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

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

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VOLUME 15No. 13
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
"Dade county residents today
stand at the crossroads in one of
the vital parts of home defense,
with the success or failure of the
S297.500 campaign of the Dade
County Community Chest hang-
ing in the balance. This drive
will close at noon today and re-
ports given by division leaders at
a luncheon meeting in the Colum-
bus hotel will show whether men
and women of this area have done
their best to insure victims of
misfortune against unnecessary
mental and physical suffering be-
cause of circumstances beyond
their control," said Bryan Hanks,
chairman of the chest drive.
"The last report, which was
made on Wednesday, showed
more than $54,000 still needed
and a total of $233,124.78 now in
hand. This needed $297,500 is
essential for the continued opera-
tion on a minimum basis of the
22 agencies of the chest that care
for all types of human woe and
misery that can be lightened.
Hundreds of volunteer solicitors
have been busy calling on men
and women, asking them to give
to the chest. But the response
has been a repetition of the cry
heard only too often during this
war "too little," and brings up
the question of whether "too
late" also will be added."
Efforts have been made by so-
licitors to reach every person in
the county to request a contribu-
tion, of at least one day's pay.
Of course, this coverage has not
been perfect, so if you have been
missed, why not sit down now
and make it your business to see
that the chest gets YOUR gift
anyway? And if you have giv-
en, can't you increase the size of
your donation? The need is great.
The chest and its 22 agencies
affect the lives of all of us and the
Jewish Welfare Bureau derives
the greatest percentage of its
financial support from that
source. We must be generous
when it comes to defending the
home front, just as we have been
generous in patriotic causes.
!"
L
NAZIS SAY U. S. RABBIS WERE
PAID BY BRITAIN FOR VIEWS
London (WNS)Nazi and Fas-
cist propaganda bureaus devoted
a considerable attention to the
statement issued last week by a
group of 57 American rabbis op-
posing the formation of a Jewish
Army in Palestine. The Nazi
radio in Paris commented that
the rabbis had been paid for their
statement by the British Govern-
ment.
The Rome radio, however,
greeted the statement with ap-
plause, stating that the American
rabbis showed a complete under-
standing of the Arab position in
Palestine. Hitherto, the Rome
radio added, the Palestine Arabs
were friendly only with the or-
thodox Jewish elements in Pal-
estine, but now their friendship
would extend to the reform ele-
ments.
PL
ESTABLISH JEWS
London (WNS)Adolf Hitler
has given his complete support
j to Japan's demand that the Vichy
government allow Japanese troops
to use the French African island
as a military base, it was reli-
ably reported here. In return
for Hitler's support, Japan has
agreed to establish a Jewish "res-
ervation" in Madagascar.
Nazi authorities are now ex-
erting pressure on Marshal Petain
to yield to the Japanese de-
mands. For some time Hitler has
been reported planning to trans-
port Europe's Jewish population
to Madagascar. Now that Japan
has entered the picture. Nazi
spokesmen are urging Japan to
become "the instrument for sav-
ing the civilization of Europe
from the Jewish danger."
In the event the deal goes
through, Japan will probably
ship the 20,000 Jewish refugees
in occupied Shanghai to Mada-
gascar. These refugees will con-
stitute the nucleus of the Jewish
"reservation," which Hitler hopes
will be large enough to take in
all of the Continent's Jews.
As one Nazi official stated re-
cently, Hitler will send all the
Jews to Madagascar and then tell
them "to shift for themselves."
n.iUR OF
ONLY 33,000 JENS
Geneva (WNS)The Jewish
Population of Vienna, in the years
before Hitler a happy and thriv-
ing community of 175,000. has
wen reduced by executions, im-
prisonment and deportations to
W.000 persons. These figures
were reported with obvious satis-
{action by Nazi Commissioner
oaldur von Shirach in an inter-
s' W in the Nazi newspaper
foolkischer Beobachter."
The Nazi commissioner stated
Wat since the Nazi occupation of
2J? the Nazis have seized
hm.ooo rooms once occupied by
Jews in Vienna. The rooms were
made available to "Aryans." he
wid He reported that most of
"h* Jewish community had been
aoportod to Polish ghettos; many
, ""Is pad been executed or sent
'o Nazi concentration camps.
The remaining 33,000 Jews in
enna. the Nazi commissioner
?r.nn dl have at their disposal
'.ooo rooms. This means that five
Jews must share one room. The
iurniture and other household
Possessions formerly owned by
am f?ave been distributed
among "Aryans."
HITLER CONSIDERED TO BE
WORLD MULTI-MILLIONAIRE
London (WNS)As a result of
the Nazi systematic confiscation
of Jewish-owned newspapers,
publishing houses and advertis-
j ing firms in Germany and in the
occupied countries, Adolf Hitler
I has become one of the wealthiest
! men in Europe, if not the whole
j world, according to authoritative
sources here.
These sources claimed that a
special committee was set up in
Berlin to supervise the Jewish-
owned properties. The Nazi
Fuehrer planted one of his most
loyal men on this central com-
mittee and actually reaps the
profits from the hundreds of
! newspapers, news agencies, ad-
! vertising firms and publishing
| houses which were seized in all
i Nazi-dominated countries. The
! Nazis took over newspapers
which were only partly owned by
i Jews or which had a number of
Jews on the board of directors.
These newspapers and other
enterprises were completely Na-
zified and the public was com-
pelled to support them. It was
estimated here that the annual
income of these properties was
about $35,000,000, which puts the
Berlin 'disciple of peace in the
multi-millionaire class.
I
Stanley C. Myers, widely
known for his activities in civic,
religious, communal and philan-
thropic endeavors, was this week
the recipient of an appointment
by Francis Biddle, attorney gen-
eral of the United States. Ap-
pointment came from Washing-
ton and announced Mr. Myers'
selection as a member of the
Enemy Alien Hearing Board for
the southern district of Florida.
The appointment was an-
nounced March 12th and Mr.
Myers together with J. Mark Wil-
COMMITTEE WILL SPONSOR
PARADE AND MASS MEETING
A committee urging all-out war
production will hold a parade and
public mass meeting at 8 p. m.
next Saturday at Bayfront Park,
Clyde A. Epperson, committee
secretary, has announced.
The parade and meeting were
arranged by Dr. Marvin Smith,
committee chairman. The com-
mittee has passed a resolution
demanding 24-hour war produc-
tion seven days a week, asserting
that only all-out production can
insure victory.
Committee members include
J. L. Mixson. Dr. H. Block. E.
Davis, Maj. C. L. Libby, Abe Kur-
man. Dr. J. H. Keene, W. M.
Wright Joseph P. McGhan,
Comdr. J. M. Murrcll, Maj. H. E.
Mason. Barco Bishop, Judge J.
C. Gramling. H. R. Jordan. Dr.
Smith, Dr. J. Murray Cox, Epper-
son, Dr. Albert Kendall and J. Y.
Gooch.
VALLATSQQNTQBE
STANLEY C. MYERS
cox, Luther Mershon of Miami
and J. Ferguson of Ocala, com-
pose the four-man board. The
state is divided under the Feder-
al .Judiciary Administration into
two parts and the Southern dis-
tirct includes all the territory
from Jacksonville south and on
a direct line west across the state
along the western coast.
Mr. Myers has served as presi-
dent of innumerable local organ-
izations including the Jewish
Welfare Bureau. Beth David
Congregation, B'nai B'rith and
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. He is an active member
of the Community Chest and is
participating in several divisions
of the present campaign. He is at
present chairman of the board of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
Compensation for services to
the government for members of
the board is $1.00 per year. An-
nouncement of meetings of the
board for enemy alien hearings
will bo made shortly.
London (WNS) Xavier Vallat,
appointed last year by Marshal
Petain to deal with the "Jewish
question" in unoccupied France,
will soon be given broad powers
which will make him virtual dic-
tator of the Jews in unoccupied
France, according to authoritative
Free French circles here.
Vallat, one of France's leading
advocates of complete "collabor-
ation" with Nazi Germany, dis-
closed this information at a meet-
ing of his associates in Nice re-
cently. The meeting had been
called to review the progress of
the anti-Jewish campaign in the
so-called "free" territory.
The Commissioner of Jewish
Questions reported that he nad
already ordered the dismissal of
at least 3,000 Jews who hold min-
er civil posts. This does not in-
clude the number of Jewish
teachers, professors, lawyers, gov- !
ernment officials and others who
were dismissed without pension
rights shortly after the advent of
the Vichy regime.
The extent of the powers soon
to be granted Vallat could not be
learned but Free French officials
expressed the opinion that the
Commissioner, a notorious anti-
Semite, would introduce even
more stringent anti-Jewish legis-
lation. They pointed out signifi-
cantely that Vallat, aware of the
lack of popular enthusiasm for his
anti-Jewish drive, was forced to
report that the dismissals of Jew-
ish civil servants were conducted
"with a liberal spirit and in the
interests of France."
PARiS IEWS FORCED TO PAY
VICTIMS OF R. A. F. RAIDS
London (WNS)The Jews of
Paris will be compelled to com-
pensate French and German vic-
tims of the recent Royal Air
Force bombing attacks on Paris
armament factories, the Nazi ra-
dio in Paris reported this week.
This move is in line with the
Nazi program to drive a wedge
between the French population
of occupied France and the
Jews. The Nazi press blamed
the Jews for the recent raids and
announced new police drives
against Jewish pro-British agents.
The victims will receive indemni-
ties from funds raised through the
sale of confiscated Jewish prop-
erty, the Nazi radio said.
EXILED NORWEGIAN HEADS
VOW VENGEANCE ON NAZIS
London (WNS)The Norweg-
ian Governmcnt-in-cxile will, in
the near future, publish a White
Paper, based on documentary evi-
dence, of Nazi and Quisling atro-
cities against Norwegians and
Jews, it was disclosed here.
Exiled Norwegian officials have
been busy for months collecting
data from escaped refugees on
the Quisling puppet government.
Sources close to the exiled Nor-
wegian government said that the
White Paper will include a pledge
to avenge all crimes committed
by the Nazis and Quislingists
against the entire civilian popu-
lation.
NOTED SPEAKERS
TO ADDRESS 1842
COUNCIL SESSIONS
William J. Shroder of Cincin-
nati and Oscar Strauss Jr. of
Atlanta will be the speakers at
the opening session of the 1942
conference of the Southeastern
Region of the Council of J. wish
Federations and Welfare Funds
at Chattanooga on March 28th
and 29th. according to Donald
Oberdorfer, Atlanta, and Hirsh
Kaplan, Nashville, co-chairman
of the program committee.
Mr. Strauss, director of the Of-
fice of Price Administration in
the Southeast, will speak on "The
Effects of the War on General
Business and Economic Life in
the South."
Mr. Shroder. chairman of the
board of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds,
and nationally known for his out-
standing work in Jewish and
non-sectarian philanthropic ac-
tivities, will address the confer-
ence delegates on "The Effects
of the War on Jewish Communal
Organization."
Professional and lay leaders of
Jewish communities throughout
the Southeast will discuss during
the two-day conference problems
facing local communities with re-
gard to army and navy service-
in the Southeast: fund-raising in
1942: latest developments in the
overseas and immigration field;
welfare fund budgeting and Jew-
ish education in the community
program. Attendance at the con-
ference will be limited to dele-
gates designated by the Coun-
cil's member agencies in the re-
gion.
An innovation at the 1942 re-
gional conference will be the in-
troduction of "Information
Please" sessions on the subjects
of campaigning in 1942 and war-
time programs of overseas and
refugee agencies.
The "Clifton Fadiman" of the
Information Please session on
campaigning will be Donald Ob-
erdorfer. of Atlanta, co-chairman
of the 1941 Atlanta Jewish Wel-
fare Fund campaign and chair-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
ANTI-JEWiSH LI
N NORWAY
Tel Aviv (WNS)A Polish ar-
my officer presented this week
at appropriate ceremonies a to-
rah scroll, which he had rescued
from a burning synagogue in Ben-
ghazi when the allied troops en-
tered the city, to a synagogue in
Tel Aviv.
Stockholm (WNS)Major Vid-
kun Quisling, who emerged as a
foremost authority on the "Jew-
ish question" following his re-
cent visits to Berlin, this week
intensified the anti-Jewish cam-
paign in Norway, ordering all
Jewish institutions in that coun-
try closed, it was reported here
by Swedish correspondents.
The order closing down Jew-
ish communal offices and othe*
Jewish institutions was believed
to be the forerunner of a bitter
anti-Jewish drive. The confisca-
tion of property owned by the
Jewish community will probably
be next on Quisling's agenda.
Quisling officials have already
issued a decree barring Jews from
entering Norway. Plans are now
under consideration to deport the
Jewish population of about 3,000.
(To give weight to its anti-Jewish
drive the Quisling regime claims
there are 10,000 Jews in Norway.)
These plans are being held in
abeyance until Hitler can put into
effect his scheme to create a huge
Jewish "reservation" either in
Russia or in Africa."


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FRIDAY, MARCH 27.
Social

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
PERSONALS
Corp. Irving Rotfort returned
to Pensacola after a brief visit
in Miami.

J. Aron Abbott is recuperating
from a recent operation at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.

Sam Luby is a patient at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital following
a recent automobile accident.

Miss Lillian Aronson of New
York is vacationing with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Marcus.

Rev. Nathan Wrooble is con-
valescing at home following an
operation at Jackson Memorial
Hospital.

Miss Mickey Bluestone left for
New York this week after spend-
ing the season with Mr. and Mrs.
M. Miller.

Mrs. Nathan Adelman is a pa-
tient at Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital where she is recuperating
from an operation.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fricdell of
Baltimore, Md., are spending a
month's vacation at the Milburn
Hotel. Miami Beach.

Boo Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Levy of Miami Beach, is
recuperating from a recent ill-
ness at Ft. Knox where he is sta-
tioned. Mrs. Levy left last week
to visit her son.
ANNIVERSARIES
ORGANIZATIONS
Workman's Circle Branch No.
692 of Greater Miami will hold
a dinner Sunday evening, March
anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
were the recipients of many con-
gratulatory messages upon the 2 "'"''"6 ""m "at the Lyceum, 25
occasion of their first wedding $hft "e *M 4 a m l
Beach. Entertainment will be
provided.
The Bialek Branch, Jewish Na-
tional Workers Alliance will hold
their second annual Third Sedar
Sunday, April 5th at 7 p. m. at
the Nemo Hotel, Collins Avenue
and 1st Street, Miami Beach.
UNVEILING
The unveiling of a tombstone
to the memory of the late Ben
Rigel of Far Rockaway, N. Y.,
will take place Sunday, March
29th at 2 p. m. at Woodlawn
Cemetery with Rabbi Abraham
Kellner officiating. Mr. Rigel
was survived by his wife, a son,
Edward Rigel; and three daugh-
ters, Mrs. Jeanctte Laschower,
Mrs. Dorothy Gurowitz and Mrs.
Rita Amstcr.
DEATHS
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz
left for St. Louis to attend the
funeral services for R. R. Gilbert,
father of Mrs. Kopelowitz, who
passed away last Friday.
BAR MITZVAH
Zelda Syman, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman. en-
tertained a group of R. A. F.
Embry-Riddle and Municipal air
cadets at her home Friday night.
Dancing and games were enjoyed
followed by a buffet supper. Mr.
and Mrs. George Burney assisted
the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shenkman
announce the bar mitzvah of
their son, Bernard, which will
take place Saturday. March 28th
at 9:30 a. m. at the Beth David
Synagogue. Friends and rela-
tives are invited.
Pvt. Dave Kronberg left for
Camp Wheeler, Ga., where he is
stationed, after visiting with his
family for several days.
Start a Dinner Set!
ADDA-PLACE
way saves you money
$45 0
1
unit
Get exactly the pieces you
need as you need them.
Unit No. 1 contains 1 Din-
ner Plate. Square Salad
Plate, Bread and Butter
Plate. Cup. Saucer. Fruit
Dish. Unit No 2: 13-inch
Platter and Vegetable Dish.
Unit 3: Vegetable Dish MIAMI STORE. DINNERWARE
Sugar with Coyer. Creamer. FIFTH FLOOR
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
tjj
Sader Ritual
will be conducted
on both nights by
the popular Cantor
Louis Hayman
WE SUGGEST EAHLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869
A reception in honor of Dr.
Dolnick and Dr. Dave Rabelsky
of Chicago will be held Saturday
night. 8 p. m. by the Bialek
Branch of the Jewish National
Workers Alliance at the Work-
man's Circle Lyceum, 25 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach.

American Women's Home De-
fense held a card party last Wed-
nesday at the Betsy Ross Hotel
for the benefit of the armed
forces of the U. S. The commit-
tee in charge were Mrs. S. Ja-
cobs, Mrs. S. Loeb, Mrs. Ida Spi-
vack and Mrs. Sarah Saperstein.

Cloyd Head, formerly director
of the Miami Players, will be the
guest speakers at the Forum,
sponsored by Miami Section Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
on Friday, March 27th, 2 p. m.,
in the Miami Beach Elks' Club,
720 West Avenue. Mrs. Harry
Marcus will conduct the con-
sumer interest part of the pro-
gram. Mrs. Herman Wepman
will be chairman.

Edward Clarke, of the Univer-
sity of Miami, will review the
book, "This Above All." by Eric
Knight, at the Spinoza Forum,
11th Street between Collins Ave-
nue and Ocean Drive, Miami
Beach, this Saturday afternoon,
3:30 p. m. Monday morning, 10:-
45 a. m., Prof. Clarke will give
Alfred Tennison's "Enoch Arden".
Tuesday evening, 8:15 p. m. there
will be an informal discussion and
poetry readings by Herman Eager
and Mrs. Nelson.

A Smorgesbord Luncheon is
being sponsored by the Dade
Chapter of the National Child-
ren's Cardiac Home, which will
take place at the Fassa Restau-
rant in the Mayflower Hotel, 1702
Alton Road, Miami Beach, on
Monday, March 30th at 12:30 p.
m. Mrs. Ida Cohen, chairman of
arrangements is being assisted by
Mrs. Joseph Miller and an active
group of members. A new dor-
mitory in the name of the Chap-
ter is well under construction on
the Home grounds at 4250 West
Flagler Street. Miami. The pro-
ceeds of this affair will hasten its
completion and the admittance
of many more children.
WE ARE RUNNING
SPECIALS
on
Turkeys, Geese, Ducks
AND ALL OTHER POULTRY
Order Your Holiday Poultry and
Eggs NowFrom
AICHTEE POULTRY & EGG
CO.. INC.
1335 N. W. 7th Ave. PH. 3-6028
BEFORE YOU BUY
see
LEON ELKIN
with
METROPOLITAN
LIFE INS. CO.
Not Best Because Biggeit
ButBiggest Because Best
GET YOUR FANCY
EXTRA FAT
POULTRY
FOR PASSOVER AT THE
MIDWEST
POULTRY CO.
1832 S. W. 8th STREET
PHONE 2-2279
H. C. Apple, Prop.
.
ORGANIZATIONS
Girl Scout Troop No. .3 under
the direction of Mrs. Evelyn
Decky donated cookies and books
to the USO club on Biscayne
Boulevard.
i-
Miaml Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will hold
its regular business meeting on
Tuesday, March 31st, 2 p. m. in
Council House, 1427 N. E. Bay-
shore Place. The nominating
committee consisting of Mrs. Ben-
jamin LeV-ne, chairman; Mrs.
Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Hyman
Pushin. and Mrs. William Shayne
will present the slate of officers
for the coming year. Nomina-
tions from the floor will be ac-
cepted at this meeting. Mrs.
Monte Selig, president, will pre-
side.
BIRTHS
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi
announce the birth of their
daughter. Zelda Loraine. at Vic-
toria Hospital last Friday.

