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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 15No. 5
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
SOCIAL HYGIENE
DAYTOBELOCALLY
OBSERVED BY Y
Communities throughout the
country will hold a series of
meetings sponsored by the Amer-
ican Social Hygiene Association
citing the need for intensified
civilian activity to help stamp
out venereal diseases. This will
be the Sixth National Social Hy-
giene Day and will be observed
locally, Wednesday evening, Feb.
4th, 8:30 o'clock under the spon-
sorship of the Young Men's He-
brew Association at its clubrooms,
1567 South West 5th Street.
Dr. Stanley Frehling, chairman
of the affair said, "Today it is
plain truth that syphilis and gon-
orrhea are among the gravest
dangers which threaten national
fitness to carry on the war. The
theme of this year's observance
is "Keep America Strong, Help
Build Better Health Now." One
of the surest ways to keep Amer-
ica strong is to fight syphilis and
gonorrhea and their chief source
of spreadcommercialized pros-
titution. Every one in the com-
munity can help by joining in
the program for Social Hygiene
Day."
The guest speakers will be Dr.
Gilbert G. L. Dunnahoo, surgeon,
U. S. Public Health Station, Fish-
Island, and Dr. Lewis Cap-
NAZIS ORDER BERLIN JEWS
TO CLEAN STREETS AT NIGHT
Stockholm (WNS)The sight
of elderly, half-dressed Jews,
both men and women, cleaning
the streets of Berlin has aroused
so much sympathy that Nazi
authorities in the German capital
have ordered all Jews to report
for work henceforth during the
night, it was reported here
Despite the presence of Nazi
police and Gestapo agents, "Ar-
yan" Germans frequently stopped
to chat and encourage Jews com-
pelled to remove the snow in the
streets. Manifestations of sym-
pathy were particularly evident
on bitterly cold days.
er
land, noted authority on syphilis.
I
REFUSE POSITIONS
VACATED BY JEWS
London (WNS)Scores of high
university posts are vacant in
both occupied and unoccupied
France because of the tacit refus-
al of French professors and in-
structors to accept posts from
which Jewish professors have
been expelled in compliance with
Nazi orders, according to author-
itative Free French sources.
These sources said that French
professors have organized what
is tantamount to a boycott, refus-
ing to accept under any condi-
tions university positions form-
erly held by Jews. The boycott
is particularly effective in unoc-
cupied France where no amount
of persuasion by Vichy officials
has been able to sway the French
professors.
The boycott movement has
spread to French students. Free
French circles added, and at pres-
ent thousands of French "Aryan"
students are boycotting classes
where the Jewish professors and
lecturers have been replaced by
pro-Nazi Aryans."
TIME BOMB KILLS
THREE TEL AVIV
POLICE OFFICIALS
Tel Aviv (WNS)The aroused
community of this all-Jewish city
demanded speedy action against
those responsible for the time
bomb explosion last week which
took the lives of three police offi-
cials, including Deputy Superin-
tendent of Police Shlomo Shiff.
A special session of the Tel Aviv
Municipality was held this week
to discuss measures necessary to
prevent future acts of terrorism.
In addition to Superintendent
Shiff, who was killed instantly
by the exploding bomb. Police
Inspector G. Y. Turton and Con-
stable Nachum Goldman died
during the week of injuries sus-
tained at the time of the myster-
ious blast. The three police of-
ficers were buried with full po-
lice honors, with Palestine gov-
ernment representatives and Jew-
ish leaders in attendance.
Mayor Rokach described the
bombing as a "vile outrage" and
the Tel Aviv Municipality urged
the population to aid police offi-
cials in "uprooting this evil." The
Hebrew press joined in, condemn-
ing the act of terrorism.
OFFICIALS ARE
DISAPPOINTED
OVER CAMPAIGN
Although getting off to an en-
thusiastic start, the campaign re-
sults of the 1942 Greater Miami
Jewish Federation drive were
disappointing, Federation offi-
cials staled. Latest figures an-
nounced that Wednesday night's
gathering, scheduled to close the
campaign, showed $102, 244 had
been pledged, more than $20,000
less than was raised last year and
$57,000 shy of the campaign goal.
ANTI-SEMITIC CAMPAIGN IN
FRANCE SAID A FAILURE
FUND LEADERS ARE
CROSS WINNER DONATES
MEDALS T O COMMITTEE
DR. GLUECK NEW EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR OF U. A. H. C.
Cincinatti (W N S)Appoint-
ment of Dr. Nelson Glueck, noted
scholar and archaeologist, as ex-
ecutive director of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
has been announced here by Ad-
olph Rosenberg, chairman of the
board. Dr. Glueck will assume
his new duties on July 1st.
New York (W N S)Siegfried
Cussell, a Jewish sub-lieutenant
who fought for Germany from
1914 to 1918. winning the coveted
Iron Cross and two other medals,
this week donated his medals to
President Roosevelt's Birthday
Committee to be auctioned off to
the highest bidder.
Once a- prosperous business
man in Hamburg, now a refugee,
Mr. Cussell explained: "I hate
Hitler and I hate Fascism. I will
gladly fight against Germany if
they will take me. I will do any
kind of war work. I am an old
war horse and maybe I could be
useful."
The German Jewish world war
veteran came to this country, ac-
companied by his family and 92-
year-old mother, in 1938. He ex-
pects to become an American
citizen in the near future. Re-
cently, he wrote to President
Roosevelt:
"I thought that maybe my con-
tribution in the form of the de-
corations for bravery would find
somebody who would exchange
these medals for a nice tall check
to fill the chest of the Infantile
Paralysis Fund. I wanted to do
my share in stamping out this
terrible plague besides the small
contributions made already."
London (W N S)An official
memorandum submitted to Mar-
shal Petain by one of his closest
advisors disclosed that the Nazi-
inspired anti-Semitic campaign
in un-occupied France has failed
because of the great hesistance of
the French people, according to
authoritative Free French circles
here.
These circles, who came into j
possession of a copy of the official |
report, said that the anti-Jewish |
efforts of Nazi party members I
and a clique of French Quislings |
have made little impression on
the general population.
DEFENSE COUNCIL
TO HAVE EXHIBIT
ATREDLANDSFETE
DR. NACHUM GOLDMAN
Chairman Executive Committee
American Jewish Congress
The showing caused unanimous
action to be taken in the closing
rally to extend the campaign for
one week, a reworking of all
cards that need attention and a
definite effort that every pros-
pect be contacted.
Monday's luncheon was ad-
dressed by Mrs. Moses Epstein of
New York, past national presi-
dent of Hadassah (1937-1939) and
present national chairman of the
Youth commission of Hadassah.
the women's Zionist organization
of America. An especially gifted
speaker with a keen understand-
ing of contemporary Jewish prob-
lems, a rich background of his-
tory, Mrs. Epstein's vivid, dyna-
mic personality through her re-
marks stimulated interest in
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
TRUST FOUNDATION TAKES
OVER YIDDISH DAILY PAPER
New York (WNS) The Day,
New York Yiddish daily estab-
lished in 1914 by the late Herman
Bernstein, will henceforth appear
under the auspices of a public
trust foundation, it was an-
nounced this week by Louis Lip-
sky, president of the Eastern Life
Insurance Company, who will
head the foundation.
Associated with Mr. Lipsky as
vice president and managing di-
rector is Morris Margulies, for-
mer secretary of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America. Dr. Sam-
uel Margoshes, associated with
The Day for more than 20 years,
will continue as editor-in-chief.
Profits which may accrue from
the publication will be used for
Jewish public purposes, it was
announced.
While Mr. Lipsky and Mr. Mar-
gulies have been identified large-
ly with Jewish organizational
work in recent years, both are
former newspapermen.
"This is everybody's war! Ev-
ery man, woman and child in the
United States is in danger, and
everything we hold dear is at
stake. We MUST win. People
must forget 'Business as Usual'
and turn their entire strength
and energy to the business of
winning the war," was the state-
ment issued by the Dade County
Defense Council this week.
"Morale" means being ready to
face the worst possible disasters
one can imagine and to go all out
to win.
Already many people have had
their peace-time jobs wiped out.
Salesmen have nothing to sell
no cars or tires to take them to
their customers. Dairies, depart-
ment stores, bakeries, laundries
cannot make the deliveries which
customers have grown to expect,
because of the tire shortage.
The Red Cross, Dade County
Defense Council and the school
board have made plans to teach
people new jobs and new skills
which are useful to the war ef-
for The Red Cross teaching pro-
gram is well under way, and the
Vocational School is teaching
many trades. People who have
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
New York (WNS)More than
400 leaders of Jewish Federa-
tions, welfare funds and com-
munity councils throughout the
United States will gather at the
Drake Hotel in Chicago Saturday
night to attend the opening ses-
sion of the ninth annual general
assembly of the Council jjf Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds.
" Stanley C. Myers, past presi-
dent and chairman of the board
of directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, and Rab-
bi Max Shapiro, spiritual head of
Beth David Congregation and
member of the executive com-
mittee of Federation, will be the
official delegates from this city
to the assembly. Also attending
are Baron deHirsch Meyer, city
councilman of Miami Beach and
vice president of Federation, and
Sadye G. Rose, executive secre-
tary of the Jewish Welfare Bu-
reau.
Meeting for the first time
since the United States entered
the war. the representatives of
the Council's 219 member agen-
cies in 183 cities will discuss
methods of gearing their social
welfare programs to meet the
needs of the country's victory
program.
In a special pre-assembly mes-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
410 JEWS FREED
ZAGREB NOW COMPLETELY
TUDENREIN.' NAZIS REPORT
Istanbul (W N S)The nazi
press reported with obvious sat-
isfaction this week that as a re-
sult of concentrated anti-Jewish
campaigns the important city of
Zagreb, Yugoslavia, is now com-
pletely "judenrein." All syna-
gogues, Jewish institutions and
offices of Jewish organizations
have been taken over and con-
verted for pro-Nazi purposes, the
report added.
At the same time, the Nazi
press reported that the spread of
the typhus epidemic to the Nazi
puppet state of Croatia has made
it necessary for Nazi authorities
there to lift the ban on Jewish
doctors. Shortly after the Nazi
occupation, all Jewish doctors
were forbidden to treat non-Jew-
ish patients and only a small per-
centage of the Jewish physicians
was permitted to continue prac-
tice.
Faced with an acute shortage
of doctors, Nazi officials in Croa-
tia this week ordered the release
of all Jewish doctors from con-
centration camps and announced
that Jewish doctors will be mo-
bilized to help check the spread
of the dreaded epidemic.
BY SERB FIGHTERS
Istanbul (WNS) A thrilling
story of how a band of Serbian
guerilla fighters, commanded by
a Jewish officer formerly in the
Yugoslav army, released 410
Jews from a Nazi concentration
camp in occupied Yugoslavia was
described this week by a Serbian
refugee.
The guerilla fighters during the
night invaded the Nazi concentra-
tion camp for Jews near Dvernik,
Serbia, overpowered the Nazi
guards, and conveyed the Jewish
prisoners, many of them women
and children, to safety in terri-
tory now in control of the guer-
illas.
The refugee said that Yugoslav
Jews were playing an important
part in the guerilla warfare
against the Nazi forces of occu-
pation. Many of the bands are
led by Jewish officers. The Jew-
ish guerillas have resumed publi-
cation of their own Yiddish news-
paper, he reported.
PROFS. KALLEN, MICHAEL TO
HEAD NEW TRUSTEES BOARD
New York (WNS)Professor
Horace M. Kallen of the Depart-
ment of Philosophy and Psy-
chology of the New School for
Social Research and Jerome
Michael, professor of Law at Col-
umbia University, will head the
newly formed Board of Trustees
of the Institute of Jewish Affairs.



PAGE TWO
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1942
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Esther Shochet left -':
to visit ::; Atlanta Ga for sev-
eral weeks.
Doris M:'.'...r. daughter 0: Mr.
and Mrs. M. Miller, cel(
her 16th birthday at a party :.. Id
at her home recently.

M-.ss Sylvia Gordon ol New
Y rk is visiting for two
with her uncle and aunt, Ml
Mrs. Philip Berkowitz.

Mrs Victor Me::, formerly a
patienl at thi Jackson M
Hospital is now at
1 st ing b m a r nt ss

Mr and Mrs. Sa nel A Futer-
(as entertair at their
Tuesdaj ening in h< nor -1 the
birthday ol their son, Irwin.

Helen Son::: was hon< red at a
- .. sh *-er last Fri lay given
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ORGANIZATIONS
Ruth C Brotman has opened to succeed Mrs. Robert Travis ol
,U'_u ~1 studio at 1502 Atlanta as president of th.
Mr and Mr* Jacob H. Schiff announce the marriage of
fdaSter1.' Helen to Samuel Jack .Taylor .on1 of Mr and
Mrs. Morns Taylor which will take place Sunda} at ^.Ju at
the Miami Beach Jewish Center. ,. ht
Attending the bride and groom will be HaroldI Pont .best
man- Ruth Aronson. maid of honor; Norman Bernstein. Leon-
ardRosenblum. Irving Genet Sidney Stepkin. Sam Silver and
Philip Kaplan, ushers. Jerry Lake wi 1 render vocal selections.
A reception will be held following the ceremony. All
friends are invited. Following the reception, a dinner will be
held at the Evans Hotel for members of the family
After a honeymoon trip to Cuba the couple will reside on
Miami Beach.___________________________
Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern. 556
N. E. 57th Street, will entertain
at open house Monday evening
from 8 to 11 p. m. in honor of
their neice. Evelyn Auslander.
daughter of Mrs. C. Auslander.
upon her graduation from the
University of Miami.

While visiting their son and
daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Schindler. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Schindler. 5990 N. E. 5th
Court, will attend the graduation
of their son Roland, from the
colleges of business administra-
tion and law at the University of
Florida. During his stay at the
University of Florida. Mr.
Schindler as been active in de-
bating and dramatics and is a
member of the "F" club.
UNVEILINGS
Unveiling of a tombstone to
the memory of Mrs. Emma Kur-
man, wife of Isaac Kurman, will
take place Sunday at 2 p. m. at
Woodlawn cemetery. Friends of
the family are asked to be pre-
sent.
the
Southeastern Regional Hadassah.
The conference which selected
Columbia, S. C. as the scene of
the 1943 meeting also elected
Mrs. Leonard Moss of Jackson-
ville, secretary; Mrs. Ben Arnold
of Columbia, S, C recording sec
retary; Mrs. Louis J. Levitas of
Atlanta treasurer; Mrs. J. m.
Rosenfeld of Atlanta, auditor; and
Mrs. J. J. Hellman of Atlanta,
honorary president.

Following a tradition estab-
lished by them several years ago,
' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Mi-
ami Beach, proprietors of the
Victor Hotel, 12th and Ocean
Drive, are sponsoring a banquet
to be given Sunday, March 8th
for the benefit of the Hebrew Im-
migrant Aid Society in memory
of their son Victor. The entire
receipts of tickets and donations
will go to the HIAS Organiza-
tions. Arrangements are in the
hands of a special Tourists' Com-
mittee under the direction of Mr.
Bookspan, field representative
of the HIAS.

Mr. W. W. Eyster, Southern
district director of immigration
and naturalization, will speak at
the regular monthly meeting of
Miami Section. National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women, on Wed-
nesday, February 4th, 2 p. m, at
the Council House, 1427 N. E.
Bayshore Place, Miami. Mrs.
Monte Selig, president, and Mrs.
at-arms: Martin Horowitz, assist- Benjamin LeVine, chairman of
1 branch vocal studio
Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach.
An important* board meeting
of the B'nai B'rith Ladies Aux-
&ar7 will be held Tuesday
nighi at the home of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. 1712 Lenox Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach. All members are
urged to attend.
The Miami Chapter of A.Z.A.
will hold their installation ban-
quet Sunday evening. 8:30 at
the Terrace Restaurant. Miami
Beach. Irwin Berger is chair-
man of the committee in charge
of arrangements.
Miami Chapter of Masada. Zi-
onist Youth Group, will hold its
first annual carnival and dance
Sunday. February 15th at 8 p.
m. at Beth David Auditorium.
The feature of the evening will
be a dance contest.

Miami Chapter of Hadassah
will sponsor a dessert luncheon,
card and mah jongg party Mon-
day. February 23rd at the Ter-
race Restaurant. Miami Beach.
Reservations may be made by
calling Mrs. H. Platoff, 5-0163;
Mrs. Goodman. 5-2079; or Mrs.
George Goldberg. 3-2538.

Royal Palm Chapter of A.Z.A.
elected the following officers at
their last meeting. Albert Beer,
president; Donald Eannet. vice
president; Nathan Ratner, secre-
tary; Norman Rhinehart, chap-
lain; Leonard Wallach. sergeant-
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ant sergeant-at-arms; and Samuel
Spitz, publicity director.

