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DEFENSE TALKS TO
A new series of lectures on Na-
tional Defense will be inaugur-
ated at the "Y" with the first
lecture to be held Tuesday eve-
ning, April 14th, at 8 o'clock.
"For the past several months,"
said Mr. Grossman, Executive
Director of the Y. M. H. A.,
"Courses have been given in first
aid, gasses, bombing, for particu-
lar groups but the general pub-
lic has not had an opportunity
to become acquainted with the
specific defense data. For that
purpose a series of lectures is be-
ing inaugurated at the "Y" for
the purpose of educating the
general public about National
Defense and particularly what to
do in case of an air raid."
These lectures will be spon-
sored by the "Y" and will be
under the auspices of the Dade
County Defense Council. The
speaker for the first lecture will
be A. L. Reynolds, Personnel Di-
rector of the Florida Power and
Light Co. and chairman of the
Speakers Bureau of the Dade
County Defense Council. He will
give a general discussion on
County Defense and additional
lectures on fire bombs, gasses and
volunteer service will follow.
Admission to these lectures is
free and the general public is
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1942
WARBURG, ENTERING ARMY
ASKS JEWS TO HELP RUSSIA
New YorkEdward M. M.
Warburg, noted Jewish philan-
thropist who has enlisted in the
army as a private, took the oc-
casion of his induction to issue
an appeal to the American Jew-
ish people to lend its full support
to the Russian people in their
fight to rid the world of Naziism.
Warburg is a member of the
National Board of Directors of
Russian War Relief, Inc.
Characterizing Russia's cam-
paign as America's battle and
Judaism's battle, Warburg ap-
pealed that "it never be said of
America and the Jewish people
that we gave 'too little and too
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eized in cities throughout
Movak.a for deportation to
orced labor camps, concentration
imp'. and ghettos in the inter-
w. Minister of Interior, Sano
acn. speaking at a press confer-
wc in Bratislavia, declared that
.Is wiU be deported "in the
same way as they came, with bag
Z i packa8cs '" their hands and
orl r.PtUrn t0 Slovakia will be
InT. n'ports disclosed,
j ,'' 'own of Sarissko, 3,000
soil;, Lth men and women, were
an y Hlmka 8uards. Slovak-
Wnrt storm-troopers, who were
vakil"8 hand in hand with Slo-
SSSI bh CC> and deP0ed to
added. amps' the rePorts
Jfcft authorities say that all
*S5SS rights wiI1 uken
refugees in Soviet Russia gath-
ered last week in Tashkent, in
the Soviet republic of Uzbekis-
ten, which has become a Jewish
cultural center since the Nazi
attack against Russia to discuss
methods of mobilizing the man-
power of the Jewish refugees to
aid the Allied war effort, it was
The Jewish refugees, most of
them from Poland,' the Baltic
countries and Bessarabia, and Bu-
kovina, were evacuated to Tash-
kent by Soviet authorities when
the Nazi armies approached the
outskirts of Moscow last winter.
The refugees have repeatedly
asked the Soviet Government for
permission to take full part in the
Russian war program.
With only 9 days, including
Friday, remaining for Dade
County voters to get their
names on the registration
books. Registration Supervisor
Carl Holmer. jr., estimates that
some 55.000 eligible voters have
failed to "sign up."
The books, on the first floor
of the Dade County Court
House, will remain open until
6 p. m. daily until the deadline,
Saturday, April 18th.
JAPS ARREST THREE PRIESTS
WHO HAD CONVERTED JEWS
M DUTCH JEWS
IN NAZI CAMPS DIE
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authorities in occupied Shanghai
have arrested three priests who
were reported to have converted
many German Jewish refugees to
Christianity in the last three
months, according to reports re-
ceived here. The arrests were
made, the report added, at the
request of Nazi Gestapo agents,
who charged that the priests con-
verted the Jews in order to help
them escape from the Japanese-
enforced anti-Jewish laws in
London (WNS)The Nether-
lands Government announced
this week the receipt of infor-
mation that 740 of 1,200 Dutch
Jews sent by the Germans to en-
forced labor in the salt and sul-
phur mines at Mauthausen have
An official report, broadcast
over radio Orange, the Dutch
station here, in connection with
the Passover holiday, charged
that the Germans had deliberate-
ly sent the Jews without protec-
tion into the "poisonous vapors
of the mines."
"The protests of the civilized
world, when informed by the
Netherlands Government, were
unavailing," the announcement
said. "Urgent requests by the
Red Cross to be admitted to the
victims were bluntly refused."
FOR U. S. HEROES
A nursing home for children,
named in honor of Captain Colin
P. Kelly, Jr. and Bombardier
Meyer Levin, has been established
in England by the Jewish Section
of the Interfaith Committee for
Aid to the Democracies, it was
announced today by Dr. Israel
In announcing the new home
which links the name of Ameri-
ca's first war ace killed in action
and the corporal who served with
him on the historic flight during
which the Japanese battleship
Haruna was sunk, Dr. Goldstein
pointed out that these two Ameri-
cans, one of Irish and one of
Jewish descent, symbolize the
united will to victory of the al-
lied nations. Captain Kelly was
awarded the Distinguished Ser-
vice Cross posthumously, and cor-
poral Levin has been recom-
mended for the Distinguished
Flying Cross by the War Depart-
The home is the seventh to be
established by the Jewish Sec-
tion. Others have been named in
honor of Chaim Weizmann, Ste-
phen S. Wise, Sara Delano Roose-
velt and Israel Goldstein.
IRAQ GRANTS $80,000 TO
JEWISH POGROM VICTIMS
Jerusalem (WNS)A grant of
$80,000 by the Iraq government
to the Jewish sufferers of the
Baghdad pogroms which took
place last year when pro-Nazi
Rashid Ali Gailani was premier,
was reported here last week.
The money will be distributed
by a special committee composed
of representatives of the govern-
ment and the Jewish community
of Baghdad. Help accorded the
victims of the pogroms has al-
ready cost the Jewish community
nearly $100,000 in addition to
$25,000 which was raised to
clothe the children of Jews who
had been killed or wounded by
At the same time, it was an-
nounced that all children, aged 11
to 15, had been ordered released
from the Athlit internment camp
by the Palestine government.
OF EPIDEMICS IN
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Zurich (WNS)The dreaded
typhus epidemics, which took
thousands of lives in Jewish ghet-
tos in Poland and the Baltic
countries last winter, were dis-
missed as unimportant by Dr.
Conty, highest ranking medical
officer in the Nazi army, who
stated in an article in the "Voel-
kischer Boebachter" that only 3,-
200 Jews had died during the
year as a result of the epidemics.
Apparently the article was
written to minimize the extent
of the epidemics and to justify
the Nazi refusal to take steps to
combat the epidemics. Through-
out the winter Nazi authorities
in Poland and elsewhere had re-
jected pleas by Jewish doctors
and Red Cross officials to allow
the shipment of medical supplies
into the ghettos.
