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The Jewish Floridian ( December 5, 1941 )

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iixJewist) FlonW&in c Mfl/wwc Tlhie Jhewusfri lUmKffy 1 VOLUME 14—No. 49 MIANy, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 PRICE 10 CENTS MS PLAYING IW1P0RTANT ROLE IN LIBYA BATTLE 51 STUDENTS FROM POLAND LEAVE SHANGHAI DEC. 11TH London (WNS)— Palestine JewI jsh soldiers, including a number of refugees who enlisted with the British forces in the Holy Land, are plaving an active part in the neat Libyan offensive, according 0 tho London Daily Telegraph I correspondent accompanying the British troops in Libya. In his dispatch, the war correspondent reported: "Far in the desert, at no great distance from the enemy, it was my curious | experience to sit in a dug-out talking of German books and i music, of the Munich and Salzburg festivals, of holidays in the Bavarian and Tyrolese valleys,' with two men who were Germanborn. One of them was an ex-1 officer of the Austrian army. They wore British uniforms, the ex-officer being a staff sergeant and his friend a lieutenant of the Palestine Volunteer Pioneer Corps, which does hard work on this front, work all the more valuable because of the labor dearth [ in this part of the world. •It is a corps remarkably comI posed. Even within the small detachment I visited twenty different languages are spoken, while included in it are Germanborn professional men, illiterate Yemenite Jews as dark as Arabs, and Abyssinian Jews who are as black as negroes. The corps first saw service in Greece and Crete, where it suffered a high proportion of losses. "For long months now these men have been working in the desert, the common inspiration of all. however different in type and origin, being a conviction that only in the victory of British arms lies a secure future for Palestinian Jewry. On parade English is used, though German is the mother tongue of my two friends, they have altogether abjured it from a passionate resentment against Nazi persecution, and speak English among themselves." Montreal (WNS)—A group of 51 Yeshiva students, originally from Poland and Lithuania, will leave Shanghai on Dec. 11 on the first leg of their journey to Canada, it was disclosed here by the United Jewish Refugee and War Relief Agencies in Canada, which secured the necessary commission for the students to emigrate to Canada. In view of the mounting tension between Japan and the United States, the belief was expressed here that the students, part of a group of 80 young Jewish scholars, were leaving Shanghai just in time because of the possibility that emigration from Shanghai may be cut off. The other 29 students have already arrived here. From Shanghai the group will proceed to Manila and from there to San Francisco. [U.S. RUMANIA TURNS TO JEWS AS PLANE LOSSES MOUNT CLAIMS JUSTICE 3(J(! MINISTERS URGE CHURCH TO ADOPT PROGRAM REP. SOMERS URGES U.S. ASK ENGLAND FOR JEWISH ARMY Washington (WNS)—The controversy between the Jewish Agency for Palestine and the British Government over the formation of a Jewish Army in Palestine reached the nation's capital when Representative Sonera of New York introduced • resolution urging President Roosevelt to prevail upon Great Britain to sanction a Jewish military force. The Congressman argued that "from all the material being sent to Great Britain through our lend-lease program, the small amount necessary to supply this Jewish Army could be obtained easily," Geneva (W N S)—Condemning the Nazi persecution of Jews, more than 300 ministers of the Protestant Church in Switzerland urged the Church to proclaim officially an active program against anti-Semitism, it was announced here. The action was taken at a meeting of the Swiss Society for Aid to the German Church, at which the ministers denounced the Nazi deportations of Jews from the Reich, describing them as '-especially horrible in numbers and manner." The ministers advanced for adaption by the Church a threeI point program which included: The Church to which the Gospel has been entrusted through God's mercy calls upon its members to pray for suffering Jewry and to do everything possible to relieve their suffering. The Church condemns the mockery and persecution of the Jewish people as a revolt against the creative will of God. The Church feels itself especially bound together with the fate of the Jewish people according to the New Testament. AntiSemitism is irreconcilable with membership in the Christian community. Philadelphia (W N S)— Those j who claim that American Jews, as a group, have helped to build \ up interventionist sentiment in America "are using a red herring, or, rather, a red, white and blue herring." Judge Jerome Frank of the United Circuit Court of Appeals, declared in an article in the Current issue of the Saturday Evening Post. "There is no such thing as a cohesive American Jewish group with a common body of opinion," Judge Frank added. "Among the Americans who are classified as Jews there are as many kinds of opinion on any subject affecting America as among Americans generally. And that was. and is. 1 true with respect to World War III. Pointing out that he was a | Strong isolationist who wrote a book on the subject, until Hitler's victories. Judge Frank said the same change occurred in the thinking of many Americans including many Jews, and many now regret earlier opposition to "collective security." •Most American Jews, like most German-Americans. are thoroughly devoted to America's interests" the article said. "Unhappily, there is a small, unrepresentative minority who should not be described as American Jews but as Jews in America. And. as they are played up as typical, it is important to take a look at those hypenates. "There are Jews in America who are Communists, or fellow travelers. They are. emotionally, merely sojourners in America. Their major interest is Russia. They do not think of themselves as Jews. They have as little regard for Jewish as for American welfare. These Communist Jews recognize that the majority of American Jews, at whom they sneer as "hopelessly middle class are their enemies. Istanbul ( W N S )— Rumania's losses in planes and pilots since the beginning of the war against Russia has reached such alarming proportions that anti-Semitic Premier Ion Antonescu has been forced to recall Jewish mechanics | and other skilled laborers from special Jewish labor camps and | return them to airplane factories, | according to dispatches published I in the Turkish press. Special exemptions had to be | granted the Jewish mechanics, technicians, welders, etc., since they were ousted last year from their jobs by Rumania's anti-Jewish legislation. A similar shortage exists in Rumania's merchant marine and it was believed that Jewish sailors will similarly be released from compulsory work camps to fill the depleted ranks of the merchant marine. POLISH JEWS IN POLISHTROOPS (CONTINUED ON P AGE 7) LOCAL ATTORNEY IS NAMED TO REGION ZIONIST BOARD NAZIS SINK 2 SHIPS WITH REFUGEES IN BLACK SEA Lisbon (WNS)—Two Russian vessels, crowded with Jewish refugees evacuated from the Ukraine, were sunk with a heavy loss of life by Nazi raiders in the Black Sea, it was reported by the Flemish radio in Antwerp. NEW FEDERATION DRIVE IS ANNOUNCEDBYCOMMITTEE Greater Miami Jewish Federation through the planning com. '"The appointment of the folio*. *' fig jrSsr-s* l! 1 !" S rnidBro d. apartment Louis Heiman. Miami attorney and president of the Greater Miami Zionist District was elected to the Administrative Board of the Southeastern Zionist Region to serve during the ensuing year, at the recent regional conference in Memphis. Tcnn Nov. 23rd. Robert M. Travis of Atlanta was re-elected to he presidency of the organization for a second term. Plans were made for an intensive memberSnip campaign in 1942 in honor of Justice Brandeis, and tin Jewish National Fund quota for the vear was fixed at 93D.UW. The delegates passed resolutions^ expressing their sorrow at the nassing of Brandeis and Ussish ni well as others, calling upon the British government to observe the letter and spirit of i the Balfour Declaration and to organize a Jewish army Pledges of continued aid to the Red Mogen David, the U.P.A. and the ^governmental Committee on Refugees, were also adopted. Approximately $600. will be raised by the distr.cts for youth work. London (WNS)—Thousands of I Polish Jewish refugees in Soviet Russia, released in accordance with the provisions of the RussoPolish agreement, have volunteered for service with the growing emigre Polish Army, it was announced here by the Polish Government-in-exile. At the same time, officials of the exiled Polish Government disclosed that Revisionists among the Polish Jewish refugees have approached the Polish Government for permission to organize an all-Jewish battalion in the name of Vladimir Jabotinsky. late Zionist-Revisionist leader, as part of the Polish Army. The proposal is now under advisement by the exiled Polish Government, which, it was understood, is discussing the project of a Jewish battalion with Polish Jewish leaders here. A formal decision may be issued in the near future. A spokesman for the Polish Government said, however, that the desire for a Jewish battalion in the Polish Army is not shared by all Polish Jewish refugees. The spokesman claimed that the Socialists and general Zionists among the Jewish refugees were opposed to the idea of a special corps for Jews. ATTACKS PLOT TO DESTROY SPIRIT New York (WNS)—Labelling charges made against the Jews by isolationists and professional anti-Semites as "either hoary superstitions or deliberately concocted lies." Lewis Browne, noted Jewish lecturer and author, charged in this week's issue of the magazine "Look" that the anti-Jewish attacks are part of a plot "to destroy not just the American Jews but the American spirit." Warning that "a plague is spreading in the United States, the plague of anti-Semitism," Mr. Browne said: "Something will have to be done about that—and quickly. Not just for the sake I of the Jews. For the sake of America. If you doubt it. conj sider what that plague did to Germany. Did it harm only the Jews there? Of course not. Eventually it laid the entire Ger' man population low. 'Hitler used anti-Semitism as a smokescreen to hide his real purpose. Once he got enough of his people raving and tearing at Jewry, he took over all Jewry. And that is why he has been so intent on spreading the plague here in America. That is why all his native admirers here are intent on spreading it among us." Referring to Charles A. Lindbergh, whose anti-Jewish attack last September shocked the nation, Mr. Browne said that there is insufficient evidence "to convince me that he is a conscious anti-Semite." •But what counts is the effect of anti-Semitic talk, not the motive." the noted author added. "The effect is all too clear. Charles Lindbergh is feeding a contagion. He and all who echo his words are spreading a deadly plague. Can it be halted? Yes. We must make it a crime to foment race hatred." 8.000 TEWS ARE EXPELLED: PROPERTY IS CONFISCATED ANTI COMITERN PACT IS ALSO ANTI JEWISH PACT Zurich (WNS)-The 13 European countries which signed the anti-Comintern pact in Berlin last week have also committed themselves to a rigorous antiJewish program since "Bolshevism and Judaism" is "identical the Nazi press stressed this week in reviewing the conference. It was disclosed that the Nazi anti-Jewish program was one of the subjects discussed at the meeting. The new signatories to the anti-Comintern pact, including Finland and Denmark pledged themselves to model their anti-Jewish legislation along the lines of the Nazi policy, the report said. Even the Japanese puppet regime in Nanking agreed to introduce antii Semitism in China. Stockholm (WNS)—More than 8,000 Jews have been expelled from Bratislava, principal city of Nazi-occupied Slovakia, since the beginning of the campaign to drive the Jews out of Bratislava several months ago, it was reported by "Guardista." Slovak pro-Nazi newspaper. The report said that the Nazi administration hoped to make Bratislava completely "Judenrein" by Christmas. The property of the expelled Jews, including furniture and clothing, was confiscated and distributed among members of the Hlinka Guards, the Slovakian Storm Troopers. BEN-GURION DISCUSSES JEWISH ARMY PORPOSALS Washington (WNS )—David Ben-Gurion. chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency, made a surprise visit to Washington and was closeted with high government officials for some time. Mr. Ben-Gurion. who was accompanied by Emanuel Neumann, of the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, would not disclose the subjects discussed in the conference. •:'



