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The Jewish Floridian ( March 20, 1942 )

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wJewisti Floridian w £5555 Ylhte JewtsKi HJmBlty *9 VOULME 15—No. 12 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1942 LEADERS OF CHEST DOUBLE ATTEMPT TO ATTAIN GOAL Leaders and team workers alike in the $297,500 campaign of the Dade County Community Chest arc making redoubled efforts between now and Friday, March 27 to obtain enough gifts and contributions to allow the chest to carry on the social welfare programs of its 22 agencies for the next year. faced with the prospect of falling far behind minimum ne< ds, these volunteer campaigners are giving even more generously of their time and efforts so thai the worthy needy of the community shall not suffer from neglect. The need, they are pointing out to prospective donors, is greater than ever this year because of increased unemployment in this section, which is placing an ever-increasing burden on the chest agencies. Just how successful these efforts to raise the needed chest funds have been will be revealed at three luncheon meetings next week. These will be held at the Columbus hotel at noon on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, with tin campaigners the guests of business houses, who have made this contribution in addition to their already large gifts to the chest itself. The chest campaign is conducted from a list of prospective givers. If. by chance, a chest representative should fail to ask you for your donation to the essential welfare work of the community, you are requested to mail your check, as generous as you can make it. to the Community Chest, 1145 Ingraham Building, Miami, or to call there in person with your gift. All chest workers carry abundant credentials that serve to identify them as bona fide solicitors. PRICE 10 CENTS JEWISH WELFARE BOARD TO CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY The National Jewish Welfare Board will celebrate its twentyfifth anniversary at a three-day conference beginning Saturday evening, April 18th, at the Hotel Commodore in New York, it was announced yesterday by Frank L. Weil, president. Morning, afternoon and evening sessions, including a luncheon and a dinner will be held Sunday and the conference will end Monday with a series of reports on the JWB's Army and Navy activities in connection with the USO. OF NATIONAL CHAIRMAN U.P.A. IN LONDON CONFERENCE London (WNS>—Dr. Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland, national chairman of the United Palestine Appeal and leading American Zionist, conferred this week with British Colonial Secretary Lord Cranborne and with Soviet Ambassador Ivan Maisky. Since his arrival here. Dr. Silver has been engaged in conferences with Government officials and British Zinoist leaders. The ust American Zionist leader to come here since the beginning oi the war, Dr. Silver was given a warm welcome by the Jewish community of Great Britain. WARNING! Information has been received mat solicitors are now canvas*'"K Miami and Miami Beach merchants and hotel owners colf-,1 i 1K ,one y by representing .i M iy that they are connected n. the Anti-Defamation Leasue in combatting Nazi and Antiaunitic propaganda. The A.D.L. nas no solicitors collecting funds periotT S i" affiliation with an y ri, !" e i!]P h ? nta and hotel owners snou d check with recognized lo^1 Jewish agencies at all times s',,.,'! V c ;. onlr 'buting to any causes. L ILL! NEXT WEDNESDAY Members of A. Z. A., Junior B'nai B'rith and the Y. M. H. A., as well as other Jewish groups, will join with young people of all denominations in the annual Youth and Democracy rally to be held next Wednesday. March 25th. at 8 p. m. in the Miami Senior High School. The screening of "The World We Want to Live in," will be a major feature of the program, which will also include three youths and three religious leaders, representing each of the three religions, presenting short talks. Produced recently by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. "The World We Want to Live in," includes numerous scenes smuggled out of Nazi Germany as compared to the American way of life. George S, Smathers, assistant district attorney, will preside. Sponsoring groups of the rally and dance include the Y. M. C. A., Hi-Y, Y. W. C. A.. Girl Reserves. Cosmo Club. Newman club, Christian Youth Council, S. E. Christian Union. Methodist Youth Fellowship, Boy Scouts. Christian Endeavor League and Appreciate America in addition to the A. Z. A. and Y. M. H. A. Similar rallies were held in 1940 at the Miami Senior High School and in 1941 at the Mahi Shrine Temple. Through the rally, association among young people of all sects and faiths is promoted so that brotherhood, unity and democracy among youth may be increased. All local youth groups and young people not affiliated with clubs are invited to participate. TEW LEADER NAMED LECTURER FOR COMING YEAR Mr. Arthur Reinhart, head of the Jewish Chatauqua Society, under the auspices of the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, has announced the selection of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of Miami as one of its lecturers for the current year. The Jewish Chatauqua Society sends lecturers to address university faculties and student bodies throughout the country. Rabbi Zwitman is to speak at several southern universities. He is to speak at the University of COMMITTEE 33 SERVICE TAKES MEN'S OVER CLUBS The Army and Navy Committee of the National Jewish Welfare Board has assumed occupany of thirty-three additional servicemen's clubs and operations in line with the USO's expanding recreation and morale program for soldiers and sailors, it was announced today. In eight newly-organized USO clubs, including one in downtown Honolulu, the JWB will be in complete charge of operations, while in twenty-five other projects it will share space with one or more USO service agenices. FEDERATION WILL HOLD SPECIAL p b WELFARE LEADERS TD HOLD MEETING 28 AND n RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN ASSAIL PALESTINE POLICY OF BRITAIN DURING DEBATE Some instances even have been frnj % %  ••"'">. %  •> even nave Deen mi", whe re Jewish merchants ""Knowingly have contributed to organizations labeled with patrioitv ^ Und,n nj mes that in realmr C I% !" M a ed in ANTISEMlr c ACTIVITIES. i^SJ^lthe offices of The JewDof, or ldlan 2-1141 or the Anti2u2 10n league 3-6306, for Sm „iT and authentic informal 'on when approached. London (WNS) — Great Britain's Palestine policy was bitterly denounced as "anti-Semitic" and designed to appease the Arabs at the expense of the Jews by Lord Davies and Lord Wedgwood in the House of Lords this week. An acrimonious debate, which found Lord Davies and Lord Wedgwood condemning the Palestine administration and Lord Cranborne.British Colonial Sec rotary, defending it. followed the demand by Lord Davies for an official explanation of the events which resulted in the explosion and sinking of the freighter Struma with the loss of 750 Rumanian Jewish refugees. The Struma was returning the refugees to Rumania after the Jews had been denied permission to enter Palestine. Lord Davies described as "stupid, callous and inhuman" Britain's refusal to allow the 750 refugees to enter Palestine and added: "The only reason for the refusal was to curry favor with the Arab recalcitrants." Florida in Gainesville Tuesday. March 24th before the class on "World Religions" conducted by Professor J. E. Johnson and before a combined meeting of faculty and student body on Tuesday evening. Dr. Johnson of the Y. M. C. A. at Florida and Rabbi Louis Youngerman of the University of Florida Hillel Foundation are in charge of arrangements for the public lecture. IEWISH AGENCY WILL TALK TO ARABS ABOUT REFUGEES Jerusalem (WNS)—The Jewish Agency for Palestine will seek to negotiate directly with Arab leaders in the hope of reaching an agreement satisfactory to both sides, Moshe Shertok, chief of the Agency's political department, disclosed at a meeting here of the Jewish Constituent Assembly (Assefath Hanivcharim.) Meeting for the first time in nine years the Assembly reviewed wartime problems confronting the Palestine community and called upon the democratic nations of the world to offer sanctuary to the thousands of homeless Jewish refugees fleeing Nazism. Mr. Shertok provoked considerable interest when he told the Assembly that "we believe in an agreement between a strong Jewish community which is to be created in Palestine and the Arab people who have always been living in the Middle East." One of the dramatic highlights of the Assembly came when representatives of the persecuted Jewish communities in Poland, Germany, Greece, Czechoslovakia, Rumania and Holland reported the suffering of the Jewish people in the Nazi-occupied countries. Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the board of directors, has issued %  call for a special meetingof the board of directors of the Grcater Miami Jewish Federation Montoy evening. March 23rd at 8:15 o'clock. The meeting will be held in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. The special meeting is called to present to the representatives of Miami Jewry a complete report of the results of the Federation campaign. Max Orovitz. chairman of the budget committee, will present the report of the budget committee, which is recommending final allocations to the agencies participating in the 1942 campaign. Faced with a large reduction-in anticipated funds for 1942. the Committee has held a number of meetings since the close of the Campaign. Mr. Orovitz. reports that each of the forty-six agencies listed as participating in the Campaign was re-analyzed by the twelve members of the Committee. Special attention was given to those agencies affected by the war. "These Budget Meetings often lasted late into the night and all day Sunday." according to Mr. Orovitz, "and even though we will raise this year as much as we raised in 1941, we are 540.000 short of our goal. This means hardships on the part of all agencies in the face of increasedwar needs. Our budgets were originally set up before the war. We must now urge every economy to stay within funds available and yet supply the agencies with sufficient funds to do the work expected of them by the contributors of Miami. "The task of analyzing and budgeting is a difficult one and takes a good background and knowledge of welfare work. Members of the Budget Committee represent all factions in our Jewish community and are elected at the annual meeting of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Miami has one of the best Jewish budgeting procedures in the country." Members of the 1942 Budget Committee are: Max Orovitz, chairman, George Chertkof, Dr. Frank Coret, Irving Frankel, Joseph Lipton, I. Shapoff, Joseph Stein. Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Max Dobrin, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Stockholm (WNS) — Risking possible imprisonment and death, Jews starving in ghettos in the Baltic countries, are selling their last possessions to non-Jews in a desperate attempt to get food. The Deutsche Zeitung in Ostland said the arrest of two Latvians in Riga on charges of violating regulations forbidding inRepresentatives and leaders of Federations and Welfare Funds of all Southeastern states, including Florida, are holding a special conference in Chattanooga. Tenn. on March 28th and 29th, according to information received from the Southern Regional office in Montgomery. Alabama. Baron de Hirsch Meyer, president of the Conference, will welcome the delegates and preside at the opening of the Conference. William J. Shroder of Cincinnati, Chairman of the Board of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds will deliver the opening address. Mr. George W. Rabinoff, director of the national Federations, will present a full report on recent developments in Federations and Welfare Fund programs under war-time conditions. Delegates from Miami include: Benjamin E. Bronston, president of Federation: Stanley C. Myers, chairman of the Board of Directors: Maurice J. Kopelowitz, chairman of the 1941 Federation Campaign and Morris Klass. Executive Director. The Conference will be preceded on Saturday afternoon by an "Oneg Shabbatt" on Hebrew education. Saturday evening the formal sessions will open with a full report on "The Effects of the War on Jewish Communal Organization." The programs listed for presentation on Sunday include: "Army and Navy Services in the Southeast." "Fund Raising in 1942." "Round Table on Welfare Fund Budgeting." "Round Table on Community Organization." The Conference will close Sunday evening with a business session at which the new officers for the coming year will be selected and a dinner devoted to the work of the major overseas and national agencies appealing to Jewish communities for support. NEW YORK TIMES DECLARES SINKING WAS AVOIDABLE tercourse with Jews. They were seen buying watches from Jews.' should" have" been" endangered.'' New York (WNS)—While the 7 69 Rumanian Jewish refugees aboard the freighter Struma who pleaded for permission to enter Palestine may have represented a difficult problem to the British authorities, "not one of those lives should have been endangered." the New York Times declared in an editorial this week. "News of the sinking of the Jewish refugee ship Struma in the Black Sea has stirred up indignation in this country as the facts have become known." The Times said. "The Struma was the last of many vessels on which refugees from Central Europe have attempted to reach Palestine—or at least to get free of their cruel oppressors. It was fifty feet long and it was carrying 769 exiles. It was totally unseaworthy. For weeks it lay at Istanbul. The Turks refused landing permits. The British would not give permission for a landing in Palestine." Briefly reviewing the political circumstances surrounding the tragedy, the editorial added: "The Struma was a problem. There is some evidence that in earlier incidents, at least, the Nazis have taken a diabolical pleasure in presenting the British with such problems. "It may be difficult to say precisely what the answer should have been. It is not difficult to say what it should not have been. No matter what policies fell by the wayside, not one of those lives i /.'. i i • i j n J