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Saper-
stein of New York announce the
birth of their daughter born last
Sunday. Mr. Saperstein is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Saper-
stein of Miami Beach.
ENGAGED
A luncheon and bridal shower
as held recently for Miss
Seidhn. daughter of Mr and
was held recently for Miss R
Seidlin daughter of M? S
*& *Le^eidlm of PhiladeU
phia and New York, at the hZ"
of Mrs. Rudy Adl'er. To-fe
esses were Mrs. J. N. Morris m*
Mrs. Lillian Hoffman. MissisSl
lin is the bride-elect of Wilii-,1"
C. May, formerly of Atlanta"^
now assistant manager of the Cor
sair Hotel, Miami Beach Mr
May is the son of Mr. and Mr
Julian Steinman of Miami Beach'
The wedding will take piace
April 5th at the home of Mr and
Mrs. Morris Litt on Allison k
land. Guests present were Mrs
Joseph Richter, Mrs. Charles
Greenfield, Mrs. A. Seiden, Mrs
M. Kovan, Mrs. Sol S. Goldstrom
Mrs. Rose Steinhauser, Mrs. Sam
Halper, Mrs. S. Steinberg, Mrs
Solomon Halpert, Mrs. A. Brick-
er, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Jack
Kasselman, Mrs. Marion Brunton
Mrs. Frances Weinberger, Mrs
Irving Frumkes, Mrs. Morris Litt
Mrs. Hermon Klein, Mrs. Henry
Labowitz, Mrs. Alvin Richter
Mrs. Irving Greenfield, Mrs. Silas
Rosenthal, Miss Loretta Beder.
Mrs. Maurice Fineberg and Mrs!
Julian Steinaan.
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
Two Days
Only
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THEATRE
S. End of Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
Two Days
Only
COMING SOON!
Tuesday and WednesdayMarch 31-April 1
A Mighty Tribute to the Indomitable
Spirit of Russia's Women in Battle
FILMED ON THE MANNERHEIM LINEI
N. Y. World Telegram says:
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N. Y. Daily News says:
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starring
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Plan to See
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This Picture Positively Will
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Plan to See
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If
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 end Food Service
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FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1942
+Jewish FIcrkHaun
PAGE THREE
KING'S, .g^gj
KOMMENTS SiHi
The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Change of policy says King
Here soon will he bring
They take him to task
The readers they all ask
Whowhatwhen and why
Think and figurethen they sigh
We think we know who you mean
Tell usplease come clean
Furthermore they all say
Give factsthat's the way
The good you want to do
The info first from you
Then the devil we will all raise
Till wrong-doers change their ways.
Yeshiva College of New York
tried some new experimenting
recently hypnotising tome of
the students. The results
showed that the only instruc-
tion that the hypnotized failed
to obey was that of eating trei-
fah ... a new class to learn
the art of Hypnotism is being
formed here.
King believes in an individual
having the right to live his own
private life without being inter-
fered with but then again
some individuals in certain walks
of life have with the assumption
of their particular profession
made of their private livespub-
lic ones They are looked up
to, respected etc. and this in-
dividual in order to satisfy ones
personal desires must of a cer-
tainty be careful of his behavior
. The brazen effrontery of one
of the individuals of whom King
speaks is astounding his
actions this week were without
regard.
A petition to Federation is
now being circulated demand-
ing that funds allocated to one
of its participating agencies be
stopped ... to prevent the mis-
using of these funds.
The Public Relations man her
will soon find himself on the
carpet for his inefficiency ... or
is it due to the fact that too much
responsibility is shoved upon
him .
BTTEnilDIl! RRI11V HIEI.!
Effective immediately we are setting aside 20% of our
total guest capacity and will accomodate free of charge
parents of men in service of UNCLE SAM stationed in Mi-
ami Beach. Each such stay will be limited to one week, so
that as many friends as possible may participate in this
offer. We deem it a privilege to aid the men engaged in
this great war for Freedom.
THE CLEUELMIDER HOTEl
ON THE OCEAN FRONT, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
"It's marvelousthis Chicket! It tastes just like chick-
on fat... but it's all-vegetable, parve and kosher. Now
1 get a meat taste in a milk meal."
PASSOVER GUIDE
Passover starts, sunset, Wed-
nesday evening, April 1st, and
ends, Friday April 10th. All
cnometz" should be removed
from homes not later than Wed-
nesday, 9 a. m.
Hotels and Restaurants
Miami
Fagan's Palatial Kosher Rest.
Miami Beach
Andron's Alamac.
Evans Hotel.
London Arms Hotel.
Nash Hotel.
Nemo Hotel.
New Yorker Hotel.
President Hotel.
Park Central Hotel.
Seabreeze Hotel.
Dairies
Florida Dairies.
Home Milk Producers.
Land-O-Sun Dairies.
Southern Dairies.
White Belt Dairies.
Sunny Brook Creamery.
Fish
East Coast Fisheries.
Markets and Delicatessens
Miami
Max's.
Rosedale.
Miami Beach
National Kosher Market.
Meat and Poultry
Springer's Poultry Market.
Midwest Poultry Market
Aichtee Poutry.
Matsos and Matso Products
Goodman's.
Wucher-Lynn-Distributors.
Horowitz-Margareten.
National Brands, Distributors.
Manischewitz.
Levinson Food Specialties Co.,
Distributors.
General Passover Products
Rokeach.
Levinson Food Specialties Co.,
Distributors.
Montora Wine.
Manhattan Distributors.
Kosher Zion Delicatessen.
Watch for Passover Label.
Chiket.
National Brands.
1st Sader, Wednesday evening.
2nd Sader, Thursday evening.
(See synagogue bulletins for
time of services.)
For further information call your
Rabbi.
Typical of the HIAS service on the front of human salvage is
the case of hundreds of refugees and immigrants who recently ar-
rived on the S. S. Nyassa from Lisbon. Above is a group of refu-
gees, photographed upon their arrival at the Pennsylvania Depot,
New York, where their needs were ministered to by HIAS, which
provided shelter and food for a considerable number of the group.
Many of the refugees were enroute to Central and South American
countries, while others were eagerly welcomed by their American
rlatives and sponsors. The HIAS is a participating agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
For Victory
BUY U.S.BONDS
AND STAMPS
BRITISH SECRETARY WILL
STUDY PALESTINE PROBLEM
"SOCIAL IUSTICE" CALLS
WAR NOT WORTH FIGHTING
New York (WNS) "Social
Justice" this week proved that a
leopard cannot change its spots.
For the first time since Pearl
Harbor, the anti-Semitic, pro-
Nazi organ of Father Coughlin,
tore aside its weak-hearted pre-
tense of support of the war ef-
fort when it alleged that the Jews
and not the Nazis started the
war.
Styled in the manner of Ger-
many's Jew-baiter Julius Stret-
cher, the article baselessly
claimed that the present war re-
sulted from "the persecutions
suffered by 600,000 Jews in Ger-
many."
GUARANTEED
TO10"W3
AGASH
CHIKET
The all-vegetable shortening
with the chicken taate
CH1KKT In manufactured by
the AGASH RKKINING COR-
PORATION, under the kash-
ruth supervision of Rabbi Her-
shel KoenlKsbers;.
Guaranteed parv6--rree from all
contact with meat.
ZOYA FYODOROVA
Star of "Girl From Leningrad,"
Plaza Theatre, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, March 31st and April' 1st.
GAINESVILLE NOTES
If Your Grocer Cannot Supply You
PHONE 2-7401
National Brands. Inc.. Wholesale Distributors
The younger Jewish girls of
Gainesville have organized a so-
cial group under the title of the
"Light" club. Meetings are held
every Sunday and afterwards
Open House is held sponsored by
the Hillel. Entertainment and
refreshments are served.
The president is Marie Brown-
steen. However, since the mem-
bership at present is small, other
offices such as secretary, treasur-
er, vice president are filled by
Mimi Rudderman.
Charter members of the club
are Marie Brownsteen, Pricilla
Fruchtman, Esther Gilmore, Dena
Mazo and Mimi Rudderman. Sid-
ney Brouse is general manager
and Betty Bobroff is a pledge.
The "Ligh*' would line very
much to correspond with other
clubs and would welcome any
advice offered to make the club
a success.
Any girls between the ages of
15 and 21 in towns near Gaines-
ville, that are interested in join-
ing this club are invited to write.
Mimi Rudderman, Secretary
Box 444
Gainesville .Florida.
London (WNS)A delegation
of members of Parliament headed
by Lord Wedgwood demanding
an investigation of the policies
of the Palestine administration,
met with Colonial Secretary
Lord Cranborne who promised
that he wold study the aspects
of British policy. Since he en-
tered office just recently. Lord
Cranborne explained that he had
not yet been able to thoroughly
investigate and study the Pales-
tine situation.
At the same time, the London
Palestine Investment Company
which is seeking to promote trade
between Palestine and the Brit-
ish Empire revealed that British I
capital has continued to be in
vested in Palestine all during
the war period. Since the oUt-!
break of the war, English Jews
have invested large sums in Pal-
estine, the chairman, Captain H. I
A. Leon announced.
--------------------------- RABBI MILTON STEINBERG
New York (WNS) Professor of New York, who has been ap-
Herman Strauss, head of the Jew- pointed a member of the Nation-
ish Hospital in Berlin committed al Hillel Commission, the govern-
suicide on the eve of his sched- i ing body of B'nai B'rith's 65
uled deportation to a Polish Hillel Foundations and Counsel-
ghetto. He was 74 years old. lorships.
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MARCH 2,, 19-u
CLOUDING THE ISSUE
Once again an unfavorable spotlight has
been turned on Miami Beach its hotels; and Ha
hotel owners. That our brethren dommate the
hotel industry on Miami Beach is a fact that
as a people we can be justly proud of. It is
Soug? their investments farsight, business
ability progressiveness, fortitudes and perser-
7S2& hey made horn nothing a busi-
ness mecca, a growing city built on a solid
foundation known through the world. As
hotel owners they have created and made pos
sible the vast tourist trade that we have come
depend upon so much. They created he
need for help in their industry and like enter-
prises thus bringing many thousands of fami-
nes to permanently reside here^ It does no
need much scrutinization to see how important
the hotel industry is and how the livelihood
of this area revolves around it.
That the Jewish people as a whole are
judged by the action of a few is nothing new,
dating back as far as history can record, lne
easy and first line of resistance that is followed
by making a Jewish issue of every event that
transpires often resorting to using every pos-
sible way of maneuvering to so do is likewise
an old and oft-repeated trick.
An investigation into the Miami Beach Ho-
tel situation proves the old contention that
there is two sides to every story and also that
the same story can be told or written in many
ways. While this may not sound compliment-
ary to newspapers inferring that they would
"color" a story, it is true and admitted. Not
only admitted but more so practiced in the
daily as w,ell as other branches of the journal-
istic field. The investigation into the Miami
Beach Hotel situation wherein some five or
six hotel owners are accused, because of
price, to have prevented the army, in time of
war. to obtaining space needed and to have
kept this mucch-needed and tremendous in-
flux of people and army men of the officers
training school from locating here proves con-
clusively several pertinent facts:
The issue regardless how implied, told,
written or expressed is not a Jewish one. It
concerns dealings of representatives of the
army who may be excellent officers but like-
wise not as excellent business men with hotel
owners of Miami Beach all of whom are not
definitely Jewish.....
That the tremendous majority of hotel own-
ers recognizing both their patriotic duty and
the need for a sound business policy went out
of their way to cooperate and offer their hos-
telries despite sacrifices many had to make .
That there was mismanagement in the
handling of negotiations by both parties con-
cerned as proven that further negotiations now
being carried on show 100% cooperation even
beyond that anticipated.
It is easy to condemn and create trouble.
It is easy to purport and exaggerate. It is also
as easy to eliminate hysteria, to learn the
___TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
facts and to find out both sides andthe^ truth
of a story. This is what we must^lea n to da
In this specific instance it was the duty ol all
hotel men to cooperate with the government
fulfilling its needs and quickly so, >W
full well that there exists in this land that sense
of fairness, of decency and of justice that would
prevent personal catastrophes that theu own
financial structure and setup would create and
that for the moment could not be taken care
of by Uncle Sam.
If and we sincerely doubt that there today
exists this type of individual, subsequent dis-
closures show that these few hotel owners had
personal profiteering motives then regardless
of who they might be, should have the spot-
light turned upon them and their aispiay ot
avariciousness made public to all that they
may receive the scorn and the punishment they
so rightly deserve.
Justified Confidence
In this weeks issue of The Jewish Floridian
there is released the announcement of the ap-
pointment by the Attorney General of the
United States of one of our communal leaders
to an important post in the services of our
government in the present emergency. We
are proud of the appointment of Stanley C.
Myers as a member of the Enemy Alien Hear-
ing Board for the Southern District of Florida.
Just as proud as we are of this honor has it so
justly been conferred.
Stanley Myers since his entrance into pub-
lic life many years ago and still a young man,
has carried himself with dignity, endeared him-
self to all with whom he comes in contact, and
conducts himself so that all of us point him
out as the exemplary type of man, Jew and
leader.
He has striven in his endeavors to learn
minutely and in detail that which he undertook
and by so doing realized the needs for such
continued activity and rested not on his suc-
cess which was much and his achievements
which were many. He has and is continuing
to work harder, devoting more time and sacri-
ficing greatly of his time to his profession and
to his family.
He has during his career of Public Service
always had an attentive ear to those who came
before him demonstrating an unselfish devo-
tion to the task before him.
Surpirising to note and highly commend-
able is that his interests are unlimited and
cover a multitude of varied fields. From B'nai
B'rith to synagogue, to Welfare Bureau, to Fed-
eration, to Bar Association, to Community
Chest, to the Association of Welfare Agencies
... all among his endeavors .
We know that the confidence expressed in
i him by the Attorney General in the appoint-
ment is not unfounded and will be a stepping
stone to new and greater heights of accomp-
lishments in this field of service to his fellow
men.
ytMtJly ecHtgidewtial
_By PHTNEAS J. BrRON-
WAR ECHOES
Ambassador Lawrence F. Steinhardt, whose appointment
to his new Ankara post entrusts him with a most delicate dip-
lomatic mission, succeeded in making himself persona very
much grata with the Turkish government even before leaving
Ste country to take up his duties It was Steinhardt who or-
ranaed for the lend-lease shipment of American pursuit planes
to Turkey, which had been unable to acquire these aircraft
in any other way One of the few Jewish generals in the
British army is Frederick H. Kisch. who as Col Kisch was the
chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive from 1823 to 1931 ...
General Kisch is with the General Staff, and is considered an
authority on desert warfare Reports that the Japanese have
captured and killed China's General Ma-Ma, the former Moishe
Cohen of Manchester, indicate that our Chinese Allies have lost
their Jewish military leader ... But fate has sent them another
Jewish aide, this time in the person of slim, pretty young Ottilie
Wang, who was a medical student in her native Germany till
Hitler's oppression forced her to leave She married a Chi-
nese fellow student, and for the past several years has been
working day and night in the military hospitals of the Chinese
army ... A widow now, her husband having been killed in
battle, Ottilie is continuing with her work ... But no Florence
Nightingale is sheinstead, she is considered one of the Chi-
nese army's most skillful surgeons.
WAR NEWS
Statistics showing that the first seventy-five recipients of the
Distinguished Flying Cross in this war among American forces,
six pilotsthat is, eight per centare Jews, have been un-
earthed by Winchell George Jessel is a very disappointd
man, because his application for Navy service was rejected on
physical grounds ... But George, after all, is no chieken, being
well over forty Songstress Dinah Shore will be working for
Unle Sam now She's going on a Defense Bond sales tour...
Cellist Emanuel Feuerman, who recently completed some trio
and quartet Victor recordings with such artists as Jascha Heifetz
and Artur Rubinstein, was a tremendous hit at-Fort Riley, Kan.
the other day, when he interrupted his concert tour to give a free
recital before the soldiers of the Cavalry Rplacment Training
Center, the only camp in the country where both the old-fash-
ioned horse and modern mechanized units are in use.
STAGE AND SCREEN
Broadway was afraid to touch it, but the Studio Theatre of
the New School for Social Research recently staged "Nathan
the Wise," the famous play on tolerance by the great German
author Lessingand was sold out for every single performance
of its run before the curtain rose on the opening night This
play, of course, was one of the main items in hitler's book-
burning spree of some years ago, despite the one hundred per
cent Aryanism of its author Luise Rainer's attempt to make
a stage comeback in a revival of Sir James Barrie s "A Kiss
for Cinderella," was not much of a success ... But the free en-
tertainment she gave at Fort Dix the other day made her the
darling of the boys in khaki Charlie Chaplin, they say, is
hoping to make a new film in the near future ... It will be about
Landru, the French Bluebeard of some years ago, and will ap-
propriately be entitled "The Lady Killer" Besides, he is
planning to reissue some of his old pictures with sound dubbed
ina musical background, and a spoken commentary which
he himself provides ... In fact, one of these reissues, "The Gold
Rush," is already being shown here and there, and is creating
what its title indicates.
WHAT THEY PUBLISH
We hope you didn't miss Waldo Frank's beautiful article,
"The Jews Are Different," in the March 21st Saturday Evening
Post We've been tipped off, however, that Milton Mayer's
"The Case Against the Jews, appearing in the Post of March
28th (which we have not seen at this writing), is even more
tactless than the piece on the Jews which the same magazine
carried some months ago under the signature of Jerome a-
Frank We understand also that the gentleman who unU
recently was the editor of the Saturday Evening Post refused
the suggestion that his paper publish an interpretation of the
Jewish case by Pierre van Paassen "Songs of New Rus-
sia," a collection edited, with English lyrics, by Olga Paul and
our friend Gregory Bronsky, has gone into the second edition,
to which four new songs have been added The publish"1?
house of Harpers is bringing out a new collection of Hitlers
rantings When somebody called the attention of CassCa*
field, Harpers' literary editor, to the "danger" of Hitler's dying
before the book is outwhich would kill the sale of the volume
Canfield retorted: "That is a risk which Harpers aie de-
lighted to take."
THIS AND THAT hv
The largest matzah ever baked has just been producea dj
the Manischewitz Companyand in the shape of a V 1
Victory) to boot It's four feet tall, and represents theJ
change in matzah shape in many decades, since the old-taw
loned round matzah gave way to the modern square VOTW
Just to show that they mean it, the Manischewitz people aie a
cooking up a special batch of matzah perforated in the dot
1
A typical example of AZA service to the Salvage tor Victory campaign is illustrated hv thD
above photo which shows some of the more than 25,000 old automobile license plates collected
by AZAs Abe A. Freed Chapter in New Orleans. coneciea
.-uuKiny up a special batch of matzah pertoratea in u
dot-dash code V for Victory What with Ameria having
her own diamond cutting these days, since the Dutch ana
gian specialists in this work no longer are in a position to a
in their own countries, you'll be interested to know that a gi
of refugee diamond cutters is starting a school in New
in which this difficult art will be taught ... The most W^J
aspect of a recent experiment in mass hypnotism on the stu j
body of New York's Yeshiva College lies in its failure m
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OUPAY, MARCH 27, 1942
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7746
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
*" Rabbi Emeritus
8196 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
Miami Beach
RADIil COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 iJiGorce Drive
Miami Beach
Phone 6-1738
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Rabbi Zwitman will be in the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
niih him o" matter* concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems, You will be assured sym-
DSthetie hearing and advice, and.
needli'ss to say. each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, March 27, at
8:15 o'clock, in observance of
Isaac M. Wise Memorial Sabbath
tin Men's Club of Temple Israel
will participate in the Sabbath
service. Harold B. Spaet, presi-
dent of the Men's Club, will be
in charge of arrangements. Isaac-
will speak on the subject,
"JudaismPlus or Minus."
A reception for worshipers, un-
der Sisterhood sponsorship, will
follow the service.
Sabbath Morning Services
Saturday morning, March 28th,
at 11 o'clock, congregational par-
ticipation, Torah reading, and in-
terpretation of Biblical portion,
by Rabbi Zwitman.
Passover Morning Service
Thursday morning, April 2, at
11 o'clock Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man will preach on the subject,
"Deliverance from Oppression."
Temple Seder
As a service of accommodation
to our Temple members, the an-
nual Passover Seder will be held
on Wednesday evening, April 1
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.
Reservations are open only to
Temple members and their fami-
lies. 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 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 Sister-
hood.
Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Sister-
hood president, is in charge of
this project.
'Special Youth Group Meeting
Sunday evening, March 29 at
8 o'clock in Kaplan Hall, pre-
Passover Rally, amusing skits,
dancing, refreshments and social
hour. All young people in the
congregation above the age of 16
are most cordially invited. Ad-
mission free, Melvin Green, pres-
ident; Marvin Goldman, program
chairman.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of peace
send peace to all who mourn and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed:
Recently departed: Joseph Hol-
lender, father of Dr. A. R. Hol-
lender.
Yahrzeits: Theresa Riesner.
mother of Bert Riesner and Mrs.
Herbert Kleiman; Stanley L. Ja-
cobs, husband of Mrs. Janette K.
Jacobs; Hary Hollender, mother
of Dr. A. R. Hollender; Louis
CONGREGATION
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rickovsky
This coming Sabbath morning at
the services to be held at the
[ Congregation, Rabbi Joseph E.
i Rackovsky will deliver a ser-
| mon on the subject, "Conceit."
| At the afternoon service he will
I deliver an address on the sub-
ject, "Beur Chometz."
Services will be held during
the entire week of Passover at
the Congregation. Services are
being held daily, each morning
and each evening.
All members and friends are
invited to consult the rabbi re-
garding preparation for the Pass-
over holidays. Rabbi Rackovsky
may be reached at the Congrega-
tion or at his home, 1330 Pennsyl-
vania Avenue, regarding the sale
of Chometz, as well as in regard
to any laws and regulations in-
cidental to the conduct of Pass-
over observance.
FQg^/ICTORY
BUY
UNITED
STATES
DEFENSE
lONDS
AND
STAMPS
Diamant, brother of Mrs. Rose
Raff.
Gift presented to the Temple
by Mrs. Henry Kauffmann in
memory of her father.
Prayer books presented to the
Temple by Mrs. Janette K. Ja-
cobs in memory of her husband.
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man of the Groups Division of
the 1941 Atlanta Community
Chest campaign. Local "experts"
will discuss various phases of
campaign organization, such as
initial gifts solicitation, women's
divisions, youth divisions, train-
ing of workers and fund-raising
in small communities. Partici-
pating in the panel will be Mrs.
Irving Goldstein, Alexandria;
Mrs. Win. B. Kirshner, Nashville;
Morris Klass, Miami; and Lee B.
Weil of Birmingham.
In the second "Information
Please" panel, representatives of
leading overseas and refugee
agencies, including the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, the Pales-
tine Appeal, National Refugee
Service, Hebrew Sheltering and
Immigrant Aid Society, Ameri-
can Ort Federation and Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, will answer
questions posed by the delegates
from the floor.
A discussion of army and navy
service in the Southeast will oc-
cupy the Sunday morning ses-
sion of the conference. Discus-
sants include Benjamin Rabino-
witz, director of Army and Navy
work for the Jewish Welfare
Board, who will discuss the JWB
program in the Southeast, and
Elkin Garfinklc. Nashville, chair-
man of the Nashville Army and
Navy Service Committee, who
will discuss local services in re-
lation to community organization
as a whole.
Preceding the formal opening
of the conference, an "Oneg
Shebbat" will be held on Satur-
day afternoon, under the auspices
of the American Association for
Jewish Education. Ben Rosen,
director of Associated Talmud
Torahs of Philadelphia, will lead
tion in the community program,
the discussion on Jewish educa-
Reports will be given by repre-
sentatives of the various com-
munities in the Jewish education-
al situation in the cities of the
region.
In announcing details of the
conference program, the program
committee chairman stressed the
importance of the 1942 confer-
ence as a means of developing
a critical approach toward pre-
sent-day problems as they affect
organized philanthropic and so-
cial effort in the Southeast.
"Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds have a significant con-
tribution to make to the nation's
all-out drive for victory, by help-
ing to maintain moralelocally,
through services to the needy; na-
tionally, through support of
agencies functioning in health
and welfare fields; and on the
world democratic front, through
support of agencies devoted to
relief and reconstruction of Jew-
ish populations in Europe and
Palestine," Messrs. Oberdorfer
and Kaplan said.
Delegates from the twenty-nine
Council member agencies in the
region are expected to attend the
conference, which will meet at '
the Patten Hotel in Chattanooga. |
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B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
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We Advise You to Place Your
Orders Early as There is Only
Two More Weeks to Passover
The most important news this
week concerns the bang-up Social
being planned by the Ladies Aux-
iliary for Sunday night at the
Latin Quarter, beginning prompt-
ly at 7:30.
Mrs. Albert Pallot, chairman of
the affair, advises that over 100
couples have already purchased
tickets and they expect to sell
tickets for at least fifty addition-
al couples.
Mrs. Pallot is being ably as-
sisted in this work by Mesdames
Shirley Taplin, Barney Good-
man, Robert Weinstein, Sam Sil-
ver, and Jenny Rotfort. In ad-
dition we understand that the
entire membership of the local
B'nai B'rith is behind this So-
cial 100 per cent. In particular.
Brothers Berni,. Roth, Sam Sil-
ver, Max Silver and Al Pallot
have been cooperating with the
ladies in the sale of tickets.
The Latin Quarter manage-
ment has promised their com-
plete cooperation in order to
make this affair one of the best
in the history of B'nai B'rith.
paid up tickets and reservations
Mrs. Al Pallot announces that all
must be in the committee's hands
by Saturday morning. If you
have not yet made your reserva-
tion for this Dinner Dance, spon-
sored by the Women's Auxiliary
of B'nai B'rith at the Latin Quar-
ter, Sunday at 7:30 p. m. at the
low price of $5 per couple which
includes Dinner. Show and
Dancethen you had better
hurry.
It is remarkable how the sale
of tickets has been moving as
fast without any advance pub-
licity or fanfare. The worthy
cause of Student Union and Hil-
lel will profit immensely from the
eager response of the membership
of both the Women's and the
Men's Lodges.
The membership campaign, un-
der the chairmanship of Brother
Harold Turk, has been working
very hard in order to make the
Sol Goldstrom Initiation Class
the largest in the history of the
local lodge. Meetings are being
held regularly by the Captains
of the teams and officers of B'nai
B'rith in an effort to reach the
goal of at least 200 new members.
As soon as you obtain a new
member, please notify the mem-
bership committee or the local
B'nai B'rith office so that a record
may be kept of the number of
new members. Let every mem-
ber bring in at least one new
member and our goal will more
than be accomplished.
Brother Bernie Roth announces
that any member who has not
yet enlisted for Defense work,
please contact him or Brother
Danny Seplcr and your services
will be promptly used.
At the next meeting, which is
to be our Initiation meeting of
the new Membership Class, we
will have as guest speaker, the
State President of B'nai B'rith,
Brother Dave Feldman, West
Palm Beach, who will be accom-
panied by representatives of the
Palm Beach and Fort Lauder-
dale lodges.
In addition, these Lodges will
also have their new members in-
ducted at the same time. You
should plan on attending the
next meeting and participate in
the Membership Initiation cere-
monies.
The Defense Bonds sales cam-
paign under the chairmanship of
Brother Carl Weinkle, report a
nice movement of the sale of
Bonds. By the next meeting it
is hoped that we will have sur-
passed our goal.
In response to the request of
the Victory book committee,
please be certain to bring all
your extra books to our next
meeting where they will be col-
lected for distribution to the boys
in the Service.
August bros/jJk?
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942
DE SOTO HANDICAP
IL EVENT
The De Soto Handicap, the six
furlong dash which is the princi-
pal sprint attraction of the spring
session at Tropical Park, will
draw a field of no less than nine
and possibly as many as eleven.
Such is the present outlook for
the $5,000 added event. High-
weight of the party will be the
recently disappointing Augury
and. despite that defeat, the Hap-
py Argo mare will be one of the
choices, if not post favorite.
Trainer Bill Hicks firmly believes
the Neil McCarthy 5-year-old will
redeem herself if the footing is
fast.
Best regarded of the other
hopefuls at the moment are De
Kalb, a "bear" over the Gables
oval and a clever winner on Mon-
day, and Bull Reigh, a stake win-
ner of other seasons. His last in-
dicates that the Bull Dog colt is
right on edge for a powerful ef-
fort in the week-endy fixture.
After Augury, the pair promises
to be r:ext in popular demand.
Porter's Cap, who has turned
his attention to sprinting follow-
ing local failure in distance com-
petition, put in a fair one himself
in the Biscayne Purse on Mon-
day, though mud mad have aided
him in that dash. He's another
rated a certain starter.
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
STRESS VALUE OF AMERICA
mmmmmmm
Max Dobrin, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers._____________________________
... w -* S2HS "CA!, SSSESSiKJGSleSSf. Jf J5S3
Various government agencies
are cooperating with each other
in the program of teaching, and
helping those who earnestly de-
sire to learn the fundamentals of
real citizenship. Stressing the
full import of what it means to
value of U. S. citizenship and the
be able to say "I am an Ameri-
can". Among these agencies are:
the Immigration and Naturaliza-
tion Service; Department of Jus-
tice; State Board of Education;
and the Works Projects Admini-
stration, from which the teach-
ing personnel is drawn. Non-
citizens wishing to enroll in any
of the National Citizenship Edu-
cation Program classes may apply
which may be most convenient to
home, business, or working hours.
Ada Merritt Jr. High School. S.
W. 7th Avenue and 3rd Street.
Rooms No. 1106110. Monday
through Friday. 4 to 6 and 7 to
9 p. m.; Highland Park School.
1020 N. W. 7th Avenue. Rooms
15 and 18, Monday through Fri-
day. 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; South-
side School, 45 S. W. 13th Street.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
2 to 4 p. m.; Y. M. H. A.. S. W.
16th Avenue and 5th Street. Mon-
day. Wednesday and Friday. 2
to 4 p. m.; Central Beach Elemen-
tary School. 14th Street and
Drexel Avenue. Miami Beach.
Monday, Wednesday an<5 Friday.
4 to 9 p. m., Tuesday and Thurs-
day, 4 to 8 p. m.; Gesu Church
(auditorium) N. E. 1st Avenue
and 2nd Street. Monday throuRh
Friday. 1 to 5 p. m._____
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
SEA BREEZE HOTEL
COLLINS AT SECOND STREET
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
FOR
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
TRADITIONAL SEDAR SERVICES PHONE 5-9444
KSTaEVHff NEW BOOKS iLewisoh^s novel are profound
EVE tW BUU&a for the wor)d today ft there.
Philadelphia, Pa.:J. Solis-Co-
hen, Jr.. president of the Jewish
Publication Society of America,
in announcing the Society's pro-
gram for 1942. emphasizes the
determination of the Society to
consistently increase its publi-
cation program in order to ans-
wer the demand for more Jewish
books in English. The Society
will publish seven volumes dur-
ing 1942. instead of the three ASSALT ON JEWISH STORE
books which were formerly pub- ---------
lished under the old program. Philadelphia (WNS) Two
The publication program for 1942 would-be Hitlerites, aged nine-
includes, Renegade, by Ludwig teen, were given a j
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fore comes as a shock that the
story he tells is depicted against
a historic background. In Rene-
gade. Lewisohn has written a
story which thrills and pierces,
since it deals eloquently and vi-
vidly with the permanent needs
of the human heart. It contains
340 pages and is priced at $2.50.
IAIL TWO 19-YEAR OLDS FOR
Lewisohn, which has just come
off the press. The novel Rene-
gade, Lewisohn's first major work
of fiction since 1937, is based on
a theme into which he has poured
the distillation of a lifetime de-
teller. Against the background
voted to his craftthat of a story
of the later eighteenth century
in Paris in unfolded the turbul-
ent story of Joshua Vidal, the
Jew, who desires to throw off the
burden of his heritage for the
wideness of the world and for a
woman's love. The crisis in Vi-
dal's life is the crisis that comes
to every man who thinks he can
tamper with fundamental loyal-
ties only to find that he must
face the fate of those'whom he
attempted to put out of his life.
. jail sentence
of three months to three years
for leading a gang of hoodlums
into a Jewish store here, assault-
ing Philip Bain, the owner, and
destroying the merchandise.
As they entered the store, the
gang of anti-Semitic hoodlums
shouted, "we give you the same
treatment as Hitler would give
the Jews."
SOVIET WAR DRAMA TO Rp
SHOWN AT PLAZA THEATRE
"Girl From Leningrad," the
first Soviet film about World
War II, will be seen here at the
Plaza Theatre on Tuesday and
Wednesday, March 31st and April
1st. The film portraying the
heroism of a nurses' unit under
fire at the Northern Front, was
filmed on location along the for.
mer Mannerheim Line, with the
technical direction of Red Armv
officers experienced in winter
combat. The title role is played
by Zoya Fyodorova who was last
seen here opposite Sergei Leme.
shev in "Musical Story." still
being exhibited in Leningrad and
other Soviet cities, "Girl From
Leningrad" is dedicated "to those
women, everywhere, who fight
with the weapons of courage and
tenderness at the side of men
defending their future."
. America at war is rapidly dis-
covering that its woman power
is an asset every bit as valuable
as its manpower. How the forti-
tude and efficiency of women
serving fighting men under fire
can help to win wars is graphi-
cally demonstrated in this pic-
ture.
Vivid scenes of nurses braving
enemy machine guns to aid the
wounded offer a realistic clue to
the determination of Russia's wo-
men to do no less for their coun-
try than their men.
THE
PRESIDENT
H0TEI
MAURICE LEVIN
Management
1423 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
OPEN FOR
PASSOVER
SPECIAL SADER
SERVICES
FOR RESERVATIONS
TELEPHONE 5-2991
H0IEL PEW V0RRERH,n^r
16th Street and the Ocean For Reservations Phone 5-0001
Special Arrangements Made for Passover Meals
MAKE YOUR SADER AN ENJOYABLE ONE
Prepare your Meal with the Finest oi
Hen Turkeys
Choice Pullets
And a complete variety oi the finest poultry
An Elaborate Supply oi the Finest Kosher Western
Prime Beei, Veal and Lamb
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR PASSOVER NOW ....
PHONE 3-2297
MIAMI KOSHER
MARKET
In Our New Home
2011 S. W. 8th Street
On the Tamiami Trail
IRVING Ready to Serve You DAVE
Open for your convenience
MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS TILL 12 P. M.
When Acid Indigestion, Go* on
Stomach or Heartburn make you
feel uncomfortable or embarrass
you, try Alka-Seltzer, which con-
tains alkalizing buffers and so
helps counteract the associated
Excess Stomach Acidity.
But the relief of these minor
stomach upsets is only a small
part of what you can expect
Alka-Seltzer to do for you. You
will find it effective for Pain Re-
lief in Headache, Neuralgia, Colds ,
end Muscular Aches and Pains.
It contains an analgesic, (sodium
acetyl salicylate), made more
prompt and effective in its paln-
; relieving action by alkaline buffer
salts.
When hard work or strenuous
exercise make you feel tired and
dragged out, enjoy the refresh-,
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tangy Alka-Seltzer.
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PHjpAY, MARCH 27, 1942
Jewish fhrMton
PAGE SEVEN
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Mr and Mrs. Edward Gold-
rre announce the approaching
wedding of their daughter Norma
to Simon Brown of New York
City The wedding ceremony
will be performed on Sunday,
March 29th at 5:30 p. m. by Rab-
hi Colman Zwitman at his study
on La Gorce Drive. The bride,
given away by her mother and
father, will wear a beautiful tea-
rose afternoon gown with blue ac-
cessories. Arthur Evans, her
brother-in-law, will be best man.
After the ceremony, there will be
i dinner and reception at the
Dining Room of the Hotel Evans
at 7 p. m. that night. The couple
will spend a week at the Hotel
Evans and will return to New
York where Mr. Brown is en-
tering business.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson left for
New York to attend the wedding
of his daughter, Evelyn, to Edwin
Niman. The wedding will take
?iaCeu naXLl Sun March 29th, at the B'nai Yeshu-
run Synagogue, 270 West 89th
Street, New York City. Dr Is-
rael Goldstein will officiate.
Evelyn Wolfson is well known in
New York and Miami Beach for
her championship tennis playing.
She attended Miami Beach High
School; Sunday School at Temple
Israel, Miami, and Columbia Uni-
versity and is at present con-
nected with the New York Board
of Health. Edwin Niman is a
graduate of New York University
and is engaged in the Foundry
business, in Brooklyn, with his
father and brother. The couple
after spending a brief vacation
in Miami Beach will return to
New York to make their home
there.
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
LOUIS HARTZ IS SERVING
THE PUBLIC BEST IN MEATS
Louis Hartz is observing his
14th year of continuous service
on Miami Beach giving the public
the finest of meats and poultry.
Mr. Hartz has been a resident of
Greater Miami for the past 18
years coming here from Wood-
mere, Long Island where he was
also in the meat business.
He was formerly with Harry's
Market for 12 years and now
operates the meat department of
Lobel's Market, 1407 Washing-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach. Main-
taining a policy of giving his cus-
tomers the best of quality, mer-
chandise, service, attention and
satisfaction he has built up a
large patronage that has followed
him to his new location. He
caters to the hotel trade as well
as individuals and has a prompt
delivery service.
Defense Bonds are your surety