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PAGE TWO +Je*ist Horidian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 Social Personals PERSONALS ORGANIZATIONS Mr. Hyman Cooperman and Mr. Eli Besin have arrived from Nw York to spend a short vacation in Miami Beach. • • • Sherman Friedman returned this week after an extended visit to Baltimore. Md.. where he visited with his parents. • • • Mrs. Max Shaff. 319 N. E. 25th Street is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital where she is recuperating from a recent operation. • • • Mr. George Chertkol left by plane Sunday for Baltimore. Md. where hi : Bernard Chertkof. is seriously ill in Sinai Hospital. • • • Isidore Putzel of Macon. Ga. has returned home aft< 1 .1 month's visit with her sisti r. M Doris Livingston. 236 N. E. 2eth Terrace. • • • Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldmann of 515 N. E. 26th Terrace entertained at a dinner party Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abrams and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Abrams of Atlantic City. N. J. • • • Miss Ruth Louise Goodstcin was hostess at a luncheon mah jongg apron shower for Miss Norma Lee Simpson at her home. 2485 S. W. 21st St. Miss Simpson's marriage to Theodore C. Perry will be an event of Dec. Kl at her home. 227 E. San Marine Island. • • • Mrs. Frances F. Quittner has arrived with her two children Bonnie Sue and Davis, from San Marino. Calif, for a month's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon. 1021 N. W. First Street. Before returning home she will visit Mr. Quittner's relatives in Connecticut and New York. Many delightful parties have been planned for Mrs. Quittner during her stay here. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH Pioneer Women's Club No. 2 will hold a special meeting on Monday evening at 8 p. m. at the Alamac Hotel. 1300 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, to hear a report on Palestine, by Mr Mendal Rosenbaum. writer and journalist of Naan. Palestine. • • • The Bialik Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance jointly with the Pioneer Women's Organization No. 1 for Palestin< elebrate Chanuka Sunday. Dec. 14. The traditional Chanuka meal will be served and a chartie Chanuka program will arranged by the committee in charge. • • • W %  • n's Circle Branch No. 6f2 will sponsor a series of locum s Sunday. Monday and Tuespvening December 7th. 8th and 9th with Mr. B. Sherman, of the Jewish Workers Committee as the guest speaker. The lecture will take place at the Educational Center. 25 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. • • • Maldwin Fcrtig of New York, for more than 20 years president of the Bronx Y. M. H. A., will be the guest speaker at the ser. vices of the Miami Beach Jewish Onnr. 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami Beach, on Friday. Dec. 5th at 8:15 Mr. Fcrtig will speak on "The Need of Jewish Community Centers." Mr. Fertig is transit comber of the City of New York. • • • Program of the Spinoza Forum. 11th Street between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach, for the coming week will be as follows: Saturday afternoon 3:30 p. m. Dr. '-Vc'fson. author of "Spinoza A Life of Reason" will lecture on the Key to Spinoza's Philosophy. Monday morning at 10:30 Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will lecture on the works of Richard Wagner. Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will be guest speaker. • • • Annual Chanuka celebration of the Ladies Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation this A delicious treat for the whole family! Try a box of our juicy and Indian River Navel oranges or send them to your friends up North. They're f A — ripe and ready for shipping. 45 lb. box __eyZi #D FRUIT SECTION, MIAMI STORE, STREET FLOOR ALSO AT BURDINE'S LINCOLN ROAD tfAangAi-£a OPEN TILL 2 A. M. 15 N E 3rd Ave, Elks Club Bldg. AUTHENTIC CHINESE DISHES Luncheon Served Dinner 8 5c up ORDERS PUT UP TO TAKE OUT PHONE 2-2277 Clubs Organizations year will take place on Sunday evening. December 14th at the Talmud Torah building. 1545 S. W. 3rd Street. At this party as m the past, other traditional delicaciea will be served. Card games, mah jongg and bingo will be played. Two live turkeys will be'aw.rded during the evening. Mrs. L Kleber. is chairman of this event. Admission is 50c. Proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. • • • Miss Ruth Brotman announces the next meeting of the Beaux Arts League will take place on Sunday. December 7th at 8.30 p. m.'at the Sante Plaza, 1676 Collins Avenue. Fedya Portnoff. 8 years old. son of the late Prof. Leo Portnoff of the University .if Miami will play compositions by Mozart, Bach and Beethoven. Bcnjamerio De Gactini. Italian opera singer will present a group of arias and readings will be given by Dorothy Lightman of Boston. Mass. The Beaux Arts League is open to professional musicians, artists and writers. • • • "Chemistry in National Defense" will be discussed by Dr. E. V. Hjort. professor of chemistry of the University of Miami, at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, Dec. 5. 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elks Club. 720 West Ave. Mrs. Jack Silverman. educator, will speak on "The Child and its First Five Years." Miss Ruth Wolkowsky. pianist, will present a musical program. Mrs. Nathan Zwitman will introduce the speakers and lead the discussion. On Friday. Dec. 12. Forum will present Mr. Cloyd Head, who will speak on the theatre. Rabbi Colman Zwitman will give a book review. • • • The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will have its regular meeting Monday. December 8th. at 8 p. m. at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miss Rita Gordon, Youth Aliyah chairman, will be in charge of the program, which will include Palestinian music by Miss Ruth Brotman, an informal talk by Rabbi Spitz, who was personally acquainted with the Hadassah leader. Miss Henrietta Szold, and a skit by members of the Youth Aliyah committee. • • • Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will entertain old. new and prospective members at the membership tea on Monday, December 8th. at 2 p. m. at the Victor Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs. Harry Platoff. Membership chairman, will explain how Hadassah is helping to defend Palestine. Great Britain's "arsenal of Democracy" in the Near East, by expanding the scope of its endeavors in the fields of hospitalization, child welfare, youth aliyah and the reclamation of land. Assisting Mrs. Platoff on the membership drive are Mrs. Louis Rifas and Mrs. Douglas Raff. Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, education chairman, will present the program, and will review the famous "Old New Land," a novel in which Theodore Herzl, father of modern political Zionism, predicts with startling accuracy the present course of development in Palestine. Musical numbers will be given by Melvin Michel, violinist, accompanied by Shirley Ross, pianist. A social hour and refreshments will follow the program. The outstanding event of the Hadassah social calendar will be the annual Donor Dinner Dance on Sunday evening. December 14th, at 6:30 p. m. at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Mrs. Harold Vinson is General Chairman. Reservations and transportation may be arranged by calling Mrs. Vinson, 5-2296, Mrs. Barney Weinkle, 5-3764, and Mrs. Joseph Williamson, 5-1331. DEATHS Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the Gordon Funeral Home for Hyman Yale Waldorf, who died Sunday. A native of Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mr. Waldorf came to Miami 16 years ago. He was a member of Beth David Congregation and B'nai Brith. He leaves the widow, Sadie: his father. Nathan of Miami Beach; two daughters, Pearl and Ronce; and a son. all of Miami. Burial took place in Woodlawn Memorial Park Cemetery. • • • Harry Ofsowitz of 1548 .S. W. 3rd St. passed away Sunday. He ciime lure three years ago from Rochester, N. Y. He was vice president of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation, a member of the Moose. Odd Fellows. Redmen, Workmen's Circle and Jewish National Aid Society. Mr. Ofsowitz leaves the widow, Rose: six sons. Morris and Lou of Miami; Joseph of Milwaukee; Samuel of Detroit; Jack of Rochester and Max of Passaic. and a daughter. Mrs. Charlotte Abrams of Miami. Services were held Monday morning at the Gordon Funeral Home with burial following at Woodlawn Cemetery. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH CLYDE R. MARKLEY We Sell Rent Tune PIANOS Your Satisfaction—Our Guarantee 2916 S. W. 8th Street Phones 4-5951—4-7163 BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Isaacson announce the birth of a daughter at Jackson Memorial hospital Monday, December 2nd. Mrs Isaacson is the sister of Rabbi Max Shapiro. Tel Aviv (WNS)—Thousands of the Polish Jews in Soviet Russia, released from exile under the terms of the Russo-Polish agreement, will be permitted to leave Russia and proceed to Palestine, according to Elihu Dobkin, head ot the immigration department of the Jewish Agency. Mr. Dobkin, who spoke at a conference opening a relief campaign for Polish Jewish refugees, said that thousands of Polish Jews are now gathered in Turkestan and Buchara and are in need of immediate aid. In his address. Mr. Dobkin stressed that while thousands oi able-bodied Jews were refugees, wandering about the face of the earth, unable to enter Palestine. the county's agricultural and industry were suffering from a shortage of labor. "We await impatiently the new immigration Schedule which was to have been issued by the Palestine Administration last month for a period of six months, and which would enable the entrance of new immigrants into the country," the Jewish Agency official said. Beach Commonwealth Title Company 208 Mercantile Bank Bldg. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS PHONE 5-3346 W. J. McLEOD. JR. Vice President IT LIKES YOU C ame Wash. Ave. at 15th Miami Beach Open at 2:45 P. M. Air Conditioned OPEN 1:45 0 FRI.—SAT.—SUN. DEC. 5—6—7 "When the time comes for making academy awards, they can't skip Merle Oberon" Says Bob Fredricks in Miami Herald MERLE Oberon "LYDIA" WITH ALAN MARSHALL And Miami's Own Star Joseph Cotten LATE SHOW SAT. NITE AT 11 P. M. Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas Samples on Display at FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. 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PiSS^Sggrf'l!?' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 *Jewisti rkridUctn PAGE THREE KING'S..^^? KOMMENTS 0 0 Qjtrs The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Flondian King was walking down the Avenue In a window a sign came in view In so few words it said a lot On paper for you he did jot "A good thing to remember And a better thing to do Is to join up with the construction gang And not the wrecking crew" That this in his mind he surely thought Was what his readers long had sought So in the space of his weekly verse Gives to you for better—not for worse. STANLEY C. MYERS King prognosticated rather correctly last week in Kommenting on disturbances about to erupt disturbances of volcanic force The peculiar noises heard prior to the eruption have already been sounded. Circulars crudely worded and blatantly displayed in its makeup leave a distasteful feeling when seen on Miami Beach The Vaad should have used better taste and a defense of their methods is unnecessary ... a guilty conscience is inferred Office seekers and office holders in Lodges should set a good example for members to follow and have their dues in order making them officers in good standing King says it must be an embarrassing feeling to come face to face with yourself Carrying the banner and waving it h/jh this individual condemned and cried out that the wrong must be avenged the mistake in selection of the applicant admitted and corrected and all of a sudden he finds a similar situation in his own back yard. King quotes the law which says "Ignorance of the Law is no excuse." Remember? Stockholm (W N S)—The resourceful propaganda ministry of Dr. Joseph Goebbels, No. 1 Nazi oracle and soothsayer, has discovered "authentic documents" which will "prove" that the American Jewish Congress is concocting a vast plot to sterilize all Germans, according to reports now circulating in the Nazi press. The Nazi newspaper "Praguer Tog" reported that the sterilization scheme has the support of such leading American Jews as Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Sidney Hillman, Bernard Baruch and Mayor LaGuardia (the Nazis consider the New York mayor a Jew). Tnese Jewish leaders, the "expose" said, will submit the plan to sterilize all Germans at the peace conference if Nazi Germany loses the war. Neutral sources here expressed the opinion that the Nazi antiSemitic program must bo lagging if the propaganda ministry must hatch as fantastic a story as the "sterilization" plot to keep the fires of anti-Semitism going. Another possible explanation of the sudden spurt of activity by Dr. Goebbels, who only two weeks ago issued a new anti-Jewish code in which he warned that every Jew is an enemy of the Reich, was furnished indirectly by a report that the number of Nazi casualties in the Russian war has grown to staggering proportions. Nazi authorities in Kovno seized all Jewish schools, synagogues, hospitals and other institutions and converted them into emergency hospitals to take care of the train-loads of wounded Nazi soldiers. Even though the Jewish patients were summarily ousted, the Jewish institutions proved woefully inadequate to care for all the injured soldiers. Apparently, diplomats here said, Nazi higher-ups feel that they must convince the German propie that they have no alternative but to continue the war no matter how great the sacrifice in men and material. COMMUNAL HELP A large gathering was present to pay tribute last week to Stanley C. Myers in recognition of his service and efforts in the Greater Miami community and to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. The testimonial was tendered by the Federation and a group of friends and admirers. Held at the Victor Hotel, Miami Beach, Sunday night the guests included leaders and representatives of the Bar Association, Community Chest, Federation and innumerable civic, social and welfare agencies. Tributes and complimentary remarks were made with addresses to the guest of honor. He was presented with 3 plaque as a rememberance of the occasion and in appreciation of his untiring and devoted efforts as it is inscribed. Rabbi Max Shapiro made the presentation to which Mr. Myers responded. Since he has entered commuml affairs, Mr. Myers has served as past president for three years and present chairman of the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is an honorary officer and former president of the Jewish Welfare Bureau and is on its Board of Directors, He is a member of the campaign committee of the Community Chest, a member of the Board of Directors of the Family Service Bureau and vice president of the Council of Social Agencies and has served as president of B'nai B'rith and the Beth David Congregation. Telegrams and letters from organizations and friends from all over the country were received and read by Baron de Hirsch Meyer who served as chairman of the evening. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ THE TRIP BEAUTIFUL .Ightseelng Boat rhrangh 11,, WaMrwan o( Miami iiiarh. trln I < B. m., 1 |>. n.. and :t::to l>. m. from the HO" ICV PI.AZA HOTIX IMM'K, Miami llrarh $| YlK'KO ntstmlioM Hi. 5 OJI ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call PEARL BROS. Sole Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 Y. W. Tea Sunday, December 7 The Young Women's Hebrew Association will conduct its annual membership tea on Sunday afternoon, December 7, at 2:30 p. m. at its clubrooms, 1567 S. W. 5th Street. A unique and interesting program has been prepared by Mrs. Julius Jacobs, chairman of the committee. This will include S talk by Mrs. Abraham Kellner on "Women of Destiny," tableaus depicting the various projects sponsored by the "Y", and an excellent musical program. Refreshments will be served and the public is cordially invited. Assisting Mrs. Jacobs on this committee are the following: Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Pearl Reisman. Mrs. Lavine, Mrs. Sager, Mrs. Sam Feldman. Mrs. Ritwe, Mrs. Greenfield. Mrs. Jean Seitlin. Mrs. Haas. Mrs. Blau, Mrs. M. J. Levinson. Mrs. Hacker. Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Ethel Grossman and Miss Frances Ginsberg. "Y" Defeats Pan American 41-31 Our "Y" cage stalwarts led by manager Lefty Schemer and ably assisted by Jack Rosen, Davis Lackowitz. Stanley Tinter, Sam Kaiser. Melvin Schaffer. Ken Kasselman. Seymour Gladstone, and Artie Schwartz, won out over the Pan American Airways team with a last quarter spyn to win their first game in the Open City League. The next game will be the Kiser Drilling Co. cagers versus the Y.M.H.A. on Tuesday. December 9, at the Miami High Field House. The Girl Scouts of Troop 23 are planning for a membership RABBI ZWITMAN HONORED BY CONFERENCE OF RABBIS Cincinnati. O—Rabbi James G. Heller, president of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, has this week announced his appointment of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Miami as a member of the National C. C. A. R. committee on solicitation of funds. Chairman of the committee is Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Rabbi Julius Mark. Other members of the committee are Rabbis Louis Binstock of Chicago: Rabbi Barnett R. Bricker of Cleveland: Rabbi Julian Feibelman of New Orleans; Rabbi Philip D. Bookstabe'r of Harrisburg. Pa., and Rabbi Abraham Feinberg of Denver. The C. C. A. R. is the national organization of all reform rabis on the American continent. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH drive which will commence on Tuesday, December 9. All girls between the ages of 10 and 14 are invited to attend the meeting on December 9 at 7:30 p. m. "Y" to Celebrate 150 Anniversary of Bill of Rights Monday, December 15. marks the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the Bill of Rights, and the Y.M.H.A., always mindful and alert, is planning an elaborate celebration on Wednesday, December 17, to commemorate this occasion. An excellent program is being prepared, details of which will be given in the next issue. "Y" Welcomes Junior Hadassah Further evidence that the Y.M.H.A. is considered a real community center can be had from the fact that as time goes on, various organizations find the Y. M. H. A. auditorium a of these is the Junior Hadassah, fine meeting place. The latest last Monday evening. We welwho met at the "Y" auditorium come this splendid group of young ladies and hope their meetings with us will be most enjoyable. Home Camp Reunion Dec. 21 Maurice Grossman announces that plans are now being formulated for the Annual Home Camp Reunion for Sunday afternoon, December 21. More details later. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH sfc%>!^%^ s ***'^fe-i--' Hi ^H i



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PAGE FOUR +Jenisti Hcridiair FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREPLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 A REPLY The editorial entitled "Doubtful Groups" in our issue of November 7th has some three weeks later a lengthy letter from a group which apparently considers itself the object of the editorial. The Greater Miami Congress to Defend America By Defeating Hitler surprisingly and unusual in so doing, uses a letterhead with no names and no address—just a post office box. Of course this is trivial. On the other hand it hides identity prevents interference avoids investigation and troublesome inquiries. They express amazement and horror to discover such a vicious smear against an antiHitler meeting. They give us credit for being anti-Hitler. We question the viciousness. We plead guilty to being anti-Hitler. As to their being an "unjustified organization" seeking publicity. They wonder how we can call any group seeking destruction of the menace unjustified. They overlook entirely or evade the question. We stated that their organization was among those that were unjustified, unnecessary and not needed—not that the destruction of the menace was not a necessity. We say not as they do, Pray God that there were thousands of organizations which worked actively towards uniting the people of the United States behind our President's policies. We say. Pray God that the thousands of people who make up this great Democratic country of ours, would unite solidly behind the President's policies for the safeguarding of the United States. We say, Pray God eliminate the thousands who reap riches from these organizations, save the millions of dollars of salaries, administrative costs and expenses of mass meetings. These are only multiplications of self aggrandizement ana wholly unnecessary duplication of efforts. Statements by the group affirm names are unimportant and further state their name merely voices the theme of their meeting. Organization for a mass meeting or a series of mass meetings is positively unjustified. We reiterate that mass meetings are emotional outlets. They say the entire audience, some 400 people, was interested in the program. The Civic Center will hold 4,000 people. It was reported that more than 40,000 circulars were distributed. Many other methods were used. The attendance evidences not lack of interest in the theme of meeting but of the sponsors. The groups' example of officeholders appearing as evidence of endorsement falls upon deaf ears. While personally sincere they must show themselves and do so at all affairs. These liberty-loving public servants have often times unwittingly appeared on Communist sponsored as well as other programs. This group wholeheartedly agrees with us in our utterance that much closer working relationship between Miami organizations is needed. We said existing groups. The theme of a title for a meeting can not be the basis for an effective collaboration of these organizations. The genuine unity that is needed would be demonstrated by the evidence of these individuals who form this SUBSCRIPTION One Year. $2.00 Six Months. SI.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 49 SMictfy eongidenUai -By PHINEAS J. BIRONgroup joining the ranks of the existing groups who would welcome right meaning individuals! This without clamor—without more mass meetings—without more disgustingly distasteful actions. That is if they have the courage of their convictions—if they are sincere that they want the means to an end, that these thoughts, statements and utterances are their true ones and not the means to another end. We agree with the writer of the reply the question is far from a Jewish one. That "it was shameful that not one speaker, repre-1P" 1 "? senting the Miami Jewish Community" apj peared on the platform of the Anti-Hitler rally evidences there must be a reason. They were invited—that we know—They have always been in the forefront of this movement, properly sponsored. Their absence from a questionable meeting is not evidence to sustain an argument of why Gentiles should fight Hitlerism when Jews fail to do so. We are not afraid that Jews are war-mongers. Polls, statistics and evidence have proven to the contrary. We differ and strongly that action and more action is needed. Action and activity unless coordinated, sincere, well-planned, concrete, sensible, nonsensational and truly united is useless and worthless. With less efforts expended more results are obtained if this unity and coordination exists—if it is not steaded and overrun by innumerable groups all running pell mell and getting nowhere fast. If it is only by the unity of the people that our country can maintain its democracy, can defend itself, can continue to exist, then why does this group try to fight its way into an already overorganized circle doing the same work that they ostensibly intend to do. They thus destroy this unity—How much easier would it be to come forth and join and preserve, protect and insure this vital unity. No specific program has been announced by these individuals who have been dormant all the while. Their accomplishments and contemplations have not been stated. Do they feel that by flooding Miami with match folders carrying a slogan they will accomplish anything ... or in standing in front of restaurants on Miami Beach with a cup taking up a collection will they do likewise? We have not been given one concrete reason justifying the organization and existance of this new group. Of course this is only one group. The same conditions exist with many other groups. Nothing more is to be gained by further and endless discussion and controversy. As far as we are concerned this ends this particular matter. We have stated and reiterate "Nothing is to be FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE Reports from Japan indicate that the Nipponese have at last found a way of joining their Axis partners in their anti-Semitic pastimes The paucity of Jews in Japan had for a long time cramped the style of the local anti-Semites, but those clever little yellow men have now discovered a way of doing their share in combating the Jewish peril, it would seem What they did, we hear, was to ban the Old Testament as "Jewish propaganda" The only one and only Gertrude Stein, according to Leonard Lyons, is thinking of returning at last to her native America from the South of France, where she has been living since Paris became a good place to get out of Gertie, it would seem, has discovered that war is what Sherman said it was BRIEFS ON BRITAIN David ben Gurion's visit to this country will be very brief... He is due back in London for important discussions with British labor leaders, who are trying to force their government's on vital issues affecting the Jewish homeland Did you know that we're now getting Bullets from Britain? ... It seems that the Britons are thriftily gathering up Nazi machine gun bullets lying around loose after air raids, and are sending them here to be made over into fresh ammunition Over in England, incidentally, they have a slogan: The Atlantic shall I not become a Herron Pond LITERARY CORNER Here's a tip for an enterprising publisher The widow of Dr. Max Nordau has brought to this country the manuscript of Nordau's last philosophic work, which has been published only in Spanish ... In it the great thinker set forth his idea of what the world will look like after it shall have emerged from all its destructive wars ... Dr. Nordau, you should know, predicted the present war before the ink was dry on the Treaty of Versailles Jewish writers and artists will hold a big mass meeting in Madison Square Garden this month to express their full moral support of Russian Jewry in its present heroic fight against the Nazis ... If Ambassador Maxim Litvinoff reaches this country in time he will participate in the meeting RAF LAFF From Berlin, via the grapevine, comes the story of the old Jewish woman whom a Gestapo scout spied walking calmly through the street in the midst of an RAF raid ... He pounced on the old lady and started to drag her off to the nearest shelter "How dare you disobey our Fuehrer's orders?" he shouted at her over the din of bombs and guns "Hasn't he provided nice deep air raid shelters for everyone to use when those wicked Englishmen come over?" Th woman, however, wrenched herself free and pointed to the Mogan David emblem on her jacket "It's not me they're after," she said, as she continued on her way, "it's you who'd better get under cover" DRAMATICS Maurice Schwartz, founder of the Yiddish Art Theatre and outstanding figure of the contemporary Yiddish stage, told us the other day that he has left the Yiddish theatre for good He is looking for a likely English play now Joseph Buloff, whose acting has been creating such a sensation on Broadway, has written a play in collaboration with Ossip Dymow, and is looking forward to a Broadway production of it, featuring himself, after his current vehicle, "Spring Again," shall have completed its run Alfred A. Strelsin is one of the backers of Eddie Cantor's "Banjo Eyes," the super musical comedy that's expected to become one of the hits of the season Georgie Jessel's "High Kickers," the musical in which Sophie Tucker, mamma of all the red-hot mammas, displays a strip-tease gained by Jews, or anyone else, no matter the motivations in starting new organizations to ^^^^i^^iTdo^^'r^jTIk^ you, even though his American Beauty Octette has lost four members cy marriage since the show opened a few weeks ago Latest to desert the ranks, at this writing, is beauteous Joyce Matthews, who by the time you read this will most probably be Mrs. Milton Berle fight anti-Semitism. There is need for these people who are presently devoting themselves to defeating Hitlerism through mass meeting and the like to join these organized groups who have shown results and need help, in a planned program on a constructive and productive basis." The letter closes with a statement and we will use the same statement to do likewise. It states: "You can be a powerful support to a MUSICAL NOTES Bandleader Benny Goodman is a good Jewish boy, but he owes a lot to the neighborhood churches of his boyhood • Too poor to afford music lessons or even a musical instrument, he did Miami United and active towards the destrucall his practicing in churches, where he was permitted to use intion of Hitlerism. It is your duty to do so." Briefly we say, that is our intention. INSTALLATION BANQUET TO ficers of the women's branch on BE HELD SUNDAY, DEC. 7TH The installation banquet of the Rabbi Israel Yeshiva will take place Sunday night, Dec. 7 at the Tides Hotel. Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner is general chairman of arrangements and an excellent program has been prepared. Dr. David Andron will be master of ceremonies and John C. Temple will whose behalf the response will be made by Mrs. Joseph Brenner, newly elected president. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the Beth Jacob Congregation will offer the invocation and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky will speak in Yiddish on the significance of the Yeshiva. The principal address will be given by Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner, who will outline the history of the movement. An invitation install the officers of the men's division. Nathan Ginsberg will | has been extended to Stanley C. respond in the name of the officers and will give the presidential message. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, communal worker, will install the ofMyers who will bring greetings from the Jewish communities of Miami and Miami Beach, as well as Mitchell Wolfson, member of the Miami Beach city council. SLOVAKIA, BADLY CRIPPLED, MOBILIZES JEWS FOR ARMY Zurich (WNS)—The Nazi puppet state of Slovakia, suffering heavy losses on the Russian front, has mobilized for military service all men born out of mixed marriages, it was reported here. Hitherto, the Nazis had classified the offspring of couples where one of the parents was Jewish as completely Jewish and had barred them from all military service. The Slovakian press was reported to have explained, apologetically, that these men would not be permitted to become ofI ficers. struments without charge Bandleader Meyer Davis would have you know that he has a collection of 28 pieces of White House silver—given to him in appreciation of the excellence of his orchestra's work Over in Jersey there's a clothing factory manager who combines sewing with solmization He's Irving Moselowitz, who writes the music and lyrics for the annual show given by his firm, the Bond clothing people, with a cast made up of the factory's employees ABOUT PEOPLE That dinner which the British War Relief Society tendered to Dr. Israel Goldstein last week was one of the most successful and gUttering events of the year ... It was the Society's wayol showing appreciation of the tireless and intensive work Rabbi Goldstein has been doing for its cause ever since the inception of its efforts Peter Bergson, one of the most active, leaders ot the Committee for a Jewish Army, is a nephew of the late Chie Rabbi A. J. Kook of Palestine The Jewish military aviation school on Long Island, of which Eri Jabotinsky is the head, recently enlarged its faculties to make room for 250 students • • (CONTINUBO ON PAK %  >



