The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 9
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
NOTED LECTURER
WILL APPEAR IT
TEMPLE ISRAEL
Plans have been completed for
the lecture that Maurice Samuel,
noted author and lecturer, will
deliver at Temple Israel next
Thursday evening, March 5, at
8:30 o'clock. This lecture will be
given under the joint sponsorship
ui the Young Men's Hebrew As-
sociation. Senior Hadassah, Jun-
ior Hadassah, and the Zionist
Council of Greater Miami.
Mr. Samuel's subject will not
only be contemporary, but will
actually fonnulate a plan by
which the Jewish population may
work out a design for the future.
With a world-wide reputation
as author, lecturer, and transla-
tor, Maurice Samuel has led a
varied and colorful career. Read-
ing widely and traveling exten-
sively, he has acquainted him-
self with the best that has been
produced by and about the Jew
in Hebrew. Yiddish, French, Ger-
man and English. He knows from
frequent personal contact the
forms and content of Jewish life
in hundreds of communities in
America. Europe, Africa and
Palestine.
As a translator he has intro-
duced to the English-reading pub-
lic the works of the most im-
portant Jewish contemporary
creative spirits, such as, Bialik
in poetry. Levin, historical auto-
biography, and Sholom Asch's
novel. "The Nazarene."
As an author, he has produced
sucli sell known words as "You
Gentiles." "What Happened in
UNITED MIAMI JEWRY TO
OBSERVE PURIM SUNDAY
As a symbol of the Jewish
community's unity, the Jewish
congregations of the Greater Mi-
ami area are holding a United I
Purim Celebration at the Capitol
Theatre this Sunday morning,
March 1st at 10 a. m. A Purim
marionette show will be present-
ed as well as movies and prizes
awarded for Purim costumes.
Purim delicacies will be served to
the children. Children attending
the Sunday schools of the Greater
Miami area are invited to at-
tend. The affair is being spon-
sored by Beth David Congrega-
tion, Beth Jacob Congregation,
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-1
gation and Temple Israel.
BROTHERHOOD
WEEK OBSERVED
BY LOCAL JEWRY
JEWISH SCIENTISTS CALLED
FROM GHETTOS TO WORK
Stockholm ( W N S (Jewish
scientists, who formerly special-
ized in the development of anti-
typhus vaccines have been
brought from the Polish ghettos
to the famous labratories of Dr.
Rudolph Stefan Weigl, at Lwow
University, recently reopened
under Nazi supervision, accord-
. a, v j m i i i in6 t0 reports received here.
Brotherhood Week was cele- \ %. .. ..
brated locally with radio pro- &** n the,^rheid f
grams, pulpit addresses and pro-! sPtted tvPhu* published in the
gram discussions. The Miami | N^' Paper Goniec Krakow ski.
Round Table affiliated with the! w.n'chneached h?r,e- revealed that
National Council of Christians i of 7'8. ca^s of typhus m War-
and Jews sponsored a luncheon w during 1941 15.749 were Jew-
. K _-.:- i ish. The statistics indicated the
extent to which conditions in the
NIGHT OF STARS
TO BE PRESENTED
AT THE
JR.
TO
L
MAURICE SAMUEL
Palestine," "Jews on Approval,"
and now the penetrating, bril-
liantly written analysis of the
Jewish problem, "The Great
Hatred As lecturer he offers an
"Jtimate knowledge of contem-
poraneous, Jewish, and general
fins, so that his lectures are
ut up f a many-sided appre-
ciation of Jewish life and prob-
ems with all their factorshis-
torical literary, spiritual, social
nd political.
The lecture will be held in the
and Hudltrium of the Temple
FvL :,d,Tssion will be free,
^eryonc is urged to come.
oh~lc the Nazis outlawed the
all 7a.1Ce of Purm in 1941 in
trL h?, H'tler-occupied coun-
Sln the air raid shelters of
bS2Sn, th.e holiday was cele-
wiih nu the traditional manner.
eatiL tians Joining Jews in
"ffi "^antaschen and de-
man er as the modern Ha-
With every assurance that
Miami's 1942 edition of the
"Night of Stars" would surpass
any previous presentation of its
kind and would without doubt
prove to be the greatest pro-
gram of entertainment to be pre-
sented to the public during the
present season. Herman Waits-
man, chairman of the combined
Shrine. Elks and Y. M. H. A.,
committee, released today the
following list of leading, radio,
stage and screen stars who wili
appear on the program.
Included in the list are Myles
Bell, Al Bernie, Emile Boreo,
Capella and Patricia. Del Casino,
Jerry Cooper, Cross & Dunn. Dia-
mond Bros., Frances Faye. Dr.
Giovanni, Guili Guili, Dean Mur-
phy, Jane Froman, Patricia Hall,
Dan Healey, Hermanos-Williams
Trio, Jerry & Turk. Bee Kalmus,
Helen Kane, Carol King, Jerry
Kruger.
Myla. Jackie Myles, Senor
Wences, Owen & Parker. Helen
Reynolds Girls, Tubby Rives.
Sextette, Dancers, Stuart Morgan
Dancers. Three Guesses, Three-
Heat Waves, Sid Tomack and the
Reis Bros., Carol Vance, Billy
Vine and Harry Reeser and
orchestra.
The "Night of Stars" is a joint
presentation of Mahi Shrine Tem-
ple, Miami' Beach Lodge of Elks
and the Y. M. H. A., and will be
presented Tuesday evening,
March 3rd at the Olympia
theatre.
All seats are reserved and may
be obtained by calling 9-1520.
5-6246. 3-4012 and 2-1156. At
a meeting of the committee held
Tuesday evening on Miami
Beach, indications of a quick sell-
out were in progress and the
public was urged to make im-
mediate reservations to insure
the choice of seats.
Milton A. Friedman will serve
as chairman of transportation.
TREASURER SPEAK
last Thursday in commemoration |
of National Brotherhood Day. Dr. i ,.
A. W. Gotschall. southern area Warsaw ghetto have weakened
director of the N. C. C. J. ad- Kne resistance of the Jewish resi-
dressed the gathering.
Leading members of the U. S.
Senate joined last week in an
appeal to their fellow-Americans |
to strengthen the habit of friend-
ly cooperation in war time as a'
means of defeating attempts to
divide and confuse them through
propaganda designed to stir up
religious and raciai hatreds.
The Senators signed the appeal
in recognition of the nation-wide;
observance of Brotherhood Week, i
sponsored by the National Con- \ ---------
ference of Christians and Jews in i Miss Naomi Chertoff of New
2.000 communities across the na- | York, national treasurer of Jun-
I tion. The observance, which j ior Hadassah, will be guest
| President Roosevelt endorsed as speaker at the regular meeting of
"affirming a principle essential the Miami Unit on Monday eve-
( to our national defense," reach-' ning, March 2nd at the Betsy
ed its climax on Washington's i Ross Hotel, 1440 Ocean Drive.
birthday. j Miami Beach.
"The strengthening of the Miss Chertoff is one of the out- I
.bonds of fellowship and coopera- standing youth Zionist speakers I
! tion among members of all faiths in the country and will talk on
i in our country, essential in time the part young women Zionists!
i of peace, is still more essential are taking in America's war pro-
in time of war." the Senators de- gram and their aid to Palestine.:
clared in a joint statement. "The in line with the government's1
| more united and cooperative: policy to assist all nations fight-;
| Americans of all creeds are in ing for democratic victory.
I the nation, in the community.: Miss chertoff lived in Pales-!
and in the individual neighbor- tine for thrce years u unti, 1937
hood the greater will be their Shc travelled through the coun-'
resistance to the propaganda of try making a close study of the
hatred which is intended to di- j social forms being evolved in the
vide and confuse them. | cooperative agricultural settle-
"American unity demands not, ments. of the industrial develop-
only special solicitude at this ; ment. of the integration into the
time for the maintenance of just, life of the country of waves of,
friendly and cooperative relations j refugees from various European,
i among all groups of citizens.! countries. She studied at the'
| whether Protestants, Catholics or Beth Hakerem Teachers Semin-
j Jews, but united support of those ary in Jerusalem and for more
i common spiritual ideals which than a year lived and worked in
j we seek to preserve. It is vital a cooperative settlement.
] in this connection that the civil Miss Chertoff. who is 21 years
and religious liberties guaranteed 0ld. was graduated magnacum
by the constitution and cherished iaudc from Hunter College. New
as an integral part of the Amen- york in 1940 she majored in
can tradition, shall not be sacri-
ficed as a consequence of the
j present national emergency."
J
HAS INTERVIEW
WITH OH. WISE
By MAX RAYMOND SILVER
Efclltor's Notes Dr. Stephen 8. Wine,
nationally known figure In Jewish af-
fair*, together with .Mrs. Wise, has
been a visitor in Miami fur a fort-
night. Their visit hire is to conclude
with an address by I>r. Wise at Tem-
ple Israel's Friday evening service*
tonight at 8:15 p. m. I>r. Wise's ap-
pearance at Temple Israel win he his
only formal address here and his huo-
jiii will be "World War Problems
ami the Jewish Problem."
l)r Wise was this week elected
chairman of the newl) formed exetu-
tlve committee of the Inter-American
Jewish Council.
When I asked Dr. Wise what
interested him most in Miami,
his answer was: "Joseph Ber-
nard Stephen Zwitman. one
year old son of my beloved
young friends Rabbi and Mrs.
Colman Zwitman."
"Rabbi Zwitman. during his
four years of study at the Jew-
ish Institute of Religion, of
which I was the founder and
continue to be the president,
was one of our most gifted and
resourceful service. He is fine,
learned, and what is more, he
is what not all y'oung Rabbis
are, a truly modest person."
"Mrs. Zwitman, who has been
with us since her Sunday
School childhood at the Free
Synagogue, enhances the value
of Rabbi Zwitman's ministra-
tions."
When Dr. Wise was asked to
offer a forecast of Jewish hap-
penings in the future, his re-
5 0 0 REFUGEES FIGHTING
WITH THE CHINESE ARMY
Istanbul (WNS) More than
500 Polish Jewish refugees, who
fled to the Far East when the Na-
zi armies invaded Poland, are
now fighting with the Chinese
Army, it was reported here this
week. The Jewish refugees were
said to have been commended
on several occasions by General-
issimo Chiang Kai-Shek.
The report said that the Polish
Jewish soldiers had approached
Chiang Kai-Shek for permission
to establish a Jewish regiment as
part of the Chinese Army,
was reported.
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SCRAP METALS
OLD RUBBER
OLD RAGS
Cell s Collecting Chsrity. or a
Local Junk Dealer
economics, political science and
history and was a member of
Alpha Chi Alpha, the social sci-
ence national honor society.
As chairman of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund committee of Jun-
ior Hadassah. Miss Chertoff has
directed the work of 20.000 Jun-
ior Hadassah members in the
United States in behalf of land
purchase in Palestine for the col-
lective ownership of the Jewish
people.
The public is invited to at-
tend the meeting.
DR. STEPHEN S. WISE
CAPTURED NAZI PILOT TELLS
OF ATROCITIES ON JEWS
Moscow (WNS)The Moscow-
press this week published eye-
witness reports of Nazi atrocities
against Jews in Russian territory
now occupied by the Nazi armies.
The eye-witness was Lieutenant
Heinrich Freitag, a Nazi pilot
who was shot down by Soviet
pursuit planes.
The Nazi aviator was reported
as saying that Nazi military au-
thorities in Kharkov hung the
bodies of scores of Jews from the
balcony of the largest building
in the center of the city. He
described the mass execution of
thousands of Jews.
ply was: "I shall deal with
some of the problems in my
Friday night sermon at the
Temple. Jewishly, I am an in-
curable optimist; needless to
say. despite everything. I am
always an American Optimist,
so that my Americanism and
my Jewish optimism blend to
make me feel that happier and
blesseder days are not as far
off as they seem to some of us.
If we awake and arise and
serve with all our hearts and
all our souls and all our
strength, the victory will not
be delayed much longer, but
we must do all of these things
as Americans and as Jews. Wc
must awake, we must arise, we
must serve. A thousand ways
of service are open to every-
one of us, even the youngest
and the oldest, the greatest and
the least of us."
When asked about Mrs.
Wise's work as President of the


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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, i942
Social

Personals

C/m&s

Organizations
PERSONALS
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ti ::t at Ja.-ltson Memorial Hos-
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ORGANIZATIONS
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ration i
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sored by 1 I
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through Mai
Lad.- Auxiliary, Miami Jew-
Congregation wW
. gala Punm fesmal at
ralmud Torah building. 1545
Street Sunday March
3 30 p m. Cards, man jongg
ingo will be featured. Re-
Mrs. M. Kup-
Mrs A Mintzer are
ffair Pro-
the Talmud
Fund oi the organization.
MRS DAVID DESOLA POOL
BIRTHS
i w nen's Organi- '.: B
Mian i. Selec-
assies jj v'ici
presented. A is f Mi
their firsl
': ianisi Miss Rut -
Brotmai ratura soprai
HIAS
. I Invocai
Mr. and Mrs. Phi! Weiner an
nounce the birth of their daueh
ter. Marilyn. Wednesday Feb
ruary 18th at Jackson Memoriaj
Hospital. '
Mrs. Weiner is the former
Evelyn Jacobs, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Morris Jacobs. '
The B'nai B'nth activity was
in consonance with the Purim
custom of giving alms to the poor
a tradition traceable to the ad-
; monition in the Book of Esther
1 that Jews should send "portions
one to another and gifts to the
poor."
