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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 )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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. 6
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
RAISING FUNDS
PLAN APPROVED
A! CHICAGO MEET
Chicago (WNS)A plan recom-
| mending joint fund-raising for all
leading Jewish civic protective
agencies in this country, similar
to that of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, was approved by more than
400 delegates gathered at the
[ninth annual assembly of the
I Council of Jewish Federations
land Welfare Funds.
i This plan, prepared by a com-
Imittee headed by Edgar J. Kauf-
Imann. also recommended a joint
(budgeting of all national pro-
grams for civic protective work
[through the General Jewish
Council which at present is com-
posed of the American Jewish
Committee, the B'nai B'rith and
he Jewish Labor Committee.
The report further recommend-
ed that the allocation of functions
imong defense agencies be de-
veloped by the Jewish General
Council which in turn should be
Enlarged to include the Synago-
gue Council as a constituent body
End representatives of organized
Cities.
The delegates greeted with ap-
plause the acceptance of these
proposals by Carl Sherman of the
American Jewish Congress, Hen-
ry Monsky. president of the B'nai
B'rith and Bezalel Sherman of
Jewish Labor Committee.
The report was referred to the
3oard of Directors of the Coun-
cil, with the understanding that
pie Council was to find immed-
iate means to implement the re-
port.
A report by Maurice B. Hexter.
assistant executive vice-president
of the New York Federation, pre-
sented to a special session, asked
BRITISH GENERAL PRAISES
INDUSTRY IN PALESTINE
L
Cairo (WNS)Industry in Pal-
estine has "lifted the economic
standard of the Middle East,"
General Heyning, former com-
mander of the British forces in
Palestine stated in an address be-
fore the Palestine Industrial Ex-
position. He stressed particular-
ly the contribution of Palestinian
industry toward the war effort.
Orders totaling more than one
million pounds were received by
the Exposition during its six
months existence, mainly for the
needs of the army. The official
Palestine representative of the
Exposition said that it "represent-
ed a new chapter for industry in
Palestine." Among those who
praised the Exposition were King
Farouk and the British minister
in Egypt.
IS NOT
E
DESTITUTE JEWISH CHILDREN
JAM WELFARE INSTITUTIONS
Stockholm (WNS)Jewish chil-
dren have been crowded into
Belgian Welfare institutions in
Antwerp by parents who are un-
able to provide for them as a
result of the stringent restrictions
on Jewish employment and busi-
ness, was revealed here in an ar.
tide attacking Jews, which ap-
peared in the Nazi Dutch paper,
"Volk en Stat."
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
1RUMANIAN PAPER CALLS
IFOR EXPULSION OF JEWS
London (WNS)The official
organ of the Rumanian govern-
Iment, "Porunka Vremi," pub-
lished in Bucharest, issued a de-
lmand for the expulsion of all
iJews now living in Rumania, it
|was reliably reported here.
Evidently not content with its
Irecent move to expel all Jews
jfrom Odessa by May 1st, the Ru-
Inianian authorities have now un-
dertaken, through the agency of
their official newspaper, to cam-
paign for the wholesale dispcr-
Ision of the Jewish population
Jfrom Rumanian territory.
A further demand for the im-
Irnediate razing of Jewish institu-
tions and the burning of Jewish
Isynagogues was made by the
r'Porunka Vremo" as it called for
Itactics similar to those used by
INazi Germany in its attempted
annihilation of the Jews. The
INazi-inspired article concluded
Iits barbarous proposal with the
pope that after the war Rumania
would be left Judenrein.
DEDICATION OF
CIRCLE LYCEUM
BE SUNDAY
FIFTEEN THOUSAND JEWS
ARE IN THE BRITISH ARMY
Chicago (WNS)Fifteen thou-
sand Palestinian Jews are serv-
ing with the British forces in a
voluntary capacity on many
fronts, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver,
national chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal told the closing
sessions of the Council. He point-
ed to this as a measure of show-
lr>g the fighting spirit of Jews.
The formal opening and dedi-
cation of the Workmen's Circle
lyceum located at 25 Washington
Avenue, Miami Beach, will be
held Sunday, February 8th at 6
p. m. The program for the eve-
ning includes a supper, concert
and entertainment. The chair-
man of the evening, Morris Ja-
cobs, will be introduced by J-
Pollack and Hyman Laibson will
be toastmaster. Harry Abels
will be in charge of the English
portion of the program. The ly-
ceum was built filling the need
of the organization for their con-
tinuance of their program both
locally and nationally. The ly-
ceum will be the scene of meet-
ings, lectures, cultural entertain-
ment and forums.
The Workmen's Circle is part of
the national organization which
is more than forty years old. The
group provides their members
with hospitalization insurance
and death benefits in addition to
the cultural program of national
scope. It provides prominent
speakers and artists for these pro-
grams. It has youth and English-
speaking divisions. The local
group takes an active part in the
community activities of a general
nature.
Sunday evening's dedicatory
program includes songs by Miss
Ruth Brotman. piano selections
by Anyuto Melicov. dramatic
skits by Ben Yonkof and Ma-
dame G. Ger.
National officers of the organi-
zation will be present for the
celebration and include: H. Ap-
pelbaum, Savannah. Ga., district
secretary; Alex Robbins, Jack-
sonville, assistant district secre-
tary; and M. J. Merlin, Atlanta,
Ga, past executive secretary.
These officials are all from the
Southeastern District.
URUGUAY SUPPRESSES ONLY
TWO JEWISH NEWSPAPERS
With campaign figures totaling
only $105,000 in the 1942 Greater
Miami Jewish Federation drive, a
special emergency meeting of the
Budget Committee was called by
the chairman, Max Orovitz, for
Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m.
The committee will take into con-
sideration the necessary budget
readjustment because of funds
short of the goal which will ne-
cessarily affect local, national
and overseas participating ag-
encies.
The figure stood at $105,000
despite the fact that more indi-
viduals contributed to the cam-
paign than last year. This was
attributed, by campaign officials
to a decrease of pledges by a
great number of contributors and
the witholding of pledges by
many others. A recontacting
of all individuals who decreased
their pledges is in progress and
also the reaching of those indi-
viduals who previously gave and
this year remained unreported.
The success of this task will make
it possible for the goal to be
reached and workers are still in
the field in an effort to bring
the campaign to a successful con-
clusion. The drive has not been
officially closed and the Special
Gifts Committee is working dili-
gently on several large contribu-
tions.
Campaign officers will publish
a complete report on the drive.
NATION'S MANPOWER WILL
REGISTER FEB. 14, 15 AND 16
Emphasizing that the Selective
Service Registration on Febru-
ary 14, 15, and 16 will complete
the registration of America's po-
tential military manpower. Brig.
Gen. Vivian Collins. State Direc-
tor of Selective Service, pointed
out that it affects every male
resident in Florida between the
military ages of 20 and 45 years,
with a few exceptions made by
Congress.
The requirement. Gen. Collins
explained, is that all male per-
sons not previously registered,
who attained their twentieth
birthday on or before December
31, 1941, and who have not at-
tained their forty-fifth birthday
before February 16, 1942. must
register as of their home address
between 7 a. m. and 9 p. m.
on February 14th. 15th, or 16th.
In other words, all unregistered
men who were born between
February 17. 1897, and December
31, 1921, must register.
Men between 21 and 36 years
of age who registered in 1940 and
1941 are not required to register
again, the general stated.
"HELLSHIP" REPORTED SUNK
BY AN UNIDENTIFIED SUB
Montevideo (WNS)The only
two Jewish newspapers in Uru-
guay, published here for a num-
ber of years, were ordered to
cease publishing by police au-
thorities under the new press
regulations, effective here. Si-
multaneously, it was announced,
that no Yiddish newspapers from
abroad will be allowed into Ur-
uguay.
The Uruguayan government
had previously introduced a bill
in parliament forbidding the pub-
lication of newspapers in foreign
or "exotic languages which are
difficult to control." It provid-
ed that a newspaper could not be
published except in a language
taught in local high schools, un-
less a Spanish translation of all
material was furnished.
A. 0. L
PALESTINE JEWISH GIRLS IN
TRAINING FOR MECHANICS
New York (WNS)The Nave-
mar, Spanish freighter against
which passengers brought suit
for more than $3,000,000 after a
harrowing journey from Seville,
Spain, has been sunk by an uni-
dentified submarine, it was an-
nounced here.
Louis W. Arnold, special com-
missioner in admiralty in Brook-
lyn, who verified the report, stat-
ed that the claims is granted,
would be paid out of the bond of
$866,758 which the Navemar's
owners posted when she left here
Jerusalem (WNS)A contin-
gent of sixty young Palestinian
Jewish women, the first of such
groups, started a six-weeks'
training course for war service as
nurses, cooks, store keepers,
chauffeurs and mechanics. The
course is being given by a staff
of non-commissioned officers of
the Women's Territorial Service,
who arrived here recently from
England.
E
IS URGED LOCALLY
Urging the Dade County De-
fense Council to lose no time in
the complete and immediate pre-
paration of this area for air raid
attack, Lieutenant-Colonel James
E. Lawton, U. S. A., brought
word today that Greater Miami,
together with certain other cities
on the southeastern coast, had
been officially designated as a
region considered vulnerable to
attack. Colonel Lawton has been
assigned by the army to the At-
lanta headquarters of the O. C. D.
and by that headquarters to
Florida. The designation of this
area as vulnerable was made in
Washington by the O. C. D. in
conjunction with officials of the
War Department.
"Everyone is instructed," said
Colonel Lawton, "to see to it, in
each of the critical areas espec-
ially, that no time is lost in com-
pleting all civil defense prepara-
tions, g Good civil defense in
time of attack makes the differ-
ence between relative safety of
life and property and great loss
of both. Since civil defense is,
in each community, a local and
strictly civilian affair, the army
has no responsibility for it and
cannot control its activitiesal-
though the army is ready at all
times to help and to advise local
defense councils. Training should
be conducted here in Miami with
all possible speed. The essential
equipment for the pfoper estab-
lishment of air raid protection
should be acquired as rapidly as
possible."
In the event a local council is
for any reason unable to produce
the results demanded by the urg-
ency of any given situation, the
-Colonel said, it will devolve upon
the State to remedy the difficul-
VISIT IN M1AM
Sigmund Livingston, chairman
and founder of the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith, in
addition to Richard Gutstadt, na-
tional A. D. L. director, will at-
tend the forthcoming conference
and symposium of the Florida A.
D. L. office scheduled for Miami
February 14th and 15th, it was
announced Thursday.
Previously, it had been re-
ported Mr. Gutstadt would attend
but did not name Livingston
when he said a number of pro-
minent members of A. D. L. na-
tional headquarters would also
be at the conference.
Staff members of the Florida
office will describe recent tech-
niques in treating internal Jew-
ish situations with which there
has been considerable experimen-
tation during the past year.
Through the media of movies,
slides and exhibits. Miami Jewry
will have an opportunity to be-
come intimately acquainted with
the nature of the present threats
against American institutions and
the methods to counteract them.
"With the entrance of the
United States into World War II,
the Anti-Defamation League in
many respects faces its heaviest
task and at the same time its
greatest opportunity," Boxerman
said. "Far from reducing mater-
ially the need for its operations,
the war has created new demands
for its service."
Admission to the conference
and symposium on Saturday eve-
ning. February 14th. and Sun-
day morning and afternoon. Feb-
ruary 15th, at the Alcazar Hotel,
is by invitation only. A Sunday
luncheon will be among fea-
tures at the event.
NAZIS ARE WORRIED OVER
SYMPATHY SHOWN TO JEWS
London (WNS)The increas-
ing sympathy of the German peo-
ple for the oppressed Jews has
assumed such proportions that it
is making Nazi leaders highly
nervous, a leading editorial in
the influential Nazi "Swastika
Banier" indicated. The editor-
ial warned all German citizens
who expressed pity or sympathy
for the Jewish population of se-
vere recriminations by the Nazi
police.
Admitting their alarm over the
increased sentiment toward the
Jews, the Nazi paper specifically
urged banks to keep a sharp
watch on all checks issued, and
all money turned over to Jews,
so that those aiding them may
be apprehended by the authori-
ties.
Recently the German police or-
dered the Jews to clear the snow
from the Berlin streets only un-
der sover of darkness, because of
the marked sympathy and help
that they received from passers-
by during the daytime.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)
CANCELLATION OF VISAS IS
DENIED BY U. S. DEPARTMENT
Washington (WNS)A wide-
spread report that the State De-
partment had ordered the can-
cellation of visas to refugees
abroad, was denied here by the
Department through the office of
the HIAS as a baseless and mis-
leading rumor.

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PAGE TWO
* Jen 1st fhridian
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1942
Social
Personals
Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
Sol Blumenkranz has returned
to the city after visiting in New
York.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engel of
Philadelphia arc vacationing at
the Cromwell Hotel, Miami
Beach.

Sid Shane and Tony Adon of
Newark, New Jersey are spend-
ing three weeks at the Barbizon
Hotel, Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabow and
son, Jackie, left this week for
New York after vacationing at
the Habana Hotel. Miami Beach.

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Hozris
of Florence, South Carolina, are
visiting with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Stein of Miami Beach.

Ben Miller of New York City,
brother of Myron Miller. 1636 S.
W. 19th St., arrived in Miami
Beach Thursday for a two week's
vacation.

Miss Rose Goldstein left for
New York after spending a month
on Miami Beach as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, 905 Mi-
chigan Avenue.

Mrs. Milton Herman and
daughters, Muriel, Arline and
Linda, of Lawrence, Long Island.
New York, are visiting on Miami
Beach for the season.

Mrs. Murray Kaufman and
daughters, Mary Ann and Joan,
of Woodmere. Long Island, New
York, are guests at the Milburn
Hotel where they are visiting her
father Mr. Morris Binder and
family.
ANNIVERSARIES
ORGANIZATIONS
Mr. and Mrs. J;iki" Brown. 944
N. W. 2nd Street, pioneer Miami-
ana and formerly active in Beth
David Congregation and other lo-
cal organizations, celebrated thru-
golden wedding anniversary last
week, They had many visitors
who called to extend best wishes
and were the recipients ol tele-
grams of congratulations.
Elaborate plans are being made
by the Miami Chapter of Masada
for the Carnival-Dance to be
held Sunday, February 15th at
Beth David Congregation at 8
p. m. Mr. Robert Miller is gen-
eral chairman of the affair.

A dinner and entertainment
sponsored by Club No. 2 of the
Pioneer Women's Organization
for Palestine will be held Sun-
day evening. February 15th at
6:30 at the Workmen's Circle
Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue.
Miami Beach. Tickets are 75c.
Mrs. Rose Marcus is in charge of
arrangements.

Card and mah jongg party for
the benefit of medical supplies
for the war stricken people over-
seas will be sponsored by the
Monticello chapter of Hadassah
at the Monroe Towers. Miami
Beach. Tuesday. February 17th
at 2 p. m. Tickets may be ob-
tained from the chairman. Mr.
Harry Gertner. 5-9729. or the
president. Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal.
58-1135.

Frieda Markowitz Ladies Aux-
iliary, No. 174 will hold their in-
stallation of officers Tuesday
evening at the Seven Seas Rest-
aurant. Installing officer was
Mrs. Beatrice Wigdor, national
vice president; and toastmistress
was Mrs. Beatrice Shopiro, out-
going president. Officers in-
stalled are Mrs. Ann Brooks,
president; Mrs. Frances Meyer-
son, vice president; Mrs. Pearl
Roth, junior vice president; Mrs.
Shirley Aronesberg, secretary;
Mrs. Kate Marks, treasurer. In-
stallation conductress of the eve-
ning was Mrs. Betty Lcvi. The
daughter's chapter held their in-
stallation of officers the same
evening. Guests of honor pre-
sent at the dinner were William
J. Baros, Harry Farr, Nat Roth
and Jack Green.
MRS. LENA WOLK
of Cleveland. Ohio, and a winter
visitor in Miami Beach for the
past several years, has returned
to the city and assumed an active
part in Pioneer Women's Organi-
zation for Palestine. Mrs. Wolk.
active in Zionist activities, lead
an English speaking branch of
the Pioneer Women during her
stay here.
ORGANIZATIONS
Middle aged woman desires
position as companion to eld-
erly person, or light house-
keeping for couple. Exper-
ienced as practical nurse. F.
Haskell, 209 Ninth Street, Mi-
ami Beach. Ph. 5-4404. Apt. 4.
AL. PFLUEGER, Taxidermist
Mounted Specimens on Sale
"Largest Fish Mounting Plant in the World"
1367 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-1424
A first aid class under the aus-
pices of the American Red Cross
is now being conducted at Morris
Brothers Dept. Store, Miami
Beach. Any one interested is
asked to call Mr. Handelsman, at
5-4631.

