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MMW wrtMMi PAGE TWC •Jentetflcrirfiar Social Personals Clubs • • FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13. 1943 Organizations ORGANIZATIONS weeks • • • ,f • Mr • • • Mr? Bessae Fag= :: N. rk -----1%  -_,7 : .' --_ -: Mrs Ada Bs --r" • • • 'IT-; Ida Jacobs :: ;.._i ."-%  %  %  -' • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • -7 Lsra y ---. -,.: A rongress mr inces the sent :: their A Lad : m tc be bekJ Fefc C tc March ;:-: :rourtesy tc B ad assan H hoidinj 1 senefit at • • • 37r;:,7 Miami Chapter >a%  7 Reserva : Mi ; • • • S ~ irday after ORGANIZATIONS 1 Ebr Palest %  t March 22 the ; Beach. IE I jrranj its are Mrs ? ;.;•.Mrs. M. 3*:k md Mrs %  Seitlin. ;. Women 1 "ttgaruzatiooa ::' Greater Miami .. meet Tuesday afternoon. : :: 17 at 1 JO at --"--'•-..' S E Place lents : ill affilial I p -.-1 jrged tc tt nd Mrs Sydney %  %  ..: be the rta :. >rganizauons • • • A regular id t tmj L F 16 at 1 JO p. m a: the home :: Mr; Meyer -: %  : IT S W %  St the : nominal be appointed MR Sady< -R -%  ORGANIZATIONS pjja, reekly meeting of An event of Sunday, Feb g .,' I! A Z A -A-as the wedding of Minnie ?..fa. Plans are bedaughter of Mr. and Mrs M. aapter R;fas. to Harold Reams of At7 the V 5 O :ar.'.a. Ga whick took place at Mming meetthe Tides HoteL Rabbi Atra.-.aumbers will have to Keliner performed the ceremony. ."-fens* BaaAftet a honeymoon tr.: %  gain a-.-..i£.or. p > will reside m Bmnir.gha.-r. ting Ala. • • • • • • 3 .__... % %  %  Bonds Today The marriage of Molly 3ear, • • _• ... daughter of Mr ar.d Mrs Moms Mr Joseph L. 1 •••;-.g^ ar x Bernard Klein, scr. of r -" : r Mr. ar.d Mrs. Harry Klen ; :' the -;,„ %  y-r< A -ill take place Sun•"•' day afterr.ocr. at 2 p. m. a: the %  • -.. -f Rabbi Abraham Kellr.er. Buy Defeat* Bonds ... .. 63rtenberg&Schechter's I ....... r .. — : : %  %  %  % %  : • %  :-; : : : I : -:: -.%  E •-. Ejti : .: "i: W ;.-. Ha su: ect ... : What Makes a M Mrs. 1 .' tsman : 7 :: the Forum will at Mr William Boxerman % % %  : -. %  • th AntiC famat: Leagu< t = nai Mrs I A. : • • • : .. • plans a : c %  : Miami J.^p:er of F :;• Ann ial Camival• I : Sunday T :~at B • %  A -,:.": : I A •• T %  ; A iacce con" • • • ?.-.—: Drgarizs : Pa So 2 of MiE .. ... bold 1 supper and ;7: : 7:i.7.7r.T7: Sunday evening Tr15 at 630 at the Works Circle Lyceum 2S '• A Miami Bead) ba rcenmemoration :: the 40th 37.rsary :: ::.; Jewish National Fund P r oce e d! :: the a::a^ "*'.ll £. '.: ;.-.-:.; 7.;.—.iA. ; ; r^-:ple :: : turn tc Pal* a 77.; 77:rening will include F _^ ::"-.ar. .T. Z ritman Nina Zukerman, exemuve member : ::.<: Pi W mens Organization :: New Y rk gr~v.-gs : 7 -•. M .. iGoodlow ar.d Ler.a Wolk. and the '-: Brandt No. 290 J. N W. A will 1 pres* : .:. i by s. Minen. ." .;.::.:-.:: the • .7; F7.ir.k NIa7sho at the .-:.-: :rd:.i-. Lillian Marcus vocal selections Bon Yankos Madante Ger ai will ;:r.g rial and folk songs. Chairman for U11 ning be Mrs R Dechovitz Mrs. Rose Marcus will arg ( arrang.mmunues throughout A ^^pt^R wu i be held ft 7-. 3 intry —---, 5 p. m. at the home of the r • %  "•' %  %  : :.-.%  : i 7.arer.t£. 1717 S. W. ;--..-. St the third : banquet .. ir n a ;; f^endi are invited -' %  % %  : Mi— : couple will temporar.ly rer. New York. %  • Hias -r." en at Victor Hoi Mi i Bei Sunday March • • • rlter by V.Mi and Mn Max Etting -.'. Mi : iwners in Toledo. Ohic and winter reaidenti memory ::' their son Victor ..-.-: .:' Miami B*ach. announ-.e the committee's headquarters '-~-~: at forthcoming Tnarr^age of I .7 the hotel and reservations may be daughter B: — at your ; : ;:: vtunity FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0 8 2 8 C ame > %  1 3*i:OPEN 1:45 0 II lit zziszgj f*<^ 7r.:: tht Sit He-eJ "PARIS CALLING" A TT E N T I O N %  --iwwl c: Grecter N'-.-r— • ore mviteci :c crr:er.d the CHINUCH HA6GED-C0NSECRATI0N of the MT. NEBO CEMETERY BBadai the sutpiOM of The Micmi Beech Jewtsi Center Ed We* T'.zz'.ez Street and 54th Avenue Miami This Sunday, Feb. 15 at 3 p. m. So-?:.;! busses will leave the Ceme: a: 2:3C sharp A GREAT MTTZVAH, AN IMPRESSrVE CEREMONY A HOLY DUTY :cr :c~r-i EAXDC1PH SCCTT • • • STA2TS TCMCRROW Sc-_ Tnru T=e_ Feb. 1VI" gj HAND-SEWN MOCCASINS $ 2.98 DC7G1AS Fairbanks, Jr. "THE (ORSicnn BROTHERS" AHM TAMlzC" SPECIAL! $100 7l&£&01*XLs Growers and Shippers oi Indian River fruits. Oranges Grapefruit OR Mixed y practical and inex--: '-*%  • %  ; %  g:: :o K7.i y:-r is back home: Nclson-Klingcnsmith C TT-ompany OBMM Evenings Phone 2-5573



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1942 *hnislFk>rSJicir PAGE THREE KING'S..^^ KOMMENTS @ The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Sat the three judges wise By the evidence to realize Who's right and who's wrong And to who does what belong For satisfaction interests them not But only to erase this blot That now and for some time In our town brought this grime Many stories and lot of actions Oft denials and retractions One thing definite King can say Feeling all will think his way Please us or not the decision will be. From these men, right as right can be. "Why" the refugee classes sponsored by two local organizations were suddenly discontinued many interested Miamians would like to know King has heard many variations all of which lead to nowhere King does remember some Komment going the rounds a little while back but that was not about the discontinuation of the classes just changes to be made King predicts the continuation of these much needed classes possibly under new sponsorship. King hears that the new form of greeting to be used by B. B. lodge members suggested by one of the group and soon to be put into action will be "What do you Do?" in place of "How do you Do" inferring your accomplishments in the present defense prograin might work out and can't hurt. tivities merely paralleling to put it mildly. "What" is another interrogative making the rounds with regard to the Yeshivah as what happened to the School what happened to the building and so on King hears that final decision will be made shortly ... in fact will have to be made King thinks a public statement ough to be made and stop all the talking. These organisations who have trouble about their programs and who should sponsor what and who should not sponsor what shouldn't let the whole world know about it even if they feel that way ... or should they then they might wake up. And from now on comes word from Chicago ... we should remember that our groups who all try to do the same thing or encroach on anothers program are not overlapping efforts and acKing couldn't disappoint his readers without telling all about the arbitration this week with the B. B. lodge finally stepping into the picture and settling the dispute the arbitrators were even sworn in before a circuit court judge to make it binding and there was quite a bit of squirming on one side when testifying for all the witnesses were under oath and perjury might have resulted King looks forward to the decision before Kommenting further. And the world's foremost Jewish actor will be presented locally in a stage production in the near future. Haifa (WNS)—Speakers at the first public meeting of the recently organized Palestine League for Soviet Russia this week called upon the Palestine Jewish community to extend maximum moral and material aid to Soviet Russia. I>AI>E FEIN3ILVL OF MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 I. M. LIPTON, President • for Safety, Security and Liberal Return Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation MRS. SILVEHMAN TO HEAD SHOW! AT GRQSSINGER To enlist new and more widespread support in the fight against tuberculosis, Mrs. Toby Silverman, Southern Regional Director of the nationwide Jewish Consumptive and Expatients Relief Association operating the 28-year old free and non-sectarian Los Angeles Sanatorium in Duarte, Cal. arrived here for a brief stay. Mrs. Silverman will show a picture of "The City of Hope" at the Grossinger Hotel, Miami Beach, Thursday, Feb. 19 at 2 o'clock. Taking part in the film MRS. TOBY SILVERMAN are Mayor LaGuardia of New York and Melvin Douglas. There will be no admission or solicitation and the general public is invited. Commenting on the purpose of her visit, Mrs. Silverman said, "Greater responsibility today rests upon our institution and those like it than in many years past. This is due primarily to the ever-growing number of tuberculosis cases found among selectees and the general population as well. The discovery, isolation and treatment of those afflicted with this disease is a vital factor in our national defense and we are trying to do our part that these sufferers shall not go unaided." The Los Angeles Sanatorium, with its more than 80 supporting auxiliaries throughout the country, has 72 acres of buildings and grounds was recently visited by M. J. Kopelowitz of this city who expressed keen satisfaction upon the work of the institution. A vertitable city, teeming with the business of saving and rebuilding lives, the institution has become known through the years as the "City of Hope." The buildings are second to none, the newest being a 38-room, $75,000 infirmary. Widespread gardens, a library, recreation hall and workshops where the patients learn handicrafts are all a part of the 'treatment' rendered at the institution," Mrs. Silverman pointed out. Mrs. Silverman is the guest of Mr. Sol Goldstrom at the Gotham Hotel, Miami Beach. Distinguish yourself by wearing custom tailored clothes from the Exclusive Shop of Pierre the finest imported fabrics carefully selected for Resort Business and Evening Wear Call Pierre's Salon for an appointment and see what a "difference" the clothes make. 1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 6-3812 Miami Beach < Nat Roth, national vice commander of the Jewish War Veterans, is shown receiving congratulations from Governor Spessard Holland immediately after placing a wreath in the form of a mogen david upon the memorial to Judah P. Benjamin, Jewish statesman of the Confederacy. The monument was dedicated by the State of Florida and the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Sarasota, January 22nd. Washington (WNS)—A threat to the free press and free speech was seen in a libel suit brought by Congressman Martin L. Sweeney of Ohio, against Washington, D. 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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1942 *Jewist) Flerld/an PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, RABBI 1538 Jeftenon Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1828 a. W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street Services Schedule I Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A.M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday evening, February 13th at 8 o'clock at the Forum Song services Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on the subject, "Divine Servants and Abject Slaves." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate and direct the Jewish Center Choir with the assistance of Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning Dr. Bension will preach on The Scriptural Lesson. Children are particularly urged to attend at 10:30 and a Kiddush will be served them after the services. On Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Dr. Bension will teach the Hebrew Adult Bible Group and the host at Oneg Shabbes will be Mr. H. Fine. Mr. Lev teaches Hebrew Codes at 5 p. m. and Dr. Bension daily at 4 p. m. Captain Hamilton at Jewish Center Forum Captain Frank Hamilton, colorful soldier, member of the French Foreign Legion during the World war, author, and traveler will be the guest speaker at the Jewish Center Forum on Monday evening when he will be greeted by hundreds of interested men and women. His subject will be "Spying Behind the German Lines," and he will speak of the Secret Service War activities. Capt. Hamilton will have a particularly interesting message to Jews since he headed a Jewish Relief expendition at Warsaw during the world war under the auspices of The Joint Distribution Committee of America. The lecture will be followed by a spirited discussion in which everyone will be invited to participate. No admission cards are necessary and all are welcome to attend. Rabbi Mescheloff At Sisterhood Meeting Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the Both Jacob Synagogue will be the guest speaker at the open meeting of the Sisterhood next Tuesday evening. The entertaining program will be comprised of Mrs. Nat. Hilfer, vocalist. Miss Mae Sussman, reading interpreter, and Miss Beverley Fischler, pianist. A pleasant time is assured to all and everyone in the community is invited to come. Girl Scouts Sixteen girls of the Center's Troop No. 68 passed the investitude ritual held at the Center Auditorium last Saturday night in the presence of the Dade County Scout Executive and other officials. Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld, president of the Sisterhood, and Mrs. Ben Marbach, chairman of the Troop committee, welcomed and congratulated the girls who presented a very ftne program under the leadership of Scout Leader Miss Jo. Saunders and Assistant Scout Leader Miss Ada Rutter. Many parents attended and enjoyed the affair. The President's Dinner Dance Final arrangements are being made by Leo Robinson's committee for the Dinner Dance which will be given at The Grossinger Beach Hotel in honor of the center president, Mr. M. H. Frankel to take place on Washington's Birthday, Sunday evening, Feb. ^2nd. Last minute reservations are still accepted at the center office. Talmud Torah Exercises The Talmud Torah exercises to celebrate the promotion and the awarding of prizes of the children in the Center Hebrew school's six classes was held last Sunday. Rabbi Leon Spitz, principal, presided, and brief adSERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv _.6:00 p. m, Saturday 9:00 a. m. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 22*3 B. W. 21et Terrace TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-774* RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1865 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAK 1400 LaQorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Pro Patria Swelling the ranks of America's defenders who answered the call to the colors is Mr. Isaac Melamed, nephew of Mr. Louis Block of 1643 S. W. 7th St. Young Mr. Melamed is but a short time in the United States and is not even a citizen yet, still he considers himself proudly privileged to serve the country which offered him a Haven of Refuge. We salute him and pray for his well being and safety. Sabbath Sermon This Sabbath morning Rabbi Kellner will speak on "Freedom from Bondage" and will pay tribute to the memory of Abraham Lincoln whose birthday America honored this week. Due to the change in the time the services will be moved up. Rabbi Kellner's afternoon Droshe will commence this Sabbath at 5:30 p. m. and will be followed by Mincha services at 6:15 p. m. Service Schedule The regular daily morning services will begin at 8:30 a. m. and Mincha services daily will begin at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Gluck conducts the daily class in Mishnayos three quarters of an hour before Mincha. Ladies Auxiliary A regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held in the synagogue on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Ida Buckstein will preside. Hasel Tov The congregation is pleased to extend sincere congratulations to the president, Mr. Max Rifas and Mrs. Rifas upon the marriage of their daughter, Minnie, to Mr. Harold L. Kearns, which was solemnized by Rabbi Kellner at the Tides Hotel last Sunday. Rabbi Gluck assisted in the ceremony. Congratulations We are happy to express our heartfelt Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear, treasurers respectively of the congregation and the auxiliary, upon the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Molly, to Mr. Bernard Klein, of Brooklyn. We are pleased to recall that the harjoy bride was the winner of the Queen Esther contest of our last year's Purim Ball and that she rendered valuable services to our Sunday School as teacher. Refuo Shlemo We are sorry to learn of the prolonged illness of our friend and patron, Mr William Miller and we pray for his speedy and complete recovery. Cantor's Services Terminated At a meeting of our Board of Directors, it was voted to terminate the services of Cantor Joseph Malek and that the position of cantor be left unfilled until the Fall Holidays. dresses were delivered by Dr. Bension, Mr. David Freeman, Mr. M. H. Frankel, Center president, and Mrs. Helen Schoenfield. Sisterhood president. The Sisterhood officers were the hostesses at the reception. DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry Friday Night Forum Due to our entry into Eastern War Time we are advancing our regular Friday night Forum one half hour. This is to give everyone the opportunity of attending the traditional Friday evening services at sundown. The synagogue doors will open at 8 p. m. The service will begin promptly at 9 p. m. and close at 10 p. m. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on the theme, "Law in War." Communal singing will be lead by Cantor Maurice Mamches. Our service will open with a prayer on behalf of our President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and our country. Assembly Program Joe Merlin, Barbara Posner, Paul Godlin, Estelle Kebeck, Maxwell Rosenthal, Gladys Gewertz, Beverly Steinberg, presented a ciever musical program last Saturday. All parents are invited to attend our Sunday school assemblies—11:30 to noon. P. T. A. Movie Parents: Our P. T. A. has already spent far in excess of its funds for the benefit of our school and its children. This Sunday night we present a patriotic motion picture program featuring Walter Huston in "Abraham Lincoln." A full two-hour program will be presented beginning at 8 p. m. in our synagogue building. Tickets are only 25c each; children are admitted at the door for 10c. Help us in our P. T. A. work by coming, bringing your friends, young and old. Sisterhood News Our Beth Jacob Sisterhood is selling tickets for a Mah Jongg and Bingo party to be held Tuesday afternoon, February 17th at 1:30 p. m. at Elk's Club. Refreshments and prizes. Proceeds will go for the benefit of our Talmud Torah. Won't you get your tickets for your group now or help dispose of a book? Show us that your spirit cannot be quenched. Let us chalk up a real success! Mizrachi Melaveh Malkeh Our Miami Beach Mizrachi men and women will hold a regular meeting and Melaveh Malkeh this Saturday night at 8:30 p. m. in our Community Building. Hear the report on our Palestine Night, and our cultural program. You are all welcome; no admission charge. Refreshments. Hear what our government has to say about Palestine in time of war! Daughters of Israel Picnic The Daughters of Israel will hold its first picnic, on its own grounds, Sunday, February 22. Lunch and refreshments will be served from noon to 6 p. m. The best and tastiest of everything. All Kosher! The affair will take place on the Women's Club grounds, Alton Road and Michigan Ave. Girl Scouts The girls have shown their readiness to help at the cantor's concert last Sunday, and will again serve as usherettes at the P. T. A. movie this Sunday night. Boy Scouts Our Scouts have been resplendent in their uniforms all week— this being Scout Week. They are doing good work, too. They meet Wednesdays at 7:15 p. m. in our Community Building. Red Cross Sewing This is a public appeal! We have been fortunate in getting together a whole battery of sewing machines. Now we are short of "hands." Can you sew? Come to the aid of our Red Cross. We meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 to 4. Special Events P. T. A. Motion picture, Sunday, February 15, 8 p. m., Synagogue Building. Daughters of Israel Picnic, SunRabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning*. Tou may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and, needless to say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 185 N. W. Third Avena* MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone 2-8171 Office Phone 2-1478 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 9. W. 4th St. Phone 8-8172 Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, February 13th, 8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject: "Living Under Tension." The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israel Choir, composed of Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto; Arturo di Filippi, tenor; Emory Krieger, oaritone, and Frances Tarboux, organist and directress. A reception for the worshipers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, February 14th, 11 a. m. congregational participation, Torah reading, and interpretation of Biblical portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. Readers: Phyllis Rosenthal, Joy Simonhoff, Joanne Saltzman, Leoard Treister. Defense Projects Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing Group, meets all day on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Kaplan Hall, with Mrs. Samuel Kaltz as chairman. Sisterhood Red Cross First Aid Course is given on Tuesday's and Fridays at the Y. M. H. A. with Mrs. Harold B. Spaet as chairman. Dade County advanced canning project meets on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a. m. ,* Our Sincerest Thanks To all of the members of our Temple, our Sisterhood, our Men s Club and our Youth Group, and to all of their friends who attended our Temple Bazaar, as well as to all of the merchants and good friends too numerous to mention, whose generous contributions and sincere efforts have made the Bazaar the great success that it was. Temple Israel Bazaar Committee, Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Mrs. Jan K. Jacobs, CoChairmen. A Noble Gesture As a means of paying tribute to the memory of the late Rosa Gruner Wolfson, a group of her friends and relatives have sent in contributions to the Tree of Life project. Mrs. Jack Bernstein, chairman of the project, announces the following contributors to date: Miss Phyllis Wolfson, Misses Barbara and Patsy Meyer, Mr. Robert Wolfson, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Conhaim, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Lewin, Miss Esther Guggenheim, Mrs. Dave Eichengreen, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs. Louis Zeientz, Mrs. Albert Warner, Mrs. Al. Leeds. In Memorlam "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: Eshell Bronston, father of Mr. Benj. E. Bronston and Mr. Walter E. Bronston; Clara Marshall Bronner, mother of Mr. Marvin E. Bronner; Rose Marks, mother of Dr. M. B. Marks; Rosa Gruner Wolfson, mother or Mr. Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Sidney Meyer. Yahrzeits: Joseph Fleischer, father of Mrs. Louis Snetman; William Slote, father of Mr. B. W. Slote; Barbara Eichengreen, mother of Mr. David Eichengreen; I. Louis Rosendorf, husband of Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf, father of Mr. S. Howard Rosendorf; Henry Mihalovits, father of Mrs. Louis Strauss. Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. Evening Services 7:00 p. m. Saturday morning 8:30 ajn. Sunday morning 8 :00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. Mr,. Btth day, February 22, 12 to 6 p. m., Alton Road and Michigan Ave. Religious School Purim entertainment, Sunday, March 1st. Annual Congregational Pjirim Ball, to be announced. r. Louis afaroulUs Reporting for M David ConprrgmtUm ami Sfttrkooi Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15, Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and Cantor Henry Marbein will chant. Since the coming week has been designated by the President of the U. S. as "Brotherhood Week," the Rabbi will discuss the subject, "Brotherhood Observance—Fact or Farce!" An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz in honor of their 47th wedding anniversary. Shabbos Shkolim This Sabbath is known as the Sabbath of Shkolim, as well as "Shabbos Mivorium," The Blessing of the New Month. The Rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the importance of this Sabbath. His subject will be "Coins for Victory." Junior Services Junior Congregational services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Hebrew School The new semester of our daily Hebrew classes have just begun. Please register your child without delay. Sunday School Members of the Confirmation Class will sell their own prepared candy after assembly this Sunday morning; proceeds to go for a gift to the Synagogue. Dedication Plans for the re-dedication of our newly redecorated auditorium are under way, and will take place Tuesday evening, March 3rd at 8 o'clock. A program is being arranged for the re-redication and Purim celebration as well. We urge our members and friends to set aside March 3rd. Unveiling The unveiling of a stone for Mrs. Yetta Bader will take place Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at Woodlawn cemetery, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. Mr. Bader and daughter, Roslyn requests all friends to attend. In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten 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: Menasche, father of Isador and David Kaplan—Raeze Rochel, mother of Isador Goldstein and Avrohom, father of Walter Cohen. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten, whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life, will be observed this month of Adar. The Anniversary candle is lit the eye before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned: Yehudah Laeb, husband of the late Mrs. B. Greenberg, Feb. 18th. Sorah Devorah, mother of Ed Friedman, Feb. 18th. Chaim Zalmen, father of Mesdames A. Quadow, J. M. Fine and B. Hanson, Feb. 22nd. Yisroel Avrohom, father of H. A. Eisenstein, Feb. 22nd. Sertze, mother of Mrs. S. H. Palmer, Feb. 27th. Hershel, father of Wm. Friedman, March 4th. Shmuel, husband of Frances Berman, March 4th. Fruma, mother of Mrs. Nathan Markowitz, March 5th. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) j 1 M



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 19^ PAGE SIX TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 a< Sabbath eve services, Friday at 8 p. m., with sermon by 1 Rabbi. Religious School, Sunday 10 a. m. Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood Social, for men and women, Tuesday at 8 p. m. All-day sewing for war relief, Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Purim Ball, at Spotlite Club in Hollywood, Thursday, March 12. with Smorgasbord dinner served from 7 to 9 p. m. NATIONAL COUNCIL HOLDS PROGRAM SATURDAY EVE A special Brotherhood Week broadcast will be given by the National Council of Christians and Jews Saturday evening at 9:30 p. m. over station WIOD. Participating in the discussion will be FT. Florence Sullivan of the Gesu Catholic Church. Rev. Roger Squire of the Rader Memorial Church and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Temple Israel. The subject of the broadcast will be "Brotherhood. Fact or Fiction." ALL NOW IN READINESS FOR MANPOWER REGISTRATION With local boards throughout the State of Florida reporting all in readiness for the registration to be held on Saturday. Sunday and Monday, February 14. 15 and 16. of all unregistered meni between the military ages of 20 to 45 years. Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins. State Director of Selective Service, today pointed out that there are only three main requirements for this registration. General Collins summarized these major requirements thus: Every male citizen and every male alien residing in Florida other than persons excepted by the Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 as amended, is required to present himself for and submit to registration on either Febraury 14. 15 or 16. 1942. if he has not registered previously and if such person has attained the twentieth anniversary of the day of his birth on or before December 31, 1941. and has not attained the forty-fifth anniversary of the day of his birth on or beIfore February 16. 1942. BET CONGREGATION H DAVID editorials and columns that have Speared with unhappy regular'r certain South Flonda newsSUGGEST NATHAN STRAUS NAZI INTERNMENT GUARD whether or not he should register, he should consult the proper registration officials and register if they deem it advisable. HADASSAH NEWS Washington (WNS>—A high Government official with a sense of humor this week suggested that Nathan Straus, who resigned recently as head of the United States Housing Administration. be appointed director of the interment of Nazi prisoners in the United States. Pointing out that Mr. Straus is a Jew. the Government official said it would be a nice gesture to make him caretaker of the Nazis already apprehended and those still to be caught and placed behind barbed wire concentration camps. The official implied that he was thinking of the millions of helpless Jewish men and women thrown into Naz.i concentration camps in Europe. It was understood, however, that Mr. Straus, who has taken an active interest in the United Jewish Appeal and other Jewish relief organizations, would proably be unable to accept the post if it were offered to him. Hollywood scouts in a quest for talent to double for leading film stars need look no further than the membership tea of the Business and Professional Group of Hadassah which will be held Wednesday evening, Feb. 18 at the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin. 2024 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach. Members and guests will appear in the guise of their favorite actresses or those they most nearly resemble. Not only will a galaxy of stars be present but several unusual features have been planned for the entertainment of the guests and tempting and delectable food will be served. Miss Reggie Goldstein, chairman, 28277, will be pleased to give details to anyone interested in attending the party. (C0 NTINUED_FROM PAGE 5) MordecaL father of Mrs. Carl ^sroe, K!.. 5 Sher of Chas. WtiA' Lee Alpert. M M"ordSai. father of Wolf B.ut^rSafS of Mrs. David ^inWer 1 ^. Hoffman, M Ehah 13 husband of Rebecca Lazarus, March 15th. Slave, mother of Frances Berman, March 19th. Sorah. in memory of Saraii Afremow, March 18th. Katie, mother of J. Gescneiai, Vittle, mother of Isador and Joe Fine, Feb. 26th. Moshe. father of Leo Rosen, Shmuel, father of Ben Silver. March 3rd. „ In memory of Flora Solomon. March 9th. Sisterhood Bulletin Mrs. Isador Cohen, general chairman of the Sisterhood s Pre-Punm Ball If any person is in doubt as to 26th. Annua. wishes to announce that the tinai plans for this gala affair are now being formulated. If you are interested in the preservation of our people and in the "Unity" of your family life in this dark hour of Jewish history, you will show your interest by helping to maintain our religious institution and attending with every member of your family our Pre-Purim Ball, which will be the first affair the Sisterhood will hold in our newly re-decorated and re-furnished auditorium. Sunday evening. February 22 at 8:30 o'clock. Please make table reservations by contacting the office 2-1473. Remember the date — Sunday evening, February 22nd. Regular Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Isador Fine, president invites all members and friends to attend. BAND OF TERRORISTS HELD PERPETRATOR TIME BOMB FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR I F you never have had any of these pains, be thankful They can take a lot of the joy out of life. If you have ever suffered, as most of us have, from a headache, the next time try DR. MILES ANTI-PAIN PILLS. You will find them pleasant to take and unusually prompt and effective in action. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills are also recommended for Neuralgia, Muscular Pains, Functional Menstrual Pains and pain following tooth extraction. Dr. Miles Anli-Pain Pills do not upset the stomach or leave you with a dopey, drugged feeling. At Tour Drug Store: 12S Tablets Jl.St 25 Tablets 25* Tel Aviv (WNS)—Capture of the gang of terrorists, which is believed responsible for the time bomb explosion in this all-Jewish city on Jan. 20 which resulted in the death of three police officers, was believed near following the surrender to police authorities this week of two members of the band. A third suspect. Nachum Shulman, was arrested in Haifa. The two Jews who gave themselves up were Benjamin Zeroni and Chanoch Sterlitz. Following their surrender, Tel Aviv police intensified their search for the four other members of the gang, including Abraham Ben Mordecai Stern, the alleged leader of the Terrorists. Rewards were posted earlier for the capture of these men. The Palestine press, at the request of police officials, published photographs of the seven men believed guilty of the outrages which have shocked the entire Yishuv. In addition to Stern, those still at large include Yacob Polanin. Aaron Zukerman and A. Meiri. Police believe that Meiri may have been one of the two men who died in Jaffa Hospital this week after being wounded in a pistol duel with police who attempted to arrest him and three others in a house in Tel Aviv. Positive identification could not be made. Commercial CONGREGATION GATE S OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road. Miami B*d> Rabbi Joseph E. Rackowky Congregation Gates of Prav.. located at 230 Lincoln §25 southwestern corner of Linenln Road and Collins Avenue S Beach, will hold it regular i !" iC9 n K' S ^ Saturday. An add^ will be delivered in the Sabbath morning service by Joseph P Rackovsky, rabbi of the cono* gation. His subject will be "sacred A membership meeting of the congregation was held last Mon day night and a special celebration and concert was determined upon to be held in dedication of the synagogue. The dedication service and festivities will be held Sunday evening, Feb. 22 at 8 E m. at the new building 230 incoln Road. Refreshments will be served and the general public is cordially invited. Services are being held daily in the morning and in the evening. Have you bought your Deity in ccrtai papers. Miller was U. S. .„, Bch e at Berlin from 1929 to 1935 • He knew Hitler international business trickery from eonstant close con act with t It was Miller's job to try to get Hitler's agents to be less confiscatory in their dealings with American businessmen. Says Miller in one part of his book: "It seems to me distinctly unfair that the German government suspends interest payments t ,n bonds held in the United States until the market price of such bonds falls to very low lcvt ,ls_for example, five cents on the dollar. At that point, the Germans quietly proceed to buy up the ""bonds." And H i 11 e r's propagandists claim the Nazis to be highly superior men of morals and the Jews to be business cheats It is for Jews to laugh—if one can laugh with a dagger tickling one's ribs Anent Refugees One of the things most to be | 'ense Bonds yet? teared in this country now that I we're in the war up to our necks is unfair treatment of the natives of our enemy nations By no means are all Germans, Italians and Japs in sympathy with the war against us and we should not make life unbearable for those who would be helpful to the U. S. If we do, we may turn otherwise loyal Americans into fifth columnists and haters of us. We luar of the case of one small boy in a Florida town finding it impossible to attend school The other kids picked on him. made life miserable for him, because his parents were German and his name was a German name. And if anybody can be mean, kids can And if anybody is sensitive, kids are Probably more sensitive than adults who have learned to take it and have built up a broader mental vision to make allowances for the ignorance of shortcomings of neighbors. Gut Shabbos! FIRST CALL! ...for accommodations ft lilt MID-WEST I To Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P.M. Mi Boxerman is the director of Mi.PI la Regional < >fri.--. AntiDefamation League, with beadquarters :il Miami. JEWISH MERCHANT TO HELP REPLACE BRITISH CARRIER Chicago (WNS) — A unique manuscript representing more than seven years of painstaking labor on the part of two men was presented last week to a representative of the Hebrew University for transfer and permanent placement in the library of the Miller Talks With the problem of planning the Jacksonville and Miami conferences of our Anti-Defamation League office, we couldn't get to hear Douglas Miller's lecture the' other evening at Miami Edison High School, much as we wanted to after reading his book, "You Can't Do Business With Hitler'' • The turn-out didn't come up to expectations of the sponsors, the Pan American League, and that is to be regretted. But we hope that some of our die-hard opponents of the Roosevelt administration and foreign policies were there to hear Advocates of appeasement might have learned something from Miller if they attended. Incidentally, from one of our good friends we learn that some of our town's leading exponents of the Lindbergh and America first programs never read Miller s book Miller's book, you probably know, supplied the chief arguments for the supporters of the lend-lease and defense preparation program of RooseHad some of those L supporters read London (WNSl—Sir Montague Burton, Jewish clothing merchant I of Leeds, has announced that he j will contribute approximately $1,000,000 toward the reconstruction of the sunken British war-1 ship Ark Royal. Recently, the | Jewish merchant announced that: he would contribute a shilling \ for every pound raised through I public contributions for the rebuilding of the Ark Royal. Public response to Sir Montague's proposal was immediate and to date 5.000.000 pounds sterling has been raised. FLORIDA SUNBEAM D/CSEl-POWEMD b.iw..n Valdo.ta, Oo. ond Cincinnati Air-conditioned. All-pullman; sections, bedrooms, compartments and drawing rooms. Buffet-lounge car. 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UDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1942 *Jewisli nrridHfun PAGE SEVEN ATHER GOUGHLIN ONTINUES HIS RE-WAR ACTS New York (WNS) — Father Charles E. Coughlin, pro-Fascist nd anti-Semitic radio priest, has Ircady forgotten Pearl Harbor bid is following the line which te established for the American fifth column before the United Rtates entered the war. That fjonghlin's pledge to support America in its war against the bcis was only lip-service became Ivident with the latest publication this week of the Detroit bricst's paper, Social Justice. In its latest issue, replete with the usual pre-war anti-British attacks, Social Justice expresses the belief that the "end for England before midsummer" is not inconceivable, and that Spain, Turkey and France will join the Axis "in a final drive to oust British imperialism and American capitalism from Europe." Father Cougnlin's personal mouthpiece described the recent Truman Reports as an "adroit attempt to exculpate President Roosevelt's personal muddling in the matter of industrial preparedness." Commenting on recent plans for the creation of what it described as a "Zionist Army," Social Justice voiced satisfaction with the proposed project since this "Jewish plan" disproves the attempt of Jews to establish Buy Defense Bonds Today. "that 'Jew' is synoymous with religion and not with race." The anti-Semitic publication goes on to say that if the Jews want an army of their own, why not also a postoffice, state department, navy, supreme court? "In fine',' Social Justice said, "why do not the Jews want a government of their own inside a government if they want an army of their own?" Social Justice added that the Jewish Army plan was a "psychological error" of "no benefits for the Jews in this nation who already are blamed for playing a great part in promoting a world war." B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY NEWS Architect's drawing showing Mt. Nebo Cemetery fully developed. The cemetery will be consecrated Sunday at 3 p. m., with ceremonies E>v the Miami Beach Jewish Center. A well-attended regular monthly meeting of the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary was held at the Evans Hotel, Tuesday night. The Auxiliary with the aid of the B'nai B'rith lodge and Hillel Committee will sponsor a Purim Dance for the A. Z. A. boys, Junior Auxiliary girls and University students, Saturday, February 28th at Beth David Congregation. Friday evening, March 6th, services at Beth David Congregation will be conducted by B'nai B'rith and the Auxiliary. All members and friends are asked to attend. In line with the Auxiliary Defense Program, the ladies will sponsor the dance for men in the service held at the Y. M. H. A. Saturday night, February 21st. An appeal has been made for books, new or used, for service men. The auxiliary has fifty volumes to start the drive and asks each member to cooperate. Following the business meeting an interesting program was presented. PALM BEACH NOTES • MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative A regular meeting of B'nai B'rith was held Monday at Scher Hall. Joe Lesser presided. Mrs. A. Levin is seriously ill in Miami. Mrs. Leah Ricks is now conducting a first aid class in the evenings at St. Ann's High School. Women's Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith held a meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. O. P. Gruner. Mrs. Al Gasper, presided. Beth-El Sisterhood held their semi-monthly meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Goodmark. %  • i H —uirf^ EtfNSt jjM MISS* te& %  %  *HOT SPRINGS .NATIONAL PARK*ARKANSAS Your part in America's Victory Program rec/uires energy, vigor and health. Keep fit by relaxing at this world-famous health spa in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Horseback riding, golf, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing on Lakes Hamilton and Catherine; and countless other recreations. Oaklawn horse-racing season from February 23 to March 28. Located in its own private park, the Eastman offers quiet relaxation, yet is conveniently close to everything. A wide variety of accommodations.Government supervised bathhouse under the same roof. ^v / • %  A M* !* %  CO, lo25*M. 500 ROOMS ?2 5 0 I'oty LODGE ON FROM WALTER E. DAVIS. Manager f—usl %  WE*** EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS Direction: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC Mrs. H. Grady Manning,Pre$. BISCAYNE TRACK TO STAGE LONGEST DOG RACE HERE The longest greyhound race run this year in Florida will be staged Saturday night at the Biscayne Kennel club when racing Secretary Cody Coffman sends a pack of eight dogs over the Seminole course which is just fifty feet less than 7-16ths of a mile. This will be the first time the new Seminole course has been used at Biscayne and is the longest of the five new distances made this year when the track was rebuilt into the only futurity track in the United States. A race of this distance for greyhounds from the standpoint of stamina compares somewhat with a horse race over the two mile route. This first test of the year on this course is but a forerunner of the events to go at this distance in which Biscayne fans will get glimpses of the most logical candidates for the annual Biscayne Derby which is run on closing day. CARDIAC WEEK 10 BE HELD IN AREA SOON The week of Feb. 14 to 21 has been set aside as "Cardiac Week" in a proclamation by the governor of Florida and locally the National Children's Cardiac Home will observe Tag Day Saturday, Feb. 14. Representatives of the institution will be on the streets of Miami and Miami Beach seeking support of the National Home located in Miami. Cardiac week will start a series of events here for the institution which will include, besides Tag Day, individually sponsored mah jongg and card parties and will be climaxed by a gala celebrity affair headed by Harry Richman and assisted by Sophie Tucker. 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Rheumatic Heart Disease and other Cardiac ailments are known to be the greatest cause of death to our children, which diseases, rampant as it is, has baffled medical science, and WHEREAS, It has been found that the Tropical climate is a beneficial aid to the Cardiac sufferers, and WHEREAS, It is the desire of our State to lend a Helping Hand to those similarly afflicted for much good may be done and thousands of lives may be saved, if a concerted effort is made to cause the citizenry to take cognizance of this menace, THEREFORE, I, Spessard L. Holland, Governor of the State of Florida, do hereby proclaim the week of February 14 to February 21 as CARDIAC WEEK AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That noble help be given to those institutions who have dedicated their existence to the care of these sufferers. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee, the capital, this the 3rd day of February, A. D. 1942. 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PAGE EIGHT vjewistncridiair FRIDAY, FEBRUARY THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Trials and Tribulations of Our Executive Director If the Executive Directors writes a letter, it is too long. If he sends a postal, it is too short. If he sends out a notice, he s a spendthrift. If he doesn't send a notice, he is lazy. If the meeting is a big success, the officers are praised. If it is not a success, the Executive Director is blamed. If he asks for advice, he is inyour patriotism to help with this draft registration. Call Mr. Grossman at once. Advanced First Aid An advanced class in First Aid will begin Tuesday morning at 10 a. m. at the Y. M. H. A. Clubrooms. New Girls' Group at "Y" Seeks Members The Ahmy's, a group of girls sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. and under the direction of Miss Shirley Rothschild, was recently organized through the efforts of competent, and if he does not, he the Executive Director. A meet is bullheaded. If he writes his minutes complete, they are too long, and if he condenses them, they are incomplete. If he talks on the subject, he is trying to run things, and if he remains quiet, he has lost interest in the institution. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. If the others won't do it, The Executive Director must. The "Y" In Defense Another successful dance for Service Men was held last Saturday evening, February 7. Once more Mrs. Florence Hacker. Defense Chairman, conducted one of the most outstanding affairs of its kind ever held since .the inception of Service Men's dances. Through Mrs. Hacker's ingenuity, an excellent show was planned by Molka Reich's Portable Theater Group. Novelties such as community singing and the shoe dance were other features of the evening. Through the courtesy of Mrs. Ida Optner, five prizes were awarded to the five most popular Service Men present. Hostesses assisting Mrs. Hacker were: Mrs. McCutchin. Mrs. Dorothy Moore. Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Feldman and Mrs. Frank. Y. W. H. A. A gala Valentine party will be held at the Y. M. H. A. Clubrooms, under the auspices of the Y. W. H. A. on Sunday evening, February 15, at 8:30 p. m. Mrs. Pearl Reisman, chairman of the committee, announces that cards, Mah Jongg. and bingo will be the feature games. The place will be decorated to keep with the spirit of the occasion. Refreshments will be served and a valuable door prize w\\\ be given to holder of thf lucky number. !'