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KJjOVST BROS R>!r
J^ Is the OEST'
Gartenberg & Schechter's
PARK CENTRAL HOTEL
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t the t Mi
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ty 28. 8 h Women, on Friday. Fel -
Surl 444 Ocean Iruarv 27. 2 p. m. in the Miami
Miami B ach B Elks" Club. 720 West Ave-
'.'.-. Halevi Mrs Stearns will speak on
: her *n work of th Pan-American
rhe Eur tors ague.
'' V-r- Mrs. Jack Falk ill continue
ate m i i gran Ral I i With a series ol talks n nutri-
be th guest tion for consumers welfare.
Richard LaMar. nine war old
- b H Kaplan Rabbi 5*52** wm present a musical
ritus : Tempi. Israel Mi- p ?f ...
. :, th. speakei at the **,William Sporborg. N w
this Saturday Y.J?' onric'r National ;
3 30 p m. at 11th' of Council [J .-:.'.',' men will
Sti een C Uins Avenue be Forum's guest Mrs. Hei
. : :-... .... speak on Johnlw*PmBn will be chairman of the
David DeSola Pool, na-
: Hadassah. will
occupy the pulpit at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center on Friday
ruary 27. at 8:15
p. m. Mrs. Pool will discuss
"Palestine in the World Picture
Today."
In Italy. Punm was often used
as a familv name by the Jews
afternoon.
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-0828
From 1888 to 1915. the B'nai
B'rith lodges in the United States
an annual collection, the
proceeds of which were sent to
Jewish orphanage in
m and to a Jewish tech-
nical school maintained in Pal-
Alliance Israelite
During the 27 years
in which this Purim collection
was an annual feature of B'nai
B'rith's philanthropic activities.
something like S250.000 was sent
: l. .'.
PLAZA
THEATRE
S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
Sat. Thru Tue. Feb. 28Mar. 3
"SONG OF THE
ISLANDS"
In Technicolor
with
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JACK OAKIE
VICTOR MATURE
THOMAS MITCHELL
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Wed. & Thurs.-Mar. 4-5
"The Greatest Anti-Nazi
Film Ever Made
An inspiring story
of the brave men
and women who
defy Nazi barbar-
ism.
The Most Brilliant Event of this Season
The 1942 Edition of the
"NIGHT OF STARS"
at the
Olympia Theatre-Tuesday Evening
FOR
DAY
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NIGHT
PICTURES
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MIAMI SI >RB CAMERAS. BTBEBT
' Myles Bell
" A! Bemie
Emile Boreo
Capella & Patricia
Del Casino
Jerry Cooper
Cross & Dunn
Diamond Bros.
Frances Faye
Dr. Giovanni
' Guiii Guili
"Dean Murphy
Program Will Include the Following
Radio, Stage and Screen Stars:
Patricia Hall
Dan Healey
Hermanos-Willicnns Trio
Jerry & Turk
Bee Kalmus
Helen Kane
Carol King
Jerry Kruger
Mayla
Jackie Myles
Senor Wence*
Jane Froman
Owen & Parker
Helen Reynolds Girls
Tubby Rivers
Sextette Dancers
Stuart Morgan Dancers
Three Guesses
Three Heal Waves
Sid Tamack and the
Reis Brothers
Carol Vance
Billy Vine
Harry Reeser 4 Orchestra
auspices of
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MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW
PHONES: 2-1156 9-1520 5-6246 3-4012
Sanctioned by Theater Authority. Inc.
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1942
KING'S..^^
KOMMENTS HS^
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
They sure bluffed their way
Tried to make all say
That their word was law
Their judgmentwithout flaw
Too much for granted took
Their members desires forsook
A mistake that is made
Its intention can be weighed
But with arrogance in their crew
Its intention easily foresaw
A lesson they should have learned
And to their good work returned.
*Jewisti noradHain
BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD
IN GRAND OPERA CONCERT
PAGE THREE
A grand opera concert given
under the auspices of the Beth
David Sisterhood, will be held
at the Temple Theatre, 471 N.
W. 3rd Street, Sunday evening,
March 15th at 8:30 p. m. Part of
jne proceeds will benefit the
Dade County Blood Bank. Scenes,
anas and duets from the operas,
Aida, Lucia, Barber of Seville,
A L. L. (local leader) had to
conduct a one-man drive in the
community's interest himself last
week, because two cohorts be-
came too occupied with other
things to back him up.
King hears one Doubting
Thomas who refused to accept
responsibility for statements
without a personal investiga-
tionand found himself justi-
fiedto someone's chagrin.
Several meetings have been
held recentlyabout who is going
to lasso the cowboy who ac-
cording to reportsnot confi-
dentialhas been running away
with himself. Up to date they
have not been able to get enough
rope.
The refugee class, as predicted
by King, will continue accord-
ing to current rumors under the
old set-up. The sponsorship.
King presumes, will be the same.
With a big-wig moving his
headquarters the pressure for
removal of one of the boys
seems to have lifted quite a bit
although this is an annual oc-
currence.
Control of the local shochtim
set up has always been a bad
pill with no one person, party,
parties or organization seeming
to get far with itAt the pre-
sent .one bad boy seems to have
them baffledeven going into
price cutting to monopolize the
field.
Rio de Janeiro (WNS)Stefan
Zweig, world-famous Austrian
Jewish author, and his young
wife refugees from Hitlerism,
committed suicide by poison at
their home near Petropolis, Bra-
zilian Summer capital.
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today so that your country be
able to give her fighting men the
war materials they need.
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Rigoletto, Lakmc, LaTraviata,
Carmen, LaJuive and conceit
numbers will be presented. The
two opera stars, formerly with
the Metropolitan and LaScala
Opera Houses, will be H. Mar-
biny-Marbein, tenor, and Stella
Marbiny,
Mada
the
of Tetrazzini's opera costumes
will appear in them.
The tickets are $1.65, $1.10 and
Stressing that the strength of American democracy rests on the
coloratura soprano genuine practice of Brotherhood, in war as in peace this art* Btin*
ame Marbiny, a protege of poster was selected for the ninth annual observance of Broth, rhood
T^L^ES? and Psfessor WcFk,- February 15-22. by the National Conference O C S
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VOLUME 15
PURIM
Once again we get ready to celebrate the
festival of Purim. The incident which it recalls
happened long, long ago and yet, it is funda-
mentally the same story that we Jews are
concerned with even todaythe story of pre-
judice.
The anti-Semite gives many reasons for
his prejudice. They are so many indeed that
inevitably they negate one another. In the
Book of Esther, scarcely a reason at all is
given except that Mordecai did not accord
the proper salaams to Haman. Yet, at the same
time, Haman was willing enough to go to the
party prepared by Queen Esther for him and
the king, not knowing, of course, that Esther
was a Jewess. The Book of Esther does not tell
us how Haman justified himself when Esther
revealed her Jewishness. No doubt, he said,
that some of his best friends were Jews, and
that we weren't thinking of her type.
It is plain from what the record gives us
that prejudice even works the same old way.
The New Order offers no innovation in that
respect.
Purim is a holiday which symbolizes the
triumph over this prejudice. We celebrate it
lightheartedly. but conquering prejudice is no
light thing. We have come to see that it is
indeed a fundamental thing in civilization,
that it is not merely ruinous to the Jew, but to
those who practice it also. And the problem
is a bigger one than that of prejudice against
the Jew. There is the terrible prejudice against
the Negro for no better reason than that of
color. There is the prejudice against the Chi-
NUMBER 9
of Protestant
nese. There is the prejudice
against Catholic and vice versa.
Civilization must root out prejudice or pre-
judice will root it out.
STEFAN ZWEIG
The Nazis have just scored another faumph.
They can point with pride
to the death of
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fMidtfy eottfidenUd
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE
We're told that Captain Arthur W. Wormuth, who's famous
as Uncle Sam's one-man army in the Philippines, and who
promises to become the Sergeant York of the present war, j|
a former member of the Chicago Jewish community ... At
last reports he was credited with having killed 116 Japanese
soldiers, and bringing in an even larger number of Jap cap-
tives Rumors persist that in the inevitable reorganization
of the Churchill cabinet our old friend Leslie Hore-Belisha will
be given an important post in the military department ... If
the War Department accepts James Waterman Wise's offer to
serve in a Volunteer Division open to all, irrespective of race,
creed, color or national origin, Jimmy Wise will stand as a
concrete example of what the Council against Intolerance, of
which he is the executive research diretor, has been preah-
Now it's columnist Boake Carter who, citing the New
Stefan Zweig. They do not have to share me ^^ Book of Revelations, says that the decisive battle
spotlight with anyone. It is theirs alone, iney ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ fought ^ palestine Specifically, in the
are directly responsible for the loss ot one 01 VaUey q{ Megiddo, where, as you should remember, Deborah
Barak put an end to the oppressions of the Canaanite
our finest writers and humanitarians
In his farewell note to friends, Stefan Zweig
wrote: "I knew immense force would be neces-
sary to reconstruct my life and my energy is
used up by long peregrination as a man with-
out a country."
At 60, lonely, desperately tired, the author
of many novels, stories, biographies, he could
not find the energy necessary to reconstruct
his life and find a new home. From 1938, when
the Nazis enslaved Austria, he was forced to
wander restlessly uprooted from his people,
his country and his home. Yes, the Nazis may
well take the spotlight for yet another victim
of their "civilization." But the triumph was not
really on their side. Though their way of life
was responsible in the end for a tired, lonely
man's death, they have not and will not suc-
ceed in obliterating his traces on our society.
The countless contributions he made will con-
tinue to be read and to be effective. Just as
though his death the Nazi "civilization" has
been unmasked once more, so Stefan Zweig s
life "which was dedicated only to spiritual
work, considering human liberty and my own
as the greatest wealth in the world" has added
immeasurably to the cause of liberty.
HAS INTERVIEW
WITH 0H_. WISE
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HADASSAH
REPORTS TELL OF
Women's Division .of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congti-ss, Dr. Wise
answered: "I was proud on
Sunday afternoon of the great
demonstration at the Victor
Hotel in honor of Mrs, Wise,
Mrs. Sol Rosonbloom and Mrs.
Morris Weinfeld, all National
Officers. The Women's Divi-
sion under Mrs., Rise's leader-
ship, has. rendeCtd. liable serv-
ice, giving maximum support
through its mombart^iip of fif-
teen thousand, to- the American
Jewish Congress and-conduct-
ing for the last seven years the
three Congress reiugce houses,
sheltering, and caring for more
than a thousand refngecs. each
of whom has been the guest of
the Congrats. Mrs. Wis6 and
her Associates told the sioPy "Sf
the Woirwn's JTjyisiory' work,
Sunday afternoon. The/Greater
Miami sacttoois rendering ex-
cellent service under th lead-
dership of Mrs. Moses- J&rieger
and her fine young associate*^'
"I hope to be back in Miami
.wmtw year forgery year we
need it .mare. We need* its
balmy.ait raore and enjoy it
more."
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassali will sponsor a Sabbath
tea on Saturday. February 28. at
2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Ed-
ward Lovitz, 658 N. E. 73rd
Street. The program, in tribute
to Washington and Lincoln, will
stress the theme "Americanism."
The Educational Chairman, Mrs.
I. M. Weinstein, will present as
guest speaker Mr, William Boxer-
man, executive director of the
POLISHJHETTOS
London (W N S) Reports
speaking of a lowered birth rate
and starvation rations in the Lodz
Florida"RTgioriar'6Tficc of the ghetto and pointing to the possi-
Anti-Defanuition League of Bnai
Brith. The speaker will discuss
"The Jew in the Making of
America." "American Ideals of
Brotherhood" will bo presented
in dramatic form by Gerald Gor-
don, Natalie LeVine. and Sandra
Stein, pupils of Temple Israel
Religious School. Mrs. Weinstein
will review a new biography of
Haym Solomon. "Son of Liberty"
by Howard Fast. The program
will close with "God Bless Amer-
ica" by Alan Westin, boy so-
prano.
A social hour will follow the
program. Assisting the hostess in
serving will be Mrs. Alvin Cas-
sel, Mrs. Albert Pallot, Mrs.
Lionel Cassel, Mrs. Samuel Zin-
kow and Mrs. Norman Wepman.
Purim is unique in Jewish
I religious history by virtue of the
fact that it is devoid of religious
spirit in its origin.
If your friends in Palestine
write you that they attended an
"Adloyada" you should know
they went to one of Palestine's
famous Purim carnivals, for "Ad-
loyada" is a newly coined Heb-
rew word meaning Purim carni-
val. The word comes from an
old Purim tradition which says
that on this festival one should
drink "Ad Lo Yoda""till one
knows not" the distinction be-
tween Baruch Mordecai ("Blessed
be Mordecai") and Arrur Ha-
man ("Cursed be Haman").
Esther, the heroine of the Pur-
im story, was originally known
as Hadassah.
The Book of Esther prescribes
no religious service for the ob-
servance of Purim.
The Book of Ruth, the Song of
Songs and the Book of Esther
which contains the Purim epic',
comprise a trilogy in the Hebrew
Scriptures in each of which the
principal character is a woman.
On the eve of Purim, 1941, the
Nazi propaganda bureau an-
nounced that Hitler would make
an international radio broadcast
on Purim devoted to the Jewish
question and aimed chiefly at
North and South American list-
eners. But a modern miracle
silenced Hitler when weather
conditions prevented the broad-
cast from being heard on this
side of the Atlantic.
bility of extinction for 150,000
Jews herded into the ghetto
reached Polish Government
circles here from occupied Po-
land.
