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

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

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

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University of Florida
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VOLUME 15No. 20
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
10 BE OBSERVED
Plans for "I Am An American"
day ceremony to be celebrated
by a parade and Bayfront Park
program Monday, May 18th, are
going forward according to
schedule, from reports received
from former governor Dave
Sholtz, general chairman of the
Harvey Seeds Post American Le-
gion sponsored program. Gover-
nor Sholtz is in Washington to
procure the services of a national-
ly-known speaker. Jim Barney,
past commander of the Post, who
is co-chairman and parade grand
marshal!, promises a gala parade.
Joe Mason, recreation director
for the city of Miami, has ar-
ranged for a chorus of 150 voices
to participate in the Bayfront
Park celebration.
"This year more than in the
past the pride and honor of say-
ing 'I Am An American' merits
a grand celebration," Sholtz said.
During the ceremonies of nat-
uralization in the Federal court
this week Judge Holland urged
all the new Americans to attend
the "I Am An American" day cel-
ebration.
DEMAND JEWISH CHILDREN
BARRED FROM FOOD LINES
Stockholm (WNS)The pro-
Nazi press in Greece launched a
violent anti Jewish campaign
this week, blaming the Jews for
acute food shortage now preval-
ent throughout Nazi occupied
Greece. The Jews were blamed
also for the typhus and other
epidemics now taking a heavy
toll in that occupied territory.
The Nazi newspaper "Acrop-
olis" demanded that Jewish chil-
dren be barred henceforth from
the public food canteens. At the
present time Jewish youngsters
along with the other children re-
ceive one meal daily at the mu-
nicipal soup kitchens.
JEWISH SCIENTIST
LEAGUE PROTESTS
F
E
II RESTORE LIFE
Moscow (WNS)For her dis-
covery of a substance which will
bring back to life, within a few
minutes of its injection, persons
killed by shock, the Soviet gov-
ernment awarded the gold medal
to Lena Stern, Jewish scientist
and member of the Moscow Acad-
emy of Science.
The discovery was widely ac-
claimed by Moscow doctors as the
"Elixer of Life" since tetanus and
shock have always been two of
the most feared death-carriers on
the battlefield. Shock occurs, us-
ually, in cases of severe contus-
ions and burns.
In her experiments, the scien-
tist discovered that one sub-
stance may have differing ef-
tects on the organism depending
on the direction of the injection.
"injected directly into the brain,
'he substance may have an ex-
citatory effect, while if it reaches
">e general circulation system it
M haVe a dePressin8 effect.
Miss Stern used here own dog
an experiment following the
'ines of her discovery. Injecting
dose of tetanus bacilli into the
og, she used precise measuring
instruments to prove that the
iood pressure had fallen beyond
Z ''m "f life. The symptoms
tn ,i. 8 l'xn''ted were similar
Ster i. k'"ed by shock- Miss
n then injected anti-tetanus
thpT direct'y 'Mo the brain of
a]1e log and within a few minutes
FOR COUUITE
New York (WNS)Revealing
that an active commission in the
United States Army was granted
to Bernard T. D'Arcy, New York
representative of Father Charles
E. Coughlin and former New
York head of sales and distribu-
tion of "Social Justice," recently
banned as seditious, the Non-
Sectarian Anti-Nazi League this
week lodged a protest with Sec-
retary of War, Henry L. Stimson.
The League disclosed that
D'Arcy, whose law office in New
York formerly served as a dis-
tributing center for "Social Jus-
tice," has been connected with
many subversive groups. The
Coughlin representative took up
his army duties this week with
the Engineers' Procurement Di-
vision at 120 Wall Street, New
York.
The protest which was wired
to Secretary Stimson pointed out
that "to place such a person in
the responsible procurement di-
vision with authority to exercise
U. S. Army buying power, is
doubly dangerous. The Anti-
Nazi League, representing over
2,000 affiliated organizations with
a membership of several million
Americans, is gravely disturbed
by the apparent omission of any
adequate investigation of persons
prior to issuance of officers' com-
missions, to determine their reli-
ability and devotion to American
traditions and standards, and
their loyalty to the policies of our
country."
LA! LEADERS OF
EDUCATION TO BE
The American Association for
Jewish Education, the national
organization of lay leaders in
Jewish education, will hold its
third annual meeting in Balti-
Dr. Abram L. Sachar
more on Saturday night and Sun-
day, May 16 and 17.
Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national
director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation and author of a "His-
tory of the Jews" and "Suffer-
ance is the Badge," will deliver
the keynote address on Saturday
night at the Lord Baltimore Ho-
tel. The theme of his address is
'Jewish Education in the World
Struggle for Survival."
The conference which will con-
tinue with a rich and varied pro-
gram of addresses and discussion
throughout Sunday, May 7th, will
bring together some of the out-
standing lay leaders in Jewish
educational endeavor throughout
the country.
BELGIAN PREMIER ASSURES
JEWS OF POST-WAR RIGHTS
London (WNS)Premier Hu-
bert Pierlot of the exiled Belgian
government extended assurances
this week that Jews will enjoy
complete equality in post war
Belgium, in a special message
sent to the "Jewish Bulletin," of-
ficial organ of the Chief Rabbin-
ate in England.
The exiled Belgian premier
stressed that there will be no
distinctions between Jews and
non-Jews once the United Nations
have destroyed Nazism. He ad-
ded that an Allied victory will
mean the liberation of all vic-
tims of Hitlerism, regardless of
race or creed.
EFFECTIVENESS OF
DUE TO PLANNING
MIAMI YOUNG MAN GETS
WEST POINT APPOINTMENT
s'gns of shock disappeared
consciousr
& exhibited
gj exhibited no
after effects
seemed Well. The same se-
tZ *hen, '"lected into the gen-
her ,CKU'atory system Produce!
ner than alleviates shock.
A Miamian, Philip B. Polak,
son of Sol P. Polak, a piano in-
structor and residing at 1642 N.
E. Miami Place, was appointed to
West Point according to infor-
mation received here this week.
Nineteen years old, Philip was
one of 15 selected to take exam-
inations to qualify for the ap-
pointment. A trumpet player,
he enlisted in the Army Air
Corps a year ago and was sta-
tioned with the U. S. Air Force
School Squad, Cralg Field, Ala-
bama.
A graduate of the Brooklyn
Technical School, he will enter
the Academy July 1st and will
graduate upon completion of the
course with a BS degree and a
commission in the armed forces.
"The effectiveness of a care-
fully planned blackout system
during an air raid depends upon
the knowledge and the co-opera-
tive spirit of the people at large.
Civilian defense agencies are re-
sponsible for the proper educa-
tion of the people as to the reas-
on for and the methods of pro-
ducing successful blackouts," de-
clares L. Earl Curry, chief air
raid warden of Dade County De-
fense Council, who urges the
people to become acquainted
with their air raid warden and
cooperate with him in every re-
spect.
"All concerned must realize,"
Mr. Curry continued, "that plan-
ning and advance preparation
contribute most to the effective-
ness of a blackout. This advance
planning requires long, painstak-
ing effort. Too often these ef-
forts may appear to some to be
expended on relatively unimport-
ant details, but It must be re-
membered that little or nothing
can be done to increase the ef-
fectiveness of a blackout while
a raid is in progress. It is too
llate then to prepare.
"It is only inherent strength of
character which enables the peo-
ple to survive air raids. The
knowledge that everything that
can be done has been done, will
enable them to stand by each
other and care for themselves.
"An air raid warden is a re-
sponsible and reliable member of
the public who will advise and
assist his fellow citizens in the
sector to which he is assigned, in
all the possible means of protec-
House, 1427 N. Bayshore Place, "on from aerial attack; he will
for the purpose of receiving re- "n be ween thfm and
ports from the steering commit- the authorities for reporting air
TD
CUARDISTSASKTO
B E COMPENSATED
FOR POGROM ACTS
Geneva (WNS)A delegation
of the violently anti-Semitic Iron
Guardists approached Premier
Ion Antonescu of Rumania with
a request for compensation for
the bloody anti-Jewish pogroms
last year in which thousands of
Rumanian Jews were merciless-
ly butchered, according to in-
formation received here.
The Iron Guards, patterned af-
ter the Nazi Brown Shirts, de-
manded that they be given one-
half of the property and wealth
confiscated from Rumanian Jews
by the Antonescu government.
The request was turned down,
the reports said, on the ground
that all property confiscated from
the Jews became the property of
the State.
Under the guise of a rebellion
against the Antonescu regime, the
Iron Guards unleashed a three-
day nation-wide pogrom last
year in which entire Jewish com-
munities were wiped out. It was
estimated that more than 15,000
Jews lost their lives in the blood
bath.
ELECT
The Greater Miami Army and
Navy Committee now in process
of formation for the purpose of
coordinating activities for the
men in the armed forces, will
hold a special meeting Sunday
morning, May 17, at the Council
tee. This committee will also
present nominations for officers
and members of the committee
and will transact other pertinent
business.
Last Tuesday Nathaniel Nason,
regional supervisor of J. W. B.-
U. S. O. of Atlanta, was the
guest of the steering committee
of the Army and Navy Committee
at a luncheon at the Palatial
Restaurant. He informed the
gathering that it is planned to
send a permanent J. W. B.-U. S.
O. worker to this area within the
next few weeks.
You don't need a ration card
to buy U. S. War Bonds.
raid damage and calling for as-
sistance when required. The peo-
ple should observe his instruc-
tions to the letter. They should
remember that there is but one
object in a blackout, and that is
their, the peoples, protection.
Their cooperation is necessary,
therefore, if the blackout is to
operate efficiently. The whole
idea is to deprive the enemy air-
men of all possible reference
points which might aid them in
making attacks."
Have you bought your De-
fense Bonds yet?
Buy War Bonds and Stamps
REFUCEESFROMS.
S.SAN THOME
Havana (WNS) The Cuban
Government this week permitted
about 200 refugees, who arrived
here ten days ago aboard the
Portuguese steamer S.S. San
Thome and had been confined
since to their ship, to disembark
despite a recent immigration law
barring aliens of enemy countries.
The refugees were permitted to
land after representations had
been made on their behalf by the
American Joint Distribution
Committee, the Joint Relief Com-
mittee of Havana and American
and British diplomatic represen-
tatives here.
While the San Thome was en
route, Cuba adopted an immigra-
tion law banning natives or citi-
zens of enemy or enemy-occupied
countries and automatically in-
validating all Cuban visas held
by refugees in these categories.
When the refugee ship arrived
here, Cuban immigration authori-
ties informed the refugees that
their Cuban visas were no longer
valid.
ITALY MOBILIZES JEWS FROM
18 TO 55 FOR FORCED LABOR
Berne (WNS) The Fascist
Government of Italy has issued a
decree calling for the mobilization
of all Jews in Italy between the
ages of 18 and 55, it was reliably
reported here. The Jews will be
assigned to compulsory labor
gangs for work in various parts
of the country. Severe penalties
have been provided for Jews who
fail to register under the new de-
cree. Jews who refuse to do the
task given to them by Fascist
authorities will be tried by a
military tribunal.
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PAGE TWO
9>Jelstfk>rkik*n
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1942
Social
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
PERSONALS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder
left Tuesday for the north.

Mr. Al Berkowitz returned to
the city from a pleasure trip to
Gainesville and Jacksonville.

Mrs. G. Stern of Columbia. S.
C. is visiting her daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
A. Friedman.

Mrs. Esther Seitlin, wife of the
late Mr. Louis Seitlin, will hold
a house wanning and mortgage
buring partv Sunday afternoon
at 5 o'clock at 4029 N. W. 12th
St.

Mrs. Louis Malamud of Pitts- |
burg. Pa. is visiting here for two '
weeks with her sister and brother-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H.
Palmer. Enroute she visited,
relatives in Atlanta. Ga. and Co-
lumbia, S. C.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Man-
heimer, winter visitors of Coral
Gables, left Thursday to visit
their son. Dr. Stephen Manheim-
cr, director of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, in Chicago.

Irving Rotfort who has been
stationed with the Air Force in
Pensacola has been transferred
to Officers Training School in
Miami Beach. Upon completion
of the course he will receive his
commission.

Mrs. Louis Kotkin returned to
the city after visiting in Jackson-
ville with friends and relatives.
While there she saw her brother,
Private Carl Rothstein, who is
stationed with the Signal Corp
in Camp Blanding.
ENGAGED
Announcement is being made
of the engagement of Miss Ada
Rick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Rick, to Ben Cohen, son of
Mr. Harry Cohen, formerly of
Chicago. Mr. Cohen is connected
with Manhattan Distributors. No
date for the wedding has been
set.
ORGANIZATIONS
Pkolo hy Hi-Tone
Judge James Dunn, city commissioner and principal speaker of the Y.M.H.A. annual Mother's
Day program held last week before a capacity audience is shown congratulating Mrs. Ben Serkin
who has three sons in the service. Also pictured are other mothers with sons in the armed forces
who were honored that evening.
ORGANIZATIONS
At the final business meeting' president; Mrs. Sam Silver, dis-
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
be featured in an End of Season
concert which will be given Sun-
day evening, May 24th at 8
o'clock at the Beth Jacob Con-
gregation. Miami Beach. Eleanor
Clarke Linton will be the accom-
of the season on Monday, Miami
Chapter of Senior Hadassah un-
animously elected the slate of
officers submitted by the nomi-
nating committee. Mrs. Milton
Sirkin will serve a second term
as president, and Mrs. Samuel
Simonhoff was again designated
honorary president. The other
other officers are: vice-presi-
dents: Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs.
A Service Men's Dance will be
given Saturday night at the Ly-
ceum, 25 Washington Ave. and
every Saturday with Ruth O.
Brotman as hostess.

A musical program for Service
Men has been arranged by Ruth
Brotman for Sunday at 8 P. M.
at the U.S.O. Hall in Miami. Art-
ists participating will be Edith
Freeman, Chas. Feldman, Private
Bela Urbanowsky, Corp. Noble
Barbee. Ruth Brotman, Beatrice
Weinstein and Mr. Gardner.

Mrs. Clarence Cohen, president
of the Miami Save a Life League,
has appointed Mrs. M. Rubin as
membership chairman and the
and assisting cantors will com-
pose the program.

The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah will hold a
benefit theatre party Monday,
May 18 at the Lincoln Theatre.
Miss Charlotte Bee and Anne
Rubin are in charge.

The Business and Professional
Group of Hadassah elected the
following officers tor the coming
year: President, Janet Levine;
vice president, Charlottee Bee;
treasurer. Polly Gershon; record-
ing secretary, Anne Rubin: cor-
responding secretary, Edna Adler
and social secretary, Ida Sch-
wartz.

The Pioneer Women's Organ-
ization for Palestine. Hanita
Club, held a very interesting
Oneg Shabot at the home of Mrs.
Herman Mankes last Saturday
afternoon. The group was well
represented. Mrs. Moses Krieger
gave an inspiring talk and Mrs.
Gertrude Faber entertained with
following to positions as trustees, | songs in Jewish and English. A
Mesdames Rebecca Rothman. M. | resolution was unanimously
S. Rubin, John Meyers, Sara (adopted to help Miami Beach
Mintzes and Rose Toplin. Plans | Recreation Pier Assn. in every
have been completed for a card, | way possible for the entertain-
maj jongg and bingo party to be ment of the service men. This
held June 1st at the Elks Lodge, work is an additional pledge to
720 West Ave. the regular efforts in Palestine.
panist. Joyce Bruckner, dramatist, Joseph Rambam. Mrs. Rudolph
Rothschild; corresponding secre-
tary: Mrs. Louis Rifas; recording
trict secretary; Mrs. Sol Gold-
strom, representative to the Na-
tional Supreme Council, with
Mrs. E. Albert Pallot as alternate,
were appointed.