Betty Lasky of Miami was
chosen to succeed Sarah Tonak
of Atlanta as Junior Hadassah
president at the regional meet-
ing held recently. The junior
group also chose Ruth Finman of
Tampa. Evelyn Silver of Colum-
bia. S. C. and Lillie Levy of
Charleston. S. C, vice presidents;
Eunice Davis of Jacksonville,
recording secretary; Rosalyn
Klein of Miami, corresponding
secretary and Hilda Kessler of
Atlanta, treasurer. Mrs. Sam
Weiss of Jacksonville was elected
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PAGE THREE
KING'S..
KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
'Tis a big job he's got
And responsibility a lot
He started out all right
Working with all his might
The structure with the loose ends
Has many a place he could mend
But this he must remember
That the whole will he dismember
If right nowhe doesn't vow
To till that gapshut that yap
That group needs that spark
For it to hit its mark
'Tis true 'tis not the only thing
But is one to which they cling
So if have it must they
You pres must find a way
It's a ticklish situation
Filled with much damnation
Because you're darned if you do or you don't
King challengeseither you will or you wont.
King was told and appropri-
ately to "He who runs
away lives to fight another
day" quite true quite
true .
Several Miamians are in for
quite a surprise King says ad-
visedly the heat they're ap-
plying might soon be wanning
their own seats.
The president of one of our
organizations with several
months of the term to go plans
a resignation shortly.
Third handed to King comes
the information that in the pres-
ent Federation drive, the cause
lost a lot of money when two
of the workers each offered a
rather sizeable contribution rath-
er than make the solicitation of
the cheap skate in one of the
suburbs And with relatives
active in the campaign The
result the pledge was much
less than the total the workers
offered and the party can
afford it.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff, 1130
S. W. 9th Street will be hosts at
a celebration for the Tarbuth
Hebrew Culture League to be
held Sunday, February 1st at
2:30 p. m. A chamisho osor bish-
vat celebration will be the theme.
The Hebrew author, Mr. A. Ep-
stein, will be among the guests.
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, presi-
dent of the league, will preside.
Members of the Miami commun-
ity interested in Hebrew culture
are cordially invited.
e e
Miss Esther Blankenberg will
review the book "Lawrence Tar-
row" written by Irvin Stone be-
bore the Spinoza Forum Satur-
day afternoon at 3:30 at 11th
Street between Collins Avenue
and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
Monday morning at 10:30 Ed-
ward Clarke of the University of
Miami will speak on the "Life
and Work of Brahms". Tues-
day evening at 8:15 Mrs. Lillian
Krieger Burton will review
Pierre Van Paassen's book, "That
Day Alone."

Sunday, February 1st, at 8:30
ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
p. m., the Ladies Auxiliary, Mi-
jongg party at the Talmud Torah
tion, will sponsor a card and mah
Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street,
commemorating the Feast of the
New Year of the Trees in Pales-
tine. Refreshments will be
served traditional to this holiday.
Mrs. L. Kleber is chairman of this
event and the proceeds will bene-
fit the Talmud Torah fund of the
organization.
IIAlHi FEIIEILVL
' OP MIAMI
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over $6,500,000
I. M. UPTON, President
For Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
DOUGLAS MILLER TO SPEAK
AT MIAMI EDISON FEB. 4TH
.INSUREDg
,V.
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
The inside story of Hitler and
Hitlerism, and how they affect
the American Businessman, will
be told here when the author of
"You Can't Do Business With
Hitler" speaks at the Miami Edi-
son High School, 8:30 p. m., Wed-
nesday, February 4th.
The speaker will be Douglas
Miller, for 15 years commercial
attache at the U. S. Embassy in
Berlin. His Miami lecture has
been arranged by the Pan-
American League for the benefit
of its scholarship, educational
and defense funds.
With special appeal to all busi-
nessmen, Miller's lecture will
describe Hitler's plans for divid-
ing the United States into small,
independent countries for com-
mercial profit. He will tell how
the Nazi barter system works
and how Nazi workers are frozen
to their jobs in a system no bet-
ter than feudal serfdom, accord-
ing to Mrs. Clark Stearns, presi-
dent of the Pan-American Lea-
gue.
Other highlights of Miller's
lecture will deal with the black-
mailing of American firms and
how private property has be-
come a meaningless phrase in
Germany today.
Thoroughly versed in a know-
ledge of Hitler and Hitlerism,
Miller has served with the U. S.
department of commerce as chief
of the Western European divi-
sion, and has done relief work in
Siberia.
Tickets are available in Miami
at the headquarters of the Lea-
gue, 649 Ingraham Building, and
at Cordelia's Book Shop, 34 S.
E. 1st Street, and in Miami Beach
at Morris Brothers and Double-
day Doran Book Shop.
I
B'nai B'rith
Notes
BY AL GREEN
Geneva (WNS)The Ruman-
ian government has taken steps
to erect ghettos for Jews in Rus-
sian cities now occupied jointly
by the Rumanian and Nazi
armies.
If you know any aliens,
please tell them to con-
tact Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish
Women, for information
on the new registration of
aliens of enemy national-
ities, which begins on
Feb. 9. Council House is
located at 1427 N. E. Bay-
shore Place, Miami.
GflLfl COIMT
I
SOPRANO
JULIUS IMS
COMPOSER
PIANIST
MONDAY, FEB. 2nd
MIAMI BEACH
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
AUDITORIUM
auspices
GREATER MIAMI
ZIONIST COUNCIL
proceeds
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
By SAM SILVER
Guest Columnist
It once again becomes my pleas-
ure to write the B'nai B'rith col-
umn. Our columnist, Brother Al
Green, is in Chicago attending a
"big butter and egg men's" con-
vention.
The current project of Sholem
Lodge is the presentation of Wil-
liam L. Shirer, noted author and
news analyst, on Saturday eve-
ning, February 21st, 1942, at 8:30
o'clock. Mr. Shirer will speak at
the Miami Edison High School
auditorium, 6101 North West
Second Avenue, on that evening.
Admissions are $2.20, tax includ-
ed, for reserved seats, and $1.65,
tax included, for general admis-
sion.
This affair is being given for
the sole benefit of the South
Florida Crippled Children's Hos-
pital. All of the net proceeds will
be donated to that institution.
The Crippled Children's Hospital
is something very near and dear
to our hearts and is a local pro-
ject, so let's get together and
make the Shirer affair a big suc-
cess.
Incidentally, Mr. Shirer is the
author of "Berlin Diary," which
was a best seller, and is a radio
news commentator for the Co-
lumbia Broadcasting System. He
is one of the keenest news ana-
lysts of the day, and will no doubt
tell us many things concerning
the war and world conditions
which we can not hear on the air
or read about in the papers. He
is definitely worth while hearing.
While I have this opportunity
as financial secretary of the
Lodge I wish to advise you that
dues for 1942 must be paid by
all brothers immediately. The
Lodge program for the year re-
quires more money than ever be-
fort because of the chaotic condi-
tions prevalent in the world to-
day, and B'nai B'rith must play
its part in this great struggle.
I understand that a goodly
number of the brothers registered
as "Minute Men" under the Na-
tional Defense Council, at the
Dade County Armory last week.
Congratulations, fellows. That
is the type of spirit we must dis-
play in this crisis.
I am sure that it will interest
you to know that the A. Z. A.
chapters have registered 100 per
cent for National Defense. Each
chapter recently elected excellent
officers for the coming year, and
B'nai B'rith wishes them a suc-
cessful year.
Tickets for the Shirer Affair
may be obtained at the office of
Brother Abe Aronovitz, chairman,
telephone 3-7769. Call early and
avoid the rush. Don't forget the
time and place: 8:30 p. m., Feb-
ruary 21st, at the Miami Edison
High School auditorium.
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBuy De-
fense Bonds and Stamps, and pay
your Lodge dues!
Information is being sought of
Rosalyn Girsch, or Gersch, who
has failed to communicate with
her parents, Nathan and Dora
Singer, living in New York, since
1940, as a result of which they
are anxious to learn of her
whereabouts. Mrs. Girsch, who
is believed to be in Florida with
her husband, Edward Girsch. was
born m New York City on March
5th, 1916. is 5 ft tall, weighs 135
pounds, has blonde hair, brown
eyes. Anyone aware of Mrs.
Girsch's location is requested to
communicate with the National
Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th
Street, New York City.
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
PEOPLE S^t^jf^^^SpCOMPAJVY
Hollyvnd Ft. llliiriili !! Hill
SERVING
FLOKIOAS FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DIN Mi
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VOLUME 15
NUMBER 5
DOUBLE DESTINY
Federation has felt a severe set-back when
after the first few days of its campaign an an-
alysis of contributions and the reports showed
a tendency for contributors and some of the
workers to take a pessimistic attitude and the
easiest way out. The conditions generally,
the season locally, the uncertainty every-
where, taxation, restrictions, all showing up
as the answers to decreased giving and in
some instances no giving at all. The record
will show that many understanding Miamians
did an all-out job planning in the precampaign
days and likewise working actively soliciting
during the drive. Many Miamians substantial-
ly increased their pledges for were it not for
that the total would not have passed the SI 00,-
000 mark at which it now stands. It is regrett-
ing that all of Miami could not have attended
the Federation mass meeting Wednesday
evening and heard a masterful address by the
able Jewish statesman, Dr. Nachum Goldman
of international repute. His record has proved
his ability these many years. Hearing him left
no doubt as to his first hand knowledge of the
world picture and the Jewish problem as it was
and as it is today. The message he brought
to Federation, one of the instruments through
which activities for the aiding and ultimate
solution of that problem, was inspiring. He
came here, though tied up with many matters
in the important statesmanship role he today is
playing, and brought to Federation and
through Federation to the Greater Miami Com-
munity a message full of facts which unless
realized by everyone can and will lead to no
other channel but downfall. That message
carried the imperative facts that there can be
no two destinies for the Jewish People or for the
American People. There can be no isolation-
ist policy which will say that the people of the
United States need not worry or care about
people of other hemispheres. There can be
no Democracy here and Dictatorships abroad
and both survive, independent of each other.
There can be no thought of forgetting or ignor-
ing the millions of our brethren abroad. I he
role of Palestine Jewry, self-supporting in itseu
but needing funds for expansion, is a major
one in the future voice of the Jewish people as
a people and in the future of the settling and
solution of the Jewish problems, was another
fact stressed.
Comparing the present situation to that ot
two armies at war with the United States JewTy
serving as the rear guard, as the reserve to
the front army, European Jewry who are under-
going and waging a grim battle of life and
death, Dr. Goldman stated that at this time
that front army has been rendered powerless
and useless. Speaking of its ability to fight
back and protect itself he said it is non-exist-
ent. With the front army wiped out the re-
serves must be called into the front line. Hesi-
tancy, a lack of willingness to enter the fray,
means defeat at the outset. Aid, cooperation,
leadership are all vital necessities that must
come from the reserves, now the front line.
These reserves are United States Jewry
Greater Miami Jewry. Meetings, drives, cam-
paigns are the instrumentalities which make
us the front line. Excuses and attitudes are to
no avail during an emergency which winning
means survival and losing complete extinction.
The campaign has been extended and as
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who followed the
speaker and asked for the extension, so aptly
said, it is imperative that we not talk about but
go out and do something about succeeding in
this drive. To the workers, though knowing
well their responsibility, they must continue
contacting those not seen. To the people of
Greater Miami, season or no season, condi-
tions good or bad, we will continue to live,
grow and expand. It is imperative that we
realize that we and our actions to Federation
are an important cog in the wheel rolling to
ultimate vicory for Jewry and all people. Do
your part. Do more than your share. Make
the Federation 1942 campaign successful.
E
TO UK
ATREDLANQSFtTE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
completed training courses there
are immediately employed in war
time industries.
The Defense Council will move
to the old Central School, where
class rooms and an auditorium
will be available. A program of
adult education has been planned,
and announcements of classes will
be published. Everyone in Dade
county should avail himself of
this opportunity to learn some-
thing helpful.
"Know how" is what will win
the war. Soldiers and sailors
must learn, and so must every
civilian. Without stenographers
and typists and switchboard oper-
ators there could be no war ef-
fort. The whole thing would bog
down, and precious time lost for-
ever. There must be many peo-
ple who cannot use their skills
because of home responsibility.
If experienced baby tenders took
over, they would be released for
service on a part-time basis. Right
new the Defense Council is ham-
pered in its work for want of
somebody to cut stencils.
There is a job for everybody.
Sa\ inj, paper and tin cans and
bottles is important. Serving
fruit for dessert instead of some-
thing that needs a lot of sugar
is important. Carrying your own
bundles when you shop helps
conserve rubber.
Buying Dade County produce
helps save the overloaded rail-1
ways and trucking lines. This |
campaign is on in full force and i
is showing very good results.
There has been a great deal of
newspaper and radio publicity. I
and posters have been distribut- .
ed to every grocery handling
green goods, urging customers to
buy Dade County produce.
Plans are being made for a
Dade County Defense Council
exhibit at the Redlands Festival
opening on Feb. 7. The exhibit
will be interesting and well pre-
sented.
A new March of Time. "When
the Air Raids Come," will open
in local theaters beginning on
Jan. 28. It has been reviewed
by members of the Council staff
and all who saw it agreed that
no more timely contribution to
informing the public could be
made. It deals with actual air
raid precaution measures as they
are practiced in England, and
makes understandable not only
the military defenses taken
against air raids, but also the civ-
ilian technique in combating that
menace. The film is a "must"
for every man, woman and child
in Dade County, and the March
of Time is to be congratulated
the Defense office stated.
TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tfMidty Qxm^niUxi
URGE INCLUSION
OF JEWISH STATE
London (WNS)A resolution
calling upon the United Nations
to include the establishment of a
Jewish State in Palestine among
their post-war programs was
adopted by more than 300 dele-
gates attending the 41st annual
conference of the British Zionist
Federation of Great Britain.
Another resolution urged
Great Britain to organize into a
Jewish Army all Jews who had
volunteered for service in Pales-
tine and the Middle East. The
resolutions expressed "the deep
conviction in the victory of the
United Nations over the dark
forces of tyranny and violence,"
and voiced the hope that the fu-
ture peace will solve the Jewish
problem "by providing a new
home for a larger number of
Jews."
The convention sent its greet-
ings to the Jews of the United
States and Soviet Russia "who
together with the Jews of the
New York (WNS)Nazi au-1 British Empire, Palestine and the
thorities are using spotted typhus I Allied countries are determined
_______________By PHINEAS J. BIRON--------------------------
OPEN LETTERS
Mr Churchill: No, we don't like your reply to the
u ^ ,nt Revision ss on the subject of the Jewish army .
head of the Hedonists America, that we have the
I, generously adv.sesu^ he J^
opportunity of serving in,\ sanction What Mr. Men-
Mr Churchill ^f dn^tdJa "a Jewish army of Palestinians
^rfyo7diSTnowbOU: Which reminds us that the New
yS Times published an entire editorial on-pardon us, against
Lie 'Stormy'' The joke being that nobody in all this
wide world has proposed a "Zionist Army ... Perhaps the
Times knows that, but "Jewish Army' is something the editors
of e Times do not even care to mention .And a note to Mr.
Harry Cohn of Columbia Pictures: For the first tune in many
years an American film is going to make a lot of money out-
side this hemisphere That film will be your Martin Eden
based on a story by Jack London And the country that Will
nay piles of dollarsno, we mean rublesfor it is Russia,
which considers Jack London a literary giant equal m stature
to Maxim Gorky.
SIGNS OF THE TIMES
The Nazis are said to be sending a lot of their wounded sol-
diers to Spain for convalescence Could it be with a view to
having a large army of perfectly healthy soldiers in France-
land before long? The war's all a matter of time, cracks
Harry Hershfield, with London's Big Ben pitted against the
Watch on the Rhine Charlie Chaplin is laughing hard these
days Over in Paris some Nazi officials went to considerable
trouble and expense to get a print of his "Great Dictator," which
they viewed at a private showing We're sorry the postal
laws dont permit our reporting their very vivid comments ... If
you're rich enouqh to have to pay a sizeable income tax this
year, we hope you have the good grace not to complain .
But if you can't be cheerful about it without outside help, try
reading Groucho Marx's learned tome entitled "Many Harpy
Returns," and go to see the new Donald Duck picture, which is
all about a little duckling paying his taxes .And while you
giggle at Donald's ducky antics, remember that Treasury Sec-
