ttu" 1st < %  of December. A. I). 1941. to> the HI" <•' Complaint for Divorce filed in i" above styled cause, otherwise a decree pro confesso will be entered again** '"THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN designated aa the newspaper to *"*T this order ahall be published week for four conaecutlve weThis 29th day of October A. 4I E B. WEATHERMAN Clerk Circuit Court. DeuJe County, wm. ,S "' ) By R. H. Vm, JR= Deputy Clerk MAX R. SILVER Attorney for Plaintiff 10/J1 11/7-14-21-28



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. I-:. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RAHHI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus #996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 *Jewist fhriditiri PAGE FIVE Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to eay, each matter will be held In strict confidence. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, Nov. 28th, 1941, 8:15 p. m. Sisterhood Sabbath In keeping with the tradition of the National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, our congregation will observe Sisterhood Sabbath. The following members of the Sisterhood will participate in the services: Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject: "Our Present Opportunity, Shall We Use it or Lose it?" A reception for worshipers will be held in Kaplan Hall following the services. Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of Sisterhood Sabbath Service. Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman of Sisterhood Sabbath Reception. Semi-annual Congregat i o n a 1 Meeting this Tuesday evening December 2nd. 1941 at 8:00 p. m. in Kaplan Hall. It is important that you be present. Reports on congregational and auxiliary activities will be presented. Sisterhood Notes Due to the U. A. H. C.and TriState District Convention, the regular meeting date of the Sisterhood will not be observed. Announcement has however, been made of a Sisterhood Board meeting on Dec. 2nd, a Bazaar Committee meeting at the home of Mrs. Walter Bronston on Dec. 9th, and a Sisterhood Membership Tea on Dec. 16th, at the Temple. U. A. H. C. District Convention Appointed delegates of our Temple, Sisterhood, and Mcns' club are urged to attend the U. A. H. C. Southeast Convention, to be held at the George Washington hotel, in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Saturday evening, Nov. 29th and on Sunday, Nov. 30th. With the Rabbi Rabbi Zwitman's speaking schedule for the past week and the coming week includes addresses before the following organizations: Wessley Fellowship Forum at the White Temple. Central Beach P. T. A., National Childrens' Home, Spinoza Group Forum. Miami Round Table W. I. O. D. South Miami Methodist Church. Miami University, class in Comparative Religion. Youth Group Elects At the meeting of the Temple Israel Youth Group last Sunday, the following were elected to office: Melvin Green, president; Melville Letaw, vice-president; Irma Bernstein, recording secretary; Stephen Davis, treasurer; Harold Solomon, corresponding secretary. Board: Beverly Cohen, .Betty Letaw, Eugene Somberg. A Youth Group executive meeting will take place this Sunday morning at the Temple, at 10:30 a. m. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday eve(CONTINUKD ON PAOK •) SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m. Friday 5 :15 p. m. Sabbath Service _... 9:00 a. m. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Coming Events Ladies Chanuka Party The annual Chanuka party of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held on Sunday evening. Dec. 14th in the Talmud Torah Hall. This affair is one of the most outstanding events of the season and we urge all our friends to reserve the date for this splendid celebration. Children's Chanuka Party The Chanuka party of the Talmud Torah and Sunday School will take place on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 10:30 a. m. in the Assembly Hall of the Talmud Torah. A most entertaining program is being prepared and the Ladies Auxiliary will again be hosts to the children and provide them with dainty holiday refreshments. Sabbath Forums The Friday Evening Religious Forums will start this year, as every year, on the Sabbath of Chanuka on Friday night, Dec. 19 at 8 p. m. Rabbi Kellner will speak on "False Heroes". The lectures will have many novel features this year and we urge our people to make this date on their calendars. Sunday School Faculty The regular meeting of the Sunday School Faculty will be held on Tuesday night, Dec. 2nd in the auditorium of the new synagogue. Due to the increasing interest in these lectures it was decided to broaden their scope and invite all those interested in the Religious Schools of the Congregation. Accordingly Rabbi Kellner will speak the first half of the hour on classwork problems and then lead a discussion on "Bible Studies at Home and in School." Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy recovery of our many friends suffering illness and pray that the Lord may grant them speedy and complete recovery. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound grief the untimely death of our late beloved brother Bernard Baer Olov Hasholom. May the Lord console his dear ones and may they be comforted amidst the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. We extend sincere condolences to Mrs. S. Simon for the loss of her late sister and we bespeak unto her the congregations deepest sympathy. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0404 1263 S. W. 21t Terrace Synagogue Services Shachriss, 7 and 8 a. m. daily, 7 and 9 a. m., Saturday. Mincha, 5:15 p. m., daily. Maariv, 5:50 p. m., daily; 6:00 p. m., Saturday. HEAR BETTER With Modern Vacuum Tube RADIOEAR „l BALANCED TOME NANCE • NO DISTURBING DIST0NT10II • INDIVIDUALLY FITTED plus EXCLUSIVE FEATURES VIOLET J. HOWSON 200 Congress Building Sabbath Services On Friday evening at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the subject. "True Confessions and False Fronts, a Thanksgiving Sermon". Cantor Lengyel and the Center Choir directed by Miss Ruth C. Brotman will officiate. On Saturday morning Rabbi Bension will lecture on the Scriptural Lesson. Oneg Shabos will be held at 5:00 p. m. It is urged that members and seatholders who wish to obtain a seat at the services should arrive before the scheduled hour, since hundreds have been turned away in the past when standing room was exhausted. Approaches Chanuka Events With the approach of the Chanuka festival, the Center, the Sisterhood, and the Religious