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The Jewish Floridian ( January 16, 1942 )

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if> e Jewislh Flondli&Ki \s COMBING irihe Jewish tu in fifty VOLUME 15—No. 3. MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS Greater Miami Federation Campaign Janu ary 18 to 2 8 Kick-Off Breakfast Held on Sunday At Terrace Hotel, Miami Beach; Rabbi Isserman is Principal Speaker Completcing two months of intense preparation, all was reported in readiness for the formal opening of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation 1942 campaign. Workers kits, contributors cards, division heads, team captains and members all were awaiting the opening signal to be given at the kick-off breakfast. The breakfast will be held Sunday morning, January 18th, 9:30 a. m. at the Terrace Grill. 2345 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. A Message From Federation Head The Greater Miami Jewish Federation is the fund-raising organization representing the local Jewish community. Once each year you are culled to pledge for Jewry your contribution. Again this year, your Federation will open its annual campaign on Sunday, January 18 and run for ten days, closing January 28. Its goal for 1942 is $159,902. This amount was reached by your Federation Budget Committee who has worked arduously for many weeks carefully weighing the needs of each organization in relation to the Greater Miami responsibility for its share to each agency. The Budget Committee of Federation consists of twelve members—nine men and three women—chosen to represent a cross-section of Greater Miami Jewry. They have been Chairman of Campaisn, D. J. Apte, !n Strong Appeal to Miami Jewry For Aid in Greatest Time of Need MORRIS KI.ASS Executive Director, Greater Miami Jewish Federation (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) RABBI ISSERMAN Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman of St. Louis, one of the most distinguished orators in the American pulpit will address the workers present. Rabbi Isserman, a very close student of the problems confronting the Jewish populations in! Europe, has made almost annual visits tn Europe to investigate at first hand the situation of refugees both Jews and nonJews. Chairman and co-founder of the Social Justice Commission of St. Louis. Rabbi Isserman is a member of the governing* board of Hebrew Union College of Cincinnati; vice chairman of the St. Louis Seminar committee of Jews. Catholics and Protestants; and president of the Jewish Student Foundation at the University of Missouri. He is also a member of the Social Justice Commission of the Central Conference of American Rabbis. He holds degrees from the Universiy of Cincinnati and the University of Pennsylvania Rabbi Isserman has delivered scores of addresses in this country on the German situation and has tremendously impressed his audiences by his objective narration of the sufferings of thousands of innocent victims of the policies of the Third Reich. His monograph "Sentenced t o Death." written after his 1933 visit to Germany, was one of the most telling early indictments of the Nazi regime. The time and place of report luncheons are stated elsewhere on this page and Federation officials ask all workers to please take note of the time and place of those meetings and be on hand promptly with reports of their progress. A glorious pane in the history of Miami Jewry is being written by the 650 volunteer workers in our 1942 campaign. Undaunted I y war; undauntec by uncertain business conditions; undaunted by the pressure of personal affairs, the men and women volunteers are setting a pace this year, which will spell out the dot dot dot dash of Victory. Miami knows that the eyes of all American Jewish communities are on it. Our 1942 Federation Campaign is among the first in the Nation, and as goes Miami, so will go the rest of the country Our goal is higher than ever before to meet the wartime needs of the forty-six agenlcies participating in our drive, but this only stimulates us to greater effort. The leaders of our community are all on the rostrum of Federation workers. From soldier to general the men and women putting their shoulder to the Federation wheel are the people we respect, the people who care, and the people who think. And what is the reward of this effort? Just the insurance that there will be a tomorrow and one in which you will wish to live. A Message From Board Chairman Jn this year 1942 we must enter our campaign in a mood, temper or frame of mind that will insure the success of our fundraising efforts. We must be convinced, as American Jews, we are prepared to set the new standards of interest and assistance required by the intensified and in.1 needs of our participating agencies; wc must understand that the support and maintenance I vital health, cultural, educational, character building and welfare agencies, located here in Greater Miami, throughout our country and overseas, are part of a war effort; we must realize that if insecurity at home or abroad is permitted, if suffering ;:nd starvation exists among those whom we might help but didn't, that these factors will destroy the morale, not only of the sufferers, but also of our own. whose With the Federation Campaign about to be launched. I wish to bring to my fellow-Jews of Miami this message: In the year to come we cannot expect victory without fighting for it. We cannot expect to keep our brethren overseas alive without feeding them. We cannot keep our Homeland in Palestine open to refugees and fighting on the democratic front without investing in it. We cannot keep our hospitals and schools in BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON President and Chairman Special Gifts Division NATIONAL CITIZENS GROUP TO HOLD MASS MEETING The National Citizens Committee will hold a mass meeting at Bayfront Park Monday evening. January 19th at 8 p. m. This program is sponsored by the Federal government and is open to all. citizens and non-citizens. Dr. William Russel of Columbia University and others will be the featured speakers. Former governor Dave Scholtz will preside. MORE FEDERATION PICTURES NEXT WEEK (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) FEDERATION SABBATH All religious institutions of Greater Miami will feature "Federation" this Friday evening and sermon topics will be devoted to the campaign with some of the pulpits occupied by Federation representatives. Mr. Morris Klass, executive director of Federation, will occupy the pulpit of Temple Israel. His topic will be "Insure Your Tomorrow." Also briefly addressing the worshippers will be Mr. Day J. Apte. campaign chairman, and Mr. Benjamin E. Bronston, Federation president. At Beth David. Mr. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board, will speak on "Federation—Is That the Answer?" "Give and Help Give" will be the sermon topic of Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. Miami Beach synagogue attenders will hear Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Congregation speak on "In the Name of God." Morris Rothenberg. past president of the Zionist Organization of America, will be the guest speaker at the Miami Beach Jewish Center addressing the gathering on "Federation." DAY J. APTE Vice President and Campaign Chairman STANLEY C. MYERS Chairman of Board of Directors and Campaign Vice Chairman America open without supporting them. We cannot hope for justice for all groups in this country without insuring it, and we cannot hope for a decent, strong and healthful Miami community without building it. That is what our campaign for forty-six agenwill do if we succeed in raising $159,902. You have the answer. You must give adequately. Those who risk their lives are sacrificing their all for you. Remember, if veu give adequately you are fighting to INSURE OUR TOMORROW ... so. WAKE UP AND GIVE. fellow-Jews. Mr. Daniel Broad, chairman of the Apartment Owners Division of Miami Beach, reports that he through the United Daughters of A monument to Judah P. Benjamin, distinguished Jewish statesman of the Civil War. will be dedicated January 22nd at Sarasota. by the state of Florida has lined up a group of volunteer workers who pledged their services to him and are ready to start out covering their respective territories. All individuals. male or female, desirous of contributing a day or more during this drive are asked to communicate with Mr. Broad. 5-9072. The work is so systemized and arranged by streets and numbers to facilitate the greatest number of calls in the least time. No car is necessary. the Confederacy. Governor Spessard L. Holland will officiate at the dedication ceremony. The second subscription concert of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra, John Bitter, conductor, will be given on January 19th at Orchestra Hall of Miami Senior High School, with Nino Martini as soloist. • Mr. Martini will sing opera arias as well as a group of Spanish songs. Workers Opening Breakfast, Jan. 18. 9:30 a. m., Terrace Grill. 23S4 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach. First Report Luncheon. Jan. 19. 12:15 p. m.. Manning's Grill. 829 Biscayne Blvd. Second Report Meeting, Jan. 21, 8:30 p. m.. Beth Jacob Cong.. 311 Washington Ave. Third Report Luncheon. Jan. 23, 12:15 p. m.. Manning's Grill, 829 Biscayne Blvd. Fourth Report Luncheon. Jan. 26, 12:15 p. m., Manning's Grill. Fifth Report Meeting, Jan. 28, 8:30 p. m., Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Ave. I -S^^-^-K-fJ '-**rf^-'\H'i : H A:j^sM&i&I



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PAGE TWO JmltiiMeridian 9 I Social • • Personals Clubs FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 Organizations PERSONALS Mr. Nathan Adclman is at home recuperating from a recent automobile accident. • • • Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Kopelowitz and daughter have returned to the city after spending the past year in California. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Stein of Fayetteville, N. C. are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stein of 501 12th Street, Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Meyer Levy and children, Sandra Helene and David, of Atlanta, Ga.. are visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman for several weeks. • • • Miss Ida Englcr left for Washington, D. C. where she is employed in the office of the O. P. A. after spending two weeks visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Engler and sister Mollie. • • • Mrs. Esther Levitt gave a dinner in honor of her son, Dave who was called to the U. S. Army, at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. Levitt of 905 Michigan Avenue, Sunday. Those present were George Levitt, Vivian Levitt, Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr. and Mrs. H. Decky and Miss Rose Goldstein. • • • A farewell party was held Saturday in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Mashe U. L. Lightman who left for Rockville, Connecticut, after a five-weeks honeymoon at Miami Beach at the home of his sisters, Dorothy and Sarah Lightman. Among the guests who entertained were Cantor and Mrs. Joseph Lengyel, Anyuta Melicov, Ruth Brotman, Mr. Israel Lightman and Mr. Nat Hurewitz of Hollywood, Florida. ORGANIZATIONS Help the helpless. Support Federation. Judge Brandeis Post of Young Judea will hold their next meeting Wednesday, January 21st at 7:45 p. m. at Beth David Congregation. A social hour will follow the business meeting. • • • Over sixty people registered Monday night at the Beth Jacob synagogue for a Red Cross First Aid course being given each Monday night by Miss Dorothy Diamond. Registrants are welcome. • • • Bialik Branch Jewish National Workers Alliance will hold a literary gathering Saturday night, January 17th at 8:30 at the Surf Hotel, 444 Ocean Drive. Dr. Alexander Macdony of New York will speak on "Our Duties at this Moment." • • • American Women's Home Defense held a card party last week at the Walburne Hotel headed by Mrs. Helen Platt and Mrs. M. Shapiro. With more than 300 people in attendance, the organization was able to donate $150 to the Dade County Red Cross. • • • Under the leadership of Mrs. Evelyn Decky, two girl scout troops meet Wednesday evenings at Beth Jacob Community Building. Girls between the ages of 8 and 10 can join the Brownies and girls between 10 and 15 are eligible to join the regular girl scouts. • • • A book reveiw of Pierre Van Paassen's "This Day Alone" will be presented by Lillian Krieger Burton as this week's feature of the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, January 16th, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elks' Club, 720 West Avenue. Mrs. Harry Marcus will speak on Consumers' Welfare. Helen Greenberg, pianist, will present a musical program. Mrs. Julius Pearson will be chairman of the afternoon. ORGANIZATIONS The Miami Beach Mizrachi units will meet at the Beth Jacob synagogue Saturday night. Mr. Louis Brenner, national J.N.F. representative, will be the guest speaker. Sunday night, February 1st. Chamisho Ossor BiShvat, the group will celebrate with a Mizrachi Palestine Night at Beth Jacob Community Building. A vocal and instrumental concert will be presented. • • • Dr. Abraham Wolfson w-ill give the third lecture on Spinoza's Conception of God, Saturday at 3:30 p. m. before the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Monday morning. 10:30. Edward Clarke will speak on Franz Schubert. Tuesday evening, 8:15, Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner will be the guest speaker. His topic will be "The Peace to Be." • • • An Acquaintanceship Tea given by the P.T.A. of the Beth Jacob Religious School will be held Tuesday evening, January 20th at 7.30 in the London Arms Hotel. Mrs. A. Steinberg, president of the P.T.A. will be chairman of the event assisted by Mrs. M. Mescheloff, Mrs. A. Sir, Mrs. Rubin and Mrs. I. Gewertz. A musical program will be presented. Speakers for the evening will be Mrs. Harry Faber and Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. • • • At the meeting of Iota Chi sorority held Tuesday evening, Shirl Lea Pepper was re-elected president. Other officers elected were: Evelyn Greenwald, vice president; Doris Goodman, secretary; Marcie Adelman, treasurer. Committee chairmen appointed by the president were: Lois Reisner, welfare; Evelyn Greenwald, publicity; Edith Roberts, sergeant at arms and historian. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, January 20th at the home of Lois Riesner, 1867 S. W. 13th Street. Keep a record of your southern holiday with Brownie Cameras so simple to operate the children can use them BABY BROWNIE ... is a tiny, box camera with "spyglass" finder, and takes pictures I'/o x 2 Vt in... $1.50 620 JR. for snapshot fans who don't want to fuss with lots of gadgets. Takes 2Vt x 3'/ in $2.45 616 JR. box camera is similar to 620 Jr. but takes larger pictures $2.80 MtAMI STORE. CAMERAS. STREET FLOOR ANNETTE IS HERE TO WELCOME YOU TO THE TU DOR I N N Formerly the Hof Brau EXCELLENT CONTINENTAL AND AMERICAN FOODS DINNERS FROM 75c — BY HOF BRAU CHEF COCKTAIL HOUR TO 6 P. M.—POPULAR DRINKS 25c ONLY THE FINEST LIQUORS ENTERTAINING DINNER MUSIC 221 N. E. 2nd Street, Miami FREE PARKING PHONE 2-9124 MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15TH AVE. • • • FRI. SAT. JAN. 16-17 "IT'S TOPS IN LAFFS" "Top Sergeant Mulligan" With NAT PENDLETON • • • SUN. THRU TUE. JAN. 18-20 ABBOTT & COSTELLO In "KEEP 'fill RIG" • • • WED. & THUR. JAN. 21-22 You can see the people and the machines that are smash. ing Hitler "One Day in Soviet Russia" The Imide ttory of Russian superiority narrated by Quentin Reynolds —On the Same Program— uniinmn nnnunun ANNIVERSARIES Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies are the recipients of many congratulatory messages on their wedding anniversary which they will observe Saturday, January 17th. ENGAGED Announcement was recently made at the home of Mrs. H. M. Barg. 3925 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach, of the engagement of her niece, Miss Sybil Apatoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Apatoff of Tampa to Dr. Morris J. Levine, son of Mrs. E. Levine of Atlantic City. DEATHS Mr. Abe Winston of 1800 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, passed away last Friday. He leaves his wife, Bertha, a daughter, Beth, three brothers, Philip and Hyman of Miami Beach and Sam of Scranton, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Leona Braunstein of Scranton, Pa. Funeral services were held Sunday at Riverside Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. • • • Funeral services for Mendel Cromer, who passed away last Friday, were held Sunday at the Gordon Funeral Home with Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman officiating. Interment took place at Graceland Memorial Park. Mr. Cromer leaves the widow, Florence and a daughter, Mrs. Ella Potter of Miami Beach. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen announce the birth of their daughter, Diane Ruth, at Victoria Hospital. Sunday, January 4th. Mrs. Cohen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Levin. MARRIAGES The marriage of Miss Elaine Gelberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gelberg of New York City, to Lieut. Norman J. Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Davidson of Philadelphia, Pa., was solemnized last Sunday by Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff in the Temple of the Floridian Hotel, Miami Beach. After the ceremony the couple flew to Puerto Rico. UNVE11INGS Moscow (WNS)—German soldiers captured by the Red Army and now interned in Soviet war camps are issuing their own newspaper in which they feature attacks on the Nazi government, it was reported here. FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-08 28 Gartenberg & Schechters PARK CENTRAL HOTEL and Strictly Kosher Dining Room Catering to the General Public DINNER SERVED 5?Sn P. M. to 7:30 P. M. Special attention to Private Functions, Banquets. Bar Mltzvahs. Weddlngi 40 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach PHONE 5-5855 The unveiling ceremony of the memorial for Mrs. Rose Levy Simpson will take place Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. jn the Temple Israel section of Woodlawn Cemetery with Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiating. Friends of the family are asked to be present. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH YOUR FURSHOW to protect them Investigate Before You Invest FACTS You Should Know About FUR STORAGE "Certified Cold Storage" is specifically offered at I. Rosengarten, "Miami's Pioneer Furrier," 118 So. Miami Ave. The low temperature keeps moth eggs from hatching and the controlled humidity prevents the pelts from drying out. Specializing in cleaning, glazing, moth proofing and remodeling. Complete line of fur jackets and scarfs. I. ROSENGARTEN "Miami's Pioneer Furrier" COLO -. I HI/ W.I 118 SO. MIAMI AVENUE Phone 3-4591 With CHARLES BICKFORD AND THRILL CAST Air Conditioned DR. JOSEPH B. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942 *Jewist Flcrid/an PAGE THREE KING'S, .g^fi? 0 0 0 0 0 KOMMENTS -ZSS^ The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian This week to you we explain You've heard it again and again For the time and place is now If need—we'll show you how This week its the drive The office is a bee hive But room aplenty is there Folks—all of you take care Get in there and work Your duty—do not shirk There's so much to do For you and you That goal we must reach Round Miami and the Beach. GONFERENCEOF HUSSH TO BE HELD JAN. 17-19 Attention readers—All Komments thU week do not pertain in any form or fashion to the spiritual—maybe next week. King hears of an organization looking for a project or something to do—It lost its old one— If you readers have any suggestions, kindly advise. King wonders what the reply will be to the group who formally protested a conflict in dates to the campaign group—some ner ve—interfering with a board meeting. What happened to the program scheduled for a meeting last week. Part of it was supposed to be in two places and showed in neither. King blushes—a faux pass— that internal dissension between employees of an organization mentioned last week fitted in two spots so well— one that he was aware of— the truth will out. King asks his readers' patience —Some Kaustic Komments will soon be forthcoming. Plans are completed for the annual conference of Senior and Junior Hadassah of the Southeastern Region to be held in Jacksonville. January 17, 18 and 19 with headquarters in the Roosevelt Hotel. A program replete with business and entertainment features has been arranged by a group of committees from Senior Hadassah, Jr. Hadassah and Business and Professional Women's Division of Hadassah, as all three groups are participating in plans for the regional conference. Among the scheduled speakers to appear on the program will be Mrs. Moses P. Epstein and Miss Edith Bukspan, of New York, national representatives; Mrs. Robert Travis and Miss Sarah Tontak of Atlanta. Conference chairmen are: Mrs. Ben Stein, Mrs. Isadore Moscovitz, Mrs. Herbert Panken, Miss Hattie Slott, Miss Julia Mizrahi and Miss Ruth Davis. Preconvention activities will begin with joint Friday evening services January 16 at the Jewish Temple, of the Center and Temple Congregations, with Rabbi I. L. Kaplan and Rabbi M. D. Margolis conducting the services. Acting as hostesses during a reception to follow the services will be members of the Temple Sisterhood and the Council of Jewish Women. Saturday afternoon's feature will be an Oneg Shabbat gathering at the Jewish Center, which promises to be one of the most delightful social affairs planned for the visiting delegates and guests. Members of the Daughters of Israel will tender a reception and serve dainty refreshments during the social hour following the program. The conference will open officially Sunday morning, January 18th at 11 a. m. with Mrs. Ben Stein, conference chairman presiding. Following the morning sessions, a luncheon will be held in the Roosevelt Hotel at which Miss Julia Mizrahi, Junior Hadassah conference chairman will act as mistress of ceremon&M*8K.* SXSK SMTjagMjSaS AE FBMKAL i^ mw MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 J. M. LIPTON, President For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings J and Loan Insurance Corporation les. The afternoon will be given over to business meetings of the various groups of Hadassah and the main feature of the afternoon will be a youth symposium, conducted by Harry Katz. Taking part in this will be members of Young Judaea, Masada and Daughters of Judaea. Besides the regular business sessions Monday, a model Thrift luncheon will be given at the Jewish Center, with Mrs. Maurice Cherry as general chairman. An entertaining program will follow the luncheon. Some of the social activities planned will include a buffet supper for delegates and visitors at the home of Mrs. Sam Weiss, Saturday evening. Several dances sponsored by Junior Hadassah and the Business and Professional Women's Division, Saturday night and Sunday night and the banquet Monday night will bring the conference to a close. To my predecessor, Brother Milton Friedman, your reporter offers his heartiest congratulalions for a job well done. May I be able to continue his fine work. For 1942 it shall be your new columnist's desire to keep you informed of B'nai B'rith's manifold activities. With America engaged in a life struggle against the forces of Nazism, this year will see the members of our Lodge eagerly and enthusiastically offering their services to our Country. The Ben B'rith has a double responsibility. Not only must he serve his Country in his best capacity, but it is important that he continue the varied activities of the Lodge. The high morale behind the front must be continued. This coming week will find hundreds of our Brothers engaged in the Federation drive. Remember, you cannot give too much towards such worthwhile agencies. Certainly one of the most outStanding events ever undertaken by a local organization will be the sponsoring of the public appearance of Mr. William L. Shirer on February 21st. As you know, annually the B'nai B'rith undertakes one affair for civic purposes. To fulfill our obligation to the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital, we are sponsoring a talk by that noted correspondent. William L. Shirer. We must make this affair a success. Every member is urged to plan not only to attend but to dispose of as many tickets as possible. Mr. Shirer's suuject will be "Inside Germany.'' We understand that he will reveal facts not previously reported in his best selling book. Please contact Brother Abe Aronovitz for tickets. At the last meeting Tuesday, January 14th. our members were privileged to hear Frank Malone. noted radio commentator and newspaper columnist, speak in behalf of the Dade County Defense Council. Mr. Malone pointed out that every man. woman and child should join in the defense program. At the present time, women are needed in the Air Filter Center. Also men are needed to volunteer for duties as air raid wardens, fire wardens and to form motorized divisions. Each Brother was urged to volunteer for some duty in our local defense service. At the Ladies Auxiliary meeting it is reported that every woman in this organization has already pledged herself to defense work. Our new president, Burnett Roth, has announced the following committee chairmen for 1942: Americanization, Nat Roth; Arbitration, Rabbi Max Shapiro; A. Z. A., Maurice Cromer; Blood Bank, Dr. Alexander Kushner; B'nai B'rith News, Paul Weitzman; Jewish Floridian column, Al Green; Constitution and ByLaws. Max Silver; Entertainment, E. Albert Pallot; Finance. Louis Heiman; Initiation, J. Bernard Spector; Intellectual Advancement, Barney Goodman; Meetings, Albert E. Berkeley: Membership, Harold Turk; Membership Retention, S. B. Miller; Publicity, J. Aron Abbott; Refreshments, Marty Milstein; Resolutions. David Catsman; Refugee, Elry Stone; Sick and Visiting, Ernest Sussman; Student Union, Louis Heiman; Vocational Guidance. Jos. A. Berman. MITCHELL WOLFSON Greater Miami Jewish Federation Campaign Vice Chairman TYPHUS ON THE INCREASE; JEWS ARE ORDERED SHOT Istanbul (WNS)—The dreaded spotted typhus epidemic, now raging throughout Eastern Europe, has reached the Balkans and is taking a fearful toll of Jews, it is reported here. In locations where there are ghettos, the Jewish communities are isolated. Where no ghettos exist. Jewish victims of the epidemic will be shot and their possessions destroyed. NEW MODER Uf RANGES VENGEANCE IS PROMISED FOR JEWISH NAZI VICTIMS London (WNS)—The National Council of General Charles DeGaulle's "Free French" movement this week issued a statement assuring Jews that all wrongs committed by the Nazis in occupied France and by the Vichy regime in unoccupied France would be rectified after the war. The National Council pledged that all confiscated property would be returned to the Jews. Widows and children of Jews killed by the Nazis will receive a pension after the war, the statement added. DO MORE COOKING WITH LESS Hollywood ^til^S 35 M B • %  e h %  —'