retary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., had some conferences about
laugh-getters for that picture with Walt Disney Demonstrat-
ing the principle that the last shall be first, the Fink Baking
Company of New York finds itself leading the field in the mod-
ernity of its means of transporting its bread and rolls over the
city's streets For, unlike most large baking firms, the Fink
company has remained faithful to the horse and wagon through
all these years And, with rubber priorities being what they
are, other bakers, not to mention butchers, and candlestick
makers, may soon have to follow the Fink example.
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Did you know that the reason why that famous Heine mon-
ument stands in the Bronx that back in 1897, when it was sculp-
tured in honor of the famous poet's centennary, the German
government refused to let it be placed in his native city, Dussel-
dorf? That in the last century one Senor Jorge Isaacs be-
came a famous novelist in our good neighbor Colombia? .. One
of his works is a classic of Colombian literature to this day .
And did you know that it was with Laurence Oliphant, the fam-
ous English author who had a plan for a Jewish colony in Pales-
tine, that Naphtali Herz Imber made his first trip to Eretz Israel?
It was to Oliphant that Imber later dediacted a book of He-
brew poems which included the "Hatikvah," famous Zionist
hymn All this information comes to you as a result of our
conscientious perusal of Volume Five of the Universl Jewish
Encyclopedia There, too, we learned that Sir Hermann Gol-
lancz was not only the first Jew to obtain the degree of Lit. D.
at London University, but also was the only rabbi ever to have
been elevated to the knighthood And that, incredible though
it may seem, the name "Isidor" is a relic of Egyptian paganism
and means "gift of Isis," and was not used by Jews until about
a hundred years ago, when it became popular among our co-
religionists in Germany as a substitute for Isaac And a fat lot
of good it did them, didn't it?
NAZIS 'USE" TYPHUS' TO KILL
JEWS, NBC REPORTER SAYS
to wipe out the Jews of Eastern
Europe, John McVane, London
reporter of the NBC, charged this
week. Mr. McVane pointed out
that ordinarily, the type of ty-
phus now prevalent in the War-
to carry on the struggle against
Nazi and Fascist tyranny and to
fight for freedom and justice
which would guarantee equality
for Jews the world over and a
national status for Jews in Pal-
saw Jewish ghetto is fatal in only I estine."
one out of six cases. However, the ; Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who is
MUSIC NOTES
Possibly you may know that the Andrews Sisters, though
Aryan achieved their first fame through their rendition of a
Yiddish song, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" ... But did you know
that one Lou Levy, who managed them through their lean days,
also has achieved affluence with them? Dinah Shore, Ten-
nessee s gift to the American ear, reveals that she changed her
name, originally Frances Rose Shore, after listening to an Ethel
Waters record of the song "Dinah" Dinah's newest Bluebird
records are something you'll like Have you made your
contribution to the President's March of Dimes? Irving Berlin,
you know, has written a special song for it, "The President's
Birthday Ball, and is donating half the record royalties he will
receive for it to the Warm Springs Infantile Paralysis Founda-
*n \i '. .v 0ther half goes to ,he Red CrM. fr Ae simple rea-
n?r?A*? 52 ^ 8ide of the record has another new Berlin
?inn 2 eCyr Written ,or Red CroM TaUcin9 d
E9^1? nUS, Whal theY're oying in Brooklyn about the
Nazi capital: Berlin is berluV while the Russians are rushin'.
if. ABOUT PEOPLE
D a secret, though it may be out by the time ths ge
printed: Morris Margulies. former
been selected as General Director c
toat needs revitalization Congran
death rate is reported to have! expected to leave shortly for the md You that Morris started out in li 7 W ,i.7^rt fnr the
nspn to an ttn 4n n.ri-ni K,o.,, ti c .. ._i..j __*.. "! nm Act*.__i xi--_ .. u OUI 'ue as a reporter KJ*~
been ^wIlT raulies. iormer secretary of the ZOA has
&j2ffZ22?1 Direc,or of The DaY- the Yiddish daily
it needs revitalization Congratulations And let us re-
risen to 30 tto 40 percent because ; U. S., was re-elected president of now defunct New York Mail r ^-S rePV .Otto
resistance has been lowered. ; the Federation. Ma" Congratulations also to Otto
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1942
*Jewist ncridian
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BE-NSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baxon
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday --------------------- 9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat---------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi of
Temple Israel and president of
the Florida Rabbinical Associa-
tion will occupy the pulpit of the
Miami Beach Jewish Center this
Friday evening at 8 o'clock and
will preach on the subject, "Man's
Greatest Discovery." Rabbi Sam-
uel Bension and Cantor Josef S.
Lengyel will officiate with the
assistance of the Jewish Center
choir. On Saturday morning at
10 o'clock Dr. Bension will speak
on the Scriptural Lesson to which
parents are particularly urged to
send their children. Kiddush for
children is arranged for every
Saturday morning immediately
following the services in the So-
cial room. It is expected that
famous Hebrew educators from
New York City will lead the ped-
agogic discussion at the Oneg
Sabbath table at 5 p. m. on Sat-
urday.
Kwartin Concert
The world famous cantor, Can-
tor Zebulon Kwartin, will render
his grand concert this week end
at the Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter. He will officiate on Satur-
day morning at the regular Sab-
bath services and in addition he
will offer his concert of Jewish
and Palestinian liturgical song on
Sunday evening, February 1 with
the assistance of Cantor Samuel
Mekeler of the Grossinger Hotel,
and with Miss Edith Freeman,
pianist, and Master Irving Leib-
son, violinist, as participating art-
ists. Admission will be by card
which is obtainable at the Cen-
ter office. All the cantors of the
various Miami Beach and Miami
synagogues have been invited to
attend an informal reception in
honor of the visiting Palestinian
cantor, immediately preceding the
concert on Sunday evening, at
the Center.
Isaac Joffee to Address Forum
Isaac Joffe, well known attor-
ney and social worker, will be
the speaker at the Jewish Center
Forum on Monday evening, Feb.
2nd at 8 o'clock at the Center
auditorium. He will speak on
the subject, "Judaism, Plus or
Minus," and his interesting ad-
dress will be followed by a round
table discussion. The Forum is
proving extremely popular and is
drawing large crowds. One hund-
red and fifty persons attended
the opening session. There is no
admission fee and men and wo-
men are invited to attend and to
participate.
Flag Presented
We thank Mrs. Meyer Berrnan
for presenting a beautiful Jewish
flag to the Center through the
courtesy of the Sisterhood.
New Members
Abe King, Joseph H. Schwartz
and Mrs. Fannie Herman were
welcomed into the Center as new
members this week. They
launched the second hundred
group of new members into the
Center. The Center has set as
its goal the acquisition of three
hundred new members this year
and owing to the active work of
Abe Selevan, membership chair-
man, 103 new members have al-
ready been enrolled.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Sabbath eve services Friday at
8 p. m. with a Sabbath Shirah
sermon on "The Poetry of the
Psalms."
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club Sunday at 11:30 a.
m.
Sisterhood social for men and
women, to benefit the Temple,
Monday at 8 p. m.
All-day weekly sewing session
for war relief, Wednesday from
9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
A liberal synagogue serving
Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and
Broward county.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
187 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHBS. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2283 8. W. 21et Terrace
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
8996 Indian Creek Drive8-1245
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaOorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Friday Night Forum
"Desert Gifts will be the sub-
ject of this Friday night's lecture
by Rabbi Mescheloff. Cantor
Mamches will lead in the com-
munal singing.
Sabbath Service
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"The Eternal Song" at this Sat-
urday morning's service. He will
speak on "The Portion of the
Week" during Shalosh S'oodoss.
Our Junior Congregation, un-
der the leadership of A. Loskove,
conducts its service in our Com-
munity Building at 9 a. m. A
youth study group meets at 4:30
p. m. Saturdays in our Commun-
ity Building.
School Notes
Chamisho Ossor will be cele-
brated with a special assembly
this Saturday morning. All child-
ren will be given bags of Pales-
tinian fruits by our Sisterhood.
Our Glee Club will present a
number of Palestinian selections.
Parents are welcome. Our as-
sembly opens at 11:30 a. m. and
our faculty meets at 12.
P. T. A. Meeting
Our P. T. A. will hold its regu-
lar meeting this Tuesday at 8
p. m. in our Community Building.
i\ report will be given on the P.
T. A. motion picture to be shown
n our synagogue Sunday night,
February 15th. Tickets are on
sale at our office and through our
school children.
Sisterhood Meeting
Our Sisterhood has postponed
its meeting to Tuesday night.
February 10th. An interesting
program has been prepared. Our
next Sisterhood project will be
oresented. All women are in-
vited.
Habanoth
The two chapters of the Haban-
oth meet each Tuesday at 7:30
p. m. They are working on their
theater party to be held at the
Plaza on Tuesday and Wednes-
day, February 10 and 11.
Boy Scouts
Our Boy Scouts are busy col-
lecting used newspapers and
magazines for defense purposes.
You can help them by bringing
your paper to the synagogue of-
fice.
Student Art Course
A. Heller reports that almost
two dozen boys and girls are en-
joying his art course given in
our Community Building each
week day evening at 7 o'clock
(CONTINUED ON PAGE f)
Rabbi Zwitman 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.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, January 30, at
8:15 o'clock, in observance of
President Franklin D. Roosevelt's
Birthday, the Sabbath service of
tribute will be dedicated to his
leadership. Participating will be
Rev. Norman C. Zulauf, presiderl
of Greater Miami Ministerial As-
sociation; greetings from Mayor
C. H. Reeder; Rabbi Louis M.
Youngerman, Hillel director U. of
Florida, and Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman. The theme of the ser-
vice will be "Human Rights: Hit-
ler AttacksRoosevelt Defends."
A reception for worshipers will
be given by the Sisterhood after
the services.
Sabbath morning services, Sat-
urday morning, January 31 at
11:00 a. m.
The second Sabbath service
will take place at the Congrega-
tion Gates of Prayer Saturday
morning at which time Rabbi Jo-
seph E. Rackovsky, spiritual lead-
er, will officiate. The subject of
his sermon will be "Let Us Go
Forward." At the afternoon .ser-
vices the topic of the lecture will
be "The Song of the Red Sea."
The congregation holds services
daily in the morning at 7 and 8
o'clock and in the evening fif-
teen minutes before sunset. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
9 o'clock.
Last Wednesday a membership
meeting of the congregation was
held and over 100 men and wo-
men attended the first meeting
to be held at the new address of
the synagogue. Many new mem-
bers affiliated themselves with
the institution and a new ladies
auxiliary was formed. An exten-
sive program of activity was pre-
sented to the membership and the
season will see many new activi-
ties launched under the sponsor-
ship of the congregation.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 8. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor
800 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1645 S. W. Third Street
February Sisterhood Meeting
Monday, February 2nd at 2 p.
m. ladies of the congregation and
their friends are cordially invited
to the Sisterhood meeting, to be
held in Kaplan Hall, when the
birthday of the Sisterhood will be
celebrated. A program of re-
dedication to Sisterhood ideals
will be presented, featuring all
the active chairmen of Sisterhood
projects. Lyn Barrett, lyric so-
prano will render vocal selec-
tions accompanied by her moth-
er. A reception for members and
their friends will follow the meet-
ing. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will
preside, with Mrs. Max Steuer
as program chairman.
Bazaar Committees Announced
A very enthusiastic meeting of
members of the Temple Israel's
Men's Club and the Bazaar chair-
men for Temple Israel bazaar
was held at the home of J. G.
Lewis on Tuesday evening.
Plans were discussed for the
forthcoming Carnival and Bazaar
which will be held in Kaplan
Hall at Temple Israel on Febru-
ary 10th and 11th. The men have
promised to help the women of
the Sisterhood make this an out-
standing event.
Present at the meeting were
Dr. Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold B. Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. J.
E. Freehling, Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Slote, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Joffe,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mendelson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lewis.
Booth chairman for the bazaar
are: Cigarettes and cigars, Mrs.
Philip Weinstein and Mrs.- Mar-
vin Bronner; liquor, Mrs. Joseph
Stein; ladies' accessories, Mrs.
Douglas Raff; general store, Mrs.
Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Max
Orovitz; plants and flowers, Mrs.
Harry Wohl; cakes and candy,
Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer and
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Cengregatlon)
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
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls ------------7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon--------------8:00 a. m.
Mincha _-----------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv_______________6:00 p. m.
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
CONSECRATION
o 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
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. Louis UarguUes Reporting lor Beth
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Masada Sabbath
Late Friday evening services
at 8:15 o'clock conducted by Mi-
ami Chapter of Masada. Dave
Baer will chant the liturgic melo-
dies. The following will partici-
pate: Herbert Bogner. Moe Jo-
sepher, Miss Edith Lipsey, Mrs.
Robert Miller, Robert Miller,
Isadore Ratthause and Miss Ethel
Zevin. Louis Brenner, field di-
rector of the Jewish National
Fund of America, and Harold
Shapiro, vice president of the
Southeastern Masada Region,
will discuss the subject, "Jewish
Youth and the Reconstruction
Period." An Oneg Shabbos in
the auditorium immediately af-
ter the services has been ar-
ranged by Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Mandel in honor of their recov-
ery from a recent automobile ac-
cident.
Scout Sabbath
Next Friday evening, February
6th has been designated as
Scout Sabbath. Rabbi Max Sha-
piro will conduct the services,
and the Boy Scout troop will par-
ticipate. Maurice Grossman, ex-
ecutive director of the Y. M. H.
A., will speak briefly.
Junior Congregational Services
The Junior Congregational ser-
vices will be conducted Satur-
day morning at 10:30 o'clock by
Bernard Dickson, David Jacobs,
Meyer Greenberg, Seymour
Hinkes and Harvey Sootin. It
is most important that all stud-
ents from our Hebrew and Sun-
day School attend these services.
Condolences
We pray to the Almighty that
He assuage the pain of the Wol-
kowsky family at the loss of their
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
Boruch Boacho Besholom
We welcome home our distin-
guished and beloved rabbi who
has just returned from New York
where he attended the Simcha of
his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Kolo-
man Kellner of Passaic, who cel-
ebrated their 35th wedding anni-
versary with a family reunion.
While in the north. Rabbi Kellner
was invited to be the guest speak-
er at the Siyum Hasafer Celebra-
tion of the Petach Tikvah Con-
gregation in Baltimore, where
the rabbi served previously as
their spiritual leader.
In the Synagogue
The congregation will have the
pleasure of hearing their rabbi
this Shabbos. The Shabbos af-
ternoon Drushe will take place
this Shabbos at 4:30 p. m. when
Rabbi Kellner will speak in Yid-
dish.
Rabbi Abraham Gluck con-
ducts daily Mishna classes at 5
p. m.
Sunday School
A special Chamisha Osor B'-
Shvat program has been pre-
pared for the Sunday School as-
sembly by the class of Mrs. Louis
Katz. Teddy Sackowitz con-
ducted last week's assembly in
the absence of Rabbi Kellner.
Talmud Torah
Registration for the new term
will take place all next week at
the Talmud Torah building. Rab-
bi Kellner will be in the princi-
pal's office every day from 3:30
p. m. to register the children
personally and discusss with the
parents any question regarding
the religious education of their
children. Parents are urgently
reminded that the heritage of
our people is transmitted through
our children and they must be
made cognizant of the traditions
of our faith. An appeal is made
to all parents to start their child-
ren off for the new term.
Masel Tov
The rabbi and the officers of
the congregation congratulate
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ofsowitz on
their marriage which was sol-
emnized last Sunday in the study
of Rabbi Kellner's home. Mr.
Ofsowitz is a member of the
board of directors of the congre-
gation and the son of our late
beloved first vice president, Harry
Ofsowitz, Olav Hasholom. We
wish the newlyweds lasting hap-
piness and joy.
Bar Mitxvahs
The rabbi and congregation
take this means of congratulating
Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kaplan,
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spiro and
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman
upon the bar mitzvahs of their
sons which were celebrated in
our synagogue last Shabbos, and
wish them happiness and naches
from their bar mitzvah sons and
all their children.