for freedomBuy some at your
earliest opportunity.
Make Reservations Now For
PASSOVER HOLIDAYS
at the
NASH HOTEL
1120 COLLINS AVENUE
h MIAMI BEACH ft
Services Conducted in the
Traditional Manner
Where a Homelike Atmosphere Prevails
MODERATELY PRICED
PHONE 54641
"HOME MILK**
Producers Association
nD^ -rcra
Just as you enjoy our Dairy Products throughout the year,
you will appreciate its high quality during the Passover, when
these delicious and wholesome necessities will be made avail-
able to the Jews of Dade and Broward counties.
It is entirely in the spirit of service rather than with the
idea of profit that the convenience of Kosher Passover Dairy
Products is offered to you. This service is an appreciation of
the Jewish patronage received by us throughout the year.
Every letter and principle of Jewish Dietary Laws is ob-
served with a Mashgiach in residence at the dairy.
All Religious Requirements are Under the Supervision of:
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
21 N. W. 7th Avenue
Phone 2-7696
Miami
813 Las Olas Blvd.
Phone 613
Fort Laaderdale
JWB IN ACTION IN HAWAII
The Mayor of Honolulu, Lester Petrl, samples the refreshments for servicemen at the new USO clubhouse
operated by the Jewish Welfare Board km Hawaii. The clubhouse was recently acquired by the JWB and con.
verted Into a USO center. _________
THE National Jewish Welfare
Board, which has had an Army
and Navy Servicemen's Center in
Hawaii since the first World War
found Itself on the morning of Dec.
7 squarely in the midst of one of
the greatest war emergencies ever
to befall this country. Since that
historic morning, Israel Welnsteln.
JWB director, and a ptaff of four
USO assistants have been In the
front line of war-time service.
Civilian evacuation, hospitaliza-
tion of the wounded and establish-,
ment of emergency feeding posts
were among the rush Jobs the JWB
workers had to perform. Forty-two
emergency feeding stations for
"bombed out" civilians' have been
established, the JWB director has
been placed in charge of hospital
traffic for the entire city of Hono-
lulu, and a USO canteen truck,
equipped with comfort and recrea-
tion facilities. Including portable
movie equipment, has been placed
in operation. Moreover, tbe Board
now operates two USO clubs .In
Hawaii, having recently acquired
the spacious Knights of Pythias
building In down-town Honolulu
which. In turn, has been converted
Into a USO club. JWB workers in
Hawaii also have completed ar-
rangements for 3.000 soldiers to
participate in "community seders"
during Passover.
To meet the war emergency in
Hawaii, the national office of the
JWB, on the mornmg of December
7. wired $2,500 to its a/Hcea in
Hawaii, following this up with
monthly allotments of $3,000 for
Mobile service to soldiers on guard duty Is part of the Jewish Welfare
Board's USO program in Hawaii. Here JWB workers serve refreshments
to native Hawaiian soldiers from a new "mobile unit" truck, which ^fce~continuance"'and 'expansion of
hu been equipped with sound-movie apparatus.
e service program.
The Jewish Welfare Beard's new USO club In Honolulu, until recently the spacious Knights of Pythias lodge
btrUdlng. Israel Welnsteln, the civilian In the second row, Is shown with his U80 assistants and three ser-
vicemen who were among the first to put in an appearance at the new center. Note the barbed wire barri-
cade at the right.
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, l942
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
415 Euclid Avenui Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Dr" "Bcns'iorTViif preach on the fee and Everct Walshon. Mr.
topic. "The Miracle Man." and Zeitani of Palestine Mizrachi
Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will offi-
ciate with the Jewish Center
Choir directed by Miss Edith
Hatzoir was guest speaker at the
Oneg Shabbes.
The following newly elected
Freeman. President Mayer H. officers will be installed: M. H.
Services Schedule
Daily Services ..............- 8 A. M.
Evening Services _.....- 6 P. M.
Saturday ......----------------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat__________5 P. M.
Passover Calendar
The Passover calendar of ser-
vices will include services on
Wednesday and Thursday. April
1st and 2nd. evenings, at 7 p. m.
Morning services will be held on
Thursday and Friday. April 2nd
and 3rd at 9 o'clock. Dr. Samuel
Bension will speak on Thursday. chaplain Joshua L. Goldberg. U. S. N. R.. and Max Manischewitz
April 2nd at 10:30 A. M. on the ovcrsee thc baking of Matzos. the age-old symbol of freedom, in a
subject. "Israels \ lgil. On r n- ncw snape_v for Victoryto be served at a community "seder,
day morning he will speak on, or Passover ceremonial dinner, to be held in New York for 500
"Bread of Affliction. Jewish soldiers and sailors under the auspices of the National Jew-
Evening services on the last isn Welfare Board. Max Manischewitz will be host at thc seder on
two days of Passover will be held April 1, at which Chaplain Goldberg will officiate. The seder will
at 7:30 P. M. on Tuesday and take place in the Jewish Welfare Board's Servicemen's Club, at 1
Wednesday. April 7th and 8th, gast g5th Street. Matzos. or unleavened bread, was the food eaten
respectively. Morning services bv [ni. children of Israel while escaping from bondage of the Egyp-
will be held on Wednesday and tl"an pharoahs. The eating of the Matzos at the Passover season
Thursday at 9 o'clock. Dr. Ben- commemorates annually this Biblical event.
sion will speak at 10:30 A. M. on _-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Wednesday on the subject of Frankcl will deliver a presiden-' Frankel. president; Samuel Fried-
"When a Jew Sings and Why. Ua, mL,ssagt. and Dr. Bension will land, vice president: Herman M.
and on Thursday. Shall these insta]1 thc newiy elected officers. Berk, vice president; Harry Sir-
Dead Live Again. Qn Saturday morning at 10:30 Dr.' kin. treasurer; J. J. Falk. record-
Every one is welcome to attend j Bension will preach on the Scrip-' in secretary; Leo Robinson, fin-
all these services. | lurai lesson and thc bar mitzvahs ancial secretary. The following
Installation Sabbath Services | will be celebrated of the follow-1 will be installed as board mem-
This Friday night at 8 o'clock' ing: Richard Drazen. Edward Jaf- bers: Abe Selevan. Samuel R
Sherman. Joseph M. Rose, N. H.
Hankotf. M. berk. Hyman Ber-
man, David Miller. Raymond Ru-
bin. Leon L. Stoller. M. Lippman.
Dr. J. B. Coleman. Baruch Hol-
man. Kolman Luria, Henry
Spero. Alex Sussman.
Book of Life
We again call attention to the
very' important notice that all
those who desire an "El Molay
Rachmim" prayer and the names
of their departed relatives men-
tioned at the Memorial services
on the last day of Passover.
Thursday. April 9th. must ar-
range now tor inscribing those
names in the Congregation's Book
of Life. No names will be ac-
cepted from the floor at the ser-
vices and none but those in-
scribed in the Book of Life will
be mentioned.
Sisterhood Garden Party
The Sisterhood Garden Party
at the patio of the Blackstone
Hotel on Thursday evening prov-
ed a very tine success. The fam-
ilies of the donors were hugely
entertained and expressed their
hearty appreciation of the cour-
tesy of the Blackstone Hotel. The
Sisterhood also had as its guests
a number of uniformed men.
The Community Seders
Final preparations have beei
made tor the Community Pesach
Seders tor uniformed men at the
patio of the Center en Wednes-
day and Thursday evenings, April
1st and 2nd. All men in the Of-
ficers Candidate School have been
invited as our guests and a num-
ber of local families have also
been accommodated.
Dances for Soldiers
Under the auspices of the So-
cial Center League the Saturday
night dances at the Cent, r patio
are proving very successful. All
men in uniform are the guests of
the group and civilian men are
charged a modest fee
WE DISTRIBUTE THE ONLY
KxrfAeA 9xvm,(hma Wmei
Bottled under the Supervision of
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
of Miami Beach Congregation Gates of Prayer
We Also Carry a Complete Assortment of
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GANELESLENGER WINES
ASK FOR THIS BRAND
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RUSSIAN WAR RELIEF, INC.
RAISES LARGER FUND HERE
Greater Miami Committee of
the Russian War Relief. Inc.,
formed two moths ago made pub-
he today that during its short
existence the sum of $9,084 J>2
has been raised in this com-
munity, a record of more than
SI 000 per week. Attributing the
sDlendid achievement to two ma-
'., factors, a fine response- from
Greater Miami citizens and visi-
tors supporting affairs and the
performers and lecturers who do-
nated their services to aid the
cause. Events sponsored by the
committee include Yehudi Mcnu-
hin concert, an affair at the Rus-
sian Bear, a Gypsy Rose Lee pi^
Mutation and tag day at Miami
Beach Another activity of the
group includes 140 women in
knitting classes who have com-
puted ever 250 garments to date.
Included on its board of directors
of the local group are I.eo Rob-
inson. Prof. Harold E. Briggs.
Edward Mercer, Mrs. Edith Talle.
Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. Jack Bell.
Dr. Morris Goodman. Mrs. Henry
Gregor, Rev. Glenn James. Rab-
bi Jacob Kaplan. Jack Kofoed.
Mrs. H. Strongman Miller. Roy
W Singer, Michel Thorgevsky
and Mrs. Arnold Volpe.
The only way today in which
the Satan of our times can be
overcome, is to combat his evil
designs with every possible weap-
on, spiritual, educational and ma-
terial."
Rabbi Louis I. NewMan
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STERLING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
General Dentistry
S T RIC T LY
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
certain point Although or-
dered to eat bacon while in their
trance, all of these very Ortho-
dox students refused to do so,
ABOUT PEOPLE
Why Max Reinhardt, indubit-
ably the greatest name in the the-
atre, has not yet been offered a
teaching job in one of America's
universities is beyond us
Reinhardt would make one of
thc best drama professors imag-
inable ... To those who are won-
dering what Walter Winchell will
do after his contract with his
present syndicate expires this
year, we may confide that Wal-
ter intends to take a sabbatical
year and devote himself to war
v/ork The first official func-
tion which Dr. Chaim Weizmann
will attend in this country, some
time in April, will be a confer-
ence of all Zionist parties, cli-
maxed by a great dinner in his
honor Maxim Litvinov's wife
is a most versatile lady She's
a writer, and a most original
painter And, you should
know, she started painting only
recently, since coming to Wash-
ington Cartoonist Milt Gross
is having an exhibit of his draw-
ings in Hollywood, and the movie
colony is hailing him as a genius.
Baseball fans are advised to keep
their eyes on Ed Levy, who may
make the grade for the Yankee
team this year ... To scouts who
have seen him in action he looks
like a young Hank Greenberg.
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PALM BEACH
NOTES
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Representative
Martin Gold, a student at The
Citadel Charleston, S. C, spent
several days at home with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore
Gold, Palm Beach.
Rabbi M. Greensetin returned
from Orlando where he was
guest speaker at the synagogue.
Dr W. E. VanLandingham, lo-
cal health officer, was guest
speaker at Congregation Beth El
vJenisti fhr/kUam
PAGE NINE
recently. His topic was "Disease
Prevention.
B'nai B'rith Lodge No 1146
were hosts recently at a card
party held at Schwartzberg Hall.
Mrs A. Bergman was hostess
to the Beth El card party Sunday
night at Schcr Hall.
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Ambulance Day or Night
NOTICE
for the benefit of our many
Jewish Friends. Southern
Dairies will have
Kosher Dairy Products
'or the week of Passover
Give y0ur order to your
*>cer or to a Southern
Dairies Milk Man.
SOUTHERN
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PHONE 4188
Plans for Passover were dis-
cussed at a joint meeting of Con-
gregation and Sisterhood Beth El
Jack Kapner and Mrs. Ben Ryder
presided.
Unveiling of a monument to
the memory of the late Hyman
Kapner took place last Sunday
Rabbi M. Greenstcin officiated
assisted by Rev. M. Kanter.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloomberg and
daughter have returned to their
home in Patchogue, L. L., N. Y.
Mrs. A. Levin is recuperating
from an operation at a local hos-
pital.
Israel Rogoff, uncle of Dr. and
Mrs. Carl N. Herman has re-
turned to his home.
Nathan Gulkis. Stuart, has been
called to New York due to his
father's illness.
Lou Gold, son of H. Gold, left
to join the service of the United
States.
B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY TO
HOLD DINNER AND DANCE
One of the most important so-
cial events of the season to be
sponsored by the organization
will be a gala dinner and dance
complete with floor show to be
held by the Ladies Auxiliary of
Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Sun-
day, March 29th at the Latin
Quarter. This affair will be
staged for the benefit of the Stu-
dent Union Scholarship Fund of
B'nai B'rith. Reservations may
be made with Mrs. E. Albert Pal-
lot, chairman of the event, who
will be assisted by Mrs. Isaac
Levin, Mrs. Barney Goodman,
Mrs. Robert Weinstcin. Mrs. Sam
Silver and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Ileach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCKES. Cantor
Phone 4-0406
2263 S. W. 21t Terrace
ask for
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Sabbath and Holiday Services
Passover evening services will
be held Wednesday and Thursday
at 7 o'clock. Morning services
will be held at 7 o'clock in our
Community Building and at 9
o'clock in our synagogue build-
ing.
Rabbi Mescheloff will preach
the first day on: "We Ask." Fri-
day morning he will take as his
subject "Our Answer." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant the
services.
Shabbos Hagadol
Our rabbi will speak on im-
portant Passover laws during the
morning's services. He will pre-
sent the traditional Passover Pil-
pul Saturday afternoon at 5:30
o'clock. The public is invited.
Bar Mitzva
Shepard Faber will celebrate
his becoming a bar mitzva during
this Sabbath morning's services.
Refreshments will be served by
his parents after the services.
Siyum HaBchor
Jewish law requires that every
"B'chor," or first-born male, fast
Erev Pesach unless he has reason
to partake of a Sudass Mitzva.
Traditionally this is done by a
Siyum. Rabbi Mescheloff will
hold a Siyum on the Talmudic
Tract: Kidushin: on Wednesday
morning at 8:30 o'clock. All first
born are urged to be present.
Mechirass Chametz
Jewish law requires that every
Jew must not only refrain from
eating all leaven, but must not
have any chametz in his posses-
sion during the Passover holiday.
Chametz and its utensils, etc.,
can be sold to a non-Jew through
our Rabbi. This is known as
Mechirass Chametz. For this
purpose see our rabbi at the syn-
agogue or his home any day up
to Wednesday morning at 10
o'clock. This is a duty for tour-
ists as well as natives.
Bedikass Chametz
Traditional search after leav-
en takes place Tuesday evening
in each home.
Biyur Chametz
All chametz must be burned
or disposed of by Wednesday
morning at 10. No chametz is to
be eaten after 9:00 a. m. Wednes-
day.
Mawoss Chittim
Our charity fund is faking care
of an exceptionally large number
of poor families this year in di-
rect cooperation with the Jewish
Welfare Bureau and the Miami
Beach Relief Organization. We
appreciate contributions to this
fund. Simply send your check
to "Mawoss Chittim," care Beth
Jacob. 311 Washington Ave., Mi-
ami Beach.
For Our Soldiers
Before the past high holydays
our rabbi made a special trip to |
West Palm Beach and our syna-
gogue lodged and fed a large
number of West Palm Beach sol-
diers at our expense over the!
holiday period. This year our
Sisterhood has extended a wel-
come to every Jewish soldier and
cadet on Miami Beach to attend
sedarim at the homes of our Sis-
terhood. We know hosts and
guests will enjoy the holiday.
Passover Questions
Our rabbi is eager to answer
your questions concerning Pass-
over. We urge that whenever
in doubt you call him, as many
of these questions can be an-
swered satisfactorily only by an
Orthodox rabbi. We caution
against the use of so-called "Pass-
over products" unless they are
properly endorsed for Passover
use, by recognized rabbinical au-
thorities. .
Model Seder
Our religious school will pre-
sent its annual model seder th\s
Tuesday afternoon in our school
building from 4 to 6 o'clock. All
children of our daily and Sunday
classes are taking part. Parents
and friends are invited. Our
Sisterhood will provide the re-
freshments. Our Parent-Teachers
Organization is supplying the
children's costumes.
Taking part in the Passover
playlet are: Allan Berk, Gladys
Gewertz, Dorothy Feit, Robert
Herzog, Stanley Karp, Bernice
Sir, Bert Pecharsky, Alice Bax-
er, Leonard Berg, Irving Heller
and Jeanette Ser.
School Assembly
The following children took
part in our assembly program last
Sunday: Dorothy Feit, Franklin
Schoenbaum, Selma Cohen, Ber-
nice Koven, Stephen Gross, Mar-
sha Bender, Ruth Nesel, Jerry
Jacobs, Murry Hirsh and Ada
Mae Lurie.
Congratulations
We congratulate our Cantor
and his family on moving into
their own home on Lenox Ave.
and 6th Street. May God bless
them with health and happiness
in it.
Nichum Aveilim
Our sincere condolences to our
member, H. Jacobs, on the loss of
his mother. May God console the
bereaved.
Married
Carl Smolev and Miss Natalie
Altman were married last week
at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff
in the presence of the immediate
family.
Morris Epstein and Carolyn G.
Epstein were joined in marriage
by Rabbi Mescheloff this week in
the presence of family, friends
and guests of the Park Central
Hotel.
Beach Habanoth Celebrate
Passover
The Victory chapter of the Mi-
ami Beach Habanoth will cele-
au-', fassover Sunday night,
Aphil 4th, with a Third Seder.
An enjoyable program is being
prepared with the aid of the two
sponsors, Mrs. M. Mescheloff and
Mrs. E. Decky.
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PAGE TEN
+Jeistfk>ridiar
FROM THE
SWIVEL CHAIR
William I. Boxerman %
*\
y^n
the other day when a local pub-1 America PatriotsM Cponsor
dedicated to. .the four ot a meeting, ggg^ (rom
of the German
lication
freedoms appeared with an ad- were
vert.sement o^ th^ConstnuUona. | Q^
Educationa_
vertisement called upon all citi-
zens to beware of subversive ac-
tivities and to report them im-
mediately to the proper federal
authorities ... It suggested that.
if the civilian wanted to keep
, Large numbers of
members of both Bund and Front
alOndAp'nl 1st .1939. the League
was one of a group behind a
mass meeting where rairui
e d extensive
How the best intentioned pa-
are taken in by the smooth
and organizations capi-
ng on patriotic-sounding
names was revealed forcefully
Unfortunately, the editor of
that publication didn't check on
the League before carrying that
ad He might have saved him-
self much embarrassmentand
i lot of people some trouble.
The Constitutional Educational
[ue belongs to that gam: of
"super-patriots" like True. Chris-
tians. Sanctuary and Winrod who
preach anti-Semitism, bait labor
and reds, and fight the Roosevi H
administration.
On February 19th. 1939. that
"patriotic" league joined the
ENJOY A REAL "ONEG YOM TOV"SPEND
Passover at Park Central
640 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
...... .,... ;-j 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
pe
fuehrer, spoke. f
Kump formerly was editor oi
.the "Awakener." and "The Head-
both viciously anti-Semi-
tic The "Awakener" included
on it Dennis, the
man in
: ica today Such nun as
Felix Frankfurter and the late
Justice Bi ii r< di scribed
as Ci mmunist party mi i
by Kamp.
'When' investigated i y the La-
Follete Civil Lib< rl C mmit-
i... Kamp broke down ui
questioning ... He admitted his
league did nol educate and knew
nothing about the Constitution.
One of Kamp's pampl
called "The Fifl Column in
Washington." which la
most everybody from the presi-
dent down as a red (with special
emphasis on those of the Jewish
was distributed here in
Miami by a men.in r of a local
defense organization, who also
had been taken in by the League's
impressive name The distri-
bution ceased as soon as he found
out what was what.
We don't want this piece to
cast all organizations with patri-
ot names m a bad light forthere
are some, like Appreciate Ameri-
ca, headed by Dr. Paul H. Doug.
las of the University of Chicago,
with an office here, which are
doing very fine work in really
strengthening our country s mor-
al,, by fighting just the kind of
propaganda that organizations
ike the Constitutional Educa-
tional League are disseminating
Right now. Appreciate Ameri-
ca is placing patriotic posters,
drawn by the nation's leading
newspaper carte mists and ar-
tists with merchants and indust-
rial concerns in an effort to build
unity and end bigotry so that we
can go on and win this war with-
out too much delay.
In Daily Action
Serving the well-being of
ran Jewry internally and
allythat is the function
of B'nai Brith Through the
Anti-Defamation League, on the
affirmative side, it has consistent-
ly advocated Americanism .
Defensively, the ADL likewise
vigilant in protecting
American Jewry from the on-
slaughts of professional propa-
:.- who derived their liveli-
from the racket of anti-
ism.
Ii is well that the general com-
munity which benefits from the
ADL should bear this in mind
: the current membership
drive being conducted by Sholem
of B'nai Brith ... In
numbers there is strength .
HHDAY, MARCH 27. i942
Affiliate yourself with th.,
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America by joiningB'nai B'riflP
DAVID ZEITAnTguEST At
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David Zeitani is a guest a, ,.
Normandie Hotel, Miami BeJSf
and is in the Greater M.ami arp'
as the representative of the c?a
board Region of Religion t^a"
in Palestine. During his r
here he will organil ,S
chapter of the group which if,
participating agency of ,.a
Greater Miami Jewish FedeJ
tion. The religious labor S
ment unites all groups of rdiS"
lous pioneers and workers who
believe m religious Zionism and
who seek to rebuild the rconom,,
structure of Jewish life Qnmic
sound productive basis in P3i
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Your family may need Alka-Seltzer sooner and more often than
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PUDAY, MARCH 27, 1942
*Jewish HerkKan
PAGE ELEVEN
THE Y. M. H. A
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
The "Y" in Defense
Vex the past week, a committee
SaW Mrs. Harry Hacker
"^urifidV"Mrs. Stanley C.
.,..,< Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs
Grossman have visited
and
a.,T Mrs. Ida Optner and. Mrs
Mnurtcc Grossman have visited
!-Vrv air and naval base in this
,rea and have contacted every
executive officc for thc' PurPse
of making arrangements for the
P-,s<(ivrr Holidays for the Jewish
b0Vs in uniform. Every one of
ommandlng officers received
tin- committee most cordially and
thanked them and the Y. M. H. A.
for the fine work they arc doing
for these boys. Wherever they
they received a list of the
andarrangements are now
le to place these boys
with families.
Unfortunately, there are not
many Jewish boys in this area
but everyone will be provided
for. The response for Passover
tality has been so over-
wheln ing that there are not
enough boys to place in thc va-
rious homes who have asked for
This shows a fine spirit on
rt of Miami Jewry. They
lie depended upon to
do their part.
Volleyball Game at Opa Locka
On Tuesday morning Maurice
Grossman, executive director, re-
a call from the athletic
of the Opa Locka Training
Station asking us for a volleyball
for Tuesday night at the
B;i-> Our boys eagerly respond-
this rail and at this writing
its are being made to
S<> in Opa Locka in a body to
boys. This is just an-
; lance where the Y is al-
ways ready, able and willing to
assist with defense work. Re-
creation plays a big part in the
morale of the men in uniform
and the Y is glad to contribute
its share toward the same.
Girl Scouts
Last Tuesday night, Girl Scout
Troop No. 23 held a beautiful
candlelight ceremony at the Y.
All Girl Scouts attended in uni-
form and their parents were
guests. The new members of the
troop were inducted by Miss
Frances Ginsberg, Scout Mistress.
They took the oath and were giv-
en their pins of induction. It was
a very thrilling sight. These Girl
Scouts are doing a marvelous job
in assisting the Dade County Girl
Scout Troops with regular defense
work. Entertainment by thc
Scouts concluded the program.
Boy Scouts
A Cub Troop consisting of boys
nine years and over, is being
formed at the Y. All boys inter-
ested, please register at the officc.
Y. W. H. A. Passover Tea
The Passover Tea Committee,
of which Mrs. S. B. Miller is
chairman, is making elaborate
preparations for the annual event
to be held on Sunday afternoon,
April 5 at the Y, at 2 o'clock.
There will be a musical program
and very few speeches. The spe-
cial guests of the committee will
be the Junior Hostesses who have
been attending the regular Ser-
vice Men's dances. The complete
program will be given in these
columns next week. Those assist-
ing Mrs. Miller on the commit-
tee are the following: Mrs. Harry
Hacker, Mrs. Herman Slepian,
;'
ALAMAC
MIAMI BEACH FLORWAJ
Enjoy a Really Delightful
Passover Holiday at
Andron's Alamac Hotel
Impressive Seder Services
(Dietary Observance)
For Reservations Phone 5-2956
Special Meal Rates for Holidays
Collins Avenue at 13th Street
KOSHER KILLED CHICKENS
Compare Our Poultry and Prices at
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317 N. W. Fifth Street
Shoched On Duty Every Day Phone 2-3508
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Each Account Insured Up To
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Mrs. Sam Haas, Mrs. Jean Scit-
lin, Mrs. Charles Strauss, Mrs.
Max Pepper, Mrs. Harry Gro-
man, Mrs. Maurice Grossman,
Mrs. Maey Levinson, and Mrs.
Norman Jacobs.
Y. M. H. A. Planning Bazaar
With Its Affiliates
Harry Schwartz was appointed
chairman of the annual bazaar
committee to be held at the Y the
first week in May. This year
many surprises are being planned
and it will be one of the most out-
standing affairs of its kind ever
mid in this area. More details
will be given later. Those assist-
ing your columnist on the com-
mittee are the following: Dr.
Bockman, Leo Ackcrman, Ben
Sirkin, Pete Silverman, Herman
Waitsman, Frank Rose, Al Berko-
witz. Jack Apte, Geo. Rachlin,
Geo. Goldberg, Teddy Gulkis, Sol
Levin, Al Pallot, Joseph Berman,
Fred Shochet, Dave Brown, Geo.
Chertkoff, Larry Grossberg, Al
Reisman, Sam Seitlin, A. J. To-
bin. Nat Blumberg, and Phil
Berkowitz,
Blackout
With the war upon us, the Y is
ever mindful of preparing for
emergencies. For that reason a
blackout committee was appoint-
ed last week to make arrange-
ments to have a blackout room
set aside at the Y in case of any
air raids. Pete Silverman, chair-
man of that committee, is assist-
ed by Al Reisman. Al Rosenfeld
and George Chertkof. The com-
mittee is now making a survey
of the best available space and
will recommend the type of ma-
terials to be used for the same.
Girls' Progress Club Plans
Hay Ride
The Girls' Progress Club of the
Y is planning a hay ride on Sun-
day afternoon, April 12. More
details will be given in these col-
umns next week.
Notice Board Members
A special board meeting has
been called for Tuesday, March
iil at the Y Blue Room. Very
important messageCome early,
stay late.
News 'Round Town
Ben Levy, for many years a
staunch Y member, writes in from
Puerto Rico where he is sta-
tioned as a member of the 25th
Medical Detachment Ben says,
"I have always felt that America
owes me nothing, but that I owe
America everything. This is the
Land of the Free and the Home
of the Brave and thus it is going
to remain that way. America
was built for all people and is
a family of nations and we are
going to preserve it as it is, as
the greatest Democracy in the
entire world." Splendidly spok-
en, Ben. Let's hear from you
again soon.
To Nat Blumberg and family,
our deepest regrets upon the
death of his mother who passed
away last Thursday in Savannah,
Georgia.
The weekly meeting of the G.
P. C.'s, girls' division of the Y.
M. H. A., was held at the Y club-
room Wednesday evening, March
18th. The resignations of the vice-
president and treasurer were ac-
cepted and Evelyn Greenwald
and Jeanette Cohen were elected
to succeed them. Plans were
made for a hay ride to be held in
the near future for members and
their escorts. Meetings are held
every Wednesday night at 8:30
at the Y and girls between thc
ages of 19 and 25 are invited.
BUNDLES FOR BLUEJACKETS
OUTFITS SHIP SURVIVORS
Miami Bundles for Bluejackets
sent out a hurry call on last Fri-
day to all knitters making sweat-
ers for that organization. The
emergency which kept the phones
buzzing all day was a call for
sweaters for the men of the tor-
pedoed Merchant Marine vessel
who were picked up last week
off thc Cuban coast and have now
returned to the U. S. A. Sur-
vivors were viewing with alarm
the prospect of arriving in New
York unprepared for the cold
weather, having lost most of their
possessions when the ship went
down. They applied for sweat-
ers at the Miami office of B. F. B.
Miami B. F. B. has been in-
creasingly busy with the interest
and cooperation of Miamians
eager to help in the war. Over
400 articles of knitted wear .vere
despatched to the New York
Branch last week, to be used in
outfitting the sailors destined for
duty in thc North Atlantic.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
GOODMAN'S OFFER LINE OF
PASSOVER PRODUCTS HERE
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m. Youth Club 11:30 a. m.
Sisterhood social for men and
women, Monday at 8 p. m.
Passover services to be an-
nounced.
Temple Emanu-EI is a liberal
synagogue serving Fort Lauder-
dale. Hollywood and all of Brow-
ard County, Florida.
Goodman's, an internationally
know firm and one of the lead-
ing distributors of matzos and
Passover products for many years
has appointed Wucher and Lynn,
well-known wholesale grocery
as exclusive distributors in this
area for Goodman products.
Goodman's offers a complete
line of tea matzos, improved
square matzos. egg matzos, matzo
meal and matzo rerfel among its
Passover products.
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might of your country, buy De-
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FRIDAY, MARCH 27,
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2178
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.
Late Friday Evening Services
The last in the series of the
late Friday evening services for
this season, marking the 10th
consecutive services conducted
by Rabbi Max Shapiro, will take
place this Friday evening at 8:15.
Cantor Henry Marbein will chant
the melodies. The services will
be conducted by the following
members of the Junior Congrega-
tion: Bernard Dickson, Korine
David. Louis Fine, Meyer Green-
\T LIKES YOU
berg, Irene and David Jacobs,
Seymour Hinkes, Rosetta Klein,
Bernice Levinson and Harvey
Sootin. Irene and David Jacobs
will speak on behalf of the Junior
Congregation, and Bernice Levin-
son will give the closing prayer.
The central theme will be "Look-
ing Forward."
It has been very encouraging
to note that the group attending
services this season were resi-
dents of Greater Miami, and not
tourists. An Oneg Shabbos in
the auditorium immediately af-
ter the services arranged by Mrs.
J. Engler in memory of her be-
loved mother.
Junior Choir
Boys and girls of the Junior
Congregation, under the tutorship
and direction of Cantor Henry
Marbein will aid in the chanting
of the services this Friday. Any
boy or girl interested to join the
choir, will please contact the
Cantor.
Summer Services
In view of the interest shown
by many members and residents
of Miami to participate in sum-
mer services Friday evenings at
8:15 we shall begin such a series
after Shevuos from June 5th to
August 28th. It is necessary that
you contact the office and express
your intent with regard to sum-
mer services.
Shabbos Ha'-Gadol
This Sabbath is known as
"Shabbos Ha'GadoI." or the
great Sabbath preceding Pass-
over. During these services Sat-
urday morning at 9:30 o'clock,
Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Mack Shcnkman. will become bar
mitzvah. A reception in the au-
ditorium will follow immediately
after the services to which Bern-
ard extends a cordial invitation
to all worshipers.
The rabbi will speak on the
subject "A Continuous Chain."
Children's Seder
A miniature seder will be con-
ducted by the Junior Congrega-
tion for the students oi the Sun-
day School this Sunday morning
at 10:30 o'clock. The entire ser-
vices will be explained and in-
terpreted so thai the students
will be familiar with the Passov-
er observances. Passover edi-
bles will be served by the Sis-
terhood. Mrs. Sam Dickson.
chairman of the P. T. A., and her
committee, will serve as host-
esses.
Passover Schedule
Passover this year will be ush-
ered in at sunset. Wednesday, at
7:15 o'clock. The first two days
of Passover are Thursday and
Friday The rabbi will speak in
English and Yiddish
The Cantor will chant all tra-
ditional prayers. "Yiscor or Me-
morial services will take plait
Thursday. April 9th at 0 a. 1m.
If you desire your beloved ones
to be included in the Memorial
services, please phone the rabbi
and inscribe their names as a
safekeeping for all times.
Junior Passover Services
The Junior congregation will
conduct special services Thurs-
day and Friday mornings at 10:JU
o'clock. Children are urged not
to attend classes but to come to
the services. An excuse for ab-
sence will be given to those only
who attend these services.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of be-
loved ones whose names are in-
scribed in our Book of Life, and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com-
ing week, will be mentioned from
the pulpit during the services
this Friday night: Shlomma
Ahron, father of Charles Leven-
ston; Baila. mother of Mrs. J.
Engler; Zazel Hershel, father
Mrs. Daisy Bremen.
of
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-M92
590 S. W. 17lh Avenue
TALMUD TOKA1I
1645 S. W. Third Street
Passover Notes
Rabbi Kellner will conduct the
gale of Chometz up to Wednes-
day morning. April 1st and will
be in the synagogue every morn-
g and .veiling. Between Min-
ha and Maanv the Rabbi teaches
the Laws of Passover every
weekday. ,
Children's Sedar
The children of the Sunday
School and Talmud Torah wil
have a miniature seder during
the Sunday School hours on bun-
day March 29th. The children
will conduct the ceremonies in
the traditional manner.
Siyum Bechovim
Rabbi Kellner will complete
the study of the Tractate Megil-
lah on Wednesday morning Erev
Pessach after the Shachns Ser-
vice and a most cordial invitation
is extended to all just first born
men and boys to be present.
Shabbos Haggadol
Rabbi Kellner will discuss the
most pertinent Laws of Passover
from the pulpit on this coming
Sabbath morning and will speak
at 10:30 a. m. on "Sabbaths; Great
and Small." In the afternoon the
rabbi will speak in the Tradi-
tional Halecha manner and speak
1 in Yiddish at 6 p. m. on "Will
History Repeat." The Shalos
this week is donated by Mr. Max
Rifas. our president, in honor of
the marriage of Arthur Rifas, his
youngest son.
Bedikas Chometz
The search for the leaven
should be conducted Tuesday
night. March 31st. immediately
after night fall. This very im-
portant ceremony, symbolic of
the cleaning of our homes from
all chometz is an essential part
of the Pre-Pessach rituals and
1942
we urge its genuine obscr^T
Rfuo Shlemo '
We regret to hear of thn
nessof Mrs. R. SnyderUrnV""
conut Grove and pray tm h
quick recovery. ner
Nichum Avelim
We chronicle with pr0fnnj
grief the passing of Na't B uU"d
berg s mother and we bee t
tend to him the conereWm*.'
most profound sympathy.
Jewish Radio Hour
Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner win
speak on the Rabbinical h7
this Sunday afternoon, M m,
29th at 4:30 p. m. over H2
WIOD He will speak on "Qu"n
tions. Old and New." **
Moat Chittim Committee
The following are active in ik.
synagogue on our Moas Chittim
Committee: Max Rifas, nahh
Gluck, Mrs. Sarah Alber and
Mrs. Levine. a
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Pro Patria
We pause this week to salute
Nathan Robbins. son of our bro-
thel'. David Rabinovich. who won
a distinction as squad leader on
the second day of his arrival to
Camp Robinson. We pray for his
welfare and hope that he will re-
turn to his loved ones in good
health and happiness.
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OUPAY, MARCH 27, 1942 TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. 19th Street Office Phone 2-7746 RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. *" Rabbi Emeritus 8196 Indian Creek Drive—6-1265 Miami Beach RADIil COI.MAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 iJiGorce Drive Miami Beach Phone 6-1738 + knisl tkridNnn PAGE FIVE Rabbi Zwitman will be in the Temple every morning. You may consult niih him o" matter* concerning the Jewish community, or your personal problems, You will be assured symDSthetie hearing and advice, and. needli'ss to say. each matter will be held in strict co nfiden ce. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, March 27, at 8:15 o'clock, in observance of Isaac M. Wise Memorial Sabbath tin Men's Club of Temple Israel will participate in the Sabbath service. Harold B. Spaet, president of the Men's Club, will be in charge of arrangements. Isaacwill speak on the subject, "Judaism—Plus or Minus." A reception for worshipers, under Sisterhood sponsorship, will follow the service. Sabbath Morning Services Saturday morning, March 28th, at 11 o'clock, congregational participation, Torah reading, and interpretation of Biblical portion, by Rabbi Zwitman. Passover Morning Service Thursday morning, April 2, at 11 o'clock Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject, "Deliverance from Oppression." Temple Seder As a service of accommodation to our Temple members, the annual Passover Seder will be held on Wednesday evening, April 1 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. 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 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. Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis, Sisterhood president, is in charge of this project. 'Special Youth Group Meeting Sunday evening, March 29 at 8 o'clock in Kaplan Hall, prePassover Rally, amusing skits, dancing, refreshments and social hour. All young people in the congregation above the age of 16 are most cordially invited. Admission free, Melvin Green, president; Marvin Goldman, program chairman. In Memoriam "May the Father of peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services this Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Joseph Hollender, father of Dr. A. R. Hollender. Yahrzeits: Theresa Riesner. mother of Bert Riesner and Mrs. Herbert Kleiman; Stanley L. Jacobs, husband of Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs; Hary Hollender, mother of Dr. A. R. Hollender; Louis CONGREGATION GATES OF PRAYER 230 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rickovsky This coming Sabbath morning at the services to be held at the [ Congregation, Rabbi Joseph E. i Rackovsky will deliver a ser| mon on the subject, "Conceit." | At the afternoon service he will I deliver an address on the subject, "Beur Chometz." Services will be held during the entire week of Passover at the Congregation. Services are being held daily, each morning and each evening. All members and friends are invited to consult the rabbi regarding preparation for the Passover holidays. Rabbi Rackovsky may be reached at the Congregation or at his home, 1330 Pennsylvania Avenue, regarding the sale of Chometz, as well as in regard to any laws and regulations incidental to the conduct of Passover observance. FQg^/ICTORY BUY UNITED STATES DEFENSE lONDS AND STAMPS Diamant, brother of Mrs. Rose Raff. Gift presented to the Temple by Mrs. Henry Kauffmann in memory of her father. Prayer books presented to the Temple by Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs in memory of her husband. W0^-^4 *v %  ^ # £ £ LODGE ON LAKE A *@atte and fty&fHt HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK*ARKANSAS Your part in America's Victory Program requires energy, vigor and health. Keep fit by relaxing at this world-famous health spa in the beautiful Ouachita Mountains. Horseback riding, golf, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing on Lakes Hamilton and Catherine; and countless other recreations. Oaklawn horse-racing season from February 23 to March 28. Located in its own private park, the Eastman offers quiet relaxation, yet is conveniently close to everything. A wide variety of accommodations. Government supervised bathhouse under the same roof. '"OlNtj J Ii, Saa P c c 4 •o, K *n*l U '"o,, "Io„ CO: y—utl 500 ROOMS J n *xo^ st j/j,iSs^lOul "-OVN. HOT 2* "..). ,$2 5 0 f 'on v *II FROM WALTER E. DAVIS. Manager ii*-;, '"<* ""OS •