Volunteer Surgical dressing
work for the American Red Cross
still continues daily at Richard's
Department Store from 9:30 to
4:30. Many more volunteer work-
are are required to help meet the
large quota assigned to the Mi-
ami chapter. We urge your co-
operation to this cause.

The Sisterhood of the Beth Ja-
cob Congregation will hold its
next regular meeting in the Com-
munity Building, 311 Washington
Avenue. Miami Beach, on Tues-
day February 10th at 8 p. m.
Mrs. B. H. London, president will
preside. Mrs H. Marcus of the
Consumers League will speak on
a timely subject "How to Con-
serve in an Emergency." This
will be followed by varied en-
tertainment.
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from bus depot ^t^gz*^ Churches and
Coral Gables Card Parties
DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH SHOP
PHONE 48-1114 WE DELIVER
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Miami Beach
OPEN 1:45
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NOW SHOWING
THRU MON. FEB. 9
WINCHELL says
"A MASTERPIECE"
LOUELLA PARSONS says
"IT'S TERRIFIC"
You'll say it's one of the
greatest of all time
RICHARD LLEWELLYN'S
MY VALLEY'
With
WALTER PIDGEON
MAUREEN O'HARA
LATE SHOW SAT.
NITE AT 11 P. M.
ORGANIZATIONS
ENGAGED
The Miami Circle of the United
Order True Sisters will meet
February 9th at the Hotel Adams,
21st Street and Park Avenue, Mi-
ami Beach at 2:30 p. m. Mrs.
Rose Baran, past grand president
will preside. Tuesday, February
17th at 2 p. m. the organization
will sponsor an afternoon of
games at the Vanderbilt Hotel,
20th Street and Collins Avenue,
to aid crippled and cardiac chil-
dren. Hostesses will be Mrs.
Jessie Rich. Mrs. Hannah Klein
and Mrs. Eli Cohen.

The Dade Chapter of the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Home
will hold their next meeting on
Wednesday. February 11th, at
1:30 p. m. in the Elk's Lodge, 720
West Avenue. Miami Beach. A
musical program will be heard.
On Sunday. February 8th. at 3
p. m. the chapter honors the
members of the Council of Jew-
ish Women and the National Jew-
ish Congress, when they come to
inspect the Home. 4250 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Hostesses
are Mrs. I. Cohen, Mrs. A. Dreyer
and Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Tag Day,
an annual event on Miami Beach,
will be held by the chapter on
Saturday. February 14th. Small
cracked red hearts will be given
with every coin dropped in a col-
lector's box. Mrs. I. Cohen is in
charge of the event and is being
assisted by a large number of
members.
The engagement of Miss Ger-
trude Hyde, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Hyde of New Or-
leans, to Mr. Ernest M. Gunzberg,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Gunzberg of Richmond, Virginia,
was announced recently. Mr.
Gunzberg, a resident of Florida
since 1937 is executive field di-
rector of the Florida State Re-
settlement Committee. The wed-
ding will take place at a private
ceremony March 1st with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. After
a honeymoon the couple will
make their home in Tampa.
BIRTHS
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-08 28
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rich of
Atlanta, Georgia, announce the
birth of their son on Sunday,
January 25th. Mrs. Rich is the
former Miss Irene Slann of Mi-
ami.

Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz an-
nounce the birth of their son,
David Earl, last Thursday, Jan-
uary 29th, at Jackson Memorial
Hospital. The bris took place
yesterday morning.
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Agencies
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(Foot of Ocean Dr.)
Phone
5-2292
Drink Hall On Premises
Gartenberg & Schechter's
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL
and
strictly Kosher Dining Room
Catering to the General Publio
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942
Jenisti Fhridian
PAGE THREE
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KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
She's smart as a whip
Knows how to guide the ship
In women's groups 'tis hard
The progress not to retard
Touchy and jealous they are
Others hesitate not to mar
Attempt what they can't do
Others that canthey shoo
All want gloryor get sore
Will swear and work no more
She handles them with kid gloves
Keeps them peaceful as doves
Three jobs at a time is quite a lot
But from her duties she shirks not
Stands all alone by herself in a class
A head on her shoulders has this lass
Conscientious that we see
Envious we all should be.
The ability for an individual
to know his place is valueless
and likewise is it priceless
to know and realize one's limi-
tations. This is applicable as
an individual, in business or in
an organizationKing could
say more on the subject but
'twould be more than a {Com-
mentsomething of an editor-
ial and the boss wouldn't like
thatsuffice it to say that it's
rather disgraceful for the Na-
tional headquarters of a nation-
al organization to have to send
a representative to the local
body asking those who have
outgrown the group to leave
quit stunting the growth and
to make room for others who
belonged there.
Worth a chuckle was the one
passed along that transpired at
a meeting of the cemetery assoc-
iation last week during a dis-
cussion about improvement of
the new ground the price of muck
was quoted at 90c a hundred and
one of the group replied"Why
that's cheap as dirt*"
And then there's the presi-
dent who for some reason or
other has no key to the pro-
perty he headsembarrassing
at times.
Despite the over abundance of
organizations there is a new one
in the makingsomething along
the line of the old Friendship
League, active in the late twent-
iesOffice seekers here's your
chance.
London (WNS)Fifteen Jews
were sentenced to death, and
executed by the Nazis in Poland
because they left the ghetto with-
out permission.
DRINK MIL-KAY
MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
CONSECRATION
5301 West Flagler Street
Sunday. Feb. IS at 2:30 p. m.
Full Information Gladly Given
Miami Beach Jewish Center
1415 Euclid Avenue
Telephone 5-4781 and 5-4782
' OP MIAMI
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J. M. LIPTON, President
for Safety, Security
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and Loan Insurance Corporation
Mrs. Rose Gruner Wolfson
passed away Saturday at the
age of 71 following a long illness.
She was the wife of Louis Wolf-
son and mother of Mitchell Wolf-
son, Miami Beach city council-
man and co-owner of the Womet-
co Theatres. Beside her hus-
band and son, Mitchell, Mrs.
Wolfson leaves two other sons,
O. Phil Wolfson of Miami Beach
and Dr. William Wolfson of
Brooklyn, and one daughter, Mrs.
Sidney Meyer of Miami, whose
husband is a partner in the Wo-
metco enterprises.
The Wolfsons same to Miami
from Key West 25 years ago, and
last October celebrated their 54th
wedding anniversary.
Funeral services were con-
ducted Monday at Temple Israel
before a large gathering with
Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Col-
man A. Zwitman delivering im-
pressive eulogies.
Pallbearers were: Max Blum-
enthal, Meyer Speisberger, Ar-
thur Berel, Jack Fink, Morris
Plant, Gordon Davis, Albert
Bernstein, Leonard Abess and
Walter L. Jacobs.
BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO
HAVE ANOTHER SPEED TILT
Another sizzling speed battle
for juvenile supremacy at the
Biscayne dog track will be pre-
sented in the ninth and tenth
races tonight between pups from
the G. W. Hadley and Thies' ken-
nels.
The team of Roanoke Rambler
and Captain Panther, Hadley's
aces, go in the tenth race against
K. C. Byers and a fast field that
includes Glenmar, Rosa, Janice
J Light Bee, and a newcomer,
Paul Shelby. Spring Byington,
a litter sister of K. C. Byers goes
in the ninth race against much
the same field that K. C. de-
feated on Wednesday night.
Captain Panther was elevated
to the features by his impressive
five length win over a "top notch
field. Roanoke Rambler. K. C.
and Spring Byington have
trimmed all the veteran stars up-
on various occasions with the ex-
ception of Sunset Lad, now on the
sick list.
These pups are less than two
years old and made their racing
debut at Biscayne. With the ex-
ception of the Panther the other
three pups have turned in sensa-
tional performances and it will
be a surprise if they fail to make
tne box for the annual derby run
in April. Both races tonight will
be over the futurity distance.
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Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. held
their regular weekly meeting
Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H.
A. The members discussed the
chapter's work in connection
with National Defense and the
Jewish Federation Drive. Re-
ports were also made on Youth
and Democracy Rally which is
scheduled for this month. Ray
Smulin resigned his position as
secretary and Marvin Goldman
was unanimously chosen to suc-
ceed him.

Mrs. J. A. Richter, Mrs.
Charles Greenfield and Mrs. Gor-
don Davis are additional mem-
bers of the committee who are
in charge of the Temple Israel
bazaar, it was announced this
week. The co-chairmen of this
event to be held Feb. 10 and 11 at
Kaplan Hall are Mrs J. Gerald
Lewis and Mrs. Janett K. Jacobs.
A cafeteria supper will be served
both evenings as well as refresh-
ments of all kinds. Members of
the community are invited to at-
tend this gala affair.

The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah will have a
meeting Monday, Feb. 8 at 8 p. m.
at Beth Jacob Congregation. In
addition to a guest speaker, high-
lights of the recent Southeastern
Regional Conference will be given
by Polly Gershon and Sarah
Lightman, delegates. An H. M.
O. program will be presented by
Miss Frances Reiss, chairman.
Details of a very novel member-
ship party to be held Feb. 18 \
will be given by Miss Reggie
Goldstein, membership chairman.

Pierre Van Paassen's latest'
book, "That Day Alone,' will be
reviewed by Mrs. Lillian Krieger
Burton, Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at
the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street
between Collins Avenue and Oc- ]
ean Drive, Miami Beach. This
book-review was scheduled tor
last Tuesday evening and due to
inclement weather it was post-
poned. Next week's program of
the Spinoza Forum includes,
Monday morning, 10:30 a. m. Ed-
ward Clarke of the University of
Miami, lecturing on "The Life
and Work of Brahms" and Tues-
day evening, Dr. Morris Schneer
of New York speaking on "Vita-
mins and Health."

Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold its regular
monthly meeting on Monday,
February 9th at 2:30 p. m. at
the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach.
Board members will meet for a
special session at 12:30 at the ho-
tel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will pre-
side during the business meeting
and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will
present the program. The spec-
ial project to be stressed is the
Youth Aliyah, or immigration of
young boys and girls from Hit-
ler-dominated Europe into the
Jewish Homeland under the
sponsorship of Hadassah. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Sarah R.
Berman, world traveller and
member of the staff of the Ameri-
can Jewish World of Minneapol-
is, who will discuss "The Youth
Movement in the World Today,"
based upon her own observations
in many European countries and
in Palestine. Miss Polly Ger-
shon, member of the Business
and Professional Women's Group
of Hadassah, will report on the
recent regional conference in
Jacksonville.
(Additional Society Page Seven)
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
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* Year pie crusts ire crisp and flaky. 4
Year biscaits are browner and liffttir.
Year sauces aid vegetables are tastier.
Year neat bills are less.
Your, utility bills are fewer.
There are no mere cestly repair bills.
Aid yea have mere beurs for play.
A meal is never late because GAS" gives
"All Weather Service":
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1942
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PAGE FTVK
1415
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, RABBI
1536 Jefferaon Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath eve services Friday at
8 p. m., including bar mitzvah of
Jason Morton.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 p. m.
All day sewing session for the
American Red Cross, British War
Relief Society, Bundles for Brit-
ain, and Bundles for Bluejackets,
Wednesday from 9 to 5.
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday----------------------9 A.M.
Oneg Shabbat---------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday night at 8 o'clock
Rabbi Leon Spitz will speak on
the subject "Was Abraham Lin-
coln a Good Jew?" Cantor Josef
S. Lcngyel will officiate with
the assistance of the Jewish Cen-
ter Choir, directed by Miss Edith
Freeman. On Saturday morning,
Rabbi Israel Elfenbein, formerly
a prominent Brooklyn Rabbi and
now professor at the Bet Midrash
l'Torah of Chicago, will preach
on the Scriptural lesson., as a
guest of the Center. At 10:30 the
children are reminded to attend
and following the services a spe-
cial kiddush will be served to the
children. At the Oneg Shabbos
Rabbi Spitz will preside. Dr.
Bension will be absent from the
city this week end on a visit to
Jacksonville where he will be
guest speaker at the Jacksonville
Jewish Center, his former pul-
pit. M. Gershon will teach his
Hebrew Prophetic Texts class.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood is continuing
its Sunday night socials for men
and women. At these socials re-
freshments are served and all
manner of parlor games, cards,
bridge, man jongg and the like
are played. The Sisterhood com-
mittee are the hostesses. The
Sisterhood is also planning for an
annual Donors Dinner on March
18. At the last meeting held on
Tuesday evening plans were also
perfected for reservations for the
Frankel Dinner Dance on Sun-
day evening, Feb. 22.
Hebrew School Holiday
The conclusion of the first
term of the Hebrew School will
be celebrated this Sunday after-
noon at 3 o'clock in the presence
of all the students, their parents
and friends, in the Center Syna-
gogue Auditorium. The entire
community is cordially invited to
attend the programme which will
consist of Hebrew songs by the
school declamations, and reci-
tations prepared by David Freed-
man. Cantor Lengyel will ren-
der solo selections and will lead
the Hebrew School chorus. Rab-
bi Leon Spitz, the principal, will
preside and inspiring addresses
will be made by Dr. S. Bension,
President Frankel of the Center,
and Abraham Epstein of New
York, well known Hebrew auth-
or and critic. No admission cards
will be necessary.
Memorial Tablets
The Center Memorial Tablets
which have been donated by Hy-
man Berman and Sol and Morris
Weingarten have already been
set up in our synagogue auditor-
ium and will be unveiled at a
beautiful and solemn ceremonial
on Sunday evening, March 8th.
Consecration of Cemetery
The entire community is invit-
ed to the Chinuch Haggeder, the
consecration of the Mount Nebo
Cemetery at West Flagler Street
and 54th Avenue, Miami, on Sun-
day, February 15th at 3 o'clock.
Rabbis and cantors from the sev-
eral congregations in Greater Mi-
ami have been invited to attend.
Solemn exercises and sacred rit-
ual will be on the afternoon's
program. Cars will be available
at the Center for those who do
not own cars.
Center Forum
Professor Israel Elfenbein. for-
merly a distinguished Brooklyn
rabbi and now a professor at the
Rabbinical College of Chicago,
will be guest speaker at the Jew-
ish Center Forum this Monday
evening at eight o'clock. All men
and women are invited to attend
and to participate in the open
discussion which will follow the
lecture.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KEI,T,NER, Rabbi
1823 8 W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor
300 N. W. 16th Avenue
Phone 2-0828
TALMUD TORAH
1645 8. W. Third Street
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
111 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Shachrls ________7:15 a.m.
Second Minyon_________8:00 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p.m.
Maariv-------------------------6:00 p. m.
Pro Patria
We continue this week to bring
greetings and regards from our
soldiers. Today we remember
Corporal Allan Miller, son of Mrs.
Louis Block, 1643 S. W. 7th St.,
who is serving our country at Ft.
Benning Ga. with the 124th In-
fantry.
In the Synagogue
Mincha Services daily com-
mence at 5:50 p. m. and a half
hour before Mincha Rabbi Gluck
teaches the class in Mishna. The
class in Shulchan Aruch conduct-
ed by Rabbi Kellner between
Mincha and Maariv daily will
learn the Laws of Purim starting
next Monday.
The Sholos circle enjoys great
popularity and the donor last
Sabbath was David Rabinovich.
Faculty Meeting
The next meeting of the Sun-
day School faculty will be held
on Tuesday night, Feb. 10th in
the auditorium of the new syna-
gogue. Rabbi Kellner will dis-
cuss the projected program for
the forthcoming Purim play.
Mazel Tov
We are most happy to extend
sincere Mazel Tov greetings to
Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky up-
on the marriage of their daughter
Grace, to Mr. Nathan Straus
which took place in Rabbi Kell-
ner's study last Sunday.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Herbert Ne-
hemiah Geltner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Geltner of 1784 S. W.
5th Street, will be observed in the
synagogue this coming Sabbath
morning. The happy parents take
this means to extend a most cor-
dial invitation to all members
and friends to join with them at
the affair.
Congratulations
The congregation is pleased to
wish sincere mazel tov greetings
to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Snyder of
Coconut Grove upon the birth of
their daughter, Bernice, who was
named in our synagogue last
Monday morning.
Masel Tov
We are pleased to greet Broth-
er Isaac Rosengarten upon the
birth of his grandson who was
born last Thursday. May the
happy parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Schwartz, raise their newbora
child in health, happiness and
good Jewishness.____________
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Friday Night Forum
"Justice" will be the theme of
Rabbi Mescheloff's lecture this
Friday night. Cantor Mamches
will lead in the communal sing-
ing. Come early to be assured of
a seat. Doors open at 7:30 p.
m.; service begins at 8:30 p. m.;
closes at 9:30 p. m.
Guest Speaker
Rev. Meyer Freed, director of
public relations for the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Ye-
shiva College of New York, will
be guest speaker at this Sabbath
morning's services. His subject
will be "Israel and the Torah."
Junior Congregation
A. Loskove, leader, reports a
splendid attendance of children
and young people at our Sabbath
morning service. He welcomes
more students to the Youth Study
group held Saturday at 4:30 p. m.
Minnionaires
For a real thrill visit our Min-
nionaire service held each Sun-
day at 8:45 a. m. Our Sisterhood
serves a communal breakfast for
the young men after the service.
Sisterhood Meeting
Our monthly Sisterhood meet-
ing will be held this Tuesday
evening in our synagogue build-
ing. An interesting program has
been prepared. All our members
and friends are invited.
Daughters of Israel
All friends of the principle of
Jewish Family Purity will be
happy to hear of the purchase of
a lot at Michigan and Alton Road
for the erection of a modern rit-
ularium and women's club. A
regular meeting and Melaveh
Malkeh will be held in our Com-
munity Building this Saturday
night at 8 o'clock.
Mizrachi of Miami Beach
A great success from every an-
gle was the first Palestine Night
concert in our area held Sunday
night in our Community Build-
ing. A varied program of vocal
and instrumental music, readers
and performers was introduced
by our rabbi, who served as M. C.
The Mizrachi will meet again
Saturday night, February 14th.
Men and women are welcome.
P. T. A.
An important P. T. A. meeting
was held at our synagogue Tues-
day night. Our P. T. A. is run-
ning a motion picture show Sun- j
day night, February 15th. Tickets
are on sale at our office.
Dr. Maurice Klein was guest
speaker of the evening. Our
Glee Club entertained. Mrs. A.
Steinberg presided.
Habanoth
"Paris Calling" will be the
feature picture at the Theater
Party held by our Habanoth girls
on February 10th and 11th. The
Habanoth meet each Tuesday at
7:30. We welcome new members.
Cantor's Concert
This Sunday night is the night
of our Cantor's annual concert.
We hope to see all of our friends
there.
Hadassah
The B. & P. Hadassah meet at
our synagogue Tuesday at 8 p.
m.
Our Sympathies
Our deepest sympathies are ex-
tended to our member Saul Mil-
stein on the loss of his mother.
May the Almighty console the
bereaved.
Congratulations
Congratulations to Morton Ber-
man, Miss Florence Genet, and
all others who have graduated
from the Miami U.
Mazul Tov
Miss Florence Genet is to be
congratulated on her engagement
to Dr. Ralph Coleman of Charles-
ton, this week.
Miss Lillian Milgrom and Mr.
Harry Cooper were married in a
! simple ceremony at our rabbi's
home Tuesday afternoon. Cantor
Berele Kelemer assisted.
Women's Home Defense Club
Fifteen blue sweaters have
Congregation Gates of Prayer
with its new address at 230 Lin-
coln Road, southwestern corner
of Lincoln Road and Collins Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, will hold its
regular weekly services Friday
evening and Sabbath morning.
The congregation under the lead-
ership of Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky, holds services daily each
morning at 7 and 8 a. m. and in
the evenings at 5:30 o'clock. The
subject of the rabbi's sermon
this coming Saturday morning
will be "Proper Atmosphere."
Next Monday night at 8:30
o'clock a meeting of the entire
membership will be held at the
congregation at which time a re-
port will be given on various ac-
tivities being launched by the
synagogue. All are invited to at-
tend the congregation as well as
the membership meeting.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer CengregaUon)
185 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2178
Office Phone 2-1472
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 8-8172
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbl Emeritus
6998 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
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 Morgulies Reporting {or BUh
David Congregation and Sisterhood
Scout Sabbath
Friday evening at 8:15 Rabbi
Max Shapiro will conduct, and
Cantor Henry Marbein assisted
by the choir will chant.
This week has been designated
as "Scout Sabbath" throughout
the country, and in keeping with
the spirit of this occasion with
Boy Scout Troop of the Y. M. H.
A. will participate during our
late Friday evening services.
Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive
director of the "Y" will speak
briefly, emphasizing the Scout's
Law, "The Scout is Reverent."
Rabbi Shapiro will explain the
meaning of the Scout.
An Oneg Shabbos in the Au-
ditorium immediately after the
Benediction.
Bar Mitzvah
During the services this Satur-
day morning, Stanley, the son of
Mrs. Molly Apte, will become
Bar-Mitzvah. He will recite the
"Maftir" and extend a greeting
A cordial
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal I to the worshippers,
problems. You will be assured sym- jnvitation is extended to all mem-
pathetlc hearing and advice, and.
needless to eny. each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, February 6 at
8:15 p. m.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the subject,
"Commandments That Endure."
The musical service will be ren-
dered by the Temple Israel choir,
composed of Arturo di Filippi
tenor; Emory Krieger, baritone;
Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary
Hirtenstein, contralto; and Fran-
ces Tarboux, organist and direct-
ress.
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wise invite
you to attend the bar mitzvah
celebration of their son, Dickie,
to be held at the Temple services
this Friday evening at 8:15
o'clock. A reception in honor of
the bar mitzvah will be tendered
by his parents after the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, February 7
at 11 o'clock, Congregational par-
ticipation, Torah reading and in-
terpretation of weekly portion in
a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman.
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 fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Rosa Grun-
er Wolfson, wife of Louis Wolf-
son, and mother of Mitchell Wolf-
son and Mrs. Sidney Meyer; Men-
del Cromer, husband of Mrs.
Florence Cromer; Tillie Weil Ad-
ler, mother of Mrs. F. Friedman;
Abe W. Winston, husband of Mrs.
Bertha Winston.
Yahrzeits: Herman A. Cohen,
brother of Michael A. Cohen;
Harry Geist, husband of Mrs.
Rita Geist; Muriel Zwitman,
mother of Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man and Nathan Zwitman; Cecile
Rosenthal, mother of Mrs. Her-
man Wall; Jay Leibovit, husband
of Mrs. Tillie Leibovit.
The floral offerings of last
week were presented in memory
of Harry M. Barg and Rebecca
Woolf Bonwit.
oeen made by our women for
presentation to our soldiers fight-
ing in Palestine. Meetings are
held Thursdays at 8 p. m.
Young Judeans
Thursday night is Young Ju-
dean night for all boys and girls
at our Community Building. Will
you join?
bers and friends.
Re-Dedication
Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, Congre-
gational President, wishes to an-
nounce that the Congregation, in
conjunction with the Sisterhood
are formulating plans to re-dedi-
cate our newly re-decorated au-
ditorium. Rabbi Shapiro will
head the committee of arrange-
ments and will be assisted by
Mr. Jack August, Mr. Sam Dick-
son, Mr. Harry Simons and Mr.
Nat Zalka. Mrs. Sam Dickson
is in charge of the refreshments
and helping her in this unusual
affair will be, Mrs. Isador Fine,
president of the Sisterhood, Mrs.
Sidney Rauzin and Mrs. Louis
Margulies. Details and date to
be announced next week's issue.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Radio Hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 4:30
to 5 o'clock. He will discuss the
subject, "Ethics as the Basis for
Peace." Cantor Henry Marbein
will be in charge of the musical
program. He will sing "Celeste
Aide" from Verdi's opera and
Liturgical selections accompanied
at the piano by Miss Eleanor
Edelstein.
In Memoriam
The following 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 ser-
vices this Friday night: Chayim,
father of Mr. B. Left; Chaya
Molka, mother of Molihner Fam-
ily; Tziporah, mother of Mrs.
Kate Marks; Tobias, father of
Louis Borochoff.
Purim Ball
Mrs. Isador Cohen, general
chairman of our Annual Pre-
Purim Ball, is happy to announce
that this affair is well under way,
and is certain of its usual fine
success. The committee is spar-
ing no efforts to plan an even-
ing for your entertainment. An
outstanding orchestra has been
engaged for dancing, and an ex-
cellent program is being ar-
ranged. Remember the date,
Sunday evening, February 22nd
at Beth David's newly re-decor-
ated auditorium.
i*~ is the BEST.'
.


PAGE SIX
* Jewish fk>ridk*ri
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942
SWIVEL
CHAIR
jNEAR THIS SPOT ON
JUNE 23,1865
judah p.benjamin
secretary of state |
[for the confederacy
set sail for a
~8 - 0
This is the memorial to Judah
j P. Benjamin. Jewish statesman of
the Confederacy, dedicated by
, the State of Florida and the
United Daughters of the Confed-
eracy in Sarasota. Florida, at ex-
ercises participated in by the
Florida B'nai B'ruh Federation.
' which contributed S200 toward
. the memorial. The marker
stands at the spot where Benja-
min set sail for a foreign land
after eluding pursuing Federal
troops.
No Discrimination?
Unity is today's war watch-
word for Uncle Sam's nephews
and niecesbut not all are prac-
ticing it even though they may
be mouthing it. So we must
be alert to strike at any threat
to our nation's unity.
Not so long ago we heard of
the case of a boy who lead his
defense training class but. being
Jewish, he was turned down by
an airplane factory while all his
other classmates were accepted.
The personnel director made the
mistake of admitting to a num-
ber of people, including the tech-
nical school director, that Jews
were not wanted.
The Anti-Defamation League
was given a reportand the r
port was turned over to the prop-
er department in Washington .
Came back the word that there
was no discrimination at the
plant But shortly afterwards,
oddly enough, the personnel di-
rector and 35 other persons were
fired And the Jewish boy
got a job there.
Dirty Laundry Washed
Remember the little item about
dirty laundry last week? .
You know, that piece about the
Miami Beach apartment house
owner of Jewish origin who had
a rabbi arrested as a public nuis-
ance for conducting religious ser-
vices in a next door garage.
Well, we're happy to report
that a visit from an Anti-Defam-
ation League worker and a little
sensible explaining caused the
apartment owner to drop the
charges Unfortunately, the
Miami newspaper, which saw fit
to play up the rabbi's arrest, did
not consider his release news-
worthy enough for subsequent
mention
This as always takes place
when people are arrested, even
if they don't happen to be Jew-
ish .. The arrest is the big
news; the acquittal never gets
the same big splurge although
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the one arrested would like to
his name cleared after having had
it besmirched.
Religion On the Air
WQAM. seeing no reason why
any other station in Miami should
have a monopoly on religious tol-
erance and promotion of good-
will, is contributing 15 minutes
each Saturday afternoon at 3:30
for the presentation of religious
news The news, edited by
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews in New York,
aims primarily to build inter-re-
ligious amity and understanding.
The time was given at the re-
quest of the Miami Round Table
which still retains its WIOD pe-
riod at 9:30 p. m. Saturdays also.
The WQAM religious news pro-
gram was inaugurated on Janu-
ary 31 and will be continued in-
definitely if there is a sufficient
response from listeners of the
community How about list-
ening next Saturday and letting
WQAM know what you think of
it in letters?
Jews in Defense
Al Jolson, Miami Beach's new-
est addition to its list of promin-
ent permanent residents, has been
doing his bit for the boys in the
armed services by donating his
time and services to tour the
state for the benefit of the USO
And, incidentally, he pays his
own expenses as he goes.
This columnist (hear, hear)
learns that an old Detroit friend
of his has just invented some-
thing vital to defense But
because of the importance of the
item and the necessary secrecy
with which it is surrounded, he
can neither divulge the invention
nor the inventor ... It is enough
that we mention him as being a
Jew and one of that corps of our
religionists who are doing their
part to keep Hitler's barbarism
from crushing out the last lights
of democracy and civilization.
Gut Shabbos!
Mr, Bozerman is the director of
the Florida Regional Office. Anti-
Defamation League, with head-
quarters at Miami.
PROGRAM OF MT. NEBO
CEMETERY PUBLISHED SOON
The complete program for the
consecration ceremonies of the
Mt. Nebo Cemetery. West Flag-
ler and 53rd Avenue, will be an-
nounced next week, the Miami
Beach Jewish Center officials
stated. The ceremony will take
place February 15th at 2:30 p. m.
Transportation will be provided
for those needing it.
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MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
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Mr. and Mrs. William Yellin
rnd daughter, Doris, of Chicago
were guests at the Allaire Hotel
for two weeks.
Beth El Sisterhood sponsored
a semi-monthly card party Sun-
day night at Scher Memorial
Hall. Mrs. Martz was hostess
for the evening.
Stanley Gruner, son of Mr. and
Mrs. O. P. Gruner is spending
several days at home while on
leave from college.
Mr. and Mrs. Martz entertained
at their home Sunday afternoon
in honor of their daughter's birth-
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gordon of
Chicago, have been visiting with
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Tamener for Xhe
past two weeks.
IMPORTANT MEN TO BE ON
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tive director of the Hebrew Theo-
logical College, Chicago, together
with Dr. Israel Elfenbein. Brook-
lyn, N. Y.; and Rabbi Elimelech
Beigel, Congregation Beth Sho-
lom, Chicago; active supporters
of the institution have arrived in
Miami Beach and will participate
in a 20th anniversary celebration
of the institution in Miami Beach.
They are guests at the Pennsyl-
vania Apartments, 942 Pennsyl-
vania Avenue.
The affair will be held in the
form of a melavah malka and
dinner at the Grossinger Hotel
starting at 9:30 p. m. An elabor-
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national leaders will be present.
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fJewist fk>ridkn
PAGE SEVEN
HITS AT WAR-JOB
me exclusion
Washington (WNS)In an ef-
fort to stop further discrimination
in the hiring of aliens for war
work, Paul J. McNutt, Federal
Security Administrator said that
refusal to hire persons merely
because they are aliens is con-
trary to the policy of the Federal
government.
Pointing out that less than one-
sixteenth of one per cent of the
5,000,000 aliens in this country
has been placed in custody, Mr.
McNutt remarked that this
wholly unwarranted reluctance
of employers to employ aliens in
their plants has been deplored
by President Roosevelt."
Referring to a recent speech by
Attorney General Biddle, in
which the attorney general con-
demned economic discrimination
of aliens as a, "two-edged sword,"
Mr. McNutt urged a relaxation of
the pressure against the alien and
a more humane and understand-
ing attitude on the part of in-
dustrial employers.
Mr. McNutt's statement also
made public an order to John J.
Corson, director of the employ-
ment service, to instruct every
manager of every local employ-
ment office that discrimination
against persons merely because
they are aliens is not counten-
anced by the United States gov-
ernment.
Recently Earl Warren, state at-
torney general, announced that
Governor Olsen's proposal to re-
voke business and professional
licenses of California aliens, a
move that would affect more
than 5,000 physicians, dentists,
and civil engineers, many of |
them Jewish refugees from Ger-
many, was under review and
could not be executed until the
policy of the United States gov-
ernment in such cases could be
determined.
85 JEWISH REFUGEES APPLY
TO N. R. S. FOR AID IN U. S.
New York (WNS)Within two
weeks after the refugee ship,
"Guine," had docked in New
York, eighty-five Jewish refugees
applied for assistance to the Na-
tional Refugee Service, a bene-
ficiary of the United Jewish Ap-
peal for Refugees, Overseas Needs
and Palestine.
The "Guine" brought to the
United States 250 refugees, many
of whom had suffered years of
confinement in Nazi concentra-
tion camps. The refugees ar-
rived from Lisbon and Casa-
blanca, their passage booked by
the Joint Distribution Committee.
One of the refugees who ap-
plied for assistance was a jour-
nalist who helped who helped
evacuate the British at Dunkirk.
The Jewish journalist was in
Cannes, France, covering the
Film Bienniel when the war
broke out. He was thrown into
jail as a German, but was re-
leased when he offered to join
the French Labor Battalion in
Manosque. A few weeks later he
was transferred to the British
Expeditionary Forces to help
build air bases in France.
After aiding the British in their
thrilling retreat from Dunkirk,
the Jewish journalist escaped in
a truck left behind by the Royal
Air Force and headed for the
South of France. He arrived
safely in Cannes and stayed there
for many months, but one day he
was thrown into jail when he
showed a friend a paper which
recounted news of de Gaulle.
ADDITIONAL SOCIETY
CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES
will present his Sixth Annual
Concert Sunday evening, Feb-
ruary 8th at 8 p. m. at the Beth
Jacob Congregation. Having
built enviable reputation for him-
self as an artist as cantor of the
Beth Jacob Congregation, Wash-
ington Avenue and Third Street,
Miami Beach, and as a concert
performer, he will feature the
evening with the rendition of a
group of selections in his beauti-
ful tenor voice. Eleanor Clark
Linton, concert pianist, will be
his accompianist and will also
play several selections. Other
assisting artists will be Melvin
Michaels, child violin virtuoso,
and Alexander Drucker, flutist.
Many garments for men, wo-
men and children are being made
by volunteer workers for the
American Red Cross at the work
room sponsored by the Ladies
Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Ortho-
dox Congregation at their Talmud
Torah Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd
St., under the direction of Mrs.
L. Sabin. Garments, already cut
for sewing, are also given out for
work at home. Those who have
already received Red Cross pins
for volunteer service of 50 hours
each are Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs.
S. Gimdy, Mrs. L. Kleber, Mrs.
Sam Meyers, and Mrs. R. Sako-
witz. An appeal is being made
for more sewing machines to car-
ry out this project.