PAGE SIX
*Jewlstfhoridian
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5/
In Mcmoriam
The unveiling of a monument
in memory of the late Leon Ros-
enblatt will take place Sunday at
2:30 p. m. Friends are asked to
attend.
Daughters of Israel
Our Daughters of Israel and
Men's Division will meet in the
Community Building this Satur-
day night at 8 o'clock.
The good news of the purchase
of a lot for the erection of a mod-
ern ritualarium will be present-
ed. Reports from committees
will be tendered. A Mclaveh
Malkeh will follow upon the
business meeting. Every man
and woman is invited.
The principal speaker at last
week's meeting was the well-
known Rabbi S. Rubin of New
York radio fame.
Mixrachi Palestine Night
The Miami Beach Mizrachi is
sponsoring a greater Miami Pal-
estine night to be held at our
Community Building this Sunday
night at 8 o'clock. All shades of
Zionists are asked to come. Ad-
mission price is nominal. The
refreshments committee includes
M. Feit. Mrs. I. Miller. Mrs. Ros-
enberg, Mrs. A. R. Berow. Mrs. L.
Adlerbloom. On the program
committee are Rabbi M. Mesch-
eloff. Mrs. I. Brenner, and oth.
ers.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
A beautiful program of music
and entertainment has been pre-
pared. We want you to come
and enjoy Chamisho Ossor
B-Shvat.
Mrs. Maxwell Hyman; cafeteria,
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Mrs. Her-
bert A. Simon, Mrs. Morris Plant;
cold drinks, Mrs. Frank A. Perl-
man and Mrs. Harry V. Simons;
jellies, Mrs. Herman Wronker
and Mrs. Jessie Zucker; sewing
and hand-mades, Mrs. Samuel
Katz; general merchandise wheel,
Mrs. Sam Luby and Mrs. M. Ross;
raffle, Mrs. J. Jacobs; defense
stamps, Mrs. Isaac Levin; secre-
tary, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon;
treasurer. Mrs. Harry Nevins;
tickets, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. G.
L. Mendelson, Mrs. Walter Brons-
ton; chairmen, Mrs. J. G. Lewis,
Mrs. Jan Jacobs.
Temple Youth Group
Young people in the congrega-
tion above the age of 16 are ex-
tended a cordial invitation to at-
tend a Youth Group meeting, to
be held on Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 1st, at 8:00 p. m. A most
interesting quiz program will
feature Miss Ruth Wolkowsky,
pianist. Dancing will follow the
meeting and refreshments will
be served.
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 following
will be hallowed:
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Recently departed: Rebecca
Wolkowsky. mother of I. Wol-
kowsky; Florence Kurlander,
mother of Julian Kurlander: Til-
lie Weil Adler. mother of Mrs.
F. Friedman; Abe W. Winston,
husband of Mrs. Bertha Winston;
Mendel Cromer, husband of Mrs.
Florence Cromer.
Yahrzeits: Charles Kosing,
father of Mrs, H. I. Homa; Anna
Bernstein, mother of Jack Bern-
stein; Bernhard Wertheimer,
father of Adolph Wertheimer;
Leah Simons, mother of Harry V.
Simons; Harry M, Barg, husband
of Mrs. Hazel Barg; Rebecca
Woolf Bonwit. mother of Walter
B. Bonwit; Solomon Sperling,
father of Nathan Sperling; Esther
Sher, mother of Mrs. S. C. Lev-
enson. Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein and
Mrs. Anna Gordon; Abraham
Richter, father of Jos. A. Richter;
Alex Kleiman, father of Herbert
E. Kleiman.
The floral offering of last week
was presented in memory of Ra-
chel S. Kaufman.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
Jewish education. Zionist idea-
logy and in the present Federa-
tion campaign through which
these fields obtain aid.
At the Miami Beach Center
Wednesday evening, a capacity
crowd approximating 600 people
heard Dr. Nachum Goldman,
eminent Jewish statesman, pub-
licist and member of the Jewish
Agency Executive for Palestine
and the Executive Committee of
the American Jewish Congress,
deliver an inspiring address filled
with facts and first-hand on the
scene observations. Discussing
world conditions and the Jewish
problem, Dr. Goldman, formerly
representative to the League of
Nations and universally regard-
ed as one of the foremost diplo-
mats among the Jewish people to-
day, instilled the capacity aud-
ience of Federation minded in-
dividuals with the importance of
the community's position and re-
sponsibility in the world scheme
and the necessity for Federation
having a successful drive.
Following Dr. Goldman's ad-
dress. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
of Temple Israel addressed the
gathering and asked that the Fed-
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
mother. May~her soul deserv
ingly be bound up in the bond of
eternal life.
In Memorium
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: Moshe Zaev, son
of Louis Markowitz; Ehyohu.
father of Herbert Kleinman;
Glicka. mother of Mrs. Hillman;
Yitzchok. father of Mrs. David
Brown; Dovid, in memory of
David Afremow; Ahron Shloma,
husband of Ida Marcus; Sorah
Bayleh. mother of Mrs. S. J
Pallott; Ester, mother of Jacob
Scher; Chaim, father of Sol. Rot-
fort.
Sisterhood
Beth David Sisterhood will
hold its annual Pre-Purim Ball
Sunday evening, February 22 at
their newly-decorated auditor-
ium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, general
chairman, and her committee,
are making plans as in the past
years, to make this their out-
standing affair. We strongly urge
all members, friends and the gen-
eral public to aid us in this con-
structive work. Call the office,
2-1473, Mrs. I. Cohen. 2-2193, or
Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, ticket chair-
man, 2-0835, for your tickets.
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view of the information given
them by the guest speaker.
The suggestion was unanimous-
ly accepted and additional un-
solicited prospect cards were dis-
tributed. Plans for the coming
week were discussed and tram
captains will be kept in contsant
touch with campaign informa-
tion.
"Local agencies and their mem-
bership must realize that they
have a major responsibility in
seeing that this campaign is a
success and that the quota for
the budgetary requirements is
reached. This responsibility is
theirs because they are on the
scene and their activities are a
requisite in order for the ground
to be covered." Day J. Apte
chairman of the 1942 campaign
stated. He continued, saying
that, "Anything less than reach,
mg the goal will affect all of
the participating agencies but
more so those locally by virtue
of the fact that their channels of
fund raising are limited"
The first running of a new an-
nual greyhound racing classic
named the Traffic Officer Me-
morial, will be staged Saturday
night. January 31st at the Bis-
cayne Kennel Club. This event
is expected to become an early
season feature of equal import-
ance to the annual Biscayne
Derby run each year as the cli-
max of the season.
Elimination races to determine
the field that will compete in
this big race will be held on
Thursday preceding the event.
Elimination tests will be run over
the 5-16ths mile route and the
Memorial will be over the longer
Biscayne course.
Traffic Officer was owned and
raced by Art Wilson whose string
is now racing at Biscayne. Traf-
fic Court and My Laddie are the
most famous of Traffic Officer's
offsprings and the sires of many
MIAMI
JEWISH
BEACH
CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAOE S)
Constitution
A new constitution has been
adopted and ratified at the most
recent membership meeting of
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
which provides for a progressive
plan of governing the Center.
President Frankel's Dinner
Reservations are Oelng made
for the president's dinner in hon-
or of M. H. Frankel dated for
Washington's Birthday at the
Grossinger Hotel. Leo Robinson,
chairman of the arrangements
committee, announces that a
very fine and elaborate program
of music, entertainment and
dancing has been arranged in
connection with the dinner and
that the affair will be outstand-
ing in the social season of Jew-
ish Miami. Hyman Herman, Paul
Grossinger, Mrs. Helen Schoen-
field, Mrs. Meyer Berman, Abra-
ham Halperin, Herman Berk, Jo-
seph A. Berman constitues the
remaining members of Mr. Rob-
inson's committee.
Cemetery Consecration
The Miami Beach Jewish Cen-
ter invites the community to at-
tend the consecration of its new-
ly acquired Mount Nebo Ceme-
tery at West Flagler Street and
53rd Avenue. Flagler Memorial
Park, on Sunday, February 15th
afternoon. It will be an impress-
ive, unique and holy occasion. All
the city's cantors have been in-
vited to participate in the ritual
ceremony, and invitations have
been extended to all the Jewish
organizations and congregations
of Greater Miami to lend their
presence to the occasion.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood held last Tues-
day night a unique cultural quiz
program at which Rabbi Leon
Spitz served as the expert on
Jewish Information Please. Mrs.
A. Kaufman of the choir sang.
Leo Robinson delivered a brief
address, and refreshments were
served by Mrs. Fishbein and her
committee. A group photo of
the Sisterhood board was taken.
Mrs. Ben Marbach, cultural chair-
man, presented the program and
Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, president,
presided.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942
*Jewlsti tkyrkJittn
PAGE SEVEN
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
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Boxermam
MIAMI ZIONIST COUNCIL TO
PRESENT CONCERT FEB. 2ND
The Greater Miami Zionist
Council will present a concert of
song and piano, Monday evening,
February 2nd, at 8:30 o'clock in
the auditorium of the Miami
Saul Rabino, an artist of international note and until recently a
resident *6f California where he settled upon his arrival in this
country in 1922, is a visitor in Miami Beach. Stressing imaginative
drawings and lithograph, his work has covered the United States and
is noted for the reflection of Jewish sensitiveness and the depiction of
the tragedy, a trait of the Jewish race.
Mr. Rabino has with him a collection of his paintings and a group
of portfolios containing sets of lithographs which have won him
much recognition. With this material he plans an exhibit in this
area and looks forward to opening a permanent studio here and
making Miami his home.
He is a guest at the Shoreland Hotel, Miami Beach.
DEATHS
Mrs. Rebecca Wolkowsky, 762
N. W. 7th Street Road, a pioneer
Miamian, passed away this week
at her home following a short
illness. Surviving her are three
sons, Isaac, Frank and Joseph
of Miami and a brother, Frank
Lcvinsky of Key West. Burial
took place Tuesday at the Miami
City Cemetery with Rabbi Max
Shapiro officiating.
S E A B O
SPEEDS
MEN'S CLUB TO FEATURE A
TALK BY DR. JAN MASARYK
Dr. Jan Masaryk, former
Czechoslavakian ambassador to
the United States and now am-
bassador to England, son of Dr.
Thomas Masaryk, the former
professor at the University of
Chicago, founder and first presi-
dent of the Czechoslavakian re-
public, will address a forum
open to the public, free of charge,
under the auspices of the Men's
Club of Temple Israel at the
Temple on Tuesday evening, Feb-
ruary 3rd. His subject will be
"Civilization In Peril."
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engago
business under the fictitious name of
REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCH-
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the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
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the undersigned, desiring to engage In
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of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
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Dirty Laundry
The airing of family laundry
is never pleasant And it was
far from pleasant to see the Jew-
ish owner of a Miami Beach
apartment house Meridian
Avenue, bring charges against a
59-year-old orthodox Jewish rabbi
in city court for "conducting a
public nuisance" by holding ser-
vices in a nearby garage .
Thousands of Greater Miami non-
Jews were treated to a news
story in the Miami Herald in
which one Jew accused another
of "creating and maintaining a
nuisance by causing loud, offen-
sive, unnecessary noise' in the
conduct of religious rites.
Incidents like this at times al-
most cause us to think we are
beating our heads against a stone
wall in trying to build good-will
for the Jew The day may
come, we hope, when individual
Jews will realize how all of our
constructive efforts may be un-
done by the thoughtless action
of a single individual member of
the community.
Some day, members of our
community will realize that Jew-
ry, unfortunately, is judged not
by its greatest but by the worst
of its members And some day,
Greater Miami Jewry will learn
that situations like the one to
which we refer should not be
carried into open courts .
There are other ways to handle
internal problems ... If the
services had been disturbing ten-
ants of the apartment house at
Meridian Avenue and should
have been held elsewhere, the
Jewish owner should first have
contacted the Anti-Defamation
League, which is prepared to
handle delicate problems without
airing them for general public
consumption.
The ADL is here to help .
It seeks to build good-will .
And its workers don't like to see
weeks of efforts and constructive
work counteracted by a single
thoughtless act of an individual
who seems to have no concern
for the community.
Incidentally, it was gratifying
at least to hear Judge Daniel P.
Galen hold that a man should be
able to worship when and where
he pleases.
Clean Laundry
The above-mentioned item
came to our attention just as we
were in one of our happier moods
. And this put a damper on it
. We were just getting ready
to recount a story which reached
us via Maurice Grossman, direc-
tor of the YMHA, who got it
from Mrs. Ida Optner, the "mo-
ther" of the Miami University
MARGUERITE KOZENN
Beach Senior High School, 1420
Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach.
The guest artists will be Mar-
guerite Kozenn, soprano and
Julius Chajes, composer pianist.
Mme. Kozenn is a former prima
donna of leading European Opera
Houses, and soloist with the Vi-
enna Philharmonic Orchestra, the
PALM BEACH
NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. Harry Sirkin, Jr. of St.
Michaels, Md. is visiting here
with relatives.
Miss Mary Stein of New York
is visiting with her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Blumberg.
Beth Israel Sisterhood held a
card party Sunday night at
Schwartzbberg Hall, Mrs. Morris
Dubbin was hostess.
Mrs. Esther Levine left for
Gainesville where she will visit
her son, Ira who is attending the
University of Florida.
Billie Greenstein, daughter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel Green-
stein, is recovering after a ser-
ious illness.
Lillian Duke is convalescing
after a recent illness.
Mrs. Bartman and son, Joseph
are now residing at 817 S. Olive.
Mrs. Esther Halpern is now at
home following a recent opera-
tion at the Good Samaritan Hos-
pital.
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business under the fictitious name of
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football team
Through one
of the many students in the habit
of making her home a rendez-
vous, she heard that the YMHA
Saturday eve dances for men in
the armed forces were making a
big hit with boys from nearby
camps and building much good-
will among the non-Jewish sol-
diers and sailors.
Last Saturday, some 100 non-
Jewish soldiers attended One
non-Jewish soldier, Mrs. Optner
was told, wrote home to his folks
notice is hereby given that that he hadn't liked Jews be-
the unders'lgned. desiring to engage in cause he had never associated
fmATtailownq dry clean- with them before but since rneet-
ING CO. Intends to register the said jng tnem at the YMHA dances,
court of,hDa,See SSaV Florida"" he "sure thinks they're swell."
alex stein Incidentally, the W. P. A. con-
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
JULIUS CHAJES
National Orchestra in Paris, the
New York Philharmonic Orches-
tra and others. Julius Chajes,
had a brilliant career as Pian-
ist and Composer in Europe, Pal-
estine and the United States.
The entire proceeds of this
concert will go towards the Jew-
ish National Fund, which has
and at the present time is con-
tinuing to reclaim land in the
Holy Land for the immediate and
future settlement by the refugees
of Europe.
The treasurer of the concert is
Harry Simonhoff
Washington (WNS)To help
young peoples who may be
thrown out of work on account
of war-time material shortages,
rationing, priorities and other
war-borne economic dislocations,
to find new jobs compatible with
their skills, talents and abilities,
B'nai B'rith's Vocational Service
Bureau has published an illus-
trated manual entitled "Job Let-
ters", which offers concise and
practical information, hints and
suggestions to young people on
when and how to write letters of
application for jobs.
Prepared by Alexander A. Li-
verright, executive director of
Chicago's Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice, and reviewed by more than
50 leading personnel men, educa-
tors and vocational experts.
tributes the orchestra for the af-
fairs, which are open to men re-
gardless of faith The girls at-
tending are carefully chaperoned.
A. D. L. Conference
Highlights of the Anti-Defa-
mation League conference,
planned for February 14th and
15th at the Alcazar Hotel, will be
the presence of Richard Gut-
stadt, A. D. L. national director,
and Sigmund Livingston, A. D. L.
chairman Livingston is the
man who recently received
Henry Ford's latest repudiation
of anti-Semitism.
Both Livingston. and Gutstadt
are expected to point up the in-
tensified program of the League
caused by America's active en-
trance into the war and the re-
sultant change in tactics of the
subversive organizations in this
country.
Still subversive, the outfits
have merely changed techniques
shouting for "unity" but con-
tinuing their anti-Semitic and
anti-administration snipingor
else not bothering about "unity"
at all and merely continuing
their earlier projects as under-
ground movements.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The "Y" in Defense
The- U.S.O dance held last Sat-
urday night attracted a capacity
crowd of soldiers, sailors and ma-
rines. The feature of the eve-
ning was a comedy skit under
the direction of Mrs. Molka
Reich and a cast of talented play-
ers. The next dance for service
men will be held on Saturday
evening, February 7 and will be
a Pre-Valentine dance. The fea-
ture of this event will be an ama-
teur show directed by Mrs. Pearl
Reisman. Mrs. Ida Optner, one
of our hostesses, will give a prize
to the most popular soldier or
sailor of each base. More details
will be given next week.
Mrs. Harry Hacker, hostess-in-
chief, requests all girls over 18
years of age who desire to attend
this dance to communicate with
the "Y" so that they may be giv-
en a card of admission. No one
is admitted without such card.
Red Cross classes under the di-
rection of Mrs. Essie Schaffer
were started on Monday morning
at 9:30. Mrs. Schaffer teaches
seven classes at the "Y" with a
total attendance of over two hun-
dred persons.
Boy Scouts
The week of February 8 to 12
will be observed at National Boy
Scout Week. The major feature
of this celebration will be spe-
cial Scout services to be held in
cathedrals, churches and syna-
gogues throughout the country,
emphasizing the twelfth Scout
law"The Scout is Reverent." In
Miami, Scout Sabbath will be ob-
served on Friday, February 6, at
the Beth David Synagogue where
the Y. M. H. A. Troop No. 6 of
Boy Scouts will be the guests and
will participate in the services.
Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach a
Scout sermon.
On Sunday, February 8, Scout
week will be celebrated at the
Y. M. H. A. clubrooms where a
