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

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

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VOLUME 15No. 4.
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
Great Enthusiasm is Manifest! JEWRY OF FLORIDA
IQURNS LOSS OF
RELIGIOUS LEADED
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD
PUBLISHES PRAYER BOOKS
As Campaign Gets Under Way;
Success is Seemingly Assured
With attendance nearing 450, the kick-off breakfast Sunday
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation formally opened the
1942 campaign. The gathering heard stirring addresses and
appeals from Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman, Day J. Apte, cam-
paign chairman, Stanley C. Myers, vice chairman, Benjamin E.
Bronston, president, and Morris Klass, executive director. Last
minute information was given, questions were answered and
final instructions to team captains and their workers were given.
Albert E. Berkeley, Federation secretary, gave the invocation,
and Rabbi Samuel Bension of the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
delivered the benediction. The rally ended with much enthusi-
asm demonstrated by those present, evidencing determination
to bring the drive to a success-*
ful culmination at the close,
January 28th. Day J. Apte pre-
sided.
The first report luncheon held
Monday heard divisions reporting
a total of more than $20,000 as a
result of the day's effort. The
workers present heard Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman of Temple Is-
rael and Rabbi R. Youngerman,
director of Hillel activity at the
University of Florida.
Youth Division led by Jerome
Weinkle, consisting mainly of
university students, despite ex-
ams this week, raised one-third of
their quota the first four days of
the drive.
Sunday Schools of Greater Mi-
ami all participated in the raising
of a $50 contribution.
Benjamin E. Bronston's Special
Gifts Division is leading all oth-
ers with comparative tabulations
Latest Official Federation
Campaign Reports
$51,415.
Sum
showing the Women's Division
running a close second and the
other groups not far behind.
An emergency meeting of the
Special Gifts Division will meet
Sunday at the White House Ho-
to analyze the results to that
le and make preparations to
insure their division's goal being
reached.
Wednesday nights report meet-
ing held at Beth Jacob Congre-
gation opened with a welcome by
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spir-
itual head of the congregation,
who expressed the hope of Great-
er Miami raising sufficient funds
to meet its budget requirements.
M. J. Kopelowitz, 1941 cam-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
London (WNS)General Wal-
ter von Reichenau, who died of
"apoplexy" while returning from
the Russian front, according to a
Nazi announcement, was the in-
stigator of violent anti-Jewish
pogroms in the Nazi-occupied
Russian Ukraine, according to re-
ports published in London news-
papers.
The Nazi General, these reports
said, was responsible for the mass
executions of Jews in Kiev in
which about 52,000 Jews lost
their lives. The Jews were
driven to the Jewish cemetery
by Nazi troops and then shot
down with machine guns. The
London newspapers credited
Gen. Reichenau also with the
massacres of Jews in Kharkov
nd other Ukranian cities.
E
JEWS IN POLAND
AND IDE BALKANS
Geneva (WNS) More than
500,000 Jews in Nazi-occupied
Poland and the Baltic countries,
approximately 25 per cent of the
estimated total Jewish popula-
tion of these countries, are suffer-
ing from spotted typhus fever,
according to an official of the
International Red Cross here.
The Red Cross aide indicated
that the typhus epidemics in
Eastern Europe were more wide-
spread and are causing more suf-
fering among Jews in the over-
crowded Polish ghettos than had
been previously reported. He es-
timated that at the present time
400,000 Jews were suffering from
typhus in Poland and about 100,-
00 Jews in the Baltic countries.
He attributed the rapid spread
of the epidemics among Jews to
the unsanitary facilities prevail-
ing in all the ghettos. Even
where anti-typhus serums are
available, the Red Cross official
said, their effectiveness is ne-
gated by the unbelievable living
conditions in the ghettos.
He disclosed that the Red Cross
was handicapped in its attempt to
check the epidemics by an acute
shortage of medical supplies. In
addition, Nazi authorities have
seized most of the hospitals in
the stricken areas for military
purposes.
He cited as another dangerous
element the fact that the ghettos
are so overcrowded that as many
as 10 persons must share one
room. Nazi authorities have per-
sistently refused to alleviate this
epidemic-breeding situation by
permitting Jews to move outside
the ghetto walls.
SYNAGOGUE LIQUIDATIONS
ANNOUNCED BY CROATIA
Zurich (WNS) The Fascist
puppet state of Croatia has an-
nounced the immediate liquida-
tion of all synagogues and Jew-
ish religious institutions, it was
reported here. The large syna-
gogue in Zagreb has already been
destroyed, while all others will
either be razed to the ground or
converted into meeting places for
Nazi party members.
Funeral services for Rabbi
Adolph Burger, 54, spiritual
leader of Rodoph Sholom syna-
gogue, Tampa, who died sudden-
ly Sunday night after making a
New York (WNS)Publication
of a new abridged prayer book
for Jews in the armed forces of
the United States, supplanting
one which has been in use since
the first world war, was an-
nounced this week by Dr. David
de Sola Pool, chairman of the
Committee on Religious Activi-
ties of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board.
The new Prayer book, printed
in English and Hebrew, was pre-
pared by Dr. Pool jointly with
Dr. Solomon B. Freehof of Pitts-
burgh and Dr. Eugene Kohn of
New York. The Hebrew type
in the book is a new face not pre-
viously used in this country.
Fifty thousand copies were print-
ed for the first edition. A copy
of the prayer book is provided to
each Jewish serviceman.
RABBI ADOLPH BURGER
talk at a Florida meeting of the
Zionist organization in St. Peters-
burg, were held Tuesday morn-
ing at 10:30 o'clock at the syna-
gogue.
The body was sent to Union-
town, Pa., for burial.
Active pallbearers were David
Stein, M. G. Rosenberg, Simon
Essrig, A. R. Berger, Joseph Wohl
and A. Finkelstein.
Honorary pallbearers were the
Rev. Walter Metcalf, the Rev.
John Branscomb, Chaplain Lieut.
Clark, Mayor Chancey, Dr. V.
M. Rosenthal, Adam Wolfson, Ar-
thur B. Hale, Joseph Abramovitz,
Roy Jenkins, Pat Whitaker, W.
H. Farrar, S. Simovitz, Manuel
Aronovitz, Dr. N. L. Marcus, Rab-
bi David Zielonka, Max Argintar,
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 3)
SENATOR BARKLEY BACKS
CREATION OF JEWIS HARMY
Cleveland (WNS)Senator Al-
ben W. Barkley, Majority Leader
of the United States Senate, told
the closing session of the Nation-
al Conference for Palestine held
here under the auspices of the
United Palestine Appeal, that the
fate of Palestine was linked with
the defense of freedom and demo-
cracy in the United States.
Calling it a "great cause be-
yond political lines and consid-
erations," Senator Barkley de-
clared that President Roosevelt
had postponed his regular White
House conference in order to al-
low him the opportunity to ad-
dress the conference. The Sena-
tor endorsed the creation of a
Jewish army to fight under its
own standards and added that
while Jws were eager to fight
for democracy, "they prefer to
fight under their own flag be-
cause it has been a symbol of
human liberty and justice for
4,000 years."
E
CONGRATULATED
ON SAFE RETURN
London (WNS)The board of
deputies of British Jews was the
first organization to congratulate
Prime Minister Winston Churchill
upon his safe return to England
after his epoch-making visit to
Washington.
Prof. Selig Brodetsky, presi-
dent of the board, sent a message
to Mr. Churchill expressing
British Jewry's support of the
Washington pact concluded be-
tween the British prime minister
and Mr. Roosevelt.
Meanwhile, Prof. Brodetsky
disclosed this week that he had
received assurances from a high
official of one of the United Na-
tions that the crimes committed
against the Jews by the Nazis
would be remembered when the
allied governments present Ger-
many with a bill for adequate re-
parations.
While he said that he could not
divulge the identity of the high
official or the government which
he represents. Prof. Brodetsky
said that he was confident that
those guilty, of crimes against
J Jews in the Axis territories
would be punished along with
those guilty of mistreatment of
non-Jews.
MOGEN DAVIDS FOR JEWS
IN ITALY. EDITOR'S DEMAND
Istanbul (WNS)Fearing that
anti-Semitism is losing its hold
upon the Italian people despite
intensive anti-Jewish campaigns,
the Fascist editor Roberto Faran-
acci has demanded the introduc-
tion of "yellow mogen davids"
for all Jews in Italy.
Writing in the Italian news-
paper "Regime Fascists," Faran-
acci, who holds in Italy the posi-
tion equivalent to that of Julius
Streicher in Germany, stated that
all Jews should be compelled to
wear the yellow arm-bands on
their street clothing. It would
serve as a constant reminder to
the Italian people, the Fascist
editor said, that the Jews are our
national enemies.
SERVICE DIVISION
OF COUNCIL WILL
MEET ON JAN. 27
Home and Communities Ser-
vice Division of Dade County
Defense Council will hold a meet-
ing on January 27, at 10:30 a. m,
at the Miami Woman's Club.
Mrs. Helen Dean Dodderidge, of
the U. S. Department of Agricul-
ture, will speak on "Problems of
Women in the War."
Invitations have been sent to
the defense chairmen of all wo-
men's organizations in the county
to attend.
Luther Chandler, chairman of
the Agricultural Division of Dade
County Defense Council, has a
heavy schedule of speeches to P.
T. A.'s and other large groups
of women. His message is to
housewives"Buy Dade County
Fruits and Vegetables." They are
fresher: they are cheaper, and by
insisting on home-grown produce
women can relieve the strain on
railroads and trucking lines, and
help Dade County agriculturists.
A very extensive "Buy Dade
County" campaign is being car-
ried on by the Council, with signs
and posters in every grocery
store, and in the newspapers and
radio stations.
The Civil Production Division
has issued an appeal for noise-
making instruments sirens or
whistles capable of making a pen-
etrating soundto be used for air
raid warnings. Owners should
report them to Dade County Ar-
mory. N. W. 7th Ave. and 28th
St., telephone 3-4339. The black-
out proved that our warning
methods were totally inadequate.
Every community in the United
States is trying anxiously to get
sirens, and the manufacturers
are swamped with orders. A
warning system must be impro-
vised.
The health division wants old
blankets, even though they are
well worn, for First Aid stations.
The blankets should be delivered
to Home and Community Ser-
vices Division. 707 Langford
building. Miami, or to local de-
fense headquarters throughout
the county.
CLASSIFICATION OF JEWISH
REFUGEES AS "ANTI-NAZIS"
London (WNS)Lord Wedg-
wood, pro-Zionist British states-
man who was recently elevated
to the House of Lords, called up-
on the British Government this
week to register all Jewish refu-
gees in England as "anti-Nazis."
He urged the Government to
abandon its policy of classifying
all refugees by nationalities, sug-
gesting that in the future that all
aliens be classified as either an-
ti-Nazis or pro-Nazis. In a letter
to the "Daily Telegraph," Lord
Wedgwood advocated also the
establishment of a Jewish legion.
Istanbul (WNS)A Hungarian
military court condemned to
death four Jews charged with
engaging in "pro-Russian activi-
ties and sabotage." The names
of the four Jews, who were im-
mediately executed, were not re-
vealed.
"INSURE YOUR TOMORROW" BY AIDING YOUR FEDERATION TODAY


PAGE TWO
*Je1sti Meridian
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1942
Social
Mrs. Gertrude Warshoff and
daughter, Caroline Sue, of New
York City will visit for several
weeks with her father, Max Rap-
paport.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabor and
son Jackie, have arrived by auto
from New York City and will
spend three weeks at the Habana
Hotel, Miami Beach.

Mrs. Albert Rosenthal has left
the Jackson Memorial Hospital
and is now at her home where she
is convalescing from a recent ill-
ness.

Miss Rose Goldstein of New
York City arrived Saturday to
spend a month with Mr. and Mrs.
H. Spivack, 905 Michigan Ave-
nue, Miami Beach

Dr. Jekuthiel Ginsburg. head
of the Mathematics Department
of Yeshiva College in New York
and editor of the quarterly,
Scripta Mathematica, is visiting
his sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. David Freedman at
their home, 1030 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach.

Dr. Moises Goldman, medical
authority of Argentina and dele-
gate to the Pan American Con-
ference called by the American
Jewish Congress, held in Balti-
more last month, spent a brief
vacation in Miami Beach on his
way home. He stayed at the
Surf Hotel and was a speaker at
the Jewish National Workers Fo-
rum meeting last Saturday.
Gartenberg & Schechter's
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and
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Catering to the General Public
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5:30 P. M. to 7:30 P. M.
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MONDAY, FEB. 2nd

MIAMI BEACH
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
auspices
GREATER MIAMI
ZIONIST COUNCIL
proceeds
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
Personals
Clubs

Organizations
ORGANIZATIONS
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-0828
The Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Aron
Parochial School announces that
classes are now being formed and
a full time staff of both Hebrew
and English instructors engaged.
Only fully qualified and licensed
teachers will be engaged in all
departments.

The fourth lecture on Spinoza s
Conception of God will be given
by Dr. Abraham Wolfson this
Saturday afternoon at the Spin-
oza Forum, 11th Street between
Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach. Tuesday evening
at 8 p. m. Rabbi Abraham A.
Kcllner will be the guest speaker.
His topic will be "The Peace
To Be." ,

The Saturday night forum
sponsored by the Bialek branch,
Jewish National Workers Alli-
ance will hear Mendel Rosen-
baum this Saturday evening at
8:30 at the Surf Hotel, Miami
Beach. Mr. Rosenbaum spent a
number of years organizing the
youths pioneer settlers in Pal-
estine. A discussion will follow
the address.

Temple Israel Sisterhood an-
nounces that the major event of
their year's schedule will be held
February 10th and 11th in the
form of a Bazaar. Booths with
various articles and accessories
as well as refreshment booths
will be set up in Kaplan Hall.
Members of the temple and the
general community are cordially
invited to attend. Co-chairman
of the event are Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis and Mrs. Janett K. Ja-
cobs.

Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. held
their semi-annual election of of-
ficers January 13th. Newly
elected are Harold Solomon, pre-
sident; Irwin Berger, vice pre-
sident; Ted Sakowltz, treasurer;
Seymour Gladstone, sergeant-at
arms, Brus Sidell. assistant ser-
geant-at-arms and Irving Gerin-
ger, reporter. Ray Smollen re-
tains the position of secretary and
Murray Dacks, outgoing presi-
dent, will automatically assume
the office of chaplain conforming
to a resolution passed at the
last meeting.

The Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
invites members, visitors and
friends to a membership tea, at
the Home. 4250 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Wednesday, Jan-
uary 28th at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Mil-
ton Dreyfuss is chairman of the
event and is being assisted by the
hospitality committee, Mrs. A.
Eisenbcrg, Mrs. S. Vistor and
Mrs. A. Wolfson. Transporta-
tion to and from the Home is
being arranged by Mrs. Joseph
Miller, telephone 6-2802 and Mrs.
H. Wronker, 3-7177.

Marguerite Kozenn and Julius
Chajes, international concert ar-
tists, will be featured at a musi-
cale Monday evening, February
2nd at the Miami Beach Senior
High School auditorium. The ar-
tists are making their second
appearance in Miami having
been presented at the Mana-Zuc-
ca club last year. Madame Ko-
zenn has been Prima Donna of
the Royal State Opera in Bucha-
rest and of the Volksopera in
Vienna. She appeared as solo-
ist with the Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra, the National Orches-
tra in Paris and the B. B. C. in
London. Mr. Chajes is a pianist
of first rank and a composer. He
made his debut mere at the Town
Hall in New York during 1938.
Mr. Chajes' compositions have
been played by famous artists
and leading symphony orches-
tras. The concert is being held
under the auspices of the Greater
Miami Zionist Council. The pro-
ceeds will go to the Jewish Na-
tional Fund for the purchase of
more land in Palestine.
ORGANIZATIONS
Professor Z. Scharffstein, noted
pedagogue and author of many
text books, and a member of the
faculty of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America, will
lead a discussion at the Tarbuth
Hebrew Culture Group on the
subject of "America Judeaism at
the Crossroads." The entire
meeting wil be conducted in Heb-
rew with Professor Jekuthiel
Ginsburg, editor of the Scripta
Mathematica and Mr. A. Epstein,
Hebrew author participating.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will
preside. The meeting will take
place on Sunday at 3 p. m. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. David
Freedman, 1030 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach.

Women's Division of the
American Jewish Congress will
hold its regular monthly meeting
Monday. January 26th at 2 p.
m. at the home of Mrs. A. J. To-
bin, 849 Lenox Avenue, Miami
Beach. A very interesting pro-
gram has been arranged by Mrs.
Moses Krieger, president and pro-
gram chairman. The guest
speaker for the afternoon will be
Mr. Frances P. Locke, widely-
read columnist of the Miami
Daily New> Miss Helene Davis,
vocalist, will present a group of
original songs. Plans for the Vic-
tory Luncheon with Mrs. S. H.
Lutsky as chairman and Mrs. L.
Glasser, co-chairman scheduled
for February 23rd, will be dis-
cussed.

Gratifying results are being
shown by the American Red
Cross workroom sponsored by
the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mi-
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion under the chairmanship of
Mrs. L. Sobin. This workroom,
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
ORGANIZATIONS
ANNIVERSARIES
PLAZA
THEATRE
S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH

FRIDAY. JANUARY 23rd
"LADY BE GOOD"
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ROSE GREENFIELD
located in the Talmud Torah
Building. 1545 S. W. 3rfI Street,
is open on Monday and Wednes-
day of each week from 9:30 a.
m to 3 p. m. for volunteer work-
ers to sew or knit. Ladies may
put in as much time as they de-
sire any time during the day.
Garments, already cut for sew-
ing, are given out for work at
home. Sewing machines are
sorely needed in order to carry
this project out to the fullest
extent. An appeal for the loan
of sewing machines of any type
is being made. Transportation
of these machines can be had by
calling Mrs. Sobin at 9-2908. A
lunch period is arranged.

