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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 14No. 52
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26, 194
PRICE 10 CENTS
STATE OF FLORIDA
IOSE ITURBI IS INVITED TO
LEAD PALESTINE MUSICIANS
l'
JEWISH LEADER
Sarasota, Fla.Florida, through
the United Daughters of the Con-
federacy, will dedicate a monu-
ment here January 22 to Judah
P. Benjamin, holder of three Con-
federate cabinet offices who fled
through Florida after the fall of
Richmond, it was announced by
Mrs. Mary Brownell, chairwoman
in charge of arrangements.
Schools and business establish-
ments are planning to close that
day while Gov. Spessard L. Hol-
land comes here to officiate at the
ceremonies for the distinguished
Jewish statesman.
The Florida State Federation
of B'nai B'rith, which is contri-
buting S200 toward the cost of
the memorial, will participate in
the exercises January 22 while
B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliar-
ies throughout the state will de-
vote their January cultural pro-
grams to a study of Benjamin's
life.
When members of the fleeing
Confederate cabinet and Presi-
dent Jefferson Davis separated
near Washington, Ga., on May
3rd. 1865, Benjamin continued
down through Georgia and the
west coast of Florida disguised as
a farmer in search of land on
which to settle, riding in a buggy.
Meanwhile, Davis headed for
Texas.
Eventually. Benjamin, who had
been successively attorney-gener-
al, secretary of .war. and secre-
tary of state to Davis, found a
welcome and temporary refuge
in the Gamble mansion near
Bradenton until arrangements
could be made for him to sail
from Sarasota to Bimini. then to
Cuba, and finally. England. The
marker to be unveiled here in
January will designate the point
near which Benjamin narrowly
escaped capture at the hands of
pursuing Federal troops and set
sail for foreign shores.
Rochester (WNS)Jose Iturbi,
conductor of the Rochester Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, disclosed
this week that he had been in-
vited to direct the Palestine Sym-
phony Orchestra next May and
June in Jerusalem. While not
committing himself, the conduct-
or said that the invitation ap-
pealed to him.
According to the invitation,
received from Rabbi Isidor Levy,
chairman of the Palestine Sym-
phony directors, transportation
of Mr. Iturbi to Palestine "will
be no problem as our British
friends have graciously offered
to ferry you there in a Royal
Air Force bomber."
Mr. Iturbi was assured that
his concerts would not be can-
celed because of air raids. Rabbi
Levy's invitation pointed out
that "Jerusalem has the largest
most luxurious air-raid shelter
in the Near East, with marvelous
acoustics where the concerts
will be given in case of alarm."
WAR RELIEF FUND
BRITISH. AMERICAN JEWS'
ARE UNITED IN WAR EFFORT
ISO JEWS AMONG REFUGEES
IN MEXICO FROM LISBON
Mexico City (WNS) More
than 250 Jewish refugees were
among the 540 refugees arriving
in Vera Cruz from Lisbon and
Casablanca after a 29-day voyage
on the Portuguese ship Serpa
Pinto, it was reported here. Most
of the refugees had been interned
in compulsory labor camps in
unoccupied France and French
Morocco.
The Jewish refugees were met
by representatives of Mexican
Jewish groups who made their
arrangements for their lodging,
kaac L. Asofsky. executive di-
rector f the HIAS in New York,
"lade a special trip here to super-
vise the arrangements made for
the refugees.
While many of the refugees
had their Mexican "visas for a
year they were not permitted to
leave by the Vichy Government
until recently. Their transpor-
tation was arranged by the
WAS-ICA and the J.D.C. In-
cluded among the refugees were
80 who fought with the inter-
national brigade in Spain. Of
we 540 refugees, 357 will remain
I "we while the others will pro-
ved to New York.
OF
BRITISH FORCES
For the past two months the
Civilian Technical Corps has
been obtaining an increased num-
ber of applications for service by
means of classified advertising
throughout the United States, ac-
' cording to a brief report just is.
sued by the Florida Regional of-
fice at the University of Miami.
The Corps is a non-military body
of paid volunteer craftsmen in
certain skilled trades, open to
United States eiti/ens. established
by the British government to
maintain and repair the highly
technical equipment used by
naval, military and air forces of
the British and their allies. Mem-
bers of the corps work closely
with and for the armed forces
| but are free from combatant
duty. They are also free from
1 military discipline but are sub-
ject to the regulations of the
I corps and to the laws governing
i civilian defense workers in Eng-
land.
Anv male citizen of the United
States is eligible to join the
1 corps, provided he is between
: the ages of 18 and 50. physically
fit able to produce proof of
sound character, and technically
: qualified to pass the examination
required for his particular trade.
The Civilian Technical Corps is
i open to men who are thoroughly
experienced in one or more of the
following: radio mechanics and
engineer! fitters of all kinds,
electrical technicians, instrument
(CONTINUEdTn PAGE 4)
REPORTS ^NAZIS^EXECUTED
JEWISH VICTIMS^ OF TYPHUS
Berne (W N S) Unconfirmed
reports received here stated that
; Nazi authorities in occupied Pol-
and had put to death by gas",
than 1.000 Jewish victims of the
tvohus epidemic in the over-
crTded Warsaw ghettoJta.ex-
ecutions were said to be neces
Sy by Nazi off.cials in order to
check the spread of the epidem-
ic now raging throughout East-
ern Europe.
IS SETHI SI 50,1
Henry O. Shaw accepted the
chairmanship of the $150,000 War
Relief Fund Drive for Dade
County Chapter of the American
Red Cross, it was announced by
Chapter Chairman Harvey R.
Payne.
In accepting this responsibility.
Mr. Shaw said. "Now give for
America." This fund is not for
England, not France, not Bel-
gium or China, but war relief
for our own people, for America.
Now we are in the war. American
lives, American homes have been
attacked, and Americans are
now needing our help, and they'll
get it!"
Frank L. Wells, president of
the Jewish Welfare Board, in a
wire sent to Norman H. Davis,
chairman of the American Red
Cross, said: "We offer you the
cooperation and facilities of our
325 community centers and our
225 army and navy committees.
Our organization will render the
fullest possible assistance."
The American Red Cross,
pledged to a major role in the
nation's battles, has issued an ap-
peal to the citizens of this com-
munity and of every American
community. Chairman Payne
stated, for an emergency war
fund of S50.000.000.00, Every
service of the Red Cross must
be greatly expanded to cope
with this new crisis.
Red Cross War Relief Fund
headquarters have been estab-
lished at 16 N. E. Third Ave., in
the Calumet building.
George Holmcr of the head-
quarters staff, will be in charge
of the office. Posters, buttons
and other supplies will be avail-
able there to all interested. Also
donations may be made in person
at this office
Many volunteer contributions
to the S50.000.000 war relief fund
Of which Dade County's quota is
S150.000. are being received both
at N. E. Third Ave. and at the
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
London (WNS) Declaring
that the entry of the United
States into the war has changed
completely the world Jewish
picture, the Zionist Review, of-
ficial publication of the British
Zionist Federation, stressed that
"British and American Jewry
now stand united, sharing a com-
mon burden."
Pledging solidarity with
American Jewry in the fight for
"a free Jewry in a free world."
the Zionist Review stated: "What
is essential now is coordination
of efforts of the Jewish com-
munities in the English-speaking
world. It is more essential than
ever to awaken public opinion
in the Western Hemisphere to the
magnitude of the Jewish prob-
lem, and its connection with Pal-
estine."
"We are convinced." the edi-
torial continued, "that with the
Jews of Britain and the Domin-
ions the bulk of American Jewry
is ready to face the greater tasks
allotted it by world develop-
ments."
DEFENSE COUNCIL
JOSEPH E. DAVIES CITES
IMPORTANCE OF J.D.C WORK
New York (WNS)The "neces-
sity and desirability of continu-
ing the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee's life-giving work" now
that the United States is in the
war. was pointed out by Joseph
E. Davies. chairman of Presi-
dent Roosevelt's Committee on
War Relief Agencies, and former
United States Ambassador to
Russia, in a letter made public
by Edward M. M. Warburg,
chairman of the J.D.C.
Quoting President Roosevelt's
statement to the J.D.C. earlier
this year that "Your cause is the
cause of all Americans, for de-
mocracy must begin with man's
humanity to man." Mr. Davies
declared that "it seems desirable
and indispensable to meet urg-
ent war relief requirements over-
seas conducted by agencies whose
policies and programs conform
to the regulations and objectives
of the United States Govern-
ment" Mr. Davies further
pointed out that all the J.D.C.'s
activities "are aimed at assist-
ing many of those persons who
have been the chief victims of
Hitlerism and the chief propon-
ents of democracy in Europe.
FOR FUND DRIVE
BY FEDERATION
"Detailed preparations and
plans are in the finishing pro-
cess." Day J. Apte. chairman of
the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish
Campaign, remarked this week.
"Mr. Morris Klass. executive di-
rector, of Federation, and my-
self are supervising the many dc-
, tails that though small, arc so
necessary to make our drive the
I success it must be."
Volunteer workers have been
| laboring at Federation offices
for the past several weeks pre-
paring all Campaign data and
paraphernalia for the drive which
starts January 18th and continues
through the 28th. Many workers
have enlisted for active partici-
pation in the campaign. Division
heads have been meeting con-
stantly together with the of-
ficers of Federation and arc near-
mg the finish of their prelimin-
ary work. Additional workers
for the drive are needed and are
asked to contact the Federation
office.
Pre-campaign strides for the
forthcoming campaign to raise
$159,902 are gaining impetus as
the date draws close and the
Specials Gifts Division headed by
Benjamin E. Bronston. president
cf Federation, assisted by Marcie
Uberman, Mitchell Wolfson. Ba-
ron de Hirsch Meyer and Stan-
! ley C. Myers have reported great
I progress in that division.
I WILLKIE STRESSES NEED TO
BE CONSTANTLY ON ALERT
New York (WNS) Warning that
' "under the stress and strain of
I combat the spirit of intolerance
always rises." Wendell L. Will-
kie stressed the need of the
American people to remain con-
stantly on the alert to combat in-
ternal forces of intolerance and
prejudice. Mr. Willkie spoke
at a luncheon meeting of lead-
ers in the entertainment indus-
try under the auspices of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
CITY WITHIN CITY
With more than a hundred
thousand registered volunteers,
with three thousand air raid war-
dens appointed, with classes in
every subject from first aid to
the operation of an Air Raid Fil-
ter Center for the U. S. Army
Air Corps, the Defense Council
of Dade County, in Miami, at the
Ingraham Building, has become
a city inside a city. Bryan Hanks,
chairman of this vast enterprise,
when asked to make a report,
said, "That would take a week.
It would fill several whole news-
papers."
Touching on some of the high-
lights, he pointed to the fact that
the Council had already turned
over to the army various units
which it had organized, includ-
ing the Florida Defense Force,
under Major Dan D. Rosenfeld-
er. the Civilian Pilots organiza-
tion, the "spotters" recruited last
summer and trained under army
rules for their job at watching
the Florida coasts, and the four
hundred women now studying to
operate the Air Filter Center, or
"nerve center" of the Army Air
Corps.
"Up to the day war was de-
clared." said Mr. Hanks, "it was
difficult to obtain volunteers for
many of the services indicated
as necessary in every commun-
ity by the Washington Office of
Civilian Defense, which is under
Mayor Fiorello La Guardia. Since
the declaration, we have been ov-
erwhelmed by volunteers. Dade
County is at present training air
raid wardens, specialized fire
fighters, and first aid workers, by
thousands. Our recreation divis-
ionone nf the thirteen major
departments of Civil Defense-
has a large-scale program in ef-
fect for the entertainment of
Service men. Our Food and Ag-
riculture divisions are preparing
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
POLISH JEWISH FAMILIES
STRANDED IN SHANGHAI
London (WNS)The tragic
story of 50 Polish Jewish famil-
ies in Shanghai, who recently
received visas for Australia and
were already on the boat sched-
uled to take them there but were
stranded by Japanese invasion
on December 7th. was disclosed
here this week by Dr. Ignacy
Schwartzbard. Jewish member
of the Polish National Council.
Mr. Schwartzbard reported
that the tragedy-stalked refugees
were waiting aboard the ship
which was to carry them to Aus-
tralia when the Japanese sud-
denly invaded Shanghai and or-
dered them removed from the
vessel. The visas had been ori-
ginally secured through the ef-
forts of Polish officials in Shang-
hai.
DR. NATHAN ISAACS. NOTED
LAW PROFESSOR. DEAD AT 55
Cambridge, Mass. (WNS)Dr.
Nathan Isaacs, Professor of Bus-
iness Law at Harvard University
and an American delegate at the
first World Jewish Congress in
Geneva, died here at the age
of 55.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 194!
Social
Personals

Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gordon arc
now residing in their new home
at 720 Southwest 24th Road.

Stanley Tannenbaum. son of
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tannen-
baum. is visiting with his par-
ents during the holiday season.
He is a student at the University
of Florida.

Mrs. Frances Quittner, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon.
left Tuesday for New York wl
she will visit friends and rela-
tives. She will then return to
me in Los Ang< les, Calif.

Visiting Ral : and Mrs. C
man Zwitman at their homi an
Mrs. J. B. ( ighter,
Helaine of New York, mother
sister of Mrs. Zwitman. Miss C
n is .1 s cial wi 1 k 1 I New
York City Departm nt I W
tare.

Alvin and Lloyd Gardner
of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardnir
. ;' Miami Beach, are visiti -
.; parents. Alvin attei
Atlanta Southern Dental Colleg
Winner of the third annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Miami Chapter
of A. /.. A is Miss Gwen Resnick, c< nter. Other contestant.- were Muriel Auslan-
der. 1 Mitzi Atkins, right The dance was held Sunday night at the Alcazar
Hotel Roof Garden.
Washable ana Heatproof
TABLE
PADS
No Ext-a Ccst
American Table Pad Co.
152 N. F. Uth St. Phone 3-3272
your furs-
how to protect them
Investigate Before
You Invest
FACTS
You Should Know About
FUR STORAGE
Certified Cold Storage" is
specifically offered at I. R> s-
engarten. "Miami's Pioneer
Furrier."' 118 So. Miami Avi .
The low U : ire keeps
moth eggs from hatching and
the controlled humidity pre-
vi tits t':.' t" Its :: "-. drying
out.
Specializing in cleaning,
glazing, moth proofing and re-
modeling.
Complete line of fur jai
and scarfs.
I. ROSENGARTEN
"Miami's Pioneer Furrier"
COLO -
': SIOBAGI
118 SO. MIAMI AVENUE
Phone 3 4591
and Lloyd is a student at the Uni-
versity of Florida.

Mrs. Oscar \V. Brisker of Beth-
lehem. Pa., is spending the holi-
day season with her sister and
r-in-law. Mr. and Mrs I.
H. Goldman. 515 N. E. 26th Ter-
race. Mrs. Brisker also expects
to visit her sons. Ensign Nathan-
iel Brisker and Sidney Brisker
in Washington. D. C.

Rabbi and Mrs. Leon J. Risi-
koff and daughter. Susan, are
vacationing at the Floridian Ho-
tel. Miami Beach. Rabbi Risi-
koff. executive vice chairman of
the Jewish Ministers Association
"f America. Judge of the Jewish
df Arbitration and Chaplain
of the Sanitation Department of
Greater New Ycrk. is the Rabbi
of tlie Congregation Aitz Chaim
of Brooklyn.