• ing was held and the following officers were elected: President. Tobe R i t w e ; Vice-PresidentTreasurer. Anne Spellman; Secretary, Shirley Mandel. These girls range from ages between 12 and 16 years. Meetings are held every Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Y. M. H. A. A membership drive is now in progress and all girls between the above ages are requested to come to the next meeting and partake in the activities. Parents are particularly urged to send their children to this club. Maurice Samuel. Noted Interpreter of Jewish Life, to Be Guest Speaker One of the world's foremost interpretors of Jewish life to the English speaking world will be the guest speaker at the Y. M. H. A. Lecture series on Thursday, March 5 next, in the person of Maurice Samuel. Mr. Samuel will speak on a topic that is timely and interesting. More details will be given in subsequent issues. Bowling The following are the team ratings of the Thursday Night League: Al Berkowitz, Sol Weinkle, Harry Schwartz, Abe Berkowitz. Sam Seitlin, Al Reisman, Spector, Murry Streit. Individual High Set — Marty Milstein, 363. High Game—Hal Levinson, 144. Individual Scores: Marty Milstein 108 Hal Berkowitz 105 Sol Weinkle 105 Sol Levin 104 Al Berkowitz ._ 103 Hal Levinson 102 Abe Berkowitz 101 Harry Schwartz ._ 100 George Chertkof 100 Al Reisman 100 Hal Levipson was the star of ST R1CT LY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) Nathan Heyer. who will reach her 75th milestone next week— on the 19th, to be exact Mrs. Meyer, who has written numerous plays and novels, and has been active in many social and philanthropic causes, is proudest of all of the fact that she was the founder of Bernard College, the women's college of Columbia University. WEEKLY STORY To Sam Wood of Hollywood Winchell credits this story about the German hausfrau who was telling a friend about the various gifts her soldier husband had sent her from Nazi-invaded countries "From Norway," she said, "I got the most beautiful gloves, from Holland a lovely pair of shoes, and from France I got a wonderful dress" "And what did you get from Russia?" asked the friend The woman shook her head sadly "From Russia," she confessed, "I got my widow's weeds." LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of HOODE PIE CO. Intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. HY.MAN OOTTESMAN SAUL. MEKINGOFF 1/16-23-30 2/6-13 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of COLLINS PARK HOTEL, intend to register the said name with the Cleric of the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. JONAS CREENWALD DAVID ROSNER 1/16-23-30 2/6-13 u.e noiaer 01 tnp iuc*y numoer. i -—-"?• Isaac JoH to Glvt Book Review I ast Week's session when he I bowled a 144 individual game to beat out Hal Berkowitz by one pin. Our bowling secretary, Al A most unusual evening is planned for the next meeting of the Book of the Month Club of the "Y" on Wednesday night, February 18, at 8:30 p. m. Mr. Isaac Joffe, a well known attorney of Miami, and an active Reisman, notifies one and all that there are but three more weeks remaining to complete a 21 week come out orites. Zionist, will review the latest j schedule. We urge all of you to and the most interesting book on "Theodore Herzl" by Alex Bein, translated by Maurice Samuel. Mr. Joffe will stress the influence of Herzl on modern Zionism. Mrs. M. Dobrin, well known for her cultural work, will talk on "What Palestine is contributing in this war for Democracy." Mrs. Joel Belov, chaiman, extends a cordial invitation to members and friends to attend this meeting. "Y" Designated as Draft Registration Center Through the efforts of Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, the Y. M. H. A. has officially been designated by the United I ^^ States Government through Dade ijr County Local Board No. 6 as an | >p official center for the new draft | *"^_V. # __ B t *-'" w !" ^V. registration which will take place I February 14, 15 and 16 from 7[ a. m. to 9 p. m. Volunteers are necessary to take the registration of the draftees. Remember, this is defense work and all volunteers who will work in the project will receive certificates from the United States Government. We appeal to your sense of loyally and to and cheer your favBasketball Glad to notify the Athletic minded members of the Y. M. H. A. that our basketball team, led by Manager Lefty Schemer, is now in first place in the City League after having defeated the strong Kaiser Drilling team by a close score of 33-31. Watch the local papers for the dates of games which will be held at the Miami High School gymnasium. TJJGUST BROS/RV^ Is the BEST.' *L •ERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Officei: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned desire to engage in business under the fictitious name ol EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO. (not Inc.) and Intend to register said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Dade County. Florida. ESTHER H. BLUMENFELD LENA C. GOLDMAN LILLIAN R. HOFFMANMINNIE H. LESNICK HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney for Applicants 1/23-30 2/6-13-20 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of EAGLE TAILORING & DRY CLEANING CO. intends to register the said name with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida. ALEX STEIN 1/30 2/6-13-20-27 A very important meeting of Sholem Lodge of Bnai B'rith was held February 10th at the Evans Hotel. Miami Beach. The members present were priviledged to hear an impromptu talk by Brother Miller, president of the Baltimore Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Brother Miller was kind enough to outline the program followed by his Lodge which helped them to become one of the most active and best known Lodges in the entire membership of B'nai B'rith. It was interesting to note the parallel of the work of Sholem Lodge with that of our Brother Miller Lodge at Baltimore. No Lodge can exist without manpower. At the present time. Brother Harold Turk is chairman of our Membership Committee. It behooves each member to bring at least one new member to our next meeting. A. D. L., A. Z. A., Civilian Defense, Americanization, all of these activities require manpower. If every brother would bring a new member at the next meeting our position as the foremost Jewish organization in the Miami area would be doubly stronger. If you have a member in mind, kindly contact Brother Harold Turk. An opportunity to help in the coming Registration next Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, was offered the members of B'nai B'rith by Brother Louis Heiman, head of the Committee to furnish a number of men to help with this Registration. If you can serve Saturday, Sunday and Monday, contact Louis Heiman as he can use at least a half-dozen men. On Sunday, February 15th, our Brethern and their friends will be priviledged to attend in AntiDefamation conference and seminar to be held at the Alcazar Hotel. This session will start promptly at 10 a. m. The morning session will be devoted to showing an exhibition of the A. D. L. throughout the country. At the luncheon, Brother Richard Gudstadt, head of the A. D. L. of the entire country, will present an informal talk on the inner workings of the Anti-Defamation League. In addition to Brother Gudstadt, we will be privileged to meet and hear Brother Sigmund Livingston one of the A. D. L. founders and also the recipient of the recent nationally publicized letter from Henry Ford, condemning intolerance and subversive activities. Every member should plan to atend this most important session. We in South Florida should consider it a privilege to have the opportunity of hearing the National Director and founder of the Anti-Defamation work. You can show your appreciation by attending this symposium. Please contact Brother Zukernick for reservations. Brother President Bernie Roth announces that Brother Carl Weinkle has been appointed head of the Committee to push the sale of Bonds and Stamps, with the ultimate purpose of selling at least $200,000 worth of Bonds in order to purchase a bomber. With this announcement, many members immediately responded, and several thousand dollars was raised at Tuesday's meeting. Every American is planning to purchase Bond?. Please contact Brother Weinkle for your purchases. Remember, "we have an Axis to grind." After the business meeting, the Women's Auxiliary joined the men and we were privileged to hear a round-table discussion by the member of the Americanization Class, conducted by Mrs. Maurice Grossman. AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldg. 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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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VOLUME 15No. 7
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
DEDICATION OF
CEMETERY WILL
BE HELD SUNDAY
Special consecration ceremon-
ies for the Mt. Nebo Cemetery
will take place Sunday, February
15th at 3 p. m. on the cemetery
grounds. The cemetery is lo-
cated at Flagler Memorial Park,
West Flagler Street at 53rd Ave-
nue. Services will be under the
direction of the Miami Beach
Jewish Center, Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion, rabbi of the Center, pre-
siding. A liturgical program
will be directed by Cantor Jo-
seph S. Lengyel.
All rabbis, cantors and heads of
local Jewish organizations have
been invited to participate in this
ceremony. Special buses have
been arranged for the accomoda-
tion of those who have no trans-
portation to take them to the
consecration and will leave from
the Miami Beach Jewish Center,
1415 Euclid Avenue, at 2 p. m.
The cemetery may be reached by
travelling west on Flagler Street
to 53rd Avenue.
"This is an outstanding event
in the history of the Miami
Beach Jewish Center," Dr. Ben-
sion stated, "and the ceremony
will be marked by dignity and
beauty in fitting with the occa-
sion. We invite and urge the
Jewish public to attend and wit-
ness the laying of another mile-
stone in the history of the Jewish
people of this area."
YOUTH OF THE NATION TO
HOLD RALLIES NEXT WEEK
Washington, D. C"Get in the
Scrap" and "Buy Defense Stamps
and Lick the Other Side" are
rallying cries adopted for the
fifth annual youth and democra-
cy rallies to be attended by 150.-
000 young people of all creeds,
colors and racial origins in over
200 communities throughout the
country during the week of Feb-
ruary 15th to 22nd. The rallies
are sponsored nationally by Al-
cph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith
youth organization, and United
Youth for Defense, of which Miss
Dorothy Thompson is president,
in cooperation with 24 other
youth and youth-serving agen-
cies that have a combined mem-
bership in excess of 3,000,000.
Old newspapers, scrap metal,
used rubber or an album contain-
ing a Defense Stamp will be used
as tickets of admission to all of
the rallies, which have become
the largest mass demonstrations
of American youth in action for
democracy. All of the old paper,
scrap metal and rubber turned in
at the rallies will be sold and
the proceeds contributed to the
American Red Cross War Fund.
Taking as their 1942 keynote
youth in action for war ser-
vice," the rallies will not only
serve as collection points for
scrap metal, paper and rubber, in
cooperation with the govern-
ments' Salvage for Victory Cam-
paign, but will also stimulate
the sale of Defense stamps among
young people. Defense Stamp
booths will be set up at the en-
trance to all places where the
rallies are held.
Sink a Sub" and "Slap a Jap."
Your purchase of Defense Bonds
nd Stamps will help do that
butdo it today!
NEWLY ELECTED CHAIRMAN t
NAMES RED CROSS LEADERS
Walter Harris, newly elected
chairman of the Dade County
Chapter, American Red Cross,
announces the following appoint-
ment of Committee Chairmen for
the year 1942:
Mrs. M. F. Wittichen, Chair-
man of Special Volunteer Ser-
vices, which includes: Nurse's
Aide Corps, Garment Production,
Surgical Dressings, Motor Corps,
Braille, Food and Nutrition, Can-
teen, Staff Assistants.
Disaster Preparedness, Maurice
R. Harrison, Chairman; Henry E.
Mangels, Vice-Chairman; Home
Service, William D. Joyce, Chair-
man; Home Nursing, Mrs. Roger
Fox; Junior Red Cross, Mrs. Will-
iam H. Willis; Public Informa-
tion, Mrs. Herbert O. Vance; Wa-
ter Safety, Joe J. Mason; First
Aid, Walter H. Combs, Jr.
B'NAI B'RITH 10
COLLABORATE IN
RED GROSS IRK
New YorkAn arrangement
between the American Red Cross
and the B'nai B'rith by which
the latter's 900 local lodges and
auxiliaries will collaborate with
the newly organized Red Cross
Camp and Hospital Service Coun-
cils to meet the welfare and re-
creational needs of both hospital-
ized and able-bodied service men
in Army camps was announced
Monday by Henry Monsky, B'nai
B'rith president, to the 99th an-
nual meeting of the organiza-
tion's executive committee at the
Essex House.
The executive committee adopt-
ed a broad and flexible seven
point war service program to be
executed by B'nai B'rith's newly
established War Service Depart-
ment. The program provides for
(1) meeting any new demands or
any commitments previously en-
tered into resulting from the rav-
ages of the war; (2) cooperation
with the Red Cross Army Camp
and Hospital Service program; (3)
individual and group war service
activity; (4) collection of essen-
tial war data; (5) continued as-
sistance to civilian defense ac-
tivities; (6) establishment of spe-
cial youth war service activities
and (7) other war service activi-
ties.
Earlier, Mr. Monsky, in his an-
nual report, had announced that
up to February 1st B'nai B'rith
members had bought $2,966,680 in
national defense bonds through
special sales efforts of B'nai
B'rith units which have them-
selves invested $195,275 of their
reserve funds in defense bonds.
The total figure of over $3,000,000
represents only partial reports
received from the 1300 lodges,
auxiliaries and youth chapters.
Mr. Monsky also reported that
160 B'nai B'rith units have thus
far contributed $26,610 toward
B'nai B'rith's pledge of $45,000
to the $50,000,000 war fund of
the American Red Cross, in ad-
dition to an initial gift of $5,000
from the Supreme Lodge. Since
the war began in 1939, Mr. Mon-
sky added, B'nai B'rith has given
the Red Cross a total of $90,000.
This was in addition to more than
$300,000 in cash, equipment and
supplies given to other war relief
agencies, most of them non-sec-
tarian, during the past 29 months.
E
SYMPOSIUM TO
BE HELD SUNDAY
Last minute reservations are
still being accepted for the con-
ference and symposium of the
Florida regional office of the An-
ti-Defamation League to be held
this Sunday at the Alcazar Hotel.
Richard Gutstadt, national di-
rector, will attend, and speak.
Staff members of the Florida of-
fice will describe recent tech-
WASHINGTON DAY WILL BE
OBSERVED IN DADE COUNTY
TallahasseeOfficially launch-
ing the George Washington Day
celebration in Dade County
James R. Stockton, state execu-
tive committee chairman, this
week appointed Hayes Wood of
Miami to work out plans for the
local observance.
Wood said he would appoint
other members of the local com-
mittee in the immediate future
to work in conjuction with the
state executive committee in
planning details of the observ-
ance here, scheduled for Feb-
ruary 23rd.
George Washington Day cele-
brations are being held through-
out the state this year to raise
Florida's quota of $30,000 to ap-
ply on National Democratic Com-
mittee debts. Governor Spess-
ard L. Holland is sponsor of the
statewide campaign.
RICHARD GUTSTADT
niques in dealing with internal
Jewish situations with which
there has been considerable ex-
perimentation during the past
year. Movies, slides and special
exhibits will give Miami Jewry
a chance to learn what the ADL
is doing to counteract the grow-
ing threat of anti-Semitism in
this country.