program of interesting events
will take place. More details ne.xt
week.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE
Y. W. H. A.
Women's Craft Class
The first class in Arts and
Crafts for adult women for the
season will take place next Wed-
nesday afternoon at 2.30 oclock.
This class will be under the di-
rection of Edgar Copp, workshop
instructor at the "Y." All adult
women are invited to take part
in this project. Mrs. Sam Schaf-
fer is chairman.
Valentine Dance
Mrs. Pearl Reisman, chairman
of the dance committee which
will be held on Sunday, Febru-
ary 15. announces that a great
deal of interest is being shown
by the members and friends.
Many surprises are in store.
Further details will be given lat-
er.
Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of
the Book of the Month Club, an-
nounces that Isaac Joffe will re-
view the book on the Life of The-
odore Hertzl on Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 18. Mrs. Dobrin will be a
guest speaker.
Al Berkys' Defeat Schwartxs'
Marty Milstein Scores High Set
At the conclusion of three
close games, the Al Berkowitz's
replaced the Harry Schwartz's
to take over the leadership in
the Y. M. H. A. Duck Pin League.
The Schwartz's had led the
league for sixteen consecutive
weeks. They ran up against a
better team now and will be glad
to let the pressure remain on the
Al Berkowitz's for a couple of
weeks. There arc only five more
weeks remaining and anything
most probably will happen.
Marty Milstein. besides being
the high individual leader of the
"Y" tournament, gathered new
honors when he totaled a 363 set
to top Hal Berkowitz, the previ-
ous high set leader, by two pins.
Come out and cheer your fav-
orites for the next sessions.
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sage, Sidney Hollander, president
of the Council, stressed the im-
portance of the first wartime as-
sembly of federation and welfare
fund representatives and urged
American Jewish leaders to strive
for unity and harmony of purpose
in 1942.
Tracing the history of the
Council since its organization in
1932 with a membership of 16
federations, Mr. Hollander .re-
viewed the achievements of the
last decade and expressed confi-
dence that the 1942 assembly
would develop policies which will
aid American Jewish community
organizations in making a maxi-
mum contribution to the nation's
war effort.
The Chicago assembly, Mr. Hol-
lander said, will study the effects
of the war on current Jewish
programs for relief and recon-
struction overseas and in Pales-
tine, refugee needs in this coun-
try, national and local phases of
civic protective programs, and
problems of fund-raising and
budgeting in local communities.
The opening session on Satur-
day night will be devoted to a
discussion of "Welfare Programs
on a War Basis." Mr. Hollander
will open the assembly and Sam-
uel Markell of Boston, chairman
of the General Assembly Pro-
gram Committee, will introduce
the assembly program. Speakers
at this session will be Harris
Perlstein. president of the Jewish
Charities, Chicago; Amos Dein-
ard, board member, Federation
for Jewish Service, Minneapolis.
Leon Sunstein, president of the
Jewish Welfare Fund. Philadel-
phia, and William J. Shroder of
Cincinnati, chairman of the Coun-
cil's board of directors.
The second general session,
Sunday morning. February 1st.
wlil deal with "War-Time Pro-
grams of Federations." Other
general assembly features will be
a review of the status of the civic
protective programs, a discus-
sion of fund-raising problems in
1942, with particular regard to
the war situation and "Informa-
tion Please" sessions on national,
overseas, Palestinian and refu-
gee agencies.
STRICTLY
CONFIDENTIAL
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Klemperer, the great conductor
who now shows not even the
slightest trace of ever having
been ill And to Rabbi Joshua
Goldberg, on becoming a Naval
Chaplain ... As well as to Mrs.
R. S. Hoffman, former Philadel-
phian, for a splendid medical
laboratory experimental job done
in Palestine We hope it
proves to be a great discovery.
M. G. Stolz, assistant secretary of
the International Federation of
Trade Unions, deserves much of
the credit for the organization of
refugee workers in Britain .
Stolz, a native of Czechoslovakia,
had been in Paris till the collapse
of France, and then fled to Eng-
land, where he has been working
in close collaboration with Sir
Walter Citrine, British labor
leader We don't hold with
these rumors that Governor Her-
bert H. Lehman of New York is
planning to resign from his post
and return to the U. S. Army, in
which he holds the rank of Col-
onel We've always known
that Dr. David de Sola Pool, rab-
bi of New York's Spanish-Por-
tuguese Synagogue is a man of
mind, so we weren't surprised
when he exhibited rare presence
of mind on a recent occasion
when, while he was delivering an
address, a large chunk of plaster
dropped from the ceiling ... Dr.
Pool is reported to have gazed at
the mess thoughtfully for a mo-
ment, and then to have observed:
"Ah, a new kind of heckler!"
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
Lee Mason, commentator on
Station WKAT, will speak on
"The Place of the Jew in a
Changing World," at the Forum,
sponsored by Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
on Friday, Jan. 30, 2 p. m. at the
Miami Beach Elks Club, 720
West Ave.
The consumers' welfare com-
mittee, under the chairmanship
of Mrs. Harry Marcus, will pre-
sent Mrs. Helendeen Dodderidge,
senior administrative assistant in
Consumers' Counsel Division,
United States Department of Ag-
riculture, who will address the
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942 PAGE FOUR +Jels*nvridia*T_ ^ Jemsti flcridlan PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor 2 1 SUBSCRIPTION One Year, $2.00 Six Monthf. $100 ,-7-^rTt MIAISTFLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at SHEVAT 12. 5702 the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 5 DOUBLE DESTINY Federation has felt a severe set-back when after the first few days of its campaign an analysis of contributions and the reports showed a tendency for contributors and some of the workers to take a pessimistic attitude and the easiest way out. The conditions generally, the season locally, the uncertainty everywhere, taxation, restrictions, all showing up as the answers to decreased giving and in some instances no giving at all. The record will show that many understanding Miamians did an all-out job planning in the precampaign days and likewise working actively soliciting during the drive. Many Miamians substantially increased their pledges for were it not for that the total would not have passed the SI 00,000 mark at which it now stands. It is regretting that all of Miami could not have attended the Federation mass meeting Wednesday evening and heard a masterful address by the able Jewish statesman, Dr. Nachum Goldman of international repute. His record has proved his ability these many years. Hearing him left no doubt as to his first hand knowledge of the world picture and the Jewish problem as it was and as it is today. The message he brought to Federation, one of the instruments through which activities for the aiding and ultimate solution of that problem, was inspiring. He came here, though tied up with many matters in the important statesmanship role he today is playing, and brought to Federation and through Federation to the Greater Miami Community a message full of facts which unless realized by everyone can and will lead to no other channel but downfall. That message carried the imperative facts that there can be no two destinies for the Jewish People or for the American People. There can be no isolationist policy which will say that the people of the United States need not worry or care about people of other hemispheres. There can be no Democracy here and Dictatorships abroad and both survive, independent of each other. There can be no thought of forgetting or ignoring the millions of our brethren abroad. I he role of Palestine Jewry, self-supporting in itseu but needing funds for expansion, is a major one in the future voice of the Jewish people as a people and in the future of the settling and solution of the Jewish problems, was another fact stressed. Comparing the present situation to that ot two armies at war with the United States JewTy serving as the rear guard, as the reserve to the front army, European Jewry who are undergoing and waging a grim battle of life and death, Dr. Goldman stated that at this time that front army has been rendered powerless and useless. Speaking of its ability to fight back and protect itself he said it is non-existent. With the front army wiped out the reserves must be called into the front line. Hesitancy, a lack of willingness to enter the fray, means defeat at the outset. Aid, cooperation, leadership are all vital necessities that must come from the reserves, now the front line. These reserves are United States Jewry— Greater Miami Jewry. Meetings, drives, campaigns are the instrumentalities which make us the front line. Excuses and attitudes are to no avail during an emergency which winning means survival and losing complete extinction. The campaign has been extended and as Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, who followed the speaker and asked for the extension, so aptly said, it is imperative that we not talk about but go out and do something about succeeding in this drive. To the workers, though knowing well their responsibility, they must continue contacting those not seen. To the people of Greater Miami, season or no season, conditions good or bad, we will continue to live, grow and expand. It is imperative that we realize that we and our actions to Federation are an important cog in the wheel rolling to ultimate vicory for Jewry and all people. Do your part. Do more than your share. Make the Federation 1942 campaign successful. E TO UK ATREDLANQSFtTE (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) completed training courses there are immediately employed in war time industries. The Defense Council will move to the old Central School, where class rooms and an auditorium will be available. A program of adult education has been planned, and announcements of classes will be published. Everyone in Dade county should avail himself of this opportunity to learn something helpful. "Know how" is what will win the war. Soldiers and sailors must learn, and so must every civilian. Without stenographers and typists and switchboard operators there could be no war effort. The whole thing would bog down, and precious time lost forever. There must be many people who cannot use their skills because of home responsibility. If experienced baby tenders took over, they would be released for service on a part-time basis. Right new the Defense Council is hampered in its work for want of somebody to cut stencils. There is a job for everybody. Sa\ inj, paper and tin cans and bottles is important. Serving fruit for dessert instead of something that needs a lot of sugar is important. Carrying your own bundles when you shop helps conserve rubber. Buying Dade County produce helps save the overloaded rail-1 ways and trucking lines. This | campaign is on in full force and i is showing very good results. There has been a great deal of newspaper and radio publicity. I and posters have been distribut. ed to every grocery handling green goods, urging customers to buy Dade County produce. Plans are being made for a Dade County Defense Council exhibit at the Redlands Festival opening on Feb. 7. The exhibit will be interesting and well presented. A new March of Time. "When the Air Raids Come," will open in local theaters beginning on Jan. 28. It has been reviewed by members of the Council staff and all who saw it agreed that no more timely contribution to informing the public could be made. It deals with actual air raid precaution measures as they are practiced in England, and makes understandable not only the military defenses taken against air raids, but also the civilian technique in combating that menace. The film is a "must" for every man, woman and child in Dade County, and the March of Time is to be congratulated the Defense office stated. —TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREtfMidty Qxm^niUxi URGE INCLUSION OF JEWISH STATE London (WNS)—A resolution calling upon the United Nations to include the establishment of a Jewish State in Palestine among their post-war programs was adopted by more than 300 delegates attending the 41st annual conference of the British Zionist Federation of Great Britain. Another resolution urged Great Britain to organize into a Jewish Army all Jews who had volunteered for service in Palestine and the Middle East. The resolutions expressed "the deep conviction in the victory of the United Nations over the dark forces of tyranny and violence," and voiced the hope that the future peace will solve the Jewish problem "by providing a new home for a larger number of Jews." The convention sent its greetings to the Jews of the United States and Soviet Russia "who together with the Jews of the New York (WNS)—Nazi au-1 British Empire, Palestine and the thorities are using spotted typhus I Allied countries are determined By PHINEAS J. BIRONOPEN LETTERS Mr Churchill: No, we don't like your reply to the u ^ ,nt Revision ss on the subject of the Jewish army head of the Hedonists America, that we have the I, generously adv.sesu^ he J^ opportunity of serving in ,\ sanction What Mr. MenMr Churchill ^f d n ^ t d Ja "a Jewish army of Palestinians ^rfyo7diSTnow bOU : Which reminds us that the New YS Times published an entire editorial on-pardon us, against Lie 'Stormy'' • • The joke being that nobody in all this wide world has proposed a "Zionist Army ... Perhaps the Times knows that, but "Jewish Army' is something the editors of !" e Times do not even care to mention .And a note to Mr. Harry Cohn of Columbia Pictures: For the first tune in many years an American film is going to make a lot of money outside this hemisphere That film will be your Martin Eden based on a story by Jack London And the country that Will nay piles of dollars—no, we mean rubles—for it is Russia, which considers Jack London a literary giant equal m stature to Maxim Gorky. SIGNS OF THE TIMES The Nazis are said to be sending a lot of their wounded soldiers to Spain for convalescence Could it be with a view to having a large army of perfectly healthy soldiers in Franceland before long? The war's all a matter of time, cracks Harry Hershfield, with London's Big Ben pitted against the Watch on the Rhine Charlie Chaplin is laughing hard these days Over in Paris some Nazi officials went to considerable trouble and expense to get a print of his "Great Dictator," which they viewed at a private showing We're sorry the postal laws dont permit our reporting their very vivid comments ... If you're rich enouqh to have to pay a sizeable income tax this year, we hope you have the good grace not to complain But if you can't be cheerful about it without outside help, try reading Groucho Marx's learned tome entitled "Many Harpy Returns," and go to see the new Donald Duck picture, which is all about a little duckling paying his taxes .And while you giggle at Donald's ducky antics, remember that Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau, Jr., had some conferences about laugh-getters for that picture with Walt Disney Demonstrating the principle that the last shall be first, the Fink Baking Company of New York finds itself leading the field in the modernity of its means of transporting its bread and rolls over the city's streets For, unlike most large baking firms, the Fink company has remained faithful to the horse and wagon through all these years And, with rubber priorities being what they are, other bakers, not to mention butchers, and candlestick makers, may soon have to follow the Fink example. YOU SHOULD KNOW Did you know that the reason why that famous Heine monument stands in the Bronx that back in 1897, when it was sculptured in honor of the famous poet's centennary, the German government refused to let it be placed in his native city, Dusseldorf? That in the last century one Senor Jorge Isaacs became a famous novelist in our good neighbor Colombia? .. One of his works is a classic of Colombian literature to this day And did you know that it was with Laurence Oliphant, the famous English author who had a plan for a Jewish colony in Palestine, that Naphtali Herz Imber made his first trip to Eretz Israel? It was to Oliphant that Imber later dediacted a book of Hebrew poems which included the "Hatikvah," famous Zionist hymn All this information comes to you as a result of our conscientious perusal of Volume Five of the Universl Jewish Encyclopedia There, too, we learned that Sir Hermann Gollancz was not only the first Jew to obtain the degree of Lit. D. at London University, but also was the only rabbi ever to have been elevated to the knighthood And that, incredible though it may seem, the name "Isidor" is a relic of Egyptian paganism and means "gift of Isis," and was not used by Jews until about a hundred years ago, when it became popular among our coreligionists in Germany as a substitute for Isaac And a fat lot of good it did them, didn't it? NAZIS 'USE" TYPHUS' TO KILL JEWS, NBC REPORTER SAYS to wipe out the Jews of Eastern Europe, John McVane, London reporter of the NBC, charged this week. Mr. McVane pointed out that ordinarily, the type of typhus now prevalent in the Warto carry on the struggle against Nazi and Fascist tyranny and to fight for freedom and justice which would guarantee equality for Jews the world over and a national status for Jews in Palsaw Jewish ghetto is fatal in only I estine." one out of six cases. However, the ; Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who is MUSIC NOTES Possibly you may know that the Andrews Sisters, though Aryan achieved their first fame through their rendition of a Yiddish song, "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen" ... But did you know that one Lou Levy, who managed them through their lean days, also has achieved affluence with them? Dinah Shore, Tennessee s gift to the American ear, reveals that she changed her name, originally Frances Rose Shore, after listening to an Ethel Waters record of the song "Dinah" Dinah's newest Bluebird records are something you'll like Have you made your contribution to the President's March of Dimes? Irving Berlin, you know, has written a special song for it, "The President's Birthday Ball, and is donating half the record royalties he will receive for it to the Warm Springs Infantile Paralysis Founda*n \i '. .v 0ther half goes to ,he Red Cr M. fr Ae simple rean?r?A*? 52 ^ 8ide of the record has another new Berlin £?inn !" 2££ e Cy r Written ,or *• Red CroM • • • TaUcin 9 d E 9 ^ 1 ? n US Whal the Y' re %  oying in Brooklyn about the Nazi capital: Berlin is berluV while the Russians are rushin'. if. %  „ ABOUT PEOPLE D a secret, though it may be out by the time ths ge printed: Morris Margulies. former been selected as General Director c toat needs revitalization Congran death rate is reported to have! expected to leave shortly for the md Y ou that Morris started out in li „7 W ,i.7^rt fnr the nspn to an ttn 4n n. ri -ni K,o.,,„ TI c „.„. .„_i„ ..J __*.. "! nm Act*. i xi--_ .. u OUI 'ue as a reporter KJ*~ been ^wIlT !" raulie s. iormer secretary of the ZOA has &j2ff£Z22£? 1 Direc,or of The Da Ythe Yiddish daily it needs revitalization Congratulations And let us rerisen to 30 tto 40 percent because ; U. S., was re-elected president of now defu nct New York Mail r ^-S re PV .Otto resistance has been lowered. ; the Federation. Ma • %  Congratulations also to Otto 'CONTINUED ON PACK •<