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941 fJewisti fkriaficir TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tomple 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 way. each matter will be hold in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. Doc. 5th. 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach on the subject: "Two-Way Passage." A discussion of Louis A.lamic's plan outlined in his book, its implications for European Israel and the obstructions in the paths of the plan. A Sisterhood Reception for worshipers to follow the services. Sabbath Morning Services Sabbath Morning Services will begin in our Temple on Saturday Dec. 13th at 11.00 a. m. Members of the congregation arc urged to attend these services, when the Torah reading and congregational singing are part of the service. Federation Convention On Sunday and Monday, Nov. 30th and Dec. 1st. a most significant and inspiring convention took place at West Palm Beach, Pla.. with delegates from Reform Congregations and Sisterhoods of the states of Alabama, Georgia and Florida present. We wish to note that a large Temple Israel delegation was present, and was most active in all of the proceedings of the sessions. The following represented our Congregation at the convention: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boyell, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein, Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mr. Harry Nevins, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Frank Perlman, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Harry Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Simons, Mrs. Louis Zeientz, Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Temple Israel Youth Group Cultural and social meeting, Sunday evening. December 7th. at 8:30 p. m. in Kaplan Hall, of Temple Israel. Mr. William I. Boxerman, Regional Director of A. D. L. will present an illustrated slide lecture. Dancing, refreshments. Admission free. Religious School Note Birthdays of the following pupils of our Religious School will be celebrated Sunday morning: Joan Raff. Mildred Greenberg, Selma Schnitzer. Edward Pastroff, Jacqueline Freedman, Marcia Sable, Adele Cowen, Louis Wien, Harris Klein, Marjorie Friedman. In Memoriam "May the father of peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Isadore Lipton, father of Mr. Jos. M. Lipton; Malcolm H. Ulman, husband of Mrs. Rose Ulman. Yahrzeits: Joseph Seidenberg, father of Mr. J. M. Seidenberg; Max Zeientz, father of Mr. Louis Zeientz; George Winsberg, father of Mrs. A. R. Hollender; Mary Frank, mother of Mr. M. C. Frank. Floral offerings last week were in memory of Charles Lerner and Sara Raskin. PAGE FIVE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEU.NER. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone S-519] 590 S. W. 17th Avenue J 2£FE H ALEK, Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-OS2S TALMUD TdRAH 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 The Red Cross Roll Call merits your support. Enroll now! 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 :15p.m. Sabbath Service 9 :00 a.m. Ladies Auxiliary There will be a meeting of the j Ladies Auxiliary of the Congregation on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the auditorium of the new synagogue. Members and friends are most cordially welcome. Memorial Windows The congregation announces thai a committee has been named to install beautiful and suitable memorial windows in the synagogue in memory of friends and members whose families want to provide them with such worthy and honored memorials. Windows have been purchased already in the memories of Abraham and Rose Jacobs, Henry Bierman. Mr. Appelbaum and Bernard Baer. Those interested please phone Mr. Rifas, the president at 3-8817. In Memoriam The Yahrzeit of our late and revered sister, Mrs. Rose Block Olcho Hasholom. will be observed in the synagogue on Tuesday night and Wednesday coming, the 20th day of Kislev. We honor the unforgetable memory of our dear friend and pray for the Eternal Heavenly Bliss of Bashe Rachel Bas Reb Yisroel. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound grief the death of our dear brother and friend, the late first vice president of our congregation. Harry Ofshovitz Olov Hasholom. His was a loving and kind personality and a character of nobility and forthright Jewishness. As a friend to all and a loyal supporter of our synagogue he made an unforgettable name for himself in our midst and we humbly beg to extend to every member of the family the Congregation's deepest and fullest sympathy. Teachers Meeting The next meeting of our Sunday School faculty will take place on Tuesday night, Dec. 9th at 8 o'clock in the auditorium of our new synagogue. Members of the congregation, the Ladies Auxiliary and all those interested in Jewish education are welcome to attend these gatherings. Congratulations We are pleased to extend sincere congratulations to N. Ginsburg and to all of the officers of the newly formed Yeshiva organization as well as to Mrs. Joseph Brenner and all officers of the Ladies Auxiliary who will be ininstalled this coming Sunday night. May the Lord prosper their efforts and may they lead the organization to the greatest heights of glory and success. Mazel TOT We are most happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr and Mrs. Sidney Solloway upon their recent marriage and wish them a happy and blessed llfe With the Federation Max Rifas is heading the committee of the congregation for the forthcommg Federation drive, and Herbert Scher of 11 <5 b w^ 16th Ave. has_been delegated to (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday __ 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-132S MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S W. 21st Terrace Sabbath Services This Friday evening at eight o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will lecture at the Miami Beach Jewish Center on the subject. •The Man of God and The Woman of The Streets." Cantor Lengyel will officiate with the assistance of the Center Choir, Miss Edith Freeman assisting in its direction. On Saturday morning at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will preach on The Scriptural Lesson. Children arc urged to attend the Junior Congregation at 10:15 a. m. In the afternoon at 5 p. m. the Oneg Shabbath will be held. Dedicated To The Spirit Of America This will be the slogan of The First Jewish Yearbook which will be published by the Center on Washington's birthday. Feb. 22nd and will be edited by Rabbi Leon Spitz, the Educational Director. It will be a beautiful and profusely illustrated album depicting the Jewish Scene of Greater Miami and will also contain many important and significant chapters of American Jewish History. In this connection there will also take place the Annual President's Dinner in honor of the Center's President. Mr. M. H. Frankel to which the presidents of affiliated organizations will act as hosts. Friendly organizations are requested to hold this date in mind in planning their affairs. Sisterhood At its General membership meeting held on Tuesday evening it was announced by the various committees that the Chanuka week will be utilized by the Sisterhood for three individual Chanuka affairs which will present elaborate and interesting programs. The first of these will introduce the holiday on the First Chanuka Night with a musical Festival to be directed by Cantor Lengyel. Mme. Lengyel. operatic star and Mr. Walter Grossman, well known celloist. will also appear and will be accompanied by Miss Edith Freeman. Additional features will be announced in the very near future. The Sisterhood will also tender an informal Chanuka Receptioi to the entire community on Tuesday evening. Dec. 16th under the direction of the cultural chairman, Mrs. Marie Marbach who will present a Chanuka Skit in which members of the Sisterhood will participate. The lighting oi the Chanuka lights will be featured and the speaker of the evening will be Captain Stephen De Szato who will speak on the subject. "Will Israel Survive? A record breaking attendance is expected since the evening will be open to all without admission phsrec The Sisterhood will also take over the services on Friday evening, Dec. 19th which will be designated Sisterhood Sabbath. Mrs. Helen Schonfeld and the other officers will participate personally in the Sabbath Eve services and will also be the hosts at an in forma l reception to (CONTINUED ON PAGE ) CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 X. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor 30 S. W. 5th Ave. Tel. 3-8172 Synagogue Services Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; 5:45 p. m. Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.; 5 and 6 p. m. Junior Congregation Saturday at 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. Opening Friday Night Forum Rabbi Mrscheloff will begin his fifth year of Friday night lectures this Friday. His opening subject will be "Planning." Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Make Friday night Beth Jacob night. Bring young and old. Sabbath Services "Coming Home" will be the theme of the Rabbi's sermon this Saturday. A sermonette will be preached by one of the children during the junior services. Sisterhood An exceptionally large attendance graced the meeting of our Sisterhood held Monday at the home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzcr. A large number of new member?, were greeted by the president. Mrs. B. H. London. Plans for the annual Sisterhood dinner are under way. Our Sisterhood is purchasing a large number of chairs, desks and a teacher's desk, to completely equip our religious school for the record attendances we have been having. To the Sisterhood a hearty thanks. Religious School Our Rabbi and members of the faculty are busy rehearsing the plays, drills, recitations and songs which will be part of the annual Religious School Chanuka Entertainment. The affair is to be held in conjunction with the monthly meeting of our P. T. A. Sunday evening, December 21st. There will be no admission charge. Taking part in last Sunday's assembly program were the following: Joyce Bruckner. Alan Altschuler. Jimmy Burton. Jay Weiss, Rochclle Brooks. Beverly Steinberg. Norma Rubin. Beverly Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7:30 a.m. Evening Services 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning... 8:30a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3 :15 to 6.15 p. m. Mrs. Louis Marguliti Reporlini for Beth David Conytajiitto* and Sisterhood Late Friday evening services at 8:15. Cantor Henry Marbein and mixed choir will chant. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and will discuss the subject. "A Rabbi Looks at His Community." Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium after the benediction, arranged by Mrs. E. Dermer, in honor of her birthday. Junior Services Junior Congregational services, conducted by David Jacobs, Harvey Sootin, Bernard Dickson and Meyer Greenberg, on Saturday morning at 10:30. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Leonard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler, will be held during the services this Saturday morning at 9:30. An invitation is extended to all worshipers to attend the reception which will follow immediately after the services. Cultural Group Group of Jewish studies for adults will start this Monday evening. Dec. 8th at Beth David for members and friends in the following courses: From 7:30 to 8:30 "Kohol" group under the direction of Cantor Marbein: Elementary and Conversational Hebrew taught by L. Gadon, 8:30 to 9:30, and a course in Hebraic Civilization conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro from 9:30 to 10:30. Home Studies Group Members and friends of Beth David who desire to form informal "Cultural Group" at different homes for purpose of discussion, are advised that the Rabbi will be more than happy to start such groups if contacted. The initiative must be taken by the individRubin. Marilyn Hochman and ua i t0 form such home groups. Beatrice Licht. Parent-Teachers' Association At this week's meeting of our executive, the next meeting's I program was discussed, and .plans for the costuming of children taking part in the entertainment were made. Membership cards are being printed. For further information address Mrs. F. Steinberg care of the synagogue. Maccabeans Committee reports on a club pin and a club sweater were tendered at the last meeting. A number of pledges were admitted. Boys between the ages of 14 and 18 can apply for membership through any of the members. Habanoth Final preparations for the Chanuka party to be held Saturday night. December 20th, were made. The affair is to be held at the Park Central Hotel. The Maccabeans are to be the club's guests. A Ways and Means Committee to cooperate with a similar Maccabean committee was elected. Ten more "beanies are being ordered to take care of the latest pledgees. Streamlined Lecture Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz was the guest speaker last Tuesday (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Show your earnestness to start such groups. In Memorium The following names of beloved ones who are inscribed in our Book of Life and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming week, will be mentioned during the late services Friday night: Aida, mother of Mrs. Hoffman: Ester, mother of Mrs. Harry Oliphant; Mayer Shiman, father of Mrs. Abe Rubin; Isser, son of Louis Weinkle; Channa. mother of Betty Maer; Gedalyouh, father of Mrs. Sidney Rauzin; Rifkah, wife of Charles Greenberg; Yitzchock, father of Mohlinger family; Moshe, father of S. B. Miller, Alexander, father of I. Benjamin. In Appreciation Mrs. Sam Weissel, general chairman of the barn dance held last Sunday evening at the Beth David Auditorium wishes to express her sincere gratitude to all members and friends who helped to make this affair such a huge success both socially and financielly. P. T. A. Carnival Beth David Sisterhood will hold a Chanukah carnival for the Sunday School students, parents, members and friends. Sunday, December 4th from 4 p. m. un(CONT1NUED ON PAGE •) %  iMiMsSM^^m^^^^M^^^



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FRIDAY. DECEMBER *Jenisti ftoridian PAGE SEVEN SWIVEL CHAIR Plaque presented to Stanley C. Myers, first president of Federation and now chairman of the Board of Directors, at a testimonial last Sunday. I'hoto bv Hi Tone EU.S. JEWISH GROUP G L AIM S_J USTIGE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE I) "Jewish names may perhaps bulk large in the lists of those so-called American Reds, the total number of Communists and fellow-traveler Jews is but a small fraction of the total American Jewish population. To play them up as typical is to mislead." Judge Frank added that there is a small group of fanatic Jewish nationalists who have identified themselves completely with Palestine and that these, too, are Jewish sojourners in America. In addition, he listed a "group of wealthy Fascist Jews in America" which he says is not large in number and has escaped public attention. They want America to appease Hitler, according to Judge Frank who says "most of them would welcome some kind Of American dictatorship, which, they are confident, would be no menace to them." "Those minorities arc out of step with the great majority of American Jews," the article said. "The erroneous belief that American Jews think and act and vote as a bloc, and are primarily interested in matters Jewish in America and throughout the world, gains plausibility because a majority of American Jews have adopted a 'hush policy.' They have been understandably sensitive to criticism and have feared that any discussion of the 'Jewish question' would activate anti-Jewish feeling." Judge Frank said he favored a policy of speaking out and charges "some persons deliberately and others innocently, are aiding Nazi efforts to promote violent American anti-Semitism of the concentration camp variety. If ever any Americans go to a concentration camp, American democracy will go with them." MIAMI Zionist ILS District By Louis Heiman, Pres. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Bet Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 5-131* Our flag, long may it wave! We speak now of the Jewish flag, and that brings to mind an objection sometimes raised to the Zionist movement. Can a Jew be an American and a Zionist? No one will deny that Justice Louis D. Brandeis was a loyal American and an ardent Zionist. His statement on this subject should therefore be representative and entitled to respect: "Let no American imagine that Zionism is inconsistent with patriotism. Multiple loyalties are objectionable only if they are inconsistent. A man is a better citizen of the United States for being also a loyal citizen of his state, and of his city; for being loyal to his family, and to his profession or trade; for being loyal to his college or his lodge. Every IrishAmerican who contributed towards advancing home rule was a better man and a better American for the sacrifice he made. Every American Jew who aids in advancing the Jewish settlement in Palestine, though he feels that neither he nor his descendants will ever live there, will likewise be a better man and a better American for doing so." Need anything more be said? The week beginning December 21st has been designated as Flag Week by all the Zionist groups in Greater Miami. Jewish flags will be sold with the proceeds going to the Jewish National Fund for the purchase of land in Palestine. It is particularly appropriate that the period around Chanuka should be chosen for Flag Week, for it is the holiday when we are reminded of the rededication of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem, after the victories of Judas Maccabee and his followers. May Flag Week in Greater Miami this year serve as an inspiration to all of us to lend our earnest efforts to the reestablishment of a Jewish Homeland in Palestine, and Chanuka will hereafter have an even greater significance, for your support will bring nearer the day when our dreams shall come trueRe-ember Flag Week beginning December 21st, and buy a Jewish Flag! A New Racket Rackets of all kinds seem almost inevitably to accompany modern complex society ... So we suppose that there is nothing particularly strange about the extension of the same evil to religion Especially when history reveals that religious charlatans have existed in all ages and climes. There is always a first time for everything We have just had our first experience in Miami with a racket run by a religious functionary Into our possession has come a letter from someone professing to be a rabbi in New York, offering Miami residents rabbinical divorces by mail. The letter says in part: "May we respectfully call your attention to the fact that our Rabbinical Tribunal may grant Rabbinical Divorces .We respectfully invoke the trite principle of the Jewish law that the remarriage of divorced Jews or Jewessses is valid only if said parties have procured a Rabbinical Divorce from a duly ordained Rabbi, in addition to the Statutory Decree." Jewish communities can ill afford to be plagued with malodorous characters of the type that will issue such letters Unfortunately, no operation of the civil law will touch people of this kind Nevertheless, we have referred this chillel hashem to our New York office for investigation Through the rabbinical association we hope to eliminate this most recent stench in the nostrils. Stiff-necked People There are refugees and refugees Some are desirable, some are undesirable, some are wise, some are simple. In other words, they basically are much like the other human beings in our population in their inherent qualities ... So what gets our goat in a certain troublesome situation in Florida is not the fact that a refugee is engaging in a certain type of undesirable conduct, but that any Jew persists in activities harmful to the Jewish people. In one of the Florida communities there is a refugee who has been getting along pretty nicely in his general adjustment to American life And if he would confine himself to selling his products, everything would be lovely ... But this man fancies himself to be a speaker, even though he has not yet mastered the King's English and his accent can be cut with a knife ... He persists in seeking speaking engagements before non-Jewish groups. Moreover, it has been reported to us that the impression which he makes upon a non-Jewish audience is decidedly bad We have asked him not to speak, but speak he must ... So it has been necessary to do that which we do only in extreme situations We have advised our keymen throughout Florida to discourage non-Jewish groups from using his services. Doesn't it beat all how our own people often make trouble for themselves? Housewarming Some weeks ago the ADL Pictured above is the presentation of a gold loving cup to Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, president of the Fifth District Ladies Auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, at a meeting of the Supreme Council held in Washington. D. C. last month. The cup was awarded to the district she heads as it had the largest percentage of increase of membership the past year. Mrs Rotfort is also president of the State Federation of B'nai B'rith Auxiliaries and of the Miami Lodge. From left to right in the picture is Mrs. Lenore Underwood, Mrs. Lawrence Koeninsgsberger and Mrs. Rotfort. POLITICS BACK OF REFUSAL FOR PALESTINIAN ARMY London (WNS)—Political considerations rather than insufficient military equipment prompted Great Britain to back down on its promise to establish a Jewish Army in Palestine after negotiations had reached the point where a commanding officer had been selected for the Jewish Army, according to the Jewish Agency for Palestine. The charges were contained in a pamphlet. "The War Effort and War Potentialities of Palestine Jewry," a review of the correspondence between the Jewish Agency and the British Colonial and War Offices, copies of which were distrtibuted this week among members of Parliament. The document disclosed that as December. 1940, Brigadier L. A. Hawes had been selected to head the proposed Jewish militaray force. Plans for a Jewish Army were prepared by Brig. Hawes with the collaboration of the British War Office and the Jewish Agency. It was revealed that Lord Moyne. British Colonial Secretary, told Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency, on August 1, 1941, that he saw no political objection to the formation of a Jewish Army. Shortly afterwards, however, when Dr. Weizmann suggested that a public announcement of the organization of a Jewish Army be made, Lord Moyne replied that technical difficulties had arisen and necessitated postponement of the plan. Lord Moyne and other British spokesmen have insisted that shortage of military equipment and transportation facilities dictated Britain's decision to abandon immediate plans for a Jewish Army, denying that political considerations entered into the picture. moved into new and enlarged quarters in the Seybold Building We have been wanting for some time to have members of the community come up and look us over Now that every chajr is in place, we will hold an open house and exhibit next Wednesday evening, December 10, from 8:30 to 10:00 p. m. If you have received an invitation please be sure to attend Admission is by invitation only Refreshments will be served by a reception committee from the ADL Cooperative Council. Gut Shabbos! EXPLANATION OP EQUIPMENT LACK IS GROUNDLESS New York (WNS)—The exment that insufficient military planation by the British Governequipment made impossible the formation of a Jewish Army in Palestine was dismissed as an evasion of the problem by David Ben-Gurion. chairman of the executive of the Jewish Agency, who attributed Britain's failure to stick to its promise to "diplomatic bureaucrats" and appeasers. Mr. Ben-Gurion. who conducted a press conference at the headquarters of the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs shortly after his return from Baltimore where he addressed the InterAmerican Jewish Conference, characterized the controversy as "a clash between military necessities and political considcrnations." "I would never ask for anything that would weaken the war position of Great Britain." the Zionist leader said, discounting the official British explanation. "The Jewish Agency has good ground to believe that the formation of a Jewish Army will lead to an increase in the British military equipment, and did not hesitate to so inform the British Government." he added. Mr. Ben-Gurion voiced the belief that American Jews can influence the British Government's attitude towards Jewish demands for Palestine and the Jewish Army and urged them to take a more active interest in the controversy. He was particularly bitter about certain British diplomats who, he said, did everything within their power to obstruct Jewish efforts to further the British war campaign. At the same time, Mr. BenGurion disclosed that he had conducted negotiations in London with Soviet Ambassador Ivan Maisky with regard to the aid which the Yishuv in Palestine is anxious to extend to Soviet Russia. The veteran Zionist made clear that the Palestine Jewish community is prepared to give all moral, political and any other assistance to Russia. *•