Carmen Balfour, founder and
director of the Hollywood British
School of the Theatre, will speak
at the Forum, sponsored by Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, on Friday, Jan-
uary 23rd, 2 p. m., in the Miami
Beach Elk's Club, 720 West Ave-
nue. Miss Balfour will discuss
her work in the theater as direc-
tor of talent in the Colonnade
Pictures Corporation of Coral
Gables. Two students from her
school will enact a skit as part
of the program. Hank Miller,
four year old actor at Colonnade
Studios, will entertain and Rich-
ard LaMar, child prodigy, will
present a program of piano sel-
ections. Mrs. Jack Kalk and Mrs.
Harry Marcus will discuss the
advertising claims of cigarettes
in the interest of consumers.
Mrs. Louis Fleischman will be
chairman for the afternoon. On
January 30th Forum will present
Lee Mason, WKAT commentator,
who will speak on "The Place of
the Jew in a Changing World."
Mrs. Jack Silverman will be
chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer of the
Fenway Hotel, Miami Beach,
were the guests of honor at a sur-
prise party at the Frolics Club
given on the occasion of their
10th wedding anniversary. Guests
present were Mr. and Mrs. H.
Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Rooney, Mr.
and Mrs. Drucker, Mr. and Mrs.
Fox, Bill Mayer and Phil Saper-
stein.
BAR MITZVAH
The bar mitzvah of Eli Argin-
tar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Argintar, pioneer Miamians, will
take place Thursday morning,
January 29th at Beth David Sy-
nagogue. Open house will be
held Thursday night at 8 p. m.
at the parents home, 1542 N. W.
2nd Street. All friends are cor.
dially invited.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman
announce the bar mitzvah of their
son, Preston, Saturday morning
at the Miami Jewish Orthodox
Congregation. A reception will
be held Sunday at their home,
1687 S. W. 10th Street, from 7 to
11 p. m.
Dallas, Texas: George Levy,
secretary of Dallas B'nai B'rith
Lodge, is giving regular talks to
Jewish soldiers at Camps Bowie
and Barkley and is conducting
the regular Friday evening ser-
vice there on the invitation of the
Army and Navy Committee of
the Jewish Welfare Board. There
is no Jewish chaplain in this area
and Levy was asked to pinch-
hit by the J.W.B. field represen-
tative.
New York:B'nai B'rith's New
York Lodge No. 1 has given a
check for $1,500 to the British
War Relief Society through the
Inter-Faith Committee for Aid to
the Democracies.
MRS. MONTE SELIG
Chairman, Volunteer Division
Women's Group, Federa-
tion Campaign
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942
*Jewist Fkridfifin
PAGE THREE
KING'S..
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KOMMENTS SUil
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Seek and ye shall find
Tis time you to remind
Be it evil or good
Think it over they should
For, my people, they say
Yes, even those that pray
If you dig that grave
Be careful you knave
That slip you do not
Ere in the grave you rot
King knows two wrongs
Makes right no one for long
Yes, even now and here
They do their best to smear
Be careful that from that fire
Not to fall in muck and mire.
MOURNS LOSS OF
RELIGIOUS LEADER
King must still withhold
Komment on two bitf of dip-
lomacy the patt week both
masterpieces but in opposite
directions and as soon as one
boomerangs the other will gain
impetus King promises dis-
closure soon.
gether with one of his ranking
officers had a new program for
the order worked out but the
system didn't consistently work
so it was disgustingly put aside
as the sure thing.
King thinks it wonderful that
trips can be taken at a time when
it would be much nicer to be on
the scene the messy scene .
Unexplainable is the action of
our boys on the new hospital sit-
uatiton on the Beach and the
trouble they are going to placing
obstacles in its path .
It was a misinterpretation
of remarks with regard to the
finances of an institution local-
ly and its needs, that caused a
flurry of words last week .
The reply was a little too
scathing King was told.
King hears that the charter
for the 41st St. synagogue on
The Beach has been drawn and
will be presented to the court
the e-irly part of next week for
granting.
King has learned that a clique
is an essential part of an organi-
zation beware of too many
essentials in one body.
And the old Willkie headquar-
ters has been turned into a syna-
gogue ... an uplifting at that
. and Miami Beach has another
shul even though in the em-
bryo stage.
The head of one group to-
Comes word of a new and
o pretentious funeral parlor in
our fair city for our folk .
local set up.
A new board member of an
old group has already a few chips
to let fly at the board to one of
its consistency.
More attorneys will be found
in the courtrooms listening to
the few busy ones try a case
than in their offices. Quite a
few would do well to help Fed-
eration during the slow period.
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Jacob Buchman, Fred Perlman,
Adolph Katz, Judge Sandier. Isi-
dor Wohl, A. S. Finman, H. Eloz-
ory, Louis Gordon, Ben Haimo-
vitz, Manuel Katz, Ben J. Fin-
man, Robert Kasriel, M. Henry
Cohen, Rabbi Morrie A. Skop,
Rabbi A. S. Kleinfield, and Rabbi
WHlner.
The Rev. Charles Adams, Ern-
est Maas, Julius Maas, Leo Gott-
seigen, Frank O'Berry, H. G.
Turner, Sam Feinberg. Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan represented the
Florida Rabbinical Association.
Rabbi Burger was stricken
shortly after he left the speakers'
rostrum at a St. Petersburg syn-
agogue and a physician said he
had suffered a cerebral hemor-
rhage.
He was born in Zozma, Czecho-
Slovagia, and attended theolog-
ical colleges there and in Hun-
gary before coming to the United
States. He went to Dropsie col-
lege in Philadelphia, and Drake
university, in Des Moines. Iowa.
Going to Tampa more than 14
years ago, Rabbi Burger became
active in religious and civic af-
fairs in that city and throughout
the state. He was a director of
the Y. M. H. A., a member of the
John Darling Lodge of Masons,
president of the Zionist organi-
zation of the Tampa district, vice
president of the Florida Rabbin-
ical Association, chairman of the
Tampa library board, and an hon-
orary member of B'nai B'rith.
The public library was closed
Tuesday morning from 10:30 to
12 that night in respect.
Rabbi Burger is survived by
two brothers, Paul Burger of
Carmechiel, Pa., and Dr. Jacob
Burger of New York, four sisters,
Mrs. Herminia Adler of New
York, and three sisters in Europe,
also a sister-in-law, Mrs. Dave
Burger, of Uniontown.
The following resolution was
adopted by the Florida Rabbini-
cal Association:
"Whoso honors the Torah will
himself be honored."Rabbi Jose
in the Mishnah.
The sudden death of Rabbi
Adolph Burger of Congregation
Rodeph Shalom of Tampa, Flor-
ida, shocked Jewish communities
throughout the State of Florida.
Rabbi Burger was a respected
member of the Florida Rabbinic-
al Association and was chairman
of the committee of arbitration.
His intense love for Jewish tradi-
tion and Jewish music was made
manifest at every Jewish gather-
ing. His keen mind and his open
heart were admired by all of his
colleagues in the Florida Rabbin-
ate Like the name of his Con-
gregation in Tampa (which he
served some eighteen years) Rab-
bi Burger was a true "Rodeph
Shalom." Wherever a Congrega-
tion was having difficulties or
wherever he heard of a fellow
Rabbi needing advice in some
congregational dispute, Rabbi
Burger "pursued peace" and hon-
ored the injunction of Rabbi Jose
by always honoring the teachings
of the Torah. He had a high re-
gard for Jewish scholarship and
was a lover of Talmudic lore. He
was a lover of the finest in Jew-
ish custom and ritual and often
urged the re-interpretation of
some Jewish traditional cere-
monial to have meaning for Jew-
ish youth of today. He was act-
ive in every convention of the
Florida Rabbinical Association;
member of B'nai B'rith, Tampa
Zionist District. 32nd degree Ma-
son, member of Tampa Library
Board, and various educational
societies.
The Florida Rabbinical Asso-
ciation expresses its deepest sym-
pathy with Congregation Rodeph
Shalom of Tampa and to all who
loved, honor and will ever cher-
ish the memory of Rabbi Adolph
Burger. Zecher Zadik Livrocho.
This week finds many of our
Brethren engaged in the Feder-
ation drive. It is with pride that
we point out that practically all
leaders of the Federation drive
are members of B'nai B'rith,
thus continuing its policy of pro-
viding leadership for the Jewish
community of Miami. We know
that with such leadership the
drive cannot fail.
Last Monday, the 19th, over
100 brave souls fought a drizzling
rain to attend an Americaniza-
tion program in Bayfront Park.
The bulk of the audience was
composed of various classes of
foreign born now studying to pre-
pare themselves for citizenship.
Dean William Russell of Co-
lumbia University, the new di-
rector of the National Citizen-
ship Educational program, was
the principal speaker. Dean Rus-
sell drew a vivid comparison be-
tween the Nazi dominated life
and the American way of life.
We are pleased to report that
the B'nai B'rith Americanization
committee, under the chairman-
ship of Brother Nat Roth and
with the help of Brother Burney
Roth, played an important part
in this program.
A delegation of members
planned to motor to Sarasota in
order to attend the unveiling of
a marker in honor of Judah P.
Benjamin, Jewish Confederate
secretary of state, on Thursday.
January 22nd. This event is
sponsored by the United Daugh-
ters of the Confederacy. Howev-
er, orchids are due Brother Bill
Boxerman and Brother Harry
Simonhoff for the very fine pub-
licity relative to this event. Edi-
torial articles have appeared not
only in the local Herald and
News, but in other newspapers
throughout Florida and the south
which have publicized this occas-
ion.
The Anti-Defamation Commit-
tee, particularly, should be con-
gratulated on their fine work in
spreading mutual feelings of
good will because of this occas-
ion.
Following the stirring address
of Frank Malone of the Dade
County Defense Council at the
last meeting, President Burney
Roth announced plans for the
formation of motorized units of
200 B'nai B'rith members. How-
ever more manpower is needed.
It is your duty as a citizen an;i
a Ben B'rith to volunteer your
services. Air raid wardens, fire
wardens, minute men, are all
needed. Among the women, of-
fice help, spotters, air filter cen-
ter personnel, are needed badly.
According to reports, sale of
the tickets for the William L.
Shirer affair are progressing nice-
ly. We suggest that you get your
tickets early as they are moving
fast.
Brother Al Pallot advises that
plajis are progressing for a
smoker, to be held very shortly.
Further details will be announced
as soon as final arrangements
have been made. Each member
will be notified time and place
of this affair sponsored by the
entertainment committee.
In this issue, we have reported
some of the multiple activities of
our local lodgeFederation. An-
ti-Defamation work. Americani-
zation. Civilian Defenseall sum
up B'nai B'rith's energetic, con-
structive service to the commun-
ity during the present crisis. Are
you doing your part?
Seattle. Wash.: The B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation at the
University of Washington has
been designated as an official
civilian defense registration cen-
ter on the University campus.
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 4
America In Action
America is swinging into action. We're
really beginning to clean house. While our
armed forces crack down on the war front, the
FBI heeds President Roosevelt's admonition
that "we must guard against divisions among
our selves and among all other United Nations.
We must be particularly vigilant against racial
discrimination in any of its ugly forms."
In a number of cities, organizations whose
anti-Semitic policies have festered like an ugly
sore upon the united strength of our nation,
are beginning to burn their membership lists
and other documents in anticipation of momen-
tary FBI raids.
Although the New York Post, among others,
has charged that the Fascists are still using
the mails for anti-Jewish propaganda of the
vilest sort, their existence becomes increasing-
ly more difficult and hazardous. Their doom
was sealed and their affiliations made more
evident when the President lashed out against
their activities.
The activity destined for their extinction has
had its effects. They have run off the street
corners and out of the public places to hide
in dark corners and confer secretly behind
closed doors. Others have put on sweet
guises and have ben heard to say weakly and
with regretful intimationUnity now. If these
latter think that they can traverse the path of
unity now and later down the road find a
turning point, a little nook in which they can
resume their old Hitlerite policies they are mis-
taken. For they will find what the President
has warned Hitler of finding"a unity of will
and purpose against him which will persevere
until the destruction of all his black designs
upon the freedom and people of the world."
New Jewish Diplomacy
The entrance of the United States into the
war must inevitably lead to a general shake-
i up in Jewish and Zionist diplomacy. It will
: be a shake-up, however, decidedly in favor of
, Jewish aspirations, for it brings into the event-
1 ual peace conference, the assistance of a gov-
ernment sympathetic to the cause of Israel.
The last war brought forth the historic Bal-
four Declaration. It may be that the present
vtfii will bring forth an equally historic Roose-
velt or perhaps Hull or Barkley declaration,
for it is plain, that this time, the United States
will make her voice felt equally with England
in setting the mould of peace conditions of the
world.
In connection with this new orientation, it
was interesting to note the words of Dr. Weiz-
mann expressed in an article in Foreign Af-
fairs this week. Dr. Weizmann pointed out that
the war will have added two more to the Arab
countries which have gained independence as
the result of the warSyria and Libya. The
last war gave independence to many other
Arab countries. The Arabs, Dr. Weizmann im-
plies, should be satisfied, and should be clearly
told that in the small Palestine area, Jews must
be permitted completely unlimited immigra-
tion and Arabs who are displeased with this,
must be assisted to emigrate to other portions
of the vast chain of Arab states. Dr. Weizmann
sees the possibility too of Palestine becoming
a Jewish Dominion under the British flag.
These are bold statements, coming from a
man who in days gone by was often criticized
by even fellow Zionists, as being too conserva-
tive. They are all the more impressive be-
cause these bold words are now being uttered
by a man habituated to use words with dis-
cretion and reserve.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
&ucty GottgldenUcd
_____By PHINEAS J. BJRON-
ANTI-SEMITIC
WILL BE
BY F.B.I.
New York (WNS) The De-
partment of Justice was urged
this week to invest \ the ac-
tivities of Boris Brasol, ardent
pro-Nazi and violent anti-S i
who once boasted that his books
"'have done more harm to the
Jews than ten pogroms." by The
Hour, well-informed anti-Fasc:s:
weekly.
The publication charged that
"for years Brasol has been col-
laborating with pro-Nazi White
Russians. Japanese agents and
native fifth columnists." '-His
specialty." The Hour added, "is
fomenting race hatred, and his
accomplishments in this field
have won him world-wide notor-
iety."
According to the anti-Fascist
weekly these are some of the ac-
tivities of the Fascist propagand-
ist, now residing in New York
City:
"One of the earliest of these
was distributing in the United
States translations of "The Pro-
tocols of the Elders of Zion. This
infamous forgery, purporting to
reveal a vast Jewish conspiracy
to create a world-wide dictator-
ship, had been used by the Czar's
government to provoke anti-Sem-
itic agitation and pogroms. By
spreading the wretched canard
of the Protocols in America, Bra-
sol sought to rally support for the
White Russians and to convince
public opinion that the 'Red Re-
volution' was part of the 'inter-
national Jewish conspiracy.'
Through Brasol's efforts the Pro-
tocols reached Henry Ford, who
reprinted them in his Dearborn
Independent. Brasol even man-
aged to have a copy of the Pro-
tocols placed in the files of the
U. S. Secret Service as an ex-
planation of the Russian Revo-
lution.
"A prolific author himself. Bra-
sol began writing books filled
with anti-Semitic propaganda.
The World at the Cross Roads,
published in Boston in 1921, ty-
pifies the Jew-baiting literature
which flowed so easily from his
pen. The book contends that the
Russian Revolution was insti-
gated, financed and led by Jews:
and describes the overthrow of
the Czar and consequent inter-
national developments as a 'sinis-
ter movement in which the Jews
of the world and Mr. Wilson have
become partners.'
"When Adolf Hitler came to
power in Germany, the Russian
Fascists throughout the world
saw new hope for the overthrow
of the Soviets. Der Fuehrer pro-
mised to smash the Bolsheviks,
and the Russian White Guards
took him at his word. In Har-
bin. Japan, the Russian Fascists
organized an army to be placed
at Hitler's disposal."
ENTHUSIASM IS
t
2,400 JEWISH ENTERPRISES
PASS INTO "ARYAN HANDS"
Geneva (WNS)The Nazi con-
trolled Rumanian press reported
with satisfaction this week that
ince the assumption to power of
\ he violently anti-Semitic Pre-
' nier Ion Antonescu more than
I 2.400 Jewish owned enterprises
. n Rumania have been confis-
ated and turned over to "Aryan"
nanagement.
The prediction was made that
j he year 1942 will see the confis-
ation of Jewish enterprises and
, .vealth on an even larger scale.
; The Rumanian press concluded
. with the assurance that the Jews
would never again wield any in-
fluence in Rumania.
Give, they need your help.
Support- Federation.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
paign chairman, active Federa-
tion worker and a campaign vice
chairman in the present drive,
arrived in the city Tuesday after
a ten-month's absence complet-
ing a 3.000 mile trip to partici-
pate in the campaign. He ad-
dressed the gathering briefly
pledging his active support for
the attainment of the quota.
Other speakers at the meeting
included Stanley C. Myers, who
presided. Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
campaign vice chairman, Benja-
min E. Bronston, Mrs. Stanley C.
Myers, chairman of the women's
division and Morris Klass, exec-
utive director.
Officers of Federation have
pleaded to all workers to contact
all those for whom they have
cards as soon as possible.
"The success of the drive de-
pends on thorough coverage in
addition to increased giving,"
Benjamin Bronston stated. "Our
big gifts division has a big jot
before it trying to secure large
pledges. I am confident that thil
division will come through but ii
is also imperative that the other
croups do likewise in order tc
insure our success in this cam-
paign."
Remaining report meetings foi
the balance of the campaign in-
clude luncheon, Friday, January
23rd. 12:15. Manning's Grill, 82b
Biscayne Boulevard; luncheon
Monday, January 26th, 12:15.
same place: Wednesday evening.
January 28th, 8:30, Miami Beach
Jewish Center.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Dudley Pelley, whose dream it is to become the American
Goebbels, is now sponsoring a new magazine, called the Gali-
lean, and published in de luxe format His latest issue feat-
ured the picture of Jerusalem on the cover, and in the editorial
advocated the speedy elimination of the English, the Jews and
the Bolshevists from decent international society Thus you
see that the need for national unity in these critical times doesn't
at all faze the well-known lunatic fringe From various sec-
tions of the country, indeed, come reports that "Christian Front-
ers" and other such groups, hell-bent on creating internal dis-
sension in these United States, are growing virulent again .
Axis stooges, witting or unwitting, are playing a large part in
this development Hope you haven't missed Henry Pringle's
article, "Don't Believe a Word of It," in the January 17th Col-
lier's ... It is a most convincing expose of the Nazi fifth column
demoralization squads active in our country Have you seen
that "newsreel" showing Nazi soldiers doing the Lambeth
Walk? It's a product of British trick photography, and the
funniest thing to land on the screen in many a year There's
a street in an Alsatian city, reports a scribe, which the Nazis
found named Rue de Sauvage (Savage Street) ... So by a sim-
ple process of translation they renamed it Hitlerstrasse.
THAT RUSSIAN RUSH
Dr. Frederich Wolf, the German playwright who wrote "Pro-
fessor Mamlock" and "Sailors of Cattaro," and who has been
living in Russia since the Nazis invaded his refuge in France,
is credited with a propaganda stunt that is playing havoc with
Nazi morale on the Eastern front Broadcasting in his perfect
German from the Soviet capital. Dr. Wolfe presents what pur-
ports to be propaganda talks, and dwells on the consternation
rampant among the Soviet command ... All their plans are
going awry, he declares, because of the mildness of the winter
so far It won't be till the real Russian winter sets in, with tem-
peratures of 60 below zero, that the Red Army will be able to
give the Germans a real fight, he adds And you can imag-
ine how much of a consolation that is to the frostbitten Nazi
troops Herry Hershfield reports the following bit of conver-
sation, which his homing parrot brought back from a recon-
naissance flight to the Russian front One German soldier
says to a comrade: "Your hands are in terrible shape : : What
on earth happened to them?" Whereupon the second Nazi
replies "I was just trying to warm them on the passing shells".
The Japs, adds Harry, are a surprisethey're lasting longer
than their electric bulbs And another Broadway funny-man
proposes a fitting title for the history of Hitler's Russian adven-
ture: "Crimea and Punishment."
THE BOOK SHELF
A concise "Outline of Zionist History," by Lotta Levensohn,
is the latest book to be brought out by the Scopus Publishing
Company, which was founded in New York only a few years
ago by Mordecai Newman, formerly of Palestine, and a brother
of painter and lecturer Elias Newman Those of you who
missed Douglas Miller's "You Can't Do Business with Hitler"
at the time of its original publication last year, will be glad to
know that you can now get the Pocket Book edition of this most
illuminating expose of Nazi business methods From this
volume, incidentally, we glean the following bit of Nazi anthro-
pometry: If the points of your lower ear tips fail to come below
the base of your nose, a taint of Semitic blood is indicated .
and if you want to know just how accurate this criterion is,
measure some of your Jewish and non-Jewish friends ... We
did, and found it just as unreliable as any other Nazi claim.
LIVE AND LEARN
Lucius Beebe, Manhattan's highest-hatted columnist, re-
veals that Beernard Sobel has presented hirn with a volume
of selected Latin prose and verse, with explanatory footnotes
in Greek and Hebrew Which reminds us that Henriette Herz,
the famous hostess who used to entertain Goethe.in her salon,
carried on an extensive correspondence in Hebrew cursive script
with Alexander von Humboldt, the illustrious German natural-
1? explorer ... This is one of the items that struck us as
particularly interesting as we thumbed through Volume V of
fte Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, by the way... Another bit
?Sm2?p YT m,aXi!57?d in the same reference work is the
SLtft? Frede,rick William.Herschel. the great astronomer,
wSTL*E2 f;.a J1Vmg Until he was forties ... It
! "vt0un'U af,er 5* discovery of the planet Uranus that he
SSfiflSa? PPhuuiY tp devote himself entirely to his sci-
S2SVl^A**S! SiSter' Caroline Lucreaa- *"
Astrodome? H ^ Psi,ion of a<*tant to England's Royal
heSTn hi bM,bem9 he.r bro,he'. whom she had been
Ssma i tafaSK?ChGV TAnd' as lon9 as we *> be
MUSICAL NOTES
from B^rlm hV^I f Siegfried Landau' Y*m refugee
dStacuon SSffSHiW heaudway as a conductor of
young Joseph_Hman even better than his father was at that
ofgradios ntuX^one sS? fe? Shre n her rating
of 600 radio *& *t2^{* H^ESfc *f
timely title of bandleader Ah* T, ^e Axis **
The Victor people b? thai lYma^ latest Victor recording,
"or people, by the way^are bringing out a popular al-
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942
*Jewlstncrldllan
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BEN8I0N. RABBI
1538 Je*feron Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Marbach, held a most interesting
Jewish Information Please pro-
gram which was attended by a
very large audience. Refresh-
ments were served.
Many new members joined the
organization. Under the lead-
ership of Mrs. Newman, Year
Book chairman, Mrs. Ben Mar-
bach, Mrs. M. Berman, Mrs. Jo-
seph Rose, and Mrs. Helen
Schoenfield, president, an active
committee are assisting the Jew-
ish Year Book and President
Frankel's Dinner events to take
place on February 22nd, Wash-
ington's birthday.
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday ---------------------- 9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat---------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Service*
This Friday evening at 8:00
o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will
speak on the subject "Medical
Healers and Spiritual Quacks."
Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will of-
ficiate with the assistance of the
Jewish Center choir, Miss Edith
Freeman directing. In the morn-
ing on Saturday at 10 o'clock
Rabbi Bension will preach on the
Scriptural lesson. Children are
particularly invited to attend the
morning services A special child-
ren's Kiddush is served immedi-
ately following the services. Last
Saturday morning Rabbi Spitz
preached at the morning ser-
vices and Samuel Friedland was-
the host at the Oneg Shabbat.
Mr. Gershon led the Hebrew Pro-
phetic Texts Class for adults.
Federation at Center
The Jewish Federation Cam-
paign is quite in evidence at the
Center. Last Friday night the
service which was crowded to
the doors and hundreds had to
be turned away, Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion delivered a fervent plea in
behalf of Federation, and he al-
so introduced Mr. Bronston, the
Federation president. The clos-
ing rally of the Federation cam-
paign is scheduled to be held at
the Center auditorium on Wed-
nesday evening, January 28th at
8 o'clock when Dr. Bension will
speak. Day J. Apte will preside
and reports will be rendered by
the chairmen of the several di-
visions. The members of the
Jewish Center co-ed club will be
the ushers.
Jewish Center Forum
The Jewish Center Forum
made its initial appearance last
Monday night with a very fine
attendance of interested men and
women who participated actively
in the discussion which centered
about the subject, 'Ts Israel
Deemed the Jewish Post War
Program?" Dr. Samuel Bension
led the discussion. Next Monday
evening the discussion leader will
be Dr. Carl Press, formerly with
the University of South California
and a Ph.D. of Berlin University,
who will speak on the subject.
"Jewish History Repeats Itself."
All men and women in the com-
munity are welcome. No admis-
sion cards are necessary. The
Forums will be held weekly ev-
ery Monday night.
Sisterhood Open Nights
The Sisterhood of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center announces
that it will open the entire build-
ing on Sunday nights for Com-
munity hospitality to men and
women. Refreshments will be
served and various games, whist,
and bridge, mah jongg and all
manner of diverse entertainment
will be provided for. All men
and women are urged to make
the Jewish Center their social
home for Sunday nights and to
be the guests of the Sisterhood.
Admission cards may be secured
at the office mornings, after-
noons and evenings at any hour.
The hostess in charge is Mrs.
Helen Freeman, assisted by Mrs.
M. Berman, Mrs. Ben Marbach,
and Mrs. Helen Schoenfield.
Last Tuesday night "the Sis-
terhood under the leadership of
the cultural chairman, Mrs. Ben
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
Service Schedule
Daily Services.......... 7 and 8 a. m.
Evening services............ 5:30 p. m.
Sabbath services..............9 a. m.
Congregation Gates of Prayer
will hold its first service in its
new home, 230 Lincoln Road, Fri-
day evening at 5:20, which will
be conducted by Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky.
The congregation, founded last
year by a number of Jewish lead-
ers in the community interested
in the advancement of traditional
Judaism in Miami Beach, will
launch an interesting and con-
structive program of activities
in connection with the institu-
tion.
Rabbi Rackovsky, spiritual
leader, was formerly rabbi of the
Syracuse Orthodox Congregation,
and has held many pulpits during
a constructive career as spiritual
leader.
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
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
of Mrs. Bertha Winston; Mendel
Cromer, husband of Mrs. Flor-
ence Cromer.
Yahrzeits: Joseph Lipsitz, fath-
er of Mrs. Elry Stone; Siege Koff-
ler, mother of Mrs. Nathan Sper-
ling; Johanna Schloss Frank,
mother of Mrs. S. Merson; Rose
Frank Lewis, sister of Mrs. S.
Merson; Betty Hoffman, mother
of Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan; Harry
Goldman, father of Mrs. Leonard
Jacobus; Rachel S. Kaufman,
mother of Mrs. R. W. Apte and
Mrs. Henry Gaggstetter; Moses
Feder, father of Mrs. Samuel
Katz; Yetta Kanter, mother of
Harry Kanter; Abe Lewis, broth-
er of Mrs. Albert L. Kahn.
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to eay. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Support Federation.
Who will help if you don't.
Give now! Help now! Act
now!
Support Federation.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
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 S. W. Third Street
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services--------------7:30 a.m.
Evening Services______ 6:00 p.m.
Saturday morning---------8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning .....----- 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily------3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Mrs. I.ouis Margulies Reporting for Beth
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct the services. Cantor
Henry Marbein, assisted by a
mixed choir, will chant the ser-
vices. Rabbi Shapiro will dis-
cuss the subject, "War Nerves
Now or Never!"
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately after the ser-
vices arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Badartes in honor of their
newly born granddaughter.
Bar Mitxvah
During the services this Sat-
urday morning, Marvin, the son
of Mrs. Mildred Rubinstein will
become Bar Mitzvah. He will ex-
tend his greetings, and a cordial
invitation to all worshipers to
attend the reception which will
follow immediately after the
Benediction.
In Memoriam
The following names of be-
loved ones whose names are in-
scribed in our Book of Life, and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com-
ing week, will be mentioned from
the pulpit during the late services
Friday night: Rav. Mordechai
Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz;
Yaakov, father of Norman Ross-
man; Rivkah, sister of Florence
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, January 23 at
8:15 o'clock Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will preach on the sub-
ject, "Attitudes in a Time of
Crisis," being an address on a
normal spiritual outlook, in ab-
normal times. The musical ser-
vice will be rendered by the Tem-
ple Israel choir, which includes
Arturo di Filippi, tenor; Emory
Krieger, baritone; Rosemary Ger-
son, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein,
contralto; Frances Tarboux, or-
ganist and directress.
A reception for worshipers will
be given by the Sisterhood after
the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, January 24
at 11 o'clock, congregational par-
ticipation, Torah reading and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion in
a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman.
President's Birthday
Friday evening, January 30th,
members of the congregation and
friends are urged to attend the
service dedicated to prayers of
thankfulness for the leadership
of President Roosevelt, in honor
of the national celebration of his
birthday. Our members are also
reminded to cooperate with the
local committees for the Presi-
dent's birthday ball.
Defense Projects
Tuesday, all day, January 27,
Temple Israel Red Cross sewing
group, Mrs. Samuel Katz, chair-
man; given all day on Tuesdays
and Thursdays.
Tuesday morning, January 27,
standard first aid course of the
Red Cross, given at Temple Is-
rael on Tuesday and Friday
mornings, from 10 to 12 o'clock.
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, chairman.
Tuesday morning, January 27,
Dade County Defense Council
canning project at 10 o'clock in
Kaplan Hall.
Federation
Last week's Temple service was
dedicated to the cause of Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation. We
remind you again, however, to
"Insure Your Tomorrow"Wake
Up and Giveto Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, when the
workers call upon you between
now and January 28th.
Board and Teachers' Meeting
Temple Israel Religious School
Board will meet on Wednesday
evening, January 28, in Temple
board room at 7:30 o'clock with
Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of
the Religious School board, pre-
siding.
At 8:30 p. m. the teachers of
the Religious School will meet
in the board room. Rabbi Zwit-
man will discuss "Jewish Arbor
Day" and "Brotherhood Week,"
both of which fall during the
month of February, and the ex-
periment in class-room lesson
planning will be presented by
Miss Mildred Rand.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Tillie Weil
Adler, mother of Mrs. F. Fried-
man; Abe W. Winston, husband
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p. m. Sermon, "Judah P. Benja-
minStatesman of the South."
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood meeting, Monday at
8 p. m.
Sewing for American Red
Cross, British War Relief Soci-
ety, and Bundles for Britain and
U. S. Bluejackets, Wednesday
from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Temple Emanu-El is the only
synagogue between Miami and
Palm Beach.
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
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
this Friday night on the theme:
"From Pharaoh to Hitler." Can-
tor Mamches will lead in the
singing. To be assured of seats
we recommend coming early.
Service starts at 8:30 sharp;
closes at 9:30 p. m.
Bar Mitzva
Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Abram Djmal will celebrate his
becoming a bar mitzva during our
services this Saturday morning.
Our Rabbi will address the boy
after his Bar Mitzva speech.
Siyum Massechess
Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver
a "Hadran" in celebration of the
completion of a study of the Tal-
mudic tract "Gittin" during Sha-
losh S'oodoss this Saturday at
5:45 p. m. Students of the Tal-
mud are welcome.
School News
On our assembly program this
week were Gladys Gewirts, Ada
Mae Lurie, Dorothy Feit, Ruth
Nestle, Joe Merlin, Ruth Godlin,
Stephen Schoenberg, and Merna
Schuman.
JNF prizes were distributed to
the following by Mrs. Freda Kal-
stein for distinction in JNF col-
lections: Morton Rosenbaum, Sid-
ney Naness, Howard Saperstein,
Martin Biblowitz, Beverly Rubin,
Rachel Pilmer, Beverly Stein-
berg, Leonard Berg, Pat Rubin,
Franklin Schoenbaum, Philip
Goldhagen, Rosalie Wheelof, Max
Rosenthal, Helen Sasoon and Irv-
ing Heller.
(CONTINUED ON PAOE 6)
Pro Patria
We are glad to bring further
reports from the boys in the
service. This week we greet
Private Herert Jerome Cohen
of Fort Clark, Texas, who was
Rabbi Kellner's guest on the
Jewish Radio Hour last Sunday.
Sunday School
A special Palestinian program
is being prepared for Feb 1st
which will be day before Cha-
misho Osor Bishvot. The Class
VI of Mrs. Louis Katz will be in
charge of the program.
Guest Speaker
Rabbi Solomon Guskind of the
Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Meir Ha-
roher of Brooklyn, N. Y., will oc-
cupy the pulpit this Sabbath
morning and will speak on "Eter-
nal Torah." Rabbi Kellner will
speak in Yiddish in the afternoon
at 4 o'clock.
Congratulations
We are pleased to congratulate
and honor parents and families
of the bar mitzvah boys who will
be confirmed during the Sab-
bath morning services. Edgar
Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mark G. Kaplan, 1936 S. W. 7th
St.; Prestn Silverman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman,
1687 S. W. 10th St., and Hilliard
Spira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Spiro of 1864 S. W. 14th Terrace.
The parents of these boys take
this means of extending a most
cordial invitation to all of their
friends to be present at these
ceremonies. Rabbi Kellner will
address the boys and bring to
the families greetings from the
synagogue.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with most pro-
found grief the sudden and un-
timely death of Rabbi Adolph
Burger of Congregation Rodeph
Sholom, Tampa, Florida. The late
Rabbi Olov Hasholom was well
known and respected in local cir-
cles for his untiring devotion
and sincere steadfastness in the
battles for our traditions. May
his memory ever be a blessing
and an inspiration.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1942
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Last week they reported ~ th
riigruv success?uJ party ..eu
Walburn Hotel