"The Battle of South Ameri-
ca," by Albert E. Carter, will be
reviewed by Bertha Aldrich at
the forum sponsored by the Mi-
ami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, at 2 p. m. Fri-
day in the Miami Beach Elk's
Club, 720 West Avenue, Miami
Beach. Miss Aldrich is a librar-
ian, traveller and lecturer. Ruth
Kendel, pupil of Dora Rosen-
house Lyon, will give a dramatic
skit. Mrs. Harry Marcus will
conduct the consumer portion of
the program. Mrs. Aaron Farr
will be chairman for the day. On
February 13th, the guest speaker
of the Forum will be John Bitter,
conductor of the University of
Miami Symphony Orchestra. Mr.
Bitter will present a group of
his orchestra in several musical
selections. Mrs. David P. Cats-
man will be chairman.
The bar mitzvah of Stanley
Apte, son of Mrs. Molly Apte,
will take place Saturday morn-
ing at 9:30 at Beth David Syna-
gogue. Friends and relatives are
invited.
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ON POLISH TOWN
London (WNS) A Nazi-in-
spired pogrom in the Polish city
of Zolchaczow resulted in the
death of one Jew and in the se-
rious injury of fifty others, it was
reported here in Polish Jewish
circles.
The Nazis circulated among
the German settlers during a
market day and spread false ru-
mors that the Jews were buying
up all the produce. These tactics
served to arouse the German
community which aided the Nazis
in breaking into the local Jew-
ish schoolhouse and severely
beating the teacher and his pu-
pils, twelve of whom were critic-
ally injured. The Nazis also suc-
ceeded in completely demolishing
a number of Jewish houses dur-
ing the pogrom.
Polish peasants from the neigh-
boring countryside, who had come
to the city to attend the market,
refused to join in the attacks on
the Jews although urged to do so
by the Nazis, the report went on
to say.
Though none of the attackers
were arrested by the authorities,
the Nazi police took this occasion
to arrest several Jews with the
alleged excuse that they were re-
sponsible for the outbreak.
New York (WNS)A memorial
Meeting for the late Professor
Moses Schorr, Chief Rabbi of the
Jewish Community of Warsaw,
was held here, at the Kehilath
Jeshorun Congregation.
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* Jewish Meridian
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1942
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The "Y" in Defense
So popular was the comedy
skit, "Why I Am a Bachelor,'
which Molka Reich presented at
the last service men's dance, that
a special request has been made
by the service men for another
skit. As a result, Molka Reich
will present her portable theater
group in a comedy skit entitled
"The Fatal Necklace" at the
next service men's dance at the
Y. M. H. A. on Saturday evening,
February 7.
Mrs. Florence Hacker. Defense
chairman of the Y. W. H. A., an-
nounces that this dance on Feb-
uary 7 will be a pre-Valentine
dance. Many novelties and sur-
prises will be featured. Mrs.
Ida Optner has offered a prize
to the most popular service man
in each base.
These dances are a regular
feature at the "Y."
Fine spirit of sportsmanship
and patriotism were displayed
by the Y boys last Monday night
when they braved the cold weath-
er to play three games of volley-
ball with the boys of the Opa
Locka Naval Air Base.
This is a remarkable feat when
one considers the fact that our
athletic director received a call
from the athletic office of the
Naval Base on Monday morning
asking for a game the same night.
Though our boys were not pre-
pared, they volunteered to get'
up a team in a hurry so that they |
"will not let the Navy down."
After the game, the Y boys [
played hosts to the boys from ;
Opa Locka who appreciated it in j
the highest terms. The boys j
who played for the Y are Lefty
Schemer, Al Berkowitz, Frank
Rose, Al Reisman and Irving
Pont.
Just another instance of the
service the Y renders.
A. Z. A. Boys Present Clock
The Miami Chapter of the A. Z.
A. has donated an electric wall
clock to the Y. M. H. A., and it
has been placed in the auditor-
ium. The Y acknowledges with
sincere thanks this fine gift from
the boys.
Women's Craft Class Begins
The first session of the Adult
Women's Crafts Class began on
Wednesday afternoon, February
4 at 2:30 o'clock, under the di-
rection of Edgar Copp. A large
class attended. Mrs. Sam Schaf-
fer is chairman of this group.
Scout Sabbath
The week of February 8 to 12
has been set aside by the Boy
Scouts of America as Scout Week.
Scouting requires, through its
twelfth Scout Law, that each boy
be faithful to his own religious
duties. In line with that thought
it obligates every Scout to respect
the convictions of every other
person.
Scout Sabbath will be observed
throughout the country Friday
night, February 6. The Y. M. H.
A. Scout Troop No. 6. composed
mainly of Jewish boys, will cel-
ebrate Scout Sabbath this Fri-
day evening, February 6, at the
Beth David Synagogue. The
Scouts will take part in the ser-
vice. Maurice Grossman, execu-
tive director, will speak briefly,
and Rabbi Max Shapiro will de-
liver a Scout sermon.
All persons are urged, particu-
larly parents of the Scouts, and
those interested in Scouting, to
come to Beth David Synagogue
Friday night at 8 o'clock.
Y. W. H. A.
On Sunday, Feb. 15th. at 8:30
p. m, the Y will sponsor a Val-
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entine card party to be held at
the clubrooms for the benefit of
the library fund so that addi-
tional books may be purchased
for the use of the members.
Cards, mah jangg and bingo will
be played and refreshments will
be served. Tickets are 35c and
may be obtained at the Y office
or at the door. In charge of ar-
rangements are Mrs. Albert Reis-
man, chairman; Mrs. Myron Mil-
ler, Mrs. Charles Greenstein,
Mrs. Charles Strauss and Mrs. M.
Levinson, in charge of refresh-
ments.
Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of
the Book of the Month Club, has
made final arrangements for the
book review to be held at the
Y on Wednesday evening, Feb-
ruary 18. at which time Isaac
Joffe will review "The Life of
Theodore Herzl." Mrs. Max Do-
brin will deliver a short talk on
"What Palestine is Contributing
Toward This War for Democ-
racy."
A very important board meet-
ing of the Y. W. H. A. will be
held Wednesday evening, Febru-
ary 11. All members of the
board are urged to attend.
Girl Scouts
Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, pres-
ident of the Y. W. H. A., an-
nounces that she has appointed
Mrs. Lena Janis as chairman of
the Girl Scout Troop committee.
There are a few vacancies in the
Girl Scout troop and girls 12 to
14 who desire to enter, attend
the next Scout meeting on Mon-
day night.
Congratulations
Miss Shirley Rothschild, popu-
lar secretary at the Y has been
installed as president of the
Daughters of J. W. V. at an in-
stallation banquet held last Tues-
day night. Shirley is active in Y
circles and has recently under-
taken to sponsor a girls' group.
Maurice Samuel Lecture March 5
Maurice Samuel, noted author
and speaker, will deliver a lec-
ture in Miami under the auspices
of the Y. M. H. A. on Thursday,
March 5. Harry Simonhoff is
chairman of the committee. Tick-
ets will be available shortly.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEItKBT GIVEN that
(he undersigned, deslrlnc (o enga#
business under the fictitious name of
REISMAN WHOLESALE HUTCH -
EKS, Intend to register the said
tends to register the said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Hade County, Florida.
ELYE MENDEL REISMAN
MRS. ANNIE RE1SMAN
1/9-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
LEFROY JEWELRY STORE at 168
E. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends
to register the said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
S. E1SENBERG
l/H-16-23-30 2/6
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
GOODE I'll: CO. intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court <>f Had,' County. Florida.
1IYMAN 0OTTE8MAN
SAUL MKRINGOKF
l 16-23.30 2/6-1*
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLINS I'ARK HOTEL, intend to
reglstei the said name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Dade County,
I'loi Ida.
JONAS CREE.NWALD
DAVID ROSNBR
1/16-23-30 2/6-13
NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN 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
In Dade county, Florida.
ESTHER II BLUMENFELD
LENA C. GOLUMAN
I.II.LIAN S. HOFFMAN
MINNIE II LESNICK
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
I 23-30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EA'M.E TAILORING & HRV CLEAN-
ING CO. Intends t<> register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
t ourt of Hade County. Florida.
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BY AL GREEN

by E. ALBERT PALLOT
Guest Columnist
It has been a long time since
that old combination of Abbott to
Adelman to Rand to Oka to
Feucr to Seitlin to Feinberg to
Coret to Aronovitz to Levin to
Segall to Roth to Pallot has been
working in high gear. However,
all these Ben Briths are still
very earnest in their endeavors
toward B'nai B'rith.
I thought it advisable to delve
into their innermost thoughts
and see just what about B'nai
B'rith was interesting to them
atithe moment.
Brother Abbott says: "Al-
though only a few of our young-
er members have already left for
the army, what with the present
war situation it can be expected
that a great portion of our broth-
ers between the ages of 21 and 3C
will feel the wind created by the
Japs at Pearl Harbor, some times
known as the draft and sometimes
known as the Selective Service
method. Our Lodge should im-
mediately make every effort to
keep the names and addresses of
all brothers already in, or going
into the army, and some maner
of communication with them
should be kept. It is the auth-
or's suggestion that they be sent
our monthly bulletins, together
with other information pertaining
to the activities of the Lodge. A
further suggestion is the creation
of a revolving fund to send gifts
or mementoes to our brothers
now in the armed services which
will help them to remember that
we are behind them."
Brother Nathan Adelman says
that it was fitting at the installa-
tion of the Miami A. Z. A. Chap-
ter that Maurice Cromer should
act as installing officer. Milton
Friedman and Brother Adelman
both made very splendid ad-
dresses and proved an inspiration
to our future Ben Briths. After
the banquet dancing was had,
the boys of the chapter inviting
the girls of the BZB to dance to
the scintillating music of Sonny
Clapp and his orchestra at the
Terrace Restaurant.
Brother Dr. Rand, that world
famous baby specialist, who de-
livers only six pound babies says:
"I would like the opportunity
B'nai B'rith affords me to meet
good fellows and to do good
work with them."
Brother Oka, that fine Beach
barrister, says that marriage and
a combination of things have kept
him from the meetings; included
in that combination was a
cracked-up carhowever, no in-
juries; that he is now coming
back to the fold again and will
become a good Ben Brith and
his wife Gertrude (very pretty)
will join the auxiliary.
Brother Bill Feuer, that super
real estate broker, says that
B'nai B'rith is the greatest Jew-
ish organization in the world;
every person should be a mem-
ber; that it docs Jewish people
more good than all the other or-
ganizations put together.
Brother Sammy Seitlin, thai
phenomenal life insurance sales-
man and super estate planner,
says: "I am well pleased with
the Anti-Defamation work. I
have run into numerous instances
where that committee of B'nai
B'rith has done u wonderful job.
especially on Miami Beach. They
have done much to eliminate un-
necessary signs. The moving pic-
tures now being shown by them
are important. I urge everyone
to support B'nai B'rith 100 per
cent"
Brother Marx Feinberg, that
great solicitor, says: "It is relax-
ing to go to meetings because
no one says anything that makes
me think, that is, assuming that
I could think. My daughter has
a cold. About my wifethat's
my own business."
Brother Dr. Coret (Boys, there's
a great dentisthis name should
be "Painless Coret") says: "The
finest thing done by B'nai B'rith
in a long while will be the A. D.
L. symposium being held on Feb-
ruary 14th and 15th. No man
with any intelligence whatsoever
should miss it. It's an opportun-
ity we will not again have for
years to come."
Brother Abe Aronovitz, that
fine proctor of the law, regrets to
announce that William L. Shirer
will be unable to lecture to us
this month. War conditions make
it impossible for him to leave his
post. Everything had been ar-
ranged and the cancellation is
Imost unfortunate. His commit-
tee is favorably inclined to
sponsor Rubinoff and his violin.
He would like the brethren of the
Lodge to express the'mselves con-
cerning this attraction.
Brother Ike Levin (the man
who sells that pure water) says:
"I had a wonderful trip to Holly-
wood for the installation of the
Broward County Lodge. They
had about 150 present. Al Pal-
lot acted as installing officer. Sev-
eral fine talks were made and
much inspiration was gathered by
the boys up the State." Brother
Levin's talk added much color
to the installation.
Brother Sidney Segall, our
bright legal light, now Assist-
ant Attorney General, says:
"Brothers, this is the 75th anni-
versary of the B'nai B'rith Grand
Lodge. We are running a mem-
bership campaign in honor of
Sidney J. Stern, that grand old
man of B'nai B'rith. Let's really
go out and increase our member-
ship."
Brother Burnett Roth says:
"We need more minute men.
Any brother who has a car can
join up as such minute man.
More than 150 of our brethren
have so signed up. This is for
emergency work and gives us all
an opportunity to do our part in
this present crisis."
The next meeting will be on
Tuesday evening at 8:30 at the
Evans Hotel. An interesting pro-
gram has been arranged under
the direction of the Americaniza-
tion committee in conjunction
with the Women's Auxiliary.
Brethren, you cannot afford to
miss this meeting. It will be in-
spirational. The program will be
truly sensatiortal.
The stag smoker has been post-
poned until some time in March.
Announcement will be made lat-
er on and I can assure you it will
be stupendous.
AUXILIARY NEWS
Ladies Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith
held a board meeting Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Carl
Weinkle, Miami Beach. Defense
work dominated the discussion
with Mrs. Burnett Roth, defense
chairman, bringing in a report
that practically all members were
active. It was also stated that a
series of classes sponsored by the
Dade County Defense Council
will be held at the Miami Wo-
men's Club for the instruction of
the membership. Schedule of
classes include February 9th.
"Home and neighborhood During
Emergency;" February 16th, lec-
ture by member of the F. B. I.:
February 23rd. "Functions of Air
Raid Wardens;" March 3rd, "Or-
ganization for Civilian Protec-
tion;" March 10th, commentator
on war situation; March 17th.
lecture on "How to Protect Your-
self from Gas. also Red Cross
representative; Other activities
by the auxiliary include spon-
sorship of one of the dances held
at the Y. M. H. A. for men in
service, a March affair for Hillel
with Mrs. E. Albert Pallot as
chairman, and a Purim dance in
March for the Youth group.