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PAGE TWO *l*lstncr**M FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1942 Social Personals • • Clubs • • Organizations MARRIAGES Ki nneth J. Petutchnik of the U. S Navy and Miss Helen Nstat were" married last week in the home of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff The groom's mother and members of the crew were present. • • • Sam Rothschild of Chicago. announces the engagement of his niece. Perle Bleadon of Cnicago to Arthur Rifa city. The is prominent among tne youngi r sel in Chicago and the a graduate of the Lnirsity of Chicago holding the I B. A. and Doctor of ;••: is ass i iti d with the ttract Comaf a mom: • r : thi Lodge B'nai B'rith and the M rthodox C nRabbi A m A. er will perfoi r. Sui aften n Tides Hoi Mr R • Mrs M \ r m • C % %  -: gal :.:i an rki 1 UNVEILING The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Mrs. Charles Kronberg will take place Sunday. March 22nd at 2 p. m at Woodlawn Cemetery„ Rab bl Shapiro will officiate, is are asked to be pr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin announce the bar mitzvah of their lich will take place :i-.g at 11 a. m. at Temole Israel A reception will ; .: .'. the -• rvices DEATHS Id toS Ga. for Mrs rg 1 the] I N n • • • Stanley C. Myei • ral services for his Blum of Rockaway Park. Long Island. New York, who passed away Tuesday. Bu is and Stamps and h took place Mrs Sara Harris 01 1204 Drivi Miami Beach, ennal dinner in th C ra I Room I, on Sat;.: : h "tl n ccasion •ding at.: : Mi in 1 Mrs. David Rome : i\ X. J. and the birth: M rris Rome. N .. v rk City. GuestinMr. and Mrs. Morris ":' Mr. and Mrs Jose| Ken G icester. M Mi : Mrs I..:Geller also : i,. Mr. and Mrs. Irviry; Mr. and Mrs H M. G 1I1 Ri vi r<. Mr. and Mrs. W • Mass: Mrs. I Kas iv, Hartford. I. G Istein, Carl Ludwig. | Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schoenj baum, Miami Beach and Mrs. Ray Lande. Montreal, Canada. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom—Buy some at your earliest opportunity. Make Reservations Now For PASSOVER HOLIDAYS at ihe NASH HOTEL 1120 COLLINS AVENUE %  ; MIAMI BEACH • Where a Homelike Atmosphere Prevails Services Conducted in the Traditional Manner • MODERATELY PRICED • PHONE 5-4641 ORGANIZATIONS Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman1 will speak on the Jewish Radio Hour Sundav afternoon at 4.30 p. m. over Nation WIOD. His top. be "A True Test o: our Beliefs. Sidney H. Palmer who has past patron or Emunah chapter. Order of the rn Star, was elected last Thursday to serve again patron. The Daughters wil1 nt a concert at the far* tral H • • Sui lay, 8 p. m. eds of which %  • % %  : uilding of their Wi 'Club at M "'• 2 nd 51 Cantor Herman Marl • in of Beth David Cor.: ra singer wil : thi H"tel Evans. He will I assisted by wife, Stella Marbiny and Louis Green. • • • The Evans Hotel forum on the World War will have as its guest : Tui sday, March 24th at 8:30 p. m., Brad A::.-'..y. WIOD ntator. The public is invited to these discussions. no admission charge. • • • The 3rd Annual Donor Dinner : Women's Organi: of Greater Miami will take Sunday. March 22nd at 7:30 p, m. at the Victor Hotel. Miami Program for the evening will include invocation by Mrs. Mi scheloff. welcoming adin -.and introduction of the lan, Mrs. Max Shapiro, by Mrs. M. Shubow. Ruth Brotman. coloratura soprano, will render tl selections accompanied by Anvuta Melicov. Guest speaker will be Eva Chekoway of the national office of the organization. An address by Dr. Rabelsky will follow. Committee in charge of arrangements is Mrs. H. Seitlin, Mrs. M. Beck. Mrs. L. Mintzi s. Mrs. D. Weiner. Mrs. L. Cohen and Mrs. I. Shapoff. For last minute reservations call 3-7964, 3-0317 or the Victor Hotel. ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONS FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0 8 28 Dr. Lydia Allen DeVdbiss will .peak on •Permanent Peacejt he Forum of the National JCoun-1 cil of Jewish Women. Friday, 2 B m at the Miami Beach Elks ClJb. Gloria Pezz.lle. 11-yearold coloratura soprano. accom,; b y Mrs. Sarah folweU. will render severe songsMrs. v Marcus will conduct the rest program. Mrs. David P. Catsman is chairman. • • AuxUiary, S hoi em B'nai B'rith under the. hip : Mrs. E. Albert Pallot is sponsoring a social! irdinary" to be held at the Quart" r Sunday evening. Ith, Mrs. Shirley Taplin I as co-chairman and as.: will be Mrs. Isaac Levin,. Mrs Barney Goodman. Mrs. Ro: ;• \v and Mrs. Sam Silj ; : rvations may be made. by calling Mrs. Pallot or the B'rith office. • • • Benjamin Rubenstein of NewYork and attorney for the C. I. O. Unions, will address the Spinoza -. this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. at 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive. Miami Beach. His topic will be "Labor Laws and the War." Monday morning at 10:45 a. m.. Edward Clarke of the Uni\ of Miami will speak. Tuesday evening at 8:15 Mrs. Abraham Kellner will review John Gunther's book •'Inside Latin America." • • • The Greater Miami Chapter of the National Home for Jewish Children at Denver will sponsor a card party on Tuesday afternoon. March 24th at 1 p. m.. at the Elks' Lodge. 720 West Avenue. Miami Beach. Cards, bingo and man jongg will be featured for the afternoon. Refreshments will be served. In charge of arrangements are: chairman. Mrs. Hy Friedman: co-chairman, Mrs. Johnny Feller. Mrs. Jack Steinberg. Mrs. Ben Dubin. Mrs. Perry Bittel. Mrs. Jack Feuer, Mrs. Jerry Alexander. Mrs. Lee Goodus. Mrs. Charles Gringler. Mrs. Sam Silberman. Mrs. Al Burke and Mrs. David Beyer. A grand opera concert in cos. tume was held last Sundav under the auspices of the Beth" David Sisterhood starring Stella Marbiny, coloratura soprano, and A H. Marbiny, tenor. Part of the proceeds were given to the Blood Bank of Dade County. • • • H. Miller of New York will be the guest speaker at a lecture Friday night, March 20th at 8 p m. and also at a lecture and supper to be held Sunday. March 22nd at 6 p. m. sponsored by the Workmen's Circle Branch No 692 of Greater Miami. Tuesday' March 24th at 8:30 p. m. a regu' lar meeting of the branch will take place at which preparations will be made for the 3rd seder to be held Sunday. April 5th. These events will take place at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach. • • • An event of social significance will be the First Annual Victory Donor Luncheon and third birthday party which will be held Monday, March 23rd at 1:45 p. m. at the Grossinger Hotel by the Miami chapter of the Women's Division, American Jewish Congress. Mrs. Rachel Vixman, guest of honor, is the national chairman of the organization and will arrive from New York City Sunday. Also appeanny on the program will be Rabbi C< iman A. Zwitman who will speak on "Seeds of Victory," Mayor Val C. Cleary and his wife and Mrs. Bertram Raff, vocalist, who will render a group of ballads. A victory tableaux will be presented by Charlotte Frank and Phyllis Glasser under the direction of Dorothy Lightman. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will deliver the invocation and Mrs. Moses Krieger, president, will give the welcoming address. Mrs. L. Glasser, membership chairman, will give a brief talk on "Membership in a Nutshell." Mrs. S. H. Lutsky, chairman of the affair will preside. Committee in charge of arrangements is Mrs. S. H. Lutsky and Mrs. L. Glasser. co-chairmen, assisted by Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs. Moses Krieger, Sadie Wiener and 1 Mrs. A. E. Woolfe. A Local Jewish Institution Meeting a Jewish Need GORDON FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th Avenue Phone 3-3431 Orthodox and Reform Rituals Observed A Service to Meet Every Financial Circumstance! WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE DAIRY PRODUCTS STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach GRADE "A" MILK—SWEET BUTTER—SWEET CREAM—SOUR CREAM—COTTAGE CHEESE NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NOTIFY OUR ROUTE MAN OR PHONE US LOR ID DAIRIES COMPANY PHONE 2-2621 2534 N. MIAMI AVE. PLAZA THEATRE S. END OF WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH • • • FRI. THRU MON.-VAR. 20-23 CAROLE LOMBARD JACK BENNY 'TO BE OR NOT TO BE' A NEW ARRIVAL OF FRESH NORTHERN Whitefish~Pike~Carp FOR THE PASSOVER HOLIDAYS East Coast Fisheries 360 West Flagler Street P H O N E S — 3 5 5 1 4—3 5 5 1 5—3 5 5 1 6 COMING! TWO DAYS ONLY TIE. & WED. MAR. 24.25 The Greatest Jewish Comedy Motion Picture Ever Produced IHE MIT OEM FIDDLE" STARRING Molly Picon Internationally Known Comedienne PLAN TO SEE IT NOW! • • • • This picture positively will not be shown in another Greater Miami Theatre m MI oil i A L MIAMI NEW YORK 1236 WASHINGTON AVENUE Serving The Jewish Community Phone 5-7777 Fifty years of experience have equipped our staff to render a genuinely sympathetic and traditional service —always conforming to the needs of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewry. Strict compliance with every Jewish ritual. CHARLESEDWARD and MORTON ROSENTHAL ABE HSENBERG Resident Manager



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FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1942 *Jenisi>ncrIdiajn PAGE THREE KING'S. .2^5 KOMMENTS ~ e The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion oi The Jewish Floridian Their cleaning their gloves To fight for their loves On this coming Monday night For what they think is right Even though some big givers express desire To keep their whole iron in the fire And others regardless of what's said Have made up their minds ahead King hopes they'll dismember The true facts remember When the budget deciding To keep these things riding. ENJOY A REAL "ONEG YOM TOV"—SPEND Passover at Park Central 640 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH Announcing to all that the Park Central Hotel and Dining Room will be open to the public for the entire Passover Holidays with the renowned Cantor JOSEF MALEK Conducting the Sedarim in true Passover spirit and CANTOR JOSEF MALEK traditional manner. under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gartenberg Mr. and Mrs J. Schechter PHONE 5-5855 FOR RESERVATIONS 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 Enjoy a Really Delightful Passover Holiday at— Andron's Alamac Hotel Impressive Seder Services (Dietary Observance) For Reservations Phone 5-2956 Special Meal Rat** for Holidays Collins Avenue at 13th Street FEDERATION BRIEFS Federation Workers Join Armed Forces Many Federation workers have already been called or are volunteering in the armed forces of the United States. Latest to leave is Jerome H. Weinkle, chairman of the Youth division of the 1942 Campaign. His absence is keenly felt since, under his direction, the Youth Division did an outstanding job this year. Marvin Goldman has been acting in Mr. Weinkle's place since his departure and has been carrying on the splendid work started by Mr. Weinkle. Collection Committee to Swing Into High Gear Now that the Federation Campaign is completed, the standing committees are organizing their work. Monte Selig, chairman of the Collections Committee, is calling for the payment of every pledge as quickly as possible. "Your contribution, to be of help to the people we serve, must be paid on time." Members of the 1942 Collections Committee will soon be announced by the chairman. CITIZENSHIP CLASSES TO BE HELD HERE NEXT WEEK Free Naturalisation Class Locations Ada Merritt Jr. High School, S. W. 7th Avenue and 3rd Street, j Room 110, Monday through Fri-i day, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Highland Park School. Room 18, Mon| day through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Southside School, Monj day, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p. m.; Y. M. H. A., S. W. 16th Avenue and 5th Street, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p. m.; Central Beach Elementary School, 14th Street and Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 4 to 9 p. m., Tuesday and Thursday, 4 to 8 p. m.; Gesu Church, N. E. 1st Avenue and 2nd Street, (auditorium,) Monday through Friday, 1 to 5 p. m. Aliens desiring to enroll in citizenship classes can apply at any of the above locations most convenient to their home or business address—or telephone Adult Education Project 3-3260 for further information. MAX'S DELICATESSEN & RESTAURANT 1131 W. Flagler St. TELEPHONE 2-9392 We Carry a Full Line Of MATZOHS. WINES And All PASSOVER ACCESSORIES We Advise You to Place Your Orders Early as There is Only Two More Weeks to Passover VEGETABLE SHORTENING IS! NOW AVAILABLE IN MIAMI DAIRY PRODUCTS STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER Under the Supervision of RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach GRADE "A" MILK COTTAGE CHEESE SWEET CREAM SWEET BUTTER SOUR CREAM BUTTERMILK WHITE BELT DAIRY PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW N. W. 32nd AVENUE PHONE 7-2411 Chicket, an all vegetable shortening with a chicken-like flavor, has been made available locally in all of the grocery and delicatessen markets in the Greater Miami area. A parve product, Chicket is Kosher for Passover under the supervision of Rabbi Herschel Koenigsberg of Brooklyn, N. Y. Smelling, tasting and looking like chicken fat, the new substance of buttercup yellow is a combination of peanuts and coconut and soy bean oils together i with other ingredients. With a versatility claimed unequalled by its manufacturers, its use range is unlimited including chicken soup, the taste of which can not be distinguished by the use of Chicket instead of original chicken fat. The product is distributed locally by National Brands, Inc. and is manufactured by Agash of New York. Do your part for the armed might of your country, buy Defense Bonds and Stamps. Poui Available Locally "The all vegetable shortening with the chicken like flavor" CHIKET SMELLS LIKE TASTES LIKE LOOKS LIKE RICH CHICKEN FAT Parve-Kosher For Passover ncs6 TOO If your grocer cannot supply you call National Brands, Inc. PHONE 2-7401 CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER who will chant services at the Miami Beach Jewish Center Friday evening and Saturday. KEEP EM FLYING—By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. NEW MODER ty RANGES DO MORE COOKING WITH LJJJ FU^ PEOPLESs^^^COMPANV Hollywood Fl. Liudngili Miami Buch Try AGASH French Dressing Contains Pure Olive Oil These products carry a money back guarantee if not satisfactory. Passover at the Hotel Evans is a Tradition REV. HERMAN MARBEIN Cantor of Beth David Synagogue ASSISTED BY LOUIS GREEN will conduct the BEAUTIFUL SEDER SERVICES • First Sedar Wednesday Night April 1. 6:30 P. M. • Second Sedar Thursday Night April 2. 6.30 P. M. Reserve Now for the Entire Holiday and Food Service HOTEL EVANcT Telephone 5-4611 Collins Avenue at 10th Street I ;] I J



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PAGE FOUR je*istfkrM&£L FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1942 0* Jemsti florid 13 n TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREtfMdty Qon(lcU*Uiai .By PHINEAS I. BIROHPLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at the Post Office of Mian-.:. Flonaa, ur.der the Ac t of March 3. 1S79 ^THE STRUMA" A creat deal has been said about the "St^mS" tragedy. From every corner of *e countryhas come indignation and sorro* £* %  the live, of so many refugees, or e%en one. wire so carelessly and inhumanly endangered and lost. No loss can have been so grec. as Sie reecless death of those refugees who. by £L very position aboard that boat were as Such JoLades-m-arms in the fight for freedom as the soldiers on every front line in the world. Thek death, therefore, is as much a victory for the Nazi side as is a retreat on our military front No amount of indignation or sorrow, however will bring the dead back. Bu there must be mis. There must be our certamtv that ••-* Strums % %  -ill not happen again. We must %  .-,.,.--; has to be done to avoid recurrence is coing to be done. We owe the dead ~ debt of honor. We must at the very !ecs : wipe out the ir.d:rr.::y me futility.the causelessness of their death. rVe can not let _..-•_ jetjecfrodemocratic .-eels happen again in our camp. Remember the Struma. SWIMORSTNK -the days when Hitler a:a more talking .•_-" .----."he was forever repeating the aght that if the Germans had a.1 of the Ukraine they would swim in plenty. Perhaps this will come true ct least per. ways, for the Russian snows cue melting and now we hear from the Nans that their spring offensive in Russia will have to be delayed or at least not waged full force because the thawing of the snows turns the Russian roads into rivers of mud. Hitier may swim in plenty—of mud—and sink. However, we must not allow wishful thinking to rule us. The situation is far from good. Fred K. Shochet. Unging_Editor_ SUBSCRIPTION^ $ ^ One Year. S2 :0 ^S^F^RIDA FRIDAY MARCHJO^ rcrt:cr. :: Russia • .• n.m \-— r --too is expecting .teei uw r • ,r "C--'* within me next weeks. Sr^SSidT wTremember bdlymore --; %  ;;". ..,-.--•.: when h::.e: stccc -•-• Z .""-V-"^ Palestine and lews ex*-" e '' e --'_ r::~::".il the N @ &\ of \?* tKlcA is on ORTHOl*-" tbe -.!-• TOMATO HEW! KETCHUP 19 HRS., 40 MINS. to Washington on the ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL Orerl boon fatter than l.i-i leaion. Diesel-powered, \ir-i onoitionea. All-Pullm.m. 1 lull car. lounge car. • 11 T 11 nj rjr-. NEW THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERVICE TO BOSTON AND NEW ENGLAND Iv. Miami 3 30 P M. SILVER METEOR Amtrica't Mott Famout Slrtamlintr Die-el-|>overe,l. Air*condilioned. I)eU:\e ro.irh.'-. -leeping cars to ?Si.\* ^ ork and the r..i-t. Coach leHi mu-t he reserved in advance.Three feature car". Iv. Miami 9:35 A.M. New trains. "SUN QUEEN," and "PAL MLAND" now in service. Contult Tickl Agnt or T. W. Uafan, A G.P.A, 173 E. Flagl.r St Miami. Itlj 3-8391 GO MODERN! GO SEABOARD! Our rship campaign, acI test r irts, is not inj great number of due tn the apathy membership. announced by Brother Harold Turk. the memit is the purthe Lodge to largest in the Lodge. There is only way this goal can be accomby each memting in one new memAlso at our April installation. both 1 ind Fort Lauderdale L have been invited and 8 xpected. You can pay personal tribute to Brothi %  : %  S 1 Gol Lstrom by bringing in one new member. Remember, the April initiation class will be named in his honor, in ration of his fiftv yean as an active Ben B'rith. Brother Harold Turk, chairman of the membership committee, announces the following commitappointments: licity: Fred Shochet, Paul W( itsman, Al Green. Chairman of the captain's committee: Milton Friedman. Chairman of the committee of past presidents of Sholem Lodge: Ike Levin. Past chairman membership committee: Leo Eisenstein. Rudy Adler. Sol Goldstrom. Brother Turk also announces that there will be other committee appointments which will be announced later. Also each week a list of the captains and members who procure new members will be publicized. Do your part and get at least one new member. ,. At the last meeting a resolution was passed by the resolution i committee expressing the Lodges appreciation to Fred Shochet tor his continued cooperation m publicizing of news and activities concerning the Lodge. Brother Milton Friedman, A Z. A., advised that a Youth ana Democracy Rally will be held March 25th at 7:15 in the Miam High School auditorium, ino rally is sponsored by practically all the local Youth Clubs in W Miami area, including the A. ft A.. Y. M. C. A.. Y. M. H. A. Hi-Y and other local organizations. We know you will enjos & evening in which the youth our country will have an oppwtunity to express their feeling about democracy. nin The sale of tickets for the V ner Dance at the Latin Quarts March 29 is Prg£ e h Sy A luncheon was held Thuiw^ sponsored by the ticket comnw tee, on Miami Beach, and sale of a great number of t£ was reported. This "£,* sponsored by .the Bnai Igj Women's Auxiliary and promi to be the highlight of the soc season. „„„rt any For tickets Ptew^ffiiiatT of the members of t he p A J^ S ir or Brothers Al Pallet rSa ro^ ver. We understand thai d of each ticket is going %  work. „„hpr and Get your crowd together 11 \L AI Pal ot for rese' call Mrs. Al Pallot for tions. Have you bought yo" 1 fense Bonds yet? Pf