Moie Tendrich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Isidore Tendrich of Coco-
nut Grove, was the winner of the
First Annual Essay Contest spon.
sored by the Miami Drug Club.
The subject of the essay was "The
Pharmacist and Public Health."
'"Young Tendrich is an 8A stud-
ent at the Coconut Grove Ele-
mentary School and was one of
702 Dadc County school children
participating in the contest.
BIRTHS
Mr and Mrs. John Kroncnfeld
announce the birth of their son.
David Brian. December 21st at
St. Francis Hospital. The bris
will take place Sunday.
Season's Greetings
HENSHAW RADIO CO.
"PHLLCO"
156 West Flagler St.
THE MOST POPULAR
HOLIDAY GIFT
VISIT
Fruit Packing House
One Block South of Burdine's
ORANGES
Grapefruit or Mixed
*1.00
Per Box As Illustrated
Nelson-K I i n ge nsm it h Company
(WHOLESALE AND RETAIL)
132 SO. MIAMI AVE.Free Parking ServicePHONE 2-5575
ENGAGED
Announcement of the engage-
ment of Miss Shirl Lea Pepper,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Pepper, to Mr. Newton Frish-
man. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Frishman. was made at a dinner
held in the Hotel Evans. Miami
Beach. Out of town guests at-
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
Miss Shirl Lea Pepper
ris Shapiro, of Jacksonville, par-
ents of Mrs. 1'epper; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Grossman of Gainesville:
Mrs. L. Moed of New York, and
Mrs. A. Sands of Providence. R. I.
A reception was held at the
home of Miss Pepper Thursday
afternoon celebrating the occas-
ion. Miss Pepper and Mr. Frish-
man are graduates of Miami Se-
nior High School and Mr. Frish-
man is now attending the Univer-
sity of Florida.
ORGANIZATIONS
Hanita Club of the Pioneer
Womens Organization held a tea
last Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Herman Mankes.
Miami Beach. Mrs. Moses Krieg-
er was guest speaker. Officers
elected for the ensuing year were
Mrs. Bessie Mankes. president;
SEASON S GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH JITNEY
BUS CO., INC.
104 B1SCAYNE STREET
Mrs Muses Krieger. first vice
president: Mrs. Gertrude Saber,
second vice president: Mrs. Mae
Stewart, financial secretary; Mrs.
S. Roscnfcld. recording secretary;
Mrs. H. Sadowsky. treasurer. Ad-
visors for cultural and business
programs are Mrs. Lena Wolk
and Miss Molly Goodlaw. The
next meeting will be held at the
home of Mrs. Saber at which time
a cultural and musical program
will be presented.

Raylyn Kinney. contralto, was
the guest at the Mana-Zucca
club meeting Tuesday afternoon
when distinguished visitors and
guest artists took part in an im-
promptu program between Miss
Kinney's numbers. These includ-
ed Arthur Tracy, the famous
"Street Singer." who was intro-
duced and sang "Rachem" with
the composer at the piano: Doug-
las McKinnon. music director of
radio station WQXR in New
York: Col. J, Price, publicity co-
ordinator of the Dade County De-
fense Council; and Paul Chateaji,
French long distance swimmer,
who is also a very fine violinist,
student of the finest French
teachers.

Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman has
announced that Dr. Abram L.
Sachar, nationally famed lec-
turer and author, and Director of
Hillel Foundations in the United
States, will be the guest speaker
evening services of January 2nd.
1942. at 8:15 p. m.

Workman's Circle Branch No.
692 of Greater Miami will hold
tin lr first New Year's Eve cel-
ebration in their new lyceum,
Wednesday at 9 p. m. Members
and friends are invited to make
reservations for this dinner and
entertainment by calling Morris
Jacobs. 2-8336. B. Rifkind, 2-3676
or H. Leibson. 5-7696.

Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
address the Spinoza Forum this
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at 11th
St. between Collins Ave. and
Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Rab-
bi Zwitman's topic will be "Naz-
ism's Revolution against Western
Civilization." Monday morning
at 10:30 Edward Clarke will lec-
ture. Tuesday evening at 8:15
Lawrence Schlechter will review
MARRIAGES
The marriage of Miss Jun.
Eichner to Mr. Edward Cantor
will take place Thursday after
noon, Jan. 1st at 2 p. m. at the
Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss
Eichner is the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Max Eichner. Mr. Can-
tor is the son of Mr. and Mrs"
Abraham Cantor.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bcrkowitz
celebrated their 30th wedding
anniversary Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. David Gross will
honor their daughters and sons-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A.
Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Kaufman, Sunday at a jmnt an-
niversary dinner to be held at
Mrs. Kaufman's home. 634 S. W.
10th Avenue.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Krnnenfeld
will celebrate their 25th wedding
anniversary January 1st with a
reception at their home. 92 N. E.
48th St. from 7 to 9 p. m. No
invitations have been issued and
friends are invited.
Pearl Buck's book, "Men and
Women."

The members of the Sigma
Phi Kappa Sorority held their
annual formal dinner dance at
the Beachcomber night club,
December 25th. Those in charge
of arrangements wen Miss Carol
A. Bauer and Miss Beverly
Raphael.
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I Beautifully located on Biseayne,
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Rent tor season; no reasonable of.l
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DECEMBER 26, 1941
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PAGE THREE
U.S.
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They'll do it every day
These fellows who'll always say
Who Me? I don't want the job
Turn their heads, give a sob
Who Me? Titles are all empty
These fellowsthey want them plenty
Who Me? An officer I don't have to be
No officerthey'll quit working you'll see
Who Me? Honors don't mean a thing
But hear the song they sing
I work real hardget a kick
Organizationsthey make me sick
You workers stop and think
When they pop the questiondon't blink
That recognition you demand
To go on workingyou understand
The truth you'll have to say
To get that jobthere's no other way
You leaders wake up and see before too late
The real fact you must differentiate.
KDDITIOIini SOCIETV
Jerusalem (WNS)In a nation-
wide broadcast following the
Axis declaration of war against
the United States, Lowell c.
Pinkerton, American Consul in
Jerusalem, told the people of
Palestine that "your fortune is
our fortune and your aims a
our aims."
Linking the American war pro-
gram with those of the other
free peoples lighting aggression,
Mr. Pinkerton stated that "we
are pledged to continue our ef-
forts until the forces of justice
triumph over the forces chal-
lenging our lives and liberty and
civilization."
Talk about foresightedness
... in view of the present war
conditions one of our rabbis
made necessary arrangements
and will have an "esrog" tree
in his yard .
One of our boysa young
lawyer who about a year ago
from a pulpit as the guest speaker
prognosticated that he will be
in the legislature has had some of
his literature seen on the streets
announcing his candidacy. King
thinks he's got a long way to go
right here before thinking of
Tallahassee.
Miamians insist they have in
their midst a "Mike Jacobs"
a promoter second not even
to Mike his visits are short
lived and he leaves a bad at-
mosphere wonder who?
The draft has made quite a
hole in the ranks of the Jewish
boys here and the nclassification
will make it even more notice-
able We don't realize many
things until we feel it in our own
back yards but we're proud
they're right up there doing their
bit.
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Zionist aX District
By Louis Heiman, Pres.
The members of our commun-
ity who were privileged to hear
Dr Abram L. Sachar. author of
"Sufferance is the Badge." on
Sunday night. December 21st at
the Hotel Evans, were greatly
impressed with his statement that
there must be "no moratorium"
on our efforts on behalf of our
own people. True, we must give
of our time and of our substance
for the defense effort of our
country now at war. But, since
the leadership of world Jewry
has been placed upon the should-
ers of the American Jews, we
must accept the challenge and
continue building, even through
the war period, for the world af-
ter the war. What should we do?
"We must support Palestine."
said Dr. Sachar. "as it is a place of
refuge for our people after vic-
tory shall have been won." The
Jews will not be wanted in most
of the countries of Europe, as
their places will have been filled
by others who selfishly will not
be anxious to let the Jews take
the positions they held before
the war; and those who have
fled to other lands will not be
welcomed back for the same rea-
son. Palestine, then, is the hope
for the future for the greatest
percentage of Jews. In Palestine
they will be welcome and may
begin to live again, in religious
and economic security. It is no
wonder that the leaders of
American Jewry, like Dr. Sa-
char. are preaching that there
must be support now and con-
tinuously for Palestine.
Fridav night. December 26.
1941. has been designated as "Zi-
onist night" at each of our con-
gregations in Greater Miami.
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth Dav-
id Congregation, will speak on
Palestine After the War." The
subject of the sermon of Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob
Congregation will be "Flag Wav-
ing." The Zionist sermon of
Rabbi Samuel Bension of Miami
Beach Jewish Center will be
-You and Your Shadow." while
Rabbi Abraham Kellner of Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will speak on the subject. From
Palestine and Back." The sub-
ject at Temple Israel is "Every
American Jew a Zionist." Please
attend your congregation on Fri-
day night. December 26. 1941,
and learn more about the Zionist
cause.
Rev. Maurice Mamches an-
nounces that his 6th Annual
Concert will take place February
8th at Beth Jacob Synagogue at
8:30 p. m.

Women's Division, American
Jewish Congress will sponsor a
membership tea Monday. Dec. 29
at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel
with Mrs. L. Glasser, member-
ship chairman, in charge of ar-
rangements.

Pioneer Women's Organization
of Greater Miami for Palestine
will sponsor a card party and
supper Sunday evening. January
4th at the Beth David Talmud
Torah. Mrs. I. Shapoff is chair-
man of the affair, proceeds of
which will go to the emergency
fund of the organization.

The Daughters of Israel and
Men's Division of Beth Jacob
Congregation elected the follow-
ing officers for the ensuing year:
Mrs. A. R. Berow. president; Mrs.
I. Brenner, vice president; Mrs.
S. Rosenberg, secretary-trea-
surer. Officers of the Men's di-
vision are Max Feit. president:
Rabbi M. Finkel. vice president;
E. Raphael, secretary and M.
Vanger. treasurer.
These groups meet every Wed-
nesday night and have as their
project the erection of a modern
Ritualarium.
wards of New Jersey; Mrs. J.
Morris and D. Rabinowitz of
New York.

