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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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VOLUME 15No. 11
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
LEKIirJ.I.!.
10 BE GUEST OF
LOCAL VET POST
Bon Kaufman, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Veter-
ans, will be the guest of honor
at tin' annual installation of of-
ficers of the Freida Markowitz
Post. Jewish War Veterans of
Greater Miami, to be held on
Wednesday night, March 18, at
the Congregation Beth David
Auditorium, 135 N. W. Third
stn et, Miami.
The national commander will
be entertained during his brief
stay in this city with a luncheon
on Wednesday at the Seven Seas
with many prominent dignitaries
of the political and social world
attending. In the evening he
will attend the installation of the
newly elected officers, which will
be fdl lowed by refreshments
served by the Ladies Auxiliary.
Among the dignitaries invited
to attend the gala affair on Wed-
nesday evening are Governor
Spessard L, Holland, Mayor Clif-
ford Reeder of Miami, Mayor Val
Geary of Miami Beach and the
commanders of the various vet-
erans organizations in the Great-
er Miami area.
Regional Commander Nat Roth
will install: commander, Henry
Lewis Greene; senior vice com-
mander. Milton B. Drucker; jun-
ior vice commander, Max I.
Samuels; judge advocate. Past
Commander J. William Baros;
surgeon, Dr. Meyer Wigdor: ad-
jutant. Rebecca Betty Levi; chap-
lain, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff;
quartermaster, Jules Weiss; offi-
ce! the day, Philip M. Levi;
trustees. Adolph Haimes, Morti-
mer P. Frank and Nat Brown;
patriotic instructor, George
Bloomberg; officer of the guard,
M. B. Frank; color bearers, Sam
Brauer and Murray Storch; pub-
licity. Harry T. Aronsberg.
A.Z.A. ANNOUNCES LOSS OF
MANY LEADERS TO ARMY
Washington, D. CIrving Lov-
itas, national educational direc-
tor of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai
B'rith youth organization, and
Rabbi Max D. Eichorn, director
of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion at Florida College for Wo-
men, resigned this week to join
the United States army. Both
B'nai B'rith officials enlisted,
Levitas as a buck private, and
Eichorn as a chaplain in the U.
S. Army Chaplain's Corps.
At the same time Aleph Zadik
Aleph announced that Milton
Mehl, Ft. Worth. Texas, member
of the Supreme Advisory Council
of AZA, and Bernard Cohen, Bal-
timore, District 5 field director
of AZA, had also left their AZA
posts to go into the army. Pre-
viously, George Shendelman, a
national AZA administrative as-
sistant, had joined the armed
forces. Mehl is at Camp Wolters,
Texas, and Shendelman is
Camp Dix, N. J.
120 NOTED JEWS
ANTI-TYPHUS SERUM SENT
TO REFUGEES IN RUSSIA
TO NAZI GESTAPO
CZECH JEWS TO
BE MOVED INTO
TEREZIN GHETTO
ollu MADE
BY JAPS TO DD
WEDJAOOR
Istanbul (WNS)Japanese au-
thorities in occupied Shanghai
nave forced 1,400 Polish Jewish
refugees, who fled to Shanghai
from Poland at the beginning of
JJW war. to do compulsory labor,
IM'i's reliably reported here this
week, The announcement of
compulsory labor for the Jewish
refugees came shortly after a de-
leRatinn of the Jewish refugees
>d visited Japanese officials and
Pleaded for better treatment.
It was understood that this was
iirsl step in a Japanese pro-
gram to force all of the 20.000
Jewish refugees now in Shanghai
U> compulsory labor camps. The I wh was captured and tortured
efuuees are now in special in- j to death by the Gestapo, the
wmment camps, guarded by Ja-' Moscow radio reported.
panese troops.
Shortly after Japan's surprise
Wc a number of refugee lead-
s were arrested and turned
"V-'r to Nazi Gestapo officials
wno accompanied the noted Jew-
sn refugees to Germany.
Defense Bonds are your surety
mri fre4edomBuy some at your
^hest opportunity.
London (WNS) Deinhard
Heydrich, the Jew-baiting Nazi
protector of the Czech Protector-
ate, speeded plans this week to
move the Protectorate's 90.000
remaining Jews to a central
ghetto in Terezin, it was reported
here by sources close to the
exiled Chechoslovakin Govern-
ment.
(The London "Sunday Times"
confirmed this report and added
that all of the Protectorate's aged
Jews, both men and women,
would be sent into the ghetto,
while the younger Jews would
be sent to compulsory labor
camps.)
The formal opening of the
ghetto could not be learned al-
though it was understood that
"Fuehrer" Heydrich is anxious
to deport the Jews from Prague
and other Czech cities into Tere-
zin within the next few weeks.
"Aryan" residents of Terezin
have already received orders to
leave the city and to find homes
in other sections of Bohemia.
While a Nazi broadcast heard
here boasted that the ghetto was
being established with the full
approval of the Czech people, in-
formed circles here said that the
Nazis were veiling their plans in
strictest secrecy in order to pre-
vent popular demonstrations in
favor of the Jews.
Geneva (WNS)The anti-Sem-
itic Rumanian Government of
Premier Ion Antonescu has
placed under arrest 120 noted
Rumanian Jews, including Chief
Rabbi Alexander Saffran of Ru-
mania and Dr. William Filder-
mann, president of the Jewish
community of Bucharest, pre-
paratory to turning them over to
the Nazi Gestapo, it was reported
here this week.
The 120 Jews, who include
some of Rumania's most distin-
guished rabbis, Jewish commun-
al leaders and Zionists, will be
held by the Gestapo as hostages
at 1 lor the future behavior of the
Rumanian Jewish community,
the report stated.
Pending completion of arrange-
ments to transfer the Jewish
leaders to a Nazi concentration
camp, they are being held pri-
soner in the big synagogue in
Bucharest. Rumanian troops,
armed with machine guns, have
surrounded the synagogue, re-
fusing to allow even the closest
relatives of the arrested Jews
to enter the synagogue.
Dr. Fildermann incurred the
wrath of Premier Antonescu sev-
eral months ago when he called
the attention of the Rumanian
Government to the plight of Ru-
manian Jewry and urged relaxa-
tion of the anti-Jewish laws to
save the Jewish population from
starvation.
JEWISH SCHOOLS ORGANIZE
FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE
Ottawa (WNS)Rushing a sup-
ply of serum in a specially chart-
ered airplane, the American Red
Cross acted immedaitcly to check
the spread of typhus in those sec-
tions of Russia where many Pol-
ish and Jewish refugees have
sought safety, it was disclosed
here by Polish Foreign Minister,
Count Edward Racznski.
In his statement, the Polish
minister who is now visiting in
Canada, announced that "very
recently word has been received
of typhus in the section of Russia
where many of our refugees are
located."
The announcement, which was
the first official statement of the
spread of typhus went on to de-
scribe the Jewish situation in
Nazi-administered Poland, com-
paring the present 17 per cenl
mortality rate to the one per cent
of pre-war years.
JEWS WARNED OF
L
SOVIET AWARDS HIGHEST
HONOR TO DEAD YOUTH
New York (WNS)To provide
first aid training for several hun-
dred teachers in Jewish week-
day and Sunday schools, weekly
courses, under the auspices of the
American Red Cross were insti-
tuted here at the Jewish Educa-
tion Committee. The Jewish
Education Committee has been
delegated by the Board of Edu-
cation to serve as a central co-
ordinating bureau for air-raid
precaution activities of the 525
Jewish religious schools in the
city, including parochial all-day
schools, weekday afternoon and
Sunday schools, representing an
enrollment of approximately 60.-
000 children.
Twenty-three Jewish school
districts have been set up and for
each of these a liaison officer has
been assigned to cooperate with
Public School authorities. Mr.
Israel Chipkin, associate director
of the Jewish Education Commit-
tee, represents the Jewish relig-
ious school group on the Commit-
tee on Civilian Defense in
Schools, set up by the Board of
Education.
Moscow (WNS) The Soviet
Government bestowed its highest
! award of "Hero of the Soviet!
j Union" on Lido Chaikin, young
! Jewish leader of a partisan band
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
Driven from the Penovsk dis-
trict by German advances, Chai-
kin and his group operated a
wireless station which broadcast
Soviet communiques in the Nazi-
held area. When they were
forced to abandon this after a
few days, Chaikin continued to
spread information by word of
mouth, until his capture by the
Gestapo.
THE PUBLIC IB INVITED TO
THE CAPITOL THEATER MARCH
I6TH AT lOSOO A. M. TO HEAR
MRS. EDDIE RICKENBACKER
TALK DN HDME PROTECTION.
YOU WILL HEAR (CATHERINE
HEPBURN AS COMMENTATOR
IN A PICTURE CALLED "WO-
MEN IN DEFENSC." AND SEE
THE MARCH DF TIME "WHEN
THE AIR RAID STRIKES." THIS
PROGRAM IS MADE POSSIBLE
BY HOME and COMMUNITY
DIVISION OF DADE COUNTY
DEFENSE COUNCIL.
Zurich (WNS)All Jews in
Nazi-controlled areas will be an-
nihilated if the Nazi armies arc
in danger of losing the war. ac-
cording to an article which ap-
peared this week in the Nazi
press. The article warned Jews
in the Polish ghettos not to take
heart at the victories of the Rus-
sian Army, stating that no Jew in
Poland would live to see the day
of a Nazi defeat.
The Nazi press reminded the
Jewish population of Nazi-oc-
cupied Europe that if the situa-
tion should ever arise which
makes the Nazi position hopeless,
the last remaining bullets and
poison gas would be used to ex-
terminate the Jews.
Nazi Propaganda Minister Jo-
seph Goebbels was quoted as re-
gretting the fact that Nazi Ger-
many permitted so many Jews
from Gejmany and Austria to
emigrate before 1939 when the
Nazi armies overran Poland and
started the second World War.
The Nazi propaganda chief's sor-
row was attributed to the fact
that the hundreds of thousands
of German and Austrian Jews,
who fled to the United States.
England and other countries,
have become Germany's most de-
termined foes.
WEIZMAi HOLDS
BRITISH GQV'T.
IN REFUGEE LOSS
London (WNS) Dr. Chaim
Weizmann. president of the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine and of
the World Zionist Organization.
placed the blame this week for
the 'Strume' tragedy, in which
more than 750 Rumanian Jewish
refugees lost their lives, on the
British government.
Speaking at a special protest
meeting of the Zionist Federation
of Great Britain and Ireland, Dr.
Weizmann. whose 24-year-old son
Michael, a lieutenant in the Royal
Air Force, was recently reported
missing, bitterly condemned the
P a Ic s t i n e Administration and
"those who are responsible in
Whitehall'" for the disaster. The
meeting adopted a resolution call-
ing the policies of the Palestine
Administration "inimical to the
Allied war effort."
"This horrible fact," Dr. Weiz-
mann said, "is enough to throw
a glaring light upon the treatment
meted to us by the Palestine Ad-
ministration and to some extent
also by those who are responsible
in Whitehall.
"These people could have en-
tered Palestine as certificated im-
migrants if the slightest good-will
or desire to meet us in such a
tragic emergency had been shown.
"What sort of people are these
who rule the destinies of rales-
tine? People without understand-
ing, without compassion, without
pity.
"One is driven to the"~cor.clus-
ion that these Draconian regula-
tions, this sending of people de-
liberately to their death, are only
applied to Jews and applied par-
ticularly to Jews in their national
home.
"It is a mockery to have to reg-
ister facts of this kind and at
the same time to read the high-
sounding phrases mouthed so oft-
en by the leaders of democracy."
ILLINOIS ERECTS STATUE IN
HONOR OF GOV. HORNER
Chicago (WNS) Governor
Dwight Green has appointed a
commission to arrange for the
erection in Chicago of a statue
to the late Henry Horner .former
Jewish Governor of Illinois. An
appropriation of $25,000 for the
statue was voted recently by the
Illinois legislature.
Members of the Commission in-
clude: Carl Sandburg, noted
poet; U. S. Senator Scott Lucas;
Illinois Secretary of State Ed-
ward Hughes. Oliver Barrett,
Lloyd Louis and Paul Angle.
EXECUTE
JEW FOR SELLING
KOSHER MEATS
London (WNS)Nazi authori-
ties in occupied Norway con-
demned to death this week four
Jews and one Communist on
charges of disseminating pro-Bri-
tish and anti-Nazi propaganda, it
was reported by the official Nor-
wegian radio in Oslo.
Zurich (WNS)Because Chem-
jo Wyszkoskj. Jewish inhabitant
of the town of Ceglow in Poland
could not forget he was a Jew.
Nazi authorities had him shot, it
was revealed in the Lemburgcr
Zeitung. Nazi paper arriving here.
Specifically charging that he
slaughtered cattle according te
Jewish ritual a special court con-
demned him to death, the Nazi
newspaper report read. The news-
paper also disclosed that the
Nazis had accused Wyszkoski and
of his father purchasing the cat-
tle without permission of the au-
thorities and that his father, up-
on learning of his impending ar-
rest, committed suicide.
At the same time, another re-
port from Nazi-occupied Poland
stated that Chaim Silbermaii, a
Jewish butcher, was executed in
Lublin for selling kosher meat to
Jews. He was the third Jew ex-
ecuted in Poland within the past
two weeks on that charge.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1943
Social
Personals

Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
Miss Esther Shochct returned
to the city after spending several
weeks visiting in Atlanta, Ga.

Miss Mildred Bcrkowitz re-
turned to the city after spending
the weekend in Jacksonivlle.
j
Mr. Murray Kaufman returned
to New York after a ten day
visit with his wife and family
at the Milburn Hotel.

Miss Bcrnadine Roth, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth,
arrived from Washington. D. C.
Sundav for a two weeks vacation.

Private Bernard Serkin. re-
turned to Ft. Benning. Ga. Wed-
nesday after spending several
clays with his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Serkin.
-
Mrs. Harry Shevack of New
York is visiting her son and
daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs.
Randolph Shevack of Miami
Beach for several weeks.

Lieutenant Abbott Peterson.
Naval Chaplain at Opa Loeka,
will be the guest speaker on the
Miami Round Table. Saturday
evening. March 14th at 9:30 p. m.
over Station WIOD. Lieutenant
Peterson. Father D. Sullivan.
Rev. Roger Squire and Rabbi
Colman A. Zwitman will dis- j
cuss the subject "Religion and
the Armed Forces."
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
announce the birth of their
daughter. Shirna at Jackson Me-
morial Hospital last Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosen-
baum announce the birth of their
son, David Eugene, on March 1st
at Jackson Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Rosenbaum is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte.
MARRIAGES
DEATHS
Funeral services were held
Thursday afternoon at Riverside
Memorial Chapel for Mike Fried-
man. 2248 S. W. 18th Street, who
passed away at his home Tues-
day. Burial took place at Mt.
Nebo cemetery' With Rabbi Sam-
uel Bension officiating. Surviv-
ors are the widow. Lillian, and a
daughter. Marjorie.
The marriage of Gertrude
Hyde, daughter of "*"*
Hyde, to Mr. Ernest Gunzburg.
was an event of Sunday. March
1st at a private ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Max Shap.ro.
Members of the family present
were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
ORGANIZATIONS
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Mrs. Emma Meyer has an-
nounced the engagement of her
granddaughter. Felice Schretcr.
to Joseph I Davis, local attorney
and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Davis. No date has been set for
the wedding.

Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Tup-
per. formerly of New York and
now of Miami Beach, announced
the engagement of their daugh-
ter. Leona, to Herman Blumen-
kranz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Will-
iam Blumcnkranz of Miami
Beach, Tuesday evening at a din-
ner at the Lord Tarleton Hotel.
Miss Tupper graduated from the
schools of New York and attend-
ed New York University. Mr.
Blumcnkranz graduated from the
schools of New York and attend-
ed the University of Miami. He
is now associated with the Mil-
burn Hotel.
MRS. ERNEST GUNZBURG
Hvde. brother and sister-in-law
of the bride and Miss Hilda Gunz-
burg. sister of the groom. Mr.
Gunzburg is field director of the
Florida State Resettlement Com-
mittee.

With only members of the im-
mediate family present, the mar-
riage of Miss Esther Berlin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Berlin of Nashville, Term., and
Mr. Al. Pearlman, son of Mrs.
Pearlman of Chattanooga, Tenn.
was solemnized by Rabbi Max
Shapiro Tuesday evening. The
wedding took place at the home
of the bride"s uncle and aunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin. The
couple will reside m Detroit,
Michigan.
Irving Ginsberg, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Ginsberg, and mem-
ber of the freshman and soph-
more debating team of the Uni-
versity of Florida, returned from
a weeks visit through Georgia.
j The team was successful in every
! debate on its tour.
Buy your Defense Bonds and
Stamps and help to keep the
armed forces of this nation sup-
plied with the arms and equip-
meent needed to win this war.
ORGANIZATIONS
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish Wel-
fare Bureau, will hold election of
officers at their meeting Mon-
day. March 16th at 2 p m. at the
home of Mrs. Albert E. Roscn-
hal. 1031 S. W. 23rd Avenue.

Newly elected officers of the
Liberte Sorority are Rita Abre-
vayo. president; Bcrnice Dacks,
vice president; Sunshine Fagan,
secretary and treasurer; Esther
Arginter. publicity chairman;
Marilyn Pollack, pledge captain
Pledges include Leah Aronoff,
Arlene Kleber and Shirley Bern-
stein.

The Eleventh Annual Purim
Ball sponsored by the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will take place Wednesday,
March 18th at the Miami Wo-
man's Club, 1737 N. Bayshore
Drive. Sidney Rose and his or-
chestra will provide music for
dancing. Mr. Nathan Ginsburg
is in charge of arrangements.

Prof. William H. McMastcr of
the University of Miami, will ad-
dress the Spinoza Forum, this
Saturday afternoon. 3:30 p. m.
History of the Bible. Monday
morning. 10:45 Edward Clarke
will give the second lecture on
the Great Beethoven. Tuesday
evening 8:45 Dr. Samuel Ben-
sion, of the Miami Beach Jewish
Center will speak at the Spinoza
Forum on: "Palestine Today."

Tuesday. March 17th at 8:30
sharp, a lecture forum will be
held at the Hotel Evans in Mi-
ami Beach. Mr. Lawrence
Schlechter. world-wide traveller
and famous lecturer who con-
ducts the discussions at the Ho-
tel Evans every Tuesday night,
has invited Francis P. Locke, dis-
tinguished editorial columnist of
the Miami Daily News, as guest
lor the evening and will talk on
the topic: "The World War." The
public is invited.

Miss Helen Muir, Miami Her-
ald columnist, will be the guest
speaker at the Forum of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Wo-
men, on Friday, March 13th, 2
p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks'
Club. Miss Muir will speak
about interesting people she has
known. Miss Florence Crorner
will give a reading from "R.
becca." The Consumer lnter"
est program will be conducted
by Mrs. Harry Marcus. Chair.
man of the day will be Mrs. Har
old Rand. A survey will be con
ducted by the Forum Committee
to determine the interests of those
attending Forum.