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PPH5AY, MARCH 20, 1942 *-*istrh)rk*in PAGE FIVE MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenua Miami Beach DRSAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferaon Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. Sabbath Services This Friday night at 8 o'clock Rabbi Leon Spitz will preach on the subject. "Do we have any Prophets Today?". Cantor Samuel Kelemer will officiate with the assistance of The Jewish Center Choir. On Saturday morning Dr. Samuel Bension will preach on the Scriptural Lesson and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate. The children's choir service is at 10:30 and kiddush will be served to the children in ;:ie Succah at noon. Dr. Bension will teach the Adult Prophetic Text class at five o'clock and the oneg Shabbos repast will be spread at six o'clock. Samuel Kelemer comes to the center by the courtesy of the Grossinger Hotel, he is one of the youngest cantors and composers, has held posts at New York and Los Angeles and has appeared in the Yiddish movies. Sisterhood Garden Party Please patronize the next delightful social event of the season, the Sisterhood Garden Party at the Blackstone Hotel Patio on Thursday night, March 26th. Every lady who gives or earns the amount of six dollars is entitled to attend and to bring a gentleman escort with her to the party. Tin i lit ire proceeds will go to the Sisterhood. The Passover Sedarim The first Seder will be held on Wednesday evening and the second on Thursday evening, April 2nd. The Center will hold Public Seders on both of these nights to which all the Jewish boys in the armed services are invited. For civilian friends reservations are being made now and the charge is five dollars per person for both seders. Dr. Samuel Bension and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate. Passover Fund Passover fund contributions are I coming in generously. The list is heal d with a donation of fifty [dollars by Mrs. Sarah Suisman of W Hartford. The Rabbi urges [additional donations large and smail for Pesach to take care of the needy for Passover hospitalI lty Unveiling and Siyum Hasefer The unveiling of the Memorial I as carried out with sol[emn ritual and impressive exI by Dr. Samuel Bension, I.eon Spitz and Cantor S. Lengyel. Following the [memorial there was held the cele[bration of the Siyum Hasefer do|nate ( | by Mr. and Mrs. William %  Weinberger in memory of their [daughter, Ida. The music for the Horah procession was furnished [by courtesy of Mr. Nat Hankoff and Mr. Jos. M. Rose. Dances for Soldiers Under the auspices of the Cenj Socia League a very jolly sanco was held last Saturday light for the soldiers in U.S.A. service. Dances for this purpose will be given every Saturday night at the Center's patio. bnT "V uniforrr > are admitted free ?nd others are charged a modest Our New Officers inih TucSaa y evening, March „:. a l the annual membership T,?-'? B „ o f The Miami Beach Jewish Center the following new onicrrs were elected to serve aunng the coming term: M. H. iVnj P resi dent; Samuel FriedaWu V1 ? President; Herman M. Ti n 1 Vlce President; Harry Sirinn lre asurer; J. J. Falk, recordnan ?f ret ary; Leo Robinson, financial secretary ooard of directors: Abe SeleTEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. B. 19th Street Office Phone 2-774S RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. Itabbl Emeritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 l.ii ;..: % %  •.• Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Temple every morning. You may consult with him on matter* 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. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor Phone 4-0106 2263 S. W. 21et Terrace Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 20th, 8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will speak on the subject, "The Far East and its Nearness to Our Interests." Musical services will be rendered by the Temple Israel Choir. Reception for worshipers will be given by the Sisterhood after the services. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, March 21st, 11 a. m., Congregational participation, Torah reading and interpretation of weekly portion. Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Arkin announce the Bar Mitzvah celebration of their son, Jules, to be held at the Temple services this Saturday morning at 11 a. m. A reception in honor of the Bar Mitzvah, will be tendered after the services. Men's Club Harold B. Spaet, president, and Isaac Joffe, program chairman of the Temple Israel Men's Club, announce a Father and Son dinner will be sponsored by the Men's Club on Thursday, March 26th, in Kaplan Hall. The Men's Club will also be in charge of the Temple services on Friday evening, March 27th. At this service, designated as Men's Club Sabbath, the address will be given by Isaac Joffe on the subject, "Judaism Plus or Minus." The services will be conducted by members of the Men's Club. Temple Seder As a service of accommodation to our Temple members, the annual Passover Seder will be held on Wednesday evening, April 1st, in Kaplan Hall, under Sisterhood sponsorship. Due to the limited number of reservations which can be accepted for this catered dinner, our Temple members are advised to avail themselves of the privilege which their membership grants them, by filling out the reservation blank in the Bulletin. Reservations are open only to Temple members and their families. If. after March 27th, some seats at the Temple Seder will still be available, then tourists and guests will be admitted. We therefore urge our members to make their reservations before March 27th, accompanying these with their check. Service men in the nearby camps have been invited to the Seder as guests of the Sisterhood. Religious School Notes A School Board and Teachers Meeting will take place Wednesday evening, March 25th at 8:00 o'clock at the home of Mrs. I. M. Weinstein, 133 N. E. 91st Street. The Religious School will hold a Model Seder on Sunday morning, March 29th, at which time the children will participate in the Passover ritual and be instructed in procedure of the Seder. Felicia Orovitz, Lawrence Fall and Carol Adler conducted the Sunday morning assembly service as part of the celebration of their birthdays during the past week. At next Sunday morning s assembly the birthdaysof Phyllis Rosenthal and Jules Arkin will van. Samuel R. Sherman Joseph M. Rose, N. H. Hankoff. M Berk, Hyman Berman David Miller, Raymond Rubin, Leon L. Stoller, M Lippman. The following directors have been carried over from the past year and continue to serve. Dr. J B Coleman, Baruch Holman, Kolman Luria, Henry Spero, Alex Sussman. Daily Mornings at 7 and 8:30 Evenings at 7 :15 and 7:45 Saturday Morning services at 7 and 9; Junior Congregation at 9 A. M. in our Community Building; Afternoon at 7:00; Shalosh S'oodoss at 7:30 P. M.. Rabbi Mescheloff speaking on "The Portion of the Week;" evening service at 8:00 o'clock. Bar Mitzva Ralph Levin and Avron Rifkin will celebrate their becoming of age during the Sabbath morning services. The rabbi will address the boys after their bar mitzva speeches. Cantor Mamches will chant the services. Habanoth The Victory Chapter of the Habanoth are planning a third Seder celebration to be held April 4th. Sunday evening. They are working on an appropriate program. They are also planning a membership picnic for the middle of next month. They meet next Tuesday at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Decky, co-sponsor with Mrs. Mescheloff. Young Judeans The Young Judea Chapter has welcomed its new sponsor, Mrs. Anna Slotsky, and is enjoying some very interesting meetings each Thursday at 7:30 at the synagogue. Scouts The Scouts are stressing defense work in %  their activities. They meet Wednesdays at 7 P.M. Passover Questions Rabbi Mescheloff can be reached at the synagogue or at his home at all times to answer any Passover questions. He is happy to render this important service. Mizrachi Celebration Our Mizrachi organization of Miami Beach celebrated its third anniversary at our Community Building last Saturday night with a package party. A large attendance turned out for the occasion. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 115 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 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. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 590 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1545 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8 :30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p. m. Maariv 6:00 p. m. Saturday .9:00 a. m. be celebrated. A beautiful new Sunday School room, decorated and enclosed, has been added by partitioning the northeast corner of Kaplan Hall. This project was under the supervision of Herman Wall, to whom cordial thanks are hereby extended by the Temple board and school board. 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: Yahrzeits: Jacob Herman, father of Mrs. Henry A. Kauffmann; Eva Hirsohn, mother of Mrs. Theodore Firestone; Harris Ruskin, father of Dan B. Ruskin; Henry Bronner, father of Marvin Bronner; Mary Turk, sister of Jack Bernstein; Herbert Meyer, brother of Sidney Meyer: Hyman Weitz, father of Max Weitz. The floral offering of last Friday was presented by Mrs. Samuel C. Brophy in in memory of her mother. FT. LAUDERDALE PIONEER SHEET METAL WORKS Geo. Sturges 8c Son 510 S. E. 6th Avenue Phone 263-W FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA. Buy Defense Bonds Today. Late Friday Evening Services At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the services and Cantor Henry Marbein will chant. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject," "Patria, Struma—Enough of Quislings and Appeasers." An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Max Halpern in honor of their wedding anniversary. Junior Congregation Services Junior services will be conducted Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock. 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, Mr. Harry Simmons, 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 contact the secretary 2-3151. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Memorial Book of Life will be observed this month of Nissan: the anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddish begins the same evening until sunset of the day mentioned: Miriam Rochel, mother of Mrs. Max Halpern, March 19th; Yitzchock. son of Chas. Greenberg, March 23rd; Naphtali Hertz, husband of Anna Greenfeld, March 24 th; Gittle Leah, mother of Louis Mushnick, March 25th; Moshe Mordaci, father of Max Halpern, March 25th; Buna Raza, mother of Jos. Rabin, March 26th; Sora Rivka, in memory of Rebecca Aaronson, March 26th; Shloma Ahron, father of Chas. Levenston. March 27th; Baila, mother of Mrs. J. Engler, March 27th; Zavel Hershel, father of Mrs. Daisy Bremen. March 31st; Sorah, mother of Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam Haas, April 2nd; Clara, mother of W. O. Steinkc, April 2nd; Yaacov, husband of Mrs. Jacob Rubin, April 2nd; Shloma, father of Joe Markowitz, April 4th; Fruma Tema. mother of Jack and Gerson August, April 2nd; Hannah Leah, mother of Mrs. Louis Margulies, April 7th; Nechoma, mother of Louis Weinkle, April 7th; Fruma Brocha, mother of Mose M. Rippa. April 8th; Zacv, father of Edward Friedman, April 8th; Zalman Yoel, father of Joe Weintraub, April 9th; Sorah Rochel, mother of Meyer Schwartz, April 10th; Bashyoh, mother of Lillian Stine, April 10th; Feiga Chaya, mother of Lawrence Sapero, April 11th; Mendel Yosel, brother of Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, April 11th; Chaya, mother of Mrs. Harry Markowitz, April 11th; Mayer Josef, father of Isidor Brown, April 13th; Yisroel Moshe, father of Wm. Perlman. April 15th. Grand Opera Concert A magnificent Grand Opera performance was given last Sunday evening at the Temple Theatre by Stella Marbiny, coloratura soprano and Henry MarbinyMarbein, tenor, under the auspices of Beth David Sisterhood. These artists who appeared throughout Europe and the United States were masterful and applauded most enthusiastically. This concert _will long linger in the minds of" appreciative music lovers. Pro Patria The congregation continues to be in the forefront of all activities on the patriotic front. The imminence of the coming Passover holidays has provided an added impetus and we are pleased to announce that through the efforts of a special committee we have arranged to place eighteen Jewish soldiers serving in this area in the homes of our members for both Sedorims. The committee in charge includes Mrs. George Chertkof, chairman; Mrs. Abraham A. Kellner and Mrs. John C. Temple. Thank You Everyone Our sages teach "In the future when the Sacrificial cult will be abolished the offering of Gratitude will be retained." We think of these lofty sentiments when we express sincere gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to all the loyal and devoted workers whose efforts have made -our Purim ball such a fine success. However, we must make some exceptions and register special thanks to the chairman, Nathan Ginsburg, to the president. Mr. Rifas, who together with Mrs. Rifas, sold the largest number of tickets, and to Harry Shulman who provided such a splendidly entertaining program. We were all thrilled with the lovely rendition of songs presented so artistically by our own Miss Phyllis Shulman. We must give special thanks to the committee on refreshments, including Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Soffer. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sackovitz, Mrs. Ratner, Mrs. Meyers, and Mrs. Holczer. The ticket committee did an excellent job, headed by Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Mrs. A. I. Orlansky and Mrs. Morris Bear. Mr. and Mrs. Murray Yanks helped much to obtain refreshments and Miss Alber was in charge of prizes. To all and one, we say many, many thanks. Passover Preparations Rabbi Kellner will conduct the sale of Chometz commencing Sunday, March 22nd and will be glad to answer all inquiries regarding Passover laws. A Siyum will take place in the morning of Erev Pessach. The classes in the Talmud Torah and those of the Sunday School will have a miniature Seder on Sunday morning. March 29th and all teachers are conducting special drills preparing the children for the laws and customs of Passover. Congratulations We are most happy to extend most sincere Mazel Tov greetings to Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas, president of our congregation, upon the forthcoming marriage of their son, Arthur Rifas, to Miss Perle Bleadon. May the young couple be blessed by the Almighty with long life, happiness and prosperity. Refuo Shlemo We extend good wishes for a speedy and complete recovery to Miss Shirley Stein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein, who was recently operated on in Baltimore. DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry I



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& PAGE SIX 9-Jewistflcfidiari FRIDAY, MARCH KEY WEST NOTES Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer of the B'nai Zion Synagogue gave the benediction at the SO open house day last Sunday at Jackson Square. Nationally known commentators participated in the discussion in the presence of a large audience composed of soldiers and sailors. The marriage of Alice V. Markoff of New York City and Henry L. Maltzman of Brooklyn. N. Y. was solemnized by Rabbi Lehrer. The bride accompanied by Mrs. Maltzman. mother of the groom, came to Key West where Mr. Maltzman is stationed at the Naval Base. LOCAL HADASSAH GROUP STARTS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Almost every ship that makes port in Palestine these days carries a Victorv Cargo made possible bv the sacrifice and hard work of some 80.000 members of senior Hadassah. the Women s Zionist Organization of America, according to Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president of the local chapter of the group. Mrs. Sirkin stated here today during an interview that at least thirtv tons of drugs, food, medical supplies and clothing are being sent regularly to the Holy Land bv Hadassah in "priority space granted by the British Ministry of Shipping in the United States in recognition of our organization's work.'' As part of a nationwide plan to observe the thirtieth birthday of GOODMAN'S Acknowledged Supremacy For Quality and Kashruth at a Reasonable Price TEA MATZOS IMPROVED SQUARE MATZOS EGG MATZOS MATZO MEAL MATZO FERFEL Baked under supervision of RABBI MENDEL CHODROW MATZOS n D fi •? i p z WUCHER & LYNN 834 1st STREET. MIAMI BEACH EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS GOODMAN'S PRODUCTS HOTEL AND RESTAURANT GROCERS PHONES: 5-3379—5-3370 GOODMAN'S ASK FOR KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS AT YOUR LOCAL DELICATESSEN This label insures your health. U. S. Gov't inspected Demand it! Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS Call PEARL BROS. Sole Distributors 1725 N. W. 7th AVENUE PHONE 2-6141 Hadassah. which fell this year or. March 3rd. the Jewish M Purim the ocal chapter nas f o rd\vnh 600 other semor chaptors in 46 states in a Victory Membtf8hip Campaign to enroll a total Of 100.000 Jewish women. Mrs. Sirkin said. ELiAHU : BENIIORIN S A F E AFTER A NARROW ESCAPE The New Zionist Organization Of America received a cable from Eliahu Ben-Horm member of the Presidency of the New Zionist Organization who wasi onhis way back to the United States from an extended visit to South Africa, where he was on an important mission for the organisation. Mr. Ben-Horin escaped serious injury when the ship on which he was travelling was sunk off the coast of the British West Indies. He is at present in Santa Lucia, waiting to continue his voyage by plane. NAZIS EXECUTE 4 JEWS IN NORWAY. "BRITISH AGENTS" Stockholm (WNS)—The Quisling government of Norway ordered the execution this week of four Jews in Trondheim who were accused of being "British agents." it was reported lure. The Jews were condemned to death after Quisling police had charged that the Jews had listened to British radio broadcasts from London. All tour victims were from Trondheim. A son of on.' of the victims was held by the police as a hostage. PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Mrs. Duke and daughter, Lillian, left for their home in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Goldman left for their summer home in Massacheusetts. Mr and Mrs. Kaufman of Fleischmann's. N. Y. left Tuesday for their home. THE PRESIDED! H0TE1 MAURICE LEVIN Management 1423 COLLINS AVENUr MIAMI BEACH OPEN FOR PASSOVER SPECIAL SADER SERVICES FOR RESERVATIONS TELEPHONE 5-2991 IT LIKES YOU Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? R. W. BROWN & CO FERTILIZER MANUFACTURER, Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds. Florida Phone: Homestead 5.4451 Office*: South Miami Fli PHONE 4-3375 PASSOVER DAIRY PRODUCTS Land O* Sun Dairies BRINGS YOU STRICTLY KOSHER IN THE NEW SANITARY PURE-PAK SINGLE SERVICE CONTAINER "Your Personal Container" NEVER USED BEFORE— NEVER USED AGAIN Land O'Sun Dairy Products (or Passover are produced locally under the supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff Beth Jacob Cong., Miami Beach Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner Miami Jewish Orthodox Cong. GRADE "A" MILK SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE SWEET BUTTER BUTTERMILK Land O' Sun Dairies, Inc. Phone 5-5537 Or Order from Route Salesman \ %