A children's Holiday Party
and Marionette Matinee will be
presented by the Forum of Mi-
ami Section, National Council
of Jewish Women on Friday, De-
cember 26th. at 2 p. m. in the
Ida M. Fisher High School, Mi-
ami Beach.
The Marionette show will be
presented by Mrs. Molka Reich,
Mrs. Harold Rand and Mrs. Geo.
Lister are in charge.
Patronesses for the party will
be Mrs. Ethel Goldstein. Mrs.
Irving Kobley. Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine, Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Mrs.
Cora Sachs and Mrs. Jack Silver-
man.
The children of the National
Cardiac Home and of Council's
Newcomer Group will be the
guests of the Forum Committee.
The management of the Park
Central Hotel. Gartenberg and
Schechter, announce that their
guests will participate in a New
Year's Eve celebration for the
benefit of HIAS. Entertainment
and banquet dinner will take
place at 10 p. m.. December 31st.
Berele Kabrinor accompanied by
Art Shryer's orchestra and Miss
Durbin will appear with others
in a star-studded program. Com-
mittee in charge are Mrs. Lillian
DEATHS
Charles Greenberg. 1554 S.
W, Fourth St.. passed away Sun-
day morning at his residence.
Formerly of Boston, Mass., he
came here 15 years ago. He was
a member of Beth David Syna-
gogue and Chesed She] Ernes of
Miami and of the Masonic Lodge
and Chevra Mischnayes of Bos-
ton. Surviving are two sons.
Nathan of Miami and Joseph of
Detroit: seven daughters. Mrs.
Sophie Zohn, Mrs. Barbara
Greenberg and Mrs. Sarah Shank-
man, all of Miami: Mrs. Anna
Hurewitz of Hollywood: Mrs. Bet-
ty Utlcy of Pontiac. Mich.; Mrs.
Esther Kaufman of Ft. Lauder-
dale. and Mrs. Mildred Kates ol
Havana. Cuba. Funeral services
were held Monday at 11 a. m. in
the Gordon Funeral Home. Rabbi
Cohn. chairman; Mrs. Bessie ; Max Shapiro officiated with bur-
Mandelbaum. assistant chairman: j ial following in Woodlawn Park
H. Bernstein, manager of For- cemetery.
SERVING
FlOiUDA S FINEST A M.E IC AN-| W IS H DINNER -
LlRlEfillS ',:,?;,LiiicV!
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood
will hold its regular monthly
meeting at the synagogue Mon-
day night, January 5th. An in-
teresting program will be pre-
sented. Plans for their annual
installation banquet to be held
Sunday night, January 11th will
be discussed.
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your support. Enroll now!
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MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1941
VOLUME 14 NUMBER 52
BLITZES IN REVERSE APPEAL FOR CAUTION
A rabbi has pointed out that the grand Hit-
ler retreat in Russia began during the week
when Jews light their little Chanuka candles,
in memory of the heroic resistance of the Mac-
cabeans to the evil forces of ancient times.
Whether the hand of God is in it or not,
certainly the newest Hitler blitz in reverse is
very gratifying.
We may imagine with what agony Hitler
must view the scene. No wonder he is re-
ported to have suffered a nervous breakdown.
It is certain that Hitler would have paid al-
most any price in the loss of his own troops,
if he could only have taken Moscow. What
a feather it would have been in his cap. But
now, he must admit that little Napoleon went
further than he did. Napoleon had to walk
a great part of the way, but Napoleon, even if
he was later defeated by the Russian winter
and the scorched earth policy, at least took
Moscow.
Reports from other parts of the world this
past week were equally gratifying. France
showed a stiffening resistance to the Nazis
and in the Pacific, the United States forces,
after initial reverses suffered in that surprise
attack by the yellow Japs, dealt out some
severe blows in reprisal.
Nazi papers began to admit that a very
difficult situation faces them. And when the
Nazis admit an inch, we may take for granted
a mile.
There are doubtless many dark days
ahead. Jan Masaryk, son of the late President
of Czechoslovakia, said the other day: "Hitler
has been defeated, but the Allies have not won
yet." That about sums the situation upand
we must now address ourselves to winning
the victory.
An appeal for fairness in behalf of the
1,100,000 Italian. German and Japanese sub-
jects in the United States, was made by Mayor
La Guardia recently in his capacity as presi-
dent of the United States Conference of
Mayors. Cautioning against "hysterical" dis-
criminations or abuse of so-called enemy
aliens, the Mayor spoke of a number of in-
stances in which citizens and local organiza-
tions had taken the law into their own hands.
Instances of this nature are not only an
affront to our nation's program of civil liberties,
and very often a persecution of innocents who
are aliens in the technical sense alone, but a
factor in the creation of confusion and a
break of our national morale.
Adequate protection against enemy aliens
is being afforded through the Department of
Justice which is taking the necessary steps
toward the apprehension of those who would
prove dangerous to the welfare of the nation.
They have the facilities, the background and
the training for the job.
Proof that most of the aliens are loyal to
American institutions and ideals, has been
evidenced by the fact that less than one half
of one percent of the aliens have been taken
into custody. Not only are the great majority
of aliens in complete agreement with our form
of government but they remain among our
strongest and most consistent anti-Nazis. To
interfere with their lives and freedom would
not only be ill-advised and unfair, but would
constitute a blow to the democratic way of life,
which we are today protecting with our very
lives.
Let us heed the warning, then, and do our
best to avoid the hysteria and confusion
which would imperil liberty from within, with
the same clarity and courage with which we
are safeguarding it from without.
E
CITY WITHIN CITY
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
.i vast publicity and
campaign t<> last all '.'.inter, the
purpose of which will be to get
Dade County consumers in the
habit of demanding Dadi county
produce. The sale of home-grown
prducts at home will take a great
burden off the already over-
strained trucking and railroad fa-
cilities of this ana.
We are inaugurating a paper-
ing campaign in order that
our cellulose mills may produce
more of that material for muni-
tions, instead of for paper bags
and paper wrappings which are
so much less essi ntial, these days.
We are, in effect, putting the civ-
il population of our County on a
war footing as fast as we can. in
every department of civilian life
likely to be touched in any way
by the wareither now, or lat-
er." Mr. Hanks said.
The topic of the moment
blackoutswas discussed by Mr.
Hanks. He described the pres-
ent system in this and adjoin-
ing counties. In the event of a
real raid or a genuine menace by
the enemy in this region, there
will be a blast by all whistles and
sirens in the county, and an an-
nouncement of the danger on the
radio, which will be followed by
the pulling of power and light
switches at the power houses.
"We do not think," said Mr.
Hanks, "that this area is a likely
target for enemy actioneven if
the enemy is extravagant enough
of life and material to raid our
coasts at all. But we are ready
just in case"." Later, full
blackout instructions will be dis-
seminated in everybody in order
that blacking out may be done
in i ach individual house and
building. That will permit the
maintenance of the power supply
everywhereeven if Dade county
should some day have to black
nUt.
Mr. Hanks praised the people
is area. Dade County, he
said, was at the front of the list
I.) regions where Civil Di ti nse
steps had been taken ahead of the
war WAH RELIEF FUND
DADE RED CROSS
IS SET AT Sit
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
OF
BRITISH
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
makers and repairers, watch
makers, metal workers, machine
tool setters and operators, wire-
men and ships' electricians, sound
engineers, automobile mechan-
ics, ordnance and engine-room ar-
tificers.
Qualified men who are inter-
ested in enlisting in the corps
should inquire at their local Flo-
rida State Employment Bureau,
or write to the Regional office
of the Civilian Technical Corps
at the University of Miami, Cor-
al Gables, Florida.
Dade County Chapter headquar-
ters. 127 N. W. Second St.. in the
Fashion Mart Building. Largest
of these was the $10,000 check
from Commodore William K.
Vanderbilt. honorary chairman of
the Dade County War Relief
Fund Committee.
In addition, many memberships
in the Red Cross are still being
received, according to Mr. Holm-
er, who said that the 42.000 mem-
bership quota for Dade County
has not as yet been reached. Mr.
Holmer explained that many bus-
iness firms in the city sent in
their 100 per cent memberships
after the first of the year. Wal-
ter L. Harris. Roll Call chair-
man, expressed himself as confi-
dent that the quota would be
reached. The general business
division under Robert J. Marsh-
burn, was late getting organized,
Mr. Harris explained, and sub-
chairmen throughout the Great-
er Miami area are just now
starting their campaign.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY, JANUARY 18TH
-TTDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tftiictfy eorvfcdential
Istanbul (WNS)In an attempt
to divert public attention from
the unfavorable news from the
Russian front. Rumanian author-
ities have renewed their anti-
Jewish drive, arresting more
than 300 prominent Jewish people
in Bucharest alone, it was learned
here. Among the seized Jews
was Rabbi Hirsch, leading spir-
itual figure.
__--------------------By PHINEAS J. BIRON---------------------_
WAR ECHOES
Now that General Chiang Kai-shek's forces have become an
important military factor in our war against the Axis, we'd like
to remind you that credit for the organization of the first Chinese
army, back in the 1920's goes to one General Ma-Ma, who was
born Maurice A Cohen in England nearly 55 years ago ... The
General who is also known as Cohen Moishe in the Near East
is regarded by the Japanese as one of their most dangerous
enemies ... In Tel Aviv, reports the Palestine Post, a local hen
recently became the chief topic of conversation Th patriotic
pullet laid an egg on the shell of which the letter V, six by two
millimeters in size, protruded in relief as an omen of Victory ...
Which reminds us to tell you that, war or no war, automobile tret
fie has become so voluminous in Tel Aviv that you have to be
a conjurer to find parking space on the main streets during
business hours The New York Daily News can be proud
indeed of its radio editor, Ben Gross ... A full week before
the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor he predicted that the Japs
would make such a move while peace negotiations were still
going on Down on Forty-Second Street they've taken to
calling that trio of Axis-wielders the Hirohitlers .
ECHOES OF THE CONFLICT
We'll give you three guesses as to whom New York's Mayor
La Guardia meant when he recently spoke of "that poor de-
luded fanatic who actually believes that he is a good Ersatz for
the Almighty" Those Nazi agents who recently were con-
victed in Brooklyn are said to be guite unworried They're
expecting the German army to rescue them any minute ... At
the same time we hear that Dannemorra Prison jailbird Fritz
Kuhn is being kept apart from his fellow convicts, to protect him
from their indignation ... A Congressman who wasn't going to
let anything interfere with his duty of voting for war against the
Axis is Representative Samuel A. Weiss of Glassport, Pa., who
is a member of the National B'nai B'rith Defense Committee ..,
Weiss happened to be in Pittsburgh when the declaration of war
against Germany and Italy suddenly became imminent .
Unable to get transportation on the regular commercial air-
lines, Weiss and Congressman Scanlon, a fellow Pennsyl-
vanian, chartered a private plane at a cost of S500and
reached Washington in time to vote "Aye" on that historic
resolution The reason why some isolationists still refuse to
eat their words, cracks Winchell, is that they know said words
are pure poison .
HISTORY DEPARTMENT
Did you ever hear of Theodore Dehone Judah? Well,
neither did we until we read George Stewart's "Storm," a cur-
rent Book-of-the-Month Since then we've discovered that
Judah, whom we presume to have been Jewish, planned and
built the Niagra Gorge Railroad in the middle of the last cen-
tury, and then became the chief promoter of a railroad across
the Sierra Nevada and to the East ... It was Judah who gained
the backing of Leland Stanford and others for the project, got
Federal support and discovered the route that is used by the
railroad to this day ... He commenced construction in 1862, but
died the next year, while still in his thirties And through all
those years he has been forgotten, and the credit for his
achievement has gone to others .
NOTES ON JEWISH LORE
Newsman Boake Carter tells us that he has in recent years
learned Hebrew, because he feels that only by a study of the
original Hebrew Bible will it be possible to learn the secret of
how true and lasting peace is to be established on this earth.
He is a member of a committee of three who are making pos-
sible the publication of a bilingual Bible, Hebrew and English,
which goes back to the original Scriptural documents as com-
piled by a scholar named Moses Guibbory "The Bible in
the Hands of Its Creators" is the title of Guibbory's work, which
is expected to be completed some time next year Marc
Chagall, the great Jewish artist whom France in the B. P. D. Q-
(Before the Petain-Darlan Quackery) era hailed as one of her
outstanding painters, is now in this country, and the art con-
noisseurs and art magazines are forming a line at his door
The curious thing about this is that Chagall is interested in
Jewish subjects primarily, has illustrated a number of Yiddish
books, and for the last ten years has been working on illustra-
tions for the Bible-yet the Jewish press has virtually ignored
him, and Jewish artists, who should have been the first to
greet him, haven't given him a tumble .
ABOUT PEOPLE
That you can't keep a good man down is illustrated by the
military career of Ex-Hollywoodite Garson Kanin Just a few
months ago he was but a private in the draft armyand now
he has been assigned by his Uncle Sam to direct a film on the
fall of France Versatility is the middle name of Ludwig Staz,
the famous Yiddish actor ... He has suddenly blossomed forth
as a painter, and an exhibition of his works has just been held
in the auditorium of the Grand Street Boy's Association
Carnegie Hall, that austere temple of serious music, is featuring
a harmonica recital by Larry Adler this weekend ... The most
learned Jewish woman of the Talmudic era, we see from a
recent publication of the Jewish Book ClubTrude W. Rosa-
marin's "Jewish Women Throughout the Ages"was fW
Shalom, daughter of Simon Ben Gamaliel, and wife of Rabbi
Eliezer Ben Hyrcanus. a famous scholar And, believe it ot
not, Rabbi Eliezer -prompted by jealousy, our femine readers no
doubt will insistbecause a bitter opponent of education tor
women, making such pronouncements as "Better the Torah were
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
15M Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
* Jew!st fkridton
Zionist Sabbath Services
On Friday evening. December
26th at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will lecture on the subject
"You and Your Shadow." on Zi-
onist Night. Cantor Josef S.
Lengycl will officiate with the
assistance of the Center choir,
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
WashinKton Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MKSCHELOPF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE9. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
1263 S. W. 21st Terrace
Friday Night Forum
"Flag Wavers" will be Rabbi
Mescheloffs subject this Friday
night. Cantor Mamches will lead
in the singing. To be sure of
getting a seat come early. Doors
open at 7:30 p. m. Service starts
at 8:30 p. m., closes at 9:30 p. m.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Only By Having Your Own
Family Plot Can You Pro-
perly Protect Your Family
Maybe you feel that you have already pro-
vided adequate burial protection for your fam-
ily by paying dues to some organization
which offers burial space
But such organization usually scatters fam-
ilies in different cemeteries instead of keeping
them together in one place
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic
sights. Families completely torn apart, scat-
tered among strangers all because the head
of the family THOUGHT he had provided
properly
The only sure way to keep the entire family
together forever, is by having your own private
family plot. And having your plot in Mount
Nebo assures you of this protection in the finest-
surroundings at a reasonable cost.
Only a small down payment is required for
each grave desired. You are then the complete
owner of a beautiful plot at the entrance to
Mount Nebo. No further dues to pay.
No matter how long you have been a mem-
ber of an organization no matter how much
you have paid in dues it would still be wiser
to get a family plot directly from Mount Nebo.
This is the only sure way you can prevent your
loved ones from being scattered.
OINT NEBO
CEMETERY
FLORIDA'S FINEST FAMILY PLOT CEMETERY
Ten Minutes from the Heart of Miami
OFFICE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
5-4781 -PHONES- 5-4782
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6966 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 Latiorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Cengregation)
135 N\ W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-S172
Rahbl Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him nn matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems, you will be assured sym-
pathetlc hearing and advice, and.
needless to ^ay. each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, Dec. 26th. at
8:15 o'clock in observance of our
congregation's celebration of Dr.
an's birthday. Dr. Jacob H.
Kaplan will preach on the sub-
"The Answer "Bespeaks the
' Character." Services conducted
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
The birthday reception, in honor
of Dr. Kaplan, will be held in
Kaplan Hall following the ser-
vices.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, Dec. 27th at
1 11:00 o'clock, congregational par-
ticipation, Torah reading, and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion
' in a scrmoncttc by Rabbi Zwit-
' man.
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon in-
vite you to attend the bar mitz-
vah celebration of their son. Ger-
1 aid, to be held at the Temple
services this Saturday morning
; at 11 o'clock.
University Students' Dance
This annual affair will be held
December 29 at 8:30 p. m.. in
Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel.
Temple Calendar
Monday morning. Dec. 29. Sis-
terhood Braille project at 10:00
' o'clock in Temple board room.
' Philip Weinstein. chairman.
Monday evening. Dec. 29. an-
, nual University Homecoming
Dance at 8:30 o'clock in Kaplan
| Hall.
Tuesday all day. Dec. 30th.
Temple Israel Sisterhood Red
Cross sewing group. Mrs. Sam-
uel Katz. chairman.
Wednesday all day. Dec. 31st.
Sisterhood Bazaar sewing group.
Reception for Dr. Kaplan
The annual celebration of Dr.
Kaplan's birthday will take place
at the services on Friday evening,
and at the reception in Kaplan
Hall following the services. The
reception is under the sponsor-
', ship of the Temple Israel Sis-
terhood, with Mrs. Frank A.
Per!man as chairman: Mrs. Mor.
ris Plant, co-chairman, and Mrs
Harry Nevins, Mrs. Herbert A.
Simon, Mrs. Adolph Wertheimcr.
1 and Mrs. Louis Zeicntz as mem-
bers of the committee. Mem-
bers of the congregation and
their families are cordially invit-
ed to attend this service and re-
1 ccption in honor of Dr. Kaplan.
Temple Notes
Two events in our Temple dur-
ing the past week have received
j exceptional commendation from
1 members and worshipers present.
| who believed these events out-
j standing and memorable. The
first was the Chanuka service
and celebration in honor of new
1 members last Friday evening,
and the second was the Chanuka
, plav of the Religious School, pre-
sented last Sunday morning.
Members of our congregation
' who have missed these spint-
: ual treats are advised to take
greater interest, and to atttend
'future Temple functions and ser-
vices.
In Memonam
May the Father of Peace send
to all who mourn and
comfort the bereaved among us.
the services this Friday
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________ 7:30 a.m.
Evening Services _____ 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning........__ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning ...... 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily........3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALKK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-082S
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls_________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon_________8:00 a. m.
Mincha___________ 5:30 p m
Maariv_________________6:00 p. m.
Mrs. Louis Margulics Reporting for Beth
David Conareyatto* and Sisterhood
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the services Cantor
Henry Marbcin assisted by a
mixed choir will chant the mel-
odies. Rabbi Shapiro will dis-
cuss the subject, "Palestine Af-
ter the War!''
An oneg shabbos immediately'
after the services arranged by
Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Sheinberg
in honor of their son, Peretz's,
birthday.
Bar Mitzvah
During the services this Satur-
day morning. Sol. the son of Mrs.
Minnie Schneider, will become
bar mitzvah. An invitation is
extended to all worshipers to at-
tend the reception immediately
after the services.
Federation Campaign
We urge our members and
friends to volunteer their service
in behalf of the Federation Cam-
paign and respond to its call.
Particularly should our members
be interested in view of the fact
that our Congregation is a con-
stituent agency and our Talmud
Torah is a participating agency.
Cultural Group
Group of Jewish studies will
hold its cultural meeting this
Monday evening, December 29th.
At 7:30 the "Kohol" group under
the direction of Cantor Henry
Marbein. at 8:30 Conversational
Hebrew by Louis Gadon and at
9:30 a course in Hebraic Civiliza-
tion conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro.
Home Studies Group
Members and friends of Beth
David who desire to form infor-
mal "Informal Cultural" groups
at different homes for the pur-
pose of discussion, are advised
that the Rabbi will be more than
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
Pro Patria
There are many ways in which
we can contribute our share to-
wards the defense and security
of our beloved United States,
none more urgent and effective
than the purchase of Dei
Bonds and Stamps. We urge this
not alone as a patriotic duty but
also as a religious obligation.
Orthodox Fellowship
The first meeting of the cur-
rent season will be held on Mon-
day night. Dec. 29th. at 8 p. m.
in the auditorium of the new
synagogue. Mr. John C. Temple
will preside.
Sabbath Sermon
In conjunction with the city-
wide observance. Rabbi Abraham
Kellner will preach this coming
Sabbath morning on a"From Pal-
estine and Back."
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Tom Mey-
ers will be observed in the syn-
agogue during the Sabbath
morning service and his parents
take this means of inviting all
their friends to the celebration.
In the Synagogue
Rabbi Kellner conducts a class
in prophets daily and a half an
hour before Mincha and discusses
customs and ceremonies between
the Mincha and Maariv services.
Sunday School
A splendid and entertaining
program was presented in the
Sunday School in honor of Chan-
uka last Sunday. Class VII of
Mrs. Louis Katz excelled with
the presentation of two playlets.
Mazel Tov
Sincere and heartfelt congratu-
lations to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Kimmel who were united in holy
wedlock by Rabbi Kellner last
week.
Congratulations
We are happy to extend sincere
Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and
Mrs. S. Krebs upon the birth of
their grandson.
peace
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1941
IS
UPSET FACTOR AT
TROPICAL PARK
horses available to make such lj
contests one of the features of
the 21-day session.
i
The double attraction on Sat-
y wm preceded on Christ-
moon by the same I
of a program when the six fur-
: Pudding Purst en
as a sec odary teatun
lions .-.dicate a field of aboul
r let a; thai
--------- appeared in the Inaugural
- "'" '' r marred the _.y make for an ex-j
tht 21 day winter Bes- the poa
: .:- dr.".-. s ?.:.:.:.~ .-.- ... -. -.::'._ r-:.: re- j
- Part n Satur- .' t of a fast track.
'"red W:th horsemen becoming p. rl
at thi car.-, stood r.rs m ^p Coral Gables van-
up remarkably well Entriej ^xnutdihegf m troubk ironed
thus ve shown ar. a'r-r.s- _. .. woum ;. .::- thai _-.:.. fair
orse* on l ther is needed to
. 'to run. wil :e SUCcess. :-.
- "ed list alreadj mes so td m t
I :.-. ...y xm DespiU B ..."....--.
: recasts and predictions by pes- a bright sui .._.-
simistk ." s. Troj ,r r_ mutiny on
Park mutuel ead I r. .-,. weather,
last year s pla; __________________
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
WillUm
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Bcxermaa
Japan. whispering campaigns
have been intensified about the
Jews' responsibility for the war.
Jews do the talking. Christian
bovs do the fighting'thus the
propaganda line runs. Needless
to say. the fact that at least five
n the senice per-
ished in the first assault on
Hawaii is never mentioned. Few
our our Jewish people realize
We can do a more constructive
job. But only is in the first in-
even Jew arms himself
the truth about himself.
SelfH ducation should be the first
law of nature. Only after we
have educated ourselves can we
. go out to teach others.
Gut Shabbos!
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Words of Truth
Word.- 1:' truth .-.-....mes cir-
culate far and wide. Some til
ago this column contained a :
paragraphi relating to the:'.
that Jews c::-. -. r. 1
American press. We preser."
the real :'ac:s.
Out m California a lib" ral Pro-
mt minister. Dr. Keith L
Brooks, happened to see a c
of T.' Ji ish Floridian ai
struck by our
vspaper controL He protnpt-
reprii I it in Pro-
phecj M nthly the ::.. ial pub-
of the American Pr-
goes t
Protestants throuj at tl un-