Miami Section, National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women will install
its new officers for the coming
year at a Victory Installation Tea
to be held Monday, May 18, 2
P. M., in Council House. 1427
N. E. Bayshore Place. Purchase
of a War Savings Stamp will be
the admission charge. Mrs.
Monte Selig will be installed as
president for her second term.
Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Jack Cohen, first vice-presi-
dent; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers,
second vice-president; Mrs. Nat
Williams, third vice-president;
Mrs. Ada Joseph, treasurer; Mrs.
Aaron Farr, recording secretary;
Mrs. Arthur B. Rabe, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. Charles Bus.
hell, financial secretary-
Ethel Rothlein, auditor. '
year board members to h
stalled include Mrs. David Cats
man, Mrs. Max Dreyer Mrs"
Samuel Rost. Mrs. D. J AdIp'
Mrs. Harold Rand, and Mrs w
ing Kobley will fill one'
vacancies on the board
rectors.
Mrs.
Three
year
of di-

The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, 846 Michigan Avenue, Miami
Beach, announce a Siyom Hatorah
Dedication, Sunday, May 7th
at 8 P. M; The Yeshiva is a
newly organized institution at the
beach and has as its officers Wil-
liam Weinberger, president-
Sherry Goldberg, vice president1
Milton R. Wasman, secretary-
David Winetz, treasurer; Abra-
ham Goldsmith, financial secre-
tary and directors, Benjamin
Appel, William Clcin, Isadore
Keil, D. Rosner, A. Schulman. A.
Wechsberger, Max Friedman,
David Singer and Aaron Marmor-
stein. A hebrew school is con-
ducted as one of its activities.

The Lear School will hold its
annual Commencement Exercises
Wednesday, May 27th at 7:45 P.
M. at 1010 West Avenue, Miami
Beach. An original patriotic
play entitled. "Let Us Rejoice,"
written by Mrs. Winifred Kent
and Mr. Dann Morley, members
of the faculty, will be presented
by the students. The exercises
are open to the public. The Col-
lege preparatory graduates are:
Miss Louise Gerstley of Philadel-
phia, Miss Bebe Goldman of Mi-
ami Beach, and the Misses Leona
Jacobson and Charlotte Rifkin of
New York. The High School
preparatory graduates are: Misses
Faye Beth Schwartz and Dianne
Porvin of Detroit, Misses Sybil
Kraus, Joan Shaw and Renee
Goldman of New York, Mr. How-
ard Greenfeld of New Rochelle,
and Mr. Jay Fried of Pittsburg.
NAZIS ERECT GALLOWS IN
POLISH CITIES AS WARNING
Zurich (WNS)Nazi authorit.
ies in occupied Poland have
erected gallows in the center of
18 cities in Polish Silesia as a
warning to Poles and Jews to
desist from anti-Nazi activities,
it was reported here. A procla-
mation was issued warning Jews
and Poles that persons found
guilty of anti-Nazi activities
would be immediately hung.
Buy War Savings Bonds

s
'THE BEST FOREIGN FILM OF THE YEAR"
Says N. Y. World Telegram
"A COMPELLING DRAMA"
Says N. Y. Daily News
1 girl room mm
HEROIC DRAMA ACTUALLY FILMED ON
THE MANNERHEIM LINE
ENGLISH TITLES
Sun. & Mon. May 17-It
STATE
E. Fl.gler at 1st
Tue. & Wed., May 19-20
TOWER
S. W. 8th St. at 15th
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
secretary: Mrs. Edward Lovitz-
financial secretary: Mrs. Louis
Hyman: treasurer: Mrs. Morris
Plant. Officers will be formally
installed at the first meeting in
the Fall. Mrs. Sirkin announced
that quotas assigned the local
chapter by National Hadassah for
its War Emergency Program have
been met, and that activities will
continue during the summer in
the form of neighborhood groups.
lThc Vadies Auxiliary of The
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congre-
gation will close the season's
feeo i^e 7almud Torah and
bunday School with a party to
be held at the Talmud Torah
Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., Sun-
day, May 17 at 10 A.M. Games
served* PW a,?d refr"hmenU
served. Mrs. Ida Buckstein
president and Mrs. William Cle n
SSneSaS*"1*' addr- &

t 716 S6*^ meeting of the
\& ,Auiliary of B'nai B'rith
tichfld .TUe^day evening. Dele-
Mrt "US Dte*rict Convention-
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, district
a '.<
THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES
mourn iubo
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
A duty every man
owes himself and hit
family is that of pro-
viding a final resting
place. It is only wise
and prudent that the
selection of a cemetery
lot should be made in
"advance of need." The
selection of a cemetery
lot does not bring its
use any nearer, but it
does dispose of a duty
with comfort and
due deliberaton.
Mount Nebo has a
definite assured capital
structure wth no out-
standing debts and is
not subject to the
whims and caprices of
an annually elected
group of officers who
know nothing of pro-
per cemetery manag-
ing and have no per-
sonal or financial res-
ponsibility to you.
Maybe you feel that you have already provided ade-
quate burial protection for your familyby paying dues
to some organization which offers burial space. But
such organizations usually scatter families in different
cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place.
Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic lights.
Famines completely torn apart, scattered among atrang-
ors, lack of upkeepall because the head of the family
THOUGHT he had provided properly.
No matter how long you have been a member of "
Id in dues
directly
_jn prevent
your loved ones from being scattered.
r. .m""er bow long you have been a membe
organizationno matter how much you have paid
f7_ ,?uld V" be w'er to get a family plot
'rom Mount Nebo. This is a sure way you can
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Lots may be purchased
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A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU


FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1942
B'NAI B'RITH
NOTES
By AL GREEN
MAX R. SILVER
Guest Columnist
gholem Lodge should take
pride in the splendid publicity it
has been receiving as a result of
its efforts in taking the lead in
activities of the Jewish organi-
zations in this community.
Many people have commented
favorably on our many recent ac-
tivities but we are especially
proud of the publicity given by
the local newspaper commentat-
ors following the Mother's Day
program which was sponsored by
Sholein Lodge together with oth-
er local Jewish organizations.
Many inches of column were de-
voted to the program by Jack
Bell and other writers. *
Each Lodge member should be
happy to see that B'nai B'rith is
receiving close cooperation in
this community. This is the spirit
which will give us a stronger
united front.
Your columnist would like to
call tn the attention of those who
participate in the business of our
Lodge's meetings, that there was
much unfavorable comment after
the last meeting. The lengthy re-
ports which, although the re-
sult of much work and time on
the part of those preparing them,
caused the membership to be-
come quite restless and uneasy.
May I point out that many of the
Brothers attend Lodge meetings
to seek fraternal stimulation
knowing they are part and parcel
of a live, wide-awake organiza-
tion. Long drawn out reports
should be replaced with concise
resumes accomplishing the same
results.
We look forward to the fast-
moving, old-time Sholem Lodge
meetings.
*Jewist Meridian
CONSERVATIVE
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PAGE THREE
The
A. Z. A.
MEETING
HOLDS REGULAR
TUESDAY NIGHT
Miami Chapter of A.Z.A. held
their regular weekly meeting at
the YM.H.A. Tuesday night. At
present, the Chapter is discuss-
ing plans for the annual state
convention to be held this year
jointly by the Miami Chapter and
the Royal Palm Chapter of Mi-
ami Beach. The convention,
scheduled for Labor Day and the
Sunday preceding it, is expected
to draw more than 100 members
from all parts of the state.
PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL
HAS 24-HOUR AMBULANCE
.uTh f'rst of tne ambulances of
the Palmer Funeral Chapel will
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of this week, Sidney H. Palmer
oi the Chapel announced. The
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hour ambulance service was
oue to present war conditions,
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fonnal announcement of
organization of a conservative
synagogue to serve the interest
of the residents of North Beach
centering around 41st Street area
was made this week. In the pro-
cess of formation since the early
part of last season the group of
organizers held services in the
homes of various members
throughout the winter. A year
round schedule of activities is
planned by the Beth Sholem Cen-
ter, name of the new institution.
Passover services were held at
the home of Mr. Louis Nauhaus,
4469 Post Ave., one of the or-
ganizers who together with Max
Ordover. Benjamin Appel and
Julius W. Goldsmith composed
those active in the formation. At
present busy in completing plans
for the promulgation of the in-
stitution are Dr. Max Ellis, a
resident of Miami Beach for the
past four years and active during
his residence here in civic prob-
lems of that city and Mrs. Anna
Brenner Myers, a long time resi-
dent and also active in communal
affairs.
The members meet every
Thursday at different homes un-
til the erection of a center plans
for which are indefinite at this
time due to present conditions.
The next meeting will be held
Tuesday. May 19th at the home
of Dr. Max Ellis, 980 West 48th
St., because of the holidays. Sho-
vuoth services will be held Fri-
day and Saturday at the home of
Mr. Samuel Appel, 4491 Royal
Palm Ave. and a memorial ser-
vice will be observed. Regular
Saturday Service will also be
conducted weekly at the same
place.
Temporary officers are Dr.
Max Ellis, chairman; Bernard Or-
dover, vice chairman; Isador
Perse, treasurer. Other active
members include Samuel Dubin,
Jacob Cohn. David Moscovitz,
Herman Basch, David Lerhman,
Harry Klausner. Sam Lobel, Ja-
cob Slaff. David Roth, Abraham
Zinnamon'. Isaac Rabinovitz, Jul-
ius W. Goldsmith. Benjamin Ap-
pel, Raymond Rubin. Gus Trau,
Samuey Appel. Morris Perel and
Louis Nauhaus.
"The Beth Sholem Center has
been organized only for the pur-
pose of serving the needs of the
residents of the North Beach
area and looks forward to co-
operating with the existing re-
ligious institutions in bettering
the social and religious structure
of our community," Dr. Ellis
stated.
OF MAJOR STONE
IIT
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman to
whom will be tendered a birth-
day reception Friday evening,
May 15, following services at
Temple Israel. At the annual
meeting of the members of the
Temple Rabbi Zwitman was
again selected to serve as spirit-
ual leader. Officers of Temple
Israel, Miami's Reform Congrega-
tion, for the ensuing year were
also elected and include Dr.
Frank Coret. president; Leonard
Epstein, vice president; Harold
B. Spact. secretary; Max Oro-
vitz, financial secretary; Harry
Nevins, treasurer. Directors: Mrs.
Morris Plant, Dr. Philip Wein-
stein. Sam Zinkow, Louis J.
Hamel. Monte Selig and Harry
Boyell.
JEWISH VETERANS HOLD
SERVICES IN NEW YORK CITY
The National Executive of the
Pioneer Women's Organization
and its clubs throughout the
United States will be represented
at the Emergency War Session
of the American Jewish Con-
gress to be held in Chicago on
May 16th. 17th and 18th. A
special call has been sent out by
the National Secretariat, Sara
Feder and Dvora Rothbard, to
the clubs throughout the colun-
try to participate actively in all
preparations together with the
other affiliated organizations of
the Congress.
The Jewish War Veterans of
the United States today an-
nounced that Senator Scott W.
Lucas, Democrat, of Illinois, will
appear as the principal speaker
at the Forty-seventh Annual Me-
moral Services to be held at 11
A.M. on May 17th. 1942, at Tem-
ple Emanuel. Fifth Avenue and
Sixty-fifth Street, New York
City.
As usual, the services will be
preceded by a parade of 10.000
members of the Jewish War Vet-
erans. Veterans of Foreign Wars,
American Legion, Disabled War
Veterans, and many other pa-
triotic organizations.
Since the Memorical Services
coincides this year with "I Am
An American" Day, the keynote
will be the contribution of Jews,
as Americans, to the progress of
America.
In the presence of a group of
intimate friends and Jewish com-
munity leaders, at a dinner at
the Alcazar roof tendered last
Thursday in his honor, Major
Elry Stone charged the Jewish
community with responsibility
for continuing the work of civic
and religious Jewish organiza-
tions.
"I remember" said Major Stone
who had served his country in
World War I, "that during' the
last war the Y.M.H.A.'s the Syn-
agogues and Temples all suffered
because of the shortsightedness
of the men and women who re-
mained at home. This must not
happen now nor here. The Jew-
ish community must make great-
er efforts at present to support
the Federation, the places of wor-
ship and social organizations."
The dinner was presided over
by Rabbi Colman Zwitman who
acted as toastmaster and who ex-
pertly and beautifully conducted
the testimonal occasion. Among
the speaker who presented brief
messages were Mr. Benjamin
Bronston, Mr. Morris Klass. Mr.
Wm. Boxerman, Rabbi Jacob H.
Kaplan, Mr. Burnett Roth. Mr.
E. Al. Pallot. Mr. Stanley C.
Meyers, Mr. Troy Davis, law as-
sociate of Mr. Stone. Mr. Isaac
Levin, Mr. J. Gerald Lewis and
Mr. Isaac Levin. Dr. Frank Coret
presented the testimonial gift and
a playlet written by Rabbi Zwit-
man on "The Life and Love of
Erly Stone" was presented by
Stanley C. Meyers, Isaac Levin,
Burnett Roth and E. Albert Pal-
lot. "
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the formal
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nomic deprivations and starvation have been
their weapons but these weapons have boom-
eranged.
In many of the conquered countries, the
Nazis have met with increasing
resistance
They Must Remember
Ten of thousands of young American Jews
are fighting on far-flung fronts throughout the
world to preserve democracy and re-establish
the principles of equality, justice and freedom, from the people who will not accept the anti-
A Jewish bombardier sat in the plane piloted Semitic program. Instead of splitting the pop-
by the late Captain Colin Kelley; Jewish sol- | ulation, destroying their strength, the Nazi
diers were among the American heroes at blows visited upon the Jews, have united
Bataan and Corregidor; Jewish sailors and ; the people who render aid to the oppressed,
fliers participated in the epic Coral Sea naval In Yugoslavia, guerilla detachments risking
battle. Protestants, Catholics, Jews and Neg
roesall are fighting courageously and will
continue to fight courageously until the great
cause of the United Nations has been realized
and Hitlerism wiped off the face of the earth.
What will face "our boys" upon their re-
turn? Will Corporal Meyer Levin, the Jewish
hero who dropped the bomb that sank the
Japanese battleship Haruna, consult the em-
ployment columns of his favorite newspaper
and learn that many well-paid jobs are for
"Christian whites" only? Will he read that
he is not welcome at a number of vacation
resorts and summer playgrounds because of
policies of "restricted clientele?" The answers
to these questions must be decided now. We.
the 'home front' of this war, should now deter-
mine the conditions which will face "our boys"
upon their return. They are fighting for dem-
ocracy on foreign soil. We must fight for de-
mocracy here. The New York newspaper PM,
has launched a campaign for mass support to
eliminate what it aptly calls "hate ads" in the
general press- That campaign deserves our
fullest support.
Employers and resort owners who write
these "hate ads" and the newspapers which
accept them must be made to remember that
Uncle Sam, in gathering his powerful armed
forces, did not call upon "Christian whites"
only.
Nazi Rumor Cracks
The Nazis have pledged the extermination
of the Jewish race but they cannot carry out
that pledge. Pogroms, wholesale murder, eco-
death, raid concentration camps for Jews and
help them escape. Possibly to their amaze-
ment, the Nazis have discovered that the cen-
turies of civilization steeping mankind in the
principles of brotherhood and proclaiming the
dignity of mankind, have made deeper marks
than any Nazi gauleiter with a whip in his
hand can achieve.
More tangible, perhaps, and more pointed
is the fundamental economic law of a nation
which the Nazis have ignored in the imple-
mentation of their "aryan" doctrine and which
in the longer run will prove their defeat. That
is that no part of a country's people can be
wholly removed from the economic life and
have that nation stand. The life of a nation
is compounded of too many intricate inter-
relationships for such segregation or exter-
mination of a race to be possible without bring-
ing ruin to that nation. The Nazis prove it
themselves.
A recent report in a Nazi publication re-
vealed that factories were established in the
Jewish ghettos of Nazi-occupied Poland for the
production of army supplies. Five were es-
tablished last month in Warsaw to meet the
acute shortage of skilled labor in Germany.
Which means that all available manpower is
being used at the front and is so necessary
that production at home is beginning to suffer.
Thus, they are being forced to utilize Jewish
labor in economic life. As a country they
are not self-sustaining and lack of imports is
beginning to strain the resources of the coun-
try. And coupled with all this continued de-
feat at the front is beginning to rack the Nazi
machine more visibly every day.
I
THE Y. M.H.A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
sons in the service; Mrs. Louis
Weintraub. two sons; Mrs. Joseph
Schaffer. two sons; Mrs. Harry
Hacker, one son; Mrs. Cohen, one
son; Mrs. J. Siegel, one son; Mrs.
Lipsitz, one son; Mrs. Philip
Rothschild, one son; Mrs. Samuel
jFeldman. one son; Mrs. L. Safer,
I one son; Mrs. Growman. one son;
and Mrs. Seligman. whose hus-
Nomination of Officer* I band ls a member of the armed
1 forces. Many women from the
Annual
Next Wednesday
The annual nomination of of-! *uadJ"nce *'hse nam" were not
ficers and directors of the Y. M. aeava,lab'<;. were honored al-
H. A. will be held next Wednes- bte"use of thelr sons being m
day evening. May 20. at 8:30,lhc sen lce-
o'clock. The nominating com-, Richard Shulman. 6 years old,
mittee consisting of Isaac Levin.' 8ave tne various calls of the ar-
chairman; Leo Ackerman, Al m>' maneuvers. Those assisting
Berkowitz, Nat Blumberg and | Mrs. Grossman were Mrs. Pearl
Milton A. Friedman, will render Reisman. Mrs. Macy Levinson,
its report. In addition, nomina-1 ",rs- Growman. and Mrs. Herman
tions will also be made from the! Slepian. The following members
floor. A large turnout is expect-' f tnc G. P. C. a subsidiary of
ed and refreshments will be \ *ne Y acted as hostesses: Misses
served. Members and friends are | Mildred Berkowitz, Frances Gins-
invited. Elections will be held ber8- Margaret Horowitz. Irene
the first Wednesday in June.
Mother's Day Program A Huge
Success
The annual Mother's Day pro-
gram, sponsored by the Y. W. H.
A., was a tremendous success.
The auditorium was so crowded
that over one hundred people had the Y, requests all persons desir-
Malek, Pearl Gold, and Shirley
Rothschild.
Home Camp
The fourth annual session of
the Home Camp will commence
on Monday, June 15. Maurice
Grossman, executive director of
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Muctiy, Confidential
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
to stand in the aisles to witness
the marvelous program that was
prepared by Mrs. Maurice Gross-
man, chairman of the committee.
The principal speaker was Com-
missioner James A. Donn. An-
other speaker was Nathaniel Na-
son, regional field supervisor of
the J. W. B.-U. S. O.. from Atlan-
ta, who gave an outline of the
Army and Navy Committee.
Marx Feinberg rendered musical
selections, accompanied by Mrs.
Essie Schaffer at the piano. The
Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops
presented the colors.
The feature of the evening was
the honoring of the mothers of
the men in the service. The fol-
lowing women were honored:
Mrs. Ben Sirkin, who has three
ing to send their children to the
camp to communicate immediate-
ly with the Y office as the en-
rollment will be limited. In ad-
dition to the usual program, there
will be tap and ballet dancing,
story telling, arts and crafts, dra-
matics and many other novel-
ties. The tuition will be $3.50
per week for children of mem-
bers of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A
and $5.00 per week for children
of non-members. Scholarships
will be available for those child-
ren who are unable to pay the
tuition. No one will be barred
for lack of financial ability to
pay. Every child will be exam-
ined by a physician before ad-
mission. Dr. I. H. Schwartz, di-
rector of physical education of
the Y, will be in charge of the
athletic program. Dr. Rand will
head the medical staff. Mr.
Grossman requests that any boys
and girls desiring to act as coun-
sellors communicate with him.
Diamondball
The Y diamondball team, man-
aged by Frank Rose, won its first
game of the season by defeating
the Boulevard Christians by a
score of 12 to 3. Frank was verv
much impressed by the large
turn-out of members who came
to witness the ball game. Such
action on the part of the general
public stimulates and gives an
incentive to the players to do
better work. This year we have
an excellent team and the chances
for winning the pennant are
good.
The G. P. C.
.. The, G P- c- a subsidiary of
tne Y, and consisting of young
ladies from the ages of 19 to 23
is planning a membership party
to be held this Sunday afternoon
at the home of Miss Pearl Gold
2154 S. W. 4th Street, from 3 to 6
o clock. All members and pros-
pective members are invited.
Service Men's Dance
The regular bi-weekly Service
Men s Dance will be held Satur-
day night. May 16. at the Y. Mrs
Florence Hacker, chairman of the
r. w. H. A. Defense ommittee.
announces that this week the
members of the Beth David Sis-
terhood will act as guest host-
esses. The Beth David commit
tee includes Mrs. J. August. Mrs.
Sam Dickson. Mrs. William Fried-
2fwM?l,Ii',rrj' Mandel. Mrs.
Sam Weisel, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin,
Mrs. Isadore Fine, Mrs. Philip
MvrMr!i,Norman Jacobs and
Mrs. Max Shapiro. The W P A
orchestra will furnish the music:
Refreshments will be served:
ITMJ dance is for Service Men
NEWS FOR YOU
The reports of Bernard M. Baruch's ill health are consider-
ably exaggerated When asked about it, he recently said'
"There's nothing wrong with my heart that the fall of Hitler and
Company wouldn't cure" One of Naziland's greatest comed-
ians, relates Harry Hershfield, is in the cooler for telling an au-
dience: "Sure, ninety- eight percent of the German people love
Hitlerbut it's funny how I keep running into the other two
percent all the time" Meyer Davis, whose orchestras have
for years been featured by the Greenbrier Hotel at White Sul-
phur Springs, Where the Axis diplomats are interned, was asked
to supply only a single organist this season ... So the musician
who entertains the anti-Semitic "guests" is one Nathan Portnotf
. When you see an anti-Nazi film called "This is the Enemy,"
watch it attentively ... It was originally a Nazi propaganda
film, which the U. S. Navy seized on a Nazi warship bound for
South Americaand with the new narrative supplied here it
makes excellent anti-Nazi stuff Was that a Freudian slip on
the part of a New York Herald-Tribune typist or linotyper which
caused Leon Henderson to be quoted as saying the public
should "blame the Germans and the Jews for wartime restric-
tions on civilian life?" What Mr. Henderson actually said,
of course, was "the Germans and the Japs," and the Tribune
was quick to make a correction and apology .
BOOK STUFF
That Bible which the Committee for a Jewish Army presented
to Pierre van Paassen is the first Hebrew Bible to have been pub-
lished in this country ... It was one of the choicest items in Dr.
A. S. W Rosenbach's collection Now we hear that Wendell
L. Willkie will have an article in the Saturday Evening Post in
answer to Milton Mayer's "Case Against the Jews" With all
due respect to Mr. Willkie, it seems to us a bit startling for him
to have been chosen to write on a subject of which he neces-
sarily knows so little ... A man like Maurice Samuel should
have been given the opportunity to demolish the Post's ama-
teur experts on the Jewish question Just out is Samuel's
translation of Sholem Asch's "Children of Abraham," a collec-
tion of short stories They show Asch at his best, dealing with
everyday Jewish types ... All of which reminds us that Samuel
is planning to bring out a book on Sholem Aleichem, with ex-
cerpts from the writings of that immortal Jewish humorist .
The opening chapter in Associated Press correspondent Roy
Porter's forth-coming book, "Uncensored France," is something
you'll really enjoy It's very briefless than a page long
and we'd love to quote it for you But since this is a family
paper we'll refrain, and you'll just have to wait till the book is
published, which won't be for quite some time .
THIS AND THAT