Mrs. Nathan Adelman is recup-
erating at home from a recent
Mrs. Ben Rich of Cleveland,
Ohio, is visiting with her sister,
Mrs. Joseph Camner.
Mrs. Ann Schwartz has left
for the north where she will visit
.her mother, Mrs. Freda Benja-
Mr, and Mrs. Milton Herman
and family have left for New
York after spending the winter
Mrs. Murray Kaufman and
daughters have returned to New
York City after spending the
season at the Milburn Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Zilz announce
the birth of a son. Alvin Ira.
Mrs. Zilz is the granddaughter of
Mrs. Sarah Jaffee of Miami
The Miami Beach Mizrachi
chapters will meet this Satur-
day night at 8:30 o'clock at Beth
Jacob Community Building. Nom-
ination of officers for the men's
Mr. Louis Block announces the
forthcoming marriage of his
niece. Miss Anne Melamed. to
Corporal Allan Miller, son of
Mrs. Louis Block. The ceremony
will take place at the bride's
residence on Thursday evening,
April 1(S. Rabbi Abraham A.
Kellner will officiate.
Commander Henry L. Greene
of the Jewish War Veterans of
Greater Miami is now being.
treated at Mayo Brothers Clinic)
in Rochester. Minn., for wounds
suffered during the former
World War while he was a mem-!
her of the famous Lost Battalion.
He is i xpected to remain there [
for several weeks. Another mem-
ber of the Post, Color Bearer
Murray Storch, is now in the U.
S. Veterans Hospital at Bay
Pines, Florida, where he is con-
valescing after a series of oper-'
ations made necessary by wounds |
received during World War Num-
The regular meeting of the
| Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Congregation
will be held Tuesday. April 14th
at 2:30 P. M. at the synagogue.
The Freida Markowitz Post.
Jewish War Veterans of Greater
Miami, will hold their regular bi-
monthly meeting on Monday eve-
ning, April 13th. at 8 o'clock at
Beth David Auditorium.
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ami Jewish Orthodox Congrega-
tion will sponsor a card, mah
jongg and bingo party at the new
synagogue Sunday evening. April
12th at 8 o'clock for the benefit
of the Talmud Torah. Members
of the organization will act as
Judge Stanley Milledgc, presi-
I dent of the Dade County Bar As-
sociation, will speak on "Wo-
men's Rights in Florida," at the
Forum, sponsored by Miami Sec-
tion. National Council of Jewish
Women. Friday, April 10 at 2
P. M., in the Miami Beach Elks'
Club. Mrs. Harry Marcus will
conduct a program on consumers'
welfare. Mrs. David Catsman will
be chairman for the day.
The Miami Unit of Jr. Hadas-
I sah is sponsoring a Donor's
Luncheon and Swim Party at the
|, President Madison Hotel Sunday
April 12th at noon. There will
be games and entertainment.
Myrle Bondy is chairman, as-
sisted by Mrs. Hilda Breskin.
Miss Hannah Mack. Miss Ruth
Aronson. Miss Sylvia Geringer.
Mrs. Mildred Freedman, and Miss
Leon Federhar. Phone 5-1666
or 3-7851 for reservations.
women's divisions will take
place. Plans for the annual Lag
B'Omer outing will be discussed.
Defense stamps and bonds can be
purchased through the Mizrachi
and had in the office of the Beth
Jacob synagogue. Members are
asked to bring their J.N.F. boxes
to the meeting.
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold its regular meet-
ing on Monday. April 13th at 2
P. M. in the auditorium of Morris
Bros. Department Store. 1261
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. president,
will preside during the business
session. Plans will be made for
the annual garden party, the
proceeds of which will be used
for the Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation's War Emergency Pro-
gram in Palestine. The nomi-
nating committee composed of
Mrs. Barney Weinkle. Mrs. Harry
Platoff, Mrs. George Goldberg.
Mrs. Max Dobrin. and Mrs. Abe
Rubin, will present the slate of
officers for the coming year. The
program will stress Zionist Polit-
ical Education as the meeting
marks the twentieth anniversary
of the resolution adopted by 'he
Congress of the United States
"favoring the establishment in
Palestine of a national home for
the Jewish people." A sympos-
ium: "Palestine in the War and
in the Peace." will be presented
by Mrs. Douglas Raff. Mrs. Har-
ry Rubin, Mrs. Max Dobrin, and
Mrs. I. M. Weinstein. The sub-
jects to be discussed are: Pales-
tine Between Two World Wars;
The War Role of Palestine Among
the United Nations: The Case for
a Jewish Military Force; and
Jews in the Peace Settlement. A
birthday tribute will be paid to
Theodor Herzl, father of political
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As Spring and Passover came
upon us. recognition is growing
to be universal that the lands of
the Middle East, including Eretz
Israel, may become the scene of
military events in which Amer-
ica and the United Nations have
a strategically vital interest. Ir-
revocably committed to the cause
of Freedom, the Yishub stands
ready to do its full duty for the
common cause, regardless of sac-
rifices, just as Palestine Jewryo
has been building and producing
for Victory since the outbreak
of the war. The "Land for Vic-
tory" work of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund has been a factor of great
importance in this respect.
Bringing a timely message at
the Passover season the Yishub
engaged in the struggle against
the forces of evil and persecu-
tion, eagerly receive the message
which the Festival of Freedom
has brought to countless genera-
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with hope, fortitude and faith in
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depicts the Israelites in the Land
of Bondage. Bottom: Training of
Jewish recruits in a Jewish Na-
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FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1942
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The views expressed do not necessarily represent the editorial
opinion of The Jewish Floridian
Its an old gagbeen worked before
Pleases somemakes others sore
Calls you up, gives you the news
All according to his views
Gives you factsall not true
Makes the others jump on you
So at meeting Sunday night
We'll find out who's right
Has he got the joband for a year
Or pulled a fast one for my ear.
And the meeting Friday after-
noon of the executive committee
will give a number of the mem-
bers an opportunity to propel a
number of pertinent inquiries .
Possibly with regard to em-
ployees Curtailment of ac-
tivities Cooperation to its
brother group and the like.
King wonders how many of
the organizations' offices were
open this last two days of the
The status of one of our civil-
iansa communal workerwill
be changed to a rank in the army
with the commission on the way.
A new funeral home dis-
cussed some columns ago will
in all probability make its de-
but not later than a fortnight
Miami Beach, not having
enough problems on its hands
these days, has a new combina-
tion of a Shul, Yeshivoh, Minyan
call it what you maywith
headquarters at 912 Euclid Ave.,
Miami Beach. Its roster shows
quite a conglomeration garnered
from everywhere And to top
it off it has a Palestine affilia-
tion either to brag about or
The character building or-
ganizations' officers will re-
main intact until forthcoming
elections in June despite
the absence of its head suppos-
edly in Washington on defense
work Aspirants are now
being groomed with present
names offered all disappoint-
ing not being presidential
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evening, Elks Club, Miami Beach.