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PAGE FOUR fJewist Flcrictian FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 wjiewiislh Florid tin PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 Entered ;.s Sio.nu Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942 TEVETH 27. 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 3 Self Preservation We are on the eve of another Federation campaign. We are faced with similar problems as in previous years all made more difficult by the turn of events. We are faced with needs that are increased, that are greater and with the fact that there are many more. The eve of this campaign differs with that of others in that the battle line has been drawn. It is definite. Sides in this struggle and battle for existence and survival have been taken. We know our position as jews and as Americans. We have seen the results of our negligence, of our disregard, of our nonchalance, of our ignorance. We are now embroiled in a struggle made so much more bitter and harder by those fallacies of ours. Our weaknesses have_ been brought to light. On the eve of this campaign we have the problem brought sguarely to us. This year Federation has expanded its services and by necessity increased its budget and its goal. Federation's leaders have seen the need and urgency of so doing. They are well aware of conditions. They realize the additional difficulties they have created and the burden they have undertaken by this step. Fully cognizant of all this they by the urgency and demands, felt duty bound to ask the Greater Miami Jewish Community for continued, for additional, for more and greater support. Duty bound with the thoughts foremost in their mind, that human bond of human help for our brethren and all mankind must be undertaken and kept flowing; that the upbuilding of a homeland is a necessary step in the future of Judaism; that integration of the newcomer in this land is vital and now more than ever a requisite; that insurance must be taken and the premiums paid to prevent our undermining; that those sources of activities for youth must be kept flourishing insuring future generations travelling the right path. Federation's leaders felt duty bound to ask for more —even demand more, for they are faced with the basic principle of humanity—Self Preservation—Survival. This campaign these efforts, these funds are the fundamentals, the necessities, the requisites of Self-Preservation. That many of us realized our position is evidenced by the workers enrolled in this allout effort. It outnumbers by many any united single effort in the history of the community. The realization of the Greater Miami Jewish Community to awaken to these bare facts is the task to be accomplished by these workers. The cooperation of the community to these individuals is expected and must be given. -These people who are giving of their time and of much more are a part of Federation. Federation is that united agency doing the job that we as individuals or groups could not do. Federation is the agency through which all of us save thousands of dollars through the elimination of the multiplicity of drives and the duplication of efforts and wasteful expenses of over-organization. To make the campaign less difficult is but the question of our coming forward, doing our share—our part. That it will go over we are confident. That it will reach its goal we are sure. Remember we are Federation—Federation is all of us and for all of us. It is that medium and through its success that will enable us to carry our battle of Self-Preservation to Success. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMucify ewificknUai -By PHINEAS J. BIRONA Message From Federation Head ADL SPONSORS SYMPOSIUM AND CONFERENCE FEB. 14-15 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) appointed for the first time this year to function on an all yearround basis because of the many problems concerning the budget that are presented to Federation during its fiscal year. The Budget Committee has selected 46 agencies which become participants of your Federation. All these organizations look tp Federation for the collection of funds and as they become recipients, they agree not to make any direct appeal to our local Jewish residents. Every Jewish resident in Greater Miami has his responsibility to the wartime needs of our local Jewish organizations. It also has its due share of responsibility as American citizens in any treachery that would disturb our national unity; I refer to the propaganda of intolerance and racial discrimination. Also, its responsibility to the starving persecuted brethren beyond our shores who can still be kept alive through the assistance from American Jewry. Also, a responsibility to those brave settlers in Palestine who are giving their all to continue in helping the newcomer to settle in Palestine where 46% of the Jewish population is occupied in tilling the soil. Folks, in these wartime days, waste of essentials plays such an important part in our national defense work. Help the workers who are heartily giving up their time to call on you for your pledge to the 46 organizations. Please consider that they are using their cars and tires; do not have them call back. Sign your pledge. It's your insurance for tomorrow. Let us hope and pray for a victorious 1942 for all mankind. "Give as long as the Almighty gives you to live." Florida Regional Office of the Anti-Defamation League will sponsor a conference and symposium on Saturday evening, February 14th and Sunday morning and afternoon, February 15th at the Alcazar Hotel Roof Garden. Leading the discussion at this conference, which will be by invitation only, will be Richard Gudstadt, national director of ADL and a member of other outstanding personalities from the national headquarters of the League. BROWARD COUNTY B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN'S AUXILIARY A meeting of the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary of Broward County was held Thursday evening. January 8th at the home ol Mrs. C. Lamport. 1615 Funston Street. Hollywood. Mr. Vincent Howard, commander of the American Legion of Hollywood spoke before the group on Defense. The Treasure Hunt. Dinner and Dance given by the club will take place on Thursday evening. February 19th at 8:30 p. m. at the Spotlite Club in Hollywood. Social for men and women will be held on January 22nd at the Sheldon Hotel in Hollywood at which time installation of officers of men's organization will also take place. The next regular meeting will be on February 5th at the home of Mrs. E. Weinstein. 317 N. E. 13th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale. London (WNS)—A committee of Jewish refugees, now in England, has offered its assistance to representatives of the United Nations who will compile lists of Nazi atrocities, property seizures and killings, for presentation to the post-war peace conference, it was reported here recently. A Message From Board Chairman (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) selfishness and refusal to understand our moral responsibility permits the suffering to go unrelieved. Let every Jewish resident of Greater Miami understand that we must give to and answer the general call for civilian defense, for Red Cross services and for all other kinds of assignments connected with the war effort, as I know we are doing at the present time, and will coninuc to do; but let not one of us forget that true patriotism in time of crises cannot mean forgetting our duties to the family, to the local community or to the Jewish group within our own community and beyond. The Dade County Community Chest and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation need your help now more than they have ever before. War calls for additional effort and not merely changed effort and contributions. War calls for many sacrifices, and the additional contribution and additional time and effort we must now give are some of the essential costs that all of us shall gladly pay to win the victory and the peace to follow. Let every one of us give gladly and adequately to the 1942 campaign. COOPERATION Mrs. Ethel Grossman of the Grossman Private School has announced that for the duration of the camaign the facilities of the school are available to the children of team captains, free of charge. All team captains whose energies and time might be handicapped because of their children are asked to contact Mrs. Grossman, 2-0179 or Federation office where arrangements can be made for the children to be taken care of. THE JEWISH WAR FRONT Vladimir Jabotinsky's last book, "The Jewish War Front," which was published in London in 1940, will be issued in this country before long ... It contains an amazing analysis of the Jewish situation against the background of the war, an analysis which holds good today just as well as it did over two years ago, when Jabotinsky wrote it Among the most recent additions to the membership of the Committee for a Jewish Army are Dean Christian Gauss of Princeton, Senator James J. Davis of Pennsylvania, Rear Admiral Craben, Director Clifton Utley of the Chicago Council of Foreign Relations, Professor Emanuel Chappman of Fordham University and publisher John Farrar. We hope all of you saw that full-page ad on the Jewish army which recently appeared in the New York Times When the copy for that ad was handed in to the Times, whose policy of tiptoeing around Jewish issues, particularly those concerning Zionist policy, is well known, the sponsors were filled with considerable trepidation Various representatives of the Times powers-that-be had to be given a chance to censor the ad, and as the Committee's messenger cooled his heels outside various offices while executives scrutinized the copy, the Committee members wondered just how much next would be excised from the ad Finally the copy returned to the Committee members, and, sure enough, a correction had been made The Times censors had discovered that Hallett Abend, a member of the Committee, was designated as a New York Times correspondent—and removed that line because he is no longer their correspondent Although Mr. Abend has been a New York Times man for many years, covering the paper in the Far East, and particularly Japan, he is not at this moment doing a Times job, so the Times insisted that he be identified as a foreign correspondent only. LOOK AND LISTEN The Nazis sure are wishing that General Lvov's mother, a member of the Philadelphia Jewish community, had been right about her son, whom for many years she believed to be dead. For it's Lvov, as you must know by now, who is leading the Red Armies against Hitler's divisions in the Crimean campaign. Those Jewish leaders who still insist on vocilerously bemoaning the late of Jews in Russia are herewith invited to take a page from the book of Ed Sullivan, whom nobody can suspect ol even faintly pinkish tendencies Ed, evincing a spirit of Allied solidarny which the gentlemen were referring to would do well to emulate, nifties that tneres no stallin' with Stalin To which we may add our personal comment that there's no fear of Hitler's Mucado-iinnisn combination knocking him out Also on the subject ol Hitler's Hussian campaign, Louis Sobol observes that Adolf came in like a lion and went out like a lamp And Winchell prognosticates that when our Army, Navy and Marines hit Japan, the Mikado will be the name of a pencil instead of a ruler ... If you hear anyone spilling military secrets, he adds, shush the indiscreet one with: "That's sabotalk!" INFORMATION PLAYS March 30th of this year marks the 450th anniversary of the edict expelling the Jews from Spain, we are reminded by the list of "Salient Dates in Jewish History" in the newly published Volume V of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia ... As you commemorate this melancholy anniversary, however, you may be cheered by the recollection that less than seven months intervened between the expulsion and the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus And when you celebrate that 405th anniversary on October 12th of this year, keep in mind that the Silver Jubilee of the Balfour Declaration comes just three weeks later Returning to the Encyclopedia's list of dates important to Jews, which comes under the heading "History," you may be interested to know that the article immediately following is, by alphabetical necessity, the one on Adolf Hitler Cabbalists may find some significance in the fact that Hitler is thus sandwiched in between History (Jewish) and the Hittites, that longvanished nation of antiquity whose outstanding characteristics was the long, curved nose which Adolf considers to be a Jewish hait The Encyclopedia, incidentally, informs us that the Hittite language belonged to the Aryan branch, their nose formation notwithstanding. WORLD OF LETTERS Pinchas Rutenberg, who died a couple of weeks ago, could be the subject of a most fascinating biography, for his life was a most adventurous and colorful one In his revolutionary days in Russia, we understand, he personally chastised and purged many enemies ... And that, it is said, was the reason why he always wore gray gloves ... His bare hands reminded him too much of the occasion when he used them to dispose of a certain particularly vicious Czaristic agent ... We recomwhS t e ^ e u [ IY 0i R u u,enbera to biographer Emil Ludwig. he asked Greta Garbo for permission to write up her life, but Kahn^r, 90 \ ""5 ', ma !" *"<3 editors: Mrs. Otto H. Kahn back horn two and a half years in the Near East, a Behave t'Tl^f 1 Sl T madG f reqUen tii s to Pale *n*. ^ould have an interesting story to tell John L. Spivak the newsSs P re an ba W ct OSe -, eXP f eS f naUve Qnd ^efgn Su, coh^ncalledi T Z f6W J, 6 ? 8 Qnd Wh was ridicuIed and a n d ams whe he published the results of his investigaSTSiSw 1? h f findingS m y P' ove very helpfuMo his Uncle Sam, whos out gunning for Axis spies in dead earn(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)



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FRjDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 Jet* /s#? Fhrldian PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER l4 15 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jeffenon Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday evening will be Federation Sabbath at the Miami Beach Jewish Center and an Invitation has been extended through the courtesy of the Federation to Judge Morris Rothcnberg of New York City, ex-president of the Zionist Organization of America, to deliver the address of the evening at 8 o'clock. Dr Samuel Bension and Cantor Josef S Lengyel will officiate with the assistance of the Jewish Center Choir directed by Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning at 10 a. m. Rabbi Leon Spitz will preach on the Scriptural Lesson. The Prophetic Bible adult class will be instructed by Mr. Gershon at 4 p. m. Mincha services will be held at 5 p. m. and Oneg Shabbos with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cohen as hosts at 5:30, maariv services at 6 o'clock. President Frankel's Dinner President Frankel's Dinner will be definitely held on Washington's Birthday, February 22nd at the Grossinger Hotel. A magnificent program of music entertainment and dancing will be carried out. The reservations are limited to a restricted number of members and friends of the Center and of leaders of the Jewish community and the proceeds will be devoted to the Centers building and budgetary needs. Yiddish Movies Yiddish movies with English titles coupled with a witty English comedy will be shown at the Center this Sunday evening at 8 o'clock when the famous Broadway star and cantor, Moyshe Oyshcr will appear in the role of the Cantor's Son. Moishc Oyshcr will render many of his finest songs in a splendid repertoire which will greatly be enjoyed. Broadway's greatest critics have praised this movie most lavishly and patrons of our Center are invited to provide themselves with admission cards and not fail to attend this outstanding musical and entertaining event. Cards are available at the Center. Distinguished Kwartin Concert The world famous Cantor, Reuben Kwartin, will honor the Jewish Center when he will make his first and only appearance in Miami both at the Synagogue services on Sabbath morning, January 31st and in an elaborate and magnificent concert on Sunday evening, February 1st. Cantor Kwartin has recently returned from his family estate in Palestine and is wintering at the Beach. At the Center Forum services last Friday night the distinguished guest-star addressed the audience and urged the moral and financial support of the Center by American Jewry. Admission cards to the concert are now available at the Center office. Jewish Center Launches Discussion Forum The Jewish Center announces the launching of the Jewish Center Discussion Forum on Monday evening, January 19th to which the entire Jewish community, both men and women, are cordially invited. Dr. Samuel Bension will be the guest speaker at the opening Forum. Rabbi Leon Spitz, Dr. Carl Press, Mr. William Boxerman and other representative men and women in the community will appear as evening and will lead the discussion of current Jewish and general American problems in which the audience will be invited to participate. All men and women are welcome. There is no admission charge. Center Notes Under the auspices of the Center the Center station of the American Red Cross will give a concert this Saturday evening at Flamingo Park with Mrs. Esther Levy in charge and Miss Ruth C. Brotman in charge of the musical program. The proceeds will be devoted to the Red Cross War Relief. The Men's Club held an interesting General Membership Meeting with William Boxerman, head of the Florida Regional Anti-Defamation League, as the speaker. President Nat Hankoff presided and William Zuckerman was in charge of the program last Wednesday evening. The Center was happy to welcome Hadassah into its building last Monday afternoon. A record attendance was on hand. Plans are being formulated at a Sisterhood and Center Social League Committee to conduct a scries of Saturday night Receptions for the boys in the army and navy on leave in cooperation with the Greater Miami Army and Navy Jewish Committee headed by Miriam Sirkin. Jewish Arbor Day or Chamisho Oser B'Shevat will be celebrated by the Center Talmud Torah with an all-Hebrew program on Sunday, February 1st in the afternoon. Admission will be free to both parents and children of our school. The Center Sisterhood announces Sunday Night Hospitality during the entire winter season to all men and women in the community. Various entertaining features will be presented and refreshments will be served. All are welcome. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive— 6-126o Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Adler, mother of Mrs. F. Friedman; Mendel Cromer, husband of Florence Cromer; Abe W. Winston, husband of Bertha Winston. Yahrzeits: Louis Meisel, father of Max Meisel; Joseph Sandier, father of Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs. M. M. Nankin and Mrs. Henry Bulbin; Abram Englcr, husband of Mrs. Anna Englcr and father of Mrs. Leonard Epstein; Nathan Waxman, father of Mrs. Bcnj. LeVine; William Friedman, brother of S. S. Friedman; David Hammer, grandfather of Mrs. A. M. Wise; Harry Eddy Bowman, brother of Mrs. J. Damenstein; Joseph Perlman, father of Frank A. Perlman. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX %  CONGREGATION Rnbhl Zwltmnn will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to ay, each mutter will De held in strict confidence. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1545 B. W. Third Street CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services... 6:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. Evening Services Saturday morning Sunday morning 8 i?, c am Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Mrs. Louis Moraulies Reporting frj t,k David Congregation and Sisterhood Federation Sabbath Late Friday Evening Services At 8.15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the service. Cantor Henry Marbein assisted by a mixed choir will chant the services. In view of the Federation Campaign beginning January 18th, this Friday evening will be designated as Federation Sabbath". The guest speaker will be Stanley C. Myers, former president and present chairman of the board of directors who will discuss the subject, "Federation —Is That The Answer? There will be no appeal for funds, but a discussion of the importance of Jewish unity today. The Rabbi will summarize from a Rabbinic approach the different ideologies of Unity. An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services, arranged by Mr and Mrs. Isadore Langner in honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary. Congregational Meeting The regular monthly meeting which had to be postponed on (CONTINUED ON PAOE 6) Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, January 16th, 8:15 p. m. Federation Sabbath In keeping with the City-wide observance of Federation Sabbath, messages to the congregation will be given by: Benjamin E. Bronston, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation; Day J. Apte, chairman of the 1942 Federation Campaign; Morris Klass, executive director of the Greater Miami Federation, will speak on the subject "Insure Your Tomorrow." Services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. A reception for worshippers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, January 17, 11 a. m. Congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. Tuesday, all day, January 20, Standard First Aid course of the Red Cross is being given at Temple Israel on Tuesday morning at 10 a. m., and on Friday morning from 10 to 12 a. m. This is a five-week course (20 hours.) All those interested in taking this Standard Red Cross First Aid course are asked to register with the chairman. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet. Tuesday morning, January 20, Dade County Defense Council Canning project at 10 a. m. Wednesday morning, January 21st, Sisterhood Braille Class, at the Lighthouse, 601 S. W. 8th Avenue, Mrs. Philip Weinstein, chairman. Wednesday, all day. January 21st, Sisterhood Bazaar Sewing group, Mrs. Samuel Katz, chairman. Wednesday, January 21st, Dade County Defense Council Canning project at 10 a. m. Volunteers for this important work are needed. Please report to the Temple. Thursday, all day, January 22nd, Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing group. Men's Club At the annual meeting for election of officers of the Men's Club the following were elected for the ensuing year: Harold B. Spaet, president; Dr. Albert E. Rosenthal, 1st vice president; Jerome E. Freehling, 2nd vice president; Dr. Alfred Augustine, treasurer; Henry Kauffmann, secretary. Members of the Men's Club board of directors elected were: George Adler, Dr. Lawrence Adler, Harry Boyell, William Homa, Dr. Benjamin Landau, Herman Marks, Isaac Joffe, G. Louis Mendelson, Frank A. Perlman, B. W. Slote, Ed Lovetts, David Lyons, Hi Rifas, Dr. Irvin Silvern, Joseph Socoloff, Dr. Philip Weinstein. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Tillie Weil Sabbath Eve services Fridav at 8 p. m., including the second in a series of popular lectures, begun last week, on "What's in a Name'.'" Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood social, for men and women, benefit of the American Red Cross, Monday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood sewing day, for war relief organizations, Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Adult Bible and Hebrew class, Wednesday at 8 p. m. SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8 :00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 226S S. W. 21st Terrace Friday Night Forum "In the Name of God" will be the subject of this week's Friday night lecture by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Last week's subject was provocative of a great deal of discussion. We welcome young and old to this weekly Forum. Cantor Mamches leads in the communal singing. The service opens promptly at 8:30 and closes at 9:30 p. m. Sabbath Services Our Rabbi will preach on "The Leader" this Saturday morning. Our cantor will chant the prayer for the new month—Shvat which begins Sunday evening. Junior services will be held in our Community Building under the direction of A. Loskove. P. T. A. Tea Our Religious School P. T. A. invites its members, parents of our Religious School children and all adults interested in Jewish education to an Acquaintanceship Tea to be held at the London Arms Hotel this Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. A. Steinberg, president, will introduce the toastmaster, Mrs. Harry Faber. Mrs. Moses Krieger will give the invocation. Mr. Aaron Greenspan, accompanied by Miss A. Foster will render a number of vocal selections. Our Glee Club will offer a number of new songs. Refreshments will be served. There will be no solicitation c funds. Glee Club Our Glee Club will wear its new blue-and-white costumes for the first time at the P.T.A. Tea. Heading the costume committee were: Miss Beatrice Kalstein, Mrs. Hyman H. Enerfeld and Mrs. A. Steinberg. Miss Sonya Shpall with the assistance of Miss Foster are training the Club in a number of new Palestinian songs. Pro Patria There have been many requests that we publish from time to time a word of greeting from our members who are serving with Uncle Sam's fighting forces. We are pleased to accede to that request and convey the regards here of Dr. Milton S. Saslaw a former member of our board of directors, who serves with the medical corps in Camp Selby, Hattiesburg. Miss, and wants to be remembered to all. In the Synagogue Rabbi Kellner will preach a special sermon this Shabbos in conjunction with the forthcoming Federation drive and will speak on "Give and Help Give." The Sholos Sudos this week is donated by Fred K. Shochet in honor of his late father's yahrzeit, which was observed in the synagogue on Wednesday last. Rabbi Gluck meets with the Mishna class daily and at present teaches the tractate pesachim. Cultural Forum The next cultural forum of the synagogue will be held on Monday night. January 19th at 8:15 p. m. in the new synagogue and Rabbi Kellner will lead a discussion on "What I Don't Believe." A cordial welcome is extended to all. Jewish Radio Hour Rabbi Kellner will conduct the weekly Jewish radio program at 4:30 p. m. on Sunday next over Station WIOD and will speak on "A Total War. for Total Peace" and he will have as his guest Rabbi Harry Greenfield of Detroit. Rabbi To Talk Rabbi Kellner has been invited to speak before the "Town Hall of the Open Air" conducted by the Spinoza Forum and will speak on Tuesday night coming on the subject of "The Peace To Be." Boruch Hashem We rejoice with the family of our brother Nathan Adelman over his fortunate escape .from serious injury and we pray for his speedy and complete recovery. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen upon the birth of their daughter. May they Taise their offspring in good health and happiness. Congratulations We are pleased to extend sincere good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Foster upon the birth of their little girl and pray that they may raise her in good Jewishness and in great happiness. Now more than ever before your utmost help is needed. Support Federation. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY CONSECRATION 5301 West Flagler Street Full Information Gladly Given Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Avenue Telephone 5-4781 and 5-4782 '.L-'<~4&3 jir&&i i&£uat B^HBHHIal ^^^^^^^m



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PAGE SK fJewisti Tic rid ton FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942 (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) £&^r Fi^PraHnn *M. ? hc fflCeS 0f the Grea ter Miami Jewish mVtnr^ i P 5 s L wcek J i n res P nse l a call for volunteers is SltJ^l i7, C Addrcssed t0 D ay JApte, chairman of the 1942 rtMacDill Field. Tampa" ** fr m %  telei Luhman Sta,ioned Mr. Apte. upon receipt of the letter, stated that "This Gesture is a rnn Xa w Uh '! ,h ", s ,|rit that a f US have with regardto Federation. We will make sacrifices to make this drive a success JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN The establishment of Palestine as a Jewish Homeland is the keynote for Junior Hadassah's programs these days. The Miami Unit is among the 265 Junior Hadassah groups functioning in 42 states. Junior Hadassah which has a national membership of 20.000 maintains a children's village, a citrus farm and a nurse's training school in Palestine, and participates in the land-purchasing and reforestation programs of the Jewish National Fund. Junior Hadassah supports Youth Aliyah. the account of the "Black Out" last Sunday night, will be held this coming Sunday at 7 p. m. in our newly decorated auditorium. Federation Campaign We again urge our members and friends to volunteer their services 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, arid our Talmud Torah is a participating agency. Junior Services Junior Congregational services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Sisterhood Bulletin Mrs. Isadore Cohen, general chairman of the Annual Sisterhood Purim Ball, wishes to announce that this Traditional affair will take place in the Beth David Talmud Saturday evening, February 22nd. Full details will be mentioned in next week's issue. Yahrzeiten The following "Yahrzeiten" whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of Shevat. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the I Kaddish begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned: Chaim Shloma, brother of Daniel Sepler. January 19th; Yehudah Laeb, father of Mrs. Frances Warshoff, January 20th; Anna Weintraub. mother of Joe Weintraub. January 21st: Mendel Fisher, father of Mrs. N. Sperling. January 21st; Louis Simon, father of Murray Simon, January 22nd; Moshe. father of Mrs Win, Friedman, January 23rd; Rev. Mordecha Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz, January 24th; Yaakov, father of Norman Rossman. January 24th; Rivkah. sister of Florence Markowitz, January 25th; Hirsch, husband of uora Leiberman, January 25th; XAT} Hjrwhel. father of Mrs. Adolph Haimes, January 26th; Kaczel. mother of Mrs. Dora Cohen. January 30th; Yosef. in memory of Joseph Aronson. January 30th; Leah Raeza, mother of ?'u R P, yv,s January 29th; Yehudah Flvee, father of Louis Weinkle, January 30th; Moshe Zaev 5." 0 \ff u i? Markowitz. January 31st; Ehyohu, father of Herbert Kleiman. January 31st; Glicka mother of Mrs. Hillman Feb-' ruary 2nd; Yitzchock, father of Pictured above reading from left to right are: Mrs. Barney Weinkle, Mrs. EIry Stone and Mrs. Samuel Rost of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They are serving as unit chairmen in the forthcoming drive January 18th to 28th FROM THE SWIVEL HAIR C migration movemen^'which hasISfw^DavSC *& ***'# SZ2, "SIS 1 ,housands 'S^5 b [5 2 ff European children m Palestine, remow. February 2nd Ahrnn The second affair to be spon' Shloma. husband of Ida Mar" sored by the Miami Unit for fus. February 2nd; Sorah Baltunds to support these projects I mother of Mrs. S. J. Palwill be the annual mah jongg and card party which will be held at the Wofford Hotel on Monday evening. January 26th at 8 p. m Tickets are 75c per person which includes a full evening's entertainment, refreshments and door prizes. Miss Sylvia Geringer, general chairman and her committee composed of Miss Abbie Cohn Miss Lillian Cohen, Miss Mildred Friedman. Miss Hana Mack, Mrs Rochelle Sherman, Miss Bette Sir and Miss Belle Tannen have worked very hard in planning this party so I ask all of you, both men and women, to help these girls make this affair a success. Tickets may be purchased by any member of Junior Hadassah. lott. February 4th; Ester, mother of Jacob Scher. February 4thFohr" 1, = u r of So1 Rotford. February 5th; Chayim, father of MniT 3 •.K February 8th: Ch aya Molka, mother of Mohilner famW' F ebruary 9th TziDorah ther of Mrs. Katie Marks Feb{"hor 0 V tl } : Tobias Borochoff famer of Louis Borochoff February 12th: Memasche. father of Isadore and David Kaplan February 14th; Raeze Rochel, mother ?L h Isador <\ Goldstein, February r ( ,h;„ A r r0 1 h0m father ot Walter Lonen, February 15th. ~ Give now! Help now! Act Give now! Support Federation. JEWISH FEDERATION CAMPAIGN STARTS SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-608S PHONE 5-1317 Help Wanted Can you speak? ... Do you have any dramatic qualities? The ADL has need of several volunteers with some public speaking experience or the writing of radio scripts ... If you have talent and have time, enlist your services in a project related to your own welfare and security Give us a ring at the office and we'll be glad to talk it over with you. Confederate Hero On January 22, Judah P. Benjamin, Jewish Confederate secretary of state, will be honored by the United Daughters of the Confederacy ... A marker will be placed in his honor at Sarasola. Florida ... In connection A solicitor for the Brooklyn Jewish Examiner at present is visiting various Jewish individuals in this city. In at least one instance he represented himself to be affiliated with the Anti Defamation League and to be engaged in fighting anti-Semitism. We take this means of in!HT.u g th Jewish community £ I l i? L has no solicit in the field and has no affiliaion with the Brooklyn Jewish Examiner or any other periodical. H IT LIKES YOU AUGUST BSOTIS? C IS the BEST.' KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day p ho ne 2-3508 Perhaps it may be due to a misunderstanding Last spring some 90,000 were registered for volunteer service For a number of reasons, though, this list never was used ... It now is necessary to register again, not wait to get called The filter center especially is in need of women. So step up, folks, to the Ingraham Building ... Let those in charge have your names and qualifications Remember it is your own homes that you are preparing to defend The war effort is "One for all and all for one." Neither Jew Nor Christian Until recently Miami Beach could lay claim to an honor all its own ... It had the one. yes, the only specimen of its kind No. it wasn't a circus freak or a sideshow attraction ... It was the only neon sign in the world blazoning forth the stipulation of "Gentiles only" ... The owner finally changed his wording and the Beach lost a questionable distinction. We record also a change in advertising of that hotel with the nautical name located on the ocean The five obnoxious signs guarding the entrance have been removed completely. We wonder how many hotel keepers who advertise for "Gentiles only" have ever read the dictionary ... if ,h ey did, perhaps they, too. would be eager to change their signs Webster defines 'Gentile" as "one neither a Jew nor a Christian; a heathfl,-,' A flne c >>entele some establishments seem to be seeking I Men of Good Will "Men of good will resist every attempt to divide our citizens along racial or religious nr| es ... So runs one of the slogans issued by the National Conference of Christians and Jews ... Men of good will recently gave one disciple of bchickelgruber here in Florida the surprise of his life. A nation-wide non-Jewish concern which happens to employe few Jewish salesmen, had schedS,' convention at a certain Iff .7r tel • Just P rior ^ the affair ,t was learned that the md ageme, V would not allow tT,TL Cr i l. the Jewis religion Beach Commonwealth Title Company 208 Mercantile Bank Bldg. ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE ESCROWS PHONE 5-3346 W. J. McLEOD. JR. Vice President with the event we have prepared 'ife o d f BenJaSn d ram T t h i f g "T i suitable for presenta^ o^the K^ r mS oropram „f „_.. >e The concern insisted that the SEtoS^ em Plyees be accommodated along with the rest tnn'vo"! refused w hcreu P on the ?," n was cancelled so far cer,,.H partl A cular P'ace was consus •, n 'J %  ^ nd thc management sanS'doflars' 055 f ""* th U Jew, hi ', e W certainl y d on't want ;T n So. where they aren't men T" U S hearte !" g to see 2L2 f ? d Wil1 thus s "ow their contempt for the man of ill will. racv ,rf I Urfailh in the democucy of America Gut Shabbos! program of any group meeting n the community. scrTot" tnrl haVC the USe of th c v" pt for vour organization You need only call at the ADL onice Incidentally, the scrim is being used by B'nai R> fh Lodges throughout the state K w ... *tep U PFolks With all the newspaper nuh defense JE£7f %gg. Se^^^tVtSs^-T F LO* i 0A S E RVING *1"'CAN.J 4W .SH DINNER 4 4 6 COLLINS iVI MIAMI U*CH