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that thi I :......
7 London Arms Hotel Din-
ing Room located at 727 Collins
Ave. and under the management
of B H. London, held its formal
ing Dec. 16th with a Chan-
iika ebration in which the
spiritual and lay leaders of the
. mmunity participated. More
than 200 people were present at
th< tinner.
- Eve. the London
Arms will feature a special ban-
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: Reservations may
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JEWISH WAR VETS
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the Ke; W st. This u ed by refuting f^.-- -
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secrets Miss Ingalli '. rrr.ed'
' from her associate- And
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about su. .- as Mi-
an.. wh< n f.-.e had access to vital
' information.
For the purpose of record.
;id be : red that it;
.-^registered Ger-
man agent who spoke be' 1
America Pirsl croups throughout i
1 country and who said as n
November 11: "
ntry is in the hands of alien 1
forces! and you kr. whom I
It's an inter- I
I thing." Fortunately, Miss Ing-
a'.ls may have a long time r
; in which to think over that kind '
at Ratzi talk.
A Constructive Job
"If I were a Jew I would spend
I my time trying to do as good a
job on the constructive side for
my people as Hitler is doing on
the destructive side- against you"'.
That was the friendly advice of
a non-Jewish public officia
week to a Jewish social service
worker. Just what occasioned
this'
Well, ever since the attack by
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ing victory" program" calling for
the enlistment of the 250.000
American Jewish War Veterans
in war service, sale of $250,000.-
000 in defense bonds and pur-
chase of six pursuit planes for the
Government has been decided
upon by the Jewish War Veterans
of the United States, it was an-
nounced here by National Com-
mander Benjamin Kaufman,
holder of the Congressional
Medal of Honor, following a
special meeting of the organiza-
tion's national executive com-
mittee.
Plans for the three drives were
outlined in a series of "emer-
gency orders" sent from J.W.V.
national headquarters to its 250
posts throughout the country
and to county, state and regional
commanders.
At the same time, the J.W.V.
made public a proclamation to its
members calling on them to sub-
ordinate all activities to "one
dutyto serve our country for
victory." Commander Kaufman
declared in a statement that "for
the duration of the war. every
member of the Jewish War V
erans must serve in the cause of
American victory, and any mem-
ber who does not has no place in
our organization."
Annual Homecoming Univer-
sity Dance honoring University
students and sponsored by
Temple Israel Sisterhood will
take place Monday, at 8:30 p. m.
at Kaplan Hall. 137 N. E. 19th
Street. Sponsors of the affair
are Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beck-
witt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. E. Bron-
ston. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein.
Mr ar.d Mrs J. Gerald Lewis.
Mr ar.d Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr and
Mrs. Irving Greenfield. Mr. and
Mrs Maxwell Hyman. Mr. and
Mrs Harry Rubin. Mr. and Ml ,
Monte Selig. Mr. and Mrs. A A.
L'ngar and Mr. and Mrs. Her:
Wall.
Invited guests by the commit-
tee for this dance are Dr. and
Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe. Miss Man-
dean of women at the
University of Miami: Mr. Foster
Alter, dean of men at the Uni-
versity of Miami. Dr. and Mrs.
Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi and
Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman.
I of the committee for
- dance include Mrs Gordon
Davis. Mn Adolph Wertheimer.
Mrs Morris Plant, Mrs. Louis
Zeientz and Mrs. Isaac L<.- In,
chairman.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941
* hnisl fkridicin
B'nai B'rith
Notes
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
The most outstanding installa-
tion banquet in the long history
of Sholem Lodge. That, I believe,
is the opinion of everyone who
attended Sunday night at the
Evans Hotel. First, the dining
room doors were opened at 7:15
and the first course actually was
served at 7:30. With this aus-
picious beginning brevity be-
came the keynote. The entire
program, exclusive of the main
speaker, took 25 minutes. The
food was excellent. As for the
guest speaker, well, words fail
me. In previous columns I stat-
ed that he was the outstanding
Jewish orator in the world. The
300 guests who filled the ban-
quet hall concurred in toto. Dr.
Sachar was magnificent. His
beautiful flow of words, his in-
tellectual thoughts, his enthusi-
asm, his humor, were beyond
expression. I deeply regret that
10.000 Jews in this area could not
have heard him.
Rabbi Max Shapiro was mas-
ter of ceremonies and was truly
in fine fettle. As one lady next
to me remarked "Don't you just
love him?" The invocation was
given by Dr. Jacob Kaplan, fol-
lowed by remarks from Abe
Aronovitz, our outgoing presi-
dent, and Burnett Roth our in-
coming pres., Jennie Rotfort, the
out going and incoming Aux.
pres.. "the briefest installation
in Miami history" (as the Rabbi
put it) by Ike Levin, presentation
of a scroll by Ike to Abe. and
the benediction by Rabbi Ben.
sion.
It was good to see with us
again Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and
we trust we will be able to see
more of her.
The thanks of the Lodge go
to Sam Silver, Sadye Rose and
their respective committees from
the Lodge and Aux. for putting
on this fine affair.
The banquet marked many
celebrations in addition to the
installation. Dave Catsman and
Lou Kraft had birthday anniver-
saries and our congratulations
are extended to them. Then
again, Sunday night marked the
last night of Chanuka. To top
it all, a bundle from heaven, a
7 lb. plus boy David Brian by
name, was born unto Elsie and
John Kronenfeld. Mazel tov.
Incidentally, Elsie is a member
of the Weinklc clan which make
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
PAGE SEVEN
great grandparents (or the first
time I believe.
After the banquet dancing was
held in the ballroom. I think this
marks the first time that SO many
people actually danced. Every-
one apparently had enjoyed Dr.
Sachar's talk so well that they
felt exhuberant.
This column has but a few
lines to run and so I cannot tell
in detail the message of Dr. Sa-
char. Summarizing he stated
that there are five responsibilities
in Judaism today: to bring about
unity in Judaism, to financially
salvage our brethren abroad and
aid Palestine, to support the
Anti-Di tarnation League in its
tremendous work, to give our
youth proper guidance and to
meet the challenge to progress.
He said that ultimate victory
in our present world conflict
was assured and that it was]
merely a question of time and of!,
how much saerifiee. After that
ultimate victory the world and
particularly world Jewry will
look to America for its leader-
ship.
Next week it shall be my plea-
sure to attend and represent the
Supreme Advisory Council of
A. Z. A. at the first Florida Re-
gional convention to be held in
Jacksonville. In my absence
your correspondent will be our
new president, Burnett Roth,
under whose guidance I know
Sholem Lodge will continue to
prosper.
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
A Plea for Your Boy
By MAURICE GROSSMAN
Executive Director, Y. M. H. A.
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which preceded store distribution
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Preferences were determined on
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The crisp perfection of Tarn
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Over a period of years, thousands
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burned than to be studied by
women," and "Women's place-
is at the spinning wheel" .
WEEKLY GIGGLE
Harry Hcrshfield relays the
one about the American pilot in
the R.A.F. who was ordered to
fly over Berlin and drop leaf-
lets over the city ... He didn't
return for a week, and when he
finally did get back he was
called before his commanding
officer to explain his absence
. "Oh, did you want me to
DROP them? exclaimed the Yank
. "What I did was to land in
Berlin and shove them under
people's doors'' And now we
must tell you of another inci-
dent, which a salesman friend
of ours vows actually oecurcd
... He had just concluded a deal
a non-Jewish client, and
the two of them were celebrating
with a couple of drinks ... No
sooner had the customer downci
a brace of Scotches, however,
than he began to cast aspersions
upon the Jews "Nothing per-
sonal, you understand," he hic-
cupped, "but I don't trust Jews
. They're too smart for us" .
Realizing that the man was half
seas over, our friend restrained
himself and merely answered:
"You mustn't think that Jews
are just the same as other people,
neither smarter nor clumber" .
Whereupon the inebriated one
retorted: "Whaddya mean,
they're no smarter'.' Why.
when we were sitting up in trees
cracking nuts with our bare
paws the Jews came along and
sold us nutcrackers" .
In the past two weeks, many I "I am a Jewish refugee from
men in^ the service have visited Austria, only one year in this
the "Y" and every one that en- \ country, honorable member of
tend our doors received a cor- B'nai B'rith Lodge, Ashland,
dial welcome and excellent hos-' Kentucky, serving in the U. S.
Pllalltv- I Army since July. 1941. As I
Some time ago through my I have no relatives in this country,
efforts, an Army and Navy com-' I am depending on your help to
mittee of Greater Miami was or-j enjoy a few days' furlough."
ganized. This committee is com-! This is one of many letters that
posed of representatives of every i the "Y" receives daily from the
Jewish organization whose duty men in the service throughout the
it is to provide home hospitality; country. No one has been
(or men in the service. In addi- j turned down. Thanks to the
tion, this committee, through I good people of Miami, we have
the 'Y'. has given gilts to many found a place for every young
selectees and draftees who have man who came to the "Y" and
left for camp. Whenever a I asked for hospitality,
group of Jewish boys is leaving I I appeal to all Jewish men and
for camp, you will find me at women in Greater Miami and
the station distributing small particularly to the leaders of the
gifts as tokens of appreciation various organizations. All of us
from the community. cannot enlist in the Army; all of
Unfortunately, many members us cannot buy Defense Bonds:
of the community have been in- a" of uS cannot volunteer for
different toward these men. We emergency work, but all of us
hear them talk time and again
that they want to do something
for defense and when confronted
with the situation, graciously de-
cline to do anything.
We have had men in uniform
come to the "Y" who have in-
formed us that they have been
to various organizations and var-
ious meetings of Jewish people
in this area and no one has asked
them or invited them for a meal
or inquired whether they have
can give a soldier a meal.
I appeal to you again not to
ignore or be indifferent to a
man in uniform when he comes
to you. This applies particularly
to organization leaders. Ask him
if he has eaten, if he has a place
in sleep, then refer him to the
"Y" where he will be awaited
with open arms.
Remember, you may have a
boy who is in the service in
some other state and you may
want some mother or father to
a place to stay. One soldier has act toward your boy in a simi-
JewUh Federation Campaign
Starts January 18th
JEWISH CENTER ACQUIRES
CEMETERY ON W. FLAGLER
Out of respect to Jewish tra-
ditional usage and out of sympa-
thetic consideration for the feel-
ings of their members, seathold-
ers and friends, the Miami Beach
Jewish Center has announced the
acquisition of the Mount Nebo
Cemetery situated in the Flagler
Memorial Park.
"Mount Nebo is located in the
heart of Miami at West Flagler
St. and 54th Avenue amidst beau-
tiful and comforting surround-
ings and an atmosphere of dig-
nity." stated M. H. Frankel. pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center. "Its ministration is in
harmony with Jewish traditional
practice and adjusted to respond
to all conveniences of modernity."
He further stated that Mount
Nebo was set out and beautified
by expert landscape artists and
adequate provision has been
made for perpetual care.
"Le'zichran Olam." for a per-
petual memorial, is a phrase
long cherished by Jewish hearts,"
stated Dr. Samuel Bension. spir-
itual head of the Center. "It is
the underlying sentiment in which
are rooted our ceremonial Yiz-
kors and Yahrzeits. It is the sen-
timent accounting for the loving
care which we Jews from the
days of old bestowed upon the
earthly remains of our beloved
deceased. As the Talmud puts it
honor thy father and mother,
honor them in their lifetime and
revere them after they have
passed away." With this in mind,
the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter has taken this step in acquir-
ing Mount Nebo and intends to
develop it. It will serve as a
Jewish memorial park in the fin-
est sense of the word enabling the
perpetual memorial to be kept in
the true spirit of Le'Zichron
Olam."
told us of an instance where he
visited a certain organization
and not one asked him if he had
a place In stay or whether he had
eaten, but they did ask him to
move a piano. Such an event
would be humorous if the situa-
tion were nut so tragic.
We have at the Y. M. H. A. a
list of over one hundred fifty
people, the outstanding Jewish
citizens in this area, who have
signified their willingness to en-
tertain and give hospitality to a
soldier. All you have to do is
send any man in uniform to the
"Y" and wc shall be glad to
provide hospitality for him.
The other day we received a
letter from a soldier in Georgia
in which he states that he is
coming to Miami and has no
funds and asks us for home hos-
pitality. He says in his letter.
lar manner. Don't forget and
be hospitable to these boysthat
is the least you can do.
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MIAMI
JEWISH
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CENTER
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assisted by Mis* Edith Freeman.
On Saturday morning Rabbi Ben-
sion will speak on the Scriptural |
portion. Oneg Shabbe* will be |
at 5 p. m. following the in- |
struction In the prophetic texts
by Mr. Gershon. Children are
urged to attend at 1030 a. m.
> services are held regularly
as follows Mornings at 7 and 8j
ns at 5 and eve-
nings at 5:30 o'clock
President Frankel's Dinner
The board of governors an-
incsj that the dinn r in honor
of M H. Frankel president of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
isi for Sunday evening,
rj 22nd. 1942. at the Gros-
ser Hotel The arrangi ments
. n ttee includes Lee Robin-
sor eh) ..... Hyman B<
Herman Berk. Dr. J J. Falk and
Stoller
Sisterhood Announces Plans
The Sist I rd st its
meeting last Thursdaj evening.
sided over by Mrs Isid
Newman i tui ...-. d ntati> i ly
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Bar Mitxrah
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fagenson
announce the celebration of their
son's becoming a bar mitzvah this
Saturday morning. Morris will
be instructed by our Rabbi after
he delivers his bar mitzvah ad-
dress. Refreshments will be
served after the services
Parent-Teachers Meeting
Over sixty new members en-
rolled in our Parent-Teachers'
ting last Sunday night dur-
ing the Religious School enter-
tainment. Out P. T. A. will hold
. ting next M< nday
r 29th ". SO i clock at
the synag gin Mrs S Steinberg
l de. Everyone is invil
Red Cross Sewing Unit
Our R d Cross m k ng unit bt -
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last Tuesday. It meets every
M nday Tuesday, Wednesday
Evt ry< ru is in-
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me the loan of addil
sewing machines Men are invit-
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divisit n
Scouts
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New Year's Ere to be Gala Erent
Al Berkowitz. chairman of the
New Year's Eve committee, an-
nounces that all preparai
have been completed for a gala
evening on New Year's Eve.
Wednesday, December 3lst.
A- previously announced, the
event will take place at the
Evans Hotel. A delicious dinner
will be served in the dining
at 11:30 and after dinner
,vd will march into the
i ballroom where a beautiful
Broadway Review will
ce. Dancing will follow until
wee hours. The tariff is
S3.50 per person and includes
| dinner, show, dancing, souvenirs.
favors, and so forth.
Reservations are limited so
ike up your party and phone
Maurice Grossman at the Y'
iately for your reserva-
In commenting on this affair.
Al BerkowiU said. "I want to
assure all my friends that this
will be an outstanding affair.
There will be no crowding in
lining room because we are
n servations. There
will b< ami '- room for everyone.
all my friends to get up
parties and phone thi V for
...:. n."
Philip Wylie Speaks at the "Y"
January 14th
The Y" is very fortunate in
ing able to secure Philip
Wj i well-known writer, to
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January 14th. Mr. Wylii
taking an active pan in
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ssag '.ill be timely and
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evening the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Herman
Whitelow. father of Mrs. Mil-
ton E. Sternberg and Mrs. Sam-
uel C. Brophy: Jerold Elmer
Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alla-
dor Wise
Yahrzeits: Julius Kahn. fath-
er of Albert L. Kahn: Fanny Tar-
adash. mother of William Tara-
dash: Edward Morton, brother
of Mrs. Ida Miller: Leopold Ack-
erman. father of Leo Ackerman
and Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter;
Emma Stein, mother of Mrs.
Isaac Kaufman: Norman D.
:'reen. brother of Mrs. M. L.
Marcus.
MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
interesting. Reserve this date
on your calendar.
Maurice Samuels at the "Y" on
March 5th
Maurice Samuels, well-known
lecturer and writer and one of
the outstanding Jewish scholars
of the day. will lecture at the
Y" or. Thursday. March 5th.
Mi re details later.
"Y" To Hold Dance for Serrice
Men Saturday Night
Ad. for si rvice men will
be held at the "Y" this Saturday
night. D- 27th. at 9
o'clock. Maurice Grossman, ex-
itive director, requests all
ladies of the age of 18 and over
to come to the "Y" and act as
Sti .-.- .- to the men in uni-
form. This is our opportunity
to be of service and all girls of
the above ages are requested to
come here Saturday night and
dance with the soldiers.
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happy to start such groups if
contacted. The initiative must
be taken by the individual to
form these groups.
In Memorium
The following names of beloved
ones who are inscribed in our
Book of Life, and whose Yahr-
zeiten occur this coming week,
will be mentioned from the pul-
pit during the services Friday
night: Malkah Leah, mother of
Meyer and Sidney Rauzin; Avro-
hom. brother of J. Seigel; Lora
Kort. sister of Helen Panek. and
Yishayohu. father of Morris
Baine.
Condolences
We pray to the Almighty that
He assuage the pain of the fam-
ily of the late Charles Green-
berg, a member of our Congrega-
tion. May his soul deservingly
repose in eternal life.
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PAGE FOUR JmlsiifkfkUan FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet, Managing Editor ~S U B SCR I P T I O N One Year, $2.00 Six Months. SI.00 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1941 VOLUME 14 NUMBER 52 BLITZES IN REVERSE APPEAL FOR CAUTION A rabbi has pointed out that the grand Hitler retreat in Russia began during the week when Jews light their little Chanuka candles, in memory of the heroic resistance of the Maccabeans to the evil forces of ancient times. Whether the hand of God is in it or not, certainly the newest Hitler blitz in reverse is very gratifying. We may imagine with what agony Hitler must view the scene. No wonder he is reported to have suffered a nervous breakdown. It is certain that Hitler would have paid almost any price in the loss of his own troops, if he could only have taken Moscow. What a feather it would have been in his cap. But now, he must admit that little Napoleon went further than he did. Napoleon had to walk a great part of the way, but Napoleon, even if he was later defeated by the Russian winter and the scorched earth policy, at least took Moscow. Reports from other parts of the world this past week were equally gratifying. France showed a stiffening resistance to the Nazis and in the Pacific, the United States forces, after initial reverses suffered in that surprise attack by the yellow Japs, dealt out some severe blows in reprisal. Nazi papers began to admit that a very difficult situation faces them. And when the Nazis admit an inch, we may take for granted a mile. There are doubtless many dark days ahead. Jan Masaryk, son of the late President of Czechoslovakia, said the other day: "Hitler has been defeated, but the Allies have not won yet." That about sums the situation up—and we must now address ourselves to winning the victory. An appeal for fairness in behalf of the 1,100,000 Italian. German and Japanese subjects in the United States, was made by Mayor La Guardia recently in his capacity as president of the United States Conference of Mayors. Cautioning against "hysterical" discriminations or abuse of so-called enemy aliens, the Mayor spoke of a number of instances in which citizens and local organizations had taken the law into their own hands. Instances of this nature are not only an affront to our nation's program of civil liberties, and very often a persecution of innocents who are aliens in the technical sense alone, but a factor in the creation of confusion and a break of our national morale. Adequate protection against enemy aliens is being afforded through the Department of Justice which is taking the necessary steps toward the apprehension of those who would prove dangerous to the welfare of the nation. They have the facilities, the background and the training for the job. Proof that most of the aliens are loyal to American institutions and ideals, has been evidenced by the fact that less than one half of one percent of the aliens have been taken into custody. Not only are the great majority of aliens in complete agreement with our form of government but they remain among our strongest and most consistent anti-Nazis. To interfere with their lives and freedom would not only be ill-advised and unfair, but would constitute a blow to the democratic way of life, which we are today protecting with our very lives. Let us heed the warning, then, and do our best to avoid the hysteria and confusion which would imperil liberty from within, with the same clarity and courage with which we are safeguarding it from without. E CITY WITHIN CITY (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) .i vast publicity and campaign t<> last all '.'.inter, the purpose of which will be to get Dade County consumers in the habit of demanding Dadi county produce. The sale of home-grown prducts at home will take a great burden off the already overstrained trucking and railroad facilities of this ana. We are inaugurating a papering campaign in order that our cellulose mills may produce more of that material for munitions, instead of for paper bags and paper wrappings which are so much less essi ntial, these days. We are, in effect, putting the civil population of our County on a war footing as fast as we can. in every department of civilian life likely to be touched in any way by the war—either now, or later." Mr. Hanks said. The topic of the moment — blackouts—was discussed by Mr. Hanks. He described the present system in this and adjoining counties. In the event of a real raid or a genuine menace by the enemy in this region, there will be a blast by all whistles and sirens in the county, and an announcement of the danger on the radio, which will be followed by the pulling of power and light switches at the power houses. "We do not think," said Mr. Hanks, "that this area is a likely target for enemy action—even if the enemy is extravagant enough of life and material to raid our coasts at all. But we are ready — just in case"." Later, full blackout instructions will be disseminated in everybody in order that blacking out may be done in i ach individual house and building. That will permit the maintenance of the power supply everywhere—even if Dade county should some day have to black nUt. Mr. Hanks praised the people %  • is area. Dade County, he said, was at the front of the list I.) regions where Civil Di ti nse steps had been taken ahead of the war