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PAGE EIGHT Jewish ncridlian FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1941 B'nai B'rith Not es By MILTON FRIEDMAN Elections will be held Tuesday night. Dec. 9th. at the Womans Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. Miami. That simple announce-1 merit according to estimates made by Pres. elect Burnett Roth j will bring out about five hundred members. I believe he is just a wee bit optimistic. The largest election meeting in the history of the lodge that anywheres ap-, preached the above estimate took j place about four years ago in that classic fight when Bros. Ike • Levin, the late Louis Shochet. and yours truly battled for the j vice-presidency. The elections j this year will certainly again ^ prove very interesting and cram, filled with action. There are quite a number of candidates for various offices so: come on out. vote for the man, who in your opinion has done] and can do the most good for the lodge, and let Sholem Lodge get off on the right foot for the enng year. The following are the offices | and the candidates: 1st vice-1 president. Louis Heiman and j Milton Friedman. 2nd vicepresident. Walter Kovner, Marty j Milstein, Louis Heiman and Milton Friedman. Recording seen.-! tary. Bernard Spector and Walter Kovner. Assistant Monitor. David Catsman and Dr. Alex Kushner. Warden. Maurice Cromer. Marx Feinberg. and Emil Gould. Guardian. Marty Milstein and S. B. Miller. Trustee for one year. Jack Abbott. Al' Pallot. Carl Weinkle and George Wolpert. Three out of the four are to be elected. Those already in office, having been unopposed, are Burnett Roth. Pres.. Harold Turk. treasurer, Abe Aronvitz. Monitor. Sam Silver. Financial secy, and Leo Eisenstein. three year trustee. You will notice that several brothers have been nominated for more than one office. Each office will be voted upon separately and the winner is naturally automatically eliminated from the race for the lower office. For instance, the winner ( : the race for first vice-presit would be eliminated from the race for second vice-president, etc. Those in arrears in dues will be privileged to pay same at the meeting and prior to the election so as to enable them to vote. A table will be set up where these dues may be paid. There will be other tables around the room identified by alphabetical letters in front of them, to wit: A to F. G to K. etc. As you enter the meeting room you will proceed to the table containing the initial of your last name and there will receive your ballot. If you are in arrears, go to the special table as aforesaid. The meeting, as per usual, will start promptly at 8:30 p. m. Exercise your democratic rights and be sure to be present to register your ballot. During the past year a young lady has been doing a tremendous amount of work for the lodge and although it is true that she has been a paid employee yet it is also true that she has worked harder and for longer hours than most employees in similar positions. I am referring to our secretary. Miss Millicent Roth. Well. Millicent is now in Wash., the result of a successful civil service exam. As she put it and I quote "I've been drafted by the navy". Millicent's parting words were ] that she appreciated how nice j everyone had been to her and wished to thank everyone for their cooperation. Good luck and the best wishes of the Lodge go with you. Taking her place is Miss Sara August and you'll be seeing more of her from now on. Remember election of officers, Tuesday night, Dec. 9th. Womans Club. C. WILLIAM HOMA HEADS UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE Income Underwriters. Inc.. has announced that C. William Horn a has become manager of the firm and effective Dec. 1st they have acquired the hospitalization department of the Pennsylvania Casualty Company from Stcmbler, Adams. Frazier Insurance Agency. Inc. Mr. Homa will continue writing general life insurance. HOF BRAU IS AGAIN OPENED Tudor Inn. formerly the Hof Brau Restaurant, located at 221 N. E. 2nd St.. is now open under the personal supervision of Mr. Penfield. Cocktails are served in the beautiful new lounge until 6 p. m. at popular prices. Delicious foods are prepared for individual orders. S T R cut L Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In Imsli ess UIHIIT ill.' fictitious nunic or RUBENSTEIN'S intend to register the said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. GEORGE FARKA8 HELENA KARKAS 11 21 -2S 11/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of BARBIZON APT. HOTEL intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida, JACOB CHAVES BENJAMIN CHAVES LEON CHAVES ii 21-2S i2/5-i2-i NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in b islneai under the fictitious name of Ki.Aiil.ER MEMORIAL. GROUP ASSOCIATES intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit C.-urt of Ds.de County, Florida. ALFRED C.OTTESMAN 11 21-28 12/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in IS under the fictitious name of ZISSEN'8 BOWERY intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dude County. da. HYMAN ZISSEN LOUIS ZISSEN CHARLES ZISSEN M. IZISSEN DOROTHY ZISSEN LILLIAN ZISSEN Mil.TON A FRIEDMAN Attorney for Applicants 11 21-2-> 12 5-12-19 NOTED HORSE TRAINER IS AGAIN AT TROPICAL PARK Hirsch Jacobs, who has headed the list of American trainers more times than any other man. and who holds top place again this year, has checked in ftf Tropical Park with one of the strongest divisions of horses he has ever drafted for competition in this land of sunshine. Needless to say. the Jacobstrained horses will play a prominent role at the Gables Racing Association's meeting which will open on Saturday. December £0. for a 21-day '"stand." Seldom since racing became Miami's favored winter sport have Jacobs' charges failed to score with amazing regularity. JEWISH CALENDAR All Holidays Start the Preceding Evening 5702 1941 Rosh Chodesh Kislev Thursday and Friday. Nov. 20 21 Chanukah Dec. 15 to 22 Rosh Chodesh Tebeth ... Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 21 Fast of Tebeth Tuesday. Dec. 23 F. A. PETERSON. District Manager The tervicet of our Accounting Engineering Reeeareh Division are Available to you—without charge—at any time. Whenever a problem arises involving printed forma or their ue. we invite you to take advantage of thi. The Shelby SaleBDOok Co. service. CORAL GABLES. FLA. P. O. Box 4473 PHONE 4-4240 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) Federal Housing chief Nathan Straus has the nation's housing troubles on his head—but the other day he found a few minutes to do some shopping for his own home, at Gimbel's sale of objects d'art from the collection of William R. Hearst WEEKLY GIGGLE Making the rounds again is Harry Hershfield's story of the commercial travelor who, returning from a business trip, locked himself into his office and start-j ed to write a long, long letter His partner, eager to hear the reJ port of the trip, paced the floor outside the locked door, stopping every once in a while to knock— but getting no reply ... At last the letter-writer came out, a bulky sealed envelope in his hand "What's so important about that letter?" screamed the partner "Couldn't you have told me about your trip first?" ... "I wanted to get this letter to Hitler off as quickly as possible." was the reply "He's always yelling for more territory—so I'm telling him he can have the Middle West" INVITATION "The Inter-American Conference may not have accomplished anything practical, but it surely made quite an impression on the delegates from Latin America, who are not used to such oratory as Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Louis Lipsky. Dr. Nahum Goldman and Sumner Welles regaled them with." commented an observer who had attended the Baltimore sessions Delegates from Latin America. however. protested against this observation "When it comes to eloquent oratory," they declared, "we can show you people a thing or two Just come down and see us some time" Miami Jewish Federation Campaign begins Sunday, January 18th. HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN %  —Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone, MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There ll No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK FINE CUSTOM TAILORING 114" Lincoln Roail Ph. 5-3812 To The Gentleman. For he who takei particular pride in hie appearance, we ofter the eervicee of maater tailor*, skilled in the art of creating and correctly fitting clothea which enhance hie own person, ality and taate. We are now showing a large as. sortment of the Newest Colors in Fine Fabrica for Evening. Sports and Business Wear. Now Open for the 18th Consecutive Season VISIT BETTE WHITE CORSETIERE STUDIO 420 Lincoln Road. Room 414 Mercantile Nafl. Bank Bldg. MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA Foundations Brassieres. Designed to Individual Requirement! PHONE 5-0101 AUGUST STUDIO oi Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida LEGAL NOTICES R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 TOTHEMIHWFST Ride the Famous FLORIDA SUNBEAM To Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P. M. c ir*t trip Dec. 14th ALL-PULLMAN Air-conditioned. Wide choice of sleeping car accommodations; sections, bedrooms, compartments, drawing rooms. Buffet-club and buffet-lounge cars. Dining cars. Low rail fares. DIESEL-POWERED between Voldesta, Oa. and Cincinnati CITY TICKET OFFICE, 173 E. FUgler St.. Miami. Tel. 3-S391. T. W. Luckett, AC PA. SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM NOTICE IS IIRRKBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In liiisim-HS under the fictitious name of CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at 686 Colllna Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., Intetlda to register the Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of JJude County. Florida. KM It. BBNZELL 11/21-28 12/5-12-19 NOTICE IS IIKRKHY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPI'K intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. CHARLES WEINSTK1N ISAAC JOFFK Attorney for Applicant 11/21-28 12/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOTEL DAVIS Intends to register the said name with the Clerk or the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. RUBEN SHAPIRO 11/7-14-21-28 12/5 NOTICK IS HERKBY GIVKN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of JIMMIES RESTAURANT Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. TOM RIOGINS JAMKS F. VA1R 11 7-14-21-28 12/5 NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of L. C. BAR at 600 5th St.. Miami Be&Ch, Florida, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County Florida. BERNARD COHEN MURRAY GLACKMAN 11/7-14-21-28 12/5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of FIFTH AVENUE SUNDRIES at 743 N. \V. 5th Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. C. STALLONE JIM.M1E 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 169 West Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I. PASHKOW MOI.I.IE PASHKOW MARTIN GENET Attorney for Applicants II 14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICS that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of BIM/OWS HOTEL at 127 27th St.. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the sit Id name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. ABE H. MAZOR 11/14-21-28 12,5-12 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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag) in business under the fictitious name Of EHRLICH BROS. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Florida. MORRIS EHIU.ICH SAM KHRI.ICH 11/7-14-21-28 12/3 NOTICE IS 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. MOI.I.IE WEINSTE1N ISAAC JOFFE Attorney for Applicant II 21-28 12/5-12-19 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of RoYAI, PALM CANDIES intends to register the said name with the. Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. BECLAH SUGARMAN 11 14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SAMS TROPICAL FRUIT & VEGETABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola Way. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court pf Dade County. Florida. MRS. GISSIE JACOBSKIND 11/14-21-28 12/5-12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ROBINSON FKIMT SHIPPER. nit ends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. YALE GORDON 11 JS 12 r-12-19-26 ^^_ NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW To WHOM IT MAY CoNCI-.ltNNotice Ll hereby given that the undersigned, pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute." House Bill No. UTS, Chapter No. 20*51, Uiws of Florida. 1941. will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Dade County. Florida, upon receipt of proof ot publication of this notice, the fMN' tlous name. t..-wit: TROPICS HOTEL., under v. hich we are engaged in business at number K.52 Collins Avenue. In the City of Miami Beach. Florida. That the parties Interested in said business enterprise, are as follows: DAVID (I.il.DIN ETHEL GOLD1N 11/28 12/5-12-19-26


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VOLUME 14No. 49
MIANy, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941
PRICE 10 CENTS
MS PLAYING
IW1P0RTANT ROLE
IN LIBYA BATTLE
51 STUDENTS FROM POLAND
LEAVE SHANGHAI DEC. 11TH
London (WNS) Palestine Jew-
I jsh soldiers, including a number
of refugees who enlisted with the
British forces in the Holy Land,
are plaving an active part in the
neat Libyan offensive, according
,0 tho London Daily Telegraph
I correspondent accompanying the
British troops in Libya.
In his dispatch, the war corres-
pondent reported: "Far in the
desert, at no great distance from
the enemy, it was my curious
| experience to sit in a dug-out
talking of German books and
i music, of the Munich and Salz-
burg festivals, of holidays in the
Bavarian and Tyrolese valleys,'
with two men who were German-
born. One of them was an ex-1
officer of the Austrian army.
They wore British uniforms, the
ex-officer being a staff sergeant
and his friend a lieutenant of the
Palestine Volunteer Pioneer
Corps, which does hard work on
this front, work all the more valu-
able because of the labor dearth
[ in this part of the world.
It is a corps remarkably com-
I posed. Even within the small
detachment I visited twenty dif-
ferent languages are spoken,
while included in it are German-
born professional men, illiterate
Yemenite Jews as dark as Arabs,
and Abyssinian Jews who are as
black as negroes. The corps first
saw service in Greece and Crete,
where it suffered a high propor-
tion of losses.
"For long months now these
men have been working in the
desert, the common inspiration
of all. however different in type
and origin, being a conviction
that only in the victory of British
arms lies a secure future for
Palestinian Jewry. On parade
English is used, though German
is the mother tongue of my two
friends, they have altogether ab-
jured it from a passionate resent-
ment against Nazi persecution,
and speak English among them-
selves."
Montreal (WNS)A group of
51 Yeshiva students, originally
from Poland and Lithuania, will
leave Shanghai on Dec. 11 on
the first leg of their journey to
Canada, it was disclosed here by
the United Jewish Refugee and
War Relief Agencies in Canada,
which secured the necessary com-
mission for the students to emi-
grate to Canada.
In view of the mounting ten-
sion between Japan and the
United States, the belief was ex-
pressed here that the students,
part of a group of 80 young Jew-
ish scholars, were leaving Shang-
hai just in time because of the
possibility that emigration from
Shanghai may be cut off. The
other 29 students have already
arrived here. From Shanghai the
group will proceed to Manila and
from there to San Francisco.
[U.S.
RUMANIA TURNS TO JEWS
AS PLANE LOSSES MOUNT
CLAIMS JUSTICE
3(J(! MINISTERS
URGE CHURCH TO
ADOPT PROGRAM
REP. SOMERS URGES U.S. ASK
ENGLAND FOR JEWISH ARMY
Washington (WNS)The con-
troversy between the Jewish
Agency for Palestine and the
British Government over the for-
mation of a Jewish Army in
Palestine reached the nation's
capital when Representative
Sonera of New York introduced
resolution urging President
Roosevelt to prevail upon Great
Britain to sanction a Jewish
military force.
The Congressman argued that
"from all the material being
sent to Great Britain through our
lend-lease program, the small
amount necessary to supply this
Jewish Army could be obtained
easily,"
Geneva (W N S)Condemning
the Nazi persecution of Jews,
more than 300 ministers of the
Protestant Church in Switzer-
land urged the Church to pro-
claim officially an active pro-
gram against anti-Semitism, it
was announced here.
The action was taken at a
meeting of the Swiss Society for
Aid to the German Church, at
which the ministers denounced
the Nazi deportations of Jews
from the Reich, describing them
as '-especially horrible in num-
bers and manner."
The ministers advanced for ad-
aption by the Church a three-
I point program which included:
The Church to which the Gos-
pel has been entrusted through
God's mercy calls upon its mem-
bers to pray for suffering Jewry
and to do everything possible to
relieve their suffering.
The Church condemns the
mockery and persecution of the
Jewish people as a revolt against
the creative will of God.
The Church feels itself espec-
ially bound together with the
fate of the Jewish people accord-
ing to the New Testament. Anti-
Semitism is irreconcilable with
membership in the Christian
community.
Philadelphia (W N S) Those j
who claim that American Jews,
as a group, have helped to build \
up interventionist sentiment in
America "are using a red herring,
or, rather, a red, white and blue
herring." Judge Jerome Frank of
the United Circuit Court of Ap-
peals, declared in an article in
the Current issue of the Satur-
day Evening Post.
"There is no such thing as a
cohesive American Jewish group
with a common body of opinion,"
Judge Frank added. "Among the
Americans who are classified as
Jews there are as many kinds of
opinion on any subject affecting
America as among Americans
generally. And that was. and is.
1 true with respect to World War
III.
Pointing out that he was a
| Strong isolationist who wrote a
book on the subject, until Hit-
ler's victories. Judge Frank said
the same change occurred in the
thinking of many Americans in-
cluding many Jews, and many
now regret earlier opposition to
"collective security."
Most American Jews, like
most German-Americans. are
thoroughly devoted to America's
interests" the article said. "Un-
happily, there is a small, unrep-
resentative minority who should
not be described as American
Jews but as Jews in America.
And. as they are played up as
typical, it is important to take
a look at those hypenates.
"There are Jews in America
who are Communists, or fellow
travelers. They are. emotionally,
merely sojourners in America.
Their major interest is Russia.
They do not think of themselves
as Jews. They have as little re-
gard for Jewish as for American
welfare. These Communist Jews
recognize that the majority of
American Jews, at whom they
sneer as "hopelessly middle class
are their enemies.
Istanbul ( W N S ) Rumania's
losses in planes and pilots since
the beginning of the war against
Russia has reached such alarm-
ing proportions that anti-Semitic
Premier Ion Antonescu has been
forced to recall Jewish mechanics |
and other skilled laborers from
special Jewish labor camps and |
return them to airplane factories, |
according to dispatches published I
in the Turkish press.
Special exemptions had to be |
granted the Jewish mechanics,
technicians, welders, etc., since
they were ousted last year from
their jobs by Rumania's anti-Jew-
ish legislation. A similar short-
age exists in Rumania's merchant
marine and it was believed that
Jewish sailors will similarly be
released from compulsory work
camps to fill the depleted ranks
of the merchant marine.
POLISH JEWS IN
POLISHTROOPS
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)
LOCAL ATTORNEY IS NAMED
TO REGION ZIONIST BOARD
NAZIS SINK 2 SHIPS WITH
REFUGEES IN BLACK SEA
Lisbon (WNS)Two Russian
vessels, crowded with Jewish
refugees evacuated from the
Ukraine, were sunk with a heavy
loss of life by Nazi raiders in the
Black Sea, it was reported by the
Flemish radio in Antwerp.
NEW FEDERATION DRIVE IS
ANNOUNCEDBYCOMMITTEE
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion through the planning com.
'"The appointment of the folio*.
*' fig jrSsr-s*
l!1 SrnidBro!d. apartment
Louis Heiman. Miami attorney
and president of the Greater
Miami Zionist District was
elected to the Administrative
Board of the Southeastern Zionist
Region to serve during the en-
suing year, at the recent regional
conference in Memphis. Tcnn
Nov. 23rd. Robert M. Travis of
Atlanta was re-elected to he
presidency of the organization
for a second term. Plans were
made for an intensive member-
Snip campaign in 1942 in honor
of Justice Brandeis, and tin
Jewish National Fund quota for
the vear was fixed at 93D.UW.
The delegates passed resolutions^
expressing their sorrow at the
nassing of Brandeis and Ussish
ni well as others, calling
upon the British government to
observe the letter and spirit of
i the Balfour Declaration and to
organize a Jewish army Pledges
of continued aid to the Red
Mogen David, the U.P.A. and the
^governmental Committee
on Refugees, were also adopted.
Approximately $600. will be
raised by the distr.cts for youth
work.
London (WNS)Thousands of I
Polish Jewish refugees in Soviet
Russia, released in accordance
with the provisions of the Russo-
Polish agreement, have volun-
teered for service with the grow-
ing emigre Polish Army, it was
announced here by the Polish
Government-in-exile.
At the same time, officials of
the exiled Polish Government
disclosed that Revisionists among
the Polish Jewish refugees have
approached the Polish Govern-
ment for permission to organize
an all-Jewish battalion in the
name of Vladimir Jabotinsky.
late Zionist-Revisionist leader, as
part of the Polish Army.
The proposal is now under ad-
visement by the exiled Polish
Government, which, it was un-
derstood, is discussing the pro-
ject of a Jewish battalion with
Polish Jewish leaders here. A
formal decision may be issued in
the near future.
A spokesman for the Polish
Government said, however, that
the desire for a Jewish battalion
in the Polish Army is not shared
by all Polish Jewish refugees.
The spokesman claimed that the
Socialists and general Zionists
among the Jewish refugees were
opposed to the idea of a special
corps for Jews.
ATTACKS PLOT TO
DESTROY SPIRIT
New York (WNS)Labelling
charges made against the Jews
by isolationists and professional
anti-Semites as "either hoary
superstitions or deliberately con-
cocted lies." Lewis Browne,
noted Jewish lecturer and au-
thor, charged in this week's is-
sue of the magazine "Look" that
the anti-Jewish attacks are part
of a plot "to destroy not just the
American Jews but the American
spirit."
Warning that "a plague is
spreading in the United States,
the plague of anti-Semitism," Mr.
Browne said: "Something will
have to be done about thatand
quickly. Not just for the sake
I of the Jews. For the sake of
America. If you doubt it. con-
j sider what that plague did to
Germany. Did it harm only the
! Jews there? Of course not.
Eventually it laid the entire Ger-
' man population low.
'Hitler used anti-Semitism as
a smokescreen to hide his real
purpose. Once he got enough of
his people raving and tearing at
Jewry, he took over all Jewry.
And that is why he has been so
intent on spreading the plague
here in America. That is why
all his native admirers here are
intent on spreading it among us."
Referring to Charles A. Lind-
bergh, whose anti-Jewish attack
last September shocked the na-
tion, Mr. Browne said that there
is insufficient evidence "to con-
vince me that he is a conscious
anti-Semite."
But what counts is the effect
of anti-Semitic talk, not the mot-
ive." the noted author added.
"The effect is all too clear.
Charles Lindbergh is feeding a
contagion. He and all who echo
his words are spreading a deadly
plague. Can it be halted? Yes.
We must make it a crime to fom-
ent race hatred."
8.000 TEWS ARE EXPELLED:
PROPERTY IS CONFISCATED
ANTI COMITERN PACT IS
ALSO ANTI JEWISH PACT
Zurich (WNS)-The 13 Euro-
pean countries which signed the
anti-Comintern pact in Berlin
last week have also committed
themselves to a rigorous anti-
Jewish program since "Bolshev-
ism and Judaism" is "identical
the Nazi press stressed this week
in reviewing the conference.
It was disclosed that the Nazi
anti-Jewish program was one of
the subjects discussed at the
meeting. The new signatories to
the anti-Comintern pact, includ-
ing Finland and Denmark
pledged themselves to model
their anti-Jewish legislation
along the lines of the Nazi policy,
the report said. Even the
Japanese puppet regime in Nan-
king agreed to introduce anti-
i Semitism in China.
Stockholm (WNS)More than
8,000 Jews have been expelled
from Bratislava, principal city of
Nazi-occupied Slovakia, since the
beginning of the campaign to
drive the Jews out of Bratislava
several months ago, it was re-
ported by "Guardista." Slovak
pro-Nazi newspaper.
The report said that the Nazi
administration hoped to make
Bratislava completely "Juden-
rein" by Christmas. The property
of the expelled Jews, including
furniture and clothing, was con-
fiscated and distributed among
members of the Hlinka Guards,
the Slovakian Storm Troopers.
BEN-GURION DISCUSSES
JEWISH ARMY PORPOSALS
Washington (WNS )David
Ben-Gurion. chairman of the ex-
ecutive of the Jewish Agency,
made a surprise visit to Washing-
ton and was closeted with high
government officials for some
time. Mr. Ben-Gurion. who was
accompanied by Emanuel Neu-
mann, of the Emergency Com-
mittee for Zionist Affairs, would
not disclose the subjects dis-
cussed in the conference.
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PAGE TWO
+Je*ist Horidian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941
Social
Personals
PERSONALS
ORGANIZATIONS
Mr. Hyman Cooperman and Mr.
Eli Besin have arrived from N- w
York to spend a short vacation
in Miami Beach.