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FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1942 +Jewistifk)ri(Uan PAGE SEVEN THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ THE "Y" IN DEFENSE Passover Hospitality With the approaching Passover holidays beginning on Wednesday evening. April 1st, our thoughts turn to all the service men in this area. Maurice Grossman, executive director, and Mrs. Florence Hacker, chairman of the lOTHE Ride the famous FLORIDA SUNBEAM To Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P.M. Air-conditioned. Wide choice of sleeping car accommodations; sections, bedrooms, compartments, drawing rooms. Buffet-lounge car. Dining cars. Coaches. Low rail fares. DIESEL-POWERED biiwtrn Valdoita, Oa. and Cincinnati CITY TICKET OFFICE. 173 E. Flagfor St., Miami, T*l. 3-8391. T. W. Luck.tt. A.G.P.A. •' SEABOARD RAILWAY NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM defense committee, are making a thorough survey of all the military and naval bases to determine the number of Jewish men in this area. Everyone of the commanders is being personally contacted by committees appointed by Mrs. Hacker, with a view of determining the exact number of men, as above stated Every man will be placed in a Jewish home to participate in the sedar. Arrangements are also being made with the rabbis for synagogue services. The National Jewish Welfare Board, the parent organization of the Y. M. H. A., is the only agency recognized by the war and navy departments with reference to such matters. We, therefore, ask the various individuals and organizations who want to have service men to their sedarim for Passover to contact the "Y" and not the military and naval posts. We have the facilities and know how to. proceed in such matters and if any private individual or organization contacts the military or naval posts, they will only complicate matters. Please contact us concerning hospitality for service men for Passover Service Men's Dance Saturday Night The regular bi-weekly dance for service men will be held at the Y. M. H. A. this Saturday night, March 21. Molka Reich's Portable Theater Group will furnish entertainment. Mrs. Florence Hacker announces that the members of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Jewish War Veterans will act as guest hostesses for the evening. Lectures on Gases A series of lectures on gases will be held at the Y. M. H. A. commencing Tuesday evening, March 24, at 8 o'clock. These lectures are being given under the auspices of the Dade County Defense Council and are for certified and registered wardens only. Lectures are being given by Capt. Andrew Bergida. Only those persons who are authorized and registered wardens and have received their credentials by the Dade County Defense Council may attend these lectures. "Y" Loses in Gold Ball The Y. M. H. A. cagers did not enter the third round of the J. M. C. A. Tenth Annual Gold Ball Tourney, when they were defeated by a strong Stanton Memorial Quintet by the close score of 29-26 in an overtime game. Jack Rosen, star Y eager, was one of the stars of the game. This ends the basketball season for the Y. M. H. A., who under Manager Lefty Schemer, had one of the best years to date. Congrats to all you boys. Y Bowling Banquet Set After twenty-one weeks of play in the Y. M. H. A. Semi-Annual ft A O-Aeiiachen V^kach "HOME MILK Producers Association ffiD!*,TM 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 ol 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 MM N. W. 7th Avenue Phone 2-7696 Miami 813 Las Olas Blvd. Phone 613 Fort Lauderdale Duckpin Tourney recently concluded, more than fifty participants will be guests of the Y. M. H. A. at a banquet to be held on Thursday, March 26 at a fine entertainment emporium to be announced by the committee. Write or call Mr. Grossman at the Y for reservations. Dinner and show complete for $1.65 per head. Y. W. H. A. Evening With Books, March 25 Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of the Book of the Month Club, announces that plans have been completed for a very novel, unique and interesting evening called "An Evening with Books," which will be held at the "Y" on Wednesday evening, March 25. The following women will give brief three minute reviews of interesting books: Mrs. Sylvia Feldman, Miss Frances Ginsberg, Mrs. Florence Hacker, Mrs. Marcella Heiman, Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Mrs. Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Victor Mell, Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. Renee Washer, and Mrs. Miriam Sager. A social hour will follow. Passover Tea The Annual Passover Tea of the Y. W. H. A. will be held at the "Y" on Sunday afternoon, April 4. This is an annual event with the Y. W. and an elaborate program is being planned by Mrs. S. B. Miller, chairman of the Passover Tea Committee. More details will be given later. Girl Scouts Miss Frances Ginsberg. Scout Mistress of Troop 23. announces that a Court of Awards and Investitures will be held at the Y next Tuesday evening, March 24, at 8 o'clock. All parents and friends are cordially invited. A short and interesting program will take place, after which refreshments will be served. RUTH BROTMAN who will render several selections at the Donor Dinner Dance at the Victor Hotel March 22nd. MRS. WITTICHEN IS ELECTED ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS JOBS PRODUCING FOOD FOR VICTORY AWAIT 53 GRADS New York (WNS)— Fifty-thfee young men, forty-one of whom are Jewish, ranging in age from 20 to 23, will step into the ranks of the nation's producers of food for victory, immediately on graduating from the National Farm School, Bucks County, Pa., March 22nd. Each will have completed three years of practical training in the allied agricultural sub jects that are taught there. Mrs. M. F. Wittichen of Coral Gables has been elected to the Board of Directors of Highlands Hammock, Inc. L. G. Scoggin, director of State parks, in making the announcement, advises that the Highlands Hammock, Inc. is an organization of laymen who have as their stated objectives the stimulation of interest in Highlands Hammock State Park. Buy Defense Bonds and Defense Stamps NOW! We Invite You For PASSOVER to the London Arms Hotel Spend the entire Passover week at the London Arms at practically no added cost. Spend a nice vacation and enjoy the best in food, room and service. Rabbi M. Silver will conduct the Sedarim Kashrus Strictly Observed Make reservations now Phone 5-2103 727 Collins Avenue Miami Beach I i Have you bougnt your Defense Bonds yet? for freedom— LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO. Sole Distributors for MANISCHEWITZ — ROKEACH Products Kosher for Passover 165 N. E. 24th Street Phone 3-6921 I I I



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PAGE EIGHT +Jeisti Hcridian FRIDAY, MARCH 20, FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxcrman What? No Gefilte Fish? And still the stories of discrimination pile up War or no war Up at Fort Lauderdale, a public fishing pier extending out over government waters is sporting a new sign painted in green letters: "This pier for gentiles only" We suppose that's to keep the fish from being contaminated by Jews We hope Nazi propaganda hasn't filtered down to the fish yet. so that they'll stop biting at Jewish fishing lines What will be do on Friday nights for our gefilte fish? Another story we hear will rebound to the detriment of one of the largest cigarette manufacturing companies in the country if it is proven correct ... An advertising representative of the comi pany, touring Florida in search of' photographs, asked for models [ but specified that they not be I Jewish Queried why. he said i it was the policy of the company. All in the interests of that national unity to which President Roosevelt referred in his recent speech? Re: "Educational Institutions" For the information of parents seeking private schools for their children, we would like to advise those of the Jewish faith to avail themselves of facilities other than the Cushman school in order to save time, trouble and embarrassment ... It seems surprising to find an educational institution today that fosters ideals of discrimination on the basis of faith. Parochial schools, whose curricula are built around Catholicism and which are supported by the Catholic church, will accept students of other faiths that wish to attend Yet, here is a school of no special sect that refuses further admittance to students of one religious group (It does have two or three Jewish students) We are glad they told us that they no longer want Jews when we inquired the other day We trust no Jewish parents will bother the school any more. We Want Unitv Recently we learned that a small-time entertainer, a magician, had made a caustic anti-Semitic remark while giving show before an American Legion group Subsequent investigation revealed that the man had entertained at some 30 army camps along the eastern seaboard, booking his own act through army morale officers He denied, however, that he had made any anti-Semitic remarks In the camps—saying that he "kept his nose clean there." His anti-Semitic comments before the legionnaires were based on his inability to land a job with CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road, Miami Baacfc Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky A bar mitzvah celebration will take place at Congregation Gates of Prayer this coming Sabbath morning, March 21st. The celebrant will be Myron Soil of 1059 Collins Avenue. The Congregation, which has launched a Passover fund to aid the needy during the Passover holiday, has appealed to the members of the community to contribute generously to this worthy cause. This coming Sabbath Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky, spiritual leader of the congregation, will address the bar mitzvah and will also speak on the subject "Sacrifice." Congregation Gates of Prayer holds services each morning and each evening at its address, 230 Lincoln Road, corner of Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. SECOND STREET OFFERS A COMPLETE Passover Holiday Unsurpassed in detail of preparation — service— cuisine refinement and hospitality. Breakfast. Luncheon and Dinner, as well as a la carte service. Special rates for the entire Passover Week. Morton S. Fagan Management UJ Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nights by the popular Cantor Louis Hayman Golden-Voiced Tenor WE SUGGEST EARLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869 IIAMi FEDERAL IdielciT&LK \ 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over $6,500,000 I. M. LIPTON, President For Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds in Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation a certain New York booking agency which runs the USO shows in army camps ... This agency, we understand, pays for some talent, although men like Al Jolson give their services free, even paying their own expenses The magician opined that Jews controlled the booking agencies, as well as the whole entertainment business, and that consequently 90 per cent of the army entertainers were Jewish. That's the first time we ever heard of a non-Jew charging that Jews were discriminating against him because of his religion it's usually the other way around. Interesting to note is the fact that the New York booking agency which the magician was blaming as the cause of his inability to get a USO job, is not Jewish. Also worthy of comment is that the fellow and his wife averaged BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I'hillp Rome? and Samuel SUSSIIKIM anengaged in buslneHa under the fictitious name "f ROMER'S F<>l > CENTER—MEAT DEPARTMENT al 545 4l.it Street, Miami Beach, Florida, and Intend to register said fictitious name In the office "i the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. I'lllLIL ROMER SAMUEL SLSSMAN Sol,(iwners OEIIROE CHERTKl IP Attorney for Applicants 13-20-17 I ::-i" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that my Friend i* engaged in business under the fictitious name of ROMER'S POOD CENTER—VEGETABLE DE. PARTMENT at 545 list Street, Miami Beach, Florida, ami Intends to register said fictitious name hi the of. flcof the rink of the Circuit (Vint i l lade County, Florida. TONY FRIEND Sole Owut I* GEORGE CHERTKOF Attorney for Applicant %  13-20-27 4 :i-l" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO (not Inc.) and intend to reglsti r said name with the clerk of the Circuit Court in l >ade County, Florida. ESTHER II BLCMENFELD LENA C. GOLDMAN LILLIAN It. HOFFMAN MINNIE II. L.ESNICK HARRY ZUKERNICK Attorney lor Applicants 2 27 3 6-13-20-27 ..NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In business under the fictitious name of RAGLE TAILORING A DRY CLEANINfJ t o. intends to reglstei the said %  wrne with the cierk of the Circuit ourt of Dade County, Florida ALEX STEIN %  : r. %  :, 6-13-20-27 NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage In bu f, l S.tS, un !?r "''' "ctltlous •, n • L.IBERT1 SQUARE DRUG ST mi' ESSfESMfSS 2/27 3/6-13-2 0.27 H ''' tMAN *WMB NOTICE IS HEREHV ;Iv! %  :\Tha7 gwwswS HfiKKa 3/20-27 4/3-10-17 MRS S. STREIFF Sole i Iwnel $50 a week booking his own shows—but felt that he needed $80 a week. When we talked to the man we pointed out the danger of false generalizations showed him how he was playing into the hands of Nazi propagandists through his attacks on Jews Saying that he hadn't seen it in that light he promised not to spread such talk hereafter We'll see if he keeps his word. Also for the time being, we prevailed on a justly irate local booking agent (Jewish) who was getting the magician some engagements NOT to wipe him off his list We want to show the entertainer that Jews are not motivated by such bestial instincts as "revenge" but are more capable of forgiving, turning the other cheek and upholding Christian ethics than are many Gentiles. For after all, were not the Christian ethics derived from our Holy Bible? DRINK MIL-KAY TEMPLE EMAHU-EL 1801 South Andrews Av enu Fort Lauderdale, Fla Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath services, Friday at n p. m. Sermon: "The Fatherhood of a God and the BrothifiR Religious School, Sunday at in a.m. Youth Club, 11:30 am Sisterhood meeting, Mondav at 8 p. m. %  Sewing for American R Cross, British War Relief SQ ciety, Bundles for America etc" Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p m Temple Emanu-El is a Reform synagogue serving all of Broward County, including Hollv. wood, Florida. National Kosher Market W. Mechlowitz. Prop. 424 Collins Ave. Ph. 5-5841 We Handle a Full Line Of WINES Domestic and Palestinian Also All Kinds Of Matzos, Dry Fruits and Dairy Products and Passover Sugar FOR PASSOVER ^GUST BROSjJvf 15 the BEST Rattan Furniture for Homes. Boats and Cabanas SPECIALS—NOW IN EFFECT—REDUCED PRICES FRANK S. EVANS CO.. INC. 7005 Biscayne Boulevard (Showrooms) 300 N. E. 71st Street (Factory) Phones 7-1131—7-2821 Repairing—Upholstering—Refinishing Matzos, Matzo Products, Coffees, Nuts— In Fact YOUR ENTIRE PASSOVER NEEDS may be obtained at the & DELICATESSEN 170 N. W. FIFTH STREET PHONE 2-9814 The Finest Kosher Passover Wines Imported and Domestic PASSOVER MILK COTTAGE CHEESE SWEET CREAM SOUR CREAM Produced Under the Supervision of Rabbi Moses Mescheloff .. Miami Beach Rabbi Abraham Kellner Miami Give Your Order to Your Grocer or To A Southern Dairies Milk Man Now or PHONE 2-8431 MILK Deliveries of Passover Products Start March 31 LI >T^KW