P. T. A. Meeting
The Beth Jaeofe Re:.;.;-;
: F T A v..:; meet M
in the Community Budding
Tickets for the P T A motion
piCtUN ..: ..-.-;
picture A r.......n Lincoln." ani
starring Walter Hust n and Una
M rkel will
synag idit num Sunday
February 15th
Cantor's Concert
Tickets for the cantor's annual
: i held Sunday. Feb-
ruary Bth = r; dow sak ai :_r
>ffk I It r .? ;:.
outstanding program
Mirraehi Palestine Night
be celebrated by the ktiarr.:
Bear-. Mizrschi by a Palestine
freshments Sunday February l
Building which will be especially
cr::r;:vi for the event
Hahaaoth
For the benefit :: :-. synagogue
pr ; ::: the twc Habanotfa chap-
lay and ''-' sda- Feb-
,h, -,.,
:.-. is SIS.' u ited
:: th American Red Cross
First Aid Unit
Our First Aid Cnit lei the
instruction : Miss Dorothy Dia-
mond Mondays at 8:00 p
m I: .; adults
I :: sixty
Congratulations
Our s to Dr. and
?'.-; M Slutsky the birth and
britr. their first Mrs Slutsky
. r -: Mr and Mr;
5 Adlerblum May thej bring
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Mrs S J Klein on th<
tion ::' their golden wedding an-
this Friday Welcome
FROM THE
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Habanoth .:'. are M.;; 3
group Munara Feit president;
Wolff vice president
Sere: Bar-
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Scouts
- IX -:' Scouts :.
; ~-~-- rat r. for a uts and
parents >n Wed! J : iiarv
- to..owing
an ..: most n cent tender!
scouts Manly? 3 iman Ruth
Sy -1 Xani ss Lil-
lian Le> ens n Jean< tti I
---r. : Hod an E atnci Licht
and Nancy Schechter
Our Maccabeans art asj witl
defet .-. : thle'tic as-
are meetings
Defem | "[ z
Prtptrei "Job Lttleri" Manual
BEFORE YO'J BVY
LEON ELSIN
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because B;g;es:
ButBiggest Because Best
2-S03S PHONE 5-131?
Insure Your Tomorrow!
Insure Your Tom rrow!" la
tc the son and iaughter-in-law the slogan for the 1942 Federa-
came tc God tion campaign, now under way .
grant them all long life together [Certainly the work of the Anti-
Young Judea Defamation League and similar
Our Young Judea -i under :'r.-: ag--.-.::es -a-hose national treasur-
5ponscrship of M ;; Ruth Moed ies receive allotment from the
and Miss Frances Reiss Meet- joint drive may well be construed
ings =rr held each Thursday a: "a; insurances agair.st certain in-
Mer rs p is already in flu;r.ces thai would destroy us
the twenties Th following f- all
ficers were ins- a: :.- la;: r-- a.-.ti-Semitic propaganda
meeting: Bernard Milstein pres- continues a= pan of a well-
"" Norma Pat Rubin vice planned Nazi scheme to divide
presic nt Mar ;_."- imar tec- America 1". r:\ustbecounter-
X Rub:.- :: -..:- : ; ;-: ugh a program of posi.
' r sergeant- :;ve education and public rela-
'*'-*"_________________________ tions
".: was a noted Cr.r:;::ar. writer,
Louis Bromfield. who said: "I
a great deal of faith in the
c ::.::. :. sense of ninety per cent
th American people Give
them the facts and they will see
the truth for what it is."
B.-:mf:eld easily might have!
beer, expressing the philosophy
1 the ADL Our whole ap-
proach to the problem of anti-
Semitism for a quarter of a cen-
tury has been exactly that .
As the Bible has it. "You shall
know the truth and the truth
shall make you free."
Bui "..- defense agencies intc
Efers goes agout
Bin* :.: cent : the :^42 cam-
paigr goal an nly part of the
ance :t::;-v-:v: by the
s::> y.z :: g:a: Forty-sis .
ca! national and verseas causes
an included They provide
vaned : _i :i..e:
customer lost his
: a moment Then
..: hi! words fell
-. skull.
th Gentile would
Al
, ti colun
writing.
: reception that .
should he
visit '"- n: rtt Miami
.-
The Ghost Walks
Watch your daily papers for
s of a local pen nality who
ersive mark by ty-
ith national Nazi
gr up If story doesn't
appear in prinl -.here, part
jf next weeks column will tell
the tale of how the ghost of the
White Front walked again in the
fascist center of America.
Wondering
We wonder what the Klan will
do now that Henry Ford once
more has rejected anti-Semitism
and has repudiated what was
written in the Dearborn Inde-
pendent under his name Will
they still continue to reprint "The
International Jew" with an in-
troduction referring to Henry as
the author? ... Or will the oth-
er 95 installments advertised lo-
cally never see the light of day.
Gut shabbos!
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
B'NAI B-RITH ORDERED WAR
AGAINST THE AXIS POWERS
Alexander A. Li*enghv. direc-
tor of the Chicago Jewish Vo-
cational 5e:>:ce. is the author
' "- :' recn ition :r.ar-
Geneva (WNS>President Ro-
osevelt called upon Congress to
declare war against the Axis
powers upon direct orders from
B'nai B'rith. the Nazi press
charged this week. The Nazi
newspaper "Bremen Nachrich-
ten" referred to the American
president as a "slave of war-
thirsty B'nai B'rith."
At the same time, the Nazi
press explained that the war in
the Far East had been ordered
by the British-Jewish family of
David Sassoon. which, the Nazis
said, wanted to safeguard "its
important trade monopolies."
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Markowitz; Hirsch. husband of
Dora Leiberman; Raezel. mother
of Mrs. Dora Cohen; Totef, in
memory of Joseph Aaronson; Le.
ah Raeza. mother of H. Rayvis-
Yehudah Flvee. father of Louis
Weinkle.
Sisterhood Bulletin
The Sisterhood will hold its
gala 26th annual Pre-Purim Ball
Sunday evening. February 22nd
at the Beth David auditorium.
Mrs. Isidor Cohen, general chair-
man, wishes to announce that she
and her committee are working
on plans for an outstanding eve-
ning of entertainment. Tickets
are in readiness and can be ob-
tained by calling Mrs. Cohen,
2-2193 or the office. 2-1473.
Red Cross Classes
It is most gratifying to see the
continued increased attendance at
our Red Cross sewing classes
held at our Talmud Torah every
Tuesday and Thursday. We are
always happy to welcome new.
comers. For information, please
contact the office. 2-1473.
Be glad its only money you
>ked.
Support Federation.
IT LIKES YOU
of a 2-r-pare manual on "Job acter building hospitals orphan-
Letter*", published this week
by the B'nai B'rith Vocational
Service Bureau as a guide to
Je'*:h >:'-rz peopie in the
preparation of letters of appli-
cation when seeking emplo>-
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PAGE SEVEN
HOSPITALITY AT TROPICAL
PARK LAUDED BY GOVERNOR
Florida racing in general and
Tropical Park in particular drew
i strong endorsement from Spes-
sard L. Holland, Chief Executive
of the state, in a letter to the
Gables Racing Association, ex-
Dressing his appreciation and
personal thanks for the hospital-
ity which greeted Southern Gov-
ernors on the day set aside for
their reception.
"I sincerely hope that the first
half of the racing season has been
at least reasonably successful
and that the last half may prove
vastly more so. I assure you
that it is a distinct pleasure to
mc to see the high plane on
which you are conducting the
operations at Tropical Park and
I particularly appreciate the co-
operative way in which you have
accepted the new legal set-up
affecting the pari-mutuels. No
one will be happier than I to see
you make an outstanding suc-
cess of your investment in Tro-
pical Park."
COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL
WANTS READING MATTER
Dade County Defense Council
is sponsoring a Liberty Book
Drive to collect reading material
for men in the service. Any type
of book will be welce-mje. Please
help answer this call to provide
reading matter for our soldiers
by depositing your discarded
books at your nearest fire station
JUNIOR HADASSAH
by ROSALYN KLEIN
Calling all mah jongg players!
Calling all card players!
Report to the Wofford Hotel,
2400 Ocean Drive, on Monday
evening, January 26th at 8:30
o'clock.
Junior Hadassah is sponsoring
its annual card party for the be-
nefit of its five projects: Youth
Aliyah, Jewish National Fund,
Henrietta Szold School of Nur-
sing, Pardess Anna and Meier
Shfeyah.
Tickets are 75c per person in-
cluding tax. Refreshments will
be served and door prizes
awarded.
The public is cordially invited
to attend. Tickets may be pur-
chased from any member or at
the door.
Miss Sylvia Geringer is chair-
man assisted by Mrs. Mildred
Friedman, Miss Abbie Cohen,
Miss Bette Sir, Miss Lillian Co-
hen, Miss Hana Mack, Mrs. Ro-
chelle Sherman, Miss Shirley
Meyers and Miss Belle Tannen.
IN THE LETTER BOX
January 19, 1942
An open letter to Rabbi Sha-
piro:
My dear Rabbi:
From your pulpit Friday night,
January 16, you asked whether
the people come to synagogue
more now on account of the war.
And in the auditorium after
services you remarked that when
you see the Spectors at services
it is a sign of a simeche, a cele-
bration. Rabbi, I am writing .this
letter because I believe that my
answer is also the answer of thou-
sands like myself. To your ques-
tion I say yes. We do get more
religiously inclined. We don't
appreciate our health until we
are sick. We don't protect our
homes until our neighbor is
robbed and we don't appreciate
the calm until we are hit by a
storm. And in all such cases re-
gardless of what we are or who
we are we become religious in
our hearts and begin to seek sol-
ace for our souls, in the only
thing we know and that is our
Almighty God in our temples of
worship. As to your remarks I
also say yes, Rabbi. We are re-
joicing with our friends at a bar
mitzvah. And it is a simcho.
when our friends celebrate an
anniversary and it is a simche to
come to hear an appeal for funds |
for the Federation or any other
charity. Because it is a simche
to be a human being and its is
doubly a simche to be a citizen
and live in this glorious country
under our flag of the stars and
stripes and to have the privilege
of assembly where we can get
together for the benefit of the
unfortunate that are enslaved
and robbed of everything a hu-
man being is entitled to. Yes, it
is a simche to be able to help and
an honor and a privilege to give
our fortunes, our sons and our
very lives for the protection of
our land and the freedom for
which it stands and fights for
itself and for the deliberation of
all oppressed and for the deliver-
ance of all mankind.
(Signed) Samuel J. Spector
CANTOR ZEBULON KWARTIN
Cantor Zebulon Kwartin, re-
garded as the world's most pro-
minent cantor who is wintering
at Miami Beach will make his
first and only appearance in Mi-
ami at the Miami Beach Jewish
Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach next weekend. On
Saturday morning, January 31st,
he will officiate at the Sabbath
I services, and on Sunday evening,
| February 1st, he will render a
i grand concert. He will be assist-
ed on the piano by Cantor Sam-
uel Mekeler of The Grossinger
Hotel. Other participating ar-
tists will be Miss Edith Freeman,
music director of the Center and
a graduate of The Julliard School
of Music, who will give piano
solos, and the young violinist,
Master Irving Leibson, who has
made successful appearances on
the concert stage. Admission
cards may be secured at the Cen-
ter office.
CHURCHILL STATEMENT ON
JEWISH ARMY IS PUBLISHED
New York (WNS)The estab-
lishment of a Jewish Army in
Palestine is apparently a closed
affair at least temporarily, as far
as the British Government is con-
letter sent to the New Zionist
cerned. This was evident in a
Organization by Sir Anthony
Rumbold of the British Embassy
in Washington.
Writing in behalf of Prime
Minister Churchill, to whom the
N. Z. O. had addressed a com-
munication during his stay in
Washington, Sir Anthony stated:
"Your message raises the ques-
tion of the recruitment of Jews
for military service. You will
be aware that certain proposals
which were under consideration
had to be dropped because the
necessary equipment was not
available.
"But this does not mean that
there is no opportunity for the
Jews to serve; on the contrary
an active recruiting campaign is
being conducted by the Jewish
Agency among the Jews in Pal-
estine, the results of which are
awaited with interest.
The entry of the United States
into the war will of course also
provide American Jews with the
[possibility of serving the common
cause in the armed forces of the
United States, and Mr. Church-
ill is confident that they will do
so with courage and determina-
tion."
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. M. Sheir and Mrs. Sellis
were hostesses at a card party
Sunday night at Scher Memorial
Hall.
Billie Greenstein, daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel Green-
stein, is ill at Good Samaritan
Hospital.
Rev. and Mrs. Kaufman of
Fleischmanns, N. Y., have arrived
in the city for the season.
Mrs. Sam Duke and daughter,
Lillian, of Chicago, have arrived
in the city.
Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl
Held, has been named as second
alternate to the U. S. Naval Acad-
emy.
Funeral services for Charles M.
Oppenheimer, 523 33rd St., were
held Tuesday afternoon. Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein officiated.
Burial took place in Woodlawn
cemetery. Mr. Oppenheimer died
Sunday at a local hospital. Sur-
vivors include his wife, Rita, two
sons, Herbert and Charles, jr.,
and two sisters who reside in New
York.
For life, liberty and the pur-
suit of happiness.
Support Federation.
Washington, D. C.:A nation-
wide defense resources survey to
estimate the manpower, re-
sources and ability to serve the
nation among the 13,000 mem-
bers of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai
B'rith youth organization, is now
under way.
Give to the Federation Cam-
paign that is now in progress.
Chicago:Three thousand sol-
diers from nearby Army camps
were entertained by the B'nai
B'rith Women of District 6 at lo-
cal service centers. The women
prepared and served all the re-
freshments.
Pittsburgh: Two Pittsburgh
companies of the Pennsylvania
Defense Corps have been
equipped with woolen stockings
and gloves by Pittsburgh B'nai
B'rith Lodge.
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Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, was pleased
to cooperate with the immigra-
tion and education program for
the foreign born by participating
in the Institute and mass
meeting of the National Citizen-
ship Education program, held in
Bayfront Park, Monday, January
19th.
Miss Bess Spanner, executive
director of Council, and Mrs.
Monte Selig, president, took part
in the program. B'nai B'rith and
other agencies doing related work
in the community were also rep-
resented. Rabbi Colman Zwit-
man delivered the benediction at
the meeting.
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delicatessen and every grocery
store in town are lined with the
familiar green-labelled cans of
Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Hot, dry
ovens give these beans a crunchy
tastiness.
KOSHER and PAREVE!
The Seal of approval of
the Union of Orthodox Jew-
ish Congregations of Amer-
ica is on the label.
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in business under the fictitious name
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of MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY. In-
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business under the fictitious name of
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to register the said name with the
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1943
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
THE "Y" IN DEFENSE
Red Cross First Aid
Over two hundred people have
registered for classes in Red
Cross First Aid. Mrs. Essie
Schaffer. the instructor, will be-
gin classes on Monday morning.
January 26. Because of the enor-
mous registration, more classes
have been organized. They will
take place as follows:
Morning classes. Monday.
Afternoon classes. Wednesday.
Evening classes, Monday. Tues-
day and Thursday.
There are but a few more va-
cancies and no one will be admit-
ted to class after Monday.
Dances tor Serricemen
The next in a series of dances
for service men will be held at
the "Y" on Saturday evc:v.:-.g
January 24. A:-, elaborate pro-
gram has been prepared by Mrs
Harry Hacker, hostess-in-chiet
and Maurice Grossrr.ar.. executive
director. Herman Waitsman will
show m vies of the pn vi 11a
dance. Through the courtesy -:
Molka Reich, a floor show will
be given. A buffet supper will
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' furnished by the W. P. A. music
project.
Once more we are compelled
: to state that these dances are giv-
en for the benefit and pleasure
of service men exclusively. No
civilians are admitted. Only
hostesses who have been
officially invited will be admit-
ted and all girls over 18 years
of age who have received admis-
sion cards from the "Y" office
can be admitted. These rules
have been formulated by the
United States Defense Council
and must be strictly followed.
Any young lady over 18 years of
age who wishes to be invited
may receive an admission card
by communicating with the Y.
M. H. A. office. Any lady who
wishes to be a hostess may do so
by contacting the office. They
will receive admission cards.
Salvage
Mrs Harry Hacker, chairman
of the Y. W. H. A. Defense Com-
mittee, requests that all persons
who have old paper and maga-
zines turn them over to the "Y."
These articles will be sold and
the proceeds used for the U. S. O.
dances on Saturday night. If
you have any old paper and mag-
azines, please communicate with
the "Y" office.
Social Hygiene Day February 4
Appealing for the cooperation
of industry and labor in the cam-
paign to wipe out syphilis and
gonorrhea, the American Social
Hygiene Association has designat-
ed Wednesday. February 4 as Na-
tional Social Hygiene Day. The
Y. M. H. A. has been observing
this event annually. Dr. Stan-
ley Frehhng has been designated
chairman of this affair and is
planning a very elaborate pro-
gram for that day. In an inter-
view with Dr. Frehling, he stat-
ed. "The prevention of venereal
disease is America's greatest
health problem in peacetime, but
in time of war and of industrial
and military mobilization, the
problem becomes much greater.
Syphilis and gonorrhea are high
on the list of causes of lost man
power to industry and loss of
health ar.d happiness to workers
and their families." The name
1 the guest speaker and furth-
'.. will be givi:~. in subse-
quent c lumns.
Y. M. H. A. Naturalization Class
Leads State
A: a conference held la?: ''. :.-
day in the Sunshine Room of the
F. rida Power & Light Co., the
National Citizenship Edu
.Program, sponsored by the Immi-
gration and Naturalization S :-
vice and the State Depar-.-er.-. :!
1 Education, it was brought gut
that ir. the sta-.-. :'. Florida in the
oast year twenty three hundred
persons became naturalized
, izens. Out of t.-.ese twenty '.r.ze-i
hundred persons, two hundred
sixtv were students of Mrs. Chris-
tine" Palmer, the Naturalization
teacher in the Y. M. H. A. Dr.
Rav V. Sowers, dean of Southern
College and director of the State
Naturalization Service, said that
this was the largest number of
citizens from any particular city.
The Y. M. H. A. feels proud of
this record. It was further brought
out that every- PUP'1 of Mrs-
Palmer's who applied for citizen-
ship was granted the same. This
is another sen-ice that the *'Y"
renders to the community.
Alien Registration
Maurice Grossman, executive
director, has received a memo-
randum from Earl G. Harrison,
special assistant to the attorney
general, in which social service
agencies have been asked to co-
operate with the department of
justice in the new alien registra-
tion that will take place be-
tween February 9 and 28. Mr.
Harrison in his letter says as
follows: "Your agencies can do
a great service in helping to con-
duct this new program intelli-
gently. As established by the
Alien Registration experience, it
will fall largely to the social
agencies to see that non-citizens
affected by the new regulations
understand the situation and ob-
ligations." In Mr. Grossman's
reply to Mr. Harrison, he stated
that the Y. M. H. A. has previ-
ously cooperated in the last alien
registration and that we will be
pleased to be of service again.
Facilities and personnel for this
matter are available at the Y. M.
H. A.
Y. W. H. A. Card Party Feb. 15
The Y. W. H. A. will give a
Valentine card party on Sundav.
February 15 at the Y. M. H. A.
clubrooms. Cards and bingo
will be the feature of the eve-.
ning. More details later. Mrs.
Pearl Reisman is chairman of the
affair.
THE ROYAL PALM WILL BE
FEATURE EVENT SATURDAY
With three of its season's feat-
ure events already in the record
books, Biscayne Kennel club
fans are looking forward with
great interest to the fourth big
event. The Royal Palm, which
will be run Saturday night.
Both attendance and mutucl
play at the northsidc oval has in-
creased nightly since the track s
opening January 6. More than
S25.000.00 was spent on improve,
ments to the plant by Joe H. Ad-
ams, general manager.
Outstanding among the im-
provements are the new theatre
marquee entrance, streamlined
and heated mutuels concourse,
the installation of the only Amer-
ican Totalisator on any dog track,
and the reduction of the racing
strip to a Futurity course dist-
ance, making it the only grey-
hound track in America that is a
Futurity track.
Twelve races are presented
nightly excepting Sundays.
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ian who has spent the past few
months in South America for Nel-
son Rockefeller's committee
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porting on his experiences in the
lands of our Good Neighbors ..
Take your hats off to 13-year-old
Stanley Margolin of Queens, New
York who. with his body encased
in a plaster cast because of a hip
injury, not only is keeping up
with his school work, but gives
his spare time to the Red Cross,
winding wool into balls for the
volunteer knitters Mrs. Sam-
uel Goldwyn, wife of the movie
sycoon and one of Hollywood's
handsomest women, wears a
navy uniform now, and has
achieved official rating at a
"third class storekeeper and
pharmacist's assistant" This
because of her work in operating
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PAGE TWO *Je1sti Meridian FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1942 Social Mrs. Gertrude Warshoff and daughter, Caroline Sue, of New York City will visit for several weeks with her father, Max Rappaport. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabor and son Jackie, have arrived by auto from New York City and will spend three weeks at the Habana Hotel, Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Albert Rosenthal has left the Jackson Memorial Hospital and is now at her home where she is convalescing from a recent illness. • • • Miss Rose Goldstein of New York City arrived Saturday to spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, 905 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach • • • Dr. Jekuthiel Ginsburg. head of the Mathematics Department of Yeshiva College in New York and editor of the quarterly, Scripta Mathematica, is visiting his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman at their home, 1030 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. • • • Dr. Moises Goldman, medical authority of Argentina and delegate to the Pan American Conference called by the American Jewish Congress, held in Baltimore last month, spent a brief vacation in Miami Beach on his way home. He stayed at the Surf Hotel and was a speaker at the Jewish National Workers Forum meeting last Saturday. Gartenberg & Schechter's PARK CENTRAL HOTEL and Strictly Kosher Dining Room Catering to the General Public DINNER SERVED 5:30 P. M. to 7:30 P. M. Special attention to Private Functions. Banquets, Bar Mitzvahs, Weddings 40 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach PHONE 5-5855 GflLfl COM! SOPRANO JULIUS CHflJCS PIANIST MONDAY, FEB. 2nd • MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM auspices GREATER MIAMI ZIONIST COUNCIL proceeds JEWISH NATIONAL FUND Personals Clubs Organizations ORGANIZATIONS FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 The Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Aron Parochial School announces that classes are now being formed and a full time staff of both Hebrew and English instructors engaged. Only fully qualified and licensed teachers will be engaged in all departments. • • • The fourth lecture on Spinoza s Conception of God will be given by Dr. Abraham Wolfson this Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. Rabbi Abraham A. Kcllner will be the guest speaker. His topic will be "The Peace To Be." • • • The Saturday night forum sponsored by the Bialek branch, Jewish National Workers Alliance will hear Mendel Rosenbaum this Saturday evening at 8:30 at the Surf Hotel, Miami Beach. Mr. Rosenbaum spent a number of years organizing the youths pioneer settlers in Palestine. A discussion will follow the address. • • • Temple Israel Sisterhood announces that the major event of their year's schedule will be held February 10th and 11th in the form of a Bazaar. Booths with various articles and accessories as well as refreshment booths will be set up in Kaplan Hall. Members of the temple and the general community are cordially invited to attend. Co-chairman of the event are Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Janett K. Jacobs. • • • Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. held their semi-annual election of officers January 13th. Newly elected are Harold Solomon, president; Irwin Berger, vice president; Ted Sakowltz, treasurer; Seymour Gladstone, sergeant-at arms, Brus Sidell. assistant sergeant-at-arms and Irving Geringer, reporter. Ray Smollen retains the position of secretary and Murray Dacks, outgoing president, will automatically assume the office of chaplain conforming to a resolution passed at the last meeting. • • • The Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home invites members, visitors and friends to a membership tea, at the Home. 4250 West Flagler Street, Miami. Wednesday, January 28th at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Milton Dreyfuss is chairman of the event and is being assisted by the hospitality committee, Mrs. A. Eisenbcrg, Mrs. S. Vistor and Mrs. A. Wolfson. Transportation to and from the Home is being arranged by Mrs. Joseph Miller, telephone 6-2802 and Mrs. H. Wronker, 3-7177. • • • Marguerite Kozenn and Julius Chajes, international concert artists, will be featured at a musicale Monday evening, February 2nd at the Miami Beach Senior High School auditorium. The artists are making their second appearance in Miami having been presented at the Mana-Zucca club last year. Madame Kozenn has been Prima Donna of the Royal State Opera in Bucharest and of the Volksopera in Vienna. She appeared as soloist with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Orchestra in Paris and the B. B. C. in London. Mr. Chajes is a pianist of first rank and a composer. He made his debut mere at the Town Hall in New York during 1938. Mr. Chajes' compositions have been played by famous artists and leading symphony orchestras. The concert is being held under the auspices of the Greater Miami Zionist Council. The proceeds will go to the Jewish National Fund for the purchase of more land in Palestine. ORGANIZATIONS Professor Z. Scharffstein, noted pedagogue and author of many text books, and a member of the faculty of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, will lead a discussion at the Tarbuth Hebrew Culture Group on the subject of "America Judeaism at the Crossroads." The entire meeting wil be conducted in Hebrew with Professor Jekuthiel Ginsburg, editor of the Scripta Mathematica and Mr. A. Epstein, Hebrew author participating. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preside. The meeting will take place on Sunday at 3 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Freedman, 1030 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. • • • Women's Division of the American Jewish Congress will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday. January 26th at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. A. J. Tobin, 849 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. A very interesting program has been arranged by Mrs. Moses Krieger, president and program chairman. The guest speaker for the afternoon will be Mr. Frances P. Locke, widelyread columnist of the Miami Daily New> Miss Helene Davis, vocalist, will present a group of original songs. Plans for the Victory Luncheon with Mrs. S. H. Lutsky as chairman and Mrs. L. Glasser, co-chairman scheduled for February 23rd, will be discussed. • • • Gratifying results are being shown by the American Red Cross workroom sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation under the chairmanship of Mrs. L. Sobin. This workroom, DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry ORGANIZATIONS ANNIVERSARIES PLAZA THEATRE S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH • • • FRIDAY. JANUARY 23rd "LADY BE GOOD" With ELEANOR POWELL ROBERT YOUNG STARTS "SAT.." JAN. 24 "REMEMBER THE DAY" With CLAUDETTE COLBERT JOHN PAYNE COMING SOON! The Greatest Jewish Talking Picture A Modern Drama of Jewith Life Superbly Acted by Stars of Radio, Stage and Screen "Love and Sacrifice" WITH ENGLISH TITLES starring LAZAR FREED Star of "YOSHE KALB." and ROSE GREENFIELD located in the Talmud Torah Building. 1545 S. W. 3rfI Street, is open on Monday and Wednesday of each week from 9:30 a. m to 3 p. m. for volunteer workers to sew or knit. Ladies may put in as much time as they desire any time during the day. Garments, already cut for sewing, are given out for work at home. Sewing machines are sorely needed in order to carry this project out to the fullest extent. An appeal for the loan of sewing machines of any type is being made. Transportation of these machines can be had by calling Mrs. Sobin at 9-2908. A lunch period is arranged. • • • Carmen Balfour, founder and director of the Hollywood British School of the Theatre, will speak at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, January 23rd, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elk's Club, 720 West Avenue. Miss Balfour will discuss her work in the theater as director of talent in the Colonnade Pictures Corporation of Coral Gables. Two students from her school will enact a skit as part of the program. Hank Miller, four year old actor at Colonnade Studios, will entertain and Richard LaMar, child prodigy, will present a program of piano selections. Mrs. Jack Kalk and Mrs. Harry Marcus will discuss the advertising claims of cigarettes in the interest of consumers. Mrs. Louis Fleischman will be chairman for the afternoon. On January 30th Forum will present Lee Mason, WKAT commentator, who will speak on "The Place of the Jew in a Changing World." Mrs. Jack Silverman will be chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Max Singer of the Fenway Hotel, Miami Beach, were the guests of honor at a surprise party at the Frolics Club given on the occasion of their 10th wedding anniversary. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. H. Singer, Mr. and Mrs. Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. Drucker, Mr. and Mrs. Fox, Bill Mayer and Phil Saperstein. BAR MITZVAH The bar mitzvah of Eli Argintar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar, pioneer Miamians, will take place Thursday morning, January 29th at Beth David Synagogue. Open house will be held Thursday night at 8 p. m. at the parents home, 1542 N. W. 2nd Street. All friends are cor. dially invited. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Preston, Saturday morning at the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation. A reception will be held Sunday at their home, 1687 S. W. 10th Street, from 7 to 11 p. m. Dallas, Texas: — George Levy, secretary of Dallas B'nai B'rith Lodge, is giving regular talks to Jewish soldiers at Camps Bowie and Barkley and is conducting the regular Friday evening service there on the invitation of the Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board. There is no Jewish chaplain in this area and Levy was asked to pinchhit by the J.W.B. field representative. New York:—B'nai B'rith's New York Lodge No. 1 has given a check for $1,500 to the British War Relief Society through the Inter-Faith Committee for Aid to the Democracies. MRS. MONTE SELIG Chairman, Volunteer Division Women's Group, Federation Campaign I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street TyGUST BROS. 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wJewisti Floridiian £255523 TTlhe ^liBWHSlh H)trinity VOLUME 15—No. 4. MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS Great Enthusiasm is Manifest! JEWRY OF FLORIDA IQURNS LOSS OF RELIGIOUS LEADED JEWISH WELFARE BOARD PUBLISHES PRAYER BOOKS As Campaign Gets Under Way; Success is Seemingly Assured With attendance nearing 450, the kick-off breakfast Sunday of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation formally opened the 1942 campaign. The gathering heard stirring addresses and appeals from Rabbi Ferdinand M. Isserman, Day J. Apte, campaign chairman, Stanley C. Myers, vice chairman, Benjamin E. Bronston, president, and Morris Klass, executive director. Last minute information was given, questions were answered and final instructions to team captains and their workers were given. Albert E. Berkeley, Federation secretary, gave the invocation, and Rabbi Samuel Bension of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, delivered the benediction. The rally ended with much enthusiasm demonstrated by those present, evidencing determination to bring the drive to a success-* ful culmination at the close, January 28th. Day J. Apte presided. The first report luncheon held Monday heard divisions reporting a total of more than $20,000 as a result of the day's effort. The workers present heard Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel and Rabbi R. Youngerman, director of Hillel activity at the University of Florida. Youth Division led by Jerome Weinkle, consisting mainly of university students, despite exams this week, raised one-third of their quota the first four days of the drive. Sunday Schools of Greater Miami all participated in the raising of a $50 contribution. Benjamin E. Bronston's Special Gifts Division is leading all others with comparative tabulations Latest Official Federation Campaign Reports $51,415. Sum showing the Women's Division running a close second and the other groups not far behind. An emergency meeting of the Special Gifts Division will meet Sunday at the White House Hoto analyze the results to that le and make preparations to insure their division's goal being reached. Wednesday nights report meeting held at Beth Jacob Congregation opened with a welcome by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff, spiritual head of the congregation, who expressed the hope of Greater Miami raising sufficient funds to meet its budget requirements. M. J. Kopelowitz, 1941 cam(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) London (WNS)—General Walter von Reichenau, who died of "apoplexy" while returning from the Russian front, according to a Nazi announcement, was the instigator of violent anti-Jewish pogroms in the Nazi-occupied Russian Ukraine, according to reports published in London newspapers. The Nazi General, these reports said, was responsible for the mass executions of Jews in Kiev in which about 52,000 Jews lost their lives. The Jews were driven to the Jewish cemetery by Nazi troops and then shot down with machine guns. The London newspapers credited Gen. Reichenau also with the massacres of Jews in Kharkov %  nd other Ukranian cities. E JEWS IN POLAND AND IDE BALKANS Geneva (WNS) — More than 500,000 Jews in Nazi-occupied Poland and the Baltic countries, approximately 25 per cent of the estimated total Jewish population of these countries, are suffering from spotted typhus fever, according to an official of the International Red Cross here. The Red Cross aide indicated that the typhus epidemics in Eastern Europe were more widespread and are causing more suffering among Jews in the overcrowded Polish ghettos than had been previously reported. He estimated that at the present time 400,000 Jews were suffering from typhus in Poland and about 100,00 Jews in the Baltic countries. He attributed the rapid spread of the epidemics among Jews to the unsanitary facilities prevailing in all the ghettos. Even where anti-typhus serums are available, the Red Cross official said, their effectiveness is negated by the unbelievable living conditions in the ghettos. He disclosed that the Red Cross was handicapped in its attempt to check the epidemics by an acute shortage of medical supplies. In addition, Nazi authorities have seized most of the hospitals in the stricken areas for military purposes. He cited as another dangerous element the fact that the ghettos are so overcrowded that as many as 10 persons must share one room. Nazi authorities have persistently refused to alleviate this epidemic-breeding situation by permitting Jews to move outside the ghetto walls. SYNAGOGUE LIQUIDATIONS ANNOUNCED BY CROATIA Zurich (WNS) — The Fascist puppet state of Croatia has announced the immediate liquidation of all synagogues and Jewish religious institutions, it was reported here. The large synagogue in Zagreb has already been destroyed, while all others will either be razed to the ground or converted into meeting places for Nazi party members. Funeral services for Rabbi Adolph Burger, 54, spiritual leader of Rodoph Sholom synagogue, Tampa, who died suddenly Sunday night after making a New York (WNS)—Publication of a new abridged prayer book for Jews in the armed forces of the United States, supplanting one which has been in use since the first world war, was announced this week by Dr. David de Sola Pool, chairman of the Committee on Religious Activities of the National Jewish Welfare Board. The new Prayer book, printed in English and Hebrew, was prepared by Dr. Pool jointly with Dr. Solomon B. Freehof of Pittsburgh and Dr. Eugene Kohn of New York. The Hebrew type in the book is a new face not previously used in this country. Fifty thousand copies were printed for the first edition. A copy of the prayer book is provided to each Jewish serviceman. RABBI ADOLPH BURGER talk at a Florida meeting of the Zionist organization in St. Petersburg, were held Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the synagogue. The body was sent to Uniontown, Pa., for burial. Active pallbearers were David Stein, M. G. Rosenberg, Simon Essrig, A. R. Berger, Joseph Wohl and A. Finkelstein. Honorary pallbearers were the Rev. Walter Metcalf, the Rev. John Branscomb, Chaplain Lieut. Clark, Mayor Chancey, Dr. V. M. Rosenthal, Adam Wolfson, Arthur B. Hale, Joseph Abramovitz, Roy Jenkins, Pat Whitaker, W. H. Farrar, S. Simovitz, Manuel Aronovitz, Dr. N. L. Marcus, Rabbi David Zielonka, Max Argintar, (CONTINUED ON PAOE 3) SENATOR BARKLEY BACKS CREATION OF JEWIS HARMY Cleveland (WNS)—Senator Alben W. Barkley, Majority Leader of the United States Senate, told the closing session of the National Conference for Palestine held here under the auspices of the United Palestine Appeal, that the fate of Palestine was linked with the defense of freedom and democracy in the United States. Calling it a "great cause beyond political lines and considerations," Senator Barkley declared that President Roosevelt had postponed his regular White House conference in order to allow him the opportunity to address the conference. The Senator endorsed the creation of a Jewish army to fight under its own standards and added that while Jws were eager to fight for democracy, "they prefer to fight under their own flag because it has been a symbol of human liberty and justice for 4,000 years." E CONGRATULATED ON SAFE RETURN London (WNS)—The board of deputies of British Jews was the first organization to congratulate Prime Minister Winston Churchill upon his safe return to England after his epoch-making visit to Washington. Prof. Selig Brodetsky, president of the board, sent a message to Mr. Churchill expressing British Jewry's support of the Washington pact concluded between the British prime minister and Mr. Roosevelt. Meanwhile, Prof. Brodetsky disclosed this week that he had received assurances from a high official of one of the United Nations that the crimes committed against the Jews by the Nazis would be remembered when the allied governments present Germany with a bill for adequate reparations. While he said that he could not divulge the identity of the high official or the government which he represents. Prof. Brodetsky said that he was confident that those guilty, of crimes against J Jews in the Axis territories would be punished along with those guilty of mistreatment of non-Jews. MOGEN DAVIDS FOR JEWS IN ITALY. EDITOR'S DEMAND Istanbul (WNS)—Fearing that anti-Semitism is losing its hold upon the Italian people despite intensive anti-Jewish campaigns, the Fascist editor Roberto Faranacci has demanded the introduction of "yellow mogen davids" for all Jews in Italy. Writing in the Italian newspaper "Regime Fascists," Faranacci, who holds in Italy the position equivalent to that of Julius Streicher in Germany, stated that all Jews should be compelled to wear the yellow arm-bands on their street clothing. It would serve as a constant reminder to the Italian people, the Fascist editor said, that the Jews are our national enemies. SERVICE DIVISION OF COUNCIL WILL MEET ON JAN. 27 Home and Communities Service Division of Dade County Defense Council will hold a meeting on January 27, at 10:30 a. m, at the Miami Woman's Club. Mrs. Helen Dean Dodderidge, of the U. S. Department of Agriculture, will speak on "Problems of Women in the War." Invitations have been sent to the defense chairmen of all women's organizations in the county to attend. Luther Chandler, chairman of the Agricultural Division of Dade County Defense Council, has a heavy schedule of speeches to P. T. A.'s and other large groups of women. His message is to housewives—"Buy Dade County Fruits and Vegetables." They are fresher: they are cheaper, and by insisting on home-grown produce women can relieve the strain on railroads and trucking lines, and help Dade County agriculturists. A very extensive "Buy Dade County" campaign is being carried on by the Council, with signs and posters in every grocery store, and in the newspapers and radio stations. The Civil Production Division has issued an appeal for noisemaking instruments — sirens or whistles capable of making a penetrating sound—to be used for air raid warnings. Owners should report them to Dade County Armory. N. W. 7th Ave. and 28th St., telephone 3-4339. The blackout proved that our warning methods were totally inadequate. Every community in the United States is trying anxiously to get sirens, and the manufacturers are swamped with orders. A warning system must be improvised. The health division wants old blankets, even though they are well worn, for First Aid stations. The blankets should be delivered to Home and Community Services Division. 707 Langford building. Miami, or to local defense headquarters throughout the county. CLASSIFICATION OF JEWISH REFUGEES AS "ANTI-NAZIS" London (WNS)—Lord Wedgwood, pro-Zionist British statesman who was recently elevated to the House of Lords, called upon the British Government this week to register all Jewish refugees in England as "anti-Nazis." He urged the Government to abandon its policy of classifying all refugees by nationalities, suggesting that in the future that all aliens be classified as either anti-Nazis or pro-Nazis. In a letter to the "Daily Telegraph," Lord Wedgwood advocated also the establishment of a Jewish legion. Istanbul (WNS)—A Hungarian military court condemned to death four Jews charged with engaging in "pro-Russian activities and sabotage." The names of the four Jews, who were immediately executed, were not revealed. "INSURE YOUR TOMORROW" BY AIDING YOUR FEDERATION TODAY