Sherman Friedman returned
this week after an extended visit
to Baltimore. Md.. where he vis-
ited with his parents.

Mrs. Max Shaff. 319 N. E. 25th
Street is a patient at Jackson
Memorial Hospital where she is
recuperating from a recent opera-
tion.

Mr. George Chertkol left by
plane Sunday for Baltimore. Md.
where hi : Bernard Chert-
kof. is seriously ill in Sinai Hos-
pital.

Isidore Putzel of Macon.
Ga. has returned home aft< 1 .1
month's visit with her sisti r. M
Doris Livingston. 236 N. E. 2eth
Terrace.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Goldmann of
515 N. E. 26th Terrace entertained
at a dinner party Sunday in hon-
or of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abrams
and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Abrams
of Atlantic City. N. J.

Miss Ruth Louise Goodstcin
was hostess at a luncheon mah
jongg apron shower for Miss Nor-
ma Lee Simpson at her home.
2485 S. W. 21st St. Miss Simp-
son's marriage to Theodore C.
Perry will be an event of Dec.
Kl at her home. 227 E. San Marine
Island.

Mrs. Frances F. Quittner has
arrived with her two children
Bonnie Sue and Davis, from San
Marino. Calif, for a month's visit
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E.
Gordon. 1021 N. W. First Street.
Before returning home she will
visit Mr. Quittner's relatives in
Connecticut and New York. Many
delightful parties have been
planned for Mrs. Quittner during
her stay here.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
Pioneer Women's Club No. 2
will hold a special meeting on
Monday evening at 8 p. m. at the
Alamac Hotel. 1300 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, to hear a report on
Palestine, by Mr Mendal Rosen-
baum. writer and journalist of
Naan. Palestine.

The Bialik Branch of the Jew-
ish National Workers Alliance
jointly with the Pioneer Women's
Organization No. 1 for Palestin<
elebrate Chanuka Sunday.
Dec. 14. The traditional Chanuka
meal will be served and a char-
tie Chanuka program will
! arranged by the committee in
charge.

W n's Circle Branch No.
6f2 will sponsor a series of loc-
um s Sunday. Monday and Tues-
pvening December 7th. 8th
and 9th with Mr. B. Sherman, of
the Jewish Workers Committee
as the guest speaker. The lecture
will take place at the Educational
Center. 25 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.

Maldwin Fcrtig of New York,
for more than 20 years president
of the Bronx Y. M. H. A., will be
the guest speaker at the ser.
vices of the Miami Beach Jewish
Onnr. 1415 Euclid Ave. Miami
Beach, on Friday. Dec. 5th at 8:15
Mr. Fcrtig will speak on "The
Need of Jewish Community Cen-
ters." Mr. Fertig is transit com-
ber of the City of New
York.

Program of the Spinoza Forum.
11th Street between Collins Ave.
and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach,
for the coming week will be as
follows: Saturday afternoon 3:30
p. m. Dr. '-Vc'fson. author of
"Spinoza A Life of Reason" will
lecture on the Key to Spinoza's
Philosophy. Monday morning at
10:30 Edward Clarke of the Uni-
versity of Miami will lecture on
the works of Richard Wagner.
Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff will be guest
speaker.

Annual Chanuka celebration of
the Ladies Auxiliary, Miami Jew-
ish Orthodox Congregation this
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of our juicy and Indian River Navel oranges or send
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year will take place on Sunday
evening. December 14th at the
Talmud Torah building. 1545 S.
W. 3rd Street. At this party as
m the past, other traditional deli-
caciea will be served. Card
games, mah jongg and bingo will
be played. Two live turkeys
will be'aw.rded during the even-
ing. Mrs. L Kleber. is chairman
of this event. Admission is 50c.
Proceeds will benefit the Talmud
Torah fund of the organization.

Miss Ruth Brotman announces
the next meeting of the Beaux
Arts League will take place on
Sunday. December 7th at 8.30
p. m.'at the Sante Plaza, 1676
Collins Avenue. Fedya Portnoff.
8 years old. son of the late Prof.
Leo Portnoff of the University
.if Miami will play compositions
by Mozart, Bach and Beethoven.
Bcnjamerio De Gactini. Italian
opera singer will present a group
of arias and readings will be
given by Dorothy Lightman of
Boston. Mass.
The Beaux Arts League is open
to professional musicians, artists
and writers.

"Chemistry in National De-
fense" will be discussed by Dr. E.
V. Hjort. professor of chemistry
of the University of Miami, at
the Forum, sponsored by Miami
Section. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, on Friday, Dec. 5.
2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elks
Club. 720 West Ave. Mrs. Jack
Silverman. educator, will speak
on "The Child and its First Five
Years." Miss Ruth Wolkowsky.
pianist, will present a musical
program. Mrs. Nathan Zwitman
will introduce the speakers and
lead the discussion. On Friday.
Dec. 12. Forum will present Mr.
Cloyd Head, who will speak on
the theatre. Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man will give a book review.

The Business and Profes-
sional Group of Hadassah will
have its regular meeting Monday.
December 8th. at 8 p. m. at the
Miami Beach Jewish Community
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue. Miss
Rita Gordon, Youth Aliyah chair-
man, will be in charge of the
program, which will include Pal-
estinian music by Miss Ruth Brot-
man, an informal talk by Rabbi
Spitz, who was personally ac-
quainted with the Hadassah lead-
er. Miss Henrietta Szold, and a
skit by members of the Youth
Aliyah committee.

Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will entertain old. new
and prospective members at the
membership tea on Monday, De-
cember 8th. at 2 p. m. at the Vic-
tor Hotel. Miami Beach. Mrs.
Harry Platoff. Membership chair-
man, will explain how Hadassah
is helping to defend Palestine.
Great Britain's "arsenal of Demo-
cracy" in the Near East, by ex-
panding the scope of its endea-
vors in the fields of hospitaliza-
tion, child welfare, youth aliyah
and the reclamation of land. As-
sisting Mrs. Platoff on the mem-
bership drive are Mrs. Louis Ri-
fas and Mrs. Douglas Raff.
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, education
chairman, will present the pro-
gram, and will review the famous
"Old New Land," a novel in
which Theodore Herzl, father of
modern political Zionism, pre-
dicts with startling accuracy the
present course of development in
Palestine. Musical numbers will
be given by Melvin Michel, viol-
inist, accompanied by Shirley
Ross, pianist.
A social hour and refreshments
will follow the program.
The outstanding event of the
Hadassah social calendar will be
the annual Donor Dinner Dance
on Sunday evening. December
14th, at 6:30 p. m. at the Holly-
wood Beach Hotel. Mrs. Harold
Vinson is General Chairman.
Reservations and transporta-
tion may be arranged by calling
Mrs. Vinson, 5-2296, Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, 5-3764, and Mrs. Joseph
Williamson, 5-1331.
DEATHS
Funeral services were held
Wednesday morning at the Gor-
don Funeral Home for Hyman
Yale Waldorf, who died Sunday.
A native of Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mr.
Waldorf came to Miami 16 years
ago. He was a member of Beth
David Congregation and B'nai
Brith. He leaves the widow,
Sadie: his father. Nathan of Mi-
ami Beach; two daughters, Pearl
and Ronce; and a son. all of Mi-
ami. Burial took place in Wood-
lawn Memorial Park Cemetery.