If refugees of your acquaintance suddenly begin to speak
English with a perfect accent, don't be too surprised The
National Refugee Service now enjoys the cooperation of The
Key Reporter, official bulletin of Phi Beta Kappa, in finding vol-
unteer teachers of English in the 700 American cities where the
NRS has active local committees We suppose you've read
about the protest raised by a number of New York lawyers
named Ferris when a Bronx attorney named Adolph E. Finkel-
stein had his name legally changed to Arthur E. Ferris The
protests notwithstanding, the erstwhile Mr. Finkelstein is now
Mr. Ferris We wouldn't mention the incident at all if it didn't
remind us so vividly of the oldie concerning the Adolf Finkel-
stein who appealed to Hitler himself for permission to change
his name, on the grounds that Adolf was a terrible moniker ...
For, believe it or not, the new Mr. Ferris' argument in his plea
before the court specified that he had found the name Adolph a
great burden since Adolf's rise to power .
MUSIC NOTES
Did you know that Sammy Fain, the song-writer responsible
for such hits as "Are You Having Any Fun?" and "Happy in
Love," is the son of a Chazan, and started his musical career as
a boy soprano in a synagogue choir? Another Chazan s
son who has made good is Henry Rosenblatt, whose father was
the famous Yossele Rosenblatt Henry, professionally known
as Paul Dennis, was making his way up as a singer, but at the
moment is engaged not in warbling but in warring, as a mem-
ber of the U. S. armed forces Dinah Shore's Bluebird re-
cording of "I Don't Want to Walk Without You" has been ac-
claimed as one of her best She explains that it's because
she made the record in the spring Dinah claims that the
romantic atmosphere of springtime improves her singing
Jascha Heifetz is celebrating a bicentenary this year Not
his own, of course, but that of one of his violinsa Guarnerius
made in 1742
Pianist Ania Dorfman, who was one
of the
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soloists in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra's presenta-
tion of Beethoven's concerto for piano, violin and viola a couple
of weekends ago, holds the distinction of being the only instru-
mental soloist who has ever played under the direction 01
Maestro Arturo Toscanini .
ABOUT PEOPLE .,
Headed for the rank of Brigadier General, we hear, is^an'
Arnstein, of Burma Road fame Enjoying the rank of Pnva'
in the Army is Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joui
Distribution Committee Another distinguished citizen wn
will soon be a Private is playwright Irwin Shaw, who il1 enii
Ing nex! month Octavus Roy Cohen is a famous Mer 1
name, and it would be a little confusing if another writer 01
cm-, name were suddenly to appear in the pages of our m
lar magazines That is why Cohen's gifted young so
oken bis mother's maiden name aa his nom-de-plume
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FRIDAY- MAY 15, 1942
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TEMPLE ISRAEL
jj7 N. E. Hth Street
Office Phone S-774C
RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D.
"*" Rabbi Emeritus
1996 Indian Creek Drive -lM*
Miami Beach
RABBI CQUIAM A. ZWITMAN
^^ 6400 LaGoroe Drive
Miami Beach
Phone S-1738
Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tem-
pi, every morning. You may consult
iiih him on matter* concerning the
ifWlsb community, or your personal
problems. You will be assured sym-
pathetic hearing and advice, and.
needless to say. each matter will be
held in strict confidence.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening. May 15th. 8:15
p m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman
will preach on the subject. "The
Days of our Years."
Birthday Reception
A birthday reception in honor
of Rabbi Zwitman will be ten-
dered tins Friday evening. May
15th. alter the Services, by the
Temple Israel Sisterhood. Mem-
bers of the congregation and
friends are cordially invited to
attend. Mrs. Max Steuer is
chairman of the Reception Com-
mittee and Mrs. Adolph Werth-
cimcr is co-chairman.
Sabbath Morning Service
Saturday morning, May 16th,
11:30 a. m. Torah reading and
congregation participation.
Honor Roll for Service Men
We are calling for names of all
men in the Service. In the near
future a Plaque, bearing the
names of service men as a roll of
honor, will be placed in the front
lobby of the Temple, under the
auspices of the Men's Club. To
date, we have received the fol-
lowing names: Elry Stone, Paul
H. Marks. Alfred Plant, E. Mel-
vin Katz. Louis Fleischer Snet-
man. Lee Lincoln. Arnold Rubin,
Robert Levin, Arthur Kahn, Rob-
ert Richter, Arnold Greenfield,
Stanley Davis, Maurice Orovitz,
Victor Kohn.
These are but a few names
which were sent in during the
first week. We shall appreciate
immensely cooperation of mem-
bers of the congregation, who
will send us in the names of men
in the service, and their present
rank.
Confirmation and Shovuos
Service
Thursday evening, May 21st,
7:30 p. in. and Friday morning,
May 22nd. 11 a. m.
Program
Processional, "Hark the Voice
of Children;" Hymn No. 146, Con-
firmands and Choir; Opening
Prayer, Mildred Greenberg;
Opening Service, Patricia J. Ko-
vins; Borehu and Evening Pray-
er, Herbert Neilinger; Shma and
Responsive Reading, Sylvia J.
Berkman; Hebrew Prayer and
Congregational Reading, Nathan
J Ratner; Prayer for Shovuos
Festival, Lenore P. LeVine; Pray-
er for Government and Country,
Joanne B. Saltzman; Service Be-
fore the Ark, Joel Kuperberg;
Heading of the Torah; Exodus,
Chapter 20. Bert H. Wohl; Con-
secration of "Offering", Phyllis
J- Kosenthal; The Symbol of the
{lowers, Barbara Lewis; The
nge of the Offering, Lois Braz;
JJur Theme, Leonard E. Treister;
uur Confirmation, The Road
Map Rita M. Hyman; The Need
'or the Roud Map, Bart L. Cohen;
.,, m d MapJewish Litera-
ture, The Service Station, Mar-
nf n. Frcedman; Historic Role
S"e Synagogue, Marjorie P.
SPS;. The Synagogue-Ser-
."* Station of the Jew, Molly
nw.1 oyo11: Musical Selection,
letrrple Israel Choir; The Home,
fh,! E^u'Page, Elyse B. Newman;
Jjjw Country and Our Society,
"M passengers, Ellen R. Cohen;
dSeHMJrtyrs,.and Sages' Isa"
SS. Margohs; A 4000 year
Our rT"1 Joy R Simonhoff;
RaLi tS*100' Provisions for the
p. Florence Wohl; Advice of
stem m nts' Dorothy R. Gold-
Si ris,cal Selection, Temple
mount C^,r: A Faith to Sur-
StmLb,stales- Avoidance of
Prayer'Th ^illiam Baros' &
senh r7TheL Upward Climb, Jo-
ProcPfsse"heimer; We Join the
Session, Bon Voyage, Barbara
Gordon; Closing Prayer, Robert
Bronner.
In Memoriam
May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and com-
fort the bereaved among us.
At the services this Friday,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Rose Green,
mother of I. W. Green, Leon
Green and Albert A. Green; Daisy
Rothschild Fisher, mother of Dr
F. H. Fisher.
Yahrzeits: Alice Jacobus and
Joseph Jacobus, mother and fath-
er of Mrs. D. J. Apte and Leon-
ard Jacobus; Moritz Meyer
husband of Mrs. Emma Meyers
and father of Sidney Meyer; Leah
Arnold, mother of J. Arnold; Da-
vid L'iebling, father of Norman
Liebling; Sigmund Wolf, father
of Mrs. Ed I. Lovitz; Sarah Leah
Herstein, mother of Mrs. Morris
Plant and Mrs. Louis Zeientz.
Floral offering of last week
presented in memory of Frances
Glanckopf.
Gift made to the Temple in
memory of Samuel Merson.
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue
Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHE9. Cantor
Phone 4-0408
2263 S. W. 21t Terrace
MIAMI BEACH
JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI
1536 Jefferaon Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782
Miami Beach
Services
Services daily at 8:30 a. m., 7:30
and 8:10 p. m.; Saturday at 9:00
a. m., 7:30 and 8:30 p. m.; Shalosh
S'oodoss, Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Graduation Exercises
The annual graduation exer-
cises of our Religious School will
take place this Sunday night at
8 o'clock in our synagogue build-
An exceptional program has
been prepared for this year's
graduation. In addition to our
graduates' themes there will be
short addresses from former
graduates of our religious school,
from the class presidents of our
school, from the president of our
congregation, Sisterhood and P.
T. A, and from a representative
parent of our graduates. Lloyd
Symansky has served as coach for
the graduating class.
Our glee club will render a
number of selections under the
direction of Miss Sonia Shpall.
Our graduates will sing a num-
ber of appropriate melodies un-
der the leadership of Cantor
Mamches. Louise Raphael will
deliver the valedictory address
and make the graduates' presen-
tation to the school. Diplomas
and awards will be presented by
the chairman of our board of ed-
ucation, I. D. Spivak.
Refreshments will be served
by the parents of the graduates,
chairmanned by E. Raphael. All
adults and children are cordially
invited. No charge, and no so-
licitations.
Scouts
Our Girl Scouts celebrated
Mother's Day with a lovely pro-
gram. Present were the parents,
Rabbi Mescheloff, and R. Saund-
ers, principal of the South Beach
Elementary School. The program
was arranged by our Scout lead-
er, Mrs. E. Decky.
Our Scouts are now busy col-
lecting magazines and books for
our service men. If you have any
of either bring them to our syn-
agogue office.
Habanoth
The Victory chapter of Miami
Beach Habanoth staged an ini-
tiation for new members at this
week's meeting. They are plan-
ning a swimming party for the
end of May. They meet Tuesday
at 7:30 p. m. in our community
building.
Mixrachi
The Miami Beach. Mizrachi
will meet this Saturday night at
9 o'clock in our community
building for their regular month-
ly meeting. A report on our Lag
B'Omer picnic will be tendered.
Everyone is welcome.
It's cheaper to win. Buy your
Quota of War Bonds.
Sisterhood, Saturday night dances
are given weekly to hundreds of
men in uniform. The Social room
with its elaborate recreational
equipment is open daily. Library
and radio facilities are available.
The Center's Red Cross Unit sews
and repairs clothing for the men.
Numerous families are inviting
men to dinner on Friday nights
and Sunday afternoons. At ser-
vices many men are in evidence.
Numerous gifts have been re-
ceived from friends for the equip-
ment and the use of the soldiers
and the Center Board has voted
a substantial budget out of its
treasury.
CONGREGATION
SHAAREI TEFILA
Miami Beach
Daily services 8 a. m.
Evening services 7:30 p. m.
Saturdays, 9 a. m.
Oneg Shabbobs 7 p. m.
Sabbath Services
Kindling of the Sabbath lights
7:30 p. m. Sunset services at
7:30 p. m. At the lecture song
service, the closing service of
the season, at 8 p. m. this Friday,
Chaplain David W. Isaac, chap-
lain with the Army Air Corps,
will speak on, "Religion in the
Armed Forces." Dr. S. Bension,
Cantor Lengyel and Choir will
officiate, directed by Miss Edith
Freeman. On Saturday morning.
Dr. Bension will preach on The
Scriptural Lesson. At 6:15 p. m.
the Perek will be instructed and
at 7 o'clock the Oneg Shabbos
will be spread.
Sisterhood Meeting
The Sisterhood meeting last
Tuesday night was presided over
by the newly elected president,
Mrs. Isidor Newman. Chaplain
Mrs. Helen Schcoenfield offered
prayer, and Mrs. Ben Marbach
presented a unique and interest-
ing Mother's Day program which
included prizes and awards to
many of the mothers preseiit. It
was announced that the Donors
Quota Luncheon will be given
at the Center Patio on Monday
noon. May 18th. A rummage
sale will be held during the
month of July and any one who
is generous to spare for the pur-
pose used clothing and other use-
ful articles will please communi-
cate with the officers of tl e Sis-
terhood or bring the gifts directly
to the Richardson Furniture
Company in Miami. The Sister-
hood is also participating ac-
tively in the Confirmation and
in the Annual Center Carnival.
Hebrew Summer School
All provisions have been made
for conducting a summer Hebrew
school session which will be un-
der the direction of Rabbi Spitz,
educational director, provide for
Hebrew instruction during the
summer months and also include
games, singing and other enter-
taining features for the children.
The winter classes will be con-
tinued and beginners classes will
be opened. It is planned to have
a Sunday bar mitzvah minyan.
Registration books are open now
and parents are urged to come in
and talk matters over.
Confirmation
For the first time in the history
of the Center an elaborate con-
firmation program will be carried
out on Friday night, May 22nd,
Shabuot at 8 p. m. Dr. Bension,
Rabbi Spitz, Cantor Lengyel,
Mrs. Lengyel, Mrs. Evelyn Raff
and the choir will all participate.
President Frankel of the Center
and Mrs. Isidor Newman, presi-
dent of the Sisterhood will make
the usual presentations. A com-
mittee of mothers, headed by
Mrs. Nat Hankoff, will sponsor
the reception following the con-
firmation. Mrs. Leon Spitz and
Mrs. Molka Reich are in charge
of the arrangements. The mem-
bers of the confirmation class are:
Marshall Giller, Harold Herman,
Franklyn Blazar. Marjorie Wald-
man, Charles Giller, Judith Nel-
son, Ruth Frankenstein, Audrey
Hankoff, Samuel Spitz, Samuel
Frankenstein and Tema Rubin-
stein. _
Religious School Events
Sunday morning, May 24th will
mark the closing exercises of the
Religious School. Joseph A. Ber-
man, superintendent, will pre-
side. An interesting program and
exhibit will be featured. Parents
are cordially invited. On Sun-
day morning, May 31st the An-
nual Picnic will take place.
Soldier's Recreation Center
The Soldier's Recreation Cen-
ter is making very fine progress.
Under the joint auspices of the
Center Social League and the
Services of the Congregation
Shaaray Tefila are scheduled for
Friday at 7:30 p. m. and Satur-
day at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m in
their new temporary quarters,
1527 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will speak during the Saturday
morning services on the subject
of "The Mobile Sanctuary."
Weekday morning services will
be at 8 a. m. and evening ser-
vices at 7:30 o'clock.
The Ein Yakov group meets
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
7:45 p. m. The group studying
Jewish Laws and Customs meets
Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45
p. m. All are welcome.
MIAMI JEWISH
ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi
182S S W. 14th Terrace
Phone 3-5192
690 S. W. 17th Avenue
TALMUD TORAH
1546 S. W. Third Street
SERVICE SCHEDULE
Daily Minyon---------------8:30 a. m.
Mincha_______________5:30 p.m.
Maariv________________6:00 p. m
Saturday..
.9:00 a. m.
Pro Patria
In order to make our children
feel the necessity to put their
pennies into War Savings
Stamps, the Congregation gave,
this year's winners of the Sunday
School prizes, War Savings
Stamps. Again we urge the
elders of all our children to
stimulate the saving of War
Stamps by their children and by
themselves. Our country is
worth saving and much can be
accomplished by the buying of
War Savings Stamps.
Sunday School Awards
The following children received
the awards given by the Talmud
Torah: Donald Berkowitz. Mar-
vin Eisenberger, Morton Erstling,
Barry Garber, Sara Mae Geltner,
Arnold Glantz, Irene Kasten-
baum, Garvin Kleiber, Sandy Of-
sowitz, Stewart Mann, Joey
Mintzer, Larry Rifas, Charles
Rosenblitt, Sandra Silberman,
Marion Silberman, Irving Swis-
kow, Bernard Swiskow.
At the time of the giving of
the awards, refreshments were
served in honor of Stewart
Mann's recent birthday.
Shochet Award
Esther Kassin was this year's
recipient of the J. Louis Shochet
Memorial medal given annually
by the Shochet family. In award-
ing the medal, Rabbi Kellner
thanked the family for their gra-
cious gesture.
Shabbas Services
At 10 a. m. this Shabbos mor-
ning, Rabbi Kellner will preach
on "Do Numbers Count?" At 6
p. m. the afternoon Drushe will be
preached by Rabbi Kellner in
Yiddish, on the 'Ethics of the Fa-
thers." Shales Sudos will be
served.
Talmud Torah
Regular classes in the Talmud
Torah are continuing and will be
held from 3:30 on. Registration
for the summer term is still in
progress and parents are again
reminded of their duty to their
children, in not keeping back
their spiritual heritage from
them.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
(Miami's Pioneer Cengxecatlon)
135 N. W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone 2-2176
Office Phone 2-1473
HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor
1134 8. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172
Permanent Calendar
Daily Services_________8:00 a. m.
_7:00 p. m.
8:30 a.m.
Evening Services...
Saturday morning..
Sunday morning........___ 8:00 a.m.
Shabbos M'Vorchim
This Sabbath the Blessing of
the New Moon of Sivan will take
place. The rabbi will preach in
Yiddish on the subject, "A New
Approach." Cantor H. Marbein
will chant the prayers.
Junior congregation will meet
at 10:30 a. m. with David Ja-
cobs, Bernard Dickson, and
Meyer Greenbberg officiating.
Mother's Day Program
A beautiful and elaborate
Mother's Day program was pre-
sented during the assembly last
Sunday morning by the dramatic
club under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Somberg. It was a very
lovely sight to see about 60 moth-
ers participating in this program.
One of the highlights was the
reading of an original poem writ-
ten by Pvt. Cal Pont, stationed
at Ft. Benning, Ga., to his mother,
Sadie Pont.
Closing Exercises and Picnic
Sunday, May 17th the closing
exercises of our Sunday School
will take place with pupils of 12
classes receiving awards for
scholarships. In view of the re-
striction of the use of tires and
gas, and in cooperation with the
government in our own small
way, it has been decided to dis-
pense with trfe annual picnic in
some distant park but in its stead
to hold athletic games during the
closing exercises. Ice cream and
milk in addition to the lunches
to be brought by the pupils will
be given by the Sisterhood, and
prizes for athletic ability will be
presented. Parents and members
are invited to attend.
Confirmation Exercises
Sunday evening promptly at
8:15 the confirmation exercises
will take place in the synagogue.
The confirmands have written
original essays summing up the
thoughts of Judaism and Jewish
Ideals in War Crisis. The con-
firmands this year are Esther
Bain, Bernard Dickson. Sanford
Freed, Albert Kahn, Leonard
Kaler, Elmer Oliphant, Richard
Pollack, Harvey Relman, Joyce
Rosengarten. Marcelle Schwartz,
Miriam Shaff. Bernard Shenk-
man, Robert Slatko, Rita Solo-
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8)
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrews Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Rabbi Samuel Halevi Bazon
702 S. E. 12th Street
Telephone 1418
Sabbath services, Friday at 8
p. m. Sermon subject: "I Am An
American."
Religious School. Sunday at 10
a. m.
Youth Club. Sunday at 11:30
a. m.
Sisterhood meeting, Monday at
8 p. m., in the home of Mrs. L.
D. Sklar. 1114 S. E. 7th Street.
Sewing for the Red Cross. Bri-
tish War Relief Society, Bundles
for America, etc., Tuesday from
12:30 to 5 p. m.
"A liberal synagogue serving
Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.
At the recent annual meeting
of the congregation of Temple
Emanu-El in Fort Lauderdale,
the following officers were
elected: president, Moe Katz;
vice president, A. M. Robbins;
treasurer. Dr. J. Blume; secre-
tary, M. B. Barthold. Directors,
Mack Katz, Ben Kaufmann (Hol-
lywood,) William Kirsch, A. A.
Newman, Dr. A. A. Shapira, J. A.
Voice (Hollywood,) Maurice
Weinstein.