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942 *Jewlstncrldllan PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach D R. SAMUEL BEN8I0N. RABBI 1538 Je*feron Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Marbach, held a most interesting Jewish Information Please program which was attended by a very large audience. Refreshments were served. Many new members joined the organization. Under the leadership of Mrs. Newman, Year Book chairman, Mrs. Ben Marbach, Mrs. M. Berman, Mrs. Joseph Rose, and Mrs. Helen Schoenfield, president, an active committee are assisting the Jewish Year Book and President Frankel's Dinner events to take place on February 22nd, Washington's birthday. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Service* This Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on the subject "Medical Healers and Spiritual Quacks." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the assistance of the Jewish Center choir, Miss Edith Freeman directing. In the morning on Saturday at 10 o'clock Rabbi Bension will preach on the Scriptural lesson. Children are particularly invited to attend the morning services A special children's Kiddush is served immediately following the services. Last Saturday morning Rabbi Spitz preached at the morning services and Samuel Friedland wasthe host at the Oneg Shabbat. Mr. Gershon led the Hebrew Prophetic Texts Class for adults. Federation at Center The Jewish Federation Campaign is quite in evidence at the Center. Last Friday night the service which was crowded to the doors and hundreds had to be turned away, Dr. Samuel Bension delivered a fervent plea in behalf of Federation, and he also introduced Mr. Bronston, the Federation president. The closing rally of the Federation campaign is scheduled to be held at the Center auditorium on Wednesday evening, January 28th at 8 o'clock when Dr. Bension will speak. Day J. Apte will preside and reports will be rendered by the chairmen of the several divisions. The members of the Jewish Center co-ed club will be the ushers. Jewish Center Forum The Jewish Center Forum made its initial appearance last Monday night with a very fine attendance of interested men and women who participated actively in the discussion which centered about the subject, 'Ts Israel Deemed the Jewish Post War Program?" Dr. Samuel Bension led the discussion. Next Monday evening the discussion leader will be Dr. Carl Press, formerly with the University of South California and a Ph.D. of Berlin University, who will speak on the subject. "Jewish History Repeats Itself." All men and women in the community are welcome. No admission cards are necessary. The Forums will be held weekly every Monday night. Sisterhood Open Nights The Sisterhood of the Miami Beach Jewish Center announces that it will open the entire building on Sunday nights for Community hospitality to men and women. Refreshments will be served and various games, whist, and bridge, mah jongg and all manner of diverse entertainment will be provided for. All men and women are urged to make the Jewish Center their social home for Sunday nights and to be the guests of the Sisterhood. Admission cards may be secured at the office mornings, afternoons and evenings at any hour. The hostess in charge is Mrs. Helen Freeman, assisted by Mrs. M. Berman, Mrs. Ben Marbach, and Mrs. Helen Schoenfield. Last Tuesday night "the Sisterhood under the leadership of the cultural chairman, Mrs. Ben CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 Service Schedule Daily Services 7 and 8 a. m. Evening services 5:30 p. m. Sabbath services 9 a. m. Congregation Gates of Prayer will hold its first service in its new home, 230 Lincoln Road, Friday evening at 5:20, which will be conducted by Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. The congregation, founded last year by a number of Jewish leaders in the community interested in the advancement of traditional Judaism in Miami Beach, will launch an interesting and constructive program of activities in connection with the institution. Rabbi Rackovsky, spiritual leader, was formerly rabbi of the Syracuse Orthodox Congregation, and has held many pulpits during a constructive career as spiritual leader. 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 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 of Mrs. Bertha Winston; Mendel Cromer, husband of Mrs. Florence Cromer. Yahrzeits: Joseph Lipsitz, father of Mrs. Elry Stone; Siege Koffler, mother of Mrs. Nathan Sperling; Johanna Schloss Frank, mother of Mrs. S. Merson; Rose Frank Lewis, sister of Mrs. S. Merson; Betty Hoffman, mother of Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan; Harry Goldman, father of Mrs. Leonard Jacobus; Rachel S. Kaufman, mother of Mrs. R. W. Apte and Mrs. Henry Gaggstetter; Moses Feder, father of Mrs. Samuel Katz; Yetta Kanter, mother of Harry Kanter; Abe Lewis, brother of Mrs. Albert L. Kahn. Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to eay. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Support Federation. Who will help if you don't. Give now! Help now! Act now! Support Federation. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION 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 S. W. Third Street Permanent Calendar Daily Services 7 :30 a.m. Evening Services 6:00 p.m. Saturday morning 8 :30 a.m. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Mrs. I.ouis Margulies Reporting for Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services. Cantor Henry Marbein, assisted by a mixed choir, will chant the services. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "War Nerves— Now or Never!" An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Morris Badartes in honor of their newly born granddaughter. Bar Mitxvah During the services this Saturday morning, Marvin, the son of Mrs. Mildred Rubinstein will become Bar Mitzvah. He will extend his greetings, and a cordial invitation to all worshipers to attend the reception which will follow immediately after the Benediction. In Memoriam The following names of beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming week, will be mentioned from the pulpit during the late services Friday night: Rav. Mordechai Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz; Yaakov, father of Norman Rossman; Rivkah, sister of Florence (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, January 23 at 8:15 o'clock Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject, "Attitudes in a Time of Crisis," being an address on a normal spiritual outlook, in abnormal times. The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israel choir, which includes Arturo di Filippi, tenor; Emory Krieger, baritone; Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto; Frances Tarboux, organist and directress. A reception for worshipers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, January 24 at 11 o'clock, congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. President's Birthday Friday evening, January 30th, members of the congregation and friends are urged to attend the service dedicated to prayers of thankfulness for the leadership of President Roosevelt, in honor of the national celebration of his birthday. Our members are also reminded to cooperate with the local committees for the President's birthday ball. Defense Projects Tuesday, all day, January 27, Temple Israel Red Cross sewing group, Mrs. Samuel Katz, chairman; given all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuesday morning, January 27, standard first aid course of the Red Cross, given at Temple Israel on Tuesday and Friday mornings, from 10 to 12 o'clock. Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, chairman. Tuesday morning, January 27, Dade County Defense Council canning project at 10 o'clock in Kaplan Hall. Federation Last week's Temple service was dedicated to the cause of Greater Miami Jewish Federation. We remind you again, however, to "Insure Your Tomorrow"—Wake Up and Give—to Greater Miami Jewish Federation, when the workers call upon you between now and January 28th. Board and Teachers' Meeting Temple Israel Religious School Board will meet on Wednesday evening, January 28, in Temple board room at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Morris Plant, chairman of the Religious School board, presiding. At 8:30 p. m. the teachers of the Religious School will meet in the board room. Rabbi Zwitman will discuss "Jewish Arbor Day" and "Brotherhood Week," both of which fall during the month of February, and the experiment in class-room lesson planning will be presented by Miss Mildred Rand. 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 Adler, mother of Mrs. F. Friedman; Abe W. Winston, husband TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon, "Judah P. Benjamin—Statesman of the South." Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood meeting, Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing for American Red Cross, British War Relief Society, and Bundles for Britain and U. S. Bluejackets, Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Temple Emanu-El is the only synagogue between Miami and Palm Beach. 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 2263 S. W. 21st Terrace Friday Night Forum Rabbi Mescheloff will speak this Friday night on the theme: "From Pharaoh to Hitler." Cantor Mamches will lead in the singing. To be assured of seats we recommend coming early. Service starts at 8:30 sharp; closes at 9:30 p. m. Bar Mitzva Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Djmal will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzva during our services this Saturday morning. Our Rabbi will address the boy after his Bar Mitzva speech. Siyum Massechess Rabbi Mescheloff will deliver a "Hadran" in celebration of the completion of a study of the Talmudic tract "Gittin" during Shalosh S'oodoss this Saturday at 5:45 p. m. Students of the Talmud are welcome. School News On our assembly program this week were Gladys Gewirts, Ada Mae Lurie, Dorothy Feit, Ruth Nestle, Joe Merlin, Ruth Godlin, Stephen Schoenberg, and Merna Schuman. JNF prizes were distributed to the following by Mrs. Freda Kalstein for distinction in JNF collections: Morton Rosenbaum, Sidney Naness, Howard Saperstein, Martin Biblowitz, Beverly Rubin, Rachel Pilmer, Beverly Steinberg, Leonard Berg, Pat Rubin, Franklin Schoenbaum, Philip Goldhagen, Rosalie Wheelof, Max Rosenthal, Helen Sasoon and Irving Heller. (CONTINUED ON PAOE 6) Pro Patria We are glad to bring further reports from the boys in the service. This week we greet Private Herert Jerome Cohen of Fort Clark, Texas, who was Rabbi Kellner's guest on the Jewish Radio Hour last Sunday. Sunday School A special Palestinian program is being prepared for Feb 1st which will be day before Chamisho Osor Bishvot. The Class VI of Mrs. Louis Katz will be in charge of the program. Guest Speaker Rabbi Solomon Guskind of the Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Meir Haroher of Brooklyn, N. Y., will occupy the pulpit this Sabbath morning and will speak on "Eternal Torah." Rabbi Kellner will speak in Yiddish in the afternoon at 4 o'clock. Congratulations We are pleased to congratulate and honor parents and families of the bar mitzvah boys who will be confirmed during the Sabbath morning services. Edgar Kaplan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kaplan, 1936 S. W. 7th St.; Prestn Silverman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman, 1687 S. W. 10th St., and Hilliard Spira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spiro of 1864 S. W. 14th Terrace. The parents of these boys take this means of extending a most cordial invitation to all of their friends to be present at these ceremonies. Rabbi Kellner will address the boys and bring to the families greetings from the synagogue. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with most profound grief the sudden and untimely death of Rabbi Adolph Burger of Congregation Rodeph Sholom, Tampa, Florida. The late Rabbi Olov Hasholom was well known and respected in local circles for his untiring devotion and sincere steadfastness in the battles for our traditions. May his memory ever be a blessing and an inspiration. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY CONSECRATION 5301 West Flagler Street Sunday. Feb. 15 at 2:30 p. m. Full Information Gladly Given Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Avenue Telephone 5-4781 and 5-4782 HEAR BETTER WITH EXCLUSIVE VACUUM TUBE FEATURES BAlANCED TONE RANGE INDIVIDUALLY FITTED NO DISTURBING DISTORTION flNCER-TIP CONTROL. NEAR OR DISTANT HEARING 209 Congress Building RADIOEAR