Accused of participating in a
strike against starvation bread
rations. 65 Jewish weavers were
arrested by the Nazi authorities
in Lodz and sent to a concentra-
tlo.!Lcam-p' the rePorts disclosed.
The Jewish ghetto in Lodz, in
addition to being the largest in
the world, next to the ghetto in
Warsaw, is also the worst as far
as th.c food situation is con-
cerned, the report stated. Re-
vealing that while the death rate
among Jews in the ghetto is com-
parable to other ghettos in Po-
and one report added that the
birth rate is the lowest in the
country revealing that in the
h",1?0 0f three months only eight
ghetto011 WeFe brn in tht' Ldz
Emphasizing that the share in-
crease in deaths is due to a lack
of medical supplies in the Jewish
ghettos in Poland, one of the re-
!r,VeVealcd that d'ing the
\l *,."* months of 1941. close
to 450 patients died in the Jew*
ish hospital at Warsaw became
of lack of medicines. The chil
dren s hospital showed even
fhf ,CI\ mortality statistics for
the last quarter of 1941 ,h
out of 741 patients confined 54%
were reported to have died
veSS {hitXrwSl^O^
igure included men ad worn n
SMMCSbS
and Barak put an
Sisera several thousands years ago Which reminds us:
How's about that Jewish Army for Palestine and the Middle
East, Mr. Churchill?
IN RE REFUGEES
We hope the government will take up seriously the sug-
gestion to make use of the German and Austrian refugee phy-
sicians in this country for military purposes There are quite
a few first-rate refugee medical men in this country whose
anti-Nazism cannot be doubted and who could be most val-
uable in the gigantic military force the U. S. is building up ..
An obituary notice in the Aufbau, the New York refugees' paper,
telling of the demise of one Herr Lewy, formerly of Friedberg,
Germany, caused Jacob Fishman, the Jewish Morning Journal
columnist, to shake his head sadly and murmur a Talmudic
phrase about the unpredictability of fate Fishman, it seems,
met the late Herr Lewy a number of years B. H. (Before Hitler),
when Lewy was the owner of the most prosperous store in
Friedberg and one of the most respected members of the com-
munity ... In his reminiscences of Herr Lewy, incidentally,
Fishman told us of a unique mikveh he had visited at Fried-
berg, which is a little town near Bad Nauheim This mikveh,
it seems, is 900 years old, and lies 200 feet underground.
THE WAR EFFORT
That was good work by the Economic Warfare Board when
it stopped fur shipments to Switzerland obviously intended for
re-export to Hitlerland, to keep the Nazis warm on the Russian
front ... For that matter, isn't the Red Army making it hot
enough for the Hitler hordes? Tin-Pan Alley is doing a lot
toward filling the U. S. Treasury Many songs by top
notchers, though the subject may be nothing whatever to do
with Defense Bonds, are being presented to Secretary Morgen-
thau. so that the royalties go to the Defense Fund Among
the most frequent contributors, in addition to Irving Berlin, are
Abner Silver and Irving Caesar The photo of Henry Spiegel,
recently featured by the New York Post as its Warden-of-the
Week, must have looked familiar to millions of visitors at the
quondam New York World's Fair Henry was the right-hand
man of Meyer W. Weisgal in the running of the Jewish Pales-
tine Pavilion at that exposition And good for those twelve
New York department stores who published tremendous ads
in the newspapers decrying hoarding and picturing a couple
of hoarders having a decoration pinned on their chests by
Adolf himself, with Hero Benito and Hirohito looking on
The caption read: "For distinguished service to the Axisfor
hoarding Good for Joshua Manischewitz who has given
blood twice to the Red Cross and will continue until he fills
his card.
to wear side^urlf frbade '
LITERARY LIGHTS
When Rabbi Harry S. Davidowitz held a pulpit in Cleve-
land some years ago, he dreamed of writing a best-seller some
day ... He went to Palestine, and in his spare time translated
"Hamlet" into Hebrew And according to the latest reports
the Davidowitz Hebrew version of the Shakespearean drama
is leading all the best-seller lists in Eretz Israel Walter
Winchell is planning to publish his first book ... It will be a
compilation of all the attacks on him that have been inserted
in the Congressional Record in the last three years Ninety-
nine percent of these attacks, reveals their target, were either
authored or planted by enemy agents now in the jug W""*
reminds us to pass on to you a story Winchell gleaned from
an anti-Nazi paper surreptitiously published in France *
concerns the Bishop of Bordeaux, who gave his secretary WY
francs to hand out to a woman who had been begging **
aims ... The secretary hesitated "Monseigneur is perhaps
unaware of the fact that the women is a Jewess," he pro-
tested "A Jewess?" exclaimed the Bishop ... He dug into
his pocket again, and told the secretary: "That's a different
matter, of course Give her these hundred francs, and thank
her for her faith in Christian charity."
TU BROADWAY BITS ,
The only member of the famous Adler family of actors wW
ES m ,Cafe Crown-" the play which deals with the Adler
family is Jay Adler, who has the role of a waiter, and whom
the other members of the family never recognized as an actor.
Kn^S n V'nue'8 Cafe Royal- prototype of Cafe Crown, has
po,1 ? R\- 8ian out nighUy since ithit the front page* a
couple of weeks an* .!, t^___.v.. nn.________ iao aot n
weeks ago, when Dorothy Thompson, no less, got
a
her
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1942
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI
1536 Jefferion Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services Schedule
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services---------6 P. M.
Saturday----------------------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat----------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday evening at 8 oclock
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak
on the subject, "Remember Pearl
Harbor and Amalek." Cantor
Josef S. Lengyel will officiate
with the Jewish Center Choir,
assisted by Miss Edith Freeman.
Sunset services will be held at
6:30. On Saturday morning at 16
o'clock Dr. Bension will preach
on The Scriptural Lesson. Chil-
dren's kiddush reception will be
hold immediately after the serv-
ices.
Thanks Mrs. Anna Eisenberg
We acknowledge with thanks
the generous pledge of $1,000 by
Mrs. Anna Eisenberg in memory
of her husband. May she and her
family be rewarded with life and
health and find comfort and con-
solation in developing their for-
mer home into the spiritual, cul-
tural and educational Center of
the entire Jewish community.
May God endow them with wis-
dom and understanding the nobil-
ity of mind and generosity of
spirit to make the Miami Beach
Jewish Center the "Ner Tomid,"
the eternal light to keep alive
the memory of Jacob M. Eisen-
berg and to win merit and esteem
for his name and the Jewish com-
munity generally.
Remember the Concert
The renowned Cantor Kapov-
Kagan, of New York City will
officiate at our Sabbath services
at the Center Synagogue on Sat-
urday morning, March 7th and
will also render a sacred concert
at the Center on Sunday eve-
ning, March 8th. Admission cards
should be secured at our office
now. Cantor Kagan is one of
the outstanding pulpit artists
and concertists.
Purim Entertainment
The Purim entertainment of
the religious school will present
a very fine operetta, puppet show
and entertainment this Sunday
afternoon.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise Addressed
Jewish Center
At the invitation of Mr. Harry
Sirkin, the distinguished Ameri-
can Jewish leader, Rabbi Stephen
S. Wise delivered an inspiring
address at the National Brother-
hood Sabbath Services last Fri-
day night at the Center. Dr. Wise
was introduced by Rabbi Ben-
sion. On the invitation of Mr.
Alex Sussman, Mr. Arthur Le-
Vine, president of The University
Heights Jewish Center and of
The Beth David Hospital, The
j0nx" occupied the pulpit and
addressed the congregation on the
same occasion. A record breaking
attendance greeted our disting-
uished guests. The services were
sponsored by The Men's Club of
our Center.
f rankel Dinner a Huge Success
The testimonial dinner in hon-
or of our president, Mr. Mayer H.
jrankel, was a huge success.
Many hundreds attended and
greatly enjoyed the dinner and
dancing. Dr. Samuel Bension
eulogized Mr. Frankel and Mr.
Abraham H. Klubock of New
York presented him with a beau-
tiful plaque on behalf of the Cen-
ter. Mr. Leo Robbinson presided
and Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld pre-
sented a check for $500 on behalf
oi the Sisterhood. A surprise
Ruest was the famous creator of
superman" comic strip who do-
nated $100 to the Center. Rabbi
spitz gave the invocation and
^antor Lengyel chanted grace,
congratulations to the Bermans
M^-onEratulations to Mr. and Mrs.
yman Berman on their marriage
'asJ Sunday. Dr. Bension offi-
ciated. Mazzel tov and along and
nappy wedded life.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Annual Sisterhood Sabbath
service, this Friday at 8 p. m.,
with the service read by Sister-
hood officers and the sermon
given by Mrs. S. H. Baron.
Religious School, Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club, Sunday at 10:30
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, March 12, with Smor-
gasbord from 7 to 9 p. m.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
I'hone 3-5192
510 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon............_......8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p. m.
Maariv_______________6:00 p. m.
Saturday.........._................9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
Of the many boys who were
recently called to the colors we
bring greetings from Harry Bear,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear
of 1717 S. W. 9th Street, who was
recently called to Camp Blanding
and who sends fond greetings to
all the friends in the congrega-
tion.
Annual Ball
The Eleventh Annual Ball of
the congregation will take place
on Monday night, March 16 at 9
p. m. in the Grand Ballroom of
the Miami Woman's Club. 1737
N. Bayshore Drive. A fine com-
mittee of men and women has
been named to arrange for a
splendid evening with an un-
usually fine program of enter-
tainment.
Purim Programs
The Sunday School will join
with the rest of the Schools in
the area in a splendid demon-
stration of unity in the joint
Purim Festival to be staged on
Sunday morning next at the
Capitol Theatre, N. Miami Ave-
nue and 3rd Street. We hope that
all of our children will take full
advantage of this unusually fine
opportunity.
Megillah Readings
The reading of the Megillah
will take place on Monday night,
March 2nd at 7:30 p. m. and on
Tuesday morning at 8:30 a. m. A
cordial welcome is extended to
all to come and participate in
these Purim services and there-
by demonstrate our faith in the
ultimate victory of truth and
justice.
Sabbath Sermons
On Saturday morning before
Mussaph service Rabbi Kellner
will preach on "Thou Must Re-
member" and in the afternoon at
5:30 p. m. the rabbi will con-
tinue his exposition of Midrashic
themes in a Yiddish droshe in
conjunction with the observance
of Shabbos Lochor.
Shallos Suddos
The Shallos Sudos last week
was donated by Brother Max
Shapiro in observance pf his
Yahrzeit. For this week the donor
will be Mr. Tartacove, a visitor
from Brooklyn.
Memorial Windows
The committee in charge of the
memorial windows is pleased to
announce that a special dedica-
tion service will be held on Sun-
day night, March 22nd when dec-
orative windows will be pre-
sented in the memories of Mr.
Appelbaum, Mr. Bernard Bear,
l Mr. Henry Beirman, Mr. Adel-
1 man, father of Jack and Nathan
I Adelman, and Mr. Elias Herman.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21t Terrace
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on
"Eternal Tribute" this Friday
night. The service begins at 9
sharp, and closes at 10 p. m. Can-
tor Mamches will lead in the
communal singing.
Sabbath Services
Services are held at 7 a. m. for
our Junior Congregation in the
Community Building. Rabbi Mes-
cheloff will preach on the sub-
ject "Priorities" during the morn-
ing service, and will speak on
"The Portion of the Week' at Sha-
losh S'oodoss.
Thirteenth Purim Ball
Our annual Purim Ball will be
held at the Floridian Hotel, Sun-
day, March 8, at 9 p. m. Tickets
are being mailed to members,
and can be purchased at our of-
fice. A two hour Floor show will
be the feature of the evening.
Sisterhood Party
Our Sisterhood will hold a card
party in the lovely patio of the
Victor Hotel Tuesday afternoon,
March 17th.
Mrs. B. H. London, president,
wishes to thank Mrs. F. Rakoff,
Mrs. J. Kreeger, Mrs. J. Morris,
Mrs. A. R. Berow, and the com-
mittee for the remarkable suc-
cess they achieved in so short a
time at the party held last week
at the Elks Club.
P. T. A.
Our P. T. A. is supplying trans-
portation for all the children of
our daily and Sunday Sessions,
and all other Jewish children of
Miami Beach to the United Purim
Entertainment being sponsored
by the Rabbinical Association.
All children must come to our
community building promptly at
9:45 a. m. this Sunday to be as-
sured of transportation. Our
teaching staff will supervise the
children from their arrival to
their return at noon.
Religious School Entertainment
Our annual Purim entertain-
ment will be presented Sunday,
March 8th, at 11 a. m. in our
community building. All parents
are invited. Our P. T. A. will
meet at 10 a. m. the same day.
Included in the program will
be our Glee Club, a number of
school songs, recitations and a
Purim drill. Our Purim play will
be "Up Haman's Sleeve."
Habanoth
Our two Habanoth chapters
will celebrate Purim with a can-
dle light installation ceremony,
two Purim skits, songs and re-
freshments. Habanoth meet reg-
ularly each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m.
Young Judeans and Scouts
Our young Judeans and our
Scout troops are vying with each
other in the collection of maga-
zines and newspapers for de-
fense.
Our Scouts meet Wednesdays
at 7:15 p. m. The Young Judeans
meet Thursdays at 7 p. m.
Women's Home Defense
Our Women's Home Defense
Club meets each Wednesday at 8
p. m. A variety of efforts marks
this group's activities for defense.