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PAGE EIGHT *• Jewish Meridian FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1942 THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The "Y" in Defense So popular was the comedy skit, "Why I Am a Bachelor,' which Molka Reich presented at the last service men's dance, that a special request has been made by the service men for another skit. As a result, Molka Reich will present her portable theater group in a comedy skit entitled "The Fatal Necklace" at the next service men's dance at the Y. M. H. A. on Saturday evening, February 7. Mrs. Florence Hacker. Defense chairman of the Y. W. H. A., announces that this dance on Febuary 7 will be a pre-Valentine dance. Many novelties and surprises will be featured. Mrs. Ida Optner has offered a prize to the most popular service man in each base. These dances are a regular feature at the "Y." Fine spirit of sportsmanship and patriotism were displayed by the Y boys last Monday night when they braved the cold weather to play three games of volleyball with the boys of the Opa Locka Naval Air Base. This is a remarkable feat when one considers the fact that our athletic director received a call from the athletic office of the Naval Base on Monday morning asking for a game the same night. Though our boys were not prepared, they volunteered to get' up a team in a hurry so that they | "will not let the Navy down." After the game, the Y boys [ played hosts to the boys from ; Opa Locka who appreciated it in j the highest terms. The boys j who played for the Y are Lefty Schemer, Al Berkowitz, Frank Rose, Al Reisman and Irving Pont. Just another instance of the service the Y renders. A. Z. A. Boys Present Clock The Miami Chapter of the A. Z. A. has donated an electric wall clock to the Y. M. H. A., and it has been placed in the auditorium. The Y acknowledges with sincere thanks this fine gift from the boys. Women's Craft Class Begins The first session of the Adult Women's Crafts Class began on Wednesday afternoon, February 4 at 2:30 o'clock, under the direction of Edgar Copp. A large class attended. Mrs. Sam Schaffer is chairman of this group. Scout Sabbath The week of February 8 to 12 has been set aside by the Boy Scouts of America as Scout Week. Scouting requires, through its twelfth Scout Law, that each boy be faithful to his own religious duties. In line with that thought it obligates every Scout to respect the convictions of every other person. Scout Sabbath will be observed throughout the country Friday night, February 6. The Y. M. H. A. Scout Troop No. 6. composed mainly of Jewish boys, will celebrate Scout Sabbath this Friday evening, February 6, at the Beth David Synagogue. The Scouts will take part in the service. Maurice Grossman, executive director, will speak briefly, and Rabbi Max Shapiro will deliver a Scout sermon. All persons are urged, particularly parents of the Scouts, and those interested in Scouting, to come to Beth David Synagogue Friday night at 8 o'clock. Y. W. H. A. On Sunday, Feb. 15th. at 8:30 p. m, the Y will sponsor a ValTHIS *0SH^ sou* flei M „chi* schte r or eals kILsS ,NWfct w\ "Like good, old home-made vegetable soup!" That's what folks say of Heinz Kosher Vegetarian Soup. You can taste the brewed-in goodness of carefully selected vegetables in every bowlful. Heinz chefs make this soupslowly... in small batches at a time...but you prepare it in a jiffy. Just heat and serve. It is not condensed. It's PAREVE, too! Endorsed by the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America. The @ Seal of approval is on the label. HEINZ IH: SOUP ONE OF THE VARIETIES entine card party to be held at the clubrooms for the benefit of the library fund so that additional books may be purchased for the use of the members. Cards, mah jangg and bingo will be played and refreshments will be served. Tickets are 35c and may be obtained at the Y office or at the door. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. Albert Reisman, chairman; Mrs. Myron Miller, Mrs. Charles Greenstein, Mrs. Charles Strauss and Mrs. M. Levinson, in charge of refreshments. Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of the Book of the Month Club, has made final arrangements for the book review to be held at the Y on Wednesday evening, February 18. at which time Isaac Joffe will review "The Life of Theodore Herzl." Mrs. Max Dobrin will deliver a short talk on "What Palestine is Contributing Toward This War for Democracy." A very important board meeting of the Y. W. H. A. will be held Wednesday evening, February 11. All members of the board are urged to attend. Girl Scouts Mrs. Mildred Rubenstein, president of the Y. W. H. A., announces that she has appointed Mrs. Lena Janis as chairman of the Girl Scout Troop committee. There are a few vacancies in the Girl Scout troop and girls 12 to 14 who desire to enter, attend the next Scout meeting on Monday night. Congratulations Miss Shirley Rothschild, popular secretary at the Y has been installed as president of the Daughters of J. W. V. at an installation banquet held last Tuesday night. Shirley is active in Y circles and has recently undertaken to sponsor a girls' group. Maurice Samuel Lecture March 5 Maurice Samuel, noted author and speaker, will deliver a lecture in Miami under the auspices of the Y. M. H. A. on Thursday, March 5. Harry Simonhoff is chairman of the committee. Tickets will be available shortly. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEItKBT GIVEN that (he undersigned, deslrlnc (o enga# business under the fictitious name of REISMAN WHOLESALE HUTCH EKS, Intend to register the said tends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hade County, Florida. ELYE MENDEL REISMAN MRS. ANNIE RE1SMAN 1/9-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of LEFROY JEWELRY STORE at 168 E. Flagler St., Miami. Florida, intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. S. E1SENBERG l/H-16-23-30 2/6 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GOODE I'll: CO. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court <>f Had,' County. Florida. 1IYMAN 0OTTE8MAN SAUL MKRINGOKF l 16-23.30 2/6-1* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COLLINS I'ARK HOTEL, intend to reglstei the said name with the Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade County, I'loi Ida. JONAS CREE.NWALD DAVID ROSNBR 1/16-23-30 2/6-1 3 NOTICE IS HERERY GIVEN 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 In Dade county, Florida. ESTHER II BLUMENFELD LENA C. GOLUMAN I.II.LIAN S. HOFFMAN MINNIE II LESNICK HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicants I 23-30 2/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EA'M.E TAILORING & HRV CLEANING CO. Intends t<> register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit t ourt of Hade County. Florida. I 30 2 S-IJ-JO-H AM X 8TE N BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best 2-6085 PHONE 5-1317 B'nai B'rith Not es BY AL GREEN by E. ALBERT PALLOT Guest Columnist It has been a long time since that old combination of Abbott to Adelman to Rand to Oka to Feucr to Seitlin to Feinberg to Coret to Aronovitz to Levin to Segall to Roth to Pallot has been working in high gear. However, all these Ben Briths are still very earnest in their endeavors toward B'nai B'rith. I thought it advisable to delve into their innermost thoughts and see just what about B'nai B'rith was interesting to them atithe moment. Brother Abbott says: "Although only a few of our younger members have already left for the army, what with the present war situation it can be expected that a great portion of our brothers between the ages of 21 and 3C will feel the wind created by the Japs at Pearl Harbor, some times known as the draft and sometimes known as the Selective Service method. Our Lodge should immediately make every effort to keep the names and addresses of all brothers already in, or going into the army, and some maner of communication with them should be kept. It is the author's suggestion that they be sent our monthly bulletins, together with other information pertaining to the activities of the Lodge. A further suggestion is the creation of a revolving fund to send gifts or mementoes to our brothers now in the armed services which will help them to remember that we are behind them." Brother Nathan Adelman says that it was fitting at the installation of the Miami A. Z. A. Chapter that Maurice Cromer should act as installing officer. Milton Friedman and Brother Adelman both made very splendid addresses and proved an inspiration to our future Ben Briths. After the banquet dancing was had, the boys of the chapter inviting the girls of the BZB to dance to the scintillating music of Sonny Clapp and his orchestra at the Terrace Restaurant. Brother Dr. Rand, that world famous baby specialist, who delivers only six pound babies says: "I would like the opportunity B'nai B'rith affords me to meet good fellows and to do good work with them." Brother Oka, that fine Beach barrister, says that marriage and a combination of things have kept him from the meetings; included in that combination was a cracked-up car—however, no injuries; that he is now coming back to the fold again and will become a good Ben Brith and his wife Gertrude (very pretty) will join the auxiliary. Brother Bill Feuer, that super real estate broker, says that B'nai B'rith is the greatest Jewish organization in the world; every person should be a member; that it docs Jewish people more good than all the other organizations put together. Brother Sammy Seitlin, thai phenomenal life insurance salesman and super estate planner, says: "I am well pleased with the Anti-Defamation work. I have run into numerous instances where that committee of B'nai B'rith has done u wonderful job. especially on Miami Beach. They have done much to eliminate unnecessary signs. The moving pictures now being shown by them are important. I urge everyone to support B'nai B'rith 100 per cent" Brother Marx Feinberg, that great solicitor, says: "It is relaxing to go to meetings because no one says anything that makes me think, that is, assuming that I could think. My daughter has a cold. About my wife—that's my own business." Brother Dr. Coret (Boys, there's a great dentist—his name should be "Painless Coret") says: "The finest thing done by B'nai B'rith in a long while will be the A. D. L. symposium being held on February 14th and 15th. No man with any intelligence whatsoever should miss it. It's an opportunity we will not again have for years to come." Brother Abe Aronovitz, that fine proctor of the law, regrets to announce that William L. Shirer will be unable to lecture to us this month. War conditions make it impossible for him to leave his post. Everything had been arranged and the cancellation is Imost unfortunate. His committee is favorably inclined to sponsor Rubinoff and his violin. He would like the brethren of the Lodge to express the'mselves concerning this attraction. Brother Ike Levin (the man who sells that pure water) says: "I had a wonderful trip to Hollywood for the installation of the Broward County Lodge. They had about 150 present. Al Pallot acted as installing officer. Several fine talks were made and much inspiration was gathered by the boys up the State." Brother Levin's talk added much color to the installation. Brother Sidney Segall, our bright legal light, now Assistant Attorney General, says: "Brothers, this is the 75th anniversary of the B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge. We are running a membership campaign in honor of Sidney J. Stern, that grand old man of B'nai B'rith. Let's really go out and increase our membership." Brother Burnett Roth says: "We need more minute men. Any brother who has a car can join up as such minute man. More than 150 of our brethren have so signed up. This is for emergency work and gives us all an opportunity to do our part in this present crisis." The next meeting will be on Tuesday evening at 8:30 at the Evans Hotel. An interesting program has been arranged under the direction of the Americanization committee in conjunction with the Women's Auxiliary. Brethren, you cannot afford to miss this meeting. It will be inspirational. The program will be truly sensatiortal. The stag smoker has been postponed until some time in March. Announcement will be made later on and I can assure you it will be stupendous. AUXILIARY NEWS Ladies Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith held a board meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Miami Beach. Defense work dominated the discussion with Mrs. Burnett Roth, defense chairman, bringing in a report that practically all members were active. It was also stated that a series of classes sponsored by the Dade County Defense Council will be held at the Miami Women's Club for the instruction of the membership. Schedule of classes include February 9th. "Home and neighborhood During Emergency;" February 16th, lecture by member of the F. B. I.: February 23rd. "Functions of Air Raid Wardens;" March 3rd, "Organization for Civilian Protection;" March 10th, commentator on war situation; March 17th. lecture on "How to Protect Yourself from Gas. also Red Cross representative; Other activities by the auxiliary include sponsorship of one of the dances held at the Y. M. H. A. for men in service, a March affair for Hillel with Mrs. E. Albert Pallot as chairman, and a Purim dance in March for the Youth group.


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-JemistfkrkMir FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 .* _-u ..--TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE""* JenistflcrtfiZF tftiicdy GorvgldenUai t • iv" AN: M A : N _?.-.--= = :•: ::;::;; A v I S V I P. o. BCI i : ~: feared ^ Second ^aai to •'-:•" 7 Ur I in Free 3CS-.cc-.** Mmagrmj Editag :-. Yesr O.X So Ifan^Jl-* •CUHBEB -: vrLw"M2 .: A NAZI COMPLAINT .— re ae ot __-. -,-T;=L tWC "ST— 0 scaers hew refc : — •-^rr^e.T-rs. Trad" c .'"ere raSM -xu -i.' %  %  prrscaers. 3 ;r::^: .ce '— — *s _e e *ewa ;; II: :L~ ec -a r.~—sec %  %  • %  M — "T ecr e = %  ---:-5-7 —-7 s -" = — l — ;ri ere Wil'llHj S -; %  J Mtm -.--_. a T;— tcBy r see hew ecucrJicx HOB 3 ;^-3. .:.": r:rc pCS. perEn~C=sreB B =r-2atC '_ %  + %  > K ---" B u %  S&on : see crare ruec :f~::"" — •ccrs r. ASK :TI J-U — 7 ST^JBC —;-. So b '•" :ces ";: ec r: r cssw -cc-en Btf =K By PHINEAS J. BIRON HITLER IN HOLLYWOOD 'Well brlna Hitler in at ten tomorrow moraine and shoot -.'-e-""--'v was the rather MM announcement rerrr. .T'_~"^ -•'Hollywood studio ... But the -director who _'Z:i it meant merely dial a scene picturing Hitler would be _...-._-1^ [at that time Shame on led Harris, who made i;V_: : /-r -"-'I-"v "c few seasons ago as a producer ... Now '.'/'-'-. Amazed Hollywood with c suggestion that would prostudio inlerested in a him dealing with the post-war fate ."-_" ."."' Since Hitlet s death before the film's release would _-"_:_VL %  catastrophe to the hern's producers, led says the TTTr T P-^AV ATT T'VTTV iradL should tahe oat a tie insurance policy on Adolf .. THE LESSO> Of L > 11 I S -^ cv we... Any man who wouldnt be happy to =- -ie .esscn :r ur_ ry As !" --' :._bee-use z: H.tler s dead-, sunp.y acesn : r-elong. THE WAR EFFORT -.. -__-^ oi Germans who, believe it or not daily risk _.._.."'-"' jteninq tc ihort-ware broadecats had a rec; break :: : ~e othei evening, when they beard tbe_own BHbMB Berg. -'." ./. ": radio playlet thai brought out the deference between -^ ;;—:_: S — %  heOTJ "-%  •J — "•" iciidenly BCSC aaea saec xac ; ::JTr ..rrir.v;^i.i-j-i ::.: -7 :CT-=T -7 Yea — • r-::s — %  ="^r 7r,:1 : : • i :_j:r —:_: -r ~_r ^n-i^ier mz ;e =^_ =ac seen iey aacy BC iongex b e dk r^d sc • bore 3d ns jet :7:.r: •_:; .-rs^.:i Bvexd 7";; aeMBSC n.r'rTSS'-ncs OC %  > % % %  imrs 9t:e_Ges:-no--Jestec '."d x %  z-r-e: se ^__ %  .. .-i •;• %  \ ; ,-.. ._. -. :e-::^: MssS< FMM FOR 3C IL'I: JEWS :>" SLOVACA DEFENSE IS URGED LOCALLY :;""-.£r rI : r : £ : %  : B %  %  US 3T ~. ST. r %  EK %  a I*.... .... a tsa Li~e: : WJSBF ba 3 U 7 _: .. • ." -.: ce-. iu rt — is tr s —i^c ~ ign: -. : ~t:iC7 i Hicr. m sadt ;^ a : n 5 1 • %  ._%  a %  \. rsc Z ... .' %  : r; 7 OS rf : ; _' : RAISING FUNDS PL/^N APPROVED II CHICAGO MEET ::"''. 1; r: : r ; = iS be —cr.cces :z crvcui mec-cnicq ~r 5teches 5 Wise even cr.re Tha bas been z busy xeek BO Broadwcy There s d-.e new Samscn r.aphaelscr. c'.r. ";_=.:c c_:c ^ persnnc em uc ns is d-.e reTrral cf George jejfleji i ^ ; : r." :r Bees Then there s Case Crcwc. :r~-i:i^_c.T ::: c nightly uptown nek by hab:rues c: Second A ;:.= : Icir Royal pr:::.pe c: d-.e plays locale And S€y 1C::CCT TC^: Tree.d-.e new srr.c wb.rb 5*:Ln ~^TJZ: ensccsces _--cce has ever. .-..= L'ncle Sam seme couch for s — Zt %  ~ ., %  : %  %  -: erf -.;..-: IS r::.•:. — ; -" • C : I : %  nsr.i scTMrsdin :.:rrriiir-. %  %  V-r : %  ;.": 1 -. %  a % %  -:--. ma ;.-. %  r--a^ W 3a _,:s • : SM H.:aru :z I-~. YOU SHOULD KNOW I.c :. ?-?: ce-or :: L::c C-e-::ce Gordon not to be con~-i^c w-.vc Gecrce Gcrdrn l::c r"~cn" Neither ad we — —--e:-s-c. ewish Escyclcpedic rut we were very much was c roarer •; '.::ic TL-j was "to ware me enc z: the c:j; — '-":''':"' •• v --- cu.e c :evc.u-rnca-r cne Isai besag ce ::_-;a c p cs e d lew :c en-er that rcuatrv And U •! ns c result :: ha :_~ rer_snl •.r.~ beenzee" mat Swe-cec fu> r :.:_i freedom eve -.-"ears Icier '•' %  > :!e 30c ;; m BOSS by whuch a Marrano 01 secre';* was recogOHd m im we^cr-zc -: c :.ec, sb_r: en dee Saicicm. ABOUT PEOPLE : 5 --0 %  c r..e rhnph crcwirjc a beard" h* =c nry Hiue: exde" redewers ox occulcc reuse wuj-u.ar-.3ec a_ -.cccr? MMMd B acorn CTJCUCS tc 3cra Margcdn^ -" A vuris c; -ancaese suk x '.ao -" .;\ C: ~* -' ? -' -~ rh s -Jne best" answer K ?**. ~\^ -.-, -j.pcr.ese rnerchacrxhse %  tha cccn=T SSd -:-' erS::S,? ->%  :--== ccacuccr Kch<=~ ^ 17 t-."" •? H -'*' v,?r — d hi c wbule serred usder D*