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942 *Jewisti fkridiftn PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARHY SCHWARTZ Servicemen I The "Y" in Defense i's Dance Outstanding Success Soldiers and Sailors who attended the Servicemen's Dance at the "Y" last Saturday night acclaimed it one of the best dances of its kind that was ever held in this area. They should k now; they attend all of them. They were particularly pleased at the movies that were taken by our ace cameraman, Herman Waitsman, and which will be shown at our next Servicemen's Dance on January 24th. In order that there be no misunderstanding, these dances are conducted under strict rules and regulations as laid down by the National Defense Council. These rules provide that no girl under 18 years of age can be admited to these dances. Hostesses must bring the young ladies to and from the dance and no girl can be admitted without a ticket which is distributed by the Chief Hostess. Since so many requests have been made for tickets, the Army and Navy Committee sponsoring these dances, has decided to have a rotating system. A number of girls will be invited to each dance so that everyone will have an opportunity to be here. Last week our hostesses were: Mrs. Hacker, Chief Hostess; Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Day J. Apte, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Ethel Grossman, Mrs. Levitan, Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. A. Kravetz, Mrs. Kitty Greenstein, Mrs. Betty Rothschild, Mrs. Mildred Ruoenstein and Mrs. Essie Schaffer. Hostesses are appointed by the committee. Y. M. H. A. Building Designated as Emergency First Aid American Red Cross Station Through the efforts of Mrs. Essie Schaffer, our Red Cross First Aid Instructor, the Y. M. H. A. building was designated as an official emergency First Aid American Red Cross Station for the purpose of conducting standard first aid courses. The first course will open at the "Y" on Monday morning, January 26th at 9:30 a. m. and will continue every Monday through Friday thereafter. Classes will also be the evenings if enough persons desire to take such a course. All those interested please register at the "Y" immediately as no one will be admitted after registration is closed. Recreation Training Institute Maurice Grossman, executive director, in in receipt of a communication from Miss Elizabeth Bush, district supervisor of the Statewide Recreation Project, to the effect that a Recreation Training Institute will be held during the week of January 19th at the Gralyn Hotel. This Institute is free of charge and is especially designed for volunteers who are interested in conducting recreational activities for Servicement. It is emphatically obligatory to work after the training period and one should not undertake the responsibility of passing it on afterward. The following is a list of subject matter which will be included in this course: 1. Familiarize volunteers with the need and purpose of a Defense Recreation Project. 2. Party Plans. 3. Method of conducting a round dance for Servicemen. 4. Method of teaching square dancing for Servicemen. 5. Method of ballroom dancing. 6. Method of teaching and leading the La Conga. 7. Practice teaching for eac> volunteer. Anyone interested please contact Mr. Grossman and register with him. Arts and Crafts for Adults Mrs. Samuel Schaffer has been appointed chairman of the Arts and Crafts committee for Adults. The first session will begin on Wednesday, February 4th, at 2 p. m., and will continue every Wednesday afternoon thereafter. Girls' Group The Girls' Group recently organized at the "Y" has been meeting there regularly every Wednesday evening and has designated their group as The Girls' Progressive Club. The officers of the club are: Mildred Berkowitz, president; Ethel Pont, vice president; Marcie Adelman, secretary; and Bernice Greenstein, treasurer. Soldier's Hospitality Of the many letters that the "Y" receives from the different men in the service thanking us for the fine hospitality shown, the following letter is most extraordinary. Sometime ago a young man wrote to us from camp saying that he is an Austrian refugee, that he is without funds, but that he can get a furlough and asked us to arrange hospitality for him. Mr. Grossman contacted Mr. Irving Frankel, owner of the Norman Hotel. Mrs. Frankel replied, although the hotel is crowded, she would be glad to entertain him at her home. When this young man arrived, Mr. Grossman met him at the station and Mrs. Frankel picked him up at the "Y" and took him to her home where he was wined and dined. The following letter which was received from this young man should encourage others to follow suit. Ft. Screven, Ga. January 9, 1942 Mr. Maurice Grossman Miami, Fla. Dear Mr. Grossman: I am sorry that I did not have the chance to say goodbye to you and thank you personally for the wonderful furlough which you made possible by procuring the hospitality at Frankel's. Since I am in this country I never enjoyed any hospitality as much and I will always think with gratitude to you and Frankel's back to the beautiful time I spent in Miami Beach which gave me new strength to continue my service in the U. S. Army till victory is won. Yours gratefully, Private Henry Ungar Station Complement "Y" Elects New Board Members At a special meeting of the board of directors held on Wednesday evening, January 7th, David Brown and Leo Eisenstein were elected to fill existing vacancies. Both these gentlemen are well known in the community and the "Y" extends to them a most cordial welcome. YMHA Bowling League Standing emoriam DR. WEIZMANN OUTLINES JEWISH POST-WAR DEMANDS New York (WNS)—Dr. Chaim \ Weizmann, president of the Jew; ish Agency for Palestine and of the World Zionist Organization, outlined the Zionist post-war demands for a Jewish state in Palestine, in an article in the January issue of Foreign Affairs. "The Arabs." Dr. Weizmann stated, "will greatly profit from a British victory by obtaining independence in Syria and Lybia, and as large a measure of national unity as they themselves are capable of achieving. On the other hand, it is essential to obtain such a settlement in Palestine as will help to solve the Jewish problem—one of the most disturbing problems in the world. "The Arabs must, therefore, be clearly told that the Jews will be encouraged to settle in Palestine, and will control their own immigration; that here Jews who so desire will be able to achieve their freedom and self-government by establishing a state of their own, and ceasing to be a minority dependent on the will and pleasure of other nations. "In that state, there will be complete civil and political equality of rights for all citizens, without distinction of race or religion, and, in addition, the Arabs will enjoy full autonomy in their own internal affairs. But if any Arabs do not wish to remain in a Jewish state, every facility will be given to them to transfer to one of the many and vast Arab countries." Won 31 28 24 19 19 18 16 13 Lost 11 Schwartz Al Berkowitz Sam Seitlin Louis Spector Weinkle Abe Berkowitz Reisman Streit Averages M. Milstein Hal Berkowitz Sol Weinkle Levin Levinson Al Berkowitz Abe Berkowitz Reisman Schwartz Grossman Y. W. H. A. The Y. W. H. A. will hold a general meeting next Wednesday evening, January 21st at 8 p. m. in the "Y" Clubrooms. Their guest speaker will be a member of the Dade County Defense Council. Members and friends are invited. 14 18 23 23 24 26 29 108 105 105 104 103 102 191 100 100 99 Miami Jewish Federation Campaign begins Sunday, January 18th. I WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Producta" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Fold his hands upon his breast, Close his tired eyes, Let no wail disturb his rest Where he, sleeping lies. He has drunk life's honey-cup, He has drained the gall— You may pile Life's baubles up, He is through with all. He is through with laughter gay, He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away, All his dragging years. Sing him songs of quiet cheer, Sound no dolesome knell; 1 know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well." ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET DIED 6th OF SHVAT. 5689 (JANUARY 17. 1929) In Loving Remembrance His Children PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mr. and Mrs. Engel of Atlantic City, after spending two months at the Gilbert Hotel, left for Miami Beach where they will spend the remainder of the season at the Evans Hotel. LEGAL NOTICES Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman of Boston have arrived to spend the season. Mr. and Mrs. Gordin and J. Leo Rader were recent visitors from Belle Glade. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name or TUDOR INN at 221 N. E. 2nd St.. Miami, Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. J. H. PENFIELD 12/12-19-26 1/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ulflt the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EM-IS IN WONDERLAND FRUIT .SHIPPERS, located at 218 Espanola Wav. Miami Beach, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida Owned and Operated By LEO J. F.I.T.IS 12/19-28 1/2-9-16 Mrs. Esther Halpern is a patient at the Good Samaritan Hospital where she recently underwent an operation. Mrs. Carl N. Herman and Mrs. Alexander Gordon were recently announced as senior hostesses for the Morrison Field Club. LEADERS FEEL JEWS SHOULD BE PART OF UNITED NATION London (WNS)—The belief is gaining ground in both Jewish and non-Jewish circles here that recognized world Jewish organizations should be included among the United Nations which recently pledged in Washington a war to the finish against Hitlerism. Liberal European diplomats, supporting the views of British Jewish leaders, pointed out this week that the Jews were the first to suffer from Nazism. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LOU'S SERVICE STATION, located at 220. r i S. W. 8th St.,Miami, intendi to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads County. Florida. I/WIS SPECTOR 12/19-26 1/2-9-16 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ANCHOR HUNDRY AND CLEANERS. Intends to register the %  aid name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. S. STAMLER BURNETT ROTH. Attorney for Applicant. 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. In-• tends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALFRED GOTTESMAN 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCHERS, Intend to register the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ELYE MENDEL REISMAN MRS. ANNIE REISMAN 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of SILVER SERVICE COMPANY (not Inc.) intends to register the aald name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. MOE FEINGOLD 12/12-19-26 1/2-9 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engag* In business under the fictitious name Of OCEAN BREEZE HOTEL at 821 First St.. Miami Beach. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. moN L. ZAVON 12/12-19-J* l/2- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEFROY JEWELRY STORE at 168 E. Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. S. EISENBERG 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOODE PIE CO. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HYMAN GOTTESMAN SAUL MER1NGOFF 1/16-23-3 0 2/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engnge In business under the fictitious name of COLLINS PARK HOTEL, Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JONAS GREENWALD DAVID ROSNER 1/16-23-30 2/1-18



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PAGE EIGHT vJenisti Morid/ian FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942 T! IS REPUDIATED BY New York ( W N S ) — Henry Ford, who has been frequently linked with paid anti-Jewish propagandists, last week issued a strong denial of any anti-Semitic bias and condemned "hate-mongering" against the Jews as a "distinct disservice to our country." The automobile magnate repudiated charges of anti-Semitism, made against him with increasing frequency during recent years, in a letter to Sigmund Livingston of Chicago, national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The letter to Mr. Livingston followed shortly after a personal interview between Mr. Ford and Richard E. Gutstadt. national director of the Anti-Defamation League, at the Ford office in Detroit. Mr. Gutstadt reported later that he found Mr. Ford "very pleasant." The interview was arranged by Harry H. Bennett, Mr. Ford"s personnel director, who explained that the Detroit magnate was "highly indignant" over the charges of anti-Semitism levelled against him. In his letter Mr. Ford declared that he was convinced that "agitation for the creation of hate against the Jew or any other racial or religious group had been utilized to divide our American community and to weaken our national unity." The text of Mr. Ford's letter follows: "In our present national and international emergency, I consider it of importance that I clarify some general misconceptions concerning my attitude toward my fellow-citizens of Jewish faith. I do not subscribe to or support, directly or indirectly. | any agitation which would pro-1 mote antagonism against my Jewish fellow-citizens. I consider that the hate-mongering prevalent for some time in this country against the Jews, is of distinct disservice to our country, and to the peace and welfare of humanity. ''At the time of the retraction I by me of certain publications concerning the Jewish people, in ,' pursuance of which I ceased publication of "The Dearborn Independent," I destroyed copies of literature prepared by certain persons connected with its publication. Since that time I have given no permission or sanction to anyone to use my name as sponsoring any such publication, or being the accredited author thereof. 'I am convinced that there is no greater dereliction among the Jews than there is among any other classes of citizens. I am convinced, further, that agitation for the creation of hate against the Jew or any other racial or religious group, has been utilized to divide our American community and to weaken our national unity. "I strongly urge all my fellowcitizens to give no aid to any movement whose purpose is. to arouse hatred against any group. It is my sincere hope that now in this country and throughout the world, when this war is finished and peace once more established, hatred of the Jew. commonly known as anti-Semitism, and hatred against any other racial or religious group, shall cease for all time." Mr. Ford's present repudiation of anti-Semitism was regarded here as his strongest statement on the subject since June, 1927. when he addressed a letter to the late Louis Marshall "retracting" violent anti-Jewish attacks published over a period-of years in Mr. Fords magazine, the Dearborn Independent. Faced with a SI.000.000 libel suit. Mr. Ford al thai time wrote: I deem it my duty as an honorable man to make amends for the wrong done to the Jews as fellow-men and brothers, by asking their forgiveness for the harm I have unintentionally committed. by retracting so far as lies within my power the offensive charges laid at their door by these publications and by giving them the unqualified assurance that henceforth they may look to me for friendship and good-will." MIAMI FURRIER HAS MANY| SATISFIED CUSTOMERS B. SHEFNER Mr. B. Shefner. well-known lecurer in the Jewish world, will feature a series of talks under the sponsorship of the Workmen's Circle Branch 692 of Greater Miami. The lectures will take place at the Arbeiter Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach on Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. January 20th through 23 rd. Mr. Shefner is from Poland and prior to its downfall was connected with the publication "Folkseintung." He underwent a strenuous journey in leaving Na/i-controlled Poland and fill into the hands of the Russian authorities with whom he had great difficulties because of his writings about the Russian-German pact with Hitler prior to their disagreement Since his arrival in this country his articles have appeared in the 'Forwards." He has addressed many groups throughout the country and his audiences have acclaimed him as giving a complete insight into conditions abroad. Who will help if you don't. Support Federation. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Cu20sLfZ ^DR. MILES NERVINE —moAej aood Hundreds Of Thousands Of Times Each Year Dr. Miles Nervine Makes Good When you are wakeful, jumpy, restless, when you suffer from Nervous Irritability, Nervous Headache, Sleeplessness, or Excitability, give DR. MILES NERVINE a chance to make good for YOU. Don't wait until nerves have kept you awake two or three nights, until you are restless, jumpy and cranky. Get a bottle of Dr. Miles Nervine the next time you pass a drug store. Keep it handy. You never know when you or some member of your family will need it. At Your Drug Store: Small Bottle 25* Large Bottle $1.00 Dr. Miles Nervine Is also made In Effervescent Tablet from. STRICTLY L Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) est Herry Scherman, Bookof-the-Month mastermind, joined the ranks of book writers only three years ago. but his fourth opus has already been published. Its title is "The Lust Hope of Earth," ABOUT PEOPLE That OEM Film Division is going to be something, we can plainly see Now Ben Hecht has been drafted lo write a screen play for it Aside to R. A. of Jersey City: Thanks for the bouquet ... As it happens, we had known for some time about Laurence Steinhardt's new appointment—that's why we told you several weeks ago that something of the sort was in the air That handsome six-footer. Private Sam Springer of the U. S. Army, who is considered one of the bright prospects in the Golden Gloves boxing tournament for the benefit of the USO fund, is a nephew ol' the late Hebrew writer Reuben Brainin, and in private life a magazine illustrator This year, Dorothy Kilgallen reminds, marks just two decades •since the emergence of a new figure in the field of entertainment: The stooge And the "ist of the breed was Sid Silvers who today is an important Hollywood executive ... If you're a racing fan you've probably known it for a long time, but wove just discovered that the famous horse Alsab is named for his owner. Al Sabath Help rebuild Jewish lives in America. Support Federation. I. Rosengarten. Miami's pioneer furrier is receiving the plaudits of his many patrons for the satisfaction, quality and service rendered. They arc well aware that when buying from the wellknown furrier they will get the best furs the market affords. Purchasing a fur jacket is a very weighty matter and something not accomplished in a day's shopping, but instead requires considerable thought. However, an exclusive furrier establishment specializing in furs every day in the year solves the problem whenever any furs are purchased. Rosengarten devotes all his skill and concentrating constantly on modern methods and the newest styles, enables his customers to get the very latest and best in furs. It is true that furs are sold in many stores other than at fur establishments, but they are only handled a few months out of the year, the salespeople are not thoroughly acquainted with their qualities and these furs are not made by manufacturers who follow stock methods, and where individuality is not concerned. It takes a specialist to make truly smart coats and Mr. Rosengarten is considered one of the best when it comes to choosing furs. His establishment at 118 South Miami Avenue is new and spacious with certified vaults on the premises. The establishment specializes in remodeling, moth proofing, cleaning and glazing. Absolute protection for furs and rugs is guaranteed. E SUGGESTS BUYING DUDE PRODUCE AUGUST STUDIO ol Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldfl. Miami Beach Florida Buying of locally produced fruits and vegetables helps prosecution of the war in several ways, the Defense Council of Dade County announced this week in stressing a campaign for the purchase by Dade countians of Dade produce. This buying, Council officials pointed out. enables local growers to become more nearly self-sustaining and also gives them opportunity for planting "greater varieties, thus giving this area an increased source of food supply. In case of sustained attack on South Florida, a large crop of many kinds of fruits and vegetables would go a long way toward preventing an immediate food shortage in a community where many staple foods are imported from other sections of the nation. Not only that, but the increased consumption of locally raised produce would conserve gasoline and rubber, through the reduction of the long hauls needed to bring vegetables in the manpower hours used in driving trucks for such transportation. These steps, it was pointed out. leave the highways clearer and thus speed the transportation of war and defense materials and at the same time leave hundreds of men with time that can be used to better advantage in other defense steps instead of driving trucks of vegetables and fruits to Florida. Now available at moderate prices are the following Dadegrown foods: tomatoes, stringless and lima beans, carrots, Chinese cabbage, celery, lettuce, grapefruit, oranges, limes and papayas. cnr^-,o UrnitUre for Homes Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. inn M n1? 5 c Bisca yne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131-7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN e—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS-MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phone. MIAMI 2-7696-FT. 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inn iM ni mm % % % % % % %  iniim limill nun % % %  % % %  f iimi %  mil .1: limMll immSlllliiilllllllii lllllllllllllllllllllllll III lLI II wJewiJslh Fllcfiidliiaiin This Supplement Contains Information Regarding the Campaig n of Greater Miami Jewish Federation f SUPPLEMENT EDITION MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942 PAGE NINE FEDERATI O N 1942 GOAL SET AT $159,90 2 00 o — ~~ Many Workers Give Services For Huge Task More than 600 men and women have volunteered their services for the drive of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation which will officially open at a kickoff breakfast Sunday morning at the Terrace Grill on Miami Beach. These workers have been formed into teams of men and women and with a youth group work together with their captains in the various divisions. The leaders, team captains and their members enrolled to date include: OFFICERS Chairman—Day J. Apte. Vice Chairmen—Samuel Blank. Nathan Glosser, Maurice J. Kopelowitz. Marcie Liberman, Baron deHirsch Meyer, Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, William Taradash. Mitchell Wolfson. f Save Them From Destruction! Division No. 1—Special Gifts Chairman—Benjamin E. Bronston. Members—Leonard L. Abess, Rudy R. Adler, Morris Alpert, CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS 1002 Consress Bldg. Phone 3-5411 Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte, Mrs. R. W. Apte, Albert Berkeley, Samuel Blank, Dr. Frank Coret, Leo Eisenstein. Samuel Estroff, Isaac Levin, Joseph Lipton, Samuel Luby, Baron deHirsch Meyer. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, S. B. Miller, Stanley C. Myers, Max Orovitz, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Hy Rifas, Morton Russack, Monte Selig, Jacob Sher, Benjamin Slote, Elry Stone, Joseph Stein, Carl Weinkle, Gus Hilb, William D. Singer, Sol S. Goldstrom, M. Scheinberg,. Apartment House Division Chairman—Daniel Broad. Captain, Team No. 51—Matthew Silverstein. Captain, Team No. 52—Albert L. Kahn. Captain, Team No. 53—Bertram Raff. Captain, Team No. 54—Martin Lipman. Captain. Team No. 55—Mrs. Jeanette Eisner. Captain, Team No. 56—Peretz Kottler. Captain, Team No. 57—Jacob Lurie. Volunteer Service Division Chairman, Mrs. Monte Selig. Office Unit—Mrs. Arthur Sporburg. Telephone Unit, Division 10— Mrs. Daniel Rosenbaum. Publicity Division Chairman—William Boxerman. Give Them A Helping Hand The juggernaut of war and oppression has bowed down many hundreds of thousands of Jews in European lands and is threatening the existence of millions of others. The United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs-and Palestine represents American Jewry's all-out effort to assure the survival of the Jewish people. Maximum resources are required to provide urgently needed war relief and rehabilitation assistance through the Joint Distribution Committee; to promote the upbuilding and defense of the Jewish homeland in Palestine through the United Palestine Appeal; and to provide for the integration of refugees in the United States through the National Refugee Service. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Give Now to the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish Federation Campaign -i'-ti.; '.t~a^j, ,; A4i>j t-ij;w,wi -'^< •-1,^' t^i^ mnfisSiJsSS*'