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rRIPAY ^MARCH 27, 1942 PALM BEACH NOTES MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK Representative Martin Gold, a student at The Citadel Charleston, S. C, spent several days at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Gold, Palm Beach. Rabbi M. Greensetin returned from Orlando where he was guest speaker at the synagogue. Dr W. E. VanLandingham, local health officer, was guest speaker at Congregation Beth El vJenisti fhr/kUam PAGE NINE recently. His topic was "Disease Prevention. B'nai B'rith Lodge No 1146 were hosts recently at a card party held at Schwartzberg Hall. Mrs A. Bergman was hostess to the Beth El card party Sunday night at Schcr Hall. "For Good Health Use HOLSUM BREAD" ROGERS BAKERIES. INC. 415-17-19 Okeechobee Rd. Bakers oi Holsum Products PHONE 3851 WEST PALM BEACH ALFAR CREAMERY CO. MILK CREAM CE CREAM FERGUSON E R AL OME 1201 South Olive Drive WEST PALM BEACH PHONE 5172 Ambulance Day or Night NOTICE for the benefit of our many Jewish Friends. Southern Dairies will have Kosher Dairy Products 'or the week of Passover Give y 0ur or d er to your *>cer or to a Southern Dairies Milk Man. SOUTHERN DAIRIES W EST PALM BEACH PHONE 4188 Plans for Passover were discussed at a joint meeting of Congregation and Sisterhood Beth El Jack Kapner and Mrs. Ben Ryder presided. Unveiling of a monument to the memory of the late Hyman Kapner took place last Sunday Rabbi M. Greenstcin officiated assisted by Rev. M. Kanter. Mr. and Mrs. H. Bloomberg and daughter have returned to their home in Patchogue, L. L., N. Y. Mrs. A. Levin is recuperating from an operation at a local hospital. Israel Rogoff, uncle of Dr. and Mrs. Carl N. Herman has returned to his home. Nathan Gulkis. Stuart, has been called to New York due to his father's illness. Lou Gold, son of H. Gold, left to join the service of the United States. B'NAI B'RITH AUXILIARY TO HOLD DINNER AND DANCE One of the most important social events of the season to be sponsored by the organization will be a gala dinner and dance complete with floor show to be held by the Ladies Auxiliary of Sholem Lodge, B'nai B'rith. Sunday, March 29th at the Latin Quarter. This affair will be staged for the benefit of the Student Union Scholarship Fund of B'nai B'rith. Reservations may be made with Mrs. E. Albert Pallot, chairman of the event, who will be assisted by Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. Barney Goodman, Mrs. Robert Weinstcin. Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Jennie Rotfort. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Ileach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCKES. Cantor Phone 4-0406 2263 S. W. 21t Terrace ask for KOSHER ZION PRODUCTS at your LOCAL DELICATESSEN THIS LABEL Insures Your Health U. S. Gov't. Inspected Demand It! DELICIOUS SALAMI WEINERS CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI Kosher Zion Sausage Co. CHICAGO If You Are in Need of Kosher Zion Products—Call PEARL BROS. SOLE DISTRIBUTORS 1725 N. W. 7th Avenue PHONE 2-6141 Sabbath and Holiday Services Passover evening services will be held Wednesday and Thursday at 7 o'clock. Morning services will be held at 7 o'clock in our Community Building and at 9 o'clock in our synagogue building. Rabbi Mescheloff will preach the first day on: "We Ask." Friday morning he will take as his subject "Our Answer." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Shabbos Hagadol Our rabbi will speak on important Passover laws during the morning's services. He will present the traditional Passover Pilpul Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. The public is invited. Bar Mitzva Shepard Faber will celebrate his becoming a bar mitzva during this Sabbath morning's services. Refreshments will be served by his parents after the services. Siyum HaBchor Jewish law requires that every "B'chor," or first-born male, fast Erev Pesach unless he has reason to partake of a Sudass Mitzva. Traditionally this is done by a Siyum. Rabbi Mescheloff will hold a Siyum on the Talmudic Tract: Kidushin: on Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. All first born are urged to be present. Mechirass Chametz Jewish law requires that every Jew must not only refrain from eating all leaven, but must not have any chametz in his possession during the Passover holiday. Chametz and its utensils, etc., can be sold to a non-Jew through our Rabbi. This is known as Mechirass Chametz. For this purpose see our rabbi at the synagogue or his home any day up to Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. This is a duty for tourists as well as natives. Bedikass Chametz Traditional search after leaven takes place Tuesday evening in each home. Biyur Chametz All chametz must be burned or disposed of by Wednesday morning at 10. No chametz is to be eaten after 9:00 a. m. Wednesday. Mawoss Chittim Our charity fund is faking care of an exceptionally large number of poor families this year in direct cooperation with the Jewish Welfare Bureau and the Miami Beach Relief Organization. We appreciate contributions to this fund. Simply send your check to "Mawoss Chittim," care Beth Jacob. 311 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. For Our Soldiers Before the past high holydays our rabbi made a special trip to | West Palm Beach and our synagogue lodged and fed a large number of West Palm Beach soldiers at our expense over the! holiday period. This year our Sisterhood has extended a welcome to every Jewish soldier and cadet on Miami Beach to attend sedarim at the homes of our Sisterhood. We know hosts and guests will enjoy the holiday. Passover Questions Our rabbi is eager to answer your questions concerning Passover. We urge that whenever in doubt you call him, as many of these questions can be answered satisfactorily only by an Orthodox rabbi. We caution against the use of so-called "Passover products" unless they are properly endorsed for Passover use, by recognized rabbinical authorities. Model Seder Our religious school will present its annual model seder th\s Tuesday afternoon in our school building from 4 to 6 o'clock. All children of our daily and Sunday classes are taking part. Parents and friends are invited. Our Sisterhood will provide the refreshments. Our Parent-Teachers Organization is supplying the children's costumes. Taking part in the Passover playlet are: Allan Berk, Gladys Gewertz, Dorothy Feit, Robert Herzog, Stanley Karp, Bernice Sir, Bert Pecharsky, Alice Baxer, Leonard Berg, Irving Heller and Jeanette Ser. School Assembly The following children took part in our assembly program last Sunday: Dorothy Feit, Franklin Schoenbaum, Selma Cohen, Bernice Koven, Stephen Gross, Marsha Bender, Ruth Nesel, Jerry Jacobs, Murry Hirsh and Ada Mae Lurie. Congratulations We congratulate our Cantor and his family on moving into their own home on Lenox Ave. and 6th Street. May God bless them with health and happiness in it. Nichum Aveilim Our sincere condolences to our member, H. Jacobs, on the loss of his mother. May God console the bereaved. Married Carl Smolev and Miss Natalie Altman were married last week at the home of Rabbi Mescheloff in the presence of the immediate family. Morris Epstein and Carolyn G. Epstein were joined in marriage by Rabbi Mescheloff this week in the presence of family, friends and guests of the Park Central Hotel. Beach Habanoth Celebrate Passover The Victory chapter of the Miami Beach Habanoth will celeAU-', f ass over Sunday night, Aphil 4th, with a Third Seder. An enjoyable program is being prepared with the aid of the two sponsors, Mrs. M. Mescheloff and Mrs. E. Decky. R. W. BROWN & CO. 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PAGE TEN +Jeistfk>ridiar FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman % *£\ y^n the other day when a local pub-1 America PatriotsM C£ponsor dedicated to. .the four ot a meeting, ggg^ (rom of the German lication freedoms appeared with an adwere vert.sement o^ th^ConstnuUona. | Q^ Educationa_ vertisement called upon all citizens to beware of subversive activities and to report them immediately to the proper federal authorities ... It suggested that. if the civilian wanted to keep Large numbers of members of both Bund and Front al On d Ap'nl 1st .1939. the League was one of a group behind a mass meeting where rairui e d extensive How the best intentioned paare taken in by the smooth and organizations caping on patriotic-sounding names was revealed forcefully Unfortunately, the editor of that publication didn't check on the League before carrying that ad He might have saved himself much embarrassment—and i lot of people some trouble. The Constitutional Educational [ue belongs to that gam: of "super-patriots" like True. Christians. Sanctuary and Winrod who preach anti-Semitism, bait labor and reds, and fight the Roosevi H administration. On February 19th. 1939. that "patriotic" league joined the ENJOY A REAL "ONEG YOM TOV"—SPEND Passover at Park Central 640 OCEAN DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH .,.. %  ;-j 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 pe fuehrer, spoke. f Kump formerly was editor oi .the "Awakener." and "The Headboth viciously anti-Semitic The "Awakener" included on it Dennis, the man in : ica today Such nun as Felix Frankfurter and the late Justice Bi II r< di scribed as Ci mmunist party mi i by Kamp. 'When' investigated i y the LaFollete Civil Lib< rl C mmiti... Kamp broke down ui questioning ... He admitted his league did nol educate and knew nothing about the Constitution. One of Kamp's pampl called "The Fifl Column in Washington." which la most everybody from the president down as a red (with special emphasis on those of the Jewish was distributed here in Miami by a men.in r of a local defense organization, who also had been taken in by the League's impressive name The distribution ceased as soon as he found out what was what. We don't want this piece to cast all organizations with patriot names m a bad light forthere are some, like Appreciate America, headed by Dr. Paul H. Doug. las of the University of Chicago, with an office here, which are doing very fine work in really strengthening our country s moral,, by fighting just the kind of propaganda that organizations ike the Constitutional Educational League are disseminating Right now. Appreciate America is placing patriotic posters, drawn by the nation's leading newspaper carte mists and artists with merchants and industrial concerns in an effort to build unity and end bigotry so that we can go on and win this war without too much delay. In Daily Action Serving the well-being of ran Jewry internally and ally—that is the function of B'nai Brith Through the Anti-Defamation League, on the affirmative side, it has consistently advocated Americanism Defensively, the ADL likewise vigilant in protecting American Jewry from the onslaughts of professional propa:.who derived their livelifrom the racket of anti%  ism. Ii is well that the general community which benefits from the ADL should bear this in mind : the current membership drive being conducted by Sholem of B'nai Brith ... In numbers there is strength HHDAY, MARCH 27. i 942 Affiliate yourself with th., %  gest .Jewish organization *t Americ a by joining B 'nai B'riflP DAVID ZEITANTGUEST AT THE NORMANDIE H 0T g David Zeitani is a guest a ,. Normandie Hotel, Miami BeJSf and is in the Greater M.ami arp as the representative of the c? a board Region of Religion t^ a in Palestine. During his £ r here he will organil ,S chapter of the group which if, participating agency of ,. a Greater Miami Jewish FedeJ tion. The religious labor S ment unites all groups of rdiS" lous pioneers and workers who believe m religious Zionism and who seek to rebuild the rconom,, structure of Jewish life Q n mic sound productive basis in P 3 i estinc. rai Have you bought your De fense Bonds yet? 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FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1942 + Jewish FIcrkHaun PAGE THREE KING'S, .g^gj KOMMENTS SiHi The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial opinion of The Jewish Floridian Change of policy says King Here soon will he bring They take him to task The readers they all ask Who—what—when and why Think and figure—then they sigh We think we know who you mean Tell us—please come clean Furthermore they all say Give facts—that's the way The good you want to do The info first from you Then the devil we will all raise Till wrong-doers change their ways. Yeshiva College of New York tried some new experimenting recently hypnotising tome of the students. The results showed that the only instruction that the hypnotized failed to obey was that of eating treifah ... a new class to learn the art of Hypnotism is being formed here. King believes in an individual having the right to live his own private life without being interfered with but then again some individuals in certain walks of life have with the assumption of their particular profession made of their private lives—public ones They are looked up to, respected etc. and this individual in order to satisfy ones personal desires must of a certainty be careful of his behavior The brazen effrontery of one of the individuals of whom King speaks is astounding his actions this week were without regard. A petition to Federation is now being circulated demanding that funds allocated to one of its participating agencies be stopped ... to prevent the misusing of these funds. The Public Relations man her will soon find himself on the carpet for his inefficiency ... or is it due to the fact that too much responsibility is shoved upon him BTTEnilDIl! RRI11V HIEI.! Effective immediately we are setting aside 20% of our total guest capacity and will accomodate free of charge parents of men in service of UNCLE SAM stationed in Miami Beach. Each such stay will be limited to one week, so that as many friends as possible may participate in this offer. We deem it a privilege to aid the men engaged in this great war for Freedom. THE CLEUELMIDER HOTEl ON THE OCEAN FRONT, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA "It's marvelous—this Chicket! It tastes just like chickon fat... but it's all-vegetable, parve and kosher. Now 1 get a meat taste in a milk meal." PASSOVER GUIDE Passover starts, sunset, Wednesday evening, April 1st, and ends, Friday April 10th. All cnometz" should be removed from homes not later than Wednesday, 9 a. m. Hotels and Restaurants Miami Fagan's Palatial Kosher Rest. Miami Beach Andron's Alamac. Evans Hotel. London Arms Hotel. Nash Hotel. Nemo Hotel. New Yorker Hotel. President Hotel. Park Central Hotel. Seabreeze Hotel. Dairies Florida Dairies. Home Milk Producers. Land-O-Sun Dairies. Southern Dairies. White Belt Dairies. Sunny Brook Creamery. Fish East Coast Fisheries. Markets and Delicatessens Miami Max's. Rosedale. Miami Beach National Kosher Market. Meat and Poultry Springer's Poultry Market. Midwest Poultry Market Aichtee Poutry. Matsos and Matso Products Goodman's. Wucher-Lynn-Distributors. Horowitz-Margareten. National Brands, Distributors. Manischewitz. Levinson Food Specialties Co., Distributors. General Passover Products Rokeach. Levinson Food Specialties Co., Distributors. Montora Wine. Manhattan Distributors. Kosher Zion Delicatessen. Watch for Passover Label. Chiket. National Brands. 1st Sader, Wednesday evening. 2nd Sader, Thursday evening. (See synagogue bulletins for time of services.) For further information call your Rabbi. Typical of the HIAS service on the front of human salvage is the case of hundreds of refugees and immigrants who recently arrived on the S. S. Nyassa from Lisbon. Above is a group of refugees, photographed upon their arrival at the Pennsylvania Depot, New York, where their needs were ministered to by HIAS, which provided shelter and food for a considerable number of the group. Many of the refugees were enroute to Central and South American countries, while others were eagerly welcomed by their American rlatives and sponsors. The HIAS is a participating agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. For Victory BUY U.S.BONDS AND STAMPS BRITISH SECRETARY WILL STUDY PALESTINE PROBLEM "SOCIAL IUSTICE" CALLS WAR NOT WORTH FIGHTING New York (WNS) — "Social Justice" this week proved that a leopard cannot change its spots. For the first time since Pearl Harbor, the anti-Semitic, proNazi organ of Father Coughlin, tore aside its weak-hearted pretense of support of the war effort when it alleged that the Jews and not the Nazis started the war. Styled in the manner of Germany's Jew-baiter Julius Stretcher, the article baselessly claimed that the present war resulted from "the persecutions suffered by 600,000 Jews in Germany." GUARANTEED TO10"W3 AGASH CHIKET The all-vegetable shortening with the chicken taate CH1KKT In manufactured by the AGASH RKKINING CORPORATION, under the kashruth supervision of Rabbi Hershel KoenlKsbers;. Guaranteed parv6--rree from all contact with meat. ZOYA FYODOROVA Star of "Girl From Leningrad," Plaza Theatre, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 31st and April' 1st. GAINESVILLE NOTES If Your Grocer Cannot Supply You PHONE 2-7401 National Brands. Inc.. Wholesale Distributors The younger Jewish girls of Gainesville have organized a social group under the title of the "Light" club. Meetings are held every Sunday and afterwards Open House is held sponsored by the Hillel. Entertainment and refreshments are served. The president is Marie Brownsteen. However, since the membership at present is small, other offices such as secretary, treasurer, vice president are filled by Mimi Rudderman. Charter members of the club are Marie Brownsteen, Pricilla Fruchtman, Esther Gilmore, Dena Mazo and Mimi Rudderman. Sidney Brouse is general manager and Betty Bobroff is a pledge. The "Ligh*' would line very much to correspond with other clubs and would welcome any advice offered to make the club a success. Any girls between the ages of 15 and 21 in towns near Gainesville, that are interested in joining this club are invited to write. Mimi Rudderman, Secretary Box 444 Gainesville .Florida. London (WNS)—A delegation of members of Parliament headed by Lord Wedgwood demanding an investigation of the policies of the Palestine administration, met with Colonial Secretary Lord Cranborne who promised that he wold study the aspects of British policy. Since he entered office just recently. Lord Cranborne explained that he had not yet been able to thoroughly investigate and study the Palestine situation. At the same time, the London Palestine Investment Company which is seeking to promote trade between Palestine and the British Empire revealed that British I capital has continued to be in vested in Palestine all during the war period. Since the oUt-! break of the war, English Jews have invested large sums in Palestine, the chairman, Captain H. I A. Leon announced. RABBI MILTON STEINBERG New York (WNS) — Professor of New York, who has been apHerman Strauss, head of the Jewpointed a member of the Nationish Hospital in Berlin committed al Hillel Commission, the governsuicide on the eve of his schedi ing body of B'nai B'rith's 65 uled deportation to a Polish Hillel Foundations and Counselghetto. He was 74 years old. lorships. WOMEN NOW CHOOSE PEOPLES^^^^COMPANY M o 1 1 y w o d Ft. l>. a < i < t l ( NI..I %  • a • h