On March 23rd the Miami
Chapter of Women's Division
American Jewish Congress will
hold their first annual donor lun-
cheon. Reservations may be
made by calling Mrs. S. H. Lut-
sky, chairman, 9-2216 or Mrs.
L. Glasser, co-chairman, 5.4460'
Mrs. Rachel Vixsman. national
organization chairman from New
York City and one of the early
founders of Hadassah, will be
guest speaker. Mrs. Moses
Krieger, president, is in charge
of the program of entertainment
Mrs. S. H. Lutsky will serve as
toastmistress.
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DR. JACOB H. KAPLAN BACK
FROM HIS UP-STATE TRIP
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan has re-
turned to the city from his trip
throughout the state.
He attended a Purim Banquet
at the Jewish Center. Jackson-
ville, where he was the speaker
of the evening. About sixty
Jewish soldiers were guests at
the banquet.
Friday and Saturday there was
an important meeting of the
State Defense Council at Rollins
University, of which Dr. Kaplan
is a member. Vital matters were
taken up and decided upon.
Friday evening Dr. Kaplan ad-
dressed the Jewish Congregation
at Orlando on the subject: "The
Importance of Dreams in Civili-
zation."
In Orlando Rabbi Skop, secre-
tary and treasurer, and Dr. Kap-
lan, the president of the Rabbini-
cal Association of Florida, ar-
ranged a tentative program for
the forthcoming meeting in May,
which will be held in Orlando.
Among the papers to be presented
and discussed will be:
"The aim of Jewish Religious
Services," "Religious and Modem
Trends in Modern Hebrew Edu-
cation," "Hebrew Writers in Pal-
estine and their Message for
Jewry," "Jewish Youth in Flor-
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The Kallah Session will pre-
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Do as desired, did he
Busy as busy could be
To listen to others no time
To take advice was a crime
One of those know-it-alls
All alone in his four walls
Known as truly long-winded
Now finds his attitude rescinded
Seeing at last the light of day
Of others right in their way
He's come round for a while
Which makes King sort of smile
For they're kidding each other
With this kindness to smother
What's in their mind they know
Not to John Public do they show
This group and this man
And time for this plan
'Twill take for to see
Tween the two what'll be.
How one group will react to
the treatment to be received
very soon from another is be-
ing carefully watched by a
number of observers including
KingIt's an old story and
dates way backwhen the $
is concerned anything can hap-
pen.
King muses humorously when
hearing that one of our gentle-
men is already grooming himself
to head an organization some 10-
12 months before election time
and is making preparations to
give up all other organization
participation to give his all
some grooming!
The furor created by the
swearing out of a warrant for
the arrest of a member of a
congregation by one of its of-
ficers over a petty political ar-
gument is beginning to have
its reverberations------Rather
ghastly is this action regard-
less of whose promptingto
take this into court ana afford
publicizing a whole community
Who said we are our worst
enemies and some of the big-
gest fools.
King's boss has heard Kom-
ment from many subscribers that
the majority of readers not in
the higher annals of community
activity can't fathom the inuendo
and intimation of these Kom-
mentsand now being pondered
is the feasibility of somewhat
changing the policy of the Kol-
umn to that of naming names,
stating facts, and the likecall-
ing a spade a spadeit has pos-
sibilities.
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
The Allegiance of Our Children
To Their Country
and Faith
A Timely Topic of Utmost Importance to the
JEWISH RACE IN AMERICA
An address on this subject will be delivered by:
Harris L. Selig
Sunday. March 15th. 1942
8:30 P. M.at the
GATES OF PRAYER SYNAGOGUE
Lincoln RoadCorner Collins Avenue
Mr. Selig is executive director of the United Yeshivas
Foundation and author of many scholarly books.
Mr. Selig will be introduced by Rabbi Joseph Rackov-
sky of Miami Beach and Rabbi Abraham Kellner of
Miami. Jewish parents, residents and guests are cor-
dially invited.
ADMISSION FREE
GATES OF PRAYER TO HOLD
MASS MEET NEXT SUNDAY
The Yeshiva Rabbi Israel
Aaron which is planning to open
its doors in the near future, is
featuring a mass meeting on Sun-
day night, March 15th at 8 p. m.
in the Gates of Prayer Synago-
gue, Lincoln Road, corner of Col-
lins Avenue, Miami Beach.
Mr. Nathan Ginsberg, presi-
dent of the institution, will pre-
side and greetings will be ex-
tended by local rabbis and visit-
ing dignitaries. The guest
speaker of the evening will be
Mr. Harris L. Selig, executive
director of the United Yeshivoth
Foundations, who is nationally
acclaimed as an orator of elo-
quence and a scholar of high
reputation. He will address the
gathering on the subject "How to
Retain the Allegiance of our Chil-
dren to their Faith and Country."
Mr. Selig, who is the author of
several scholarly volumes of Jew-
ish Homiletics, has a unique re-"
putation in the field of Jewish
pedagogy, and has been instru-
mental -in helping to establish
the Yeshivah College, the Tal-
mudic Academy in Baltimore and
scores of other institutions of
Higher Learning. A large turn-
out is expected to hear the ad-
dress.
Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spir-
itual leader of the Gates of Pray-
er Congregation will introduce
Mr. Selig. A musical program
has been arranged and an invita-
tion is extended to all who are
interested to attend.
New York (WNS)Dr. Abba
Hillel Silver of Cleveland, na-
tional chairman of the United
Palestine Appeal and American
Zionist leader, demanded 'this
week the easing of restrictions
against Jewish immigration into
Palestine, as he prepared to leave
for London.
Dr. Silver, the first American
Zionist leader to visit London
since the outbreak of war in 1939,
will confer in England with Brit-
ish Zionist leaders on current de-
velopments in Palestine and else-
where. He is expected to remain
in London for about three weeks.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
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Announcing to nil thai the
Park Central Hotel and Dining
Koom will be open to the public
for the entire Passover Holi-
days.
We also take the privilege to
say that Kashruth is observed to
the fullest extent. The uuulitv of
our food and the service shall
be of the best.
Reservations to Be Made
In Advance
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A series of programs sponsored
by the Home and Community
Service Division of the Dade
County Defense Council, start-
ing this week include:
Saturday, March 14th: a meet-
ing will be held at the Miami
Woman's Club beginning at 10:30
a. m.an all-day institute of nu-
trition. Important National and
State speakers will take part in
the program. Those wishing to
have lunch with the group will
make reservations by telephoning
2-6280 by March 12th. Price of
the luncheon is 65c.
Governor Spessard L. Holland
has proclaimed March 6th
through March 14th as Florida's
Nutrition Week, stating, "We
must make America stronger by
making stronger Americans. Food
can Win the War and Write the
Peace."
On Monday, March 16th the
concluding meeting of the Pre-
partatory Defense Institute under
the direction of Mrs. Eddie Rick-
enbacker. This meeting will be
held at the Capitol Theatre
promptly at 10 a. m., at which
time "March of Time," "When the
Air Raid Strikes," and the pic-
ture, "Women in Defense," with
Katherine Hepburn as narrator,
will be shown. There will be a
question and answer period for
clearing up all matters pertain-
ing to home protection.
This is free, and every civilian
who possibly can is urged to be
present.
Physical Fitness Classes for the
duration of the war, will be held
every Tuesday and Friday morn-
ing from 9:30 to 11 o'clock, and
every Wednesday evening from
7:30 to 9 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A.
in setting up exercises and gym-
nastics.
These classes are open to the.
public and there is no charge ex-
cept a small fee for the use of a
towel.
A medical examination is the
The Third Annual Donor Din-
ner given by the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization for Pales-
tine will be held at the Victor
Hotel, 1114 Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, Sunday, March 22nd at
7:30 p. m.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
M. Beck assisted by Mrs. H. Seit-
lin, Mrs. M. Shubow, Mrs. L.
Mintzes, Mrs. L. Weiner and Mrs.
N. Bookspan.
At a recent conference of the
United Palestine Appeal in
Cleveland, David Ben Gurion
stated: "Not with medicine and
science can you build a country,
but with the blood of our bro-
thers, the Pioneers." "With this
thought in mind" stated Mrs. M.
Beck, chairman of the affair, "the
Pioneer Women's Organization,
realizing that the Jewish com-
munity in America is the only
one able to give aid, find it a
duty to aid financially. The per-
secuted people arriving daily in
Palestine are more than willing
to do the work; but then, they
come to the land with bare
hands, their homes and belong-
ings have been confiscated by the
Nazi demons, and must be given
our financial support. The Pion-
eer Women's Organization is
helping to develop farms, train-
ing and vocational scchools for
the refugee children settling
there by the thousands. In spite
of all the difficulties and ob-
stacles which confront them in
their daily lives, these people
continue to build. You can help
them by attending the Annual
Donor Dinner of the Pioneer Wo-
men's Organization March 22nd.
only requirement before cnroll-
ing, and this is available at the
Y. M. C. A.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1942
RESPONSIBILITY
The responsibility of the Jew to his people,
to his community and to his country is one that
he is well aware of. His patriotism has never
been questioned by the intelligent and fair-
minded individual and only occasionally by
a rabble rouser with a hatred to promulgate.
The recognition of this responsibility to his
country can be attested to by a long record of
enviable accomplishments and endeavors
along many channels. Not promises but facts
and the statistics and monuments stand ready
for inspection and verification.
The responsibility of the Jewish people to
their fellow Jews and to the community where-
in they reside is likewise one well aware of
but accepted with a lackadaisical attitude.
Locally we have a Federation that calls
upon us once a year and through our support
which is far from what it should be, supplies
aid and assistance to a limited number of Jew-
ish causes, local, national and overseas. This
assistance does by no means cover all the
needs locally and definitely does not relieve
our responsibility to our community and to the
Community Chest.
The chest is the fund raising instrument of
the Jewish Welfare Bureau supplying it with ,
much of its needs. The Community Chest '
through its many participating agencies serves
the citizenry when the need has arisen for the
individual to receive help. It is our responsi-
bility to come forward and do our share for
the community chest in its once a year solici- I
tation for the community welfare agencies.
We realize the many calls made upon us daily |
for various and sundry all important causes. :
We also realize that the Community Chest is
one responsibility that we cannotmust not
overlook. It is our obligation to our commun-
ity to assume our share of its burdens. We
must awaken ourselves from our state of leth- ;
argy, deliberate or otherwise, and realize that
the failure of a successful campaign for Com-
munity Chest will undermine our community
and ourselves. We must come forward and do
our part.
MAKING GOOD SENSE
At a recent public hearing before the Con-
gressional Committee investigating national
defense migration, two figures speaking for
the exemption of German political and relig-
ious refugees from the enemy alien evacuation
order, made a lot of good sense.
These two men should also know what
they're talking about. One, Thomas Mann,
realizes perfectly, keenly and personally the
situation of refugees who have escaped from
Nazi persecution. When he spoke, therefore,
and pointed out that German refugees by their
flight alone have proved their enmity to Hitler,
he was speaking from authoritative back-
ground.
The second was Carey McWilliams, head
of the California Division of Immigration,
whose experience with immigrants and refu-
gees afford his statements authority. He urged
that some ^classification of German refugees
be attempted either by separating them from
the enemy alien group or licensing "stateless
refugees. Whatever has to be done, he recom-
mended exemption of these refugees from the
evacuation order.
We realize in times like these, that for the
benefit of the nation's interest, it is better to
be strong than weak. It is better not to take
any chances, but if need be, to be over-cau-
tious does seem as if the mechanism guarding
us from "enemy aliens" might be so adjusted
as to do its job and still recognize that men
like Franz Werfel, Lion Feuchtwanger and
other German refugees who fled here to find
freedom from oppression are our staunchest
defenders of Americanism.
THEiFRANKLIN
FORGERY
"F. BTl. agents this week were reported fry-
ing to locate the parties responsible for spread-
ing the Nazi forged Franklin speech against
the Jews at the Constitutional Convention.
Of all forgeries of history, this is perhaps
the most stupid. If one attacks the veracity
and genuineness of say, the Protocols of the
Elders of Zion. the anti-Semite may hide be-
hind on the fact that this forgery does not
name names and other facts which can be al-
together checked, but in the case of Franklin,
we can check everything. His collected works
contain everything of the slightest importance
said by him down to his anecdotes. More-
over, any speech made by him at the Con-
stitutional Conventionand this forgery is al-
legedly about such a speechcan be checked
by full accounts of the proceedings of the Con-
vention that we have from other hands. We
have a full account compiled by James Madi-
son.later President of the United States and
there is another account by Yates, another
delegate to the convention. Moreover, Frank-
lin should have been the last man any Ger-
man should try to connect with such a state-
ment, for though Franklin was a man of the
utmost liberality, he did repeatedly voice mis-
givings about the Germans. No other early
American statesman spoke so harshly of the
Germans as did he and the reason is that no
other American knew them so well, for the
colony of Pennsylvania had the largest Ger-
man settlement. The Germans in early Penn-
sylvania were much like the Germans in South
America. Franklin complained that they
didn't want to learn English, he didn't like
their indifference when the colony was faced
by the French and Indian war. Later, after
the Constitutional Convention, he didn't like
the statements made in Germany about the
Constitution and he wrote to Lafayette saying
that you couldn't expect anything better from
a people who had no ideas of freedom. And
of course, Franklin didn't like the Hessian sol-
diers who fought against us in the American
Revolution.
MIAMI KOSHER MARKET IS
NOW IN NEW TRAIL HOME
The Miami Kosher Market for-
merly located at 237 N. W. 5th
Street has moved into their new
home at 2011 S. W. 8th Street on
Tamiami Trail. The formal open-
ing will be held tomorrow even-
ing, Saturday, March 14th.
The building was designed spec-
ifically for a meat and poultry
market by the Fleeman Construc-
tion Company so that completed it
houses one of the finest markets
in the South. More than 100 feet
in length, ample facilities for the
storage of live poultry as well as
sanitary fixtures for ritual slaugh-
tering are provided. Complete
new iceboxes, showcounters and
refrigeration were installed with
the latest of equipment and mod-
ern conveniences. A terazzo floor,
fluorescent lighting and other im-
provements are all in the new
building.
s
The market is under the pro-
prietorship of Irving Leopold and
Dave Kleber who have been in
the meat and poultry business for
many years prior to their opening
the establishment here seven
years ago.
Located in the heart of the
southwest residential section, a
rapid delivery service has been
arranged.
"We invite all of our customers
and friends to visit us in our new
home." Irving and Dave as they
are known to their hosts of
friends, stated, "We will continue
to grow by continuing to serve our
customers with the best of Ko-
sher Western Prime Meats and
Poultry, Personal Attention,
Courteous Service, Prompt Deli-
very with Satisfaction assured
A call to 3-2297 guarantees all
of this. We solicit new patron-
age on this same basis and the
growth of our business gives us
the satisfaction of knowing we
are following along these lines
which have made our present
success possible."
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
SMidiy 6cm4Utential
"In spite of what happened at
Pearl Harbor, our people still do
no realize that this war is bound
to be a grim, long and desperate
strugglewith victory assured
only by our utmost exertions.
Our chief need is soldierly dis-
cipline in civilian ranks, reflect-
ing itself in a supreme effort in
maximum production of war ma-
terial, and in a consumers" self-
denial touching goods needed for
the prosecution of the war. Un-
less the American people are
,swet by a sense of peril trans-
, lated into self-discipline and sac-
rificewe can lose the war."
Rabbi Israel Goldstein
Do your part for the armed
might of your country, buy De-
fense Bond* and Stamps.
_________________By PHINEAS J. BIRON------------------------
THINGS TO NOTE
Note to editors: Please investigate Section 8 of the bill known
as HR 6250, which has been passed by the House of Represen-
tatives and now is pending belore the Senate Immigration Com-
mittee Because it differentiates between foreign-born and
native American citizens ... Its enactment might easily lead to
abuses in the cancellation of the citizenship of foreign-born
Americans ... We had always thought that the only difference
between native and foreign-born citizens was the ineligibility
of a naturalized citizen for the Presidency__ etc. Were we
wrong? Note to wives: "The man who complains of under-
done chops at a time like this is a minor traitor," declares Dr.
Abraham Myerson, writing in the Survey Graphic But, just
to prove that he isn't prejudiced in favor of the fairer sex, he
goes on to tag as equally treasonable in a petty way "the
housewife who fusses because of the minor derelictions of the
maid."
THE WAR EFFORT
Active in making life happier for Jewish soldiers on leave is
Mrs. Frank Weil of New York, who is working hard as vice-
chairman of the Greater New York Army and Navy Committee
of the Jewish Welfare Board She comes into this work very
legitimately, for her husband, the well-known attorney, is a
vice president of the USO and the president of the Jewish Wel-
fare Board Mrs. Weil, the former Henrietta A. Simons, is a
granddaughter of Alexander Moses, one-time Governor of
Idaho ... A lady who is proving most valuable in this country's
war effort is radio operator Vi Grossman, who has the job of
teaching raw recruits how to become expert radio operators.
Since she started on this activity some thousands of graduates
of her course have been assigned to man the radio of our
fighting forces We hope the Army Relief Fund is properly
grateful to boxer Abe Simon, who will be risking life and limb
on the 27th of this month when he'll face Joe Louis in the ring
in a benefit bout for Army Relief Abe knows just what he's
up against, for he tasted one of the champion's kayos only a
few months ago.
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE
Congratulations to Military Policeman Sam Springer of Fort
Jay, Governors' Island, on winning the light-heavyweight Gold-
en Gloves boxing championship Sam, as we have reminded
you any number of times, is a nephew of the late Reuben Brain-
in, who was the dean of Hebrew literature in this country ..
There was a literary angle to all of Sam's Golden Gloves bouts,
too, by the way, for his second was a fellow private from Fort
Jay named Sidney Kingsleyyes the dmamatic Pulitzer Prize
winner That handsome and efficient medical officer with
our forces in Hawaii is none other than Joseph Goldberg, son of
Abraham Goldberg, the Zionist. Joey has been in the Hawaiis
since before the Day of InfamyDecember 7thand he has
served his Uncle Sam so well that he was recently promoted
to a captaincy Still in the Hawaiis, too, is Chaplain Harry
Richmond of the U. S. Army, though his wifea sister of Editor
Louis Rittenberghas just returned to the mainland, where she
is now keeping busy assembling a layette David Landman,
son of Rabbi Isaac Landman, editor-in-chief of the Universal
Jewish Encyclopedia, and himself a former member of the En-
cyclopedia's editorial staff, is now stationed at Fort Benning,
Ga. ... In a radio hookup sponsored by the government, en-
titled "The Spirit of 1942," he was selected as typical of the
best material for an American officer's career ... In his college
days, at Brown University, David was editor of the Brown Daily
Herald.
FROM THE PALESTINE FRONT
The Committee for a Jewish Army has decided not to enter
into a controversy with the Emergency Committee for Zionist
Affairs, which is sending out tons of literature against the Army
group Incidentally, and notwithstanding vehement denials,
it is true that after an official Zionist delegation called on Lord
Lothian in Washington on June 18, 1940, it issued a statement
denying all interest in Vladimir Jabotinsky's efforts efforts to
create a Jewish Army We're glad to know that the Columbia
Broadcasting System is now making regular short-wave broad-
casts in Arabic, presumably to the Near East It's about time
something were done toward counteracting the anti-Jewish and
anti-British propaganda Hitler's and Mussolini's broadcasters
have been dishing out to the Arabs for lo these many years
Which reminds us to tell you that there are 50,000 licensed radio
sets in Palestine as of October, 1941 ... Ten years ago the whole
country boasted only 15,000 sets.
STAGE AND SCREEN .
Cafe Crown," the play about Second Avenue's Cafe Royal
has two stars, Morris Carnovsky and Sam Jaffe ... The interes^
ln9 ,hin9 about this combination is that twenty years ago boln
Morris Carnovsky and Sam Jaffe made their Broadway debuts
in Shalom Asch's "God of Vengeance" ... It looks at B *
spring may be a Goldberg season on Broadway ... At least, rt
the present time, we're promised a comedy by cartoonist Rube
Goldberg, to be known as "Day of Rest," and a stage adaptation
of Gertrude Berg's famous radio serial, "The Goldbergs,"
Mrs. Berg herself as Mollie Goldberg ... The producers,
course, are hoping there'll be lots and lots of gold in them a*
Goldbergs Ex-Cincinnatian Irving Pichel has been chosen
ki. If1 the 8Creen'8 forthcoming biographical film on Edga*
Allen Poe It will be Berte Davis. wVnow hear, who will pot-
fray Sarah Bernhardt in a biographical picture ... Her props **
include some actual relics of the Divine Sarah ... And Edward
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PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MUSKS MICSCHEDOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAflilCK MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21nt Terrace
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Barom
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Closing Friday Night Forum
The record attendance at our
Friday night Forums extended
our winter lecture series beyond
Purim this year. We would glad-
jy continue it yet further, but thfi
lateness of our Friday evening
services makes it too inconven-
ient. Between the two, tradi-
tional services are the more im-
portant. So this Friday night we
shall close a most successful se-
ries of lectures with "Bczallol
Work." the closing theme of Rab-
bi Moses Mescheloff. Wo have
been particularly pleased with
the large attendance of young
people this year who have en-
joyed making Friday night Syn-
agogue night. As usual. Cantor
Mamches will lead in the com-
munal singing.
Happy Birthday: To Marilyn
Greenberg. Barbara Lebowitz,
Avrom Rifkin, Arthur Roscnthal.
Also H. Laibson. E. Roth. S. Ru-
bin. Dr. M. J. Safra, E. Raphael,
and L. Hohauser.
Congratulations: Wedded by
our rabbi during the past week
were David Berkman and Eva
Zilman; Abraham Margolis and
Mildred Tepper; Harris Bern-
stein and Mrs. Bertha Green-
field; Merwin Lasner and Ethel
Siegel; Harold Henigson and
Lillian Abramson. May God
bless them all with long lives of
wedded bliss. Congratulations to
our rabbi and rebbetzin on their
7th wedding anniversary.
Welcome: Mr. and Mrs. J.
Reichgott and Mrs. A. Berow,
our own Mrs. Berow's family
representatives.
Nichum Avelim: Our deepest
sympathies to the family and
friends of P. Michaels who de-
parted this earth after a long ill-
ness. Monday. May the Almighty
console the bereaved. We mourn
the passing of Mrs. Celia Katz.
Passover April 2nd to 9th
This season of preparation for
Pesach is a very active and im-
portant one. Rabbi Mescheloff
is eager to answer all questions
concerning Passover. He is at
the synagogue office each morn-
ing till 10, and each afternoon
from 4 to 8. He may be reached
by phone at 5-6159 or 5-1328.
Our rabbi will be glad to take
care of. Mechirass Chametz for
youan obligation for tourists as
well as residents. Our sexton,
Max Pi it, will be glad to supply
you with Passover wines.
School Entertainment
Very enjoyable was our Purim
entertainment given last Sunday
morning to an enthusiastic audi-
ence of parents and our P.T.A.
membership.
. Cantor Mamches lead the school
in singing of a number of Purim
songs, assisted by our school pi-
anist. Mrs. Josephine Adler. A
group of our four year olds sang
a special Purim song. Miss Kal-
ein helped in the job of makeup
ror our Purim play, "Up Haman's
Sleeve, in which the following
cniidren took part: Sylvia Naness,
Walter Lebowitz. Gladys Ge-
wirts, Marilyn Goodman, Mar-
vin Goodman, Ernest Blum, Lu-
;"'*' Sapowitz, Bernice and Jean-
"jUe Sir, Marilyn Greenberg,
hc Baxer, Bert Pecharsky,
rranklin Schonebaum, Martin
"'blowitz, Joseph Kantor, Paul
^evrant, Leonard Berg. Jay
^-rystol and Jerry Berkowitz.
Additional Purim poems and re-
flations completed the program.
naman tashen were served to
ie entire school by our P.T.A.
Sabbath eve services Friday at
8 p. m. Sermon subject: "Out of
Luck."
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m. Assembly 11:30 a. m.
Youth Club Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood social for men and
women Monday at 8 p. m.
Sewing for the American Red
Cross, British War Relief Society,
Bundles for America, etc.. Wed-
nesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Temple Emanu-El is a liberal
Synagogue serving Hollywood as
well as Fort Lauderdale and all
of Broward County, Florida.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2 1173
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1131 S. \V. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
We
Sisterhood
hope you already have
rrt for the Sisterhood card
?i? y- be held ths Tuesday at
" Victor Hotel Patio at 1:30.
"<" expect a large attendance,
and hope to refill our exhausted
jE2&\ Won't you help us and
yourself, to a good time?
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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
6.15 p. m.
Community Chest Sabbath
At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct and Cantor Marbein
will chant. This Friday evening
has been designated as "Com-
munity Chest Sabbath." It is the
duty of every loyal resident of
Greater Miami to do his share
by contributing proportionately
to the annual campaign of our
Community Chest which starts
officially this week. During the
services this Friday evening, Isi-
dor Cohen, well known pioneer
of this area and a member of the
administrative board, and official
representative of the Chest, will
speak on the subject, "We Shall
Not Fail."
There will be no solicitation of
funds during the services but an
interpretation of the growth of
Greater Miami and its relation-
ship to the Community Chest.
An Oneg Shabbos in the audito-
rium immediately after the ser-
vices arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Dickson in honor of their
son Bernard's birthday.
Shabbos Ha-Chodesh
This Sabbath is known as
"Shabbos Ha-Chodesh." During
the services the Rabbi will speak
briefly in Yiddish. He will dis-
i cuss the subject. "NissanThe
Month of Victory."
Junior congregational services
will be conducted by members of
the Junior congregation at 10:30.
Men In Service
We wish to advise our many
members who have sons in the
armed forces of our country to
please contact our secretary. H
Simons, 2-3151. Several of our
boys of whom we have a record
are being advised that we have
gladly included them in our mem-
bership and that they will receive
all information and news from
home concerning activities in Mi-
ami. A membership card will be
mailed to them. Please phone the
secretary's office if your son is
in service.
In Memonum
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose names are
inscribed 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: Eliah Lazarus:
Yitzchock, Isaac, father of Mrs.
Louis Weinkle; Chave, mother of
Mrs Frances Berman; Sorah, in
memory of Sarah Afremow.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Jewish Hour over WIOD
this Sunday afternoon from 4:30
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MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRATE*
230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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 o'clock
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on
the subject "The New Deal and
The New Moon." Cantor Josef
S. Lengyel will officiate with the
Jewish Center Choir. Edith Free-
man assisting. Dr. A. L. La
LHD of Chicago, will lecture on
Saturday morning on the topic,
"Israel's Divine Destiny." A
children's kiddush w I be s rv< d
at noon in the Sue Ones
Sabbath will i e cell I at i>
P. M. following the
brew Prophetic Text study class.
Frankel Bar Mitzvah
Marvin, the son of President
and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel. cele-
brated his bar mitzvah last Sat-
urday morning. A congregation
of almost eight hundred attend-
ed. Dr. Samuel Bension and
Cantor Kapov-Kagan officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankel spread a
buffet luncheon to the community
at the reception which followed
immediately after the services at
the patio. Many telegrams of
congratulations were received.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankel take this
opportunity to acknowledge the
many expressions of good will
which were extended to them on
the occasion. Relatives from New
York attended.
Tablet Unveiling
The unveiling of the Memorial
Tablets will take place with a
beautiful, impressive and elabor-
ate ceremonial in which Dr. Ben-
sion, Rabbi Spitz, Cantor Leng-
yel and the choir, and the fami-
lies of the deceased whose names
appear on the Memorial Tablet
will participate. Linked with
this ceremony will also be the
celebration of a Siyum Hasefer,
the acceptance of a new scroll of
the Torah from Mr. and Mrs.
William Weinberger in memory
of their daughter, Ida. All are
welcome to attend.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood had a very fine
Purim program which was at-
tended by upwards of three hun-
dred guests who were served
Purimdig refreshments. Presi-
dent Helen Schoenfeld introduced
Mrs. Louis Ginsberg, wife of
Prof. Louis Ginsberg, as the guest
of honor for the evening. Cultur-
al chairlady, Mrs. Ben Marbach,
carried out an interesting pro-
gram which included Mrs. Leon
Spitz, talk; Miss Dorothy Light-
man, readings, and Miss Ethel
Barron, banjo and singer. The
Sisterhood announces a Donors
Garden Party at the Blackstone
Hotel on Thursday evening,
March 26th. The Sisterhood will
also participate in welcoming the
U. S. service men both to the
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Congregation Gates of Prayer
located at 230 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, continues its vast
membership drive and expects to
reach its quota soon.
The congregation, which is un-
der the spiritual leadership of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, has I
established a special Passover
fund which will be used for the
purpose of distributing food to
the poor and needy during the
Passover holiday. Contributions
have already come in and the
fund will be able to serve a bene-
ficial purpose in the community.
Rabbi Rackovsky will address
the congregation this coming
Sabbath morning on the theme,
"Specialties," with reference to
the portion of the week. Services
are being held daily each morning
and evening at the congregation.
*'* LIKES YOU
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi
H21 s w. Htn Terrace
I'hone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
TEMPLE ISRAEL
127 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB 11. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COUftAN A. ZWITMAN.
6400 LaUorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
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
There are countless ways in
which we can serve our glorious
country in these trying days.
Whatever we can do for both the
men in service as well as for civ-
ilian morale is of utmost import-
ance. We therefore applaud the
stand of the committee in charge
of our ball who have extended a
most sincere invitation to all Jew-
ish service men in this area, to
be guests of honor at our forth-
coming Purim ball.
Eleventh Annual Purim Ball
The Eleventh Annual Purim
Ball of our congregation promises
to be one of the most outstanding
events ever undertaken by our
synagogue. Mr. Nathan Gins-
burg, chairman of arrangements,
is bending every effort to assure
every one present of a most en-
joyable time. Sidney Rose and
his continental band will provide
excellent dance music and a most
splendid program of entertain-
ment will be provided by Miss
Phyllis Schulman our own bril-
liant singer, who will be accom-
panied by a troup of excellent
artists featuring Bobby Jones,
the world's youngest master of
ceremonies, and several other star
performers.
The following committee has
been named. Reception commit-
tee: Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs.
Harold Kern and Mrs. Harry
Schulman: entertainment: Harry
Schulman. Meyer Cohen and Ar-
thur Rifas; refreshments: Mrs.
Jacob Soffer, Mrs. R. Eisenstadt,
Mrs. A. Sackovitz, Mrs. A. I. Or-
lansky, and Mrs. S. Geltner;
tickets: Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs.
John C. Temple and Mrs. S.
Holczer; gifts, Mrs. N. Levine.
Mrs. R. Neuman, and Mrs. Sarah
Alber. A special feature of the
event will be a dance contest.
The affair will take place in the
Grand Ballroom of the Miami
Women's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore
Drive, March 18th.
Refuo Shlemo
We pray for the speedy recov-
ery of our dear brother, Maurice
Tarols, who is recovering from a
serious operation in Jackson Me-
morial Hospital.
Path of Sorrows
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the untimely passing of our
dear brother, Harry Michaels,
Olov Hasholom and we beg to
extend to his dear ones our deep-
est sympathy.
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
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-
pathetlc hearing and advice, and,
needless t. aay, each matter will be
held in st: let conf l< re,
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 13th, at
8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman will speak on the sub-
ject, "The Religion of Japan," be-
ing the first in a series of ad-
dresses on the theme of "Shinto-
ism versus Hebraism." The mu-
sical service will be rendered by
the Temple Israel Choir. A re-
ception for worshipers will be
given by the Sisterhood after the
services.
Lectures on the Far East
The actions of the Japanese
government in the war of the Pa-
cific turn our attention to the re-
ligion of these people, now wor-
shiping the State and obeying
the impulse toward aggression
urged upon them by their mili-
tary leaders. What is the Shinto
religion, which is the State re-
ligion of the Nipponese empire?
What kind of ethics do the people
follow? How much has China in-
fluenced Japan? How much of
Buddhism is prevalent in Jap-
anese life?
Sabbath Morning Service
Saturday morning, March 14,
11:00 o'clock. Torah reading and
interpretation of Biblical portion
in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwit-
man. Readers: Bart Cohen, Mar-
jory Freedman, Dorothy Gold-
stein, Barbara Gordon and Mil-
dred Greenberg.
Congratulations
Temple Israel and all its affil-
iate organizations, extend their
heartiest congratulations:
To Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sper-
ling upon the occasion of the birth
of their granddaughter, Frances
Elaine;; to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff upon the occasion of
the birth of their daughter, Shir-
na; to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barken
upon the occasion of the birth of
their son; to Dr. and Mrs. Jacob
H. Kaplan upon the occasion of
the engagement of their nephew;
to Dr. F. H. Kauders upon the
occasion of his engagement to
Miss Phyllis Salter; to Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Davis upon the oc-
casion of the engagement of their
son; to Joseph I. Davis upon the
occasion of his engagement to
Miss Felice Shreter.
Passover Seder Reservations
Due to the annual over-sub-
scription at the Temple Passover
Seder, wo advise our members to
send in their reservations for this
spiritual and social event as soon
as possible.
The Seder will take place on
Wednesday evening. April 1st. at
6:30 o'clock in Kaplan Hall, under
Sisterhood sponsorship.
The SisVrhood committee in
charge of the Seder dinner will
be listed in next week's Temple
Bulletin. In the meantime, make
your inquiries and reservations by
writing to. or calling, the Temple
office. Reservations should be
accompanied by check.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday
evening, the memory of the fol-
lowing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Herman Tu-
nick, brother of Samuel Tunick.
Yahrzeits: Lena Pearlman,
mother of Jules Pearlman; Har-
old Pearlman, father of Jules
Pearlman; Emil Davis, father of
Mrs. Myron M. Newman; Freder-
ick Scheuer, brother of Albert
Scheurer; Bertha Binswanger,
mother of Mrs. Blanche Rosen-
dorf; Riza Whitelaw, mother of
Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy; Alexand-
er Samuel Zucker, husband of
Mrs. Jessie Zucker, and father of
Mrs. Jules Pearlman.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1943
BETH I A C O
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Junior Congregation
In honor of Jack Feit's bar
mitzva, our Junior congregation
joined the regular service in our
synagogue building last week.
We enjoyed hearing their young
voices and their earnest praying.
Jack did a wonderful job acting
as Chazan for the morning ser-
vice, reading from the Torah,
singing his Haftorah, and deliv-
ering an address in Yiddish, He-
brew and English that was a
masterpiece.
Junior services will continue
to be held each Saturday morning
at 9 in our Community Building
under the leadership of A. Los-
kove. All boys and girls are wel-
come. Our Sisterhood serves re-
freshments after the service.
Minnionaires
During the winter our Minnion-
aires have learned a great deal.
They meet each Sunday at 9:00
a. m. to conduct their own service
in Taliss and Tefillin under the
leadership of Mr. Loskove. They
invite all boys thirteen and over
to join them in prayer and at the
breakfast table. It's a wonder-
ful institution. We can't begin
to mention how many people have
been inspired by a visit.
Mizrachi Package Party
Everybody enjoys a package
party. Everyone likes a birth-
day party. We shall have both
in one this Saturday night at 9
o'clock when our men and wo-
men Mizrachi organizations cele-
brate their third anniversary.
Your admissiona package. Your
returna wonderful evening.
Women's Home Defense
Our Women's Home Defense
Club meets Wednesdays at 8:30.
They are running a card party at
the Betsy Ross Hotel Wednesday,
TROPICAL PARK
Four of the six stake races to
be offered during Tropical Park's
MarchApril 10th meeting, will
be "aired" via National Broad-
casting Company's Network. This
announcement was made here to-
day by the Gables Racing Assoc-
iation's department of public re-
lations.
Broadcasting from Tropical
Park over a national hookup is
an innovation introduced at the
beginning of the current season
of Florida racing by the new
owners of the course.
commendation from all parts of
the country demonstrated the
popularity of the programs, and
were responsible for the decision
to continue them through the
second meeting.
Orville Revelle, sports announ-
cer for the Miami Beach station,
WKAT, through whlcn the Tropi-
cal Park broadcasts will origin-
ate, will describe the running of
the specials, with Russell Oakes,
veteran writer, columnist and ra-
dio racing commentator, hand-
ling the "color." Revelle will
work from a booth atop the
grandstand, with Oakes working
either in the winner's circle, or .
in the president's box in the club- will
made
and upward. The third program
will carry a description of the
runningTf the $5,000 added s.x-
furlong De Soto Handicap for
3-year-olds and upward, to be
run on Saturday, March 28th. On
Saturday, April 4th the broad-
cast series will conclude with the
running of the $5,000 added, rn.le-
and-one-sixteenth Ponce de Leon
Handicap, for 3-year-olds and
upward. ,
Since the Tropical Park stakes
have drawn far better horses
than ever before have raced over
the course, it is expected that the
broadcasts will win many new
listeners and enjoy growing pop-
ularity. ...
During the first meeting of the
season at Tropical Park, the ra-
dio broadcasts started at 4:JO
o'clock. At the coming meeting,
the programs will start at 4:45 p.
m., and conclude at 5 p. m. Be-
. tween 65 and 85 major stations
TenerTo. scattered throughout the United
Letters OI. ... ____,, .., Tmmra
States, will carry
Park programs.
the Tropical
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
MANY JEWS ARE MURDERED
SINCE NAZIS TOOK SERBIA
house.
The first of the broadcasts will
be staged on Saturday. March
14th, when the Orange Blossom
M^TIth^d^'doYrS'r^t; Stakes, $2,500 added four-fur-
deal of defense work. We are lng test for 2-year-old colts and
proud of their activity.
PSJgUST BROsTlijS?
l** Is the HESTf V,
geldings will be the program's
headliner. On Saturday, March
21st, the broadcast will center
around the running of the $7,500
added, mile-and-a-furlong Coral
Gables Handicap, for 3-year-olds
Istanbul (WNS) More than
10,000 Jews in Serbia and 4,000
in Croatia have been ruthlessly
murdered since Nazi armies in-
vaded and dismembered Yugo-
slavia, according to Jewish refu-
gees who arrived here this week
after escaping from Nazi-occupied
countries.
The refugees reported mass
killings of Jews in Belgrade and
Sarajevo with Nazi troops kill-
ing, looting and plundering at
Nazi officials, they said.
no attempt to discipline
their men and frequently en-
couraged outrages against the
Jewish civilian population.
In addition to the beatings and
killings, the refugees declared,
the Nazi occupation forces, aided
by anti-Semitic Croatians, sys-
tematically robbed the Jews of
all their property through whole-
sale confiscations and liquidation
of Jewish-owned property.
Formal OPENING
Saturday Evening, March 14th
In Our Newly Constructed Modern and Sanitary Home
MIAMI KOSHER MARKET
2011 S. W. 8th Street-Phone 3-2297
With a Complete Line of
Kosher Western Prime Meats and Selected Poultry
IRVING LEOPOLD and DAVE KLEBER
AT YOUR SERVICE
Courteous Attention Phone 3-2297 Prompt Service
LOCATED ON THE 1 AMI AMI TRAIL
We are proud to have participated in the erection of the new home of the
MIAMI KOSHER MARKET
Fleeman Construction Company
HEN FLEEMAN
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
American Bank Bldg.
Phone 3-6088
PLUMBING T|LE
FIXZIT SYSTEM TAMIAMI TILE CO
1114 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6195 1106 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6758
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK REFRIGERATlflK
GORDON ROOFING & SHEET DADE REFRIGERATING CO
METAL WORKS Incorporated
1515 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-8279 1798 N. W. 20th St. Phone 2-7868
Rumor-Mongering
President Roosevelt in his
speech recently struck an import-
ant note when he spoke about
rumor-spreading Probably
every American, who had thought
he had at one time or another a
"scoop" that his neighbors hadn't
heard, felt a twinge of guilt at
the president's words Rumor-
spreading is a swell technique of
Nazi propaganda artists ... It is
designed among other things to
create fear among the civilian
population ... We already know
how it has worked to create dis-
unity by spreading lies about
Jews and Catholics ... It is also
intended to create dissatisfaction
with the present administration,
and even with the type of govern-
ment we enjoy.
If a rumor hasn't come from an
official source, don't repeat it .
If it's not been printed in your
local newspaper, discount it or
forget it We are all familiar
with the way a story builds up
as it is gossiped from first to
second to third to fourth hand.
Joe Doakes cuts his finger with a
knife His wife mentions it
casually to a neighbor ... A half
hour later, a horseshoe of flowers
arrives for him with R. I. P. on it
and a note of condolence ad-
dressed to Mrs. Doakes.
So let us not aid the enemy,
even if it means that we get
some news a day or two later .
At least it will be accurate and
we won't be spreading a dozen
false stories for every real one
that comes our way.
How About It?
Thirty years ago at a conven-
tion in Detroit it was the B'nai
B'rith leadership that had the
vision and foresight to organize
the Anti-Defamation League .
In the intervening years the ADI,
has grown and developed as the
civic-protective arm of the Jew-
ish community in America .
And although the ADL does not
serve exclusively the B'nai B'rith
the Order's keymen in over 500
communities have been the back-
bone for anti-defamation work.
The ADL is only one of the
many reasons why membership
drives such as the one now being
conducted locally by Sholem
Lodge are of the utmost import-
ance to the survival of the Jews.
Harold Turk, membership chair-
man, and his committee are striv-
ing to enroll at lepst 150 men for
initiation by the degree team in
April Sholem Lodge needs
your membership and your par-
ticipation How about it?
MIAMI
JEWISH
BEACH
CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5,
Seders and to the Saturday night
dances. 6"
Patriotic Activity
Arrangements are being made
for all the Jewish men in the c7
det Air School to be guests of
The Miami Beach Jewish Center
at its seders on Pesach night/
The invitation has been tendered
and accepted by the commanding
officers. The Sisterhood is ai
so joining with the Center Social
League in conducting Saturdav
night dances, free to service men
at the Center Patio, weekly.
Religious School Election
The Religious School held an
enthusiastic election at last Sun-
day's assembly which elected the
following: President, Harold Her-
man; vice president, Marcia Han-
koff; recording secretary, Stanley
Lubman; corresponding secretary
Joan Brick; treasurer, David
Glotzer; assistant treasurer, Tema
Rubinstein.
Purim Response Generous
Last Purim night in response to
the warm appeal made by Dr
Bension, contributions totalling
$500 were made which will be
devoted to the Miami Beach Jew-
ish Center Charity Fund.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
to 5 o'clock. He will discuss the
subject, "Unity in Crisis." Can-
tor Henry Marbein will be in
charge of the musical program.
Sisterhood Meeting
The regular monthly meeting of
the Sisterhood will be held Wed-
nesday afternoon, March 18 at
2:30 o'clock at Beth David audi-
torium. Reports of Purim ball
and concert will be givea
An unique program will be pre-
sented which will include a play-
let entitled "Why Should I Join
A Sisterhood," with members of
the Sisterhood participating. Al-
so a talk by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
president of the State Rabbinical
Association, and Meyer Green-
berg in a few appropriate vocal
selections.
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF'HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
KEEP 'EM FLYINGBy buy-
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PJUDAY, MARCH 13, 1942
STRICTLY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
G Robinson, who looks a little
]jkc Lord Beaverbrook, may be
starred in a screen biography of
the British Peer Robinson, in-
cidentally, is credited with the
following nifty: "By the time
we're through with the Axis,
Berlin will be only the name of
a man who wrote 'God Bless
America,' and Rome only the
name of a man who wrote
Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones'."
ABOUT PEOPLE
If you've been wondering what
has happened to Ben Cohen, of
Washington's one-time Corcoran-
Cohcn combination, please note
that Ben is coordinator of infor-
mation in Col. Donovan's office.
Our deepest sympathy to Isaac
Carmel. that indefatigable Zion-
ist worker, on the loss of his
charming daughter, Mrs. Rae
Bader, who passed away so sud-
denly Rae was an accom-
plish, (1 pianist, and a very sweet
and unassuming young woman.
Detroit's Phil Slomovitz is be-
coming the editor of his city's
new English-Jewish weekly, the
Detroit Jewish News Phil, as
you should know, having served
the Detroit Jewish Chronicle for
nearly two decades Congratu-
Jbnilft IkiiUtr
PAGE SEVEN
lations to Cleveland on having
Dr. Jerome Gross as one of its
citizens ... A surgeon by profes-
sion, the doctor is such an excel-
lent violinist that people flock to
his rare recitals ... He recently
made his New York debut in a
concert for the benefit of the
American Hospital in Britain, and
was quite well received by Goth-
am's hard-boiled music critics.
GRAND OPERA IN COSTUME
AT TEMPLE THEATRE SUNDAY
This coming Sunday, March
15th at 8.30 p. m. a grand opera
concert in costumes will take
place at the Temple Theatre, 471
N. W. 3rd Street, Miami. The
stars are well established and
recognized artists who have ap-
peared with the leading opera
houses of Europe and America.
Madame Stella Marbiny, col-
oratura soprano, protege of the
late Luisa Tetrazinni and posses-
sor of Tetrazinni's opera cos-
tumes, will appear in some of
them. H. Marbiny-Marbein, ten-
or, who has sung on the great
concert stages of Paris, Geneva,
Switzerland and Carnegie Hall in
New York, etc., will be heard in
various arias and duets taken
from the operas Pagliacci, Aida,
Lucia, La Traviata, Barber of
Seville, Carmen, LaJuive. Lakme
together with madame Marbiny.
According to the active chair-
men of this affair Mrs. J. M. Fine
and Mrs. I. Cohen, the ticket
sale is rapid and the sponsor of
this affair, the Beth David Sis-
terhood, urges advance purchase
of seats, which are all reserved.
Part proceeds will be given to the
Blood Bank of Dade County. For
Reservations call 2-1473 or 3-8172
or 5-4443.
BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO
HAVE FINE SCHEDULE FOR
LAST DAYSJFJACE MEET
An excetionally fine schedule
of greyhound racing looms for
Biscayne Kennel Club patrons as
the second half of the current
meet gets under way.
Two track championships were
decided earlier this week and
the third, the long Biscayne
course championship, is to be run
on Saturday night. Glen Hadley's
Roanoke Rambler won the sprint
championship over the futurity
route on Monday and Lew Ran-
dall's Glenmar won the 5-16th
title on Wednesday.
Next week the first of two
Biscayne Puppy Stakes events
will be run with eliminations de-
termining the field for the finals
of the first division which will
be only for pups that started their
racing career this season at Bis-
cayne. The first elimination has
been scheduled for Tuesday night
and the final will be on Friday.
Attendance at Biscayne while
slightly below that of last year
has been maintaining a steady
level but it expected to set new
records during the closing week
as it will be the only dog track
in operation at that time.
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The Completion of Miami Home Milk Producers Association's
new plant at N. W. 7th Avenue and 24th Street
The ultra-modern, streamline, new plant of the Miami Home
Milk Producers Association, is not just cement steel, architec-
ture, location, machinery and modern methods, it is in truth
the reward for years of right practice and honest service given
to thousands of satisfied customers.
In addition to Grade A Pasteurised Milk. Home Milk
also supplies Homogenized Milk, Buttermilk, Soy Acido-
philus. Cream, Sour Cream. Butter, Cottage Cheese and
Ice Cream, all produced from quality bases, with the
same vigilant regard for the health and satisfaction of
customers.
Beginning in the pastures, food lots, and the milking barns of
the members of this modern, co-operative association, meticu-
lous care is given to healthy, disease-free cows, right feeds
and right practices in the handling of milk at the points of
origin. Modern, sanitary and fast equipment transport all
milk to this currently-ultimate plant, where the milk you
obtain from Home Milk, is not touched by human hands en
route to your consumption point.
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Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year,
you will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when
these delicious and wholesome necessities will be made avail-
able to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties.
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the
idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy
Products is offered to you. This service is an appreciation of
the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is ob-
served with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of:
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Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach
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NOTES
By AL GREEN
21 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-7696
Miami
813 Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 613
Fort Lauderdale
Last Tuesday night more than
200 members of B'nai B'rith and
the Ladies' Auxiliary sat en-
thralled in the luxuriously ap-
gointed hall of the new Miami
each Elks Club and listened to
the message presented by our
District President Edward Ros-
enbloom and District Secretary
Julian Fisher.
Afterwards it was noted that
more than a score of people com-
mented that Tuesday's meeting
was one of the finest held in a
long time. Brother Rosenbloom
in his stirring address, spoke of
"The Changing World.' His
message exemplified the spirit of
American Jewry in time of war.
He pointed out that in spite of
enemy propaganda to the con-
trary the American Jews are
sending their boys to the front
and are participating in all types
of defense activities.
Brother Rosenbloom, with a
background of seven years spent
in eastern Europe in refugee
work, told of the conditions in
Europe at the present time. The
responsibility of keeping what
we know as civilization lies only
with our country. Not only are
we in this fight to save ourselves
but the rest of civilization is de-
pendent on the United States.
Brother Julian Fisher, who was
introduced by a fellow Virginian,
Brother Ike Levin, told why B'nai
B'rith had grown from a hand-
ful of men to a membership of ov-
er 250,000 men, women and child-
ren. The highlight of his talk
was the statement that B'nai
B'rith offers the members an op-
portunity to do something worth
while. It is the only Jewish or-
ganization mindful of the needs
of our country.
His message was particularly
inspiring in view of our present
membership campaign under the
chairmanship of Brother Harold
Turk.
It was announced at Tuesday's
supper, before the meeting, that
in commemoration of Brother
Sol Goldstrom's fifty years as
an active Ben B'rith, the April
initiation class will be named in
his honor. It is the intention of
the membership committee to ob-
tain at least 150 new members.
Certainly it should be an inspira-
tion to each member of our lodge
to get at least one new member
in deference to Brother Sol
Goldstrom. Let's make it the
largest initiation class in our his-
tory. Just think, we have a man
in our midst who has been a
member of our Lodge since 1892
and he has never failed to do his
part when called upon these en-
tire fifty years. You can now do
your part by getting at least one
new member in honor of the un-
selfish devotion of Brother Sol
Goldstrom.
Here is some social news. Our
entertainment committee under
the chairmanship of Brother Al
Pallot, announces that there will
be a dinner dance at the Latin
Quarter on March 29th, formal
preferred. Tickets are S5.00 per
couple and they may be obtained
at the office or from Brothers Al
Pallot or Sam Silver. This dance
is for the worthy cause of Hillel
with $1.50 of each ticket going
to this cause.
Not only will you have a pleas-
ant evening at the Latin Quarter
but you can enjoy their regular
show at half the usual cost. All
members are urged to attend.
Brother Louis Hyman reports
that for the first time the Stu-
dent Seder to be held in Beth
David Synagogue April 3rd will
be open to the members of B'nai
B'rith. Seating capacity is lim-
ited and if you desire to attend
please call him at once for res-
ervations. Plates are $2.50 each.
It is good to hear from Brother
Carl Weinkle that his bond cam-
paign committee have already
raised over $70,000 through the
sale of Defense Bonds.
At the close of Tuesday's meet-
ing, at the suggestion of Brother
Goldstein, the members present
pledged $8,000 additional. Ev-
eryone is purchasing bonds.
When you buy bonds, please call
Brother Carl Weinkle or B'nai
B'rith office and advise them the
quantity so that we can keep a
record of the purchases of our
members.
Let your answer to bombs be
bonds, enlist your dollars for de-
fense. Back our armed forces
and protect your own life with
every dollar you can.
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Have you bought your De-
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At the last meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Women's Auxiliary held
at the home of Mrs. Ruth Mazur
in Hollywood, it was decided
upon to send checks to Hillel
Foundation of Gainesville for the
furnishing of a room, also check
to the Community Chest of Brow-
ard County and the purchase of
a $50.00 Defense Bond.
Mrs. Jack Dresnick of Holly-
wood was elected to succeed Mrs.
William Pallott as treasurer and
Mrs. Gertrude Wolk succeeds
Mrs. Robert Rosen of Hollywood
as secretary.
The next Social for men and
women will be held on March
19th at the home of Mrs. Hannah
Norman, 409 N. E. River Drive
in Fort Lauderdale.
THE
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FRIDAY, MARCH 13,
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The "Y" in Defense
Arrangements are now being
made by the Y for the celebration
of Passover by the Jewish ser-
vice men. members of the Civil-
ian Conservation Corps and dis-
abled veterans residing in this
district. Passover this year be-
gin;-, with sunset. Wednesday.
April 1. and ends with sunset
Thursday. April 9. 1942. Al-
though the war and navy depart-
ments have been requested to
grant furloughs for the first two
days of the holiday, because of
the present emergency, no defin-
ite ruling has been received and
the men may be restricted to the
immediate vicinity of their posts.
7, attracted a very large crowd
of men in uniform in this area.
One of the unique features of
the affair held this time has the
fact that six sailors had received
shore leave for the first time in
ten months. Prizes were donated
by the Girl's Progressive Club of
the Y and Mrs. Ida Optner. The
next dance for service men will
be held on Saturday. March 21.
Mrs. Florence Hacker, chairman,
announces that the hostesses for
the last dance were Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer, Mrs. Ethel Grossman,
Mrs. Abe Goldman and Mrs. Her-
man Slepian.
Red Cross Classes
Mrs. Essie Schaffer. our in-
structor in First Aid, wishes to
announce that no new civilian
first aid classes are being formed
presently because of the fact thai
all efforts are concentrated on
national defense. .Notice of new
classes will come directly from
the main office of the Red Cross.
This statement is to avoid any
apparent misunderstanding on the
A survey is now being made | part of prospective candidates for
by -Mr. Grossman, executive di- these classes.
rector, in cooperation with the 4179 Persons Partake in Activities
Dade County Defense Council. to| at "Y" for February
determine the number of Jewish The monthly statistical report
service men in this area. As soon from the V lor tho month of
as this census is completed, our February has just been released
arran I > will in made either by Maurice Grossman, executive
for a community sedar or to director. It shows a total of 4179
place these men in private homes. I persons of all ages partook in
In the meantime, if you wish to activities at the Y during that
have some service men for the month. This is divided as fol-
sedar, pleasi call up the Y and lows: Athletics: adults, 1174;
say so. boys and girls 16 to 21, 221; boys
Service Men's Dance and girls under lti. 42"). Cultural:
The last Service Men"s Dance adults. 212: 16 to 21, 203; under
held on Saturday evening, March 16. 533. Social: adults. 790: lb
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The Ahmy's
One of the fastest growing
groups in the Y. M. H. A. is the
newly formed girls' group known
as the Ahmy's. This group is
composed of girls between the
ages of 13 and 16 and is under
the sponsorship of Miss Shirley
Rothschild, secretary to the ex-
ecutive director. So successful
has this group been, that it will
be necessary to limit the mem-
bership very shortly. The main
projects of this group are ath-
letics" and social service work.
Y. W. H. A.
Mrs. Joel Below chairman of
the Book of the Month Club oi
the Y. W. H. A., announces that
a unique meeting will take place
iesday evening. March 25.
This will be known as "an i
ning with members and
books." Ten three minute re-
views will be given by various
members in a round table con-
ference. Each member will re-
view one book in a three-minute
talk, after which the matter will
be discussed informally. This is
the first time in the history of
the Y that such a novel meeting
has been held, and all meml i rrs
are looking forward toward that
meeting. More details will be
given in these columns next
week.
Senior Men's Group to Hold
Novel Meeting
Have you ever heard of a stag
card party ? We haven't either,
but we are going to have on< Al
Pailot and Jack Apte, co-chair-
men of the meetings committee.
are making plans for this novel
feature. More details lati I
Bowling
Tho winter bowling league of
the Y. M. H. A. ended on Febru-
ary 26th with the team ol Al
Berkowitz finishing on top. fol-
lowed by the Schwartz team in
the runner-up position and S.
Seitlin in the show spot.
There were fifty men partici-
pating in the league, which con-
sisted of eight teams, and it was
decided that instead of the usual
trophies that are given at the
termination of this bowling
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M. Milstein had high set as well
as high average, and it might be
well to note that the 108 average
is the highest that anyone has
ever finished with in all the
leagues that the Y has held. The
high individual game was award-
ed to H. Levinson who just got by
on the skin of his teeth as quite
a few of the bowlers were knock-
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them only fell one pin short.
At this writing the exact spot
for the bowling banquet has not
been decided on but I am quite
sure that it will be held in the
near future so that the prizes can
be awarded to the top three
teams as well as to the top five
high average bowlers. The date
for the start of the new league
will also be discussed and settled
at the banquet so we urge that
all bowlers or those interested in
bowling attend the banquet.
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1> -\ PAGE TWO Jmistflcrldtat^ FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1943 Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Miss Esther Shochct returned to the city after spending several weeks visiting in Atlanta, Ga. • • • Miss Mildred Bcrkowitz returned to the city after spending the weekend in Jacksonivlle. • • • J Mr. Murray Kaufman returned to New York after a ten day visit with his wife and family at the Milburn Hotel. • • • Miss Bcrnadine Roth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth, arrived from Washington. D. C. Sundav for a two weeks vacation. • • • Private Bernard Serkin. returned to Ft. Benning. Ga. Wednesday after spending several clays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin. • • Mrs. Harry Shevack of New York is visiting her son and daughter-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Shevack of Miami Beach for several weeks. • • • Lieutenant Abbott Peterson. Naval Chaplain at Opa Loeka, will be the guest speaker on the Miami Round Table. Saturday evening. March 14th at 9:30 p. m. over Station WIOD. Lieutenant Peterson. Father D. Sullivan. Rev. Roger Squire and Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will disj cuss the subject "Religion and the Armed Forces." BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff announce the birth of their daughter. Shirna at Jackson Memorial Hospital last Sunday. • • • „ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rosenbaum announce the birth of their son, David Eugene, on March 1st at Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rosenbaum is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Day J. Apte. MARRIAGES DEATHS Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Riverside Memorial Chapel for Mike Friedman. 2248 S. W. 18th Street, who passed away at his home Tuesday. Burial took place at Mt. Nebo cemetery' With Rabbi Samuel Bension officiating. Survivors are the widow. Lillian, and a daughter. Marjorie. The marriage of Gertrude Hyde, daughter of "£*"* Hyde, to Mr. Ernest Gunzburg. was an event of Sunday. March 1st at a private ceremony performed by Rabbi Max Shap.ro. Members of the family present were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGED I THE -V nnsH utd under management of THE NASH FAMILY 1120 COLLINS AVENUE now accepting reservations for Sader Nights and PASSOVER HOLIDAYS 1M X Special Seder Services Conducted in True Traditional Manner Observe the Holiday in Home Like Atmosphere For Reservations Phone 5-464 1 Mrs. Emma Meyer has announced the engagement of her granddaughter. Felice Schretcr. to Joseph I Davis, local attorney and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Davis. No date has been set for the wedding. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Herman E. Tupper. formerly of New York and now of Miami Beach, announced the engagement of their daughter. Leona, to Herman Blumenkranz. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Blumcnkranz of Miami Beach, Tuesday evening at a dinner at the Lord Tarleton Hotel. Miss Tupper graduated from the schools of New York and attended New York University. Mr. Blumcnkranz graduated from the schools of New York and attended the University of Miami. He is now associated with the Milburn Hotel. MRS. ERNEST GUNZBURG Hvde. brother and sister-in-law of the bride and Miss Hilda Gunzburg. sister of the groom. Mr. Gunzburg is field director of the Florida State Resettlement Committee. • • • With only members of the immediate family present, the marriage of Miss Esther Berlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berlin of Nashville, Term., and Mr. Al. Pearlman, son of Mrs. Pearlman of Chattanooga, Tenn. was solemnized by Rabbi Max Shapiro Tuesday evening. The wedding took place at the home of the bride"s uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Serkin. The couple will reside m Detroit, Michigan. Irving Ginsberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ginsberg, and member of the freshman and sophmore debating team of the University of Florida, returned from a weeks visit through Georgia. j The team was successful in every debate on its tour. Buy your Defense Bonds and Stamps and help to keep the armed forces of this nation supplied with the arms and equipmeent needed to win this war. ORGANIZATIONS Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish Welfare Bureau, will hold election of officers at their meeting Monday. March 16th at 2 p m. at the home of Mrs. Albert E. Roscnhal. 1031 S. W. 23rd Avenue. • • • Newly elected officers of the Liberte Sorority are Rita Abrevayo. president; Bcrnice Dacks, vice president; Sunshine Fagan, secretary and treasurer; Esther Arginter. publicity chairman; Marilyn Pollack, pledge captain Pledges include Leah Aronoff, Arlene Kleber and Shirley Bernstein. • • • The Eleventh Annual Purim Ball sponsored by the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will take place Wednesday, March 18th at the Miami Woman's Club, 1737 N. Bayshore Drive. Sidney Rose and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. Mr. Nathan Ginsburg is in charge of arrangements. • • • • Prof. William H. McMastcr of the University of Miami, will address the Spinoza Forum, this Saturday afternoon. 3:30 p. m. History of the Bible. Monday morning. 10:45 Edward Clarke will give the second lecture on the Great Beethoven. Tuesday evening 8:45 Dr. Samuel Bension, of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will speak at the Spinoza Forum on: "Palestine Today." • • • Tuesday. March 17th at 8:30 sharp, a lecture forum will be held at the Hotel Evans in Miami Beach. Mr. Lawrence Schlechter. world-wide traveller and famous lecturer who conducts the discussions at the Hotel Evans every Tuesday night, has invited Francis P. Locke, distinguished editorial columnist of the Miami Daily News, as guest lor the evening and will talk on the topic: "The World War." The public is invited. • • • Miss Helen Muir, Miami Herald columnist, will be the guest speaker at the Forum of the National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, March 13th, 2 p. m. at the Miami Beach Elks' Club. Miss Muir will speak about interesting people she has known. Miss Florence Crorner will give a reading from "R. becca." The Consumer ln ter est program will be conducted by Mrs. Harry Marcus. Chair. man of the day will be Mrs. Har old Rand. A survey will be con ducted by the Forum Committee to determine the interests of those attending Forum. • • • On March 23rd the Miami Chapter of Women's Division American Jewish Congress will hold their first annual donor luncheon. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, chairman, 9-2216 or Mrs. L. Glasser, co-chairman, 5.4460' Mrs. Rachel Vixsman. national organization chairman from New York City and one of the early founders of Hadassah, will be guest speaker. Mrs. Moses Krieger, president, is in charge of the program of entertainment Mrs. S. H. Lutsky will serve as toastmistress. J^ *fS This white tucked shirt will look adorable with your checked suit. Size 32 __ $2.98 Other Shirts and Bloueet $3.98 Vary your suit with cool SOFT SHIRTS and make many costumes from one Feminine! 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About sixty Jewish soldiers were guests at the banquet. Friday and Saturday there was an important meeting of the State Defense Council at Rollins University, of which Dr. Kaplan is a member. Vital matters were taken up and decided upon. Friday evening Dr. Kaplan addressed the Jewish Congregation at Orlando on the subject: "The Importance of Dreams in Civilization." In Orlando Rabbi Skop, secretary and treasurer, and Dr. Kaplan, the president of the Rabbinical Association of Florida, arranged a tentative program for the forthcoming meeting in May, which will be held in Orlando. Among the papers to be presented and discussed will be: "The aim of Jewish Religious Services," "Religious and Modem Trends in Modern Hebrew Education," "Hebrew Writers in Palestine and their Message for Jewry," "Jewish Youth in Florida Colleges," "The Place of the Rabbi's wife in the Community. The Kallah Session will present its own Scholarly Discussion. 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FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1943
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
B'nai B'rith
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Notes
BY AL GREEN
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the war-time rol
B'nth activities is
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committee of Bnai
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B'rith "will continue to play a
the expanding war
rts."
These major activities:
1Anti-Defamation League.
2Hillel Foundations.
3A lik A ph.
4Vocational Service Bureau.
The action of the executive
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the future security of the Jews.
'"in addition to the major state-
ment of policy in war tune role
of the four major arms of Bnai
B'rith, the executive comn
ted a seven point w
ice program which provides for.
'_,: ting anj 1 demands
or anv commiti viously
resulting fron
ravages of war.
2Cooperation with the Red
- Army Camp and Hospital
Servi progi
3_: 1] and group war
st rvice actrt ity.
4C war
data.
5C ntinued to
civilian d ,
6Esta
7__Other war 1 activi-
'' _, .
Great pri l< was by
the m l5e
tremendous contributi ns made
by Bnai B'rith ind women
in stimulating tl urchas
Defense Bonds, in the Blood
Donor campaign of Red Cr^ -
iry S 1 in all as
. : civilian >;< fi
We are pleased to present to
you a very fine report by B: th< r
an Adelman concernii
ties of the Royal Pah
B. z. B. Chapters of 1
As B'nai B'rith goes, so
A. Z. A.
On Saturdav night February
21st thi Royal Palm and B. Z. B.
rs : Miami Bi-ach held a
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1
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539 W. Central Avenue
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tii
party in the form of a dance
which took place at the National
Hotel Both organizations turned
out in great number. Refresh-
ments w.re served and a good
time was enjoyed by everyone.
A word of appreciation is be-
fitting to express to the manage-
ment of the National Hotel for
u:: sy and cooperation in
,.- their fine hotel for the
ment or the two Chapters.
On Sunday night. February
22nd. Washington's Birthday, the
Palm Chapter had a get-
ther party at the home of one
- A short business
ting was called to order for
the purpose of initiating new
members and installing the newly
elect< I officers. While the cere-
re very informal yet
were very' impressive and
The reason for its
solemnity was really brought
about because the installing offi-
cer was the outgoing Aleph Go-
dol, Leonard Wallach.
This is mething for the first
FLORIDA BUSINESS
EQUIPMENT CO.
ADDING MACHINE SALES
AND SERVICE
541 W. Central Ph. 5454
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
SWEAT I AULT
ROOFING
SHEET METAL WORK
AIR CONDITIONING
515 Brookhaven Dr. Ph. 5227
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Electrol Oil Burning
Oil Burners Furnaces
Mueller Furnaces
Space Heaters
[ STATE
BEER DISTRIBUTORS
7 N. Parramore Phone 5441
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
ORLANDO
TELEPHONE 9813
TAXI M 3878
CITY GAB CQ..
Incorporated
DAY and NIGHT SERVICE
243 S. Orange Orlando
Tours Careful Drirers
time in A Z A.'s history of Groat
er Miami that the installs.;
was carried out solely by the S
going officers without the assS.
ance of tneir advisors
After the installation, several
members of the Chapter
on the good and welfare of th
organization. And particular
mention and gratitude expre^
to Maurice Cromer and Nathan
Adelman. their advisors. n
A word from the advisor and
that is. in order to have active
A. Z. A. s it is important that we
must have more advisors so that
at every A. Z. A. meeting the'
would be at least one advisor
present. It is the opinion of this
advisor that some of our Ben
B'rith could service Bnai B'rith
best by building a strong A Z A
Helping A. Z. A. todav is build
ing B'nai B'rith for tomorrow
Next B'nai B'rith meetinj
Tuesday 10th, Elks Club, Miami
Beach.
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INC.
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81 E. Robinson Ph. 3751
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
WESTERN AUTO
ACCESSORIES STORE
Largest Auto Accessories Store
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10 W. Church Orlando. Fla,
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411 W. CENTRAL ORLANDO. FLA.
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ORLANDO MATTRESS FACTORY
500 WEST SOUTH ST.
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115 WEST GRANT ORLANDO. FLA.
AMERICAN FIRE & CASUALTY CO.
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PUJDAY, MARCH 6, 1942
*Jewish Fhriclian
PAGE FIFTEEN
UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM PROFESSOR ACCEPTS: BROWARD CO. B'NAI B'RITH
nRlfllNAL MANUSCRIPT OF HEBREW EPIC FROM AUTHOR LODGE HAS TREASURE HUNT
The Broward County Lodge
No. 1438. B'nai B'rith conducted
a successful "Treasure Hunt" din-
ner and dance at the SpOtlite
j Cluii, Hollywood, recently. More
than 300 people attended.
Proceeds are to be donated to
charitable organizations, Hillel
Foundation and Defense work.
Irving Hoffman was chairman.
Abe Tarler Co-chairman and
Hannah Norman headed the
women's division.
Shown, left to right, arc Ben Aronin, Chicago author of the
>brew epic, "The Abramiad," and Dr. Walter J. Fischel, distin-
guished faculty member of tne Hebrew University in Palestine, as
the latter accepted the original parchment manuscript of "The
Abramiad." pages of which can be seen in the above photograph,
Library of the Chicago College of Jewish Studies.
Znrich (WNS)Reform Jews
, in Hungary have eliminated the
playing of organs as their part
of their services in a move aimed
at closer relationship with the
country's orthodox Jewish ele-
ments, according to reports re-
ceived here.
The report said that the Hun-
garian reform Jews had banned
the playing of the organ, except
at weddings, because it consti-
tuted a constant source of fric-
tion between the reform and or-
thodox elements of the Jewish
population, and because of the
extent of the Jewish tragedy
throughout the world.
RENOWNED JOURNALIST TOiRABBI EMERITUS KAPLAN
BE BETH JACOB SPEAKER
Ephraim Kaplan, renowned
journalist, will be the guest
speaker at the Friday night
Forum of the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation this Friday at 9 p. m.
Mr. Kaplan is known to every
Yiddish reading Jew for his fea-
tured articles in the Jewish
Morning Journal, and is admired
by every religious Jew not only
for his writings but for the prom-
inent part he is taking in a num-
ber of national Jewish organiza-
tions.
Mr. Kaplan will speak on
"Aside From the War," and will
be introduced by Rabbi Moses
Mescheloff. He will speak in Yid-
dish,
ADDRESSES UNITARIANS
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel, made
the principal address at the an-
nual dinner of the First Unitar-
ian Church February 25. His
theme was the cooperation shown
by liberal Christian churches
with local Jewish movements.
Mr. Harris L. Selig of New
York, executive director of the
United Yeshivos Foundation,
which provides financial and
educational support to the Jewish
day or parochial schools of
America, is in Miami, to consult
with officials of the newly or-
ganized Rabbi Israel Aaron Yes-
hiva and Parochial School.
St. Augustine, Florida
RIVERSIDE SEA FOOD
MARKET
Prompt Delivery to Homes and
Restaurants
All Sea Foods In Season
158 King Phone 28-29
St. Augustine, Fla.
A. I. HYDEN FUEL OILS
All Grades
Dependable Service
38 Marine Phone 784
St. Augustine, Fla.
BERNARD GINTY
Plumbers 8c Heaters
Phone 30
Let us check upon your
heating plant
St. Augustine, Fla.
HARRIS
SUNDRY STORE
Soda Fountain
183 San Marco Ave.
Phone 300
St. Augustine, Fla.
GEORGE'S MARINE
SHOP
Johnson Outboard Motors
Terms
Marion Street Phone 939-J
St. Augustine, Fla.
BOG BRUNNEY'S
GARAGE
218'/2 King Phone 815
St. Augustine, Fla.
MODERN CLEANERS
Complete Dry Cleaning
and Laundry Service
All Work Guaranteed
167 W. King Phone 54
St. Augustine, Fla.
J.S.BUTTERFIELD
GARAGE
137 King Phone 22
St. Augustine, Fla.
BUILDER'S SERVICE COMPANY
51 CORDOVA PHONE 81
__ Cordova Branch
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
GULF OIL CORPORATION
ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
SUPERIOR DAIRIES
Superior Quality Superior Service
276 Sari Marco Avenue phone 740
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
NEW ST. IOHNS ICE COMPANY
Riberia Telephone 140
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
ARNETT ROOFING &
SHEET METAL WORKS
83 Orange Phone 433
St. Augustine. Fla.
DR. R. C. CONLEY
Dougless Clinic
"Where They Go to Get Well"
Thoroughly Equipped
14 Bay St. Telephone 47
St. Augustine, Fla.
L. O. DAVIS GROCERY
Free Delivery Service
43 Whitney Phone 2123-J
St. Augustine. Fla.
MONSON
BEAUTY SHOP
Dorothy Manncey. Owner
82 Charlotte Phone 1140
St. Augustine, Fla.
Tampa, Florida
BAIN MOTOR
SERVICE
103 S. Water Street
Tampa. Fla.
SYLVIAN POULTRY
FARM
42 Street 8c E. Lake
Tampa, Fla.
E. G. HAUER
PLUMBING 8c HEATING
807 W. Platt Phone H-3068
Tampa, Fla.
HOLLYWOOD
BEAUTY SALON
Jacqueline Hawkins. Mgr.
TAMPA, FLA.
SUNNY BROOK DAIRY
Grade A Raw and Pasteurized
Milk
1006 E. Osborne
Phone S-5255
TAMPA, FLA.
S E L Z
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205 Zack Street
TAMPA, FLORIDA
TAMPA
BOX COMPANY
2nd and 21st Street
TAMPA, FLA.
MANHATTAN CAFE
210 E. Lafayette Ph. 4104
Open Day and Nite
In Same Location Since 1907
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PAGE SIXTEEN
*Jewis* Fhrkfiar)
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxcrman
West Palm Beach, Florida
Events may appear most dis-
heartening when we look at the
seamy side of lifesufficiently
disheartening for a man like
Stefan Zweig to end his life .
But there often is a bright side
and when it shows through these
days, it should not be over-
looked.
It is wonderful to know that
in certain places in this world,
in positions of importance, are
men of vision sufficient to make
them intolerant of intolerance.
... To one like that, the head of
the department of instruction of
Dadc County, our hat is off and
our heartfelt gratitude is ex-
tended.
In one of our local high schools
recently, girls in a class predomi-
nantly Jewish failed to march
in precisely the manner the
teacher wished "Since all
these Jewish girls came into the
class," the teacher exploded, "the
class has been thoughtless and
uncooperative ... All the Jews
are bullheadcd ... I don't blame
Hitler in the least for doing what
he is in Germany ..." And she
added that as far as she was
concerned, she did not want to
teach the blankety-blank Jews.
The next day, three of the
girls stood in line not dressed
for gym When asked why,
one of them said that since they
were Jewish and the teacher
didn"t want to each Jews, self-
respect dictated that they stay-
out of her class.
She called them into a corner
to talk to them She repeated
her remarks about the Jews and
would retract nothing She
said that the same thing that
was happening in Germany
would happen when Hitler comes
here.
The teacher has been fired,
thanks to the aforementioned
gentleman in the school system.
. And a source of Nazi poison
in our educational system, at
least, has been removed.
Bright Spots
In the style of a local column-
ist, we might write: "Sunshine
on the horizon Birds in the
trees Chirrupping Chir-
rupping And things are
brighter Brighter For
with the ugly, there is beauty .
So. while Nazis spread talk
against Jews, a local paper de-
cides it will do its bit For
unity ... It will no longer ac-
cept discriminatory advertising.
. No more references to re-
ligions when advertising rooms
to rent ... Or jobs available .
Why play into the hands of th->
Nazis? We must not discrimi-
nate Ads may slip through
but not if the management can
help it For unity's sake, here-
after, only "restricted clientele'
will be permitted in ads li
seems the publisher saw eye to
eye with us when we discussed
the ramifications of such ads .
Of no little help in causing the
change in the newspaper's policy
might have been an editorial that
appeared in newspaperdom's
trade journal, "Editor & Pub-
lisher," a few months ago.
"The case for control of news
and editorial by Jews is a chi-
mera ... By no means so chi-
merical are the tactics employed
by some of the professional pro-
moters of hatred We have in
mind a trick played recently on
the Cincinnati Enquirer. Late
Saturday evening an advertise-
ment was received by telephone
for the Sunday edition.
Set in classified display, it
called for "12 Jewish and 6 col-
ored salesmen to sell the new
1942 Ford V-8 and 6-cylmder
cars and trucks" Except for
that, the copy seemed to be legiti-
mate in every way. and it ap-
peared over the signature of Leo
Bauer. Inc.. a local Ford dealer.
The next day. Mr. Bauer dis-
claimed all knowledge of the ad-
vertisement and offered, in the
same space, a reward of S500 for
the arrest and conviction of the
persons responsible for the de-
ception The local automobile
salesmen's union membership in
which was required by the ad-
vertisement, offered to cooperate
with the dealer in running do-vn
the guilty persons.
'It won't be good for news-
papers if the people who want
to push national race and religi-
ous hatreds find in the classified
and display departments a sally-
port barred to them by the in-
telligence of any man or woman,
competent to report and edit
local or telegraph news."
Gut Shabbos!
ATLANTIC BODY &
TOP SHOP
424 Okeechobee Road
Phone 5376
West Palm Beach, Fla.
HESS LABORATORY
Citizens Bldg. Phone 5602
West Palm Beach, Fla.
J. H. BANNER
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
809 Sixth Phone 4661
West Palm Beach, Fla.
DIXIE COURT HOTEL
North Poinsettia
Phone 4256
West Palm Beach. Fla.
Mr. T>\' rn in .- the tor :
the !': d i R< Hoi al Offl Anti-
... n ith hi ad-
quarti:.- at Miami.
JOHNSON GARAGE
For Longer Tire Life Come
and See Us
523 Okeechobee Phone 5541
West Palm Beach, Fla.
BRANDON TRANSFER
6, STORAGE CO.
Local & Long Distance Movers
Agent-Allied Van Lines
905 N. Railroad Phone 4812
West Palm Beach. Fla.
CITY TAXI. INC.
112 N. Poinsettia
Phone 6202
West Palm Beach, Fla.
I
FAIR AWNING SHOP
421 South Oliver
Phone 4094
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Arthur Hamilton. Jr.
Electrical Contractor
629 Flamingo Drive
Phone 6044
West Palm Beach, Fla.
PALM BEACH
EXTERMINATING
SERVICE. INC.
Fumigating Termite Control
Our Control Service Will Keep
Your Property Vermin Free
429'2 Datura Phone 8695
West Palm Beach. Fla.
W. L. FLEISCHER, INC.
Painting and Decorating
525 15th St. Phone 5545
West Palm Beach. Fla.
COFFEY'S
FLOWER SHOP
Member Florist's Telegraph
Delivery Association
203 So. Olive Phone 5916
West Palm Beach. Fla.
HALSEY & GRIFFITH
Stationers Office Outfitters
Books of All Kinds
313-17 Datura St. Phone 3883
West Palm Beach, Fla.
PEARSON PHARMACY
Quality Prescription Service
at Lowest Price*
Guaranty Bldg.
Phones 7525, 9346
West Palm Beach, Fla.
A FRIEND
W. E. ROEBUCK
County Solicitor
West Palm Beach, Fla.
BRALEY'S CORNER
SERVICE STATION
302 First
West Palm Beach, Fla.
NORTHWOOD
BEAUTY SHOP
Shelton-Thermique Oil of
Tulip Wood
Permanent Wave S5 Complete
2312 N. Poinsettia Phone 3274
West Palm Beach, Fla.
SMITH'S BAKERY
A Complete Line Kosher
Delicatessen Food
527 Clematis Phone 5292
West Palm Beach. Fla.
NORTHWOOD GULF
STATION
Jack Mann. Mgr.
2400 N. Poinsettia
Phone 9422
West Palm Beach. Fla.
PIONEER SHEET
METAL WORKS
Geo. Sturges 8e Son
510 S. E. 6th Ave.
Phone 263-W
West Palm Beach. Fla.
LB.
West Palm Beach. Fla.
BURNS PLUMBING &
HEATING CO.
711 Jessamine
Phone 5624
West Palm Beach, Fla.
WALDEN PAINT CO.
Painting and Decorating
312 S. Rosemary
Phone 5813
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Aiello's Upholstering &
Mattress Co.
Upholstering. Drapes and
Slip Covers
2110 N. Poinsettia Ave.
Phone 3088
West Palm Beach, Fla.
UNDERWOOD
SUPERIOR CLEANERS
Cleaning Without Odor
The Quality Cleaner of the
Palm Beaches Since 1924
Now Better Equipped to
Serve You
500 Datura St. Dial 5153. 4154
West Palm Beach. Fla.
I. R. H I M E
ELECTRIC CO
376 S. Country Road
Phone 4211
Palm Beach. Fla.
E.I.
West Palm Beach. Fla.
SILVER GRILL BAR
We Specialize in Fried Chicken
615 Eighth Street phon, |W|
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PAGE FOUR ^Je^lstncridlai_ FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1942 #• Jemsti florid fan PLANT AND MAIN 2 1 S. W. SECOND P. O. BOX 2973 OFFICES AVENUE Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879 SUBSCRIPTION O ne Year, $2.00 _S_ MonthsJ1.00 ADAH 24. 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMB f,* U MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1942 RESPONSIBILITY The responsibility of the Jew to his people, to his community and to his country is one that he is well aware of. His patriotism has never been questioned by the intelligent and fairminded individual and only occasionally by a rabble rouser with a hatred to promulgate. The recognition of this responsibility to his country can be attested to by a long record of enviable accomplishments and endeavors along many channels. Not promises but facts and the statistics and monuments stand ready for inspection and verification. The responsibility of the Jewish people to their fellow Jews and to the community wherein they reside is likewise one well aware of but accepted with a lackadaisical attitude. Locally we have a Federation that calls upon us once a year and through our support which is far from what it should be, supplies aid and assistance to a limited number of Jewish causes, local, national and overseas. This assistance does by no means cover all the needs locally and definitely does not relieve our responsibility to our community and to the Community Chest. The chest is the fund raising instrument of the Jewish Welfare Bureau supplying it with much of its needs. The Community Chest through its many participating agencies serves the citizenry when the need has arisen for the individual to receive help. It is our responsibility to come forward and do our share for the community chest in its once a year soliciI tation for the community welfare agencies. We realize the many calls made upon us daily | for various and sundry all important causes. : We also realize that the Community Chest is one responsibility that we cannot—must not overlook. It is our obligation to our community to assume our share of its burdens. We must awaken ourselves from our state of leth; argy, deliberate or otherwise, and realize that the failure of a successful campaign for Community Chest will undermine our community and ourselves. We must come forward and do our part. MAKING GOOD SENSE At a recent public hearing before the Congressional Committee investigating national defense migration, two figures speaking for the exemption of German political and religious refugees from the enemy alien evacuation order, made a lot of good sense. These two men should also know what they're talking about. One, Thomas Mann, realizes perfectly, keenly and personally the situation of refugees who have escaped from Nazi persecution. When he spoke, therefore, and pointed out that German refugees by their flight alone have proved their enmity to Hitler, he was speaking from authoritative background. The second was Carey McWilliams, head of the California Division of Immigration, whose experience with immigrants and refugees afford his statements authority. He urged that some ^classification of German refugees be attempted either by separating them from the enemy alien group or licensing "stateless refugees. Whatever has to be done, he recommended exemption of these refugees from the evacuation order. We realize in times like these, that for the benefit of the nation's interest, it is better to be strong than weak. It is better not to take any chances, but if need be, to be over-cautious does seem as if the mechanism guarding us from "enemy aliens" might be so adjusted as to do its job and still recognize that men like Franz Werfel, Lion Feuchtwanger and other German refugees who fled here to find freedom from oppression are our staunchest defenders of Americanism. THEiFRANKLIN FORGERY "F. BTl. agents this week were reported frying to locate the parties responsible for spreading the Nazi forged Franklin speech against the Jews at the Constitutional Convention. Of all forgeries of history, this is perhaps the most stupid. If one attacks the veracity and genuineness of say, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. the anti-Semite may hide behind on the fact that this forgery does not name names and other facts which can be altogether checked, but in the case of Franklin, we can check everything. His collected works contain everything of the slightest importance said by him down to his anecdotes. Moreover, any speech made by him at the Constitutional Convention—and this forgery is allegedly about such a speech—can be checked by full accounts of the proceedings of the Convention that we have from other hands. We have a full account compiled by James Madison.later President of the United States and there is another account by Yates, another delegate to the convention. Moreover, Franklin should have been the last man any German should try to connect with such a statement, for though Franklin was a man of the utmost liberality, he did repeatedly voice misgivings about the Germans. No other early American statesman spoke so harshly of the Germans as did he and the reason is that no other American knew them so well, for the colony of Pennsylvania had the largest German settlement. The Germans in early Pennsylvania were much like the Germans in South America. Franklin complained that they didn't want to learn English, he didn't like their indifference when the colony was faced by the French and Indian war. Later, after the Constitutional Convention, he didn't like the statements made in Germany about the Constitution and he wrote to Lafayette saying that you couldn't expect anything better from a people who had no ideas of freedom. And of course, Franklin didn't like the Hessian soldiers who fought against us in the American Revolution. MIAMI KOSHER MARKET IS NOW IN NEW TRAIL HOME The Miami Kosher Market formerly located at 237 N. W. 5th Street has moved into their new home at 2011 S. W. 8th Street on Tamiami Trail. The formal opening will be held tomorrow evening, Saturday, March 14th. The building was designed specifically for a meat and poultry market by the Fleeman Construction Company so that completed it houses one of the finest markets in the South. More than 100 feet in length, ample facilities for the storage of live poultry as well as sanitary fixtures for ritual slaughtering are provided. Complete new iceboxes, showcounters and refrigeration were installed with the latest of equipment and modern conveniences. A terazzo floor, fluorescent lighting and other improvements are all in the new building. s The market is under the proprietorship of Irving Leopold and Dave Kleber who have been in the meat and poultry business for many years prior to their opening the establishment here seven years ago. Located in the heart of the southwest residential section, a rapid delivery service has been arranged. "We invite all of our customers and friends to visit us in our new home." Irving and Dave as they are known to their hosts of friends, stated, "We will continue to grow by continuing to serve our customers with the best of Kosher Western Prime Meats and Poultry, Personal Attention, Courteous Service, Prompt Delivery with Satisfaction assured A call to 3-2297 guarantees all of this. We solicit new patronage on this same basis and the growth of our business gives us the satisfaction of knowing we are following along these lines which have made our present success possible." -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERESMidiy 6cm4Utential "In spite of what happened at Pearl Harbor, our people still do no realize that this war is bound to be a grim, long and desperate struggle—with victory assured only by our utmost exertions. Our chief need is soldierly discipline in civilian ranks, reflecting itself in a supreme effort in maximum production of war material, and in a consumers" selfdenial touching goods needed for the prosecution of the war. Unless the American people are ,swet by a sense of peril trans, lated into self-discipline and sacrifice—we can lose the war." —Rabbi Israel Goldstein Do your part for the armed might of your country, buy Defense Bond* and Stamps. By PHINEAS J. BIRON THINGS TO NOTE Note to editors: Please investigate Section 8 of the bill known as HR 6250, which has been passed by the House of Representatives and now is pending belore the Senate Immigration Committee Because it differentiates between foreign-born and native American citizens ... Its enactment might easily lead to abuses in the cancellation of the citizenship of foreign-born Americans ... We had always thought that the only difference between native and foreign-born citizens was the ineligibility of a naturalized citizen for the Presidency__ etc. Were we wrong? Note to wives: "The man who complains of underdone chops at a time like this is a minor traitor," declares Dr. Abraham Myerson, writing in the Survey Graphic But, just to prove that he isn't prejudiced in favor of the fairer sex, he goes on to tag as equally treasonable in a petty way "the housewife who fusses because of the minor derelictions of the maid." THE WAR EFFORT Active in making life happier for Jewish soldiers on leave is Mrs. Frank Weil of New York, who is working hard as vicechairman of the Greater New York Army and Navy Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board She comes into this work very legitimately, for her husband, the well-known attorney, is a vice president of the USO and the president of the Jewish Welfare Board Mrs. Weil, the former Henrietta A. Simons, is a granddaughter of Alexander Moses, one-time Governor of Idaho ... A lady who is proving most valuable in this country's war effort is radio operator Vi Grossman, who has the job of teaching raw recruits how to become expert radio operators. Since she started on this activity some thousands of graduates of her course have been assigned to man the radio of our fighting forces We hope the Army Relief Fund is properly grateful to boxer Abe Simon, who will be risking life and limb on the 27th of this month when he'll face Joe Louis in the ring in a benefit bout for Army Relief Abe knows just what he's up against, for he tasted one of the champion's kayos only a few months ago. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE Congratulations to Military Policeman Sam Springer of Fort Jay, Governors' Island, on winning the light-heavyweight Golden Gloves boxing championship Sam, as we have reminded you any number of times, is a nephew of the late Reuben Brainin, who was the dean of Hebrew literature in this country .. There was a literary angle to all of Sam's Golden Gloves bouts, too, by the way, for his second was a fellow private from Fort Jay named Sidney Kingsley—yes the dmamatic Pulitzer Prize winner That handsome and efficient medical officer with our forces in Hawaii is none other than Joseph Goldberg, son of Abraham Goldberg, the Zionist. Joey has been in the Hawaiis since before the Day of Infamy—December 7th—and he has served his Uncle Sam so well that he was recently promoted to a captaincy Still in the Hawaiis, too, is Chaplain Harry Richmond of the U. S. Army, though his wife—a sister of Editor Louis Rittenberg—has just returned to the mainland, where she is now keeping busy assembling a layette David Landman, son of Rabbi Isaac Landman, editor-in-chief of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, and himself a former member of the Encyclopedia's editorial staff, is now stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. ... In a radio hookup sponsored by the government, entitled "The Spirit of 1942," he was selected as typical of the best material for an American officer's career ... In his college days, at Brown University, David was editor of the Brown Daily Herald. FROM THE PALESTINE FRONT The Committee for a Jewish Army has decided not to enter into a controversy with the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs, which is sending out tons of literature against the Army group Incidentally, and notwithstanding vehement denials, it is true that after an official Zionist delegation called on Lord Lothian in Washington on June 18, 1940, it issued a statement denying all interest in Vladimir Jabotinsky's efforts efforts to create a Jewish Army We're glad to know that the Columbia Broadcasting System is now making regular short-wave broadcasts in Arabic, presumably to the Near East It's about time something were done toward counteracting the anti-Jewish and anti-British propaganda Hitler's and Mussolini's broadcasters have been dishing out to the Arabs for lo these many years • • • Which reminds us to tell you that there are 50,000 licensed radio sets in Palestine as of October, 1941 ... Ten years ago the whole country boasted only 15,000 sets. STAGE AND SCREEN Cafe Crown," the play about Second Avenue's Cafe Royal has two stars, Morris Carnovsky and Sam Jaffe ... The interes^ ln 9 ,hin 9 about this combination is that twenty years ago boln Morris Carnovsky and Sam Jaffe made their Broadway debuts in Shalom Asch's "God of Vengeance" ... It looks at B %  spring may be a Goldberg season on Broadway ... At least, rt the present time, we're promised a comedy by cartoonist Rube Goldberg, to be known as "Day of Rest," and a stage adaptation of Gertrude Berg's famous radio serial, "The Goldbergs," %  Mrs. Berg herself as Mollie Goldberg ... The producers, course, are hoping there'll be lots and lots of gold in them a* Goldbergs Ex-Cincinnatian Irving Pichel has been chosen KI. If 1 the 8Creen 8 forthcoming biographical film on Edga* Allen Poe It will be Berte Davis. wVnow hear, who will potfray Sarah Bernhardt in a biographical picture ... Her props ** include some actual relics of the Divine Sarah ... And Edward (CONTINUED ON PAQE 7) ^ bL