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^ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 Jenisti Fhridian PAGE THREE KING'S. .^^ KOMMENTS 0 0 0 0 The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian She's smart as a whip Knows how to guide the ship In women's groups 'tis hard The progress not to retard Touchy and jealous they are Others hesitate not to mar Attempt what they can't do Others that can—they shoo All want glory—or get sore Will swear and work no more She handles them with kid gloves Keeps them peaceful as doves Three jobs at a time is quite a lot But from her duties she shirks not Stands all alone by herself in a class A head on her shoulders has this lass Conscientious that we see Envious we all should be. The ability for an individual to know his place is valueless —and likewise is it priceless to know and realize one's limitations. This is applicable as an individual, in business or in an organization—King could say more on the subject but 'twould be more than a {Comment—something of an editorial and the boss wouldn't like that—suffice it to say that it's rather disgraceful for the National headquarters of a national organization to have to send a representative to the local body asking those who have outgrown the group to leave— quit stunting the growth and to make room for others who belonged there. Worth a chuckle was the one passed along that transpired at a meeting of the cemetery association last week during a discussion about improvement of the new ground the price of muck was quoted at 90c a hundred and one of the group replied—"Why that's cheap as dirt*" And then there's the president who for some reason or other has no key to the property he heads—embarrassing at times. Despite the over abundance of organizations there is a new one in the making—something along the line of the old Friendship League, active in the late twenties—Office seekers here's your chance. London (WNS)—Fifteen Jews were sentenced to death, and executed by the Nazis in Poland because they left the ghetto without permission. DRINK MIL-KAY MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY CONSECRATION 5301 West Flagler Street Sunday. Feb. IS at 2:30 p. m. Full Information Gladly Given Miami Beach Jewish Center 1415 Euclid Avenue Telephone 5-4781 and 5-4782 OP MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 J. M. LIPTON, President for Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings I and Loan Insurance Corporation Mrs. Rose Gruner Wolfson passed away Saturday at the age of 71 following a long illness. She was the wife of Louis Wolfson and mother of Mitchell Wolfson, Miami Beach city councilman and co-owner of the Wometco Theatres. Beside her husband and son, Mitchell, Mrs. Wolfson leaves two other sons, O. Phil Wolfson of Miami Beach and Dr. William Wolfson of Brooklyn, and one daughter, Mrs. Sidney Meyer of Miami, whose husband is a partner in the Wometco enterprises. The Wolfsons same to Miami from Key West 25 years ago, and last October celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary. Funeral services were conducted Monday at Temple Israel before a large gathering with Rabbis Jacob H. Kaplan and Colman A. Zwitman delivering impressive eulogies. Pallbearers were: Max Blumenthal, Meyer Speisberger, Arthur Berel, Jack Fink, Morris Plant, Gordon Davis, Albert Bernstein, Leonard Abess and Walter L. Jacobs. BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO HAVE ANOTHER SPEED TILT Another sizzling speed battle for juvenile supremacy at the Biscayne dog track will be presented in the ninth and tenth races tonight between pups from the G. W. Hadley and Thies' kennels. The team of Roanoke Rambler and Captain Panther, Hadley's aces, go in the tenth race against K. C. Byers and a fast field that includes Glenmar, Rosa, Janice J„ Light Bee, and a newcomer, Paul Shelby. Spring Byington, a litter sister of K. C. Byers goes in the ninth race against much the same field that K. C. defeated on Wednesday night. Captain Panther was elevated to the features by his impressive five length win over a "top notch field. Roanoke Rambler. K. C. and Spring Byington have trimmed all the veteran stars upon various occasions with the exception of Sunset Lad, now on the sick list. These pups are less than two years old and made their racing debut at Biscayne. With the exception of the Panther the other three pups have turned in sensational performances and it will be a surprise if they fail to make tne box for the annual derby run in April. Both races tonight will be over the futurity distance. HEAR BETTER WITH RADIOEAR Join thousands of happy Radioear users. Get your share of life's pleasures. Keep up with your job. The modern vacuumtube Radioear is small, neat, convenient. No disturbing distortion or noise. •4JLS! 3& •W v* 209 Congress Building ^SOCIETY! (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) Miami Chapter of A. Z. A. held their regular weekly meeting Tuesday evening at the Y. M. H. A. The members discussed the chapter's work in connection with National Defense and the Jewish Federation Drive. Reports were also made on Youth and Democracy Rally which is scheduled for this month. Ray Smulin resigned his position as secretary and Marvin Goldman was unanimously chosen to succeed him. • • • Mrs. J. A. Richter, Mrs. Charles Greenfield and Mrs. Gordon Davis are additional members of the committee who are in charge of the Temple Israel bazaar, it was announced this week. The co-chairmen of this event to be held Feb. 10 and 11 at Kaplan Hall are Mrs J. Gerald Lewis and Mrs. Janett K. Jacobs. A cafeteria supper will be served both evenings as well as refreshments of all kinds. Members of the community are invited to attend this gala affair. • • • The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will have a meeting Monday, Feb. 8 at 8 p. m. at Beth Jacob Congregation. In addition to a guest speaker, highlights of the recent Southeastern Regional Conference will be given by Polly Gershon and Sarah Lightman, delegates. An H. M. O. program will be presented by Miss Frances Reiss, chairman. Details of a very novel membership party to be held Feb. 18 \ will be given by Miss Reggie • Goldstein, membership chairman. • • • Pierre Van Paassen's latest' book, "That Day Alone,' will be • reviewed by Mrs. Lillian Krieger Burton, Saturday at 3:30 p. m. at the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Oc] ean Drive, Miami Beach. This book-review was scheduled tor last Tuesday evening and due to inclement weather it was postponed. Next week's program of the Spinoza Forum includes, Monday morning, 10:30 a. m. Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, lecturing on "The Life and Work of Brahms" and Tuesday evening, Dr. Morris Schneer of New York speaking on "Vitamins and Health." • • • Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, February 9th at 2:30 p. m. at the Evans Hotel, Miami Beach. Board members will meet for a special session at 12:30 at the hotel. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will preside during the business meeting and Mrs. I. M. Weinstein will present the program. The special project to be stressed is the Youth Aliyah, or immigration of young boys and girls from Hitler-dominated Europe into the Jewish Homeland under the sponsorship of Hadassah. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Sarah R. Berman, world traveller and member of the staff of the American Jewish World of Minneapolis, who will discuss "The Youth Movement in the World Today," based upon her own observations in many European countries and in Palestine. Miss Polly Gershon, member of the Business and Professional Women's Group of Hadassah, will report on the recent regional conference in Jacksonville. (Additional Society Page Seven) DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry • Year steaks are juicier led taste letter. ^? Year pie crusts ire crisp and flaky. 4 Year biscaits are browner and liffttir. Year sauces aid vegetables are tastier. Year neat bills are less. Your, utility bills are fewer. There are no mere cestly repair bills. Aid yea have mere beurs for play. A meal is never late because GAS" gives "All Weather Service": PEOPLES^J^^^^HCOMPAIVY Hollywooo • it. Liaderdile Uriel Beach SERVING ,V F I 0 it I D 4 5 FINEST AMERiCAN ]fvVlS'l CiNNF.lt" "^ r in irjn. 11 ** 6 c 0 L 1 1 N % *1 '. S.IPE€IS



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PAGE SIX Jewish fk>ridk*ri FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 SWIVEL CHAIR jNEAR THIS SPOT ON JUNE 23,1865 JUDAH P.BENJAMIN SECRETARY OF STATE | [FOR THE CONFEDERACY SET SAIL FOR A ~8


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PAGE TWO Jen 1st fhridian FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1942 Social Personals Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS Sol Blumenkranz has returned to the city after visiting in New York. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Engel of Philadelphia arc vacationing at the Cromwell Hotel, Miami Beach. • • • Sid Shane and Tony Adon of Newark, New Jersey are spending three weeks at the Barbizon Hotel, Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. M. Sabow and son, Jackie, left this week for New York after vacationing at the Habana Hotel. Miami Beach. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Melvin S. Hozris of Florence, South Carolina, are visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stein of Miami Beach. • • • Ben Miller of New York City, brother of Myron Miller. 1636 S. W. 19th St., arrived in Miami Beach Thursday for a two week's vacation. • • • Miss Rose Goldstein left for New York after spending a month on Miami Beach as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. Spivack, 905 Michigan Avenue. • • • Mrs. Milton Herman and daughters, Muriel, Arline and Linda, of Lawrence, Long Island. New York, are visiting on Miami Beach for the season. • • • Mrs. Murray Kaufman and daughters, Mary Ann and Joan, of Woodmere. Long Island, New York, are guests at the Milburn Hotel where they are visiting her father Mr. Morris Binder and family. ANNIVERSARIES ORGANIZATIONS Mr. and Mrs. J;iki" Brown. 944 N. W. 2nd Street, pioneer Miamiana and formerly active in Beth David Congregation and other local organizations, celebrated thrugolden wedding anniversary last week, They had many visitors who called to extend best wishes and were the recipients ol telegrams of congratulations. Elaborate plans are being made by the Miami Chapter of Masada for the Carnival-Dance to be held Sunday, February 15th at Beth David Congregation at 8 p. m. Mr. Robert Miller is general chairman of the affair. • • • A dinner and entertainment sponsored by Club No. 2 of the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine will be held Sunday evening. February 15th at 6:30 at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. Tickets are 75c. Mrs. Rose Marcus is in charge of arrangements. • • • Card and mah jongg party for the benefit of medical supplies for the war stricken people overseas will be sponsored by the Monticello chapter of Hadassah at the Monroe Towers. Miami Beach. Tuesday. February 17th at 2 p. m. Tickets may be obtained from the chairman. Mr§. Harry Gertner. 5-9729. or the president. Mrs. J. M. Rosenthal. 58-1135. • • • Frieda Markowitz Ladies Auxiliary, No. 174 will hold their installation of officers Tuesday evening at the Seven Seas Restaurant. Installing officer was Mrs. Beatrice Wigdor, national vice president; and toastmistress was Mrs. Beatrice Shopiro, outgoing president. Officers installed are Mrs. Ann Brooks, president; Mrs. Frances Meyerson, vice president; Mrs. Pearl Roth, junior vice president; Mrs. Shirley Aronesberg, secretary; Mrs. Kate Marks, treasurer. Installation conductress of the evening was Mrs. Betty Lcvi. The daughter's chapter held their installation of officers the same evening. Guests of honor present at the dinner were William J. Baros, Harry Farr, Nat Roth and Jack Green. MRS. LENA WOLK of Cleveland. Ohio, and a winter visitor in Miami Beach for the past several years, has returned to the city and assumed an active part in Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. Mrs. Wolk. active in Zionist activities, lead an English speaking branch of the Pioneer Women during her stay here. ORGANIZATIONS Middle aged woman desires position as companion to elderly person, or light housekeeping for couple. Experienced as practical nurse. F. Haskell, 209 Ninth Street, Miami Beach. Ph. 5-4404. Apt. 4. AL. PFLUEGER, Taxidermist Mounted Specimens on Sale "Largest Fish Mounting Plant in the World" 1367 N. MIAMI AVENUE PHONE 2-1424 A first aid class under the auspices of the American Red Cross is now being conducted at Morris Brothers Dept. Store, Miami Beach. Any one interested is asked to call Mr. Handelsman, at 5-4631. • • • Volunteer Surgical dressing work for the American Red Cross still continues daily at Richard's Department Store from 9:30 to 4:30. Many more volunteer workare are required to help meet the large quota assigned to the Miami chapter. We urge your cooperation to this cause. • • • The Sisterhood of the Beth Jacob Congregation will hold its next regular meeting in the Community Building, 311 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach, on Tuesday February 10th at 8 p. m. Mrs. B. H. London, president will preside. Mrs H. Marcus of the Consumers League will speak on a timely subject "How to Conserve in an Emergency." This will be followed by varied entertainment. II VxilmimeA," Clever ,n,i beautiful Valentine* for %  K. Sweethearl .1 : %  .,• \i A URKRTlNn i\\KI> FOR EVERY OCASSION e. & G, (.11 i SHUIP 127'.N. E. FIRST AVE. Valentines and Greeting Cards for all occasions MR. FOSTERS STORE SHOP IN COMFORT IN OUR AIR-CONDITIONED STORE 33 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE OFFICE SUPPLIES ENGRAVING OFFICE FURNITURE We Make Prompt Deliveries READY TO SERVE YOU On Ponce De Leon Blvd. |M|tf^^3F We cater around corner ^^P ^fV to Fishing, from bus depot ^t^gz*^ Churches and Coral Gables Card Parties DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH SHOP PHONE 48-1114 WE DELIVER c ame Wash. Ave. at 15th Miami Beach OPEN 1:45 0 NOW SHOWING THRU MON. FEB. 9 WINCHELL says "A MASTERPIECE" LOUELLA PARSONS says "IT'S TERRIFIC" You'll say it's one of the greatest of all time RICHARD LLEWELLYN'S MY VALLEY' With WALTER PIDGEON MAUREEN O'HARA LATE SHOW SAT. NITE AT 11 P. M. ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED The Miami Circle of the United Order True Sisters will meet February 9th at the Hotel Adams, 21st Street and Park Avenue, Miami Beach at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Rose Baran, past grand president will preside. Tuesday, February 17th at 2 p. m. the organization will sponsor an afternoon of games at the Vanderbilt Hotel, 20th Street and Collins Avenue, to aid crippled and cardiac children. Hostesses will be Mrs. Jessie Rich. Mrs. Hannah Klein and Mrs. Eli Cohen. • • • The Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home will hold their next meeting on Wednesday. February 11th, at 1:30 p. m. in the Elk's Lodge, 720 West Avenue. Miami Beach. A musical program will be heard. On Sunday. February 8th. at 3 p. m. the chapter honors the members of the Council of Jewish Women and the National Jewish Congress, when they come to inspect the Home. 4250 West Flagler Street. Miami. Hostesses are Mrs. I. Cohen, Mrs. A. Dreyer and Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Tag Day, an annual event on Miami Beach, will be held by the chapter on Saturday. February 14th. Small cracked red hearts will be given with every coin dropped in a collector's box. Mrs. I. Cohen is in charge of the event and is being assisted by a large number of members. The engagement of Miss Gertrude Hyde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyde of New Orleans, to Mr. Ernest M. Gunzberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gunzberg of Richmond, Virginia, was announced recently. Mr. Gunzberg, a resident of Florida since 1937 is executive field director of the Florida State Resettlement Committee. The wedding will take place at a private ceremony March 1st with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. After a honeymoon the couple will make their home in Tampa. BIRTHS FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-08 28 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rich of Atlanta, Georgia, announce the birth of their son on Sunday, January 25th. Mrs. Rich is the former Miss Irene Slann of Miami. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Max Swartz announce the birth of their son, David Earl, last Thursday, January 29th, at Jackson Memorial Hospital. The bris took place yesterday morning. SARATOGA .JOINS MIAMI BEACH FAMOUS WELL NO. 1 NATURAL MINERAL WATER (Carlsbad Springs) SPARKLING VICHY (Table Water-Mixer) Ask Your Grocer Or Druggist For It Urquhart-Symonds Agencies 88 Biscayne St. (Foot of Ocean Dr.) Phone 5-2292 Drink Hall On Premises Gartenberg & Schechter's PARK CENTRAL HOTEL and strictly Kosher Dining Room Catering to the General Publio DINNER SERVED 5:30 P. M. to 7:30 P. M. Special attention to Private Functions, Banquet!). Bar Mitzvaha, Weddings 640 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach PHONE 5-5855 IT LIKES YOU klVcHSIDS; KilOUu' C 41A P £ U MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual. CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL ABE EISENBERG Resident Manager