School are planning for a series of elaborate and outstanding events for the Chanuka week. On 1st Chanuka night, Dec. 14th at 7 p. m. the Sisterhood will present under its auspices a festival of Jewish music and Chanuka Concert under the direction of Cantor and Mme Lengyel. The Sisterhood will also invite the entire Jewish community to attend as its guests a Chanuka Reception which is scheduled to be held on Tuesday evening, Dec. 16th. A prominent speaker, a dramatic skit presented by the Sisterhood members, a fine musical program and the ceremony of the lighting of lights will be carried out. On Friday night. December 19th Sisterhood will celebrate Sisterhood Sabbath when officers and members of the Sisterhood will participate in the service and will also serve as the hostesses of the Center. Center Social League The Center Social League announces an open meeting for Sunday evening, November 30th at 8:30 o'clock. Young men aria women, ages twenty to thirty, are invited to visit and join. Chanuka Entertainment The Chanuka entertainment given by the children of the Religious School will be held on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21st. The play will be directed by Molka Reich of the Molka Reich Studio. An extremely fine program will be carried through. The entire community is cordially invited to attend. Young Judaea The Deborah chapter of Young Young Judea chapters meeting Center for many months under the guidance of Mrs. Murray Grossman but arrangements are now being made under the auspices of the Young Judaea Council of Miami to establish several additional Young Clubs in our building. Center Co'eds Organised The latest organization to come under the roof of our Center is the Center Co'Eds club It represents a group of high school students with the membership of the Confirmation class as a nucleus. Arts and CrafU Miss Rae Melicow has organized a class in painting for adults CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor 330 S. W. 5th Ave. Tel. 3-8173 Synagogue Services Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; 5:15 p. m. and 5:45 p. m. Sabbath at 5:15 p. m.; 7 and 9 a. m.; 5:15 p. m. and 6:00 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will preach this Saturday morning on "A Growing Family". At Shalosh S'oodoss he will speak on "The Portion of the Week". Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Junior Congregation services will be held Friday evening and Saaturday at 5:15 p. m., and Saturday morning at 9:00 a. m. under the leadership of Mr. A. Loskove. A sermonette will be delivered by one of the boys. Last Saturday all records for attendance were broken. We invite all children, young men and women, who can pray from the Siddur to attend. Refreshments are served by the Sisterhood. Minnionaires Our Minnionaires will meet this Sunday morning at 8:45 a. m. for their regular service. This is followed by a communal breakfast served by our Sisterhood. The services begins 15 minutes earlier henceforth to prevent conflict with Sunday sessions attendance of our Religious School. Habanoth Our Habanoth meet Tuesday evening. Original creations from the Habanoth "beanies' will be displayed at the next meeting, to be held Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Sponsors are Mrs. M. Mescheloff and Miss Florence Genet. Maccabeans Our Maccabeans meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Pledges between the ages of 14 and 18 are accepted. Athletic plans will be discussed at the next meeting. Streamlined Lecture Series Dr. B. J. Coleman spoke on "A Working Formula for Success" in the series of guest lectures being given at the joint meeting of the Habanoth and the Maccabeans each Tuesday at 8:30 p. m. Next week's guest lecturer will be attorney A. L. Mechlowitz. His subject will be Law as a Profession". Young Judea Applicants to either of the Young Judeo chapters meeting at our synagogue are asked to come at 7:00 Thursday evening. Sisterhood Meeting Our Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly meeting this Monday at 1:30 p. m. at the lovely home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzer, 4444 Pine Tree Drive. The meeting will be opened with an invocation by Mrs. M. Mescheloff, and closed with a benediction by Mrs. B. H. London, president. An unusual cultural program will include songs by the professional songstress Miss Ruth Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 6.00 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning — 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Uri. Louis Margulies Reporting for ilk Doztd Congregation and Sisterhood (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) and Miss Joyce Cook has founded a group for children in crafts with the ambitious project of building a clay replica of the Temple of Jerusalem. College of Jewish Studies The College of Jewish Studies is making good progress with almost a hundred students enrolled in seven different classes. Late Friday Evening Services at 8.15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services: Cantor Henry Marbein and a mixed choir will chant. Guest speaker during the services will be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel. He will discuss the subject, "Israel's Dream!" An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the Benediction arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Jack August in honor of their wedding anniversary. Bar Mitzvah Melvin Fischer, son of Mrs. Dorothy Fischer Jabin will become Bar Mitzvah during the services this Saturday morning at 9:30. Junior Services Junior Congregational services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30. Cultural Group Group of Jewish studies for adults will begin at Beth David for members and friends, Monday evening December 8th in the following courses: from 7:30 to 8:30 the "Kolol" group under the direction of Cantor Marbein; 8:30 to 9:30 elementary and conversational Hebrew taught by Mr. Louis Gadon and a course in Hebraic civilization conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro from 9:30 to 10:30. Radio Hour Rabbi Max hapiro will conduct the Rabbinical hour over W.I.O. D. This Sunday from 4:30 to 5 p. m. He will speak on the subject, "In the Spirit of True Thanksgiving." Cantor Marbein will be in charge of the musical program. In Memoriam The following names of the beloved ones who are inscribed in our Book of Life and whose Yahrzeiten occurs this coming week, will be mentioned during the late services Friday night: Menachem Mendel, father of Mrs. Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas; Avrohom, father of Mrs. Louis Hayman; Rikle, mother of Mr. Louis Gordon; Mordecai, father of Mrs. Louis Miller; Chaya, mother of Mrs. Hoffman. Barn Dance Beth David Sisterhood will sponsor its annual barn dance, Sunday evening, November 30th at Beth David Auditorium at 9 o'clock. Andy Boyett's most famous W.Q.A.M. Hill-Billy band will provide the music for dancing, and prizes for the funniest costumes will be awarded. Mrs. Sam Weissel, general chairman, and Sam Weisell co-chairman announce the following committees who are serving with them: refreshments, Mrs. J. Engler, Mrs. E. Hinkes, Mrs. N. Jacobs and Mrs. S. Rauzin; booths, Mrs. S M Goodman and Mrs. Dave Washer; door, Mrs. Sol. Weinkle, Sam Weissel; entertainment, Jack August, Isador Fine, Morris Pepper, Al Quadow and Nat Zalka. A real old fashioned dance is assured to all. 'I 1 I A i