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PAGE SIX
vJewist noridiar
FRIDAY, MAY
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goldsmith
were hosts Wednesday evening
at a dutch supper at Schwartz-
berg hall for the benefit of Beth
Israel sisterhood. The attend-
ance was unusually large. Follow-
ing the supper cards and games
were played.
children during the past school
term.
President Goodmark appointed
committees and chairmen for the
new year.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414 8th
St., representing the Jewish
Floridian, spent a few days in
Belle Glade and Pahokce.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Karlin of
Brooklyn, N. Y., left for home
after a visit of two weeks with
their son. Private Norman Kar-
lin of Morrison Field.
The semi-monthly meeting of
Bnai B'rith Ladies" Auxiliary
was held Monday night at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Dickson. Mrs. Al. Gasper, presi-
dent, presided. Arrangements
were made for a tea social to be
held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Halpern.
Mrs. Rose Schutzberg. man-
ager of the Villa Clair. Palm
Beach, gave a farewell dinner
Sunday night for a few close
friends in honor of her son. Adolf,
who is leaving for the army the
27th. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. Meyer. Mr. Cohen. Adolf
Schutzberg, Mrs. Mary Schreb-
nick. Joe Schrebnick and Mrs.
Schutzberg, the hostess.
POLITICAL BRIEFS
Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, candi-
date for county commissioner,
Palm Beach. District 2. is asking
re-election to office by virtue of
his past accomplishments.
With the rank of captain, he is
executive officer of the First Air
Squadron. Florida Defense Force,
was the first president of the
West Palm Beach Fishing Club.
serving for three years. For three
years he served as master of
ceremonies in the Civitan pro-
grams held weekly in Flagler
Park. A past exalted ruler of
the Elks Lodge. Mr. Cornelius is
a member of the Kiwanis Club,
the Chamber of Commerce and
the Junior Order of American
Mechanics.
Mr. Cornelius graduated from
the Cedartown Georgia High
school and attended the Georgia
School of Technology.
Joining the commission a
month after Morrison Field was
dedicated, he soon became chair-
man of its aviation committee,
which helped bring an army air
base here and securing the con-
struction of an auxiliary airport
near Lantana.
!5. 1942
"With all those War Bonds he's the most eligible bachelor in the
church!"
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and
son, Sammy, left Monday for
Texas where their son. Morton,
a lieutenant in the Air Corps ex-
pects shortly to be assigned for
active duty.
WILSON
Picture Frame Shop
PHONE 2-2462
We Call for and Deliver Orders
172 N. W. 1st Street
Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of
the Temple Israel, installed the
new officers of the Temple sister-
hood at its annual luncheon meet-
ing. New officers are Mrs. David
Goldsmith, president; Mrs. O. P.
Gruncr. vice president; Mrs. Bar-
ney Blicher, treasurer; Mrs. Mi-
chael Kalmutz, financial secre-
tary, and Mrs. Carl N. Herman,
secretary.
A handsome gift and corsage
were presented the retiring presi-
dent. Mrs. Harry Sirkin, in ap-
preciation for her services during
the past year. Mrs. Joseph C.
Bernstein was welcomed as a
new member.
PALM BEACH B'NAI B'RITH
INSTALL OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Harry Goodmark. newly elect-
ed president, led the list of of-
ficers of the local B'nai B'rith
lodge installed last night at an-
nual ceremonies held at Schwartz-
berg Hall. Joe Lesser, retiring
president, was installing officer.
His assistant was Dave Feldman.
city, president of the Florida Dis-
trict Grand Lodge.
Other officers seated were Dave
Katz. vice president; Dan Good-
mark, financial secretary: Rabbi
Manuel Greenstein, recording
secretary; Max Ackerman, treas-
urer; Joe Lesser, monitor: Ben
Pepper, assistant monitor; Maur-
ice Moss, warden; Sam Green,
guard.
Trustees for the ensuing year
are Ralph Cohn. Dave Feldman,
Jack Kapncr. Sid Bernbaum, Ezra
Brahms. Martin Dubbin, Sid Pep-
per.
Mr. Lesser reported purchase
of S3.800 in War Bonds and
Stamps since January. He also
reported 2.016 bottles of milk
were purchased for needy school
STRATEGY VALUE
OP MIDDLE EAST
STRESSED TO 0. S.!
FEDERATION NAME MIAMI
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DR. MILES
NERVINE
Stanley Myers. Chairman of
\ the Board of Directors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, announced today the ap-
| pointment of four Miami Federa-
ion leaders to the Executive
Committee of the Southeastern
Region of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds.
.,,._, These are: Benjamin E. Bron-
New York.-The pivotal strat- 8ton Sam Blank Stanley C.
cgic importance of the Middle Myers Max Orovitz
Eastern lands, including Pale- The Southeastern Region of the
state,to the cause of the United Council of Jewish Federations
Nations, will be brought to the and Welfare funds has its offices
f1'""'" "f A?n5ic,an Jl',wfry aPd 'n Montgomery. Alabama and is
?. h m-?"' / SPPrt f.t" th5 r responsible for the community
&vJw?n Fu"dS fa"d, Planning programs of Jewish
For Victory program will be communities of Southeastern
mobilized on Sunday. May 17th States
when Jewish communities ]
throughout the nation will ob-
serve Palestine Flower Day. In
the metropolitan area and in
other communities the Day will
imax Palestine Flower Week j Pvt. Aaaron Goldenblank. son
which has been observed since of Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank
May 9th under the auspicies of 1923 S. W. 14th ter.. has been as-
ihe Fund. signed to the Fourth Division
The Day will be utilized for the finance office with headquarters
distribution, by a corp of Zionist al Camp Gordon, near Augusta,
volunteers, of "Flowers of Zion" Ga.
and of especially designed multi- Aaron resided in Miami for
olored 'flower'" receipts. These the Pst 25 years. He was gradu-
will be offered in acknowledg- alt'd from the old Central High
ment of contributions ranging be- school and the University of
iween 5c and $1.00 toward the Florida.
wartime task of the Palestine! He was inducted at Camp
Land Fund. More than 10.000 Blanding, Fla., last Oct. 6. and
nembers of youth organizations, was assigned to the cavalry at
before being
Gordon,
he was con-
MIAMI SOLDIER HAS BEEN
MOVED TO CAMP GORDON
f
RE-ELECT
CECIL (ZEKE) [0M1ELIUS
COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT NO. 2
PALM BEACH
For the Continued Development of Palm Beach County
Your Vote and Support Respectfully Solicited
Subject Democratic Primary, May 26th
(Paid Political Adv.)
students in the higher classes of Fort Riley. Kan., 1
Hebrew Schools and Religious transferred to Camp
schools^ as well as members of While in Miami 1..
nected with Southern Beverages.
adult Zionist units have volun-
teered their services for the street
collections and house to house
canvass.
Stockholm (WNS)British na-
val and land forces occupied the
M. B IEWISH CFNTFR hoi nc 5*nCh is'and of Madagascar at
m. a. JLW1S>H CENTER HOLDS the request of world Jewry the
DANCE. CARNIVAL MAY 24 Nazi radio station at Koenigsberg
reported this week. The Nazi
The annual dance and carni- announcer said that "Jewish
Mi-.nl"Ku '" uh6i au-sl""> Ol the eaders" had ordered Britain and
'is .ffi^'f >' W'sh C?nter and the Uniu'd Sla*<-'s to effect the
,u> Hall, 1828 Alton Road, n DZ ri broadcaster ex-
Sunday night, May 24th. The p,''",Hd lhat the Jews ordered
-----------.y ...... Liu) 1111. IDC ,1 ------- ^.o UlUl-IVU
organizations participating are move to forestall the Nazi
vwL7-!l'>- ce ,Sisrhood. the pi:m '" tampon all Jews in Na-
:Te Cenu, sf,^.'!'riU'aRUt' ??d f':"ccuPied ar>d dominated coun-
Uo SSbfio? the lESSS iMr "V" MadWar. The station
-an. announces^ Uns" wm'be" T T^ ^ U"ltid StateS in
he outstanding social event of ,'.} ',-' :,ltn"ueh the occupation
the Jewish community. Enter- T "' Fr,'nch island was effected
tainment, refreshments, carnival y B,"'tish forces only
leatures, and a Prmui-.ri... ,.._ :___
and a Popularity fnn
test Will be on thcP programme"
Music will be furnished by Bob
Leers Orchestra. Refreshments
PufuoVaThty f bj,ths wi" be
wlrrt?" .h e procwds will go to-
Con?5 r e construction of the
Sldlers.RCCrCatl0nal Hal1 f"r *e
_Buy War Savings Bonds
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
STEL.ING BUILDING
MIAMI BEACH
927 Lincoln Road
r or the Practice of
General Dentistry
The Dade Cou^tT""^
Bank is in urgent *Iood
blood donations9 ^ "fi <*
maintain sufficient rW,iu to
hand in event of em 8 ^
The procedure is fiR
requires no more than M
hour to complete A ,*"
blood test isPper,orAm
out charge which often *
vides valuable inform.,!1"0"
the blood donor ThU U t
For information call n,j.
County Blood Bank 0,3.08
Alexander Kushner. M n
Chairman Blood Bank Cr,m
mitteeB'Nai B'Bith
Buy War Savings Bonds-
THESE CONCERNS ARE
DOING ALL IN THEIR
POWER TO BRING YOU
THE THINGS YOU WANT
AND NEED AT FAB
PRICES.
Buy War Savings Bonds-
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mlDAY. MAY 15, 1942
+Jewisli rturldUan
PAGE SEVEN
POLITICAL BRIEFS
C. W. PETERS
C W Peters candidate for
legislature group 3 points out
hat he is an independent and
uncontrolled "Our very exist-
ence," says Mr. Peters "will de-
fend on frugality in all ways of
Kg none the less in State Ad-
ministration to the end that state
taxes may be reduced so that
the desperate needs of our armed
forces may be met. Six-lane high-
ways, not only needed for ade-
quate military roads but will
bring employment to labor and
millions of dollars into circula-
tion in this section. The import-
ance of the public health, also,
cannot be emphasized too much."
TROY C. DAVIS
Troy C Davis candidate for
the Board of Public Instruction,
district No. 2, in his platform
stated he stands for non-political,
honest, and efficient business ad-
ministration of the school sys-
tem; selection of teaching staff on
basis of character, ability, train-
ing, and experience, at best pos-
sible salaries; improvement of
playground around schools, with
a view to controlling the dust
situation and providing adequate
recreation facilities; securing
greatest possible value for every
tax dollar paid by the taxpayers
and expended by the school
board; expenditure in construc-
wnnnnnn0W seho0' b'ldings of
SAUuu.OOu now on hand for Dis-
trict No. 2 as approved in bond
election on April 22, 1941; pro-
viding heating facilities in
schools; continuation and expan-
sion of technical training, in co-
operation with and in further-
ance of the defense program, and
training physically handicapped
persons vocationally.
DEFEHREDMENTO
BE INDUCTED IF
T
REVISIONISTS
RETURNTOW.Z.O.
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Many Selective Service regis-
trants who have been deferred
from military service solely be-
cause they have dependents will
eventually be inducted unless
they become engaged in activi-
ties essential to the Nation's war
effort, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins,
State Director of Selective Ser-
vice, declared today.
"We are rapidly approaching
the stage where everyone must
be working or fighting to win
the war," the General asserted.
War requirementsthe demand
for manpower by essential in-
dustries as well as the armed
forceswill compel many local
boards within the next several
months to find selectees for their
quotas among registrants who
have dependents.
"Right now local boards are
reconsidering all registrants with
dependency deferments for two
major purposes. The first is to
eliminate from this class all men
who cannot prove their depend-
ents need their earned income
for support in a reasonable man-
ner and all who cannot prove
that they did not acquire de-
pendents to avoid military ser-
vices. The second purpose is to
distinguish between men who
have dependents but are not en-
gaged in activities aiding the Na-
tion's war effort and those who
are contributing for victory by
their work as civilians.
"By making this distinction be-
tween those engaged in essential
activities and those desired to
induce a voluntary movement of
the latter into essential activi-
ties and thus to release for mili-
tary service men without de-
pendents who must be deferred
as 'necessary men' until they can
be replaced at their work."
If you have money in the Post
Office or bank turn it into War
Bonds and Stamps.
Jerusalem (Palcor)The re-
turn of the Revisionists to the
fold of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, a proposal initiated
through an agreement entered
into locally between the South
African Zionist Federation and
the Revisionists of that country,
was the subject of a lengthy ses-
sion of the Smaller Actions Com-
mittee (General Council) held
here yesterday. Although the
general sentiment favored the
creation of conditions that would
enable the dissident group of
Zionists to return to the mother
organization, it was stated that
differences between Revisionists
themselves as to what constituted
the proper basis for a return were
delaying progress.
Isaac Gruenbaum, member of
the Zionist Executive, and form-
er Polish leader, dealt with the
question that had been raised at
last week's session of the Actions
Committee by Rabbi Meier Ber
lin. The latter had discussed
negotiations under way on the
proposal to ratify a preliminary
agreement reached by the South
African Zionist Organization and
the New (Revisionist) Zionist Or-
ganization there.
After reading the text of the
proposed agreement, Dr. Gruen-
baum dwelt on that section con-
cerning jurisdiction over politi-
cal affairs, organizational author-
ity and the shekel, smybol of
membership in the World Zion-
ist Organization. He gave parti-
culars of the point of view of the
Zionist Executive on these points
and said that that body could
not reach any decision for the
formulation of the political aims
of the Zionist movement under
the pressure of an agreement
with a body outside the Zionist
Organization. The Zionist Exe-
cutive, he insisted, must frame
Zionist demands on the basis of
its own free, thoroughgoing dis-
cussion in the light of the in-
terests of the nation and of the
movement.
As to changes suggested in the
use of the shekel, this basis for
the movement was solely under
the jurisdiction of the World
Zionist Congress and could not
be modified by the Executive
alone.
Dr. Gruenbaum also revealed
that the discussions of the Jer-
usalem Zionist Executive had
been communicated to the Lon-
don Zionist Executive as well
as to members of the Executive
in America. The reply of the
other groups had endorsed the
attitude of the Jerusalem Exe-
cutive on the various points, he
reported.
The differences of opinion that
have developed over the pro-
posed agreement are among the
Revisionists themselves, in Eng-
land and South Africa, Dr. Gruen-
baum emphasized, pointing out
that the Revisionist leader in
Palestine had even declared that
the New Zionist Organization
would never return to the World
Zionist Organization.
After the debate, in which
Rabbi Berlin, Rabbi J. L. Fish-
man, Joseph Suprasky, Solomon
Kaplansky, S. Zuchowitsky and
others participated, the Smaller
Actions Committee (consisting of
members resident in Palestine)
decided to empower the Zionist
Executive to reply to the South
African Zionist Federation on the
proposed agreement with the Re-
visionists in accordance with the
principles proposed on behalf of
the Executive by Dr. Gruenbaum
and clarified in the course, of the
discussion. It was further agreed
that the detailed agreement would
be discussed again at a later date.
After a brief interval, the ses-
sion resumed in the evening,
when Moshe Shertok, political
head of the Jewish Agency Ex-
cutive, reported a plan for the
total mobilization of the Yishuv
in the event of stringent war
conditions which was unanimous-
ly adopted after an exchange of
views.
Mr. Zalman Rubashov, who
presided at the sessions, paid tri-
bute from the chair to Rabbi
Heinrich Brody at the opening
in the morning. The assembly
stood in homage to the distin-
guished Jewish scholar who had
died the previous day.
ZIONIST ORDER
suns INCREASE
OVER LAST YEAR
Washington, D. CIn the
seven months' period since Oc-
tober 1, 1941, which marked the
beginning of the Zionist fiscal
year, more than 36,000 members
were enrolled and re-enrolled by
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, surpassing its membership
for the corresponding period of
the preceding year, according to
figures made public here by Mr.
Simon Shetzer, Executive Direc-
tor of the organization.
The increase in Zionist mem-
bership is considered of special
significance this year since Amer-
ica's entry into the war, as it
indicates a growing realization
on the part of American Jews of
the importance to strengthen the
Zionist Organization numerically
as a means of ensuring the re-
storation of Palestine as a Jew-
ish Homeland after the war. The
increase is also considered grati-
fying in the light of the enlist-
ment of many hundreds of Zion-
ist members in the United States
armed forces.
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ON NATIONAL COMMITTEE
Word has been received this
week that Morris Klass, the Di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, is one of nine
Jewish Social Workers in the
United States nominated for the
Executive Committee of the Na-
tional Conference of Jewish So-
cial Welfare. The Conference
this year will be held in Ro-
chester, New York, June 6th to
June 9th and will consider the
war-time programs of Jewish
agencies engaged in social work.
From this area Mrs. Sadye Rose
and Morris Klass plan to attend.
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County, Pa., engaged in their daily routine.
(Left) Dr. Harold B. Allen, center, President of
the School look* on aa a student work* at the
forge, repairing farm machinery; (upper right)
newly hatched chicka are sorted for six* and
color after coming out of the Farm School'*
17,000 egg incubator; (lower right) plowing
of the Farm School's many field*.
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*Je*isMcridiati