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PAGE TEN vjenisti noridian FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942 VOLUNTEER WORKERS TO AID IN CAMPAIGN (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 Workers, Mrs. William Boxerman, Albert Berkeley. Chairman, Speaker's Unit, Rabbi Max Shapiro. Professional Division Miami Chairman—Jos. Weintraub. Unit Chairmen—Albert Bernstein, Dr. Albert Rosenthal, Dr. Philip Weinstein. Miami Beach Chairman—Harold Turk. Unit Chairmen—Dr. Frank Coret. Dr. Stanley Frehling. Walter Kovner. Arrangements Chairma n—Mrs. Benjamin Bronston. Youth Division Chairman—Jerome Weinkle. Men's Division Chairman—J. Gerald Lewis. Chairman. Miami Unit—Leo Ackerman. WorkBarney Ernest WorkCAPTAINS AND WORKERS Team No. 21 Captain. Burnett Roth. ers: Marx Feinberg, Goodman, Max Silver, Sussman. Team No. 22 Captain. Lionel Cassel. ers: Alvin Cassel. Ben Appleman, Jasper Cromer. Sidney Wasserman, John Weiss, George Wolpert. Team No. 23 Captain, Al Pallot. Workers: Jack Apte, Dr. Samuel Beckman, George Chertkof. George Goldberg, George Rachlin, Frank Rose, Al Rosenfeld, Harry S. Schwartz, Sam Seitlin. Team No. 24 Captain, Isaac Levin. Workers: Abe Aronovitz, Henry Bulbin, Abe Kurman. Harry Oliphant, Sam Simonhoff. Team No. 25 Co-Captains. Harry Boyell, and Douglass Raff. Workers: David Bass. Bernard Blank. Jerome Freehling, Henry Kauffmann, John Mand. Jules Pearlman, Frank Pearlman. Morris Rubin, Isadore Weinstein, and Herman Wronker. Team No. 26 Captain, Harold Tannen. Workers: Alvin Cassel. Harold Cromer. Maurice Cromer. Wm. Homa. Edward H. Levin. Nathan Raymond, Arnold Rubin, Jay R. Schwartz, Leonard Egert. Team No. 27 Captain, Milton A. Friedman. Workers: Amos Benjamin, Joseph J. Bermann. Alex S. Cohen, Edward Fink. Emanuel Gordon. Hyman Kaplan. Samuel J. Rand, Arthur Rifas. F. E. Stern, Herman Waitsman, David Frank, George Siegel, Leo Steinman. Harry Warren, Samuel Green, berg. Team No. 28 Captain. Leon Lieberman: cocaptain, Albert Quadow. Workers: Leonard Margolis, Harry Bell. Sam Blanch, Wm. Cootner, L. Grossberg, Gilbert Levy, and Charles Rosengarten. Team No. 29 Captain, Hyland Rifas. Workers: I. B. Berk, Jesse Glance, Henry Kauffmann. Leon Kaplan, Victor Levine, P. Neuwirth, Arthur Rifas, Dave Rifas. Team No. 210 Captain, H. M. Drewich. Workers: William Clein. Rabbi H. M. Kagcn, Max Mintzer Team No. 211 Captain. Albert A. Green; coraptain, Sylvan Myers. Workers: Benjamin Davis. Morris. Green, William Lehman. Robert Lewin] Jack Lindheimer. Arthur Rabe, Marvin J. Rauzin. Daniel Roscnbaum, Arthur Shandloff. Team No. 212 Captain, Sam Silver. Workers: Morris Bierman, Leon Elkin, Joseph Scheinberg, Ben Silver, Morris Wroobel. Team No. 213 Captain, Joseph Berman. Workers: Miliord Davis, Max Hoffman, Lew Kane, Arthur S. Kerne, Herman Pearl, Douglass Raff, Hugo Shonberg, Saul Von Zamft, J. J. Zion. Team No. 215 Captain, J. A. Pisetsky. Workers: Harry Blumin, Harry L. Davis, Herman Goldberg, M. Lasky, Sidney Lefcourt. Philip S. Optner, Abe Schonfeld. David Stugin. Team No. 216 Captain, S. B. Miller. Team No. B-21 Captain. Burton Kahn. Workers: Julian Friedman. Edwin Finsilder. Albert Lehrman. Irving Liebowitz, Max J. Lubin. Samuel Pepkowitz, Philip Salmon. Team No. B-22 Captain. Kenneth Oka. Workers: Harry Levin. Joseoh Tepper. Team No. B-23 Captain, William Feuer. Worki is, Jerome Bloom. Benjamin Chaves, George Fcuer. Isadore Friedman. Samuel Goodman, M. Gottleib, Sylvan Lazarus. Al Ossip. Jack Rosen, Max L. Thomson. Team No. B-24 Captain, Harry Gordon. Workers: Murray Berger, Herman M. Berk. Herbert Fisher. Charles Gertler, Leonard Gross, Morris Kanter. Sam Lachman, John E. Porte. Milton Wasman, Dr. Eugene Weiss. Team No. B-25 Captain, Morton Russack. Workers, I. A. Dubinsky, Nathan Kaplan, Fred Sheldon, Mayer Spiesberger, O. Weiner, Albert Leibow. Team No. B-26 Captain, Louis Marcus; co-captain, Harry Rose. Workers: L. Backerman, H. Fried, Mr. Hochman, M. Jacobs. J. Kay, J. Kesit. H. Laibson. J. Pollack, P. Rabinovitz, A. Solomon. Team No. B-27 Captain. Harry Zukernick. Workers: Dr. William H. Bernstein, Leonard H. Gross, Herbert J. Horowitz. Samuel W. Mayser, J. Bernard Spector. Harold Ungerleider. Bertram C. Waller, Max Meisel. Team No. B-28 Captain. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, co-captain. Max Feit. Workers: Edward Bender. M. B. Frank, Dave Goldstein, Emanuel Weinberg. Team No. B-29 Captain, George Bertram. Workers: Leo Chaikin, Harry Cornblum, Stanley Gettes, Isadore Greenstein. Charles Weinstein, Louis Groner. Team No. B-210 Captain, Henry Seitlin. Workers: N. Bookspan, M. Emanuel. D. Friedman, R. Gerbert, M. Hantman, Louis Marcus, B. Minenberg, D. Stone, J. E. Zevin. Jlo4* you*. 1942 Qed&mtioH. SHMGA. UMU U d+UtuLdmd 60* 2** FOOD RELIEF AND RECONSTRUCTION EDUCATION AND CULTURE JEWISH SERVICE RECREATION HOSPITALS DEFENSE AGENCIES AND AND CHARACTER ORPHANAC.E5 BUILDING WOMEN'S DIVISION Chairman. Mrs. Stanley C. Myc.-s.Miami Unit Chairman Mrs. Elry Stone. Team No. 41 Captain. Mrs. Al Berkeley. Workers: Mrs. Sam Estroff, Mrs. Mrs. Harry Steinberg, Mrs. John Temple. Team No. 44 Captain, Mrs. Henry Seitlin Workers: Miss Sylvia Abrams, Mrs. S. Augustine. Mrs. Morris Bear. Mrs. M. Beck, Mrs. Sonia Gerbert. Mrs. Jackson Hertzbcrg, Mrs. Grace Hoffman. Mrs. Leibman, Mrs. Ann Sepsenwoll, Mrs. S. Shapoff. Team No. 45 Captain. Mrs. Sam Luby. Workers: Mrs. Marrice Cohen, Mrs. M. Davis. Mrs. Benjamin Dubin, Mrs. H. Friedman, Mrs. H. Kelman, Mrs. G. Leschel, Mrs. Myron Newman, Mrs. N. B. Ross, Mrs. Francis Stark, Mrs. M. S. Taplin, Mrs. Herman Wronker. Team No. 46 Captain, Mrs. Herbert Scher. Workers: Mrs. Nat Blumberg, Mrs. Maurice Furman, Mrs. Anna Gordon. Mrs. Benjamin Kohl, Mrs. Maury Koven, Mrs. Max Marks, Mrs. Louis Rifas, Mrs. Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. Sess Rosenthal. Mrs. Leo Steinberg, Mrs. Samuel Getzug. Team No. 47 Captain, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz; Co-Captain, Mrs. Harry Oliphant. Workers: Mrs. J. Barabash, Mrs. Jacob Engler, Miss Mollie Engler, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. Frank Oliver. Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs. Abraham Rubin, Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, Mrs. Nat Zalka. Team No. 48 Captain, Mrs. Morris Jacobs; Co-Captain, Mrs. Charles Greenstein. Workers: Mrs. R. Abel, Mrs. A. Arnov, Mrs. H. Ehrlich, Mrs. R. Ehrlich, Mrs. Charles Lefkove, Mrs. Phil Lener, Mrs. L. Levenson, Mrs. N. Namoff, Mrs. B. Rifkind. Mrs. J. Segal, Mrs. H. Waitsman, Mrs. P. Spivack, Mrs. Tetelbaum, Mrs. Zelser. Team No. 49 Captain. Mrs. Harry Orlin; CoCaptain, Mrs. George Wolpert. Workers: Mrs. Louis Baron, Mrs. S. B. Feldman. Mrs. Albert Rosenthal. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs. Libby Sterling, Mrs. Jack Stone. Team No. 410 Captain. Mrs. Harry Rubin. Workers: Mrs. J. H. Cohen. Mrs. Joseph Fine. Mrs. Leo Hohauser, Mrs. Anne Pastroff. Mrs. Douglas Raff. Mrs. Martin Raff, Mrs. Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. Harold Spaet, Mrs. Max Steuer. Team No. 412 Captain. Mrs. Albert E. Pallot; Co-Captain, Mrs. Sanford Kramer. Workers:—Mrs. Alvin CasHerman Wall. Mrs. Harry Wohl, Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky. Team No. 415 Captain. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Workers:—Mrs. J. L. Jacobs, Mrs. H. August, Mrs. Beatrice Cohen, Mrs. B. Busker. Mrs. Isidore Fine. Mrs. Florence Ghen, Mrs. Lena Janis. Mrs. Gco. Kaplow. Mrs. Minna Lavine, Mrs. Alice Pusar. Mrs. Rothchild, Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Emil Gould £j M £s7er Cr *'" ST Le r v-in C M a rs 10 ? k"Vi "? 2* !" >" ^SSL^TSL "? Levin, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Wm. Shayne. Miss Marcella Ungar, Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. Sam Zinkow, Mrs. Ben Markowitz. Team No. 42 Captain, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan Workers: Mrs. Leo Ackerman, Mrs. George Adler, Mrs. Samuel Dreisen, Mrs. Marx Feinberg, Mrs. Henry Heilbrun, Mrs. Sam Karns, Mrs. Edward Klein, Mrs. Nathaniel J. Klein, Mrs. Leon Levy, Mrs. Blanch Spitz, Mrs. Max Sugarman. Team No. 43 Captain, Mrs. George Chertkof f. Workers: Mrs. Jack Wm. Baros. Mrs. Harry Blumin, Mrs. Milton Friedman, Mrs. Leon Kaplan, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. Sam Silberman, Mrs. Minna Sobin Green, Mrs. Leon Green, Mrs. Louis Pallot, Mrs. Burnett Roth, Mrs. Julius Saperstein, Mrs Harry Schulman. Mrs. Jay Schwartz, Miss Adele Segal. Team No. 413 Captain, Mrs. Max PepperCoCaptain, Mrs. J. Shaeffcr. Workers:-Mrs. Hilliard Clein, Mrs Jerome Freehling, Mrs. Harry Hacker, Mrs. A. Kanner, Mrs Reuben Lubel, Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg, Mrs. Sam Shoeffer, Mrs. H Morris. Team No. 414 Captain, Mrs. Herman Wepman; Co-Captain, Mrs. Gordon Davis. Workers:-Mrs. Barney Goodman Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein, Dr. E. Klass, Mrs. Corrine Lehman, Mrs. Edward Lovitz, Mrs WOMEN'S DIVISION MIAMI BEACH Women's Special Gift Division, Mrs. Moses Krieger, Unit chairman. Unit Chairman. Mrs. Barney Weinkle; chairman, Mrs. Samuel Rost. Team No. B-41 Captain, Mrs. Harry Platoff. Workers: Mrs. Eleanor Bearman, Mrs. Beck Feinberg, Mrs. J. J. Goodman, Mrs. Ida Miller, Mrs; B. Rimer, Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild. Team No. B-42 Captain, Mrs. Sarah Berman. Workers: Mrs. Corbin, Mrs. Diamond, Mrs. Esther Eastman, Mrs. Gertrude Gross, Mrs. Hankoff, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Claire Salmon, Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, Mrs. Mae Sussman. Team No. B-43 Captain. Mrs. Bessie Mankes. Workers: Mrs. S. Rosenfeld, Mrs. Mae Stewart, Mrs. R. Schwartz. Mrs. Lena Wolk, Miss Molly Goodlaw, Mrs. B. Sadowsky. Team No. B-44 Captain, Mrs. Edward Friedman. Workers:—Mrs. Walter Bauer, Mrs. A. Eisenberg, Mrs. Fuerst, Mrs. Ethel Goldstein,, Liebling. Mrs. William Rose, Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Kohn, Mrs. Norman Samuel Rubenstein, Mrs. Eva Sawitz, Mrs. Louis Schwartz. Team No. B-45 Captain. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Workers: Mrs. James Albert, Mrs. William Bernstein, Mrs. Leo Chaiken. Mrs. Dave Emmer. Mrs. William Feldman, Mrs. Eleanor Marcus, Mrs. Leo Radoff, Mrs. Laurence Sapero. Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Belle Wolf. Team No. B-46 Captain. Mrs. Benjamin London. Workers: Mrs. Anna Berow. Miss Rose Bernstein, Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. Genet, Mrs. Isidore Goldberg. Mrs. Louis Green Mrs. R. Kalstein, Mrs. J. Krieger, Mrs. Moses Mcscheloff, Mrs J Morris, Mrs. A. Rakoff, Mrs. Schlessinger, Mrs. Anna Sir, Mrs B. Wolff. Team No. B-47 Captain. Mrs. Sol Lutsky. Workers: Mrs. Milford Brotman, Mrs. L. Glasser, Miss Betty Gold Mrs. Ruth Levy, Miss Sadie Weiner, Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, Mrs. Mae Zinn. Team No. B-48 Captain. Mrs. Frank Coret. Workers: Mrs. Morris Alpert, Mrs. Irwin Berry, Mrs. Harry Kerz.n. Mrs. Herbert Kleiman, Mrs. Joe Lipton, Mrs. J. B MarM 0 ic S T ", Norman Rossman, Mrs. J. L. Siegel, Mrs. Harry Simon, Mrs. Meyer Wigdor, Mrs. Joseph Williamson. Team No. B.49 Captain, Mrs. Harold Turk Wor kcrs: Mrs. Joseph Berman; vlt 4? Eisens t-"in. Mrs. Jack talk, Mrs. Arthur Greenfield, Mrs. Harry Haft, Mrs. Milton Kleiman. Mrs. Abe Mazor, Mrs. Alfred Oboler, Mrs. Al Richardson, Mrs. Elsie Slutzkin. Team No. B-410 Captain, Mrs. Rose Marcus. Workers: Mrs. Sarah Abrams, Mrs. Appel, Mrs. D. Blum, Mrs. Bucksbaum, Mrs. Rose Deckowitz, Mrs. M. Goldsmith, Mrs. Gratz, Mrs. Tillie Hautman, Mrs. Anna Hopenhime, Mrs. Lena Mintses, Mrs. D. Seltzer. Mrs. Silverman, Mrs. Subow, Miss Shirly Tarr, Mrs. Leon Whitz, Mrs. Meriam Wolfman. Team No. B-411 Captain, Mrs. Lillian Gottesman. Workers:—Mrs. S. Cohen, Mrs. B. Meringoff, Mrs. John Meyer, Mrs. R. Rothman. Team No. B-412 Captain, Mrs. Walter Bronston. Workers: Mrs. Robert Bergeron, Mrs. Adele Felix, Mrs. Jules Gillette, Mrs. Minna Goodman, Mrs. Irvin Grossman, Mrs. Sam LaVine, Mrs. Rhoda Levine, Mrs. Fred Midleburg, Mrs. Sylvia Schwartz, Mrs. Malcolm Ulman. Team No. B-413 Captain, Mrs. Harold Rand. Workers: Mrs. David Catsman, Mrs. D. Drosner, Mrs. Stanley Frehling, Miss Thelma Goldstein, Mrs. Walter Kovner, Mrs. Jack Miller, Mrs. B. Turchin. Team No. B-414 Captain, Mrs. Milton Travers. Workers: Mrs. Anna R. Berow, Mrs. Henry Hohauser, Miss Dorothy Honigsberg, Mrs. Milton Jacobs, Mrs. Saul Kaplan, Mrs. Marie Rosenstein, Mrs. Nelson Zivitz. Team No. B-415 Captain, Mrs. Ada Joseph. Workers:—Mrs. George Collier, Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Leo Huberman, Mrs. Cora Sachs, Mrs. Mella Salomon, Mrs. H. Puskin. Team No. B-4I6 Captain, Mrs. M. Wainer. Workers:—Mrs. Benson. Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Jokel, Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs. Malsheir. '~ : kx %  : • j I i :& %  4 LAUDS HILLEL FOUNDATION Gov. Herbert R. O'Conor, of Maryland, who hailed the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Maryland as a vital agency for deepening the religious loyalties of American youth.



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942 +JewlstncrkUari PAGE ELEVEN WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO LOCAL Young Men's Hebrew Association Program: To develop youth and adults inellectually, socially, and physically and to imbue them with a knowledge and love of things Jewish, and good citizenship. Activities include dramatics, army and navy work, vocational guidance, etc. Federation has materially increased the budget to foster a more intensive program that will meet war time needs in a growing community. Character-Building Activities on Miami Beach This year Federation is extending its recreational and cultural program to Miami Beach. Similar to services sponsored by the Y. M. H. A., the Beach program will include those activities necessary for the development of good citizenship and Jewish life on a high cultural level. Hebrew Education The 1942 allotment for Hebrew schools has been increased by Federation, which is looking forward to the establishment of a uniform system of instruction in Greater Miami so that Jewish youth may benefit from the best of Hebrew teaching standards. Free Loan Fund A reserve has been set aside for the establishment this year of an independent, communitysupported agency for giving loans without interest to small Jewish merchants facing loss of business and livelihood. State and Local Refugee Activities Federation continues to support the state refugee program, which resettles newcomers, and the local program, which includes port and dock representation, Americanization work, relief and rehabilitation of refugees in Greater Miami. REGIONAL Hebrew Orphans Home Atlanta, Ga. Program: To place children in foster homes, subsidize widowed mothers and provide family welfare service in communities having no local agencies rendering this service. It is the only Jewish child-caring agency south and east of Washington, D. C. State Student Union Program: To offer Jewish cultural and religious opportunities to Jewish youth enrolled in the colleges and universities of Florida. NATIONAL American Jewish Congress Program: To protect political, economic, religious and human rights of Jews, to sponsor InterAmerican Jewish Conference and to study Jewish peace aims. B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Program: To offer cultural and religious opportunities to Jewish youth at school and at home through Hillel Foundations and AZA, and to broaden their vocational horizons through the Vocational Service Bureau. Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Program: To organize, coordinate and service Jewish federations, welfare funds and community councils in America. Jewish Braille Institute Program: To promote the cultural and religious interests of the Jewish blind. Jewish Consumptive and Ex-Patients Home, Denver, Col. Program: To give free treatment on a non-sectarian basis to tuberculous patients and to care for those released from the hospital. Jewish Labor Committee Program: To act as spokesman for the Jewish laboring masses of America and to function as a Jewish defense agency operating in labor groups, in cooperation with other national civic-protective organizations. Jewish Theological Seminary Program: To train men for the rabbinate and for research, religious education and community services. Joint Defense Appeal Program: To raise funds for the following two major national Jewish defense agencies: American Jewish Committee: To safeguard civil and religious rights of Jews, to combat discrimination and allay prejudices, to aid victims of persecution and calumny. Anti Defamation League of B"nai B"rith: To eliminate defamation of the Jews, to advance good will, to safeguard democracy by promoting understanding among all elements in America during peace and war. National Jewish Hospital Denver, Colorado Program: To give free treatment to tuberculous victims on a national scale, without distinction of race or creed. Yeshiva College New York City Program: To promote Judaism and Jewish culture among American Jews through a rabbinic department, teachers' institute, graduate school, high etc. American Academy for Jewish Research Program: To foster and promote Jewish learning and research and to support distinguished American and European scholars. Conference on Jewish Relations Program: To promote through research a better understanding of basic factors which determine the position of Jews in the modern world. Dropsie College Program: To promote higher Jewish learning among students of all races and creeds. Ex-Patients Tubercular Home Denver, Colorado Program: To care for tuberculous patients released from hospitals and santoriums. Hebrew Theological College of Chicago Hebrew Union College Jewish Chautauqua Society Program: To arrange lectures on Jews and Judaism for Christian student bodies and faculty members of American universities. Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Program: To care for individuals suffering from tuberculosis. Jewish Institute of Religion Program: To train in liberal spirit men for Jewish ministry, research, religious education and community services. Jewish Occupational Council Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital Hot Springs, Arkansas Program: To give free treatment on non-sectarian basis to those afflicted with arthritic and rheumatic diseases. National Farm School Program: To give vocational training in agriculture. National Home for Jewish Children Program: To care for children whose parents have come to Denver for treatment of tuberculosis. and victims of economic maladjustment fit themselves for, and find jobs in agriculture, trades and crafts, and thus becqrne self-supporting in countries where they live or may settle. Federated Council of Palestine Institutions Program: To raise and allocae funds for 133 traditional, independent religious and philanthropic institutions in Palestine, including seminaries, institutions for the blind, insane, etc. Hadassah Program: To foster Zionist ideals among the women of America, to maintain hospitals and public health services in Palestine, and to remove refugee youth from war-torn areas to Palestine through Youth Aliyah. Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society Program: To facilitate the emigration and entry of immigrants to lands of refuge, to welcome and shelter them upon arrival, and to help them adjust themselves to their new environment. National Labor Committee for Palestine Program: To mobilize moral and material support of American Jewry for the Jewish workers and pioneers in Palestine. Pioneer Women's Organisation Program: To upbuild Palestine along cooperative lines and to raise funds for the Working Women's Council of Palestine, which assists 90,000 women and children. United Jewish Appeal Program: To raise funds for the following three agencies handling overseas relief and rehabilitation, refugee aid here and OVERSEAS American Ort Federation Program: To help refugees abroad and immigration and settlement in Palestine. Joint Distribution Committee: To rehabilitate and give relief to distressed Jewish populations in over 50 countries, to facilitate emigration of refugees, to maintain needy while waiting to emigrate, etc. Money is spent without aiding totalitarian countries or violating British blockade. United Palestine Appeal: To serve as the instrument of American Jewry for upbuilding the Jewish Homeland, where it is dedicated to the tasks of immigration, colonization, land reclamation, industrial development, social and cultural rebirth, etc. National Refugee Service: To assist newcomers to America by maintaining specialized services which include resettlement of new arrivals, relief, retraining, employment bureau, guidance to over 900 refugee committees in America, etc., and assistance to refugees under war-time restrictions. Yeshivoth (Seminaries) Program: To maintain the hundreds of religious and rabbinical centers of learning abroad and to support their rabbis and families. American Friends of the Hebrew University Program: To raise funds for, and promote interest in the Hebrew University in Palestine and to provide American representation on the HU board. Fund for Jewish Refugee Writers Program: To aid in all parts of the world Jewish writers and scholars who are victims of persecution. Jewish Telegraphic Agency Program: To act as central news gathering and distributing agency, serving Jewish press the world over, as well as non-Jewish press. Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund Program: To further Hebrew culture and literature in Palestine and throughout the world. Palestine Orchestra Fund Program. To maintain worthy musicians and to sponsor concerts. Palestine Symphony Choir Program: To colonize in Palestine cantors and singers now residing in oppressed European countries and to help create a symphonic choir. Yiddish Scientific Institute New York City Program: To collect, preserve and study scientifically every phase of past and present Jewish life, particularly in the U. S. frAgixm 40 T H Y EAR JEWISH NAT'L FUND JioAfi th& Support Federation CONTINUE THIS Y.M.H.A. PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL Arts and Crafts Book Reviews Concerts Conversational English Current Events Debates Dramatics Badminton Ballet Dancing Basketball Billiards Bowling Employment Placements Forum Holiday Celebrations Home Camp Lectures Library Music Appreciation Music Classes HEALTH EDUCATION Boxing Calisthenics Gymnasium Handball Horse Shoe Pitching Photography Public Speaking Radio Broadcasts Refugee Rehabilitation Social Service Vocational Guidance Workshop for Children Ping Pong Softball Tap Dancing Volleyball Wrestling THE "Y" IN DEFENSE Red Cross First Aid Classes Hospitality for Service Men U. S. O. Dances for Service Men Cooperation with Dade Co. Defense Council Annual Dance Bridge Parties Cavalcade of Stars SOCIAL Club Parties Dances Hot Dog Roasts Moving Pictures Watermelon Festivals DIVISIONS OF THE Y. M. H. A. Senior Men's Division—21 Years and Over Women's Division—21 Years and Over Junior Division—Boys and Girls 16 to 21 Sub Junior Division—13 to 16 Years of Age Boys—Yacs Girls—Y-Ettes FOR YOUTHS UNDER 13 YEARS OF AGE Boy Scouts AM Scouts • % 



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PAGE TWELVE vJewisMcridian FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942 HOW MUCH? "How much would you give il each of these 46 Agencies held its own campaign and came to you during 1942 lor support?" The Federation represents 46 individual agencies and institutions to which you would give separately. Do your own Bookeeping! Put down the annual amount you would give to each, if each had separate campaigns. Then give LIBERALLY to all, in one lump sum. FOOD RELIEF RECONSTRUCTION American Ort Federation $ Hadassah HIAS Jewish Braille Institute Miami Free Loan Fund National Labor Committee. Palestine Pioneer Women's Organization Refugee Service in Miami and Florida United Jewish Appeal American Jewish Committee Joint Distribution Committee United Palestine Appeal National Refugee Service TOTAL SERVICE AGENCIES Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Jewish Occupational Council TOTAL $ RECREATION CHARACTER BUILDING Young Men's Hebrew Association For Miami Beach TOTAL HOSPITALS ORPHANAGES Ex-Patients Tubercular Home Hebrew Orphans Home Jewish Consumptive Relief Society Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital National Home for Jewish Children National Jewish Hospital TOTAL JEWISH DEFENSE American Jewish Congress Conference on Jewish Relations Jewish Labor Committee Joint Defense Appeal American Jewish Committee Anti-Defamation League TOTAL EDUCATION CULTURE American Academy for Jewish Research American Friends of Hebrew University B'nai B'rith Wider Scope Dropsie College Federated Council of Palestine Institutions Fund for Jewish Refugee Writers Florida State Student Union Hebrew Education in Miami Hebrew Theological College Hebrew Union College Jewish Chautauqua Society Jewish Institute of Religion Jewish Theological Seminary National Farm School Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund Palestine Orchestra Fund Palestine Symphony Choir Yeshiva College Yeshivoth (Seminaries) Yiddish Scientific Institute TOTAL Your Grand Total $ STUDY YOUR TOTAL. BEAR IN MIND THIS IS A ONCEFOR-ALL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN THEN GIVE LIBERALLY GIVE GENEROUSLY You Have Twelve Months in Which to Pay JACOB SHER Vice President and Campaign Vice Chairman ELRY STONE Vice President SAM BLANK Vice President and Campaign Vice Chairman MONTE SELIG Assistant Treasurer J. GERALD LEWIS Treasurer and General Chairman Men's Division BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER Vice President and Campaign Vice Chairman ISAAC LEVIN Campaign Vice Chairman WILLIAM TARADASH Campaign Vice Chairman DANIEL BROAD Apartment House Division RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Speakers Bureau WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN Publicity Division DR. FRANK CORET Professional Division LEO ACKERMAN Unit Chairman, Men JEROME WEINKLE Youth Division


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Miami, Fla
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January 16, 1942

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Combing irihe Jewish tu in fifty
VOLUME 15No. 3.
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
Greater Miami Federation Campaign January 18 to 28
Kick-Off Breakfast Held on Sunday
At Terrace Hotel, Miami Beach;
Rabbi Isserman is Principal Speaker
Completcing two months of in-
tense preparation, all was re-
ported in readiness for the for-
mal opening of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation 1942 cam-
paign. Workers kits, contribu-
tors cards, division heads, team
captains and members all were
awaiting the opening signal to be
given at the kick-off breakfast.
The breakfast will be held Sun-
day morning, January 18th, 9:30
a. m. at the Terrace Grill. 2345
Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
A Message From
Federation Head
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is the fund-raising organ-
ization representing the local
Jewish community.
Once each year you are culled
to pledge for Jewry your contri-
bution. Again this year, your
Federation will open its annual
campaign on Sunday, January 18
and run for ten days, closing Jan-
uary 28. Its goal for 1942 is
$159,902.
This amount was reached by
your Federation Budget Commit-
tee who has worked arduously
for many weeks carefully weigh-
ing the needs of each organiza-
tion in relation to the Greater
Miami responsibility for its share
to each agency. The Budget
Committee of Federation consists
of twelve membersnine men
and three womenchosen to rep-
resent a cross-section of Greater
Miami Jewry. They have been
Chairman of Campaisn, D. J. Apte,
!n Strong Appeal to Miami Jewry
For Aid in Greatest Time of Need
MORRIS KI.ASS
Executive Director, Greater
Miami Jewish Federation
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
RABBI ISSERMAN
Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman
of St. Louis, one of the most dis-
tinguished orators in the Ameri-
can pulpit will address the work-
ers present.
Rabbi Isserman, a very close
student of the problems confront-
ing the Jewish populations in!
Europe, has made almost annual '
visits tn Europe to investigate at
first hand the situation of refu-
gees both Jews and non- Jews.
Chairman and co-founder of
the Social Justice Commission of
St. Louis. Rabbi Isserman is a
member of the governing* board
of Hebrew Union College of Cin-
cinnati; vice chairman of the St.
Louis Seminar committee of
Jews. Catholics and Protestants;
and president of the Jewish Stu-
dent Foundation at the Univer-
sity of Missouri.
He is also a member of the So-
cial Justice Commission of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis.
He holds degrees from the Uni-
versiy of Cincinnati and the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania
Rabbi Isserman has delivered
scores of addresses in this coun-
try on the German situation and
has tremendously impressed his
audiences by his objective nar-
ration of the sufferings of thou-
sands of innocent victims of the
policies of the Third Reich. His
monograph "Sentenced t o
Death." written after his 1933
visit to Germany, was one of
the most telling early indict-
ments of the Nazi regime.
The time and place of report
luncheons are stated elsewhere
on this page and Federation of-
ficials ask all workers to please
take note of the time and place
of those meetings and be on hand
promptly with reports of their
progress.
A glorious pane in the history
of Miami Jewry is being written
by the 650 volunteer workers in
our 1942 campaign.
Undaunted I y war; undauntec
by uncertain business conditions;
undaunted by the pressure of per-
sonal affairs, the men and women
volunteers are setting a pace this
year, which will spell out the dot
dot dot dash of Victory.
Miami knows that the eyes of
all American Jewish communities
are on it. Our 1942 Federation
Campaign is among the first in
the Nation, and as goes Miami,
so will go the rest of the country
Our goal is higher than ever be-
fore to meet the wartime needs
of the forty-six agenlcies partic-
ipating in our drive, but this on-
ly stimulates us to greater effort.
The leaders of our community
are all on the rostrum of Feder-
ation workers. From soldier to
general the men and women put-
ting their shoulder to the Feder-
ation wheel are the people we re-
spect, the people who care, and
the people who think.
And what is the reward of this
effort?
Just the insurance that there
will be a tomorrow and one in
which you will wish to live.
A Message From
Board Chairman
Jn this year 1942 we must en-
ter our campaign in a mood, tem-
per or frame of mind that will
insure the success of our fund-
raising efforts. We must be con-
vinced, as American Jews, we
are prepared to set the new stand-
ards of interest and assistance re-
quired by the intensified and in-
.1 needs of our participating
agencies; wc must understand
that the support and maintenance
I vital health, cultural, educa-
tional, character building and
welfare agencies, located here in
Greater Miami, throughout our
country and overseas, are part of
a war effort; we must realize
that if insecurity at home or
abroad is permitted, if suffering
;:nd starvation exists among those
whom we might help but didn't,
that these factors will destroy
the morale, not only of the suf-
ferers, but also of our own. whose
With the Federation Campaign
about to be launched. I wish to
bring to my fellow-Jews of Mi-
ami this message:
In the year to come we cannot
expect victory without fighting
for it. We cannot expect to keep
our brethren overseas alive with-
out feeding them. We cannot
keep our Homeland in Palestine
open to refugees and fighting on
the democratic front without in-
vesting in it. We cannot keep
our hospitals and schools in
BENJAMIN E. BRONSTON
President and Chairman Special
Gifts Division
NATIONAL CITIZENS GROUP
TO HOLD MASS MEETING
The National Citizens Com-
mittee will hold a mass meeting
at Bayfront Park Monday eve-
ning. January 19th at 8 p. m.
This program is sponsored by the
Federal government and is open
to all. citizens and non-citizens.
Dr. William Russel of Colum-
bia University and others will
be the featured speakers. For-
mer governor Dave Scholtz will
preside.
MORE FEDERATION
PICTURES
NEXT WEEK
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
FEDERATION SABBATH
All religious institutions of
Greater Miami will feature
"Federation" this Friday eve-
ning and sermon topics will be
devoted to the campaign with
some of the pulpits occupied
by Federation representatives.
Mr. Morris Klass, executive
director of Federation, will oc-
cupy the pulpit of Temple Is-
rael. His topic will be "Insure
Your Tomorrow." Also brief-
ly addressing the worshippers
will be Mr. Day J. Apte. cam-
paign chairman, and Mr. Ben-
jamin E. Bronston, Federa-
tion president.
At Beth David. Mr. Stanley
C. Myers, chairman of the
board, will speak on "Federa-
tionIs That the Answer?"
"Give and Help Give" will
be the sermon topic of Rabbi
Abraham A. Kellner at the
Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation.
Miami Beach synagogue at-
tenders will hear Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff of Beth Jacob Con-
gregation speak on "In the
Name of God."
Morris Rothenberg. past
president of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, will be
the guest speaker at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center address-
ing the gathering on "Federa-
tion."
DAY J. APTE
Vice President and
Campaign Chairman
STANLEY C. MYERS
Chairman of Board of Directors
and Campaign Vice Chairman
America open without supporting
them. We cannot hope for justice
for all groups in this country
without insuring it, and we
cannot hope for a decent, strong
and healthful Miami community
without building it. That is what
our campaign for forty-six agen-
will do if we succeed in rais-
ing $159,902.
You have the answer. You
must give adequately. Those who
risk their lives are sacrificing
their all for you. Remember, if
veu give adequately you are
fighting to INSURE OUR TO-
MORROW ... so. WAKE UP
AND GIVE. fellow-Jews.
Mr. Daniel Broad, chairman of
the Apartment Owners Division
of Miami Beach, reports that he through the United Daughters of
A monument to Judah P. Ben-
jamin, distinguished Jewish
statesman of the Civil War. will
be dedicated January 22nd at
Sarasota. by the state of Florida
has lined up a group of volunteer
workers who pledged their ser-
vices to him and are ready to
start out covering their respect-
ive territories. All individuals.
male or female, desirous of con-
tributing a day or more during
this drive are asked to communi-
cate with Mr. Broad. 5-9072. The
work is so systemized and ar-
ranged by streets and numbers
to facilitate the greatest number
of calls in the least time. No
car is necessary.
the Confederacy. Governor Spes-
sard L. Holland will officiate at
the dedication ceremony.
The second subscription con-
cert of the University of Miami
Symphony Orchestra, John Bit-
ter, conductor, will be given on
January 19th at Orchestra Hall
of Miami Senior High School,
with Nino Martini as soloist.
Mr. Martini will sing opera
arias as well as a group of Span-
ish songs.
Workers Opening Breakfast,
Jan. 18. 9:30 a. m., Terrace
Grill. 23S4 Collins Avenue.
Miami Beach.
First Report Luncheon. Jan.
19. 12:15 p. m.. Manning's
Grill. 829 Biscayne Blvd.
Second Report Meeting, Jan.
21, 8:30 p. m.. Beth Jacob
Cong.. 311 Washington Ave.
Third Report Luncheon. Jan.
23, 12:15 p. m.. Manning's
Grill, 829 Biscayne Blvd.
Fourth Report Luncheon.
Jan. 26, 12:15 p. m., Manning's
Grill.
Fifth Report Meeting, Jan.
28, 8:30 p. m., Miami Beach
Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid
Ave.
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Social

Personals
Clubs

FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942
Organizations
PERSONALS
Mr. Nathan Adclman is at
home recuperating from a recent
automobile accident.

Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Kopelowitz
and daughter have returned to
the city after spending the past
year in California.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Stein
of Fayetteville, N. C. are visiting
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Stein of 501 12th Street, Miami
Beach.

Mrs. Meyer Levy and children,
Sandra Helene and David, of
Atlanta, Ga.. are visiting with
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Reisman for several weeks.

Miss Ida Englcr left for Wash-
ington, D. C. where she is em-
ployed in the office of the O. P.
A. after spending two weeks
visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Engler and sister
Mollie.

Mrs. Esther Levitt gave a
dinner in honor of her son, Dave
who was called to the U. S. Ar-
my, at the home of her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Levitt of 905 Michigan Avenue,
Sunday. Those present were
George Levitt, Vivian Levitt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Spivack, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Decky and Miss Rose
Goldstein.

A farewell party was held
Saturday in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Mashe U. L. Lightman who
left for Rockville, Connecticut,
after a five-weeks honeymoon at
Miami Beach at the home of his
sisters, Dorothy and Sarah Light-
man. Among the guests who
entertained were Cantor and Mrs.
Joseph Lengyel, Anyuta Melicov,
Ruth Brotman, Mr. Israel Light-
man and Mr. Nat Hurewitz of
Hollywood, Florida.
ORGANIZATIONS
Help the helpless.
Support Federation.
Judge Brandeis Post of Young
Judea will hold their next meet-
ing Wednesday, January 21st at
7:45 p. m. at Beth David Congre-
gation. A social hour will fol-
low the business meeting.

Over sixty people registered
Monday night at the Beth Jacob
synagogue for a Red Cross First
Aid course being given each Mon-
day night by Miss Dorothy Dia-
mond. Registrants are welcome.

Bialik Branch Jewish National
Workers Alliance will hold a lit-
erary gathering Saturday night,
January 17th at 8:30 at the Surf
Hotel, 444 Ocean Drive. Dr.
Alexander Macdony of New
York will speak on "Our Duties
at this Moment."

American Women's Home De-
fense held a card party last week
at the Walburne Hotel headed by
Mrs. Helen Platt and Mrs. M.
Shapiro. With more than 300
people in attendance, the organi-
zation was able to donate $150 to
the Dade County Red Cross.

Under the leadership of Mrs.
Evelyn Decky, two girl scout
troops meet Wednesday evenings
at Beth Jacob Community Build-
ing. Girls between the ages of
8 and 10 can join the Brownies
and girls between 10 and 15 are
eligible to join the regular girl
scouts.

A book reveiw of Pierre Van
Paassen's "This Day Alone" will
be presented by Lillian Krieger
Burton as this week's feature of
the Forum, sponsored by Miami
Section, National Council of Jew-
ish Women, on Friday, January
16th, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach
Elks' Club, 720 West Avenue.
Mrs. Harry Marcus will speak on
Consumers' Welfare. Helen
Greenberg, pianist, will present
a musical program. Mrs. Julius
Pearson will be chairman of the
afternoon.
ORGANIZATIONS
The Miami Beach Mizrachi un-
its will meet at the Beth Jacob
synagogue Saturday night. Mr.
Louis Brenner, national J.N.F.
representative, will be the guest
speaker. Sunday night, February
1st. Chamisho Ossor BiShvat, the
group will celebrate with a Miz-
rachi Palestine Night at Beth Ja-
cob Community Building. A vo-
cal and instrumental concert will
be presented.

Dr. Abraham Wolfson w-ill
give the third lecture on Spin-
oza's Conception of God, Satur-
day at 3:30 p. m. before the Spin-
oza Forum, 11th Street between
Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Monday morning.
10:30. Edward Clarke will speak
on Franz Schubert. Tuesday eve-
ning, 8:15, Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner will be the guest speaker.
His topic will be "The Peace to
Be."

An Acquaintanceship Tea given
by the P.T.A. of the Beth Jacob
Religious School will be held
Tuesday evening, January 20th
at 7.30 in the London Arms Ho-
tel. Mrs. A. Steinberg, president
of the P.T.A. will be chairman of
the event assisted by Mrs. M.
Mescheloff, Mrs. A. Sir, Mrs. Ru-
bin and Mrs. I. Gewertz. A mu-
sical program will be presented.
Speakers for the evening will be
Mrs. Harry Faber and Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff.

At the meeting of Iota Chi
sorority held Tuesday evening,
Shirl Lea Pepper was re-elected
president. Other officers elected
were: Evelyn Greenwald, vice
president; Doris Goodman, secre-
tary; Marcie Adelman, treasurer.
Committee chairmen appointed
by the president were: Lois Reis-
ner, welfare; Evelyn Greenwald,
publicity; Edith Roberts, sergeant
at arms and historian. The next
meeting will be held Tuesday,
January 20th at the home of Lois
Riesner, 1867 S. W. 13th Street.
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MIAMI
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
TOWER
THEATRE
S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15TH AVE.

FRI. SAT. JAN. 16-17
"IT'S TOPS IN LAFFS"
"Top Sergeant
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SUN. THRU TUE. JAN. 18-20
ABBOTT & COSTELLO
In
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WED. & THUR. JAN. 21-22
You can see the people and
the machines that are smash.
ing Hitler.......
"One Day in
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The Imide ttory of Russian
superiority narrated by Quen-
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On the Same Program
uniinmn nnnunun
ANNIVERSARIES
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Margulies
are the recipients of many con-
gratulatory messages on their
wedding anniversary which they
will observe Saturday, January
17th.
ENGAGED
Announcement was recently
made at the home of Mrs. H. M.
Barg. 3925 Meridian Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach, of the engagement of
her niece, Miss Sybil Apatoff,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Apatoff of Tampa to Dr. Morris
J. Levine, son of Mrs. E. Levine
of Atlantic City.
DEATHS
Mr. Abe Winston of 1800 Mi-
chigan Avenue, Miami Beach,
passed away last Friday. He
leaves his wife, Bertha, a daugh-
ter, Beth, three brothers, Philip
and Hyman of Miami Beach and
Sam of Scranton, Pa., and a sis-
ter, Mrs. Leona Braunstein of
Scranton, Pa. Funeral services
were held Sunday at Riverside
Memorial Chapel with Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman officiating.