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& I PAGE TWO 9>Jmlst>ncr/J/at7 FRIDAY, MARCH 27. Social • • Personals Clubs • • Organizations PERSONALS Corp. Irving Rotfort returned to Pensacola after a brief visit in Miami. • • • J. Aron Abbott is recuperating from a recent operation at Jackson Memorial Hospital. • • • Sam Luby is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital following a recent automobile accident. • • • Miss Lillian Aronson of New York is vacationing with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Marcus. • • • Rev. Nathan Wrooble is convalescing at home following an operation at Jackson Memorial Hospital. • • • Miss Mickey Bluestone left for New York this week after spending the season with Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller. • • • Mrs. Nathan Adelman is a patient at Jackson Memorial Hospital where she is recuperating from an operation. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fricdell of Baltimore, Md., are spending a month's vacation at the Milburn Hotel. Miami Beach. • • • Boo Levy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Levy of Miami Beach, is recuperating from a recent illness at Ft. Knox where he is stationed. Mrs. Levy left last week to visit her son. ANNIVERSARIES ORGANIZATIONS Workman's Circle Branch No. 692 of Greater Miami will hold a dinner Sunday evening, March anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder were the recipients of many congratulatory messages upon the 2 "'"''" 6 ""m "at the Lyceum, 25 occasion of their first wedding $£ h ft £ "£ !" e M 4 a m l Beach. Entertainment will be provided. The Bialek Branch, Jewish National Workers Alliance will hold their second annual Third Sedar Sunday, April 5th at 7 p. m. at the Nemo Hotel, Collins Avenue and 1st Street, Miami Beach. UNVEILING The unveiling of a tombstone to the memory of the late Ben Rigel of Far Rockaway, N. Y., will take place Sunday, March 29th at 2 p. m. at Woodlawn Cemetery with Rabbi Abraham Kellner officiating. Mr. Rigel was survived by his wife, a son, Edward Rigel; and three daughters, Mrs. Jeanctte Laschower, Mrs. Dorothy Gurowitz and Mrs. Rita Amstcr. DEATHS Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz left for St. Louis to attend the funeral services for R. R. Gilbert, father of Mrs. Kopelowitz, who passed away last Friday. BAR MITZVAH Zelda Syman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Syman. entertained a group of R. A. F. Embry-Riddle and Municipal air cadets at her home Friday night. Dancing and games were enjoyed followed by a buffet supper. Mr. and Mrs. George Burney assisted the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shenkman announce the bar mitzvah of their son, Bernard, which will take place Saturday. March 28th at 9:30 a. m. at the Beth David Synagogue. Friends and relatives are invited. Pvt. Dave Kronberg left for Camp Wheeler, Ga., where he is stationed, after visiting with his family for several days. Start a Dinner Set! ADDA-PLACE way saves you money $45 0 1 unit Get exactly the pieces you need as you need them. Unit No. 1 contains 1 Dinner Plate. Square Salad Plate, Bread and Butter Plate. Cup. Saucer. Fruit Dish. Unit No 2: 13-inch Platter and Vegetable Dish. Unit 3: Vegetable Dish MIAMI STORE. DINNERWARE Sugar with Coyer. Creamer. FIFTH FLOOR 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 tjj Sader Ritual will be conducted on both nights by the popular Cantor Louis Hayman WE SUGGEST EAHLY RESERVATIONS PHONE 2-9869 A reception in honor of Dr. Dolnick and Dr. Dave Rabelsky of Chicago will be held Saturday night. 8 p. m. by the Bialek Branch of the Jewish National Workers Alliance at the Workman's Circle Lyceum, 25 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. • • • American Women's Home Defense held a card party last Wednesday at the Betsy Ross Hotel for the benefit of the armed forces of the U. S. The committee in charge were Mrs. S. Jacobs, Mrs. S. Loeb, Mrs. Ida Spivack and Mrs. Sarah Saperstein. • • • Cloyd Head, formerly director of the Miami Players, will be the guest speakers at the Forum, sponsored by Miami Section National Council of Jewish Women, on Friday, March 27th, 2 p. m., in the Miami Beach Elks' Club, 720 West Avenue. Mrs. Harry Marcus will conduct the consumer interest part of the program. Mrs. Herman Wepman will be chairman. • • • Edward Clarke, of the University of Miami, will review the book, "This Above All." by Eric Knight, at the Spinoza Forum, 11th Street between Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, this Saturday afternoon, 3:30 p. m. Monday morning, 10:45 a. m., Prof. Clarke will give Alfred Tennison's "Enoch Arden". Tuesday evening, 8:15 p. m. there will be an informal discussion and poetry readings by Herman Eager and Mrs. Nelson. • • • A Smorgesbord Luncheon is being sponsored by the Dade Chapter of the National Children's Cardiac Home, which will take place at the Fassa Restaurant in the Mayflower Hotel, 1702 Alton Road, Miami Beach, on Monday, March 30th at 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Ida Cohen, chairman of arrangements is being assisted by Mrs. Joseph Miller and an active group of members. A new dormitory in the name of the Chapter is well under construction on the Home grounds at 4250 West Flagler Street. Miami. The proceeds of this affair will hasten its completion and the admittance of many more children. WE ARE RUNNING SPECIALS on Turkeys, Geese, Ducks AND ALL OTHER POULTRY Order Your Holiday Poultry and Eggs Now—From AICHTEE POULTRY & EGG CO.. INC. 1335 N. W. 7th Ave. PH. 3-6028 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggeit But—Biggest Because Best GET YOUR FANCY EXTRA FAT POULTRY FOR PASSOVER AT THE MIDWEST POULTRY CO. 1832 S. W. 8th STREET PHONE 2-2279 H. C. Apple, Prop. %  ORGANIZATIONS Girl Scout Troop No. .3 under the direction of Mrs. Evelyn Decky donated cookies and books to the USO club on Biscayne Boulevard. • • • iMiaml Section, National Council of Jewish Women will hold its regular business meeting on Tuesday, March 31st, 2 p. m. in Council House, 1427 N. E. Bayshore Place. The nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Benjamin LeV-ne, chairman; Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Hyman Pushin. and Mrs. William Shayne will present the slate of officers for the coming year. Nominations from the floor will be accepted at this meeting. Mrs. Monte Selig, president, will preside. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Victor Eskenazi announce the birth of their daughter. Zelda Loraine. at Victoria Hospital last Friday. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Saperstein of New York announce the birth of their daughter born last Sunday. Mr. Saperstein is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Saperstein of Miami Beach. ENGAGED A luncheon and bridal shower as held recently for Miss Seidhn. daughter of Mr and was held recently for Miss R„ Seidlin daughter of M? S *& *L e ^eid lm of PhiladeU phia and New York, at the hZ" of Mrs. Rudy Adl'er. To-fe esses were Mrs. J. N. Morris m* Mrs. Lillian Hoffman. Miss ISSL lin is the bride-elect of Wilii-,1" C. May, formerly of Atlanta"^ now assistant manager of the Cor sair Hotel, Miami Beach Mr May is the son of Mr. and MR Julian Steinman of Miami Beach' The wedding will take p i ace April 5th at the home of Mr and Mrs. Morris Litt on Allison k land. Guests present were Mrs Joseph Richter, Mrs. Charles Greenfield, Mrs. A. Seiden, Mrs M. Kovan, Mrs. Sol S. Goldstrom Mrs. Rose Steinhauser, Mrs. Sam Halper, Mrs. S. Steinberg, Mrs Solomon Halpert, Mrs. A. Bricker, Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mrs. Jack Kasselman, Mrs. Marion Brunton Mrs. Frances Weinberger, Mrs Irving Frumkes, Mrs. Morris Litt Mrs. Hermon Klein, Mrs. Henry Labowitz, Mrs. Alvin Richter Mrs. Irving Greenfield, Mrs. Silas Rosenthal, Miss Loretta Beder. Mrs. Maurice Fineberg and Mrs! Julian Steinaan. Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? Two Days Only PLAZA THEATRE S. End of Washington Ave. Miami Beach Two Days Only COMING SOON! Tuesday and Wednesday— March 31-April 1 A Mighty Tribute to the Indomitable Spirit of Russia's Women in Battle FILMED ON THE MANNERHEIM LINEI N. Y. World Telegram says: "Best foreign film of the year." N. Y. Daily News says: "A compelling drama." N. Y. Herald Tribune says: "Striking, absorbing, honest, entertaining." U GIRL FROM LENINGRAD" (with English titles) starring ZOYA FYODOROVA Beautiful Idol of Two Hundred Million Russians Plan to See It Now! This Picture Positively Will Not Be Shown in Any Other Greater Miami Theatre. Plan to See It Now! If 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. MReserve Now for the Entire Holiday end Food Service Tl HOTEL EVAN/ Telephone 5-4611 Collins Avenue at 10th Street