Harry Ofsowitz of 1548 .S. W.
3rd St. passed away Sunday. He
ciime lure three years ago from
Rochester, N. Y. He was vice
president of the Miami Jewish
Orthodox Congregation, a mem-
ber of the Moose. Odd Fellows.
Redmen, Workmen's Circle and
Jewish National Aid Society.
Mr. Ofsowitz leaves the widow,
Rose: six sons. Morris and Lou
of Miami; Joseph of Milwaukee;
Samuel of Detroit; Jack of Ro-
chester and Max of Passaic. and a
daughter. Mrs. Charlotte Abrams
of Miami. Services were held
Monday morning at the Gordon
Funeral Home with burial fol-
lowing at Woodlawn Cemetery.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
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announce the birth of a daughter
at Jackson Memorial hospital
Monday, December 2nd. Mrs
Isaacson is the sister of Rabbi
Max Shapiro.
Tel Aviv (WNS)Thousands
of the Polish Jews in Soviet
Russia, released from exile under
the terms of the Russo-Polish
agreement, will be permitted to
leave Russia and proceed to
Palestine, according to Elihu
Dobkin, head ot the immigration
department of the Jewish
Agency. .
Mr. Dobkin, who spoke at a
conference opening a relief cam-
paign for Polish Jewish refugees,
said that thousands of Polish
Jews are now gathered in Turkes-
tan and Buchara and are in need
of immediate aid.
In his address. Mr. Dobkin
stressed that while thousands oi
able-bodied Jews were refugees,
wandering about the face of the
earth, unable to enter Palestine.
the county's agricultural and
industry were suffering from a
shortage of labor.
"We await impatiently the
new immigration Schedule which
was to have been issued by the
Palestine Administration last
month for a period of six months,
and which would enable the en-
trance of new immigrants into
the country," the Jewish Agency
official said.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941
*Jewisti rkridUctn
PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^?
KOMMENTS
0 0 Qjtrs
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Flondian
King was walking down the Avenue
In a window a sign came in view
In so few words it said a lot
On paper for you he did jot
"A good thing to remember
And a better thing to do
Is to join up with the construction gang
And not the wrecking crew"
That this in his mind he surely thought
Was what his readers long had sought
So in the space of his weekly verse
Gives to you for betternot for worse.
STANLEY C. MYERS
King prognosticated rather
correctly last week in Kom-
menting on disturbances about
to erupt disturbances of
volcanic force The peculiar
noises heard prior to the erup-
tion have already been sounded.
Circulars crudely worded and
blatantly displayed in its make-
up leave a distasteful feeling
when seen on Miami Beach .
The Vaad should have used better
taste and a defense of their me-
thods is unnecessary ... a guilty
conscience is inferred .
Office seekers and office
holders in Lodges should set a
good example for members to
follow and have their dues in
order making them officers
in good standing .
King says it must be an em-
barrassing feeling to come face to
face with yourself Carrying
the banner and waving it h/jh
this individual condemned and
cried out that the wrong must be
avenged the mistake in selec-
tion of the applicant admitted and
corrected and all of a sudden he
finds a similar situation in his
own back yard. King quotes the
law which says "Ignorance of the
Law is no excuse." Remember?
Stockholm (W N S)The re-
sourceful propaganda ministry of
Dr. Joseph Goebbels, No. 1 Nazi
oracle and soothsayer, has dis-
covered "authentic documents"
which will "prove" that the
American Jewish Congress is
concocting a vast plot to sterilize
all Germans, according to reports
now circulating in the Nazi press.
The Nazi newspaper "Praguer
Tog" reported that the steriliza-
tion scheme has the support of
such leading American Jews as
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. Sidney
Hillman, Bernard Baruch and
Mayor LaGuardia (the Nazis con-
sider the New York mayor a
Jew). Tnese Jewish leaders, the
"expose" said, will submit the
plan to sterilize all Germans at
the peace conference if Nazi
Germany loses the war.
Neutral sources here expressed
the opinion that the Nazi anti-
Semitic program must bo lagging
if the propaganda ministry must
hatch as fantastic a story as the
"sterilization" plot to keep the
fires of anti-Semitism going.
Another possible explanation of
the sudden spurt of activity by
Dr. Goebbels, who only two
weeks ago issued a new anti-Jew-
ish code in which he warned that
every Jew is an enemy of the
Reich, was furnished indirectly
by a report that the number of
Nazi casualties in the Russian war
has grown to staggering propor-
tions.
Nazi authorities in Kovno
seized all Jewish schools, syna-
gogues, hospitals and other insti-
tutions and converted them into
emergency hospitals to take care
of the train-loads of wounded
Nazi soldiers. Even though the
Jewish patients were summarily
ousted, the Jewish institutions
proved woefully inadequate to
care for all the injured soldiers.
Apparently, diplomats here said,
Nazi higher-ups feel that they
must convince the German pro-
pie that they have no alternative
but to continue the war no matter
how great the sacrifice in men
and material.
COMMUNAL HELP
A large gathering was present
to pay tribute last week to Stan-
ley C. Myers in recognition of
his service and efforts in the
Greater Miami community and
to the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. The testimonial was
tendered by the Federation and
a group of friends and admirers.
Held at the Victor Hotel, Miami
Beach, Sunday night the guests
included leaders and representa-
tives of the Bar Association, Com-
munity Chest, Federation and in-
numerable civic, social and wel-
fare agencies. Tributes and com-
plimentary remarks were made
with addresses to the guest of
honor. He was presented with 3
plaque as a rememberance of the
occasion and in appreciation of
his untiring and devoted efforts
as it is inscribed. Rabbi Max
Shapiro made the presentation
to which Mr. Myers responded.
Since he has entered commuml
affairs, Mr. Myers has served as
past president for three years and
present chairman of the Board
of Directors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He is an
honorary officer and former pre-
sident of the Jewish Welfare
Bureau and is on its Board of
Directors, He is a member of
the campaign committee of the
Community Chest, a member of
the Board of Directors of the
Family Service Bureau and vice
president of the Council of Social
Agencies and has served as
president of B'nai B'rith and
the Beth David Congregation.
Telegrams and letters from or-
ganizations and friends from all
over the country were received
and read by Baron de Hirsch
Meyer who served as chairman
of the evening.
THE Y. M. H. A.
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Y. W. Tea Sunday, December 7
The Young Women's Hebrew
Association will conduct its an-
nual membership tea on Sunday
afternoon, December 7, at 2:30
p. m. at its clubrooms, 1567 S. W.
5th Street.
A unique and interesting pro-
gram has been prepared by Mrs.
Julius Jacobs, chairman of the
committee. This will include S
talk by Mrs. Abraham Kellner on
"Women of Destiny," tableaus
depicting the various projects
sponsored by the "Y", and an ex-
cellent musical program.
Refreshments will be served
and the public is cordially in-
vited.
Assisting Mrs. Jacobs on this
committee are the following:
Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Pearl
Reisman. Mrs. Lavine, Mrs.
Sager, Mrs. Sam Feldman. Mrs.
Ritwe, Mrs. Greenfield. Mrs.
Jean Seitlin. Mrs. Haas. Mrs.
Blau, Mrs. M. J. Levinson. Mrs.
Hacker. Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Ethel
Grossman and Miss Frances
Ginsberg.
"Y" Defeats Pan American 41-31
Our "Y" cage stalwarts led by
manager Lefty Schemer and ably
assisted by Jack Rosen, Davis
Lackowitz. Stanley Tinter, Sam
Kaiser. Melvin Schaffer. Ken
Kasselman. Seymour Gladstone,
and Artie Schwartz, won out
over the Pan American Airways
team with a last quarter spyn
to win their first game in the
Open City League.
The next game will be the
Kiser Drilling Co. cagers versus
the Y.M.H.A. on Tuesday.
December 9, at the Miami High
Field House.
The Girl Scouts of Troop 23
are planning for a membership
RABBI ZWITMAN HONORED
BY CONFERENCE OF RABBIS
Cincinnati. ORabbi James G.
Heller, president of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
has this week announced his ap-
pointment of Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman of Miami as a member
of the National C. C. A. R. com-
mittee on solicitation of funds.
Chairman of the committee is
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
Rabbi Julius Mark. Other mem-
bers of the committee are Rabbis
Louis Binstock of Chicago: Rabbi
Barnett R. Bricker of Cleveland:
Rabbi Julian Feibelman of New
Orleans; Rabbi Philip D. Book-
stabe'r of Harrisburg. Pa., and
Rabbi Abraham Feinberg of Den-
ver.
The C. C. A. R. is the national
organization of all reform rabis
on the American continent.
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
drive which will commence on
Tuesday, December 9. All girls
between the ages of 10 and 14
are invited to attend the meet-
ing on December 9 at 7:30 p. m.
"Y" to Celebrate 150 Anniversary
of Bill of Rights
Monday, December 15. marks
the one hundred fiftieth anni-
versary of the Bill of Rights, and
the Y.M.H.A., always mindful
and alert, is planning an elabor-
ate celebration on Wednesday,
December 17, to commemorate
this occasion. An excellent pro-
gram is being prepared, details
of which will be given in the
next issue.
"Y" Welcomes Junior Hadassah
Further evidence that the
Y.M.H.A. is considered a real
community center can be had
from the fact that as time goes
on, various organizations find
the Y. M. H. A. auditorium a
of these is the Junior Hadassah,
fine meeting place. The latest
last Monday evening. We wel-
who met at the "Y" auditorium
come this splendid group of
young ladies and hope their
meetings with us will be most
enjoyable.
Home Camp Reunion Dec. 21
Maurice Grossman announces
that plans are now being formul-
ated for the Annual Home Camp
Reunion for Sunday afternoon,
December 21. More details later.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941
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the Post Office of Miami. Florida, under
the Act of March 3. 1879
A REPLY
The editorial entitled "Doubtful Groups"
in our issue of November 7th has some three
weeks later a lengthy letter from a group
which apparently considers itself the object
of the editorial.
The Greater Miami Congress to Defend
America By Defeating Hitler surprisingly and
unusual in so doing, uses a letterhead with
no names and no addressjust a post office
box. Of course this is trivial. On the other
hand it hides identity prevents interfer-
ence avoids investigation and troublesome
inquiries.
They express amazement and horror to
discover such a vicious smear against an anti-
Hitler meeting. They give us credit for being
anti-Hitler. We question the viciousness. We
plead guilty to being anti-Hitler.
As to their being an "unjustified organiza-
tion" seeking publicity. They wonder how
we can call any group seeking destruction of
the menace unjustified. They overlook en-
tirely or evade the question. We stated that
their organization was among those that were
unjustified, unnecessary and not needednot
that the destruction of the menace was not a
necessity.
We say not as they do, Pray God that there
were thousands of organizations which worked
actively towards uniting the people of the
United States behind our President's policies.
We say. Pray God that the thousands of peo-
ple who make up this great Democratic coun-
try of ours, would unite solidly behind the
President's policies for the safeguarding of the
United States. We say, Pray God eliminate
the thousands who reap riches from these or-
ganizations, save the millions of dollars of
salaries, administrative costs and expenses of
mass meetings. These are only multiplica-
tions of self aggrandizement ana wholly un-
necessary duplication of efforts.
Statements by the group affirm names are
unimportant and further state their name mere-
ly voices the theme of their meeting. Organi-
zation for a mass meeting or a series of mass
meetings is positively unjustified.
We reiterate that mass meetings are emo-
tional outlets. They say the entire audience,
some 400 people, was interested in the pro-
gram. The Civic Center will hold 4,000 people.
It was reported that more than 40,000 circulars
were distributed. Many other methods were
used. The attendance evidences not lack of in-
terest in the theme of meeting but of the
sponsors.
The groups' example of officeholders ap-
pearing as evidence of endorsement falls upon
deaf ears. While personally sincere they
must show themselves and do so at all affairs.
These liberty-loving public servants have often
times unwittingly appeared on Communist
sponsored as well as other programs. This
group wholeheartedly agrees with us in our
utterance that much closer working relation-
ship between Miami organizations is needed.
We said existing groups.
The theme of a title for a meeting can not
be the basis for an effective collaboration of
these organizations. The genuine unity that is
needed would be demonstrated by the evi-
dence of these individuals who form this
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group joining the ranks of the existing groups
who would welcome right meaning individ-
uals! This without clamorwithout more mass
meetingswithout more disgustingly distaste-
ful actions. That is if they have the courage
of their convictionsif they are sincere that
they want the means to an end, that these
thoughts, statements and utterances are their
true ones and not the means to another end.
We agree with the writer of the reply .
the question is far from a Jewish one. That "it
was shameful that not one speaker, repre-1P"1"?
senting the Miami Jewish Community" ap- j
peared on the platform of the Anti-Hitler rally
evidences there must be a reason. They were
invitedthat we knowThey have always
been in the forefront of this movement, properly
sponsored. Their absence from a questionable
meeting is not evidence to sustain an argu-
ment of why Gentiles should fight Hitlerism
when Jews fail to do so. We are not afraid that
Jews are war-mongers. Polls, statistics and
evidence have proven to the contrary. We
differ and strongly that action and more action
is needed. Action and activity unless co-
ordinated, sincere, well-planned, concrete, sen-
sible, nonsensational and truly united is use-
less and worthless. With less efforts expended
more results are obtained if this unity and co-
ordination existsif it is not steaded and
overrun by innumerable groups all running
pell mell and getting nowhere fast. If it is
only by the unity of the people that our country
can maintain its democracy, can defend it-
self, can continue to exist, then why does this
group try to fight its way into an already over-
organized circle doing the same work that they
ostensibly intend to do. They thus destroy
this unityHow much easier would it be to
come forth and join and preserve, protect and
insure this vital unity.
No specific program has been announced
by these individuals who have been dormant
all the while. Their accomplishments and con-
templations have not been stated.
Do they feel that by flooding Miami with
match folders carrying a slogan they will ac-
complish anything ... or in standing in front of
restaurants on Miami Beach with a cup taking
up a collection will they do likewise? We
have not been given one concrete reason
justifying the organization and existance of
this new group.
Of course this is only one group. The same
conditions exist with many other groups. Noth-
ing more is to be gained by further and endless
discussion and controversy. As far as we are
concerned this ends this particular matter. We
have stated and reiterate "Nothing is to be
FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE
Reports from Japan indicate that the Nipponese have at last
found a way of joining their Axis partners in their anti-Semitic
pastimes The paucity of Jews in Japan had for a long time
cramped the style of the local anti-Semites, but those clever
little yellow men have now discovered a way of doing their
share in combating the Jewish peril, it would seem What
they did, we hear, was to ban the Old Testament as "Jewish
propaganda" The only one and only Gertrude Stein, ac-
cording to Leonard Lyons, is thinking of returning at last to
her native America from the South of France, where she has
been living since Paris became a good place to get out of .
Gertie, it would seem, has discovered that war is what
Sherman said it was .
BRIEFS ON BRITAIN
David ben Gurion's visit to this country will be very brief...
He is due back in London for important discussions with
British labor leaders, who are trying to force their government's
on vital issues affecting the Jewish homeland Did you
know that we're now getting Bullets from Britain? ... It seems
that the Britons are thriftily gathering up Nazi machine gun
bullets lying around loose after air raids, and are sending them
here to be made over into fresh ammunition Over in
England, incidentally, they have a slogan: The Atlantic shall
I not become a Herron Pond .
LITERARY CORNER
Here's a tip for an enterprising publisher The widow of
Dr. Max Nordau has brought to this country the manuscript of
Nordau's last philosophic work, which has been published only
in Spanish ... In it the great thinker set forth his idea of what
the world will look like after it shall have emerged from all its
destructive wars ... Dr. Nordau, you should know, predicted
the present war before the ink was dry on the Treaty of
Versailles Jewish writers and artists will hold a big mass
meeting in Madison Square Garden this month to express their
full moral support of Russian Jewry in its present heroic fight
against the Nazis ... If Ambassador Maxim Litvinoff reaches
this country in time he will participate in the meeting .
RAF LAFF
From Berlin, via the grapevine, comes the story of the old
Jewish woman whom a Gestapo scout spied walking calmly
through the street in the midst of an RAF raid ... He pounced
on the old lady and started to drag her off to the nearest shelter
. "How dare you disobey our Fuehrer's orders?" he shouted
at her over the din of bombs and guns "Hasn't he provided
nice deep air raid shelters for everyone to use when those
wicked Englishmen come over?" Th woman, however,
wrenched herself free and pointed to the Mogan David emblem
on her jacket "It's not me they're after," she said, as she
continued on her way, "it's you who'd better get under
cover" .
DRAMATICS
Maurice Schwartz, founder of the Yiddish Art Theatre and
outstanding figure of the contemporary Yiddish stage, told us
the other day that he has left the Yiddish theatre for good .
He is looking for a likely English play now Joseph Buloff,
whose acting has been creating such a sensation on Broadway,
has written a play in collaboration with Ossip Dymow, and is
looking forward to a Broadway production of it, featuring him-
self, after his current vehicle, "Spring Again," shall have com-
pleted its run Alfred A. Strelsin is one of the backers of
Eddie Cantor's "Banjo Eyes," the super musical comedy that's
expected to become one of the hits of the season Georgie
Jessel's "High Kickers," the musical in which Sophie Tucker,
mamma of all the red-hot mammas, displays a strip-tease
gained by Jews, or anyone else, no matter the
motivations in starting new organizations to ^^^^i^^iTdo^^'r^jTIk^ you, even
though his American Beauty Octette has lost four members cy
marriage since the show opened a few weeks ago Latest to
desert the ranks, at this writing, is beauteous Joyce Matthews,
who by the time you read this will most probably be Mrs.
Milton Berle .
fight anti-Semitism. There is need for these
people who are presently devoting themselves
to defeating Hitlerism through mass meeting
and the like to join these organized groups
who have shown results and need help, in a
planned program on a constructive and pro-
ductive basis."
The letter closes with a statement and we
will use the same statement to do likewise.
It states: "You can be a powerful support to a
MUSICAL NOTES
Bandleader Benny Goodman is a good Jewish boy, but he
owes a lot to the neighborhood churches of his boyhood Too
poor to afford music lessons or even a musical instrument, he did
Miami United and active towards the destruc- all his practicing in churches, where he was permitted to use in-
tion of Hitlerism. It is your duty to do so."
Briefly we say, that is our intention.
INSTALLATION BANQUET TO ficers of the women's branch on
BE HELD SUNDAY, DEC. 7TH
The installation banquet of the
Rabbi Israel Yeshiva will take
place Sunday night, Dec. 7 at the
Tides Hotel.
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner is
general chairman of arrange-
ments and an excellent program
has been prepared. Dr. David
Andron will be master of cere-
monies and John C. Temple will
whose behalf the response will be
made by Mrs. Joseph Brenner,
newly elected president. Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of the Beth Ja-
cob Congregation will offer the
invocation and Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky will speak in Yiddish
on the significance of the Ye-
shiva.
The principal address will be
given by Rabbi Abraham A. Kell-
ner, who will outline the history
of the movement. An invitation
install the officers of the men's
division. Nathan Ginsberg will | has been extended to Stanley C.
respond in the name of the offic-
ers and will give the presidential
message.
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, com-
munal worker, will install the of-
Myers who will bring greetings
from the Jewish communities of
Miami and Miami Beach, as well
as Mitchell Wolfson, member of
the Miami Beach city council.
SLOVAKIA, BADLY CRIPPLED,
MOBILIZES JEWS FOR ARMY
Zurich (WNS)The Nazi pup-
pet state of Slovakia, suffering
heavy losses on the Russian front,
has mobilized for military ser-
vice all men born out of mixed
marriages, it was reported here.
Hitherto, the Nazis had classified
the offspring of couples where
one of the parents was Jewish as
completely Jewish and had
barred them from all military
service.
The Slovakian press was re-
ported to have explained, apolo-
getically, that these men would
not be permitted to become of-
I ficers.
struments without charge Bandleader Meyer Davis would
have you know that he has a collection of 28 pieces of White
House silvergiven to him in appreciation of the excellence of
his orchestra's work Over in Jersey there's a clothing factory
manager who combines sewing with solmization He's Irving
Moselowitz, who writes the music and lyrics for the annual show
given by his firm, the Bond clothing people, with a cast made
up of the factory's employees .
ABOUT PEOPLE
That dinner which the British War Relief Society tendered
to Dr. Israel Goldstein last week was one of the most successful
and gUttering events of the year ... It was the Society's wayol
showing appreciation of the tireless and intensive work Rabbi
Goldstein has been doing for its cause ever since the inception
of its efforts Peter Bergson, one of the most active, leaders ot
the Committee for a Jewish Army, is a nephew of the late Chie
Rabbi A. J. Kook of Palestine The Jewish military aviation
school on Long Island, of which Eri Jabotinsky is the head, re-
cently enlarged its faculties to make room for 250 students
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1941
fJewisti fkriaficir
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB II. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tom-
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 way. each matter will be
hold in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. Doc. 5th. 8:15
p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will preach
on the subject: "Two-Way
Passage." A discussion of Louis
A.lamic's plan outlined in his
book, its implications for Euro-
pean Israel and the obstructions
in the paths of the plan.
A Sisterhood Reception for
worshipers to follow the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Sabbath Morning Services will
begin in our Temple on Saturday
Dec. 13th at 11.00 a. m.
Members of the congregation
arc urged to attend these serv-
ices, when the Torah reading and
congregational singing are part
of the service.
Federation Convention
On Sunday and Monday, Nov.
30th and Dec. 1st. a most signifi-
cant and inspiring convention
took place at West Palm Beach,
Pla.. with delegates from Reform
Congregations and Sisterhoods of
the states of Alabama, Georgia
and Florida present. We wish to