NEW BOWLING CENTER IS
NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Described as "the South's fin-
est indoor bowling center," the
Playdium opened its doors to the
public at 3737 South West Eighth
Street, opposite Douglas entrance
to a capacity play as well as full
house of spectators. Owned and
operated by Chuck Grangler and
Sol Taplin, the Playdium was
built at a cost of 80.000. Sixteen
national streamlined sanctioned
lanes are available for play in
the completely sound-proofed and
scientifically air conditioned
The Y. M. H. A. Bowling
League opened its 28-week sched-
ule of play Thursday at the
Outstanding features include
no-glare lighting, automatic pin
setting machines, free ball clean-
ing service, ample free parking
and men's and ladies' locker
rooms and powder room. Opera
seats, with an unobstructed view
of all playing lanes, have been
Free instruction classes for
men, women and children are
now being formed. A meeting
room is available without charge
for all teams and leagues.
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THE Y. M. H. A.
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
New Bowling League Opens
At a meeting of the Bowling
League committee held on Sun-
day morning, April 5, the fol-
lowing captains were selected to
head seven respective teams
which started the new bowling
season Thursday evening, April
9, at the Playdium Bowling
Lanes, 3737 S. W. 8th Street:
Marty Milstein, Al Berkowitz,
Hal Berkowitz, Sol Weinkle, Hal
Levinson, Harry Schwartz and
The bowling league is one of
the most successful projects at
the Y. It attracts a great many
of the adults and gives them
wholesome recreation, good fel-
lowship and lots of fun. At the
end of the bowling league tour-
nament a banquet is held and
once more the boys enjoy them-
It is requested of every mem-
ber of the bowling league to
bring a friend along. Let him
watch so that he may become in-
terested in the Y and its activi-
Your scribe, as chairman of the
bazaar committee, is greatly ov-
erjoyed and elated at the excel-
lent cooperation he has been re-
ceiving not only from the mem-
bers of the Y, but from the gen-
eral public. The bazaar will be
held on Saturday evening, May
2, and all day Sunday, May 3.
Many novelties are being planned
by the committee and the child-
ren in particular will have a
great time. Pony rides and many
other attractions for children will
The annual Stag Smoker of
the Y will be held on Wednes-
day evening, April 22 at the Y.
This is an annual event and all
members look forward toward
that evening. Mark this date on
your calendar and watch these
columns for more news.
Girls' Progress Club
This group has planned a hay
ride for Sunday, April 19, for
members and their escorts. Many
novelties are planned. Members
of this group please communicate
with Miss Shirley Rothschild at
the Y for further details. This
group will also take an active
part in the bazaar that will be
conducted at the Y on May 2
This group consists of girls be-
tween the ages of 12 and 15 and
is under the sponsorship of Miss
Shirley Rothschild. They plan
to have a Kiddie Dance on April
25. Price of admission is 10c,
stag; 15c, drag.
Y. W. H. A.
The annual Passover Tea was
held Sunday afternoon, April 5.
A large crowd attended. Mrs. S.
B. Miller was chairman of the
There will be a board meeting
of the Y. W. H. A. Wednesday
evening, April 15 at 8 o'clock. All
members of the board are re-
quested to attend promptly.
Jewish War Records
The Y. M. H. A. has been re-
quested by the National Jewish
Welfard Board to gather statis-
tics of all Jewish service men in
this area. Due to the increasing
importance of having current in-
I formation from every American
I Jewish community on the partici-
j pation of Jews in the war effort,
it is a vital necessity to have the
cooperation of every Jewish or-
ganization in gathering accurate
and complete data on the number
of Jewish service men in the
armed forces from this commun-
ity. In other words, an "Honor
Roll" of the Miami Jewish ser-
A committee headed by Mrs.
Harry Hacker and Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer will contact the vari-
ous Jewish organizations for the
purpose of ascertaining who of
their members or their members'
children, brothers and so forth
from Miami have left for the ser
vice. The executive director is
forwarding letters to the officers
of every Jewish organization in
this area for the purpose of as-
certaining the exact number ot
Jewish service men who have
left for their country's call.
Cooperation of everyone will
Diamond Ball Practice
Frank Rose, athletic director
of the Y. M. H. A., issues an in-
vitation to all members inter-
ested in diamondball to come out
to the initial session Sunday
morning at 10:30 at the Y. A
special A. K. team consisting of
the third draft will be formed, as
well as a B. K. team for those in
line for the early draft. Your
scribe with the assistance of Mr.
Grossman will form the battery
for the A. K's.
Come out if you want to have
a lot of fun.
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For Railroad Commissioner
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He has a long record of able and efficient service as Railroad Com-
missioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication
problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first
importance to the State. Vote for him and urge your friends and
acquaintance! to do likewise.
(Political dtrtin.tnt aeJ for by aafporttn of Eagme S. Metttwvt)
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NISSAN 23. 5702
VOLUME 15 NUf'BfQR,o15
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1942
Sol Goldstrom's activity in B'nai B'rith. He
has shouldered his share of his community s
burdens and has built an enviable record lor
all to equal. .
Women, too are being mobilized, for ti nai
vicelo'the nation. Today the supreme task B'rith also means wo^n-power Jnjj
confronting us all is the security of America auxiliaries, now a force <
and the preservation of the American way here girls represented in some 300 communities, is
for ourselves and generations to come. also engaged in national defense .service.
Manpower For Defense
For the second time in our generation
Americans are facing an unprecedented op-
portunity for patriotism in action through ser-
For success in that herculean task, millions
The American way is the B'nai B'rith way.
tat nercuiean iosk. hQS been a"nd al will be. Qn
of us are serving in the armed forces, laboring Y g. ^ seeks tQ build man
to defense industries contributing our profes- > woman-power for national defense,
sional and technical talents and giving of our P ^,tiolv ,ta Qtr(,nth mnnv-
material resources. But we must do more, col-
lectively, through the organizations created
for national service. One of the largest of such
agencies in the Jewish field is the B'nai B'rith,
whose keynote for nearly a century has been
to serve the nation collectively. In every na-
tional emergency B'nai B'rith manpower has
helped fortify democracy.
Today B'nai B'rith is again in the front
ranks. For many months it has been making
its contribution to national defense. It is co-
operating with the American Red Cross' home
service program in hundreds of communities.
It is allied with the Jewish Welfare Board in
providing a recreational and spiritual service
for men in the armed forces. It has done its
share in salvaging aluminum, in the purchase
of defense bonds and defense stamps. It has
put its machinery and resources at the com-
mand of state and local defense councils. Its
president, Henry Monsky, is serving the na-
tion as a member of the national voluntary
participation committee of the Office of Civi-
lian Defense. In short, B'nai B'rith manpower
and womanpower are playing their part in
building national defense.