Mixrachi Birthday Party
The third birthday of the Mi-
ami Beach Mizrachi will be cele-
brated in our Community Build-
ing Saturday night, March 14th,
with a package party. Your ad-
mission, a package. A good pro-
gram prepared.
Daughters of Israel
A special committee meeting
held Tuesday night has worked
out further plans for the erec-
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Sunday evening, March 1st at
8 p. m. Congregation Gates of
Prayer, 230 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, will hold its dedication
ceremonies and pre-Purim cele-
bration.
A record attendance is expect-
ed and many prominent members
of the local community will par-
ticipate in the occasion. As part
of the program, there will be ad-
dresses, a concert and other in-
teresting features. Refreshments
will be served.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky,
spiritual leader of the congre-
gation announces that services are
being held daily at the congrega-
tion building each morning and
evening. The subject of the ad-
dress by the rabbi Saturday
morning will be "Proper Leader-
ship."
The families of these friends will
be guests of honor at these serv-
ices.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes are continuing
daily and a special class has been
organized for Bar Mitzvah in-
struction. With the coming of the
Spring a new class of beginners
will be formed. "
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emerltua
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1165
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 I^iCiorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1731
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami1! Pioneer Ceogrecatlon)
136 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 1-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone S-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________8:00 a. m.
Evening Services______7:00 p. m.
Saturday morning______ 8:30 a.m.
Sunday morning_______8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily____3:15 to
b.15 p. m.
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to eay. each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, February 27th,
8:15 p. m., Dr. Stephen S. Wise
will speak. Services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man. A reception for worshipers,
in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Wise,
will be given by the Sisterhood
after the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, February
28th, 11 a. m. Congregational
participation, Torah reading and
interpretation of weekly portion
by Rabbi Zwitman.
Sisterhood Notes
An executive board meeting
of the Temple Israel Sisterhood
will be held at the home of Mrs.
J. Gerald Lewis, on Friday, Feb-
ruary 27th.
The regular Board Meeting of
the Sisterhood will take place on
Monday afternoon, at 12:30, pre-
ceding the monthly meeting.
Members of the Board are urged
to attend.
At the Sisterhood meeting of
this month, which is to take place
on Monday, March 2nd, in Kap-
lan Hall, at 2:15 p. m, a most
delightful program will be pre-
sented. Miss Ruth Kendel will
present a series of dramatic in-
terpretations, and Mrs. Alvin
Cassel will address the gathering
on the subject of "Isaac M. Wise"
in commemoration of the birth-
day of the founder of Reform
Judaism in America. Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis will preside, with
Mrs. Max Steuer as program
chairman.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Herman
Tunick, brother of Mr. Samuel
Tunick; Rose Marks, mother of
Dr. M. B. Marks; Rosa Gruner
Wolfson, wife of Mr. Louis Wolf-
son, mother of Mr. Mitchell Wolf-
son and Mrs. Sidney_ Meyer;
Clara Marshall Bronnef, mother
of Mr. Marvin Bronner; Eshell
Bronston, father of Mr. Benjamin
E. Bronston and Mr. Walter E.
Bronston.
Yahrzeits: Nathan Bernstein,
father of Mr. Jack Bernstein;
Elizabeth Sylvia Taradash, wife
of Mr. William Taradash; Don-
ald Williams, son of Mr. Henry
D. Williams and Mrs. Ed Lovitz;
Martin Raff, husband of Mrs.
Rosa Raff, and father of Mr. N.
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15, itabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct the service and Can-
tor Henry Marbein win chant.
Kabbi Shapiro will discuss the
subject, "Can a Minister Sanc-
tion War?"
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately alter the
services arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Klix Hinkes in honor oi their son,
Seymour's birthday.
Shaooos lochor
This Sabbath is known as the
"Sabbath of Kememberance,'' en-
have lortitude and strength in
joining Israel and mankind to
this hour ol crisis jusi as me an-
cient enemy ol civilization. Ama-
lek perished, so too win the mod-
ern enemy ol civilization be de-
stroyed.
Junior Congregational services
will be conducieu at iu:30 a. m.
Purim Celebration
Purim will be usnered in Mon-
day evening, JVlarcn znd, at 7:30
at which time "MegUas tsther"
will be read. Preeoeding the
'Megillah" tne Rabbi win inter-
pret the occasion based on the
theme, "Is It Duferent Today'.'"
Come with your children, 'lues-
day morning Purim services will
begin at 8 a. m.
Purim and Rededication
It is very appropriate to re-
dedicate our newiy redecorated
Talmud Torah auditorium, 'lues-
day evening, Marcn 3rd at 8 p. m.
which marks at the same time
the "Suedas Esther," the "Feast
of Esther." A gala program and
entertainment, card games and
refreshments, particularly Ha-
man-Tashin and Hittler-tashin,
will be the order of the evening.
Brotherhood Group
Brotherhood should be em-
phasized first between members
of one historic group before at-
tempting it between groups. Do
you agree? If yes, join with us to
form a valuable asset to our con-
gregation and community by or-
ganizing a Beth David Brother-
hood Group for cultural and so-
cial purposes. The initial meet-
ing will be announced when sev-
eral indicate their interest by ad-
vising the Rabbi.
Sunday School
A United Purim celebration
will be given for all children of
Greater Miami Sunday Schools
this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
at the Capitol Theatre. A Purim
Marionette show will be enjoyed
as well as refreshments. All stu-
dents of Beth David Sunday
School are cordially invited.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose names are in-
scribed in our Book of Life, and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com-
ing week, will be mentioned from
the pulpit during the services this
Friday night: Merschel, father of
Wm. Freidman; Fruma, mother of
Nathan Markowitz; (Mrs.) Mor-
decai, father of Mrs. Carl Wein-
kle; Shmuel, father of Ben Silver.
In Appreciation
Mrs. Isador Fine, president of
Beth David Sisterhood wishes to
express here sincere gratitude to
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
Douglas Raff and Mr. Bertram
Raff; Joseph Cohen, father of Mr.
Michael Cohen; Clara Michelson,
mother of Mrs. Sidney A. Wein;
Bernard Lasky, father of Mrs.
Nat Roth and Mrs. Samuel Sable;
Harry Baskind, father of Mrs
Benjamin H. Kohl; Etta Rose
Davis, mother of Mr. Louis Davis
Mr. Jacob Davis and Mr. Gordon
Davis.

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1942
PAGE SLX
*Jenisfifloridiain_
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Mrs. Isador Cohen and her en-
tire committee for making this
26th Annual Pre-Purim Bal such
a hueh social and financial suc-
cess, and to all members and
friends who participated in this
gala affair we express our hopes
of having you join with us again
next year.
Red Cross Sewing
We are happy to announce that
our Sisterhood has received rec-
ognition for the excellent work
done by the many members and
friends in our community for the
American Red Cross, by their
sewing and knitting. We invite
all ladies to join us at the lai-
mud Torah every Tuesday and
Thursday so that we may con-
tinue this fine record, and at the
same time do our share for the
defense of our Country.
The grand opera concert star-
ring Cantor and Mrs. H. Marbein
will be held Sunday, March 15th
at 8:30 p. m. at the Temple
Theatre, 417 N. W. 3rd Street.
We urge our members to make
reservations as soon as possible.
EDWARD WARBURG JOINS
ARMY AS BUCK PRIVATE
New York (WNS)Edward M.
M. Warburg, chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee and
a member of the board of the
Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, has joined
the United States Army as a
buck private, it was disclosed
here by Army headquwters. Mr.
Warburg is married and nas
6-month-old son.
The son of the late Felix war
burg, financier and leading phil-
anthropist. Mr Warburg
recent years become amov^
[orce in American Jewish lite.
He is widely recognized as one
of the youngest and ablest leadtrs
in American Jewry W
Without fanfare or advanci
nublicity, the younger Warpurg
Unlisted h'st Thursday morning
Ina was assigned to CompanyB.
518th Military Police Battalion.
Governors Island Army spokes
un. making public .Mr. War-
burg's enlistment said that the
battalion as a uni >s subject to
call to active service.
GREET
N G S
CARL F. LAMBERT
Utility Engineer and
Consultant
810 Biscayne Building
MIAMI. FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
FLORIDA GLASS
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
167 N. E. 29th St. Ph. 3.6965
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Phone 2-9512
H. D. SHEKELS
Service Station
Standard Oil Products
1700 N W. 20th ST.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH
FRIENDS AND PATRONS
SOUTH FLORIDA
LIQUOR
DISTRIBUTORS
INC.
300 South Miami Avenue
Phones 2-22622-3512
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO ALL JEWRY
BERHARD LUNDBERG
Your Patronage Appreciated
BUD'S ATLANTIC
SERVICE STATION
5735 N. E. 2nd Ave.
Ph. 7-6504
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
OEOROIA CLXPEPPER
M VDAUNE CULPEPPBR
Tivoli Beauty Salon Inc.
"FOR THE LADY WHO CARES"
.Open Evenings by Appointment
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Phone 3-2561
......TO Dl
DEATHRAGE AS
11 UNDESIRABLE"
ST.'BBBoO defense project
;1, Norfolk Naval Base. Va., trie
Navv Department ordered nw
^diate dismissal as a person
undesirable to have access to
,h" work of the Navy Depart-
'" Tile statement issued by the
Navv Department read: Alter
an investigation of the activities
of George E. Deathrage, employed
by Doyle & Russell, contractors
on construction work at the na
val operating base, Norfolk, Va.,
the Secretary of the Navy has in-
voked the provisions of Article
27 (c) of the contract, which re-
quires that the contractors shall
discharge from employment and
exclude from (he site 01 the WOTK
any person designated by the
Secretary of the Navy as unde-
sirable to have access to the work
and or materials of the Navy De-
partment."
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
. -, mrwQ) Commander
Haifa wDuff in his address
A former member of the Pal
tin.' Police Commander Dutf
wmsm
KS? heaUs the memory of those
"heroes."
There is no lime like the pre-
sent > buy your Defense Stamps
andf Defense" Bonds to help th s
Army and Navy and thus-KELP
EM "FLYING.
BETH IACOB
CONGREGATION
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
KELLY'S
RESTAURANT
740 5th Street
Phone 5-9957
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BOULEVARD
GROCERY
3023 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 24944
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
I
ROGER W. ARNOLD
221 S. W. 22nd Avenue
MIAMI. FLORIDA
(CONTINUED FROM PAQE 5;
tion of the Daughters of Israel
Women's Club. A very interesting
meeting was held in our Com-
munity Building last Saturday
night. Committee reports were
presented. A number of promin-
ent Rabbis addressed the aud-
ience.
Weinstein-Singer Wedding
A very beautiful wedding is
scheduled to take place in our
Synagogue building this Sunday
at 2 p. m. Miss Charlotte Singer
and Mr. Robert Weinstein will
be joined in marriage by our
Rabbi with the assistance of our
Cantor. An instrumental trio will
play before during and after the
ceremony. Refreshments will be
served to families and friends in
the community building.
War Department
Lt. Col. J. S. Stowell. com-
manding officer of the Air Corps
Officers Candidate School of Mi-
ami Beach has acknowledged with
thanks and posted our offer of
our buildings' facilities to our co-
religionists and all other soldiers
in training on the Beach.
Refuo Shlaymo
We wish a speedy recovery to
our president's wife, Mrs. M. B.
Frank, recuperating at the Jack-
son Memorial Hospital, and to
Master Michael Edward Tessler
recovering at the St. Francis Hos-
pital.
Congratulations to Milton R.
Blum and Miss Ethel Widlus. and
to Leo Pomerance and Miss Hilda
Hauptman, who were married
this week by our Rabbi. God give
them lasting wedded bliss.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
LUCKY FOUR PRODUCTS
BUY MIAMI MADE PRODUCTS
Manufacturers of Mayonnaise. Sal-
ad Dressing. Mustard, Vinegar,
Maple Syrup, BarBQ Sauce.
Ph. 2-3800
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
STEPHENS
RESTAURANT
38 WEST FLAGLER ST.
PHONE 2-7742
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Friends
PHONE 4-3114
For Raw and
Pasteurized
Products
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS
HYGRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CO.
828 N. W. 21st TERRACE PHONE 3-4636
SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS
FIRE SCREENS AND DOOR GRILLES
7100 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 7-3452
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13 S. W. 12th Ave.
Ph. 2-6318
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2308 N. W. 5th Ave.
Ph. 3-5461
GEORGE LANGER
THE SIKHS
W. H. THOMAS DAIRY
901 S. W. 65th Avenue
Not Incorporated
1100 West Flagler Street
Phones: 2-38112-3833
Extends to All His Jewish
Friends and Patrons
BROTHERHOOD
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PHONE 4-5943
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Vents Louvers Stepsand
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2829 BIRD ROAD COCONUT GROVE, FLA.
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PBJDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1942
400REFUGEESARE
NOW SAFE AFTER
FOUR WEEKS USED
New York (WNS)Four hun-
dred refugees from Nazi terror
saw their dream of a happy end-
ing come true this week as they
sailed into New York harbor
aboard the Portuguese liner,
Serpa Pinto, after a four weeks
tourney from Lisbon, which in-
cluded stops at Jamaica, British
JWest Indies and Cuba, where 450
additional passengers were dis-
embarked.
After the. ship had been out to
list was augmented by one, with
the birth of a daughter to Mrs.
Joseph Hertz who named the
baby. Charlotte Serpo Pinto after
the ship on which she had been
born.