note that a large Temple Israel
delegation was present, and was
most active in all of the proceed-
ings of the sessions. The follow-
ing represented our Congrega-
tion at the convention: Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Boyell, Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Epstein, Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, Mr. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Max Orovitz, Mrs. Frank Perl-
man, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs.
Harry Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
V. Simons, Mrs. Louis Zeientz,
Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwit-
man, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet.
Temple Israel Youth Group
Cultural and social meeting,
Sunday evening. December 7th.
at 8:30 p. m. in Kaplan Hall, of
Temple Israel. Mr. William I.
Boxerman, Regional Director of
A. D. L. will present an illustrat-
ed slide lecture. Dancing, re-
freshments. Admission free.
Religious School Note
Birthdays of the following
pupils of our Religious School
will be celebrated Sunday morn-
ing: Joan Raff. Mildred Green-
berg, Selma Schnitzer. Edward
Pastroff, Jacqueline Freedman,
Marcia Sable, Adele Cowen,
Louis Wien, Harris Klein,
Marjorie Friedman.
In Memoriam
"May the father of peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among
us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Isadore
Lipton, father of Mr. Jos. M.
Lipton; Malcolm H. Ulman, hus-
band of Mrs. Rose Ulman.
Yahrzeits: Joseph Seidenberg,
father of Mr. J. M. Seidenberg;
Max Zeientz, father of Mr. Louis
Zeientz; George Winsberg, father
of Mrs. A. R. Hollender; Mary
Frank, mother of Mr. M. C.
Frank.
Floral offerings last week were
in memory of Charles Lerner and
Sara Raskin.
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEU.NER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone S-519]
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
J2FEH ALEK, Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-OS2S
TALMUD TdRAH
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
The Red Cross Roll Call merits
your support. Enroll now!
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 ..... ... .....5:15p.m.
Sabbath Service .......9:00 a.m.
Ladies Auxiliary
There will be a meeting of the j
Ladies Auxiliary of the Congre-
gation on Tuesday afternoon at 2
o'clock in the auditorium of the
new synagogue. Members and
friends are most cordially wel-
come.
Memorial Windows
The congregation announces
thai a committee has been named
to install beautiful and suitable
memorial windows in the syna-
gogue in memory of friends and
members whose families want to
provide them with such worthy
and honored memorials. Win-
dows have been purchased al-
ready in the memories of Abra-
ham and Rose Jacobs, Henry
Bierman. Mr. Appelbaum and
Bernard Baer. Those interested
please phone Mr. Rifas, the presi-
dent at 3-8817.
In Memoriam
The Yahrzeit of our late and
revered sister, Mrs. Rose Block
Olcho Hasholom. will be observed
in the synagogue on Tuesday
night and Wednesday coming, the
20th day of Kislev. We honor the
unforgetable memory of our dear
friend and pray for the Eternal
Heavenly Bliss of Bashe Rachel
Bas Reb Yisroel.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound
grief the death of our dear broth-
er and friend, the late first vice
president of our congregation.
Harry Ofshovitz Olov Hasholom.
His was a loving and kind per-
sonality and a character of nobil-
ity and forthright Jewishness. As
a friend to all and a loyal sup-
porter of our synagogue he made
an unforgettable name for him-
self in our midst and we humbly
beg to extend to every member
of the family the Congregation's
deepest and fullest sympathy.
Teachers Meeting
The next meeting of our Sun-
day School faculty will take place
on Tuesday night, Dec. 9th at 8
o'clock in the auditorium of our
new synagogue. Members of the
congregation, the Ladies Auxil-
iary and all those interested in
Jewish education are welcome to
attend these gatherings.
Congratulations
We are pleased to extend sin-
cere congratulations to N. Gins-
burg and to all of the officers of
the newly formed Yeshiva organ-
ization as well as to Mrs. Joseph
Brenner and all officers of the
Ladies Auxiliary who will be in-
installed this coming Sunday
night. May the Lord prosper
their efforts and may they lead
the organization to the greatest
heights of glory and success.
Mazel Tot
We are most happy to extend
sincere Mazel Tov greetings to
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Solloway
upon their recent marriage and
wish them a happy and blessed
llfe" With the Federation
Max Rifas is heading the com-
mittee of the congregation for the
forthcommg Federation drive,
and Herbert Scher of 11 <5 b w^
16th Ave. has_been delegated to
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Services Schedule
Daily Services ......___..... 8 A. M.
Evening Services ______ 6 P. M.
Saturday ............._.....__ 9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat .........._____5 P. M.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-132S
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S W. 21st Terrace
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening at eight
o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will
lecture at the Miami Beach
Jewish Center on the subject.
The Man of God and The
Woman of The Streets." Cantor
Lengyel will officiate with the
assistance of the Center Choir,
Miss Edith Freeman assisting in
its direction. On Saturday morn-
ing at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will
preach on The Scriptural Lesson.
Children arc urged to attend the
Junior Congregation at 10:15 a.
m. In the afternoon at 5 p. m. the
Oneg Shabbath will be held.
Dedicated To The Spirit Of
America
This will be the slogan of The
First Jewish Yearbook which
will be published by the Center
on Washington's birthday. Feb.
22nd and will be edited by Rabbi
Leon Spitz, the Educational
Director. It will be a beautiful
and profusely illustrated album
depicting the Jewish Scene of
Greater Miami and will also con-
tain many important and signifi-
cant chapters of American Jew-
ish History. In this connection
there will also take place the
Annual President's Dinner in
honor of the Center's President.
Mr. M. H. Frankel to which the
presidents of affiliated organi-
zations will act as hosts. Friendly
organizations are requested to
hold this date in mind in plan-
ning their affairs.
Sisterhood
At its General membership
meeting held on Tuesday evening
it was announced by the various
committees that the Chanuka
week will be utilized by the
Sisterhood for three individual
Chanuka affairs which will pre-
sent elaborate and interesting
programs. The first of these will
introduce the holiday on the
First Chanuka Night with a musi-
cal Festival to be directed by
Cantor Lengyel. Mme. Lengyel.
operatic star and Mr. Walter
Grossman, well known celloist.
will also appear and will be ac-
companied by Miss Edith Free-
man. Additional features will be
announced in the very near
future.
The Sisterhood will also tender
an informal Chanuka Receptioi
to the entire community on Tues-
day evening. Dec. 16th under the
direction of the cultural chair-
man, Mrs. Marie Marbach who
will present a Chanuka Skit in
which members of the Sisterhood
will participate. The lighting oi
the Chanuka lights will be fea-
tured and the speaker of the
evening will be Captain Stephen
De Szato who will speak on the
subject. "Will Israel Survive? A
record breaking attendance is ex-
pected since the evening will be
open to all without admission
phsrec
The Sisterhood will also take
over the services on Friday eve-
ning, Dec. 19th which will be de-
signated Sisterhood Sabbath.
Mrs. Helen Schonfeld and the
other officers will participate
personally in the Sabbath Eve
services and will also be the
hosts at an informal reception to
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CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 X. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HENRY MARBEIN. Cantor
30 S. W. 5th Ave. Tel. 3-8172
Synagogue Services
Daily at 7 and 8 a. m.; 5:45 p.
m. Saturday at 7 and 9 a. m.; 5
and 6 p. m. Junior Congregation
Saturday at 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
Opening Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Mrscheloff will begin
his fifth year of Friday night lec-
tures this Friday. His opening
subject will be "Planning."
Cantor Mamches will lead in the
communal singing.
Make Friday night Beth Jacob
night. Bring young and old.
Sabbath Services
"Coming Home" will be the
theme of the Rabbi's sermon this
Saturday.
A sermonette will be preached
by one of the children during
the junior services.
Sisterhood
An exceptionally large at-
tendance graced the meeting of
our Sisterhood held Monday at
the home of Mrs. I. L. Mintzcr. A
large number of new member?,
were greeted by the president.
Mrs. B. H. London. Plans for the
annual Sisterhood dinner are
under way.
Our Sisterhood is purchasing a
large number of chairs, desks
and a teacher's desk, to complete-
ly equip our religious school for
the record attendances we have
been having. To the Sisterhood
a hearty thanks.
Religious School
Our Rabbi and members of the
faculty are busy rehearsing the
plays, drills, recitations and
songs which will be part of the
annual Religious School Chanuka
Entertainment. The affair is to
be held in conjunction with the
monthly meeting of our P. T. A.
Sunday evening, December 21st.
There will be no admission
charge.
Taking part in last Sunday's
assembly program were the fol-
lowing: Joyce Bruckner. Alan
Altschuler. Jimmy Burton. Jay
Weiss, Rochclle Brooks. Beverly
Steinberg. Norma Rubin. Beverly
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services ....._....._ 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services ____ 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning... ...... 8:30a.m.
Sunday morning .......... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily......3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Mrs. Louis Marguliti Reporlini for Beth
David Conytajiitto* and Sisterhood
Late Friday evening services at
8:15. Cantor Henry Marbein and
mixed choir will chant.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the services, and will dis-
cuss the subject. "A Rabbi Looks
at His Community."
Oneg Shabbos in the audito-
rium after the benediction, ar-
ranged by Mrs. E. Dermer, in
honor of her birthday.
Junior Services
Junior Congregational services,
conducted by David Jacobs, Har-
vey Sootin, Bernard Dickson and
Meyer Greenberg, on Saturday
morning at 10:30.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Leonard,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kaler,
will be held during the services
this Saturday morning at 9:30.
An invitation is extended to all
worshipers to attend the recep-
tion which will follow immedi-
ately after the services.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies for
adults will start this Monday eve-
ning. Dec. 8th at Beth David for
members and friends in the fol-
lowing courses: From 7:30 to 8:30
"Kohol" group under the direc-
tion of Cantor Marbein: Element-
ary and Conversational Hebrew
taught by L. Gadon, 8:30 to 9:30,
and a course in Hebraic Civiliza-
tion conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro from 9:30 to 10:30.
Home Studies Group
Members and friends of Beth
David who desire to form inform-
al "Cultural Group" at different
homes for purpose of discussion,
are advised that the Rabbi will
be more than happy to start such
groups if contacted. The initiat-
ive must be taken by the individ-
Rubin. Marilyn Hochman and uai t0 form such home groups.
Beatrice Licht.
Parent-Teachers' Association
At this week's meeting of our
executive, the next meeting's
I program was discussed, and
.plans for the costuming of chil-
dren taking part in the entertain-
ment were made. Membership
cards are being printed. For
further information address Mrs.
F. Steinberg care of the
synagogue.
Maccabeans
Committee reports on a club
pin and a club sweater were ten-
dered at the last meeting. A
number of pledges were admit-
ted. Boys between the ages of 14
and 18 can apply for membership
through any of the members.
Habanoth
Final preparations for the
Chanuka party to be held Satur-
day night. December 20th, were
made. The affair is to be held at
the Park Central Hotel. The
Maccabeans are to be the club's
guests. A Ways and Means Com-
mittee to cooperate with a
similar Maccabean committee
was elected. Ten more "beanies
are being ordered to take care of
the latest pledgees.
Streamlined Lecture
Attorney A. L. Mechlowitz was
the guest speaker last Tuesday
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Show your earnestness to start
such groups.
In Memorium
The following names of be-
loved ones who are inscribed in
our Book of Life and whose Yahr-
zeiten occur this coming week,
will be mentioned during the late
services Friday night: Aida, moth-
er of Mrs. Hoffman: Ester, mother
of Mrs. Harry Oliphant; Mayer
Shiman, father of Mrs. Abe Ru-
bin; Isser, son of Louis Weinkle;
Channa. mother of Betty Maer;
Gedalyouh, father of Mrs. Sidney
Rauzin; Rifkah, wife of Charles
Greenberg; Yitzchock, father of
Mohlinger family; Moshe, father
of S. B. Miller, Alexander, father
of I. Benjamin.
In Appreciation
Mrs. Sam Weissel, general
chairman of the barn dance held
last Sunday evening at the Beth
David Auditorium wishes to ex-
press her sincere gratitude to all
members and friends who helped
to make this affair such a huge
success both socially and finan-
cielly.
P. T. A. Carnival
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold a Chanukah carnival for the
Sunday School students, parents,
members and friends. Sunday,
December 4th from 4 p. m. un-
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1941
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
MIAMI
JEWISH
BEACH
CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
night. His subject: "Law as a
Profession." Next Tuesday at
8:30 Dr. Herman L. Mechlowitz
will address the joint group of |
the Maccabeans and the!
Habanoth. His subject: "Who are
the American Jews?"
Minnionaires
The membership of Minnion-
aires who meet each Sunday to
conduct their own services, is
growing rapidly. The young men
meet for prayer at 8;45 a. m. The
Sisterhood serves a communal \
breakfast for them after their
service. Mr. A. Loskove leads the j
Minnionaires: every member
takes some part in the service.
Glee Club
Our Glee Club meets Sundays.
Tuesdays and Thursdays. It is I
under the direction of Miss S. i
Shpall and Miss B. Forster. They \
are preparing a holiday reper-1
toire for their part in the
Chanuka Entertainment.
Condolences
Our officers and members
tender their deepest sympathies
to the officers and members of
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation on the recent loss of
their vice-president, the late Mr.
Harry Ofsowitz. and the late Mr.
Morns Bear. May the Almighty
console the bereaved.
Geneva (WNS)Alfred Rosen.
. rg, Nazi philosopher and
theoretician, now in charge of
the administration of all territory
seized from Soviet Russia, has
evolved a new plan for the
lution" of the European Jewish
problem, it was reported here on
good authority.
The plan, which provides for
the establishment of a vast
Jewish "reservation" in Novy
Sacz. Polish Gahcia. has the ap-
proval of Nazi party chiefs and
: be submitted in the near
future to a conference of repre-
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the community. Everybody will
be welcome.
Girl Scouts
Miss Gertrude Steiner. County
Executive of the Girl Scouts of
America, addressed the Sister-
hood on the Scouting movement
and preparations are being made
to organize two troops of inter-
mediate girl seouts under the
supervision of Mesdames Gold-
berg and Stern and the Misses
Josephine Saunders and Ada
Rutter. Parents or girls interest-
ed may secure all necessary in-
formation from the Center
office.
Center Little Theater
Under the direction of Miss
Rae Sussman a Center Little
Theater is being formed which
will hold rehearsals on Wednes-
day evenings. Men and women of
all ages are invited to join the
troupe. Register at the Center
office at any time.
Last Call For Memorial Plates
A last call is made to those
who wish to honor the memory
of their beloved departed on the
Center's Memorial Tablet. Only
a few plates arc available and
those who are desirus of inscrib-
ing names on the Center's first
tablet are requested to make im-
mediate arrangements. Plans are
on the way to unveil the tablet
in the very near future.
Chanuka Entertainment
The Chanuka Entertainment of
the Religious School under the
direction of Molka Reich will be
given on Sunday afternoon.
December 21st. A play entitled
"Danny Bumps into Chanuka"
will be featured as an operetta,
and numerous other entertaining
numbers will be on the program.
sentatives of all the Nazi-domin-
ated countries of Europe.
According to Rosenberg's
scheme, details of which were
published in the Hungarian
newspaper ""Poster-Lloyd." the
Jews of Germany. Hungary. Ru-
mania. Yugoslavia. Czechoslo-
vakia. Yugoslavia, the Baltic
countries and those Polish Jews
not now in the established Polish
ghettos, will be shipped for the
duration of the war to the "reser-
vation"' at Novy Sacz.
At the end of the war. the
J. as will be removed from Novy
Sacz. according to the plan, and
transported to the French island
of Madagascar where they will
I i flowed "to live as they
The plan was evolved.
trees said, becaua i :
rg's dissatisfaction with
_: : the anti-Semitic
in the occupied
ii trii -
rg, one of the Nazi
extreme anti-
-:.".'-.:.-' '
.: .:;. ...ng to kill off
Jew .:. the occupied
pa) I I u i .-is in-
. .-. : .:. shipi .'.- ::.< Jews to
The plan will affect
a.; Jews Nazi-occupied terri-
iry with the exception of those
Lwow. Lodz. Radom and Kielco,
in the Polish ghettos of Warsaw.
INTER-AMERICAN
JEWISH COUNCIL
IS ORGANIZED
Baltimore (R.N.S.)The inter-'
American Jewish Council, to
unite Jewish Communities of the
Western Hemisphere, was organ-
ized here as the outgrowth of the |
first American Inter-American
Conference), sponsored by the j
Jewish American Congress.
The executive committee of :
the new organization, represent-
ing Jewish groups of North.
Central and South America, will (
shortly hold its first meeting in
New York.
More than 200 delegates from '
18 nations and a great throng of ,
visitors from Baltimore, Wash-.
ington and Philadelphia attend- j
ed the three-day session, the
first ever held, during which
delegates adopted resolutions de- i
manding establishment of Pales- j
tine as a Jewish commonwealth, |
restoration of equality rights for
Jews, and Jewish participation in '
the peace conference after the
present war.
Under the chairmanship of Dr.
Stephen S. Wise of New York,
president of the American Jewish
Congress, sponsors of the parley,
Government and Jewish digni-!
taries who addressed the meet-
ing included Under Secretary of
State. Sumner Welles, Dr. L. M.
Perlzweig. chairman of the
British section of the World
Jewish Congress of London;
Louis Lipsky. chairman of the
Governing Council of the Ameri-1
can Jewish Congress; Samuel
Bronfman. president of the
Canadian Jewish Congress; Dr.
Moses Goldman, secretary of the!
Argentinian Jewish Congress:
1 Saloman Tenzer. of the
Uruguayan delegation; Leon
Behar. president of the Jewish
Central Committee of Mexico:
and Dr. Josef Panigel. chief rabbi
of Buenos Aires.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX CONG.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
represent the congregation on the
board of directors of Federation.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy and
complete recovery of our dear
friend and brother. Dave Bear,
and w,e hope that he will soon
return to his class in Sunday
School.
We are grateful to G-d for the
recovery of Mrs. Philip Neuwirth
and are happy to note that she
has returned home to the happy
circle of her family.
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We. the Rabbis of Miami, wish
to advise that segment of Miami
Jewry interested in "Kashrus"'
that at present to the satisfaction
of all parties concerned.The
General' Kosher Market, located
at Flagler Street and Twelfth
Avenue, and Springer's Poultry
Market at Northwest Fifth Street
are abiding by the decision ren-
dered and therefore the "Stigma"
of "Hafkaeres" is removed from
them which restores these mar-
kets to the old status quo as be-
fore the difficulty arose. Patrons
of the above-mentioned markets
may continue to patronize them
if they desire to do so.
Those interested in "Kashrus""
.-.: asked to make inquiries and
contact the Rabbis.
Max Shapiro
Rabbi of Beth David Congre-
gation
Abraham Kellner
Rabbi of Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation
or to the inauguration of its ad-
vertising campaign, hundreds of
letters have been pouring into
the offices of the B. Manischewitz
Company from housewives in
various parts of the country, of-
fering unsolicited suggestions for
literally dozens and dozens of
new ways to use this delicious
producta rare tribute indeed to
the distinctive qualities of Tarn
Tarn.
Praise has been unstinted %"
the delightful new flavor of Tarn
Tarns, a flavor which, to quote
one housewife, "had made it im-
possible for me to serve a meal to
my family unless there are Tarn
Tarns on the tableand I must
say. in all sincerity that the
crisp, good flavor of Tarn Tarns
does brighten up my meals."
Another letter states that Tarn
Tarns have provided a solution
to the problem of getting her
children to drink more milk.
"When my children come home
from school," she writes. "I like
them to ha\"e a light snack before
they go out to play. A glass of
milk and some Tarn Tarns pro-
vide the perfect answer. They
are nourishing and very satisfy-
ing, seem to give added zest for
the meal ahead. My boy and girl
actually enjoy drinking milk
when I give them a handful of
Tarn Tarns to go with it, and
quite often, if I have had a tir-
ing day. I find it refreshing to
join them."
Among the many other sug-
gestions which have been received
are such old stand-bys as floating
Tarn Tarns in soup, or serving
them spread with cheese or jam.
And. of course, they have been,
mentioned time and again as a
delightful base for salads or in
dainty, tantalizing party canapes.
In fact, so varied are the uses of
Tarn Tarn that the average house-
wife would do well to try them
and discover her own favorite
ways of using them. Tarn Tarns
are pareve and blend perfectly
with meat or dairv dishes.
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til Mrs. Sam Dickson, chair-
man and Mrs. David Washer, co-
chairman, are making every ef-
fort to make this a banner day
for the children, as well as adults.
There will be plenty of fun for
young and old; penny pitch, fish
pond, cake walk, and many other
sports, besides many good things
to eat. Mrs. Dickson will be as-
sisted by the Sunday School fac-
ulty and board of directors.
Sewing and knitting for the
American Red Cross is still being
conducted at Betd David every
Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.
m. to 4 p. m. Mrs. Fine, presi-
dent, wishes to stress the import-
ance of this work, and urges ev-
ery lady who can sew, knit or
crochet to join with us on those
days.
A" True Son
We were very happy to learn
of the testimonial banquet given
to Stanley C. Myers by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, be-
cause of his valued contribution
to the general community. May
he and his wife and children de-
servingly enjoy sound health and
happiness.
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Can the average housewife,
without the prompting of adver-
tising, recognize the salient feat-
ures in a new food product? Can
she be relied on to discover for
herself that Product X. for in-
stance, not only serves its obvi-
ous use. but is good for perhaps
a dozen or so other household
purposes?
Extensive field surveys con-
ducted by national food manu-
facturers have led them to the
conclusion that the average
housewife, unless she is told in
great detail about the qualities
and uses of a food product, some-
times fails to recognize even the
basic characters which distinguish
it from competitive items.
In the short time that the new
Manischewitz product. Tarn Tarn,
has been on the market, and pri-
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER
*Jenisti ftoridian
PAGE SEVEN
SWIVEL
CHAIR
Plaque presented to Stanley C. Myers, first president of Federa-
tion and now chairman of the Board of Directors, at a testimonial
last Sunday. I'hoto bv Hi Tone
EU.S.
JEWISH GROUP
G L AIM S_J USTIGE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE I)
"Jewish names may perhaps