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wJewish Florid tin Cgggza T/he Jewish tlirihlty 3Ac £JUATUA VJjudlJLy /# VOLUME 14—No. 48 SOUTHEASTERN JEWRY IN MEET AT MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS 'The Synagogue and American Jewish Life" will occupy the attention of representatives from Congregations, Sisterhoods and Brotherhoods of the states of Alabama, Florida and Georgia when they convene at West Palm Beach on Sunday, November 30. This meeting is one of the regional conferences sponsored by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. During the morning session, there will be a paper on: 'The Challenge of the Synagogue to the American Jewish Community" and a symposium in which distinguished laymen of the district will participate. The theme for this discussion is: •How Can the Synagogue Prevent Another Lost Generation?" At a luncheon, Rabbi Colman Zwitman of Temple Israel, Miami, will speak on "Religion and the American Jewish Community." The afternoon will be devoted to a panel discussion on "Problems of Congregations," led by Dr. Carl Herman of West Palm Beach. The evening banquet at the George Washington Hotel will have two distinguished and nationally-known speakers: Mrs. Hugo Hartmann, president. National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods, and Dr. Julian B. Feibelman, Rabbi, Temple Sinai. New Orleans. Dr. Feibelman received his A. B. from Cincinnati, and was ordained a rabbi at the Hebrew Union College in 1926. He was assistant rabbi at Keneseth Israel Congregation, Philadelphia, and is now the spiritual leader of Temple Sinai, New Orleans. Dr. Feibelman received his degree of Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania. He is active in all religious and cultural activities. He has served on the board of the UAHC and has given a great deal of time and effort to the National Conference of Jews and Christians. FEDERATION FUND GOAL SET AT $159,902; CO-CHAIRMEN FOR DRIVE ARE NAMED FOR SOLICITATION WHICH BEGI NS JANUARY 18 The Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, at its meeting Wednesday evening, set the goal of the 1942 campaign at $159,902. This is the largest sum of money ever sought in the history of the Federation. Prior to arriving at a decision, the board heard a final report and recommendations from the budget committee, which had spent many weeks in weighing the relative merits of the various agencies. The increase over that of last year's budget is practically all represented by urgent needs of local services and defense work. Included in the campaign areO— — Chicago, Hebrew Union College, ARE HONORED AT T forty-six causes, an increase of seven agencies over last year. Overseas agencies represented are: American Friends of the Hebrew University, American ORT Federation, Federated Council of Palestine Institutions, Fund for Jewish Refugee Writers, Hadassah, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, National Labor Committee for Palestine, Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund. Palestine Orchestra Fund, Palestine Symphony Choir, Pioneer Women's Organization, United Jewish Appeal, which includes the J. D. C, U. P. A. and N. R. S.; Yeshivoth, Yiddish Scientific Institute. The national agencies encompassed by the campaign are: American Academy for Jewish Research, American Jewish ConVice-Chairmen Appointed Day J. Apte. chairman of the 1942 campaign for the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, this week announced the appointment of the following vicechairmen to serve with him in guiding the destinies of the community's annual fund raising effort: Samuel Blank. Marcie Liberman, Baron deHirsch Meyer. Stanley C. Myers. Mrs. Mathilda R a t n e r Mitchell Wolfson. William Taradash, and Jacob Sher. The names of additional vice-chairmen will be announced next week. gress, B'nai B'rith Wider Scope, Conference on Jewish Relations. Council of Jewish Federations & Welfare Funds, Dropsie College. Ex-Patients Tubercular Home, Hebrew Theological College of Jewish Braille Institute, Jewish Chautauqua Society, Jewish Consumptive Relief Society, Jewish Institute of Religion, Jewish Labor Committee, Jewish Occupational Council, Jewish Theological Seminary. Joint Defense Appeal, Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital, National Farm School, National Home for Jewish Children, National Jewish Hospital, Yeshiva College (Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Sem.). The sole regional agency represented is the Hebrew Orphan's Home. Local services for which provision is made include: Young Men's Hebrew Association, Hebrew Education, Recreational and Character Building Services on Miami Beach, Local and State Refugee Services, Free Loan Fund. PALESTINE JEWS ASK F. D. R. TO CONDEMN SLAUGHTER Jerusalem (WNS)—The National Council of Palestine Jews (Vaad Leumi) has appealed to President Roosevelt to condemn the "slaughter of thousands of innocent Jewish men, women and children by Rumanian troops in Rumania and the Nazi-occupied territories held by the Rumanian army," it was announced here. Similar appeals were cabled to Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise and Prof. Selig Brodetsky, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. The messages urged the World Jewish Congress to proclaim a two-minute period of silence to be observed simultaneously throughout the world as a protest and as a mourning for the "murdered Rumanian Jews." WORKMEN'S CfflCLE BRANCH SPONSORS LECTURE SERIES Workmen's Circle Branch No. 692 will sponsor a series of three lectures by Dr. Israel Knox, National Educational Director of the English-speaking division of the Workmen's Circle. Lectures will take place November 29. 