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PAGE TWO ***** ncrid&£_ FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1942 Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations Esther Shochet left %  %  : %  to visit ::; Atlanta Ga for several weeks. Doris M:'.'...r. daughter 0: Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller, cel( her 16th birthday at a party : %  .. Id at her home recently. • • • M-.ss Sylvia Gordon ol New Y rk is visiting for two with her uncle and aunt, Ml Mrs. Philip Berkowitz. • • • Mrs Victor Me::, formerly a patienl at thi Jackson M Hospital is now at 1 st ing b m a r nt ss • • • Mr and Mrs. Sa nel A Futer(as entertair at their Tuesdaj •%  • ening in h< nor -1 the birthday ol their son, Irwin. • • • Helen Son::: was hon< red at a .. sh *-er last Fri lay given by Miss Ruth Aronson Cards and mah ;: ngg w f re [ lay< i and r< • fi • .:•..-. r.ts served Miss Schifi the recipw nt <: many ks -ly gifts. You'll do a hornpipe orer thi* special! "S MAIL SET! S1.00 tax extra ORGANIZATIONS Ruth C Brotman has opened to succeed Mrs. Robert Travis ol U '_„u „~1 studio at 1502 Atlanta as president of th. Mr and Mr* Jacob H. Schiff announce the marriage of %  fdaSter 1 .' Helen to Samuel Jack .Taylor .on1 of Mr and Mrs. Morns Taylor which will take place Sunda} at ^.Ju at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. „„ ,. „ h „ t Attending the bride and groom will be HaroldI Pont .best manRuth Aronson. maid of honor; Norman Bernstein. LeonardRosenblum. Irving Genet Sidney Stepkin. Sam Silver and Philip Kaplan, ushers. Jerry Lake wi 1 render vocal selections. A reception will be held following the ceremony. All friends are invited. Following the reception, a dinner will be held at the Evans Hotel for members of the family After a honeymoon trip to Cuba the couple will reside on Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern. 556 N. E. 57th Street, will entertain at open house Monday evening from 8 to 11 p. m. in honor of their neice. Evelyn Auslander. daughter of Mrs. C. Auslander. upon her graduation from the University of Miami. • • • While visiting their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schindler. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schindler. 5990 N. E. 5th Court, will attend the graduation of their son Roland, from the colleges of business administration and law at the University of Florida. During his stay at the University of Florida. Mr. Schindler as been active in debating and dramatics and is a member of the "F" club. UNVEILINGS Unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of Mrs. Emma Kurman, wife of Isaac Kurman, will take place Sunday at 2 p. m. at Woodlawn cemetery. Friends of the family are asked to be present. the Southeastern Regional Hadassah. The conference which selected Columbia, S. C. as the scene of the 1943 meeting also elected Mrs. Leonard Moss of Jacksonville, secretary; Mrs. Ben Arnold of Columbia, S, C„ recording sec retary; Mrs. Louis J. Levitas of Atlanta treasurer; Mrs. J. M. Rosenfeld of Atlanta, auditor; and Mrs. J. J. Hellman of Atlanta, honorary president. • • • Following a tradition established by them several years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller of Miami Beach, proprietors of the Victor Hotel, 12th and Ocean Drive, are sponsoring a banquet to be given Sunday, March 8th for the benefit of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in memory of their son Victor. The entire receipts of tickets and donations will go to the HIAS Organizations. Arrangements are in the hands of a special Tourists' Committee under the direction of Mr. Bookspan, field representative of the HIAS. • • • Mr. W. W. Eyster, Southern district director of immigration and naturalization, will speak at the regular monthly meeting of Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, on Wednesday, February 4th, 2 p. m, at the Council House, 1427 N. E. Bayshore Place, Miami. Mrs. Monte Selig, president, and Mrs. at-arms: Martin Horowitz, assistBenjamin LeVine, chairman of 1 branch vocal studio Jefferson Avenue, Miami Beach. An important* board meeting of the B'nai B'rith Ladies Aux&ar7 will be held Tuesday nighi at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle. 1712 Lenox Avenue, Miami Beach. All members are urged to attend. The Miami Chapter of A.Z.A. will hold their installation banquet Sunday evening. 8:30 at the Terrace Restaurant. Miami Beach. Irwin Berger is chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. Miami Chapter of Masada. Zionist Youth Group, will hold its first annual carnival and dance Sunday. February 15th at 8 p. m. at Beth David Auditorium. The feature of the evening will be a dance contest. • • • Miami Chapter of Hadassah will sponsor a dessert luncheon, card and mah jongg party Monday. February 23rd at the Terrace Restaurant. Miami Beach. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. H. Platoff, 5-0163; Mrs. Goodman. 5-2079; or Mrs. George Goldberg. 3-2538. • • • Royal Palm Chapter of A.Z.A. elected the following officers at their last meeting. Albert Beer, president; Donald Eannet. vice president; Nathan Ratner, secretary; Norman Rhinehart, chaplain; Leonard Wallach. sergeantSupport the Federation Campaign. It needs your help. ant sergeant-at-arms; and Samuel Spitz, publicity director. • • • Betty Lasky of Miami was chosen to succeed Sarah Tonak of Atlanta as Junior Hadassah president at the regional meeting held recently. The junior group also chose Ruth Finman of Tampa. Evelyn Silver of Columbia. S. C. and Lillie Levy of Charleston. S. C, vice presidents; Eunice Davis of Jacksonville, recording secretary; Rosalyn Klein of Miami, corresponding secretary and Hilda Kessler of Atlanta, treasurer. 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FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1942 *Jewist ncridian PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BE-NSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baxon 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi of Temple Israel and president of the Florida Rabbinical Association will occupy the pulpit of the Miami Beach Jewish Center this Friday evening at 8 o'clock and will preach on the subject, "Man's Greatest Discovery." Rabbi Samuel Bension and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the assistance of the Jewish Center choir. On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Dr. Bension will speak on the Scriptural Lesson to which parents are particularly urged to send their children. Kiddush for children is arranged for every Saturday morning immediately following the services in the Social room. It is expected that famous Hebrew educators from New York City will lead the pedagogic discussion at the Oneg Sabbath table at 5 p. m. on Saturday. Kwartin Concert The world famous cantor, Cantor Zebulon Kwartin, will render his grand concert this week end at the Miami Beach Jewish Center. He will officiate on Saturday morning at the regular Sabbath services and in addition he will offer his concert of Jewish and Palestinian liturgical song on Sunday evening, February 1 with the assistance of Cantor Samuel Mekeler of the Grossinger Hotel, and with Miss Edith Freeman, pianist, and Master Irving Leibson, violinist, as participating artists. Admission will be by card which is obtainable at the Center office. All the cantors of the various Miami Beach and Miami synagogues have been invited to attend an informal reception in honor of the visiting Palestinian cantor, immediately preceding the concert on Sunday evening, at the Center. Isaac Joffee to Address Forum Isaac Joffe, well known attorney and social worker, will be the speaker at the Jewish Center Forum on Monday evening, Feb. 2nd at 8 o'clock at the Center auditorium. He will speak on the subject, "Judaism, Plus or Minus," and his interesting address will be followed by a round table discussion. The Forum is proving extremely popular and is drawing large crowds. One hundred and fifty persons attended the opening session. There is no admission fee and men and women are invited to attend and to participate. Flag Presented We thank Mrs. Meyer Berrnan for presenting a beautiful Jewish flag to the Center through the courtesy of the Sisterhood. New Members Abe King, Joseph H. Schwartz and Mrs. Fannie Herman were welcomed into the Center as new members this week. They launched the second hundred group of new members into the Center. The Center has set as its goal the acquisition of three hundred new members this year and owing to the active work of Abe Selevan, membership chairman, 103 new members have already been enrolled. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Sabbath eve services Friday at 8 p. m. with a Sabbath Shirah sermon on "The Poetry of the Psalms." Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood social for men and women, to benefit the Temple, Monday at 8 p. m. All-day weekly sewing session for war relief, Wednesday from 9 a. in. to 5 p. m. A liberal synagogue serving Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and Broward county. TEMPLE ISRAEL 187 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHBS. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2283 8. W. 21et Terrace RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 8996 Indian Creek Drive—8-1245 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaOorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Friday Night Forum "Desert Gifts will be the subject of this Friday night's lecture by Rabbi Mescheloff. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Sabbath Service Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "The Eternal Song" at this Saturday morning's service. He will speak on "The Portion of the Week" during Shalosh S'oodoss. Our Junior Congregation, under the leadership of A. Loskove, conducts its service in our Community Building at 9 a. m. A youth study group meets at 4:30 p. m. Saturdays in our Community Building. School Notes Chamisho Ossor will be celebrated with a special assembly this Saturday morning. All children will be given bags of Palestinian fruits by our Sisterhood. Our Glee Club will present a number of Palestinian selections. Parents are welcome. Our assembly opens at 11:30 a. m. and our faculty meets at 12. P. T. A. Meeting Our P. T. A. will hold its regular meeting this Tuesday at 8 p. m. in our Community Building. i\ report will be given on the P. T. A. motion picture to be shown n our synagogue Sunday night, February 15th. Tickets are on sale at our office and through our school children. Sisterhood Meeting Our Sisterhood has postponed its meeting to Tuesday night. February 10th. An interesting program has been prepared. Our next Sisterhood project will be oresented. All women are invited. Habanoth The two chapters of the Habanoth meet each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. They are working on their theater party to be held at the Plaza on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 10 and 11. Boy Scouts Our Boy Scouts are busy collecting used newspapers and magazines for defense purposes. You can help them by bringing your paper to the synagogue office. Student Art Course A. Heller reports that almost two dozen boys and girls are enjoying his art course given in our Community Building each week day evening at 7 o'clock (CONTINUED ON PAGE f) Rabbi Zwitman 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. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, January 30, at 8:15 o'clock, in observance of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's Birthday, the Sabbath service of tribute will be dedicated to his leadership. Participating will be Rev. Norman C. Zulauf, presiderl of Greater Miami Ministerial Association; greetings from Mayor C. H. Reeder; Rabbi Louis M. Youngerman, Hillel director U. of Florida, and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The theme of the service will be "Human Rights: Hitler Attacks—Roosevelt Defends." A reception for worshipers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath morning services, Saturday morning, January 31 at 11:00 a. m. The second Sabbath service will take place at the Congregation Gates of Prayer Saturday morning at which time Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader, will officiate. The subject of his sermon will be "Let Us Go Forward." At the afternoon .services the topic of the lecture will be "The Song of the Red Sea." The congregation holds services daily in the morning at 7 and 8 o'clock and in the evening fifteen minutes before sunset. Saturday morning services begin at 9 o'clock. Last Wednesday a membership meeting of the congregation was held and over 100 men and women attended the first meeting to be held at the new address of the synagogue. Many new members affiliated themselves with the institution and a new ladies auxiliary was formed. An extensive program of activity was presented to the membership and the season will see many new activities launched under the sponsorship of the congregation. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 8. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MALEK. Cantor 800 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1645 S. W. Third Street February Sisterhood Meeting Monday, February 2nd at 2 p. m. ladies of the congregation and their friends are cordially invited to the Sisterhood meeting, to be held in Kaplan Hall, when the birthday of the Sisterhood will be celebrated. A program of rededication to Sisterhood ideals will be presented, featuring all the active chairmen of Sisterhood projects. Lyn Barrett, lyric soprano will render vocal selections accompanied by her mother. A reception for members and their friends will follow the meeting. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will preside, with Mrs. Max Steuer as program chairman. Bazaar Committees Announced A very enthusiastic meeting of members of the Temple Israel's Men's Club and the Bazaar chairmen for Temple Israel bazaar was held at the home of J. G. Lewis on Tuesday evening. Plans were discussed for the forthcoming Carnival and Bazaar which will be held in Kaplan Hall at Temple Israel on February 10th and 11th. The men have promised to help the women of the Sisterhood make this an outstanding event. Present at the meeting were Dr. Frank Coret, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Freehling, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Slote, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Joffe, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Mendelson, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lewis. Booth chairman for the bazaar are: Cigarettes and cigars, Mrs. Philip Weinstein and Mrs.Marvin Bronner; liquor, Mrs. Joseph Stein; ladies' accessories, Mrs. Douglas Raff; general store, Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Mrs. Max Orovitz; plants and flowers, Mrs. Harry Wohl; cakes and candy, Mrs. Adolph Wertheimer and (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Cengregatlon) 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 SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha _— 5:30 p.m. Maariv — 6:00 p. m. MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY CONSECRATION o 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 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. Louis UarguUes Reporting lor Beth David Congregation and Sisterhood Masada Sabbath Late Friday evening services at 8:15 o'clock conducted by Miami Chapter of Masada. Dave Baer will chant the liturgic melodies. The following will participate: Herbert Bogner. Moe Josepher, Miss Edith Lipsey, Mrs. Robert Miller, Robert Miller, Isadore Ratthause and Miss Ethel Zevin. Louis Brenner, field director of the Jewish National Fund of America, and Harold Shapiro, vice president of the Southeastern Masada Region, will discuss the subject, "Jewish Youth and the Reconstruction Period." An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services has been arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mandel in honor of their recovery from a recent automobile accident. Scout Sabbath Next Friday evening, February 6th has been designated as Scout Sabbath. Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services, and the Boy Scout troop will participate. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the Y. M. H. A., will speak briefly. Junior Congregational Services The Junior Congregational services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock by Bernard Dickson, David Jacobs, Meyer Greenberg, Seymour Hinkes and Harvey Sootin. It is most important that all students from our Hebrew and Sunday School attend these services. Condolences We pray to the Almighty that He assuage the pain of the Wolkowsky family at the loss of their (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Boruch Boacho Besholom We welcome home our distinguished and beloved rabbi who has just returned from New York where he attended the Simcha of his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Koloman Kellner of Passaic, who celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary with a family reunion. While in the north. Rabbi Kellner was invited to be the guest speaker at the Siyum Hasafer Celebration of the Petach Tikvah Congregation in Baltimore, where the rabbi served previously as their spiritual leader. In the Synagogue The congregation will have the pleasure of hearing their rabbi this Shabbos. The Shabbos afternoon Drushe will take place this Shabbos at 4:30 p. m. when Rabbi Kellner will speak in Yiddish. Rabbi Abraham Gluck conducts daily Mishna classes at 5 p. m. Sunday School A special Chamisha Osor B'Shvat program has been prepared for the Sunday School assembly by the class of Mrs. Louis Katz. Teddy Sackowitz conducted last week's assembly in the absence of Rabbi Kellner. Talmud Torah Registration for the new term will take place all next week at the Talmud Torah building. Rabbi Kellner will be in the principal's office every day from 3:30 p. m. to register the children personally and discusss with the parents any question regarding the religious education of their children. Parents are urgently reminded that the heritage of our people is transmitted through our children and they must be made cognizant of the traditions of our faith. An appeal is made to all parents to start their children off for the new term. Masel Tov The rabbi and the officers of the congregation congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ofsowitz on their marriage which was solemnized last Sunday in the study of Rabbi Kellner's home. Mr. Ofsowitz is a member of the board of directors of the congregation and the son of our late beloved first vice president, Harry Ofsowitz, Olav Hasholom. We wish the newlyweds lasting happiness and joy. Bar Mitxvahs The rabbi and congregation take this means of congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Spiro and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silverman upon the bar mitzvahs of their sons which were celebrated in our synagogue last Shabbos, and wish them happiness and naches from their bar mitzvah sons and all their children.