In the invitation limited to only
a number of representative com-
munal leaders, the director of the
Florida office, W. I. Boxerman,
stated: "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. Far from
reducing materially the need for
the operations of the League, the
war has created new demands for
its service."
The conference aims to focus
attention upon the current prob-
lems now facing American Jew-
ry due to America's active in-
volvement in the new World
War.
The conference will be held
Sunday, morning and afternoon,
starting at 10 o'clock, with a
luncheon on Sunday as the high-
light of the program.
NEW YORKER OFFERS $1,000
FOR EVERY JAP SHIP SUNK
Washington (WNS)Ralph M.
Levey, New York Jewish indus-
trialist, has offered an award of
$1,000 for the sinking of any Jap-
anese ship over 6,000 tons by an
American ship, aircraft or coast
artillery, it was disclosed this
week by the White House in ac-
knowledging receipt by the Pres-
ident of the first $1,000 check
from Mr. Levey.
The award will be divided
among the crew of the ship, plane
or battery which sinks the enemy
ship.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
TO
EIGHTH ANNUAL
MEET IN MIAMI
The eighth annual conference
of the Southeastern Region,
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, will be held
on March 28 and 29, in Chatta-
nooga, Tennessee, announced Ba-
ron de Hirsch Meyer, president of
the Region.
Mr. Meyer stated that this will
be a delegate conference, attend-
ed by duly accredited delegates
from member agencies and spec-
ially designated representatives
from non-member communities.
This procedure is planned to pro-
vide maximum opportunity for
discussion by delegates, he de-
clared.
"The World War in which we
are engaged is creating new de-
mands, new local responsibilities
and new need for cooperative ef-
fort among our Jewish communi-
ties," said Mr. Meyer. "In these
times, we all recognize that com-
munity organization cannot be
static but must adapt itself to
these new conditions and prob-
lems. The General Assembly of
the Council, which I recently at-
tended in Chicago, effectively
considered these problems as they
related to organized Jewish com-
munities throughout the country.
Our 1942 Southeastern Regional
Conference will follow through
on the Assembly discussions and
will provide a timely forum for
frank appraisal of wartime prob-
lems as they effect organized
philanthropic and social effort in
the Southeast."
JEWISH WIFE OF SULTAN OF
JEHORE CAPTURED BY JAPS
London (WNS)Marcelle Men-
del, the Jewish wife of the Sul-
tan of Johore, was taken prisoner
by the Japanese forces invading
Malaya, it was reported here by
the official publication of the
Polish government-in-exile. She
refused to leave the palace when
the Sultan and members of his
staff fled from Johore to Singa-
pore
The Sultan's wifeher real
first name is Malcahis the
daughter of poor Jewish shop-
keepers in Warsaw. She went to
London from Poland a number of
years ago, where she met thee
Sultan, who is considerably old-
er than she.
STATES BRITISH
REASON FOR NO
EARMY
London (WNS)Prof. Norman
Bentwich, former attorney-gen-
eral of Palestine and now an of-
ficer in the Royal Air Force, ex-
plained in a special broadcast to
the United States from London
this week the British Govern-
ment's refusal to sanction the im-
mediate formation of a Jewish
Army in Palestine.
Prof. Bentwich, a Zionist, stated
that "the position between Arabs,
Jews and British in Palestine is
still delicate, and the Government
is naturally anxious to do noth-
ing that might complicate it. As
a former official of the Palestine
Government, I can understand
the difficulties."
"It is very disappointing to
Jews, of course," he added, "not
to be able to fight under their
own flag, like other peoples, with
their own badge and as a rec-
ognized ally in the struggle
against the Nazis, but they can
fight as soldiers of humanity and
that is no mean citizenship."
Prof. Bentwich expressed the
belief that the Jews of Palestine
"will make the sacrifice of na-
tional pride and prestige for the
sake of the greater cause." He
commented with satisfaction that
the more than 10,000 Palestine
Jews in the British air force and
in the army "have done signal
service in Libya, in Crete and in
Syria."
Discussing the post-war future
of the Jews and of Palestine,
Prof. Bentwich stressed that
"Prime Minister Churchill and
many members of the British
Cabinet are tried friends of the
Jewish National Home in Pales-
tine and they will have regard
for the services which the Jews
are rendering to the Allied
cause."
GIVE REPORT TO
FEDERATION IN
JOINT SESSION
The Executive and Budget
Committees of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, in Joint ses-
sion, Wednesday afternoon, heard
full reports from their delegates
who attended the National as-
sembly of all Federations and
Welfare Funds which met in Chi-
cago last week. Over 400 dele-
gates from all parts of the United
States participated in this Gen-
eral Assembly discussing the
problems which were facing
Jewish communities in the Un-
ited States and throughout the
world.
Stanley C. Myers and Rabbi
Max Shapiro, officially repre-
sented the Miami Federation and
Baron De Hirsch Meyer repre-
sented the Southeastern Region
of Welfare Funds and Federa-
tions. Mr. S. C. Myers was singled
out for particular attention when
he was invited to act as chairman
of one of the major sessions, an
"Information Please" Session on
Overseas agencies. This is the
first time a Miamian has ap-
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Plans are be- daughter of Mr. and Mrs M.
aapter R;fas. to Harold Reams of At-
7 the V 5 O :ar.'.a. Ga whick took place at
Mming meet- the Tides HoteL Rabbi Atra.-.a-
umbers will have to Keliner performed the ceremony.
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gain a-.-..i.or. p> will reside m Bmnir.gha.-r.
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muve member : ::.<: Pi
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iGoodlow ar.d Ler.a Wolk. and the
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cus vocal selections Bon Yankos
Madante Ger ai will ;:r.g
rial and folk songs. Chair-
man for U11 ning be Mrs
R Dechovitz Mrs. Rose Mar-
cus will arg ( arrang.-
mmunues throughout A ^^pt^R wui be held ft 7-. 3
intry -- --, 5 p. m. at the home of the
-r "' : :.-.-: i 7.arer.t. 1717 S. W. ;--..-. St
the third :-"- banquet .. ir..n a;; f^endi are invited
-' : Mi- :. couple will temporar.ly re-
r. New York.
Hias -r." en at
- Victor Hoi Mi i Bei
Sunday March
rlter by V.- Mi and Mn Max Etting -.'.
Mi : iwners in Toledo. Ohic and winter reaidenti
memory ::' their son Victor ..-.-: .:' Miami B*ach. announ-.e the
committee's headquarters '-~-~: at forthcoming Tnarr^age of I .7
the hotel and reservations may be daughter B made by calling :'::1 Horowitz ;-n of Mr. and ?'.rs.
Jacot Borowrb of Miami Beach.
Greater Miami Chapter Na- y_-:. Bttinger 1= a gradual of
uonal Home tot Jewish Children F7i7:-i; S:.~.^: Academy an; :f
a: Denver anr ak ; that their Frances Shirner Jim.or C .... 1
first annual linner :.^: will -.^ Univ%rstty of Chicago She
place Wednesday evening. ri;. .....7 Bachelor of Arts ie-
Tiz 1: a: : : bb a: the T-i.-rare ^^ at the University of Miami
Restaurant 2364 C:...r.s Ave- if, Horowitz attended the Ual-
M.a...; B-:a:.-. !:.:. .s.:-;r.: an; versity of Florida ar.d received
dancing is featured for :ne eve- ^ ^^.-^z of Law degree a
~ ~z --r Lee Ma=cr. a; me University of Miami where
r of ceremonies Mrs. Myron be wts Chief Justice cf the Hot 1
^-v~. -~ r- Mrs z--T-. He ^ a member of Tau
Sam Luby. co-chairman assisted Epsilon Phi fraternity.
; an able k.tjtiiv.ee are .7. Tne -A-edchng w-Jl take place at
: arrangements Mrs -r.e st Morita HoteL Miami
Marion Boss president M the Mi- Beacn Sonday, Fe: 15 After a
ami Chapter, announces that the tbort trip the couple will return
National Hoir.e at Denver has t0 maite their home on Miami
beer, selected by the Lnited Beach where Mr. Horowitz is a
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1942
*hnislFk>rSJicir
PAGE THREE
KING'S..^^
KOMMENTS
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Sat the three judges wise
By the evidence to realize
Who's right and who's wrong
And to who does what belong
For satisfaction interests them not
But only to erase this blot
That now and for some time
In our town brought this grime
Many stories and lot of actions
Oft denials and retractions
One thing definite King can say
Feeling all will think his way
Please us or not the decision will be.
From these men, right as right can be.
"Why" the refugee classes
sponsored by two local organi-
zations were suddenly discon-
tinued many interested Miam-
ians would like to know .
King has heard many varia-
tions all of which lead to no-
where King does remember
some Komment going the
rounds a little while back but
that was not about the dis-
continuation of the classes .
just changes to be made .
King predicts the continuation
of these much needed classes
. possibly under new spon-
sorship.
King hears that the new form
of greeting to be used by B. B.
lodge members suggested by one
of the group and soon to be put
into action will be "What do you
Do?" in place of "How do you
Do" inferring your accomplish-
ments in the present defense pro-
grain might work out and
can't hurt.
tivities merely paralleling
. to put it mildly.
"What" is another interroga-
tive making the rounds with
regard to the Yeshivah as
what happened to the School
. what happened to the
building and so on .
King hears that final decision
will be made shortly ... in
fact will have to be made .
King thinks a public statement
ough to be made and stop all
the talking.
These organisations who
have trouble about their pro-
grams and who should sponsor
what and who should not spon-
sor what shouldn't let the whole
world know about it even
if they feel that way ... or
should they then they might
wake up.
And from now on comes
word from Chicago ... we should
remember that our groups who
all try to do the same thing or
encroach on anothers program are
not overlapping efforts and ac-
King couldn't disappoint his
readers without telling all about
the arbitration this week .
with the B. B. lodge finally
stepping into the picture and set-
tling the dispute the arbitra-
tors were even sworn in before
a circuit court judge to make it
binding and there was quite
a bit of squirming on one side
when testifying for all the
witnesses were under oath and
perjury might have resulted .
King looks forward to the deci-
sion before Kommenting further.
And the world's foremost
Jewish actor will be presented
locally in a stage production in
the near future.
Haifa (WNS)Speakers at the
first public meeting of the re-
cently organized Palestine League
for Soviet Russia this week called
upon the Palestine Jewish com-
munity to extend maximum mor-
al and material aid to Soviet Rus-
sia.
I>AI>E FEIN3ILVL
' OF MIAMI
45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE
Resources Over $6,500,000
I. M. LIPTON, President

for Safety, Security
and Liberal Return
... Place Your Funds
In Dade Federal
Each Account Insured Up To
$5,000 By The Federal Savings
and Loan Insurance Corporation
MRS. SILVEHMAN
TO HEAD SHOW!
AT GRQSSINGER
To enlist new and more wide-
spread support in the fight
against tuberculosis, Mrs. Toby
Silverman, Southern Regional
Director of the nationwide Jew-
ish Consumptive and Expatients
Relief Association operating the
28-year old free and non-sectarian
Los Angeles Sanatorium in
Duarte, Cal. arrived here for a
brief stay.
Mrs. Silverman will show a pic-
ture of "The City of Hope" at
the Grossinger Hotel, Miami
Beach, Thursday, Feb. 19 at 2
o'clock. Taking part in the film
MRS. TOBY SILVERMAN
are Mayor LaGuardia of New
York and Melvin Douglas. There
will be no admission or solicita-
tion and the general public is
invited.
Commenting on the purpose of
her visit, Mrs. Silverman said,
"Greater responsibility today
rests upon our institution and
those like it than in many years
past. This is due primarily to
the ever-growing number of
tuberculosis cases found among
selectees and the general popula-
tion as well. The discovery, iso-
lation and treatment of those af-
flicted with this disease is a vital
factor in our national defense and
we are trying to do our part that
these sufferers shall not go un-
aided."
The Los Angeles Sanatorium,
with its more than 80 supporting
auxiliaries throughout the coun-
try, has 72 acres of buildings and
grounds was recently visited by
M. J. Kopelowitz of this city who
expressed keen satisfaction upon
the work of the institution. A
vertitable city, teeming with the
business of saving and rebuilding
lives, the institution has become
known through the years as the
"City of Hope." The buildings
are second to none, the newest
being a 38-room, $75,000 infirm-
ary. Widespread gardens, a li-
brary, recreation hall and work-
shops where the patients learn
handicrafts are all a part of the
'treatment' rendered at the insti-
tution," Mrs. Silverman pointed
out.
Mrs. Silverman is the guest of
Mr. Sol Goldstrom at the Gotham
Hotel, Miami Beach.
Distinguish yourself
by wearing custom tailored
clothes from the
Exclusive Shop
of Pierre .
the finest imported fabrics
carefully selected for Resort
Business and Evening Wear
Call Pierre's Salon for an
appointment and see what
a "difference" the clothes
make.
1140 Lincoln Road Ph. 6-3812
Miami Beach
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Nat Roth, national vice commander of the Jewish War Veterans,
is shown receiving congratulations from Governor Spessard Hol-
land immediately after placing a wreath in the form of a mogen da-
vid upon the memorial to Judah P. Benjamin, Jewish statesman of
the Confederacy. The monument was dedicated by the State of
Florida and the United Daughters of the Confederacy in Sarasota,
January 22nd.
Washington (WNS)A threat
to the free press and free speech
was seen in a libel suit brought
by Congressman Martin L.
Sweeney of Ohio, against Wash-
ington, D. C, publishers of Pear-
son and Allen's syndicated col-
umn "Washington Merry Go
Round," by the American Civil
Liberties Union in a brief just
filed in the Circuit Court of Ap-
peals for the District of Colum-
bia. The case is scheduled for
argument on Feb. 13.
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1942
*Jewist) Flerld/an
PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, RABBI
1538 Jeftenon Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1828 a. W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
Services Schedule
I Daily Services ------------ 8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday----------------------9 A.M.