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PAGE 3E +Jemt& fkriJi3r FRIDAY, JANUARY 23. 1942 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Last week they reported ~ th riigruv success?uJ party ..eu Walburn Hotel • P. T. A. Meeting The Beth Jaeofe Re:.;.;-; : F T A v..:; meet M in the Community Budding Tickets for the P T A motion piCtUN ..: ..-.-; picture A r n Lincoln." ani starring Walter Hust n and Una M rkel will synag idit num Sunday February 15th Cantor's Concert Tickets for the cantor's annual : i held Sunday. February Bth = r; DOW sak ai :_r >ffk I %  %  It r %  %  %  .? ;:. outstanding program Mirraehi Palestine Night be celebrated by the ktiarr.: Bear-. Mizrschi by a Palestine freshments Sunday February l Building which will be especially cr::r;:vi for the event Hahaaoth For the benefit :: :-. synagogue pr ; %  : %  :: the twc Habanotfa chaplay and %  %  -' sdaFeb, h %  :•.-. is SIS.' • u ited :: th American Red Cross First Aid Unit Our First Aid Cnit lei the instruction : Miss Dorothy Diamond Mondays at 8:00 p m I: .; adults I • %  • :: sixty Congratulations Our s to Dr. and ?•'.-; M Slutsky the birth and britr. their first Mrs Slutsky r -: Mr and Mr; 5 Adlerblum May thej bring ._ • y ji.ii %  --.-..*. —'... _. Mara". TOT .•...„. u. • .f • .-. r •-'•-••Mrs S J Klein on th< tion ::' their golden wedding anthis Friday Welcome FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR 3* --=.. %  = — Thoa:;: Tfc newly elected fHabanoth .:' %  are M.;; 3 group Munara Feit president; Wolff vice president Sere: Bar* !" r •} ...T-.'.l-. Scouts IX %  : Scouts :. ; ~-~-rat r. for a uts and parents >n Wed! J : iiarv • %  to..owing an ..: most n cent tender! scouts Manly? 3 iman Ruth Sy %  -1 Xani ss Lillian Le> ens n Jean< tti I %  -•-r. : Hod an E atnci Licht and Nancy Schechter Our Maccabeans art asj witl defet .%  %  : %  thle'tic asare meetings Defem | "[ z Prtptrei "Job Lttleri" Manual BEFORE YO'J BVY LEON ELSIN METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because B;g;es: But—Biggest Because Best 2-S03S PHONE 5-131? Insure Your Tomorrow! Insure Your Tom rrow!" la tc the son and iaughter-in-law the slogan for the 1942 Federacame tc God tion campaign, now under way grant them all long life together [Certainly the work of the AntiYoung Judea Defamation League and similar Our Young Judea -i under :'r.-: ag--.-.::es -Ahose national treasur5ponscrship of M ; ; Ruth Moed ies receive allotment from the and Miss Frances Reiss Meetjoint drive may well be construed ings =rr held each Thursday a: "a; insurances agair.st certain inMer rs p is already in flu;r.ces thai would destroy us the twenties Th following fall ficers were insa: :.%  la;: r-a.-.ti-Semitic propaganda meeting: Bernard Milstein prescontinues a= pan of a well%  "• %  %  Norma Pat Rubin vice planned Nazi scheme to divide presic nt Mar ; % %  _."imar tecAmerica 1". r:\ustbecounterX Rub:. :: -..:. : ; ; : ugh a program of posi. r sergeant:;ve education and public rela'*'-* % % %  tions ".: was a noted Cr.r:;::ar. writer, Louis Bromfield. who said: "I a great deal of faith in the c ::.::. :. sense of ninety per cent th American people Give them the facts and they will see the truth for what it is." B.-:mf:eld easily might have! beer, expressing the philosophy 1 the ADL Our whole approach to the problem of antiSemitism for a quarter of a century has been exactly that As the Bible has it. "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free." Bui "..-• defense agencies intc Efers goes agout Bin* :•.: cent : the :^42 campaigr goal an nly part of the ance :t:: ; -v-:v: by the s: : > y.z : %  : g:a: Forty-sis ca! national and verseas causes an included They provide vaned %  — %  : _i :i..e: customer lost his : a moment Then ..: hi! words fell -. skull. %  th Gentile would %  Al TI colun writing. : reception that %  should he visit '•"••n: rtt Miami .The Ghost Walks Watch your daily papers for s of a local pen nality who %  ersive mark by tyith national Nazi gr up If • % %  story doesn't appear in prinl • -.here, part jf next weeks column will tell the tale of how the ghost of the White Front walked again in the fascist center of America. Wondering We wonder what the Klan will do now that Henry Ford once more has rejected anti-Semitism and has repudiated what was written in the Dearborn Independent under his name Will they still continue to reprint "The International Jew" with an introduction referring to Henry as the author? ... Or will the other 95 installments advertised locally never see the light of day. Gut shabbos! CONGREGATION BETH DAVID B'NAI B-RITH ORDERED WAR AGAINST THE AXIS POWERS Alexander A. Li*enghv. director of the Chicago Jewish Vocational 5e:>:ce. is the author %  "•:'•• recn ition :r.arGeneva (WNS>—President Roosevelt called upon Congress to declare war against the Axis powers upon direct orders from B'nai B'rith. the Nazi press charged this week. The Nazi newspaper "Bremen Nachrichten" referred to the American president as a "slave of warthirsty B'nai B'rith." At the same time, the Nazi press explained that the war in the Far East had been ordered by the British-Jewish family of David Sassoon. which, the Nazis said, wanted to safeguard "its important trade monopolies." (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) Markowitz; Hirsch. husband of Dora Leiberman; Raezel. mother of Mrs. Dora Cohen; Totef, i n memory of Joseph Aaronson; Le. ah Raeza. mother of H. RayvisYehudah Flvee. father of Louis Weinkle. Sisterhood Bulletin The Sisterhood will hold its gala 26th annual Pre-Purim Ball Sunday evening. February 22nd at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, general chairman, wishes to announce that she and her committee are working on plans for an outstanding evening of entertainment. Tickets are in readiness and can be obtained by calling Mrs. Cohen, 2-2193 or the office. 2-1473. Red Cross Classes It is most gratifying to see the continued increased attendance at our Red Cross sewing classes held at our Talmud Torah every Tuesday and Thursday. We are always happy to welcome new. comers. For information, please contact the office. 2-1473. Be glad its only money you >ked. Support Federation. IT LIKES YOU of a 2-r-pare manual on "Job acter building hospitals orphanLetter*", published this week by the B'nai B'rith Vocational Service Bureau as a guide to Je'*:h >:'-rz peopie in the preparation of letters of application when seeking emplo>ment. r ir\*, "" iI AM MICA* itwisn OINNEI* i,i ) KTdT^ IIC l4' -. J *' ;*.: to Gem The Jew %  --. %  VltSlL-POWSRED *•••• ••.. 0 ,„,( Cin,i B „rt A:r-cor.d:tioned. All-pullmar.: sect-.ons. bedrooms. corr.pa--.ents and drawing rocms. Buffet-lounge car. Dating cars. Coaches. Low ra:! fares. rr nc*rr ornct i?i t FUW st. SiAIOAID IAIIWAY •{* YOIK CENTRAL SYSTEM S0UTH£N tAllw-Y SYSTEM DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need ol Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Arenue PHONE 2-6141