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i> PAGE FOUR +Jels*ncrId&?L FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 1942 wjewisli Florid tain = PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 8. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Entered as Second-Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Frd K. Shochet^Managing Editor____ ^TuYsCRIPTlON One Year, $2.00 S^JIonttoJLOO NISSAN 9, 5702 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 13 VOLUME, ID „ 9? ,q 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. MAR CH 2,, 19-u CLOUDING THE ISSUE Once again an unfavorable spotlight has been turned on Miami Beach its hotels; and Ha hotel owners. That our brethren dommate the hotel industry on Miami Beach is a fact that as a people we can be justly proud of. It is Soug? their investments farsight, business ability progressiveness, fortitudes and perser7S2& hey made horn nothing a business mecca, a growing city built on a solid foundation known through the world. As hotel owners they have created and made pos sible the vast tourist trade that we have come £ depend upon so much. They created he need for help in their industry and like enterprises thus bringing many thousands of famines to permanently reside here^ It does no need much scrutinization to see how important the hotel industry is and how the livelihood of this area revolves around it. That the Jewish people as a whole are judged by the action of a few is nothing new, dating back as far as history can record, lne easy and first line of resistance that is followed by making a Jewish issue of every event that transpires often resorting to using every possible way of maneuvering to so do is likewise an old and oft-repeated trick. An investigation into the Miami Beach Hotel situation proves the old contention that there is two sides to every story and also that the same story can be told or written in many ways. While this may not sound complimentary to newspapers inferring that they would "color" a story, it is true and admitted. Not only admitted but more so practiced in the daily as w,ell as other branches of the journalistic field. The investigation into the Miami Beach Hotel situation wherein some five or six hotel owners are accused, because of price, to have prevented the army, in time of war. to obtaining space needed and to have kept this mucch-needed and tremendous influx of people and army men of the officers training school from locating here proves conclusively several pertinent facts:— The issue regardless how implied, told, written or expressed is not a Jewish one. It concerns dealings of representatives of the army who may be excellent officers but likewise not as excellent business men with hotel owners of Miami Beach all of whom are not definitely Jewish That the tremendous majority of hotel owners recognizing both their patriotic duty and the need for a sound business policy went out of their way to cooperate and offer their hostelries despite sacrifices many had to make That there was mismanagement in the handling of negotiations by both parties concerned as proven that further negotiations now being carried on show 100% cooperation even beyond that anticipated. It is easy to condemn and create trouble. It is easy to purport and exaggerate. It is also as easy to eliminate hysteria, to learn the TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfacts and to find out both sides andthe^ truth of a story. This is what we must^lea n to da In this specific instance it was the duty ol all hotel men to cooperate with the government fulfilling its needs and quickly so, !" > !" W full well that there exists in this land that sense of fairness, of decency and of justice that would prevent personal catastrophes that theu own financial structure and setup would create and that for the moment could not be taken care of by Uncle Sam. If and we sincerely doubt that there today exists this type of individual, subsequent disclosures show that these few hotel owners had personal profiteering motives then regardless of who they might be, should have the spotlight turned upon them and their aispiay ot avariciousness made public to all that they may receive the scorn and the punishment they so rightly deserve. Justified Confidence In this weeks issue of The Jewish Floridian there is released the announcement of the appointment by the Attorney General of the United States of one of our communal leaders to an important post in the services of our government in the present emergency. We are proud of the appointment of Stanley C. Myers as a member of the Enemy Alien Hearing Board for the Southern District of Florida. Just as proud as we are of this honor has it so justly been conferred. Stanley Myers since his entrance into public life many years ago and still a young man, has carried himself with dignity, endeared himself to all with whom he comes in contact, and conducts himself so that all of us point him out as the exemplary type of man, Jew and leader. He has striven in his endeavors to learn minutely and in detail that which he undertook and by so doing realized the needs for such continued activity and rested not on his success which was much and his achievements which were many. He has and is continuing to work harder, devoting more time and sacrificing greatly of his time to his profession and to his family. He has during his career of Public Service always had an attentive ear to those who came before him demonstrating an unselfish devotion to the task before him. Surpirising to note and highly commendable is that his interests are unlimited and cover a multitude of varied fields. From B'nai B'rith to synagogue, to Welfare Bureau, to Federation, to Bar Association, to Community Chest, to the Association of Welfare Agencies ... all among his endeavors We know that the confidence expressed in i him by the Attorney General in the appointment is not unfounded and will be a stepping stone to new and greater heights of accomplishments in this field of service to his fellow men. ytMtJly ecHtgidewtial _By PHTNEAS J. BrRONWAR ECHOES Ambassador Lawrence F. Steinhardt, whose appointment to his new Ankara post entrusts him with a most delicate diplomatic mission, succeeded in making himself persona very much grata with the Turkish government even before leaving Ste country to take up his duties It was Steinhardt who orranaed for the lend-lease shipment of American pursuit planes to Turkey, which had been unable to acquire these aircraft in any other way One of the few Jewish generals in the British army is Frederick H. Kisch. who as Col Kisch was the chairman of the Jewish Agency Executive from 1823 to 1931 ... General Kisch is with the General Staff, and is considered an authority on desert warfare Reports that the Japanese have captured and killed China's General Ma-Ma, the former Moishe Cohen of Manchester, indicate that our Chinese Allies have lost their Jewish military leader ... But fate has sent them another Jewish aide, this time in the person of slim, pretty young Ottilie Wang, who was a medical student in her native Germany till Hitler's oppression forced her to leave She married a Chinese fellow student, and for the past several years has been working day and night in the military hospitals of the Chinese army ... A widow now, her husband having been killed in battle, Ottilie is continuing with her work ... But no Florence Nightingale is she—instead, she is considered one of the Chinese army's most skillful surgeons. WAR NEWS Statistics showing that the first seventy-five recipients of the Distinguished Flying Cross in this war among American forces, six pilots—that is, eight per cent—are Jews, have been unearthed by Winchell George Jessel is a very disappointd man, because his application for Navy service was rejected on physical grounds ... But George, after all, is no chieken, being well over forty Songstress Dinah Shore will be working for Unle Sam now She's going on a Defense Bond sales tour... Cellist Emanuel Feuerman, who recently completed some trio and quartet Victor recordings with such artists as Jascha Heifetz and Artur Rubinstein, was a tremendous hit at-Fort Riley, Kan. the other day, when he interrupted his concert tour to give a free recital before the soldiers of the Cavalry Rplacment Training Center, the only camp in the country where both the old-fashioned horse and modern mechanized units are in use. STAGE AND SCREEN Broadway was afraid to touch it, but the Studio Theatre of the New School for Social Research recently staged "Nathan the Wise," the famous play on tolerance by the great German author Lessing—and was sold out for every single performance of its run before the curtain rose on the opening night This play, of course, was one of the main items in hitler's bookburning spree of some years ago, despite the one hundred per cent Aryanism of its author Luise Rainer's attempt to make a stage comeback in a revival of Sir James Barrie s "A Kiss for Cinderella," was not much of a success ... But the free entertainment she gave at Fort Dix the other day made her the darling of the boys in khaki Charlie Chaplin, they say, is hoping to make a new film in the near future ... It will be about Landru, the French Bluebeard of some years ago, and will appropriately be entitled "The Lady Killer" Besides, he is planning to reissue some of his old pictures with sound dubbed in—a musical background, and a spoken commentary which he himself provides ... In fact, one of these reissues, "The Gold Rush," is already being shown here and there, and is creating what its title indicates. WHAT THEY PUBLISH We hope you didn't miss Waldo Frank's beautiful article, "The Jews Are Different," in the March 21st Saturday Evening Post We've been tipped off, however, that Milton Mayer's "The Case Against the Jews, appearing in the Post of March 28th (which we have not seen at this writing), is even more tactless than the piece on the Jews which the same magazine carried some months ago under the signature of Jerome aFrank We understand also that the gentleman who unU recently was the editor of the Saturday Evening Post refused the suggestion that his paper publish an interpretation of the Jewish case by Pierre van Paassen "Songs of New Russia," a collection edited, with English lyrics, by Olga Paul and our friend Gregory Bronsky, has gone into the second edition, to which four new songs have been added The publish" 1 ? house of Harpers is bringing out a new collection of Hitlers rantings When somebody called the attention of CassCa* field, Harpers' literary editor, to the "danger" of Hitler's dying before the book is out—which would kill the sale of the volume — Canfield retorted: "That is a risk which Harpers aie delighted to take." THIS AND THAT hv The largest matzah ever baked has just been producea DJ the Manischewitz Company—and in the shape of a V 1 Victory) to boot It's four feet tall, and represents theJ change in matzah shape in many decades, since the old-taw loned round matzah gave way to the modern square VOTW Just to show that they mean it, the Manischewitz people aie a cooking up a special batch of matzah perforated in the dot 1 A typical example of AZA service to the Salvage tor Victory campaign is illustrated hv th D above photo which shows some of the more than 25,000 old automobile license plates collected by AZAs Abe A. Freed Chapter in New Orleans. !• %  coneciea .-uuKiny up a special batch of matzah pertoratea in • u dot-dash code V for Victory What with Ameria having her own diamond cutting these days, since the Dutch ana gian specialists in this work no longer are in a position to a in their own countries, you'll be interested to know that a gi of refugee diamond cutters is starting a school in New in which this difficult art will be taught ... The most W^J aspect of a recent experiment in mass hypnotism on the stu j body of New York's Yeshiva College lies in its failure m (CONTINUED ON PAGE •)