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%  I ^Jewish Florid tin ^ COMBIN G Tlhe JhBwislh HJinMty VOLUME 14—No. 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26, 194 PRICE 10 CENTS STATE OF FLORIDA IOSE ITURBI IS INVITED TO LEAD PALESTINE MUSICIANS l' JEWISH LEADER Sarasota, Fla.—Florida, through the United Daughters of the Confederacy, will dedicate a monument here January 22 to Judah P. Benjamin, holder of three Confederate cabinet offices who fled through Florida after the fall of Richmond, it was announced by Mrs. Mary Brownell, chairwoman in charge of arrangements. Schools and business establishments are planning to close that day while Gov. Spessard L. Holland comes here to officiate at the ceremonies for the distinguished Jewish statesman. The Florida State Federation of B'nai B'rith, which is contributing S200 toward the cost of the memorial, will participate in the exercises January 22 while B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliaries throughout the state will devote their January cultural programs to a study of Benjamin's life. When members of the fleeing Confederate cabinet and President Jefferson Davis separated near Washington, Ga., on May 3rd. 1865, Benjamin continued down through Georgia and the west coast of Florida disguised as a farmer in search of land on which to settle, riding in a buggy. Meanwhile, Davis headed for Texas. Eventually. Benjamin, who had been successively attorney-general, secretary of .war. and secretary of state to Davis, found a welcome and temporary refuge in the Gamble mansion near Bradenton until arrangements could be made for him to sail from Sarasota to Bimini. then to Cuba, and finally. England. The marker to be unveiled here in January will designate the point near which Benjamin narrowly escaped capture at the hands of pursuing Federal troops and set sail for foreign shores. Rochester (WNS)—Jose Iturbi, conductor of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, disclosed this week that he had been invited to direct the Palestine Symphony Orchestra next May and June in Jerusalem. While not committing himself, the conductor said that the invitation appealed to him. According to the invitation, received from Rabbi Isidor Levy, chairman of the Palestine Symphony directors, transportation of Mr. Iturbi to Palestine "will be no problem as our British friends have graciously offered to ferry you there in a Royal Air Force bomber." Mr. Iturbi was assured that his concerts would not be canceled because of air raids. Rabbi Levy's invitation pointed out that "Jerusalem has the largest most luxurious air-raid shelter in the Near East, with marvelous acoustics where the concerts will be given in case of alarm." WAR RELIEF FUND BRITISH. AMERICAN JEWS' ARE UNITED IN WAR EFFORT ISO JEWS AMONG REFUGEES IN MEXICO FROM LISBON Mexico City (WNS) — More than 250 Jewish refugees were among the 540 refugees arriving in Vera Cruz from Lisbon and Casablanca after a 29-day voyage on the Portuguese ship Serpa Pinto, it was reported here. Most of the refugees had been interned in compulsory labor camps in unoccupied France and French Morocco. The Jewish refugees were met by representatives of Mexican Jewish groups who made their arrangements for their lodging, kaac L. Asofsky. executive director „f the HIAS in New York, "lade a special trip here to supervise the arrangements made for the refugees. While many of the refugees had their Mexican "visas for a year they were not permitted to leave by the Vichy Government until recently. Their transportation was arranged by the WAS-ICA and the J.D.C. Included among the refugees were 80 who fought with the international brigade in Spain. Of we 540 refugees, 357 will remain I "we while the others will proved to New York. OF BRITISH FORCES For the past two months the Civilian Technical Corps has been obtaining an increased number of applications for service by means of classified advertising throughout the United States, ac' %  cording to a brief report just is. sued by the Florida Regional office at the University of Miami. The Corps is a non-military body of paid volunteer craftsmen in certain skilled trades, open to United States eiti/ens. established by the British government to maintain and repair the highly technical equipment used by naval, military and air forces of the British and their allies. Members of the corps work closely with and for the armed forces | but are free from combatant duty. They are also free from 1 military discipline but are subject to the regulations of the I corps and to the laws governing i civilian defense workers in England. Anv male citizen of the United States is eligible to join the 1 corps, provided he is between : the ages of 18 and 50. physically fit able to produce proof of sound character, and technically : qualified to pass the examination required for his particular trade. The Civilian Technical Corps is i open to men who are thoroughly experienced in one or more of the following: radio mechanics and engineer! fitters of all kinds, electrical technicians, instrument (CONTINUEDTN PAGE 4) REPORTS ^NAZIS^EXECUTED JEWISH VICTIMS^ OF TYPHUS Berne (W N S) Unconfirmed reports received here stated that ; Nazi authorities in occupied Poland had put to death by gas", than 1.000 Jewish victims of the tvohus epidemic in the overcrTded Warsaw ghettoJta.executions were said to be neces Sy by Nazi off.cials in order to check the spread of the epidemic now raging throughout Eastern Europe. IS SETHI SI 50,1 Henry O. Shaw accepted the chairmanship of the $150,000 War Relief Fund Drive for Dade County Chapter of the American Red Cross, it was announced by Chapter Chairman Harvey R. Payne. In accepting this responsibility. Mr. Shaw said. "Now give for America." This fund is not for England, not France, not Belgium or China, but war relief for our own people, for America. Now we are in the war. American lives, American homes have been attacked, and Americans are now needing our help, and they'll get it!" Frank L. Wells, president of the Jewish Welfare Board, in a wire sent to Norman H. Davis, chairman of the American Red Cross, said: "We offer you the cooperation and facilities of our 325 community centers and our 225 army and navy committees. Our organization will render the fullest possible assistance." The American Red Cross, pledged to a major role in the nation's battles, has issued an appeal to the citizens of this community and of every American community. Chairman Payne stated, for an emergency war fund of S50.000.000.00, Every service of the Red Cross must be greatly expanded to cope with this new crisis. Red Cross War Relief Fund headquarters have been established at 16 N. E. Third Ave., in the Calumet building. George Holmcr of the headquarters staff, will be in charge of the office. Posters, buttons and other supplies will be available there to all interested. Also donations may be made in person at this office Many volunteer contributions to the S50.000.000 war relief fund Of which Dade County's quota is S150.000. are being received both at N. E. Third Ave. and at the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) London (WNS) — Declaring that the entry of the United States into the war has changed completely the world Jewish picture, the Zionist Review, official publication of the British Zionist Federation, stressed that "British and American Jewry now stand united, sharing a common burden." Pledging solidarity with American Jewry in the fight for "a free Jewry in a free world." the Zionist Review stated: "What is essential now is coordination of efforts of the Jewish communities in the English-speaking world. It is more essential than ever to awaken public opinion in the Western Hemisphere to the magnitude of the Jewish problem, and its connection with Palestine." "We are convinced." the editorial continued, "that with the Jews of Britain and the Dominions the bulk of American Jewry is ready to face the greater tasks allotted it by world developments." DEFENSE COUNCIL JOSEPH E. DAVIES CITES IMPORTANCE OF J.D.C WORK New York (WNS)—The "necessity and desirability of continuing the Joint Distribution Committee's life-giving work" now that the United States is in the war. was pointed out by Joseph E. Davies. chairman of President Roosevelt's Committee on War Relief Agencies, and former United States Ambassador to Russia, in a letter made public by Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the J.D.C. Quoting President Roosevelt's statement to the J.D.C. earlier this year that "Your cause is the cause of all Americans, for democracy must begin with man's humanity to man." Mr. Davies declared that "it seems desirable and indispensable to meet urgent war relief requirements overseas conducted by agencies whose policies and programs conform to the regulations and objectives of the United States Government" Mr. Davies further pointed out that all the J.D.C.'s activities "are aimed at assisting many of those persons who have been the chief victims of Hitlerism and the chief proponents of democracy in Europe. FOR FUND DRIVE BY FEDERATION "Detailed preparations and plans are in the finishing process." Day J. Apte. chairman of the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish Campaign, remarked this week. "Mr. Morris Klass. executive director, of Federation, and myself are supervising the many dc, tails that though small, arc so necessary to make our drive the I success it must be." Volunteer workers have been | laboring at Federation offices for the past several weeks preparing all Campaign data and paraphernalia for the drive which starts January 18th and continues through the 28th. Many workers have enlisted for active participation in the campaign. Division heads have been meeting constantly together with the officers of Federation and arc nearmg the finish of their preliminary work. Additional workers for the drive are needed and are asked to contact the Federation office. Pre-campaign strides for the forthcoming campaign to raise $159,902 are gaining impetus as the date draws close and the Specials Gifts Division headed by Benjamin E. Bronston. president cf Federation, assisted by Marcie Uberman, Mitchell Wolfson. Baron de Hirsch Meyer and Stan! ley C. Myers have reported great I progress in that division. I WILLKIE STRESSES NEED TO BE CONSTANTLY ON ALERT New York (WNS) Warning that "under the stress and strain of I combat the spirit of intolerance always rises." Wendell L. Willkie stressed the need of the American people to remain constantly on the alert to combat internal forces of intolerance and prejudice. Mr. Willkie spoke at a luncheon meeting of leaders in the entertainment industry under the auspices of the National Conference of Christians and Jews. CITY WITHIN CITY With more than a hundred thousand registered volunteers, with three thousand air raid wardens appointed, with classes in every subject from first aid to the operation of an Air Raid Filter Center for the U. S. Army Air Corps, the Defense Council of Dade County, in Miami, at the Ingraham Building, has become a city inside a city. Bryan Hanks, chairman of this vast enterprise, when asked to make a report, said, "That would take a week. It would fill several whole newspapers." Touching on some of the highlights, he pointed to the fact that the Council had already turned over to the army various units which it had organized, including the Florida Defense Force, under Major Dan D. Rosenfelder. the Civilian Pilots organization, the "spotters" recruited last summer and trained under army rules for their job at watching the Florida coasts, and the four hundred women now studying to operate the Air Filter Center, or "nerve center" of the Army Air Corps. "Up to the day war was declared." said Mr. Hanks, "it was difficult to obtain volunteers for many of the services indicated as necessary in every community by the Washington Office of Civilian Defense, which is under Mayor Fiorello La Guardia. Since the declaration, we have been overwhelmed by volunteers. Dade County is at present training air raid wardens, specialized fire fighters, and first aid workers, by thousands. Our recreation division—one nf the thirteen major departments of Civil Defensehas a large-scale program in effect for the entertainment of Service men. Our Food and Agriculture divisions are preparing (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) POLISH JEWISH FAMILIES STRANDED IN SHANGHAI London (WNS)—The tragic story of 50 Polish Jewish families in Shanghai, who recently received visas for Australia and were already on the boat scheduled to take them there but were stranded by Japanese invasion on December 7th. was disclosed here this week by Dr. Ignacy Schwartzbard. Jewish member of the Polish National Council. Mr. Schwartzbard reported that the tragedy-stalked refugees were waiting aboard the ship which was to carry them to Australia when the Japanese suddenly invaded Shanghai and ordered them removed from the vessel. The visas had been originally secured through the efforts of Polish officials in Shanghai. DR. NATHAN ISAACS. NOTED LAW PROFESSOR. DEAD AT 55 Cambridge, Mass. (WNS)—Dr. Nathan Isaacs, Professor of Business Law at Harvard University and an American delegate at the first World Jewish Congress in Geneva, died here at the age of 55. ;i Vg— ,Jv^et^g^afefe^^ra^M^ajj,A:";^:rv I %  rasitfStsBsttSn Hnffln tnS^BHBB