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PAGE SIXTEEN *Jewis* Fhrkfiar) FRIDAY, MAR CH 6, 19 42 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxcrman West Palm Beach, Florida Events may appear most disheartening when we look at the seamy side of life—sufficiently disheartening for a man like Stefan Zweig to end his life But there often is a bright side and when it shows through these days, it should not be overlooked. It is wonderful to know that in certain places in this world, in positions of importance, are men of vision sufficient to make them intolerant of intolerance. ... To one like that, the head of the department of instruction of Dadc County, our hat is off and our heartfelt gratitude is extended. In one of our local high schools recently, girls in a class predominantly Jewish failed to march in precisely the manner the teacher wished "Since all these Jewish girls came into the class," the teacher exploded, "the class has been thoughtless and uncooperative ... All the Jews are bullheadcd ... I don't blame Hitler in the least for doing what he is in Germany ..." And she added that as far as she was concerned, she did not want to teach the blankety-blank Jews. The next day, three of the girls stood in line not dressed for gym When asked why, one of them said that since they were Jewish and the teacher didn"t want to each Jews, selfrespect dictated that they stayout of her class. She called them into a corner to talk to them She repeated her remarks about the Jews and would retract nothing She said that the same thing that was happening in Germany would happen when Hitler comes here. The teacher has been fired, thanks to the aforementioned gentleman in the school system. And a source of Nazi poison in our educational system, at least, has been removed. Bright Spots In the style of a local columnist, we might write: "Sunshine on the horizon Birds in the trees Chirrupping Chirrupping And things are brighter Brighter For with the ugly, there is beauty So. while Nazis spread talk against Jews, a local paper decides it will do its bit For unity ... It will no longer accept discriminatory advertising. No more references to religions when advertising rooms to rent ... Or jobs available Why play into the hands of th-> Nazis? We must not discriminate Ads may slip through but not if the management can help it For unity's sake, hereafter, only "restricted clientele' will be permitted in ads li seems the publisher saw eye to eye with us when we discussed the ramifications of such ads Of no little help in causing the change in the newspaper's policy might have been an editorial that appeared in newspaperdom's trade journal, "Editor & Publisher," a few months ago. "The case for control of news and editorial by Jews is a chimera ... By no means so chimerical are the tactics employed by some of the professional promoters of hatred We have in mind a trick played recently on the Cincinnati Enquirer. Late Saturday evening an advertisement was received by telephone for the Sunday edition. ••Set in classified display, it called for "12 Jewish and 6 colored salesmen to sell the new 1942 Ford V-8 and 6-cylmder cars and trucks" Except for that, the copy seemed to be legitimate in every way. and it appeared over the signature of Leo Bauer. Inc.. a local Ford dealer. ••The next day. Mr. Bauer disclaimed all knowledge of the advertisement and offered, in the same space, a reward of S500 for the arrest and conviction of the persons responsible for the deception The local automobile salesmen's union membership in which was required by the advertisement, offered to cooperate with the dealer in running do-vn the guilty persons. •'It won't be good for newspapers if the people who want to push national race and religious hatreds find in the classified and display departments a sallyport barred to them by the intelligence of any man or woman, competent to report and edit local or telegraph news." Gut Shabbos! ATLANTIC BODY & TOP SHOP 424 Okeechobee Road Phone 5376 West Palm Beach, Fla. HESS LABORATORY Citizens Bldg. Phone 5602 West Palm Beach, Fla. J. H. BANNER FUNERAL DIRECTOR 809 Sixth Phone 4661 West Palm Beach, Fla. DIXIE COURT HOTEL North Poinsettia Phone 4256 West Palm Beach. Fla. Mr. T>\' rn in .the tor %  •: the !': % %  d i R< Hoi al Offl • Anti... n ith hi adquarti:.at Miami. JOHNSON GARAGE For Longer Tire Life Come and See Us 523 Okeechobee Phone 5541 West Palm Beach, Fla. BRANDON TRANSFER 6, STORAGE CO. Local & Long Distance Movers Agent-Allied Van Lines 905 N. Railroad Phone 4812 West Palm Beach. Fla. CITY TAXI. INC. 112 N. Poinsettia Phone 6202 West Palm Beach, Fla. I — FAIR AWNING SHOP 421 South Oliver Phone 4094 West Palm Beach, Fla. Arthur Hamilton. Jr. Electrical Contractor 629 Flamingo Drive Phone 6044 West Palm Beach, Fla. PALM BEACH EXTERMINATING SERVICE. INC. Fumigating Termite Control Our Control Service Will Keep Your Property Vermin Free 429' 2 Datura Phone 8695 West Palm Beach. Fla. W. L. FLEISCHER, INC. Painting and Decorating 525 15th St. Phone 5545 West Palm Beach. Fla. COFFEY'S FLOWER SHOP Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association 203 So. Olive Phone 5916 West Palm Beach. Fla. HALSEY & GRIFFITH Stationers Office Outfitters Books of All Kinds 313-17 Datura St. Phone 3883 West Palm Beach, Fla. PEARSON PHARMACY Quality Prescription Service at Lowest Price* Guaranty Bldg. Phones 7525, 9346 West Palm Beach, Fla. A FRIEND W. E. ROEBUCK County Solicitor West Palm Beach, Fla. BRALEY'S CORNER SERVICE STATION 302 First West Palm Beach, Fla. NORTHWOOD BEAUTY SHOP Shelton-Thermique Oil of Tulip Wood Permanent Wave S5 Complete 2312 N. Poinsettia Phone 3274 West Palm Beach, Fla. SMITH'S BAKERY A Complete Line Kosher Delicatessen Food 527 Clematis Phone 5292 West Palm Beach. Fla. NORTHWOOD GULF STATION Jack Mann. Mgr. 2400 N. Poinsettia Phone 9422 West Palm Beach. Fla. PIONEER SHEET METAL WORKS Geo. Sturges 8e Son 510 S. E. 6th Ave. Phone 263-W West Palm Beach. Fla. LB. West Palm Beach. Fla. BURNS PLUMBING & HEATING CO. 711 Jessamine Phone 5624 West Palm Beach, Fla. WALDEN PAINT CO. Painting and Decorating 312 S. Rosemary Phone 5813 West Palm Beach, Fla. Aiello's Upholstering & Mattress Co. Upholstering. Drapes and Slip Covers 2110 N. Poinsettia Ave. Phone 3088 West Palm Beach, Fla. UNDERWOOD SUPERIOR CLEANERS Cleaning Without Odor The Quality Cleaner of the Palm Beaches Since 1924 Now Better Equipped to Serve You 500 Datura St. Dial 5153. 4154 West Palm Beach. Fla. I. R. H I M E ELECTRIC CO 376 S. Country Road Phone 4211 Palm Beach. Fla. E.I. West Palm Beach. Fla. SILVER GRILL BAR We Specialize in Fried Chicken 615 Eighth Street phon |W| WEST PALM BEACH. FLA. LFA 456 FLAMINGO DRIVE— WEST PALM BEACH Portt,! IU B Milk and Homogenized Vitamin D Milkta*w-h y Pasl £ u f lzed Milk-Sweet Cream-Buttermilk CotIce r !" SC ~^i U and Swect Butter-Fresh Florida Eggsice Cream and Fancy Molds. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK **



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C iew Tne New Yon: tDress wniit: c-cmiec me storyo: Governor Lehman s inspinnr noerest e:c no repor: tni£ outrageous discourlesy Bu notrung WDuk ot ectaiec by mcunc tne iaci too: at no ume u. the iatt twenty-hvc veart nas anP-Semiusrc oeen permittee tc run so rite :: tht P io r inc e Queoec as today All o: wmci. reminds 01 tha SoiumnisLc Sulhvan now reporunc on tne "101100 scent u oum: ur aoou: tne frencr refugee who, havmc lound : hasat nert rron. tne Naz. oppressorE whe have osaiiuii ha nomeianc nai openec ux. c note, that mam trim s c "N: Jews Ulowad ooucy TRUE STORY beany Nussoaum c Lone isianc Cinpaperhange: anc an as re.; wacdSB aesiaes. lounc nimsel: sometnmc o: c nuniic noon .as: weer when an entei piisinc OCD prwi aaendiscovert: tha en a L22L Hitier nac awaraec nm. c soecial a BX Lsusij a tht hrs: wonc war Benny s hrafsn j : matts B rercr;—nt servec as c dispatch nder m the jet— =z -.rrranc won tne iron Crosi But the Hitiemedal 1= samethmc t^st eeee Nussoaum has livec a. 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B scree: v.-r:teLeonarc SpiegeigiasE Pan Mun: :en. whe erect:cei.neve: ncrvt c rtnanne tc hecc nm over tbi oxchc wert parncuiar.'y aeiigntec nolong age tc Bad him :: one o: Unck San. s 'This is Wee network pi'iioaiiirrtieiiii Hak ofi t: Kirs Sidney C Bore veteran philanthrope: anc communa. causes m 00a BH lewis; er.c BU nenere iieic Sne s dome yeamci. wen: as rhrrirmffl c the Civihaz r>eiense Voiuntee: Office u. Mannattan. FEDW THE EASTERN FRONT -.r..r.esseecLitvinosi ii auotec as exaiammc the a Russic ; v..r.iean the Naz. armies by pomtmc ou thai era Wmtn knes aette: tnar. tc serve an HiUe: .= siae— peoi k German aenerais wher. Ac:., ces BShsi r. intu An; -.; me trccne-Atlcmn: arapevine si tbi star .-.the Naz. soiclie: on the Russian no:, who • rush lmmediatehten copie; 0 'Mem Kan sopast owmec ay ou: company or* aone K we'n haOM to: more Ten copies make ; bsauatu bsspf ui warm to: hours' ABOUT PEOPLE ifl V Bizatccas'? visit to thic countr"; neicyed tv-rt* oi tnen son Mianaei is now aennitely % %  %  '. March Irs oniv c tew yearf since 0 lookBtC, to: tree-lance tournalisnc work tnec :: gain en sntr ic nev.-srv~oe amese affiliated with }ewisr. OTCCOIBOau th* fad tna: he was Be neonev a: me SI leade: Gershor. Aaronsky Today Gemhoi Agronslr v-^et? .-. tnril. when he's reterrec tc ai the :-; man -Martin Aaronsirv who promises to Z~ ( Gibbont o: World War Numoe: Iwc .-• ,hf : Blaci Wnshinaior. renresentative o: tnt World lewk grssi bean .-.n* m tnt hest-known names 1: km* rr : Bui all w f rar. tel; vou at this time is ti"" tbf *.-.: al thai areo name You menhcrvt nee: wondsratj bat hapnener. tc the American Jewish Pres? Club. UM pTSSi ois ni havmc tounci c aooc tull-nme -.or wiA intormatior. hureau has resjonec Anc DM nr P!v n; 1hf ,, ut Jf i^rt^jegf 'yj e to ic yc long popakB .-.omrose: X'ernnr. r>ufce-Eddie Canto: s banio rik work woe horr. Vladimi: Duksusky B* w du-li know unti .us' no thai he uses his orichnal moniKe: an Bailout muskXl .-omnosition* Needkws to sov, compcaB Dukt emkyys cm tiUYsne ,-nns.dernhhloroei than ma: o: aomposa] DukaMq Novelis: F. 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FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1942 +Jewisti FlcrId/an PAGE THREE KOMMENTS 5 1 Q The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Do as desired, did he Busy as busy could be To listen to others no time To take advice was a crime One of those know-it-alls All alone in his four walls Known as truly long-winded Now finds his attitude rescinded Seeing at last the light of day Of others right in their way He's come round for a while Which makes King sort of smile For they're kidding each other With this kindness to smother What's in their mind they know Not to John Public do they show This group and this man And time for this plan 'Twill take for to see Tween the two what'll be. How one group will react to the treatment to be received very soon from another is being carefully watched by a number of observers including King—It's an old story and dates way back—when the $ is concerned anything can happen. King muses humorously when hearing that one of our gentlemen is already grooming himself to head an organization some 1012 months before election time and is making preparations to give up all other organization participation to give his all— some grooming! The furor created by the swearing out of a warrant for the arrest of a member of a congregation by one of its officers over a petty political argument is beginning to have its reverberations Rather ghastly is this action regardless of whose prompting—to take this into court ana afford publicizing a whole community —Who said we are our worst enemies and some of the biggest — fools. King's boss has heard Komment from many subscribers that the majority of readers not in the higher annals of community activity can't fathom the inuendo and intimation of these Komments—and now being pondered is the feasibility of somewhat changing the policy of the Kolumn to that of naming names, stating facts, and the like—calling a spade a spade—it has possibilities. 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 The Allegiance of Our Children To Their Country and Faith A Timely Topic of Utmost Importance to the JEWISH RACE IN AMERICA An address on this subject will be delivered by: Harris L. Selig Sunday. March 15th. 1942 8:30 P. M.—at the GATES OF PRAYER SYNAGOGUE Lincoln Road—Corner Collins Avenue Mr. Selig is executive director of the United Yeshivas Foundation and author of many scholarly books. Mr. Selig will be introduced by Rabbi Joseph Rackovs ky of Miami Beach and Rabbi Abraham Kellner of Miami. Jewish parents, residents and guests are cordially invited. ADMISSION FREE GATES OF PRAYER TO HOLD MASS MEET NEXT SUNDAY The Yeshiva Rabbi Israel Aaron which is planning to open its doors in the near future, is featuring a mass meeting on Sunday night, March 15th at 8 p. m. in the Gates of Prayer Synagogue, Lincoln Road, corner of Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Mr. Nathan Ginsberg, president of the institution, will preside and greetings will be extended by local rabbis and visiting dignitaries. The guest speaker of the evening will be Mr. Harris L. Selig, executive director of the United Yeshivoth Foundations, who is nationally acclaimed as an orator of eloquence and a scholar of high reputation. He will address the gathering on the subject "How to Retain the Allegiance of our Children to their Faith and Country." Mr. Selig, who is the author of several scholarly volumes of Jewish Homiletics, has a unique re-" putation in the field of Jewish pedagogy, and has been instrumental -in helping to establish the Yeshivah College, the Talmudic Academy in Baltimore and scores of other institutions of Higher Learning. A large turnout is expected to hear the address. Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the Gates of Prayer Congregation will introduce Mr. Selig. A musical program has been arranged and an invitation is extended to all who are interested to attend. New York (WNS)—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and American Zionist leader, demanded 'this week the easing of restrictions against Jewish immigration into Palestine, as he prepared to leave for London. Dr. Silver, the first American Zionist leader to visit London since the outbreak of war in 1939, will confer in England with British Zionist leaders on current developments in Palestine and elsewhere. He is expected to remain in London for about three weeks. Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? DADE CO. DEFENSE COUNCIL 3RD ANNUAL DONOR DINNER TO GIVE PROGRAM SERIES | TO BE HELD MARCH 22ND Gartenbcrg & Schechter PARK CENTRAL HOTEL 640 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach Announcing to nil thai the Park Central Hotel and Dining Koom will be open to the public for the entire Passover Holidays. We also take the privilege to say that Kashruth is observed to the fullest extent. The uuulitv of our food and the service shall be of the best. Reservations to Be Made In Advance PHONE 5-5855 I WANT MY MILK Sstab. 1924 ("P On Buying U. S. Defense Bonds and Stamps And Be Sure It'i FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street A series of programs sponsored by the Home and Community Service Division of the Dade County Defense Council, starting this week include: Saturday, March 14th: a meeting will be held at the Miami Woman's Club beginning at 10:30 a. m.—an all-day institute of nutrition. Important National and State speakers will take part in the program. Those wishing to have lunch with the group will make reservations by telephoning 2-6280 by March 12th. Price of the luncheon is 65c. Governor Spessard L. Holland has proclaimed March 6th through March 14th as Florida's Nutrition Week, stating, "We must make America stronger by making stronger Americans. Food can Win the War and Write the Peace." On Monday, March 16th the concluding meeting of the Prepartatory Defense Institute under the direction of Mrs. Eddie Rickenbacker. This meeting will be held at the Capitol Theatre promptly at 10 a. m., at which time "March of Time," "When the Air Raid Strikes," and the picture, "Women in Defense," with Katherine Hepburn as narrator, will be shown. There will be a question and answer period for clearing up all matters pertaining to home protection. This is free, and every civilian who possibly can is urged to be present. Physical Fitness Classes for the duration of the war, will be held every Tuesday and Friday morning from 9:30 to 11 o'clock, and every Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9 o'clock at the Y. M. C. A. in setting up exercises and gymnastics. These classes are open to the. public and there is no charge except a small fee for the use of a towel. A medical examination is the The Third Annual Donor Dinner given by the Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine will be held at the Victor Hotel, 1114 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Sunday, March 22nd at 7:30 p. m. Chairman of the affair is Mrs. M. Beck assisted by Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mrs. M. Shubow, Mrs. L. Mintzes, Mrs. L. Weiner and Mrs. N. Bookspan. At a recent conference of the United Palestine Appeal in Cleveland, David Ben Gurion stated: "Not with medicine and science can you build a country, but with the blood of our brothers, the Pioneers." "With this thought in mind" stated Mrs. M. Beck, chairman of the affair, "the Pioneer Women's Organization, realizing that the Jewish community in America is the only one able to give aid, find it a duty to aid financially. The persecuted people arriving daily in Palestine are more than willing to do the work; but then, they come to the land with bare hands, their homes and belongings have been confiscated by the Nazi demons, and must be given our financial support. The Pioneer Women's Organization is helping to develop farms, training and vocational scchools for the refugee children settling there by the thousands. In spite of all the difficulties and obstacles which confront them in their daily lives, these people continue to build. You can help them by attending the Annual Donor Dinner of the Pioneer Women's Organization March 22nd. only requirement before cnrolling, and this is available at the Y. M. C. A. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— S f ft Ml JJ IT'S A TO GET READY FOR TOMORROW TODAY! 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wJewish Floridiai in i% £5555 The Jewish Unity 3&JL QsuxrUdk. VJsuiSkSUg ** VOLUME 15—No. 11 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS LEKIirJ.I.!. 10 BE GUEST OF LOCAL VET POST Bon Kaufman, national commander of the Jewish War Veterans, will be the guest of honor at tin' annual installation of officers of the Freida Markowitz Post. Jewish War Veterans of Greater Miami, to be held on Wednesday night, March 18, at the Congregation Beth David Auditorium, 135 N. W. Third stn et, Miami. The national commander will be entertained during his brief stay in this city with a luncheon on Wednesday at the Seven Seas with many prominent dignitaries of the political and social world attending. In the evening he will attend the installation of the newly elected officers, which will be fdl lowed by refreshments served by the Ladies Auxiliary. Among the dignitaries invited to attend the gala affair on Wednesday evening are Governor Spessard L, Holland, Mayor Clifford Reeder of Miami, Mayor Val Geary of Miami Beach and the commanders of the various veterans organizations in the Greater Miami area. Regional Commander Nat Roth will install: commander, Henry Lewis Greene; senior vice commander. Milton B. Drucker; junior vice commander, Max I. Samuels; judge advocate. Past Commander J. William Baros; surgeon, Dr. Meyer Wigdor: adjutant. Rebecca Betty Levi; chaplain, Rabbi Moses Mescheloff; quartermaster, Jules Weiss; office! the day, Philip M. Levi; trustees. Adolph Haimes, Mortimer P. Frank and Nat Brown; patriotic instructor, George Bloomberg; officer of the guard, M. B. Frank; color bearers, Sam Brauer and Murray Storch; publicity. Harry T. Aronsberg. A.Z.A. ANNOUNCES LOSS OF MANY LEADERS TO ARMY Washington, D. C—Irving Lovitas, national educational director of Aleph Zadik Aleph, B'nai B'rith youth organization, and Rabbi Max D. Eichorn, director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation at Florida College for Women, resigned this week to join the United States army. Both B'nai B'rith officials enlisted, Levitas as a buck private, and Eichorn as a chaplain in the U. S. Army Chaplain's Corps. At the same time Aleph Zadik Aleph announced that Milton Mehl, Ft. Worth. Texas, member of the Supreme Advisory Council of AZA, and Bernard Cohen, Baltimore, District 5 field director of AZA, had also left their AZA posts to go into the army. Previously, George Shendelman, a national AZA administrative assistant, had joined the armed forces. Mehl is at Camp Wolters, Texas, and Shendelman is Camp Dix, N. J. 120 NOTED JEWS ANTI-TYPHUS SERUM SENT TO REFUGEES IN RUSSIA TO NAZI GESTAPO CZECH JEWS TO BE MOVED INTO TEREZIN GHETTO OLLU MADE BY JAPS TO DD WEDJAOOR Istanbul (WNS)—Japanese authorities in occupied Shanghai nave forced 1,400 Polish Jewish refugees, who fled to Shanghai from Poland at the beginning of JJW war. to do compulsory labor, IM 'i' s reliably reported here this week, The announcement of compulsory labor for the Jewish refugees came shortly after a deleRatinn of the Jewish refugees !" >d visited Japanese officials and Pleaded for better treatment. It was understood that this was !" iirsl step in a Japanese program to force all of the 20.000 Jewish refugees now in Shanghai U> compulsory labor camps. The I wh was captured and tortured efuuees are now in special inj to death by the Gestapo, the wmment camps, guarded by Ja-' Moscow radio reported. panese troops. Shortly after Japan's surprise Wc a number of refugee leads were arrested and turned "V-'r to Nazi Gestapo officials wno accompanied the noted Jewsn ref ugees to Germany. Defense Bonds are your surety mri fre 4 edom —Buy some at your ^hest opportunity. London (WNS) — Deinhard Heydrich, the Jew-baiting Nazi protector of the Czech Protectorate, speeded plans this week to move the Protectorate's 90.000 remaining Jews to a central ghetto in Terezin, it was reported here by sources close to the exiled Chechoslovakin Government. (The London "Sunday Times" confirmed this report and added that all of the Protectorate's aged Jews, both men and women, would be sent into the ghetto, while the younger Jews would be sent to compulsory labor camps.) The formal opening of the ghetto could not be learned although it was understood that "Fuehrer" Heydrich is anxious to deport the Jews from Prague and other Czech cities into Terezin within the next few weeks. "Aryan" residents of Terezin have already received orders to leave the city and to find homes in other sections of Bohemia. While a Nazi broadcast heard here boasted that the ghetto was being established with the full approval of the Czech people, informed circles here said that the Nazis were veiling their plans in strictest secrecy in order to prevent popular demonstrations in favor of the Jews. Geneva (WNS)—The anti-Semitic Rumanian Government of Premier Ion Antonescu has placed under arrest 120 noted Rumanian Jews, including Chief Rabbi Alexander Saffran of Rumania and Dr. William Fildermann, president of the Jewish community of Bucharest, preparatory to turning them over to the Nazi Gestapo, it was reported here this week. The 120 Jews, who include some of Rumania's most distinguished rabbis, Jewish communal leaders and Zionists, will be held by the Gestapo as hostages at 1 lor the future behavior of the Rumanian Jewish community, the report stated. Pending completion of arrangements to transfer the Jewish leaders to a Nazi concentration camp, they are being held prisoner in the big synagogue in Bucharest. Rumanian troops, armed with machine guns, have surrounded the synagogue, refusing to allow even the closest relatives of the arrested Jews to enter the synagogue. Dr. Fildermann incurred the wrath of Premier Antonescu several months ago when he called the attention of the Rumanian Government to the plight of Rumanian Jewry and urged relaxation of the anti-Jewish laws to save the Jewish population from starvation. JEWISH SCHOOLS ORGANIZE FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE Ottawa (WNS)—Rushing a supply of serum in a specially chartered airplane, the American Red Cross acted immedaitcly to check the spread of typhus in those sections of Russia where many Polish and Jewish refugees have sought safety, it was disclosed here by Polish Foreign Minister, Count Edward Racznski. In his statement, the Polish minister who is now visiting in Canada, announced that "very recently word has been received of typhus in the section of Russia where many of our refugees are located." The announcement, which was the first official statement of the spread of typhus went on to describe the Jewish situation in Nazi-administered Poland, comparing the present 17 per cenl mortality rate to the one per cent of pre-war years. JEWS WARNED OF L SOVIET AWARDS HIGHEST HONOR TO DEAD YOUTH New York (WNS)—To provide first aid training for several hundred teachers in Jewish weekday and Sunday schools, weekly courses, under the auspices of the American Red Cross were instituted here at the Jewish Education Committee. The Jewish Education Committee has been delegated by the Board of Education to serve as a central coordinating bureau for air-raid precaution activities of the 525 Jewish religious schools in the city, including parochial all-day schools, weekday afternoon and Sunday schools, representing an enrollment of approximately 60.000 children. Twenty-three Jewish school districts have been set up and for each of these a liaison officer has been assigned to cooperate with Public School authorities. Mr. Israel Chipkin, associate director of the Jewish Education Committee, represents the Jewish religious school group on the Committee on Civilian Defense in Schools, set up by the Board of Education. Moscow (WNS) — The Soviet Government bestowed its highest award of "Hero of the Soviet! j Union" on Lido Chaikin, young Jewish leader of a partisan band Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? Driven from the Penovsk district by German advances, Chaikin and his group operated a wireless station which broadcast Soviet communiques in the Naziheld area. When they were forced to abandon this after a few days, Chaikin continued to spread information by word of mouth, until his capture by the Gestapo. THE PUBLIC IB INVITED TO THE CAPITOL THEATER MARCH I6TH AT lOSOO A. M. TO HEAR MRS. EDDIE RICKENBACKER TALK DN HDME PROTECTION. YOU WILL HEAR (CATHERINE HEPBURN AS COMMENTATOR IN A PICTURE CALLED "WOMEN IN DEFENSC." AND SEE THE MARCH DF TIME "WHEN THE AIR RAID STRIKES." THIS PROGRAM IS MADE POSSIBLE BY HOME AND COMMUNITY DIVISION OF DADE COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL. Zurich (WNS)—All Jews in Nazi-controlled areas will be annihilated if the Nazi armies arc in danger of losing the war. according to an article which appeared this week in the Nazi press. The article warned Jews in the Polish ghettos not to take heart at the victories of the Russian Army, stating that no Jew in Poland would live to see the day of a Nazi defeat. The Nazi press reminded the Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Europe that if the situation should ever arise which makes the Nazi position hopeless, the last remaining bullets and poison gas would be used to exterminate the Jews. Nazi Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels was quoted as regretting the fact that Nazi Germany permitted so many Jews from Gejmany and Austria to emigrate before 1939 when the Nazi armies overran Poland and started the second World War. The Nazi propaganda chief's sorrow was attributed to the fact that the hundreds of thousands of German and Austrian Jews, who fled to the United States. England and other countries, have become Germany's most determined foes. WEIZMAi HOLDS BRITISH GQV'T. IN REFUGEE LOSS London (WNS) —Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine and of the World Zionist Organization. placed the blame this week for the 'Strume' tragedy, in which more than 750 Rumanian Jewish refugees lost their lives, on the British government. Speaking at a special protest meeting of the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland, Dr. Weizmann. whose 24-year-old son Michael, a lieutenant in the Royal Air Force, was recently reported missing, bitterly condemned the P a Ic s t i n e Administration and "those who are responsible in Whitehall'" for the disaster. The meeting adopted a resolution calling the policies of the Palestine Administration "inimical to the Allied war effort." "This horrible fact," Dr. Weizmann said, "is enough to throw a glaring light upon the treatment meted to us by the Palestine Administration and to some extent also by those who are responsible in Whitehall. "These people could have entered Palestine as certificated immigrants if the slightest good-will or desire to meet us in such a tragic emergency had been shown. "What sort of people are these who rule the destinies of ralestine? People without understanding, without compassion, without pity. "One is driven to the"~cor.clusion that these Draconian regulations, this sending of people deliberately to their death, are only applied to Jews and applied particularly to Jews in their national home. "It is a mockery to have to register facts of this kind and at the same time to read the highsounding phrases mouthed so often by the leaders of democracy." ILLINOIS ERECTS STATUE IN HONOR OF GOV. HORNER Chicago (WNS) — Governor Dwight Green has appointed a commission to arrange for the erection in Chicago of a statue to the late Henry Horner .former Jewish Governor of Illinois. An appropriation of $25,000 for the statue was voted recently by the Illinois legislature. Members of the Commission include: Carl Sandburg, noted poet; U. S. Senator Scott Lucas; Illinois Secretary of State Edward Hughes. Oliver Barrett, Lloyd Louis and Paul Angle. EXECUTE JEW FOR SELLING KOSHER MEATS London (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Norway condemned to death this week four Jews and one Communist on charges of disseminating pro-British and anti-Nazi propaganda, it was reported by the official Norwegian radio in Oslo. Zurich (WNS)—Because Chemjo Wyszkoskj. Jewish inhabitant of the town of Ceglow in Poland could not forget he was a Jew. Nazi authorities had him shot, it was revealed in the Lemburgcr Zeitung. Nazi paper arriving here. Specifically charging that he slaughtered cattle according te Jewish ritual a special court condemned him to death, the Nazi newspaper report read. The newspaper also disclosed that the Nazis had accused Wyszkoski and of his father purchasing the cattle without permission of the authorities and that his father, upon learning of his impending arrest, committed suicide. At the same time, another report from Nazi-occupied Poland stated that Chaim Silbermaii, a Jewish butcher, was executed in Lublin for selling kosher meat to Jews. He was the third Jew executed in Poland within the past two weeks on that charge. I' \ ', r i. %  • %  I I %  %  ;



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P^AY, M ARCH 6, 1942 *Je*istiFhrklian PAGE THIRTEEN NATIONAL COUNCIL JEWISH WOMEN At the annual Purim party .riven by the Forum, Miami Section National Council of Jewish Sen, on Friday, March 6, 2 o m at the home of Dr. and Mrs Morris Goodman, 3619 Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach. Mrs Abraham Kellner will speak on -Dynamics of Dictatorship." Joy Whitman, vocalist, will present a musical program. Purim holiday refreshments will be served. Mrs. Moses Krieger will be chairman of the afternoon. A Garden Dance sponsored by earning fund pledges of the National Council of Jewish Women, Miami Section, will be held on Saturday, March 7, 9 p. m., at the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach. Mrs. Joe Heller is chairman of WOODS FUEL OIL CO. INC. Fuel for All Types Burners and Tractors BUTANE GAS Cooking Water Heating Refrigeration 1035 West Robinson Phones 9887—8086 C. Jfl BALLIET PLUMBING PLUMBERS SUPPLIES REPAIRING PETRO OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT 1525 E. Amelia Avenue PHONE 5378 ORLANDO. FLORIDA HORSES NAMED FOR PALM BEACH HANDICAP MARCH 9 Red Dock, the 3-year-old Peace Chance-Bittersweet gelding which scored a surprising victory over Sweet Willow, Doublrab and others in his initial appearance at Tropical Park this season, and which later was beaten only a length and a head in the Palm Beach Handicap, was the first horse named for the three distthe committee in charge of arance stakes to be run during the rangemcnts. Committee members assisting Mrs. Heller are Mrs. William Bernstein, Mrs. David Catsman, Mrs. Aaron Fair, Mrs. Louis Floischman, Mrs. Barney Goodman, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs. Leon Levy, Mrs. George Lister, Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. E. Albert Pallott, Mrs. Harold Rand, Mrs. Elry Stone. Tickets are available from members of the committee at the Helene Hotel. spring meeting opening on Monday March 9 and running 29 days, through April 10. into April—there is reason to believe that the crowds will be treated at Tropical Park's Spring session to the best in horseflesh and the best in racing that this course has been able to offer. As nominations to the stakes begin to come in in numbers, it becomes more and more evident that the majority of the top horses which have been campaigning in the State are slated to remain until the very end of the season. LOUIS ADAMIC DRAFTED BY U. S. FOR STORIES OF WAR ". In these critical days it is important to state the foundation First of these stakes is the 'of common religious convictions Have you bought Defense Bonds and Stamps yet? Buy them now and buy more and more for Victory's sake. J. O. YOUTSEY CONTRACTOR OF PLASTER AND STUCCO 520 Brookhaven Drive Phone 5872 ORLANDO. FLORIDA $7,500 added Coral Gables Handicap, which will be offered on Saturday, March 21. This will be over the nine-furlong course. On Saturday, April 4, the program will be headlined by the $5,000 added, mile and a-sixteenth Ponce de Leon Handicap. On the final day of the meeting—Saturday, April 10—the banner offering will be the $10,000 added, mile-and-a-furlong Tropical Handicap. With all signs pointing now to an unusually late season for Miami—a season that will run late OP mi !E ORLANDO. FLORIDA Complete Business, Secretarial and Civil Service Courses Open all the year. Ask for Syllabus. G. S. GASTON. Director 133-35 N. Main Street Phone 5286 ORLANDO. FLORIDA on which American institutions rest. These foundations, Protestant, Catholic and Jewish leaders agree, are spiritual in character. A completely materialistic and secularized way of life leads inevitably to paganism and eventually to some form of totalitarian tyranny. Victory for pur way of life* demands that wc preserve intact our common religious heritage. This is as important as anything that can be said about this war." —Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. In the midst of a two-month lecture tour which he began on February 1, Louis Adamic, author of "Two-Way Passage," was suddenly drafted by the Government to work with King Vidor, M-G-M director, who urgently requested his services in connection with a film dealing with American industry and immigrants. Mr. Vidor and Mr. Adamic now are visiting war plants, selecting scenes for the story. n GROCERY & MARKET 501 West South ORLANDO, FLORIDA GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE More People Ride on Goodyear Tires Than Any Other Kind HAL STARBUCK, Mgr. 300 N. Orange Phone 4113 ORLANDO. FLORIDA CENTRAL STORAGE & SERVICE GARAGE 70 W. Central Ave. PHONE 3361 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SOUTH POLE FISH & POULTRY MARKET Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cole 618 S. Parramore ORLANDO, FLORIDA THE BRASS RAIL 22 EAST CHURCH ORLANDO. FLORIDA MURRAH OIL COMPANY 500 North West Moreland Drive ORLANDO. FLORIDA Distributor of Products of KENDALL REFINING COMPANY Refined From 100% Bradford Pennsylvania Crude JOHN C. PAYNE. Jr.. Manager PHONE 8831 THE GLlDDEN COMPANY Cleveland. Ohio PAINTS VARNISHES ENAMELS A. L. WOODHAM. Manager PHONE 6001 Orlando Branch—228 N. Orange Avenue. Orlando. Florida X-CEL FEED STORE is your most conveniently located feed, seed and fertilizer store 20 Years Same Location 205 West Robinson Ph ne 3524 ORLANDO. FLORIDA L S B B Y & FREEMAN PLUMBING — HEATING WELL DRILLING 711 W. Church, Orlando. Fla. & 719 S. Parramore ORLANDO. FLORIDA ORLANDO PLUMBING & HEATING CO. H. D. LOUCKS. Manager Phone 6614 125 E. Gore ORLANDO, FLORIDA "Standard" Plumbing Fixtures Silver Chrome Bathroom Accessories Petro-Nokol Oil Burners Acme and Whitehead Kitchen Cabinets DEPENDABLE SERVICE Oil, Gas. Electric and Sun Water Heaters Sprinkling Systems ICE CLEANERS & BIERS 312 West Colonial Drive Phone 5221 ORLANDO. 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tives of all parties and groups
within the Zionist framework in
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ports the stand taken by the Jew-
ish Agency for Palestine in favor
of a Jewish Army based on Pal-
estine to fight under their own
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fundamental importance as that
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sponsibility must be vested in the
duly appointed representatives
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PUJDAY, M ARCH 6, 1942 Jewish Fhriclian PAGE FIFTEEN UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM PROFESSOR ACCEPTS : BROWARD CO. B'NAI B'RITH nRlfllNAL MANUSCRIPT OF HEBREW EPIC FROM AUTHOR LODGE HAS TREASURE HUNT The Broward County Lodge No. 1438. B'nai B'rith conducted a successful "Treasure Hunt" dinner and dance at the SpOtlite j Cluii, Hollywood, recently. More than 300 people attended. Proceeds are to be donated to charitable organizations, Hillel Foundation and Defense work. Irving Hoffman was chairman. Abe Tarler Co-chairman and Hannah Norman headed the women's division. Shown, left to right, arc Ben Aronin, Chicago author of the >brew epic, "The Abramiad," and Dr. Walter J. Fischel, distinguished faculty member of tne Hebrew University in Palestine, as the latter accepted the original parchment manuscript of "The Abramiad." pages of which can be seen in the above photograph, Library of the Chicago College of Jewish Studies. Znrich (WNS)—Reform Jews in Hungary have eliminated the playing of organs as their part of their services in a move aimed at closer relationship with the country's orthodox Jewish elements, according to reports received here. The report said that the Hungarian reform Jews had banned the playing of the organ, except at weddings, because it constituted a constant source of friction between the reform and orthodox elements of the Jewish population, and because of the extent of the Jewish tragedy throughout the world. RENOWNED JOURNALIST TOiRABBI EMERITUS KAPLAN BE BETH JACOB SPEAKER Ephraim Kaplan, renowned journalist, will be the guest speaker at the Friday night Forum of the Beth Jacob Congregation this Friday at 9 p. m. Mr. Kaplan is known to every Yiddish reading Jew for his featured articles in the Jewish Morning Journal, and is admired by every religious Jew not only for his writings but for the prominent part he is taking in a number of national Jewish organizations. Mr. Kaplan will speak on "Aside From the War," and will be introduced by Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. He will speak in Yiddish, ADDRESSES UNITARIANS Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, made the principal address at the annual dinner of the First Unitarian Church February 25. His theme was the cooperation shown by liberal Christian churches with local Jewish movements. Mr. Harris L. Selig of New York, executive director of the United Yeshivos Foundation, which provides financial and educational support to the Jewish day or parochial schools of America, is in Miami, to consult with officials of the newly organized Rabbi Israel Aaron Yeshiva and Parochial School. St. Augustine, Florida RIVERSIDE SEA FOOD MARKET Prompt Delivery to Homes and Restaurants All Sea Foods In Season 158 King Phone 28-29 St. Augustine, Fla. A. I. HYDEN FUEL OILS All Grades Dependable Service 38 Marine Phone 784 St. Augustine, Fla. BERNARD GINTY Plumbers 8c Heaters Phone 30 Let us check upon your heating plant St. Augustine, Fla. HARRIS SUNDRY STORE Soda Fountain 183 San Marco Ave. Phone 300 St. Augustine, Fla. GEORGE'S MARINE SHOP Johnson Outboard Motors Terms Marion Street Phone 939-J St. Augustine, Fla. BOG BRUNNEY'S GARAGE 218'/ 2 King Phone 815 St. Augustine, Fla. MODERN CLEANERS Complete Dry Cleaning and Laundry Service All Work Guaranteed 167 W. King Phone 54 St. Augustine, Fla. J.S.BUTTERFIELD GARAGE 137 King Phone 22 St. Augustine, Fla. BUILDER'S SERVICE COMPANY 51 CORDOVA PHONE 81 Cordova Branch — ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. GULF OIL CORPORATION ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA SUPERIOR DAIRIES Superior Quality — Superior Service 276 Sari Marco Avenue phone 740 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. NEW ST. IOHNS ICE COMPANY Riberia Telephone 140 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ARNETT ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS 83 Orange Phone 433 St. Augustine. Fla. DR. R. C. CONLEY Dougless Clinic "Where They Go to Get Well" Thoroughly Equipped 14 Bay St. Telephone 47 St. Augustine, Fla. L. O. DAVIS GROCERY Free Delivery Service 43 Whitney Phone 2123-J St. Augustine. Fla. MONSON BEAUTY SHOP Dorothy Manncey. Owner 82 Charlotte Phone 1140 St. Augustine, Fla. Tampa, Florida BAIN MOTOR SERVICE 103 S. Water Street Tampa. Fla. SYLVIAN POULTRY FARM 42 Street 8c E. Lake Tampa, Fla. E. G. HAUER PLUMBING 8c HEATING 807 W. Platt Phone H-3068 Tampa, Fla. HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON Jacqueline Hawkins. Mgr. TAMPA, FLA. SUNNY BROOK DAIRY Grade A Raw and Pasteurized Milk 1006 E. Osborne Phone S-5255 TAMPA, FLA. S E L Z ERAGE 205 Zack Street TAMPA, FLORIDA TAMPA BOX COMPANY 2nd and 21st Street TAMPA, FLA. MANHATTAN CAFE 210 E. Lafayette Ph. 4104 Open Day and Nite In Same Location Since 1907 Tampa. Fla. J. W. Y O U N G & COMPANY BOX MANUFACTURERS TAMPA. FLORIDA I I FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF TAMPA 408 Franklin Phone 3910 TAMPA, FLORIDA >. POLAR ICE AND ICE CREAM COMPANY 939 FIFTH AVE. PHONE M-1254 TAMPA, FLORIDA