Oneg Shabbat----------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening, February
13th at 8 o'clock at the Forum
Song services Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion will speak on the subject,
"Divine Servants and Abject
Slaves." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel
will officiate and direct the Jew-
ish Center Choir with the assist-
ance of Miss Edith Freeman. On
Saturday morning Dr. Bension
will preach on The Scriptural
Lesson. Children are particularly
urged to attend at 10:30 and a
Kiddush will be served them aft-
er the services. On Saturday aft-
ernoon at 4 o'clock Dr. Bension
will teach the Hebrew Adult Bi-
ble Group and the host at Oneg
Shabbes will be Mr. H. Fine. Mr.
Lev teaches Hebrew Codes at 5
p. m. and Dr. Bension daily at
4 p. m.
Captain Hamilton at Jewish
Center Forum
Captain Frank Hamilton, col-
orful soldier, member of the
French Foreign Legion during
the World war, author, and trav-
eler will be the guest speaker
at the Jewish Center Forum on
Monday evening when he will
be greeted by hundreds of inter-
ested men and women. His sub-
ject will be "Spying Behind the
German Lines," and he will speak
of the Secret Service War activi-
ties. Capt. Hamilton will have a
particularly interesting message
to Jews since he headed a Jew-
ish Relief expendition at Warsaw
during the world war under the
auspices of The Joint Distribu-
tion Committee of America. The
lecture will be followed by a
spirited discussion in which
everyone will be invited to par-
ticipate. No admission cards are
necessary and all are welcome to
attend.
Rabbi Mescheloff At
Sisterhood Meeting
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff of the
Both Jacob Synagogue will be
the guest speaker at the open
meeting of the Sisterhood next
Tuesday evening. The entertain-
ing program will be comprised
of Mrs. Nat. Hilfer, vocalist. Miss
Mae Sussman, reading interpre-
ter, and Miss Beverley Fischler,
pianist. A pleasant time is as-
sured to all and everyone in the
community is invited to come.
Girl Scouts
Sixteen girls of the Center's
Troop No. 68 passed the investi-
tude ritual held at the Center
Auditorium last Saturday night
in the presence of the Dade
County Scout Executive and
other officials. Mrs. Helen Scho-
enfeld, president of the Sister-
hood, and Mrs. Ben Marbach,
chairman of the Troop commit-
tee, welcomed and congratulated
the girls who presented a very
ftne program under the leader-
ship of Scout Leader Miss Jo.
Saunders and Assistant Scout
Leader Miss Ada Rutter. Many
parents attended and enjoyed the
affair.
The President's Dinner Dance
Final arrangements are being
made by Leo Robinson's commit-
tee for the Dinner Dance which
will be given at The Grossinger
Beach Hotel in honor of the cen-
ter president, Mr. M. H. Frankel
to take place on Washington's
Birthday, Sunday evening, Feb.
^2nd. Last minute reservations
are still accepted at the center
office.
Talmud Torah Exercises
The Talmud Torah exercises to
celebrate the promotion and the
awarding of prizes of the chil-
dren in the Center Hebrew
school's six classes was held last
Sunday. Rabbi Leon Spitz, prin-
cipal, presided, and brief ad-
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon....................8:30 a. m.
Mincha-----------------------5:30 p.m.
Maariv_______________.6:00 p. m,
Saturday............................9:00 a. m.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
22*3 B. W. 21et Terrace
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-774*
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1865
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAK
1400 LaQorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Pro Patria
Swelling the ranks of Ameri-
ca's defenders who answered the
call to the colors is Mr. Isaac
Melamed, nephew of Mr. Louis
Block of 1643 S. W. 7th St. Young
Mr. Melamed is but a short time
in the United States and is not
even a citizen yet, still he con-
siders himself proudly privileged
to serve the country which of-
fered him a Haven of Refuge.
We salute him and pray for his
well being and safety.
Sabbath Sermon
This Sabbath morning Rabbi
Kellner will speak on "Freedom
from Bondage" and will pay tri-
bute to the memory of Abraham
Lincoln whose birthday America
honored this week. Due to the
change in the time the services
will be moved up. Rabbi Kell-
ner's afternoon Droshe will com-
mence this Sabbath at 5:30 p. m.
and will be followed by Mincha
services at 6:15 p. m.
Service Schedule
The regular daily morning
services will begin at 8:30 a. m.
and Mincha services daily will
begin at 6:45 p. m. Rabbi Gluck
conducts the daily class in Mish-
nayos three quarters of an hour
before Mincha.
Ladies Auxiliary
A regular meeting of the
Ladies Auxiliary will be held in
the synagogue on Tuesday after-
noon, Feb. 17 at 2:30 p. m. Mrs.
Ida Buckstein will preside.
Hasel Tov
The congregation is pleased to
extend sincere congratulations to
the president, Mr. Max Rifas and
Mrs. Rifas upon the marriage of
their daughter, Minnie, to Mr.
Harold L. Kearns, which was
solemnized by Rabbi Kellner at
the Tides Hotel last Sunday.
Rabbi Gluck assisted in the cere-
mony.
Congratulations
We are happy to express our
heartfelt Mazel Tov greetings to
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear, treas-
urers respectively of the congre-
gation and the auxiliary, upon
the forthcoming marriage of their
daughter, Molly, to Mr. Bernard
Klein, of Brooklyn. We are
pleased to recall that the harjoy
bride was the winner of the
Queen Esther contest of our last
year's Purim Ball and that she
rendered valuable services to our
Sunday School as teacher.
Refuo Shlemo
We are sorry to learn of the
prolonged illness of our friend
and patron, Mr William Miller
and we pray for his speedy and
complete recovery.
Cantor's Services Terminated
At a meeting of our Board of
Directors, it was voted to termi-
nate the services of Cantor
Joseph Malek and that the posi-
tion of cantor be left unfilled un-
til the Fall Holidays.
dresses were delivered by Dr.
Bension, Mr. David Freeman, Mr.
M. H. Frankel, Center president,
and Mrs. Helen Schoenfield. Sis-
terhood president. The Sisterhood
officers were the hostesses at the
reception.__________________
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
Friday Night Forum
Due to our entry into Eastern
War Time we are advancing our
regular Friday night Forum one
half hour. This is to give every-
one the opportunity of attending
the traditional Friday evening
services at sundown. The synago-
gue doors will open at 8 p. m.
The service will begin promptly
at 9 p. m. and close at 10 p. m.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak on the theme, "Law in
War." Communal singing will be
lead by Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches. Our service will open with
a prayer on behalf of our Presi-
dent, Franklin Delano Roosevelt,
and our country.
Assembly Program
Joe Merlin, Barbara Posner,
Paul Godlin, Estelle Kebeck,
Maxwell Rosenthal, Gladys Ge-
wertz, Beverly Steinberg, pre-
sented a ciever musical program
last Saturday. All parents are in-
vited to attend our Sunday school
assemblies11:30 to noon.
P. T. A. Movie
Parents: Our P. T. A. has al-
ready spent far in excess of its
funds for the benefit of our school
and its children. This Sunday
night we present a patriotic mo-
tion picture program featuring
Walter Huston in "Abraham Lin-
coln." A full two-hour program
will be presented beginning at
8 p. m. in our synagogue building.
Tickets are only 25c each; chil-
dren are admitted at the door for
10c. Help us in our P. T. A.
work by coming, bringing your
friends, young and old.
Sisterhood News
Our Beth Jacob Sisterhood is
selling tickets for a Mah Jongg
and Bingo party to be held Tues-
day afternoon, February 17th at
1:30 p. m. at Elk's Club.
Refreshments and prizes.
Proceeds will go for the bene-
fit of our Talmud Torah. Won't
you get your tickets for your
group now or help dispose of a
book? Show us that your spirit
cannot be quenched. Let us chalk
up a real success!
Mizrachi Melaveh Malkeh
Our Miami Beach Mizrachi
men and women will hold a reg-
ular meeting and Melaveh Mal-
keh this Saturday night at 8:30
p. m. in our Community Building.
Hear the report on our Pales-
tine Night, and our cultural pro-
gram. You are all welcome; no
admission charge. Refreshments.
Hear what our government has
to say about Palestine in time
of war!
Daughters of Israel Picnic
The Daughters of Israel will
hold its first picnic, on its own
grounds, Sunday, February 22.
Lunch and refreshments will be
served from noon to 6 p. m. The
best and tastiest of everything.
All Kosher! The affair will take
place on the Women's Club
grounds, Alton Road and Michi-
gan Ave.
Girl Scouts
The girls have shown their
readiness to help at the cantor's
concert last Sunday, and will
again serve as usherettes at the
P. T. A. movie this Sunday night.
Boy Scouts
Our Scouts have been resplend-
ent in their uniforms all week
this being Scout Week. They are
doing good work, too. They meet
Wednesdays at 7:15 p. m. in our
Community Building.
Red Cross Sewing
This is a public appeal! We
have been fortunate in getting
together a whole battery of sew-
ing machines. Now we are short
of "hands." Can you sew? Come
to the aid of our Red Cross. We
meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday from 10 to 4.
Special Events
P. T. A. Motion picture, Sun-
day, February 15, 8 p. m., Syna-
gogue Building.
Daughters of Israel Picnic, Sun-
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning*. Tou may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to say, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
185 N. W. Third Avena*
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-8171
Office Phone 2-1478
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 9. W. 4th St. Phone 8-8172
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, February 13th,
8:15 p. m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the subject:
"Living Under Tension." The
musical service will be rendered
by the Temple Israel Choir, com-
posed of Rosemary Gerson, so-
prano; Mary Hirtenstein, contral-
to; Arturo di Filippi, tenor;
Emory Krieger, oaritone, and
Frances Tarboux, organist and
directress. A reception for the
worshipers will be given by the
Sisterhood after the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, February
14th, 11 a. m. congregational par-
ticipation, Torah reading, and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion in
a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman.
Readers: Phyllis Rosenthal, Joy
Simonhoff, Joanne Saltzman,
Leoard Treister.
Defense Projects
Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing
Group, meets all day on Tuesdays
and Thursdays in Kaplan Hall,
with Mrs. Samuel Kaltz as chair-
man.
Sisterhood Red Cross First Aid
Course is given on Tuesday's and
Fridays at the Y. M. H. A. with
Mrs. Harold B. Spaet as chairman.
Dade County advanced canning
project meets on Wednesdays and
Thursdays at 9:30 a. m. ,*
Our Sincerest Thanks
To all of the members of our
Temple, our Sisterhood, our
Men s Club and our Youth Group,
and to all of their friends who
attended our Temple Bazaar, as
well as to all of the merchants
and good friends too numerous to
mention, whose generous contri-
butions and sincere efforts have
made the Bazaar the great suc-
cess that it was. Temple Israel
Bazaar Committee, Mrs. J. Gerald
Lewis, Mrs. Jan K. Jacobs, Co-
Chairmen.
A Noble Gesture
As a means of paying tribute
to the memory of the late Rosa
Gruner Wolfson, a group of her
friends and relatives have sent
in contributions to the Tree of
Life project. Mrs. Jack Bernstein,
chairman of the project, an-
nounces the following contribu-
tors to date: Miss Phyllis Wolf-
son, Misses Barbara and Patsy
Meyer, Mr. Robert Wolfson, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Conhaim, Mr.
and Mrs. Kent Lewin, Miss Esth-
er Guggenheim, Mrs. Dave Eich-
engreen, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs.
Louis Zeientz, Mrs. Albert War-
ner, Mrs. Al. Leeds.
In Memorlam
"May the Father of Peace Send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Eshell
Bronston, father of Mr. Benj. E.
Bronston and Mr. Walter E.
Bronston; Clara Marshall Bron-
ner, mother of Mr. Marvin E.
Bronner; Rose Marks, mother of
Dr. M. B. Marks; Rosa Gruner
Wolfson, mother or Mr. Mitchell
Wolfson and Mrs. Sidney Meyer.
Yahrzeits: Joseph Fleischer,
father of Mrs. Louis Snetman;
William Slote, father of Mr. B. W.
Slote; Barbara Eichengreen,
mother of Mr. David Eichen-
green; I. Louis Rosendorf, hus-
band of Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf,
father of Mr. S. Howard Rosen-
dorf; Henry Mihalovits, father of
Mrs. Louis Strauss.
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services____.......__8:00 a. m.
Evening Services_____7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______ 8:30 ajn.
Sunday morning-----------8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily____3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
Mr,.
Btth
day, February 22, 12 to 6 p. m.,
Alton Road and Michigan Ave.
Religious School Purim enter-
tainment, Sunday, March 1st.
Annual Congregational Pjirim
Ball, to be announced.
r. Louis afaroulUs Reporting for M
David ConprrgmtUm ami Sfttrkooi
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15, Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the services and
Cantor Henry Marbein will
chant. Since the coming week has
been designated by the President
of the U. S. as "Brotherhood
Week," the Rabbi will discuss the
subject, "Brotherhood Observ-
anceFact or Farce!"
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately after the
services arranged by Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Schwartz in honor of
their 47th wedding anniversary.
Shabbos Shkolim
This Sabbath is known as the
Sabbath of Shkolim, as well as
"Shabbos Mivorium," The Bless-
ing of the New Month. The Rabbi
will preach in Yiddish on the im-
portance of this Sabbath. His sub-
ject will be "Coins for Victory."
Junior Services
Junior Congregational services
will be conducted Saturday
morning at 10:30 o'clock.
Hebrew School
The new semester of our daily
Hebrew classes have just begun.
Please register your child with-
out delay.
Sunday School
Members of the Confirmation
Class will sell their own pre-
pared candy after assembly this
Sunday morning; proceeds to go
for a gift to the Synagogue.
Dedication
Plans for the re-dedication of
our newly redecorated audito-
rium are under way, and will
take place Tuesday evening,
March 3rd at 8 o'clock. A pro-
gram is being arranged for the
re-redication and Purim celebra-
tion as well. We urge our mem-
bers and friends to set aside
March 3rd.