But B'nai B'rith wants to do more. It is de-
termined to be ready for any emergency, lo
answer even greater calls to service with its
manpower multiplied manyfold.
It therefore proposes to increase that man-
power by a vast nationwide membership re-
cruiting campaign that is now getting under
way. This campaign is a voluntary enlist-
ment open to all who are Americans and Jews.
It is determined to multiply its strength many
fold as its further contribution to the common
effort to keep America safe for democracy, an
effort which for nearly 100 years has made
B'nai B'rith a potent factor in keeping the
American way. We have no doubt that Mi-
ami will answer this call to strengthen the man-
power and woman-power of B'nai B'rith and
thus help build national defense.
In Miami the responsibility of making known Japan ~b* dUnctoTlXXlE!!? "JPJ*086,
to all Jews here that B'na! B'rith is mustering 53taMSMS .SS, kiWBy.
a huge army of volunteers for a myriad of far build up reserve sSiesai Zi?. \ 6u
A Jewish Admiral
Two years ago Admiral Joseph K. Taussig
appeared before the Naval Affairs Committee
of Congress and created an international sit-
uation. Japan in particular was furious at his
remarks and the Government quickly issued
disclaimers, saying that the views by this
Jewish admiral were his ownnot those of
What did Admiral Taussig say that aroused
such a hubbub? The New York Tribune in a
long article this week recalled the Admiral's
remarks. He said "that war with Japan was
inescapable," that the Japanese militarists, if
not halted in their invasion of China, would
attempt to take over the Philippines, French-
Indo-China, Malaya and the Dutch East Indies
and to push back the Russians in Siberia. The
Japanese war makers, he added, hoped to
crush the United States as a necessary step
toward world domination.
"Admiral Taussig," continued the Tribune,
had the misfortune to air his views at a time
when it was Washington's policy to appease
Japan, by shipping her immense quantities of
aviation, gasoline and scrap iron and let her
shoulders of those who for years have thTphulp^'Si theE^sTS
served the best interests of this community
through B'nai B'rith.
Sholem Lodge of Greater Miami, striving
,. n !eS sla,e,t become commander of
i greater Miami, striving cr'etioJ'fhere w" Skrf S ft 19i **
to do its part in this great program is this he was permiUed to cmti^f.1 "9 9 '>'
month staging a determined effort to secure of the NorHk Naval rS a(s, c,omm,andan'
additional members and thereby additional : ber when he reached tho "f ^ Septem-
strength. At the same time they are deservedly six.y-four sLT.hen he h^ Tk"' *?* t*
honoring one of their own members naming the limeliahl" been m the
new group the Sol Goldstrom Class. Res- I The Jewish Admiml ki u
ponsible for a great deal of Sholem Lodge's of such m7n as th?fe S? '^category
successful growth, Sol Goldstrom is this year If Taussia had S, 1 w*o see what is ahead,
observing his fiftieth year as a member of the KrE5TlKJfttfftti ****">
rt has marked have been the^Sqedv it wn" ^ WUld not
BEACH JEWISH CENTER To'
SPONSOR MUSIC FESTIVAL'
Sunday evening the Miami
Beach Jewish Cen'ter* wiH^on-
as ?hoP"ng mUf Cal and fcslil
as the musical climax of the
year's activities. The concert wUl
odies Chassidic Nigunim. and
Jewish Folk Songs. The concm
ran. Renters musical director
Cantor Josef S. Lcngycl and will
ha,lMe thVirSt -Selince S
the Miami Beach Jewish Chora
Association of which he Ts the
founder and d.rector. Among c
outstanding artists who will Dar*
yel. soprano; Mrs. Evelyn Raff
con,rait0: Selma Einbinder v
-Buy Victory Bonds Today-
s'!*? ri^?i!skjV(left).President of Bnai B'rith, presents to S. Sloan
Colt (right) acting chairman of the American Red Cross a reoort
showing that 495 B'nai B'rith lodges, auxiliaries and AZA chaDtors
contributed $45,410 from their own treasuries to the Red Cross Wir
Lunld/lve of $65-000-00 toward which B'nai B'rith gave an initial
$5,000 from national funds 24 hours after Pearl Harbor
-By PHINEAS J. WRON----------------------
The negotiations between Zionists and non-Zionists, carried
on for quite some time now with a view to reaching full under-
standing, are getting very warm That is, they may, to every"
body's surprise, actually get somewhere ... In the inner coun
cils of the Emergency Committee for Zionist Affairs much con-
fusion reigns because of theas yet unacceptedresignation
of Emanuel Neumann, its chief of public relations Al Strelsin
the man behind many important projects in Jewish life, is d*
voting much of his time to the activities of the Committee for a
Jewish Army Now that Dr. Stephen S. Wise's Sunday ser-
mons will no longer resound in Carnegie Hall, many people
expect the head of the Free Synagogue to look around for a
successor to whom he can give over his pulpit, so that he will
be able to devote his full time to Jewish communal affairs.
PM, New York's fighting nickel tabloid, has gained an
enormous amount of circulation since it launched its new ex-
poses of the Saturday Evening Post, and of Father Coughlin's
seditious activities since Pearl Harbor Incidentally, if you
will carefully reread Milton Mayer's piece in the Saturday Eve-
ning Post of a couple of weeks agothe one which provoked
such a stormyou will find that the trouble is not so much
what Mayer says as with the way the magazine presented it
If the article had been called "The Case for the Jews instead
of "The Case Against the Jews," and if an occasional paragraph
hd been omitted here and there, few Jews would have objected
to it Aside to Winchell: Westermann's the German book
store about whose continuance in business you expressed
amazement recently, has been closed for some weeks now, al-
though it is true that it was permitted to carry on its business lor
quite some months after one of its employees was caught in one
of Uncle Sam's spy nets Why, asks Columnist Neal O'Hara,
does a virulently pro-Nazi Buenos Aires newspaper, El Pam-
pero, have a much easier time getting its supply of pewsprint
from Canada than most other Argentinian newspapers do?
Danton Walker reports that the voodooists of Haiti have put a
hex on Hitler, and claim the results will be apparent before
long But don't let that deter you from working hard at the
job of beating the Axis.
None of Lion Feuchtwanger's friends can have the pleasure
of his company these evenings unless they are prepared to put
him up for the night ... As an "enemy alien" Feuchtwanger is
subject to an eight o'clock curfew This stupid adherence to
the letter of the law instead of its spirit is the reason why Thomas
Mann left California to accept a position in the Library of Cong-
ress at Washington Kurt Weill, who has graduated from the
ranks of refugees to the status of one of the country's most suc-
cessful composers of light music, is now writing the musical
backgrounds for some recitations that Helen Hayes is recording.