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PAGE FOUR -JewisiiricrkMan FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1942 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 as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942 SHEVAT 5, 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 4 America In Action America is swinging into action. We're really beginning to clean house. While our armed forces crack down on the war front, the FBI heeds President Roosevelt's admonition that "we must guard against divisions among our selves and among all other United Nations. We must be particularly vigilant against racial discrimination in any of its ugly forms." In a number of cities, organizations whose anti-Semitic policies have festered like an ugly sore upon the united strength of our nation, are beginning to burn their membership lists and other documents in anticipation of momentary FBI raids. Although the New York Post, among others, has charged that the Fascists are still using the mails for anti-Jewish propaganda of the vilest sort, their existence becomes increasingly more difficult and hazardous. Their doom was sealed and their affiliations made more evident when the President lashed out against their activities. The activity destined for their extinction has had its effects. They have run off the street corners and out of the public places to hide in dark corners and confer secretly behind closed doors. Others have put on sweet guises and have ben heard to say weakly and with regretful intimation—Unity now. If these latter think that they can traverse the path of unity now and later down the road find a turning point, a little nook in which they can resume their old Hitlerite policies they are mistaken. For they will find what the President has warned Hitler of finding—"a unity of will and purpose against him which will persevere until the destruction of all his black designs upon the freedom and people of the world." New Jewish Diplomacy The entrance of the United States into the war must inevitably lead to a general shakei up in Jewish and Zionist diplomacy. It will : be a shake-up, however, decidedly in favor of Jewish aspirations, for it brings into the event1 ual peace conference, the assistance of a government sympathetic to the cause of Israel. The last war brought forth the historic Balfour Declaration. It may be that the present vtfii will bring forth an equally historic Roosevelt or perhaps Hull or Barkley declaration, for it is plain, that this time, the United States will make her voice felt equally with England in setting the mould of peace conditions of the world. In connection with this new orientation, it was interesting to note the words of Dr. Weizmann expressed in an article in Foreign Affairs this week. Dr. Weizmann pointed out that the war will have added two more to the Arab countries which have gained independence as the result of the war—Syria and Libya. The last war gave independence to many other Arab countries. The Arabs, Dr. Weizmann implies, should be satisfied, and should be clearly told that in the small Palestine area, Jews must be permitted completely unlimited immigration and Arabs who are displeased with this, must be assisted to emigrate to other portions of the vast chain of Arab states. Dr. Weizmann sees the possibility too of Palestine becoming a Jewish Dominion under the British flag. These are bold statements, coming from a man who in days gone by was often criticized by even fellow Zionists, as being too conservative. They are all the more impressive because these bold words are now being uttered by a man habituated to use words with discretion and reserve. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE&uct£y GottgldenUcd By PHINEAS J. BJRONANTI-SEMITIC WILL BE BY F.B.I. New York (WNS) — The Department of Justice was urged this week to invest \ • the activities of Boris Brasol, ardent pro-Nazi and violent anti-S i who once boasted that his books "'have done more harm to the Jews than ten pogroms." by The Hour, well-informed anti-Fasc:s: weekly. The publication charged that "for years Brasol has been collaborating with pro-Nazi White Russians. Japanese agents and native fifth columnists." His specialty." The Hour added, "is fomenting race hatred, and his accomplishments in this field have won him world-wide notoriety." According to the anti-Fascist weekly these are some of the activities of the Fascist propagandist, now residing in New York City: "One of the earliest of these was distributing in the United States translations of "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. This infamous forgery, purporting to reveal a vast Jewish conspiracy to create a world-wide dictatorship, had been used by the Czar's government to provoke anti-Semitic agitation and pogroms. By spreading the wretched canard of the Protocols in America, Brasol sought to rally support for the White Russians and to convince public opinion that the 'Red Revolution' was part of the 'international Jewish conspiracy.' Through Brasol's efforts the Protocols reached Henry Ford, who reprinted them in his Dearborn Independent. Brasol even managed to have a copy of the Protocols placed in the files of the U. S. Secret Service as an explanation of the Russian Revolution. "A prolific author himself. Brasol began writing books filled with anti-Semitic propaganda. The World at the Cross Roads, published in Boston in 1921, typifies the Jew-baiting literature which flowed so easily from his pen. The book contends that the Russian Revolution was instigated, financed and led by Jews: and describes the overthrow of the Czar and consequent international developments as a 'sinister movement in which the Jews of the world and Mr. Wilson have become partners.' "When Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany, the Russian Fascists throughout the world saw new hope for the overthrow of the Soviets. Der Fuehrer promised to smash the Bolsheviks, and the Russian White Guards took him at his word. In Harbin. Japan, the Russian Fascists organized an army to be placed at Hitler's disposal." ENTHUSIASM IS t 2,400 JEWISH ENTERPRISES PASS INTO "ARYAN HANDS" Geneva (WNS)—The Nazi controlled Rumanian press reported with satisfaction this week that ince the assumption to power of \ he violently anti-Semitic Pre' nier Ion Antonescu more than I 2.400 Jewish owned enterprises n Rumania have been confisated and turned over to "Aryan" nanagement. The prediction was made that j he year 1942 will see the confis%  ation of Jewish enterprises and .vealth on an even larger scale. ; The Rumanian press concluded with the assurance that the Jews would never again wield any influence in Rumania. Give, they need your help. SupportFederation. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) paign chairman, active Federation worker and a campaign vice chairman in the present drive, arrived in the city Tuesday after a ten-month's absence completing a 3.000 mile trip to participate in the campaign. He addressed the gathering briefly pledging his active support for the attainment of the quota. Other speakers at the meeting included Stanley C. Myers, who presided. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, campaign vice chairman, Benjamin E. Bronston, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the women's division and Morris Klass, executive director. Officers of Federation have pleaded to all workers to contact all those for whom they have cards as soon as possible. "The success of the drive depends on thorough coverage in addition to increased giving," Benjamin Bronston stated. "Our big gifts division has a big jot before it trying to secure large pledges. I am confident that thil division will come through but ii is also imperative that the other croups do likewise in order tc insure our success in this campaign." Remaining report meetings foi the balance of the campaign include luncheon, Friday, January 23rd. 12:15. Manning's Grill, 82b Biscayne Boulevard; luncheon Monday, January 26th, 12:15. same place: Wednesday evening. January 28th, 8:30, Miami Beach Jewish Center. YOU SHOULD KNOW Dudley Pelley, whose dream it is to become the American Goebbels, is now sponsoring a new magazine, called the Galilean, and published in de luxe format His latest issue featured the picture of Jerusalem on the cover, and in the editorial advocated the speedy elimination of the English, the Jews and the Bolshevists from decent international society Thus you see that the need for national unity in these critical times doesn't at all faze the well-known lunatic fringe From various sections of the country, indeed, come reports that "Christian Fronters" and other such groups, hell-bent on creating internal dissension in these United States, are growing virulent again Axis stooges, witting or unwitting, are playing a large part in this development Hope you haven't missed Henry Pringle's article, "Don't Believe a Word of It," in the January 17th Collier's ... It is a most convincing expose of the Nazi fifth column demoralization squads active in our country Have you seen that "newsreel" showing Nazi soldiers doing the Lambeth Walk? It's a product of British trick photography, and the funniest thing to land on the screen in many a year There's a street in an Alsatian city, reports a scribe, which the Nazis found named Rue de Sauvage (Savage Street) ... So by a simple process of translation they renamed it Hitlerstrasse. THAT RUSSIAN RUSH Dr. Frederich Wolf, the German playwright who wrote "Professor Mamlock" and "Sailors of Cattaro," and who has been living in Russia since the Nazis invaded his refuge in France, is credited with a propaganda stunt that is playing havoc with Nazi morale on the Eastern front Broadcasting in his perfect German from the Soviet capital. Dr. Wolfe presents what purports to be propaganda talks, and dwells on the consternation rampant among the Soviet command ... All their plans are going awry, he declares, because of the mildness of the winter so far It won't be till the real Russian winter sets in, with temperatures of 60 below zero, that the Red Army will be able to give the Germans a real fight, he adds And you can imagine how much of a consolation that is to the frostbitten Nazi troops Herry Hershfield reports the following bit of conversation, which his homing parrot brought back from a reconnaissance flight to the Russian front One German soldier says to a comrade: "Your hands are in terrible shape : : What on earth happened to them?" Whereupon the second Nazi replies "I was just trying to warm them on the passing shells". The Japs, adds Harry, are a surprise—they're lasting longer than their electric bulbs And another Broadway funny-man proposes a fitting title for the history of Hitler's Russian adventure: "Crimea and Punishment." THE BOOK SHELF A concise "Outline of Zionist History," by Lotta Levensohn, is the latest book to be brought out by the Scopus Publishing Company, which was founded in New York only a few years ago by Mordecai Newman, formerly of Palestine, and a brother of painter and lecturer Elias Newman Those of you who missed Douglas Miller's "You Can't Do Business with Hitler" at the time of its original publication last year, will be glad to know that you can now get the Pocket Book edition of this most illuminating expose of Nazi business methods From this volume, incidentally, we glean the following bit of Nazi anthropometry: If the points of your lower ear tips fail to come below the base of your nose, a taint of Semitic blood is indicated and if you want to know just how accurate this criterion is, measure some of your Jewish and non-Jewish friends ... We did, and found it just as unreliable as any other Nazi claim. LIVE AND LEARN Lucius Beebe, Manhattan's highest-hatted columnist, reveals that Beernard Sobel has presented hirn with a volume of selected Latin prose and verse, with explanatory footnotes in Greek and Hebrew Which reminds us that Henriette Herz, the famous hostess who used to entertain Goethe.in her salon, carried on an extensive correspondence in Hebrew cursive script with Alexander von Humboldt, the illustrious German natural1? explorer ... This is one of the items that struck us as particularly interesting as we thumbed through Volume V of fte Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, by the way... Another bit £?SM2?P Y T • m a Xi! 5 7? d in the same reference work is the SLt ft? Frede rick William.Herschel. the great astronomer, wSTL £*E2 f ;. a J 1Vmg Until he was %  forties ... It v t 0 un U af,er 5* discovery of the planet Uranus that he SSfiflSa? PP huu iY tp devote himself entirely to his sciS2SVl^A**S! SiSter Caroline Lucreaa !" *" Astrodome? H ^ P si,ion of a <*tant to England's Royal heSTn hi b M bem 9 he r bro,he '. whom she had been Ssma i tafaSK? ChG V • • T And as lon 9 as we %  •• *> be MUSICAL NOTES from B^rlm HV^I f Siegfried Landau Y*m refugee dStacuon • • • SSffSHiW hea u dway as a conductor of young Joseph_Hman eve n better than his father was at that of g radios ntuX^one s S? fe? Sh re n her rating of 600 radio •*& *T2^£{* H^ESfc *f timely title of bandleader Ah* T, ^ e *• Axis ** The Victor people b? thai l Y ma ^ latest Victor recording, "or people, by the way^are bringing out a popular al(CONTINUED ON PAOE 7)