Unveiling
The unveiling of a stone for
Mrs. Yetta Bader will take place
Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. at
Woodlawn cemetery, with Rabbi
Max Shapiro officiating. Mr.
Bader and daughter, Roslyn re-
quests all friends to attend.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten 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: Mena-
sche, father of Isador and David
KaplanRaeze Rochel, mother of
Isador Goldstein and Avrohom,
father of Walter Cohen.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten,
whose names are inscribed in our
Memorial Book of Life, will be
observed this month of Adar. The
Anniversary candle is lit the eye
before the English date mention-
ed, and the Kaddish begins the
same evening, until sunset of the
day mentioned:
Yehudah Laeb, husband of the
late Mrs. B. Greenberg, Feb. 18th.
Sorah Devorah, mother of Ed
Friedman, Feb. 18th.
Chaim Zalmen, father of Mes-
dames A. Quadow, J. M. Fine and
B. Hanson, Feb. 22nd.
Yisroel Avrohom, father of H.
A. Eisenstein, Feb. 22nd.
Sertze, mother of Mrs. S. H.
Palmer, Feb. 27th.
Hershel, father of Wm. Fried-
man, March 4th.
Shmuel, husband of Frances
Berman, March 4th.
Fruma, mother of Mrs. Nathan
Markowitz, March 5th.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 19^
PAGE SIX
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
a<
Sabbath eve services, Friday at
8 p. m., with sermon by 1
Rabbi.
Religious School, Sunday
10 a. m.
Youth Club, Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood Social, for men and
women, Tuesday at 8 p. m.
All-day sewing for war relief,
Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Purim Ball, at Spotlite Club in
Hollywood, Thursday, March 12.
with Smorgasbord dinner served
from 7 to 9 p. m.
NATIONAL COUNCIL HOLDS
PROGRAM SATURDAY EVE
A special Brotherhood Week
broadcast will be given by the
National Council of Christians
and Jews Saturday evening at
9:30 p. m. over station WIOD.
Participating in the discussion
will be Ft. Florence Sullivan of
the Gesu Catholic Church. Rev.
Roger Squire of the Rader Me-
morial Church and Rabbi Col-
man A. Zwitman of Temple Is-
rael. The subject of the broadcast
will be "Brotherhood. Fact or
Fiction."
ALL NOW IN READINESS FOR
MANPOWER REGISTRATION
With local boards throughout
the State of Florida reporting all
in readiness for the registration
to be held on Saturday. Sunday
and Monday, February 14. 15 and
16. of all unregistered meni be-
tween the military ages of 20 to
45 years. Brig. Gen. Vivian Col-
lins. State Director of Selective
Service, today pointed out that
there are only three main re-
quirements for this registration.
General Collins summarized
these major requirements thus:
Every male citizen and every
male alien residing in Florida
other than persons excepted by
the Selective Training and Ser-
vice Act of 1940 as amended, is
required to present himself for
and submit to registration on
either Febraury 14. 15 or 16. 1942.
if he has not registered previous-
ly and if such person has attained
the twentieth anniversary of the
day of his birth on or before De-
cember 31, 1941. and has not at-
tained the forty-fifth anniversary
of the day of his birth on or be-
Ifore February 16. 1942.
BET
CONGREGATION
H DAVID
editorials and columns that have
Speared with unhappy regular-
'r certain South Flonda news-
SUGGEST NATHAN STRAUS
NAZI INTERNMENT GUARD
whether or not he should regis-
ter, he should consult the pro-
per registration officials and re-
gister if they deem it advisable.
HADASSAH NEWS
Washington (WNS>A high
Government official with a sense
of humor this week suggested
that Nathan Straus, who resigned
recently as head of the United
States Housing Administration.
be appointed director of the in-
terment of Nazi prisoners in the
United States.
Pointing out that Mr. Straus is
a Jew. the Government official
said it would be a nice gesture
to make him caretaker of the
Nazis already apprehended and
those still to be caught and placed
behind barbed wire concentration
camps. The official implied that
he was thinking of the millions
of helpless Jewish men and wom-
en thrown into Naz.i concentra-
tion camps in Europe.
' It was understood, however,
that Mr. Straus, who has taken
an active interest in the United
Jewish Appeal and other Jewish
relief organizations, would pro-
ably be unable to accept the post
if it were offered to him.
Hollywood scouts in a quest for
talent to double for leading film
stars need look no further than
the membership tea of the Busi-
ness and Professional Group of
Hadassah which will be held
Wednesday evening, Feb. 18 at
the home of Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
2024 N. Bay Road. Miami Beach.
Members and guests will appear
in the guise of their favorite ac-
tresses or those they most nearly
resemble. Not only will a galaxy
of stars be present but several
unusual features have been
planned for the entertainment of
the guests and tempting and de-
lectable food will be served. Miss
Reggie Goldstein, chairman,
28277, will be pleased to give de-
tails to anyone interested in at-
tending the party.
(C0NTINUED_FROM PAGE 5)
MordecaL father of Mrs. Carl
^sroe, K!..5Sher of Chas.
WtiA' Lee Alpert.
MM"ordSai. father of Wolf B.ut-
^rSafS of Mrs. David
^inWer1^. Hoffman,
MEhah13husband of Rebecca Laz-
arus, March 15th.
Slave, mother of Frances Ber-
man, March 19th.
Sorah. in memory of Saraii
Afremow, March 18th.
Katie, mother of J. Gescneiai,
Vittle, mother of Isador and
Joe Fine, Feb. 26th.
Moshe. father of Leo Rosen,
Shmuel, father of Ben Silver.
March 3rd. ,
In memory of Flora Solomon.
March 9th.
Sisterhood Bulletin
Mrs. Isador Cohen, general
chairman of the Sisterhood s
Pre-Punm Ball
If any person is in doubt as to 26th. Annua.
wishes to announce that the tinai
plans for this gala affair are now
being formulated. If you are in-
terested in the preservation of
our people and in the "Unity" of
your family life in this dark hour
of Jewish history, you will show
your interest by helping to main-
tain our religious institution and
attending with every member of
your family our Pre-Purim Ball,
which will be the first affair the
Sisterhood will hold in our newly
re-decorated and re-furnished
auditorium. Sunday evening.
February 22 at 8:30 o'clock.
Please make table reservations
by contacting the office 2-1473.
Remember the date Sunday
evening, February 22nd.
Regular Meeting
The regular monthly meeting
of the Sisterhood will be held
Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the Beth David audi-
torium. Mrs. Isador Fine, presi-
dent invites all members and
friends to attend.
BAND OF TERRORISTS HELD
PERPETRATOR TIME BOMB
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
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for Neuralgia, Muscular
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Dr. Miles Anli-Pain Pills do
not upset the stomach or leave
you with a dopey, drugged
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Tel Aviv (WNS)Capture of
the gang of terrorists, which is
believed responsible for the time
bomb explosion in this all-Jewish
city on Jan. 20 which resulted in
the death of three police officers,
was believed near following the
surrender to police authorities
this week of two members of the
band. A third suspect. Nachum
Shulman, was arrested in Haifa.
The two Jews who gave them-
selves up were Benjamin Zeroni
and Chanoch Sterlitz. Following
their surrender, Tel Aviv police
intensified their search for the
four other members of the gang,
including Abraham Ben Mordecai
Stern, the alleged leader of the
Terrorists.
Rewards were posted earlier
for the capture of these men. The
Palestine press, at the request
of police officials, published
photographs of the seven men be-
lieved guilty of the outrages
which have shocked the entire
Yishuv. In addition to Stern,
those still at large include Yacob
Polanin. Aaron Zukerman and A.
Meiri.
Police believe that Meiri may
have been one of the two men
who died in Jaffa Hospital this
week after being wounded in a
pistol duel with police who at-
tempted to arrest him and three
others in a house in Tel Aviv.
Positive identification could not
be made.
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CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road. Miami B*d>
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackowky
Congregation Gates of Prav..
located at 230 Lincoln 25
southwestern corner of Linenln
Road and Collins Avenue S
Beach, will hold it regular i'
iC9n k'S^ Saturday. An add^
will be delivered in the Sabbath
morning service by Joseph P
Rackovsky, rabbi of the cono*
gation. His subject will be "sacred
A membership meeting of the
congregation was held last Mon
day night and a special celebra-
tion and concert was determined
upon to be held in dedication of
the synagogue. The dedication
service and festivities will be held
Sunday evening, Feb. 22 at 8
Em. at the new building 230
incoln Road. Refreshments will
be served and the general public
is cordially invited.
Services are being held daily
in the morning and in the eve-
ning.
Have you bought your De-
ity in ccrtai
papers.
Miller was U. S.
.,Bche at Berlin from 1929 to
1935 He knew Hitler inter-
national business trickery from
eonstant close con act with t .
It was Miller's job to try to get
Hitler's agents to be less con-
fiscatory in their dealings with
American businessmen.
Says Miller in one part of his
book: "It seems to me distinctly
unfair that the German govern-
ment suspends interest payments
t,n bonds held in the United
States until the market price of
such bonds falls to very low
lcvt,ls_for example, five cents
on the dollar. At that point, the
Germans quietly proceed to buy
up the ""bonds."
And H i 11 e r's propagandists
claim the Nazis to be highly
superior men of morals and the
Jews to be business cheats .
It is for Jews to laughif one
can laugh with a dagger tickling
one's ribs
Anent Refugees
One of the things most to be | 'ense Bonds yet?
teared in this country now that I
we're in the war up to our necks
is unfair treatment of the na-
tives of our enemy nations .
By no means are all Germans,
Italians and Japs in sympathy
with the war against us and we
should not make life unbearable
for those who would be helpful
to the U. S. If we do, we
may turn otherwise loyal Ameri-
cans into fifth columnists and
haters of us.
We luar of the case of one
small boy in a Florida town find-
ing it impossible to attend school
. The other kids picked on
him. made life miserable for him,
because his parents were Ger-
man and his name was a German
name.
And if anybody can be mean,
kids can And if anybody is
sensitive, kids are Probably
more sensitive than adults who
have learned to take it and have
built up a broader mental vision
to make allowances for the ignor-
ance of shortcomings of neigh-
bors.
Gut Shabbos!
FIRST CALL!
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Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P.M.
Mi Boxerman is the director of
Mi.- PI.....la Regional < >fri.--. Anti-
Defamation League, with bead-
quarters :il Miami.
JEWISH MERCHANT TO HELP
REPLACE BRITISH CARRIER
Chicago (WNS) A unique
manuscript representing more
than seven years of painstaking
labor on the part of two men was
presented last week to a repre-
sentative of the Hebrew Univer-
sity for transfer and permanent
placement in the library of the
Miller Talks
With the problem of planning
the Jacksonville and Miami con-
ferences of our Anti-Defamation
League office, we couldn't get to
hear Douglas Miller's lecture the'
other evening at Miami Edison
High School, much as we wanted
to after reading his book, "You
Can't Do Business With Hitler''
The turn-out didn't come
up to expectations of the spon-
sors, the Pan American League,
and that is to be regretted.
But we hope that some of our
die-hard opponents of the Roose-
velt administration and foreign
policies were there to hear
Advocates of appeasement might
have learned something from
Miller if they attended.
Incidentally, from one of our
good friends we learn that some
of our town's leading exponents
of the Lindbergh and America
first programs never read Mill-
er s book Miller's book, you
probably know, supplied the
chief arguments for the support-
ers of the lend-lease and defense
preparation program of Roose-
Had some of those L
supporters read
London (WNSlSir Montague
Burton, Jewish clothing merchant I
of Leeds, has announced that he j
will contribute approximately
$1,000,000 toward the reconstruc-
tion of the sunken British war-1
ship Ark Royal. Recently, the |
Jewish merchant announced that:
he would contribute a shilling \
for every pound raised through I
public contributions for the re-
building of the Ark Royal. Public
response to Sir Montague's pro-
posal was immediate and to date
5.000.000 pounds sterling has been
! raised.
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UDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1942
*Jewisli nrridHfun
PAGE SEVEN
ATHER GOUGHLIN
ONTINUES HIS
RE-WAR ACTS
New York (WNS) Father
Charles E. Coughlin, pro-Fascist
nd anti-Semitic radio priest, has
Ircady forgotten Pearl Harbor
bid is following the line which
te established for the American
fifth column before the United
Rtates entered the war. That
fjonghlin's pledge to support
America in its war against the
bcis was only lip-service became
Ivident with the latest publica-
tion this week of the Detroit
bricst's paper, Social Justice.
In its latest issue, replete with
the usual pre-war anti-British at-
tacks, Social Justice expresses
the belief that the "end for Eng-
land before midsummer" is not
inconceivable, and that Spain,
Turkey and France will join the
Axis "in a final drive to oust
British imperialism and Ameri-
can capitalism from Europe."
Father Cougnlin's personal
mouthpiece described the recent
Truman Reports as an "adroit at-
tempt to exculpate President
Roosevelt's personal muddling in
the matter of industrial pre-
paredness."
Commenting on recent plans
for the creation of what it de-
scribed as a "Zionist Army," So-
cial Justice voiced satisfaction
with the proposed project since
this "Jewish plan" disproves the
attempt of Jews to establish
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
"that 'Jew' is synoymous with re-
ligion and not with race."
The anti-Semitic publication
goes on to say that if the Jews
want an army of their own, why
not also a postoffice, state de-
partment, navy, supreme court?
"In fine',' Social Justice said,
"why do not the Jews want a
government of their own inside
a government if they want an
army of their own?"
Social Justice added that the
Jewish Army plan was a "psy-
chological error" of "no benefits
for the Jews in this nation who
already are blamed for playing
a great part in promoting a world
war."
B'NAI B'RITH
AUXILIARY NEWS
Architect's drawing showing Mt. Nebo Cemetery fully developed.
The cemetery will be consecrated Sunday at 3 p. m., with ceremonies
E>v the Miami Beach Jewish Center.