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Miami, Fla
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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VOULME 15No. 12
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1942
LEADERS OF CHEST
DOUBLE ATTEMPT
TO ATTAIN GOAL
Leaders and team workers alike
in the $297,500 campaign of the
Dade County Community Chest
arc making redoubled efforts be-
tween now and Friday, March 27
to obtain enough gifts and contri-
butions to allow the chest to car-
ry on the social welfare programs
of its 22 agencies for the next
year.
faced with the prospect of
falling far behind minimum
ne< ds, these volunteer campaign-
ers are giving even more gener-
ously of their time and efforts so
thai the worthy needy of the
community shall not suffer from
neglect. The need, they are
pointing out to prospective don-
ors, is greater than ever this year
because of increased unemploy-
ment in this section, which is
placing an ever-increasing burden
on the chest agencies.
Just how successful these ef-
forts to raise the needed chest
funds have been will be revealed
at three luncheon meetings next
week. These will be held at the
Columbus hotel at noon on Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday, with
tin campaigners the guests of
business houses, who have made
this contribution in addition to
their already large gifts to the
chest itself.
The chest campaign is conduct-
ed from a list of prospective giv-
ers. If. by chance, a chest repre-
sentative should fail to ask you
for your donation to the essential
welfare work of the community,
you are requested to mail your
check, as generous as you can
make it. to the Community Chest,
1145 Ingraham Building, Miami,
or to call there in person with
your gift. All chest workers car-
ry abundant credentials that
serve to identify them as bona
fide solicitors.
PRICE 10 CENTS
JEWISH WELFARE BOARD TO
CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
The National Jewish Welfare
Board will celebrate its twenty-
fifth anniversary at a three-day
conference beginning Saturday
evening, April 18th, at the Hotel
Commodore in New York, it was
announced yesterday by Frank
L. Weil, president. Morning, af-
ternoon and evening sessions, in-
cluding a luncheon and a dinner
will be held Sunday and the con-
ference will end Monday with a
series of reports on the JWB's
Army and Navy activities in con-
nection with the USO.
OF
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN U.P.A.
IN LONDON CONFERENCE
London (WNS>Dr. Abba Hil-
lel Silver of Cleveland, national
chairman of the United Palestine
Appeal and leading American Zi-
onist, conferred this week with
British Colonial Secretary Lord
Cranborne and with Soviet Am-
bassador Ivan Maisky.
Since his arrival here. Dr. Sil-
ver has been engaged in confer-
ences with Government officials
and British Zinoist leaders. The
ust American Zionist leader
to come here since the beginning
oi the war, Dr. Silver was given
a warm welcome by the Jewish
community of Great Britain.
WARNING!
Information has been received
mat solicitors are now canvas-
*'"K Miami and Miami Beach
merchants and hotel owners col-
f-,1 i1K ",oney by representing
.i m iy that they are connected
n. the Anti-Defamation Lea-
sue in combatting Nazi and Anti-
aunitic propaganda. The A.D.L.
nas no solicitors collecting funds
periotT S i" affiliation with any
ri,.ei!]Ph?nta and hotel owners
snou d check with recognized lo-
^1 Jewish agencies at all times
s',,.,'!V .c;.onlr'buting to any causes.
L ILL!
NEXT WEDNESDAY
Members of A. Z. A., Junior
B'nai B'rith and the Y. M. H. A.,
as well as other Jewish groups,
will join with young people of
all denominations in the annual
Youth and Democracy rally to be
held next Wednesday. March
25th. at 8 p. m. in the Miami
Senior High School.
The screening of "The World
We Want to Live in," will be a
major feature of the program,
which will also include three
youths and three religious lead-
ers, representing each of the
three religions, presenting short
talks. Produced recently by the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews. "The World We Want
to Live in," includes numerous
scenes smuggled out of Nazi Ger-
many as compared to the Ameri-
can way of life.
George S, Smathers, assistant
district attorney, will preside.
Sponsoring groups of the rally
and dance include the Y. M. C.
A., Hi-Y, Y. W. C. A.. Girl Re-
serves. Cosmo Club. Newman
club, Christian Youth Council,
S. E. Christian Union. Methodist
Youth Fellowship, Boy Scouts.
Christian Endeavor League and
Appreciate America in addition
to the A. Z. A. and Y. M. H. A.
Similar rallies were held in
1940 at the Miami Senior High
School and in 1941 at the Mahi
Shrine Temple. Through the
rally, association among young
people of all sects and faiths is
promoted so that brotherhood,
unity and democracy among
youth may be increased. All lo-
cal youth groups and young peo-
ple not affiliated with clubs are
invited to participate.
TEW LEADER
NAMED LECTURER
FOR COMING YEAR
Mr. Arthur Reinhart, head of
the Jewish Chatauqua Society,
under the auspices of the Nation-
al Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods, has announced the selec-
tion of Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
of Miami as one of its lecturers
for the current year.
The Jewish Chatauqua Society
sends lecturers to address uni-
versity faculties and student
bodies throughout the country.
Rabbi Zwitman is to speak at
several southern universities. He
is to speak at the University of
COMMITTEE
33 SERVICE
TAKES
MEN'S
OVER
CLUBS
The Army and Navy Commit-
tee of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board has assumed occu-
pany of thirty-three additional
servicemen's clubs and operations
in line with the USO's expanding
recreation and morale program
for soldiers and sailors, it was
announced today. In eight new-
ly-organized USO clubs, includ-
ing one in downtown Honolulu,
the JWB will be in complete
charge of operations, while in
twenty-five other projects it will
share space with one or more
USO service agenices.
FEDERATION WILL
HOLD SPECIAL
!
p
b
WELFARE LEADERS
TD HOLD MEETING
28 AND n
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
ASSAIL PALESTINE POLICY
OF BRITAIN DURING DEBATE
Some
instances even have been
frnj "'">.> even nave Deen
mi", whe,re Jewish merchants
""Knowingly have contributed to
organizations labeled with patrio-
itv ^Und,n* njmes that in real-
mrCI%Ma*ed in ANTI- SEM-
lr'c ACTIVITIES.
i^SJ^lthe offices of The Jew-
Dof, 'or,ldlan- 2-1141 or the Anti-
2u2 10n league 3-6306, for
Sm iT and authentic informa-
l'on when approached.
London (WNS) Great Bri-
tain's Palestine policy was bit-
terly denounced as "anti-Semi-
tic" and designed to appease the
Arabs at the expense of the Jews
by Lord Davies and Lord Wedg-
wood in the House of Lords this
week.
An acrimonious debate, which
found Lord Davies and Lord
Wedgwood condemning the Pal-
estine administration and Lord
Cranborne.- British Colonial Sec
rotary, defending it. followed the
demand by Lord Davies for an
official explanation of the events
which resulted in the explosion
and sinking of the freighter
Struma with the loss of 750 Ru-
manian Jewish refugees. The
Struma was returning the refu-
gees to Rumania after the Jews
had been denied permission to
enter Palestine.
Lord Davies described as "stu-
pid, callous and inhuman" Bri-
tain's refusal to allow the 750 re-
fugees to enter Palestine and
added: "The only reason for the
refusal was to curry favor with
the Arab recalcitrants."
Florida in Gainesville Tuesday.
March 24th before the class on
"World Religions" conducted by
Professor J. E. Johnson and be-
fore a combined meeting of fa-
culty and student body on Tues-
day evening. Dr. Johnson of the
Y. M. C. A. at Florida and Rabbi
Louis Youngerman of the Uni-
versity of Florida Hillel Foun-
dation are in charge of arrange-
ments for the public lecture.
IEWISH AGENCY WILL TALK
TO ARABS ABOUT REFUGEES
Jerusalem (WNS)The Jewish
Agency for Palestine will seek
to negotiate directly with Arab
leaders in the hope of reaching
an agreement satisfactory to both
sides, Moshe Shertok, chief of
the Agency's political depart-
ment, disclosed at a meeting here
of the Jewish Constituent As-
sembly (Assefath Hanivcharim.)
Meeting for the first time in
nine years the Assembly re-
viewed wartime problems con-
fronting the Palestine community
and called upon the democratic
nations of the world to offer
sanctuary to the thousands of
homeless Jewish refugees fleeing
Nazism.
Mr. Shertok provoked consid-
erable interest when he told the
Assembly that "we believe in an
agreement between a strong Jew-
ish community which is to be
created in Palestine and the Arab
people who have always been
living in the Middle East."
One of the dramatic highlights
of the Assembly came when rep-
resentatives of the persecuted
Jewish communities in Poland,
Germany, Greece, Czechoslova-
kia, Rumania and Holland re-
ported the suffering of the Jewish
people in the Nazi-occupied coun-
tries.
Stanley C. Myers, chairman of
the board of directors, has issued
call for a special meetingof the
board of directors of the Grcater
Miami Jewish Federation Mon-
toy evening. March 23rd at 8:15
o'clock. The meeting will be
held in Kaplan Hall of Temple
Israel.
The special meeting is called to
present to the representatives of
Miami Jewry a complete report
of the results of the Federation
campaign.
Max Orovitz. chairman of the
budget committee, will present
the report of the budget commit-
tee, which is recommending final
allocations to the agencies par-
ticipating in the 1942 campaign.
Faced with a large reduction-in
anticipated funds for 1942. the
Committee has held a number of
meetings since the close of the
Campaign.
Mr. Orovitz. reports that each
of the forty-six agencies listed as
participating in the Campaign
was re-analyzed by the twelve
members of the Committee. Spe-
cial attention was given to those
agencies affected by the war.
"These Budget Meetings often
lasted late into the night and all
day Sunday." according to Mr.
Orovitz, "and even though we
will raise this year as much as we
raised in 1941, we are 540.000
short of our goal. This means
hardships on the part of all agen-
cies in the face of increased- war
needs. Our budgets were origin-
ally set up before the war. We
must now urge every economy to
stay within funds available and
yet supply the agencies with suf-
ficient funds to do the work ex-
pected of them by the contribu-
tors of Miami.
"The task of analyzing and
budgeting is a difficult one and
takes a good background and
knowledge of welfare work.
Members of the Budget Commit-
tee represent all factions in our
Jewish community and are el-
ected at the annual meeting of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Miami has one of the
best Jewish budgeting proced-
ures in the country."
Members of the 1942 Budget
Committee are: Max Orovitz,
chairman, George Chertkof, Dr.
Frank Coret, Irving Frankel,
Joseph Lipton, I. Shapoff, Joseph
Stein. Harry Sirkin, Mrs. Max
Dobrin, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner,
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers.
Stockholm (WNS) Risking
possible imprisonment and death,
Jews starving in ghettos in the
Baltic countries, are selling their
last possessions to non-Jews in a
desperate attempt to get food.
The Deutsche Zeitung in Ost-
land said the arrest of two Lat-
vians in Riga on charges of vio-
lating regulations forbidding in-
Representatives and leaders of
Federations and Welfare Funds
of all Southeastern states, includ-
ing Florida, are holding a special
conference in Chattanooga. Tenn.
on March 28th and 29th, accord-
ing to information received from
the Southern Regional office in
Montgomery. Alabama.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, presi-
dent of the Conference, will wel-
come the delegates and preside
at the opening of the Conference.
William J. Shroder of Cincin-
nati, Chairman of the Board of
the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds will de-
liver the opening address. Mr.
George W. Rabinoff, director of
the national Federations, will
present a full report on recent
developments in Federations and
Welfare Fund programs under
war-time conditions.
Delegates from Miami include:
Benjamin E. Bronston, president
of Federation: Stanley C. Myers,
chairman of the Board of Direc-
tors: Maurice J. Kopelowitz,
chairman of the 1941 Federation
Campaign and Morris Klass. Ex-
ecutive Director.
The Conference will be pre-
ceded on Saturday afternoon by
an "Oneg Shabbatt" on Hebrew
education. Saturday evening the
formal sessions will open with a
full report on "The Effects of the
War on Jewish Communal Or-
ganization." The programs listed
for presentation on Sunday in-
clude: "Army and Navy Services
in the Southeast." "Fund Raising
in 1942." "Round Table on Wel-
fare Fund Budgeting." "Round
Table on Community Organiza-
tion."
The Conference will close Sun-
day evening with a business ses-
sion at which the new officers
for the coming year will be sel-
ected and a dinner devoted to the
work of the major overseas and
national agencies appealing to
Jewish communities for support.
NEW YORK TIMES DECLARES
SINKING WAS AVOIDABLE
tercourse with Jews. They were
seen buying watches from Jews.' should" have" been" endangered.''
New York (WNS)While the
769 Rumanian Jewish refugees
aboard the freighter Struma who
pleaded for permission to enter
Palestine may have represented
a difficult problem to the British
authorities, "not one of those
lives should have been endan-
gered." the New York Times de-
clared in an editorial this week.
"News of the sinking of the
Jewish refugee ship Struma in
the Black Sea has stirred up in-
dignation in this country as the
facts have become known." The
Times said. "The Struma was the
last of many vessels on which re-
fugees from Central Europe have
attempted to reach Palestineor
at least to get free of their cruel
oppressors. It was fifty feet long
and it was carrying 769 exiles. It
was totally unseaworthy. For
weeks it lay at Istanbul. The
Turks refused landing permits.
The British would not give per-
mission for a landing in Pales-
tine."
Briefly reviewing the political
circumstances surrounding the
tragedy, the editorial added:
"The Struma was a problem.
There is some evidence that in
earlier incidents, at least, the
Nazis have taken a diabolical
pleasure in presenting the British
with such problems.
"It may be difficult to say pre-
cisely what the answer should
have been. It is not difficult to
say what it should not have been.
No matter what policies fell by
the wayside, not one of those lives
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Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
MARRIAGES
Ki nneth J. Petutchnik of the
U. S Navy and Miss Helen N-
stat were" married last week in
the home of Rabbi Moses Mesch-
eloff The groom's mother and
members of the crew were pre-
sent.

Sam Rothschild of Chicago.
announces the engagement of his
niece. Perle Bleadon of Cnicago
to Arthur Rifa city. The
is prominent among tne
youngi r sel in Chicago and the
a graduate of the Lni-
rsity of Chicago holding the
I B. A. and Doctor of
;: is ass i iti d with the
ttract Com-
af a mom: r : thi
Lodge B'nai B'rith and
the M rthodox C n-
Rabbi A m A.
er will perfoi
r. Sui aften n
Tides
Hoi
Mr R
Mrs M \ .
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C -: gal :.:i an
rki 1
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UNVEILING
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of the late Mrs.
Charles Kronberg will take place
Sunday. March 22nd at 2 p. m
at Woodlawn Cemetery- Rab.bl
Shapiro will officiate,
is are asked to be pr
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Arkin
announce the bar mitzvah of their
lich will take place
:i-.g at 11 a. m. at
Temole Israel A reception will
; .: .'. the rvices
DEATHS
Id to-
S Ga. for Mrs
rg 1 the] I N n

Stanley C. Myei
ral services for his
Blum of
Rockaway Park. Long Island.
New York, who passed away
Tuesday.
Bu is and Stamps
and h
took place
Mrs Sara Harris 01 1204
Drivi Miami Beach, en-
nal dinner
in th C ra I Room
I, on Sat-
;.: : h "tl n ccasion
ding at.:
: Mi in 1 Mrs. David Rome
: i\ X. J. and the birth-
: M rris Rome.
N .. v rk City. Guest- in-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris
":' Mr. and Mrs
Jose| Ken G icester. M
Mi : Mrs I- ..:- Geller also
: i,. Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
iry; Mr. and Mrs
H M. G 1I1 Ri vi r<. Mr. and Mrs.
W Mass:
Mrs. I Kas iv, Hartford.
I. G Istein, Carl Ludwig. |
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schoen- j
baum, Miami Beach and Mrs. Ray
Lande. Montreal, Canada.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedomBuy some at your
earliest opportunity.
Make Reservations Now For
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
at ihe
NASH HOTEL
1120 COLLINS AVENUE
-; MIAMI BEACH
Where a Homelike Atmosphere Prevails
Services Conducted in the Traditional Manner
MODERATELY PRICED
PHONE 5-4641
ORGANIZATIONS
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman1 will
speak on the Jewish Radio Hour
Sundav afternoon at 4.30 p. m.
over Nation WIOD. His top.
be "A True Test o: our Beliefs.
Sidney H. Palmer who has
past patron or
Emunah chapter. Order of the
rn Star, was elected last
Thursday to serve again
patron.
The Daughters wil1
nt a concert at the far*
tral H Sui lay, 8 p. m.
eds of which
: uilding of their Wi
'Club at M "'2nd
51
Cantor Herman Marl in of
! Beth David Cor.:
ra singer wil
: thi H"tel
Evans. He will I assisted by
wife, Stella Marbiny and
Louis Green.

The Evans Hotel forum on the
World War will have as its guest
: Tui sday, March 24th at
8:30 p. m., Brad A::.-'..y. WIOD
ntator. The public
is invited to these discussions.
no admission charge.

The 3rd Annual Donor Dinner
: Women's Organi-
: of Greater Miami will take
Sunday. March 22nd at 7:30
p, m. at the Victor Hotel. Miami
Program for the evening
will include invocation by Mrs.
Mi scheloff. welcoming ad-
in -.- and introduction of the
lan, Mrs. Max Shapiro, by
Mrs. M. Shubow. Ruth Brotman.
coloratura soprano, will render
tl selections accompanied by
Anvuta Melicov. Guest speaker
will be Eva Chekoway of the
national office of the organiza-
tion. An address by Dr. Rabelsky
will follow. Committee in charge
of arrangements is Mrs. H. Seit-
lin, Mrs. M. Beck. Mrs. L. Mint-
zi s. Mrs. D. Weiner. Mrs. L. Co-
hen and Mrs. I. Shapoff. For
last minute reservations call
3-7964, 3-0317 or the Victor
Hotel.
ORGANIZATIONS
ORGANIZATIONS
FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL
Service
Strictly Confidential
For Appointment Call
2-0 8 28
Dr. Lydia Allen DeVdbiss will
.peak on Permanent Peacejt
he Forum of the National JCoun-1
cil of Jewish Women. Friday, 2
b m at the Miami Beach Elks
ClJb. Gloria Pezz.lle. 11-year-
old coloratura soprano. accom-
,; by Mrs. Sarah folweU.
will render severe songs- Mrs.
v Marcus will conduct the
rest program. Mrs.
David P. Catsman is chairman.
.
AuxUiary, S hoi em
B'nai B'rith under the.
hip : Mrs. E. Albert
Pallot is sponsoring a social!
irdinary" to be held at the
Quart" r Sunday evening.
Ith, Mrs. Shirley Taplin
I as co-chairman and as-
.: will be Mrs. Isaac Levin,.
Mrs Barney Goodman. Mrs. Ro-
: ; \v and Mrs. Sam Sil- j
;: rvations may be made.
by calling Mrs. Pallot or the'
B'rith office.

Benjamin Rubenstein of New-
York and attorney for the C. I. O.
Unions, will address the Spinoza
-. this Saturday afternoon
at 3:30 p. m. at 11th Street be-
tween Collins Avenue and Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach. His topic
will be "Labor Laws and the
War." Monday morning at 10:45
a. m.. Edward Clarke of the Uni-
\ of Miami will speak.
Tuesday evening at 8:15 Mrs.
Abraham Kellner will review
John Gunther's book 'Inside La-
tin America."

The Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Home for Jewish
Children at Denver will sponsor
a card party on Tuesday after-
noon. March 24th at 1 p. m.. at
the Elks' Lodge. 720 West Ave-
nue. Miami Beach. Cards, bingo
and man jongg will be featured
for the afternoon. Refreshments
will be served. In charge of ar-
rangements are: chairman. Mrs.
Hy Friedman: co-chairman, Mrs.
Johnny Feller. Mrs. Jack Stein-
berg. Mrs. Ben Dubin. Mrs. Perry
Bittel. Mrs. Jack Feuer, Mrs.
Jerry Alexander. Mrs. Lee Good-
us. Mrs. Charles Gringler. Mrs.
Sam Silberman. Mrs. Al Burke
and Mrs. David Beyer.
A grand opera concert in cos.
tume was held last Sundav under
the auspices of the Beth" David
Sisterhood starring Stella Mar-
biny, coloratura soprano, and A
H. Marbiny, tenor. Part of the
proceeds were given to the Blood
Bank of Dade County.

H. Miller of New York will be
the guest speaker at a lecture
Friday night, March 20th at 8 p
m. and also at a lecture and sup-
per to be held Sunday. March
22nd at 6 p. m. sponsored by the
Workmen's Circle Branch No
692 of Greater Miami. Tuesday'
March 24th at 8:30 p. m. a regu'
lar meeting of the branch will
take place at which preparations
will be made for the 3rd seder to
be held Sunday. April 5th. These
events will take place at the
Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 25
Washington Avenue. Miami
Beach.

An event of social significance
will be the First Annual Victory
Donor Luncheon and third birth-
day party which will be held
Monday, March 23rd at 1:45 p. m.
at the Grossinger Hotel by the
Miami chapter of the Women's
Division, American Jewish Con-
gress. Mrs. Rachel Vixman,
guest of honor, is the national
chairman of the organization and
will arrive from New York City
Sunday. Also appeanny on the
program will be Rabbi C< iman A.
Zwitman who will speak on
"Seeds of Victory," Mayor Val
C. Cleary and his wife and Mrs.
Bertram Raff, vocalist, who will
render a group of ballads. A vic-
tory tableaux will be presented
by Charlotte Frank and Phyllis
Glasser under the direction of
Dorothy Lightman. Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff will deliver the in-
vocation and Mrs. Moses Krieger,
president, will give the welcom-
ing address. Mrs. L. Glasser,
membership chairman, will give
a brief talk on "Membership in a
Nutshell." Mrs. S. H. Lutsky,
chairman of the affair will pre-
side. Committee in charge of ar-
rangements is Mrs. S. H. Lutsky
and Mrs. L. Glasser. co-chairmen,
assisted by Mrs. A. J. Tobin. Mrs.
Moses Krieger, Sadie Wiener and
1 Mrs. A. E. Woolfe.
A Local Jewish Institution Meeting a
Jewish Need
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710 S. W. 12th Avenue
Phone 3-3431
Orthodox and Reform Rituals Observed
A Service to Meet Every Financial Circumstance!
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE
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Under the Supervision of
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of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
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KING'S. .2^5
KOMMENTS ~e *
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion oi The Jewish Floridian
Their cleaning their gloves
To fight for their loves
On this coming Monday night
For what they think is right
Even though some big givers express desire
To keep their whole iron in the fire
And others regardless of what's said
Have made up their minds ahead
King hopes they'll dismember
The true facts remember
When the budget deciding
To keep these things riding.
ENJOY A REAL "ONEG YOM TOV"SPEND
Passover at Park Central
640 OCEAN DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH
Announcing to all that
the Park Central Hotel and
Dining Room will be open
to the public for the entire
Passover Holidays with
the renowned
Cantor
JOSEF
MALEK
Conducting the Sedarim
in true Passover spirit and
CANTOR JOSEF MALEK traditional manner.
under the supervision of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gartenberg Mr. and Mrs J. Schechter
PHONE 5-5855
FOR RESERVATIONS
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
Enjoy a Really Delightful
Passover Holiday at
Andron's Alamac Hotel
Impressive Seder Services
(Dietary Observance)
For Reservations Phone 5-2956
Special Meal Rat** for Holidays
Collins Avenue at 13th Street
FEDERATION BRIEFS
Federation Workers Join
Armed Forces
Many Federation workers have
already been called or are volun-
teering in the armed forces of the
United States. Latest to leave is
Jerome H. Weinkle, chairman of
the Youth division of the 1942
Campaign. His absence is keen-
ly felt since, under his direction,
the Youth Division did an out-
standing job this year.
Marvin Goldman has been act-
ing in Mr. Weinkle's place since
his departure and has been carry-
ing on the splendid work started
by Mr. Weinkle.
Collection Committee to Swing
Into High Gear
Now that the Federation Cam-
paign is completed, the standing
committees are organizing their
work. Monte Selig, chairman of
the Collections Committee, is call-
ing for the payment of every
pledge as quickly as possible.
"Your contribution, to be of help
to the people we serve, must be
paid on time." Members of the
1942 Collections Committee will
soon be announced by the chair-
man.
CITIZENSHIP CLASSES TO
BE HELD HERE NEXT WEEK
Free Naturalisation Class
Locations
Ada Merritt Jr. High School, S.
W. 7th Avenue and 3rd Street, j
Room 110, Monday through Fri-i
day, 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; High-
land Park School. Room 18, Mon- |
day through Friday, 4 to 6 and 7
to 9 p. m.; Southside School, Mon- j
day, Wednesday and Friday, 2 to
4 p. m.; Y. M. H. A., S. W. 16th
Avenue and 5th Street, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 2 to 4 p.
m.; Central Beach Elementary
School, 14th Street and Drexel
Avenue, Miami Beach, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 4 to 9 p.
m., Tuesday and Thursday, 4 to
8 p. m.; Gesu Church, N. E. 1st
Avenue and 2nd Street, (auditor-
ium,) Monday through Friday,
1 to 5 p. m.
Aliens desiring to enroll in ci-
tizenship classes can apply at any
of the above locations most con-
venient to their home or business
addressor telephone Adult Edu-
cation Project 3-3260 for further
information.
MAX'S
DELICATESSEN &
RESTAURANT
1131 W. Flagler St.
TELEPHONE 2-9392
We Carry a Full Line Of
MATZOHS. WINES
And All
PASSOVER
ACCESSORIES
We Advise You to Place Your
Orders Early as There is Only
Two More Weeks to Passover
VEGETABLE SHORTENING IS!
NOW AVAILABLE IN MIAMI
DAIRY PRODUCTS
STRICTLY KOSHER FOR PASSOVER
Under the Supervision of
RABBI ABRAHAM A. KELLNER
of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
RABBI MOSES MESCHELOFF
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
GRADE "A" MILK COTTAGE CHEESE
SWEET CREAM SWEET BUTTER
SOUR CREAM BUTTERMILK
WHITE BELT DAIRY
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW
N. W. 32nd AVENUE PHONE 7-2411
Chicket, an all vegetable short-
ening with a chicken-like flavor,
has been made available locally in
all of the grocery and delicatessen
markets in the Greater Miami
area. A parve product, Chicket
is Kosher for Passover under the
supervision of Rabbi Herschel
Koenigsberg of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Smelling, tasting and looking
like chicken fat, the new sub-
stance of buttercup yellow is a
combination of peanuts and co-
conut and soy bean oils together i
with other ingredients. With a
versatility claimed unequalled by
its manufacturers, its use range
is unlimited including chicken
soup, the taste of which can not
be distinguished by the use of
Chicket instead of original chick-
en fat.
The product is distributed lo-
cally by National Brands, Inc. and
is manufactured by Agash of New
York.
Do your part for the armed
might of your country, buy De-
fense Bonds and Stamps.
Poui Available Locally
"The all vegetable short-
ening with the chicken
like flavor"
CHIKET
SMELLS LIKE
TASTES LIKE
LOOKS LIKE
RICH CHICKEN FAT
Parve-Kosher
For Passover
ncs6 too
If your grocer cannot sup-
ply you call National
Brands, Inc.
PHONE 2-7401
CANTOR SAMUEL KELEMER
who will chant services at the
Miami Beach Jewish Center Fri-
day evening and Saturday.
KEEP EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
NEW MODER
ty
RANGES
DO MORE COOKING
WITH LJJJ FU^
PEOPLESs^^^COMPANV
Hollywood Fl. Liudngili Miami Buch
Try
AGASH
French Dressing
Contains Pure
Olive Oil
These products carry a
money back guarantee if
not satisfactory.
Passover at the Hotel Evans
is a Tradition
REV. HERMAN MARBEIN
Cantor of Beth David Synagogue
ASSISTED BY LOUIS GREEN
will conduct the
BEAUTIFUL SEDER SERVICES
First Sedar Wednesday Night April 1. 6:30 P. M.
Second Sedar Thursday Night April 2. 6.30 P. M.
Reserve Now for the Entire Holiday and Food Service
HOTEL EVANcT
Telephone 5-4611 Collins Avenue at 10th Street

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TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tfMdty Qon(lcU*Uiai
.By PHINEAS I. BIROH-
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE
P. O. BOX 2973______________
Entered as Second Class Matter July 4. 1930. at
the Post Office of Mian-.:. Flonaa, ur.der
the Act of March 3. 1S79__________
^THE STRUMA"
A creat deal has been said about the
"St^mS" tragedy. From every corner of *e
country- has come indignation and sorro* *
the live, of so many refugees, or e%en one.
wire so carelessly and inhumanly endangered
and lost. No loss can have been so grec. as
Sie reecless death of those refugees who. by
L very position aboard that boat were as
Such JoLades-m-arms in the fight for free-
dom as the soldiers on every front line in the
world.
Thek death, therefore, is as much a victory
for the Nazi side as is a retreat on our military
front No amount of indignation or sorrow,
however will bring the dead back. Bu there
must be mis. There must be our certamtv that
-* Strums -ill not happen again. We must
.-- ,.,.--; has to be done to avoid re-
currence is coing to be done. We owe the
dead ~ debt of honor. We must at the very
!ecs: wipe out the ir.d:rr.::y me futility.the
causelessness of their death. rVe can not let
_..-_ jetjec- fro- democratic .-eels happen
again in our camp. Remember the Struma.
swimorsTnk
-- the days when Hitler a:a more talking
._-" .----.- "he was forever repeating the
aght that if the Germans had a.1 of the Uk-
raine they would swim in plenty. Perhaps this
will come true ct least per. ways, for the Rus-
sian snows cue melting and now we hear from
the Nans that their spring offensive in Russia
will have to be delayed or at least not waged
full force because the thawing of the snows
turns the Russian roads into rivers of mud.
Hitier may swim in plentyof mudand sink.
However, we must not allow wishful think-
ing to rule us. The situation is far from good.
Fred K. Shochet. Unging_Editor_
SUBSCRIPTION^ $^
One Year. S2 :0_________
^S^F^RIDA FRIDAY MARCHJO^
rcrt:cr. :: Russia .
n.m \- r--- too is expecting .- teei uw
-r ,r"C--'- within me next weeks.
Sr^SSidT wTremember bdlymore
--- ; ;;". ..,- -.--.: when h::.e: stccc -
-- Z .""-V-"- ^ Palestine and lews ex-
*-"e ''e--'_r::~::".il the N SSMta^Si^SrS!- but of a bidden.
he^uSd Russia md Palestine was saved
.--.,.. 8 the British :krim-*c reports
^;.;-":, ::: ......ev are in a bettei pot*
ran this ;^_---;_--.."V ^ Neai Eat
^^f"-:r:-^restance bo*
former.... .--------------- ^ .....
in the light :: :*:*- ev-* ----. -".".:.;::
siderably. Yet far = .- J ^J^^^Ger
we know the: we ye: shall mumpn -^ --- -_
mans might h=ye known t to ngago.werew
not for a fatal lack of simple .........- =-
in their make-up. The ice- mat = r.='-on 0.
eighty million people, however =r:g.-: me.
may think themselves, suppressing ana tramp-
ling on two millions of people for any length
of time is fundamentally stupid.
aon
however,
COURSE OF ACTION
"Our first and most important problem is to
do everything that lies in our power to help win
this war; the second is to help our fellow Jews
cbrocd, who are the outstanding victims of Na-
zi cruelty. And this help can be brought to our
fellow Jews only if we are truly united and
intelligently organized."
Report by the Convention of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbi.
Buy Defense Bonds and Stamps for Victory.
HEINZ
unjoin w"
SEABOARD
SPEEDS UP!
WAR ECHOES
What's this about Thomas Mann, William Dieterle and Lion
r.uehtwanqer, world-famous anti-Nazis aU, being subjected to
Ml the red tape designed to keep enemy alien fifth columnists
nder control7 We don't believe it, but if it were true we'd
be disgusted David A. Brown, of whom we reported to you
the other column, is still the president of the American Friends
o{ China He writes in to assure us that we will "lick the
cents off" Japan ... Jay Allen, the newspaper correspondent,
is now in New York writing up his experiences which include
a so-ourn in a French jail last year Allen's conversations
with Petain will convince everybody, including some of the
vlchy-cppecsers of the American Clivedon Set, that the old
Marshal is a rabid anti-Semite Harry Hershfield wants to
know whether Hitler's Dorian's statement that he has no inten-
tion of handing over the French fleet to the Nazis can be called
' La Bull France."
MILITARY INTELLIGENCE
Good for Hollywood's young Carl Laemmle Turned down
by the Army because he failed to meet the minimum height re-
auirements. he spent months doing all sorts of exercises that
finally enabled him to reach the military tape measure ... And
now he's in uniform Harold, son of I. J. Fox, largest fur re-
tailer in the country, has enlisted as a private in the Air Corps.
Harold's greatest ambition is to spell out the name I. J. Fox in
skywriting over Berlin Author Konrad Bercovici is doing his
bit by lecturing, under Army auspices, to foreign-born draftees.
RELIGIOUS NOTES
Memo to the rabbis among our readers Your Uncle Sam
would be very much interested in receiving copies of any ser-
mons you preach about the war, and particularly of sermons
that mention defense bonds and stamps ... If you have any
such manuscripts in your files now, or when you do have them
in the future, send them on to Mr. Edward Mayle, Religious Press
Division, Defense Savings Staff, Treasury Department, 709 12th
Street. N. W., Washington, D. C. A piece of unusual original
research has been published by Simon A. Nehausen, Baltimore
scholar and author Entitled "Torah Ohr Lho-Rambam," this
Hebrew-language work lists 300 Biblical passages to be found
in the works of Moses Maimonides, and cites the original
sources ... An interesting brace of Seders is being arranged
for the students of the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Balti-
more, where the student body of 90 includes natives of no less
than fifteen countries The services will be conducted in He-
brew, of coursebut an you imagine how polyglot the inciden-
tal conversation will be? The Yeshiva, by the way, has two
new buildings under construction, and hopes to be able to ac-
commodate an enlarged enrollment of 150 before long.