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Tp.*. RETRAINS YOUTH FOR PALESTINE AGRICULTURE WITH FUNDS RAISED THROUGH 1.1. j \
RECONSTRUCTION GOES FORWARD. A
croup of young German Jewish refugees, rescued
from Nazi persecution in Europe, await perma-
nent settlement in a colony, after having com-
pleted their period of agricultural training. The
United Palestine Appeal, the central American
agency for the upbuilding and defense of the
Jewish homeland in Palestine, must provide land
and equipment for the colonization of many Mirh
young refugees who have reached Palestine in
recent months. The resources for the program of
the U.P.A. are derived from the United Jewish
Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and I'alm-
tine, in which it is represented together with the
Joint Distribution Committee and the National
Rrfugee Service. Photoa depict retraining activi-
ties in Palestine. (Above) A typical young
woman in the settlementt Sarid. (Above right)
A young refugee learning how to repair agricul-
tural implements. (Below right) Cirls wrapping
apples grown in the Sarid orchard.

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sing will be presented by Mar-
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Dr. Abraham Wolfson this Satur-
day afternoon at the Spinoza For-
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Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami
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of Miami, will speak on "The
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wJewisli fioridian w COINING YlhG jGWtStl HJlTIHlty H IVOLUME 15—No. 10 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS Local Lodge of B'nai B'rith To Have Honored Guest At Assembly Tuesday Evening Edward Rosenblum, 5th District president of B'nai B'rith, (will address Sholem Lodge of 1 Greater Miami at the March I meeting this coming Tuesday evening at the Elk's Club, 720 IWest Avenue, Miami Beach. His I topic will be "This Changing I World." Born in Bayonne, New Jersey, I in 1893. Mr. Rosenblum is a I graduate of Georgetown UniverIsity Law School and a member |of D. C. and North Carolina Bars. He was a member of American Expeditionary Forces in %  France, Eng. Corps, U. S. Army, EDWARD I. ROSENBLUM and after his discharge from Army was appointed to Executive Staff of the Jewish Welfare Board, Paris, France. He was a member of the first overseas unit of the Joint Distribution Committee December, 1919 for overseas work in Poland other parts of Eastern Europe. With the Joint Distribution Committee four years, serving as Administrator for Eastern and Western Galieia; Administrator for Roumania and Bulgaria; Administrator for White Russia, U.S.S.R. travelled through Austria, Germany, Turkey, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, and other European countries investigating refugee and child care relief. He was one of two Americans who received a Gold Medal and Citation from the Russian Government for relief work done on behalf of refugees and children in the famine stricken areas of Russia. He is past President of the Middle Atlantic States Federation of Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.'s; Past President of the Washington Y. M. H. A.; Former member of the Executive Committee of the Jewish Welfare Board; one of the organizers and members of the Jewish Community Center Board of Managers since its organization; Former Member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Social Service Agency; member of the Board of Directors of the Adas Israel Synagogue; member of the Executive and Foreign Relations Committee of the A. A. U. of the U. S.; member of the National Board of Governors of the Athletic Union of the United States; member of the Board of Governors of the United States Sports Federation (formerly United States Olympic Committee); Member of the Board of Governors of the District of Columbia A. A. U.; chairman of the Government Relations Committee of the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States; member of the Washington Post, Jewish War Veteran's No. 58; member of Samuel Gompers Lodge No. 45; F. A. A. M.; member of the General Committee District Grand Lodge No. 5 eight years, held office of third, second, first and now President of District Grand Lodge No. 5 B'nai B'rith; member of the Executive Committee of the Suprenje Lodge, and is at present Executive Director of the Jewish Community Center, Washington, D. C. NOTES FROM A JEWISH CITY EDITOR'S DESK From the top of your city editor's desk comes this collection of notes, news and nonsense gathered at random and good for laughs. f E PR0FESS0R|P0LISH ORDER REMAINS ASKS SEATS ON T LIFE NATIOIWAL BODY New Haven (WNS)—An important prehistoric find of the remains of an ancient civilization in Palestine was announced here by Millar Burrows; Professor of Biblical Theology at the Yale Divinity School and president of the American Schools of Oriental Research. The discovery supplied hitherto unknown information about the Stone Age men who lived 7,000 to 8.000 years ago. In his announcement of the invaluable discovery, Professor Burrows declared that "this is one of the most significant prehistoric finds in Palestine in recent years, it provides archaeo'ogists with valuable information a out Neolithic men who lived %  n caves in the Holy Land ages oefore the times of the Hebrew Patriarchs." London (WNS) — The Polish M i z r a c h i Organization here adopted a resolution calling for the appointment of a third Jewish member to the Polish National Council on the grounds that the two Jewish seats assigned are "inadequate and incompatible' with the percentage of Jews in the Polish population. The Organization named Rabbi Isaac Rubenstein, formerly a member of the Polish Sejm. who is now in New York, as their candidate for the office. Meanwhile, Polish authorities in Soviet Russia reported that they have been unable to locate the whereabouts of Zalmen Rubenstein, noted Jewish journa ist and former editor of the Vilna Tag and his son, Saul, both of whom were arrested and deported to Siberia on unspecified charges when the Soviet occupied Vilna. Information nom Overseas Lieutenant Abrahams, the official photographer aboard the "Repulse" was recently reported safe in Malaya, rescued after the sinking of the battleship. One of the correspondents paid tribute to Abrahams in tne following reference: "Hopping about the flag deck, from port to starboard, whichever side is being attacked, is the plump figure of 'Tubby' Abrahams." Lieutenant Abrahams, by the way, acquired much experience as a small boy in the last war when he was one of the few civilians allowed on board, assisting his father with his photographic apparatus, while his father took official naval pictures The publication of a new Hebrew journal called "Yalkut" has begun, edited by Professor Rawidocowicz, recently appointed lecturer for Hebrew at Leeds University. "Yalkut" is the only Hebrew publication now published in Europe News has reached London on the manner in which Jewish soldiers in the British forces are carrying on their religiotis practices in strange and new surroundings. A letter received from one soldier in occupied Abyssinia described the warm welcome they received from the Falasha Jews, the black Jewish tribes living there. The letter told of the small synagogues which have been rededicated by the British and South African Jewish soldiers Homework for Americans The March issue of the American Mercury contains a shocking revelation on the activities of "Our Fascist Enemies Within" by John Roy Carlson. On the basis of extensive investigation. Mr. Carlson reports that since Pearl Harbor there has been "no miracle of patriotic conversion among these elements" but rather they "remain as numerous, as active and as dangerous as ever." In a literal war sense, the writer calls them "enemies within." Quoting at length from pamphlets, publications, bulletins and correspondence written, after our entry into the war, by America Firsters, etc., and ranging in typical fashion against the Jews, against Roosevelt, etc., the writer amply proves his charges. In the face of all this Mr. Carlson asks: "Must we submit to internal Axis attacks merely because they take the form of words instead of explosives? Does not the new Fascist idea of war-making, extending military operations to the home front in terms of morale, call for adequate countermeasures?" For the Files Capetown, the mother Jewish community of South Africa, is now celebrating its centenary and has already received many messages of warm congratulation from South African leaders, including Field Marshal J. C. Smuts and the Governor-General. It is interesting to note that although Jews lived in Capetown as early as J709, it wasn't until the colony passed from the Dutch to the British in 1820, that freedom of religious belief was introduced. It was in 1841 that "the Society of the Jewish Community of Capetown" was formally established Effects of War On Jewish CommunaljOrganizations to Be 1942 Conference Theme The effects of the war on Jewish communal organizations will be the program theme of the 1942 conference of the Southeastern Region, Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, it was announced by Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta and Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville, cochairmen of the Program Committee. At this conference, to be held March 28 and 29 in Chattanooga, there will be sessions devoted to army and navy service in the Southeast; problems of fund raising in 1942; the current situations in the overseas and immigration field; welfare fund budgeting, and Jewish community organization. An Oneg Shebat on Jewish Education and the Community will be held on the Saturday afternoon preceding the opening of the conference, under the auspices of the American Association for Jewish Education. Among the outstanding sessions will be two "Information, Please" panels—on the war-time programs of overseas and refugee agencies, and on campaigning in 1942. In the former, announced the Program Chairmen, representatives of agencies in this field, with the help of a moderator from one of the local welfare funds, will answer questions on the constantly shifting conditions under which the agencies are now working. Participating in this session will be the Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal. National Refugee Service, Hebrew Sheltering and Immigrant Aid Society, American ORT Federation and Jewish Telegraphic Agency. Taking part in the "Information, Please" session on campaigning will be "experts" on various phases of campaign organization, including initial gifts solicitation, women's divisions, youth divisions, training of workers, and campaigning in small communities. The experts will be local welfare fund representatives who have had considerable experience in campaigning. In releasing the preliminary conference program, the chairmen emphasized the importance of this year's meeting as a means of developing community planning to cope with the new demands and new local responsibilities brought on by war-time conditions. "The continuation of the work of the agencies supported by Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds has been recognized by governmental authorities as an important part of the total war effort in strengthening morale at home and abroad," said the chairmen. "This war means many things in terms of Jewish community organization," they continued. "It means a testing of strengths, a reevaluation of current programs, a maximum utilization of existing resources. Above all, it means a challenge to our Jewish leadership to carry on the essential and necessary services under Jewish auspices as additional responsibilities to our effort in the nation's all-out drive for victory." Delegates designated by CounI cil member agencies in the Southeastern Region will meet in Chattanooga to consider methods by which the organized Jewish communities can make a maximum contribution both in the general community wide effort and in their own special fields of interest and responsibilities. ECONOMY DRIVE SAYS NAZIS PAY;TO HELP JEWRY FOR THEIR FOLLYilN PALESTINE Moscow ( WNS ) — Countless German soldiers are paying with their lives for "the senseless racial theory" of the Nazis, according to Dr. Paul Schultze. German doctor captured by the Russians, the Moscow press reported this week. Revealing that an order issued by Nazi authorities forbids the use of "Jewish blood" in transfusions given to wounded German officers and soldiers, the doctors, who was attached to the 68th German Infantry Division, stated that an insufficient amount of "Aryan" blood resulted in the unnecessary deaths of many wounded soldiers. LITHUANIAN JEW IS NAMED TRANS-JORDAN CONSULATE Jerusalem (WNS) — The appointment of G. Volkauskas, Lithuanian Jewish journalist, as acting Lithuanian consul-general in Palestine and Trans-Jordan was announced here. The appointment was made by M. Balutis, Lithuanian minister in London. New York (WNS)—A drive to help sustain the economy of the Jewish community of Palestine, whose wine industry is threatened with destruction because all markets except the United States have been cut off by war, was launched yesterday by eight national Jewish organizations devoted to Palestine. They announced that 10,000 cases of Palestinian wine have just arrived in New York harbor on a boat returning from a perilous journey to the Middle East wih LendLease material and called upon their hundreds of. thousands of members throughout the nations to support the ancient wine industry of Palestine by disposing of the wine, particularly in connection wih the forthcoming celebration of Passover. The national organizations include the Palestine Foundation Fund, the Jewish National Fund, Hadassah, the United Palestine Appeal, Mizrachi Zionist Organization, Poale Zion and Junior Hadassah. % %  I Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— -mt>


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^^fl FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1942 ^k^isHhrktinr PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 HAl'RICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21at Terrace CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2171 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. Evening Services..... Saturday morningSunday morning .7:00 p. m. 8:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. Hebrew School, daily 3:15 to 6.15 p. m. MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1416 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Guest Speaker Ephraim Kaplan will be the guest speaker at this Friday night's Forum. He will speak in Yiddish, and his theme will be "Aside From the War." We know that many hundreds will take this rare opportunity to hear our distinguished guest speaker. To be assured of a seat, come early. Our service begins promptly at 9 a. m. Bar Mitzva Jack Sol Feit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Feit, will celebrate his Bar Mitzva during services this Saturday morning. All members and friends are invited. Reception after the service will be held in our Community Building. Purim Ball Our thirteenth annual Purim Ball will be held in the Floridian Hotel Ball Room this Sunday at 9 p. m. A great deal depends upon the success of the affair. You are urged to come and bring your friends. P. T. A. Meets Our P. T. A. will meet this Sunday at 10 a. m. in the synagogue building. All members, parents of our students, and friends are cordially invited. Important matters will be discussed. Religious School Entertainment Our Purim entertainment will be presented in our synagogue building this Sunday at 11 a. m. for all children and adults. A modern Purim play, a number of selections, songs and recitations will make up the program. Our Glee Club under the direction of Miss Sonya Shpall will present a Purim Concert. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge. Sisterhood Meets Our monthly Sisterhood meeting will be held this Tuesday night at 8:30 p. m. in our Community Building. On the program are Clara Levine, noted HebrewYiddish-English poejess, and other talent. Interesting reports will be tendered. All women are invited. Sisterhood Party A bridge and mah jong party will be held at the Victor Hotel Tuesday afternoon, March 17, by our Sisterhood. Get your tickets early and ensure another Sisterhood success. Habanoth Chapters The Victory Chapter of Miami Beach Habanoth will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Evelyn Decky. They celebrated the installation of their new officers at the home of our Rabbi last week. The second chapter of our Habanoth will meet as usual m our Community Building Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. Daughters of Israel The Daughters of Israel will hold a regular meeting this Saturday night at 8:30 p. m. in our t-ommunity Building. Men and women are invited. Girl Scout Installation Our Scout Troop celebrated its officer installation in our Community Building last Wednesday night. Mrs. Rose Goldberg and &cout Troop number 32 were the Buests Our Girl Scouts meet each Wednesday at 7:15 p. m. Young Judeans Mrs. Anne Slotsky has accepted co-sponsorship of our Young u ca 2, boys &nd g' r,s who meet each Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in r Community Building. She orings with her a great deal of public school teachings and orcorn^ atl0nal ex P e e n ceWelMSynagogue Wedding RoVtK Ha "" ls Bernstein and Mrs. ertna Greenfield were joined '" marriage in our synagogue j*& ^rifiSffiff*p£ Mr. M. Bjft-rtJ !" If?L h X: formed the ceremony with the Mr. Sam Broock and Mr. L. Ko •".stance or CanTor ^lamcnes senbaum, members now recuperw Refuo Shlaymo ating at the Jackson Memorial w e wish a speedy recovery to Hospital. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 8 W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 8. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 8. W. Third Street Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15, Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct and Cantor Henry Marbein will chant. This Friday evening has been designated as B'nai B'rith and auxilary Sabbath. The members of the B'nai B'rith and the auxilary will participate. Burnett Roth, president of B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, president of the auxiliary will speak on the central theme, "Unity Above All!" During the Oneg Shabbos which will follow immediately after the services, and which will be arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Braelove in honor of their son's wedding, Eva Checkoway, National representative of the Pioneer Women of Palestine, will speak briefly on "Woman and the Sabbath/' Shabbos Porah This Sabbath is known as "Shabbos Porah." During the services Saturday morning at 9:30, Joseph, the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Tannenbaum, will become Bar-Mitzvah. He will extend greetings to the worshipers, and a cordial invitation to the "Kiddush" which will follow immediately after the services. Junior Congregational services will be conducted at 10:30. Sunday School United celebration of Sunday Schools of Greater Miami area was a hugh success and a splendid demonstration of solid Unity of Greater Miami Jewry. In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten of beloved ones whosenames are inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this week, will be mentioned from the pulpit during the services this Friday night: Yisroel Moshe, father of Chas. Rosengarten; Yisroel, husband of Lee Alpert; Mordecai, father of the late Wolf Blutstein; Mordecai, son of Mrs. David Mayer; Chaim, father of Mrs. Hoffman. Sisterhood Bulletin A very urgent and special meeting of the Sisterhood will be held this Monday evening, March 9th at the Beth David Talmud Torah, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. fsador Fine, president, stresses the importance of this meeting and hopes to greet a large attendance. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 AM. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday night at 8 o'clock Dr. Samuel Bens ion will lecture on the subject, "Golden Calf Jitterbugs." Cantor Josef S. Legyel will officiate with the Jewish Center Choir assisted by Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning at 10 o'clock Dr. Bension will preach on The Scriptural Lesson. At 5 p. m. the Adult Hebrew Bible Text class will meet and at 5 o'clock the Oneg Shabbas repast will be celebrated. Cantor Kapov-Kagan Concert The famous New York cantor, Kapov-Kagan will officiate at the morning services at the Center Synagogue Auditorium and on Sunday evening he will render a sacred concert which will be directed by Cantor Josef S. Lengyel. As participating artists there will appear Mr. Walter Grossman, well known Miami cellist and Miss Edith Freeman, pianist. Admission cards are available. Frankel Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Marvin, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel, will be celebrated at the Sabbath morning services and an informal reception and Kiddush will follow at the Center Patio immediately after the services. First Aid Mrs. Ben Marbach announces the formation of a new beginners class in First Aid this Monday evening. Applicants must register immediately. Dances For Uniformed Men Under the joint auspices of the Sisterhood and the Center Social League weekly dances for the men in uniform will be held on Saturday nights beginning with March 14th. In Our School On recent Flag Day our school brought in for the Jewish National Fund the sum of $71.61. Burton Farber, Chas. Cohen and Allan Koch distinguished themselves. Mr. Freedman was in charge. In the absence of Miss Miriam Heller, Miss Dorothy Shoenhaum will instruct her class. A very fine Purim play was presented by the children last Sunday afternoon under the direction of Molka Reich. Center Election The election of officers and directors of The Jewish Center will take place on Tuesday evening, March 10th. In the Service of Our Country If you will be good enough to let us know the names and addresses of your boys who have joined our country's military forces, we shall be happy to send them our bulletins and also to introduce them to the Rabbis and the Jewish Welfare Board representatives in the various military bases and camps. Sisterhood Garden Party The Sisterhood is making preparations for the donors Garden Party to be held on Thursday evening, March 26th at the Blackstone Hotel. Morris Kiass Forum Speaker Morris Klass, executive director of The Greater Miami Jewish Federation, will be the guest speaker at the closing Forum on next Monday evening. Mr. Klass is a graduate of the University of Michigan and of The New York Jewish School of Social Service. He will take as his subpect, Jewish Philantropy. Unveiling of Tablets The unveiling of our Memorial Tablets will take plact on Sunday evening, March 15th. Impressive and reverent rituals will SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv Saturday.. _.6:00 p. m .9:00 a. m. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB. H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 5400 LaOorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Pro Patria 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 say, each matter will be held In strict confidence. The number of our boys who are in service of our country does credit to the patriotic spirit of our large membership. This week we pause to honor Private Henry Reinhardt who serves at Camp Lee, Va. Annual Ball We are pleased to announce that Mr. Nathan Ginsburg kindly consented to act as chairman of our annual bair and his personal interest in the affair is a full guarantee for both a social as well as a financial success. Sidney Rose and his Reveliers will supply modern dance music and full care is being taken that a most enjoyable and entertaining time shall be had by all. Sabbath Sermon Rabbi Kellner will preach on the significance of Shabbos Parah which will be observed this Shabbos. The Rabbi's theme will be "Law and Order." Well Done We are pleased to note the remarkable success of the first annual joint Sunday School affair held last Sunday morning. It does credit to the splendid achievements of the Rabbinical Association that such a splendid program was arranged for the benefit of the spirit of unity and harmony in our Jewish community. Mazel Tov We are happy to extend sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Irving Pollack whose wedlock was solemnized by Rabbi Kellner on Sunday last. Sincere congratulations to Brother and Mrs. J. Rosenthal who report the birth of their first grandchild this week. Brother and Mrs. Izzy Weiner are also happy grandparents and we are most pleased to express heartfelt Mazel Tov greetings to them. Mrs. Kellner to Speak The National Council of Jewish Women has honored our Rebbetzen with an invitation to address their fortnightly meeting this Friday. Mrs. Kellner will speak, on "The Dynamics of Dictatorships." Condolences We chronicle with profound regrets the passing of the late Mr. M. Margolis, father of our brother Sidney Margolis and we beg to extend to our bereaved brother the congregation's deepest sympathy. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 6th, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject, "A Comforting Calamity." The musical service will be presented by the Temple Israel Choir, composed of: Rosemary Gerson, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto; Emory Krieger, baritone; Arturo diFillipi, tenor, and Frances Tarboux, organist and conductress. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, March 7th, 1942, 11 a. m. Congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. Members of the Confirmation Class who will participate in this service will be Molly Ann Boyell, Marjorie Berman, William Baros, jr., Sylvia Bcrkman, and Lois Braz, 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; Eshell Bronston, father of Mr. Benj. E. Bronston and Mr. Walter E. Bronston. Yahrzeits: Joel Kuperberg, father of Mr. Mitchell Kuperberg; Morris Lewis, father of Mrs. Albert L. Kahn; Pauline T. Scheinberg; Olga Warner, mother of Mrs. Rose Adler; Israel Wasman. The floral offering of last Friday was presented by Mrs. Benj. H. Kohl in memory of her Father. IT LIKES YOU mark the occasion. The relatives of the departed whose names appear on the Tablets will be called on to participate in kindling the Memorial lights. CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky At the dedication services held this week at Congregation Gates of Prayer. 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, an extensive membership drive was launched. Many new members have already affiliated themselves with the synagogue and the program will continue throughout the entire month of March. This coming Sabbath morning a bar mitzvah celebration of Moses Karp. son of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Karp will take place at the congregation. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader, of the congregation, will address the bar mitzvah and will deliver an address to the congregation on the subject of "Kindness and Charity." Services are being held daily each morning and evening at the address of the synagogue. 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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Stubborn and hot headed
His actions regretted
Of him no one wants control
Nor wants him to sell his soul
But realize he must
That he must be just
Owning a title does not mean
Respect to others above him be lean
Recall should he of the past
And how long will it last
To be shielded and for advice
Trying for a while to be nice
Running from one to the other
And now from both run to cover
Bold and brave might he be
Bluffs will give out, you'll see.
And there's two signs on Mi-
ami Beach belonging to two of
our groups that are the butt of
much unfavorable criticism and
the pressure is coming through
for one to be changed and the
other to be removedand rightly
A Double Holiday for Polish Jews in Russia "*""|
The J. D. C. Dispatches Matootfa and Medicines1 I
Left, pulling the" address M oao
of the carton* of the 60-ton ship-
menl of malzolh which the Jaiat
Distribution Committee haa tent
there to be distributed among
600,000 Polish refugee, who are
scattered all over Asiatic Russia.
Aa part of its special Passover
relief program, J.D.C. haa also
shipped matzoth to Portugal,
Jamaica, Haiti and the Domini-
can Republic.
King regret* to learn that an
outfit her* will by virtue of
their own actions be taken for
a ride and the road will be
found considerably bumpy with
possibilities of even the build-
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rugged and that's what's hap-
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spoiling the broth .
Have you bought your De-
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than $30,000 worth of medicines
and concentrated food products
which the J.D.C. is shipping to
give Polish Jew* in Russia a
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yeast, bandages, surgical sup-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942 *Jewisti fhrkHar) PAGE ELEVEN VICTORY BUY UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS AND STAMPS a_ St. Petersburg, Fla. Messenger & Package Delivery Service 310 1st Avenue South Phone 5535 St. Petersburg, Fla. SINCLAIR REFINING CO ST. PETERSBURG. FLA. PUBLIC BONDED WAREHOUSE Fireproof Storage for Household Goods. Pianos. Trunks, Rup,s, Merchandise, Store Fixtures and All Articles of Value. INDIVIDUAL MOTH PROOF RUG VAULTS PIANO ROOM Separate Compartments for Household Goods Our Storage Rates Include Insurance OUR SPECIALTY: Expert Packing and Shipping neouced Hauling Rates on Goods Stored for Season Estimates Cheerfully Given H. D. ATWOOD. Manager P. O. BOX 2169 3435 Seventh Avenue, South ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. SUGDEN RIDING ACADEMY St. Petersburg. Fla. JOHNSTONE BROS. FUEL CO. 2143 Fifth Avenue South Phone 3-7763 St. Petersburg. Fla. WORLEY ROOFING COMPANY 325 10th Avenue North Phone 5301 St. Petersburg, Fla. I. H. SAVERY. INC. Plumbing Gas Piping Heating Repairing 905 Burlington Ave. No. Phone 5980 Albert Kimbrey, Pres. St. Petersburg. Fla. BOYETT ROOFING & SHEET METAL WORKS. Inc. S. L. BOYETT 1045 Fourth Street. South Phone 5359 ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA MOLITOR'S — SUPERIOR GARAGE PHONE 5735 CORNER 7th STREET and 2nd AVENUE SOUTH ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA OFFICIAL ZIONISTS DEFINE STAND ON QUESTION New York (WNS)—The position of official Zionist bodies in America on the question of the formation of a Jewish Army in Palestine was defined in a statement issued here by the Zionist Committee for Zionist Affairs. Representing the Zionist Organization of America, Mi/.rachi, Poale-Zion and Hadassah, the Statement, signed by Stephen S. Wise, chairman, read: 1. The American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs which is composed of representatives of all parties and groups within the Zionist framework in this country, wholeheartedly supports the stand taken by the Jewish Agency for Palestine in favor of a Jewish Army based on Palestine to fight under their own colors, though under British command, as an ally of the United Nations. The Emergency Committee has conducted and is continuing to conduct an energetic campaign in that behalf. 2. There is no connection whatsoever between the Zionist bodies in this country and the "ComSTANDARD GARAGE 30 N. W. 3rd Street PHONE 2-9609 SHERIDAN FOOD MARKET 415 W. 41st Street PHONE 57345 VENETIAN WAY SERVICE STATION 1349 Dade Boulevard PHONE 6-9130 UNIVERSAL CARLOADING AND DISTRIBUTING CO.. INC. 1785 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6505 WALKER CASKET CO. 1433 N. E. Miami Place mittee for a Jewish Army." The latter is a self-constituted body owing responsibility to no one but itself. Connected with the formation of a "Committee for a Jewish Army" are a number of persons formerly associated with an extreme section of the Revisionist Organization. 3. The American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs is opposed to the campaign for funds at present conducted by the "Committee for a Jewish Army." Such expenses as must necessarily be incurred in con-' nection with the work of the Zionist Emergency Committee on | behalf of the Army cause, arc provided from the regular budget at the disposal of the Emergency Committee. Zionists throughout the country will wish to do their ; share in the movement in behalf of a Jewish Army through their. respective organizations all of, which are represented in the American Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs. 4. The campaign on behalf of i a Jewish military force which is being conducted by the American Emergency Committee for < Zionist Affairs has the wholehearted support of the American i Palestine Committee which under the chairmanship of Senator Robert E. Wagner has a membership of nearly 800 including many of the outstanding representatives of American political, religious and intellectual life. 5. In conclusion we would emphasize that in a matter of such fundamental importance as that of the Jewish Army ultimate responsibility must be vested in the duly appointed representatives of the Zionist movement. It cannot be assumed by a body which refuses to recognize the authority of that movement. To accept any other principle is to introduce chaos in Jewish life and to inflict grave damage on the Jewish Army cause itself. rSjGUST BROS Rv^ L*^ X* the BEST.' MAGIC CITY TRANSFER S01 N. W. 5th Ave. Ph. 2-4072 GASTON B. 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jTUDAY, MARCH 13, 1942 *k*1s*rk*Mnn PAGE FIVE BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MUSKS MICSCHEDOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAflilCK MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21nt Terrace TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Barom 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Closing Friday Night Forum The record attendance at our Friday night Forums extended our winter lecture series beyond Purim this year. We would gladjy continue it yet further, but thfi lateness of our Friday evening services makes it too inconvenient. Between the two, traditional services are the more important. So this Friday night we shall close a most successful series of lectures with "Bczallol Work." the closing theme of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff. Wo have been particularly pleased with the large attendance of young people this year who have enjoyed making Friday night Synagogue night. As usual. Cantor Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Happy Birthday: To Marilyn Greenberg. Barbara Lebowitz, Avrom Rifkin, Arthur Roscnthal. Also H. Laibson. E. Roth. S. Rubin. Dr. M. J. Safra, E. Raphael, and L. Hohauser. Congratulations: Wedded by our rabbi during the past week were David Berkman and Eva Zilman; Abraham Margolis and Mildred Tepper; Harris Bernstein and Mrs. Bertha Greenfield; Merwin Lasner and Ethel Siegel; Harold Henigson and Lillian Abramson. May God bless them all with long lives of wedded bliss. Congratulations to our rabbi and rebbetzin on their 7th wedding anniversary. Welcome: Mr. and Mrs. J. Reichgott and Mrs. A. Berow, our own Mrs. Berow's family representatives. Nichum Avelim: Our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of P. Michaels who departed this earth after a long illness. Monday. May the Almighty console the bereaved. We mourn the passing of Mrs. Celia Katz. Passover April 2nd to 9th This season of preparation for Pesach is a very active and important one. Rabbi Mescheloff is eager to answer all questions concerning Passover. He is at the synagogue office each morning till 10, and each afternoon from 4 to 8. He may be reached by phone at 5-6159 or 5-1328. Our rabbi will be glad to take care of. Mechirass Chametz for you—an obligation for tourists as well as residents. Our sexton, Max Pi it, will be glad to supply you with Passover wines. School Entertainment Very enjoyable was our Purim entertainment given last Sunday morning to an enthusiastic audience of parents and our P.T.A. membership. Cantor Mamches lead the school in singing of a number of Purim songs, assisted by our school pianist. Mrs. Josephine Adler. A group of our four year olds sang a special Purim song. Miss Kalein helped in the job of makeup ror our Purim play, "Up Haman's Sleeve, in which the following cniidren took part: Sylvia Naness, Walter Lebowitz. Gladys Gewirts, Marilyn Goodman, Marvin Goodman, Ernest Blum, Lu;"'*' Sapowitz, Bernice and Jean"•jUe Sir, Marilyn Greenberg, £hc Baxer, Bert Pecharsky, rranklin Schonebaum, Martin "'blowitz, Joseph Kantor, Paul ^evrant, Leonard Berg. Jay ^-rystol and Jerry Berkowitz. Additional Purim poems and reflations completed the program. naman tashen were served to ie entire school by our P.T.A. Sabbath eve services Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon subject: "Out of Luck." Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Assembly 11:30 a. m. Youth Club Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood social for men and women Monday at 8 p. m. Sewing for the American Red Cross, British War Relief Society, Bundles for America, etc.. Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Temple Emanu-El is a liberal Synagogue serving Hollywood as well as Fort Lauderdale and all of Broward County, Florida. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2 1173 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1131 S. \V. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 We Sisterhood hope you already have r£rt for the Sisterhood card &f i? y „- be held th s Tuesday at "£ Victor Hotel Patio at 1:30. "<" expect a large attendance, and hope to refill our exhausted jE2&\ Won 't you help us and yourself, to a good t ime? (CONTINUED ON PAGE •> 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 6.15 p. m. Community Chest Sabbath At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct and Cantor Marbein will chant. This Friday evening has been designated as "Community Chest Sabbath." It is the duty of every loyal resident of Greater Miami to do his share by contributing proportionately to the annual campaign of our Community Chest which starts officially this week. During the services this Friday evening, Isidor Cohen, well known pioneer of this area and a member of the administrative board, and official representative of the Chest, will speak on the subject, "We Shall Not Fail." There will be no solicitation of funds during the services but an interpretation of the growth of Greater Miami and its relationship to the Community Chest. An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dickson in honor of their son Bernard's birthday. Shabbos Ha-Chodesh This Sabbath is known as "Shabbos Ha-Chodesh." During the services the Rabbi will speak briefly in Yiddish. He will disi cuss the subject. "Nissan—The Month of Victory." Junior congregational services will be conducted by members of the Junior congregation at 10:30. Men In Service We wish to advise our many members who have sons in the armed forces of our country to please contact our secretary. H Simons, 2-3151. Several of our boys of whom we have a record are being advised that we have gladly included them in our membership and that they will receive all information and news from home concerning activities in Miami. A membership card will be mailed to them. Please phone the secretary's office if your son is in service. In Memonum 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: Eliah Lazarus: Yitzchock, Isaac, father of Mrs. Louis Weinkle; Chave, mother of Mrs Frances Berman; Sorah, in memory of Sarah Afremow. Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Jewish Hour over WIOD this Sunday aftern oon from 4:30 (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach CONGREGATION GATES OF PRATE* 230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky 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 o'clock Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on the subject "The New Deal and The New Moon." Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the Jewish Center Choir. Edith Freeman assisting. Dr. A. L. La LHD of Chicago, will lecture on Saturday morning on the topic, •"Israel's Divine Destiny." A children's kiddush w I be s rv< d at noon in the Sue Ones Sabbath will i e cell I at i> P. M. following the brew Prophetic Text study class. Frankel Bar Mitzvah Marvin, the son of President and Mrs. Mayer H. Frankel. celebrated his bar mitzvah last Saturday morning. A congregation of almost eight hundred attended. Dr. Samuel Bension and Cantor Kapov-Kagan officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Frankel spread a buffet luncheon to the community at the reception which followed immediately after the services at the patio. Many telegrams of congratulations were received. Mr. and Mrs. Frankel take this opportunity to acknowledge the many expressions of good will which were extended to them on the occasion. Relatives from New York attended. Tablet Unveiling The unveiling of the Memorial Tablets will take place with a beautiful, impressive and elaborate ceremonial in which Dr. Bension, Rabbi Spitz, Cantor Lengyel and the choir, and the families of the deceased whose names appear on the Memorial Tablet will participate. Linked with this ceremony will also be the celebration of a Siyum Hasefer, the acceptance of a new scroll of the Torah from Mr. and Mrs. William Weinberger in memory of their daughter, Ida. All are welcome to attend. Sisterhood The Sisterhood had a very fine Purim program which was attended by upwards of three hundred guests who were served Purimdig refreshments. President Helen Schoenfeld introduced Mrs. Louis Ginsberg, wife of Prof. Louis Ginsberg, as the guest of honor for the evening. Cultural chairlady, Mrs. Ben Marbach, carried out an interesting program which included Mrs. Leon Spitz, talk; Miss Dorothy Lightman, readings, and Miss Ethel Barron, banjo and singer. The Sisterhood announces a Donors Garden Party at the Blackstone Hotel on Thursday evening, March 26th. The Sisterhood will also participate in welcoming the U. S. service men both to the (CONTINUED ON PAGE 4) Congregation Gates of Prayer located at 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, continues its vast membership drive and expects to reach its quota soon. The congregation, which is under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky, has I established a special Passover fund which will be used for the purpose of distributing food to the poor and needy during the Passover holiday. Contributions have already come in and the fund will be able to serve a beneficial purpose in the community. Rabbi Rackovsky will address the congregation this coming Sabbath morning on the theme, "Specialties," with reference to the portion of the week. Services are being held daily each morning and evening at the congregation. *'*• LIKES YOU MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER, Rabbi H21 s w. Htn Terrace I'hone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street TEMPLE ISRAEL 127 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7745 RABBI JACOB 11. KAPLAN Ph. D. Rabbi Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COUftAN A. ZWITMAN. 6400 LaUorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 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 There are countless ways in which we can serve our glorious country in these trying days. Whatever we can do for both the men in service as well as for civilian morale is of utmost importance. We therefore applaud the stand of the committee in charge of our ball who have extended a most sincere invitation to all Jewish service men in this area, to be guests of honor at our forthcoming Purim ball. Eleventh Annual Purim Ball The Eleventh Annual Purim Ball of our congregation promises to be one of the most outstanding events ever undertaken by our synagogue. Mr. Nathan Ginsburg, chairman of arrangements, is bending every effort to assure every one present of a most enjoyable time. Sidney Rose and his continental band will provide excellent dance music and a most splendid program of entertainment will be provided by Miss Phyllis Schulman our own brilliant singer, who will be accompanied by a troup of excellent artists featuring Bobby Jones, the world's youngest master of ceremonies, and several other star performers. The following committee has been named. Reception committee: Mrs. George Chertkof, Mrs. Harold Kern and Mrs. Harry Schulman: entertainment: Harry Schulman. Meyer Cohen and Arthur Rifas; refreshments: Mrs. Jacob Soffer, Mrs. R. Eisenstadt, Mrs. A. Sackovitz, Mrs. A. I. Orlansky, and Mrs. S. Geltner; tickets: Mrs. Morris Bear, Mrs. John C. Temple and Mrs. S. Holczer; gifts, Mrs. N. Levine. Mrs. R. Neuman, and Mrs. Sarah Alber. A special feature of the event will be a dance contest. The affair will take place in the Grand Ballroom of the Miami Women's Club. 1737 N. Bayshore Drive, March 18th. Refuo Shlemo We pray for the speedy recovery of our dear brother, Maurice Tarols, who is recovering from a serious operation in Jackson Memorial Hospital. Path of Sorrows We chronicle with profound regrets the untimely passing of our dear brother, Harry Michaels, Olov Hasholom and we beg to extend to his dear ones our deepest sympathy. Buy Defense Bonds Today. 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 sympathetlc hearing and advice, and, needless t. aay, each matter will be held in st: let conf l< re, Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 13th, at 8:15 o'clock. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject, "The Religion of Japan," being the first in a series of addresses on the theme of "Shintoism versus Hebraism." The musical service will be rendered by the Temple Israel Choir. A reception for worshipers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Lectures on the Far East The actions of the Japanese government in the war of the Pacific turn our attention to the religion of these people, now worshiping the State and obeying the impulse toward aggression urged upon them by their military leaders. What is the Shinto religion, which is the State religion of the Nipponese empire? What kind of ethics do the people follow? How much has China influenced Japan? How much of Buddhism is prevalent in Japanese life? Sabbath Morning Service Saturday morning, March 14, 11:00 o'clock. Torah reading and interpretation of Biblical portion in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwitman. Readers: Bart Cohen, Marjory Freedman, Dorothy Goldstein, Barbara Gordon and Mildred Greenberg. Congratulations Temple Israel and all its affiliate organizations, extend their heartiest congratulations: To Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sperling upon the occasion of the birth of their granddaughter, Frances Elaine;; to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff upon the occasion of the birth of their daughter, Shirna; to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barken upon the occasion of the birth of their son; to Dr. and Mrs. Jacob H. Kaplan upon the occasion of the engagement of their nephew; to Dr. F. H. Kauders upon the occasion of his engagement to Miss Phyllis Salter; to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Davis upon the occasion of the engagement of their son; to Joseph I. Davis upon the occasion of his engagement to Miss Felice Shreter. Passover Seder Reservations Due to the annual over-subscription at the Temple Passover Seder, wo advise our members to send in their reservations for this spiritual and social event as soon as possible. The Seder will take place on Wednesday evening. April 1st. at 6:30 o'clock in Kaplan Hall, under Sisterhood sponsorship. The SisVrhood committee in charge of the Seder dinner will be listed in next week's Temple Bulletin. In the meantime, make your inquiries and reservations by writing to. or calling, the Temple office. Reservations should be accompanied by check. 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 Samuel Tunick. Yahrzeits: Lena Pearlman, mother of Jules Pearlman; Harold Pearlman, father of Jules Pearlman; Emil Davis, father of Mrs. Myron M. Newman; Frederick Scheuer, brother of Albert Scheurer; Bertha Binswanger, mother of Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf; Riza Whitelaw, mother of Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy; Alexander Samuel Zucker, husband of Mrs. Jessie Zucker, and father of Mrs. Jules Pearlman. V ;,< % % %  >