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PHjpAY, MARCH 27, 1942 • • Jewish fhrMton PAGE SEVEN i S O C I E T Y i (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2) Mr and Mrs. Edward Goldrre announce the approaching wedding of their daughter Norma to Simon Brown of New York City The wedding ceremony will be performed on Sunday, March 29th at 5:30 p. m. by Rabhi Colman Zwitman at his study on La Gorce Drive. The bride, given away by her mother and father, will wear a beautiful tearose afternoon gown with blue accessories. Arthur Evans, her brother-in-law, will be best man. After the ceremony, there will be i dinner and reception at the Dining Room of the Hotel Evans at 7 p. m. that night. The couple will spend a week at the Hotel Evans and will return to New York where Mr. Brown is entering business. Dr. Abraham Wolfson left for New York to attend the wedding of his daughter, Evelyn, to Edwin Niman. The wedding will take ?i aCe u n a X L l Sun

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o PAGE SIX 9>Jewist\fk**Ma* FRIDAY, MARCH 2 7, 1942 DE SOTO HANDICAP IL EVENT The De Soto Handicap, the six furlong dash which is the principal sprint attraction of the spring session at Tropical Park, will draw a field of no less than nine and possibly as many as eleven. Such is the present outlook for the $5,000 added event. Highweight of the party will be the recently disappointing Augury and. despite that defeat, the Happy Argo mare will be one of the choices, if not post favorite. Trainer Bill Hicks firmly believes the Neil McCarthy 5-year-old will redeem herself if the footing is fast. Best regarded of the other hopefuls at the moment are De Kalb, a "bear" over the Gables oval and a clever winner on Monday, and Bull Reigh, a stake winner of other seasons. His last indicates that the Bull Dog colt is right on edge for a powerful effort in the week-endy fixture. After Augury, the pair promises to be r:ext in popular demand. Porter's Cap, who has turned his attention to sprinting following local failure in distance competition, put in a fair one himself in the Biscayne Purse on Monday, though mud mad have aided him in that dash. He's another rated a certain starter. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES STRESS VALUE OF AMERICA mmmmmmm Max Dobrin, Mrs. Mathilda Ratner, Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. ... w -* S2HS !" CA !" !, SSS E SSiKJGS le SSf. Jf J5S3 Various government agencies are cooperating with each other in the program of teaching, and helping those who earnestly desire to learn the fundamentals of real citizenship. Stressing the full import of what it means to value of U. S. citizenship and the be able to say "I am an American". Among these agencies are: the Immigration and Naturalization Service; Department of Justice; State Board of Education; and the Works Projects Administration, from which the teaching personnel is drawn. Noncitizens wishing to enroll in any of the National Citizenship Education Program classes may apply which may be most convenient to home, business, or working hours. Ada Merritt Jr. High School. S. W. 7th Avenue and 3rd Street. Rooms No. 1—106—110. Monday through Friday. 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Highland Park School. 1020 N. W. 7th Avenue. Rooms 15 and 18, Monday through Friday. 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m.; Southside School, 45 S. W. 13th Street. Monday, 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 an<5 Friday. 4 to 9 p. m., Tuesday and Thursday, 4 to 8 p. m.; Gesu Church (auditorium) N. E. 1st Avenue and 2nd Street. Monday throuRh Friday. 1 to 5 p. m. Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? SEA BREEZE HOTEL COLLINS AT SECOND STREET MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY FOR PASSOVER HOLIDAYS TRADITIONAL SEDAR SERVICES PHONE 5-9444 KSTaEVHff NEW BOOKS iLewisoh^s novel are profound EVE tW BUU&a for the wor)d today f t there Philadelphia, Pa.:—J. Solis-Cohen, Jr.. president of the Jewish Publication Society of America, in announcing the Society's program for 1942. emphasizes the determination of the Society to consistently increase its publication program in order to answer the demand for more Jewish books in English. The Society will publish seven volumes during 1942. instead of the three A SSALT ON JEWISH STORE books which were formerly published under the old program. Philadelphia (WNS) — Two The publication program for 1942 wou ld-be Hitlerites, aged nineincludes, Renegade, by Ludwig teen, were given a j T mtricnhn \17hirh h5 lUSt COIlH' .t .1...... ......>!..... fore comes as a shock that the story he tells is depicted against a historic background. In Renegade. Lewisohn has written a story which thrills and pierces, since it deals eloquently and vividly with the permanent needs of the human heart. It contains 340 pages and is priced at $2.50. IAIL TWO 19-YEAR OLDS FOR Lewisohn, which has just come off the press. The novel Renegade, Lewisohn's first major work of fiction since 1937, is based on a theme into which he has poured the distillation of a lifetime deteller. Against the background voted to his craft—that of a story of the later eighteenth century in Paris in unfolded the turbulent story of Joshua Vidal, the Jew, who desires to throw off the burden of his heritage for the wideness of the world and for a woman's love. The crisis in Vidal's life is the crisis that comes to every man who thinks he can tamper with fundamental loyalties only to find that he must face the fate of those'whom he attempted to put out of his life. jail sentence of three months to three years for leading a gang of hoodlums into a Jewish store here, assaulting Philip Bain, the owner, and destroying the merchandise. As they entered the store, the gang of anti-Semitic hoodlums shouted, "we give you the same treatment as Hitler would give the Jews." SOVIET WAR DRAMA TO RP SHOWN AT PLAZA THEATRE "Girl From Leningrad," the first Soviet film about World War II, will be seen here at the Plaza Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 31st and April 1st. The film portraying the heroism of a nurses' unit under fire at the Northern Front, was filmed on location along the for. mer Mannerheim Line, with the technical direction of Red Armv officers experienced in winter combat. The title role is played by Zoya Fyodorova who was last seen here opposite Sergei Le me shev in "Musical Story." still being exhibited in Leningrad and other Soviet cities, "Girl From Leningrad" is dedicated "to those women, everywhere, who fight with the weapons of courage and tenderness at the side of men defending their future." America at war is rapidly discovering that its woman power is an asset every bit as valuable as its manpower. How the fortitude and efficiency of women serving fighting men under fire can help to win wars is graphically demonstrated in this picture. Vivid scenes of nurses braving enemy machine guns to aid the wounded offer a realistic clue to the determination of Russia's women to do no less for their country than their men. 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1> PAGE EIGHT 9-Jmist norktiar FRIDAY, MARCH 27, l 942 MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 415 Euclid Avenui Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Dr" "Bcns'iorTViif preach on the fee and Everct Walshon. Mr. topic. "The Miracle Man." and Zeitani of Palestine Mizrachi Cantor Josef S. Lengyel will officiate with the Jewish Center Choir directed by Miss Edith Hatzoir was guest speaker at the Oneg Shabbes. The following newly elected Freeman. President Mayer H. officers will be installed: M. H. Services Schedule Daily Services 8 A. M. Evening Services 6 P. M. Saturday 9 A. M. Oneg Shabbat 5 P. M. %  Passover Calendar The Passover calendar of services will include services on Wednesday and Thursday. April 1st and 2nd. evenings, at 7 p. m. Morning services will be held on Thursday and Friday. April 2nd and 3rd at 9 o'clock. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak on Thursday. chaplain Joshua L. Goldberg. U. S. N. R.. and Max Manischewitz April 2nd at 10:30 A. M. on the ovcrsee thc baking of Matzos. the age-old symbol of freedom, in a subject. "Israels \ lgil. On r nncw snape _v for Victory—to be served at a community "seder, day morning he will speak on, or Passover ceremonial dinner, to be held in New York for 500 "Bread of Affliction. Jewish soldiers and sailors under the auspices of the National JewEvening services on the last isn Welfare Board. Max Manischewitz will be host at thc seder on two days of Passover will be held April 1, at which Chaplain Goldberg will officiate. The seder will at 7:30 P. M. on Tuesday and take place in the Jewish Welfare Board's Servicemen's Club, at 1 Wednesday. April 7th and 8th, g ast g5th Street. Matzos. or unleavened bread, was the food eaten respectively. Morning services bv [ni children of Israel while escaping from bondage of the Egypwill be held on Wednesday and tl an pharoahs. The eating of the Matzos at the Passover season Thursday at 9 o'clock. Dr. Bencommemorates annually this Biblical event. sion will speak at 10:30 A. M. on %  Wednesday on the subject of Frankcl will deliver a presiden-' Frankel. president; Samuel Fried"When a Jew Sings and Why. Ua mL ssagt and Dr Bension will land, vice president: Herman M. and on Thursday. Shall these insta]1 thc new iy elected officers. Berk, vice president; Harry SirDead Live Again. Qn Saturday mo rning at 10:30 Dr.' kin. treasurer; J. J. Falk. recordEvery one is welcome to attend j Bension will preach on the Scrip-' in secretary; Leo Robinson, finall these services. | lura i lesson and thc bar mitzvahs ancial secretary. The following Installation Sabbath Services | will be celebrated of the follow-1 will be installed as board memThis Friday night at 8 o'clock' ing: Richard Drazen. Edward Jafbers: Abe Selevan. Samuel R Sherman. Joseph M. Rose, N. H. Hankotf. M. berk. Hyman Berman, David Miller. Raymond Rubin. Leon L. Stoller. M. Lippman. Dr. J. B. Coleman. Baruch Holman. Kolman Luria, Henry Spero. Alex Sussman. Book of Life We again call attention to the very' important notice that all those who desire an "El Molay Rachmim" prayer and the names of their departed relatives mentioned at the Memorial services on the last day of Passover. Thursday. April 9th. must arrange now tor inscribing those names in the Congregation's Book of Life. No names will be accepted from the floor at the services and none but those inscribed in the Book of Life will be mentioned. Sisterhood Garden Party The Sisterhood Garden Party at the patio of the Blackstone Hotel on Thursday evening proved a very tine success. The families of the donors were hugely entertained and expressed their hearty appreciation of the courtesy of the Blackstone Hotel. The Sisterhood also had as its guests a number of uniformed men. The Community Seders Final preparations have beei made tor the Community Pesach Seders tor uniformed men at the patio of the Center en Wednesday and Thursday evenings, April 1st and 2nd. All men in the Officers Candidate School have been invited as our guests and a number of local families have also been accommodated. Dances for Soldiers Under the auspices of the Social Center League the Saturday night dances at the Cent, r patio are proving very successful. All men in uniform are the guests of the group and civilian men are charged a modest fee WE DISTRIBUTE THE ONLY KxrfAeA 9XVM,(HMA Wmei Bottled under the Supervision of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky of Miami Beach Congregation Gates of Prayer We Also Carry a Complete Assortment of CARMEL PALESTINE AND E. & K. WINES GANELES—LENGER WINES ASK FOR THIS BRAND Manhattan Distributors, Inc. 110 North West Fourth Street ALL PHONES— 3-3641 Miami, Florida RUSSIAN WAR RELIEF, INC. RAISES LARGER FUND HERE Greater Miami Committee of the Russian War Relief. Inc., formed two moths ago made pubhe today that during its short existence the sum of $9,084 J>2 has been raised in this community, a record of more than SI 000 per week. Attributing the sDlendid achievement to two ma'.,„• factors, a fine responsefrom Greater Miami citizens and visitors supporting affairs and the performers and lecturers who donated their services to aid the cause. Events sponsored by the committee include Yehudi Mcnuhin concert, an affair at the Russian Bear, a Gypsy Rose Lee pi^ Mutation and tag day at Miami Beach Another activity of the group includes 140 women in knitting classes who have computed ever 250 garments to date. Included on its board of directors of the local group are I.eo Robinson. Prof. Harold E. Briggs. Edward Mercer, Mrs. Edith Talle. Dr. Bowman F. Ashe. Jack Bell. Dr. Morris Goodman. Mrs. Henry Gregor, Rev. Glenn James. Rabbi Jacob Kaplan. Jack Kofoed. Mrs. H. Strongman Miller. Roy W Singer, Michel Thorgevsky and Mrs. Arnold Volpe. •The only way today in which the Satan of our times can be overcome, is to combat his evil designs with every possible weapon, spiritual, educational and material." —Rabbi Louis I. NewMan DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STERLING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road For the Practice of General Dentistry S T RIC T LY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) certain point Although ordered to eat bacon while in their trance, all of these very Orthodox students refused to do so, ABOUT PEOPLE Why Max Reinhardt, indubitably the greatest name in the theatre, has not yet been offered a teaching job in one of America's universities is beyond us Reinhardt would make one of thc best drama professors imaginable ... To those who are wondering what Walter Winchell will do after his contract with his present syndicate expires this year, we may confide that Walter intends to take a sabbatical year and devote himself to war v/ork The first official function which Dr. Chaim Weizmann will attend in this country, some time in April, will be a conference of all Zionist parties, climaxed by a great dinner in his honor Maxim Litvinov's wife is a most versatile lady She's a writer, and a most original painter And, you should know, she started painting only recently, since coming to Washington Cartoonist Milt Gross is having an exhibit of his drawings in Hollywood, and the movie colony is hailing him as a genius. Baseball fans are advised to keep their eyes on Ed Levy, who may make the grade for the Yankee team this year ... To scouts who have seen him in action he looks like a young Hank Greenberg. 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wJeMsti Flloiridlia in CostMMNG The Jewish HJinnlty pf ICTORY BUY < N| r r p VOLUME 15—No. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS "Dade county residents today stand at the crossroads in one of the vital parts of home defense, with the success or failure of the S297.500 campaign of the Dade County Community Chest hanging in the balance. This drive will close at noon today and reports given by division leaders at a luncheon meeting in the Columbus hotel will show whether men and women of this area have done their best to insure victims of misfortune against unnecessary mental and physical suffering because of circumstances beyond their control," said Bryan Hanks, chairman of the chest drive. "The last report, which was made on Wednesday, showed more than $54,000 still needed and a total of $233,124.78 now in hand. This needed $297,500 is essential for the continued operation on a minimum basis of the 22 agencies of the chest that care for all types of human woe and misery that can be lightened. Hundreds of volunteer solicitors have been busy calling on men and women, asking them to give to the chest. But the response has been a repetition of the cry heard only too often during this war "too little," and brings up the question of whether "too late" also will be added." Efforts have been made by solicitors to reach every person in the county to request a contribution, of at least one day's pay. Of course, this coverage has not been perfect, so if you have been missed, why not sit down now and make it your business to see that the chest gets YOUR gift anyway? And if you have given, can't you increase the size of your donation? The need is great. The chest and its 22 agencies affect the lives of all of us and the Jewish Welfare Bureau derives the greatest percentage of its financial support from that source. We must be generous when it comes to defending the home front, just as we have been generous in patriotic causes. !" L NAZIS SAY U. S. RABBIS WERE PAID BY BRITAIN FOR VIEWS London (WNS)—Nazi and Fascist propaganda bureaus devoted a considerable attention to the statement issued last week by a group of 57 American rabbis opposing the formation of a Jewish Army in Palestine. The Nazi radio in Paris commented that the rabbis had been paid for their statement by the British Government. The Rome radio, however, greeted the statement with applause, stating that the American rabbis showed a complete understanding of the Arab position in Palestine. Hitherto, the Rome radio added, the Palestine Arabs were friendly only with the orthodox Jewish elements in Palestine, but now their friendship would extend to the reform elements. PL ESTABLISH JEWS London (WNS)—Adolf Hitler has given his complete support j to Japan's demand that the Vichy government allow Japanese troops to use the French African island as a military base, it was reliably reported here. In return for Hitler's support, Japan has agreed to establish a Jewish "reservation" in Madagascar. Nazi authorities are now exerting pressure on Marshal Petain to yield to the Japanese demands. For some time Hitler has been reported planning to transport Europe's Jewish population to Madagascar. Now that Japan has entered the picture. Nazi spokesmen are urging Japan to become "the instrument for saving the civilization of Europe from the Jewish danger." In the event the deal goes through, Japan will probably ship the 20,000 Jewish refugees in occupied Shanghai to Madagascar. These refugees will constitute the nucleus of the Jewish "reservation," which Hitler hopes will be large enough to take in all of the Continent's Jews. As one Nazi official stated recently, Hitler will send all the Jews to Madagascar and then tell them "to shift for themselves." n.iUR OF ONLY 33,000 JENS Geneva (WNS)—The Jewish Population of Vienna, in the years before Hitler a happy and thriving community of 175,000. has wen reduced by executions, imprisonment and deportations to W.000 persons. These figures were reported with obvious satis{action by Nazi Commissioner oaldur von Shirach in an inters' W in the Nazi newspaper foolkischer Beobachter." The Nazi commissioner stated Wat since the Nazi occupation of 2J? !" the Nazis have seized %  HM.OOO rooms once occupied by Jews in Vienna. The rooms were made available to "Aryans." he wid He reported that most of "H* Jewish community had been aoportod to Polish ghettos; many ""I s pad been executed or sent 'o Nazi concentration camps. The remaining 33,000 Jews in %  enna. the Nazi commissioner ?r.nn dl have at their disposal '.ooo rooms. This means that five Jews must share one room. The iurniture and other household Possessions formerly owned by am f? ave been distributed among "Aryans." HITLER CONSIDERED TO BE WORLD MULTI-MILLIONAIRE London (WNS)—As a result of the Nazi systematic confiscation of Jewish-owned newspapers, publishing houses and advertisj ing firms in Germany and in the occupied countries, Adolf Hitler I has become one of the wealthiest men in Europe, if not the whole j world, according to authoritative sources here. These sources claimed that a special committee was set up in Berlin to supervise the Jewishowned properties. The Nazi Fuehrer planted one of his most loyal men on this central committee and actually reaps the profits from the hundreds of newspapers, news agencies, ad! vertising firms and publishing | houses which were seized in all i Nazi-dominated countries. The Nazis took over newspapers which were only partly owned by i Jews or which had a number of Jews on the board of directors. These newspapers and other enterprises were completely Nazified and the public was compelled to support them. It was estimated here that the annual income of these properties was about $35,000,000, which puts the Berlin 'disciple of peace in the multi-millionaire class. I Stanley C. Myers, widely known for his activities in civic, religious, communal and philanthropic endeavors, was this week the recipient of an appointment by Francis Biddle, attorney general of the United States. Appointment came from Washington and announced Mr. Myers' selection as a member of the Enemy Alien Hearing Board for the southern district of Florida. The appointment was announced March 12th and Mr. Myers together with J. Mark WilCOMMITTEE WILL SPONSOR PARADE AND MASS MEETING A committee urging all-out war production will hold a parade and public mass meeting at 8 p. m. next Saturday at Bayfront Park, Clyde A. Epperson, committee secretary, has announced. The parade and meeting were arranged by Dr. Marvin Smith, committee chairman. The committee has passed a resolution demanding 24-hour war production seven days a week, asserting that only all-out production can insure victory. Committee members include J. L. Mixson. Dr. H. Block. E. Davis, Maj. C. L. Libby, Abe Kurman. Dr. J. H. Keene, W. M. Wright Joseph P. McGhan, Comdr. J. M. Murrcll, Maj. H. E. Mason. Barco Bishop, Judge J. C. Gramling. H. R. Jordan. Dr. Smith, Dr. J. Murray Cox, Epperson, Dr. Albert Kendall and J. Y. Gooch. VALLATSQQNTQBE STANLEY C. MYERS cox, Luther Mershon of Miami and J. Ferguson of Ocala, compose the four-man board. The state is divided under the Federal .Judiciary Administration into two parts and the Southern distirct includes all the territory from Jacksonville south and on a direct line west across the state along the western coast. Mr. Myers has served as president of innumerable local organizations including the Jewish Welfare Bureau. Beth David Congregation, B'nai B'rith and the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. He is an active member of the Community Chest and is participating in several divisions of the present campaign. He is at present chairman of the board of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Compensation for services to the government for members of the board is $1.00 per year. Announcement of meetings of the board for enemy alien hearings will bo made shortly. London (WNS)— Xavier Vallat, appointed last year by Marshal Petain to deal with the "Jewish question" in unoccupied France, will soon be given broad powers which will make him virtual dictator of the Jews in unoccupied France, according to authoritative Free French circles here. Vallat, one of France's leading advocates of complete "collaboration" with Nazi Germany, disclosed this information at a meeting of his associates in Nice recently. The meeting had been called to review the progress of the anti-Jewish campaign in the so-called "free" territory. The Commissioner of Jewish Questions reported that he nad already ordered the dismissal of at least 3,000 Jews who hold miner civil posts. This does not include the number of Jewish teachers, professors, lawyers, gov! ernment officials and others who were dismissed without pension rights shortly after the advent of the Vichy regime. The extent of the powers soon to be granted Vallat could not be learned but Free French officials expressed the opinion that the Commissioner, a notorious antiSemite, would introduce even more stringent anti-Jewish legislation. They pointed out significantely that Vallat, aware of the lack of popular enthusiasm for his anti-Jewish drive, was forced to report that the dismissals of Jewish civil servants were conducted "with a liberal spirit and in the interests of France." PARiS IEWS FORCED TO PAY VICTIMS OF R. A. F. RAIDS London (WNS)—The Jews of Paris will be compelled to compensate French and German victims of the recent Royal Air Force bombing attacks on Paris armament factories, the Nazi radio in Paris reported this week. This move is in line with the Nazi program to drive a wedge between the French population of occupied France and the Jews. The Nazi press blamed the Jews for the recent raids and announced new police drives against Jewish pro-British agents. The victims will receive indemnities from funds raised through the sale of confiscated Jewish property, the Nazi radio said. EXILED NORWEGIAN HEADS VOW VENGEANCE ON NAZIS London (WNS)—The Norwegian Governmcnt-in-cxile will, in the near future, publish a White Paper, based on documentary evidence, of Nazi and Quisling atrocities against Norwegians and Jews, it was disclosed here. Exiled Norwegian officials have been busy for months collecting data from escaped refugees on the Quisling puppet government. Sources close to the exiled Norwegian government said that the White Paper will include a pledge to avenge all crimes committed by the Nazis and Quislingists against the entire civilian population. NOTED SPEAKERS TO ADDRESS 1842 COUNCIL SESSIONS William J. Shroder of Cincinnati and Oscar Strauss Jr. of Atlanta will be the speakers at the opening session of the 1942 conference of the Southeastern Region of the Council of J. wish Federations and Welfare Funds at Chattanooga on March 28th and 29th. according to Donald Oberdorfer, Atlanta, and Hirsh Kaplan, Nashville, co-chairman of the program committee. Mr. Strauss, director of the Office of Price Administration in the Southeast, will speak on "The Effects of the War on General Business and Economic Life in the South." Mr. Shroder. chairman of the board of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, and nationally known for his outstanding work in Jewish and non-sectarian philanthropic activities, will address the conference delegates on "The Effects of the War on Jewish Communal Organization." Professional and lay leaders of Jewish communities throughout the Southeast will discuss during the two-day conference problems facing local communities with regard to army and navy servicein the Southeast: fund-raising in 1942: latest developments in the overseas and immigration field; welfare fund budgeting and Jewish education in the community program. Attendance at the conference will be limited to delegates designated by the Council's member agencies in the region. An innovation at the 1942 regional conference will be the introduction of "Information Please" sessions on the subjects of campaigning in 1942 and wartime programs of overseas and refugee agencies. The "Clifton Fadiman" of the Information Please session on campaigning will be Donald Oberdorfer. of Atlanta, co-chairman of the 1941 Atlanta Jewish Welfare Fund campaign and chair(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5) ANTI-JEWiSH LI N NORWAY Tel Aviv (WNS)—A Polish army officer presented this week at appropriate ceremonies a torah scroll, which he had rescued from a burning synagogue in Benghazi when the allied troops entered the city, to a synagogue in Tel Aviv. Stockholm (WNS)—Major Vidkun Quisling, who emerged as a foremost authority on the "Jewish question" following his recent visits to Berlin, this week intensified the anti-Jewish campaign in Norway, ordering all Jewish institutions in that country closed, it was reported here by Swedish correspondents. The order closing down Jewish communal offices and othe* Jewish institutions was believed to be the forerunner of a bitter anti-Jewish drive. The confiscation of property owned by the Jewish community will probably be next on Quisling's agenda. Quisling officials have already issued a decree barring Jews from entering Norway. Plans are now under consideration to deport the Jewish population of about 3,000. (To give weight to its anti-Jewish drive the Quisling regime claims there are 10,000 Jews in Norway.) These plans are being held in abeyance until Hitler can put into effect his scheme to create a huge Jewish "reservation" either in Russia or in Africa." i