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19 HRS., 40 MINS.
to Washington on the
ORANGE
BLOSSOM
SPECIAL
Orerl boon fatter than l.i-i leaion.
Diesel-powered, \ir-i onoitionea.
All-Pullm.m. 1 lull car. lounge car.
11 t 11 nj rjr-.
NEW THROUGH SLEEPING CAR SERV-
ICE TO BOSTON AND NEW ENGLAND
Iv. Miami 3 30 P M.
SILVER METEOR
Amtrica't Mott Famout Slrtamlintr
Die-el-|>overe,l. Air*condilioned.
I)eU:\e ro.irh.'-. -leeping cars to
?Si.\* ^ ork and the r..i-t. Coach leHi
mu-t he reserved in advance.Three
feature car".
Iv. Miami 9:35 A.M.
New trains. "SUN QUEEN," and
"PAL MLAND" now in service.
Contult Tickl Agnt or
T. W. Uafan, A G.P.A, 173 E. Flagl.r St
Miami. Itlj 3-8391
GO MODERN!
GO SEABOARD!
Our rship campaign, ac-
I test r irts, is not
inj great number of
due tn the apathy
membership.
announced by Brother Har-
old Turk. the mem-
it is the pur-
the Lodge to
largest in the
Lodge. There is
only way this goal can be accom-
by each mem-
ting in one new mem-
Also at our April installation.
both 1 ind Fort Laud-
erdale L have been invited
and 8 xpected.
You can pay personal tribute to
Brothi : S 1 Gol Lstrom by bring-
ing in one new member. Re-
member, the April initiation class
will be named in his honor, in
ration of his fiftv yean
as an active Ben B'rith.
Brother Harold Turk, chairman
of the membership committee,
announces the following commit-
appointments:
licity: Fred Shochet, Paul
W( itsman, Al Green.
Chairman of the captain's com-
mittee: Milton Friedman.
Chairman of the committee of
past presidents of Sholem Lodge:
Ike Levin.
Past chairman membership
committee: Leo Eisenstein. Rudy
Adler. Sol Goldstrom.
Brother Turk also announces
that there will be other commit-
tee appointments which will be
announced later. Also each week
a list of the captains and mem-
bers who procure new members
will be publicized. Do your part
and get at least one new mem-
ber. ,.
At the last meeting a resolution
was passed by the resolution
i committee expressing the Lodges
appreciation to Fred Shochet tor
his continued cooperation m pub-
licizing of news and activities
concerning the Lodge.
Brother Milton Friedman, a
Z. A., advised that a Youth ana
Democracy Rally will be held
March 25th at 7:15 in the Miam
High School auditorium, ino
rally is sponsored by practically
all the local Youth Clubs in W
Miami area, including the A. ft
A.. Y. M. C. A.. Y. M. H. A. Hi-Y
and other local organizations.
We know you will enjos &
evening in which the youth
our country will have an oppw-
tunity to express their feeling
about democracy. nin.
The sale of tickets for the V
ner Dance at the Latin Quarts
March 29 is PrgehSy
A luncheon was held Thuiw^
sponsored by the ticket comnw
tee, on Miami Beach, and
sale of a great number of t
was reported. This ",*
sponsored by .the Bnai Igj
Women's Auxiliary and promi
to be the highlight of the soc
season. rt any
For tickets Ptew^ffiiiatT
of the members of thepAJ^Sir
or Brothers Al Pallet rSa ro^
ver. We understand thai d
of each ticket is going
work. hpr and
Get your crowd together
11 \L ai Pal ot for rese'
call Mrs. Al Pallot for
tions. ____
Have you bought yo"1
fense Bonds yet?
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PAGE FIVE
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenua Miami Beach
DR- SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferaon Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services Schedule
Daily Services--------------8 A. M.
Evening Services----------6 P. M.
Saturday------------------------ A. M.
Oneg Shabbat-----------------5 P. M.
Sabbath Services
This Friday night at 8 o'clock
Rabbi Leon Spitz will preach on
the subject. "Do we have any
Prophets Today?". Cantor Sam-
uel Kelemer will officiate with
the assistance of The Jewish Cen-
ter Choir. On Saturday morn-
ing Dr. Samuel Bension will
preach on the Scriptural Lesson
and Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will
officiate. The children's choir
service is at 10:30 and kiddush
will be served to the children in
;:ie Succah at noon. Dr. Ben-
sion will teach the Adult Pro-
phetic Text class at five o'clock
and the oneg Shabbos repast will
be spread at six o'clock. Samuel
Kelemer comes to the center by
the courtesy of the Grossinger
Hotel, he is one of the youngest
cantors and composers, has held
posts at New York and Los An-
geles and has appeared in the
Yiddish movies.
Sisterhood Garden Party
Please patronize the next de-
lightful social event of the sea-
son, the Sisterhood Garden Party
at the Blackstone Hotel Patio on
Thursday night, March 26th.
Every lady who gives or earns the
amount of six dollars is entitled
to attend and to bring a gentle-
man escort with her to the party.
Tin i lit ire proceeds will go to the
Sisterhood.
The Passover Sedarim
The first Seder will be held
on Wednesday evening and the
second on Thursday evening,
April 2nd. The Center will hold
Public Seders on both of these
nights to which all the Jewish
boys in the armed services are in-
vited. For civilian friends re-
servations are being made now
and the charge is five dollars per
person for both seders. Dr. Sam-
uel Bension and Cantor Josef S.
Lengyel will officiate.
Passover Fund
Passover fund contributions are
I coming in generously. The list
is heal d with a donation of fifty
[dollars by Mrs. Sarah Suisman of
W Hartford. The Rabbi urges
[additional donations large and
smail for Pesach to take care of
the needy for Passover hospital-
I lty
Unveiling and Siyum Hasefer
The unveiling of the Memorial
I as carried out with sol-
[emn ritual and impressive ex-
I by Dr. Samuel Bension,
- I.eon Spitz and Cantor
S. Lengyel. Following the
[memorial there was held the cele-
[bration of the Siyum Hasefer do-
|nate(| by Mr. and Mrs. William
Weinberger in memory of their
[daughter, Ida. The music for the
Horah procession was furnished
[by courtesy of Mr. Nat Hankoff
and Mr. Jos. M. Rose.
Dances for Soldiers
Under the auspices of the Cen-
j Socia' League a very jolly
sanco was held last Saturday
light for the soldiers in U.S.A.
service. Dances for this pur-
pose will be given every Satur-
day night at the Center's patio.
bnT "V uniforrr> are admitted free
?nd others are charged a modest
Our New Officers
inih TucSaay evening, March
' :.al the annual membership
T,?-'?Bof The Miami Beach
Jewish Center the following new
onicrrs were elected to serve
aunng the coming term: M. H.
iVnj President; Samuel Fried-
aWu V1? President; Herman M.
Tin 1 Vlce President; Harry Sir-
inn lreasurer; J. J. Falk, record-
nan ?fretary; Leo Robinson, fi-
nancial secretary
ooard of directors: Abe Sele-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. B. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-774S
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
Itabbl Emeritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 l.ii ;..:. Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matter* 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.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
Phone 4-0106
2263 S. W. 21et Terrace
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 20th,
8:15 p. m., Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will speak on the subject,
"The Far East and its Nearness
to Our Interests."
Musical services will be ren-
dered by the Temple Israel Choir.
Reception for worshipers will
be given by the Sisterhood after
the services.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, March 21st,
11 a. m., Congregational partici-
pation, Torah reading and inter-
pretation of weekly portion.
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. L. Arkin an-
nounce the Bar Mitzvah celebra-
tion of their son, Jules, to be held
at the Temple services this Sat-
urday morning at 11 a. m. A
reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah, will be tendered after
the services.
Men's Club
Harold B. Spaet, president, and
Isaac Joffe, program chairman of
the Temple Israel Men's Club, an-
nounce a Father and Son dinner
will be sponsored by the Men's
Club on Thursday, March 26th, in
Kaplan Hall.
The Men's Club will also be
in charge of the Temple services
on Friday evening, March 27th.
At this service, designated as
Men's Club Sabbath, the address
will be given by Isaac Joffe on
the subject, "Judaism Plus or
Minus." The services will be
conducted by members of the
Men's Club.
Temple Seder
As a service of accommodation
to our Temple members, the an-
nual Passover Seder will be held
on Wednesday evening, April 1st,
in Kaplan Hall, under Sisterhood
sponsorship.
Due to the limited number of
reservations which can be ac-
cepted for this catered dinner,
our Temple members are advised
to avail themselves of the privi-
lege which their membership
grants them, by filling out the
reservation blank in the Bulletin.
Reservations are open only to
Temple members and their famil-
ies. If. after March 27th, some
seats at the Temple Seder will
still be available, then tourists
and guests will be admitted. We
therefore urge our members to
make their reservations before
March 27th, accompanying these
with their check.
Service men in the nearby
camps have been invited to the
Seder as guests of the Sisterhood.
Religious School Notes
A School Board and Teachers
Meeting will take place Wednes-
day evening, March 25th at 8:00
o'clock at the home of Mrs. I. M.
Weinstein, 133 N. E. 91st Street.
The Religious School will hold a
Model Seder on Sunday morn-
ing, March 29th, at which time
the children will participate in
the Passover ritual and be in-
structed in procedure of the Se-
der. Felicia Orovitz, Lawrence
Fall and Carol Adler conducted
the Sunday morning assembly
service as part of the celebration
of their birthdays during the past
week. At next Sunday morning s
assembly the birthdays- of Phyllis
Rosenthal and Jules Arkin will
van. Samuel R. Sherman Joseph
M. Rose, N. H. Hankoff. M Berk,
Hyman Berman David Miller,
Raymond Rubin, Leon L. Stoller,
M Lippman. ,
The following directors have
been carried over from the past
year and continue to serve. Dr.
J B Coleman, Baruch Holman,
Kolman Luria, Henry Spero, Alex
Sussman.
Daily
Mornings at................7 and 8:30
Evenings at .............7:15 and 7:45
Saturday
Morning services at 7 and 9;
Junior Congregation at 9 A. M. in
our Community Building; After-
noon at 7:00; Shalosh S'oodoss at
7:30 P. M.. Rabbi Mescheloff
speaking on "The Portion of the
Week;" evening service at 8:00
o'clock.
Bar Mitzva
Ralph Levin and Avron Rifkin
will celebrate their becoming of
age during the Sabbath morning
services. The rabbi will address
the boys after their bar mitzva
speeches. Cantor Mamches will
chant the services.
Habanoth
The Victory Chapter of the
Habanoth are planning a third
Seder celebration to be held April
4th. Sunday evening. They are
working on an appropriate pro-
gram. They are also planning a
membership picnic for the middle
of next month. They meet next
Tuesday at 7:30 at the home of
Mrs. Decky, co-sponsor with Mrs.
Mescheloff.
Young Judeans
The Young Judea Chapter has
welcomed its new sponsor, Mrs.
Anna Slotsky, and is enjoying
some very interesting meetings
each Thursday at 7:30 at the syn-
agogue.
Scouts
The Scouts are stressing de-
fense work in their activities.
They meet Wednesdays at 7 P.M.
Passover Questions
Rabbi Mescheloff can be
reached at the synagogue or at
his home at all times to answer
any Passover questions. He is
happy to render this important
service.
Mizrachi Celebration
Our Mizrachi organization of
Miami Beach celebrated its third
anniversary at our Community
Building last Saturday night
with a package party. A large
attendance turned out for the
occasion.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
115 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
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.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1545 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon----------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha_________________5:30 p. m.
Maariv__________________6:00 p. m.
Saturday.....
.9:00 a. m.
be celebrated. A beautiful new
Sunday School room, decorated
and enclosed, has been added by
partitioning the northeast corner
of Kaplan Hall. This project was
under the supervision of Herman
Wall, to whom cordial thanks
are hereby extended by the Tem-
ple board and school board.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and
comfort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday eve-
ning the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Yahrzeits: Jacob Herman, fath-
er of Mrs. Henry A. Kauffmann;
Eva Hirsohn, mother of Mrs.
Theodore Firestone; Harris Rus-
kin, father of Dan B. Ruskin;
Henry Bronner, father of Marvin
Bronner; Mary Turk, sister of
Jack Bernstein; Herbert Meyer,
brother of Sidney Meyer: Hy-
man Weitz, father of Max Weitz.
The floral offering of last Fri-
day was presented by Mrs. Sam-
uel C. Brophy in in memory of
her mother.
FT. LAUDERDALE
PIONEER SHEET
METAL WORKS
Geo. Sturges 8c Son
510 S. E. 6th Avenue
Phone 263-W
FT. LAUDERDALE. FLA.
Buy Defense Bonds Today.
Late Friday Evening Services
At 8:15 Rabbi Max Shapiro will
conduct the services and Cantor
Henry Marbein will chant. Rab-
bi Shapiro will discuss the sub-
ject," "Patria, StrumaEnough
of Quislings and Appeasers."
An Oneg Shabbos in the audi-
torium immediately after the ser-
vices arranged by Mr. and Mrs.
Max Halpern in honor of their
wedding anniversary.
Junior Congregation Services
Junior services will be con-
ducted Saturday morning at 10:30
o'clock.
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, Mr.
Harry Simmons, 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
contact the secretary 2-3151.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten
whose names are inscribed in our
Memorial Book of Life will be
observed this month of Nissan:
the anniversary candle is lit the
evening before the English date
mentioned, and the Kaddish be-
gins the same evening until sun-
set of the day mentioned: Miriam
Rochel, mother of Mrs. Max Hal-
pern, March 19th; Yitzchock. son
of Chas. Greenberg, March 23rd;
Naphtali Hertz, husband of Anna
Greenfeld, March 24 th; Gittle
Leah, mother of Louis Mushnick,
March 25th; Moshe Mordaci, fa-
ther of Max Halpern, March 25th;
Buna Raza, mother of Jos. Ra-
bin, March 26th; Sora Rivka, in
memory of Rebecca Aaronson,
March 26th; Shloma Ahron, fa-
ther of Chas. Levenston. March
27th; Baila, mother of Mrs. J.
Engler, March 27th; Zavel Her-
shel, father of Mrs. Daisy Bre-
men. March 31st; Sorah, mother
of Jean Seitlin and Mrs. Sam
Haas, April 2nd; Clara, mother
of W. O. Steinkc, April 2nd; Yaa-
cov, husband of Mrs. Jacob Ru-
bin, April 2nd; Shloma, father of
Joe Markowitz, April 4th; Fruma
Tema. mother of Jack and Ger-
son August, April 2nd; Hannah
Leah, mother of Mrs. Louis Mar-
gulies, April 7th; Nechoma, mo-
ther of Louis Weinkle, April 7th;
Fruma Brocha, mother of Mose
M. Rippa. April 8th; Zacv, father
of Edward Friedman, April 8th;
Zalman Yoel, father of Joe Wein-
traub, April 9th; Sorah Rochel,
mother of Meyer Schwartz, April
10th; Bashyoh, mother of Lillian
Stine, April 10th; Feiga Chaya,
mother of Lawrence Sapero, Ap-
ril 11th; Mendel Yosel, brother of
Mrs. Meyer Schwartz, April 11th;
Chaya, mother of Mrs. Harry
Markowitz, April 11th; Mayer Jo-
sef, father of Isidor Brown, Ap-
ril 13th; Yisroel Moshe, father of
Wm. Perlman. April 15th.
Grand Opera Concert
A magnificent Grand Opera
performance was given last Sun-
day evening at the Temple Thea-
tre by Stella Marbiny, colora-
tura soprano and Henry Marbiny-
Marbein, tenor, under the aus-
pices of Beth David Sisterhood.
These artists who appeared
throughout Europe and the Uni-
ted States were masterful and ap-
plauded most enthusiastically.
This concert _will long linger in
the minds of" appreciative music
lovers.
Pro Patria
The congregation continues to
be in the forefront of all activi-
ties on the patriotic front. The
imminence of the coming Passov-
er holidays has provided an ad-
ded impetus and we are pleased
to announce that through the ef-
forts of a special committee we
have arranged to place eighteen
Jewish soldiers serving in this
area in the homes of our mem-
bers for both Sedorims. The
committee in charge includes Mrs.
George Chertkof, chairman; Mrs.
Abraham A. Kellner and Mrs.
John C. Temple.
Thank You Everyone
Our sages teach "In the future
when the Sacrificial cult will be
abolished the offering of Grati-
tude will be retained." We think
of these lofty sentiments when
we express sincere gratitude and
heartfelt appreciation to all the
loyal and devoted workers whose
efforts have made -our Purim ball
such a fine success. However,
we must make some exceptions
and register special thanks to the
chairman, Nathan Ginsburg, to
the president. Mr. Rifas, who to-
gether with Mrs. Rifas, sold the
largest number of tickets, and to
Harry Shulman who provided
such a splendidly entertaining
program. We were all thrilled
with the lovely rendition of songs
presented so artistically by our
own Miss Phyllis Shulman. We
must give special thanks to the
committee on refreshments, in-
cluding Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sof-
fer. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sackovitz,
Mrs. Ratner, Mrs. Meyers, and
Mrs. Holczer. The ticket commit-
tee did an excellent job, headed
by Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Mrs. A. I.
Orlansky and Mrs. Morris Bear.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Yanks
helped much to obtain refresh-
ments and Miss Alber was in
charge of prizes. To all and one,
we say many, many thanks.
Passover Preparations
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
sale of Chometz commencing
Sunday, March 22nd and will be
glad to answer all inquiries re-
garding Passover laws. A Siyum
will take place in the morning of
Erev Pessach. The classes in
the Talmud Torah and those of
the Sunday School will have a
miniature Seder on Sunday morn-
ing. March 29th and all teachers
are conducting special drills pre-
paring the children for the laws
and customs of Passover.
Congratulations
We are most happy to extend
most sincere Mazel Tov greetings
to Mr. and Mrs. Max Rifas,
president of our congregation,
upon the forthcoming marriage
of their son, Arthur Rifas, to Miss
Perle Bleadon. May the young
couple be blessed by the Al-
mighty with long life, happiness
and prosperity.
Refuo Shlemo
We extend good wishes for a
speedy and complete recovery to
Miss Shirley Stein, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stein, who
was recently operated on in Bal-
timore.
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry




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FRIDAY, MARCH
KEY WEST
NOTES
Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer of the
B'nai Zion Synagogue gave the
benediction at the SO open house
day last Sunday at Jackson
Square. Nationally known com-
mentators participated in the dis-
cussion in the presence of a large
audience composed of soldiers
and sailors.
The marriage of Alice V. Mark-
off of New York City and Henry
L. Maltzman of Brooklyn. N. Y.
was solemnized by Rabbi Lehrer.
The bride accompanied by Mrs.
Maltzman. mother of the groom,
came to Key West where Mr.
Maltzman is stationed at the Na-
val Base.
LOCAL HADASSAH GROUP
STARTS MEMBERSHIP DRIVE
Almost every ship that makes
port in Palestine these days car-
ries a Victorv Cargo made pos-
sible bv the sacrifice and hard
work of some 80.000 members
of senior Hadassah. the Women s
Zionist Organization of America,
according to Mrs. Milton Sirkin.
president of the local chapter of
the group. .
Mrs. Sirkin stated here today
during an interview that at least
thirtv tons of drugs, food, medi-
cal supplies and clothing are be-
ing sent regularly to the Holy
Land bv Hadassah in "priority
space granted by the British Min-
istry of Shipping in the United
States in recognition of our or-
ganization's work.''
As part of a nationwide plan to
observe the thirtieth birthday of
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Purim the ocal chapter nas
ford\vnh 600 other semor chap-
tors in 46 states in a Victory
Membtf8hip Campaign to enroll
a total Of 100.000 Jewish women.
Mrs. Sirkin said._______
ELiAHU :benIiorin-s a f e
AFTER A NARROW ESCAPE
The New Zionist Organization
Of America received a cable from
Eliahu Ben-Horm member of the
Presidency of the New Zionist
Organization who wasi onhis
way back to the United States
from an extended visit to South
Africa, where he was on an im-
portant mission for the organi-
sation. Mr. Ben-Horin escaped
serious injury when the ship on
which he was travelling was sunk
off the coast of the British West
Indies. He is at present in Santa
, Lucia, waiting to continue his
voyage by plane.
NAZIS EXECUTE 4 JEWS IN
NORWAY. "BRITISH AGENTS"
Stockholm (WNS)The Quis-
ling government of Norway or-
dered the execution this week of
four Jews in Trondheim who
were accused of being "British
agents." it was reported lure.
The Jews were condemned to
death after Quisling police had
charged that the Jews had list-
ened to British radio broadcasts
from London.
All tour victims were from
Trondheim. A son of on.' of the
victims was held by the police
as a hostage.
PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Mrs. Duke and daughter, Lill-
ian, left for their home in Chi-
cago.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Goldman
left for their summer home in
Massacheusetts.
Mr and Mrs. Kaufman of Flei-
schmann's. N. Y. left Tuesday
for their home. ____
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FRIDAY. MARCH 20, 1942
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PAGE SEVEN
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
THE "Y" IN DEFENSE
Passover Hospitality
With the approaching Passover
holidays beginning on Wednesday
evening. April 1st, our thoughts
turn to all the service men in
this area. Maurice Grossman,
executive director, and Mrs. Flor-
ence Hacker, chairman of the
lOTHE
Ride the famous
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To Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland
and Detroit. Lv. Miami 7:15 P.M.
Air-conditioned. Wide choice
of sleeping car accommoda-
tions; sections, bedrooms,
compartments, drawing
rooms. Buffet-lounge car.
Dining cars. Coaches. Low
rail fares.
DIESEL-POWERED
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' SEABOARD RAILWAY
NEW YORK CENTRAL SYSTEM
SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM
defense committee, are making a
thorough survey of all the mili-
tary and naval bases to deter-
mine the number of Jewish men
in this area. Everyone of the
commanders is being personally
contacted by committees ap-
pointed by Mrs. Hacker, with a
view of determining the exact
number of men, as above stated
Every man will be placed in a
Jewish home to participate in the
sedar. Arrangements are also
being made with the rabbis for
synagogue services.
The National Jewish Welfare
Board, the parent organization
of the Y. M. H. A., is the only
agency recognized by the war
and navy departments with ref-
erence to such matters. We,
therefore, ask the various indi-
viduals and organizations who
want to have service men to their
sedarim for Passover to contact
the "Y" and not the military and
naval posts. We have the facili-
ties and know how to. proceed in
such matters and if any private
individual or organization con-
tacts the military or naval posts,
they will only complicate mat-
ters. Please contact us concern-
ing hospitality for service men
for Passover
Service Men's Dance
Saturday Night
The regular bi-weekly dance
for service men will be held at
the Y. M. H. A. this Saturday
night, March 21. Molka Reich's
Portable Theater Group will fur-
nish entertainment. Mrs. Flor-
ence Hacker announces that the
members of the Ladies' Auxiliary
of the Jewish War Veterans will
act as guest hostesses for the eve-
ning.
Lectures on Gases
A series of lectures on gases
will be held at the Y. M. H. A.
commencing Tuesday evening,
March 24, at 8 o'clock. These
lectures are being given under
the auspices of the Dade County
Defense Council and are for cer-
tified and registered wardens on-
ly. Lectures are being given by
Capt. Andrew Bergida. Only
those persons who are authorized
and registered wardens and have
received their credentials by the
Dade County Defense Council
may attend these lectures.
"Y" Loses in Gold Ball
The Y. M. H. A. cagers did not
enter the third round of the J. M.
C. A. Tenth Annual Gold Ball
Tourney, when they were defeat-
ed by a strong Stanton Memorial
Quintet by the close score of
29-26 in an overtime game. Jack
Rosen, star Y eager, was one of
the stars of the game. This ends
the basketball season for the
Y. M. H. A., who under Manager
Lefty Schemer, had one of the
best years to date.
Congrats to all you boys.
Y Bowling Banquet Set
After twenty-one weeks of play
in the Y. M. H. A. Semi-Annual
ft
A O-Aeiiachen V^kach
"HOME MILK
Producers Association
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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 ol
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:
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
MM N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-7696
Miami
813 Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 613
Fort Lauderdale
Duckpin Tourney recently con-
cluded, more than fifty partici-
pants will be guests of the Y. M.
H. A. at a banquet to be held on
Thursday, March 26 at a fine en-
tertainment emporium to be an-
nounced by the committee. Write
or call Mr. Grossman at the Y for
reservations. Dinner and show
complete for $1.65 per head.
Y. W. H. A.
Evening With Books, March 25
Mrs. Joel Belov, chairman of
the Book of the Month Club, an-
nounces that plans have been
completed for a very novel,
unique and interesting evening
called "An Evening with Books,"
which will be held at the "Y"
on Wednesday evening, March 25.
The following women will give
brief three minute reviews of in-
teresting books: Mrs. Sylvia Feld-
man, Miss Frances Ginsberg, Mrs.
Florence Hacker, Mrs. Marcella
Heiman, Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Mrs.
Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Victor Mell,
Mrs. S. B. Miller, Mrs. Renee
Washer, and Mrs. Miriam Sager.
A social hour will follow.
Passover Tea
The Annual Passover Tea of
the Y. W. H. A. will be held at
the "Y" on Sunday afternoon,
April 4. This is an annual event
with the Y. W. and an elaborate
program is being planned by Mrs.
S. B. Miller, chairman of the
Passover Tea Committee. More
details will be given later.
Girl Scouts
Miss Frances Ginsberg. Scout
Mistress of Troop 23. announces
that a Court of Awards and In-
vestitures will be held at the Y
next Tuesday evening, March 24,
at 8 o'clock. All parents and
friends are cordially invited. A
short and interesting program
will take place, after which re-
freshments will be served.
RUTH BROTMAN
who will render several selec-
tions at the Donor Dinner Dance
at the Victor Hotel March 22nd.
MRS. WITTICHEN IS ELECTED
ON BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JOBS PRODUCING FOOD FOR
VICTORY AWAIT 53 GRADS
New York (WNS) Fifty-thfee
young men, forty-one of whom
are Jewish, ranging in age from
20 to 23, will step into the ranks
of the nation's producers of food
for victory, immediately on gra-
duating from the National Farm
School, Bucks County, Pa., March
22nd. Each will have completed
three years of practical training
in the allied agricultural sub
jects that are taught there.
Mrs. M. F. Wittichen of Coral
Gables has been elected to the
Board of Directors of Highlands
Hammock, Inc. L. G. Scoggin,
director of State parks, in making
the announcement, advises that
the Highlands Hammock, Inc. is
an organization of laymen who
have as their stated objectives the
stimulation of interest in High-
lands Hammock State Park.
Buy Defense Bonds and De-
fense Stamps NOW!
We Invite You For
PASSOVER
to the
London Arms
Hotel
Spend the entire Passover
week at the London Arms
at practically no added cost.
Spend a nice vacation and
enjoy the best in food, room
and service.
Rabbi M. Silver
will conduct the Sedarim
Kashrus Strictly Observed
Make reservations now
Phone 5-2103
727 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach
I i
Have you bougnt your De-
fense Bonds yet?
for freedom
LEVINSON FOOD SPECIALTIES CO.
Sole Distributors for
MANISCHEWITZ ROKEACH
Products Kosher for Passover
165 N. E. 24th Street
Phone 3-6921
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PAGE EIGHT
+Jeisti Hcridian
FRIDAY, MARCH 20,
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxcrman
What? No Gefilte Fish?
And still the stories of dis-
crimination pile up War or
no war Up at Fort Lauder-
dale, a public fishing pier ex-
tending out over government wat-
ers is sporting a new sign paint-
ed in green letters: "This pier for
gentiles only" We suppose
that's to keep the fish from be-
ing contaminated by Jews .
We hope Nazi propaganda hasn't
filtered down to the fish yet. so
that they'll stop biting at Jewish
fishing lines What will be do
on Friday nights for our gefilte
fish?
Another story we hear will re-
bound to the detriment of one of
the largest cigarette manufactur-
ing companies in the country if it
is proven correct ... An advertis-
ing representative of the com- i
pany, touring Florida in search of'
photographs, asked for models [
but specified that they not be I
Jewish Queried why. he said i
it was the policy of the company.
All in the interests of that
national unity to which President
Roosevelt referred in his recent
speech?
Re: "Educational Institutions"
For the information of parents
seeking private schools for their
children, we would like to ad-
vise those of the Jewish faith to
avail themselves of facilities oth-
er than the Cushman school in
order to save time, trouble and
embarrassment ... It seems sur-
prising to find an educational in-
stitution today that fosters ideals
of discrimination on the basis of
faith.
Parochial schools, whose curri-
cula are built around Catholic-
ism and which are supported by
the Catholic church, will accept
students of other faiths that wish
to attend Yet, here is a
school of no special sect that re-
fuses further admittance to stu-
dents of one religious group .
(It does have two or three Jew-
ish students) We are glad
they told us that they no longer
want Jews when we inquired the
other day We trust no Jewish
parents will bother the school
any more.
We Want Unitv
Recently we learned that a
small-time entertainer, a magi-
cian, had made a caustic anti-Se-
mitic remark while giving
show before an American Legion
group Subsequent investiga-
tion revealed that the man had
entertained at some 30 army
camps along the eastern sea-
board, booking his own act
through army morale officers .
He denied, however, that he had
made any anti-Semitic remarks
In the campssaying that he
"kept his nose clean there."
His anti-Semitic comments be-
fore the legionnaires were based
on his inability to land a job with
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road, Miami Baacfc
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackorsky
A bar mitzvah celebration will
take place at Congregation Gates
of Prayer this coming Sabbath
morning, March 21st. The cele-
brant will be Myron Soil of 1059
Collins Avenue.
The Congregation, which has
launched a Passover fund to aid
the needy during the Passover
holiday, has appealed to the
members of the community to
contribute generously to this
worthy cause.
This coming Sabbath Rabbi Jo-
seph Rackovsky, spiritual leader
of the congregation, will address
the bar mitzvah and will also
speak on the subject "Sacrifice."
Congregation Gates of Prayer
holds services each morning and
each evening at its address, 230
Lincoln Road, corner of Collins
Avenue, Miami Beach.
Palatial Kosher Restaurant
265 N. E. SECOND STREET
OFFERS A
COMPLETE
Passover Holiday
Unsurpassed in detail of pre-
paration servicecuisine
refinement and hospitality.
Breakfast. Luncheon and
Dinner, as well as a la carte
service. Special rates for
the entire Passover Week.
Morton S. Fagan
Management
UJ
Sader Ritual
will be conducted
on both nights by
the popular Cantor
Louis Hayman
Golden-Voiced
Tenor
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a certain New York booking ag-
ency which runs the USO shows
in army camps ... This agency,
we understand, pays for some tal-
ent, although men like Al Jolson
give their services free, even
paying their own expenses .
The magician opined that Jews
controlled the booking agencies,
as well as the whole entertain-
ment business, and that conse-
quently 90 per cent of the army
entertainers were Jewish.
That's the first time we ever
heard of a non-Jew charging that
Jews were discriminating against
him because of his religion .
it's usually the other way around.
Interesting to note is the fact
that the New York booking agen-
cy which the magician was blam-
ing as the cause of his inability
to get a USO job, is not Jewish.
Also worthy of comment is that
the fellow and his wife averaged
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LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I'hillp Rome? and Samuel Sussiikim
an- engaged in buslneHa under the
fictitious name "f ROMER'S F<>l >
CENTERMEAT DEPARTMENT al
545 4l.it Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
and Intend to register said fictitious
name In the office "i the Clerk ..f the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
I'lllLIL ROMER
SAMUEL SLSSMAN
Sol,- (iwners
OEIIROE CHERTKl IP
Attorney for Applicants
13-20-17 I ::-i"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
my Friend i* engaged in business
under the fictitious name of ROMER'S
POOD CENTERVEGETABLE DE.
PARTMENT at 545 list Street, Miami
Beach, Florida, ami Intends to reg-
ister said fictitious name hi the of.
flc- of the rink of the Circuit (Vint
i l lade County, Florida.
TONY FRIEND
Sole Owut I*
GEORGE CHERTKOF
Attorney for Applicant
13-20-27 4 :i-l"
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO (not
Inc.) and intend to reglsti r said name
with the clerk of the Circuit Court
in l >ade County, Florida.
ESTHER II BLCMENFELD
LENA C. GOLDMAN
LILLIAN It. HOFFMAN
MINNIE II. L.ESNICK
HARRY ZUKERNICK
Attorney lor Applicants
2 27 3 6-13-20-27
..NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
RAGLE TAILORING A DRY CLEAN-
INfJ t o. intends to reglstei the said
wrne with the cierk of the Circuit
ourt of Dade County, Florida
ALEX STEIN
: r. :, 6-13-20-27
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
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MRS S. STREIFF
Sole i Iwnel
$50 a week booking his own
showsbut felt that he needed
$80 a week.
When we talked to the man we
pointed out the danger of false
generalizations showed him
how he was playing into the hands
of Nazi propagandists through
his attacks on Jews Saying
that he hadn't seen it in that
light he promised not to spread
such talk hereafter We'll see
if he keeps his word.
Also for the time being, we
prevailed on a justly irate local
booking agent (Jewish) who was
getting the magician some en-
gagements NOT to wipe him off
his list We want to show the
entertainer that Jews are not mo-
tivated by such bestial instincts
as "revenge" but are more cap-
able of forgiving, turning the oth-
er cheek and upholding Christian
ethics than are many Gentiles.
For after all, were not the Chris-
tian ethics derived from our Holy
Bible?
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1801 South Andrews Avenu,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services, Friday at n
p. m. Sermon: "The Fatherhood
ofaGod and the BrothifiR
Religious School, Sunday at in
a.m. Youth Club, 11:30 am
Sisterhood meeting, Mondav at
8 p. m. "
Sewing for American R
Cross, British War Relief Sq
ciety, Bundles for America etc"
Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p m'
Temple Emanu-El is a Reform
synagogue serving all of Brow-
ard County, including Hollv.
wood, Florida.
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