FRIDAY, MAY 15,
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
L
Boxemsn
with stops at intermediary points.
Mrs. William M. Bernstein has
been available on call for all
types of office assignments, from
the routine to the exacting. Dur-,
ing the past week she wielded
the paste pot and the scissors.
CONGREGATION
BETH DAVID
Help Wanted
A talk with workers at the re-
creational centers maintained for
the boys in service indicates that
there is a crying need for books.
The campaign for books, which
was both a national and a local
enterprise, hasn"t been productive
of the right kind of printed mat-
ter.
Most of all. the boys in uni-
form on the Beach, want books
on technical subjectsalgebra,
geometry, chemistry, etc.
Thanks!
"Or Else"
We hear that the Beach hotel
which desecrated the memory of
the "Father of Our Country
with an obnoxious sign, finally
has removed it Not. however,
through any eagerness on the
part of the owner, who claimed
that it was purely a matter of
business to discriminate The
elimination of the badge of shame
in a democracy was entirely in-
voluntary ... It is reported that
the army, which occupies hotels
in the immediate neighborhood,
told him to "remove itor else".
Strong language is the only kind
that some humans understand.
Like Father, Like Son!
Many old proverbs that have
passed from mouth to mouth for
centuries, do not necessarily have
a grain of truth Take, for ex-
ample, the proverb. "Like father,
like son" How many times
the son in no way resembles the
parent!
But if you pick up the Miami
News any day in the week and
turn to the editorial page, you'll
find proof that the saying some-
times does hold true Turn to
the column "Trend of the Times"
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
Dolores Taylor, Mildred
A re-
el in the
doing" her bit toward getting val- mon gdlU'lBS,-
LST int ShaPe SSfiSll be tcnderec
auditorium immediately alter
the exercises. One of the high-
lights of the program will be trie
presentation of an appropriate
small Safer Torah to the Junior
Congregation by Sidney H. Palm-
er president of the Congregation.
Doors will close promptly at
These are important supplements
to the formal courses they get. I by Walter Locke, which is al-
Do you have an old textbook or ways as refreshing as the ocean
two in your attic or on your
bokshelf? Rather than let
them gather dust, why not turn
them into useful channels Spend
a few minutes and round the
books up. then give us a ring and
we'll be glad to tell you where to
place them.
Orchids
The efforts of those who vol-
unteer their services for com-
munity service too frequently are
not duly appreciated For that
reason, from time to time we
make special mention of those
whose assistance, freely given
without thought of compensation,
increases the amount of good the
ADL can accomplish.
Our orchids of the week go to
two loyal workers, one new, one
old Aaron Edelman. a new-
comer in B'nai B'rith ranks, is a
one-man volunteer corps all by
himself Despite the gasoline
rationing, he covered one as-
signment which last week took
him from the pier at South Beach
to the naval station at Opa Locka
breeze Then take a gander at
the editorial columns which issue
from the pen of Francis P. Locke,
his son.
The liberalism of the son,
Francis P., and that of the father,
Walter, are such that automatic-
ally one thinks or says, "Like
father, like son" We've
scanned many an editorial page
in the course of our career .
We have yet to see one with a
father-son combination so con-
sistently aligned on the right side
of all social issues.
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The installation luncheon of
Beth David Sisterhood will be
held Tuesday afternoon, May 19
at 12:15 p. m. at Beth David au-
ditorium. Mrs. Jack August, gen-
eral chairman, wishes to announce
that all final plans have been
made. All reservations must be
in no later than Sunday morning.
The ladies to be inducted into
office are: President, Mrs. Harry
Oliphant; first vice president,
Mrs. Jack August: second vice
president, Mrs. Hyman Sootin;
third vice president, Mrs. Samuel
Dickson; treasurer. Mrs. George
Goldberg; financial secretary,
Mrs. Norman Jacobs; recording
secretary, Mrs. Dave Washer;
corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Elix Hinkes; sergeant-at-arms,
Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor. Mrs.
Edward Friedman. One year
trustees, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs.
J. M. Fine and Mrs. Max Hal-
pern; two years. Mrs. S. M. Good-
man, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin and
Mrs. Harry Rabe; three years,
Mrs. Isadore Fine, Mrs. Isador
Langner, and Mrs. Sam Weissel.
A very fine program has been
arranged for the occasion. Mrs.
Jennie Rotfort will serve as in-
stalling officer, and Mrs. Stanley
C. Myers as toastmistress.
Yahrzeiten
The following Yahrzeiten whose
names are inscribed in the Book
of Life, will be observed this
month of Sivan. The anniver-
sary candle is lit the evening be-
fore the English date mentioned,
and the Kaddisch begins the
same evening, until sunset of the
day mentioned.
Sorah, mother of Walter Co-
hen, May 17; Chaya Sora, mother
of Chas. Walder, May 18; Chaim
Efraim, son of Irvin Siegel. May
19; Rive Bishe, mother of Mrs.
L. Siegel, May 20; Yaakov Moshe,
father of Rose Goldstein, May 21,
Shlomma, husband of Rose Mel-
inson. May 22; Chanah, in mem-
ory of Anna B. Greenberg, May
22; Yaakov, husband of Mrs. J.
Silberstein. May 24; Chonah,
father of Mrs. J. Margulies. May
25; Ahron Dovid, father of Mrs.
H. Ray vis. May 27; Yosef, father
of Jack and Gerson August. May
28; Channa, mother of Jack Grop-
per, May 30; Efraim, father of
Mrs. M. Kaler. May 31; Ahron,
father of Mrs. W. Blutstein. June I
2; Shnear Zalmen, father of Har- j
ry Rubenstein. June 3; Sholem,
father of Mrs. Chas. Marks. June
4: Deborah, mother of Mrs. M. E.
Singer. June 7; Eliyohum Getzel.
father of Chas. Goldstein. June 7; i
Shloma. father of Mr. J. B. Mar-
golis. June 8; Elka. husband of
Mrs. A. Miller. June 8; Yisroel. |
father of Mrs. David Hillman, ,
June 11: Feiga. mother of Mrs.
M. E. Singer. June 14; Velvel, i
husband of Mrs. W. Blutstein,
June 15: Saul, father of Mrs. H.
Lang, June 15.
STRICTLY
L
Tidbits a-oin Everywhere
by PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUE* FROM PAGE 4)
So when you come across a
story by one Roy Lopez, read it
carefullyfor Lopez is the sec-
ond-generation Cohen Con-
gratulations to Sylvia Brody,
Junior Hadassah president, on
her engagement to Joseph M.
Landow of Brooklyn The
next super-spectacle that pro-
ducer Billy Rose will put on for
the people of New York will
probably be a huge Civilian De-
fense show Incidentally,
Billy sent a generous contribu-
tion to the Committee for a Jew-
ish Army When Random
House publishes the collected
plays of George S. Kaufman and
Moss Hart the biographical
sketches of the authors will
prove a point of local interest .
For the life story of Hart is being
written up by Kaufman, and vice
versa It'll be John Garfield,
they now say, who will portray
George Gershwin in the forth-
coming biographical picture on
the blues composer Among
the scholars who have been
studying mathematical problems
in defense industries, particular-
ly aviation, at Brown University
this year are Richard von Mises,
former director of the Institute
for Applied Mathematics at the
University of Berlin, Willy Fel-
ler, formerly of the University of
Kiel, and Stefan Bergman, for-
merly of the University of Ber-
lin Institute, we learn from the
latest issue of Scripta Matw
tica, Yeshiva College's di?-
guished quarterly Neerii
add, if the work of' K**
gee scientists help us beat Z
Axis more quickly, that'll be J
poetic justice mV
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J> PAGE TWO 9>Jelstfk>rkik*n FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1 942 Social Personals Clubs Organizations PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder left Tuesday for the north. • • • Mr. Al Berkowitz returned to the city from a pleasure trip to Gainesville and Jacksonville. • • • Mrs. G. Stern of Columbia. S. C. is visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Friedman. • • • Mrs. Esther Seitlin, wife of the late Mr. Louis Seitlin, will hold a house wanning and mortgage buring partv Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at 4029 N. W. 12th St. • • • Mrs. Louis Malamud of Pitts| burg. Pa. is visiting here for two weeks with her sister and brotherin-law. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Palmer. Enroute she visited, relatives in Atlanta. Ga. and Columbia, S. C. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Manheimer, winter visitors of Coral Gables, left Thursday to visit their son. Dr. Stephen Manheimcr, director of Mount Sinai Hospital, in Chicago. • • • Irving Rotfort who has been stationed with the Air Force in Pensacola has been transferred to Officers Training School in Miami Beach. Upon completion of the course he will receive his commission. Mrs. Louis Kotkin returned to the city after visiting in Jacksonville with friends and relatives. While there she saw her brother, Private Carl Rothstein, who is stationed with the Signal Corp in Camp Blanding. ENGAGED Announcement is being made of the engagement of Miss Ada Rick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rick, to Ben Cohen, son of Mr. Harry Cohen, formerly of Chicago. Mr. Cohen is connected with Manhattan Distributors. No date for the wedding has been set. ORGANIZATIONS Pkolo hy Hi-Tone Judge James Dunn, city commissioner and principal speaker of the Y.M.H.A. annual Mother's Day program held last week before a capacity audience is shown congratulating Mrs. Ben Serkin who has three sons in the service. Also pictured are other mothers with sons in the armed forces who were honored that evening. ORGANIZATIONS At the final business meeting' president; Mrs. Sam Silver, disCantor Maurice Mamches will be featured in an End of Season concert which will be given Sunday evening, May 24th at 8 o'clock at the Beth Jacob Congregation. Miami Beach. Eleanor Clarke Linton will be the accomof the season on Monday, Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah unanimously elected the slate of officers submitted by the nominating committee. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will serve a second term as president, and Mrs. Samuel Simonhoff was again designated honorary president. The other other officers are: vice-presidents: Mrs. Harry Platoff, Mrs. A Service Men's Dance will be given Saturday night at the Lyceum, 25 Washington Ave. and every Saturday with Ruth O. Brotman as hostess. • • • A musical program for Service Men has been arranged by Ruth Brotman for Sunday at 8 P. M. at the U.S.O. Hall in Miami. Artists participating will be Edith Freeman, Chas. Feldman, Private Bela Urbanowsky, Corp. Noble Barbee. Ruth Brotman, Beatrice Weinstein and Mr. Gardner. • • • Mrs. Clarence Cohen, president of the Miami Save a Life League, has appointed Mrs. M. Rubin as membership chairman and the and assisting cantors will compose the program. • • • The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah will hold a benefit theatre party Monday, May 18 at the Lincoln Theatre. Miss Charlotte Bee and Anne Rubin are in charge. • • • The Business and Professional Group of Hadassah elected the following officers tor the coming year: President, Janet Levine; vice president, Charlottee Bee; treasurer. Polly Gershon; recording secretary, Anne Rubin: corresponding secretary, Edna Adler and social secretary, Ida Schwartz. • • • The Pioneer Women's Organization for Palestine. Hanita Club, held a very interesting Oneg Shabot at the home of Mrs. Herman Mankes last Saturday afternoon. The group was well represented. Mrs. Moses Krieger gave an inspiring talk and Mrs. Gertrude Faber entertained with following to positions as trustees, | songs in Jewish and English. A Mesdames Rebecca Rothman. M. | resolution was unanimously S. Rubin, John Meyers, Sara ( a dopted to help Miami Beach Mintzes and Rose Toplin. Plans | Recreation Pier Assn. in every have been completed for a card, | way possible for the entertainmaj jongg and bingo party to be ment of the service men. This held June 1st at the Elks Lodge, work is an additional pledge to 720 West Ave. the regular efforts in Palestine. panist. Joyce Bruckner, dramatist, Joseph Rambam. Mrs. Rudolph Rothschild; corresponding secretary: Mrs. Louis Rifas; recording trict secretary; Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, representative to the National Supreme Council, with Mrs. E. Albert Pallot as alternate, were appointed. • • • Miami Section, National Council of Jewish Women will install its new officers for the coming year at a Victory Installation Tea to be held Monday, May 18, 2 P. M., in Council House. 1427 N. E. Bayshore Place. Purchase of a War Savings Stamp will be the admission charge. Mrs. Monte Selig will be installed as president for her second term. Other officers to be installed are Mrs. Jack Cohen, first vice-president; Mrs. Stanley C. Myers, second vice-president; Mrs. Nat Williams, third vice-president; Mrs. Ada Joseph, treasurer; Mrs. Aaron Farr, recording secretary; Mrs. Arthur B. Rabe, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Charles Bus. hell, financial secretaryEthel Rothlein, auditor. year board members to h stalled include Mrs. David Cats man, Mrs. Max Dreyer Mrs" Samuel Rost. Mrs. D. J ADIP' Mrs. Harold Rand, and Mrs w ing Kobley will fill one' vacancies on the board rectors. Mrs. Three year of di• • • The Yeshiva Educational Center, 846 Michigan Avenue, Miami Beach, announce a Siyom Hatorah Dedication, Sunday, May 7th at 8 P. M; The Yeshiva is a newly organized institution at the beach and has as its officers William Weinberger, presidentSherry Goldberg, vice president 1 Milton R. Wasman, secretaryDavid Winetz, treasurer; Abraham Goldsmith, financial secretary and directors, Benjamin Appel, William Clcin, Isadore Keil, D. Rosner, A. Schulman. A. Wechsberger, Max Friedman, David Singer and Aaron Marmorstein. A hebrew school is conducted as one of its activities. • • • The Lear School will hold its annual Commencement Exercises Wednesday, May 27th at 7:45 P. M. at 1010 West Avenue, Miami Beach. An original patriotic play entitled. "Let Us Rejoice," written by Mrs. Winifred Kent and Mr. Dann Morley, members of the faculty, will be presented by the students. The exercises are open to the public. The College preparatory graduates are: Miss Louise Gerstley of Philadelphia, Miss Bebe Goldman of Miami Beach, and the Misses Leona Jacobson and Charlotte Rifkin of New York. The High School preparatory graduates are: Misses Faye Beth Schwartz and Dianne Porvin of Detroit, Misses Sybil Kraus, Joan Shaw and Renee Goldman of New York, Mr. Howard Greenfeld of New Rochelle, and Mr. Jay Fried of Pittsburg. NAZIS ERECT GALLOWS IN POLISH CITIES AS WARNING Zurich (WNS)—Nazi authorit. ies in occupied Poland have erected gallows in the center of 18 cities in Polish Silesia as a warning to Poles and Jews to desist from anti-Nazi activities, it was reported here. A proclamation was issued warning Jews and Poles that persons found guilty of anti-Nazi activities would be immediately hung. —Buy War Savings Bonds • s 'THE BEST FOREIGN FILM OF THE YEAR" Says N. Y. World Telegram "A COMPELLING DRAMA" Says N. Y. Daily News %  1 GIRL room mm HEROIC DRAMA ACTUALLY FILMED ON THE MANNERHEIM LINE —ENGLISH TITLES— Sun. & Mon. May 17-It STATE E. Fl.gler at 1st Tue. & Wed., May 19-20 TOWER S. W. 8th St. at 15th MRS. MILTON SIRK IN secretary: Mrs. Edward Lovitzfinancial secretary: Mrs. Louis Hyman: treasurer: Mrs. Morris Plant. Officers will be formally installed at the first meeting in the Fall. Mrs. Sirkin announced that quotas assigned the local chapter by National Hadassah for its War Emergency Program have been met, and that activities will continue during the summer in the form of neighborhood groups. l Thc V adies Auxiliary of The Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation will close the season's fe e o i^ e 7 almud Torah and bunday School with a party to be held at the Talmud Torah Building, 1545 S. W. 3rd St., Sunday, May 17 at 10 A.M. Games served* P W a, ? d refr "hmenU served. Mrs. Ida Buckstein president and Mrs. William Cle n SSneSaS*" 1 *' %  addr & • • • T 7 16 S 6 *^ meeting of the \£& Au £ iliar y of B'nai B'rith tic h f ld .T Ue ^ da y evening. DeleMrt "US Dte rict ConventionMrs. Jennie Rotfort, district a '.< THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn IUBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI A duty every man owes himself and hit family is that of providing a final resting place. It is only wise and prudent that the selection of a cemetery lot should be made in "advance of need." The selection of a cemetery lot does not bring its use any nearer, but it does dispose of a duty with comfort and due deliberaton. Mount Nebo has a definite assured capital structure wth no outstanding debts and is not subject to the whims and caprices of an annually elected group of officers who know nothing of proper cemetery managing and have no personal or financial responsibility to you. Maybe you feel that you have already provided adequate burial protection for your family—by paying dues to some organization which offers burial space. But such organizations usually scatter families in different cemeteries instead of keeping them together in one place. Visit any cemetery and you will see pathetic lights. Famines completely torn apart, scattered among atrangors, lack of upkeep—all because the head of the family THOUGHT he had provided properly. No matter how long you have been a member of •" Id in dues directly _jn prevent your loved ones from being scattered. „ r „. m "" er bow long you have been a membe organization—no matter how much you have paid f7„_ ,? uld •V" be w er to get a family plot 'rom Mount Nebo. This is a sure way you can Perpetual Care Title Insurance Lots may be purchased on convenient terms m. m BusineM Oific. 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU



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FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1942 B'NAI B'RITH NOTES By AL GREEN MAX R. SILVER Guest Columnist gholem Lodge should take pride in the splendid publicity it has been receiving as a result of its efforts in taking the lead in activities of the Jewish organizations in this community. Many people have commented favorably on our many recent activities but we are especially proud of the publicity given by the local newspaper commentators following the Mother's Day program which was sponsored by Sholein Lodge together with other local Jewish organizations. Many inches of column were devoted to the program by Jack Bell and other writers. Each Lodge member should be happy to see that B'nai B'rith is receiving close cooperation in this community. This is the spirit which will give us a stronger united front. Your columnist would like to call tn the attention of those who participate in the business of our Lodge's meetings, that there was much unfavorable comment after the last meeting. The lengthy reports which, although the result of much work and time on the part of those preparing them, caused the membership to become quite restless and uneasy. May I point out that many of the Brothers attend Lodge meetings to seek fraternal stimulation knowing they are part and parcel of a live, wide-awake organization. Long drawn out reports should be replaced with concise resumes accomplishing the same results. We look forward to the fastmoving, old-time Sholem Lodge meetings. *Jewist Meridian CONSERVATIVE E PAGE THREE The A. Z. A. MEETING HOLDS REGULAR TUESDAY NIGHT Miami Chapter of A.Z.A. held their regular weekly meeting at the YM.H.A. Tuesday night. At present, the Chapter is discussing plans for the annual state convention to be held this year jointly by the Miami Chapter and the Royal Palm Chapter of Miami Beach. The convention, scheduled for Labor Day and the Sunday preceding it, is expected to draw more than 100 members from all parts of the state. PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL HAS 24-HOUR AMBULANCE .u Th £ f rst of tne ambulances of the Palmer Funeral Chapel will oe placed in service the beginning of this week, Sidney H. Palmer oi the Chapel announced. The delay ln the establishment of the hour ambulance service was oue to present war conditions, wsumed and equipped to fully ih r. a J iy casc and emergency uTui V adlllac ambulance service *III be pn call to any part of Greater Miami on a 24 hour t nn''w Th cna P el is located 9 2664 Flagler Strect phone fonnal announcement of organization of a conservative synagogue to serve the interest of the residents of North Beach centering around 41st Street area was made this week. In the process of formation since the early part of last season the group of organizers held services in the homes of various members throughout the winter. A year round schedule of activities is planned by the Beth Sholem Center, name of the new institution. Passover services were held at the home of Mr. Louis Nauhaus, 4469 Post Ave., one of the organizers who together with Max Ordover. Benjamin Appel and Julius W. Goldsmith composed those active in the formation. At present busy in completing plans for the promulgation of the institution are Dr. Max Ellis, a resident of Miami Beach for the past four years and active during his residence here in civic problems of that city and Mrs. Anna Brenner Myers, a long time resident and also active in communal affairs. The members meet every Thursday at different homes until the erection of a center plans for which are indefinite at this time due to present conditions. The next meeting will be held Tuesday. May 19th at the home of Dr. Max Ellis, 980 West 48th St., because of the holidays. Shovuoth services will be held Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. Samuel Appel, 4491 Royal Palm Ave. and a memorial service will be observed. Regular Saturday Service will also be conducted weekly at the same place. Temporary officers are Dr. Max Ellis, chairman; Bernard Ordover, vice chairman; Isador Perse, treasurer. Other active members include Samuel Dubin, Jacob Cohn. David Moscovitz, Herman Basch, David Lerhman, Harry Klausner. Sam Lobel, Jacob Slaff. David Roth, Abraham Zinnamon'. Isaac Rabinovitz, Julius W. Goldsmith. Benjamin Appel, Raymond Rubin. Gus Trau, Samuey Appel. Morris Perel and Louis Nauhaus. "The Beth Sholem Center has been organized only for the purpose of serving the needs of the residents of the North Beach area and looks forward to cooperating with the existing religious institutions in bettering the social and religious structure of our community," Dr. Ellis stated. OF MAJOR STONE IIT Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman to whom will be tendered a birthday reception Friday evening, May 15, following services at Temple Israel. At the annual meeting of the members of the Temple Rabbi Zwitman was again selected to serve as spiritual leader. Officers of Temple Israel, Miami's Reform Congregation, for the ensuing year were also elected and include Dr. Frank Coret. president; Leonard Epstein, vice president; Harold B. Spact. secretary; Max Orovitz, financial secretary; Harry Nevins, treasurer. Directors: Mrs. Morris Plant, Dr. Philip Weinstein. Sam Zinkow, Louis J. Hamel. Monte Selig and Harry Boyell. JEWISH VETERANS HOLD SERVICES IN NEW YORK CITY The National Executive of the Pioneer Women's Organization and its clubs throughout the United States will be represented at the Emergency War Session of the American Jewish Congress to be held in Chicago on May 16th. 17th and 18th. A special call has been sent out by the National Secretariat, Sara Feder and Dvora Rothbard, to the clubs throughout the coluntry to participate actively in all preparations together with the other affiliated organizations of the Congress. The Jewish War Veterans of the United States today announced that Senator Scott W. Lucas, Democrat, of Illinois, will appear as the principal speaker at the Forty-seventh Annual Memoral Services to be held at 11 A.M. on May 17th. 1942, at Temple Emanuel. Fifth Avenue and Sixty-fifth Street, New York City. As usual, the services will be preceded by a parade of 10.000 members of the Jewish War Veterans. Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Disabled War Veterans, and many other patriotic organizations. Since the Memorical Services coincides this year with "I Am An American" Day, the keynote will be the contribution of Jews, as Americans, to the progress of America. In the presence of a group of intimate friends and Jewish community leaders, at a dinner at the Alcazar roof tendered last Thursday in his honor, Major Elry Stone charged the Jewish community with responsibility for continuing the work of civic and religious Jewish organizations. "I remember" said Major Stone who had served his country in World War I, "that during' the last war the Y.M.H.A.'s the Synagogues and Temples all suffered because of the shortsightedness of the men and women who remained at home. This must not happen now nor here. The Jewish community must make greater efforts at present to support the Federation, the places of worship and social organizations." The dinner was presided over by Rabbi Colman Zwitman who acted as toastmaster and who expertly and beautifully conducted the testimonal occasion. Among the speaker who presented brief messages were Mr. Benjamin Bronston, Mr. Morris Klass. Mr. Wm. Boxerman, Rabbi Jacob H. Kaplan, Mr. Burnett Roth. Mr. E. Al. Pallot. Mr. Stanley C. Meyers, Mr. Troy Davis, law associate of Mr. Stone. Mr. Isaac Levin, Mr. J. Gerald Lewis and Mr. Isaac Levin. Dr. Frank Coret presented the testimonial gift and a playlet written by Rabbi Zwitman on "The Life and Love of Erly Stone" was presented by Stanley C. Meyers, Isaac Levin, Burnett Roth and E. Albert Pallot. announcing the formal opening PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL A Most Modern Institution, dedicated to a finer more dignified sympathetic and personal service. Ri-form—Conservative and truly Orthodox Kites and Rituals Strictly OliBerved Serving Miami Beach and Miami PALMER FUNERAL CHAPEL 2008 WEST FLAGLER ST. PHONE—9-2664 24-Hour Ambulance Serice FLORIDA MATRIMONIAL Service Strictly Confidential For Appointment Call 2-0828 INFORMATION WANTED Information is being sought of Louis Polofsky who disappeared' from his home in Brooklyn in' July 1940, leaving his family unprovided for and since then has! made no effort to contribute to their support, as a result of which they are in great need and der | pendent on the charities. Mr\ | Polofsky, who is in the fruit buisness, is 57 years of age, 5 ft. 6 in. tall, weighs 130 pounds, has dark hair and dark eyes. He is presently believed to be in Miami, Florida. 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# 'Jewish Flloiridliiai Hi Coamas. The Jewtslh HJmBlty 3& QJUXTOJ^VOJ^MJ^ H ICTORY VOLUME 15—No. 20 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS 10 BE OBSERVED Plans for "I Am An American" day ceremony to be celebrated by a parade and Bayfront Park program Monday, May 18th, are going forward according to schedule, from reports received from former governor Dave Sholtz, general chairman of the Harvey Seeds Post American Legion sponsored program. Governor Sholtz is in Washington to procure the services of a nationally-known speaker. Jim Barney, past commander of the Post, who is co-chairman and parade grand marshal!, promises a gala parade. Joe Mason, recreation director for the city of Miami, has arranged for a chorus of 150 voices to participate in the Bayfront Park celebration. "This year more than in the past the pride and honor of saying 'I Am An American' merits a grand celebration," Sholtz said. During the ceremonies of naturalization in the Federal court this week Judge Holland urged all the new Americans to attend the "I Am An American" day celebration. DEMAND JEWISH CHILDREN BARRED FROM FOOD LINES Stockholm (WNS)—The proNazi press in Greece launched a violent anti Jewish campaign this week, blaming the Jews for acute food shortage now prevalent throughout Nazi occupied Greece. The Jews were blamed also for the typhus and other epidemics now taking a heavy toll in that occupied territory. The Nazi newspaper "Acropolis" demanded that Jewish children be barred henceforth from the public food canteens. At the present time Jewish youngsters along with the other children receive one meal daily at the municipal soup kitchens. JEWISH SCIENTIST LEAGUE PROTESTS F E II RESTORE LIFE Moscow (WNS)—For her discovery of a substance which will bring back to life, within a few minutes of its injection, persons killed by shock, the Soviet government awarded the gold medal to Lena Stern, Jewish scientist and member of the Moscow Academy of Science. The discovery was widely acclaimed by Moscow doctors as the "Elixer of Life" since tetanus and shock have always been two of the most feared death-carriers on the battlefield. Shock occurs, usually, in cases of severe contusions and burns. In her experiments, the scientist discovered that one substance may have differing eftects on the organism depending on th e direction of the injection. "injected directly into the brain, 'he substance may have an excitatory effect, while if it reaches ">e general circulation system it M haVe a de P ressin 8 effect. Miss Stern used here own dog %  an experiment following the 'ines of her discovery. Injecting %  dose of tetanus bacilli into the og, she used precise measuring instruments to prove that the iood pressure had fallen beyond Z '' m "f life. The symptoms tn ,i. 8 l xn ''ted were similar Ster i. k '" ed by shock Miss n then injected anti-tetanus thpT direct 'y 'Mo the brain of a]1 e log and within a few minutes FOR COUUITE New York (WNS)—Revealing that an active commission in the United States Army was granted to Bernard T. D'Arcy, New York representative of Father Charles E. Coughlin and former New York head of sales and distribution of "Social Justice," recently banned as seditious, the NonSectarian Anti-Nazi League this week lodged a protest with Secretary of War, Henry L. Stimson. The League disclosed that D'Arcy, whose law office in New York formerly served as a distributing center for "Social Justice," has been connected with many subversive groups. The Coughlin representative took up his army duties this week with the Engineers' Procurement Division at 120 Wall Street, New York. The protest which was wired to Secretary Stimson pointed out that "to place such a person in the responsible procurement division with authority to exercise U. S. Army buying power, is doubly dangerous. The AntiNazi League, representing over 2,000 affiliated organizations with a membership of several million Americans, is gravely disturbed by the apparent omission of any adequate investigation of persons prior to issuance of officers' commissions, to determine their reliability and devotion to American traditions and standards, and their loyalty to the policies of our country." LA! LEADERS OF EDUCATION TO BE The American Association for Jewish Education, the national organization of lay leaders in Jewish education, will hold its third annual meeting in BaltiDr. Abram L. Sachar more on Saturday night and Sunday, May 16 and 17. Dr. Abram L. Sachar, national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation and author of a "History of the Jews" and "Sufferance is the Badge," will deliver the keynote address on Saturday night at the Lord Baltimore Hotel. The theme of his address is 'Jewish Education in the World Struggle for Survival." The conference which will continue with a rich and varied program of addresses and discussion throughout Sunday, May 7th, will bring together some of the outstanding lay leaders in Jewish educational endeavor throughout the country. BELGIAN PREMIER ASSURES JEWS OF POST-WAR RIGHTS London (WNS)—Premier Hubert Pierlot of the exiled Belgian government extended assurances this week that Jews will enjoy complete equality in post war Belgium, in a special message sent to the "Jewish Bulletin," official organ of the Chief Rabbinate in England. The exiled Belgian premier stressed that there will be no distinctions between Jews and non-Jews once the United Nations have destroyed Nazism. He added that an Allied victory will mean the liberation of all victims of Hitlerism, regardless of race or creed. EFFECTIVENESS OF DUE TO PLANNING MIAMI YOUNG MAN GETS WEST POINT APPOINTMENT s 'gns of shock disappeared consciousr & exhibited gj exhibited no after effects seemed W ell. T he same set Z hen '"lected into the gen her C K U atory s y stem Produce! ner than alleviates shock. A Miamian, Philip B. Polak, son of Sol P. Polak, a piano instructor and residing at 1642 N. E. Miami Place, was appointed to West Point according to information received here this week. Nineteen years old, Philip was one of 15 selected to take examinations to qualify for the appointment. A trumpet player, he enlisted in the Army Air Corps a year ago and was stationed with the U. S. Air Force School Squad, Cralg Field, Alabama. A graduate of the Brooklyn Technical School, he will enter the Academy July 1st and will graduate upon completion of the course with a BS degree and a commission in the armed forces. "The effectiveness of a carefully planned blackout system during an air raid depends upon the knowledge and the co-operative spirit of the people at large. Civilian defense agencies are responsible for the proper education of the people as to the reason for and the methods of producing successful blackouts," declares L. Earl Curry, chief air raid warden of Dade County Defense Council, who urges the people to become acquainted with their air raid warden and cooperate with him in every respect. "All concerned must realize," Mr. Curry continued, "that planning and advance preparation contribute most to the effectiveness of a blackout. This advance planning requires long, painstaking effort. Too often these efforts may appear to some to be expended on relatively unimportant details, but It must be remembered that little or nothing can be done to increase the effectiveness of a blackout while a raid is in progress. It is too llate then to prepare. "It is only inherent strength of character which enables the people to survive air raids. The knowledge that everything that can be done has been done, will enable them to stand by each other and care for themselves. "An air raid warden is a responsible and reliable member of the public who will advise and assist his fellow citizens in the sector to which he is assigned, in all the possible means of protecHouse, 1427 N. Bayshore Place, "on from aerial attack; he will for the purpose of receiving re !" n be ween th f m and ports from the steering committhe authorities for reporting air TD CUARDISTSASKTO B E COMPENSATED FOR POGROM ACTS Geneva (WNS)—A delegation of the violently anti-Semitic Iron Guardists approached Premier Ion Antonescu of Rumania with a request for compensation for the bloody anti-Jewish pogroms last year in which thousands of Rumanian Jews were mercilessly butchered, according to information received here. The Iron Guards, patterned after the Nazi Brown Shirts, demanded that they be given onehalf of the property and wealth confiscated from Rumanian Jews by the Antonescu government. The request was turned down, the reports said, on the ground that all property confiscated from the Jews became the property of the State. Under the guise of a rebellion against the Antonescu regime, the Iron Guards unleashed a threeday nation-wide pogrom last year in which entire Jewish communities were wiped out. It was estimated that more than 15,000 Jews lost their lives in the blood bath. ELECT The Greater Miami Army and Navy Committee now in process of formation for the purpose of coordinating activities for the men in the armed forces, will hold a special meeting Sunday morning, May 17, at the Council tee. This committee will also present nominations for officers and members of the committee and will transact other pertinent business. Last Tuesday Nathaniel Nason, regional supervisor of J. W. B.U. S. O. of Atlanta, was the guest of the steering committee of the Army and Navy Committee at a luncheon at the Palatial Restaurant. He informed the gathering that it is planned to send a permanent J. W. B.-U. S. O. worker to this area within the next few weeks. You don't need a ration card to buy U. S. War Bonds. raid damage and calling for assistance when required. The people should observe his instructions to the letter. They should remember that there is but one object in a blackout, and that is their, the peoples, protection. Their cooperation is necessary, therefore, if the blackout is to operate efficiently. The whole idea is to deprive the enemy airmen of all possible reference points which might aid them in making attacks." Have you bought your Defense Bonds yet? Buy War Bonds and Stamps REFUCEESFROMS. S.SAN THOME Havana (WNS) — The Cuban Government this week permitted about 200 refugees, who arrived here ten days ago aboard the Portuguese steamer S.S. San Thome and had been confined since to their ship, to disembark despite a recent immigration law barring aliens of enemy countries. The refugees were permitted to land after representations had been made on their behalf by the American Joint Distribution Committee, the Joint Relief Committee of Havana and American and British diplomatic representatives here. While the San Thome was en route, Cuba adopted an immigration law banning natives or citizens of enemy or enemy-occupied countries and automatically invalidating all Cuban visas held by refugees in these categories. When the refugee ship arrived here, Cuban immigration authorities informed the refugees that their Cuban visas were no longer valid. ITALY MOBILIZES JEWS FROM 18 TO 55 FOR FORCED LABOR Berne (WNS) — The Fascist Government of Italy has issued a decree calling for the mobilization of all Jews in Italy between the ages of 18 and 55, it was reliably reported here. The Jews will be assigned to compulsory labor gangs for work in various parts of the country. Severe penalties have been provided for Jews who fail to register under the new decree. Jews who refuse to do the task given to them by Fascist authorities will be tried by a military tribunal.