WORDS AND MUSIC
Meyer Berger, the New York Times reporter with the highly
individual style of writing, is publishing a book this spring ...
It's being titled "The Seven Million," and will tell you all about
New York life as seen by a most human observer Jerome
Weidman, who in the past few years has earned the reputation
of being one of the country's best novelists, has joined the gov-
ernment service in a defense post Hazel Scott, the cafe-au-
lait singer who's making good in the night spots of Broadway
and will soon be in Hollywood, can warble in quite a number
of different languages,, including Chinese and Yiddish .
Sonya Horowitz, seven-year-old daughter of piano virtuoso
Vladimir Horowitz, celebrated her grandfather's seventy-fifth
birthday by giving a most creditable performance on the piano
herself Her grandpa liked it, which is saying a good deal
for young Sonyafor grandpa, as you should remember, is
none other than Arturo Toscanini.
Cinema Star Leslie Howard may be coming back here be-
fore the war is over after all But if he does it will be for a
lecture tour, the entire proceeds of which he will donate to war
relief ... If you're planning to write to dramatist Sidney Kings-
ley, be sure to remember that he has risen from the ranks.
and is now to be addressed as Staff Sergeant Kingsley ... Mrs.
Adam Gimbelwho is the wife of the department store tycoon,
but prefers to be known as "Sophie of Saks Fifth Avenue, a
title that recognizes her own achievements as a fashion de-
signer says that fabric restrictions needn't worry the clothes-
wise woman, as America's dress designers are creating new
fashions that will be plenty attractive even if less lavish W
materials That Samuel Rosen who died recently was one or
the veteran advertising men of the Jewish Morning staff. "
not the Samuel Rosen who is the Yiddish publicity head of tM
Jewish Army Committee Judges seem to be performing a
of marriages these days, what with the non-church nuptials
Lnsign Robert W. Sarnoff, son of RCA's David Sarnoff, and tw
lormer Esme O'Brien and the civil marriage of foreign corres-
pondent Quentin Reynolds to Virginia Pine, who used to B
Mrs. Samuel Lehmann of Chicago Send your best wishes o
a rapid recovery to George Backer, who has been laid up"
;Z,WU1; f^,heore. no doubt be glad to know that the beauty
editor of The Associated Press has chosen Dinah Shore, the
lennessee thrush, as the Girl of the Month for April.
- B WEEKLY GIGGLE ^
Hitllf Sw Feder' who ta making a collection of jokes abau
Hitler and the war, we are indebted to the one about Hitlers ex
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1942
1415 llMlM Avenue Miami Beach
DB. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1538 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Daily Services------------8 A. M.
Evening Services --------- 6 P. M.
Saturday---------------------9 A. M.
Oneg Shabbat----------------5 P. M.
This Friday night Dr. Samuel
Bcnsion will preach at the Forum
Song Services at 8 p. m. on the
subject: "The Sayings of the Fa-
thers."' Cantor Josef S. Lengyel
will officiate and direct the
choir assisted by Miss Edith Free-
man. These services will con-
tinue until further notice. On
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock,
Dr. Bension will preach on The
Scriptural Lesson and children
arc particularly invited to the
kiddush reception which will fol-
low immediately after the ser-
Concert This Sunday Evening
This Sunday evening the final
of a series of concerts will take
place at the Center Auditorium
at 8:30 p. m.
The Religious School presented
a model seder directed by Mrs.
Molka Reich and Mrs. Leon
Spitz, and carried through by
Miss Helen Swentick's class.
Harriet Newman played on the
accordian. Mrs. J. J. Falk of the
School Board presented Torah
awards to Gerry Lou Rose and
Murray Cohen. Birthday con-
gratulations were offered to Miss
Natalie Frankel of the Staff and
the resignation was announced
of Irving Goodstein who is leav-
ing the city to teach high school
in Dade County by appointment
of the Board of Education. Rabbi
Spitz presided, Cantor Lengyel
led the chanting.
The Sisterhood election of of-
ficers for the ensuing term is
scheduled for next Tuesday eve-
ning. April 14th and all the mem-
bers are urged to attend and to
vote on a slate which has been
presented by the nominating
committee at the last meeting.
Additional nominations will also
The Sisterhood card party
which was given at the patio on
Sunday evening Choi Hamoed
Pesach proved very successful
and Mrs. Fay Simms, chairlady,
thanks her committee and all the
guests who have attended for
their courtesy and cooperation.
Plans are being made for the
expansion of the Donors Lun-
cheon which has been postponed
>n order to make possible a more
. The AZA recently celebrated
us third anniversary with a very
ne dinner dance held at the
Hotel Evans. The Girl Scouts
are carrying out a successful
Program of cooking, dramatics
and red cross service under the
direction of Leader Jo Saunders
and assistant Leader Ada Rutter.
Ir>e Young Judaea club had a
Party recently and participated
in the Flower Day sale of the
Jewish National Fund. The Mi-
ami Masada will meet at the
tenter this forthcoming Sunday
evening. The Confirmation class
are preparing for a beautiful and
elaborate Confirmation program.
pu he Saturday night dances run
teVp Saturday night at the Cen-
atl for men in uniform un-
(Miami's Pioneer Congregation)
115 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-217*
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 S. W. 4th St. Phone J-8172
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.
An interest in Late Friday
Evening Summer Services has
been shown by members now
that the season is gone. It is
gratifying to note that during
the late services this season the
majority of the worshippers were
local residents and members of
the Congregation. Will you
please indicate your interest by
phoning the office, and pledge
your desire to participate and at-
tend these services.
Now that our season is gone
and our members and residents
of Miami have ample time to en-
gage in activities, we ask that
they form a valuable asset to our
Congregation by starting a Beth
David Brotherhood Group for
Cultural and Social purposes.
A regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood will be held Wednesday
afternoon, April 15th at 2 p. m.
Election of officers for the coming
at the Beth David auditorium,
year will take place at this meet-
ing, and it is the duty of every
member to come and exercise her
voting power. Therefore we ex-
pect to see every member present
Wednesday afternoon, April 15th
at 2 p. m.
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Baron
702 S. E. 12th Street
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon sub-
ject: "A'ring Dirty Linens."
Religious School, Sunday at
10 a. m. Youth Club, 11:30 a. m.
Sisterhood Social for men and
women, Tuesday at 8 p. m.
Sewing for American Red Cross
British War Relief Society,
Bundles for America, etc., Wed-
nesday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
"A Liberal Synagogue Serving
Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and
der the joint auspices of the Cen-
ter Junior League and the Sis-
terhood are proving more and
more popular. More than a hun-
dred attended last Saturday
night and the building committee
is considering plans to enlarge
and extend the garden patio.
Mrs. Ben Marbach has completed
the fourth class course in First
Aid for the Red Cross and Mrs.