Funeral services for Mendel
Cromer, who passed away last
Friday, were held Sunday at
the Gordon Funeral Home with
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of-
ficiating. Interment took place
at Graceland Memorial Park.
Mr. Cromer leaves the widow,
Florence and a daughter, Mrs.
Ella Potter of Miami Beach.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Diane Ruth, at Victoria Hos-
pital. Sunday, January 4th. Mrs.
Cohen is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Eli Levin.
MARRIAGES
The marriage of Miss Elaine
Gelberg, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Gelberg of New York
City, to Lieut. Norman J. Da-
vidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. David
Davidson of Philadelphia, Pa.,
was solemnized last Sunday by
Rabbi Leon J. Risikoff in the
Temple of the Floridian Hotel,
Miami Beach. After the cere-
mony the couple flew to Puerto
Rico.
UNVE11INGS
Moscow (WNS)German sol-
diers captured by the Red Army
and now interned in Soviet war
camps are issuing their own
newspaper in which they fea-
ture attacks on the Nazi govern-
ment, it was reported here.
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-08 28
Gartenberg & Schechters
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL
and
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Catering to the General Public
DINNER SERVED
5?Sn P. m. to 7:30 P. M.
Special attention to Private Func-
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Weddlngi
. 40 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach .
PHONE 5-5855
The unveiling ceremony of the
memorial for Mrs. Rose Levy
Simpson will take place Sunday
afternoon at 3 p. m. jn the Tem-
ple Israel section of Woodlawn
Cemetery with Dr. Jacob H. Kap-
lan officiating. Friends of the
family are asked to be present.
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
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The low temperature keeps
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the controlled humidity pre-
vents the pelts from drying
out.
Specializing in cleaning,
glazing, moth proofing and re-
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Complete line of fur jackets
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942
*Jewist Flcrid/an
PAGE THREE
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
This week to you we explain
You've heard it again and again
For the time and place is now
If needwe'll show you how
This week its the drive
The office is a bee hive
But room aplenty is there
Folksall of you take care
Get in there and work
Your dutydo not shirk
There's so much to do
For you and you
That goal we must reach
Round Miami and the Beach.
GONFERENCEOF
HUSSH TO BE
HELD JAN. 17-19
Attention readersAll Kom-
ments thU week do not per-
tain in any form or fashion
to the spiritualmaybe next
week.
King hears of an organization
looking for a project or some-
thing to doIt lost its old one
If you readers have any sugges-
tions, kindly advise.
King wonders what the reply
will be to the group who formal-
ly protested a conflict in dates
to the campaign groupsome
nerveinterfering with a board
meeting.
What happened to the pro-
gram scheduled for a meeting
last week. Part of it was sup-
posed to be in two places and
showed in neither.
King blushesa faux pass
that internal dissension be-
tween employees of an organi-
zation mentioned last week
fitted in two spots so well
one that he was aware of
the truth will out.
King asks his readers' patience
Some Kaustic Komments will
soon be forthcoming.
Plans are completed for the
annual conference of Senior and
Junior Hadassah of the South-
eastern Region to be held in
Jacksonville. January 17, 18 and
19 with headquarters in the
Roosevelt Hotel.
A program replete with busi-
ness and entertainment features
has been arranged by a group of
committees from Senior Hadas-
sah, Jr. Hadassah and Business
and Professional Women's Divi-
sion of Hadassah, as all three
groups are participating in plans
for the regional conference.
Among the scheduled speakers
to appear on the program will
be Mrs. Moses P. Epstein and
Miss Edith Bukspan, of New
York, national representatives;
Mrs. Robert Travis and Miss Sa-
rah Tontak of Atlanta.
Conference chairmen are: Mrs.
Ben Stein, Mrs. Isadore Mosco-
vitz, Mrs. Herbert Panken, Miss
Hattie Slott, Miss Julia Mizrahi
and Miss Ruth Davis.
Preconvention activities will
begin with joint Friday evening
services January 16 at the Jew-
ish Temple, of the Center and
Temple Congregations, with Rab-
bi I. L. Kaplan and Rabbi M. D.
Margolis conducting the services.
Acting as hostesses during a re-
ception to follow the services will
be members of the Temple Sis-
terhood and the Council of Jew-
ish Women.
Saturday afternoon's feature
will be an Oneg Shabbat gather-
ing at the Jewish Center, which
promises to be one of the most
delightful social affairs planned
for the visiting delegates and
guests. Members of the Daugh-
ters of Israel will tender a re-
ception and serve dainty refresh-
ments during the social hour fol-
lowing the program.
The conference will open of-
ficially Sunday morning, Jan-
uary 18th at 11 a. m. with Mrs.
Ben Stein, conference chairman
presiding. Following the morn-
ing sessions, a luncheon will be
held in the Roosevelt Hotel at
which Miss Julia Mizrahi, Junior
Hadassah conference chairman
will act as mistress of ceremon-
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The afternoon will be given
over to business meetings of the
various groups of Hadassah and
the main feature of the afternoon
will be a youth symposium, con-
ducted by Harry Katz. Taking
part in this will be members of
Young Judaea, Masada and
Daughters of Judaea.
Besides the regular business
sessions Monday, a model Thrift
luncheon will be given at the
Jewish Center, with Mrs. Mau-
rice Cherry as general chairman.
An entertaining program will fol-
low the luncheon.
Some of the social activities
planned will include a buffet
supper for delegates and visitors
at the home of Mrs. Sam Weiss,
Saturday evening. Several
dances sponsored by Junior Ha-
dassah and the Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Division, Sat-
urday night and Sunday night
and the banquet Monday night
will bring the conference to a
close.
To my predecessor, Brother
Milton Friedman, your reporter
offers his heartiest congratula-
lions for a job well done. May
I be able to continue his fine
work.
For 1942 it shall be your new
columnist's desire to keep you in-
formed of B'nai B'rith's mani-
fold activities. With America
engaged in a life struggle against
the forces of Nazism, this year
will see the members of our
Lodge eagerly and enthusiastic-
ally offering their services to our
Country.
The Ben B'rith has a double re-
sponsibility. Not only must he
serve his Country in his best
capacity, but it is important that
he continue the varied activities
of the Lodge. The high morale
behind the front must be con-
tinued.
This coming week will find
hundreds of our Brothers engaged
in the Federation drive. Remem-
ber, you cannot give too much
towards such worthwhile agen-
cies.
Certainly one of the most out-
Standing events ever undertaken
by a local organization will be the
sponsoring of the public appear-
ance of Mr. William L. Shirer
on February 21st. As you know,
annually the B'nai B'rith under-
takes one affair for civic pur-
poses. To fulfill our obligation
to the South Florida Crippled
Children's Hospital, we are
sponsoring a talk by that noted
correspondent. William L. Shirer.
We must make this affair a suc-
cess. Every member is urged to
plan not only to attend but to
dispose of as many tickets as
possible.
Mr. Shirer's suuject will be
"Inside Germany.'' We under-
stand that he will reveal facts
not previously reported in his
best selling book. Please contact
Brother Abe Aronovitz for tick-
ets.
At the last meeting Tuesday,
January 14th. our members were
privileged to hear Frank Malone.
noted radio commentator and
newspaper columnist, speak in
behalf of the Dade County De-
fense Council.
Mr. Malone pointed out that
every man. woman and child
should join in the defense pro-
gram. At the present time, wo-
men are needed in the Air Filter
Center. Also men are needed to
volunteer for duties as air raid
wardens, fire wardens and to
form motorized divisions. Each
Brother was urged to volunteer
for some duty in our local de-
fense service.
At the Ladies Auxiliary meet-
ing it is reported that every wo-
man in this organization has al-
ready pledged herself to defense
work.
Our new president, Burnett
Roth, has announced the follow-
ing committee chairmen for 1942:
Americanization, Nat Roth; Ar-
bitration, Rabbi Max Shapiro; A.
Z. A., Maurice Cromer; Blood
Bank, Dr. Alexander Kushner;
B'nai B'rith News, Paul Weitz-
man; Jewish Floridian column,
Al Green; Constitution and By-
Laws. Max Silver; Entertainment,
E. Albert Pallot; Finance. Louis
Heiman; Initiation, J. Bernard
Spector; Intellectual Advance-
ment, Barney Goodman; Meet-
ings, Albert E. Berkeley: Mem-
bership, Harold Turk; Member-
ship Retention, S. B. Miller; Pub-
licity, J. Aron Abbott; Refresh-
ments, Marty Milstein; Resolu-
tions. David Catsman; Refugee,
Elry Stone; Sick and Visiting,
Ernest Sussman; Student Union,
Louis Heiman; Vocational Guid-
ance. Jos. A. Berman.
MITCHELL WOLFSON
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Campaign Vice Chairman
TYPHUS ON THE INCREASE;
JEWS ARE ORDERED SHOT
Istanbul (WNS)The dreaded
spotted typhus epidemic, now
raging throughout Eastern Eu-
rope, has reached the Balkans
and is taking a fearful toll of
Jews, it is reported here.
In locations where there are
ghettos, the Jewish communities
are isolated. Where no ghettos
exist. Jewish victims of the epi-
demic will be shot and their
possessions destroyed.
NEW MODER
Uf
RANGES
VENGEANCE IS PROMISED
FOR JEWISH NAZI VICTIMS
London (WNS)The National
Council of General Charles De-
Gaulle's "Free French" movement
this week issued a statement as-
suring Jews that all wrongs com-
mitted by the Nazis in occupied
France and by the Vichy regime
in unoccupied France would be
rectified after the war. The Na-
tional Council pledged that all
confiscated property would be
returned to the Jews. Widows
and children of Jews killed by the
Nazis will receive a pension after
the war, the statement added.
DO MORE COOKING
WITH LESS
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Self Preservation
We are on the eve of another Federation
campaign. We are faced with similar prob-
lems as in previous years all made more dif-
ficult by the turn of events. We are faced with
needs that are increased, that are greater and
with the fact that there are many more. The
eve of this campaign differs with that of others
in that the battle line has been drawn. It is
definite. Sides in this struggle and battle for
existence and survival have been taken. We
know our position as jews and as Americans.
We have seen the results of our negligence,
of our disregard, of our nonchalance, of our
ignorance. We are now embroiled in a strug-
gle made so much more bitter and harder by
those fallacies of ours. Our weaknesses have_
been brought to light. On the eve of this cam-
paign we have the problem brought sguarely
to us.
This year Federation has expanded its
services and by necessity increased its bud-
get and its goal. Federation's leaders have
seen the need and urgency of so doing. They
are well aware of conditions. They realize
the additional difficulties they have created
and the burden they have undertaken by this
step. Fully cognizant of all this they by the
urgency and demands, felt duty bound to ask
the Greater Miami Jewish Community for con-
tinued, for additional, for more and greater
support. Duty bound with the thoughts fore-
most in their mind, that human bond of human
help for our brethren and all mankind must be
undertaken and kept flowing; that the up-
building of a homeland is a necessary step
in the future of Judaism; that integration of the
newcomer in this land is vital and now more
than ever a requisite; that insurance must be
taken and the premiums paid to prevent our
undermining; that those sources of activities for
youth must be kept flourishing insuring future
generations travelling the right path. Federa-
tion's leaders felt duty bound to ask for more
even demand more, for they are faced with
the basic principle of humanitySelf Preser-
vationSurvival. This campaign these ef-
forts, these funds are the fundamentals, the
necessities, the requisites of Self-Preservation.
That many of us realized our position is
evidenced by the workers enrolled in this all-
out effort. It outnumbers by many any united
single effort in the history of the community.
The realization of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Community to awaken to these bare facts
is the task to be accomplished by these work-
ers. The cooperation of the community to
these individuals is expected and must be
given. -These people who are giving of their
time and of much more are a part of Federa-
tion. Federation is that united agency doing
the job that we as individuals or groups could
not do. Federation is the agency through
which all of us save thousands of dollars
through the elimination of the multiplicity of
drives and the duplication of efforts and waste-
ful expenses of over-organization.
To make the campaign less difficult is but
the question of our coming forward, doing our
shareour part. That it will go over we are
confident. That it will reach its goal we are
sure. Remember we are FederationFedera-
tion is all of us and for all of us. It is that
medium and through its success that will en-
able us to carry our battle of Self-Preservation
to Success.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mucify ewificknUai
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
A Message From
Federation Head
ADL SPONSORS SYMPOSIUM
AND CONFERENCE FEB. 14-15
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appointed for the first time this
year to function on an all year-
round basis because of the many
problems concerning the budget
that are presented to Federation
during its fiscal year.
The Budget Committee has se-
lected 46 agencies which become
participants of your Federation.
All these organizations look tp
Federation for the collection of
funds and as they become recipi-
ents, they agree not to make any
direct appeal to our local Jewish
residents.
Every Jewish resident in
Greater Miami has his responsi-
bility to the wartime needs of our
local Jewish organizations.
It also has its due share of re-
sponsibility as American citizens
in any treachery that would dis-
turb our national unity; I refer
to the propaganda of intolerance
and racial discrimination.
Also, its responsibility to the
starving persecuted brethren be-
yond our shores who can still be
kept alive through the assistance
from American Jewry.
Also, a responsibility to those
brave settlers in Palestine who
are giving their all to continue
in helping the newcomer to settle
in Palestine where 46% of the
Jewish population is occupied in
tilling the soil.
Folks, in these wartime days,
waste of essentials plays such an
important part in our national
defense work. Help the workers
who are heartily giving up their
time to call on you for your
pledge to the 46 organizations.
Please consider that they are us-
ing their cars and tires; do not
have them call back. Sign your
pledge. It's your insurance for
tomorrow. Let us hope and pray
for a victorious 1942 for all man-
kind.
"Give as long as the Almighty
gives you to live."
Florida Regional Office of the
Anti-Defamation League will
sponsor a conference and sym-
posium on Saturday evening,
February 14th and Sunday morn-
ing and afternoon, February 15th
at the Alcazar Hotel Roof Gar-
den. Leading the discussion at
this conference, which will be by
invitation only, will be Richard
Gudstadt, national director of
ADL and a member of other out-
standing personalities from the
national headquarters of the Lea-
gue.
BROWARD COUNTY B'NAI
B'RITH WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
A meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Women's Auxiliary of Broward
County was held Thursday even-
ing. January 8th at the home ol
Mrs. C. Lamport. 1615 Funston
Street. Hollywood.
Mr. Vincent Howard, comman-
der of the American Legion of
Hollywood spoke before the
group on Defense.
The Treasure Hunt. Dinner and
Dance given by the club will
take place on Thursday evening.
February 19th at 8:30 p. m. at
the Spotlite Club in Hollywood.
Social for men and women will
be held on January 22nd at the
Sheldon Hotel in Hollywood at
which time installation of of-
ficers of men's organization will
also take place.
The next regular meeting will
be on February 5th at the home
of Mrs. E. Weinstein. 317 N. E.
13th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale.
London (WNS)A committee
of Jewish refugees, now in Eng-
land, has offered its assistance
to representatives of the United
Nations who will compile lists
of Nazi atrocities, property seiz-
ures and killings, for presenta-
tion to the post-war peace confer-
ence, it was reported here re-
cently.
A Message From
Board Chairman
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selfishness and refusal to under-
stand our moral responsibility
permits the suffering to go unre-
lieved.
Let every Jewish resident of
Greater Miami understand that
we must give to and answer the
general call for civilian defense,
for Red Cross services and for all
other kinds of assignments con-
nected with the war effort, as
I know we are doing at the pres-
ent time, and will coninuc to do;
but let not one of us forget that
true patriotism in time of crises
cannot mean forgetting our duties
to the family, to the local com-
munity or to the Jewish group
within our own community and
beyond.
The Dade County Community
Chest and the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation need your
help now more than they have
ever before. War calls for addi-
tional effort and not merely
changed effort and contributions.
War calls for many sacrifices, and
the additional contribution and
additional time and effort we
must now give are some of the es-
sential costs that all of us shall
gladly pay to win the victory and
the peace to follow.
Let every one of us give gladly
and adequately to the 1942 cam-
paign.
COOPERATION
Mrs. Ethel Grossman of the
Grossman Private School has an-
nounced that for the duration of
the camaign the facilities of the
school are available to the child-
ren of team captains, free of
charge. All team captains whose
energies and time might be han-
dicapped because of their child-
ren are asked to contact Mrs.
Grossman, 2-0179 or Federation
office where arrangements can
be made for the children to be
taken care of.
THE JEWISH WAR FRONT
Vladimir Jabotinsky's last book, "The Jewish War Front,"
which was published in London in 1940, will be issued in this
country before long ... It contains an amazing analysis of the
Jewish situation against the background of the war, an analysis
which holds good today just as well as it did over two years
ago, when Jabotinsky wrote it Among the most recent addi-
tions to the membership of the Committee for a Jewish Army are
Dean Christian Gauss of Princeton, Senator James J. Davis of
Pennsylvania, Rear Admiral Craben, Director Clifton Utley of
the Chicago Council of Foreign Relations, Professor Emanuel
Chappman of Fordham University and publisher John Farrar.
We hope all of you saw that full-page ad on the Jewish army
which recently appeared in the New York Times When the
copy for that ad was handed in to the Times, whose policy of
tiptoeing around Jewish issues, particularly those concerning
Zionist policy, is well known, the sponsors were filled with con-
siderable trepidation Various representatives of the Times
powers-that-be had to be given a chance to censor the ad, and
as the Committee's messenger cooled his heels outside various
offices while executives scrutinized the copy, the Committee
members wondered just how much next would be excised from
the ad Finally the copy returned to the Committee mem-
bers, and, sure enough, a correction had been made The
Times censors had discovered that Hallett Abend, a member
of the Committee, was designated as a New York Times cor-
respondentand removed that line because he is no longer
their correspondent Although Mr. Abend has been a New
York Times man for many years, covering the paper in the
Far East, and particularly Japan, he is not at this moment doing
a Times job, so the Times insisted that he be identified as a
foreign correspondent only.
LOOK AND LISTEN
The Nazis sure are wishing that General Lvov's mother, a
member of the Philadelphia Jewish community, had been right
about her son, whom for many years she believed to be dead.
For it's Lvov, as you must know by now, who is leading the
Red Armies against Hitler's divisions in the Crimean campaign.
Those Jewish leaders who still insist on vocilerously bemoan-
ing the late of Jews in Russia are herewith invited to take a page
from the book of Ed Sullivan, whom nobody can suspect ol even
faintly pinkish tendencies Ed, evincing a spirit of Allied
solidarny which the gentlemen were referring to would do well
to emulate, nifties that tneres no stallin' with Stalin To
which we may add our personal comment that there's no fear
of Hitler's Mucado-iinnisn combination knocking him out .
Also on the subject ol Hitler's Hussian campaign, Louis Sobol
observes that Adolf came in like a lion and went out like a
lamp And Winchell prognosticates that when our Army,
Navy and Marines hit Japan, the Mikado will be the name of a
pencil instead of a ruler ... If you hear anyone spilling mili-
tary secrets, he adds, shush the indiscreet one with: "That's
sabotalk!"
INFORMATION PLAYS
March 30th of this year marks the 450th anniversary of the
edict expelling the Jews from Spain, we are reminded by the list
of "Salient Dates in Jewish History" in the newly published
Volume V of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia ... As you com-
memorate this melancholy anniversary, however, you may be
cheered by the recollection that less than seven months inter-
vened between the expulsion and the discovery of America by
Christopher Columbus And when you celebrate that 405th
anniversary on October 12th of this year, keep in mind that the
Silver Jubilee of the Balfour Declaration comes just three weeks
later Returning to the Encyclopedia's list of dates important
to Jews, which comes under the heading "History," you may
be interested to know that the article immediately following is,
by alphabetical necessity, the one on Adolf Hitler Cabbalists
may find some significance in the fact that Hitler is thus sand-
wiched in between History (Jewish) and the Hittites, that long-
vanished nation of antiquity whose outstanding characteristics
was the long, curved nose which Adolf considers to be a Jewish
hait The Encyclopedia, incidentally, informs us that the
Hittite language belonged to the Aryan branch, their nose for-
mation notwithstanding.
WORLD OF LETTERS
Pinchas Rutenberg, who died a couple of weeks ago, could
be the subject of a most fascinating biography, for his life was
a most adventurous and colorful one In his revolutionary
days in Russia, we understand, he personally chastised and
purged many enemies ... And that, it is said, was the reason
why he always wore gray gloves ... His bare hands reminded
him too much of the occasion when he used them to dispose
of a certain particularly vicious Czaristic agent ... We recom-
whS te^eu[IY 0i Ruu,enbera to biographer Emil Ludwig.
he asked Greta Garbo for permission to write up her life, but
Kahn^r,90 \ ""5 ',ma*"<3 editors: Mrs. Otto H.
Kahn back horn two and a half years in the Near East, a Be-
have t'Tl^f1 SlT madG f,reqUen' tii*s to Pale*n*. ^ould
have an interesting story to tell John L. Spivak the news-
SsPreanbaWctOSe-,eXPfeS f naUve Qnd ^efgn Su, coh^n-
calledi T Z f6W J,6?8' Qnd Wh was ridicuIed and
an d"ams whe" he published the results of his investiga-
STSiSw 1? hf findingS my P'ove very helpfuMo
his Uncle Sam, whos out gunning for Axis spies in dead earn-
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FRjDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942
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PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
l415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jeffenon Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services Schedule
Daily Services ......--------8 A. M.
Evening Services --------- 6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat ........---------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening will be
Federation Sabbath at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center and an Invi-
tation has been extended through
the courtesy of the Federation
to Judge Morris Rothcnberg of
New York City, ex-president of
the Zionist Organization of
America, to deliver the address
of the evening at 8 o'clock. Dr
Samuel Bension and Cantor Josef
S Lengyel will officiate with
the assistance of the Jewish Cen-
ter Choir directed by Edith Free-
man. On Saturday morning at
10 a. m. Rabbi Leon Spitz will
preach on the Scriptural Lesson.
The Prophetic Bible adult class
will be instructed by Mr. Ger-
shon at 4 p. m. Mincha services
will be held at 5 p. m. and Oneg
Shabbos with Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Cohen as hosts at 5:30, maariv
services at 6 o'clock.
President Frankel's Dinner
President Frankel's Dinner will
be definitely held on Washing-
ton's Birthday, February 22nd
at the Grossinger Hotel. A mag-
nificent program of music enter-
tainment and dancing will be
carried out. The reservations are
limited to a restricted number
of members and friends of the
Center and of leaders of the Jew-
ish community and the proceeds
will be devoted to the Centers
building and budgetary needs.
Yiddish Movies
Yiddish movies with English
titles coupled with a witty Eng-
lish comedy will be shown at the
Center this Sunday evening at
8 o'clock when the famous Broad-
way star and cantor, Moyshe Oy-
shcr will appear in the role of the
Cantor's Son. Moishc Oyshcr will
render many of his finest songs
in a splendid repertoire which
will greatly be enjoyed. Broad-
way's greatest critics have praised
this movie most lavishly and
patrons of our Center are invited
to provide themselves with ad-
mission cards and not fail to at-
tend this outstanding musical
and entertaining event. Cards are
available at the Center.
Distinguished Kwartin Concert
The world famous Cantor,
Reuben Kwartin, will honor the
Jewish Center when he will
make his first and only appear-
ance in Miami both at the Syna-
gogue services on Sabbath morn-
ing, January 31st and in an elab-
orate and magnificent concert on
Sunday evening, February 1st.
Cantor Kwartin has recently re-
turned from his family estate in
Palestine and is wintering at the
Beach. At the Center Forum ser-
vices last Friday night the dis-
tinguished guest-star addressed
the audience and urged the moral
and financial support of the Cen-
ter by American Jewry. Ad-
mission cards to the concert are
now available at the Center of-
fice.
Jewish Center Launches
Discussion Forum
The Jewish Center announces
the launching of the Jewish Cen-
ter Discussion Forum on Monday
evening, January 19th to which
the entire Jewish community,
both men and women, are cor-
dially invited. Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will be the guest speaker
at the opening Forum. Rabbi
Leon Spitz, Dr. Carl Press, Mr.
William Boxerman and other rep-
resentative men and women in
the community will appear as
evening and will lead the dis-
cussion of current Jewish and
general American problems in
which the audience will be in-
vited to participate. All men and
women are welcome. There is
no admission charge.
Center Notes
Under the auspices of the Cen-
ter the Center station of the
American Red Cross will give a
concert this Saturday evening at
Flamingo Park with Mrs. Es-
ther Levy in charge and Miss
Ruth C. Brotman in charge of the
musical program. The proceeds
will be devoted to the Red Cross
War Relief.
The Men's Club held an in-
teresting General Membership
Meeting with William Boxerman,
head of the Florida Regional
Anti-Defamation League, as the
speaker. President Nat Hankoff
presided and William Zucker-
man was in charge of the pro-
gram last Wednesday evening.
The Center was happy to wel-
come Hadassah into its building
last Monday afternoon. A record
attendance was on hand.
Plans are being formulated at
a Sisterhood and Center Social
League Committee to conduct a
scries of Saturday night Recep-
tions for the boys in the army
and navy on leave in coopera-
tion with the Greater Miami
Army and Navy Jewish Commit-
tee headed by Miriam Sirkin.
Jewish Arbor Day or Chamisho
Oser B'Shevat will be celebrated
by the Center Talmud Torah with
an all-Hebrew program on Sun-
day, February 1st in the after-
noon. Admission will be free to
both parents and children of our
school.
The Center Sisterhood an-
nounces Sunday Night Hospital-
ity during the entire winter sea-
son to all men and women in
the community. Various enter-
taining features will be pre-
sented and refreshments will be
served. All are welcome.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive 6-126o
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Adler, mother of Mrs. F. Fried-
man; Mendel Cromer, husband of
Florence Cromer; Abe W. Wins-
ton, husband of Bertha Winston.
Yahrzeits: Louis Meisel, father
of Max Meisel; Joseph Sandier,
father of Mrs. M. L. Cowen, Mrs.
M. M. Nankin and Mrs. Henry
Bulbin; Abram Englcr, husband
of Mrs. Anna Englcr and father
of Mrs. Leonard Epstein; Nathan
Waxman, father of Mrs. Bcnj.
LeVine; William Friedman, bro-
ther of S. S. Friedman; David
Hammer, grandfather of Mrs. A.
M. Wise; Harry Eddy Bowman,
brother of Mrs. J. Damenstein;
Joseph Perlman, father of Frank
A. Perlman.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Rnbhl Zwltmnn will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to ay, each mutter will De
held in strict confidence.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1545 B. W. Third Street
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services...
_ 6:00 p.m.
__8:30 a.m.
Evening Services
Saturday morning
Sunday morning ......... 8i?,cam-
Hebrew School, daily------3:15 to
6.15 p. m. _____
Mrs. Louis Moraulies Reporting frjt,k
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Federation Sabbath
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8.15 Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the service. Cantor
Henry Marbein assisted by a
mixed choir will chant the ser-
vices. In view of the Federa-
tion Campaign beginning Jan-
uary 18th, this Friday evening
will be designated as Federa-
tion Sabbath". The guest speaker
will be Stanley C. Myers, former
president and present chairman
of the board of directors who will
discuss the subject, "Federation
Is That The Answer?
There will be no appeal for
funds, but a discussion of the
importance of Jewish unity to-
day. The Rabbi will summarize
from a Rabbinic approach the
different ideologies of Unity.
An Oneg Shabbos in the au-
ditorium immediately after the
services, arranged by Mr and
Mrs. Isadore Langner in honor
of their fortieth wedding anniver-
sary.
Congregational Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
which had to be postponed on
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Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, January 16th,
8:15 p. m.
Federation Sabbath
In keeping with the City-wide
observance of Federation Sab-
bath, messages to the congrega-
tion will be given by: Benjamin
E. Bronston, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion; Day J. Apte, chairman of
the 1942 Federation Campaign;
Morris Klass, executive director
of the Greater Miami Federation,
will speak on the subject "Insure
Your Tomorrow."
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
A reception for worshippers
will be given by the Sisterhood
after the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, January 17,
11 a. m. Congregational partici-
pation, Torah reading and inter-
pretation of Biblical portion in a
sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman.
Tuesday, all day, January 20,
Standard First Aid course of the
Red Cross is being given at
Temple Israel on Tuesday morn-
ing at 10 a. m., and on Friday
morning from 10 to 12 a. m. This
is a five-week course (20 hours.)
All those interested in taking this
Standard Red Cross First Aid
course are asked to register with
the chairman. Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet.
Tuesday morning, January 20,
Dade County Defense Council
Canning project at 10 a. m.
Wednesday morning, January
21st, Sisterhood Braille Class, at
the Lighthouse, 601 S. W. 8th
Avenue, Mrs. Philip Weinstein,
chairman.
Wednesday, all day. January
21st, Sisterhood Bazaar Sewing
group, Mrs. Samuel Katz, chair-
man.
Wednesday, January 21st,
Dade County Defense Council
Canning project at 10 a. m. Vol-
unteers for this important work
are needed. Please report to the
Temple.
Thursday, all day, January
22nd, Sisterhood Red Cross Sew-
ing group.
Men's Club
At the annual meeting for
election of officers of the Men's
Club the following were elected
for the ensuing year: Harold B.
Spaet, president; Dr. Albert E.
Rosenthal, 1st vice president;
Jerome E. Freehling, 2nd vice
president; Dr. Alfred Augustine,
treasurer; Henry Kauffmann,
secretary.
Members of the Men's Club
board of directors elected were:
George Adler, Dr. Lawrence Ad-
ler, Harry Boyell, William Homa,
Dr. Benjamin Landau, Herman
Marks, Isaac Joffe, G. Louis Men-
delson, Frank A. Perlman, B. W.
Slote, Ed Lovetts, David Lyons,
Hi Rifas, Dr. Irvin Silvern, Jo-
seph Socoloff, Dr. Philip Wein-
stein.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Tillie Weil
Sabbath Eve services Fridav
at 8 p. m., including the second
in a series of popular lectures, be-
gun last week, on "What's in a
Name'.'"
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood social, for men and
women, benefit of the American
Red Cross, Monday at 8 p. m.
Sisterhood sewing day, for war
relief organizations, Wednesday
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Adult Bible and Hebrew class,
Wednesday at 8 p. m.
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls------------7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon------------8:00 a. m.
Mincha________,-----------5:30 p.m.
Maariv-----------------------6:00 p. m.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
226S S. W. 21st Terrace
Friday Night Forum
"In the Name of God" will be
the subject of this week's Friday
night lecture by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. Last week's subject
was provocative of a great deal
of discussion. We welcome
young and old to this weekly
Forum. Cantor Mamches leads
in the communal singing. The
service opens promptly at 8:30
and closes at 9:30 p. m.
Sabbath Services
Our Rabbi will preach on "The
Leader" this Saturday morning.
Our cantor will chant the prayer
for the new monthShvat which
begins Sunday evening.
Junior services will be held in
our Community Building under
the direction of A. Loskove.
P. T. A. Tea
Our Religious School P. T. A.
invites its members, parents of
our Religious School children
and all adults interested in Jew-
ish education to an Acquaint-
anceship Tea to be held at the
London Arms Hotel this Tues-
day at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. A. Steinberg, president,
will introduce the toastmaster,
Mrs. Harry Faber. Mrs. Moses
Krieger will give the invocation.
Mr. Aaron Greenspan, accompan-
ied by Miss A. Foster will ren-
der a number of vocal selections.
Our Glee Club will offer a num-
ber of new songs.
Refreshments will be served.
There will be no solicitation c
funds.
Glee Club
Our Glee Club will wear its
new blue-and-white costumes for
the first time at the P.T.A. Tea.
Heading the costume committee
were: Miss Beatrice Kalstein,
Mrs. Hyman H. Enerfeld and
Mrs. A. Steinberg.
Miss Sonya Shpall with the as-
sistance of Miss Foster are train-
ing the Club in a number of new
Palestinian songs.
Pro Patria
There have been many requests
that we publish from time to time
a word of greeting from our
members who are serving with
Uncle Sam's fighting forces. We
are pleased to accede to that
request and convey the regards
here of Dr. Milton S. Saslaw a
former member of our board of
directors, who serves with the
medical corps in Camp Selby,
Hattiesburg. Miss, and wants to
be remembered to all.
In the Synagogue
Rabbi Kellner will preach a
special sermon this Shabbos in
conjunction with the forthcoming
Federation drive and will speak
on "Give and Help Give."
The Sholos Sudos this week is
donated by Fred K. Shochet in
honor of his late father's yahr-
zeit, which was observed in the
synagogue on Wednesday last.
Rabbi Gluck meets with the
Mishna class daily and at pre-
sent teaches the tractate pesa-
chim.
Cultural Forum
The next cultural forum of the
synagogue will be held on Mon-
day night. January 19th at 8:15
p. m. in the new synagogue and
Rabbi Kellner will lead a discus-
sion on "What I Don't Believe."
A cordial welcome is extended to
all.
Jewish Radio Hour
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
weekly Jewish radio program at
4:30 p. m. on Sunday next over
Station WIOD and will speak on
"A Total War. for Total Peace"
and he will have as his guest
Rabbi Harry Greenfield of De-
troit.
Rabbi To Talk
Rabbi Kellner has been invited
to speak before the "Town Hall
of the Open Air" conducted by
the Spinoza Forum and will
speak on Tuesday night coming
on the subject of "The Peace To
Be."
Boruch Hashem
We rejoice with the family of
our brother Nathan Adelman
over his fortunate escape .from
serious injury and we pray for
his speedy and complete recov-
ery.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sincere
congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
George Cohen upon the birth
of their daughter. May they
Taise their offspring in good
health and happiness.
Congratulations
We are pleased to extend sin-
cere good wishes to Mr. and Mrs.
Foster upon the birth of their
little girl and pray that they may
raise her in good Jewishness and
in great happiness.
Now more than ever before
your utmost help is needed.
Support Federation.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
CONSECRATION
5301 West Flagler Street
Full Information Gladly Given
Miami Beach Jewish Center
1415 Euclid Avenue
Telephone 5-4781 and 5-4782
'.L-'<~4&3 jir&&i i&uat
B^HBHHIal
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fJewisti Tic rid ton
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942

(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
&^-
r
Fi^PraHnn *M.? .hc fflCeS 0f the Greater Miami Jewish
mVtnr^ i P5sLwcekJin resPnse l a call for volunteers is
SltJ^l i7,C- Addrcssed t0 Day J- Apte, chairman of the 1942
rtMacDill Field. Tampa" ** frm telei Luhman Sta,ioned
Mr. Apte. upon receipt of the letter, stated that "This Gesture is
arnnXawUh' '! ,h",s-,|rit that a" f US have with regardto Federa-
tion. We will make sacrifices to make this drive a success "
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
The establishment of Palestine
as a Jewish Homeland is the key-
note for Junior Hadassah's pro-
grams these days.
The Miami Unit is among the
265 Junior Hadassah groups
functioning in 42 states. Junior
Hadassah which has a national
membership of 20.000 maintains
a children's village, a citrus farm
and a nurse's training school in
Palestine, and participates in the
land-purchasing and reforesta-
tion programs of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund. Junior Hadassah
supports Youth Aliyah. the
account of the "Black Out" last
Sunday night, will be held this
coming Sunday at 7 p. m. in our
newly decorated auditorium.
Federation Campaign
We again urge our members
and friends to volunteer their
services in behalf of the Federa-
tion Campaign and respond to
its call. Particularly should our
members be interested in view of
the fact that our Congregation is
a constituent agency, arid our
Talmud Torah is a participating
agency.
Junior Services
Junior Congregational services
will be conducted Saturday
morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Sisterhood Bulletin
Mrs. Isadore Cohen, general
chairman of the Annual Sister-
hood Purim Ball, wishes to an-
nounce that this Traditional af-
fair will take place in the Beth
David Talmud Saturday even-
ing, February 22nd. Full de-
tails will be mentioned in next
week's issue.
Yahrzeiten
The following "Yahrzeiten"
whose names are inscribed in
our Memorial Book of Life, will
be observed this month of She-
vat. The anniversary candle is
lit the evening before the Eng-
lish date mentioned, and the I
Kaddish begins the same even-
ing, until sunset of the day men-
tioned:
Chaim Shloma, brother of Dan-
iel Sepler. January 19th; Yehu-
dah Laeb, father of Mrs. Frances
Warshoff, January 20th; Anna
Weintraub. mother of Joe Wein-
traub. January 21st: Mendel
Fisher, father of Mrs. N. Sper-
ling. January 21st; Louis Simon,
father of Murray Simon, Jan-
uary 22nd; Moshe. father of Mrs
Win, Friedman, January 23rd;
Rev. Mordecha Laeb, father of
Meyer Schwartz, January 24th;
Yaakov, father of Norman Ross-
man. January 24th; Rivkah. sis-
ter of Florence Markowitz, Jan-
uary 25th; Hirsch, husband of
uora Leiberman, January 25th;
XaT} Hjrwhel. father of Mrs.
Adolph Haimes, January 26th;
Kaczel. mother of Mrs. Dora Co-
hen. January 30th; Yosef. in
memory of Joseph Aronson. Jan-
uary 30th; Leah Raeza, mother of
?'uRP,yv,s- January 29th; Yehu-
dah Flvee, father of Louis Wein-
kle, January 30th; Moshe Zaev
5." 0\ffui? Markowitz. January
31st; Ehyohu, father of Herbert
Kleiman. January 31st; Glicka
mother of Mrs. Hillman Feb-'
ruary 2nd; Yitzchock, father of
Pictured above reading from left to right are: Mrs. Barney
Weinkle, Mrs. EIry Stone and Mrs. Samuel Rost of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They are serving
as unit chairmen in the forthcoming drive January 18th to 28th
FROM THE
SWIVEL
HAIR
C
migration movemen^'which hasISfw^DavSC*& ***'#
SZ2, "SIS1 ,housands 'S^5b[52ff
European children m Palestine, remow. February 2nd Ahrnn
The second affair to be spon- Shloma. husband of Ida Mar"
sored by the Miami Unit for fus. February 2nd; Sorah Bal-
tunds to support these projects I mother of Mrs. S. J. Pal-
will be the annual mah jongg and
card party which will be held at
the Wofford Hotel on Monday
evening. January 26th at 8 p. m
Tickets are 75c per person which
includes a full evening's enter-
tainment, refreshments and door
prizes.
Miss Sylvia Geringer, general
chairman and her committee
composed of Miss Abbie Cohn
Miss Lillian Cohen, Miss Mildred
Friedman. Miss Hana Mack, Mrs
Rochelle Sherman, Miss Bette
Sir and Miss Belle Tannen have
worked very hard in planning
this party so I ask all of you,
both men and women, to help
these girls make this affair a suc-
cess. Tickets may be purchased
by any member of Junior Hadas-
sah.
lott. February 4th; Ester, mother
of Jacob Scher. February 4th-
Fohr"1, = ur of So1 Rotford.
February 5th; Chayim, father of
MniT3 .KFebruary 8th: Chaya
Molka, mother of Mohilner fam-
W'February 9th. TziDorah
ther of Mrs. Katie Marks Feb-
{"hor0' Vtl}: Tobias Borochoff fa-
mer of Louis Borochoff Feb-
ruary 12th: Memasche. father of
Isadore and David Kaplan Feb-
ruary 14th; Raeze Rochel, mother
?LhIsador<\ Goldstein, February
r(,h;Arr01h0m' father ot Walter
Lonen, February 15th.
~ Give now! Help now! Act
Give
now!
Support Federation.
JEWISH FEDERATION
CAMPAIGN STARTS
SUNDAY. JANUARY 18TH
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIN
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggest
ButBiggest Because Best
2-608S PHONE 5-1317
Help Wanted
Can you speak? ... Do you
have any dramatic qualities? .
The ADL has need of several vol-
unteers with some public speak-
ing experience or the writing of
radio scripts ... If you have tal-
ent and have time, enlist your
services in a project related to
your own welfare and security
Give us a ring at the office and
we'll be glad to talk it over with
you.
Confederate Hero
On January 22, Judah P. Ben-
jamin, Jewish Confederate sec-
retary of state, will be honored
by the United Daughters of the
Confederacy ... A marker will
be placed in his honor at Sara-
sola. Florida ... In connection
A solicitor for the Brooklyn
Jewish Examiner at present is
visiting various Jewish indi-
viduals in this city. In at least
one instance he represented
himself to be affiliated with
the Anti Defamation League
and to be engaged in fighting
anti-Semitism.
We take this means of in-
!HT.ug th* Jewish community
I l i?L has no solicit
in the field and has no affilia-
ion with the Brooklyn Jew-
ish Examiner or any other pe-
riodical. H
IT LIKES YOU
August bSoTIS?
C____IS the BEST.' *
KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS
Compare Our Poultry and Prices at
SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO
317 N. W. Fifth Street
Shoched On Duty Every Day phone 2-3508
Perhaps it may be due to a
misunderstanding Last spring
some 90,000 were registered for
volunteer service For a num-
ber of reasons, though, this list
never was used ... It now is nec-
essary to register again, not wait
to get called The filter cen-
ter especially is in need of wo-
men.
So step up, folks, to the In-
graham Building ... Let those in
charge have your names and
qualifications Remember it is
your own homes that you are
preparing to defend The war
effort is "One for all and all for
one."
Neither Jew Nor Christian
Until recently Miami Beach
could lay claim to an honor all its
own ... It had the one. yes, the
only specimen of its kind .
No. it wasn't a circus freak or a
sideshow attraction ... It was
the only neon sign in the world
blazoning forth the stipulation of
"Gentiles only" ... The owner
finally changed his wording and
the Beach lost a questionable dis-
tinction.
We record also a change in ad-
vertising of that hotel with the
nautical name located on the
ocean The five obnoxious
signs guarding the entrance have
been removed completely.
We wonder how many hotel
keepers who advertise for "Gen-
tiles only" have ever read the
dictionary ... if ,hey did, per-
haps they, too. would be eager to
change their signs Webster
defines 'Gentile" as "one neither
a Jew nor a Christian; a heath-
fl,-,' A flne c>>entele some es-
tablishments seem to be seeking I
Men of Good Will
"Men of good will resist ev-
ery attempt to divide our citi-
zens along racial or religious
nr|es ... So runs one of the
slogans issued by the National
Conference of Christians and
Jews ... Men of good will re-
cently gave one disciple of
bchickelgruber here in Florida
the surprise of his life.
A nation-wide non-Jewish con-
cern which happens to employe
few Jewish salesmen, had sched-
S,' convention at a certain
Iff .7r tel Just Prior ^ the
affair ,t was learned that the
md"ageme,V would not allow
tT,TLCri l.the Jewis" religion
Beach Commonwealth
Title Company
208 Mercantile Bank Bldg.
ABSTRACTS
TITLE INSURANCE
ESCROWS
PHONE 5-3346
W. J. McLEOD. JR.
Vice President
with the event we have prepared
'ife odf,BenJaSndramTthifg, "T i
suitable for presenta^ o^the K^ rmS-
oropram f _.. >e The concern insisted that the
SEtoS^ emPlyees be accom-
modated along with the rest
tnn'vo"! refused' whcreuPon the
?,"n,was cancelled so far
cer,,.H partlAcular P'ace was con-
sus n 'J ^nd thc management
sanS'doflars'055 f ""* thU'
Jew,hi',e W certainly don't want
;Tn' So. where they aren't
men T" U, 'S hearteg to see
2L2 f ?d Wil1 thus s"ow their
contempt for the man of ill will.
racv ,rf I Urfailh in the democ-
ucy of America
Gut Shabbos!
program of any group meeting n
the community.
scrTot" tnrl haVC the USe of thc
v"pt for, vour organization .
You need only call at the ADL
onice Incidentally, the scrim
is being used by B'nai R> fh
Lodges throughout the state K
w... *tep UP- Folks
With all the newspaper nuh
defense JE7f %gg.
Se^^^tVtSs^-T
flo*i0A S*ERVING
*1"'CAN.J4W.SH DINNER
4 4 6 COLLINS iVI
Miami u*ch


FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942
*Jewisti fkridiftn
PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARHY SCHWARTZ
Servicemen I
The "Y" in Defense
i's Dance Outstanding
Success
Soldiers and Sailors who at-
tended the Servicemen's Dance
at the "Y" last Saturday night
acclaimed it one of the best
dances of its kind that was ever
held in this area. They should
know; they attend all of them.
They were particularly pleased
at the movies that were taken
by our ace cameraman, Herman
Waitsman, and which will be
shown at our next Servicemen's
Dance on January 24th.
In order that there be no mis-
understanding, these dances are
conducted under strict rules and
regulations as laid down by the
National Defense Council. These
rules provide that no girl under
18 years of age can be admited
to these dances. Hostesses must
bring the young ladies to and
from the dance and no girl can
be admitted without a ticket
which is distributed by the Chief
Hostess. Since so many requests
have been made for tickets, the
Army and Navy Committee spon-
soring these dances, has decided
to have a rotating system. A
number of girls will be invited
to each dance so that everyone
will have an opportunity to be
here. Last week our hostesses
were: Mrs. Hacker, Chief Host-
ess; Mrs. Monte Selig, Mrs. Day
J. Apte, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs.
Ethel Grossman, Mrs. Levitan,
Mrs. Ida Optner, Mrs. A. Kravetz,
Mrs. Kitty Greenstein, Mrs.
Betty Rothschild, Mrs. Mildred
Ruoenstein and Mrs. Essie Schaf-
fer. Hostesses are appointed by
the committee.
Y. M. H. A. Building Designated
as Emergency First Aid American
Red Cross Station
Through the efforts of Mrs.
Essie Schaffer, our Red Cross
First Aid Instructor, the Y. M. H.
A. building was designated as an
official emergency First Aid
American Red Cross Station for
the purpose of conducting stand-
ard first aid courses. The first
course will open at the "Y" on
Monday morning, January 26th
at 9:30 a. m. and will continue
every Monday through Friday
thereafter. Classes will also be
the evenings if enough per-
sons desire to take such a course.
All those interested please regis-
ter at the "Y" immediately as
no one will be admitted after
registration is closed.
Recreation Training Institute
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, in in receipt of a com-
munication from Miss Elizabeth
Bush, district supervisor of the
Statewide Recreation Project, to
the effect that a Recreation
Training Institute will be held
during the week of January 19th
at the Gralyn Hotel. This In-
stitute is free of charge and is
especially designed for volun-
teers who are interested in con-
ducting recreational activities
for Servicement. It is emphatic-
ally obligatory to work after the
training period and one should
not undertake the responsibility
of passing it on afterward. The
following is a list of subject
matter which will be included in
this course:
1. Familiarize volunteers with
the need and purpose of a De-
fense Recreation Project.
2. Party Plans.
3. Method of conducting a
round dance for Servicemen.
4. Method of teaching square
dancing for Servicemen.
5. Method of ballroom dancing.
6. Method of teaching and lead-
ing the La Conga.
7. Practice teaching for eac>
volunteer.
Anyone interested please con-
tact Mr. Grossman and register
with him.
Arts and Crafts for Adults
Mrs. Samuel Schaffer has been
appointed chairman of the Arts
and Crafts committee for Adults.
The first session will begin on
Wednesday, February 4th, at 2
p. m., and will continue every
Wednesday afternoon thereafter.
Girls' Group
The Girls' Group recently or-
ganized at the "Y" has been
meeting there regularly every
Wednesday evening and has de-
signated their group as The Girls'
Progressive Club. The officers of
the club are: Mildred Berkowitz,
president; Ethel Pont, vice presi-
dent; Marcie Adelman, secretary;
and Bernice Greenstein, treas-
urer.
Soldier's Hospitality
Of the many letters that the
"Y" receives from the different
men in the service thanking us
for the fine hospitality shown,
the following letter is most ex-
traordinary. Sometime ago a
young man wrote to us from
camp saying that he is an Aus-
trian refugee, that he is without
funds, but that he can get a fur-
lough and asked us to arrange
hospitality for him. Mr. Gross-
man contacted Mr. Irving
Frankel, owner of the Norman
Hotel. Mrs. Frankel replied, al-
though the hotel is crowded, she
would be glad to entertain him
at her home. When this young
man arrived, Mr. Grossman met
him at the station and Mrs.
Frankel picked him up at the
"Y" and took him to her home
where he was wined and dined.
The following letter which was
received from this young man
should encourage others to fol-
low suit.
Ft. Screven, Ga.
January 9, 1942
Mr. Maurice Grossman
Miami, Fla.
Dear Mr. Grossman:
I am sorry that I did not
have the chance to say goodbye to
you and thank you personally for
the wonderful furlough which
you made possible by procuring
the hospitality at Frankel's.
Since I am in this country I
never enjoyed any hospitality as
much and I will always think
with gratitude to you and Fran-
kel's back to the beautiful time
I spent in Miami Beach which
gave me new strength to con-
tinue my service in the U. S.
Army till victory is won.
Yours gratefully,
Private Henry Ungar
Station Complement
"Y" Elects New Board Members
At a special meeting of the
board of directors held on Wed-
nesday evening, January 7th, Da-
vid Brown and Leo Eisenstein
were elected to fill existing va-
cancies. Both these gentlemen
are well known in the commu-
nity and the "Y" extends to them
a most cordial welcome.
YMHA Bowling League Standing
emoriam
DR. WEIZMANN OUTLINES
JEWISH POST-WAR DEMANDS
New York (WNS)Dr. Chaim \
Weizmann, president of the Jew- ;
ish Agency for Palestine and of
the World Zionist Organization,
outlined the Zionist post-war de-
mands for a Jewish state in Pal-
estine, in an article in the Jan-
uary issue of Foreign Affairs.
"The Arabs." Dr. Weizmann
stated, "will greatly profit from
a British victory by obtaining in-
dependence in Syria and Lybia,
and as large a measure of nation-
al unity as they themselves are
capable of achieving. On the
other hand, it is essential to ob-
tain such a settlement in Pales-
tine as will help to solve the
Jewish problemone of the most
disturbing problems in the world.
"The Arabs must, therefore, be
clearly told that the Jews will be
encouraged to settle in Palestine,
and will control their own immi-
gration; that here Jews who so
desire will be able to achieve
their freedom and self-govern-
ment by establishing a state of
their own, and ceasing to be a
minority dependent on the will
and pleasure of other nations.
"In that state, there will be
complete civil and political equal-
ity of rights for all citizens, with-
out distinction of race or relig-
ion, and, in addition, the Arabs
will enjoy full autonomy in their
own internal affairs. But if any
Arabs do not wish to remain in a
Jewish state, every facility will
be given to them to transfer to
one of the many and vast Arab
countries."
Won
31
28
24
19
19
18
16
13
Lost
11
Schwartz
Al Berkowitz
Sam Seitlin
Louis Spector
Weinkle
Abe Berkowitz
Reisman
Streit
Averages
M. Milstein
Hal Berkowitz
Sol Weinkle
Levin
Levinson
Al Berkowitz
Abe Berkowitz
Reisman
Schwartz
Grossman
Y. W. H. A.
The Y. W. H. A. will hold a
general meeting next Wednesday
evening, January 21st at 8 p. m.
in the "Y" Clubrooms. Their
guest speaker will be a mem-
ber of the Dade County Defense
Council. Members and friends
are invited.
14
18
23
23
24
26
29
108
105
105
104
103
102
191
100
100
99
Miami Jewish Federation Cam-
paign begins Sunday, January
18th.
I WANT MY MILK
And Be Sure It's
FLORIDA
DAIRIES
HOMOGENIZED
Vitamin "D" Milk
"Milk Producta"
Dacro Protected
TEL. 2-2621
Greater Miami Delivery
Visit Our Farm at
6200 N. W. 32nd Street
Fold his hands upon his
breast,
Close his tired eyes,
Let no wail disturb his
rest
Where he, sleeping lies.
He has drunk life's hon-
ey-cup,
He has drained the
gall
You may pile Life's bau-
bles up,
He is through with all.
He is through with
laughter gay,
He is through with
tears;
All his nights have flown
away,
All his dragging years.
Sing him songs of quiet
cheer,
Sound no dolesome
knell;
1 know he says, could we
but hear,
"My children, all is
well."
ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET
DIED 6th OF SHVAT. 5689 (JANUARY 17. 1929)
In Loving Remembrance His Children
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mr. and Mrs. Engel of Atlantic
City, after spending two months
at the Gilbert Hotel, left for Mi-
ami Beach where they will spend
the remainder of the season at
the Evans Hotel.
LEGAL NOTICES
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goldman
of Boston have arrived to spend
the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordin and J.
Leo Rader were recent visitors
from Belle Glade.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name or
TUDOR INN at 221 N. E. 2nd St..
Miami, Florida, intends to register the
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
J. H. PENFIELD
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ulflt
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EM-IS IN WONDERLAND FRUIT
.SHIPPERS, located at 218 Espanola
Wav. Miami Beach, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Flor-
ida
Owned and Operated By
LEO J. F.I.T.IS
12/19-28 1/2-9-16
Mrs. Esther Halpern is a pa-
tient at the Good Samaritan Hos-
pital where she recently under-
went an operation.
Mrs. Carl N. Herman and Mrs.
Alexander Gordon were recently
announced as senior hostesses for
the Morrison Field Club.
LEADERS FEEL JEWS SHOULD
BE PART OF UNITED NATION
London (WNS)The belief is
gaining ground in both Jewish
and non-Jewish circles here that
recognized world Jewish organ-
izations should be included
among the United Nations which
recently pledged in Washington
a war to the finish against Hit-
lerism.
Liberal European diplomats,
supporting the views of British
Jewish leaders, pointed out this
week that the Jews were the first
to suffer from Nazism.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LOU'S SERVICE STATION, located
at 220.ri S. W. 8th St.,Miami, intendi
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dads
County. Florida. _______
I/WIS SPECTOR
12/19-26 1/2-9-16
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ANCHOR HUNDRY AND
CLEANERS. Intends to register the
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
S. STAMLER
BURNETT ROTH.
Attorney for Applicant.
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. In-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. ___
ALFRED GOTTESMAN
12/26 1/2-9-16-23
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCH-
ERS, Intend to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ELYE MENDEL REISMAN
MRS. ANNIE REISMAN
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SILVER SERVICE COMPANY
(not Inc.) intends to register the aald
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
MOE FEINGOLD
12/12-19-26 1/2-9
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engag*
In business under the fictitious name
Of OCEAN BREEZE HOTEL at 821
First St.. Miami Beach. Florida, in-
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida. moN
L. ZAVON
12/12-19-J* l/2-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LEFROY JEWELRY STORE at 168
E. Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
S. EISENBERG
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GD7EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
GOODE PIE CO. Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HYMAN GOTTESMAN
SAUL MER1NGOFF
1/16-23-30 2/6-13 ____________
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engnge In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLINS PARK HOTEL, Intend to
register the said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JONAS GREENWALD
DAVID ROSNER
1/16-23-30 2/1-18
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PAGE EIGHT
vJenisti Morid/ian
FRIDAY, JANUARY 16. 1942

T!
IS REPUDIATED BY
New York ( W N S ) Henry
Ford, who has been frequently
linked with paid anti-Jewish pro-
pagandists, last week issued a
strong denial of any anti-Semitic
bias and condemned "hate-mon-
gering" against the Jews as a
"distinct disservice to our coun-
try."
The automobile magnate repu-
diated charges of anti-Semitism,
made against him with increasing
frequency during recent years, in
a letter to Sigmund Livingston
of Chicago, national chairman of
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
The letter to Mr. Livingston
followed shortly after a personal
interview between Mr. Ford and
Richard E. Gutstadt. national di-
rector of the Anti-Defamation
League, at the Ford office in De-
troit. Mr. Gutstadt reported lat-
er that he found Mr. Ford "very
pleasant." The interview was
arranged by Harry H. Bennett,
Mr. Ford"s personnel director,
who explained that the Detroit
magnate was "highly indignant"
over the charges of anti-Semitism
levelled against him.
In his letter Mr. Ford declared
that he was convinced that "agi-
tation for the creation of hate
against the Jew or any other ra-
cial or religious group had been
utilized to divide our American
community and to weaken our
national unity." The text of Mr.
Ford's letter follows:
"In our present national and
international emergency, I con-
sider it of importance that I
clarify some general misconcep-
tions concerning my attitude to-
ward my fellow-citizens of Jew-
ish faith. I do not subscribe to
or support, directly or indirectly. |
any agitation which would pro-1
mote antagonism against my Jew-
ish fellow-citizens. I consider
that the hate-mongering preval-
ent for some time in this country
against the Jews, is of distinct
disservice to our country, and to
the peace and welfare of human-
ity.
''At the time of the retraction I
by me of certain publications
concerning the Jewish people, in ,'
pursuance of which I ceased pub-
lication of "The Dearborn Inde-
pendent," I destroyed copies of
literature prepared by certain
persons connected with its pub-
lication. Since that time I have
given no permission or sanction
to anyone to use my name as
sponsoring any such publication,
or being the accredited author
thereof.
'I am convinced that there is
no greater dereliction among the
Jews than there is among any
other classes of citizens. I am
convinced, further, that agitation
for the creation of hate against
the Jew or any other racial or
religious group, has been utilized
to divide our American commun-
ity and to weaken our national
unity.
"I strongly urge all my fellow-
citizens to give no aid to any
movement whose purpose is. to
arouse hatred against any group.
It is my sincere hope that now
in this country and throughout
the world, when this war is fin-
ished and peace once more es-
tablished, hatred of the Jew.
commonly known as anti-Semi-
tism, and hatred against any oth-
er racial or religious group, shall
cease for all time."
Mr. Ford's present repudiation
of anti-Semitism was regarded
here as his strongest statement
on the subject since June, 1927.
when he addressed a letter to the
late Louis Marshall "retracting"
violent anti-Jewish attacks pub-
lished over a period-of years in
Mr. Fords magazine, the Dear-
born Independent.
Faced with a SI.000.000 libel
suit. Mr. Ford al thai time wrote:
I deem it my duty as an honor-
able man to make amends for the
wrong done to the Jews as fel-
low-men and brothers, by asking
their forgiveness for the harm I
have unintentionally committed.
by retracting so far as lies with-
in my power the offensive charges
laid at their door by these publi-
cations and by giving them the
unqualified assurance that hence-
forth they may look to me for
friendship and good-will."
MIAMI FURRIER HAS MANY|
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS
B. SHEFNER
Mr. B. Shefner. well-known
lecurer in the Jewish world, will
feature a series of talks under
the sponsorship of the Workmen's
Circle Branch 692 of Greater Mi-
ami. The lectures will take place
at the Arbeiter Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach on
Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday
and Friday. January 20th through
23 rd.
Mr. Shefner is from Poland and
prior to its downfall was con-
nected with the publication
"Folkseintung." He underwent
a strenuous journey in leaving
Na/i-controlled Poland and fill
into the hands of the Russian au-
thorities with whom he had
great difficulties because of his
writings about the Russian-Ger-
man pact with Hitler prior to
their disagreement
Since his arrival in this coun-
try his articles have appeared in
the 'Forwards." He has ad-
dressed many groups throughout
the country and his audiences
have acclaimed him as giving a
complete insight into conditions
abroad.
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est Herry Scherman, Book-
of-the-Month mastermind, joined
the ranks of book writers only
three years ago. but his fourth
opus has already been published.
Its title is "The Lust Hope of
Earth,"
ABOUT PEOPLE
That OEM Film Division is go-
ing to be something, we can
plainly see Now Ben Hecht
has been drafted lo write a screen
play for it Aside to R. A. of
Jersey City: Thanks for the bou-
quet ... As it happens, we had
known for some time about Lau-
rence Steinhardt's new appoint-
mentthat's why we told you
several weeks ago that something
of the sort was in the air
That handsome six-footer. Pri-
vate Sam Springer of the U. S.
Army, who is considered one of
the bright prospects in the Gold-
en Gloves boxing tournament for
the benefit of the USO fund, is a
nephew ol' the late Hebrew writ-
er Reuben Brainin, and in pri-
vate life a magazine illustrator
This year, Dorothy Kilgallen re-
minds, marks just two decades
since the emergence of a new
figure in the field of entertain-
ment: The stooge And the
"ist of the breed was Sid Silv-
ers who today is an important
Hollywood executive ... If you're
a racing fan you've probably
known it for a long time, but
wove just discovered that the
famous horse Alsab is named for
his owner. Al Sabath
Help rebuild Jewish lives in
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I. Rosengarten. Miami's pioneer
furrier is receiving the plaudits
of his many patrons for the satis-
faction, quality and service ren-
dered. They arc well aware that
when buying from the well-
known furrier they will get the
best furs the market affords.
Purchasing a fur jacket is a
very weighty matter and some-
thing not accomplished in a day's
shopping, but instead requires
considerable thought. However,
an exclusive furrier establish-
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day in the year solves the prob-
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Rosengarten devotes all his
skill and concentrating constantly
on modern methods and the new-
est styles, enables his customers
to get the very latest and best in
furs.
It is true that furs are sold in
many stores other than at fur
establishments, but they are only
handled a few months out of
the year, the salespeople are not
thoroughly acquainted with their
qualities and these furs are not
made by manufacturers who fol-
low stock methods, and where
individuality is not concerned. It
takes a specialist to make truly
smart coats and Mr. Rosengarten
is considered one of the best
when it comes to choosing furs.
His establishment at 118 South
Miami Avenue is new and spa-
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ways, the Defense Council of
Dade County announced this
week in stressing a campaign for
the purchase by Dade countians
of Dade produce. This buying,
Council officials pointed out. en-
ables local growers to become
more nearly self-sustaining and
also gives them opportunity for
planting "greater varieties, thus
giving this area an increased
source of food supply.
In case of sustained attack on
South Florida, a large crop of
many kinds of fruits and veg-
etables would go a long way to-
ward preventing an immediate
food shortage in a community
where many staple foods are im-
ported from other sections of the
nation. Not only that, but the
increased consumption of locally
raised produce would conserve
gasoline and rubber, through the
reduction of the long hauls need-
ed to bring vegetables in the
manpower hours used in driving
trucks for such transportation.
These steps, it was pointed out.
leave the highways clearer and
thus speed the transportation of
war and defense materials and at
the same time leave hundreds of
men with time that can be used
to better advantage in other de-
fense steps instead of driving
trucks of vegetables and fruits to
Florida.
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prices are the following Dade-
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and lima beans, carrots, Chinese
cabbage, celery, lettuce, grape-
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This Supplement Contains Information Regarding the Campaig n of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
___________ f
SUPPLEMENT EDITION
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 16. 1942
PAGE NINE
FEDERATION 1942 GOAL SET AT $159,902.00
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Many Workers
Give Services
For Huge Task
More than 600 men and wo-
men have volunteered their ser-
vices for the drive of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation which
will officially open at a kickoff
breakfast Sunday morning at the
Terrace Grill on Miami Beach.
These workers have been formed
into teams of men and women
and with a youth group work to-
gether with their captains in the
various divisions. The leaders,
team captains and their mem-
bers enrolled to date include:
OFFICERS
ChairmanDay J. Apte.
Vice ChairmenSamuel Blank.
Nathan Glosser, Maurice J. Ko-
pelowitz. Marcie Liberman, Baron
deHirsch Meyer, Stanley C. My-
ers, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Monte
Selig, Jacob Sher, William Tara-
dash. Mitchell Wolfson.
f----------------------------
Save Them From Destruction!
Division No. 1Special Gifts
ChairmanBenjamin E. Brons-
ton.
MembersLeonard L. Abess,
Rudy R. Adler, Morris Alpert,
CAMPAIGN
HEADQUARTERS
1002 Consress Bldg.
Phone 3-5411
Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte, Mrs.
R. W. Apte, Albert Berkeley,
Samuel Blank, Dr. Frank Coret,
Leo Eisenstein. Samuel Estroff,
Isaac Levin, Joseph Lipton, Sam-
uel Luby, Baron deHirsch Mey-
er. Mrs. Benjamin Meyers, S. B.
Miller, Stanley C. Myers, Max
Orovitz, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Hy
Rifas, Morton Russack, Monte
Selig, Jacob Sher, Benjamin
Slote, Elry Stone, Joseph Stein,
Carl Weinkle, Gus Hilb, William
D. Singer, Sol S. Goldstrom, M.
Scheinberg,.
Apartment House Division
ChairmanDaniel Broad.
Captain, Team No. 51Matthew
Silverstein.
Captain, Team No. 52Albert
L. Kahn.
Captain, Team No. 53Bertram
Raff.
Captain, Team No. 54Martin
Lipman.
Captain. Team No. 55Mrs.
Jeanette Eisner.
Captain, Team No. 56Peretz
Kottler.
Captain, Team No. 57Jacob
Lurie.
Volunteer Service Division
Chairman, Mrs. Monte Selig.
Office UnitMrs. Arthur Spor-
burg.
Telephone Unit, Division 10
Mrs. Daniel Rosenbaum.
Publicity Division
ChairmanWilliam Boxerman.
Give Them A
Helping Hand
The juggernaut of war and oppression has
bowed down many hundreds of thousands of Jews
in European lands and is threatening the existence
of millions of others. The United Jewish Appeal
for Refugees, Overseas Needs-and Palestine repre-
sents American Jewry's all-out effort to assure the
survival of the Jewish people. Maximum resources
are required to provide urgently needed war relief
and rehabilitation assistance through the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee; to promote the upbuilding
and defense of the Jewish homeland in Palestine
through the United Palestine Appeal; and to pro-
vide for the integration of refugees in the United
States through the National Refugee Service.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 10
Give Now to the 1942 Greater Miami
Jewish Federation Campaign
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VOLUNTEER WORKERS
TO AID IN CAMPAIGN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9
Workers, Mrs. William Boxer-
man, Albert Berkeley. Chairman,
Speaker's Unit, Rabbi Max Sha-
piro.
Professional Division
Miami ChairmanJos. Wein-
traub. Unit ChairmenAlbert
Bernstein, Dr. Albert Rosenthal,
Dr. Philip Weinstein.
Miami Beach ChairmanHar-
old Turk. Unit ChairmenDr.
Frank Coret. Dr. Stanley Freh-
ling. Walter Kovner.
Arrangements
Chairma nMrs. Benjamin
Bronston.
Youth Division
ChairmanJerome Weinkle.
Men's Division
ChairmanJ. Gerald Lewis.
Chairman. Miami UnitLeo Ack-
erman.
Work-
Barney
Ernest
Work-
CAPTAINS AND WORKERS
Team No. 21
Captain. Burnett Roth.
ers: Marx Feinberg,
Goodman, Max Silver,
Sussman.
Team No. 22
Captain. Lionel Cassel.
ers: Alvin Cassel. Ben Appleman,
Jasper Cromer. Sidney Wasser-
man, John Weiss, George Wol-
pert.
Team No. 23
Captain, Al Pallot. Workers:
Jack Apte, Dr. Samuel Beckman,
George Chertkof. George Gold-
berg, George Rachlin, Frank
Rose, Al Rosenfeld, Harry S.
Schwartz, Sam Seitlin.
Team No. 24
Captain, Isaac Levin. Workers:
Abe Aronovitz, Henry Bulbin,
Abe Kurman. Harry Oliphant,
Sam Simonhoff.
Team No. 25
Co-Captains. Harry Boyell, and
Douglass Raff. Workers: David
Bass. Bernard Blank. Jerome
Freehling, Henry Kauffmann,
John Mand. Jules Pearlman,
Frank Pearlman. Morris Rubin,
Isadore Weinstein, and Herman
Wronker.
Team No. 26
Captain, Harold Tannen. Work-
ers: Alvin Cassel. Harold Cromer.
Maurice Cromer. Wm. Homa. Ed-
ward H. Levin. Nathan Ray-
mond, Arnold Rubin, Jay R.
Schwartz, Leonard Egert.
Team No. 27
Captain, Milton A. Friedman.
Workers: Amos Benjamin, Jo-
seph J. Bermann. Alex S. Cohen,
Edward Fink. Emanuel Gordon.
Hyman Kaplan. Samuel J. Rand,
Arthur Rifas. F. E. Stern, Her-
man Waitsman, David Frank,
George Siegel, Leo Steinman.
Harry Warren, Samuel Green,
berg.
Team No. 28
Captain. Leon Lieberman: co-
captain, Albert Quadow. Work-
ers: Leonard Margolis, Harry
Bell. Sam Blanch, Wm. Cootner,
L. Grossberg, Gilbert Levy, and
Charles Rosengarten.
Team No. 29
Captain, Hyland Rifas. Work-
ers: I. B. Berk, Jesse Glance,
Henry Kauffmann. Leon Kaplan,
Victor Levine, P. Neuwirth, Ar-
thur Rifas, Dave Rifas.
Team No. 210
Captain, H. M. Drewich. Work-
ers: William Clein. Rabbi H. M.
Kagcn, Max Mintzer
Team No. 211
Captain. Albert A. Green; co-
raptain, Sylvan Myers. Workers:
Benjamin Davis. Morris. Green,
William Lehman. Robert Lewin]
Jack Lindheimer. Arthur Rabe,
Marvin J. Rauzin. Daniel Roscn-
baum, Arthur Shandloff.
Team No. 212
Captain, Sam Silver. Workers:
Morris Bierman, Leon Elkin, Jo-
seph Scheinberg, Ben Silver, Mor-
ris Wroobel.
Team No. 213
Captain, Joseph Berman. Work-
ers: Miliord Davis, Max Hoffman,
Lew Kane, Arthur S. Kerne, Her-
man Pearl, Douglass Raff, Hugo
Shonberg, Saul Von Zamft, J. J.
Zion.
Team No. 215
Captain, J. A. Pisetsky. Work-
ers: Harry Blumin, Harry L. Da-
vis, Herman Goldberg, M. Lasky,
Sidney Lefcourt. Philip S. Opt-
ner, Abe Schonfeld. David Stu-
gin.
Team No. 216
Captain, S. B. Miller.
Team No. B-21
Captain. Burton Kahn. Work-
ers: Julian Friedman. Edwin
Finsilder. Albert Lehrman. Irv-
ing Liebowitz, Max J. Lubin.
Samuel Pepkowitz, Philip Sal-
mon.
Team No. B-22
Captain. Kenneth Oka. Work-
ers: Harry Levin. Joseoh Tepper.
Team No. B-23
Captain, William Feuer. Work-
i is, Jerome Bloom. Benjamin
Chaves, George Fcuer. Isadore
Friedman. Samuel Goodman, M.
Gottleib, Sylvan Lazarus. Al
Ossip. Jack Rosen, Max L. Thom-
son.
Team No. B-24
Captain, Harry Gordon. Work-
ers: Murray Berger, Herman M.
Berk. Herbert Fisher. Charles
Gertler, Leonard Gross, Morris
Kanter. Sam Lachman, John E.
Porte. Milton Wasman, Dr. Eu-
gene Weiss.
Team No. B-25
Captain, Morton Russack.
Workers, I. A. Dubinsky, Nathan
Kaplan, Fred Sheldon, Mayer
Spiesberger, O. Weiner, Albert
Leibow.
Team No. B-26
Captain, Louis Marcus; co-cap-
tain, Harry Rose. Workers: L.
Backerman, H. Fried, Mr. Hoch-
man, M. Jacobs. J. Kay, J. Kesit.
H. Laibson. J. Pollack, P. Rabin-
ovitz, A. Solomon.
Team No. B-27
Captain. Harry Zukernick.
Workers: Dr. William H. Bern-
stein, Leonard H. Gross, Herbert
J. Horowitz. Samuel W. Mayser,
J. Bernard Spector. Harold Un-
gerleider. Bertram C. Waller,
Max Meisel.
Team No. B-28
Captain. Rabbi Moses Meschel-
off, co-captain. Max Feit. Work-
ers: Edward Bender. M. B. Frank,
Dave Goldstein, Emanuel Wein-
berg.
Team No. B-29
Captain, George Bertram.
Workers: Leo Chaikin, Harry
Cornblum, Stanley Gettes, Isa-
dore Greenstein. Charles Wein-
stein, Louis Groner.
Team No. B-210
Captain, Henry Seitlin. Work-
ers: N. Bookspan, M. Emanuel. D.
Friedman, R. Gerbert, M. Hant-
man, Louis Marcus, B. Minen-
berg, D. Stone, J. E. Zevin.
Jlo4* you*. 1942 Qed&mtioH. ShMga. umU U d+UtuLdmd
60*
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FOOD
RELIEF AND
RECON-
STRUCTION
EDUCATION
AND
CULTURE
JEWISH SERVICE RECREATION HOSPITALS
DEFENSE AGENCIES AND AND
CHARACTER ORPHANAC.E5
BUILDING
WOMEN'S DIVISION
Chairman. Mrs. Stanley C.
Myc.-s.Miami Unit Chairman
Mrs. Elry Stone.
Team No. 41
Captain. Mrs. Al Berkeley.
Workers: Mrs. Sam Estroff, Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Steinberg, Mrs. John
Temple.
Team No. 44
Captain, Mrs. Henry Seitlin
Workers: Miss Sylvia Abrams,
Mrs. S. Augustine. Mrs. Morris
Bear. Mrs. M. Beck, Mrs. Sonia
Gerbert. Mrs. Jackson Hertzbcrg,
Mrs. Grace Hoffman. Mrs. Leib-
man, Mrs. Ann Sepsenwoll, Mrs.
S. Shapoff.
Team No. 45
Captain. Mrs. Sam Luby.
Workers: Mrs. Marrice Cohen,
Mrs. M. Davis. Mrs. Benjamin
Dubin, Mrs. H. Friedman, Mrs.
H. Kelman, Mrs. G. Leschel, Mrs.
Myron Newman, Mrs. N. B. Ross,
Mrs. Francis Stark, Mrs. M. S.
Taplin, Mrs. Herman Wronker.
Team No. 46
Captain, Mrs. Herbert Scher.
Workers: Mrs. Nat Blumberg,
Mrs. Maurice Furman, Mrs. Anna
Gordon. Mrs. Benjamin Kohl,
Mrs. Maury Koven, Mrs. Max
Marks, Mrs. Louis Rifas, Mrs.
Morris Rosenberg, Mrs. Sess Ros-
enthal. Mrs. Leo Steinberg, Mrs.
Samuel Getzug.
Team No. 47
Captain, Mrs. Meyer Schwartz;
Co-Captain, Mrs. Harry Oliphant.
Workers: Mrs. J. Barabash, Mrs.
Jacob Engler, Miss Mollie Eng-
ler, Mrs. George Goldberg, Mrs.
Louis Heiman, Mrs. Frank Oli-
ver. Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs.
Abraham Rubin, Mrs. Jerome
Weinkle, Mrs. Nat Zalka.
Team No. 48
Captain, Mrs. Morris Jacobs;
Co-Captain, Mrs. Charles Green-
stein. Workers: Mrs. R. Abel,
Mrs. A. Arnov, Mrs. H. Ehrlich,
Mrs. R. Ehrlich, Mrs. Charles Lef-
kove, Mrs. Phil Lener, Mrs. L.
Levenson, Mrs. N. Namoff, Mrs.
B. Rifkind. Mrs. J. Segal, Mrs.
H. Waitsman, Mrs. P. Spivack,
Mrs. Tetelbaum, Mrs. Zelser.
Team No. 49
Captain. Mrs. Harry Orlin; Co-
Captain, Mrs. George Wolpert.
Workers: Mrs. Louis Baron, Mrs.
S. B. Feldman. Mrs. Albert Ros-
enthal. Mrs. Max Shapiro. Mrs.
Libby Sterling, Mrs. Jack Stone.
Team No. 410
Captain. Mrs. Harry Rubin.
Workers: Mrs. J. H. Cohen. Mrs.
Joseph Fine. Mrs. Leo Hohauser,
Mrs. Anne Pastroff. Mrs. Doug-
las Raff. Mrs. Martin Raff, Mrs.
Hugo Shonberg, Mrs. Harold
Spaet, Mrs. Max Steuer.
Team No. 412
Captain. Mrs. Albert E. Pallot;
Co-Captain, Mrs. Sanford Kram-
er. Workers:Mrs. Alvin Cas-
Herman Wall. Mrs. Harry Wohl,
Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky.
Team No. 415
Captain. Mrs. Max Shapiro.
Workers:Mrs. J. L. Jacobs,
Mrs. H. August, Mrs. Beatrice
Cohen, Mrs. B. Busker. Mrs.
Isidore Fine. Mrs. Florence
Ghen, Mrs. Lena Janis. Mrs. Gco.
Kaplow. Mrs. Minna Lavine, Mrs.
Alice Pusar. Mrs. Rothchild,
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Emil Gould j M s7er Cr *'" ST
Lerv-inCMars10? k"Vi "? 2* >" ^SSL^TSL "?
Levin, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs.
Wm. Shayne. Miss Marcella Un-
gar, Mrs. Philip Weinstein. Mrs.
Nat Williams, Mrs. Sam Zinkow,
Mrs. Ben Markowitz.
Team No. 42
Captain, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan
Workers: Mrs. Leo Ackerman,
Mrs. George Adler, Mrs. Samuel
Dreisen, Mrs. Marx Feinberg,
Mrs. Henry Heilbrun, Mrs. Sam
Karns, Mrs. Edward Klein, Mrs.
Nathaniel J. Klein, Mrs. Leon
Levy, Mrs. Blanch Spitz, Mrs.
Max Sugarman.
Team No. 43
Captain, Mrs. George Chert-
kof f. Workers: Mrs. Jack Wm.
Baros. Mrs. Harry Blumin, Mrs.
Milton Friedman, Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. Sam
Silberman, Mrs. Minna Sobin
Green, Mrs. Leon Green, Mrs.
Louis Pallot, Mrs. Burnett Roth,
Mrs. Julius Saperstein, Mrs
Harry Schulman. Mrs. Jay
Schwartz, Miss Adele Segal.
Team No. 413
Captain, Mrs. Max Pepper- Co-
Captain, Mrs. J. Shaeffcr. Work-
ers:-Mrs. Hilliard Clein, Mrs
Jerome Freehling, Mrs. Harry
Hacker, Mrs. A. Kanner, Mrs
Reuben Lubel, Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz, Mrs. Joseph Scheinberg,
Mrs. Sam Shoeffer, Mrs. H
Morris.
Team No. 414
Captain, Mrs. Herman Wep-
man; Co-Captain, Mrs. Gordon
Davis. Workers:-Mrs. Barney
Goodman Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein,
Dr. E. Klass, Mrs. Corrine Leh-
man, Mrs. Edward Lovitz, Mrs
WOMEN'S DIVISION
MIAMI BEACH
Women's Special Gift Division,
Mrs. Moses Krieger, Unit chair-
man.
Unit Chairman. Mrs. Barney
Weinkle; chairman, Mrs. Samuel
Rost.
Team No. B-41
Captain, Mrs. Harry Platoff.
Workers: Mrs. Eleanor Bearman,
Mrs. Beck Feinberg, Mrs. J. J.
Goodman, Mrs. Ida Miller, Mrs;
B. Rimer, Mrs. Rudolph Roths-
child.
Team No. B-42
Captain, Mrs. Sarah Berman.
Workers: Mrs. Corbin, Mrs. Dia-
mond, Mrs. Esther Eastman, Mrs.
Gertrude Gross, Mrs. Hankoff,
Mrs. Rose, Mrs. Claire Salmon,
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, Mrs. Mae
Sussman.
Team No. B-43
Captain. Mrs. Bessie Mankes.
Workers: Mrs. S. Rosenfeld, Mrs.
Mae Stewart, Mrs. R. Schwartz.
Mrs. Lena Wolk, Miss Molly
Goodlaw, Mrs. B. Sadowsky.
Team No. B-44
Captain, Mrs. Edward Fried-
man. Workers:Mrs. Walter
Bauer, Mrs. A. Eisenberg, Mrs.
Fuerst, Mrs. Ethel Goldstein,,
Liebling. Mrs. William Rose, Mrs.
Mrs. Ethel Kohn, Mrs. Norman
Samuel Rubenstein, Mrs. Eva
Sawitz, Mrs. Louis Schwartz.
Team No. B-45
Captain. Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
Workers: Mrs. James Albert, Mrs.
William Bernstein, Mrs. Leo
Chaiken. Mrs. Dave Emmer. Mrs.
William Feldman, Mrs. Eleanor
Marcus, Mrs. Leo Radoff, Mrs.
Laurence Sapero. Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Mrs. Belle Wolf.
Team No. B-46
Captain. Mrs. Benjamin Lon-
don. Workers: Mrs. Anna Be-
row. Miss Rose Bernstein, Mrs.
Freeman, Mrs. Genet, Mrs. Isi-
dore Goldberg. Mrs. Louis Green
Mrs. R. Kalstein, Mrs. J. Krieger,
Mrs. Moses Mcscheloff, Mrs J
Morris, Mrs. A. Rakoff, Mrs.
Schlessinger, Mrs. Anna Sir, Mrs
B. Wolff.
Team No. B-47
Captain. Mrs. Sol Lutsky.
Workers: Mrs. Milford Brotman,
Mrs. L. Glasser, Miss Betty Gold
Mrs. Ruth Levy, Miss Sadie
Weiner, Mrs. A. E. Wolfe, Mrs.
Mae Zinn.
Team No. B-48
Captain. Mrs. Frank Coret.
Workers: Mrs. Morris Alpert,
Mrs. Irwin Berry, Mrs. Harry
Kerz.n. Mrs. Herbert Kleiman,
Mrs. Joe Lipton, Mrs. J. B Mar-
M0icS' t ", Norman Rossman,
Mrs. J. L. Siegel, Mrs. Harry Si-
mon, Mrs. Meyer Wigdor, Mrs.
Joseph Williamson.
Team No. B.49
Captain, Mrs. Harold Turk
Workcrs: Mrs. Joseph Berman;
vlt 4? Eisenst-"in. Mrs. Jack
talk, Mrs. Arthur Greenfield,
Mrs. Harry Haft, Mrs. Milton
Kleiman. Mrs. Abe Mazor, Mrs.
Alfred Oboler, Mrs. Al Richard-
son, Mrs. Elsie Slutzkin.
Team No. B-410
Captain, Mrs. Rose Marcus.
Workers: Mrs. Sarah Abrams,
Mrs. Appel, Mrs. D. Blum, Mrs.
Bucksbaum, Mrs. Rose Decko-
witz, Mrs. M. Goldsmith, Mrs.
Gratz, Mrs. Tillie Hautman, Mrs.
Anna Hopenhime, Mrs. Lena
Mintses, Mrs. D. Seltzer. Mrs. Sil-
verman, Mrs. Subow, Miss Shirly
Tarr, Mrs. Leon Whitz, Mrs. Mer-
iam Wolfman.
Team No. B-411
Captain, Mrs. Lillian Gottes-
man. Workers:Mrs. S. Cohen,
Mrs. B. Meringoff, Mrs. John
Meyer, Mrs. R. Rothman.
Team No. B-412
Captain, Mrs. Walter Bronston.
Workers: Mrs. Robert Bergeron,
Mrs. Adele Felix, Mrs. Jules Gil-
lette, Mrs. Minna Goodman, Mrs.
Irvin Grossman, Mrs. Sam La-
Vine, Mrs. Rhoda Levine, Mrs.
Fred Midleburg, Mrs. Sylvia
Schwartz, Mrs. Malcolm Ulman.
Team No. B-413
Captain, Mrs. Harold Rand.
Workers: Mrs. David Catsman,
Mrs. D. Drosner, Mrs. Stanley
Frehling, Miss Thelma Goldstein,
Mrs. Walter Kovner, Mrs. Jack
Miller, Mrs. B. Turchin.
Team No. B-414
Captain, Mrs. Milton Travers.
Workers: Mrs. Anna R. Berow,
Mrs. Henry Hohauser, Miss Dor-
othy Honigsberg, Mrs. Milton Ja-
cobs, Mrs. Saul Kaplan, Mrs.
Marie Rosenstein, Mrs. Nelson
Zivitz.
Team No. B-415
Captain, Mrs. Ada Joseph.
Workers:Mrs. George Collier,
Mrs. Aaron Farr, Mrs. Leo Hu-
berman, Mrs. Cora Sachs, Mrs.
Mella Salomon, Mrs. H. Puskin.
Team No. B-4I6
Captain, Mrs. M. Wainer. Work-
ers:Mrs. Benson. Mrs. Rogers,
Mrs. Jokel, Mrs. Goldstein, Mrs.
Malsheir.
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LAUDS HILLEL FOUNDATION
Gov. Herbert R. O'Conor, of
Maryland, who hailed the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at the
University of Maryland as a
vital agency for deepening the
religious loyalties of American
youth.


FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1942
+JewlstncrkUari
PAGE ELEVEN
WHERE FEDERATION MONEY WILL GO
LOCAL
Young Men's Hebrew Association
Program: To develop youth
and adults inellectually, socially,
and physically and to imbue them
with a knowledge and love of
things Jewish, and good citizen-
ship. Activities include dramat-
ics, army and navy work, voca-
tional guidance, etc. Federation
has materially increased the bud-
get to foster a more intensive pro-
gram that will meet war time
needs in a growing community.
Character-Building Activities on
Miami Beach
This year Federation is extend-
ing its recreational and cultural
program to Miami Beach. Similar
to services sponsored by the Y. M.
H. A., the Beach program will
include those activities necessary
for the development of good citi-
zenship and Jewish life on a
high cultural level.
Hebrew Education
The 1942 allotment for He-
brew schools has been increased
by Federation, which is looking
forward to the establishment of
a uniform system of instruction
in Greater Miami so that Jewish
youth may benefit from the best
of Hebrew teaching standards.
Free Loan Fund
A reserve has been set aside
for the establishment this year
of an independent, community-
supported agency for giving loans
without interest to small Jewish
merchants facing loss of business
and livelihood.
State and Local Refugee
Activities
Federation continues to support
the state refugee program, which
resettles newcomers, and the lo-
cal program, which includes port
and dock representation, Ameri-
canization work, relief and re-
habilitation of refugees in Great-
er Miami.
REGIONAL
Hebrew Orphans Home
Atlanta, Ga.
Program: To place children in
foster homes, subsidize widowed
mothers and provide family wel-
fare service in communities hav-
ing no local agencies rendering
this service. It is the only Jew-
ish child-caring agency south and
east of Washington, D. C.
State Student Union
Program: To offer Jewish cul-
tural and religious opportunities
to Jewish youth enrolled in the
colleges and universities of Flo-
rida.
NATIONAL
American Jewish Congress
Program: To protect political,
economic, religious and human
rights of Jews, to sponsor Inter-
American Jewish Conference and
to study Jewish peace aims.
B'nai B'rith Wider Scope
Program: To offer cultural
and religious opportunities to
Jewish youth at school and at
home through Hillel Foundations
and AZA, and to broaden their
vocational horizons through the
Vocational Service Bureau.
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds
Program: To organize, coor-
dinate and service Jewish feder-
ations, welfare funds and com-
munity councils in America.
Jewish Braille Institute
Program: To promote the cul-
tural and religious interests of the
Jewish blind.
Jewish Consumptive and Ex-Pa-
tients Home, Denver, Col.
Program: To give free treat-
ment on a non-sectarian basis to
tuberculous patients and to care
for those released from the hos-
pital.
Jewish Labor Committee
Program: To act as spokes-
man for the Jewish laboring
masses of America and to func-
tion as a Jewish defense agency
operating in labor groups, in co-
operation with other national civ-
ic-protective organizations.
Jewish Theological Seminary
Program: To train men for the
rabbinate and for research, relig-
ious education and community
services.
Joint Defense Appeal
Program: To raise funds for
the following two major national
Jewish defense agencies:
American Jewish Committee:
To safeguard civil and religious
rights of Jews, to combat dis-
crimination and allay prejudices,
to aid victims of persecution and
calumny.
Anti Defamation League of
B"nai B"rith: To eliminate de-
famation of the Jews, to advance
good will, to safeguard democra-
cy by promoting understanding
among all elements in America
during peace and war.
National Jewish Hospital
Denver, Colorado
Program: To give free treat-
ment to tuberculous victims on a
national scale, without distinction
of race or creed.
Yeshiva College
New York City
Program: To promote Juda-
ism and Jewish culture among
American Jews through a rab-
binic department, teachers' insti-
tute, graduate school, high
etc.
American Academy for Jewish
Research
Program: To foster and pro-
mote Jewish learning and re-
search and to support distin-
guished American and European
scholars.
Conference on Jewish Relations
Program: To promote through
research a better understanding
of basic factors which determine
the position of Jews in the mod-
ern world.
Dropsie College
Program: To promote higher
Jewish learning among students
of all races and creeds.
Ex-Patients Tubercular Home
Denver, Colorado
Program: To care for tuber-
culous patients released from hos-
pitals and santoriums.
Hebrew Theological College of
Chicago
Hebrew Union College
Jewish Chautauqua Society
Program: To arrange lectures
on Jews and Judaism for Chris-
tian student bodies and faculty
members of American univer-
sities.
Jewish Consumptive Relief
Society
Program: To care for individ-
uals suffering from tuberculosis.
Jewish Institute of Religion
Program: To train in liberal
spirit men for Jewish ministry,
research, religious education and
community services.
Jewish Occupational Council
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
Hot Springs, Arkansas
Program: To give free treat-
ment on non-sectarian basis to
those afflicted with arthritic and
rheumatic diseases.
National Farm School
Program: To give vocational
training in agriculture.
National Home for Jewish
Children
Program: To care for child-
ren whose parents have come to
Denver for treatment of tuber-
culosis.
and victims of economic malad-
justment fit themselves for, and
find jobs in agriculture, trades
and crafts, and thus becqrne
self-supporting in countries
where they live or may settle.
Federated Council of Palestine
Institutions
Program: To raise and allo-
cae funds for 133 traditional, in-
dependent religious and philan-
thropic institutions in Palestine,
including seminaries, institutions
for the blind, insane, etc.
Hadassah
Program: To foster Zionist
ideals among the women of
America, to maintain hospitals
and public health services in Pal-
estine, and to remove refugee
youth from war-torn areas to
Palestine through Youth Aliyah.
Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society
Program: To facilitate the
emigration and entry of immi-
grants to lands of refuge, to
welcome and shelter them upon
arrival, and to help them adjust
themselves to their new environ-
ment.
National Labor Committee for
Palestine
Program: To mobilize moral
and material support of Ameri-
can Jewry for the Jewish work-
ers and pioneers in Palestine.
Pioneer Women's Organisation
Program: To upbuild Pales-
tine along cooperative lines and
to raise funds for the Working
Women's Council of Palestine,
which assists 90,000 women and
children.
United Jewish Appeal
Program: To raise funds for
the following three agencies
handling overseas relief and re-
habilitation, refugee aid here and
OVERSEAS
American Ort Federation
Program: To help refugees
abroad and immigration and set-
tlement in Palestine.
Joint Distribution Committee:
To rehabilitate and give relief
to distressed Jewish populations
in over 50 countries, to facili-
tate emigration of refugees, to
maintain needy while waiting
to emigrate, etc. Money is
spent without aiding totalitarian
countries or violating British
blockade.
United Palestine Appeal: To
serve as the instrument of Ameri-
can Jewry for upbuilding the
Jewish Homeland, where it is
dedicated to the tasks of immi-
gration, colonization, land re-
clamation, industrial develop-
ment, social and cultural rebirth,
etc.
National Refugee Service: To
assist newcomers to America by
maintaining specialized services
which include resettlement of
new arrivals, relief, retraining,
employment bureau, guidance to
over 900 refugee committees in
America, etc., and assistance to
refugees under war-time restric-
tions.
Yeshivoth
(Seminaries)
Program: To maintain the
hundreds of religious and rab-
binical centers of learning abroad
and to support their rabbis and
families.
American Friends of the
Hebrew University
Program: To raise funds for,
and promote interest in the Heb-
rew University in Palestine and
to provide American representa-
tion on the HU board.
Fund for Jewish Refugee Writers
Program: To aid in all parts
of the world Jewish writers and
scholars who are victims of per-
secution.
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Program: To act as central
news gathering and distributing
agency, serving Jewish press the
world over, as well as non-Jew-
ish press.
Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund
Program: To further Hebrew
culture and literature in Pales-
tine and throughout the world.
Palestine Orchestra Fund
Program. To maintain worthy
musicians and to sponsor con-
certs.
Palestine Symphony Choir
Program: To colonize in Pales-
tine cantors and singers now re-
siding in oppressed European
countries and to help create a
symphonic choir.
Yiddish Scientific Institute
New York City
Program: To collect, preserve
and study scientifically every
phase of past and present Jewish
life, particularly in the U. S.
frAgixm
40T.HYEAR
JEWISH
NAT'L FUND
JioAfi th&
Support Federation
CONTINUE THIS Y.M.H.A. PROGRAM
EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL
Arts and Crafts
Book Reviews
Concerts
Conversational English
Current Events
Debates
Dramatics
Badminton
Ballet Dancing
Basketball
Billiards
Bowling
Employment Placements
Forum
Holiday Celebrations
Home Camp
Lectures
Library
Music Appreciation
Music Classes
HEALTH EDUCATION
Boxing
Calisthenics
Gymnasium
Handball
Horse Shoe Pitching
Photography
Public Speaking
Radio Broadcasts
Refugee Rehabilitation
Social Service
Vocational Guidance
Workshop for Children
Ping Pong
Softball
Tap Dancing
Volleyball
Wrestling
THE "Y" IN DEFENSE
Red Cross First Aid Classes
Hospitality for Service Men
U. S. O. Dances for Service Men
Cooperation with Dade Co. Defense Council
Annual Dance
Bridge Parties
Cavalcade of Stars
SOCIAL
Club Parties
Dances
Hot Dog Roasts
Moving Pictures
Watermelon Festivals
DIVISIONS OF THE Y. M. H. A.
Senior Men's Division21 Years and Over
Women's Division21 Years and Over
Junior DivisionBoys and Girls 16 to 21
Sub Junior Division13 to 16 Years of Age
BoysYacs
GirlsY-Ettes
FOR YOUTHS UNDER 13 YEARS OF AGE
Boy Scouts AM Scouts



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 16, 1942
HOW MUCH?
"How much would you give il each of these 46 Agencies held
its own campaign and came to you during 1942 lor support?"
The Federation represents 46 individual agencies and institutions to
which you would give separately. Do your own Bookeeping! Put
down the annual amount you would give to each, if each had separ-
ate campaigns. Then give LIBERALLY to all, in one lump sum.
FOOD RELIEF RECONSTRUCTION
American Ort Federation..............................................$........................
Hadassah ...........................................................................................
HIAS ..............................
Jewish Braille Institute ..........................
Miami Free Loan Fund ...................
National Labor Committee. Palestine
Pioneer Women's Organization
Refugee Service in Miami and Florida
United Jewish Appeal ...........
American Jewish Committee .......
Joint Distribution Committee.........
United Palestine Appeal
National Refugee Service........_........
TOTAL _.................................
SERVICE AGENCIES
Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds.
Jewish Occupational Council...................
TOTAL $
RECREATION CHARACTER BUILDING
Young Men's Hebrew Association
For Miami Beach ..........
TOTAL
HOSPITALS ORPHANAGES
Ex-Patients Tubercular Home
Hebrew Orphans Home
Jewish Consumptive Relief Society
Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
National Home for Jewish Children
National Jewish Hospital
TOTAL
JEWISH DEFENSE
American Jewish Congress
Conference on Jewish Relations
Jewish Labor Committee
Joint Defense Appeal
American Jewish Committee
Anti-Defamation League..........
TOTAL
EDUCATION CULTURE
American Academy for Jewish Research
American Friends of Hebrew University
B'nai B'rith Wider Scope
Dropsie College
Federated Council of Palestine Institutions
Fund for Jewish Refugee Writers
Florida State Student Union
Hebrew Education in Miami
Hebrew Theological College
Hebrew Union College
Jewish Chautauqua Society
Jewish Institute of Religion
Jewish Theological Seminary
National Farm School
Palestine Hebrew Culture Fund
Palestine Orchestra Fund
Palestine Symphony Choir
Yeshiva College
Yeshivoth (Seminaries)
Yiddish Scientific Institute
TOTAL
Your Grand Total $
STUDY YOUR TOTAL. BEAR IN MIND THIS IS A ONCE-
FOR-ALL ANNUAL CAMPAIGN
THEN GIVE LIBERALLY GIVE GENEROUSLY
You Have Twelve Months in Which to Pay
JACOB SHER
Vice President and Campaign
Vice Chairman
ELRY STONE
Vice President
SAM BLANK
Vice President and Campaign
Vice Chairman
MONTE SELIG
Assistant Treasurer
J. GERALD LEWIS
Treasurer and General Chairman
Men's Division
BARON DE HIRSCH MEYER
Vice President and Campaign
Vice Chairman
ISAAC LEVIN
Campaign Vice Chairman
WILLIAM TARADASH
Campaign Vice Chairman
DANIEL BROAD
Apartment House Division
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Speakers Bureau
WILLIAM I. BOXERMAN
Publicity Division
DR. FRANK CORET
Professional Division
LEO ACKERMAN
Unit Chairman, Men
JEROME WEINKLE
Youth Division