30 and December 1. starting at 8:30 p. m. at the Educational Center of the group located at 25 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Dr. Israel Knox was educated in the public schools of New Haven, Conn, at the College of the City of New York and at Columbia University where he received his Ph. D. degree (in the faculty of Philosophy.) He is the author of "The Aesthetic Theories of Kant Hegel and Schopenhauer. His book has been very favorablv reviewed in academic as well as popular journals. Along with his general studies, Dr. Knox has maintained from his early youth an interest in Jewish Culture and progressive causes v He has lectured widely before Y. M. H A 's Jewish Centers, women s organizations and numerous other organizations. He has written several esssays on Yiddish literature to appear ni coming issues of "The Menorah Journal." Stockholm (W N S)The antiJewish drive in occupied Norway was resumed with the official Nazi announcement that orders had been issued to the police to conduct a registration of all Jewishowned property in Norway, it was reported here. BRUNNER URGES CHRISTIANS TO WEAR MOGEN DAVIDS Zurich (W N S)-Prof. Emil Brunner. Zurich University theologian and outspoken foe of Hater's racial laws, urged prominent Christians to wear the Star of David in protest against the Nazi persecution of Jews in a sermon delivered in the Fraumenster Church in this city. Prof. Banner denounced Nazi propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels new anti-Jewish code which described every Jew as "an enemy of the Reich. Stanley C. Myers will be tendered a testimonial dinner by the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation in recognition of his efforts and activity in the Federation since its formation. The affair will be held at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach Sunday evening. CONVOY RETURNS 50 JEWISH INTERNEES FROM CANADA Ottawa (WNS)—More than 50 Jewish refugees who had been interned in Canada have been returned to Britain as part of a large transport which carried troops to England, it was disclosed this week when it was announced that the convoy has reached England safely. The refugees were among those who had come to England from Germany, Austria and Poland and who had been sent to Canada after being interned as enemy aliens." Most of those who have returned to England are joining the Auxiliary Pioneer Corps. PARIS PRESS WANTS GHETTO FOR FRENCH JEWS, REPORT Zurich (WNS)—The Nazi-controlled press in Paris has renewed its anti-Jewish campaign, demanding that a ghetto similar to those in Nazi-occupied Poland, be established in Nazi-held France for all Paris Jews, it was reported here. While the demand for a Jewish ghetto in Paris is not new. the explanation offered by the Nazi press for the need of a ghetto sheds considerable light on attitudes of the French people towards the Jews and to the Nazis. The renewed demand was based on the fact that French housewives persistently shop in Jewish stores, despite Nazi warnings, and in some cases are willing to pay higher prices in Jewish shops than in "Aryan" establishments. The Nazis argued that the only solution to their problem was to confiscate all Jewish stores and to lock the Jews up behind ghetto walls. Newly elected officers of the Florida State Resettlement Committee selected at the state conference Include Elry Stone of Miami chosen as president and Day J. Apte as honorary president. Albert E. Berkeley was selected as regional chairman of this area. Other officers included vice-president Max L. Bear, Pensacola; A. Bronstein, Clermont; Samuel Kipnis, Jacksonville: Ernest Maas, Tampa; Joe Wedeles, Quincy; secretary, Alexander Robin, Jacksonville: treasurer, Barney J. Cohen, Orlando; chairman of Board, Fred Perlman, Tampa; vice chairman of Board, Jos. M. Glickstein, Jacksonville; executive field director, Ernest M. Gunzburg, Miami. Other regional chairmen included Sidney Bernbaum, West Palm Beach; Al Block, Tallahassee; Harold S. Cohen, Jacksonville; D. N. Henriques. Pensacola; Chas. H. Jacobs, Tampa; E. Polonsky. Daytona Beach; Frank J. Shames, Sanford; and Prof. Joseph Weil, Gainesville. The conference at Tampa took place on November 16th under the auspices of the Florida State Resettlement Committee and the Southeastern Regional Committee of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Other participating agencies were the Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, the National Refugee Service, Joint Defense Appeal of the American Jewish Committee and Anti-defamation League of B'nai B'rith, and the Council of Jewish Women. A large attendance was indicative of the general growth of the Florida Jewish community, its increasing interest in the general Jewish problems, and of its willingness and desire to carry its proportionate share of the burden that American Jewry must assume. The gathering convened at an (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) DISTINCTION BETWEEN JEW AND POLE AT EXECUTIONS BRITISH JEWS FORM GROUP TO STUDY POST-WAR ANGLE London (WNS)—Following the lead of American Jewish organizations, the British Jewish community has taken steps to establish a committee to study postwar problems with particular regard to the rights of the millions of Jews made homeless by Hitlerism after the war. The committee will be headed by Lavy Bakstansky, secretary of the British Zionist Federation, who returned here recently from a visit to the United States. (Similar bodies have been instituted in the United States by the American Jewish Committee, American Jewish Congress, Jewish Labor Committee and the Agudas Israel, orthodox Jewish group. Ed. Note.) Lisbon (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Poland have advised military executioners that a distinction must be made between Jews and Poles even at executions, it was reported here. Poles must be shot or beheaded, while "the most degrading form of execution, hanging," must be the punishment for Jews. JEWS PROTEST MASSACRES OF JEWS IN ODESSA, KIEV London (WNS)—A bitter protest against the wholesale massacres of Jews by Nazi and Rumanian troops in Odessa and Kiev was made at a meeting here of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. A total of 55,000 Jews were reported murdered in the Nazi-Rumanian blood baths, 30,000 in Kiev and the remainder in Odessa. Many of the victims, who were herded into military barracks and mowed down by machine-gun squads, were women and children. ?