Esther Levy is continuing the di-
rection of the Red Cross sewing
and knitting groups at the Center
on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
MAURICE MAMCHES. Cantor
2263 S. W. 21st Terrace
Jay Miller will celebrate his
becoming a Bar Mitzvah during
services this Saturday morning.
Rabbi Mescheloff will instruct
the boy after his Bar Mitzvah
address. Cantor Mamches will
chant the traditional services.
We congratulate our new syna-
gogue officers on their election
and look forward with optimism
to a very active year under their
leadership. The many organiza-
tions affiliated with our syna-
gogue can look to every cooper-
ation from our officers.
A lovely meeting was held
Monday night at our community
building. A report on last
month's affair held at the Victor
Hotel was presented. A vote of
thanks for this very successful
event was given to Mrs. M. Krei-
ger, Mr. J. Morris, Mrs. Sam
Blank, Mrs. R. Weiss, Mrs. A. R.
Berow, Mrs. J. Kreeger, Mrs. M.
Genet, Mrs. H. Eieson and all
others who joined their services
for the Sisterhood cause. Thanks,
too, go to Miss C. Davis for her
address on "Food and Health."
The meeting closed with song.
Our next affair will take place
at the London Arms Hotel, Fri-
day, April 17th at 1 p. m. The
Red Cross will be helped with the
Heading the nominating com-
mittee is Mrs. Moses Kreeger
who will meet with her commit-
tee shortly to discuss the new
slate of officers.
Our sincere Mazul Tov to Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Weiss on the
birth of a baby girl. May they
bring her up as a good daughter
We wish a speedy recovery to
Mrs. S. Bernknopf recuperating
at the St. Francis Hospital.
An unveiling of a monument in
memory of Mrs. Esther Chavis
will take place this Sunday at 2
p. m. at the Woodlawn Cemetery.
Friends are invited. Our rabbi
Our boys and girls of the Jun-
ior Congregation meet as usual
this Saturday at 9 a. m. to con-
duct their own services under
the leadership of Mr. A. Los-
kove. They thank Mrs. J. Bran-
ner for serving as hostess at the
refreshments at the close of the
Onr Minnionaires meet Sun-
day at 9 a. m. Mrs. B. H. Lon-
don and Mrs. A. R. Berow are
hostesses for the communal
breakfast after the service. Boys
thirteen to eighteen are invited.
117 N. K. 19th Street
Office Phone 2-7745
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
6996 Indian Creek Drive6-1265
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LaQorce Drive
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
927 Lincoln Road
For the Practice of
Rabbi Zwltman will be In the Tem-
ple every morning. You may consult
with him on matters concerning the
Jewish community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and,
needless to eay. each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Adolph Rosenberg to Speak
Adolph Rosenberg, chairman
of the Executive Board of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, will deliver a Foun-
der's Day address at the Temple,
commemorating the birthday ce-
lebration observed in Reform
Congregations as a tribute to
Isaac M. Wise, founder of Reform
Judaism in America. Mr. Rosen-
berg will speak at the Friday
evening services of April 10th,
at 8:15 p. m. His subject will be
"Isaac M. WiseAmerican Jew."
Services will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
At a recent Friday evening
service, we had the honor of hear-
ing Prof. Nelson Glueck, newly
elected Executive Director of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations, who succeeds the late
Rabbi Edward L. Israel. Mr.
Rosenberg's address will explain
the plans of Prof. Glueck and of
the undertakings of the Union
for the coming year, as based up-
on the spiritual foundations of
the life and works of Isaac M.
Wise. Members of the Congre-
gation are urged to attend.
Two events, under Sisterhood
sponsorship, were marked with
phenomenal success to the credit
of our Sisterhood.
The first was the Religious
School Model Seder, with Mrs.
Morris Plant as chairman for the
arrangements. The tables in
Kaplan Hall were set in banquet
fashion and the children were
instructed and participated in the
ritual of a Passover Sed^r. A
Passover luncheonette was served
in conjunction with this event.
Serving with Mrs. Plant on the
Religious School Committee
were: Mrs. Harry Nevins Mrs.
Gordon Davis, Mrs. Sam Zinkow
and Mrs. Maxwell Hyman.
The other event was the An-
nual Congregational Seder, un-
der the chairmanship of Mrs. J.
Gerald Lewis. More than 225
members of the Temple were
present at this joyous occasion,
conducted by Rabbi Zwitman.
Among the Sisterhood guests at
the Seder were two members of
the Board of Trade of Great Bri-
tain, an officer of the Belgian
Army, who served at Dunkirk
and several service men and doc-
tors stationed at Opa Locka and
in nearby camps.
Serving with Mrs. Lewis on the
Temple Seder Committee were
Mrs. Louis Zeientz, in charge of
reservations and Mrs. Harold B.
Spaet, Mrs. Harry Nevins, Mrs.
Colman A. Zwitman and Mrs.
"May the Father of Peace
send peace to all who mourn,
and comfort the bereaved among
At the services this Friday eve-
ning, the memory of the follow-
ing will be hallowed.
Recently departed: Samuel
Merson, husband of Mrs. Bertha
Merson and father of Mrs. Frank
Perlman; Joseph Hollender, fa-
ther of Dr. A. R. Hollender.
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
1823 S W. 14th Terrace
590 S. W. 17th Avenue
154. S. W. Third Street
Daily Minyon__________8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p. m.
Maariv________________6:00 p. m.
Saturday---------------------9:00 a. m.
We missed last week at the
Passover Services our young and
energetic member Morty Lasky
and upon investigation we
learned that he has joined Uncle
Sam's Naval Forces. We wish
Morty all the luck and hope that
he will return safely into the
midst of his loving family.
Rabbi Kellner will institute a
class in the Ethics of the fathers
commencing this Saturday at 6
p. m. This week the Rabbi will
teach the first Perek and will dis-
cuss the historical continuity of
Registrations for the new
spring term will be held next
week, starting on Monday and
continuing for the rest of the
We were sorry to hear of bro-
ther I. Tilkus' illness and pray
that he may be granted a speedy
and complete recovery.
We are most happy to extend
Mazel Tov Greetings to Miss
Ann Melamed and Corporal Al-
lan Miller on their forthcoming
GATES OF PRAYER
230 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovskv
Sabbath services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Joseph E. Rack-
ovsky at 9 o'clock. The Rabbi
will speak on "A Gathering of
Elders." Shalosh Seudoth will be
conducted at 6 p. m., the rabbi
speaking on "Ethics of Our Fa-
Yahrzeits: Rachael Weitz, mo-
ther of Max Weitz; Stera Kovner,
mother of Harry Kovner; Mark
Simons, brother of Harry V. Si-
mons; Adolph Arky.
Floral offering at the services
of last Friday were presented by
Mrs. Golia Sadowsky, in mem-
ory of her husband.
Contribution in memory of
Samuel Merson was presented to
the Temple by Mrs. Frank A.