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11*Jewish IFlondliai HI i% COMBINING Yt)G jGWKStl l/tlttf P9 VOLUME 15—No. 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS SOCIAL HYGIENE DAYTOBELOCALLY OBSERVED BY Y Communities throughout the country will hold a series of meetings sponsored by the American Social Hygiene Association citing the need for intensified civilian activity to help stamp out venereal diseases. This will be the Sixth National Social Hygiene Day and will be observed locally, Wednesday evening, Feb. 4th, 8:30 o'clock under the sponsorship of the Young Men's Hebrew Association at its clubrooms, 1567 South West 5th Street. Dr. Stanley Frehling, chairman of the affair said, "Today it is plain truth that syphilis and gonorrhea are among the gravest dangers which threaten national fitness to carry on the war. The theme of this year's observance is "Keep America Strong, Help Build Better Health Now." One of the surest ways to keep America strong is to fight syphilis and gonorrhea and their chief source of spread—commercialized prostitution. Every one in the community can help by joining in the program for Social Hygiene Day." The guest speakers will be Dr. Gilbert G. L. Dunnahoo, surgeon, U. S. Public Health Station, FishIsland, and Dr. Lewis CapNAZIS ORDER BERLIN JEWS TO CLEAN STREETS AT NIGHT Stockholm (WNS)—The sight of elderly, half-dressed Jews, both men and women, cleaning the streets of Berlin has aroused so much sympathy that Nazi authorities in the German capital have ordered all Jews to report for work henceforth during the night, it was reported here Despite the presence of Nazi police and Gestapo agents, "Aryan" Germans frequently stopped to chat and encourage Jews compelled to remove the snow in the streets. Manifestations of sympathy were particularly evident on bitterly cold days. er land, noted authority on syphilis. I REFUSE POSITIONS VACATED BY JEWS London (WNS)—Scores of high university posts are vacant in both occupied and unoccupied France because of the tacit refusal of French professors and instructors to accept posts from which Jewish professors have been expelled in compliance with Nazi orders, according to authoritative Free French sources. These sources said that French professors have organized what is tantamount to a boycott, refusing to accept under any conditions university positions formerly held by Jews. The boycott is particularly effective in unoccupied France where no amount of persuasion by Vichy officials has been able to sway the French professors. The boycott movement has spread to French students. Free French circles added, and at present thousands of French "Aryan" students are boycotting classes where the Jewish professors and lecturers have been replaced by pro-Nazi Aryans." TIME BOMB KILLS THREE TEL AVIV POLICE OFFICIALS Tel Aviv (WNS)—The aroused community of this all-Jewish city demanded speedy action against those responsible for the time bomb explosion last week which took the lives of three police officials, including Deputy Superintendent of Police Shlomo Shiff. A special session of the Tel Aviv Municipality was held this week to discuss measures necessary to prevent future acts of terrorism. In addition to Superintendent Shiff, who was killed instantly by the exploding bomb. Police Inspector G. Y. Turton and Constable Nachum Goldman died during the week of injuries sustained at the time of the mysterious blast. The three police officers were buried with full police honors, with Palestine government representatives and Jewish leaders in attendance. Mayor Rokach described the bombing as a "vile outrage" and the Tel Aviv Municipality urged the population to aid police officials in "uprooting this evil." The Hebrew press joined in, condemning the act of terrorism. OFFICIALS ARE DISAPPOINTED OVER CAMPAIGN Although getting off to an enthusiastic start, the campaign results of the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive were disappointing, Federation officials staled. Latest figures announced that Wednesday night's gathering, scheduled to close the campaign, showed $102, 244 had been pledged, more than $20,000 less than was raised last year and $57,000 shy of the campaign goal. ANTI-SEMITIC CAMPAIGN IN FRANCE SAID A FAILURE FUND LEADERS ARE CROSS WINNER DONATES MEDALS T O COMMITTEE DR. GLUECK NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF U. A. H. C. Cincinatti (W N S)—Appointment of Dr. Nelson Glueck, noted scholar and archaeologist, as executive director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations has been announced here by Adolph Rosenberg, chairman of the board. Dr. Glueck will assume his new duties on July 1st. New York (W N S)—Siegfried Cussell, a Jewish sub-lieutenant who fought for Germany from 1914 to 1918. winning the coveted Iron Cross and two other medals, this week donated his medals to President Roosevelt's Birthday Committee to be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Once a prosperous business man in Hamburg, now a refugee, Mr. Cussell explained: "I hate Hitler and I hate Fascism. I will gladly fight against Germany if they will take me. I will do any kind of war work. I am an old war horse and maybe I could be useful." The German Jewish world war veteran came to this country, accompanied by his family and 92year-old mother, in 1938. He expects to become an American citizen in the near future. Recently, he wrote to President Roosevelt: "I thought that maybe my contribution in the form of the decorations for bravery would find somebody who would exchange these medals for a nice tall check to fill the chest of the Infantile Paralysis Fund. I wanted to do my share in stamping out this terrible plague besides the small contributions made already." London (W N S)—An official memorandum submitted to Marshal Petain by one of his closest advisors disclosed that the Naziinspired anti-Semitic campaign in un-occupied France has failed because of the great hesistance of the French people, according to authoritative Free French circles here. These circles, who came into j possession of a copy of the official | report, said that the anti-Jewish | efforts of Nazi party members I and a clique of French Quislings | have made little impression on the general population. DEFENSE COUNCIL TO HAVE EXHIBIT ATREDLANDSFETE DR. NACHUM GOLDMAN Chairman Executive Committee American Jewish Congress The showing caused unanimous action to be taken in the closing rally to extend the campaign for one week, a reworking of all cards that need attention and a definite effort that every prospect be contacted. Monday's luncheon was addressed by Mrs. Moses Epstein of New York, past national president of Hadassah (1937-1939) and present national chairman of the Youth commission of Hadassah. the women's Zionist organization of America. An especially gifted speaker with a keen understanding of contemporary Jewish problems, a rich background of history, Mrs. Epstein's vivid, dynamic personality through her remarks stimulated interest in (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) TRUST FOUNDATION TAKES OVER YIDDISH DAILY PAPER New York (WNS) — The Day, New York Yiddish daily established in 1914 by the late Herman Bernstein, will henceforth appear under the auspices of a public trust foundation, it was announced this week by Louis Lipsky, president of the Eastern Life Insurance Company, who will head the foundation. Associated with Mr. Lipsky as vice president and managing director is Morris Margulies, former secretary of the Zionist Organization of America. Dr. Samuel Margoshes, associated with The Day for more than 20 years, will continue as editor-in-chief. Profits which may accrue from the publication will be used for Jewish public purposes, it was announced. While Mr. Lipsky and Mr. Margulies have been identified largely with Jewish organizational work in recent years, both are former newspapermen. "This is everybody's war! Every man, woman and child in the United States is in danger, and everything we hold dear is at stake. We MUST win. People must forget 'Business as Usual' and turn their entire strength and energy to the business of winning the war," was the statement issued by the Dade County Defense Council this week. "Morale" means being ready to face the worst possible disasters one can imagine and to go all out to win. Already many people have had their peace-time jobs wiped out. Salesmen have nothing to sell— no cars or tires to take them to their customers. Dairies, department stores, bakeries, laundries cannot make the deliveries which customers have grown to expect, because of the tire shortage. The Red Cross, Dade County Defense Council and the school board have made plans to teach people new jobs and new skills which are useful to the war effor The Red Cross teaching program is well under way, and the Vocational School is teaching many trades. People who have (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) New York (WNS)—More than 400 leaders of Jewish Federations, welfare funds and community councils throughout the United States will gather at the Drake Hotel in Chicago Saturday night to attend the opening session of the ninth annual general assembly of the Council jjf Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. Stanley C. Myers, past president and chairman of the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, and Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual head of Beth David Congregation and member of the executive committee of Federation, will be the official delegates from this city to the assembly. Also attending are Baron deHirsch Meyer, city councilman of Miami Beach and vice president of Federation, and Sadye G. Rose, executive secretary of the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Meeting for the first time since the United States entered the war. the representatives of the Council's 219 member agencies in 183 cities will discuss methods of gearing their social welfare programs to meet the needs of the country's victory program. In a special pre-assembly mes(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) 410 JEWS FREED ZAGREB NOW COMPLETELY TUDENREIN.' NAZIS REPORT Istanbul (W N S)—The nazi press reported with obvious satisfaction this week that as a result of concentrated anti-Jewish campaigns the important city of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, is now completely "judenrein." All synagogues, Jewish institutions and offices of Jewish organizations have been taken over and converted for pro-Nazi purposes, the report added. At the same time, the Nazi press reported that the spread of the typhus epidemic to the Nazi puppet state of Croatia has made it necessary for Nazi authorities there to lift the ban on Jewish doctors. Shortly after the Nazi occupation, all Jewish doctors were forbidden to treat non-Jewish patients and only a small percentage of the Jewish physicians was permitted to continue practice. Faced with an acute shortage of doctors, Nazi officials in Croatia this week ordered the release of all Jewish doctors from concentration camps and announced that Jewish doctors will be mobilized to help check the spread of the dreaded epidemic. BY SERB FIGHTERS Istanbul (WNS) — A thrilling story of how a band of Serbian guerilla fighters, commanded by a Jewish officer formerly in the Yugoslav army, released 410 Jews from a Nazi concentration camp in occupied Yugoslavia was described this week by a Serbian refugee. The guerilla fighters during the night invaded the Nazi concentration camp for Jews near Dvernik, Serbia, overpowered the Nazi guards, and conveyed the Jewish prisoners, many of them women and children, to safety in territory now in control of the guerillas. The refugee said that Yugoslav Jews were playing an important part in the guerilla warfare against the Nazi forces of occupation. Many of the bands are led by Jewish officers. The Jewish guerillas have resumed publication of their own Yiddish newspaper, he reported. PROFS. KALLEN, MICHAEL TO HEAD NEW TRUSTEES BOARD New York (WNS)—Professor Horace M. 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PAGE SIX Jewlstfhoridian FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942 BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5/ In Mcmoriam The unveiling of a monument in memory of the late Leon Rosenblatt will take place Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Friends are asked to attend. Daughters of Israel Our Daughters of Israel and Men's Division will meet in the Community Building this Saturday night at 8 o'clock. The good news of the purchase of a lot for the erection of a modern ritualarium will be presented. Reports from committees will be tendered. A Mclaveh Malkeh will follow upon the business meeting. Every man and woman is invited. The principal speaker at last week's meeting was the wellknown Rabbi S. Rubin of New York radio fame. Mixrachi Palestine Night The Miami Beach Mizrachi is sponsoring a greater Miami Palestine night to be held at our Community Building this Sunday night at 8 o'clock. All shades of Zionists are asked to come. Admission price is nominal. The refreshments committee includes M. Feit. Mrs. I. Miller. Mrs. Rosenberg, Mrs. A. R. Berow. Mrs. L. Adlerbloom. On the program committee are Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Mrs. I. Brenner, and oth. ers. TEMPLE ISRAEL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) A beautiful program of music and entertainment has been prepared. We want you to come and enjoy Chamisho Ossor B-Shvat. Mrs. Maxwell Hyman; cafeteria, Mrs. Harold B. Spaet, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon, Mrs. Morris Plant; cold drinks, Mrs. Frank A. Perlman and Mrs. Harry V. Simons; jellies, Mrs. Herman Wronker and Mrs. Jessie Zucker; sewing and hand-mades, Mrs. Samuel Katz; general merchandise wheel, Mrs. Sam Luby and Mrs. M. Ross; raffle, Mrs. J. Jacobs; defense stamps, Mrs. Isaac Levin; secretary, Mrs. Herbert A. Simon; treasurer. Mrs. Harry Nevins; tickets, Mrs. Frank Coret, Mrs. G. L. Mendelson, Mrs. Walter Bronston; chairmen, Mrs. J. G. Lewis, Mrs. Jan Jacobs. Temple Youth Group Young people in the congregation above the age of 16 are extended a cordial invitation to attend a Youth Group meeting, to be held on Sunday evening, February 1st, at 8:00 p. m. A most interesting quiz program will feature Miss Ruth Wolkowsky, pianist. Dancing will follow the meeting and refreshments will be served. 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: OFFICIALS ARE DISAPPOINTED R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS* SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Gould*. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Recently departed: Rebecca Wolkowsky. mother of I. Wolkowsky; Florence Kurlander, mother of Julian Kurlander: Tillie Weil Adler. mother of Mrs. F. Friedman; Abe W. Winston, husband of Mrs. Bertha Winston; Mendel Cromer, husband of Mrs. Florence Cromer. Yahrzeits: Charles Kosing, father of Mrs, H. I. Homa; Anna Bernstein, mother of Jack Bernstein; Bernhard Wertheimer, father of Adolph Wertheimer; Leah Simons, mother of Harry V. Simons; Harry M, Barg, husband of Mrs. Hazel Barg; Rebecca Woolf Bonwit. mother of Walter B. Bonwit; Solomon Sperling, father of Nathan Sperling; Esther Sher, mother of Mrs. S. C. Levenson. Mrs. J. L. Jacobstein and Mrs. Anna Gordon; Abraham Richter, father of Jos. A. Richter; Alex Kleiman, father of Herbert E. Kleiman. The floral offering of last week was presented in memory of Rachel S. Kaufman. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) Jewish education. Zionist idealogy and in the present Federation campaign through which these fields obtain aid. At the Miami Beach Center Wednesday evening, a capacity crowd approximating 600 people heard Dr. Nachum Goldman, eminent Jewish statesman, publicist and member of the Jewish Agency Executive for Palestine and the Executive Committee of the American Jewish Congress, deliver an inspiring address filled with facts and first-hand on the scene observations. Discussing world conditions and the Jewish problem, Dr. Goldman, formerly representative to the League of Nations and universally regarded as one of the foremost diplomats among the Jewish people today, instilled the capacity audience of Federation minded individuals with the importance of the community's position and responsibility in the world scheme and the necessity for Federation having a successful drive. Following Dr. Goldman's address. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel addressed the gathering and asked that the FedCONGREGATION BETH DAVID (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) mother. May~her soul deserv ingly be bound up in the bond of eternal life. In Memorium 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: Moshe Zaev, son of Louis Markowitz; Ehyohu. father of Herbert Kleinman; Glicka. mother of Mrs. Hillman; Yitzchok. father of Mrs. David Brown; Dovid, in memory of David Afremow; Ahron Shloma, husband of Ida Marcus; Sorah Bayleh. mother of Mrs. S. J Pallott; Ester, mother of Jacob Scher; Chaim, father of Sol. Rotfort. Sisterhood Beth David Sisterhood will hold its annual Pre-Purim Ball Sunday evening, February 22 at their newly-decorated auditorium. Mrs. Isidor Cohen, general chairman, and her committee, are making plans as in the past years, to make this their outstanding affair. We strongly urge all members, friends and the general public to aid us in this constructive work. Call the office, 2-1473, Mrs. I. Cohen. 2-2193, or Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, ticket chairman, 2-0835, for your tickets. BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO HOLD ANNUAL CLASSIC IT LIKES YOU BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 5-1317 MRS. MOSES EPSTEIN National Chairman of the Youth Commission of Hadassah ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Delicious Salami Weiners Corned Beei Pastrami Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call PEARL BROS. Sole Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 eration campaign be extended in view of the information given them by the guest speaker. The suggestion was unanimously accepted and additional unsolicited prospect cards were distributed. Plans for the coming week were discussed and tram captains will be kept in contsant touch with campaign information. "Local agencies and their membership must realize that they have a major responsibility in seeing that this campaign is a success and that the quota for the budgetary requirements is reached. This responsibility is theirs because they are on the scene and their activities are a requisite in order for the ground to be covered." Day J. Apte chairman of the 1942 campaign stated. He continued, saying that, "Anything less than reach, mg the goal will affect all of the participating agencies but more so those locally by virtue of the fact that their channels of fund raising are limited" The first running of a new annual greyhound racing classic named the Traffic Officer Memorial, will be staged Saturday night. January 31st at the Biscayne Kennel Club. This event is expected to become an early season feature of equal importance to the annual Biscayne Derby run each year as the climax of the season. Elimination races to determine the field that will compete in this big race will be held on Thursday preceding the event. Elimination tests will be run over the 5-16ths mile route and the Memorial will be over the longer Biscayne course. Traffic Officer was owned and raced by Art Wilson whose string is now racing at Biscayne. Traffic Court and My Laddie are the most famous of Traffic Officer's offsprings and the sires of many MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAOE S) Constitution A new constitution has been adopted and ratified at the most recent membership meeting of the Miami Beach Jewish Center, which provides for a progressive plan of governing the Center. President Frankel's Dinner Reservations are Oelng made for the president's dinner in honor of M. H. Frankel dated for Washington's Birthday at the Grossinger Hotel. Leo Robinson, chairman of the arrangements committee, announces that a very fine and elaborate program of music, entertainment and dancing has been arranged in connection with the dinner and that the affair will be outstanding in the social season of Jewish Miami. Hyman Herman, Paul Grossinger, Mrs. Helen Schoenfield, Mrs. Meyer Berman, Abraham Halperin, Herman Berk, Joseph A. Berman constitues the remaining members of Mr. Robinson's committee. Cemetery Consecration The Miami Beach Jewish Center invites the community to attend the consecration of its newly acquired Mount Nebo Cemetery at West Flagler Street and 53rd Avenue. Flagler Memorial Park, on Sunday, February 15th afternoon. It will be an impressive, unique and holy occasion. All the city's cantors have been invited to participate in the ritual ceremony, and invitations have been extended to all the Jewish organizations and congregations of Greater Miami to lend their presence to the occasion. Sisterhood The Sisterhood held last Tuesday night a unique cultural quiz program at which Rabbi Leon Spitz served as the expert on Jewish Information Please. Mrs. A. Kaufman of the choir sang. Leo Robinson delivered a brief address, and refreshments were served by Mrs. Fishbein and her committee. A group photo of the Sisterhood board was taken. Mrs. Ben Marbach, cultural chairman, presented the program and Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, president, presided. New York (WNS)—One of the oddest war sidelights has been the violent intrusion of Nazi ?L gS racm S thls sea-j race theories into chess, accordI ing to the magazine Newsweek. W HEAR BETTER WITH EXCLUSIVE VACUUM TUBE FEATURES BALANCED TONE RANGE • INDIVIDUALLY FITTED • NO DISTURBING DISTORTION FINGER TIP CONTROL. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1942 vJmisti ftcridfiam PAGE THREE KING'S.. KOMMENTS 0 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian 'Tis a big job he's got And responsibility a lot He started out all right Working with all his might The structure with the loose ends Has many a place he could mend But this he must remember That the whole will he dismember If right now—he doesn't vow To till that gap—shut that yap That group needs that spark For it to hit its mark 'Tis true 'tis not the only thing But is one to which they cling So if have it must they You pres must find a way It's a ticklish situation Filled with much damnation Because you're darned if you do or you don't King challenges—either you will or you wont. King was told and appropriately to "He who runs away lives to fight another day" quite true quite true Several Miamians are in for quite a surprise King says advisedly the heat they're applying might soon be wanning their own seats. The president of one of our organizations with several months of the term to go plans a resignation shortly. Third handed to King comes the information that in the present Federation drive, the cause lost a lot of money when two of the workers each offered a rather sizeable contribution rather than make the solicitation of the cheap skate in one of the suburbs And with relatives active in the campaign The result the pledge was much less than the total the workers offered and the party can afford it. Mr. and Mrs. P. Puchkoff, 1130 S. W. 9th Street will be hosts at a celebration for the Tarbuth Hebrew Culture League to be held Sunday, February 1st at 2:30 p. m. A chamisho osor bishvat celebration will be the theme. The Hebrew author, Mr. A. Epstein, will be among the guests. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, president of the league, will preside. Members of the Miami community interested in Hebrew culture are cordially invited. • e e Miss Esther Blankenberg will review the book "Lawrence Tarrow" written by Irvin Stone bebore the Spinoza Forum Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Monday morning at 10:30 Edward Clarke of the University of Miami will speak on the "Life and Work of Brahms". Tuesday evening at 8:15 Mrs. Lillian Krieger Burton will review Pierre Van Paassen's book, "That Day Alone." • • • Sunday, February 1st, at 8:30 ami Jewish Orthodox Congregap. m., the Ladies Auxiliary, Mijongg party at the Talmud Torah tion, will sponsor a card and mah Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd Street, commemorating the Feast of the New Year of the Trees in Palestine. Refreshments will be served traditional to this holiday. Mrs. L. Kleber is chairman of this event and the proceeds will benefit the Talmud Torah fund of the organization. IIAlHi FEIIEILVL OP MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 I. M. UPTON, President For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To DOUGLAS MILLER TO SPEAK AT MIAMI EDISON FEB. 4TH .INSUREDg ,V. $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation The inside story of Hitler and Hitlerism, and how they affect the American Businessman, will be told here when the author of "You Can't Do Business With Hitler" speaks at the Miami Edison High School, 8:30 p. m., Wednesday, February 4th. The speaker will be Douglas Miller, for 15 years commercial attache at the U. S. Embassy in Berlin. His Miami lecture has been arranged by the PanAmerican League for the benefit of its scholarship, educational and defense funds. With special appeal to all businessmen, Miller's lecture will describe Hitler's plans for dividing the United States into small, independent countries for commercial profit. He will tell how the Nazi barter system works and how Nazi workers are frozen to their jobs in a system no better than feudal serfdom, according to Mrs. Clark Stearns, president of the Pan-American League. Other highlights of Miller's lecture will deal with the blackmailing of American firms and how private property has become a meaningless phrase in Germany today. Thoroughly versed in a knowledge of Hitler and Hitlerism, Miller has served with the U. S. department of commerce as chief of the Western European division, and has done relief work in Siberia. Tickets are available in Miami at the headquarters of the League, 649 Ingraham Building, and at Cordelia's Book Shop, 34 S. E. 1st Street, and in Miami Beach at Morris Brothers and Doubleday Doran Book Shop. I B'nai B'rith Notes BY AL GREEN Geneva (WNS)—The Rumanian government has taken steps to erect ghettos for Jews in Russian cities now occupied jointly by the Rumanian and Nazi armies. If you know any aliens, please tell them to contact Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, for information on the new registration of aliens of enemy nationalities, which begins on Feb. 9. Council House is located at 1427 N. E. Bayshore Place, Miami. GflLfl COIMT I SOPRANO JULIUS IMS COMPOSER PIANIST MONDAY, FEB. 2nd MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM auspices GREATER MIAMI ZIONIST COUNCIL proceeds JEWISH NATIONAL FUND By SAM SILVER Guest Columnist It once again becomes my pleasure to write the B'nai B'rith column. Our columnist, Brother Al Green, is in Chicago attending a "big butter and egg men's" convention. The current project of Sholem Lodge is the presentation of William L. Shirer, noted author and news analyst, on Saturday evening, February 21st, 1942, at 8:30 o'clock. Mr. Shirer will speak at the Miami Edison High School auditorium, 6101 North West Second Avenue, on that evening. Admissions are $2.20, tax included, for reserved seats, and $1.65, tax included, for general admission. This affair is being given for the sole benefit of the South Florida Crippled Children's Hospital. All of the net proceeds will be donated to that institution. The Crippled Children's Hospital is something very near and dear to our hearts and is a local project, so let's get together and make the Shirer affair a big success. Incidentally, Mr. Shirer is the author of "Berlin Diary," which was a best seller, and is a radio news commentator for the Columbia Broadcasting System. He is one of the keenest news analysts of the day, and will no doubt tell us many things concerning the war and world conditions which we can not hear on the air or read about in the papers. He is definitely worth while hearing. While I have this opportunity as financial secretary of the Lodge I wish to advise you that dues for 1942 must be paid by all brothers immediately. The Lodge program for the year requires more money than ever befort because of the chaotic conditions prevalent in the world today, and B'nai B'rith must play its part in this great struggle. I understand that a goodly number of the brothers registered as "Minute Men" under the National Defense Council, at the Dade County Armory last week. Congratulations, fellows. That is the type of spirit we must display in this crisis. I am sure that it will interest you to know that the A. Z. A. chapters have registered 100 per cent for National Defense. Each chapter recently elected excellent officers for the coming year, and B'nai B'rith wishes them a successful year. Tickets for the Shirer Affair may be obtained at the office of Brother Abe Aronovitz, chairman, telephone 3-7769. Call early and avoid the rush. Don't forget the time and place: 8:30 p. m., February 21st, at the Miami Edison High School auditorium. KEEP 'EM FLYING—Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps, and pay your Lodge dues! Information is being sought of Rosalyn Girsch, or Gersch, who has failed to communicate with her parents, Nathan and Dora Singer, living in New York, since 1940, as a result of which they are anxious to learn of her whereabouts. Mrs. Girsch, who is believed to be in Florida with her husband, Edward Girsch. was born m New York City on March 5th, 1916. is 5 ft tall, weighs 135 pounds, has blonde hair, brown eyes. Anyone aware of Mrs. Girsch's location is requested to communicate with the National Desertion Bureau, 67 West 47th Street, New York City. DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry PEOPLE S^t^jf^^^SpCOMPAJVY Hollyvnd Ft. llliiriili %  !• %  Hill SERVING FLOKIOAS FINEST AMERICAN JEWISH DIN Mi r inirir,n I4*CIUNS*VI Vir IRIECillS :^;.s ;^c"7r:.ir* 11 B1 a 1 -• '^'^j^^^g^BSfeafefc I