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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942 vjewisti ftoridnan PAGE SEVEN HOSPITALITY AT TROPICAL PARK LAUDED BY GOVERNOR Florida racing in general and Tropical Park in particular drew i strong endorsement from Spessard L. Holland, Chief Executive of the state, in a letter to the Gables Racing Association, exDressing his appreciation and personal thanks for the hospitality which greeted Southern Governors on the day set aside for their reception. "I sincerely hope that the first half of the racing season has been at least reasonably successful and that the last half may prove vastly more so. I assure you that it is a distinct pleasure to m c to see the high plane on which you are conducting the operations at Tropical Park and I particularly appreciate the cooperative way in which you have accepted the new legal set-up affecting the pari-mutuels. No one will be happier than I to see you make an outstanding success of your investment in Tropical Park." COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL WANTS READING MATTER Dade County Defense Council is sponsoring a Liberty Book Drive to collect reading material for men in the service. Any type of book will be welce-mje. Please help answer this call to provide reading matter for our soldiers by depositing your discarded books at your nearest fire station JUNIOR HADASSAH by ROSALYN KLEIN Calling all mah jongg players! Calling all card players! Report to the Wofford Hotel, 2400 Ocean Drive, on Monday evening, January 26th at 8:30 o'clock. Junior Hadassah is sponsoring its annual card party for the benefit of its five projects: Youth Aliyah, Jewish National Fund, Henrietta Szold School of Nursing, Pardess Anna and Meier Shfeyah. Tickets are 75c per person including tax. Refreshments will be served and door prizes awarded. The public is cordially invited to attend. Tickets may be purchased from any member or at the door. Miss Sylvia Geringer is chairman assisted by Mrs. Mildred Friedman, Miss Abbie Cohen, Miss Bette Sir, Miss Lillian Cohen, Miss Hana Mack, Mrs. Rochelle Sherman, Miss Shirley Meyers and Miss Belle Tannen. IN THE LETTER BOX January 19, 1942 An open letter to Rabbi Shapiro: My dear Rabbi: From your pulpit Friday night, January 16, you asked whether the people come to synagogue more now on account of the war. And in the auditorium after services you remarked that when you see the Spectors at services it is a sign of a simeche, a celebration. Rabbi, I am writing .this letter because I believe that my answer is also the answer of thousands like myself. To your question I say yes. We do get more religiously inclined. We don't appreciate our health until we are sick. We don't protect our homes until our neighbor is robbed and we don't appreciate the calm until we are hit by a storm. And in all such cases regardless of what we are or who we are we become religious in our hearts and begin to seek solace for our souls, in the only thing we know and that is our Almighty God in our temples of worship. As to your remarks I also say yes, Rabbi. We are rejoicing with our friends at a bar mitzvah. And it is a simcho. when our friends celebrate an anniversary and it is a simche to come to hear an appeal for funds | for the Federation or any other charity. Because it is a simche to be a human being and its is doubly a simche to be a citizen and live in this glorious country under our flag of the stars and stripes and to have the privilege of assembly where we can get together for the benefit of the unfortunate that are enslaved and robbed of everything a human being is entitled to. Yes, it is a simche to be able to help and an honor and a privilege to give our fortunes, our sons and our very lives for the protection of our land and the freedom for which it stands and fights for itself and for the deliberation of all oppressed and for the deliverance of all mankind. (Signed) Samuel J. Spector CANTOR ZEBULON KWARTIN Cantor Zebulon Kwartin, regarded as the world's most prominent cantor who is wintering at Miami Beach will make his first and only appearance in Miami at the Miami Beach Jewish Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach next weekend. On Saturday morning, January 31st, he will officiate at the Sabbath I services, and on Sunday evening, | February 1st, he will render a i grand concert. He will be assisted on the piano by Cantor Samuel Mekeler of The Grossinger Hotel. Other participating artists will be Miss Edith Freeman, music director of the Center and a graduate of The Julliard School of Music, who will give piano solos, and the young violinist, Master Irving Leibson, who has made successful appearances on the concert stage. Admission cards may be secured at the Center office. CHURCHILL STATEMENT ON JEWISH ARMY IS PUBLISHED New York (WNS)—The establishment of a Jewish Army in Palestine is apparently a closed affair at least temporarily, as far as the British Government is conletter sent to the New Zionist cerned. This was evident in a Organization by Sir Anthony Rumbold of the British Embassy in Washington. Writing in behalf of Prime Minister Churchill, to whom the N. Z. O. had addressed a communication during his stay in Washington, Sir Anthony stated: "Your message raises the question of the recruitment of Jews for military service. You will be aware that certain proposals which were under consideration had to be dropped because the necessary equipment was not available. "But this does not mean that there is no opportunity for the Jews to serve; on the contrary an active recruiting campaign is being conducted by the Jewish Agency among the Jews in Palestine, the results of which are awaited with interest. The entry of the United States into the war will of course also provide American Jews with the [possibility of serving the common cause in the armed forces of the United States, and Mr. Churchill is confident that they will do so with courage and determination." PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. M. Sheir and Mrs. Sellis were hostesses at a card party Sunday night at Scher Memorial Hall. Billie Greenstein, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, is ill at Good Samaritan Hospital. Rev. and Mrs. Kaufman of Fleischmanns, N. Y., have arrived in the city for the season. Mrs. Sam Duke and daughter, Lillian, of Chicago, have arrived in the city. Herman Held, son of Mrs. Pearl Held, has been named as second alternate to the U. S. Naval Academy. Funeral services for Charles M. Oppenheimer, 523 33rd St., were held Tuesday afternoon. Rabbi Manuel Greenstein officiated. Burial took place in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Oppenheimer died Sunday at a local hospital. Survivors include his wife, Rita, two sons, Herbert and Charles, jr., and two sisters who reside in New York. For life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Support Federation. Washington, D. C.:—A nationwide defense resources survey to estimate the manpower, resources and ability to serve the nation among the 13,000 members of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization, is now under way. Give to the Federation Campaign that is now in progress. Chicago:—Three thousand soldiers from nearby Army camps were entertained by the B'nai B'rith Women of District 6 at local service centers. The women prepared and served all the refreshments. Pittsburgh: — Two Pittsburgh companies of the Pennsylvania Defense Corps have been equipped with woolen stockings and gloves by Pittsburgh B'nai B'rith Lodge. NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN 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 We cannot forsake others. 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 Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, was pleased to cooperate with the immigration and education program for the foreign born by participating in the Institute and mass meeting of the National Citizenship Education program, held in Bayfront Park, Monday, January 19th. Miss Bess Spanner, executive director of Council, and Mrs. Monte Selig, president, took part in the program. B'nai B'rith and other agencies doing related work in the community were also represented. Rabbi Colman Zwitman delivered the benediction at the meeting. I MY CUSTOMERS' FAVORITE! HEINZ KOSHER BAKED BEANS They are Really Baked NOT Boiled ... Flavored with Delicious Tomato Sauce! It takes flavor to win favor. That's why the shelves of every Kosher delicatessen and every grocery store in town are lined with the familiar green-labelled cans of Heinz Vegetarian Beans. Hot, dry ovens give these beans a crunchy tastiness. KOSHER and PAREVE! The Seal of approval of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America is on the label. ONE OF THE HEINZ VARIETIES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of ANCHOR LAUNDRY AND CMCANEKS. Intends to register the said 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. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of )ade County, Florida. ALFRED GOTTESMAN 12/26 1/2-9-16-23 NERVOUS TENSION Shows fat both face and manner You are not fit company for yourself or anyone else when you are Tense, Nervous, "Keyed-up". Don't miss out on your share of good times. The next time overtaxed nerves make you Wakeful. Restless, Irritable, try the soothing effect of DB. MILES NEK VINE Dr. Miles Nervine Is • scientific formula compounded under the supervision of skilled chemists In one of America's most modern laboratories. Why .Wn't yon try Kt Bead fell direction* In peekace. Ai your Drat Store DR. MILES NERVIN E NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of REISMAN WHOLESALE UUTCHICItS. intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida ICI.YE 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 LEFROY JEWELRY STORE at 168 K. KUigler St., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. g EISENB ERG 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of GOODE I'll-: 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 engage In business under the fictitious name or COLLINS PARK HOTEL. Intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JO NAS GREENWALD DAVID ROSNER 1/16-23-30 4/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desire to engage In business under the fictitious name ot ICVVERGLADES NOVELTY CO. (not Inc.) and intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In Dade County, Florida. ESTHER H. BLUMENFELD LENA C. GOLDMAN LILLIAN S. HOFFMAN MINNIE H. LESNICK HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicants 1/23-30 2/6-13-20