IT LIKES YOU
Buy Victory Bonds Today
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK
Miss Rosalynd Gruner has re-
turned to Goucher College, Balti-
more, after visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner.
Mr. Lapidus has left for New
EDUCATOR OF BROOKLYN
VISITING AT MIAMI BEACH
Rabbi Samuel Rubin, executive
director of the Beth Jacob School
and teachers' seminary of Brook-
lyn, is visiting Miami Beach in
the interests of this institution. |
The Beth Jacob School is a
training school for Jewish girls
of High School age, giving them
a full religious Hebrew training
York after spending the winter,'" preparation for religious
nere school teaching and leadership in
Mrs. Geller Lapidus has re. religious Jewish life,
turned to Richmond. Va.. after a I Rab' R"bln 1S a grandson of |
three month vacation in West I th famous Smever and Sandzer
Palm Beach grand rabbis, and a son of the
Mrs. Dora Sterns has left for j Vishnizer grand rabbi.
Miami after spending six weeks Rabbi Rubin is residing during
here. his stay here until April 15th. at
Two beautiful Seders were con- j the home of Rabbi Pinkel. 565
ducted at the Villa Claire. 223 I Meridian Ave.
Seminole Ave, Palm Beach, man- --------------------------
aged by Louis Cohn. The Seders j TALLAHASSEE LEGISLATOR
were arranged particularly for j IS ASKING FOR REELECTION
Jewish soldiers stationed at Mor- I
BEACH PLAZA PLAYHOUSE
TO PRESENT "THE GOLEM"
The Plaza Theatre, Miami
Beach, announces that it will pre-
sent Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday. April 14. 15. 16. the
sensational motion picture. "The
Golem." starring the internation-
ally famous actor, Harry Baur,
and a supporting cast of 3000. The
film is based on the historic leg-
end that originated in medieval
Prague concerning the creation of
a figure endowed with the breath
KEY WEST NOTES
TallahasseeMajor Eugene S.
Matthews, senior member of the
Florida Railroad Commission, is
travelling extensively over the
state in the interest of his candi-
rison Air Base. A committee of
B'nai B'rith Palm Beach Lodge
under the direction of Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein and Martin
Dubbin placed all the men in lo-
cal homes in addition to the large J dacy for re-election
number cared for by Mr. Cohn.
guests of the Villa Claire, and
other friends. The Seders were
conducted by Samuel Schutzer
on the first night and Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein the second.
ANNA L. BARLOW
Harper Method Beaute Salon
"A Complete Beauty Service"
142 Alhambra CirclePh. 4-2820
B. L. SLATER
Specialiiing in Hotels, Homes.
Apartment Houmi, Leases
420 Lincoln Rd. Ph. 5-0417
Sincere Passover Greetings
First Court Repair Shop
100 S. W. 1st St. ------ Phone 2-5913
R. C. FLEEMAN
Security Bldfl. Miami, Fla.
Tv Out Friends and I'atrons
A MOST HAPPY
337 71st Street
A HAPPY PASSOVER
2000 N. W. 7th Ave. Miami, Fla.
IT IS A PLEASURE TO AGAIN
TO MY MANY FRIENDS
Reports reaching Tallahassee
from sections he has visited indi-
cate that he is being most cor-
dially received everywhere, and
that he is being assured of cor-
dial support from people in all
walks of life in all sections of the
state. As one well-known Florida
citizen expressed it. "his long ex-
perience as a newspaper publish-
er, legislator and railroad com-
missioner has given him such a
wide knowledge of the state's af-
fairs that he is looked upon as the
'all Florida' candidate. He was
born in Bradford county and has
lived the whole of his adult life
at Starke, a point almost exact-
ly midway between Miami on the
south and Pensacola on the west.
From this vantage point he has
been able to know and to under-
stand the interests and aspria-
tions of all sections of our state."
Commissioner Matthews has an
unusually strong background of
public service and his long tenure
as a member of the Railroad
Commission has given him inti-
mate acquaintance with the com-
plex questions which the com-
mission has to solve. His broad
experience with transportation
and communication problems
gained from his service on the
Commission are everywhere con-
sidered invaluable to the people
of the state of Florida, his sup-
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Einhorn
announce the birth of a daughter,
Sally Kay. at their home in Stark-
ville. Miss. Mr. Einhorn is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Einhorn of
Duval street and is professor of
Accountancy and Statistics at the
Mississippi State College.
Rabbi Lazarus Lehrer conduct-
ed the services at the unveiling
of a tombstone at the grave of
Morris Holtsberg, who passed
away last year.
Rabbi L. Lehrer of Cong. B'nai
Zion spoke at the USO Center
Sunday morning on the subject
"Jews as American Patriots."
<}st Street, Miami B|siHt8m
and Intend to >s-iiJ.. .*.'* Florid.
and intend to' racist
name In the offlt
GEORGE CHERTKOk"6 0wn'1
SMITH THINKS MIOLAND BIG
NOISE IN 1942 RACE HORSES
of life which served as the pro-
tector of the ghetto of Prague.
Produced on a lavish scale, sel-
dom surpassed even by Holly-
wood. "The Golem" is one of the
most significant pictures of the
year. It took eight months to
make and cost a quarter of a mil-
lion dollars. Complete superim-
posed dialogue titles in English
are provided and there is an or-
iginally composed symphonic mu-
sic-score which heightens consid-
erably the dramatic action of this
powerful and immortal story.
A Most Happy Passover
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140 N. E. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-1659
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Best Wishes for A Happy
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TO ALLA HAPPY PASSOVER
1943 N. W. 1st Court
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GEORGE L GRILEY
VICTOR P. GRILEY
"Silent" Tom Smith, whose so-
briquet is a result of inherent
timidity where speech is con-
cerned, rathed than to lacy of
good fellowship, is convinced
and not without reasonthat Mi-
oland, which he trains for Charles
S. Howard, California breeder-
sportsman-business tycoon, is go-
ing to be the "big noise" of 1942
in the handicap division of thor-
oughbred race horses.
Today, as Florida's 1941-42 rac-
ing season and the meeting at
Tropical Park come to an end.
Smith is going to "shoot the
works" with Mioland in the $10,-
000 added, nine furlong Tropical
Handicap. Inasmuch as the 5-
year-old bay son of imported
Mio d'Arezzo and Iolanda set a
new nine-furlong record at Trop-
ical Park on March 21. in winning
the Coral Gables Handicap, he
has been installed early choice
to win the season's final feature.
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M B. Frank was re-elected
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the community activity during
the present war-time set-up such
as it has held since its inception
over thirteen years ago.
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reported Rabbi Abba Hillel Sil-
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gone to London for important
conferences with British Zionist
The Cleveland Rabbi declared
that the American General
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the democratic action for which
the English people are asking.
It was expected here that a full
statement on the result of Dr.