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1941 *Jewisii fhridiar? PAGE SEVEN ARE HONORED HI I (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) informal breakfast given by Mr. Day JApte of Miami and Mr. Samuel Kipnis of Jacksonville. Mr. Ernest Maas, chairman of the local arrangements committee welcomed those attending. The morning session was devoted to the refugee resettlement program in the State, with Mr. Elry Stone, president of Florida Resettlement Committee, as chairman. Communities submitted reports as to the part that they played in this program with Mack Roth, Daytona Beach; Mrs. Alexander prost, Jacksonville; Philip N. Selber, Jacksonville; Joseph Wolf. Lakeland; Miss Bess Spanner. Miami; Mrs. Gertrude Davis, Miami; J. Lyons, Orlando; Frank J. Shames, Sanford; L. A. not entering the country were unfounded and that the integration problem was still prominently existent. The guest speaker of the morning session was Mr. Ephriam R. Gomberg. director of Community relations of the National Refugee Service, who was introduced by Mr. Alexander Brest of Jacksonville. Mr. Gomberg reviewed the reports of the Florida committees in their relation to the general refugee work being done throughout the country. He termed Florida resettlement program successful, and that it was not to be guaged by the individual failures of some communities. Through conferences and sessions similar to this one, there would come a solution to the problem of the apethetic attitudes on the part of members of communities toward the refugee problem. A panel discussion followed participated in by Mr. Ernest M. Gunzburg, executive field director for the State of Florida, Mr. Al B. Block of Tallahassee, and Mr. Gomberg. Mr. Fred Perlman of Tampa was chairman of the luncheon session. He presented the speaker, Mr. Isidor Coons, exeutive vice-chairman of the United Jewish Appeal, who spoke on behalf of the American Joint Distribution Committee, the United Palestine Appeal, and the National Refugee Service. He stated that American Jews have not kept pace with the increased needs of world Jewry, and that sacrifices must be made for the cause in order that this great need be met so that the work may effectively be carried on here as well as in Europe. Mr. Day J. Apte presided at the afternoon session and introduced Mr. Richard E. Gutstadt of the Joint Defense Appeal of Antidefamation League and American Jewish Committee. He spoke of the perplexing situation the above agencies have to contend with in this country, which is so peculiarly susceptible to propaganda. He emphasized that the problem is not a Jewish one, but is the concern of every lover of freedom. '•Therefore, it is our responsibility," He pleaded with the audience to carry his message back to their communities so that there will be no relaxation in the proAlbert E. Berkeley m for defense work and in selected as regional chairman mamta i mn g the integrity of the of the Florida State Resettlement Jewish comm unity. Committee for the Miami area. Hirgch M of Mr. Berkeley is a member of the n South Miami Refugee Committee and Miam> prcsi*em ^ *" f th Greater Mlam FStion!f and Welfare Funds, who presided at the closing session, introduced Mr. David H. Lasarow of Jacksonville, who discussed the question of fundraising and his successful experience in directing the Federation campaign in Jacksonville. Mr. Max Orovitz of Miami, disSwivel Chair (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) board the corporation in a board of trustees of not less than three nor more than seven The following gives us a good laugh: "Their tenure of office shall be for life depending upon good behavior, with active retirement privilege at the age of 75 years, with all emoluments and honor running with their life" We wouldn't be surprised to learn that the "trustees for life" are the boys who thought up the idea in the first place. To Run or Not to Run? Should Jews run for public office in these times? Someone posed this question for us at a dinner the other evening .The argument against the proposition ran as follows: Every time that a Jew seeks political preferment he lends substantiation to the charge that Jews control the government. So far has this point of view been pushed by some that sometimes Jews actually have sought to defeat Jewish candidates lest their election bring about increased anti-Jewish feeling. Our own feeling" in the matter is quite definite Jews should not hesitate to run for public office provided they are qualified But it should be the responsibility of the Jewish community to insure, insofar as possible, that j only the highest type of Jew put | himself forth as a candidate Sad is the spectacle of the nonrepresentative Jew with an undesirable record who sometimes runs for office. As a matter of general principle, though, we repeat: The respectable Jew in office, the decent citizen, can be a credit not only to his coreligionists but to the American democracy of which he is part Only the super-sensitive Jews and those who have fallen prey to the Nazi AMERICA FIRST TO HEELEJM11944 New York (WNS)—Leaders of the America First Committee, meeting recently in Washington, discussed the "organization of a new party to back isolationist congressional and State candidates in next year's crucial electinos, as a prelude to a Presidential ticket in 1944. headed by Lindbergh and Wheeler." according to Drew Pearson and propagandists will deny this type I Robert S. Allen, syndicated colof Jew the privilege of public! umn ists. preferment. Gut Shabbos! Mr. Boxorman is the director of the Florida Regional Office. AntiDefamatlon League! with headquarters at Miami. RACE SECRETARY RECEIVES FIRST CONDITION BOOKS tion of Funds." He explained the functions and the make-up of a Budget Committee and stressed the fact that the members and the views of this committee should be truly representative of community interests. A brilliant resume of the day's proceedings by Mr. Stanley C. Myers closed the session. secretary of the Greater Jewish Federation. Cohen, St. Petersburg; Fred Perlman, Tampa; Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, West Palm Beach, participating. The summary of the reports indicated that job placements were anu '' j" r „,„,„ Hiffi. I Mr Max urovuz oi """, unbecoming more and more dimmr. m-* .f -Allocacult, rumors that refugees were | cussed the question ot Robert S. Shelley, racing secretary and handicapper at Tropical Park, today received from the printer for distribution among horsemen, condition books for the first eleven days of the Gables Racing Association's meeting scheduled for opening on Saturday, December 20th. This meeting, which will run through Tuesday. January 13, will inau gurate Florida's 1941-42 season of racing. The condition book is a notable one for two reasons: First, because it lists appreciable increases in the value of each of the Saturday and holiday feature races and. secondly, because it reveals the new management's policy of emphasizing long-distance racing. The columnists reported that among those who attended the America First pow-wow were Senators Burton K. Wheeler and Gerald P. Nye, Representative Karl Mundt and Archbishop Francis Beckman. whose recent coast to coast appeasement address shocked the nation. Gen. Robert Wood. America First chairman, presided. In addition to the organization of a new political party, the America Firsters. according to the newspaper men, discussed the following points: (DA move to impeach Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox: (2) An anti-war drive among the clergy on the basis that Communism will sweep over the U. S. if we become involved in war. and (3) Redoubled ''; agitation, with Lindbergh. Wheeler, Nye and other rallies in every section coupled with an intensified radio barrage. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH NOW OPEN THE Elry Stone president of the Florida State Resettlement Committee and chairman of the State Conference held in Tampa. November 16th. Garden 2235 S, W. 8TH ST. • PHONE 4-3155 HOME OF DELICIOUS FOOD Reopened for the Season We Are Very Happy To Be Back and Wish To Greet Our Old Friends and Patrons MR. AND MRS. FREYER



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PAGE TWO *Jmldh fhridfiar? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1 941 Social Personals Clubs Organizations Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spivack. and relatives were present at 905 Michigan Avenue. Miami the celebration and Mr. and Mrs. Beach, celebrated their 30th wedSpivack were the recipients of ding anniversary with a reception many congratulatory greetings, at their home. Numerous friends PERSONALS Stanley Tanenbaum, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tanenbaum, arrived from Gainesville to spend the week-end with his parents. • • • Mr. Nathan Adelman and Mrs. Charles Adelmai, returned to the city Wednesday night after visiting in New York and Savannah. • • • Mrs. Leon Singer will entertain at a formal dinner party tonight in honor of Rabbi Elgart and family at Sante Plaza, 1676 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. • • • Millicent Roth left today for Washington. D. C. where she will be employed in the Navy Department of the U. S Government after passing a civil service examination. Miss Roth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Harry Neivert of New York City, sister and brother-in-law of Isaac Joffe. Miami attorney, are vacationing at the (jrossinger Hotel. Miami Beach. fur several weeks. Dr. Neivert is a prominent ear. nose and throat specialist in New York and during his visit here will confer with several specialists. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller announce the birth of a son last Thursday at Victoria Hospital. Al Shure of the Atlanta Southern Dental College, announces the forthcoming marriage of his brother, Lieut. I. Shure, Camp Polk, La., to Miss Shirlyan Goldbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Goldbert, Brighton, Mass. The marriage will take place the latter part of December in Louisiana where Lieut. Shure is stationed. ORGANIZATIONS DEATHS C ame Wash. Ave. at 15th Miami Beach Open at 2:45 P. M. Air Conditioned OPEN 1:45 0 Now Showing FRI. and SAT. NOV. 28 and 29 ALICE FA YE JOHN PAYNE CAESAR ROMERO CARMEN MIRANDA "Week End In Havana" IN TECHNICOLOR STARTS SUN., NOV. 29 TEKB5 WITH CLAIRE TREVOR GLENN FORD WILLIAM HOLDEN EDGAR BUCHANAN Dura Stein, wife of Joseph Stein of 829 N. W. 21st Street. passed away last Wednesday. A native of Kovna Goberna, she had been in this country 36 years, spending the last 7 years in Florida. Prior to her coming here, she resided in Brockton, Mass. where she was one of the founders of the Hadassah chapter and served as its treasurer. She was active in Hebrew school auxiliaries and other communal activities there. Surviving her besides her husband are one son, Hyman of Bcnnington, Vermont, two grandchildren, two brothers and a sister of Brockton and one brother in West Palm Beach. Interment was in Brockton, Mass. • • • Bernard C. Baer passed away Monday at his home after a long illness. Mr. Baer had been a resident of Miami for the past sixi teen years and operated Baer's I Market on Miami Beach. Surviving him are his wife, Hannah, j three brothers. Julius and Her• man of Philadelphia and Paul of I Miami; and two sisters, Mrs. BetI ty Coleman and Mrs. Charles ICusker of Marion, Pa. Mr. Baer was a member of the I Harvey Seeds Post, the Miami j Beach Elks Club and the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Military servxices were held j Wednesday at 1 p. m. in the I Jewish section of Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of the Gordon Funeral Home. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH VISIT BETTE WHITE CORSETIERE STUDIO 420 Lincoln Road, Room 414 Mercantile Nat'l. Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Foundations Br&raleres. Designed to Individual !!• iiiiiemeiits PHONE 5-0101 &dan#u-£a OPEN TILL 2 A. M. 15 N E 3rd Avi., Elks Club Bldg. AUTHENTIC CHINESE DISHES Luncheon Served Dinner 8 5c up ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT PHONE 2-2277 Mark G. Kaplan, insurance advisor, addressed the members of the Miami Central Labor Union at their meeting Monday night on Insurance Problems. • • • Ladies Auxiliary B'nai B'rith will hold a board meeting Tuesday evening al the home of Mrs. Harold Rand, 115 Second Terrace, Rivo Alto Island, Miami Beach. • • • Ruth Brotman will be hostess to 125 members and friends of the Beaux Arts League at receptions and musicales to be held at Sante Plaza. 