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*Jewistfk>ridli?ir
FRIDAY, MARCH 6.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
HAS B'NAI B-RITH NIGHT
Friday night, March 6th has
been designated as B'nai B'rith
night at Beth David Congrega-
tion. Services will be conducted
by members of Sholem Lodge
and the Ladies' Auxiliary. Ser-
vices, in its entirety, will be con-
ducted by Burnett Roth, Louis
Heiman, Milton Friedman. Mau-
rice Cromer and Ernest Suss-
man. The Ladies' Auxiliary will
participate in the services with
Miss Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Sam
Silver, Mrs. Louis Heiman. Mrs.
Maurice Grossman I and Mrs. S.
B. Miller participating.
They Help Defend Our Freedom
KEY WEST
NOTES
Special Purim services for men
in the armed forces of the gov-
ernment were held at the B'nai
Zion Congregation. Rabbi La-
zarus Lehrer, spiritual leader of
the community, was in charge.
Cantor J. Schram assisted with
the services.
Sabbath sen-ices are held every
week to which service men are
invited and past weeks have seen
a large attendance.
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1942
BISCAYNE DOG TRACK
DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS
TO BE DECIDED NEXT WEEK
Three Biscayne dog track sV
tance championships will be dt
cided at the northside oval ne
week. n
Formerly a 5-16ths mile track
the Biscayne oval was made intn
a futurity course last Fall ,
part of the $25,000 improvement
program at the plant and Bis
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of being the only futurity track in
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distances were established The
Miami Shores course of 330 yards
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is the 5-16ths mile, then the 605
yard Biscayne course. The Sem
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is just 50 feet less than 7-16ths of
a mile.
The futurity distance champion-
ship will be run on Monday the
5-16ths mile test on Wednesday
and the Biscayne course champ-
ionship on Saturday.
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PAGE FOURTEEN *Jewist fkrkHari_ FRIDAY, MAR CH 6, 1 942 RABBIS STRESSES NEED FOR UNITY will fight under its own banner | r it I on the side of the democracies. II I I— II I Ulll under allied command, to defend its land and the Near East" was adopted by the convention. Other resolutions adopted approved a joint conference of Orthodox. Conservative and Reform rabbis in June. 1943. to be held in Atlantic City: urged that the "Syna| gogue Council of America make an intensive effort to foster the Cincinnati (WN'S>— The Cen-1 establishment of local synagogue tral Conference of American Rabcouncils, and recommended that bis adopted a report stressing ;: nization "endorse the prothe need for Jewish unity and j ec t, to conduct as soi n as outlining a course oJ action for i Nat Iment Jows at its 52nd annual convenc I'man additional 25.tion here which ers for Reform Congre. by more than 2^0 rabbis from all gations, xp< nse I parts of the United States and ndividual communil ;a:l A report by \:.< Committee on Stating that '•our first and:.:,.. tn < Family and the most important problem is to d s in our | st shai ith other agencies •P ""in itask of to a mini-| which was presented by 1 C mm um the effects of n Contemporary History, war uj ily life" and sugI tli formation i ; a joint to our fellow Ji -.,.abroa ( j ,,,repreadding that "this help ear. be sentativi groups "to work in beht to our fellow Jews only ;..,:> ; maintaining the home the sirlowing were elected to the execurcsponding secretary. The folboard for a term of two years: Philip D. Bookstaber, Solomon N. Bazell, Julius Mark. Lawrence W. Schwartz. Abraham Shusterman and Sidney S. icctescne. Speakers included: Rabbi Loon. Fram. Detroit; Dr. Harry J. Stern, Montreal: Rabbi Lev; Olan. Worcester, Mas.-: Rabbi KM,:, no Blachschli i ry, Ala ; Ral bi So m> n B FreePittsburgh; Dr. Allan Tarshish. Pa. NAZIS PREDICT NOT ERVE There is no tlmi P re s, nt to buy your D' t< nsa Stamps and D Bonds to hi country win the war. This is your America fight for it by buying these necessary I i the fighting | %  %  \ our Army and Navy and thus—KEbi KM FLYING.— Buv D. 6 •• Bonds Today. Stockholm (WNS)— The Nazi i gloated this week that the Jews have no longer any reason I,, celebrate Purim since Hitler more than replaced Hainan. The broadcaster slated that the Nazi Fui hn r has turned Punm from a day o! joy to a day of throughout Nazi occui urope. The Nazi announcer predicted tiiat world J. wry m the future no longer celebrate Punm since the victory ol the Nazis over the %  •is compli te." NZO URGES JEWISH PEOPir BE ACCEPTED_AS EQUALS New York (WNS)-The New Zionist Organization of Ameri ca urged that "the Jewish p^ be accepted as an equal memb( r in the community of the United Nations" in a resolution adopted at its recent annual convention, it was announced here. On the formation of a Jewish Army, the NZO resolved that America's entry into the war and the establishment of th e United Nations "has made the conduct of the war in the Near East, and particularly in p a i es tine, a matter which is no longer the exclusive concern of Great Britain. The convention reelected Col Morris J. Mendelsohn president and elected Dr. I. Goldstein executive director. if we are truly united and ligently or d." The Committee urged thi 'ii of a "democratic, i tative American Jewish Cons' 1 to be based on l< munity councils with the ri( I I ik for all American J-. "It is not ton early to call it now." the report continued. "Once we have assembled and hav mulated our demands, wo shall then have the right and the duty to ask the United Nations ent in this great conflict to stale their war aims specifically with respect to tlie Jews." A resolution urging the formation of a Jewish Army "which Fort Pierce, Florida men located in th The Committee on Synagogue C mmunity recommended nt ot Institutes of sters in various community information for servicemen, an Academic Conference of selected • intellectuals at i i the leading universities in the Bast, Dr. Janus G. Heller was i, elected president. Other officers elected wore: Dr. Solomon B. Freehof, vice-president; Dr Louis Binstock, treasurer: Dr. Isaac E. Marcuson. recording secretary, and Dr. Sidney L. 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FRIDAY,
MARCH 6. 1942
^k^isHhrktinr
PAGE FIVE
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
HAl'RICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21at Terrace
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2171
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________8:00 a. m.
Evening Services.....
Saturday morning-
Sunday morning
.7:00 p. m.
_ 8:30 a.m.
_ 8:00 a.m.
Hebrew School, daily____3:15 to
6.15 p. m.
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1416 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Guest Speaker
Ephraim Kaplan will be the
guest speaker at this Friday
night's Forum. He will speak in
Yiddish, and his theme will be
"Aside From the War." We know
that many hundreds will take
this rare opportunity to hear our
distinguished guest speaker. To
be assured of a seat, come early.
Our service begins promptly at
9 a. m.
Bar Mitzva
Jack Sol Feit, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Feit, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzva during services
this Saturday morning. All mem-
bers and friends are invited. Re-
ception after the service will be
held in our Community Building.
Purim Ball
Our thirteenth annual Purim
Ball will be held in the Floridian
Hotel Ball Room this Sunday at
9 p. m. A great deal depends
upon the success of the affair.
You are urged to come and bring
your friends.
P. T. A. Meets
Our P. T. A. will meet this
Sunday at 10 a. m. in the synago-
gue building. All members, par-
ents of our students, and friends
are cordially invited. Important
matters will be discussed.
Religious School Entertainment
Our Purim entertainment will
be presented in our synagogue
building this Sunday at 11 a. m.
for all children and adults. A
modern Purim play, a number
of selections, songs and recita-
tions will make up the program.
Our Glee Club under the direc-
tion of Miss Sonya Shpall will
present a Purim Concert. Every-
one is welcome. There is no
charge.
Sisterhood Meets
Our monthly Sisterhood meet-
ing will be held this Tuesday
night at 8:30 p. m. in our Com-
munity Building. On the program
are Clara Levine, noted Hebrew-
Yiddish-English poejess, and oth-
er talent. Interesting reports will
be tendered. All women are in-
vited.
Sisterhood Party
A bridge and mah jong party
will be held at the Victor Hotel
Tuesday afternoon, March 17, by
our Sisterhood. Get your tickets
early and ensure another Sister-
hood success.
Habanoth Chapters
The Victory Chapter of Miami
Beach Habanoth will meet Tues-
day night at the home of Mrs.
Evelyn Decky. They celebrated
the installation of their new of-
ficers at the home of our Rabbi
last week. The second chapter of
our Habanoth will meet as usual
m our Community Building Tues-
day at 7:30 p. m.
Daughters of Israel
The Daughters of Israel will
hold a regular meeting this Satur-
day night at 8:30 p. m. in our
t-ommunity Building. Men and
women are invited.
Girl Scout Installation
Our Scout Troop celebrated its
officer installation in our Com-
munity Building last Wednesday
night. Mrs. Rose Goldberg and
&cout Troop number 32 were the
Buests Our Girl Scouts meet
each Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.
Young Judeans
Mrs. Anne Slotsky has accepted
co-sponsorship of our Young
uca2, boys &nd g'r,s who meet
each Thursday at 7:30 p. m. in
"r Community Building. She
orings with her a great deal of
public school teachings and or-
corn^atl0nal exPeence- Wel-
M- Synagogue Wedding
RoVtK Ha""ls Bernstein and Mrs.
ertna Greenfield were joined
'" marriage in our synagogue
j*& ^rifiSffiff*p Mr. M. Bjft-rtJIf?LhX:
formed the ceremony with the Mr. Sam Broock and Mr. L. Ko
".stance or CanTor ^lamcnes senbaum, members now recuper-
w Refuo Shlaymo ating at the Jackson Memorial
we wish a speedy recovery to Hospital.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 8 W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 8. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 8. W. Third Street
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15, Rabbi Max Shapiro
will conduct and Cantor Henry
Marbein will chant. This Friday
evening has been designated as
B'nai B'rith and auxilary Sab-
bath. The members of the B'nai
B'rith and the auxilary will par-
ticipate. Burnett Roth, president
of B'nai B'rith, and Mrs. Jennie
Rotfort, president of the auxiliary
will speak on the central theme,
"Unity Above All!"
During the Oneg Shabbos
which will follow immediately
after the services, and which will
be arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Braelove in honor of their son's
wedding, Eva Checkoway, Na-
tional representative of the Pio-
neer Women of Palestine, will
speak briefly on "Woman and
the Sabbath/'
Shabbos Porah
This Sabbath is known as
"Shabbos Porah." During the
services Saturday morning at
9:30, Joseph, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Tannenbaum, will be-
come Bar-Mitzvah. He will ex-
tend greetings to the worshipers,
and a cordial invitation to the
"Kiddush" which will follow im-
mediately after the services.
Junior Congregational services
will be conducted at 10:30.
Sunday School
United celebration of Sunday
Schools of Greater Miami area
was a hugh success and a splen-
did demonstration of solid Unity
of Greater Miami Jewry.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose- names are
inscribed in our Book of Life,
and whose Yahrzeiten occur this
week, will be mentioned from the
pulpit during the services this
Friday night: Yisroel Moshe,
father of Chas. Rosengarten; Yis-
roel, husband of Lee Alpert;
Mordecai, father of the late Wolf
Blutstein; Mordecai, son of Mrs.
David Mayer; Chaim, father of
Mrs. Hoffman.
Sisterhood Bulletin
A very urgent and special
meeting of the Sisterhood will
be held this Monday evening,
March 9th at the Beth David Tal-
mud Torah, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs.
fsador Fine, president, stresses
the importance of this meeting
and hopes to greet a large at-
tendance.
Services Schedule
Daily Services________8 A. M.
Evening Services ______ 6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 AM.
Oneg Shabbat__________5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday night at 8 o'clock
Dr. Samuel Bens ion will lecture
on the subject, "Golden Calf
Jitterbugs." Cantor Josef S. Leg-
yel will officiate with the Jewish
Center Choir assisted by Miss
Edith Freeman. On Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock Dr. Ben-
sion will preach on The Scrip-
tural Lesson. At 5 p. m. the Adult
Hebrew Bible Text class will
meet and at 5 o'clock the Oneg
Shabbas repast will be cele-
brated.
Cantor Kapov-Kagan Concert
The famous New York cantor,
Kapov-Kagan will officiate at
the morning services at the Cen-
ter Synagogue Auditorium and
on Sunday evening he will ren-
der a sacred concert which will
be directed by Cantor Josef S.
Lengyel. As participating artists
there will appear Mr. Walter
Grossman, well known Miami
cellist and Miss Edith Freeman,
pianist. Admission cards are
available.
Frankel Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Marvin, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayer H.
Frankel, will be celebrated at
the Sabbath morning services
and an informal reception and
Kiddush will follow at the Cen-
ter Patio immediately after the
services.
First Aid
Mrs. Ben Marbach announces
the formation of a new beginners
class in First Aid this Monday
evening. Applicants must regis-
ter immediately.
Dances For Uniformed Men
Under the joint auspices of the
Sisterhood and the Center Social
League weekly dances for the
men in uniform will be held on
Saturday nights beginning with
March 14th.
In Our School
On recent Flag Day our school
brought in for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund the sum of $71.61.
Burton Farber, Chas. Cohen and
Allan Koch distinguished them-
selves. Mr. Freedman was in
charge. In the absence of Miss
Miriam Heller, Miss Dorothy
Shoenhaum will instruct her
class. A very fine Purim play
was presented by the children
last Sunday afternoon under the
direction of Molka Reich.
Center Election
The election of officers and
directors of The Jewish Center
will take place on Tuesday eve-
ning, March 10th.
In the Service of Our Country
If you will be good enough to
let us know the names and ad-
dresses of your boys who have
joined our country's military
forces, we shall be happy to send
them our bulletins and also to
introduce them to the Rabbis and
the Jewish Welfare Board repre-
sentatives in the various military
bases and camps.
Sisterhood Garden Party
The Sisterhood is making pre-
parations for the donors Garden
Party to be held on Thursday
evening, March 26th at the
Blackstone Hotel.
Morris Kiass Forum Speaker
Morris Klass, executive direc-
tor of The Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will be the guest
speaker at the closing Forum on
next Monday evening. Mr. Klass
is a graduate of the University
of Michigan and of The New
York Jewish School of Social
Service. He will take as his sub-
pect, Jewish Philantropy.
Unveiling of Tablets
The unveiling of our Memorial
Tablets will take plact on Sun-
day evening, March 15th. Im-
pressive and reverent rituals will
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p. m.
Maariv____________
Saturday..
_.6:00 p. m
.9:00 a. m.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB. H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
5400 LaOorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Pro Patria
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 say, each matter will be
held In strict confidence.
The number of our boys who
are in service of our country does
credit to the patriotic spirit of
our large membership. This week
we pause to honor Private Henry
Reinhardt who serves at Camp
Lee, Va.
Annual Ball
We are pleased to announce
that Mr. Nathan Ginsburg kindly
consented to act as chairman of
our annual bair and his personal
interest in the affair is a full
guarantee for both a social as
well as a financial success. Sid-
ney Rose and his Reveliers will
supply modern dance music and
full care is being taken that a
most enjoyable and entertaining
time shall be had by all.
Sabbath Sermon
Rabbi Kellner will preach on
the significance of Shabbos Parah
which will be observed this
Shabbos. The Rabbi's theme will
be "Law and Order."
Well Done
We are pleased to note the re-
markable success of the first an-
nual joint Sunday School affair
held last Sunday morning. It does
credit to the splendid achieve-
ments of the Rabbinical Associa-
tion that such a splendid pro-
gram was arranged for the bene-
fit of the spirit of unity and
harmony in our Jewish com-
munity.
Mazel Tov
We are happy to extend sin-
cere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Pollack whose
wedlock was solemnized by Rab-
bi Kellner on Sunday last.
Sincere congratulations to
Brother and Mrs. J. Rosenthal
who report the birth of their first
grandchild this week.
Brother and Mrs. Izzy Weiner
are also happy grandparents and
we are most pleased to express
heartfelt Mazel Tov greetings to
them.
Mrs. Kellner to Speak
The National Council of Jew-
ish Women has honored our
Rebbetzen with an invitation to
address their fortnightly meeting
this Friday. Mrs. Kellner will
speak, on "The Dynamics of Dic-
tatorships."
Condolences
We chronicle with profound re-
grets the passing of the late Mr.
M. Margolis, father of our broth-
er Sidney Margolis and we beg
to extend to our bereaved brother
the congregation's deepest sym-
pathy.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 6th, 8:15
p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will speak on the subject, "A
Comforting Calamity." The mus-
ical service will be presented by
the Temple Israel Choir, com-
posed of: Rosemary Gerson, so-
prano; Mary Hirtenstein, contral-
to; Emory Krieger, baritone;
Arturo diFillipi, tenor, and
Frances Tarboux, organist and
conductress.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, March 7th,
1942, 11 a. m. Congregational
participation, Torah reading and
interpretation of Biblical portion
in a sermonette by Rabbi Zwit-
man. Members of the Confirma-
tion Class who will participate in
this service will be Molly Ann
Boyell, Marjorie Berman, William
Baros, jr., Sylvia Bcrkman, and
Lois Braz,
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; Eshell Bronston, father
of Mr. Benj. E. Bronston and Mr.
Walter E. Bronston.
Yahrzeits: Joel Kuperberg,
father of Mr. Mitchell Kuper-
berg; Morris Lewis, father of Mrs.
Albert L. Kahn; Pauline T.
Scheinberg; Olga Warner, mother
of Mrs. Rose Adler; Israel Was-
man.
The floral offering of last Fri-
day was presented by Mrs. Benj.
H. Kohl in memory of her Father.
IT LIKES YOU
mark the occasion. The relatives
of the departed whose names ap-
pear on the Tablets will be called
on to participate in kindling the
Memorial lights.
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
At the dedication services held
this week at Congregation Gates
of Prayer. 230 Lincoln Road, Mi-
ami Beach, an extensive mem-
bership drive was launched.
Many new members have already
affiliated themselves with the
synagogue and the program will
continue throughout the entire
month of March.
This coming Sabbath morning
a bar mitzvah celebration of
Moses Karp. son of Mr. and Mrs.
David M. Karp will take place
at the congregation. Rabbi Joseph
E. Rackovsky, spiritual leader, of
the congregation, will address the
bar mitzvah and will deliver an
address to the congregation on
the subject of "Kindness and
Charity."
Services are being held daily
each morning and evening at the
address of the synagogue. Classes
of study are being introduced as
part of the vast cultural program
undertaken by the congregation.
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£* PAGE TWELVE +JtiskncrJ&£_ FRIDAY, MARCH 6. 1943 ORLANDO, FLORIDA B'nai B'rith m Notes BY AL GREEN The declaration of prince. the war-time rol B'nth activities is important news of the week. The committee of Bnai YOUNGS REPAIR SHOP Phone 5087 112 Court St ORLANDO, FLORIDA %  I 401 S. Delaney Phone 2-1742 ORLANDO. FLORIDA ting in New York in annual session adopted a statement of principles i\qi;:v:-'._ :;:. %  .: %  ; .;•• major arms I B nai B'rith "will continue to play a the expanding war rts." These major activities: 1—Anti-Defamation League. 2—Hillel Foundations. 3—A • lik A ph. 4—Vocational Service Bureau. The action of the executive • %  .... : ment 1 : the recommendation ma I Pn sident H> nry *' : nsky ii I "the diversified %  B'Nai B'rith c nstil -' : ''; %  % %  '' n • the : an emenl %  As war i:: rts a 1 n of the : A ati as well as THOMAS LUM&en co. 231 W. Sore Avenue PHONE 4107 ORLANDO, FLORIDA BANDY PRINTING CO. S. DIXIE HIGHWAY PHONE ORLANDO, FLORIDA the future security of the Jews. '"in addition to the major statement of policy in war tune role of the four major arms of Bnai B'rith, the executive comn ted a seven point w ice program which provides for. '_•,: ting anj 1 • demands or anv commiti %  viously %  resulting fron ravages of war. 2—Cooperation with the Red Army Camp and Hospital Servi progi 3_: 1] and group war st rvice actrt ity. 4—C war data. 5—C ntinued to civilian d 6—Esta 7__Other war 1 activi' %  % %  • %  _, Great pri l< was • by the m l 5 e tremendous contributi ns made by Bnai B'rith ind women in stimulating tl urchas Defense Bonds, in the Blood Donor campaign of Red Cr^ • • iry S 1 "• in all as : civilian >;< fi We are pleased to present to you a very fine report by B: th< r an Adelman concernii ties of the Royal Pah B. z. B. Chapters of 1 As B'nai B'rith goes, so A. Z. A. On Saturdav night February 21st thi Royal Palm and B. Z. B. • rs : Miami Bi-ach held a LAMB'S WOOD YARD PINE — OAK 300 S. Parramore St. Ph. 8796 ORLANDO, FLORIDA QUICK DELIVERY REASONABLE PRICES 1 METAL WORK, FAINTING and UPHOLSTERING 529 North Garland Phone 3632 ORLANDO, FLORIDA Boyd's SMART SHOES ORLANDO, FLORIDA QUALITY MACHINES FOR PROFITABLE FARMING 539 W. Central Avenue ORLANDO. FLORIDA Phone 3460 -\ tii party in the form of a dance which took place at the National Hotel Both organizations turned out in great number. Refreshments w.re served and a good time was enjoyed by everyone. A word of appreciation is befitting to express to the management of the National Hotel for u:: sy and cooperation in %  •, % %  .their fine hotel for the ment or the two Chapters. On Sunday night. February 22nd. Washington's Birthday, the Palm Chapter had a getther party at the home of one A short business ting was called to order for the purpose of initiating new members and installing the newly elect< I officers. While the cerere very informal yet were very' impressive and The reason for its solemnity was really brought about because the installing officer was the outgoing Aleph Godol, Leonard Wallach. This is mething for the first FLORIDA BUSINESS EQUIPMENT CO. ADDING MACHINE SALES AND SERVICE 541 W. Central Ph. 5454 ORLANDO, FLORIDA SWEAT I AULT ROOFING SHEET METAL WORK AIR CONDITIONING 515 Brookhaven Dr. Ph. 5227 ORLANDO. FLORIDA Electrol Oil Burning Oil Burners Furnaces Mueller Furnaces Space Heaters [ STATE BEER DISTRIBUTORS 7 N. Parramore Phone 5441 ORLANDO. FLORIDA SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. ORLANDO TELEPHONE 9813 TAXI M 3878 CITY GAB CQ.. Incorporated DAY and NIGHT SERVICE 243 S. Orange — Orlando Tours Careful Drirers time in A Z A.'s history of Groat er Miami that the installs.; was carried out solely by the S going officers without the assS. ance of tneir advisors After the installation, several members of the Chapter ££ on the good and welfare of th organization. And particular mention and gratitude expre^ to Maurice Cromer and Nathan Adelman. their advisors. n A word from the advisor and that is. in order to have active A. Z. A. s it is important that we must have more advisors so that at every A. Z. A. meeting the' would be at least one advisor present. It is the opinion of this advisor that some of our Ben B'rith could service Bnai B'rith best by building a strong A Z A Helping A. Z. A. todav is build ing B'nai B'rith for tomorrow Next B'nai B'rith meetinj Tuesday 10th, Elks Club, Miami Beach. WALTER I. WILCOX INC. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 81 E. Robinson Ph. 3751 ORLANDO, FLORIDA WESTERN AUTO ACCESSORIES STORE Largest Auto Accessories Store In Central Florida 10 W. Church Orlando. Fla, FUNERAL HOME 602 W. South Ph. 7088 ORLANDO. FLORIDA I & CO 630 West Central ORLANDO. FLORIDA LAMAR HOTEL 411 W. CENTRAL ORLANDO. FLA. 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PJUDAY, MARCH 13, 1942 STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) G Robinson, who looks a little ]jkc Lord Beaverbrook, may be starred in a screen biography of the British Peer Robinson, incidentally, is credited with the following nifty: "By the time we're through with the Axis, Berlin will be only the name of a man who wrote 'God Bless America,' and Rome only the name of a man who wrote •Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones'." ABOUT PEOPLE If you've been wondering what has happened to Ben Cohen, of Washington's one-time CorcoranCohcn combination, please note that Ben is coordinator of information in Col. Donovan's office. Our deepest sympathy to Isaac Carmel. that indefatigable Zionist worker, on the loss of his charming daughter, Mrs. Rae Bader, who passed away so suddenly Rae was an accomplish, (1 pianist, and a very sweet and unassuming young woman. Detroit's Phil Slomovitz is becoming the editor of his city's new English-Jewish weekly, the Detroit Jewish News Phil, as you should know, having served the Detroit Jewish Chronicle for nearly two decades Congratu•Jbnilft IkiiUtr PAGE SEVEN lations to Cleveland on having Dr. Jerome Gross as one of its citizens ... A surgeon by profession, the doctor is such an excellent violinist that people flock to his rare recitals ... He recently made his New York debut in a concert for the benefit of the American Hospital in Britain, and was quite well received by Gotham's hard-boiled music critics. GRAND OPERA IN COSTUME AT TEMPLE THEATRE SUNDAY This coming Sunday, March 15th at 8.30 p. m. a grand opera concert in costumes will take place at the Temple Theatre, 471 N. W. 3rd Street, Miami. The stars are well established and recognized artists who have appeared with the leading opera houses of Europe and America. Madame Stella Marbiny, coloratura soprano, protege of the late Luisa Tetrazinni and possessor of Tetrazinni's opera costumes, will appear in some of them. H. Marbiny-Marbein, tenor, who has sung on the great concert stages of Paris, Geneva, Switzerland and Carnegie Hall in New York, etc., will be heard in various arias and duets taken from the operas Pagliacci, Aida, Lucia, La Traviata, Barber of Seville, Carmen, LaJuive. Lakme together with madame Marbiny. According to the active chairmen of this affair Mrs. J. M. Fine and Mrs. I. Cohen, the ticket sale is rapid and the sponsor of this affair, the Beth David Sisterhood, urges advance purchase of seats, which are all reserved. Part proceeds will be given to the Blood Bank of Dade County. For Reservations call 2-1473 or 3-8172 or 5-4443. BISCAYNE KENNEL CLUB TO HAVE FINE SCHEDULE FOR LAST DAYSJFJACE MEET An excetionally fine schedule of greyhound racing looms for Biscayne Kennel Club patrons as the second half of the current meet gets under way. Two track championships were decided earlier this week and the third, the long Biscayne course championship, is to be run on Saturday night. Glen Hadley's Roanoke Rambler won the sprint championship over the futurity route on Monday and Lew Randall's Glenmar won the 5-16th title on Wednesday. Next week the first of two Biscayne Puppy Stakes events will be run with eliminations determining the field for the finals of the first division which will be only for pups that started their racing career this season at Biscayne. The first elimination has been scheduled for Tuesday night and the final will be on Friday. Attendance at Biscayne while slightly below that of last year has been maintaining a steady level but it expected to set new records during the closing week as it will be the only dog track in operation at that time. ANNOUNCING The Completion of Miami Home Milk Producers Association's new plant at N. W. 7th Avenue and 24th Street The ultra-modern, streamline, new plant of the Miami Home Milk Producers Association, is not just cement steel, architecture, location, machinery and modern methods, it is in truth the reward for years of right practice and honest service given to thousands of satisfied customers. In addition to Grade A Pasteurised Milk. Home Milk also supplies Homogenized Milk, Buttermilk, Soy Acidophilus. Cream, Sour Cream. Butter, Cottage Cheese and Ice Cream, all produced from quality bases, with the same vigilant regard for the health and satisfaction of customers. Beginning in the pastures, food lots, and the milking barns of the members of this modern, co-operative association, meticulous care is given to healthy, disease-free cows, right feeds and right practices in the handling of milk at the points of origin. Modern, sanitary and fast equipment transport all milk to this currently-ultimate plant, where the milk you obtain from Home Milk, is not touched by human hands en route to your consumption point. "HOME MILK*' Producers Association Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year, you will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when these delicious and wholesome necessities will be made available to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties. It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the idea of profit, that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy Products is offered to you. This service is an appreciation of the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year. Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is observed with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy. All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of: RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach RABBI ABRAHAM KELLNER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation ORDER NOW CALL WRITE OR PHONE Home Milk Producers Association B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN 21 N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-7696 Miami 813 Las Olas Blvd. Phone 613 Fort Lauderdale Last Tuesday night more than 200 members of B'nai B'rith and the Ladies' Auxiliary sat enthralled in the luxuriously apgointed hall of the new Miami each Elks Club and listened to the message presented by our District President Edward Rosenbloom and District Secretary Julian Fisher. Afterwards it was noted that more than a score of people commented that Tuesday's meeting was one of the finest held in a long time. Brother Rosenbloom in his stirring address, spoke of "The Changing World.' His message exemplified the spirit of American Jewry in time of war. He pointed out that in spite of enemy propaganda to the contrary the American Jews are sending their boys to the front and are participating in all types of defense activities. Brother Rosenbloom, with a background of seven years spent in eastern Europe in refugee work, told of the conditions in Europe at the present time. The responsibility of keeping what we know as civilization lies only with our country. Not only are we in this fight to save ourselves but the rest of civilization is dependent on the United States. Brother Julian Fisher, who was introduced by a fellow Virginian, Brother Ike Levin, told why B'nai B'rith had grown from a handful of men to a membership of over 250,000 men, women and children. The highlight of his talk was the statement that B'nai B'rith offers the members an opportunity to do something worth while. It is the only Jewish organization mindful of the needs of our country. His message was particularly inspiring in view of our present membership campaign under the chairmanship of Brother Harold Turk. It was announced at Tuesday's supper, before the meeting, that in commemoration of Brother Sol Goldstrom's fifty years as an active Ben B'rith, the April initiation class will be named in his honor. It is the intention of the membership committee to obtain at least 150 new members. Certainly it should be an inspiration to each member of our lodge to get at least one new member in deference to Brother Sol Goldstrom. Let's make it the largest initiation class in our history. Just think, we have a man in our midst who has been a member of our Lodge since 1892 and he has never failed to do his part when called upon these entire fifty years. You can now do your part by getting at least one new member in honor of the unselfish devotion of Brother Sol Goldstrom. Here is some social news. Our entertainment committee under the chairmanship of Brother Al Pallot, announces that there will be a dinner dance at the Latin Quarter on March 29th, formal preferred. Tickets are S5.00 per couple and they may be obtained at the office or from Brothers Al Pallot or Sam Silver. This dance is for the worthy cause of Hillel with $1.50 of each ticket going to this cause. Not only will you have a pleasant evening at the Latin Quarter but you can enjoy their regular show at half the usual cost. All members are urged to attend. Brother Louis Hyman reports that for the first time the Student Seder to be held in Beth David Synagogue April 3rd will be open to the members of B'nai B'rith. Seating capacity is limited and if you desire to attend please call him at once for reservations. Plates are $2.50 each. It is good to hear from Brother Carl Weinkle that his bond campaign committee have already raised over $70,000 through the sale of Defense Bonds. At the close of Tuesday's meeting, at the suggestion of Brother Goldstein, the members present pledged $8,000 additional. Everyone is purchasing bonds. When you buy bonds, please call Brother Carl Weinkle or B'nai B'rith office and advise them the quantity so that we can keep a record of the purchases of our members. Let your answer to bombs be bonds, enlist your dollars for defense. Back our armed forces and protect your own life with every dollar you can. BROWARD COUNTY B'NAI B'RITH ACTIVITIES ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? At the last meeting of the B'nai B'rith Women's Auxiliary held at the home of Mrs. Ruth Mazur in Hollywood, it was decided upon to send checks to Hillel Foundation of Gainesville for the furnishing of a room, also check to the Community Chest of Broward County and the purchase of a $50.00 Defense Bond. Mrs. Jack Dresnick of Hollywood was elected to succeed Mrs. William Pallott as treasurer and Mrs. Gertrude Wolk succeeds Mrs. Robert Rosen of Hollywood as secretary. The next Social for men and women will be held on March 19th at the home of Mrs. Hannah Norman, 409 N. E. River Drive in Fort Lauderdale. THE CONGRATULATIONS MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION UPON THE COMPLETION OF YOUR MAGNIFICENT NEW HOME ACME SUPPLY CO. 134 N. E. 6th Street Phone 2-6497 CONGRATULATIONS MIAMI HOME MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION UPON THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW PLANT BROOKS PAVING CO. 5735 N. 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-£* PAGE SIX vJewistncridilarL FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1943 BETH I A C O CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) Junior Congregation In honor of Jack Feit's bar mitzva, our Junior congregation joined the regular service in our synagogue building last week. We enjoyed hearing their young voices and their earnest praying. Jack did a wonderful job acting as Chazan for the morning service, reading from the Torah, singing his Haftorah, and delivering an address in Yiddish, Hebrew and English that was a masterpiece. Junior services will continue to be held each Saturday morning at 9 in our Community Building under the leadership of A. Loskove. All boys and girls are welcome. Our Sisterhood serves refreshments after the service. Minnionaires During the winter our Minnionaires have learned a great deal. They meet each Sunday at 9:00 a. m. to conduct their own service in Taliss and Tefillin under the leadership of Mr. Loskove. They invite all boys thirteen and over to join them in prayer and at the breakfast table. It's a wonderful institution. We can't begin to mention how many people have been inspired by a visit. Mizrachi Package Party Everybody enjoys a package party. Everyone likes a birthday party. We shall have both in one this Saturday night at 9 o'clock when our men and women Mizrachi organizations celebrate their third anniversary. Your admission—a package. Your return—a wonderful evening. Women's Home Defense Our Women's Home Defense Club meets Wednesdays at 8:30. They are running a card party at the Betsy Ross Hotel Wednesday, TROPICAL PARK Four of the six stake races to be offered during Tropical Park's March—April 10th meeting, will be "aired" via National Broadcasting Company's Network. This announcement was made here today by the Gables Racing Association's department of public relations. Broadcasting from Tropical Park over a national hookup is an innovation introduced at the beginning of the current season of Florida racing by the new owners of the course. commendation from all parts of the country demonstrated the popularity of the programs, and were responsible for the decision to continue them through the second meeting. Orville Revelle, sports announcer for the Miami Beach station, WKAT, through whlcn the Tropical Park broadcasts will originate, will describe the running of the specials, with Russell Oakes, veteran writer, columnist and radio racing commentator, handling the "color." Revelle will work from a booth atop the grandstand, with Oakes working either in the winner's circle, or in the president's box in the clubw ill made and upward. The third program will carry a description of the runningTf the $5,000 added s.xfurlong De Soto Handicap for 3-year-olds and upward, to be run on Saturday, March 28th. On Saturday, April 4th the broadcast series will conclude with the running of the $5,000 added, rn.leand-one-sixteenth Ponce de Leon Handicap, for 3-year-olds and upward. Since the Tropical Park stakes have drawn far better horses than ever before have raced over the course, it is expected that the broadcasts will win many new listeners and enjoy growing popularity. „ ... During the first meeting of the season at Tropical Park, the radio broadcasts started at 4:JO o'clock. At the coming meeting, the programs will start at 4:45 p. m., and conclude at 5 p. m. Be. tween 65 and 85 major stations TenerTo. scattered throughout the United Letters OI„. ... _,, ..,„ Tmmra States, will carry Park programs. the Tropical FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman MANY JEWS ARE MURDERED SINCE NAZIS TOOK SERBIA house. The first of the broadcasts will be staged on Saturday. March 14th, when the Orange Blossom M^TIth^d^'doYrS'r^t; Stakes, $2,500 added four-furdeal of defense work. We are l n g test for 2-year-old colts and proud of their activity. PSJGUST BROsTlijS? L** Is the HESTf V, geldings will be the program's headliner. On Saturday, March 21st, the broadcast will center around the running of the $7,500 added, mile-and-a-furlong Coral Gables Handicap, for 3-year-olds Istanbul (WNS) — More than 10,000 Jews in Serbia and 4,000 in Croatia have been ruthlessly murdered since Nazi armies invaded and dismembered Yugoslavia, according to Jewish refugees who arrived here this week after escaping from Nazi-occupied countries. The refugees reported mass killings of Jews in Belgrade and Sarajevo with Nazi troops killing, looting and plundering at Nazi officials, they said. no attempt to discipline their men and frequently encouraged outrages against the Jewish civilian population. In addition to the beatings and killings, the refugees declared, the Nazi occupation forces, aided by anti-Semitic Croatians, systematically robbed the Jews of all their property through wholesale confiscations and liquidation of Jewish-owned property. Formal OPENING Saturday Evening, March 14th In Our Newly Constructed Modern and Sanitary Home MIAMI KOSHER MARKET 2011 S. W. 8th Street-Phone 3-2297 With a Complete Line of Kosher Western Prime Meats and Selected Poultry IRVING LEOPOLD and DAVE KLEBER AT YOUR SERVICE Courteous Attention Phone 3-2297 Prompt Service LOCATED ON THE 1 AMI AMI TRAIL We are proud to have participated in the erection of the new home of the MIAMI KOSHER MARKET Fleeman Construction Company HEN FLEEMAN GENERAL CONTRACTORS American Bank Bldg. Phone 3-6088 PLUMBING T|LE FIXZIT SYSTEM TAMIAMI TILE CO 1114 N. E. 2n d Ave. Phone 2-6195 1106 S. W. 8th Street Phone 3-6758 ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK REFRIGERATlflK GORDON ROOFING & SHEET DADE REFRIGERATING CO METAL WORKS Incorporated 1515 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-8279 1798 N. W. 20th St. Phone 2-7868 Rumor-Mongering President Roosevelt in his speech recently struck an important note when he spoke about rumor-spreading Probably every American, who had thought he had at one time or another a "scoop" that his neighbors hadn't heard, felt a twinge of guilt at the president's words Rumorspreading is a swell technique of Nazi propaganda artists ... It is designed among other things to create fear among the civilian population ... We already know how it has worked to create disunity by spreading lies about Jews and Catholics ... It is also intended to create dissatisfaction with the present administration, and even with the type of government we enjoy. If a rumor hasn't come from an official source, don't repeat it If it's not been printed in your local newspaper, discount it or forget it We are all familiar with the way a story builds up as it is gossiped from first to second to third to fourth hand. Joe Doakes cuts his finger with a knife His wife mentions it casually to a neighbor ... A half hour later, a horseshoe of flowers arrives for him with R. I. P. on it and a note of condolence addressed to Mrs. Doakes. So let us not aid the enemy, even if it means that we get some news a day or two later At least it will be accurate and we won't be spreading a dozen false stories for every real one that comes our way. How About It? Thirty years ago at a convention in Detroit it was the B'nai B'rith leadership that had the vision and foresight to organize the Anti-Defamation League In the intervening years the ADI, has grown and developed as the civic-protective arm of the Jewish community in America And although the ADL does not serve exclusively the B'nai B'rith the Order's keymen in over 500 communities have been the backbone for anti-defamation work. The ADL is only one of the many reasons why membership drives such as the one now being conducted locally by Sholem Lodge are of the utmost importance to the survival of the Jews. Harold Turk, membership chairman, and his committee are striving to enroll at lepst 150 men for initiation by the degree team in April Sholem Lodge needs your membership and your participation How about it? MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER (CONTINUE D FRO M PAGE 5, Seders and to the Saturday night dances. 6 Patriotic Activity Arrangements are being made for all the Jewish men in the c7 det Air School to be guests of The Miami Beach Jewish Center at its seders on Pesach night/ The invitation has been tendered and accepted by the commanding officers. The Sisterhood is a i so joining with the Center Social League in conducting Saturdav night dances, free to service men at the Center Patio, weekly. Religious School Election The Religious School held an enthusiastic election at last Sunday's assembly which elected the following: President, Harold Herman; vice president, Marcia Hankoff; recording secretary, Stanley Lubman; corresponding secretary Joan Brick; treasurer, David Glotzer; assistant treasurer, Tema Rubinstein. Purim Response Generous Last Purim night in response to the warm appeal made by Dr Bension, contributions totalling $500 were made which will be devoted to the Miami Beach Jewish Center Charity Fund. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) to 5 o'clock. He will discuss the subject, "Unity in Crisis." Cantor Henry Marbein will be in charge of the musical program. Sisterhood Meeting The regular monthly meeting of the Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon, March 18 at 2:30 o'clock at Beth David auditorium. Reports of Purim ball and concert will be givea An unique program will be presented which will include a playlet entitled "Why Should I Join A Sisterhood," with members of the Sisterhood participating. Also a talk by Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, president of the State Rabbinical Association, and Meyer Greenberg in a few appropriate vocal selections. DR. JOSEPH B. 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FRIDAY MARCH 6, 1942 fJewisti rhridlimii PAGE NINE THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ We Salute Mr. G.. Mr. W.. and Mr. F. For the benefit of each of you all our abbreviated gentlemen arc none other than the 1942 Y. M. H. A. committee consisting of Herman Waitsman, General Chairman; Maurice Grossman, Executive Director, and Milton Friedman, Transportation Chairman, who performed a yeomans job in connection with the splendid Night of Stars show held at the Olympia Theatre last Tuesday. We again wish to thank all the night clubs and their performers for appearing and lending such fine talent to so worthy a cause. In my estimation, the show was the smoothest held to date. Daytona Beach Florida SEABREEZE GARAGE Repairing Painting Body Work 63S N. Atlantic Avenue Phone 602 Daytona Beach. Fla. CLIFF SMITH SIGNS 133 Magnolia Avenue Daytona Beach. Fla. FRANK CONSTRUCTION CO. Franco Cold Patch Asphalt Road and Street Consruction 582 Ballough Road Ph. 2164 Daytona Beach, Fla. FARMER DAN'S Famous Fried Chicken 1824 S. Ridge wood on U. S. Highway No. 1 Daytona Beach. Fla. ATLANTIC MARBLE & TILE CO. 202 Broadway Phone 655 Daytona Beach, Fla. ECHOLS MATTRESS COMPANY 507 N. Beach Daytona Beach. Fla. DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY 841 Volusia Avenue Phone 1024 DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. MALBY CONRAD LUMBER COMPANY 415 Orange Avenue Phone 302 DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. BUCHANAN OIL CO. 1628 S. Ridgewood Ave. Phone 348 Daytona Beach. Fla. CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY 516 Carswell Holly Hill DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. WOODS FUEL OIL COMPANY Our business is black but we treat you white. Day Phone 1789 — Night Phone 939-M — Drivers Phone 2853-J HOLLY HILL DAYTONA. BEACH, FLA. FIX-ALL REFRIGERATOR SERVICE CHAMBER'S GAS RANGES Cook With Gas Turned OH KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS 613 Main P hone u88 Night Calls P hone 765 DAYTONA BEACH. FLA. ORMOND GARAGE EDWARD F. BEACH, Mgr. 48 Granada Avenue phon • 9242 ORMOND. FLORIDA —TO KEEP 'EM FLYING—KEEP BUYING— S. DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS HALIFAX TRANSFER & TAXI CO. 307 S. Palmetto Avenue Phone 99 Dayona Beach, Fla. DAYTONA SHEET METAL WORKS 116 S. Segrave Street Phone 2810 Daytona Beach, Fla. HALIFAX CLEANERS We Call For and Deliver 126 Magnolia Avenue Phone 373 Daytona Beach. Fla. U. W. CUNNINGHAM Distributor GULF OIL PRODUCTS Daytona Beach. Fla. Thanks again to all you ladies and gentlemen who were kind enough to purchase tickets and helped make this show the sue cess it was. In every Army there are more than just officers, therefore, we wish to make note of the "Y" Privates who also played a fine part in the success of the Night of Stars: Philip Berkowitz, Al Berkowitz, Pete Silverman, Al Reisman, Frank Rose, Sol Levin, and George Rachlin. To the Mahi Shrine Temple and the Miami Beach Elks we are greatly indebted for their splendid cooperation and may we continue to cooperate in future years. P. S.: More than 100 men in uniform were guests of the committee. Service Men's Dance This Saturday at "Y" Two beautiful gifts will be presented by the Girls' Progressive Club to two Service Men in a contest to be held a the BiWeekly Y. M. H. A. Service Men's Dance at the "Y" ballroom. S. W. 5th Street and 16th Avenue. Mr. Florence Hacker is in charge of festivities. All ana only men in uniform are cordially invited to attend. Music will be furnished by the W. P. A. orchestra. Attention Parents and Relatives of Men in the Service Our energetic Executive Director, Mr. Maurice Grossman would like each of you to send in the names of your sons, brothers or relatives who are now in the armed forces of our country. This is for the purpose of inscribing all names of Jewish men in the service on a special Roll of Honor which will be placed in the Y. M. H. A. and will be appropriately dedicated. Air Raid Defense For the Ladies Mrs. Florence Hacker. Chairman of the Y. W. H. A. Defense Committee, requests all women to be present at the Olympia Theatre March 16. at 10 a. m., at which time they will be given instructions pertaining to air raids. Admission is free. Al Berky's Cop "Y" Duckpin Title At the conclusion of 21 hectic weeks of combat the well captained Al Berkowitz team came from behind to beat out the Harry Schwartz's by a three game margin. To Manager Jack Apte and Secretary of the Interior of Statistics Al Reisman we owe a round of applause for their arduous efforts in making this league the outstanding athletic function of the "Y." Following are the final league standings: Teams: 1. Al Berkowitz 2. Harry Schwartz 3. Sam Seitlin 4. Louis Spector 5. Sol Weinkle 6. Abe Berkowitz 7. Al Reisman 8. Murry Streit. Al Berkowitz gave Marty Milstein a scare at the final weeks session when he needed but 2 pins to tie for high set of 363 held by Marty and 3 to lead the league as fate would have it Al could only muster 1 pin to total 362. Tough luck, Allie. However Allie, we do want to congratulate you and your ability as a leader in taking four poker players, etc. and converting them into a championship team. Namely, Herman Waitsman, Pete Silverman. Hal Berkowitz and Ralph Grossman. P. S. Next week we will have the final individual standings. Y. M. H. A. Wins City Cage Title Inspired by their playing manager. Lefty Sehmer the Y. M. H. A. basketball team won the City league championship. Congrats to all of you boys. "America would be dull, indeed if it were cast all in one pattern. Variety enriches and ennobles the design. Out of our diversity can come unity in essentials—above all. in the essential democratic faith which has room for all sorts of experimentation, and which can use healthy human nature in all its forms. We have now a common enemy. There is the more reason for us to find strength in friendship among ourselves—not complacent, not merely tolerant, not necessarily in agreement as to ways and means, but firm and kindly. This, we imagine, is the moral of Brotherhood Week. Fifty two brotherhood weeks every year would be still better. —N. Y. Times Editorial. Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. LAS OLAS HARDWARE 625 E. Las Olas Blvd. Phone 107 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. CUSTER'S FISH AND POULTRY MARKET 115 S. W. 2nd Street Phone 74 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. BEAUDRY SIGN CO. 201 E. Las Olas Blvd. Phone 208 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. BECK'S DRUG STORE 342 E. Las Olas Blvd. Phone 4 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. JAKE'S GARAGE 110 N. E. 6th Ave. Phone 942 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. GAINES AWNING & CANVAS CO. 1440 S. Federal Highway Phone 980 Ft. Lauderdale. Fla. VAN'S AUTO PAINT SHOP 1 N. W. 1st Avenue Phone 66 FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. i 1