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would be issued in the near fu-
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weekly newspaper, "Voice of
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The most important meeting
in a long time will be held next
Tuesday, the 14th, at the Elks
Club on Alton Road, Miami
The initiation committee un-
der the chairmanship of Brother
Barney Spector, has planned a
most elaborate ceremony in con-
nection with the initiation of the
Sol Goldstrom class.
Up to the present, there are
over 100 new members in pros-
pect for this initiation class and
it is the membership committee's
desire to make this over 200 new
members. All members of the
Lodge are urged to be present
and also bring their friends or
any prospective new members.
We hear from the AZA com-
mittee that the early part of May
the state convention will be held
in Miami. The local committee
is now busy making plans and
looking forward to making it one
of the biggest conventions ever
held in the state.
The Americanization commit-
tee, under the chairmanship of
Brother Nat Roth, deserves com-
mendation for their action in
presenting to each one of the
draft boards, new American flags.
You will hear more about this
wonderful piece of good will in
the very near future from the
The Student Union committee,
under the chairmanship of Broth-
er Louis Heiman, were hosts to
140 students at a Seder at Beth
David Temple last week. In ad-
dition to the students, quite a
number of the members of B'nai
B'rith attended the Seder which
was well conducted and most en-
joyable. Orchids to Jennie Rot-
fort for her hard work in mak-
ing the affair a success.
Rabbi Max Shopiro will ad-
dress the Ladies Auxiliary who
meet in an adjoining room the
same night. Jennie Rotfort will
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1940, must be reported to the au-
thorities and providing for pun-
ishment ranging from prison
sentences of five to fifteen years
for persons obstructing the "Ru-
manization" of Jewish property,
according to the Donau Zeitung,
Nazi paper reaching here.
The decree also provided that
if transactions are purely nomin-
al ones with the purpose of cir-
cumventing "Rumanization" re-
gulations, the property of busi-
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Minneapolis: To Minneapolis
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the first new B'nai B'rith lodge
for a Jewish hero of World Wa
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in memory of Ensign Ira W.
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Mrs. D. Schulman and son, Sid-
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cumstances due to the last war of police,
forced me to clear up all outside
To prove there were no hard
feelings, he offered to take a
bedroom suite from Jones in ex-
change for wrought iron work.
Furniture business that month
wasn't very good, so Jones ac-
cepted the proposition and pains-
takingly made a bedroom suite
Two weeks after he had de-
I live-red the suite. Jones visited
Shulz to get the iron work .
Shulz said he hadn't been able to
! get around to itthat he was
busy turning out some "hunting
Three weeks later, the iron
work hadn't reached Jones .
He called Shulz Shulz told
him he would try' especially hard
to get out the work if Jones
would give him a variety table
, for his wife ... Jones, now des-i Rumania. Bulgaria. Jugoslavia.
Jack Jones was a furniture pajrjng 0f ever getting anything\ Austria. Poland. Denmark. Nor-
for his bedroom suite, agreed. way, Czechoslovakia. Holland.
Several days later. Jones de- j Belgium. France ... In some re-
livered the vanity. Shulz gave' spects. Jones is Brazil and other
Look Who's Talking!
One day. Herman Shulz walked
into his place Shulz was an
visited each of his
neighbors with a sub-machine
gun. referred to him previously
only as "hunting rifles." With
it. he appropriated what he
wanted to bolster his fading econ-
omy. That is what he is doing
How long Shulz will be able to
go on robbing his neighbors, we
don't know Eventually, his
neighbors will have nothing left.
we suspect .
Amazing story? Far-
fetched? Not as much as you
think! Read "Hitler's Coun-
terfeit Reich" by Dr. Karl Rob-
ert or "You Can't do Business
with Hitler," by Douglas Miller
and you'll suddenly discover that
the story of Shulz and Jones is
the story of Germany's interna-
tional business trickery' exerted
on other nations Shulz in our
story is Germany Jones is
Tidbits from Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
N. W. 13th Avt.
fCONTINUEP FHOM PAGE 4)
perience in Bavaria ... It seems
that, as Adolf was walking
iron worker who only the year I him a fraction of the iron work
South American countries
Jones, to some extent, is the
United States if you'll only re-
call such instances as that in
which Germany defaulted on her
bonds, and thus forced the bonds'
before had organized a corpora-1 called for in the bargain.
tion with himself as president, i "That closes our barter deal."
his wife as vice president and; said Shulz without batting an
his sister, secretary-treasurer | eye.
He had sold Jones some stock in Jones was a little angry ... In
it49 per cent Today he came fact. Jones' usual complacency j market value down until the Na-
to buy Jones' share backfor (was so ruffled that he decided j zis could buy them up at five
five cents on a dollar ... If Jones he would tell his neighbors ... I cents on the dollar from Ameri-
refused. he said he, owning 51 i But the neighbors only laughed, cans.
percent of the stock, would sell at himbecause Shulz was mak- j German Nazidom attacked
the corporation assets for next to ing exceptional barter offers to; German Jewry with the excuse
nothing to a newly formed cor- them that would eventually mean that Jews resort to unfair busi-
poration of which Mrs. Shulz huge profits to themselves (they neS8 tactics'
would be president. | thought) They said Jones
Jones called his lawyer ... In had a persecution complex
the state where Jones lived, there else was a poor business man.
was no law that would stop Jones' neighbors got stung, too.
Shulz. Jones sold out. With everybody wise to Shulz,
Two weeks later. Shulz visited things began to get tough for the
Jones again "No hard feel- Shulz family Whereupon
ings, I trust." said he, "but cir- Shulz. whose brother was chief
Look who's talking.
Mr. Boxerman Is the director of
the Florida Regional Office. Anti-
Defamatlon League, with head-
quarters at Miami.
alonq a country road, he came
upon a farmer who stood de-
spondently beside an ox that
stubbornly insisted on lying
down in the middle of the road.
So miracle-man Adolf went ov-
er to the animal, whispered a
few words in its earand lo,
the ox qot up on its feet .
The amazed farmer cried:
"How did you do it, my Fuehr-
er?" Whereupon Hitler
looked at him coldly and re-
plied: "In Germany there are
eiqhty million oxen who obey
my every command Why
should this one be an excep-
tion?" .Then there's the one
about the German optimist who
meets a German pessimist on
the street The optimist's
cheerful tidinq is: "Well, it
looks as if we're going to lose
this war" And the pessim-
ist dolefully whines: "Yes
but when?" And then there's
another story, which has come
over the trans-Atlantic grape-
vine in a number of versions,
and which Feder tells in this,
way: A Nazi is bragging to a
friend about his wonderful job.
"I stand in a big tower," he ex-
plains, "and the instant Ger-
many controls the whole world I
I am to go and tell the Fuehr-1
er" And he adds proudly:'
"I get ten marks a week for
that." "Ten marks!" ex-
claims the friend "That's
not so much money" "No,"
concedes the jobholder, "but
it's a lifelong job."
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