167G Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, November 29th from 8:30 p. m. and November 30th from 4 to 6 p. m. • • • The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will sponsor a theatre party Monday evening, December 1st at the Lincoln Theatre. Arrangements for the party were made by Mrs. Ben Levine and in charge of ticket distribution is Miss Reggie Goldstein. • • • A bingo party under the auspices of the Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will be held Tuesday, December 9th at 8 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. Chairman of this event are Mrs. Sol Goldstrom. Mrs. Melvin E. Davis and Mrs. Sol Taplin. • • • The American Woman's Home Defense Club held its meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. H. Spivack. The guest speaker was J. Wilson, Jr. of the American Red Cross. A motion was made by Mrs. Spivack to collect and send old clothing to the Allies. The club will sponsor a theatre party December 1th and 16th at Miami Beach • • • A Victory Dance sponsored by Tri Beta Sorority will be held Sunday night at the Shoreham Hotel, Miami Beach, beginning at 9:30 p. m. Ernie Cardone and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing with Paula Fields and other entertainment. Tickets are SI. 10 per couple and 75c stag. Committee in charge of arrangements are Lillie Alexander chairman, Marjorie Rosengarten, Bella Shaff and Marilyn Tunick. • • • Junior Hadassah will have a birthday party Monday, December 1st. At its meeting at the Y. M. H. A., 1527 S. W. 5th Street to celebrate its 21st birthday. Miss Rosalyn Klein, who attended the National Convention in Boston, Mass. will give a report. Plans for a membership party will be discussed by Miss Lillian Cohen, membership chairman. Miss Sylvia Gerringer. chairman, will discuss plans for a bridge and mah jongg party in January. There will be an extensive program, refreshments and prizes. • • • A glass blowing lecture and demonstration together with an exhibit of glass blown art objects will be presented by Miss Marianna Von Allesch, University of Miami art instructor, at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, November i 28th, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elk's Club. 720 West Avenue. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation will give a Thanksgiving talk. A musical program will be presented by Miss MarjorieLouise Carey, soprano, accompanied by Evelyn Flagman Jones. • • • Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, of Temple Israel, will be the guest speaker Saturday afternoon, at the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Rabbi Zwitman's topic will be: "Nazism's Revolution Against Western Civilization." Monday morning 10:30 a. m., Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, will read and discuss the Poems: White Cliffs of Dover, by Ellis Duer Miller. Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Dr Samuel Bension, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, will speak on: Lessons from the Second World War. Dr. Abraham Wolfson will preside. • • • The Ladies Auxiliary of the Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshiva and Parochial School of Greater Miami, will hold its next meeting on Monday. December 1 at 8 p. m. at the Aiamac Hotel, Collins Avenue at 13th Street, Miami Beach. Mrs. Joseph Brenner will preside. At the last meeting of the organization, held in the Tides Hotel the following officers were chosen: president, Mrs. Joseph Brenner; 1st vice president, Mrs. Max Rifas; 2nd vice president, Mrs. S. Reinhardt; treasurer. Mrs. Jacob Soffer; assistant treasurer, Mrs. J. Shuimon; secretary, Mrs. Mills; financial secretary, Mrs. Esther Marcus. On December 7th there will be a joint installation Banquet of the Men's and Women's Divisions of the Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshiva and Parochial School at the Tides Hotel. Call 5-6611 for reservations. FT. LAUDERDALE The B'nai B'rith Women's Auxlhary of Broward County mel Thursday evening. November 20 at the home of Mrs. A. Mark*' witz, 704 S. E. 7th Street F 0rt Lauderdale. Visitors from kiami were Mrs. Louis Heiman Mrs Paul Sobel, Miss Cele Roffi and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Mrs. Rotfort discussed interestingly various B'nai B'rith Women's activities in this part of Florida as also elsewhere and Mrs. Louis Heiman spoke on Hillel House activities in Games, ville and Tallahassee. The Organization voted to send checks to the Red Cross of Dania, Hollywood, and Fort Lauderdale. They also pledged to furnish a room for Hillel Home in Gainesville as soon as possible. The next regular meeting will be held December 4th at the home of Mrs. J. Rosner. Fort Lauderdale. A desert bridge will take place also on December 2nd att the Southern Dairy. Beach Commonwealth Title Company 208 Mercantile Bank Bldg. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS PHONE 5-3346 W. J. McLEOD, JR. Vice President THE INN KOSHER RESTAURANT m Special Rates Until Xmas Room & Meals $18.00 Dining Room for Parties. Weddings and Bar Mitzvahs EAT THE BEST Mrs. F. Kooel, Mgr. 335 S. 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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1941 fJewist Fhridiar? PAGE THREE KING'S..^^ KOMMENTS 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian They always said he was wise But now I see its otherwise And with his long tenure Miami thought they had a cure From that his type here had brought For here was what Miami had sought For lo these half-score years He served without all those fears That unfair—always fill these men And makes them move now and then Yea, he surely worked with a will With brains, mouth and hands did till Watched battles—men and men Smart—stayed out of their den For now he's there—asked or not Facing the firing line to be shot We all meddle now and then But he should know why and when Do his part—not too smart Do his job—all his heart Keep his place—protect his name Win back for himself that acclaim That he built all this time Here in Miami's sunny clime. BENSION INSTALLATION IS TERMED AS HUGE SUCCESS The dining room of the Victor Hotel was filled to capacity last Sunday evening for the elaborate program centering around the formal installation of Rabbi Samuel Bcnsion as rabbi of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. Dr. Max