According to one of the passen-
gers, Jacques Zwibak, all the
Jewish refugees on board ship had
been interned by the British for
five days at Kingston but had
been treated well.
At least one of the passengers
made his arrival here in a burst of
tears, He was Richard Sperber,
three years old who had been
travelling alone. He had been
separated from his parents since
he was four months old. Forced
to flee from Paris to this country,
his parents had left him in the
care uf relatives. Apparently un-
aware of his arrival, the parents
were not there. He was taken
to the ship by representatives of
the Hebrew Aid Society.
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PAGE SEVEN
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6200 N. W. 32nd Street
FOOD RATIONS FOR JEWS IN
NORWAY NOW CUT IN HALF
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi-
fied Quisling Government of Nor-
way this week introduced a new
schedule of food rations for Jews,
reducing the amount of food that
Jews will receive to about one
half of the amount received by
non-Jews. At the same time,
decrees were issued forbidding
Jews to buy certain foods and
articles of clothing.
Meanwhile, Rev. Sigmund Fey-
ling, Premier Vidkun Quisling's
under-secretary for religious af-
fairs, explained the attitude of
the Nazi-controlled church in
Norway to the Jewish popula-
tion of that country.
"The church will not take the
initiative in enforcing any re-
strictions upon the Jews of Nor-
way, but it is the duty of the
church to respect the anti-Jewish
measures introduced by the gov-
ernment," Rev. Feyling said.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
JACQUES HAERST
"World Famous Pastries Add to
the Success of Your Party." Every-
thing in International Bakery Pro-
ducts.
Telephone 5-17631654 Alton Road
Miami Beach and Hendersonville
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BENJAMIN COHEN
1456 Washington Ave. Ph. 2-6776
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
A. F. GIVEN
PHONE 2-4033
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
113 Shoreland Arcade
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SUNLIGHT
BEAUTY SCHOOL
1011 N. W. 2nd Ave. Ph. 2-9998
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
TO JEWRY
EVERYWHERE
CAPT.
JAMES
E.
SCOTT
6306 N. W. 14th AVE.
ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR
LOCAL DELICATESSEN
Delicious
Salami
This label in-
sures your
health.
U. S. Gov't
inspected
Demand it!
Kosher Zion Sausage Co.
CHICAGO
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS
Call
PEARL BROS.
Sole Distributors .i n
1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE MM1
CANTOR KAPOV-KAGAN
who will appear in a concert Sun-
day, March 8th at the Miami
Beach Jewish Center.
4TH ORCHESTRA CONCERT
WILL TAKE PLACE MARCH 2
The fourth concert of the
fourteenth subscription season of
the University of Miami Sym-
phony Orchestra, under the direc-
tion of John Bitter, will take
place on March 2 at Miami Senior
High School. Ruth Posselt viol-
inist, will appear as soloist.
EL COMODORO EVENT TO BE
FEATURE AT BISCAYNE OVAL
The El Comodore greyhound
race, tenth of the Biscayne dog
track's title events for the sea-
son will be run Saturday night.
It will be twelfth on the pro-
gram and a test over the gruell-
ing 605 yard Biscayne course dis-
tance.
Race fans are eagerly looking
forward to the running of the
All Florida Championship at Bis-
cayne which will be the greatest
dog race of the year. In this
classic which is open to any grey-
hound running at any track in the
state, the final test will present
the ace dogs of the South in a
spectacular distance race for an
added purse and the title of Flori-
da champion.
The eliminations for this big
race will be run at night during
the regular races at Biscayne in
order that the fans may get a
look at the dogs that make the
grade. Greyhounds from Jack-
sonville, Tampa and St. Peters-
burg, West Palm Beach and the
four tracks in South Florida arc
expected to compete.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DIRR
SAUSAGE
COMPANY
1177 N. W. 81st St.
Ph. 7-1811
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To Our Many Jewish Patron.
and Friend.
DOLLY DIMPLE
DELICATESSEN
503 N. W. 7th Avenu.
PHONE 2-7901
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
BENSON'S
SERVICE STATION
276 N. W. 5th St.
Ph. 2-9985
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ATLANTIC LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
233 N. W. 9th St Ph. 2-1561
VICHY DEPRIVES JEWS OF
RIGHTS GRANTED IN 1870
Lisbon (WNS)The full anti-
Jewish laws promulgated by the
Marshal Petain regime in Vichy
were applied to the Jewish popu-
lation of Algeria this week, de-
priving the Jews of Algeria of
equal rights granted to them in
1870.
At the same time, the Vichy
Government ordered all Jews in
Algeria to join the recently es-
tablished Jewish General Union
for Algeria, which is controlled
and directed by Vichy authorit-
ies. The Jewish General Union
will act as the liason between
the Government and the Jewish
population on ail official matters.
New York (WNS)Disclosing
that defense manufacturers, em-
ployment agencies and defense
training schools discriminate
against the employment of Jews
despite a pressing need for the
utilization of all available men,
Rabbi J. X. Cohen submitted a
documented report to the Fair
Employment Practice Committee
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
Phone 2-4735Nite Phone 3-5117
JERRY & MACK
2029 N. W. 2nd AVE.
Radiators Cleaned, Repaired,
Recored and Exchanged
Pick Up and Delivery
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
DOLPHIN HOTEL
937 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-5541
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
WALTER A.
FREDERICK'S
MARKET
680 N. W. 62nd Street
PHONE 7-2377
appeal
to allow food be
shipped to jews
London (WNS)A stirring ap-
peal to the British Government
to sanction shipments of food to
starving Jews in the Polish
ghettos, under arrangements si-
milar to those by which food was
shipped recently to Greece, was
made at the regular meeting this
week of the Board of Deputies
of British Jews.
H. A. Goodman, leader of the
British Agudas Israel, urged the
Board to approach the British
Government immediately with
the proposal. He pointed out,
that according to latest informa-
tion received by the Polish-Gov-
ernment-in-exile, more than 165,-
000 Jews died in Poland during
1941.
Warning that this figure would
be trebled in 1942 unless the
starving Jews received some aid,
Mr. Goodman disclosed that the
death rate for Jews in Poland
has reached 151 per thousands
and is continuing to climb stead-
ily. Unless this trend is immed-
iately checked, Mr. Goodman
said, about 543,000 Jews will die
in Poland in 1942.
The Agudas Israel spokesman
expressed the belief that the Bri-
tish Government would react
sympathetically to the plea for
food packages to Jews in the
ghettos. Prof. Selig Brodetsky,
president of the Board, gave as-
surances that the matter would
be taken up as soon as possible
with British authorities.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
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PUROL PRODUCTS
DADE SERVICE
STATIONS
1750 Alton Road, Miami Beach
Phone 5-9340
1198 N. W. 22nd St., Miami. Fla.
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
ART CEMENT
Manufacturing Co.
3180 S. W. 16th St
Ph. 4-0853
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N. E. 1st Street and 1st Avenue
"R E D" A D A M S
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Cadillac and Packard Sedans
Cars tor All Occasons
By Trip, Hour, Day, Week, Month
OFFICE PHONE 2-9920
HOME PHONE 7-3861
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PHONE 2-2462
We Call for and Deliver Orders
172 N. W. 1st Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
To My Many Jewish Friends
and Patrons
H. C. Wilcox Garage
Ph. 3-9166
2901 N. W. 2nd Ave.
BEST WISHES TO OUR MANY
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N. A. WHITTENBURG
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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27,
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
The next business meeting of
Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will
be held at the Elks Club on Al-
ton Road, Miami Beach. We un-
derstand that the Elks Club has
been kind enough to allow us
their facilities for the next sev-
eral meetings.
Our officers and members are
very appreciative of this fine co-
operation.
At our next business meeting
we will have the pleasure of
hearing Brother Rosenbloom.
President of District No. 5. Our
guest speaker will no doubt bring
you an inspiring message and
we urge that every member plan
to attend.
Have you a suggestion for rais-
ing money for a worthwhile
cause? Our officers are searching
the horizon in an attempt to
figure out some project which
will take the place of the defunct
William Shirer affair in order to
meet our pledge to the Crippled
Children's Hospital.
President Bernie Roth has ask-
ed each Brother to consider some
project or some sort of enter-
tainment that will help us raise
the money necessary- to fulfill
our pledge. Considering the gen-
iuses in our midst, a lot of worth-
while suggestions should be
forthcoming at our next meet-
ing. One or two Brothers have
suggested that we sponsor a
dance, featuring Abe Lyman's or-
chestra. This is just one sugges-
tion, perhaps you have a better
one. Please give this some thought
and let us hear from you at the
next meeting.
Brother Maurice Cromer an-
nounces that A. Z. A.-Hillel dance
will be held during the month
of March. Details as to place, fees,
etc. wil be announced later.
Our Victory book campaign has
just started off. with a big bang.
Members are urged to bring
books which they wish to give,
to our next meeting where they
will be collected and distributed
in Army camps throughout the
country. If you have any books
which you have finished reading
and which you think some boy
in some camp far away will en-
joy reading, please bring these
to our next meeting where they
will be collected by the Victory
Book Committee.
Brother Harold Turk reports
that although our membership
campaign is shaping up nicely.
there are still numbers of eligi-
ble members who have not yet
been approached. He urges that
every member bring at least one
new member to our next meet-
ing. Certainly each of us has at
least one friend that he can bring
in as a new member.
Do not depend on just a hand-
ful of men to run our organiza-
tion, you too can do your part
by participating in this member-
ship drive and at least bring in
one new man.
We hear from Brother Al Pollot
of the Entertainment Committee
that they are planning a stag
smoker some time the end ot
March. As soon as final details
are arranged, Brother Pallot has
promised to let everyone know
about this affair. With the en-
tertainment Al has in mind this
should be an affair no one can
afford to miss.
Here is some good news. We
understand from Brother Carl
Weinkel that over $20,000 have
already been reported in Defense
Bond sales. However, this is still
a good distance from our goal
of $100,000. You have read in the
newspapers and magazines and
heard over the radio, the daily
need for the purchase of these
bonds. There is nothing we can
say except to reiterate the urg-
ency of your purchasing bonds
until it hurts.
Whenever you purchase bonds,
please call Carl Weinkle and ad-
vise him the amount purchased
so that B'nai B'rith will obtain
credit for same. Every dollar is
an investment in America and
Democracy.
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the basic freedoms, a fight to en-
able all men to live in peace.
This war is a struggle to save
the United States which will
ver be able to live in a world
enslaved by Germany This
war is an effort to keep us from
becoming just another vassal
state of Hitler's Reich ... If that
kind of battle for justice is a
Jew war," then we are proud
to have it called thus.
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Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
finger bitten there by a gin-dizzy
blonde who had come to this
Jewish rendezvous to vent her
anti-Semitic feelings The hero
of the ensuing free-for-all. by
the way. was I. Cashier, long a
star of the Yiddish stage, who
wields a mean fist Barum
Lumet, featured player in the
Nu-Theater presentation of
"Three Steps Down.'' is the fath-
er of Sidney Lumet. the boy ac-
tor who has been going places
for quite some time now .
Francis Lederer of the movies
may be returning to Broadway
in a Sacha Guitry play Cin-
cinnati papers please copy: Libby
Holman. Broadway's original
torch singer, is coming back
again, this time with a collection
of old American Negro folk songs,
which she will sing to the ac-
companiment of a guitar played
by a South Carolina Negro named
Joshua White She's starting
out in a night club, but hopes to
bring these little-known songs to
radio audiences before long.
ABOUT PEOPLE
The Sperry Gyroscope Com-
pany, where the FBI occasionally
discovers a fifth columnist, but
where, it is said, a Jew can't get
a job very easily, numbers at
least one well-known Jew among
its alumni We mean Hirsch
Jacobs, the famous race-horse
trainer, who had a job with the
Sperry people before he found
his real vocation Mine. Max-
im Litvinov. wife of the Soviet
Ambassador to Washington,
scored quite a triumph at her
first official reception, when the
Episcopal Chaplain of the U. S.
Senate dropped in to enjoy Com-
munist hositality Now they're
saying that Georgie Jessel, who
already is one of the theatrical
world's busiest figures, may take
on another job. that of Broadway
reporter for PM. New York's aft-
ernoon tabloid The lightest
soldier in the A. E. F. in the first
world war. reveals Bob Ripley,
was Private Archie Tischler. who
tipped the scales at just 102
pounds.
Battle For Justice
Of what will they accusr us
next' Believe it or not. in
case you haven't heard the latest
wrinkle in Nazi propaganda, al-
ready being repeated in (ot all
places!) army and navy camps,
public streets and even the all
raid filter center in several com-
munities: "It's a Jew war .
The corollary of that accusa-
tion is that the Jew is letting the
Christian fight for him .No-
body has been telling those
rumor and lie mongerers that of
the first 75 Distinguished Flying
Crosses awarded in the current
war, six were won by Jewish
soldiers and that one of them
was Colin Kelly. Jr.'s bombar-
dier, Meyer Levin of Brooklyn.
That it's "a Jew war" is com-
mon talk at a large. New York
naval air station among sailors
... At an air raid filter center
in a large Florida community, one
woman, asking how it was there
.weren't more Jewish women
there, remarked: "After all, it's
a Jew war. you know ..."
And then there was the garage
operator who got his phoney
statistics (?) from some source
still undisclosed that only two
per cent of the Jews available for
army duty were serving where-
as 46 percent of available gen-
tiles were in the army.
All of which is pure rot de-
signed to serve only one pur-
posethat of demoralizing Amer-
ica's war effort ... If it con-
tinues, it may succeed in creating
another smoke-screen for Hitler
to cover his real program .