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wJewisti /Floridiai n COMBINING TlhtB JieW'tiSfa HJinSty *9 VOLUME 15—No. 6 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS RAISING FUNDS PLAN APPROVED A! CHICAGO MEET Chicago (WNS)—A plan recom| mending joint fund-raising for all leading Jewish civic protective agencies in this country, similar to that of the United Jewish Appeal, was approved by more than 400 delegates gathered at the [ninth annual assembly of the I Council of Jewish Federations land Welfare Funds. i This plan, prepared by a comImittee headed by Edgar J. KaufImann. also recommended a joint (budgeting of all national programs for civic protective work [through the General Jewish Council which at present is composed of the American Jewish Committee, the B'nai B'rith and he Jewish Labor Committee. The report further recommended that the allocation of functions imong defense agencies be developed by the Jewish General Council which in turn should be Enlarged to include the Synagogue Council as a constituent body End representatives of organized Cities. The delegates greeted with applause the acceptance of these proposals by Carl Sherman of the American Jewish Congress, Henry Monsky. president of the B'nai B'rith and Bezalel Sherman of Jewish Labor Committee. The report was referred to the 3oard of Directors of the Council, with the understanding that pie Council was to find immediate means to implement the report. A report by Maurice B. Hexter. assistant executive vice-president of the New York Federation, presented to a special session, asked BRITISH GENERAL PRAISES INDUSTRY IN PALESTINE L Cairo (WNS)—Industry in Palestine has "lifted the economic standard of the Middle East," General Heyning, former commander of the British forces in Palestine stated in an address before the Palestine Industrial Exposition. He stressed particularly the contribution of Palestinian industry toward the war effort. Orders totaling more than one million pounds were received by the Exposition during its six months existence, mainly for the needs of the army. The official Palestine representative of the Exposition said that it "represented a new chapter for industry in Palestine." Among those who praised the Exposition were King Farouk and the British minister in Egypt. IS NOT E DESTITUTE JEWISH CHILDREN JAM WELFARE INSTITUTIONS Stockholm (WNS)—Jewish children have been crowded into Belgian Welfare institutions in Antwerp by parents who are unable to provide for them as a result of the stringent restrictions on Jewish employment and business, was revealed here in an ar. tide attacking Jews, which appeared in the Nazi Dutch paper, "Volk en Stat." (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) 1RUMANIAN PAPER CALLS IFOR EXPULSION OF JEWS London (WNS)—The official •organ of the Rumanian governIment, "Porunka Vremi," published in Bucharest, issued a delmand for the expulsion of all iJews now living in Rumania, it |was reliably reported here. Evidently not content with its Irecent move to expel all Jews jfrom Odessa by May 1st, the RuInianian authorities have now undertaken, through the agency of %  their official newspaper, to campaign for the wholesale dispcrIsion of the Jewish population Jfrom Rumanian territory. A further demand for the imIrnediate razing of Jewish institutions and the burning of Jewish Isynagogues was made by the r'Porunka Vremo" as it called for Itactics similar to those used by INazi Germany in its attempted %  annihilation of the Jews. The INazi-inspired article concluded Iits barbarous proposal with the pope that after the war Rumania would be left Judenrein. DEDICATION OF CIRCLE LYCEUM BE SUNDAY FIFTEEN THOUSAND JEWS ARE IN THE BRITISH ARMY Chicago (WNS)—Fifteen thousand Palestinian Jews are serving with the British forces in a voluntary capacity on many fronts, Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal told the closing sessions of the Council. He pointed to this as a measure of showlr >g the fighting spirit of Jews. The formal opening and dedication of the Workmen's Circle lyceum located at 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, will be held Sunday, February 8th at 6 p. m. The program for the evening includes a supper, concert and entertainment. The chairman of the evening, Morris Jacobs, will be introduced by JPollack and Hyman Laibson will be toastmaster. Harry Abels will be in charge of the English portion of the program. The lyceum was built filling the need of the organization for their continuance of their program both locally and nationally. The lyceum will be the scene of meetings, lectures, cultural entertainment and forums. The Workmen's Circle is part of the national organization which is more than forty years old. The group provides their members with hospitalization insurance and death benefits in addition to the cultural program of national scope. It provides prominent speakers and artists for these programs. It has youth and Englishspeaking divisions. The local group takes an active part in the community activities of a general nature. Sunday evening's dedicatory program includes songs by Miss Ruth Brotman. piano selections by Anyuto Melicov. dramatic skits by Ben Yonkof and Madame G. Ger. National officers of the organization will be present for the celebration and include: H. Appelbaum, Savannah. Ga., district secretary; Alex Robbins, Jacksonville, assistant district secretary; and M. J. Merlin, Atlanta, Ga, past executive secretary. These officials are all from the Southeastern District. URUGUAY SUPPRESSES ONLY TWO JEWISH NEWSPAPERS With campaign figures totaling only $105,000 in the 1942 Greater Miami Jewish Federation drive, a special emergency meeting of the Budget Committee was called by the chairman, Max Orovitz, for Wednesday afternoon at 4 p. m. The committee will take into consideration the necessary budget readjustment because of funds short of the goal which will necessarily affect local, national and overseas participating agencies. The figure stood at $105,000 despite the fact that more individuals contributed to the campaign than last year. This was attributed, by campaign officials to a decrease of pledges by a great number of contributors and the witholding of pledges by many others. A recontacting of all individuals who decreased their pledges is in progress and also the reaching of those individuals who previously gave and this year remained unreported. The success of this task will make it possible for the goal to be reached and workers are still in the field in an effort to bring the campaign to a successful conclusion. The drive has not been officially closed and the Special Gifts Committee is working diligently on several large contributions. Campaign officers will publish a complete report on the drive. NATION'S MANPOWER WILL REGISTER FEB. 14, 15 AND 16 Emphasizing that the Selective Service Registration on February 14, 15, and 16 will complete the registration of America's potential military manpower. Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins. State Director of Selective Service, pointed out that it affects every male resident in Florida between the military ages of 20 and 45 years, with a few exceptions made by Congress. The requirement. Gen. Collins explained, is that all male persons not previously registered, who attained their twentieth birthday on or before December 31, 1941, and who have not attained their forty-fifth birthday before February 16, 1942. must register as of their home address between 7 a. m. and 9 p. m. on February 14th. 15th, or 16th. In other words, all unregistered men who were born between February 17. 1897, and December 31, 1921, must register. Men between 21 and 36 years of age who registered in 1940 and 1941 are not required to register again, the general stated. "HELLSHIP" REPORTED SUNK BY AN UNIDENTIFIED SUB Montevideo (WNS)—The only two Jewish newspapers in Uruguay, published here for a number of years, were ordered to cease publishing by police authorities under the new press regulations, effective here. Simultaneously, it was announced, that no Yiddish newspapers from abroad will be allowed into Uruguay. The Uruguayan government had previously introduced a bill in parliament forbidding the publication of newspapers in foreign or "exotic languages which are difficult to control." It provided that a newspaper could not be published except in a language taught in local high schools, unless a Spanish translation of all material was furnished. A. 0. L PALESTINE JEWISH GIRLS IN TRAINING FOR MECHANICS New York (WNS)—The Navemar, Spanish freighter against which passengers brought suit for more than $3,000,000 after a harrowing journey from Seville, Spain, has been sunk by an unidentified submarine, it was announced here. Louis W. Arnold, special commissioner in admiralty in Brooklyn, who verified the report, stated that the claims is granted, would be paid out of the bond of $866,758 which the Navemar's owners posted when she left here Jerusalem (WNS)—A contingent of sixty young Palestinian Jewish women, the first of such groups, started a six-weeks' training course for war service as nurses, cooks, store keepers, chauffeurs and mechanics. The course is being given by a staff of non-commissioned officers of the Women's Territorial Service, who arrived here recently from England. E IS URGED LOCALLY Urging the Dade County Defense Council to lose no time in the complete and immediate preparation of this area for air raid attack, Lieutenant-Colonel James E. Lawton, U. S. A., brought word today that Greater Miami, together with certain other cities on the southeastern coast, had been officially designated as a region considered vulnerable to attack. Colonel Lawton has been assigned by the army to the Atlanta headquarters of the O. C. D. and by that headquarters to Florida. The designation of this area as vulnerable was made in Washington by the O. C. D. in conjunction with officials of the War Department. "Everyone is instructed," said Colonel Lawton, "to see to it, in each of the critical areas especially, that no time is lost in completing all civil defense preparations, g Good civil defense in time of attack makes the difference between relative safety of life and property and great loss of both. Since civil defense is, in each community, a local and strictly civilian affair, the army has no responsibility for it and cannot control its activities—although the army is ready at all times to help and to advise local defense councils. Training should be conducted here in Miami with all possible speed. The essential equipment for the pfoper establishment of air raid protection should be acquired as rapidly as possible." In the event a local council is for any reason unable to produce the results demanded by the urgency of any given situation, the -Colonel said, it will devolve upon the State to remedy the difficulVISIT IN M1AM Sigmund Livingston, chairman and founder of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, in addition to Richard Gutstadt, national A. D. L. director, will attend the forthcoming conference and symposium of the Florida A. D. L. office scheduled for Miami February 14th and 15th, it was announced Thursday. Previously, it had been reported Mr. Gutstadt would attend but did not name Livingston when he said a number of prominent members of A. D. L. national headquarters would also be at the conference. Staff members of the Florida office will describe recent techniques in treating internal Jewish situations with which there has been considerable experimentation during the past year. Through the media of movies, slides and exhibits. Miami Jewry will have an opportunity to become intimately acquainted with the nature of the present threats against American institutions and the methods to counteract them. "With the entrance of the United States into World War II, the Anti-Defamation League in many respects faces its heaviest task and at the same time its greatest opportunity," Boxerman said. "Far from reducing materially the need for its operations, the war has created new demands for its service." Admission to the conference and symposium on Saturday evening. February 14th. and Sunday morning and afternoon. February 15th, at the Alcazar Hotel, is by invitation only. A Sunday luncheon will be among features at the event. NAZIS ARE WORRIED OVER SYMPATHY SHOWN TO JEWS London (WNS)—The increasing sympathy of the German people for the oppressed Jews has assumed such proportions that it is making Nazi leaders highly nervous, a leading editorial in the influential Nazi "Swastika Banier" indicated. The editorial warned all German citizens who expressed pity or sympathy for the Jewish population of severe recriminations by the Nazi police. Admitting their alarm over the increased sentiment toward the Jews, the Nazi paper specifically urged banks to keep a sharp watch on all checks issued, and all money turned over to Jews, so that those aiding them may be apprehended by the authorities. Recently the German police ordered the Jews to clear the snow from the Berlin streets only under sover of darkness, because of the marked sympathy and help that they received from passersby during the daytime. (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) CANCELLATION OF VISAS IS DENIED BY U. S. DEPARTMENT Washington (WNS)—A widespread report that the State Department had ordered the cancellation of visas to refugees abroad, was denied here by the Department through the office of the HIAS as a baseless and misleading rumor. 4E&ZJf&2'. r.thw:^^