Arzt of New York, president of the Synagogue Council of America and Professor at the Jewish Theological Seminary, installed the rabbi with a stirring address with "the imperativeness of spreading Jewish culture" as THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The forthcoming election of Miami's Boastful lodge with its more than a "grand" of unpaid members is warming up and appears to be destined to be more than a mere election. Campaigning is going full force with campaign managers, campaign pressure, campaign chatter and campaign via Southern Bell. King sees a close race for the choice plum. King heard conflicting stories on his Komment of last week as to why somebody wasn't where but regrets to say that in all these remarks no one has concluded with "Long Live King." Disappointment was written over the turnout that heard the "Berlin Report—Censored." The title was a misnomer. One of those me should know—me no can tell. And at the same place the rear end the ex made of himself by asking foolish questions all about "do we?" Federation was pretty much disgusted with itself at the end of its directors meeting last week which lasted after 1 a. m. The budget was pretty well upped—King disproves of reconsideration of items after half the directors have gone and King Komments sadly when he sees Federation yielding to pressure—last minute or otherwise. An A. D. L. committee man resigned with much ado and formality just recently protesting action of the group He appears to be a lone wolf in the open protest at the present but King sees others joining making a pack that will let out a howl that will be heard will the volcano erupt? THE GARDEN RESTAURANT REOPENS FOR THE SEASON Mr. and Mrs. Frcyer announce the reopening of The Garden Restaurant located at 2235 S. W. 8th Street for the coming season. Mrs. Freyer stated that they aim to continue to be noted for their good food as they have in the past and to maintain the same high standard of service and quality. Hom£ Irlaki/rix} When you feel welL It is misery when you don't Have you ever dragged through a ftrwde *£*£ by a Headache, Neuralgia, Muscular Pain, *2"f£g Menstrual Pait^-a day when only your sense of duty kept you on the job? Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills above. A package of these prompt acting pain relievers may save you hours of suffering. Rnular Packu* 2S T.blcu. Ut Eonomr PseUC* US TM*t. •!/* 9jml fall alrattlaaa la M. H. Frankel President. Miami Beach Jewish Center his theme. Dr. Bension responded urging the loyalty of the audience to the ideals on wihch the Center was founded and pledged himself to that end. M. H. Frankel. president of the Center, welcomed the gathering and Leo Robinson served as toastmaster. Present and taking part in the program were Mayor Val C. Cleary of Miami Beach, Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, president of the Sisterhood: Joseph A. Berman. president of the Senior League; Nat Hankoff, president of the Men's Club and Harry Sirkin, chairman of the Building Committee. Rabbi Leon Spitz delivered the invocation. The officers of the Men's Club were also installed. Cantor Josef Lengyel, chanted grace. The musical program was furnished by Cantor and Mme. Lengyel, Evelyn Raff and Edith Freeman. Stop Wishful Thinking America Before the largest crowd to attend a "Y" affair since its Calvalcade of Stars Show, Harry W. Flannery. world famous war correspondent and most recently C. B. S. correspondent in Berlin, rendered an intense address of conditions as they are in Berlin today. A most interesting and intelligent audience was present to hear and also to ask questions of the speaker. The most important parts of Mr. Flannery's talk, according to this scribe's opinion, were: 1. For the citizens of the United States to stop their wishful thinking and face facts. 2. To set up a committee to make plans for a negotiated peace, but not with the present Nazi regime. All in all, we feel that the Y. M.H.A. should be commended for bringing such a splendid speaker to this area, and our thanks are herewith directed to Maurice Grossman, executive director: E. Albert Pallot, chairman: Murray Grossman, president; Joseph A. Berman, vice president; Sam Seitlin, Dr. Samuel Beckman. Philip Berkowitz, Al Berkowitz, Leo Ackerman, and Frank Malone. for the part they played in presenting this affair. Basketball Season Starts Lefty Schmer, athletic director of the Y.M.H.A., has developed two fine teams to do combat with the city's finest cage teams. We are sure the way will fare well as they have in past years. Buy your tickets now. SI.00 for the season or 25c each game. City Wide Community Calendar At a recent meeting of the Federation of Jewish Womens clubs in Miami, it was decided to clear all dates for affairs with the Y.M.H.A. Mrs. Maurice Grossman was appointed chairman and Miss Shirley Rothschild secretary of this committee. Mrs. Moses Krieger has requested that before making a definite date for an event, to please check with Miss Rothschild at the "Y". Miss Rothschild also requests that every organization send its dates of regular meetings to her so that a calendar may be prepared and published from time to time. This is a service that is vital and necessary in this community and the Y.M.H.A. is very happy to have the facilities to do the same. Secretaries of all organizations are requested to cooperate with the community by furnishing the "Y" with the dates of the various schedule of events. Schwartz Holds Bowling Lead The following are the standings and individual averages of the Y.M.H.A. Duckpin League which is held every Thursday at the Miami Recreation Alleys: Name of Team W Harry Schwartz 24 Al Berkowitz 22 Sam Seitlin 19 Lou Spector ... 16 L 8 11 14 17 19 20 20 22 Abe Berkowitz 14 Al Reisman 13 Sol Weinkle 13 Murray Streitt 11 Individual Averages Marty Milstein 107 Hal Berkowitz 105 Sol Weinkle ..._ 105 Sol Levin 105 Hal Levenson 1 02 Harry Schwartz 102 Abe Berkowitz 102 Al Reisman 101 Al Berkowitz 101 Mike Mirelson 100 Ralph Grossman 100 High Team Set Schwartz. 1548; High single game, Hal Berkowitz, 143: High individual set, Hal Berkowitz, 361. All games last Thursday were cancelled because of Thanksgiving. Come out next Thursday and enjoy a full evening of entertainment. ~~-rrw. 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