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PAGE EIGHT 9-Jmlsl^ncrkfian FRIDAY, MARCH 13, THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The "Y" in Defense Arrangements are now being made by the Y for the celebration of Passover by the Jewish service men. members of the Civilian Conservation Corps and disabled veterans residing in this district. Passover this year begin;-, with sunset. Wednesday. April 1. and ends with sunset Thursday. April 9. 1942. Although the war and navy departments have been requested to grant furloughs for the first two days of the holiday, because of the present emergency, no definite ruling has been received and the men may be restricted to the immediate vicinity of their posts. 7, attracted a very large crowd of men in uniform in this area. One of the unique features of the affair held this time has the fact that six sailors had received shore leave for the first time in ten months. Prizes were donated by the Girl's Progressive Club of the Y and Mrs. Ida Optner. The next dance for service men will be held on Saturday. March 21. Mrs. Florence Hacker, chairman, announces that the hostesses for the last dance were Mrs. Joseph Schaffer, Mrs. Ethel Grossman, Mrs. Abe Goldman and Mrs. Herman Slepian. Red Cross Classes Mrs. Essie Schaffer. our instructor in First Aid, wishes to announce that no new civilian first aid classes are being formed presently because of the fact thai all efforts are concentrated on national defense. .Notice of new classes will come directly from the main office of the Red Cross. This statement is to avoid any apparent misunderstanding on the A survey is now being made | part of prospective candidates for by -Mr. Grossman, executive dithese classes. rector, in cooperation with the 4179 Persons Partake in Activities Dade County Defense Council. to| at "Y" for February determine the number of Jewish The monthly statistical report service men in this area. As soon from the V lor tho month of as this census is completed, our February has just been released arran • I > will in made either by Maurice Grossman, executive for a community sedar or to director. It shows a total of 4179 place these men in private homes. I persons of all ages partook in In the meantime, if you wish to activities at the Y during that have some service men for the month. This is divided as folsedar, pleasi call up the Y and lows: Athletics: adults, 1174; say so. boys and girls 16 to 21, 221; boys Service Men's Dance and girls under lti. 42"). Cultural: The last Service Men"s Dance adults. 212: 16 to 21, 203; under held on Saturday evening, March 16. 533. Social: adults. 790: lb HADE FEDERAL OF MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over S6,500,000 I. M. LIPTON, President For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To 55,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Dog Racing Nightly ( to 21, 271. Special features: adults, 345. The Ahmy's One of the fastest growing groups in the Y. M. H. A. is the newly formed girls' group known as the Ahmy's. This group is composed of girls between the ages of 13 and 16 and is under the sponsorship of Miss Shirley Rothschild, secretary to the executive director. So successful has this group been, that it will be necessary to limit the membership very shortly. The main projects of this group are athletics" and social service work. Y. W. H. A. Mrs. Joel Below chairman of the Book of the Month Club oi the Y. W. H. A., announces that a unique meeting will take place iesday evening. March 25. This will be known as "an i ning with members and books." Ten three minute reviews will be given by various members in a round table conference. Each member will review one book in a three-minute talk, after which the matter will be discussed informally. This is the first time in the history of the Y that such a novel meeting has been held, and all meml i rrs are looking forward toward that meeting. More details will be given in these columns next week. Senior Men's Group to Hold Novel Meeting Have you ever heard of a stag card party ? We haven't either, but we are going to have on< Al Pailot and Jack Apte, co-chairmen of the meetings committee. are making plans for this novel feature. More details lati I Bowling Tho winter bowling league of the Y. M. H. A. ended on February 26th with the team ol Al Berkowitz finishing on top. followed by the Schwartz team in the runner-up position and S. Seitlin in the show spot. There were fifty men participating in the league, which consisted of eight teams, and it was decided that instead of the usual trophies that are given at the termination of this bowling R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4451 Offices: South Miami. Fla. PHONE 4-3375 LEGAL NOTICES ii EXCEPT SUNDAY Adm.S5c post Time 8:15 P^ *Jfl HSA %  fclltt TED W6ST FLAGLGR. K€NN€L CLUB West Flagler St. at 37th A venue NOTICE IS HEREBY filVEX thai liliii Romer and Samui I SUE re engaged In buslne ctltloua name "( ROMER'S PCM Hi ENTER—MEAT DEPARTMENT .o IT. 4lst Street, Miami Beach, Florida, nd Intend to re u-i-t. i >..i.) n, %  • ii '' • office of thi i '!< :,: ..f the lit C I of I l\ Florida PHiur ROMER SAMl'EL SCSSMAN I Ei iROE CHERTKOF i tomey f r Applii until 13-20-2" 4 S-IU NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai %  % %  IN Friend i. .. inder ine fletltioui nn ( ROMER'S l> CENTER VECETAH1.E 1'!";ARTMKNTai : .". Il< street Mteml i eai h, Florida, ai I Intel r %  'I 1 e In the ol i.. e of the lerk of tl I ol I >.. .• i ty. 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At this writing the exact spot for the bowling banquet has not been decided on but I am quite sure that it will be held in the near future so that the prizes can be awarded to the top three teams as well as to the top five high average bowlers. The date for the start of the new league will also be discussed and settled at the banquet so we urge that all bowlers or those interested in bowling attend the banquet. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Bigg M But—Biggest Because Best addover MATZO MEALFARFEL • CAKE MEAL • WHOLE WHEAT MATZO • EGG MA7Z0 LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. Sole Distributors for MANISCHEWITZ — ROKEACH Products Kosher for Passover 165 N. E. 24th Street Phone 3-6921 Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. 7005 BiscayncBoulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. 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FRIDAY
MARCH 6, 1942
fJewisti rhridlimii
PAGE NINE
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
We Salute Mr. G.. Mr. W..
and Mr. F.
For the benefit of each of you
all our abbreviated gentlemen
arc none other than the 1942
Y. M. H. A. committee consist-
ing of Herman Waitsman, Gen-
eral Chairman; Maurice Gross-
man, Executive Director, and Mil-
ton Friedman, Transportation
Chairman, who performed a
yeomans job in connection with
the splendid Night of Stars show
held at the Olympia Theatre last
Tuesday. We again wish to thank
all the night clubs and their per-
formers for appearing and lend-
ing such fine talent to so worthy
a cause. In my estimation, the
show was the smoothest held to
date.
Daytona Beach Florida
SEABREEZE GARAGE
Repairing Painting
Body Work
63S N. Atlantic Avenue
Phone 602
Daytona Beach. Fla.
CLIFF SMITH
SIGNS
133 Magnolia Avenue
Daytona Beach. Fla.
FRANK
CONSTRUCTION CO.
Franco Cold Patch Asphalt
Road and Street Consruction
582 Ballough Road Ph. 2164
Daytona Beach, Fla.
FARMER DAN'S
Famous Fried Chicken
1824 S. Ridge wood on U. S.
Highway No. 1
Daytona Beach. Fla.
ATLANTIC MARBLE &
TILE CO.
202 Broadway Phone 655
Daytona Beach, Fla.
ECHOLS MATTRESS
COMPANY
507 N. Beach
Daytona Beach. Fla.
DR. PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY
841 Volusia Avenue Phone 1024
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
MALBY CONRAD LUMBER COMPANY
415 Orange Avenue Phone 302
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
BUCHANAN OIL CO.
1628 S. Ridgewood Ave.
Phone 348
Daytona Beach. Fla.
CONCRETE PRODUCTS COMPANY
516 Carswell Holly Hill
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
WOODS FUEL OIL COMPANY
Our business is black but we treat you white.
Day Phone 1789 Night Phone 939-M Drivers Phone 2853-J
HOLLY HILL DAYTONA. BEACH, FLA.
FIX-ALL REFRIGERATOR SERVICE
CHAMBER'S GAS RANGES
Cook With Gas Turned OH
KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS
613 Main.....Phone u88
Night Calls.....Phone 765
DAYTONA BEACH. FLA.
ORMOND GARAGE
EDWARD F. BEACH, Mgr.
48 Granada Avenue phon 9242
ORMOND. FLORIDA
TO KEEP 'EM FLYINGKEEP BUYING
. S. DEFENSE BONDS AND STAMPS
HALIFAX TRANSFER &
TAXI CO.
307 S. Palmetto Avenue
Phone 99
Dayona Beach, Fla.
DAYTONA SHEET
METAL WORKS
116 S. Segrave Street
Phone 2810
Daytona Beach, Fla.
HALIFAX CLEANERS
We Call For and Deliver
126 Magnolia Avenue
Phone 373
Daytona Beach. Fla.
U. W. CUNNINGHAM
Distributor
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Daytona Beach. Fla.
Thanks again to all you ladies
and gentlemen who were kind
enough to purchase tickets and
helped make this show the sue
cess it was.
In every Army there are more
than just officers, therefore, we
wish to make note of the "Y"
Privates who also played a fine
part in the success of the Night
of Stars: Philip Berkowitz, Al
Berkowitz, Pete Silverman, Al
Reisman, Frank Rose, Sol Levin,
and George Rachlin. To the Mahi
Shrine Temple and the Miami
Beach Elks we are greatly in-
debted for their splendid co-
operation and may we continue
to cooperate in future years.
P. S.: More than 100 men in uni-
form were guests of the com-
mittee.
Service Men's Dance This
Saturday at "Y"
Two beautiful gifts will be
presented by the Girls' Progres-
sive Club to two Service Men in
a contest to be held a the Bi-
Weekly Y. M. H. A. Service Men's
Dance at the "Y" ballroom. S. W.
5th Street and 16th Avenue. Mr.
Florence Hacker is in charge of
festivities. All ana only men in
uniform are cordially invited to
attend. Music will be furnished
by the W. P. A. orchestra.
Attention Parents and Relatives
of Men in the Service
Our energetic Executive Direc-
tor, Mr. Maurice Grossman would
like each of you to send in the
names of your sons, brothers or
relatives who are now in the
armed forces of our country. This
is for the purpose of inscribing
all names of Jewish men in the
service on a special Roll of Honor
which will be placed in the Y. M.
H. A. and will be appropriately
dedicated.
Air Raid Defense For the Ladies
Mrs. Florence Hacker. Chair-
man of the Y. W. H. A. Defense
Committee, requests all women
to be present at the Olympia
Theatre March 16. at 10 a. m., at
which time they will be given
instructions pertaining to air
raids. Admission is free.
Al Berky's Cop "Y" Duckpin
Title
At the conclusion of 21 hectic
weeks of combat the well cap-
tained Al Berkowitz team came
from behind to beat out the
Harry Schwartz's by a three
game margin.
To Manager Jack Apte and
Secretary of the Interior of Sta-
tistics Al Reisman we owe a
round of applause for their ardu-
ous efforts in making this league
the outstanding athletic function
of the "Y." Following are the
final league standings:
Teams:
1. Al Berkowitz
2. Harry Schwartz
3. Sam Seitlin
4. Louis Spector
5. Sol Weinkle
6. Abe Berkowitz
7. Al Reisman
8. Murry Streit.
Al Berkowitz gave Marty
Milstein a scare at the final
weeks session when he needed
but 2 pins to tie for high set of
363 held by Marty and 3 to lead
the league as fate would have it
Al could only muster 1 pin to
total 362. Tough luck, Allie.
However Allie, we do want to
congratulate you and your ability
as a leader in taking four poker
players, etc. and converting them
into a championship team. Name-
ly, Herman Waitsman, Pete Sil-
verman. Hal Berkowitz and Ralph
Grossman. P. S. Next week we
will have the final individual
standings.
Y. M. H. A. Wins City Cage Title
Inspired by their playing man-
ager. Lefty Sehmer the Y. M.
H. A. basketball team won the
City league championship. Con-
grats to all of you boys.
"America would be dull, in-
deed if it were cast all in one pat-
tern. Variety enriches and en-
nobles the design. Out of our
diversity can come unity in es-
sentialsabove all. in the essen-
tial democratic faith which has
room for all sorts of experimen-
tation, and which can use healthy
human nature in all its forms. We
have now a common enemy.
There is the more reason for us
to find strength in friendship
among ourselvesnot complac-
ent, not merely tolerant, not
necessarily in agreement as to
ways and means, but firm and
kindly. This, we imagine, is the
moral of Brotherhood Week.
Fifty two brotherhood weeks
every year would be still better.
N. Y. Times Editorial.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
LAS OLAS
HARDWARE
625 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 107
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
CUSTER'S FISH AND
POULTRY MARKET
115 S. W. 2nd Street
Phone 74
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
BEAUDRY SIGN CO.
201 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 208
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
BECK'S DRUG STORE
342 E. Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 4
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
JAKE'S GARAGE
110 N. E. 6th Ave.
Phone 942
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
GAINES AWNING &
CANVAS CO.
1440 S. Federal Highway
Phone 980
Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
VAN'S AUTO PAINT SHOP
1 N. W. 1st Avenue Phone 66
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.