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^aWMMMHn PAGE EIGHT +Jewlstfk>ricf&n FRIDAY. JANUARY 23. 1943 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ THE "Y" IN DEFENSE Red Cross First Aid Over two hundred people have registered for classes in Red Cross First Aid. Mrs. Essie Schaffer. the instructor, will begin classes on Monday morning. January 26. Because of the enormous registration, more classes have been organized. They will take place as follows: Morning classes. Monday. Afternoon classes. Wednesday. Evening classes, Monday. Tuesday and Thursday. There are but a few more vacancies and no one will be admitted to class after Monday. Dances tor Serricemen The next in a series of dances for service men will be held at the "Y" on Saturday evc:v.:-.g January 24. A:-, elaborate program has been prepared by Mrs Harry Hacker, hostess-in-chiet and Maurice Grossrr.ar.. executive director. Herman Waitsman will show m vies of the pn vi 11a dance. Through the courtesy -: Molka Reich, a floor show will be given. A buffet supper will AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln RoaS Bldg. Miami Beach F.onda i be served. The orchestra will be furnished by the W. P. A. music project. Once more we are compelled : to state that these dances are given for the benefit and pleasure of service men exclusively. No civilians are admitted. Only hostesses who have been officially invited will be admitted and all girls over 18 years of age who have received admission cards from the "Y" office can be admitted. These rules have been formulated by the United States Defense Council and must be strictly followed. Any young lady over 18 years of age who wishes to be invited may receive an admission card by communicating with the Y. M. H. A. office. Any lady who wishes to be a hostess may do so by contacting the office. They will receive admission cards. Salvage Mrs Harry Hacker, chairman of the Y. W. H. A. Defense Committee, requests that all persons who have old paper and magazines turn them over to the "Y." These articles will be sold and the proceeds used for the U. S. O. dances on Saturday night. If you have any old paper and magazines, please communicate with the "Y" office. Social Hygiene Day February 4 Appealing for the cooperation of industry and labor in the campaign to wipe out syphilis and gonorrhea, the American Social Hygiene Association has designated Wednesday. February 4 as National Social Hygiene Day. The Y. M. H. A. has been observing this event annually. Dr. Stanley Frehhng has been designated chairman of this affair and is planning a very elaborate program for that day. In an interview with Dr. Frehling, he stated. "The prevention of venereal disease is America's greatest health problem in peacetime, but in time of war and of industrial and military mobilization, the problem becomes much greater. Syphilis and gonorrhea are high on the list of causes of lost man power to industry and loss of health ar.d happiness to workers and their families." The name 1 the guest speaker and furth'.. • will be givi:~. in subsequent c lumns. Y. M. H. A. Naturalization Class Leads State A: a conference held la?: %  '. %  :.day in the Sunshine Room of the F. rida Power & Light Co., the National Citizenship Edu .Program, sponsored by the Immigration and Naturalization S :vice and the State Depar-.-er. :! 1 Education, it was brought gut that ir. the sta-.-. :'. Florida in the oast year twenty three hundred persons became naturalized izens. Out of t.-.ese twenty '.r.ze-i hundred persons, two hundred sixtv were students of Mrs. Christine" Palmer, the Naturalization teacher in the Y. M. H. A. Dr. Rav V. Sowers, dean of Southern College and director of the State Naturalization Service, said that this was the largest number of citizens from any particular city. The Y. M. H. A. feels proud of this record. It was further brought out that every PUP' 1 of Mrs Palmer's who applied for citizenship was granted the same. This is another sen-ice that the *'Y" renders to the community. Alien Registration Maurice Grossman, executive director, has received a memorandum from Earl G. Harrison, special assistant to the attorney general, in which social service agencies have been asked to cooperate with the department of justice in the new alien registration that will take place between February 9 and 28. Mr. Harrison in his letter says as follows: "Your agencies can do a great service in helping to conduct this new program intelligently. As established by the Alien Registration experience, it will fall largely to the social agencies to see that non-citizens affected by the new regulations understand the situation and obligations." In Mr. Grossman's reply to Mr. Harrison, he stated that the Y. M. H. A. has previously cooperated in the last alien registration and that we will be pleased to be of service again. Facilities and personnel for this matter are available at the Y. M. H. A. Y. W. H. A. Card Party Feb. 15 The Y. W. H. A. will give a Valentine card party on Sundav. February 15 at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms. Cards and bingo will be the feature of the eve-. ning. More details later. Mrs. Pearl Reisman is chairman of the affair. THE ROYAL PALM WILL BE FEATURE EVENT SATURDAY With three of its season's feature events already in the record books, Biscayne Kennel club fans are looking forward with great interest to the fourth big event. The Royal Palm, which will be run Saturday night. Both attendance and mutucl play at the northsidc oval has increased nightly since the track s opening January 6. More than S25.000.00 was spent on improve, ments to the plant by Joe H. Adams, general manager. Outstanding among the improvements are the new theatre marquee entrance, streamlined and heated mutuels concourse, the installation of the only American Totalisator on any dog track, and the reduction of the racing strip to a Futurity course distance, making it the only greyhound track in America that is a Futurity track. Twelve races are presented nightly excepting Sundays. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON THAT'S WHY TAM-TAM IS ALWAYS OVEN FRESH, CRISP, AND GOLDEN... YT>Uf 0tMUKaae today THE PERFECT CRACKER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) bum featuring Henry Levine and his "Strictly from Dixie" radio group And from the Victor Record Review we learn that Ar. nold Schoenberg's cantata "Gurre-lieder" was the musical work which gave impetus to the revival of recorded classical music in recent years. ABOUT PEOPLE Alfred Crown, the young Ohiian who has spent the past few months in South America for Nelson Rockefeller's committee furthering Pan-American relations, is back in this country re. porting on his experiences in the lands of our Good Neighbors .. Take your hats off to 13-year-old Stanley Margolin of Queens, New York who. with his body encased in a plaster cast because of a hip injury, not only is keeping up with his school work, but gives his spare time to the Red Cross, winding wool into balls for the volunteer knitters Mrs. Samuel Goldwyn, wife of the movie sycoon and one of Hollywood's handsomest women, wears a navy uniform now, and has achieved official rating at a "third class storekeeper and pharmacist's assistant" This because of her work in operating a canteen for the Navy and Coast Guard Felicitations to the one and only Molly Picon on her completion of five years as "Nancy of Delancey" on the radio .. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 23, 1942 *Jewist Fkridfifin PAGE THREE KING'S.. zfitfaAt KOMMENTS SUil The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Seek and ye shall find Tis time you to remind Be it evil or good Think it over they should For, my people, they say Yes, even those that pray If you dig that grave Be careful you knave That slip you do not Ere in the grave you rot King knows two wrongs Makes right no one for long Yes, even now and here They do their best to smear Be careful that from that fire Not to fall in muck and mire. MOURNS LOSS OF RELIGIOUS LEADER King must still withhold Komment on two bitf of diplomacy the patt week both masterpieces but in opposite directions and as soon as one boomerangs the other will gain impetus King promises disclosure soon. gether with one of his ranking officers had a new program for the order worked out but the system didn't consistently work so it was disgustingly put aside as the sure thing. King thinks it wonderful that trips can be taken at a time when it would be much nicer to be on the scene the messy scene Unexplainable is the action of our boys on the new hospital situatiton on the Beach and the trouble they are going to placing obstacles in its path It was a misinterpretation of remarks with regard to the finances of an institution locally and its needs, that caused a flurry of words last week The reply was a little too scathing King was told. King hears that the charter for the 41st St. synagogue on The Beach has been drawn and will be presented to the court the e-irly part of next week for granting. King has learned that a clique is an essential part of an organization beware of too many essentials in one body. And the old Willkie headquarters has been turned into a synagogue ... an uplifting at that and Miami Beach has another shul even though in the embryo stage. The head of one group toComes word of a new and o pretentious funeral parlor in our fair city for our folk local set up. A new board member of an old group has already a few chips to let fly at the board to one of its consistency. More attorneys will be found in the courtrooms listening to the few busy ones try a case than in their offices. Quite a few would do well to help Federation during the slow period. IIAIIE FEMKAL r / c MBA Ml 45 OF MIAMI NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 I. 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 and Loan Insurance Corporation (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jacob Buchman, Fred Perlman, Adolph Katz, Judge Sandier. Isidor Wohl, A. S. Finman, H. Elozory, Louis Gordon, Ben Haimovitz, Manuel Katz, Ben J. Finman, Robert Kasriel, M. Henry Cohen, Rabbi Morrie A. Skop, Rabbi A. S. Kleinfield, and Rabbi WHlner. The Rev. Charles Adams, Ernest Maas, Julius Maas, Leo Gottseigen, Frank O'Berry, H. G. Turner, Sam Feinberg. Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan represented the Florida Rabbinical Association. Rabbi Burger was stricken shortly after he left the speakers' rostrum at a St. Petersburg synagogue and a physician said he had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. He was born in Zozma, CzechoSlovagia, and attended theological colleges there and in Hungary before coming to the United States. He went to Dropsie college in Philadelphia, and Drake university, in Des Moines. Iowa. Going to Tampa more than 14 years ago, Rabbi Burger became active in religious and civic affairs in that city and throughout the state. He was a director of the Y. M. H. A., a member of the John Darling Lodge of Masons, president of the Zionist organization of the Tampa district, vice president of the Florida Rabbinical Association, chairman of the Tampa library board, and an honorary member of B'nai B'rith. The public library was closed Tuesday morning from 10:30 to 12 that night in respect. Rabbi Burger is survived by two brothers, Paul Burger of Carmechiel, Pa., and Dr. Jacob Burger of New York, four sisters, Mrs. Herminia Adler of New York, and three sisters in Europe, also a sister-in-law, Mrs. Dave Burger, of Uniontown. The following resolution was adopted by the Florida Rabbinical Association: "Whoso honors the Torah will himself be honored."—Rabbi Jose in the Mishnah. The sudden death of Rabbi Adolph Burger of Congregation Rodeph Shalom of Tampa, Florida, shocked Jewish communities throughout the State of Florida. Rabbi Burger was a respected member of the Florida Rabbinical Association and was chairman of the committee of arbitration. His intense love for Jewish tradition and Jewish music was made manifest at every Jewish gathering. His keen mind and his open heart were admired by all of his colleagues in the Florida Rabbinate Like the name of his Congregation in Tampa (which he served some eighteen years) Rabbi Burger was a true "Rodeph Shalom." Wherever a Congregation was having difficulties or wherever he heard of a fellow Rabbi needing advice in some congregational dispute, Rabbi Burger "pursued peace" and honored the injunction of Rabbi Jose by always honoring the teachings of the Torah. He had a high regard for Jewish scholarship and was a lover of Talmudic lore. He was a lover of the finest in Jewish custom and ritual and often urged the re-interpretation of some Jewish traditional ceremonial to have meaning for Jewish youth of today. He was active in every convention of the Florida Rabbinical Association; member of B'nai B'rith, Tampa Zionist District. 32nd degree Mason, member of Tampa Library Board, and various educational societies. The Florida Rabbinical Association expresses its deepest sympathy with Congregation Rodeph Shalom of Tampa and to all who loved, honor and will ever cherish the memory of Rabbi Adolph Burger. Zecher Zadik Livrocho. This week finds many of our Brethren engaged in the Federation drive. It is with pride that we point out that practically all leaders of the Federation drive are members of B'nai B'rith, thus continuing its policy of providing leadership for the Jewish community of Miami. We know that with such leadership the drive cannot fail. Last Monday, the 19th, over 100 brave souls fought a drizzling rain to attend an Americanization program in Bayfront Park. The bulk of the audience was composed of various classes of foreign born now studying to prepare themselves for citizenship. Dean William Russell of Columbia University, the new director of the National Citizenship Educational program, was the principal speaker. Dean Russell drew a vivid comparison between the Nazi dominated life and the American way of life. We are pleased to report that the B'nai B'rith Americanization committee, under the chairmanship of Brother Nat Roth and with the help of Brother Burney Roth, played an important part in this program. A delegation of members planned to motor to Sarasota in order to attend the unveiling of a marker in honor of Judah P. Benjamin, Jewish Confederate secretary of state, on Thursday. January 22nd. This event is sponsored by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. However, orchids are due Brother Bill Boxerman and Brother Harry Simonhoff for the very fine publicity relative to this event. Editorial articles have appeared not only in the local Herald and News, but in other newspapers throughout Florida and the south which have publicized this occasion. The Anti-Defamation Committee, particularly, should be congratulated on their fine work in spreading mutual feelings of good will because of this occasion. Following the stirring address of Frank Malone of the Dade County Defense Council at the last meeting, President Burney Roth announced plans for the formation of motorized units of 200 B'nai B'rith members. However more manpower is needed. It is your duty as a citizen an;i a Ben B'rith to volunteer your services. Air raid wardens, fire wardens, minute men, are all needed. Among the women, office help, spotters, air filter center personnel, are needed badly. According to reports, sale of the tickets for the William L. Shirer affair are progressing nicely. We suggest that you get your tickets early as they are moving fast. Brother Al Pallot advises that plajis are progressing for a smoker, to be held very shortly. Further details will be announced as soon as final arrangements have been made. Each member will be notified time and place of this affair sponsored by the entertainment committee. In this issue, we have reported some of the multiple activities of our local lodge—Federation. Anti-Defamation work. Americanization. Civilian Defense—all sum up B'nai B'rith's energetic, constructive service to the community during the present crisis. Are you doing your part? Seattle. Wash.: — The B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at the University of Washington has been designated as an official civilian defense registration center on the University campus. flouh as much at 20% on yottr MONTHLY GAS MIX by using l£l IX %  Represeatatlve EXPLAIN THE ABVANTACBS AND ECONOMY OF AUTOMATIC CAS WATER HEATTNC >*fjF^B$5* Hollywood Ft Liudndili Mini Batch 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