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1942 Jew is* Ih rid tor PAGE FTVK 1415 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, RABBI 1536 Jefferaon Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath eve services Friday at 8 p. m., including bar mitzvah of Jason Morton. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood meeting Monday at 8 p. m. All day sewing session for the American Red Cross, British War Relief Society, Bundles for Britain, and Bundles for Bluejackets, Wednesday from 9 to 5. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday night at 8 o'clock Rabbi Leon Spitz will speak on the subject "Was Abraham Lincoln a Good Jew?" Cantor Josef S. Lcngyel will officiate with the assistance of the Jewish Center Choir, directed by Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning, Rabbi Israel Elfenbein, formerly a prominent Brooklyn Rabbi and now professor at the Bet Midrash l'Torah of Chicago, will preach on the Scriptural lesson., as a guest of the Center. At 10:30 the children are reminded to attend and following the services a special kiddush will be served to the children. At the Oneg Shabbos Rabbi Spitz will preside. Dr. Bension will be absent from the city this week end on a visit to Jacksonville where he will be guest speaker at the Jacksonville Jewish Center, his former pulpit. M. Gershon will teach his Hebrew Prophetic Texts class. Sisterhood The Sisterhood is continuing its Sunday night socials for men and women. At these socials refreshments are served and all manner of parlor games, cards, bridge, man jongg and the like are played. The Sisterhood committee are the hostesses. The Sisterhood is also planning for an annual Donors Dinner on March 18. At the last meeting held on Tuesday evening plans were also perfected for reservations for the Frankel Dinner Dance on Sunday evening, Feb. 22. Hebrew School Holiday The conclusion of the first term of the Hebrew School will be celebrated this Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the presence of all the students, their parents and friends, in the Center Synagogue Auditorium. The entire community is cordially invited to attend the programme which will consist of Hebrew songs by the school declamations, and recitations prepared by David Freedman. Cantor Lengyel will render solo selections and will lead the Hebrew School chorus. Rabbi Leon Spitz, the principal, will preside and inspiring addresses will be made by Dr. S. Bension, President Frankel of the Center, and Abraham Epstein of New York, well known Hebrew author and critic. No admission cards will be necessary. Memorial Tablets The Center Memorial Tablets which have been donated by Hyman Berman and Sol and Morris Weingarten have already been set up in our synagogue auditorium and will be unveiled at a beautiful and solemn ceremonial on Sunday evening, March 8th. Consecration of Cemetery The entire community is invited to the Chinuch Haggeder, the consecration of the Mount Nebo Cemetery at West Flagler Street and 54th Avenue, Miami, on Sunday, February 15th at 3 o'clock. Rabbis and cantors from the several congregations in Greater Miami have been invited to attend. Solemn exercises and sacred ritual will be on the afternoon's program. Cars will be available at the Center for those who do not own cars. Center Forum Professor Israel Elfenbein. formerly a distinguished Brooklyn rabbi and now a professor at the Rabbinical College of Chicago, will be guest speaker at the Jewish Center Forum this Monday evening at eight o'clock. All men and women are invited to attend and to participate in the open discussion which will follow the lecture. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KEI,T,NER, Rabbi 1823 8 W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue JOSEPH MAI.EK. Cantor 300 N. W. 16th Avenue Phone 2-0828 TALMUD TORAH 1645 8. W. Third Street BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 111 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21st Terrace CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Shachrls 7:15 a.m. Second Minyon 8:00 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m. Pro Patria We continue this week to bring greetings and regards from our soldiers. Today we remember Corporal Allan Miller, son of Mrs. Louis Block, 1643 S. W. 7th St., who is serving our country at Ft. Benning Ga. with the 124th Infantry. In the Synagogue Mincha Services daily commence at 5:50 p. m. and a half hour before Mincha Rabbi Gluck teaches the class in Mishna. The class in Shulchan Aruch conducted by Rabbi Kellner between Mincha and Maariv daily will learn the Laws of Purim starting next Monday. The Sholos circle enjoys great popularity and the donor last Sabbath was David Rabinovich. Faculty Meeting The next meeting of the Sunday School faculty will be held on Tuesday night, Feb. 10th in the auditorium of the new synagogue. Rabbi Kellner will discuss the projected program for the forthcoming Purim play. Mazel Tov We are most happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Wilensky upon the marriage of their daughter Grace, to Mr. Nathan Straus which took place in Rabbi Kellner's study last Sunday. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Herbert Nehemiah Geltner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Geltner of 1784 S. W. 5th Street, will be observed in the synagogue this coming Sabbath morning. The happy parents take this means to extend a most cordial invitation to all members and friends to join with them at the affair. Congratulations The congregation is pleased to wish sincere mazel tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Abe Snyder of Coconut Grove upon the birth of their daughter, Bernice, who was named in our synagogue last Monday morning. Masel Tov We are pleased to greet Brother Isaac Rosengarten upon the birth of his grandson who was born last Thursday. May the happy parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schwartz, raise their newbora child in health, happiness and good Jewishness. AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldfl. Miami Beach Florida Friday Night Forum "Justice" will be the theme of Rabbi Mescheloff's lecture this Friday night. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Come early to be assured of a seat. Doors open at 7:30 p. m.; service begins at 8:30 p. m.; closes at 9:30 p. m. Guest Speaker Rev. Meyer Freed, director of public relations for the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Yeshiva and Yeshiva College of New York, will be guest speaker at this Sabbath morning's services. His subject will be "Israel and the Torah." Junior Congregation A. Loskove, leader, reports a splendid attendance of children and young people at our Sabbath morning service. He welcomes more students to the Youth Study group held Saturday at 4:30 p. m. Minnionaires For a real thrill visit our Minnionaire service held each Sunday at 8:45 a. m. Our Sisterhood serves a communal breakfast for the young men after the service. Sisterhood Meeting Our monthly Sisterhood meeting will be held this Tuesday evening in our synagogue building. An interesting program has been prepared. All our members and friends are invited. Daughters of Israel All friends of the principle of Jewish Family Purity will be happy to hear of the purchase of a lot at Michigan and Alton Road for the erection of a modern ritularium and women's club. A regular meeting and Melaveh Malkeh will be held in our Community Building this Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Mizrachi of Miami Beach A great success from every angle was the first Palestine Night concert in our area held Sunday night in our Community Building. A varied program of vocal and instrumental music, readers and performers was introduced by our rabbi, who served as M. C. The Mizrachi will meet again Saturday night, February 14th. Men and women are welcome. P. T. A. An important P. T. A. meeting was held at our synagogue Tuesday night. Our P. T. A. is running a motion picture show Sunj day night, February 15th. Tickets are on sale at our office. Dr. Maurice Klein was guest speaker of the evening. Our Glee Club entertained. Mrs. A. Steinberg presided. Habanoth "Paris Calling" will be the feature picture at the Theater Party held by our Habanoth girls on February 10th and 11th. The Habanoth meet each Tuesday at 7:30. We welcome new members. Cantor's Concert This Sunday night is the night of our Cantor's annual concert. We hope to see all of our friends there. Hadassah The B. & P. Hadassah meet at our synagogue Tuesday at 8 p. m. Our Sympathies Our deepest sympathies are extended to our member Saul Milstein on the loss of his mother. May the Almighty console the bereaved. Congratulations Congratulations to Morton Berman, Miss Florence Genet, and all others who have graduated from the Miami U. Mazul Tov Miss Florence Genet is to be congratulated on her engagement to Dr. Ralph Coleman of Charleston, this week. Miss Lillian Milgrom and Mr. Harry Cooper were married in a simple ceremony at our rabbi's home Tuesday afternoon. Cantor Berele Kelemer assisted. Women's Home Defense Club Fifteen blue sweaters have Congregation Gates of Prayer with its new address at 230 Lincoln Road, southwestern corner of Lincoln Road and Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, will hold its regular weekly services Friday evening and Sabbath morning. The congregation under the leadership of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, holds services daily each morning at 7 and 8 a. m. and in the evenings at 5:30 o'clock. The subject of the rabbi's sermon this coming Saturday morning will be "Proper Atmosphere." Next Monday night at 8:30 o'clock a meeting of the entire membership will be held at the congregation at which time a report will be given on various activities being launched by the synagogue. All are invited to attend the congregation as well as the membership meeting. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer CengregaUon) 185 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2178 Office Phone 2-1472 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 8-8172 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbl Emeritus 6998 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LaGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 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 Morgulies Reporting {or BUh David Congregation and Sisterhood Scout Sabbath Friday evening at 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct, and Cantor Henry Marbein assisted by the choir will chant. This week has been designated as "Scout Sabbath" throughout the country, and in keeping with the spirit of this occasion with Boy Scout Troop of the Y. M. H. A. will participate during our late Friday evening services. Mr. Maurice Grossman, executive director of the "Y" will speak briefly, emphasizing the Scout's Law, "The Scout is Reverent." Rabbi Shapiro will explain the meaning of the Scout. An Oneg Shabbos in the Auditorium immediately after the Benediction. Bar Mitzvah During the services this Saturday morning, Stanley, the son of Mrs. Molly Apte, will become Bar-Mitzvah. He will recite the "Maftir" and extend a greeting A cordial Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal I to the worshippers, problems. You will be assured symj nv it a tion is extended to all mempathetlc hearing and advice, and. needless to eny. each matter will be held In strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, February 6 at 8:15 p. m.. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject, "Commandments That Endure." The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israel choir, composed of Arturo di Filippi tenor; Emory Krieger, baritone; Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto; and Frances Tarboux, organist and directress. Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wise invite you to attend the bar mitzvah celebration of their son, Dickie, to be held at the Temple services this Friday evening at 8:15 o'clock. A reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, February 7 at 11 o'clock, Congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of weekly portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening ,the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Rosa Gruner Wolfson, wife of Louis Wolfson, and mother of Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Sidney Meyer; Mendel Cromer, husband of Mrs. Florence Cromer; Tillie Weil Adler, mother of Mrs. F. Friedman; Abe W. Winston, husband of Mrs. Bertha Winston. Yahrzeits: Herman A. Cohen, brother of Michael A. Cohen; Harry Geist, husband of Mrs. Rita Geist; Muriel Zwitman, mother of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman and Nathan Zwitman; Cecile Rosenthal, mother of Mrs. Herman Wall; Jay Leibovit, husband of Mrs. Tillie Leibovit. The floral offerings of last week were presented in memory of Harry M. Barg and Rebecca Woolf Bonwit. oeen made by our women for presentation to our soldiers fighting in Palestine. Meetings are held Thursdays at 8 p. m. Young Judeans Thursday night is Young Judean night for all boys and girls at our Community Building. Will you join? bers and friends. Re-Dedication Mr. Sidney H. Palmer, Congregational President, wishes to announce that the Congregation, in conjunction with the Sisterhood are formulating plans to re-dedicate our newly re-decorated auditorium. Rabbi Shapiro will head the committee of arrangements and will be assisted by Mr. Jack August, Mr. Sam Dickson, Mr. Harry Simons and Mr. Nat Zalka. Mrs. Sam Dickson is in charge of the refreshments and helping her in this unusual affair will be, Mrs. Isador Fine, president of the Sisterhood, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin and Mrs. Louis Margulies. Details and date to be announced next week's issue. Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Radio Hour over WIOD this Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 5 o'clock. He will discuss the subject, "Ethics as the Basis for Peace." Cantor Henry Marbein will be in charge of the musical program. He will sing "Celeste Aide" from Verdi's opera and Liturgical selections accompanied at the piano by Miss Eleanor Edelstein. In Memoriam The following 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 this Friday night: Chayim, father of Mr. B. Left; Chaya Molka, mother of Molihner Family; Tziporah, mother of Mrs. Kate Marks; Tobias, father of Louis Borochoff. Purim Ball Mrs. Isador Cohen, general chairman of our Annual PrePurim Ball, is happy to announce that this affair is well under way, and is certain of its usual fine success. The committee is sparing no efforts to plan an evening for your entertainment. An outstanding orchestra has been engaged for dancing, and an excellent program is being arranged. Remember the date, Sunday evening, February 22nd at Beth David's newly re-decorated auditorium. i*~ is the BEST.'



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(^ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1942 fJewist fk>ridkn PAGE SEVEN HITS AT WAR-JOB me EXCLUSION Washington (WNS)—In an effort to stop further discrimination in the hiring of aliens for war work, Paul J. McNutt, Federal Security Administrator said that refusal to hire persons merely because they are aliens is contrary to the policy of the Federal government. Pointing out that less than onesixteenth of one per cent of the 5,000,000 aliens in this country has been placed in custody, Mr. McNutt remarked that this •wholly unwarranted reluctance of employers to employ aliens in their plants has been deplored by President Roosevelt." Referring to a recent speech by Attorney General Biddle, in which the attorney general condemned economic discrimination of aliens as a, "two-edged sword," Mr. McNutt urged a relaxation of the pressure against the alien and a more humane and understanding attitude on the part of industrial employers. Mr. McNutt's statement also made public an order to John J. Corson, director of the employment service, to instruct every manager of every local employment office that discrimination against persons merely because they are aliens is not countenanced by the United States government. Recently Earl Warren, state attorney general, announced that Governor Olsen's proposal to revoke business and professional licenses of California aliens, a move that would affect more than 5,000 physicians, dentists, and civil engineers, many of | them Jewish refugees from Germany, was under review and could not be executed until the policy of the United States government in such cases could be determined. 85 JEWISH REFUGEES APPLY TO N. R. S. FOR AID IN U. S. New York (WNS)—Within two weeks after the refugee ship, "Guine," had docked in New York, eighty-five Jewish refugees applied for assistance to the National Refugee Service, a beneficiary of the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine. The "Guine" brought to the United States 250 refugees, many of whom had suffered years of confinement in Nazi concentration camps. The refugees arrived from Lisbon and Casablanca, their passage booked by the Joint Distribution Committee. One of the refugees who applied for assistance was a journalist who helped who helped evacuate the British at Dunkirk. The Jewish journalist was in Cannes, France, covering the Film Bienniel when the war broke out. He was thrown into jail as a German, but was released when he offered to join the French Labor Battalion in Manosque. A few weeks later he was transferred to the British Expeditionary Forces to help build air bases in France. After aiding the British in their thrilling retreat from Dunkirk, the Jewish journalist escaped in a truck left behind by the Royal Air Force and headed for the South of France. He arrived safely in Cannes and stayed there for many months, but one day he was thrown into jail when he showed a friend a paper which recounted news of de Gaulle. ADDITIONAL SOCIETY CANTOR MAURICE MAMCHES will present his Sixth Annual Concert Sunday evening, February 8th at 8 p. m. at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Having built enviable reputation for himself as an artist as cantor of the Beth Jacob Congregation, Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach, and as a concert performer, he will feature the evening with the rendition of a group of selections in his beautiful tenor voice. Eleanor Clark Linton, concert pianist, will be his accompianist and will also play several selections. Other assisting artists will be Melvin Michaels, child violin virtuoso, and Alexander Drucker, flutist. Many garments for men, women and children are being made by volunteer workers for the American Red Cross at the work room sponsored by the Ladies Auxiliary, Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation at their Talmud Torah Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., under the direction of Mrs. L. Sabin. Garments, already cut for sewing, are also given out for work at home. Those who have already received Red Cross pins for volunteer service of 50 hours each are Mrs. Louis Block, Mrs. S. Gimdy, Mrs. L. Kleber, Mrs. Sam Meyers, and Mrs. R. Sakowitz. An appeal is being made for more sewing machines to carry out this project. • • • "The Battle of South America," by Albert E. Carter, will be reviewed by Bertha Aldrich at the forum sponsored by the Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women, at 2 p. m. Friday in the Miami Beach Elk's Club, 720 West Avenue, Miami Beach. Miss Aldrich is a librarian, traveller and lecturer. Ruth Kendel, pupil of Dora Rosenhouse Lyon, will give a dramatic skit. Mrs. Harry Marcus will conduct the consumer portion of the program. Mrs. Aaron Farr will be chairman for the day. On February 13th, the guest speaker of the Forum will be John Bitter, conductor of the University of Miami Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Bitter will present a group of his orchestra in several musical selections. Mrs. David P. Catsman will be chairman. The bar mitzvah of Stanley Apte, son of Mrs. Molly Apte, will take place Saturday morning at 9:30 at Beth David Synagogue. Friends and relatives are invited. 7' Government Owned Springs THOUSANDS ENJOY J&WV& UNCLE SAM'S MECCA ARKANSAS Convnint to all thrilling activitii, th Eastman offari baautWul room* and suitof, it* own pnvato Park, a government controlled bathnou*e under the ame roof, and a lodge on Lake Hamilton for iteak-friei and other gala event*. Daily rates from $160 ... Write for decripriv# literature. WALTER E. DAVIS. Manager EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS Direction: Southwest Hotels Inc. Mrs. H. Grcdy Monnin g, President JEWS ATTACKED The Jewish Floridian is equipped to handle anything in the line of commercial printing. Just call 2-1141 and a representative will call at your convenience. ON POLISH TOWN London (WNS) — A Nazi-inspired pogrom in the Polish city of Zolchaczow resulted in the death of one Jew and in the serious injury of fifty others, it was reported here in Polish Jewish circles. The Nazis circulated among the German settlers during a market day and spread false rumors that the Jews were buying up all the produce. These tactics served to arouse the German community which aided the Nazis in breaking into the local Jewish schoolhouse and severely beating the teacher and his pupils, twelve of whom were critically injured. The Nazis also succeeded in completely demolishing a number of Jewish houses during the pogrom. Polish peasants from the neighboring countryside, who had come to the city to attend the market, refused to join in the attacks on the Jews although urged to do so by the Nazis, the report went on to say. Though none of the attackers were arrested by the authorities, the Nazi police took this occasion to arrest several Jews with the alleged excuse that they were responsible for the outbreak. New York (WNS)—A memorial Meeting for the late Professor Moses Schorr, Chief Rabbi of the Jewish Community of Warsaw, was held here, at the Kehilath Jeshorun Congregation. Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO., INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. 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