bulk large in the lists of those
so-called American Reds, the to-
tal number of Communists and
fellow-traveler Jews is but a
small fraction of the total Ameri-
can Jewish population. To play
them up as typical is to mislead."
Judge Frank added that there
is a small group of fanatic Jewish
nationalists who have identified
themselves completely with Pal-
estine and that these, too, are
Jewish sojourners in America. In
addition, he listed a "group of
wealthy Fascist Jews in America"
which he says is not large in
number and has escaped public
attention. They want America
to appease Hitler, according to
Judge Frank who says "most of
them would welcome some kind
Of American dictatorship, which,
they are confident, would be no
menace to them."
"Those minorities arc out of
step with the great majority of
American Jews," the article said.
"The erroneous belief that
American Jews think and act and
vote as a bloc, and are primarily
interested in matters Jewish in
America and throughout the
world, gains plausibility because
a majority of American Jews
have adopted a 'hush policy.'
They have been understandably
sensitive to criticism and have
feared that any discussion of the
'Jewish question' would activate
anti-Jewish feeling."
Judge Frank said he favored
a policy of speaking out and
charges "some persons deliberate-
ly and others innocently, are aid-
ing Nazi efforts to promote vio-
lent American anti-Semitism of
the concentration camp variety.
If ever any Americans go to a
concentration camp, American
democracy will go with them."
MIAMI
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Our flag, long may it wave!
We speak now of the Jewish
flag, and that brings to mind an
objection sometimes raised to the
Zionist movement. Can a Jew be
an American and a Zionist? No
one will deny that Justice Louis
D. Brandeis was a loyal Ameri-
can and an ardent Zionist. His
statement on this subject should
therefore be representative and
entitled to respect: "Let no
American imagine that Zionism
is inconsistent with patriotism.
Multiple loyalties are objection-
able only if they are inconsistent.
A man is a better citizen of the
United States for being also a
loyal citizen of his state, and of
his city; for being loyal to his
family, and to his profession or
trade; for being loyal to his col-
lege or his lodge. Every Irish-
American who contributed
towards advancing home rule
was a better man and a better
American for the sacrifice he
made. Every American Jew who
aids in advancing the Jewish
settlement in Palestine, though
he feels that neither he nor his
descendants will ever live there,
will likewise be a better man and
a better American for doing so."
Need anything more be said?
" The week beginning December
21st has been designated as Flag
Week by all the Zionist groups
in Greater Miami. Jewish flags
will be sold with the proceeds
going to the Jewish National
Fund for the purchase of land in
Palestine. It is particularly ap-
propriate that the period around
Chanuka should be chosen for
Flag Week, for it is the holiday
when we are reminded of the
rededication of the Jewish
Temple in Jerusalem, after the
victories of Judas Maccabee and
his followers. May Flag Week in
Greater Miami this year serve
as an inspiration to all of us to
lend our earnest efforts to the re-
establishment of a Jewish
Homeland in Palestine, and
Chanuka will hereafter have an
even greater significance, for
your support will bring nearer
the day when our dreams shall
come true- Re-ember Flag
Week beginning December 21st,
and buy a Jewish Flag!
A New Racket
Rackets of all kinds seem al-
most inevitably to accompany
modern complex society ... So
we suppose that there is nothing
particularly strange about the ex-
tension of the same evil to re-
ligion Especially when his-
tory reveals that religious
charlatans have existed in all
ages and climes.
There is always a first time for
everything We have just had
our first experience in Miami
with a racket run by a religious
functionary Into our posses-
sion has come a letter from some-
one professing to be a rabbi in
New York, offering Miami resi-
dents rabbinical divorces by
mail.
The letter says in part:
"May we respectfully call your
attention to the fact that our
Rabbinical Tribunal may grant
Rabbinical Divorces .We re-
spectfully invoke the trite prin-
ciple of the Jewish law that the
remarriage of divorced Jews or
Jewessses is valid only if said
parties have procured a Rabbini-
cal Divorce from a duly ordained
Rabbi, in addition to the Statu-
tory Decree."
Jewish communities can ill af-
ford to be plagued with mal-
odorous characters of the type
that will issue such letters .
Unfortunately, no operation of
the civil law will touch people of
this kind Nevertheless, we
have referred this chillel hashem
to our New York office for in-
vestigation Through the rab-
binical association we hope to
eliminate this most recent stench
in the nostrils.
Stiff-necked People
There are refugees and
refugees Some are desirable,
some are undesirable, some are
wise, some are simple. In other
words, they basically are much
like the other human beings in
our population in their inherent
qualities ... So what gets our
goat in a certain troublesome
situation in Florida is not the
fact that a refugee is engaging in
a certain type of undesirable con-
duct, but that any Jew persists
in activities harmful to the
Jewish people.
In one of the Florida com-
munities there is a refugee who
has been getting along pretty
nicely in his general adjustment
to American life And if he
would confine himself to selling
his products, everything would
be lovely ... But this man
fancies himself to be a speaker,
even though he has not yet
mastered the King's English and
his accent can be cut with a
knife ... He persists in seeking
speaking engagements before
non-Jewish groups.
Moreover, it has been reported
to us that the impression which
he makes upon a non-Jewish
audience is decidedly bad We
have asked him not to speak,
but speak he must ... So it has
been necessary to do that which
we do only in extreme situations
We have advised our keymen
throughout Florida to discourage
non-Jewish groups from using
his services.
Doesn't it beat all how our own
people often make trouble for
themselves?
Housewarming
Some weeks ago the ADL
Pictured above is the presentation of a gold loving cup to Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort, president of the Fifth District Ladies Auxiliary of
B'nai B'rith, at a meeting of the Supreme Council held in Washing-
ton. D. C. last month. The cup was awarded to the district she heads
as it had the largest percentage of increase of membership the past
year. Mrs Rotfort is also president of the State Federation of B'nai
B'rith Auxiliaries and of the Miami Lodge. From left to right in the
picture is Mrs. Lenore Underwood, Mrs. Lawrence Koeninsgsberger
and Mrs. Rotfort.
POLITICS BACK OF REFUSAL
FOR PALESTINIAN ARMY
London (WNS)Political con-
siderations rather than insuffi-
cient military equipment
prompted Great Britain to back
down on its promise to establish
a Jewish Army in Palestine after
negotiations had reached the
point where a commanding of-
ficer had been selected for the
Jewish Army, according to the
Jewish Agency for Palestine.
The charges were contained in
a pamphlet. "The War Effort and
War Potentialities of Palestine
Jewry," a review of the corres-
pondence between the Jewish
Agency and the British Colonial
and War Offices, copies of which
were distrtibuted this week
among members of Parliament.
The document disclosed that as
December. 1940, Brigadier L. A.
Hawes had been selected to head
the proposed Jewish militaray
force. Plans for a Jewish Army
were prepared by Brig. Hawes
with the collaboration of the
British War Office and the
Jewish Agency.
It was revealed that Lord
Moyne. British Colonial Secre-
tary, told Dr. Chaim Weizmann.
president of the Jewish Agency,
on August 1, 1941, that he saw no
political objection to the forma-
tion of a Jewish Army. Shortly
afterwards, however, when Dr.
Weizmann suggested that a
public announcement of the or-
ganization of a Jewish Army be
made, Lord Moyne replied that
technical difficulties had arisen
and necessitated postponement
of the plan. .
Lord Moyne and other British
spokesmen have insisted that
shortage of military equipment
and transportation facilities dic-
tated Britain's decision to
abandon immediate plans for a
Jewish Army, denying that
political considerations entered
into the picture.
moved into new and enlarged
quarters in the Seybold Building
We have been wanting for
some time to have members of
the community come up and look
us over Now that every chajr
is in place, we will hold an open
house and exhibit next Wednes-
day evening, December 10, from
8:30 to 10:00 p. m.
If you have received an invita-
tion please be sure to attend .
Admission is by invitation only
Refreshments will be served
by a reception committee from
the ADL Cooperative Council.
Gut Shabbos!
EXPLANATION OP
EQUIPMENT LACK
IS GROUNDLESS
New York (WNS)The ex-
ment that insufficient military
planation by the British Govern-
equipment made impossible the
formation of a Jewish Army in
Palestine was dismissed as an
evasion of the problem by David
Ben-Gurion. chairman of the ex-
ecutive of the Jewish Agency,
who attributed Britain's failure
to stick to its promise to "diplo-
matic bureaucrats" and appeas-
ers.
Mr. Ben-Gurion. who conduct-
ed a press conference at the head-
quarters of the Emergency Com-
mittee for Zionist Affairs shortly
after his return from Baltimore
where he addressed the Inter-
American Jewish Conference,
characterized the controversy
as "a clash between military
necessities and political considcr-
nations."
"I would never ask for any-
thing that would weaken the war
position of Great Britain." the
Zionist leader said, discounting
the official British explanation.
"The Jewish Agency has good
ground to believe that the for-
mation of a Jewish Army will
lead to an increase in the British
military equipment, and did not
hesitate to so inform the British
Government." he added.
Mr. Ben-Gurion voiced the be-
lief that American Jews can in-
fluence the British Government's
attitude towards Jewish demands
for Palestine and the Jewish
Army and urged them to take a
more active interest in the con-
troversy. He was particularly
bitter about certain British
diplomats who, he said, did
everything within their power to
obstruct Jewish efforts to further
the British war campaign.
At the same time, Mr. Ben-
Gurion disclosed that he had con-
ducted negotiations in London
with Soviet Ambassador Ivan
Maisky with regard to the aid
which the Yishuv in Palestine is
anxious to extend to Soviet
Russia. The veteran Zionist
made clear that the Palestine
Jewish community is prepared to
give all moral, political and any
other assistance to Russia.
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PAGE EIGHT
* Jewish ncridlian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1941
B'nai B'rith
Not
es
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Elections will be held Tuesday
night. Dec. 9th. at the Womans
Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive.
Miami. That simple announce-1
merit according to estimates
made by Pres. elect Burnett Roth j
will bring out about five hundred
members. I believe he is just a
wee bit optimistic. The largest
election meeting in the history of
the lodge that anywheres ap-,
preached the above estimate took j
place about four years ago in
that classic fight when Bros. Ike
Levin, the late Louis Shochet.
and yours truly battled for the j
vice-presidency. The elections j
this year will certainly again ^
prove very interesting and cram,
filled with action.
There are quite a number of
candidates for various offices so:
come on out. vote for the man,
who in your opinion has done]
and can do the most good for the
lodge, and let Sholem Lodge get
off on the right foot for the en-
ng year.
The following are the offices |
and the candidates: 1st vice-1
president. Louis Heiman and j
Milton Friedman. 2nd vice-
president. Walter Kovner, Marty j
Milstein, Louis Heiman and Mil-
ton Friedman. Recording seen.-!
tary. Bernard Spector and Walter
Kovner. Assistant Monitor. David
Catsman and Dr. Alex Kushner.
Warden. Maurice Cromer. Marx
Feinberg. and Emil Gould.
Guardian. Marty Milstein and S.
B. Miller. Trustee for one year.
Jack Abbott. Al' Pallot. Carl
Weinkle and George Wolpert.
Three out of the four are to be
elected. Those already in office,
having been unopposed, are
Burnett Roth. Pres.. Harold Turk.
treasurer, Abe Aronvitz. Monitor.
Sam Silver. Financial secy, and
Leo Eisenstein. three year
trustee.
You will notice that several
brothers have been nominated
for more than one office. Each
office will be voted upon
separately and the winner is
naturally automatically eliminat-
ed from the race for the lower
office. For instance, the winner
( : the race for first vice-presi-
t would be eliminated from
the race for second vice-presi-
dent, etc.
Those in arrears in dues will
be privileged to pay same at the
meeting and prior to the election
so as to enable them to vote. A
table will be set up where these
dues may be paid. There will be
other tables around the room
identified by alphabetical letters
in front of them, to wit: A to F.
G to K. etc. As you enter the
meeting room you will proceed
to the table containing the initial
of your last name and there will
receive your ballot. If you are in
arrears, go to the special table as
aforesaid.
The meeting, as per usual, will
start promptly at 8:30 p. m. Ex-
ercise your democratic rights and
be sure to be present to register
your ballot.
During the past year a young
lady has been doing a tremendous
amount of work for the lodge
and although it is true that she
has been a paid employee yet it
is also true that she has worked
harder and for longer hours than
most employees in similar posi-
tions. I am referring to our sec-
retary. Miss Millicent Roth. Well.
Millicent is now in Wash., the re-
sult of a successful civil service
exam. As she put it and I quote
"I've been drafted by the navy".
Millicent's parting words were ]
that she appreciated how nice j
everyone had been to her and
wished to thank everyone for
their cooperation. Good luck and
the best wishes of the Lodge go
with you. Taking her place is
Miss Sara August and you'll be
seeing more of her from now on.
Remember election of officers,
Tuesday night, Dec. 9th. Womans
Club.
C. WILLIAM HOMA HEADS
UNDERWRITERS INSURANCE
Income Underwriters. Inc.. has
announced that C. William Horn a
has become manager of the firm
and effective Dec. 1st they have
acquired the hospitalization de-
partment of the Pennsylvania
Casualty Company from Stcmb-
ler, Adams. Frazier Insurance
Agency. Inc. Mr. Homa will con-
tinue writing general life insur-
ance.
HOF BRAU IS AGAIN OPENED
Tudor Inn. formerly the Hof
Brau Restaurant, located at 221
N. E. 2nd St.. is now open under
the personal supervision of Mr.
Penfield. Cocktails are served in
the beautiful new lounge until 6
p. m. at popular prices. Delicious
foods are prepared for individual
orders.
S T R
cut
L
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
Imsli ess uihIit ill.' fictitious nunic or
RUBENSTEIN'S intend to register
the said name with the clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
GEORGE FARKA8
HELENA KARKAS
11 21-2S 11/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
BARBIZON APT. HOTEL intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida,
JACOB CHAVES
BENJAMIN CHAVES
LEON CHAVES
ii 21-2S i2/5-i2-i
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
b islneai under the fictitious name of
Ki.Aiil.ER MEMORIAL. GROUP AS-
SOCIATES intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit C.-urt of Ds.de County, Florida.
ALFRED C.OTTESMAN
11 21-28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
IS under the fictitious name of
ZISSEN'8 BOWERY intend to regis-
ter the said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dude County.
da.
HYMAN ZISSEN
LOUIS ZISSEN
CHARLES ZISSEN
M. I- ZISSEN
DOROTHY ZISSEN
LILLIAN ZISSEN
Mil.TON A FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Applicants
11 21-2-> 12 5-12-19
NOTED HORSE TRAINER IS
AGAIN AT TROPICAL PARK
Hirsch Jacobs, who has headed
the list of American trainers
more times than any other man.
and who holds top place again
this year, has checked in ftf
Tropical Park with one of the
strongest divisions of horses he
has ever drafted for competition
in this land of sunshine.
Needless to say. the Jacobs-
trained horses will play a prom-
inent role at the Gables Racing
Association's meeting which will
open on Saturday. December 0.
for a 21-day '"stand." Seldom
since racing became Miami's fav-
ored winter sport have Jacobs'
charges failed to score with amaz-
ing regularity.
JEWISH CALENDAR
All Holidays Start the Preceding Evening
5702 1941
Rosh Chodesh Kislev Thursday and Friday. Nov. 20 21
Chanukah Dec. 15 to 22
Rosh Chodesh Tebeth ......... Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20 21
Fast of Tebeth Tuesday. Dec. 23
F. A. PETERSON. District Manager
The tervicet of our Accounting En-
gineering Reeeareh Division are Avail-
able to youwithout chargeat any
time. ,
Whenever a problem arises involv-
ing printed forma or their ue. we in-
vite you to take advantage of thi. The Shelby SaleBDOok Co.
service. *
CORAL GABLES. FLA.
P. O. Box 4473
PHONE 4-4240
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Federal Housing chief Nathan
Straus has the nation's housing
troubles on his headbut the
other day he found a few min-
utes to do some shopping for his
own home, at Gimbel's sale of
objects d'art from the collection
of William R. Hearst .
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Making the rounds again is
Harry Hershfield's story of the
commercial travelor who, return-
ing from a business trip, locked
himself into his office and start-j
ed to write a long, long letter .
His partner, eager to hear the re- J
port of the trip, paced the floor
outside the locked door, stopping
every once in a while to knock
but getting no reply ... At last
the letter-writer came out, a
bulky sealed envelope in his
hand "What's so important
about that letter?" screamed the
partner "Couldn't you have
told me about your trip first?"
... "I wanted to get this letter to
Hitler off as quickly as possible."
was the reply "He's always
yelling for more territoryso I'm
telling him he can have the
Middle West" .
INVITATION
"The Inter-American Confer-
ence may not have accomplished
anything practical, but it surely
made quite an impression on the
delegates from Latin America,
who are not used to such oratory
as Dr. Stephen S. Wise. Louis
Lipsky. Dr. Nahum Goldman and
Sumner Welles regaled them
with." commented an observer
who had attended the Baltimore
sessions Delegates from Latin
America. however. protested
against this observation .
"When it comes to eloquent
oratory," they declared, "we can
show you people a thing or two
. Just come down and see us
some time" .
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION
OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN
Sealed in Cellophane for your protection
PREFERRED BY THOUSANDSMAY WE SERVE YOU?
Phone, MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 lor
GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM
SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER
SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE
BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM
SOY ACIDOPHILUS
We Sincerely Believe That There
ll No Better Dairy Product Than
HOME MILK
FINE
CUSTOM TAILORING
114" Lincoln Roail Ph. 5-3812
To The
Gentleman. .
For he who takei particular
pride in hie appearance, we of-
ter the eervicee of maater tail-
or*, skilled in the art of creating
and correctly fitting clothea
which enhance hie own person,
ality and taate.
We are now showing a large as.
sortment of the Newest Colors
in Fine Fabrica for Evening.
Sports and Business Wear.
Now Open for the 18th
Consecutive Season
VISIT
BETTE WHITE
CORSETIERE STUDIO
420 Lincoln Road. Room 414
Mercantile Nafl. Bank Bldg.
MIAMI BEACH. FLORIDA
Foundations Brassieres. Designed
to Individual Requirement!
PHONE 5-0101
AUGUST STUDIO
oi Interior Decorating
Exclusive Drapery Work &
Slip Covers Phone 5-1024
600 Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach Florida
LEGAL NOTICES
R. W. BROWN & CO.
FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS
Southern Florida
Fertilizer Company
TROPICAL BRAND
Quality Fertilizer
GROWERS' SUPPLIES
INSECTICIDES
Factory: Goulds. Florida
Phone: Homestead 5-4451
Offices: South Miami, Fla.
PHONE 4-3375
TOTHEMIHWFST
Ride the Famous
FLORIDA
SUNBEAM
To Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P. M.
,cir*t trip Dec. 14th
ALL-PULLMAN
Air-conditioned. Wide choice
of sleeping car accommoda-
tions; sections, bedrooms,
compartments, drawing
rooms. Buffet-club and
buffet-lounge cars. Dining
cars. Low rail fares.
DIESEL-POWERED
between Voldesta, Oa. and Cincinnati
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 173 E. FUgler St..
Miami. Tel. 3-S391. T. W. Luckett, AC PA.
SEABOARD RAILWAY
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
NOTICE IS IIRRKBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
liiisim-HS under the fictitious name of
CHESTER'S RESTAURANT at 686
Colllna Ave., Miami Beach, Fla., In-
tetlda to register the Bald name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
JJude County. Florida.
KM It. BBNZELL
11/21-28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE IS IIKRKHY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
CHAR-MOLE GOWN SHOPI'K in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
CHARLES WEINSTK1N
ISAAC JOFFK
Attorney for Applicant
11/21-28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN 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 or
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RUBEN SHAPIRO
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICK IS HERKBY GIVKN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of JIMMIES RESTAURANT Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TOM RIOGINS
JAMKS F. VA1R
11 7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of L. C. BAR at 600 5th St.. Miami
Be&Ch, Florida, intend to register the
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County Florida.
BERNARD COHEN
MURRAY GLACKMAN
11/7-14-21-28 12/5
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
FIFTH AVENUE SUNDRIES at 743
N. \V. 5th Ave.. Miami. Florida, Intend
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
C. STALLONE
JIM.M1E 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
169 West Flagler St., Miami, Florida.
Intend to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
I. PASHKOW
Moi.i.ie PASHKOW
MARTIN GENET
Attorney for Applicants
II 14-21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVICS that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
BIM/OWS HOTEL at 127 27th St..
Miami Beach. Florida, intends to
register the sit Id name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ABE H. MAZOR
11/14-21-28 12,5-12
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 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag)
in business under the fictitious name
Of EHRLICH BROS. Intend to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade Count v. Flor-
ida.
MORRIS EHIU.ICH
SAM KHRI.ICH
11/7-14-21-28 12/3
NOTICE IS 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.
MOI.I.IE WEINSTE1N
Isaac JOFFE
Attorney for Applicant
II 21-28 12/5-12-19
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RoYAI, PALM CANDIES intends
to register the said name with the.
Clerk .if the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
BECLAH SUGARMAN
11 14-21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
SAMS TROPICAL FRUIT & VEGE-
TABLE MARKET at 420 Espanola
Way. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court pf Dade County.
Florida. __
MRS. GISSIE JACOBSKIND
11/14-21-28 12/5-12
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ROBINSON FKIMT SHIPPER.
nit ends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
YALE GORDON
11 JS 12 r-12-19-26________^^_
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
To WHOM IT MAY CoNCI-.ltN-
Notice Ll hereby given that the under-
signed, pursuant to the "Fictitious
Name Statute." House Bill No. UTS,
Chapter No. 20*51, Uiws of Florida.
1941. will register with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, in and for Dade Coun-
ty. Florida, upon receipt of proof ot
publication of this notice, the fMN'
tlous name. t..-wit: TROPICS HOTEL.,
under v. hich we are engaged in busi-
ness at number K.52 Collins Avenue.
In the City of Miami Beach. Florida.
That the parties Interested in said
business enterprise, are as follows:
DAVID (I.il.DIN
ETHEL GOLD1N
11/28 12/5-12-19-26