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IVOLUME 15No. 10
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
Local Lodge of B'nai B'rith
To Have Honored Guest At
Assembly Tuesday Evening
Edward Rosenblum, 5th Dis-
trict president of B'nai B'rith,
(will address Sholem Lodge of
1 Greater Miami at the March
I meeting this coming Tuesday
evening at the Elk's Club, 720
IWest Avenue, Miami Beach. His
I topic will be "This Changing
I World."
Born in Bayonne, New Jersey,
I in 1893. Mr. Rosenblum is a
I graduate of Georgetown Univer-
Isity Law School and a member
|of D. C. and North Carolina Bars.
He was a member of Ameri-
can Expeditionary Forces in
France, Eng. Corps, U. S. Army,
EDWARD I. ROSENBLUM
and after his discharge from
Army was appointed to Execu-
tive Staff of the Jewish Welfare
Board, Paris, France. He was a
member of the first overseas unit
of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee December, 1919 for over-
seas work in Poland other parts
of Eastern Europe. With the Joint
Distribution Committee four
years, serving as Administrator
for Eastern and Western Gali-
eia; Administrator for Roumania
and Bulgaria; Administrator for
White Russia, U.S.S.R. travelled
through Austria, Germany, Tur-
key, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia,
and other European countries in-
vestigating refugee and child
care relief. He was one of two
Americans who received a Gold
Medal and Citation from the Rus-
sian Government for relief work
done on behalf of refugees and
children in the famine stricken
areas of Russia.
He is past President of the
Middle Atlantic States Federa-
tion of Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.'s;
Past President of the Washing-
ton Y. M. H. A.; Former mem-
ber of the Executive Committee
of the Jewish Welfare Board;
one of the organizers and mem-
bers of the Jewish Community
Center Board of Managers since
its organization; Former Member
of the Board of Directors of the
Jewish Social Service Agency;
member of the Board of Direc-
tors of the Adas Israel Synago-
gue; member of the Executive
and Foreign Relations Commit-
tee of the A. A. U. of the U. S.;
member of the National Board
of Governors of the Athletic
Union of the United States; mem-
ber of the Board of Governors
of the United States Sports Fed-
eration (formerly United States
Olympic Committee); Member of
the Board of Governors of the
District of Columbia A. A. U.;
chairman of the Government Re-
lations Committee of the Ama-
teur Athletic Union of the United
States; member of the Washing-
ton Post, Jewish War Veteran's
No. 58; member of Samuel Gom-
pers Lodge No. 45; F. A. A. M.;
member of the General Commit-
tee District Grand Lodge No. 5
eight years, held office of third,
second, first and now President
of District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'nai B'rith; member of the Ex-
ecutive Committee of the Su-
prenje Lodge, and is at present
Executive Director of the Jewish
Community Center, Washington,
D. C.
NOTES FROM A JEWISH
CITY EDITOR'S DESK
From the top of your city
editor's desk comes this collec-
tion of notes, news and non-
sense gathered at random and
good for laughs.
f
E PR0FESS0R|P0LISH ORDER
REMAINS ASKS SEATS ON
T LIFE NATIOIWAL BODY
New Haven (WNS)An im-
portant prehistoric find of the
remains of an ancient civiliza-
tion in Palestine was announced
here by Millar Burrows; Profes-
sor of Biblical Theology at the
Yale Divinity School and presi-
dent of the American Schools of
Oriental Research. The discov-
ery supplied hitherto unknown
information about the Stone Age
men who lived 7,000 to 8.000
years ago.
In his announcement of the in-
valuable discovery, Professor
Burrows declared that "this is
one of the most significant pre-
historic finds in Palestine in re-
cent years, it provides archaeo-
'ogists with valuable information
aout Neolithic men who lived
n caves in the Holy Land ages
oefore the times of the Hebrew
Patriarchs."
London (WNS) The Polish
M i z r a c h i Organization here
adopted a resolution calling for
the appointment of a third Jew-
ish member to the Polish Na-
tional Council on the grounds
that the two Jewish seats assigned
are "inadequate and incompat-
ible' with the percentage of Jews
in the Polish population.
The Organization named Rabbi
Isaac Rubenstein, formerly a
member of the Polish Sejm. who
is now in New York, as their
candidate for the office.
Meanwhile, Polish authorities
in Soviet Russia reported that
they have been unable to locate
the whereabouts of Zalmen Ru-
benstein, noted Jewish journa ist
and former editor of the Vilna
Tag and his son, Saul, both of
whom were arrested and deported
to Siberia on unspecified charges
when the Soviet occupied Vilna.
Information nom Overseas
Lieutenant Abrahams, the of-
ficial photographer aboard the
"Repulse" was recently reported
safe in Malaya, rescued after the
sinking of the battleship. One
of the correspondents paid trib-
ute to Abrahams in tne following
reference: "Hopping about the
flag deck, from port to starboard,
whichever side is being attacked,
is the plump figure of 'Tubby'
Abrahams." Lieutenant Abra-
hams, by the way, acquired much
experience as a small boy in the
last war when he was one of the
few civilians allowed on board,
assisting his father with his pho-
tographic apparatus, while his
father took official naval pic-
tures The publication of a
new Hebrew journal called "Yal-
kut" has begun, edited by Profes-
sor Rawidocowicz, recently ap-
pointed lecturer for Hebrew at
Leeds University. "Yalkut" is
the only Hebrew publication now
published in Europe News
has reached London on the man-
ner in which Jewish soldiers in
the British forces are carrying
on their religiotis practices in
strange and new surroundings.
A letter received from one sol-
dier in occupied Abyssinia des-
cribed the warm welcome they
received from the Falasha Jews,
the black Jewish tribes living
there. The letter told of the
small synagogues which have
been rededicated by the British
and South African Jewish sol-
diers .
Homework for Americans
The March issue of the Ameri-
can Mercury contains a shocking
revelation on the activities of
"Our Fascist Enemies Within"
by John Roy Carlson. On the
basis of extensive investigation.
Mr. Carlson reports that since
Pearl Harbor there has been "no
miracle of patriotic conversion
among these elements" but rather
they "remain as numerous, as
active and as dangerous as ever."
In a literal war sense, the writer
calls them "enemies within."
Quoting at length from pamph-
lets, publications, bulletins and
correspondence written, after our
entry into the war, by America
Firsters, etc., and ranging in typi-
cal fashion against the Jews,
against Roosevelt, etc., the writer
amply proves his charges. In
the face of all this Mr. Carlson
asks: "Must we submit to inter-
nal Axis attacks merely because
they take the form of words in-
stead of explosives? Does not the
new Fascist idea of war-making,
extending military operations to
the home front in terms of mor-
ale, call for adequate counter-
measures?" .
For the Files
Capetown, the mother Jewish
community of South Africa, is
now celebrating its centenary and
has already received many mes-
sages of warm congratulation
from South African leaders, in-
cluding Field Marshal J. C.
Smuts and the Governor-Gen-
eral. It is interesting to note
that although Jews lived in Cape-
town as early as J709, it wasn't
until the colony passed from
the Dutch to the British in 1820,
that freedom of religious belief
was introduced. It was in 1841
that "the Society of the Jewish
Community of Capetown" was
formally established .
Effects of War On Jewish
CommunaljOrganizations to
Be 1942 Conference Theme
The effects of the war on Jew-
ish communal organizations will
be the program theme of the
1942 conference of the South-
eastern Region, Council of Jew-
ish Federations and Welfare
Funds, it was announced by Don-
ald Oberdorfer, Atlanta and
Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville, co-
chairmen of the Program Com-
mittee.
At this conference, to be held
March 28 and 29 in Chattanooga,
there will be sessions devoted to
army and navy service in the
Southeast; problems of fund rais-
ing in 1942; the current situations
in the overseas and immigra-
tion field; welfare fund budget-
ing, and Jewish community or-
ganization. An Oneg Shebat on
Jewish Education and the Com-
munity will be held on the Satur-
day afternoon preceding the
opening of the conference, under
the auspices of the American As-
sociation for Jewish Education.
Among the outstanding ses-
sions will be two "Information,
Please" panelson the war-time
programs of overseas and refugee
agencies, and on campaigning in
1942. In the former, announced
the Program Chairmen, represen-
tatives of agencies in this field,
with the help of a moderator
from one of the local welfare
funds, will answer questions on
the constantly shifting conditions
under which the agencies are
now working. Participating in
this session will be the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, United
Palestine Appeal. National Refu-
gee Service, Hebrew Sheltering
and Immigrant Aid Society,
American ORT Federation and
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Taking part in the "Informa-
tion, Please" session on cam-
paigning will be "experts" on
various phases of campaign or-
ganization, including initial gifts
solicitation, women's divisions,
youth divisions, training of work-
ers, and campaigning in small
communities. The experts will be
local welfare fund representa-
tives who have had considerable
experience in campaigning.
In releasing the preliminary
conference program, the chair-
men emphasized the importance
of this year's meeting as a means
of developing community plan-
ning to cope with the new de-
mands and new local responsibil-
ities brought on by war-time
conditions. "The continuation of
the work of the agencies sup-
ported by Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds has been rec-
ognized by governmental authori-
ties as an important part of the
total war effort in strengthening
morale at home and abroad,"
said the chairmen.
"This war means many things
in terms of Jewish community
organization," they continued. "It
means a testing of strengths, a
reevaluation of current programs,
a maximum utilization of ex-
isting resources. Above all, it
means a challenge to our Jew-
ish leadership to carry on the
essential and necessary services
under Jewish auspices as addi-
tional responsibilities to our ef-
fort in the nation's all-out drive
for victory."
Delegates designated by Coun-
I cil member agencies in the South-
eastern Region will meet in
Chattanooga to consider methods
by which the organized Jewish
communities can make a maxi-
mum contribution both in the
general community wide effort
and in their own special fields of
interest and responsibilities.
ECONOMY DRIVE
SAYS NAZIS PAY;TO HELP JEWRY
FOR THEIR FOLLYilN PALESTINE
Moscow ( WNS ) Countless
German soldiers are paying with
their lives for "the senseless ra-
cial theory" of the Nazis, ac-
cording to Dr. Paul Schultze.
German doctor captured by the
Russians, the Moscow press re-
ported this week.
Revealing that an order issued
by Nazi authorities forbids the
use of "Jewish blood" in trans-
fusions given to wounded Ger-
man officers and soldiers, the
doctors, who was attached to
the 68th German Infantry Divi-
sion, stated that an insufficient
amount of "Aryan" blood re-
sulted in the unnecessary deaths
of many wounded soldiers.
LITHUANIAN JEW IS NAMED
TRANS-JORDAN CONSULATE
Jerusalem (WNS) The ap-
pointment of G. Volkauskas, Li-
thuanian Jewish journalist, as
acting Lithuanian consul-general
in Palestine and Trans-Jordan
was announced here. The ap-
pointment was made by M. Balu-
tis, Lithuanian minister in Lon-
don.
New York (WNS)A drive to
help sustain the economy of the
Jewish community of Palestine,
whose wine industry is threatened
with destruction because all mar-
kets except the United States
have been cut off by war, was
launched yesterday by eight na-
tional Jewish organizations de-
voted to Palestine. They an-
nounced that 10,000 cases of Pal-
estinian wine have just arrived in
New York harbor on a boat re-
turning from a perilous journey
to the Middle East wih Lend-
Lease material and called upon
their hundreds of. thousands of
members throughout the nations
to support the ancient wine in-
dustry of Palestine by disposing
of the wine, particularly in con-
nection wih the forthcoming cele-
bration of Passover. The nation-
al organizations include the Pal-
estine Foundation Fund, the
Jewish National Fund, Hadassah,
the United Palestine Appeal, Miz-
rachi Zionist Organization, Poale
Zion and Junior Hadassah.

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PAGE THIRTEEN
NATIONAL COUNCIL
JEWISH WOMEN
At the annual Purim party
.riven by the Forum, Miami Sec-
tion National Council of Jewish
Sen, on Friday, March 6, 2
o m, at the home of Dr. and
Mrs Morris Goodman, 3619
Flamingo Drive, Miami Beach.
Mrs Abraham Kellner will speak
on -Dynamics of Dictatorship."
Joy Whitman, vocalist, will
present a musical program. Pur-
im holiday refreshments will be
served. Mrs. Moses Krieger will
be chairman of the afternoon.
A Garden Dance sponsored by
earning fund pledges of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
Miami Section, will be held on
Saturday, March 7, 9 p. m., at
the Helene Hotel, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Joe Heller is chairman of
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PHONE 5378
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
HORSES NAMED FOR PALM
BEACH HANDICAP MARCH 9
Red Dock, the 3-year-old Peace
Chance-Bittersweet gelding which
scored a surprising victory over
Sweet Willow, Doublrab and
others in his initial appearance
at Tropical Park this season, and
which later was beaten only a
length and a head in the Palm
Beach Handicap, was the first
horse named for the three dist-
the committee in charge of ar- ance stakes to be run during the
rangemcnts.
Committee members assisting
Mrs. Heller are Mrs. William
Bernstein, Mrs. David Catsman,
Mrs. Aaron Fair, Mrs. Louis
Floischman, Mrs. Barney Good-
man, Mrs. Hyman Kaplan, Mrs.
Leon Levy, Mrs. George Lister,
Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, Mrs. E.
Albert Pallott, Mrs. Harold Rand,
Mrs. Elry Stone. Tickets are
available from members of the
committee at the Helene Hotel.
spring meeting opening on Mon-
day March 9 and running 29 days,
through April 10.
into Aprilthere is reason to
believe that the crowds will be
treated at Tropical Park's Spring
session to the best in horseflesh
and the best in racing that this
course has been able to offer. As
nominations to the stakes begin
to come in in numbers, it be-
comes more and more evident
that the majority of the top
horses which have been cam-
paigning in the State are slated
to remain until the very end of
the season.
LOUIS ADAMIC DRAFTED BY
U. S. FOR STORIES OF WAR
". In these critical days it is
important to state the foundation
First of these stakes is the'of common religious convictions
Have you bought Defense
Bonds and Stamps yet? Buy
them now and buy more and
more for Victory's sake.
J. O. YOUTSEY
CONTRACTOR
OF PLASTER AND
STUCCO
520 Brookhaven Drive
Phone 5872
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
$7,500 added Coral Gables Handi-
cap, which will be offered on
Saturday, March 21. This will be
over the nine-furlong course. On
Saturday, April 4, the program
will be headlined by the $5,000
added, mile and a-sixteenth
Ponce de Leon Handicap. On the
final day of the meetingSatur-
day, April 10the banner offer-
ing will be the $10,000 added,
mile-and-a-furlong Tropical Han-
dicap.
With all signs pointing now to
an unusually late season for Mi-
amia season that will run late
OP
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Complete Business, Secretarial and Civil Service Courses
Open all the year. Ask for Syllabus.
G. S. GASTON. Director
133-35 N. Main Street Phone 5286
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
on which American institutions
rest. These foundations, Protes-
tant, Catholic and Jewish leaders
agree, are spiritual in character.
A completely materialistic and
secularized way of life leads in-
evitably to paganism and event-
ually to some form of totalitarian
tyranny. Victory for pur way of
life* demands that wc preserve
intact our common religious
heritage. This is as important as
anything that can be said about
this war."
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy.
In the midst of a two-month
lecture tour which he began on
February 1, Louis Adamic, author
of "Two-Way Passage," was sud-
denly drafted by the Government
to work with King Vidor, M-G-M
director, who urgently requested
his services in connection with a
film dealing with American in-
dustry and immigrants.
Mr. Vidor and Mr. Adamic now
are visiting war plants, selecting
scenes for the story.
n
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501 West South
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
GOODYEAR
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More People Ride on Goodyear
Tires Than Any Other Kind
HAL STARBUCK, Mgr.
300 N. Orange Phone 4113
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
CENTRAL STORAGE &
SERVICE GARAGE
70 W. Central Ave.
PHONE 3361
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
SOUTH POLE
FISH & POULTRY
MARKET
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cole
618 S. Parramore
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
THE BRASS RAIL
22 EAST CHURCH
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
MURRAH OIL COMPANY
500 North West Moreland Drive
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
Distributor of Products of
KENDALL REFINING COMPANY
Refined From 100% Bradford Pennsylvania Crude
JOHN C. PAYNE. Jr.. Manager PHONE 8831
THE GLlDDEN COMPANY
Cleveland. Ohio
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A. L. WOODHAM. Manager PHONE 6001
Orlando Branch228 N. Orange Avenue. Orlando. Florida
X-CEL FEED STORE
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and fertilizer store
20 Years Same Location
205 West Robinson Phne 3524
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
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711 W. Church, Orlando. Fla.
&
719 S. Parramore
ORLANDO. FLORIDA
ORLANDO PLUMBING
& HEATING CO.
H. D. LOUCKS. Manager
Phone 6614 125 E. Gore
ORLANDO, FLORIDA
"Standard" Plumbing Fixtures
Silver Chrome Bathroom
Accessories
Petro-Nokol Oil Burners
Acme and Whitehead
Kitchen Cabinets
DEPENDABLE SERVICE
Oil, Gas. Electric and Sun Water
Heaters
Sprinkling Systems
ICE CLEANERS
& BIERS
312 West Colonial Drive
Phone 5221
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YOU SHOULD KNOW
Inornate* of the iatt novehs- anc Diograjmer Sieiax Zweig
cno* tha" tnt real reaaoi. behind his dramatic suicide wot tan:
ZwfeiC nac grown sc pessimistic about the course o: wrjrid
evena anc tne lnaieaee of fascist strength in the Western
neanspneit thai ne wm worrymc iest his European experience
wc-uic a.ve tc ye repeatec or. tms side &. the Atlantic And
nt waa 10c cuec r. repea tnat experience New Yodci
Govemo- Lenmar. recently addressee c great Victory Loan
pjMBng u. Montrea. Anc that ecnon of the Frencr Cano-
e.e: ores* wiuci. suL crarriet or. an intensive anb-Semitj: cain-
oaigr.' ? loose c kaffic oarrage at tne Governor teliinr nim
Dim xic adrios was wantec doe. c iew Tne New Yon: tDress
wniit- : c-cmiec me story- o: Governor Lehman s inspinnr no-
erest e:c no repor: tni outrageous discourlesy Bu- notrung
WDuk ot ectaiec by mcunc tne iaci too: at no ume u. the iatt
twenty-hvc veart nas anP-Semiusrc oeen permittee tc run so
rite :: tht Piorince Queoec as today All o: wmci. reminds
01 tha Soiumnis- Lc Sulhvan now reporunc on tne "101100
scent u oum: ur aoou: tne frencr refugee who, havmc lound
: hasat nert rron. tne Naz. oppressorE whe have osaiiuii ha
nomeianc nai openec ux. c note, that mam trims c "N: Jews
Ulowad ooucy
TRUE STORY
beany Nussoaum c Lone isianc Cin- paperhange: anc an
as re.; wacdSB aesiaes. lounc nimsel: sometnmc o: c nuniic
noon .as: weer when an entei piisinc OCD prwi aaen- dis-
covert: tha en a L22L Hitier nac awaraec nm. c soecial
a bx Lsusij a tht hrs: wonc war Benny s hrafsn
j : matts B rercr;nt servec as c dispatch nder m the jet-
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Mcnro* Z~oenneane: c New Yon: attorney- has wariaej up
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FEDW THE EASTERN FRONT
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£ &f PAGE TEN JEWISH CITIES IN MOURNING FOR "STRUME" LIKES %  .-.-. t Tel'" is thr • as Ji .. unity %  s who Bla S when ter "S pi Th< : by the disaster mu I by bitter LASSETER HAYGOOD D'STiNCTlVE DRAPERIES .10 a FL'RNiTURE COVERINGS Complete Decorative Sci M •OU N. E. 2nd x MOORE FLRNITURE BLDG. PHOSE 7-ro— -• %  Pi 51 Strume" %  B in conjt %  r leading J %  • sa\ ; r gra Sponi is pi t I the 1 ministrati which had d by the Jew ish Ager.cj r jponsibility ( i of the "Strume" victims occurred throughout the ecu '.::; The demonstraions were ord with no disturbances rep i C. H. LYNE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE CO. 105-109 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 2-5840 KIRKHAM Jewelry & Optical Co. 2nd Fleer. Shore'and Arcade PHONE 2-464' H bn %  Press -•' %  %  .. *' 7 : j 5 5 ded %  • %  to I A res at] r %  h i r-. demand* i the rerj the r fu> by Jaj ines Maui itius FRIDAY, MARCH 6, BANQUET TO BE GIVEN 111 BEACH M NEXT SUNDAY Mil] r of ring a H I Sunday, r the • HIAS T wide with ipal cities A::.i ncas to 9 and i Max Shapiro will ::-.onies ng and Rabbi Col. will bethe pnn:.. well known Miss Ruth ReNay of New v r ; several vocal The affair is under s of a Tourists" Comwhich Jos. L. Teppcr : Was ingl n is the chairman and Ja< Kassan of Akron. Ohio and Zimmel Reznick of Asbury Park X. J. are the vice chairDR. JACOB H. KAPLAN Will SPEAK AT_JACKS0NVILLE D r '•* H Kaplan accents an invitation to sp. ak in j,!? BonviUe, Fla. at the PurS/n* quet of the Jacksonville J„ "j Center I^tesday J %* Dr. Kapian left Jacksomnii for few days st with Rabbi Man. **"* tery of the Rabbinical AS tion of the Stal where he will assist in ,* the program for the annual Z ference cf the Rabbinical A,"' ciation. which will meet £ year in Orlando unmediawta after Shabuoth. May 24 T*\ 26. While in Orlando Dr Kan h? will occupy the p u!p:t 0 ?T<£ gregation Ohev Sholem next rw day evening. InKaler Produce Co. 1200 N. W. 22nd St. Ph. 2. 5197 Have you bought your DeBonds yet? HENRY FLATTERY PLUMBER CARRIB NOVELTY & IMPORTING CO., Inc. -3N. v\ :-o Ave. P* 7.1SM C:-j-e$s B'dg. Phon ::••: GRAHAM AUTOMOBILE SERVICE A E. DETW1LER. Vg'. PHONE 3-6097 % %  *"2 N. E. 2nd Avenue DR. WALTER K. FOLEY LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA BUILDERS' SERVICE, INC. 100 N. E. First Avenue Phone 3-6411 W. D. CHRISTMAS GENERAL AGENT The Mu: .'.-%  %  Ii • %  • -. \ -m %  7 902 d.Pont B>dg. Ph. 3.-6S3 CORAL WAY SUNDRIES •693 Coftl Way Ph. 4.3232 MIAMI BEACH ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY INC. Complete Abstract and Title Insurance Service THE ONLY ABSTRACT PLANT IN MIAMI BEACH First National Bank Blda. MIAMI BEACH INVESTORS SYNDICATE Confess Building Phone 2-2661 L. D. HAYNES SS11 N w. 2-d AVENUE PHONE 7.23H GEO. E. BUNNELL, INC. CONTRACTORS 79 N. E. 20th Terrace Phone 3-7488 585 N. E. 58th Street Phone 7-2876 PIERRE L. BAILEY Service Engraving Co. HERALD BUILDING CALL 3-2455 FOR PHOTO ENGRAvING OF ALL ENDS FOR THE ADVERTISE?. PHOTO-ENGRAVLNG TELLS YOUR STORY MAULE NDUSTRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES" Miami — Miami Beach Oius — Ft Lcruderdale TANNER'S "WHERE THE BEST COSTS LESS" CT^Orr 2 3 WEST FLAGLER STREET O I v_JKt" V 17M NORTH EAST SECOND AVENUE v > -~'-9C-6 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES T GENERAL CONTRACTORS 1632 Pennsylvania Avenue Phone 5-4004 MIAMI BEACR FLORIDA ACE MATTRESS CO. 156 N. W. 5th Street PHONE 3-2778 MIAMI BEACH FIRST NATIONAL BANK LINCOLN AND ALTON ROADS MIAMI BEACH



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pnDAY, MARCH 6, 1942 IwUt* Unrtrttfrin PAGE SEVEN TP.*. RETRAINS YOUTH FOR PALESTINE AGRICULTURE WITH FUNDS RAISED THROUGH 1.1. j \ RECONSTRUCTION GOES FORWARD. A croup of young German Jewish refugees, rescued from Nazi persecution in Europe, await permanent settlement in a colony, after having completed their period of agricultural training. The United Palestine Appeal, the central American agency for the upbuilding and defense of the Jewish homeland in Palestine, must provide land and equipment for the colonization of many Mirh young refugees who have reached Palestine in recent months. The resources for the program of the U.P.A. are derived from the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and I'almtine, in which it is represented together with the Joint Distribution Committee and the National Rrfugee Service. Photoa depict retraining activities in Palestine. (Above) A typical young woman in the settlementt Sarid. (Above right) A young refugee learning how to repair agricultural implements. (Below right) Cirls wrapping apples grown in the Sarid orchard. grfltfg & 4ME*^ ~v f -' / •/ %  '. • *8latte ami fZfayitt HOT SPRINGS .NATIONAL PARK*ARKANSAS Your part in America's Victory Program requires energy, vigor and health. Keep fit by relaxing at this world-famous health spa in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Horseback riding, golf, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing on Lakes Hamilton and Catherine; and countless other recreations. Oaklawn horse-racing season from February 23 to March 28. Located in its own private park, the Eastman offers quiet relaxation, yet is conveniently close to everything. A wide variety of accommodations. Government supervised bathhouse under the same roof. I 0 -* t^oX, LODGE ON 500 ROOMS FROM WALTER E. DAVIS. Manager r-a| Pal Ill *oo 'iii-n M m %  EASTMAN HOTEL AND BATHS Direction: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC H. GRADY MANNING. Founder A grand opera concert in costume will be held Sunday, March 15th at 8:30 at the Temple Theatre, 471 N. W. 3rd Street. Starring in the performance will be H. Marbiny-Marbein, tenor, who will appear in the arias from Aida, The Jewess, Pagliacci, as well as in the duets from La Traviata and Carmen, and Madame Stella Marbiny, a protege of Luisa Tetrazinni and possessor of Tetrazinni's opera costumes, in which she will appear. Madame Marbiny's selections will be the famous Mad Scene of Lucia, the Bell Song of Lakme, and the aria of the Barber of Seville. Mr. Alexander Drucker, Miss Eleanor Clark Lynton and Miss Edna Burnside will be the assisting artists. Part of the proceeds of this concert, sponsored by the Beth David Sisterhood, will benefit the Blood Bank of Dade County. The performance promises to be one of the most outstanding events ever staged in the area. All seats are reserved and immediate reservations are urged. Youth group of Temple Israel will hold its regular meeting Sunday evening, March 8th at 8:30 at Kaplan Hall. The business meeting will be conducted by the president, Melvin Green and a program including a community sing will be presented by Marvin Goldman. Dancing and refreshments will follow. • • •' "The Philosophy of Spinoza" will be the topic of the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolfson this Saturday afternoon at the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collirts Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. Monday morning at 10:45, Edward Clarke of the University of Miami, will speak on "The Great Beethoven." Tuesday evening at 8:15 Dr. Samuel Bension of the Miami Beach Jewish Center will be the guest speaker. • • • The regularly scheduled Tuesday evening forum at the Hotel Evans at Miami Beach was postponed because of Purim and will be held Friday evening, March 6th. Lawrence Schlechter, world-wide traveller and famous lecturer who conducts the discussions at the Hotel Evans has invited H. Bond Bliss, editorial ANDY'S SUNDRIES 2801 N. W. 17th Ave. Ph. 3-6574 E. E. BRETT REAL ESTATE 7335 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-1525 Diegaord & Preston Builders, Inc. 264 Qiralda Ave. Ph. 4-4014 CORAL GABLES, FLA. UP TO DATE VAN SERVICE LEW M. CISCO Transfer & Storage 328 N. E. 2nd Avenue PHONE 2-5411 CHILI JACK'S 1032 Biicayne Blvd. Ph. 2-9*35 writer and columnist of the Miami Herald as a guest speaker for the evening who will discuss as his main topic "America and the War." The next forum will be held Tuesday evening in the ballroom of the Hotel Evans. CLUB LATINO 36 N. W. 5th St. Ph. 2-8917 r_j ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov'C Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Go. CHICAGO If You Are in Need oi Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 172S N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 %  •



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PAGE SIX *Jewistfk>ridli?ir FRIDAY, MARCH 6. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION HAS B'NAI B-RITH NIGHT Friday night, March 6th has been designated as B'nai B'rith night at Beth David Congregation. Services will be conducted by members of Sholem Lodge and the Ladies' Auxiliary. Services, in its entirety, will be conducted by Burnett Roth, Louis Heiman, Milton Friedman. Maurice Cromer and Ernest Sussman. The Ladies' Auxiliary will participate in the services with Miss Jennie Rotfort, Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Louis Heiman. Mrs. Maurice Grossman I and Mrs. S. B. Miller participating. They Help Defend Our Freedom KEY WEST NOTES Special Purim services for men in the armed forces of the government were held at the B'nai Zion Congregation. Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer, spiritual leader of the community, was in charge. Cantor J. Schram assisted with the services. Sabbath sen-ices are held every week to which service men are invited and past weeks have seen a large attendance. Buy Defense Bonds and Defense Stamps NOW! PEACOCK Lumber & Supply Co. 3015 S. W. 37th Ave. PHONE 4-1505 IKIUI'S Jewelry Co., Inc. 160 E. FLAGLER ST. PHONE 3-2197 R 0 B B1 MS Warehousing & Distributing Co. 1109 N. W. 22nd STREET PHONE 2-0480 REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS Congress Building PHONE 2-4347 Mr. Hasslinger. Rep. W. F. SNYDER 4*3 41st Street PHONE 5.3369 MAKERS OF THAT GOOD MOON KI S T ICE CREAM And Distributors of ROYAL PALM MILK ROYAL PALM Creamery and Dairy PHONE 3-8655 28 N. W. 17th AVENUE uSStf !#! Chain l he arms of J \ lde a and of Amc are interlocked to bring common victory to the ideals of the ancient prophets which have been enshrined in the American way of life It is a proud i a ,L f0 L Arner 1Ca n w. ^1"* tha f l the stalwart sons and daughters of the Jewish people gathered in Pal estine are in truth a tower of strength in defense of the shores of our land. 8 !" Above are some of the Jewish military and civilian units: (from top to bottom) a erouo of armed cyclists; women air raid wardens in Tel Aviv; Jewish boy scouts, who aid m civilian defense c£r£ uU&g" teadlng ENLIST : 3nd a Unit f firSt aid Workers attached t0 the Red Shield A^bS: EAST COAST BAR 2330 N. Miami Ave. Ph 3-9162 SCHRIBER BAIT & TACKLE SHOP 517 West Avenue PHONE 5-1923 K. M. COOK Service Station 201 S. W. 1st St. Ph. 2-9179 Stewart Page Corp. 4311 S. W. 16th Street PHONE 4.7912 Royal Typewriter Co. 120 N. E. 1st Street PHONE 3-3159 Norton McCormick Linen Marking Shirt Lettering Chenills and Felt Letters 610 N. E. 2nd Ave. Ph. 25224 ROYAL GARDEN 6948 N. W. 15th Avenue PHONE 7-9233 NATIONAL TITLE COMPANY AND ASSOCIATES BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TENDERIZED CORNED BEEF CO. 519 N. W. 23rd St. Ph. 3-5461 PICCIOLO Italian.American Restaurant 134-36-38 Collins Ave. Miami Beach BEER and WINES PHONE 59031 Famous tor its Real Italian Dinners Steaks. Chops, Sea Foods, Pizza Ravioli, Spaghetti PALM PHARMACY DR. C. J. ERICSON 2200 N. w. 28th St. p h 2.§356 BEACH MILL & SUPPLY CO. 1327 Twentieth Street PHONE 5-6669 MIAMI BEACH REISM AN Wholesale Butchers 29th Street—Hialeah PHONE 8-2421 Nicholson Paint Co. 218 Alton Road Ph. 5-1479 SOUTH FLORIDA MOTOR SALES. Inc. PHONE 5-1951 Rent Car—Drive it Yourself Insurance Protection "' 5,h %  £ %  *. "'•* Beach 61 w. Fiagler Street, Ph. 3-1764 1942 BISCAYNE DOG TRACK DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS TO BE DECIDED NEXT WEEK Three Biscayne dog track sV tance championships will be dt cided at the northside oval ne week. n Formerly a 5-16ths mile track the Biscayne oval was made intn a futurity course last Fall part of the $25,000 improvement program at the plant and Bis cayne now enjoys the distinction of being the only futurity track in the United States. When the change was made five new races distances were established The Miami Shores course of 330 yards and the futurity of 495 yards are the sprint courses. Next longest is the 5-16ths mile, then the 605 yard Biscayne course. The Sem inole course, longest of the five is just 50 feet less than 7-16ths of a mile. The futurity distance championship will be run on Monday the 5-16ths mile test on Wednesday and the Biscayne course championship on Saturday. "Democracy is capable of positive and direct and planned action of self-discipline and selfsacrifice. Look to Bataan and Corregidor for real democracy in operation." —Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein KEEP 'EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. MIAMI BEER GARDEN 1242 N. W. 3rd Avenue Willie Obrien, Prop. MIAMI SOAP CO. 27th STREET HIALEAH PHONE 8-2155 MILLER ELECTRIC CO. A. W. MILLER 5872 S. W. 4th Street PHONE 4-4292 MARTIN'S DRUG STORE 7070 Collins Ave. Ph. 6-20* OLD HEIDELBERG 151 S. E. SECOND STREET J. W. PEARCE MARINE ENGINEER CONTRACTOR 3101 N. W. 20th Strt PHONE 4-M75 \\.



PAGE FOURTEEN
*Jewist fkrkHari_
FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1942
RABBIS STRESSES
NEED FOR UNITY
will fight under its own banner
| r it I on the side of the democracies.
II I I II I Ulll under allied command, to defend
its land and the Near East" was
adopted by the convention. Other
resolutions adopted approved a
joint conference of Orthodox.
Conservative and Reform rabbis
in June. 1943. to be held in Atlan-
tic City: urged that the "Syna-
| gogue Council of America make
an intensive effort to foster the
Cincinnati (WN'S>The Cen-1 establishment of local synagogue
tral Conference of American Rab- councils, and recommended that
bis adopted a report stressing ;: nization "endorse the pro-
the need for Jewish unity and ject, to conduct as soi n as
outlining a course oJ action for i Nat Iment
Jows at its 52nd annual conven- c I'm- an additional 25.-
tion here which ers for Reform Congre.
by more than 2^0 rabbis from all gations, xp< nse I
parts of the United States and ndividual communil
' ;a:l- A report by \:.< Committee on
Stating that 'our first and:.:,.. tn< Family and the
most important problem is to d
s in our | st shai ith other agencies
P ""in i- task of to a mini-|
which was presented by 1 C m- mum the effects of
n Contemporary History, war uj ily life" and sug-
I tli formation i ; a joint
to our fellow Ji -.,.- abroa (j ,,,- repre-
adding that "this help ear. be sentativi groups "to work in be-
ht to our fellow Jews only ;..,:> ,; maintaining the home
the sir-
lowing were elected to the execu-
rcsponding secretary. The fol-
board for a term of two
years: Philip D. Bookstaber, Solo-
mon N. Bazell, Julius Mark. Law-
rence W. Schwartz. Abraham
Shusterman and Sidney S. icct-
escne.
Speakers included: Rabbi Loon.
Fram. Detroit; Dr. Harry J.
Stern, Montreal: Rabbi Lev;
Olan. Worcester, Mas.-: Rabbi
Km,:, no Blachschli
i ry, Ala ; Ral bi So m> n B Free-
Pittsburgh; Dr. Allan Tar-
shish. Pa.
NAZIS PREDICT
NOT
ERVE
There is no tlmi Pre"
s, nt to buy your D' t< nsa Stamps
and D Bonds to hi
country win the war. This is
your America fight for it by buy-
ing these necessary I i
the fighting | \ our
Army and Navy and thusKEbi
KM FLYING.
Buv D. 6 Bonds Today.
Stockholm (WNS)The Nazi
i gloated this week that the
Jews have no longer any reason
I,, celebrate Purim since Hitler
more than replaced Hainan.
The broadcaster slated that the
Nazi Fui hn r has turned Punm
from a day o! joy to a day of
throughout Nazi
occui urope. _
The Nazi announcer predicted
tiiat world J. wry m the future
no longer celebrate Punm since
the victory ol the Nazis over the
is compli te."
NZO URGES JEWISH PEOPir
BE ACCEPTED_AS EQUALS
New York (WNS)-The New
Zionist Organization of Ameri
ca urged that "the Jewish p^
be accepted as an equal memb(,r
in the community of the United
Nations" in a resolution adopted
at its recent annual convention,
it was announced here.
On the formation of a Jewish
Army, the NZO resolved that
America's entry into the war
and the establishment of the
United Nations "has made the
conduct of the war in the Near
East, and particularly in paies.
tine, a matter which is no longer
the exclusive concern of Great
Britain.
The convention reelected Col
Morris J. Mendelsohn president
and elected Dr. I. Goldstein ex-
ecutive director.
if we are truly united and
ligently or d."
The Committee urged thi
'ii of a "democratic, i
tative American Jewish Con-
s'1 to be based on l<
munity councils with the ri( I I
ik for all American J-. .
"It is not ton early to call it
now." the report continued. "Once
we have assembled and hav
mulated our demands, wo shall
then have the right and the duty
to ask the United Nations ent
in this great conflict to stale their
war aims specifically with re-
spect to tlie Jews."
A resolution urging the forma-
tion of a Jewish Army "which
Fort Pierce, Florida
men located in th
The Committee on Synagogue
C mmunity recommended
nt ot Institutes of
sters in various
community
information for servicemen, an
Academic Conference of selected
intellectuals at i i
the leading universities in the
Bast,
Dr. Janus G. Heller was i, -
elected president. Other officers
elected wore: Dr. Solomon B.
Freehof, vice-president; Dr Louis
Binstock, treasurer: Dr. Isaac E.
Marcuson. recording secretary,
and Dr. Sidney L. Regner, cor-
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Arcade Building
Phone 9121
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
Sanford, Florida
WALSH TIRE SHOP
Second and Park
Sanford. Fla.
NE
BOTTLING CO.
SANFORD. FLA.
STINE MACHINE &
SUPPLY CO.
Packing House & Mill Supplies
General Machine and Boiler
Work Welding
207 W. 2nd Phone 62
Sanford. Fla.
AUTO PARTS &
SERVICE CO.
Formerly Russo Bros.
Auto EquipmentUnited Auto
Service
515 N. Fourth St. Phone 280
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
INC.
S. Dixie Highway
Phone 190
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
SERVICE PRINTING
COMPANY
Phone 581
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
G. U. STUART
Paint. Glass. Varnish. Enamels
117 Park Ave. Phone 303
Sanford. Fla.
IIMMIE COWAN
ROOFING & SHEET METAL
WORKS
Radiator Repairing
217 Oak Ave. Phone 616
Sanford. Fla.
KILGQRE SEED CO.
300 West 1st Street
SANFORD. FLORIDA
Phone 248
BEACON DAIRIES. INC.
Pasteurized Milk Ice Cream
"Let Us Deliver Your Milk Before Breakfast
222 Magnolia Avenue Call Phone 153
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SANFORD. FLORIDA
BILL HART MACHINE
SHOP
314 S. 5th St. Phone 585
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
CENTREL'S GARAGE
Avenue C Phone 9160
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
HARRIS HAYNES
INSURANCE CO.
206 Orange Avenue
Phone 640
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
SUNRISE
THEATRE
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
CHARLIE'S
SEAFOODS
Fresh Daily
Causeway Drive Phone 135
Ft. Pierce, Fla.
IO NES
TAXI SERVICE
Orange Ave. and 3rd St.
Phone 215
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
AMERICAN OIL CO.
403 Boston Avenue
Phone 109
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
SANFORD CAB CO
SANFORD. FLORIDA
BLUE DOLL
BEAUTY SHOP
All Branches of Beauty Culture
Antoinette O'Brien. Prop.
202 S. 2nd St. Phone 343
Opposite Sunrise Theatre
Ft. Pierce. FU.
BLUE FRONT
LIQUOR STORE
901 Avenue D
Ft. Pierce. FU.
E. H. HALE ROOFING
& SHEET METAL CO.
Roofing of All Kinds
134 Orange Avenue
Phone 192
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
IDLE HOUR BAR
211 Orange Avenue
Phone 40
STRICKLAND'S
PHARMACY
139 N. Second Street
Phone 19
Ft Pierce. Fla.
BUSH SUNDRIES
Avenue D Phone 91
Ft. Pierce. Fla.
FORT PIERCE DAIRIES
E. C. MILLIGAN. Sales Mgr.
211 North Second Street Phone 180
FT. PIERCE. FLORIDA
ST. LUCIE ICE COMPANY
218 Avenue B phon# 475
FT. PIERCE. FLORIDA