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PAGE SIX 9-Je^iUntrkMsr FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26. 1941 IS UPSET FACTOR AT TROPICAL PARK horses available to make such lj contests one of the features of the 21-day session. %  i The double attraction on Saty WM preceded on Christmoon by the same I of a program when the six fur: Pudding Purst en as a sec odary teatun lions .-.dicate a field of aboul r let a; thai appeared in the Inaugural %  "•'" %  %  • % % % % %  %  r marred the _.y make for an ex-j tht 21 day winter Besthe poa : •.:-• dr.".-. s ?.:.:.:.~ .-.%  ... -. -.::'._ r-:.: rej Part n Satur.' t of a fast track. '" r ed W:th horsemen becoming p. rl at thi car.-, stood r r s m ^p Coral Gables vanup rema rk a b ly well Entriej ^xnutdihegf m troubk ironed thus ve shown ar. a'r-r.s_. .. WOU M ; : : thai _-.:. %  fair •orse* on l ther is needed to %  'to run. wil :e SUC cess. :-. "ed list alreadj mes so td m t I :.-. ...y XM DespiU B %  • ..."....-%  %  : recasts and predictions by pesa bright sui %  ._. %  • %  simistk ." s. Troj r r %  mutiny on Park mutuel ead I r .-,. weather, last year s pla; FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR WillUm I. Bcxermaa Japan. whispering campaigns have been intensified about the Jews' responsibility for the war. •Jews do the talking. Christian bovs do the fighting'—thus the propaganda line runs. Needless to say. the fact that at least five n the senice perished in the first assault on Hawaii is never mentioned. Few our our Jewish people realize We can do a more constructive job. But only is in the first ineven Jew arms himself the truth about himself. SelfH ducation should be the first law of nature. Only after we have educated ourselves can we go out to teach others. Gut Shabbos! FORMAL OPENING LONDON ARMS HOTEL DINING ROOM .;...; 1 ling year of Tropical'! Chiel Uons for thi full week : mpetitiot ..-. I %  Ga. odi an handicaps • u ment I S2 5 First : t mile ai Thurs :• I fur Wi %  a Sal T ly top-lii ir-oldf to 2Thej %  The Coi Shelley's rai for 1 K y %  %  st. as 1 ... • : .... • Satui I newcomers at Tl :.:-'. c: %  f 01 San **** Burnett Roth : > B'nth I r 1942 Hi was and religi IU t lerance" would 1 Words of Truth Word.1:' truth .-.%  .•.•.•.mes circulate far and wide. Some til ago this column contained a : paragraphi relating to the:'. that Jews c::-. -. r. 1 American press. We preser." the real :'ac:s. Out m California a lib" ral Promt minister. Dr. Keith L Brooks, happened to see a c of T.'• Ji ish Floridian ai struck by our vspaper controL He protnptreprii I it in Prophecj M nthly the ::.. ial pubof the American Prgoes t Protestants throuj at tl un• %  ut tl mythi Jew ish B~" cer•.'.: Miit •'. as :• ti The < litor 1 that thi %  I : 7 London Arms Hotel Dining Room located at 727 Collins Ave. and under the management of B H. London, held its formal ing Dec. 16th with a Chaniika ebration in which the spiritual and lay leaders of the mmunity participated. More than 200 people were present at th< tinner. Eve. the London Arms will feature a special ban:..•: linnei Entertainment will : Reservations may ade by calling 5-2103. JEWISH WAR VETS LAUNCH DEFENSE the Ke; W st. This u • ed by refuting f^.-rate th< tening t a banquet at | .. nst Ji H 1 Is reI .. : tl ment 1 suffu at the 1 Heti the subject C :. I: %  %  is calls to mil r : MOUSLEY Service Station Se-. :e 302 Collins Ave PHONE Miami 5-9407 Beach • ; 5*1 <':: :— .. • p a -t A 1 O 1 +2 FHA MORTGAGES —UP T O 25 Y EARS— BUILD YOUR HOME NOW \iHiir HI 11 DI>0 MUrMl.> \ R E BTIIX *vn *w r Constrsetie-s. Local Refinancing \merican Hank and 'I'm••I ID. AI-BJRT E BERKLI.E1 Mortftft LM Officer lJ9 H. E. 1st St. Pkeci 3*616 liaki Fun! Distil III. Co- %  %  ^ P WNS — Mrs I hose 1 --;• %  %  : • Private Jack H. F< n m Detroit. • 1 u* -.':-. %  press Pearl H on on Coughlin. this des : "" reported t thejst. Petei -aid. "1 cant. It's 1 ting station this Ratzi in the Trap ; I -'%  %  %  %  Nio peopli .• % %  %  %  :... %  j • -. I %  •• ; : .: %  • • : • • believe =" I want to Ul ,he aviaO m-!*—* •. tn fact § %  •" her. then probably; : 'und our • I -. Son r other many of u still hav< n't I ". : Traitoi n't 1 tl They live breathi %  • Th< n 1 n senst bed : 1 • gies or. the othi r hand these I must be more tl : ; : %  ) -• ; We wondei h • aviati n secrets Miss Ingalli •'. rrr.ed' from her associateAnd -. lata 1 /eyed to the : about su. .as Mian.. wh< n f.-.e had access to vital information. For the purpose of record. ;id be : red that it; .-^registered German agent who spoke be' 1 America Pirsl croups throughout i 1 country and who said as n November 11: ntry is in the hands of alien 1 forces! and you kr. .• whom I It's an interI I thing." Fortunately, Miss Inga'.ls may have a long time r ; in which to think over that kind at Ratzi talk. A Constructive Job "If I were a Jew I would spend I my time trying to do as good a job on the constructive side for my people as Hitler is doing on the destructive sideagainst you"'. That was the friendly advice of a non-Jewish public officia week to a Jewish social service worker. Just what occasioned this' Well, ever since the attack by ;_ B IT LIKES YOU London Arms Hotel Dining Room 727 COLLINS AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH is now open to the public serving Strictly kosher delicious meals SPECIAL BANQUET DINNER FOR NEW YEARS EVE ENTERTAINMENT For Reservations Call 5 2103 KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGES POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 2-3508 ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WETNERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO Ii You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 New York (WNS)—A sweeping •victory" program" calling for the enlistment of the 250.000 American Jewish War Veterans in war service, sale of $250,000.000 in defense bonds and purchase of six pursuit planes for the Government has been decided upon by the Jewish War Veterans of the United States, it was announced here by National Commander Benjamin Kaufman, holder of the Congressional Medal of Honor, following a special meeting of the organization's national executive committee. Plans for the three drives were outlined in a series of "emergency orders" sent from J.W.V. national headquarters to its 250 posts throughout the country and to county, state and regional commanders. At the same time, the J.W.V. made public a proclamation to its members calling on them to subordinate all activities to "one duty—to serve our country for victory." Commander Kaufman declared in a statement that "for the duration of the war. every member of the Jewish War V erans must serve in the cause of American victory, and any member who does not has no place in our organization." Annual Homecoming University Dance honoring University students and sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood will take place Monday, at 8:30 p. m. at Kaplan Hall. 137 N. E. 19th Street. Sponsors of the affair are Dr. and Mrs. Charles Beckwitt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. E. Bronston. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Epstein. Mr ar.d Mrs J. Gerald Lewis. Mr ar.d Mrs. Sam Luby. Mr and Mrs. Irving Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs Maxwell Hyman. Mr. and Mrs Harry Rubin. Mr. and Ml Monte Selig. Mr. and Mrs. A A. L'ngar and Mr. and Mrs. Her: Wall. Invited guests by the committee for this dance are Dr. and Mrs. Bowman F. Ashe. Miss Mandean of women at the University of Miami: Mr. Foster Alter, dean of men at the University of Miami. Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan and Rabbi and Mrs. Colman A. Zwitman. I of the committee for dance include Mrs Gordon Davis. Mn Adolph Wertheimer. Mrs Morris Plant, Mrs. Louis Zeientz and Mrs. Isaac L<.In, chairman. AUGUST STUDIO ol Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 51317 Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas Samples on Displav at FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. •,„, vr7005 Bls <*yne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. .1st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing F. A. PETERSON, District Manager CORAL GABLES. FLA. P. O. Box 4473 The tervicei o Our Accounting En. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941 *Jewisti fhrkfon KING'S. g ^* KOMMENTS gagl The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian PAGE THREE U.S. I i IS [" They'll do it every day These fellows who'll always say Who Me? I don't want the job Turn their heads, give a sob Who Me? Titles are all empty These fellows—they want them plenty Who Me? An officer I don't have to be No officer—they'll quit working you'll see Who Me? Honors don't mean a thing But hear the song they sing I work real hard—get a kick Organizations—they make me sick You workers stop and think When they pop the question—don't blink That recognition you demand To go on working—you understand The truth you'll have to say To get that job—there's no other way You leaders wake up and see before too late The real fact you must differentiate. KDDITIOIini SOCIETV Jerusalem (WNS)—In a nationwide broadcast following the Axis declaration of war against the United States, Lowell c. Pinkerton, American Consul in Jerusalem, told the people of Palestine that "your fortune is our fortune and your aims a our aims." Linking the American war program with those of the other free peoples lighting aggression, Mr. Pinkerton stated that "we are pledged to continue our efforts until the forces of justice triumph over the forces challenging our lives and liberty and civilization." Talk about foresightedness ... in view of the present war conditions one of our rabbis made necessary arrangements and will have an "esrog" tree in his yard One of our boys—a young lawyer who about a year ago from a pulpit as the guest speaker prognosticated that he will be in the legislature has had some of his literature seen on the streets announcing his candidacy. King thinks he's got a long way to go right here before thinking of Tallahassee. Miamians insist they have in their midst a "Mike Jacobs"— a promoter second not even to Mike his visits are short lived and he leaves a bad atmosphere wonder who? The draft has made quite a hole in the ranks of the Jewish boys here and the nclassification will make it even more noticeable We don't realize many things until we feel it in our own back yards but we're proud they're right up there doing their bit. GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY, JANUARY 18, 1942 HOTEL HELENE MIAMI BEACH GALA NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION Garden Parry Midnite Dinner Floor Show For Reservations Phone 5-5891 Tariff S3.50 Per Person For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation IKVttB FEMRAL 45 HORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resource. Over $6,100,000 J. M. LIPTON, President MIAMI Zionist AX District By Louis Heiman, Pres. The members of our community who were privileged to hear Dr Abram L. Sachar. author of "Sufferance is the Badge." on Sunday night. December 21st at the Hotel Evans, were greatly impressed with his statement that there must be "no moratorium" on our efforts on behalf of our own people. True, we must give of our time and of our substance for the defense effort of our country now at war. But, since the leadership of world Jewry has been placed upon the shoulders of the American Jews, we must accept the challenge and continue building, even through the war period, for the world after the war. What should we do? "We must support Palestine." said Dr. Sachar. "as it is a place of refuge for our people after victory shall have been won." The Jews will not be wanted in most of the countries of Europe, as their places will have been filled by others who selfishly will not be anxious to let the Jews take the positions they held before the war; and those who have fled to other lands will not be welcomed back for the same reason. Palestine, then, is the hope for the future for the greatest percentage of Jews. In Palestine they will be welcome and may begin to live again, in religious and economic security. It is no wonder that the leaders of American Jewry, like Dr. Sachar. are preaching that there must be support now and continuously for Palestine. Fridav night. December 26. 1941. has been designated as "Zionist night" at each of our congregations in Greater Miami. Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation, will speak on ••Palestine After the War." The subject of the sermon of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation will be "Flag Waving." The Zionist sermon of Rabbi Samuel Bension of Miami Beach Jewish Center will be -You and Your Shadow." while Rabbi Abraham Kellner of Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will speak on the subject. ••From Palestine and Back." The subject at Temple Israel is "Every American Jew a Zionist." Please attend your congregation on Friday night. December 26. 1941, and learn more about the Zionist cause. Rev. Maurice Mamches announces that his 6th Annual Concert will take place February 8th at Beth Jacob Synagogue at 8:30 p. m. • • • Women's Division, American Jewish Congress will sponsor a membership tea Monday. Dec. 29 at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel with Mrs. L. Glasser, membership chairman, in charge of arrangements. • • • Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami for Palestine will sponsor a card party and supper Sunday evening. January 4th at the Beth David Talmud Torah. Mrs. I. Shapoff is chairman of the affair, proceeds of which will go to the emergency fund of the organization. • • • The Daughters of Israel and Men's Division of Beth Jacob Congregation elected the following officers for the ensuing year: Mrs. A. R. Berow. president; Mrs. I. Brenner, vice president; Mrs. S. Rosenberg, secretary-treasurer. Officers of the Men's division are Max Feit. president: Rabbi M. Finkel. vice president; E. Raphael, secretary and M. Vanger. treasurer. These groups meet every Wednesday night and have as their project the erection of a modern Ritualarium. wards of New Jersey; Mrs. J. Morris and D. Rabinowitz of New York. • • • A children's Holiday Party and Marionette Matinee will be presented by the Forum of Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women on Friday, December 26th. at 2 p. m. in the Ida M. Fisher High School, Miami Beach. The Marionette show will be presented by Mrs. Molka Reich, Mrs. Harold Rand and Mrs. Geo. Lister are in charge. Patronesses for the party will be Mrs. Ethel Goldstein. Mrs. Irving Kobley. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, Mrs. Ethel Rothlein. Mrs. Cora Sachs and Mrs. Jack Silverman. The children of the National Cardiac Home and of Council's Newcomer Group will be the guests of the Forum Committee. The management of the Park Central Hotel. Gartenberg and Schechter, announce that their guests will participate in a New Year's Eve celebration for the benefit of HIAS. Entertainment and banquet dinner will take place at 10 p. m.. December 31st. Berele Kabrinor accompanied by Art Shryer's orchestra and Miss Durbin will appear with others in a star-studded program. Committee in charge are Mrs. Lillian DEATHS Charles Greenberg. 1554 S. W, Fourth St.. passed away Sunday morning at his residence. Formerly of Boston, Mass., he came here 15 years ago. He was a member of Beth David Synagogue and Chesed She] Ernes of Miami and of the Masonic Lodge and Chevra Mischnayes of Boston. Surviving are two sons. Nathan of Miami and Joseph of Detroit: seven daughters. Mrs. Sophie Zohn, Mrs. Barbara Greenberg and Mrs. Sarah Shankman, all of Miami: Mrs. Anna Hurewitz of Hollywood: Mrs. Betty Utlcy of Pontiac. Mich.; Mrs. Esther Kaufman of Ft. Lauderdale. and Mrs. Mildred Kates ol Havana. Cuba. Funeral services were held Monday at 11 a. m. in the Gordon Funeral Home. Rabbi Cohn. chairman; Mrs. Bessie ; Max Shapiro officiated with burMandelbaum. assistant chairman: j ial following in Woodlawn Park H. Bernstein, manager of Forcemetery. SERVING FlOiUDA S FINEST A M.E IC AN-|£ W IS H DINNER -• LlRlEfillS :,?;, L i iicV The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will hold its regular monthly meeting at the synagogue Monday night, January 5th. An interesting program will be presented. Plans for their annual installation banquet to be held Sunday night, January 11th will be discussed. The Red Cross Roll Call merits your support. Enroll now! %  •i HAVING TROUBLE^ st ock oi *e het her %  { oX Water terms. 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PAGE TWO +Je*lst ncridsarr FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 194! Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Gordon arc now residing in their new home at 720 Southwest 24th Road. • • • Stanley Tannenbaum. son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Tannenbaum. is visiting with his parents during the holiday season. He is a student at the University of Florida. • • • Mrs. Frances Quittner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Gordon. left Tuesday for New York wl she will visit friends and relatives. She will then return to me in Los Ang< les, Calif. • • • Visiting Ral : and Mrs. C man Zwitman at their homi an Mrs. J. B. ( ighter, Helaine of New York, mother sister of Mrs. Zwitman. Miss C n is .1 s cial wi 1 k 1 I New York City Departm nt I W tare. • • • Alvin and Lloyd Gardner of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gardnir ;' Miami Beach, are visiti .;• parents. Alvin attei Atlanta Southern Dental Colleg Winner of the third annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Miami Chapter of A. /.. A is Miss Gwen Resnick, c< nter. Other contestant.were Muriel Auslander. 1 Mitzi Atkins, right The dance was held Sunday night at the Alcazar Hotel Roof Garden. Washable ana Heatproof TABLE PADS No Ext-a Ccst American Table Pad Co. 152 N. F. Uth St. Phone 3-3272 YOUR FURSHOW to protect them Investigate Before You Invest FACTS You Should Know About FUR STORAGE Certified Cold Storage" is specifically offered at I. R> sengarten. "Miami's Pioneer Furrier."' 118 So. Miami Avi The low U : • ire keeps moth eggs from hatching and the controlled humidity previ tits t':.' t" Its :: "-. drying out. Specializing in cleaning, glazing, moth proofing and remodeling. Complete line of fur jai and scarfs. I. ROSENGARTEN "Miami's Pioneer Furrier" COLO : SIOBAGI 118 SO. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 3 4591 and Lloyd is a student at the University of Florida. • • • Mrs. Oscar \V. Brisker of Bethlehem. Pa., is spending the holiday season with her sister and r-in-law. Mr. and Mrs I. H. Goldman. 515 N. E. 26th Terrace. Mrs. Brisker also expects to visit her sons. Ensign Nathaniel Brisker and Sidney Brisker in Washington. D. C. • • • Rabbi and Mrs. Leon J. Risikoff and daughter. Susan, are vacationing at the Floridian Hotel. Miami Beach. Rabbi Risikoff. executive vice chairman of the Jewish Ministers Association "f America. Judge of the Jewish • df Arbitration and Chaplain of the Sanitation Department of Greater New Ycrk. is the Rabbi of tlie Congregation Aitz Chaim of Brooklyn. • • • Moie Tendrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Tendrich of Coconut Grove, was the winner of the First Annual Essay Contest spon. sored by the Miami Drug Club. The subject of the essay was "The Pharmacist and Public Health." '"Young Tendrich is an 8A student at the Coconut Grove Elementary School and was one of 702 Dadc County school children participating in the contest. BIRTHS Mr and Mrs. John Kroncnfeld announce the birth of their son. David Brian. December 21st at St. Francis Hospital. The bris will take place Sunday. Season's Greetings HENSHAW RADIO CO. "PHLLCO" 156 West Flagler St. THE MOST POPULAR HOLIDAY GIFT VISIT Fruit Packing House One Block South of Burdine's ORANGES —Grapefruit or Mixed *1.00 Per Box As Illustrated Nelson K I i n ge nsm it h Company (WHOLESALE AND RETAIL) 132 SO. MIAMI AVE.—Free Parking Service—PHONE 2-5575 ENGAGED Announcement of the engagement of Miss Shirl Lea Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper, to Mr. Newton Frishman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Frishman. was made at a dinner held in the Hotel Evans. Miami Beach. Out of town guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. MorMiss Shirl Lea Pepper ris Shapiro, of Jacksonville, parents of Mrs. 1'epper; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grossman of Gainesville: Mrs. L. Moed of New York, and Mrs. A. Sands of Providence. R. I. A reception was held at the home of Miss Pepper Thursday afternoon celebrating the occasion. Miss Pepper and Mr. Frishman are graduates of Miami Senior High School and Mr. Frishman is now attending the University of Florida. ORGANIZATIONS Hanita Club of the Pioneer Womens Organization held a tea last Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Herman Mankes. Miami Beach. Mrs. Moses Krieger was guest speaker. Officers elected for the ensuing year were Mrs. Bessie Mankes. president; SEASON S GREETINGS MIAMI BEACH JITNEY BUS CO., INC. 104 B1SCAYNE STREET Mrs Muses Krieger. first vice president: Mrs. Gertrude Saber, second vice president: Mrs. Mae Stewart, financial secretary; Mrs. S. Roscnfcld. recording secretary; Mrs. H. Sadowsky. treasurer. Advisors for cultural and business programs are Mrs. Lena Wolk and Miss Molly Goodlaw. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Saber at which time a cultural and musical program will be presented. • • • Raylyn Kinney. contralto, was the guest at the Mana-Zucca club meeting Tuesday afternoon when distinguished visitors and guest artists took part in an impromptu program between Miss Kinney's numbers. These included Arthur Tracy, the famous "Street Singer." who was introduced and sang "Rachem" with the composer at the piano: Douglas McKinnon. music director of radio station WQXR in New York: Col. J, Price, publicity coordinator of the Dade County Defense Council; and Paul Chateaji, French long distance swimmer, who is also a very fine violinist, student of the finest French teachers. • • • Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman has announced that Dr. Abram L. Sachar, nationally famed lecturer and author, and Director of Hillel Foundations in the United States, will be the guest speaker evening services of January 2nd. 1942. at 8:15 p. m. • • • Workman's Circle Branch No. 692 of Greater Miami will hold tin lr first New Year's Eve celebration in their new lyceum, Wednesday at 9 p. m. Members and friends are invited to make reservations for this dinner and entertainment by calling Morris Jacobs. 2-8336. B. Rifkind, 2-3676 or H. Leibson. 5-7696. • • • Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will address the Spinoza Forum this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at 11th St. between Collins Ave. and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Rabbi Zwitman's topic will be "Nazism's Revolution against Western Civilization." Monday morning at 10:30 Edward Clarke will lecture. Tuesday evening at 8:15 Lawrence Schlechter will review MARRIAGES The marriage of Miss J un Eichner to Mr. Edward Cantor will take place Thursday after noon, Jan. 1st at 2 p. m. at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. Miss Eichner is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Max Eichner. Mr. Cantor is the son of Mr. and Mrs" Abraham Cantor. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bcrkowitz celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary Tuesday. • • • Mr. and Mrs. David Gross will honor their daughters and sonsin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaufman, Sunday at a jmnt anniversary dinner to be held at Mrs. Kaufman's home. 634 S. W. 10th Avenue. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. Krnnenfeld will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary January 1st with a reception at their home. 92 N. E. 48th St. from 7 to 9 p. m. No invitations have been issued and friends are invited. Pearl Buck's book, "Men and Women." • • • The members of the Sigma Phi Kappa Sorority held their annual formal dinner dance at the Beachcomber night club, December 25th. Those in charge of arrangements wen Miss Carol A. Bauer and Miss Beverly Raphael. 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%  FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 15M Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Jew!st fkridton Zionist Sabbath Services On Friday evening. December 26th at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will lecture on the subject "You and Your Shadow." on Zionist Night. Cantor Josef S. Lengycl will officiate with the assistance of the Center choir, (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION WashinKton Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MKSCHELOPF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE9. Cantor Phone 4-0406 1263 S. W. 21st Terrace Friday Night Forum "Flag Wavers" will be Rabbi Mescheloffs subject this Friday night. Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. To be sure of getting a seat come early. Doors open at 7:30 p. m. Service starts at 8:30 p. m., closes at 9:30 p. m. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Only By Having Your Own Family Plot Can You Properly Protect Your Family • Maybe you feel that you have already provided adequate burial protection for your family — by paying dues to some organization which offers burial space — • But such organization usually scatters families in different cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place • Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic sights. Families completely torn apart, scattered among strangers — all because the head of the family THOUGHT he had provided properly • The only sure way to keep the entire family together forever, is by having your own private family plot. And having your plot in Mount Nebo assures you of this protection in the finestsurroundings at a reasonable cost. • Only a small down payment is required for each grave desired. You are then the complete owner of a beautiful plot at the entrance to Mount Nebo. No further dues to pay. • No matter how long you have been a member of an organization — no matter how much you have paid in dues — it would still be wiser to get a family plot directly from Mount Nebo. This is the only sure way you can prevent your loved ones from being scattered. OINT NEBO CEMETERY FLORIDA'S FINEST FAMILY PLOT CEMETERY Ten Minutes from the Heart of Miami OFFICE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 5-4781 -PHONES5-4782 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6966 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 Latiorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Cengregation) 135 N\ W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-S172 Rahbl Zwitman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him nn matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems, you will be assured sympathetlc hearing and advice, and. needless to ^ay. each matter will be held in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, Dec. 26th. at 8:15 o'clock in observance of our congregation's celebration of Dr. an's birthday. Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan will preach on the sub"The Answer "Bespeaks the Character." Services conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The birthday reception, in honor of Dr. Kaplan, will be held in Kaplan Hall following the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, Dec. 27th at 1 11:00 o'clock, congregational participation, Torah reading, and interpretation of Biblical portion in a scrmoncttc by Rabbi Zwit' man. Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon invite you to attend the bar mitzvah celebration of their son. Ger1 aid, to be held at the Temple services this Saturday morning ; at 11 o'clock. University Students' Dance This annual affair will be held December 29 at 8:30 p. m.. in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. Temple Calendar Monday morning. Dec. 29. Sisterhood Braille project at 10:00 o'clock in Temple board room. Philip Weinstein. chairman. Monday evening. Dec. 29. an, nual University Homecoming Dance at 8:30 o'clock in Kaplan | Hall. Tuesday all day. Dec. 30th. Temple Israel Sisterhood Red Cross sewing group. Mrs. Samuel Katz. chairman. Wednesday all day. Dec. 31st. Sisterhood Bazaar sewing group. Reception for Dr. Kaplan The annual celebration of Dr. Kaplan's birthday will take place at the services on Friday evening, and at the reception in Kaplan Hall following the services. The %  reception is under the sponsor', ship of the Temple Israel Sisterhood, with Mrs. Frank A. Per!man as chairman: Mrs. Mor. ris Plant, co-chairman, and Mrs Harry Nevins, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, Mrs. Adolph Wertheimcr. 1 and Mrs. Louis Zeicntz as members of the committee. Members of the congregation and their families are cordially invited to attend this service and re1 ccption in honor of Dr. Kaplan. Temple Notes Two events in our Temple during the past week have received j exceptional commendation from 1 members and worshipers present. | who believed these events outj standing and memorable. The first was the Chanuka service and celebration in honor of new 1 members last Friday evening, and the second was the Chanuka plav of the Religious School, presented last Sunday morning. Members of our congregation who have missed these spint: ual treats are advised to take greater interest, and to atttend 'future Temple functions and services. In Memonam May the Father of Peace send to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us. the services this Friday Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7:30 a.m. Evening Services 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALKK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-082S TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p m Maariv 6 :00 p. m. Mrs. Louis Margulics Reporting for Beth David Conareyatto* and Sisterhood Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services Cantor Henry Marbcin assisted by a mixed choir will chant the melodies. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "Palestine After the War!'' An oneg shabbos immediately' after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Sheinberg in honor of their son, Peretz's, birthday. Bar Mitzvah During the services this Saturday morning. Sol. the son of Mrs. Minnie Schneider, will become bar mitzvah. An invitation is extended to all worshipers to attend the reception immediately after the services. Federation Campaign We urge our members and friends to volunteer their service in behalf of the Federation Campaign and respond to its call. Particularly should our members be interested in view of the fact that our Congregation is a constituent agency and our Talmud Torah is a participating agency. Cultural Group Group of Jewish studies will hold its cultural meeting this Monday evening, December 29th. At 7:30 the "Kohol" group under the direction of Cantor Henry Marbein. at 8:30 Conversational Hebrew by Louis Gadon and at 9:30 a course in Hebraic Civilization conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Home Studies Group Members and friends of Beth David who desire to form informal "Informal Cultural" groups at different homes for the purpose of discussion, are advised that the Rabbi will be more than (CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) Pro Patria There are many ways in which we can contribute our share towards the defense and security of our beloved United States, none more urgent and effective than the purchase of Dei Bonds and Stamps. We urge this not alone as a patriotic duty but also as a religious obligation. Orthodox Fellowship The first meeting of the current season will be held on Monday night. Dec. 29th. at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of the new synagogue. Mr. John C. Temple will preside. Sabbath Sermon In conjunction with the citywide observance. Rabbi Abraham Kellner will preach this coming Sabbath morning on a"From Palestine and Back." Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Tom Meyers will be observed in the synagogue during the Sabbath morning service and his parents take this means of inviting all their friends to the celebration. In the Synagogue Rabbi Kellner conducts a class in prophets daily and a half an hour before Mincha and discusses customs and ceremonies between the Mincha and Maariv services. Sunday School A splendid and entertaining program was presented in the Sunday School in honor of Chanuka last Sunday. Class VII of Mrs. Louis Katz excelled with the presentation of two playlets. Mazel Tov Sincere and heartfelt congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kimmel who were united in holy wedlock by Rabbi Kellner last week. Congratulations We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. S. Krebs upon the birth of their grandson. peace 'lllfC At CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) mfmo U A L (JUKI. ; j, 0 "-.o i.Yi.:* MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Servins The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service always conforming to the needs of Orthodox. Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL Recld< nt Manager ABE E1SENBERG