Whether non-Jews realize it or
not, they are destined to suffer
as greatly under Hitler as did
the Jews and non-Jews of Ger-
. many.
| Why don't these unwitting
spreaders of Nazi poison look at
; Poland. Czecho-Slovakia, Jugo-
; slavia, Norway, France, Den-
I mark, Holland and Belgium to
see how well the non-Jew who
i is not a German Nazi fares under
| Hitler's heil? Why don't they
I read Mein Kampf to learn just
what Hitler plans for them and
how Hitler's propaganda works''
This war is not a defense of
the Jew This war is a fight
against all the barbarism that
Hitler upholds, a fight to save
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1942 KING'S..^^ KOMMENTS HS^ The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian They sure bluffed their way Tried to make all say That their word was law Their judgment—without flaw Too much for granted took Their members desires forsook A mistake that is made Its intention can be weighed But with arrogance in their crew Its intention easily foresaw A lesson they should have learned And to their good work returned. *Jewisti noradHain BETH DAVID SISTERHOOD IN GRAND OPERA CONCERT PAGE THREE A grand opera concert given under the auspices of the Beth David Sisterhood, will be held at the Temple Theatre, 471 N. W. 3rd Street, Sunday evening, March 15th at 8:30 p. m. Part of jne proceeds will benefit the Dade County Blood Bank. Scenes, anas and duets from the operas, Aida, Lucia, Barber of Seville, A L. L. (local leader) had to conduct a one-man drive in the community's interest himself last week, because two cohorts became too occupied with other things to back him up. King hears one Doubting Thomas who refused to accept responsibility for statements without a personal investigation—and found himself justified—to someone's chagrin. Several meetings have been held recently—about who is going to lasso the cowboy who according to reports—not confidential—has been running away with himself. Up to date they have not been able to get enough rope. The refugee class, as predicted by King, will continue according to current rumors under the old set-up. The sponsorship. King presumes, will be the same. With a big-wig moving his headquarters the pressure for removal of one of the boys seems to have lifted quite a bit —although this is an annual occurrence. Control of the local shochtim set up has always been a bad pill with no one person, party, parties or organization seeming to get far with it—At the present .one bad boy seems to have them baffled—even going into price cutting to monopolize the field. Rio de Janeiro (WNS)—Stefan Zweig, world-famous Austrian Jewish author, and his young wife refugees from Hitlerism, committed suicide by poison at their home near Petropolis, Brazilian Summer capital. Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps today so that your country be able to give her fighting men the war materials they need. KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS Compare Our Poultry and Prices — at SPRINGER POULTRY & EGG CO. 317 N. W. Fifth Street Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 2-3508 Rigoletto, Lakmc, LaTraviata, Carmen, LaJuive and conceit numbers will be presented. The two opera stars, formerly with the Metropolitan and LaScala Opera Houses, will be H. Marbiny-Marbein, tenor, and Stella Marbiny, Mada the of Tetrazzini's opera costumes will appear in them. The tickets are $1.65, $1.10 and Stressing that the strength of American democracy rests on the coloratura soprano genuine practice of Brotherhood, in war as in peace this art* Btin* ame Marbiny, a protege of poster was selected for the ninth annual observance of Broth, rhood T^L^ES? !" and P s f essor Wc F k ,February 15-22. by the National Conference O C S A Local Jewish Institution Meeting a Jewish Need GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 Orthodox and Reform Rituals Observed A Service to Meet Every Financial Circumstance! and Jews. WARNING! This Is Your Last OPPORTUNITY To lluv TE** Onlv REFRI ATOR l>AIH: FEIM'KAL 9 OF MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 J. M. LIPTON, President • for Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation H. MARBINY-MARBEIN 85c and may be purchased in Miami at Red Cross Drug Dept. Store, Kodak Counter, Beth David Congregation, 21473, 38172; Palmer's Shoe Store, 30 N. E. 1st Street, John Turner, Inc., 1417 [ Biscayne Blvd.; in Miami Beach at Miami Beach Radio Co.. 1219 Lincoln Road, Radio Center, 1423 Washington Ave., and in Coral Gables at Sam's Service Station, 200 Coral Way. All seats are reserved and immediate reservations are urged. Thai H'iEI Irfuolly LAST! The Servel Gas Refrigerator has no moving parts to replace or to wear out WANTED Elderly Jewish woman or couple for companion. For further information see H. M. DREWICH 6 S. W. 2ND AVE. MIAMI BEST WISHES To OOB MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS Nite Owl Barbecue 3193 S. W. 27th Ave. Ph. 4-9111 We Can Make Delivery Today Sizes for every need limited stock necessitates your acting NOW Convenient terms %  "'"run Ft liHtrlali mill it,(i BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LIBERTY HOTEL 269 N. E. 4th STREET PHONE 3-0S25 Don't forget to have a share in the democratic way of hie. buy Defense Bonds and own a share in freedom! NOW LOCATED AND OPEN FOR BUSINESS at 2011 Southwest 8th Street on the Trail In our new and modern sanitary market IRVING PHONE 3-2297 DAVE Miami Kosher Market


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^nBB^^^BHK^^^S^BBKHBBKBS^H^BSHlll^fl PAGE TWO fj^istfkri^r FRIDAY. FEBRUAR Y 27, i 942 Social Personals • • C/M&S • • Organizations PERSONALS Cantor Joseph Malek to a ti : :t at Ja.-ltson Memorial HosI .. ing from a recent ill• • • k '.r., U irrij Ritas .-: %  i.-i L:!a oi Chicag • are %  • Mr and Mrs Max F... • • • Mrs Leon cuperatins Iron a i :; M< moria Hos p %  • • • Bi %  • %  %  •' % %  %  •'• %  i I .,' % %  %  %  i H %  • • • B S .... son. Sid : %  %  : %  isitng % %  ith hei i ai Mrs Nat PriUkei several wei ks • • • Mrs %  M la. fi this ...-.: .:.' g several ks at th< Davis Hot • • • • and Mrs J W S Mn • % %  • : R ... • • • Mr 1 to N tj Hotel M:• • • '' rai : 10th at i iv ing Park %  • • • rld%  %  : turer. was AMVS', ght .' ire form 1 at t H • ins Miami Beach 1 ... nesday : :• : Th | ll • • %  ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS %  ... % % %  A lunch* n to. tlu benei and % % %  Cl Pas 10:41 • • • ,., rim ration i S sored by 1 I rg • through Mai Lad.Auxiliary, Miami JewCongregation wW gala Punm fesmal at ralmud Torah building. 1545 Street Sunday March • 3 30 p m. Cards, man jongg ingo will be featured. ReMrs. M. KupMrs A Mintzer are ffair Pro• the Talmud Fund oi the organization. MRS DAVID DESOLA POOL BIRTHS i w nen's Organi'.: B Mian i. Selec• • • • %  assies jj v'ici presented. A is f Mi • %  their firsl ': ianisi Miss Rut Brotmai ratura soprai HIAS %  I Invocai Mr. and Mrs. Phi! Weiner an nounce the birth of their daueh ter. Marilyn. Wednesday Feb ruary 18th at Jackson M e m oria j Hospital. Mrs. Weiner is the former Evelyn Jacobs, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Morris Jacobs. The B'nai B'nth activity was in consonance with the Purim custom of giving alms to the poor a tradition traceable to the ad; monition in the Book of Esther 1 that Jews should send "portions one to another and gifts to the poor." .: • • • Brai '. %  Allianci %  -• : "•• Mn Clai Stean • th( Pan-A : L( _. %  gui • KJjOVST BROS R>!r J^ Is the OEST' Gartenberg & Schechter's PARK CENTRAL HOTEL St;• %  >• K:s-fD -3 ROMII Cattrinfl to the Ge-e-a' P„Diic DAVER SERVED ;..P M tc 7 N P. v • • -. %  Pi • .:e Far.;%  '. %  • V. ivh. W tRB CAMERAS. BTBEBT Myles Bell A! Bemie Emile Boreo Capella & Patricia Del Casino Jerry Cooper Cross & Dunn Diamond Bros. Frances Faye Dr. Giovanni Guiii Guili "Dean Murphy Program Will Include the Following Radio, Stage and Screen Stars: Patricia Hall Dan Healey Hermanos-Willicnns Trio Jerry & Turk Bee Kalmus Helen Kane Carol King Jerry Kruger Mayla Jackie Myles Senor Wence* Jane Froman Owen & Parker Helen Reynolds Girls Tubby Rivers Sextette Dancers Stuart Morgan Dancers Three Guesses Three Heal Waves Sid Tamack and the Reis Brothers Carol Vance Billy Vine „ Harry Reeser 4 Orchestra auspices of SHE Iff If mm BfflCH L00G€ Of ELKS MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW PHONES: 2-1156 9-1520 5-6246 3-4012 Sanctioned by Theater Authority. Inc. I ill



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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1942 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION, RABBI 1536 Jefferion Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday evening at 8 oclock Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on the subject, "Remember Pearl Harbor and Amalek." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the Jewish Center Choir, assisted by Miss Edith Freeman. Sunset services will be held at 6:30. On Saturday morning at 16 o'clock Dr. Bension will preach on The Scriptural Lesson. Children's kiddush reception will be hold immediately after the services. Thanks Mrs. Anna Eisenberg We acknowledge with thanks the generous pledge of $1,000 by Mrs. Anna Eisenberg in memory of her husband. May she and her family be rewarded with life and health and find comfort and consolation in developing their former home into the spiritual, cultural and educational Center of the entire Jewish community. May God endow them with wisdom and understanding the nobility of mind and generosity of spirit to make the Miami Beach Jewish Center the "Ner Tomid," the eternal light to keep alive the memory of Jacob M. Eisenberg and to win merit and esteem for his name and the Jewish community generally. Remember the Concert The renowned Cantor KapovKagan, of New York City will officiate at our Sabbath services at the Center Synagogue on Saturday morning, March 7th and will also render a sacred concert at the Center on Sunday evening, March 8th. Admission cards should be secured at our office now. Cantor Kagan is one of the outstanding pulpit artists and concertists. Purim Entertainment The Purim entertainment of the religious school will present a very fine operetta, puppet show and entertainment this Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Stephen S. Wise Addressed Jewish Center At the invitation of Mr. Harry Sirkin, the distinguished American Jewish leader, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise delivered an inspiring address at the National Brotherhood Sabbath Services last Friday night at the Center. Dr. Wise was introduced by Rabbi Bension. On the invitation of Mr. Alex Sussman, Mr. Arthur LeVine, president of The University Heights Jewish Center and of The Beth David Hospital, The j 0nx occupied the pulpit and addressed the congregation on the same occasion. A record breaking attendance greeted our distinguished guests. The services were sponsored by The Men's Club of our Center. f rankel Dinner a Huge Success The testimonial dinner in honor of our president, Mr. Mayer H. jrankel, was a huge success. M any hundreds attended and greatly enjoyed the dinner and dancing. Dr. Samuel Bension eulogized Mr. Frankel and Mr. Abraham H. Klubock of New York presented him with a beautiful plaque on behalf of the Center. Mr. Leo Robbinson presided and Mrs. Helen Schoenfeld presented a check for $500 on behalf oi the Sisterhood. A surprise Ruest was the famous creator of superman" comic strip who donated $100 to the Center. Rabbi spitz gave the invocation and ^antor Lengyel chanted grace, congratulations to the Bermans M ^on Eratulations to Mr. and Mrs. yman Berman on their marriage as J Sunday. Dr. Bension officiated. Mazzel tov and along and nappy wedded life. +Jewish fkrkHan PAGE FIVE TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Annual Sisterhood Sabbath service, this Friday at 8 p. m., with the service read by Sisterhood officers and the sermon given by Mrs. S. H. Baron. Religious School, Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club, Sunday at 10:30 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, March 12, with Smorgasbord from 7 to 9 p. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace I'hone 3-5192 510 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv 6 :00 p. m. Saturday 9:00 a. m. Pro Patria Of the many boys who were recently called to the colors we bring greetings from Harry Bear, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear of 1717 S. W. 9th Street, who was recently called to Camp Blanding and who sends fond greetings to all the friends in the congregation. Annual Ball The Eleventh Annual Ball of the congregation will take place on Monday night, March 16 at 9 p. m. in the Grand Ballroom of the Miami Woman's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. A fine committee of men and women has been named to arrange for a splendid evening with an unusually fine program of entertainment. Purim Programs The Sunday School will join with the rest of the Schools in the area in a splendid demonstration of unity in the joint Purim Festival to be staged on Sunday morning next at the Capitol Theatre, N. Miami Avenue and 3rd Street. We hope that all of our children will take full advantage of this unusually fine opportunity. Megillah Readings The reading of the Megillah will take place on Monday night, March 2nd at 7:30 p. m. and on Tuesday morning at 8:30 a. m. A cordial welcome is extended to all to come and participate in these Purim services and thereby demonstrate our faith in the ultimate victory of truth and justice. Sabbath Sermons On Saturday morning before Mussaph service Rabbi Kellner will preach on "Thou Must Remember" and in the afternoon at 5:30 p. m. the rabbi will continue his exposition of Midrashic themes in a Yiddish droshe in conjunction with the observance of Shabbos Lochor. Shallos Suddos The Shallos Sudos last week was donated by Brother Max Shapiro in observance pf his Yahrzeit. For this week the donor will be Mr. Tartacove, a visitor from Brooklyn. Memorial Windows The committee in charge of the memorial windows is pleased to announce that a special dedication service will be held on Sunday night, March 22nd when decorative windows will be presented in the memories of Mr. Appelbaum, Mr. Bernard Bear, l Mr. Henry Beirman, Mr. Adel1 man, father of Jack and Nathan I Adelman, and Mr. Elias Herman. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE3. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21t Terrace CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Friday Night Forum Rabbi Mescheloff will speak on "Eternal Tribute" this Friday night. The service begins at 9 sharp, and closes at 10 p. m. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Sabbath Services Services are held at 7 a. m. for our Junior Congregation in the Community Building. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach on the subject "Priorities" during the morning service, and will speak on "The Portion of the Week' at Shalosh S'oodoss. Thirteenth Purim Ball Our annual Purim Ball will be held at the Floridian Hotel, Sunday, March 8, at 9 p. m. Tickets are being mailed to members, and can be purchased at our office. A two hour Floor show will be the feature of the evening. Sisterhood Party Our Sisterhood will hold a card party in the lovely patio of the Victor Hotel Tuesday afternoon, March 17th. Mrs. B. H. London, president, wishes to thank Mrs. F. Rakoff, Mrs. J. Kreeger, Mrs. J. Morris, Mrs. A. R. Berow, and the committee for the remarkable success they achieved in so short a time at the party held last week at the Elks Club. P. T. A. Our P. T. A. is supplying transportation for all the children of our daily and Sunday Sessions, and all other Jewish children of Miami Beach to the United Purim Entertainment being sponsored by the Rabbinical Association. All children must come to our community building promptly at 9:45 a. m. this Sunday to be assured of transportation. Our teaching staff will supervise the children from their arrival to their return at noon. Religious School Entertainment Our annual Purim entertainment will be presented Sunday, March 8th, at 11 a. m. in our community building. All parents are invited. Our P. T. A. will meet at 10 a. m. the same day. Included in the program will be our Glee Club, a number of school songs, recitations and a Purim drill. Our Purim play will be "Up Haman's Sleeve." Habanoth Our two Habanoth chapters will celebrate Purim with a candle light installation ceremony, two Purim skits, songs and refreshments. Habanoth meet regularly each Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Young Judeans and Scouts Our young Judeans and our Scout troops are vying with each other in the collection of magazines and newspapers for defense. Our Scouts meet Wednesdays at 7:15 p. m. The Young Judeans meet Thursdays at 7 p. m. Women's Home Defense Our Women's Home Defense Club meets each Wednesday at 8 p. m. A variety of efforts marks this group's activities for defense. Mixrachi Birthday Party The third birthday of the Miami Beach Mizrachi will be celebrated in our Community Building Saturday night, March 14th, with a package party. Your admission, a package. A good program prepared. Daughters of Israel A special committee meeting held Tuesday night has worked out further plans for the erec(CONTINUED ON PAOE •) Sunday evening, March 1st at 8 p. m. Congregation Gates of Prayer, 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, will hold its dedication ceremonies and pre-Purim celebration. A record attendance is expected and many prominent members of the local community will participate in the occasion. As part of the program, there will be addresses, a concert and other interesting features. Refreshments will be served. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation announces that services are being held daily at the congregation building each morning and evening. The subject of the address by the rabbi Saturday morning will be "Proper Leadership." The families of these friends will be guests of honor at these services. Talmud Torah Regular classes are continuing daily and a special class has been organized for Bar Mitzvah instruction. With the coming of the Spring a new class of beginners will be formed. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emerltua 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1165 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 I^iCiorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1731 CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami 1 Pioneer Ceogrecatlon) 136 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 1-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone S-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. Evening Services 7:00 p. m. Saturday morning 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning 8 :00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to b.15 p. m. Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matters concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to eay. each matter will be held in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, February 27th, 8:15 p. m., Dr. Stephen S. Wise will speak. Services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. A reception for worshipers, in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Wise, will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, February 28th, 11 a. m. Congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of weekly portion by Rabbi Zwitman. Sisterhood Notes An executive board meeting of the Temple Israel Sisterhood will be held at the home of Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, on Friday, February 27th. The regular Board Meeting of the Sisterhood will take place on Monday afternoon, at 12:30, preceding the monthly meeting. Members of the Board are urged to attend. At the Sisterhood meeting of this month, which is to take place on Monday, March 2nd, in Kaplan Hall, at 2:15 p. m, a most delightful program will be presented. Miss Ruth Kendel will present a series of dramatic interpretations, and Mrs. Alvin Cassel will address the gathering on the subject of "Isaac M. Wise" in commemoration of the birthday of the founder of Reform Judaism in America. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will preside, with Mrs. Max Steuer as program chairman. In Memoriam May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Herman Tunick, brother of Mr. Samuel Tunick; Rose Marks, mother of Dr. M. B. Marks; Rosa Gruner Wolfson, wife of Mr. Louis Wolfson, mother of Mr. Mitchell Wolfson and Mrs. Sidney_ Meyer; Clara Marshall Bronnef, mother of Mr. Marvin Bronner; Eshell Bronston, father of Mr. Benjamin E. Bronston and Mr. Walter E. Bronston. Yahrzeits: Nathan Bernstein, father of Mr. Jack Bernstein; Elizabeth Sylvia Taradash, wife of Mr. William Taradash; Donald Williams, son of Mr. Henry D. Williams and Mrs. Ed Lovitz; Martin Raff, husband of Mrs. Rosa Raff, and father of Mr. N. Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15, itabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the service and Cantor Henry Marbein win chant. Kabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject, "Can a Minister Sanction War?" An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately alter the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Klix Hinkes in honor oi their son, Seymour's birthday. Shaooos lochor This Sabbath is known as the "Sabbath of Kememberance,'' enhave lortitude and strength in joining Israel and mankind to this hour ol crisis jusi as me ancient enemy ol civilization. Amalek perished, so too win the modern enemy ol civilization be destroyed. Junior Congregational services will be conducieu at iu:30 a. m. Purim Celebration Purim will be usnered in Monday evening, JVlarcn znd, at 7:30 at which time "MegUas tsther" will be read. Preeoeding the '•Megillah" tne Rabbi win interpret the occasion based on the theme, "Is It Duferent Today'.'" Come with your children, 'luesday morning Purim services will begin at 8 a. m. Purim and Rededication It is very appropriate to rededicate our newiy redecorated Talmud Torah auditorium, 'luesday evening, Marcn 3rd at 8 p. m. which marks at the same time the "Suedas Esther," the "Feast of Esther." A gala program and entertainment, card games and refreshments, particularly Haman-Tashin and Hittler-tashin, will be the order of the evening. Brotherhood Group Brotherhood should be emphasized first between members of one historic group before attempting it between groups. Do you agree? If yes, join with us to form a valuable asset to our congregation and community by organizing a Beth David Brotherhood Group for cultural and social purposes. The initial meeting will be announced when several indicate their interest by advising the Rabbi. Sunday School A United Purim celebration will be given for all children of Greater Miami Sunday Schools this Sunday morning at 10 o'clock at the Capitol Theatre. A Purim Marionette show will be enjoyed as well as refreshments. All students of Beth David Sunday School are cordially invited. 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 services this Friday night: Merschel, father of Wm. Freidman; Fruma, mother of Nathan Markowitz; (Mrs.) Mordecai, father of Mrs. Carl Weinkle; Shmuel, father of Ben Silver. In Appreciation Mrs. Isador Fine, president of Beth David Sisterhood wishes to express here sincere gratitude to (CONTINUED ON PAGE 6) Douglas Raff and Mr. Bertram Raff; Joseph Cohen, father of Mr. Michael Cohen; Clara Michelson, mother of Mrs. Sidney A. Wein; Bernard Lasky, father of Mrs. Nat Roth and Mrs. Samuel Sable; Harry Baskind, father of Mrs Benjamin H. Kohl; Etta Rose Davis, mother of Mr. Louis Davis Mr. Jacob Davis and Mr. Gordon Davis. I



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PBJDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1942 400REFUGEESARE NOW SAFE AFTER FOUR WEEKS USED New York (WNS)—Four hundred refugees from Nazi terror sa w their dream of a happy ending come true this week as they sailed into New York harbor aboard the Portuguese liner, Serpa Pinto, after a four weeks tourney from Lisbon, which included stops at Jamaica, British JWest Indies and Cuba, where 450 additional passengers were disembarked. After the. ship had been out to

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PAGE EIGHT ^Jewistncridiain^ FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 27, B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN The next business meeting of Sholem Lodge. B'nai B'rith. will be held at the Elks Club on Alton Road, Miami Beach. We understand that the Elks Club has been kind enough to allow us their facilities for the next several meetings. Our officers and members are very appreciative of this fine cooperation. At our next business meeting we will have the pleasure of hearing Brother Rosenbloom. President of District No. 5. Our guest speaker will no doubt bring you an inspiring message and we urge that every member plan to attend. Have you a suggestion for raising money for a worthwhile cause? Our officers are searching the horizon in an attempt to figure out some project which will take the place of the defunct William Shirer affair in order to meet our pledge to the Crippled Children's Hospital. President Bernie Roth has asked each Brother to consider some project or some sort of entertainment that will help us raise the money necessary to fulfill our pledge. Considering the geniuses in our midst, a lot of worthwhile suggestions should be forthcoming at our next meeting. One or two Brothers have suggested that we sponsor a dance, featuring Abe Lyman's orchestra. This is just one suggestion, perhaps you have a better one. Please give this some thought and let us hear from you at the next meeting. Brother Maurice Cromer announces that A. Z. A.-Hillel dance will be held during the month of March. Details as to place, fees, etc. wil be announced later. Our Victory book campaign has just started off. with a big bang. Members are urged to bring books which they wish to give, to our next meeting where they will be collected and distributed in Army camps throughout the country. If you have any books which you have finished reading and which you think some boy in some camp far away will enjoy reading, please bring these to our next meeting where they will be collected by the Victory Book Committee. Brother Harold Turk reports that although our membership campaign is shaping up nicely. there are still numbers of eligible members who have not yet been approached. He urges that every member bring at least one new member to our next meeting. Certainly each of us has at least one friend that he can bring in as a new member. Do not depend on just a handful of men to run our organization, you too can do your part by participating in this membership drive and at least bring in one new man. „ We hear from Brother Al Pollot of the Entertainment Committee that they are planning a stag smoker some time the end ot March. As soon as final details are arranged, Brother Pallot has promised to let everyone know about this affair. With the entertainment Al has in mind this should be an affair no one can afford to miss. Here is some good news. We understand from Brother Carl Weinkel that over $20,000 have already been reported in Defense Bond sales. However, this is still a good distance from our goal of $100,000. You have read in the newspapers and magazines and heard over the radio, the daily need for the purchase of these bonds. There is nothing we can say except to reiterate the urgency of your purchasing bonds until it hurts. Whenever you purchase bonds, please call Carl Weinkle and advise him the amount purchased so that B'nai B'rith will obtain credit for same. Every dollar is an investment in America and Democracy. TWO A.M. AND NOT NERVINE TABLET IN THE HOUSE Si Do You Lie Awake Nights? M ILLIONS do. The worst of it is, you never know when a sleepless night is coming. Why not be prepared? DR. MILES Effervetcant Nervine Tablets help to quiet the nerves and permit refreshing sleep. Stop in at the drug store today and get a package. Try Dr. Miles Nervine Tablets for Nervousness, Sleeplessness due to Nervousness, Nervous Headache, Excitability, Nervous Irritability. Small Faekafe 35* Laxfe Package 7S* fall dlrrr(l.n> la packace. NERVINE TABLETS FROM THE SWIVEL HAIR the basic freedoms, a fight to enable all men to live in peace. This war is a struggle to save the United States which will £ver be able to live in a world enslaved by Germany This war is an effort to keep us from becoming just another vassal state of Hitler's Reich ... If that kind of battle for justice is a •Jew war," then we are proud to have it called thus. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) finger bitten there by a gin-dizzy blonde who had come to this Jewish rendezvous to vent her anti-Semitic feelings The hero of the ensuing free-for-all. by the way. was I. Cashier, long a star of the Yiddish stage, who wields a mean fist Barum Lumet, featured player in the Nu-Theater presentation of "Three Steps Down.'' is the father of Sidney Lumet. the boy actor who has been going places for quite some time now Francis Lederer of the movies may be returning to Broadway in a Sacha Guitry play Cincinnati papers please copy: Libby Holman. Broadway's original torch singer, is coming back again, this time with a collection of old American Negro folk songs, which she will sing to the accompaniment of a guitar played by a South Carolina Negro named Joshua White She's starting out in a night club, but hopes to bring these little-known songs to radio audiences before long. ABOUT PEOPLE The Sperry Gyroscope Company, where the FBI occasionally discovers a fifth columnist, but where, it is said, a Jew can't get a job very easily, numbers at least one well-known Jew among its alumni We mean Hirsch Jacobs, the famous race-horse trainer, who had a job with the Sperry people before he found his real vocation Mine. Maxim Litvinov. wife of the Soviet Ambassador to Washington, scored quite a triumph at her first official reception, when the Episcopal Chaplain of the U. S. Senate dropped in to enjoy Communist hositality Now they're saying that Georgie Jessel, who already is one of the theatrical world's busiest figures, may take on another job. that of Broadway reporter for PM. New York's afternoon tabloid The lightest soldier in the A. E. F. in the first world war. reveals Bob Ripley, was Private Archie Tischler. who tipped the scales at just 102 pounds. Battle For Justice Of what will they accusr us next' %  Believe it or not. in case you haven't heard the latest wrinkle in Nazi propaganda, already being repeated in (ot all places!) army and navy camps, public streets and even the all raid filter center in several communities: "It's a Jew war The corollary of that accusation is that the Jew is letting the Christian fight for him .Nobody has been telling those rumor and lie mongerers that of the first 75 Distinguished Flying Crosses awarded in the current war, six were won by Jewish soldiers and that one of them was Colin Kelly. Jr.'s bombardier, Meyer Levin of Brooklyn. That it's "a Jew war" is common talk at a large. New York naval air station among sailors ... At an air raid filter center in a large Florida community, one woman, asking how it was there .weren't more Jewish women there, remarked: "After all, it's a Jew war. you know ..." And then there was the garage operator who got his phoney statistics (?) from some source still undisclosed that only two per cent of the Jews available for army duty were serving whereas 46 percent of available gentiles were in the army. All of which is pure rot designed to serve only one purpose—that of demoralizing America's war effort ... If it continues, it may succeed in creating another smoke-screen for Hitler to cover his real program Whether non-Jews realize it or not, they are destined to suffer as greatly under Hitler as did the Jews and non-Jews of Ger. many. | Why don't these unwitting spreaders of Nazi poison look at ; Poland. Czecho-Slovakia, Jugo; slavia, Norway, France, DenI mark, Holland and Belgium to see how well the non-Jew who i is not a German Nazi fares under | Hitler's heil? Why don't they I read Mein Kampf to learn just what Hitler plans for them and how Hitler's propaganda works'' This war is not a defense of the Jew This war is a fight against all the barbarism that Hitler upholds, a fight to save LEGAL NOTICES XOTICK IS HKRRIIY (JIVEN thai !'"' ; Klgnnl. itvxirins '.. .•ngiiKe in ''.' s!n "^ Ifi Hi.rii-tlti'iuv namv uf I EVERfiL-AliES NOVELTY m mot I .";„' V,'" 1 "V"',"' '" ''"'" %  -" : ral name with Hi.-U-rk nf ih.. circuit Court In l>ad County, Klurldn BgTHElJ || BIA-MICNFKIJ) I.I.NA C liOI.DMA.N UIJ.IAN R. HOFFMAN MINNIE II l.KSM.-K HARRY KfKEHNICK i An,.i, ,v ,,„ %  Applicant* ILL I NOTICE IH HEREBY I1IVEN Ilia I <• i 3-20-27 NOTICE is HEREBY AI.KX STEIN the clerk ,r '•' ~ ; "" """•' with CoSnt"! Ftorlda"" 0 "" Court f 2/27 a/I l..„.7 HERMAN SPRINGER DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Became Bigg M t But—Bigg M t Because Best A solicitor for n>e Brooklyn I, w ish Examiner :>t present Is visiting various Jewish Individuals In the city, He represents hims ,.if to be affiliated with the AntiDefamation League and lo he engaged in fighting antl-Semltlam. We take tins means or Informing the Jewlah community that the Am. has no solicitors in the Held and hai no affiliation with the Brooklyn Jewlah Examiner or any other periodical. THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ AUGUST STUDIO of Interior Decorating Exclusive Drapery Work & Slip Covers Phone 5-1024 600 Lincoln Road Bldo. Miami Beach Florida R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Gouldi. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 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. B-JM1 Miami Beach Dr. Briggs to Lecture At "y Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, announces that Dr H, old Briggs, professor in the HU tory Department of the Univer sity of Miami, has consented tn give a lecture at the "Y" on the present crisis. The date will ha an n .2H n ?. cd lx i these co 'umns later Y Ha Another Successful U. S. O. Dance Another in a series of dances for Service Men was held at the "Y" last Saturday eveninp A! usual, Mrs. Florence Hacker chairman of the Y. W. H A De' fense Committee, was in charge of hostesses and was assisted bv the following: Mrs. Jennie Rot. fort, Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. Stan, ley C. Myers, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Philip Rothschild, Mrs Claire Feldman, Mrs. Essie Schaffer and Mrs. Ida Optner. Prizes of six boxes of cookies donated by Mrs. Optner, were awarded to six Service Men who were holders of the lucky numbers. Workshop Mr. Edgar Copp, instructor in the Y. M. H. A. Workshop, announces that an average of seventy-five boys and girls of all ages take part in craft work at the "Y" daily. For the past few weeks the children were making boat models which are on display in the "Y" workshop. At present Mr. Copp has undertaken to instruct the children to make various items modeled in clay. Don't forget to order your tickets for the Night uf Stars now. Call the "Y." IT LIKES YOU OUR SANDWICHES— A REAL TREAT On Ponce De Leon Blvd. around corner from bus depot Coral Gables We cater to Fishing. Churches and Card Parties DELICATESSEN & SANDWICH SHOP PHONE 48-1114 WE DELIVER Rattan Furniture lor Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. 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* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1942 PAGE SLX Jenisfifloridiain_ CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) Mrs. Isador Cohen and her entire committee for making this 26th Annual Pre-Purim Bal such a hueh social and financial success, and to all members and friends who participated in this gala affair we express our hopes of having you join with us again next year. Red Cross Sewing We are happy to announce that our Sisterhood has received recognition for the excellent work done by the many members and friends in our community for the American Red Cross, by their sewing and knitting. We invite all ladies to join us at the laimud Torah every Tuesday and Thursday so that we may continue this fine record, and at the same time do our share for the defense of our Country. The grand opera concert starring Cantor and Mrs. H. Marbein will be held Sunday, March 15th at 8:30 p. m. at the Temple Theatre, 417 N. W. 3rd Street. We urge our members to make reservations as soon as possible. EDWARD WARBURG JOINS ARMY AS BUCK PRIVATE New York (WNS)—Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joint Distribution Committee and a member of the board of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, has joined the United States Army as a buck private, it was disclosed here by Army headquwters. Mr. Warburg is married and nas 6-month-old son. The son of the late Felix war burg, financier and leading philanthropist. Mr Warburg recent years become amov^ [ orce in American Jewish lite. He is widely recognized as one of the youngest and ablest leadtrs in American Jewry W Without fanfare or advanci nublicity, the younger Warpurg Unlisted h'st Thursday morning Ina was assigned to CompanyB. 518th Military Police Battalion. Governors Island Army spokes „un. making public .Mr. Warburg's enlistment said that the battalion as a uni >s subject to call to active service. GREET N G S CARL F. LAMBERT Utility Engineer and Consultant 810 Biscayne Building MIAMI. FLORIDA BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS FLORIDA GLASS MANUFACTURING COMPANY 167 N. E. 29th St. Ph. 3.6965 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS Phone 2-9512 H. D. SHEKELS Service Station Standard Oil Products 1700 N W. 20th ST. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS INC. 300 South Miami Avenue Phones 2-2262—2-3512 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL JEWRY BERHARD LUNDBERG Your Patronage Appreciated BUD'S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 5735 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 7-6504 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS OEOROIA CLXPEPPER M VDAUNE CULPEPPBR Tivoli Beauty Salon Inc. "FOR THE LADY WHO CARES" .Open Evenings by Appointment 744 W. Flagler St.. Miami. Fla. Phone 3-2561 TO Dl DEATHRAGE AS 11 UNDESIRABLE" ST.'BBBOO defense project ;1 Norfolk Naval Base. Va., trie Navv Department ordered nw ^•diate dismissal as a person •undesirable to have access to ,h" work of the Navy Depart'" Tile statement issued by the Navv Department read: Alter an investigation of the activities of George E. Deathrage, employed by Doyle & Russell, contractors on construction work at the na val operating base, Norfolk, Va., the Secretary of the Navy has invoked the provisions of Article 27 (c) of the contract, which requires that the contractors shall discharge from employment and exclude from (he site 01 the WOTK any person designated by the Secretary of the Navy as undesirable to have access to the work and or materials of the Navy Department." Buy Defense Bonds Today. -, mrwQ) — Commander Ha i fa wDuff in his address A former member of the Pal %  tin.' Police Commander Dutf wmsm KS? heaUs the memory of those "heroes." There is no lime like the present > buy your Defense Stamps andf Defense" Bonds to help th s Army and Navy and thus-KELP •EM "FLYING.— BETH IACOB CONGREGATION BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS KELLY'S RESTAURANT 740 5th Street Phone 5-9957 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS BOULEVARD GROCERY 3023 Biscayne Blvd. Ph. 24944 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS I ROGER W. ARNOLD 221 S. W. 22nd Avenue MIAMI. FLORIDA (CONTINUED FROM PAQE 5; tion of the Daughters of Israel Women's Club. A very interesting meeting was held in our Community Building last Saturday night. Committee reports were presented. A number of prominent Rabbis addressed the audience. Weinstein-Singer Wedding A very beautiful wedding is scheduled to take place in our Synagogue building this Sunday at 2 p. m. Miss Charlotte Singer and Mr. Robert Weinstein will be joined in marriage by our Rabbi with the assistance of our Cantor. An instrumental trio will play before during and after the ceremony. Refreshments will be served to families and friends in the community building. War Department Lt. Col. J. S. Stowell. commanding officer of the Air Corps Officers Candidate School of Miami Beach has acknowledged with thanks and posted our offer of our buildings' facilities to our coreligionists and all other soldiers in training on the Beach. Refuo Shlaymo We wish a speedy recovery to our president's wife, Mrs. M. B. Frank, recuperating at the Jackson Memorial Hospital, and to Master Michael Edward Tessler recovering at the St. Francis Hospital. Congratulations to Milton R. Blum and Miss Ethel Widlus. and to Leo Pomerance and Miss Hilda Hauptman, who were married this week by our Rabbi. God give them lasting wedded bliss. BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS LUCKY FOUR PRODUCTS BUY MIAMI MADE PRODUCTS Manufacturers of Mayonnaise. Salad Dressing. Mustard, Vinegar, Maple Syrup, BarBQ Sauce. Ph. 2-3800 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS STEPHENS RESTAURANT 38 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE 2-7742 BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS To Our Many Jewish Friends PHONE 4-3114 For Raw and Pasteurized Products BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS HYGRADE FOOD PRODUCTS CO. 828 N. W. 21st TERRACE PHONE 3-4636 SINCERE BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS SCHQELL ftAETRL CRAFT WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS FIRE SCREENS AND DOOR GRILLES 7100 N. 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Hill Hill niii| nlhi i> ,, j E r. Wise at Temple Israel's Friday evening service* tonight at 8:15 p. m. I>r. Wise's appearance at Temple Israel win he his only formal address here and his HUOjiii will be "World War Problems ami the Jewish Problem." l)r Wise was this week elected chairman of the newl) formed exetutlve committee of the Inter-American Jewish Council. When I asked Dr. Wise what interested him most in Miami, his answer was: "Joseph Bernard Stephen Zwitman. one year old son of my beloved young friends Rabbi and Mrs. Colman Zwitman." "Rabbi Zwitman. during his four years of study at the Jewish Institute of Religion, of which I was the founder and continue to be the president, was one of our most gifted and resourceful service. He is fine, learned, and what is more, he is what not all y'oung Rabbis are, a truly modest person." "Mrs. Zwitman, who has been with us since her Sunday School childhood at the Free Synagogue, enhances the value of Rabbi Zwitman's ministrations." When Dr. Wise was asked to offer a forecast of Jewish happenings in the future, his re5 0 0 REFUGEES FIGHTING WITH THE CHINESE ARMY Istanbul (WNS) — More than 500 Polish Jewish refugees, who fled to the Far East when the Nazi armies invaded Poland, are now fighting with the Chinese Army, it was reported here this week. The Jewish refugees were said to have been commended on several occasions by Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek. The report said that the Polish Jewish soldiers had approached Chiang Kai-Shek for permission to establish a Jewish regiment as part of the Chinese Army, was reported. SAVE THIS PAPER IT'S WANTED FOR VICTORY SAVE! TOD SCRAP METALS OLD RUBBER OLD RAGS Cell s Collecting Chsrity. or a Local Junk Dealer economics, political science and history and was a member of Alpha Chi Alpha, the social science national honor society. As chairman of the Jewish National Fund committee of Junior Hadassah. Miss Chertoff has directed the work of 20.000 Junior Hadassah members in the United States in behalf of land purchase in Palestine for the collective ownership of the Jewish people. The public is invited to attend the meeting. DR. STEPHEN S. WISE CAPTURED NAZI PILOT TELLS OF ATROCITIES ON JEWS Moscow (WNS)—The Moscowpress this week published eyewitness reports of Nazi atrocities against Jews in Russian territory now occupied by the Nazi armies. The eye-witness was Lieutenant Heinrich Freitag, a Nazi pilot who was shot down by Soviet pursuit planes. The Nazi aviator was reported as saying that Nazi military authorities in Kharkov hung the bodies of scores of Jews from the balcony of the largest building in the center of the city. He described the mass execution of thousands of Jews. ply was: "I shall deal with some of the problems in my Friday night sermon at the Temple. Jewishly, I am an incurable optimist; needless to say. despite everything. I am always an American Optimist, so that my Americanism and my Jewish optimism blend to make me feel that happier and blesseder days are not as far off as they seem to some of us. If we awake and arise and serve with all our hearts and all our souls and all our strength, the victory will not be delayed much longer, but we must do all of these things as Americans and as Jews. Wc must awake, we must arise, we must serve. A thousand ways of service are open to everyone of us, even the youngest and the oldest, the greatest and the least of us." When asked about Mrs. Wise's work as President of the • i (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4)