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PUDAY, MARCH 27, 1942 Jewish HerkKan PAGE ELEVEN THE Y. M. H. A NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ The "Y" in Defense Vex the past week, a committee SaW Mrs. Harry Hacker "^urifidV "Mrs. Stanley C. .,..,< Mrs. Ida Optner and Mrs Grossman have visited and a !" .,T Mrs. Ida Optner and. Mrs Mnurtcc Grossman have visited !-Vrv air and naval base in this ,rea and have contacted every executive officc for thc P ur P se of making arrangements for the P-,s<(ivrr Holidays for the Jewish b0V s in uniform. Every one of ommandlng officers received tincommittee most cordially and thanked them and the Y. M. H. A. for the fine work they arc doing for these boys. Wherever they they received a list of the andarrangements are now le to place these boys with families. Unfortunately, there are not many Jewish boys in this area but everyone will be provided for. The response for Passover tality has been so overwheln ing that there are not enough boys to place in thc various homes who have asked for This shows a fine spirit on rt of Miami Jewry. They lie depended upon to do their part. Volleyball Game at Opa Locka On Tuesday morning Maurice Grossman, executive director, rea call from the athletic of the Opa Locka Training Station asking us for a volleyball for Tuesday night at the B;i-> Our boys eagerly respondthis rail and at this writing its are being made to S<> in Opa Locka in a body to boys. This is just an•; lance where the Y is always ready, able and willing to assist with defense work. Recreation plays a big part in the morale of the men in uniform and the Y is glad to contribute its share toward the same. Girl Scouts Last Tuesday night, Girl Scout Troop No. 23 held a beautiful candlelight ceremony at the Y. All Girl Scouts attended in uniform and their parents were guests. The new members of the troop were inducted by Miss Frances Ginsberg, Scout Mistress. They took the oath and were given their pins of induction. It was a very thrilling sight. These Girl Scouts are doing a marvelous job in assisting the Dade County Girl Scout Troops with regular defense work. Entertainment by thc Scouts concluded the program. Boy Scouts A Cub Troop consisting of boys nine years and over, is being formed at the Y. All boys interested, please register at the officc. Y. W. H. A. Passover Tea The Passover Tea Committee, of which Mrs. S. B. Miller is chairman, is making elaborate preparations for the annual event to be held on Sunday afternoon, April 5 at the Y, at 2 o'clock. There will be a musical program and very few speeches. The special guests of the committee will be the Junior Hostesses who have been attending the regular Service Men's dances. The complete program will be given in these columns next week. Those assisting Mrs. Miller on the committee are the following: Mrs. Harry Hacker, Mrs. Herman Slepian, ;•'• ALAMAC MIAMI BEACH • FLORWAJ Enjoy a Really Delightful Passover Holiday at— Andron's Alamac Hotel Impressive Seder Services (Dietary Observance) For Reservations Phone 5-2956 Special Meal Rates for Holidays Collins Avenue at 13th Street 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 lAIIE FEIIEEUL OF MIAMI 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Resources Over S6,500,000 J. M. LIPTON, President I 4 or Safety, Security and Liberal Return ... Place Your Funds In Dade Federal Each Account Insured Up To $5,000 By The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation Mrs. Sam Haas, Mrs. Jean Scitlin, Mrs. Charles Strauss, Mrs. Max Pepper, Mrs. Harry Groman, Mrs. Maurice Grossman, Mrs. Maey Levinson, and Mrs. Norman Jacobs. Y. M. H. A. Planning Bazaar With Its Affiliates Harry Schwartz was appointed chairman of the annual bazaar committee to be held at the Y the first week in May. This year many surprises are being planned and it will be one of the most outstanding affairs of its kind ever mid in this area. More details will be given later. Those assisting your columnist on the committee are the following: Dr. Bockman, Leo Ackcrman, Ben Sirkin, Pete Silverman, Herman Waitsman, Frank Rose, Al Berkowitz. Jack Apte, Geo. Rachlin, Geo. Goldberg, Teddy Gulkis, Sol Levin, Al Pallot, Joseph Berman, Fred Shochet, Dave Brown, Geo. Chertkoff, Larry Grossberg, Al Reisman, Sam Seitlin, A. J. Tobin. Nat Blumberg, and Phil Berkowitz, Blackout With the war upon us, the Y is ever mindful of preparing for emergencies. For that reason a blackout committee was appointed last week to make arrangements to have a blackout room set aside at the Y in case of any air raids. Pete Silverman, chairman of that committee, is assisted by Al Reisman. Al Rosenfeld and George Chertkof. The committee is now making a survey of the best available space and will recommend the type of materials to be used for the same. Girls' Progress Club Plans Hay Ride The Girls' Progress Club of the Y is planning a hay ride on Sunday afternoon, April 12. More details will be given in these columns next week. Notice Board Members A special board meeting has been called for Tuesday, March iil at the Y Blue Room. Very important message—Come early, stay late. News 'Round Town Ben Levy, for many years a staunch Y member, writes in from Puerto Rico where he is stationed as a member of the 25th Medical Detachment Ben says, "I have always felt that America owes me nothing, but that I owe America everything. This is the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave and thus it is going to remain that way. America was built for all people and is a family of nations and we are going to preserve it as it is, as the greatest Democracy in the entire world." Splendidly spoken, Ben. Let's hear from you again soon. To Nat Blumberg and family, our deepest regrets upon the death of his mother who passed away last Thursday in Savannah, Georgia. The weekly meeting of the G. P. C.'s, girls' division of the Y. M. H. A., was held at the Y clubroom Wednesday evening, March 18th. The resignations of the vicepresident and treasurer were accepted and Evelyn Greenwald and Jeanette Cohen were elected to succeed them. Plans were made for a hay ride to be held in the near future for members and their escorts. Meetings are held every Wednesday night at 8:30 at the Y and girls between thc ages of 19 and 25 are invited. BUNDLES FOR BLUEJACKETS OUTFITS SHIP SURVIVORS Miami Bundles for Bluejackets sent out a hurry call on last Friday to all knitters making sweaters for that organization. The emergency which kept the phones buzzing all day was a call for sweaters for the men of the torpedoed Merchant Marine vessel who were picked up last week off thc Cuban coast and have now returned to the U. S. A. Survivors were viewing with alarm the prospect of arriving in New York unprepared for the cold weather, having lost most of their possessions when the ship went down. They applied for sweaters at the Miami office of B. F. B. Miami B. F. B. has been increasingly busy with the interest and cooperation of Miamians eager to help in the war. Over 400 articles of knitted wear .vere despatched to the New York Branch last week, to be used in outfitting the sailors destined for duty in thc North Atlantic. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 GOODMAN'S OFFER LINE OF PASSOVER PRODUCTS HERE Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood social for men and women, Monday at 8 p. m. Passover services to be announced. Temple Emanu-EI is a liberal synagogue serving Fort Lauderdale. Hollywood and all of Broward County, Florida. Goodman's, an internationally know firm and one of the leading distributors of matzos and Passover products for many years has appointed Wucher and Lynn, well-known wholesale grocery as exclusive distributors in this area for Goodman products. Goodman's offers a complete line of tea matzos, improved square matzos. egg matzos, matzo meal and matzo rerfel among its Passover products. Do your part for the armed might of your country, buy Defense Bonds and Stamps. FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 For Hour Passover Table \V' %  } ^^ ////y ^ 19 HRS.. 40 MINS. to Washington on the ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL Over2 boon faster than last season. Dieiel-powerad. Air-conditioned. All-Pullman. Cluli car, lounge car, dining cars. 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t> \ PAGE TWELVE mJmMi Flcrktiairi FRIDAY, MARCH 27, CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Congregation) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2178 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. Late Friday Evening Services The last in the series of the late Friday evening services for this season, marking the 10th consecutive services conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro, will take place this Friday evening at 8:15. Cantor Henry Marbein will chant the melodies. The services will be conducted by the following members of the Junior Congregation: Bernard Dickson, Korine David. Louis Fine, Meyer Green\T LIKES YOU berg, Irene and David Jacobs, Seymour Hinkes, Rosetta Klein, Bernice Levinson and Harvey Sootin. Irene and David Jacobs will speak on behalf of the Junior Congregation, and Bernice Levinson will give the closing prayer. The central theme will be "Looking Forward." It has been very encouraging to note that the group attending services this season were residents of Greater Miami, and not tourists. An Oneg Shabbos in the auditorium immediately after the services arranged by Mrs. J. Engler in memory of her beloved mother. Junior Choir Boys and girls of the Junior Congregation, under the tutorship and direction of Cantor Henry Marbein will aid in the chanting of the services this Friday. Any boy or girl interested to join the choir, will please contact the Cantor. Summer Services In view of the interest shown by many members and residents of Miami to participate in summer services Friday evenings at 8:15 we shall begin such a series after Shevuos from June 5th to August 28th. It is necessary that you contact the office and express your intent with regard to summer services. Shabbos Ha'-Gadol This Sabbath is known as "Shabbos Ha'GadoI." or the great Sabbath preceding Passover. During these services Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock, Bernard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Shcnkman. will become bar mitzvah. A reception in the auditorium will follow immediately after the services to which Bernard extends a cordial invitation to all worshipers. The rabbi will speak on the subject "A Continuous Chain." Children's Seder A miniature seder will be conducted by the Junior Congregation for the students oi the Sunday School this Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The entire services will be explained and interpreted so thai the students will be familiar with the Passover observances. Passover edibles will be served by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Sam Dickson. chairman of the P. T. A., and her committee, will serve as hostesses. Passover Schedule Passover this year will be ushered in at sunset. Wednesday, at 7:15 o'clock. The first two days of Passover are Thursday and Friday The rabbi will speak in English and Yiddish The Cantor will chant all traditional prayers. "Yiscor or Memorial services will take plait Thursday. April 9th at 0 a. 1m. If you desire your beloved ones to be included in the Memorial services, please phone the rabbi and inscribe their names as a safekeeping for all times. Junior Passover Services The Junior congregation will conduct special services Thursday and Friday mornings at 10:JU o'clock. Children are urged not to attend classes but to come to the services. An excuse for absence will be given to those only who attend these services. In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten of beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming week, will be mentioned from the pulpit during the services this Friday night: Shlomma Ahron, father of Charles Levenston; Baila. mother of Mrs. J. Engler; Zazel Hershel, father Mrs. Daisy Bremen. of MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 1823 S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-M92 590 S. W. 17lh Avenue TALMUD TOKA1I 1645 S. W. Third Street Passover Notes Rabbi Kellner will conduct the gale of Chometz up to Wednesday morning. April 1st and will be in the synagogue every morng and .veiling. Between Min%  ha and Maanv the Rabbi teaches the Laws of Passover every weekday. Children's Sedar The children of the Sunday School and Talmud Torah wil have a miniature seder during the Sunday School hours on bunday March 29th. The children will conduct the ceremonies in the traditional manner. Siyum Bechovim Rabbi Kellner will complete the study of the Tractate Megillah on Wednesday morning Erev Pessach after the Shachns Service and a most cordial invitation is extended to all just first born men and boys to be present. Shabbos Haggadol Rabbi Kellner will discuss the most pertinent Laws of Passover from the pulpit on this coming Sabbath morning and will speak at 10:30 a. m. on "Sabbaths; Great and Small." In the afternoon the rabbi will speak in the Traditional Halecha manner and speak 1 in Yiddish at 6 p. m. on "Will History Repeat." The Shalos this week is donated by Mr. Max Rifas. our president, in honor of the marriage of Arthur Rifas, his youngest son. Bedikas Chometz The search for the leaven should be conducted Tuesday night. March 31st. immediately after night fall. This very important ceremony, symbolic of the cleaning of our homes from all chometz is an essential part of the Pre-Pessach rituals and 1942 we urge its genuine obscr^T Rfuo Shlemo We regret to hear of th n % %  nessof Mrs. R. SnyderUrnV"" conut Grove and pray tm h quick recovery. ner Nichum Avelim We chronicle with pr 0 f n „ n j grief the passing of Na't B u U d berg s mother and we bee t tend to him the conereWm*.' most profound sympathy. Jewish Radio Hour Rabbi Abraham A. Kellner win speak on the Rabbinical H7 this Sunday afternoon, M M, 29th at 4:30 p. m. over H2 WIOD He will speak on "Q u n tions. Old and New." **• Moat Chittim Committee The following are active in IK. synagogue on our Moas Chittim Committee: Max Rifas, n ah h Gluck, Mrs. Sarah Alber and Mrs. Levine. a KOSHER for PASSOVER Food Products to Enrich yourHoliday Table ROKEACH PURE HONEY ROKEACH KOSHER BORSCHT ROKEACH KOSHER NYAFAT ROKEACH KOSHER PEANUT OIL SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincna _. 5:30 p. m Maariv 6 :00 p. m Saturday 9 :00 a. m. Pro Patria We pause this week to salute Nathan Robbins. son of our brothel'. David Rabinovich. who won a distinction as squad leader on the second day of his arrival to Camp Robinson. We pray for his welfare and hope that he will return to his loved ones in good health and happiness. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN thai Philip Rumei and Samuel BuMman ftri < u iRed in business under the fictitious name (if HOMER'S Rum CENTER—MEAT DEPARTMENT at .r. i:-t Street, Miami Beach, Floi Ida, and Intend to register wild fictitious name In the offli • % %  the Clerk • %  < the Circuit "'• %  nit r,f [>nde County, Florida. I'll I I.IIROMER SAMUEL SfSSMAN S"l<* < >w ners %  CEORREfHERTKOF Attorney fair Applicants :: 13-20-27 I 3-10 NOTICE IS HEREBY C11VEN that Tony h'rleml iengaged in business under the fictitious nami of ROM Hits Ft ml. CENTER—VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT ;it 5*a list Street, Miami i'.' .i' h, Kloi lila, and Intends to register "aid f|i tltlous i nme In 11 %  • ofi 'i the Clerk of the Cli cull Co "i Dade County, Florida. TONY FRIEND Sole, i ,\ '.-i GEORGE CHERTKOF i"5 foi Applicant 3 13-20-27 i 3-10 HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS TO KEEP YOUR HOUSE CLEAN AND KOSHER ROKEACH KOSHER SILVER POLISH ROKEACH KOSHER SOAP ROKEACH KOSHER SCOURING POWDER ROKOH At all Groceries I. ROKEACH f, S ONS, INC. BROOKLYN, N.Y. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undi rslgned, desiring t" engage In iMislni'Ss under the Mi litlous name of EVERGLADES NOVELTY CO. (not and intend to regist< i said name the Clerk of the Clrcuil Court in Dade County, Flnrldii ESTHER II. ULCMENFELD LENA C. GOLDMAN LILLIAN It. HOFFMAN MINNIE II LESNICK HARRY Zl'KERNICK Attorney for Applicants 2/27 3/6-13-20-27 Mil ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai the undersigned, desiring, to engage in undei the fictitious ham., nmm'W? 01 PRY CLEAN! ING < o. Intends to register the inld name with the Clerk of the Circuit 1 ouri • le County, Florida. 2 tl :: 8-13-20 .'7 ALEX STEIN I H J/-18-20-27 HERMAN Bp R"*aER aerk of 'r'.-i r : i ul "c,:; 1 f i, f f l r' County. Florida. 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