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1941 *• hnisl fkridicin B'nai B'rith Notes By MILTON FRIEDMAN The most outstanding installation banquet in the long history of Sholem Lodge. That, I believe, is the opinion of everyone who attended Sunday night at the Evans Hotel. First, the dining room doors were opened at 7:15 and the first course actually was served at 7:30. With this auspicious beginning brevity became the keynote. The entire program, exclusive of the main speaker, took 25 minutes. The food was excellent. As for the guest speaker, well, words fail me. In previous columns I stated that he was the outstanding Jewish orator in the world. The 300 guests who filled the banquet hall concurred in toto. Dr. Sachar was magnificent. His beautiful flow of words, his intellectual thoughts, his enthusiasm, his humor, were beyond expression. I deeply regret that 10.000 Jews in this area could not have heard him. Rabbi Max Shapiro was master of ceremonies and was truly in fine fettle. As one lady next to me remarked "Don't you just love him?" The invocation was given by Dr. Jacob Kaplan, followed by remarks from Abe Aronovitz, our outgoing president, and Burnett Roth our incoming pres., Jennie Rotfort, the out going and incoming Aux. pres.. "the briefest installation in Miami history" (as the Rabbi put it) by Ike Levin, presentation of a scroll by Ike to Abe. and the benediction by Rabbi Ben. sion. It was good to see with us again Mrs. Abe Aronovitz and we trust we will be able to see more of her. The thanks of the Lodge go to Sam Silver, Sadye Rose and their respective committees from the Lodge and Aux. for putting on this fine affair. The banquet marked many celebrations in addition to the installation. Dave Catsman and Lou Kraft had birthday anniversaries and our congratulations are extended to them. Then again, Sunday night marked the last night of Chanuka. To top it all, a bundle from heaven, a 7 lb. plus boy David Brian by name, was born unto Elsie and John Kronenfeld. Mazel tov. Incidentally, Elsie is a member of the Weinklc clan which make Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle PAGE SEVEN great grandparents (or the first time I believe. After the banquet dancing was held in the ballroom. I think this marks the first time that SO many people actually danced. Everyone apparently had enjoyed Dr. Sachar's talk so well that they felt exhuberant. This column has but a few lines to run and so I cannot tell in detail the message of Dr. Sachar. Summarizing he stated that there are five responsibilities in Judaism today: to bring about unity in Judaism, to financially salvage our brethren abroad and aid Palestine, to support the Anti-Di tarnation League in its tremendous work, to give our youth proper guidance and to meet the challenge to progress. He said that ultimate victory in our present world conflict was assured and that it was] merely a question of time and of!, how much saerifiee. After that ultimate victory the world and particularly world Jewry will look to America for its leadership. Next week it shall be my pleasure to attend and represent the Supreme Advisory Council of A. Z. A. at the first Florida Regional convention to be held in Jacksonville. In my absence your correspondent will be our new president, Burnett Roth, under whose guidance I know Sholem Lodge will continue to prosper. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON A Plea for Your Boy By MAURICE GROSSMAN Executive Director, Y. M. H. A. CHILDREN VOTE TAM TAM THEIR FAVORITE CRACKER I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Asked to choose their favorite cracker among six leading brands in the all-purpose cracker field, consumer juries of children in five leading cities gave Tarn Tarn a 68% vote of preference in tests which preceded store distribution of this sensational new cracker. Preferences were determined on the basis of "best taste and crunchiness," the two factors deemed most important in the consumer appeal of a cracker. The crisp perfection of Tarn Tarn is the result of years of experimenting to determine the most popular taste and proper degree of crunchy, flaky texture. Over a period of years, thousands of batches were baked and sampled. Comments on all features of the cracker were carefully noted, and many improvements over ordinary crackers in flavor and food value were incorporated into the final product. In its present perfected form, food experts agree that Tarn Tarn has no equal for quality and flavor. Distribution is going forward : at a rapid pace, to keep up with ; the growing demand, and Tarn Tarn is now obtainable at all ; neighborhood grocers in most localities. ___^ (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) burned than to be studied by women," and "Women's placeis at the spinning wheel" WEEKLY GIGGLE Harry Hcrshfield relays the one about the American pilot in the R.A.F. who was ordered to fly over Berlin and drop leaflets over the city ... He didn't return for a week, and when he finally did get back he was called before his commanding officer to explain his absence "Oh, did you want me to DROP them? exclaimed the Yank "What I did was to land in Berlin and shove them under people's doors'' And now we must tell you of another incident, which a salesman friend of ours vows actually oecurcd ... He had just concluded a deal a non-Jewish client, and the two of them were celebrating with a couple of drinks ... No sooner had the customer downci a brace of Scotches, however, than he began to cast aspersions upon the Jews "Nothing personal, you understand," he hiccupped, "but I don't trust Jews They're too smart for us" Realizing that the man was half seas over, our friend restrained himself and merely answered: "You mustn't think that Jews are just the same as other people, neither smarter nor clumber" Whereupon the inebriated one retorted: "Whaddya mean, they're no smarter'.' Why. when we were sitting up in trees cracking nuts with our bare paws the Jews came along and sold us nutcrackers" In the past two weeks, many I "I am a Jewish refugee from men in^ the service have visited Austria, only one year in this the "Y" and every one that en\ country, honorable member of tend our doors received a corB'nai B'rith Lodge, Ashland, dial welcome and excellent hos' Kentucky, serving in the U. S. P llalltv I Army since July. 1941. As I Some time ago through my I have no relatives in this country, efforts, an Army and Navy com-' I am depending on your help to mittee of Greater Miami was or-j enjoy a few days' furlough." ganized. This committee is com-! This is one of many letters that posed of representatives of every i the "Y" receives daily from the Jewish organization whose duty men in the service throughout the it is to provide home hospitality; country. No one has been (or men in the service. In addij turned down. Thanks to the tion, this committee, through I good people of Miami, we have the 'Y'. has given gilts to many found a place for every young selectees and draftees who have man who came to the "Y" and left for camp. Whenever a I asked for hospitality, group of Jewish boys is leaving I I appeal to all Jewish men and for camp, you will find me at women in Greater Miami and the station distributing small particularly to the leaders of the gifts as tokens of appreciation various organizations. All of us from the community. cannot enlist in the Army; all of Unfortunately, many members us cannot buy Defense Bonds: of the community have been ina of uS cannot volunteer for different toward these men. We emergency work, but all of us hear them talk time and again that they want to do something for defense and when confronted with the situation, graciously decline to do anything. We have had men in uniform come to the "Y" who have informed us that they have been to various organizations and various meetings of Jewish people in this area and no one has asked them or invited them for a meal or inquired whether they have can give a soldier a meal. I appeal to you again not to ignore or be indifferent to a man in uniform when he comes to you. This applies particularly to organization leaders. Ask him if he has eaten, if he has a place in sleep, then refer him to the "Y" where he will be awaited with open arms. Remember, you may have a boy who is in the service in some other state and you may want some mother or father to a place to stay. One soldier has act toward your boy in a simiJewUh Federation Campaign Starts January 18th JEWISH CENTER ACQUIRES CEMETERY ON W. FLAGLER Out of respect to Jewish traditional usage and out of sympathetic consideration for the feelings of their members, seatholders and friends, the Miami Beach Jewish Center has announced the acquisition of the Mount Nebo Cemetery situated in the Flagler Memorial Park. "Mount Nebo is located in the heart of Miami at West Flagler St. and 54th Avenue amidst beautiful and comforting surroundings and an atmosphere of dignity." stated M. H. Frankel. president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. "Its ministration is in harmony with Jewish traditional practice and adjusted to respond to all conveniences of modernity." He further stated that Mount Nebo was set out and beautified by expert landscape artists and adequate provision has been made for perpetual care. "Le'zichran Olam." for a perpetual memorial, is a phrase long cherished by Jewish hearts," stated Dr. Samuel Bension. spiritual head of the Center. "It is the underlying sentiment in which are rooted our ceremonial Yizkors and Yahrzeits. It is the sentiment accounting for the loving care which we Jews from the days of old bestowed upon the earthly remains of our beloved deceased. As the Talmud puts it •honor thy father and mother, honor them in their lifetime and revere them after they have passed away." With this in mind, the Miami Beach Jewish Center has taken this step in acquiring Mount Nebo and intends to develop it. It will serve as a Jewish memorial park in the finest sense of the word enabling the perpetual memorial to be kept in the true spirit of Le'Zichron Olam." told us of an instance where he visited a certain organization and not one asked him if he had a place In stay or whether he had eaten, but they did ask him to move a piano. Such an event would be humorous if the situation were nut so tragic. We have at the Y. M. H. A. a list of over one hundred fifty people, the outstanding Jewish citizens in this area, who have signified their willingness to entertain and give hospitality to a soldier. All you have to do is send any man in uniform to the "Y" and wc shall be glad to provide hospitality for him. The other day we received a letter from a soldier in Georgia in which he states that he is coming to Miami and has no funds and asks us for home hospitality. He says in his letter. lar manner. Don't forget and be hospitable to these boys—that is the least you can do. 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PAGE EIGHT -Jenls* fkrkJlan FRIDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1941 MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER (CONTINUED FROV PAGE 5) assisted by Mis* Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning Rabbi Bension will speak on the Scriptural | portion. Oneg Shabbe* will be | • at 5 p. m. following the in| struction In the prophetic texts by Mr. Gershon. Children are urged to attend at 1030 a. m. > services are held regularly as follows Mornings at 7 and 8j ns at 5 and evenings at 5:30 o'clock President Frankel's Dinner The board of governors anincsj that the dinn r in honor of M H. Frankel president of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, isi for Sunday evening, rj 22nd. 1942. at the Grosser Hotel The arrangi ments n ttee includes Lee Robinsor eh) Hyman B< Herman Berk. Dr. J J. Falk and %  Stoller Sisterhood Announces Plans The Sist I rd st its meeting last Thursdaj evening. sided over by Mrs Isid Newman i tui .. % %  %  -. d %  ntati> i ly : foil wing dat i -. mportant s* etal fund I its ..--. res •• sale; SO. i surn the n I March rmatior be _. isIn Religious School 7 •. rusts pan ast Sui ..; %  gious S< Charles F •• > Fink Janice Fi nklyr : : a J H .'-;.. Sussr Ros i %  Etas Ins S sot Suzar Kreps G na M stein N .. %  • %  M Rubens • Collage of Jewish Studies teresi College ol sh Si i S Spitz. V S Mrs. red ai J • I %  • I is Mwu .'. Generous Contribuv.ons W grai %  following t S Fund Mi and Mrs H..Mi Mn M S Ru>;:• %  : Mi and Mrs P E Mr and Mrs I W< • H Mi Z. C nter choir ? : I A .. i i --.. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5l Bar Mitxrah Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fagenson announce the celebration of their son's becoming a bar mitzvah this Saturday morning. Morris will be instructed by our Rabbi after he delivers his bar mitzvah address. Refreshments will be served after the services Parent-Teachers Meeting Over sixty new members enrolled in our Parent-Teachers' ting last Sunday night during the Religious School entertainment. Out P. T. A. will hold ting next M< nday r 29th ". SO i clock at the synag gin Mrs S Steinberg l de. Everyone is invil Red Cross Sewing Unit Our R d Cross M K ng unit bt _.,• at our synag last Tuesday. It meets every M nday Tuesday, Wednesday Evt ry< ru is in\ ited U join in th< w< rk W me the loan of addil sewing machines Men are invited : %  join th functi< ning men i divisit n Scouts A new G:rl Sci ut trc >p is bt nized by Mrs Evelyn :\-..k> Girls between th ages I 13 and IS int r st I ui S< ut ,. : k an nvit II attend W< dy at 19 p m B 5 S ut Tl •> r t ,'... k Wati i Young Judean Chapters Our • eel regu..;:.> Thuisdaj evenings • r first season's M %  .: %  I HabanothMaccabees gr lips I at 7:3 .'•.-" • them by 1 • %  % %  y Palestir This Tu at 8:30 Mrs M K4 s K: H : il ..:. I T groups in a socii after th ectu CLYDE R. MARKLEY We Sell Rent Tur.e PIANOS V ur Satis! n—Our G... W %  : : Stn I -4-7163 THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ TEMPLE ISRAEL CONGREGATION BETH DAVID New Year's Ere to be Gala Erent Al Berkowitz. chairman of the New Year's Eve committee, announces that all preparai have been completed for a gala evening on New Year's Eve. Wednesday, December 3lst. Apreviously announced, the event will take place at the Evans Hotel. A delicious dinner will be served in the dining at 11:30 and after dinner ,vd will march into the i ballroom where a beautiful Broadway Review will ce. Dancing will follow until wee hours. The tariff is S3.50 per person and includes | dinner, show, dancing, souvenirs. favors, and so forth. Reservations are limited so ike up your party and phone Maurice Grossman at the Y' iately for your reservaIn commenting on this affair. Al BerkowiU said. "I want to assure all my friends that this will be an outstanding affair. There will be no crowding in lining room because we are n servations. There will b< ami %  •room for everyone. all my friends to get up parties and phone thi V for ...:. n." Philip Wylie Speaks at the "Y" January 14th The Y" is very fortunate in ing able to secure Philip Wj i well-known writer, to %  "•' %  January 14th. Mr. Wylii taking an active pan in : : ; County. ssag '.ill be timely and (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Herman Whitelow. father of Mrs. Milton E. Sternberg and Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy: Jerold Elmer Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allador Wise Yahrzeits: Julius Kahn. father of Albert L. Kahn: Fanny Taradash. mother of William Taradash: Edward Morton, brother of Mrs. Ida Miller: Leopold Ackerman. father of Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Lucille Lichtenstetter; Emma Stein, mother of Mrs. Isaac Kaufman: Norman D. :'reen. brother of Mrs. M. L. Marcus. MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH interesting. Reserve this date on your calendar. Maurice Samuels at the "Y" on March 5th Maurice Samuels, well-known lecturer and writer and one of the outstanding Jewish scholars of the day. will lecture at the •Y" or. Thursday. March 5th. Mi re details later. "Y" To Hold Dance for Serrice Men Saturday Night Ad. for si rvice men will be held at the "Y" this Saturday night. D27th. at 9 o'clock. Maurice Grossman, exitive director, requests all ladies of the age of 18 and over to come to the "Y" and act as Sti .-.-• .to the men in uniform. This is our opportunity to be of service and all girls of the above ages are requested to come here Saturday night and dance with the soldiers. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, happy to start such groups if contacted. The initiative must be taken by the individual to form these 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 from the pulpit during the services Friday night: Malkah Leah, mother of Meyer and Sidney Rauzin; Avrohom. brother of J. Seigel; Lora Kort. sister of Helen Panek. and Yishayohu. father of Morris Baine. Condolences We pray to the Almighty that He assuage the pain of the family of the late Charles Greenberg, a member of our Congregation. May his soul deservingly repose in eternal life. Beach Commonwealth Title Company 208 Mercantile Bank Bldg. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS PHONE 5-3346 W. J. McLEOD, JR. Vice President SOILS L C MORRIS TOP := >-s; so -s PAVING $:-?;: D. t i Pl- "J -.".! G-a; ; i-z Mm ::: -; SM '. •s MM (TftECT PHONES: 7-8464— 7-2558 V v F C = r* R. W. 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