A well-attended regular mon-
thly meeting of the B'nai B'rith
Auxiliary was held at the Evans
Hotel, Tuesday night. The Aux-
iliary with the aid of the B'nai
B'rith lodge and Hillel Commit-
tee will sponsor a Purim Dance
for the A. Z. A. boys, Junior Aux-
iliary girls and University stu-
dents, Saturday, February 28th
at Beth David Congregation.
Friday evening, March 6th,
services at Beth David Congre-
gation will be conducted by B'nai
B'rith and the Auxiliary. All
members and friends are asked
to attend.
In line with the Auxiliary De-
fense Program, the ladies will
sponsor the dance for men in the
service held at the Y. M. H. A.
Saturday night, February 21st.
An appeal has been made for
books, new or used, for service
men. The auxiliary has fifty
volumes to start the drive and
asks each member to cooperate.
Following the business meet-
ing an interesting program was
presented.
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NOTES

MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
A regular meeting of B'nai
B'rith was held Monday at Scher
Hall. Joe Lesser presided.
Mrs. A. Levin is seriously ill
in Miami.
Mrs. Leah Ricks is now con-
ducting a first aid class in the
evenings at St. Ann's High
School.
Women's Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith
held a meeting Monday night at
the home of Mrs. O. P. Gruner.
Mrs. Al Gasper, presided.
Beth-El Sisterhood held their
semi-monthly meeting Tuesday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Goodmark.
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LONGEST DOG RACE HERE
The longest greyhound race
run this year in Florida will be
staged Saturday night at the Bis-
cayne Kennel club when racing
Secretary Cody Coffman sends a
pack of eight dogs over the Semi-
nole course which is just fifty
feet less than 7-16ths of a mile.
This will be the first time the
new Seminole course has been
used at Biscayne and is the long-
est of the five new distances
made this year when the track
was rebuilt into the only futurity
track in the United States. A
race of this distance for grey-
hounds from the standpoint of
stamina compares somewhat with
a horse race over the two mile
route. This first test of the year
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ner of the events to go at this
distance in which Biscayne fans
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logical candidates for the annual
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closing day.
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10 BE HELD IN
AREA SOON
The week of Feb. 14 to 21 has
been set aside as "Cardiac Week"
in a proclamation by the gover-
nor of Florida and locally the
National Children's Cardiac Home
will observe Tag Day Saturday,
Feb. 14. Representatives of the
institution will be on the streets
of Miami and Miami Beach seek-
ing support of the National Home
located in Miami. Cardiac week
will start a series of events here
for the institution which will in-
clude, besides Tag Day, individ-
ually sponsored mah jongg and
card parties and will be climaxed
by a gala celebrity affair headed
by Harry Richman and assisted
by Sophie Tucker.
The governor's proclamation
reads as follows:
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children are of prime importance
to our National Defense, and
WHEREAS, Rheumatic Fever.
Rheumatic Heart Disease and
other Cardiac ailments are known
to be the greatest cause of death
to our children, which diseases,
rampant as it is, has baffled med-
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WHEREAS, It has been found
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beneficial aid to the Cardiac suf-
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WHEREAS, It is the desire of
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to those similarly afflicted for
much good may be done and
thousands of lives may be saved,
if a concerted effort is made to
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THEREFORE, I, Spessard L.
Holland, Governor of the State
of Florida, do hereby proclaim
the week of February 14 to Feb-
ruary 21 as
CARDIAC WEEK
AND BE IT FURTHER RE-
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given to those institutions who
have dedicated their existence to
the care of these sufferers.
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day of February, A. D. 1942.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Trials and Tribulations of Our
Executive Director
If the Executive Directors
writes a letter, it is too long.
If he sends a postal, it is too
short. ,
If he sends out a notice, he s
a spendthrift.
If he doesn't send a notice, he
is lazy.
If the meeting is a big success,
the officers are praised.
If it is not a success, the Exe-
cutive Director is blamed.
If he asks for advice, he is in-
your patriotism to help with this
draft registration. Call Mr. Gross-
man at once.
Advanced First Aid
An advanced class in First Aid
will begin Tuesday morning at
10 a. m. at the Y. M. H. A. Club-
rooms.
New Girls' Group at "Y" Seeks
Members
The Ahmy's, a group of girls
sponsored by the Y. M. H. A. and
under the direction of Miss Shir-
ley Rothschild, was recently or-
ganized through the efforts of
competent, and if he does not, he the Executive Director. A meet
is bullheaded.
If he writes his minutes com-
plete, they are too long, and if
he condenses them, they are in-
complete.
If he talks on the subject, he
is trying to run things, and if he
remains quiet, he has lost inter-
est in the institution.
Ashes to ashes, dust to dust.
If the others won't do it,
The Executive Director must.
The "Y" In Defense
Another successful dance for
Service Men was held last Satur-
day evening, February 7. Once
more Mrs. Florence Hacker. De-
fense Chairman, conducted one
of the most outstanding affairs
of its kind ever held since .the
inception of Service Men's
dances. Through Mrs. Hacker's
ingenuity, an excellent show was
planned by Molka Reich's Porta-
ble Theater Group. Novelties
such as community singing and
the shoe dance were other fea-
tures of the evening. Through
the courtesy of Mrs. Ida Optner,
five prizes were awarded to the
five most popular Service Men
present. Hostesses assisting Mrs.
Hacker were: Mrs. McCutchin.
Mrs. Dorothy Moore. Mrs. Isaac
Levin, Mrs. Jean Seitlin, Mrs.
Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Feldman
and Mrs. Frank.
Y. W. H. A.
A gala Valentine party will be
held at the Y. M. H. A. Club-
rooms, under the auspices of the
Y. W. H. A. on Sunday evening,
February 15, at 8:30 p. m. Mrs.
Pearl Reisman, chairman of the
committee, announces that cards,
Mah Jongg. and bingo will be
the feature games. The place will
be decorated to keep with the
spirit of the occasion. Refresh-
ments will be served and a val-
uable door prize w\\\ be given to
holder of thf lucky number.
!'
ing was held and the following
officers were elected: President.
Tobe R i t w e ; Vice-President-
Treasurer. Anne Spellman; Sec-
retary, Shirley Mandel. These
girls range from ages between 12
and 16 years. Meetings are held
every Tuesday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the Y. M. H. A. A
membership drive is now in prog-
ress and all girls between the
above ages are requested to come
to the next meeting and partake
in the activities. Parents are par-
ticularly urged to send their chil-
dren to this club.
Maurice Samuel. Noted Interpre-
ter of Jewish Life, to Be
Guest Speaker
One of the world's foremost
interpretors of Jewish life to the
English speaking world will be
the guest speaker at the Y. M.
H. A. Lecture series on Thurs-
day, March 5 next, in the person
of Maurice Samuel. Mr. Samuel
will speak on a topic that is
timely and interesting. More de-
tails will be given in subsequent
issues.
Bowling
The following are the team
ratings of the Thursday Night
League: Al Berkowitz, Sol Wein-
kle, Harry Schwartz, Abe Ber-
kowitz. Sam Seitlin, Al Reisman,
Spector, Murry Streit.
Individual High Set Marty
Milstein, 363.
High GameHal Levinson, 144.
Individual Scores:
Marty Milstein........................ 108
Hal Berkowitz 105
Sol Weinkle ............................. 105
Sol Levin .................................... 104
Al Berkowitz ._......................... 103
Hal Levinson ............................ 102
Abe Berkowitz .................... 101
Harry Schwartz ._................. 100
George Chertkof ...................... 100
Al Reisman .......... 100
Hal Levipson was the star of
ST R1CT LY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
Nathan Heyer. who will reach
her 75th milestone next week
on the 19th, to be exact Mrs.
Meyer, who has written numer-
ous plays and novels, and has
been active in many social and
philanthropic causes, is proudest
of all of the fact that she was
the founder of Bernard College,
the women's college of Columbia
University.
WEEKLY STORY
To Sam Wood of Hollywood
Winchell credits this story about
the German hausfrau who was
telling a friend about the various
gifts her soldier husband had
sent her from Nazi-invaded
countries "From Norway,"
she said, "I got the most beauti-
ful gloves, from Holland a lovely
pair of shoes, and from France I
got a wonderful dress" "And
what did you get from Russia?"
asked the friend The woman
shook her head sadly "From
Russia," she confessed, "I got my
widow's weeds."
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
HOODE PIE CO. Intends to register
the said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
HY.MAN OOTTESMAN
SAUL. MEKINGOFF
1/16-23-30 2/6-13
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
COLLINS PARK HOTEL, intend to
register the said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JONAS CREENWALD
DAVID ROSNER
1/16-23-30 2/6-13
u.e noiaer 01 tnp iuc*y numoer. i -- -"?
Isaac JoH to Glvt Book Review I,ast Week's session when he
I bowled a 144 individual game to
beat out Hal Berkowitz by one
pin.
Our bowling secretary, Al
A most unusual evening is
planned for the next meeting of
the Book of the Month Club of
the "Y" on Wednesday night,
February 18, at 8:30 p. m.
Mr. Isaac Joffe, a well known
attorney of Miami, and an active
Reisman, notifies one and all that
there are but three more weeks
remaining to complete a 21 week
come out
orites.
Zionist, will review the latest j schedule. We urge all of you to
and the most interesting book on
"Theodore Herzl" by Alex Bein,
translated by Maurice Samuel.
Mr. Joffe will stress the influence
of Herzl on modern Zionism.
Mrs. M. Dobrin, well known
for her cultural work, will talk
on "What Palestine is contribut-
ing in this war for Democracy."
Mrs. Joel Belov, chaiman, ex-
tends a cordial invitation to
members and friends to attend
this meeting.
"Y" Designated as Draft
Registration Center
Through the efforts of Maurice
Grossman, Executive Director,
the Y. M. H. A. has officially
been designated by the United I ^^
States Government through Dade ijr-
County Local Board No. 6 as an | >p
official center for the new draft | *"^_V.#__B't*-'" w ^V.
registration which will take place I
February 14, 15 and 16 from 7[
a. m. to 9 p. m.
Volunteers are necessary to
take the registration of the draf-
tees. Remember, this is defense
work and all volunteers who will
work in the project will receive
certificates from the United
States Government. We appeal
to your sense of loyally and to
and cheer your fav-
Basketball
Glad to notify the Athletic
minded members of the Y. M.
H. A. that our basketball team,
led by Manager Lefty Schemer,
is now in first place in the City
League after having defeated the
strong Kaiser Drilling team by a
close score of 33-31. Watch the
local papers for the dates of
games which will be held at the
Miami High School gymnasium.
tJJgust bros/rv^
Is the BEST.' *L
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the undersigned desire to engage in
business under the fictitious name ol
EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO. (not
Inc.) and Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
in Dade County. Florida.
ESTHER H. BLUMENFELD
LENA C. GOLDMAN
LILLIAN R. HOFFMAN-
MINNIE H. LESNICK
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney for Applicants
1/23-30 2/6-13-20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
EAGLE TAILORING & DRY CLEAN-
ING CO. intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
ALEX STEIN
1/30 2/6-13-20-27
A very important meeting of
Sholem Lodge of Bnai B'rith was
held February 10th at the Evans
Hotel. Miami Beach. The mem-
bers present were priviledged to
hear an impromptu talk by
Brother Miller, president of the
Baltimore Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Brother Miller was kind
enough to outline the program
followed by his Lodge which
helped them to become one of
the most active and best known
Lodges in the entire membership
of B'nai B'rith. It was interesting
to note the parallel of the work
of Sholem Lodge with that of
our Brother Miller Lodge at
Baltimore.
No Lodge can exist without
manpower. At the present time.
Brother Harold Turk is chairman
of our Membership Committee. It
behooves each member to bring
at least one new member to our
next meeting. A. D. L., A. Z. A.,
Civilian Defense, Americaniza-
tion, all of these activities re-
quire manpower.
If every brother would bring a
new member at the next meeting
our position as the foremost Jew-
ish organization in the Miami
area would be doubly stronger.
If you have a member in mind,
kindly contact Brother Harold
Turk.
An opportunity to help in the
coming Registration next Satur-
day, Sunday, and Monday, was
offered the members of B'nai
B'rith by Brother Louis Heiman,
head of the Committee to furnish
a number of men to help with
this Registration. If you can
serve Saturday, Sunday and Mon-
day, contact Louis Heiman as he
can use at least a half-dozen men.
On Sunday, February 15th, our
Brethern and their friends will
be priviledged to attend in Anti-
Defamation conference and semi-
nar to be held at the Alcazar
Hotel. This session will start
promptly at 10 a. m. The morning
session will be devoted to show-
ing an exhibition of the A. D. L.
throughout the country. At the
luncheon, Brother Richard Gud-
stadt, head of the A. D. L. of the
entire country, will present an
informal talk on the inner work-
ings of the Anti-Defamation
League.
In addition to Brother Gud-
stadt, we will be privileged to
meet and hear Brother Sigmund
Livingston one of the A. D. L.
founders and also the recipient
of the recent nationally public-
ized letter from Henry Ford, con-
demning intolerance and subver-
sive activities. Every member
should plan to atend this most
important session.
We in South Florida should
consider it a privilege to have
the opportunity of hearing the
National Director and founder of
the Anti-Defamation work. You
can show your appreciation by
attending this symposium. Please
contact Brother Zukernick for
reservations.
Brother President Bernie Roth
announces that Brother Carl
Weinkle has been appointed head
of the Committee to push the
sale of Bonds and Stamps, with
the ultimate purpose of selling at
least $200,000 worth of Bonds in
order to purchase a bomber.
With this announcement, many
members immediately responded,
and several thousand dollars was
raised at Tuesday's meeting.
Every American is planning to
purchase Bond?. Please contact
Brother Weinkle for your pur-
chases. Remember, "we have an
Axis to grind."
After the business meeting, the
Women's Auxiliary joined the
men and we were privileged to
hear a round-table discussion by
the member of the Americaniza-
tion Class, conducted by Mrs.
Maurice Grossman.
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