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PAGE EIGHT +Jen 1st ncrkfian FRIDAY. JANUARY 30. 1942 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The "Y" in Defense TheU.S.O dance held last Saturday night attracted a capacity crowd of soldiers, sailors and marines. The feature of the evening was a comedy skit under the direction of Mrs. Molka Reich and a cast of talented players. The next dance for service men will be held on Saturday evening, February 7 and will be a Pre-Valentine dance. The feature of this event will be an amateur show directed by Mrs. Pearl Reisman. Mrs. Ida Optner, one of our hostesses, will give a prize to the most popular soldier or sailor of each base. More details will be given next week. Mrs. Harry Hacker, hostess-inchief, requests all girls over 18 years of age who desire to attend this dance to communicate with the "Y" so that they may be given a card of admission. No one is admitted without such card. Red Cross classes under the direction of Mrs. Essie Schaffer were started on Monday morning at 9:30. Mrs. Schaffer teaches seven classes at the "Y" with a total attendance of over two hundred persons. Boy Scouts The week of February 8 to 12 will be observed at National Boy Scout Week. The major feature of this celebration will be special Scout services to be held in cathedrals, churches and synagogues throughout the country, emphasizing the twelfth Scout law—"The Scout is Reverent." In Miami, Scout Sabbath will be observed on Friday, February 6, at the Beth David Synagogue where the Y. M. H. A. Troop No. 6 of Boy Scouts will be the guests and will participate in the services. Rabbi Max Shapiro will preach a Scout sermon. On Sunday, February 8, Scout week will be celebrated at the Y. M. H. A. clubrooms where a program of interesting events will take place. More details ne.xt week. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE Y. W. H. A. Women's Craft Class The first class in Arts and Crafts for adult women for the season will take place next Wednesday afternoon at 2.30 oclock. This class will be under the direction of Edgar Copp, workshop instructor at the "Y." All adult women are invited to take part in this project. Mrs. Sam Schaffer is chairman. Valentine Dance Mrs. Pearl Reisman, chairman of the dance committee which will be held on Sunday, February 15. announces that a great deal of interest is being shown by the members and friends. Many surprises are in store. Further details will be given later. Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of the Book of the Month Club, announces that Isaac Joffe will review the book on the Life of Theodore Hertzl on Wednesday, February 18. Mrs. Dobrin will be a guest speaker. Al Berkys' Defeat Schwartxs' Marty Milstein Scores High Set At the conclusion of three close games, the Al Berkowitz's replaced the Harry Schwartz's to take over the leadership in the Y. M. H. A. Duck Pin League. The Schwartz's had led the league for sixteen consecutive weeks. They ran up against a better team now and will be glad to let the pressure remain on the Al Berkowitz's for a couple of weeks. There arc only five more weeks remaining and anything most probably will happen. Marty Milstein. besides being the high individual leader of the "Y" tournament, gathered new honors when he totaled a 363 set to top Hal Berkowitz, the previous high set leader, by two pins. Come out and cheer your favorites for the next sessions. AUGUST STUDIO ol Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & SUp Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. Miami Beach Florida Rattan Furniture lor Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION OWNED AND OPERATED BY LOCAL DAIRYMEN • e—Sealed in Cellophane for your protection PREFERRED BY THOUSANDS—MAY WE SERVE YOU? Phon* MIAMI 2-7696-FT. LAUDERDALE 613 for GRADE "A" PASTEURIZED MILK CREAM SWEET CREAM SWEET CREAM BUTTER SALT BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE BUTTERMILK SOUR CREAM SOY ACIDOPHILUS We Sincerely Believe That There I* No Better Dairy Product Than HOME MILK sage, Sidney Hollander, president of the Council, stressed the importance of the first wartime assembly of federation and welfare fund representatives and urged American Jewish leaders to strive for unity and harmony of purpose in 1942. Tracing the history of the Council since its organization in 1932 with a membership of 16 federations, Mr. Hollander .reviewed the achievements of the last decade and expressed confidence that the 1942 assembly would develop policies which will aid American Jewish community organizations in making a maximum contribution to the nation's war effort. The Chicago assembly, Mr. Hollander said, will study the effects of the war on current Jewish programs for relief and reconstruction overseas and in Palestine, refugee needs in this country, national and local phases of civic protective programs, and problems of fund-raising and budgeting in local communities. The opening session on Saturday night will be devoted to a discussion of "Welfare Programs on a War Basis." Mr. Hollander will open the assembly and Samuel Markell of Boston, chairman of the General Assembly Program Committee, will introduce the assembly program. Speakers at this session will be Harris Perlstein. president of the Jewish Charities, Chicago; Amos Deinard, board member, Federation for Jewish Service, Minneapolis. Leon Sunstein, president of the Jewish Welfare Fund. Philadelphia, and William J. Shroder of Cincinnati, chairman of the Council's board of directors. The second general session, Sunday morning. February 1st. wlil deal with "War-Time Programs of Federations." Other general assembly features will be a review of the status of the civic protective programs, a discussion of fund-raising problems in 1942, with particular regard to the war situation and "Information Please" sessions on national, overseas, Palestinian and refugee agencies. STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) Klemperer, the great conductor who now shows not even the slightest trace of ever having been ill And to Rabbi Joshua Goldberg, on becoming a Naval Chaplain ... As well as to Mrs. R. S. Hoffman, former Philadelphian, for a splendid medical laboratory experimental job done in Palestine We hope it proves to be a great discovery. M. G. Stolz, assistant secretary of the International Federation of Trade Unions, deserves much of the credit for the organization of refugee workers in Britain Stolz, a native of Czechoslovakia, had been in Paris till the collapse of France, and then fled to England, where he has been working in close collaboration with Sir Walter Citrine, British labor leader We don't hold with these rumors that Governor Herbert H. Lehman of New York is planning to resign from his post and return to the U. S. Army, i n which he holds the rank of Colonel We've always known that Dr. David de Sola Pool, rabbi of New York's Spanish-Portuguese Synagogue is a man of mind, so we weren't surprised when he exhibited rare presence of mind on a recent occasion when, while he was delivering an address, a large chunk of plaster dropped from the ceiling ... Dr. Pool is reported to have gazed at the mess thoughtfully for a moment, and then to have observed: "Ah, a new kind of heckler!" NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN Lee Mason, commentator on Station WKAT, will speak on "The Place of the Jew in a Changing World," at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women on Friday, Jan. 30, 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks Club, 720 West Ave. The consumers' welfare committee, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Marcus, will present Mrs. Helendeen Dodderidge, senior administrative assistant in Consumers' Counsel Division, United States Department of Agriculture, who will address the Forum on costs of living in relation to the war. J~~ is the BEST.' Owned Springs THOUSANDS ENJOY UNCLE SAM'S MECCA '£€4€/4<# X parfTX ARKANSAS Convenient to all thrilling •etivHi. the Eartman otters beautiful rooms and suites, it own private *ark, a government controlled bathhouse under ^ &f n .Y• 00f, a J nd t ,od 9 on L* Hamilton tor stMbfnm and other gala events. Daily rates from $250... wrife tor descriptive Kg* WALTER E. DAVIS. Manager EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS '. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 30. 1942 Jewlsti tkyrkJittn PAGE SEVEN FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William L Boxermam MIAMI ZIONIST COUNCIL TO PRESENT CONCERT FEB. 2ND The Greater Miami Zionist Council will present a concert of song and piano, Monday evening, February 2nd, at 8:30 o'clock in the auditorium of the Miami Saul Rabino, an artist of international note and until recently a resident *6f California where he settled upon his arrival in this country in 1922, is a visitor in Miami Beach. Stressing imaginative drawings and lithograph, his work has covered the United States and is noted for the reflection of Jewish sensitiveness and the depiction of the tragedy, a trait of the Jewish race. Mr. Rabino has with him a collection of his paintings and a group of portfolios containing sets of lithographs which have won him much recognition. With this material he plans an exhibit in this area and looks forward to opening a permanent studio here and making Miami his home. He is a guest at the Shoreland Hotel, Miami Beach. DEATHS Mrs. Rebecca Wolkowsky, 762 N. W. 7th Street Road, a pioneer Miamian, passed away this week at her home following a short illness. Surviving her are three sons, Isaac, Frank and Joseph of Miami and a brother, Frank Lcvinsky of Key West. Burial took place Tuesday at the Miami City Cemetery with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. S E A B O SPEEDS MEN'S CLUB TO FEATURE A TALK BY DR. JAN MASARYK Dr. Jan Masaryk, former Czechoslavakian ambassador to the United States and now ambassador to England, son of Dr. Thomas Masaryk, the former professor at the University of Chicago, founder and first president of the Czechoslavakian republic, will address a forum open to the public, free of charge, under the auspices of the Men's Club of Temple Israel at the Temple on Tuesday evening, February 3rd. His subject will be "Civilization In Peril." 19 HRS.. 40 MINS. to Washington on the ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL Over 2 hour* faster than last Reason. 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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engago business under the fictitious name of REISMAN WHOLESALE BUTCHKHS, Intend to register the said tends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. EL.TE MKNDET. REISUAN MRS. ANNIE REISMAN 1/3-16-23-SO 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of LEFROY JKWEI-RY STORE at 188 E. Flagler St., Miami, Florida. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad* County. Florida. & EISENBERG 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of OOODE PIE CO. Intends to register the Bald name with the Clerk of th* Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HYMAN GOTTESMAN SAUL MERINGOFF 1/1623-30 2/6-13 _____ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of COLLINS PARK HOTEL,, intend to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, F1 rlda JONAS GREE.VWALD DAVID ROSNER 1/16-28-30 3/6^18 Dirty Laundry The airing of family laundry is never pleasant And it was far from pleasant to see the Jewish owner of a Miami Beach apartment house Meridian Avenue, bring charges against a 59-year-old orthodox Jewish rabbi in city court for "conducting a public nuisance" by holding services in a nearby garage Thousands of Greater Miami nonJews were treated to a news story in the Miami Herald in which one Jew accused another of "creating and maintaining a nuisance by causing loud, offensive, unnecessary noise' in the conduct of religious rites. Incidents like this at times almost cause us to think we are beating our heads against a stone wall in trying to build good-will for the Jew The day may come, we hope, when individual Jews will realize how all of our constructive efforts may be undone by the thoughtless action of a single individual member of the community. Some day, members of our community will realize that Jewry, unfortunately, is judged not by its greatest but by the worst of its members And some day, Greater Miami Jewry will learn that situations like the one to which we refer should not be carried into open courts There are other ways to handle internal problems ... If the services had been disturbing tenants of the apartment house at Meridian Avenue and should have been held elsewhere, the Jewish owner should first have contacted the Anti-Defamation League, which is prepared to handle delicate problems without airing them for general public consumption. The ADL is here to help It seeks to build good-will And its workers don't like to see weeks of efforts and constructive work counteracted by a single thoughtless act of an individual who seems to have no concern for the community. Incidentally, it was gratifying at least to hear Judge Daniel P. Galen hold that a man should be able to worship when and where he pleases. Clean Laundry The above-mentioned item came to our attention just as we were in one of our happier moods And this put a damper on it We were just getting ready to recount a story which reached us via Maurice Grossman, director of the YMHA, who got it from Mrs. Ida Optner, the "mother" of the Miami University MARGUERITE KOZENN Beach Senior High School, 1420 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach. The guest artists will be Marguerite Kozenn, soprano and Julius Chajes, composer pianist. Mme. Kozenn is a former prima donna of leading European Opera Houses, and soloist with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. Harry Sirkin, Jr. of St. Michaels, Md. is visiting here with relatives. Miss Mary Stein of New York is visiting with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. Blumberg. Beth Israel Sisterhood held a card party Sunday night at Schwartzbberg Hall, Mrs. Morris Dubbin was hostess. Mrs. Esther Levine left for Gainesville where she will visit her son, Ira who is attending the University of Florida. Billie Greenstein, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Manuel Greenstein, is recovering after a serious illness. Lillian Duke is convalescing after a recent illness. Mrs. Bartman and son, Joseph are now residing at 817 S. Olive. Mrs. Esther Halpern is now at home following a recent operation at the Good Samaritan Hospital. NOTICE IS HEREBY OrVEN that the undersigned desire to engage in business under the fictitious name of EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO. (not Inc.) and Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court i,, 11,,((. County, Florida. to Dade ____, H HIAJMENFEL.D LENA C. GOLDMAN LILLIAN S. HOFFMAN MINNIE H. LE3NICK HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicants 1/23-30 2/6-13-20 football team Through one of the many students in the habit of making her home a rendezvous, she heard that the YMHA Saturday eve dances for men in the armed forces were making a big hit with boys from nearby camps and building much goodwill among the non-Jewish soldiers and sailors. Last Saturday, some 100 nonJewish soldiers attended One non-Jewish soldier, Mrs. Optner was told, wrote home to his folks NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that that he hadn't liked Jews bethe unders'lgned. desiring to engage in ca use he had never associated FMATTAILOWNQ DRY CLEANwith them before but since rneetING CO. Intends to register the said j n g tnem a t the YMHA dances, court of ,h Da Se e SSaV Florida" !" he "sure thinks they're swell." ALEX STEIN Incidentally, the W. P. A. con1/30 2/6-13-20-27 JULIUS CHAJES National Orchestra in Paris, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and others. Julius Chajes, had a brilliant career as Pianist and Composer in Europe, Palestine and the United States. The entire proceeds of this concert will go towards the Jewish National Fund, which has and at the present time is continuing to reclaim land in the Holy Land for the immediate and future settlement by the refugees of Europe. The treasurer of the concert is Harry Simonhoff Washington (WNS)—To help young peoples who may be thrown out of work on account of war-time material shortages, rationing, priorities and other war-borne economic dislocations, to find new jobs compatible with their skills, talents and abilities, B'nai B'rith's Vocational Service Bureau has published an illustrated manual entitled "Job Letters", which offers concise and practical information, hints and suggestions to young people on when and how to write letters of application for jobs. Prepared by Alexander A. Liverright, executive director of Chicago's Jewish Vocational Service, and reviewed by more than 50 leading personnel men, educators and vocational experts. tributes the orchestra for the affairs, which are open to men regardless of faith The girls attending are carefully chaperoned. A. D. L. Conference Highlights of the Anti-Defamation League conference, planned for February 14th and 15th at the Alcazar Hotel, will be the presence of Richard Gutstadt, A. D. L. national director, and Sigmund Livingston, A. D. L. chairman Livingston is the man who recently received Henry Ford's latest repudiation of anti-Semitism. Both Livingston. and Gutstadt are expected to point up the intensified program of the League caused by America's active entrance into the war and the resultant change in tactics of the subversive organizations in this country. 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