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J* PAGE EIGHT *Je*isMcridiati FRIDAY, MAY 15, FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William L Boxemsn with stops at intermediary points. Mrs. William M. Bernstein has been available on call for all types of office assignments, from the routine to the exacting. Dur-, ing the past week she wielded the paste pot and the scissors. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID Help Wanted A talk with workers at the recreational centers maintained for the boys in service indicates that there is a crying need for books. The campaign for books, which was both a national and a local enterprise, hasn"t been productive of the right kind of printed matter. Most of all. the boys in uniform on the Beach, want books on technical subjects—algebra, geometry, chemistry, etc. Thanks! "Or Else" We hear that the Beach hotel which desecrated the memory of the "Father of Our Country with an obnoxious sign, finally has removed it Not. however, through any eagerness on the part of the owner, who claimed that it was purely a matter of business to discriminate The elimination of the badge of shame in a democracy was entirely involuntary ... It is reported that the army, which occupies hotels in the immediate neighborhood, told him to "remove it—or else". Strong language is the only kind that some humans understand. Like Father, Like Son! Many old proverbs that have passed from mouth to mouth for centuries, do not necessarily have a grain of truth Take, for example, the proverb. "Like father, like son" How many times the son in no way resembles the parent! But if you pick up the Miami News any day in the week and turn to the editorial page, you'll find proof that the saying sometimes does hold true Turn to the column "Trend of the Times" (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) Dolores Taylor, Mildred A reel in the doing" her bit toward getting valmon gdlU'lBS,LST int ShaPe SSfiSll be tcnderec auditorium immediately alter the exercises. One of the highlights of the program will be trie presentation of an appropriate small Safer Torah to the Junior Congregation by Sidney H. Palmer president of the Congregation. Doors will close promptly at These are important supplements to the formal courses they get. I by Walter Locke, which is alDo you have an old textbook or ways as refreshing as the ocean two in your attic or on your bokshelf? Rather than let them gather dust, why not turn them into useful channels Spend a few minutes and round the books up. then give us a ring and we'll be glad to tell you where to place them. Orchids The efforts of those who volunteer their services for community service too frequently are not duly appreciated For that reason, from time to time we make special mention of those whose assistance, freely given without thought of compensation, increases the amount of good the ADL can accomplish. Our orchids of the week go to two loyal workers, one new, one old Aaron Edelman. a newcomer in B'nai B'rith ranks, is a one-man volunteer corps all by himself Despite the gasoline rationing, he covered one assignment which last week took him from the pier at South Beach to the naval station at Opa Locka breeze Then take a gander at the editorial columns which issue from the pen of Francis P. Locke, his son. The liberalism of the son, Francis P., and that of the father, Walter, are such that automatically one thinks or says, "Like father, like son" We've scanned many an editorial page in the course of our career We have yet to see one with a father-son combination so consistently aligned on the right side of all social issues. BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Beet Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best Ask Your Local Delicatessen Fee the Bart • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicieue Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meets 87th and Normal Awe. Chicago UNCLE UM/i NEEDS YOUR HEALTH BATHE AND PLAY AT HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK-ARKANSAS file DAiir May your port in America 1 Victory Progrom by protecting end increasing your energy, vigor ond neolrh. Relax ot tH famous health spa, in the beautiful OuocHlia Mountains. All tporti and recreations; two beautiful lakes with more than three hundred thrilling miles of picturesque shoreline. The Majestic provides unusually fine accommodations, from single rooms to 2, 3, and 4-room aportments for light housekeeping. Government supervised bathhouse in hotel, RATES FROM$|50 EASTMAN^ MAJESTIC HOTIL AND BATHS HOTEL • APARTMENTS • BATHS The Eottmon Hotel in she tpaaoumeei ef m •we private park.. offeri excellent l convenient*/ claee to everyeiinftOever msorvea e bs jsjt Va— voW mm m SOO tOOMS MOM f g WAiuuoAW.1 P ii s ett—: SOUTHWEST HOTELS INC.H Ci.dy HWina. Tmmimt 8:10. Installation Luncheon The installation luncheon of Beth David Sisterhood will be held Tuesday afternoon, May 19 at 12:15 p. m. at Beth David auditorium. Mrs. Jack August, general chairman, wishes to announce that all final plans have been made. All reservations must be in no later than Sunday morning. The ladies to be inducted into office are: President, Mrs. Harry Oliphant; first vice president, Mrs. Jack August: second vice president, Mrs. Hyman Sootin; third vice president, Mrs. Samuel Dickson; treasurer. Mrs. George Goldberg; financial secretary, Mrs. Norman Jacobs; recording secretary, Mrs. Dave Washer; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Elix Hinkes; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Ben Kandel; auditor. Mrs. Edward Friedman. One year trustees, Mrs. Chas. Abbott, Mrs. J. M. Fine and Mrs. Max Halpern; two years. Mrs. S. M. Goodman, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin and Mrs. Harry Rabe; three years, Mrs. Isadore Fine, Mrs. Isador Langner, and Mrs. Sam Weissel. A very fine program has been arranged for the occasion. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort will serve as installing officer, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers as toastmistress. Yahrzeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in the Book of Life, will be observed this month of Sivan. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned, and the Kaddisch begins the same evening, until sunset of the day mentioned. Sorah, mother of Walter Cohen, May 17; Chaya Sora, mother of Chas. Walder, May 18; Chaim Efraim, son of Irvin Siegel. May 19; Rive Bishe, mother of Mrs. L. Siegel, May 20; Yaakov Moshe, father of Rose Goldstein, May 21, Shlomma, husband of Rose Melinson. May 22; Chanah, in memory of Anna B. Greenberg, May 22; Yaakov, husband of Mrs. J. Silberstein. May 24; Chonah, father of Mrs. J. Margulies. May 25; Ahron Dovid, father of Mrs. H. Ray vis. May 27; Yosef, father of Jack and Gerson August. May 28; Channa, mother of Jack Gropper, May 30; Efraim, father of Mrs. M. Kaler. May 31; Ahron, father of Mrs. W. Blutstein. June I 2; Shnear Zalmen, father of Harj ry Rubenstein. June 3; Sholem, father of Mrs. Chas. Marks. June 4: Deborah, mother of Mrs. M. E. Singer. June 7; Eliyohum Getzel. father of Chas. Goldstein. June 7; i Shloma. father of Mr. J. B. Margolis. June 8; Elka. husband of Mrs. A. Miller. June 8; Yisroel. | father of Mrs. David Hillman, June 11: Feiga. mother of Mrs. M. E. Singer. June 14; Velvel, i husband of Mrs. W. Blutstein, June 15: Saul, father of Mrs. H. Lang, June 15. STRICTLY L Tidbits a-oin Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUE* FROM PAGE 4) So when you come across a story by one Roy Lopez, read it carefully—for Lopez is the second-generation Cohen Congratulations to Sylvia Brody, Junior Hadassah president, on her engagement to Joseph M. Landow of Brooklyn The next super-spectacle that producer Billy Rose will put on for the people of New York will probably be a huge Civilian Defense show Incidentally, Billy sent a generous contribution to the Committee for a Jewish Army When Random House publishes the collected plays of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart the biographical sketches of the authors will prove a point of local interest For the life story of Hart is being written up by Kaufman, and vice versa It'll be John Garfield, they now say, who will portray George Gershwin in the forthcoming biographical picture on the blues composer Among the scholars who have been studying mathematical problems in defense industries, particularly aviation, at Brown University this year are Richard von Mises, former director of the Institute for Applied Mathematics at the University of Berlin, Willy Feller, formerly of the University of Kiel, and Stefan Bergman, formerly of the University of Berlin Institute, we learn from the latest issue of Scripta Matw tica, Yeshiva College's di?guished quarterly Neerii add, if the work of' K** gee scientists help us beat Z Axis more quickly, that'll be J poetic justice m V LEGAL NOTICES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERV .., N ?i!, Ce ..' hereb y Klvon that tS',,, demlgned, pursuant t„ ChauW l£V Laws of Florida, li.41 3 S?A with the Clerk of the rircU f. 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mlDAY. M AY 15, 1942 +Jewisli rturldUan PAGE SEVEN POLITICAL BRIEFS C. W. PETERS C W Peters candidate for legislature group 3 points out hat he is an independent and uncontrolled "Our very existence," says Mr. Peters "will defend on frugality in all ways of Kg none the less in State Administration to the end that state taxes may be reduced so that the desperate needs of our armed forces may be met. Six-lane highways, not only needed for adequate military roads but will bring employment to labor and millions of dollars into circulation in this section. The importance of the public health, also, cannot be emphasized too much." TROY C. DAVIS Troy C Davis candidate for the Board of Public Instruction, district No. 2, in his platform stated he stands for non-political, honest, and efficient business administration of the school system; selection of teaching staff on basis of character, ability, training, and experience, at best possible salaries; improvement of playground around schools, with a view to controlling the dust situation and providing adequate recreation facilities; securing greatest possible value for every tax dollar paid by the taxpayers and expended by the school board; expenditure in construcwnnnnnn 0W seho0 b 'ldings of SAUuu.OOu now on hand for District No. 2 as approved in bond election on April 22, 1941; providing heating facilities in schools; continuation and expansion of technical training, in cooperation with and in furtherance of the defense program, and training physically handicapped persons vocationally. DEFEHREDMENTO BE INDUCTED IF T REVISIONISTS RETURNTOW.Z.O. EXPECTED Announcement DR. R. S. SPICKARD and DR. C. C. RAY are now associated with Dr. R. S. Akers DENTIST Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sundays: 9 to 12 Closed Saturdays 1764 N. W. 36TH ST.. MIAMI PHONE 2-2131 WANT MY MILK And Be Sure It's FLORID 4 DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery "00 H. W. 32nd Street Many Selective Service registrants who have been deferred from military service solely because they have dependents will eventually be inducted unless they become engaged in activities essential to the Nation's war effort, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, State Director of Selective Service, declared today. "We are rapidly approaching the stage where everyone must be working or fighting to win the war," the General asserted. War requirements—the demand for manpower by essential industries as well as the armed forces—will compel many local boards within the next several months to find selectees for their quotas among registrants who have dependents. "Right now local boards are reconsidering all registrants with dependency deferments for two major purposes. The first is to eliminate from this class all men who cannot prove their dependents need their earned income for support in a reasonable manner and all who cannot prove that they did not acquire dependents to avoid military services. The second purpose is to distinguish between men who have dependents but are not engaged in activities aiding the Nation's war effort and those who are contributing for victory by their work as civilians. "By making this distinction between those engaged in essential activities and those desired to induce a voluntary movement of the latter into essential activities and thus to release for military service men without dependents who must be deferred as 'necessary men' until they can be replaced at their work." If you have money in the Post Office or bank turn it into War Bonds and Stamps. Jerusalem (Palcor)—The return of the Revisionists to the fold of the World Zionist Organization, a proposal initiated through an agreement entered into locally between the South African Zionist Federation and the Revisionists of that country, was the subject of a lengthy session of the Smaller Actions Committee (General Council) held here yesterday. Although the general sentiment favored the creation of conditions that would enable the dissident group of Zionists to return to the mother organization, it was stated that differences between Revisionists themselves as to what constituted the proper basis for a return were delaying progress. Isaac Gruenbaum, member of the Zionist Executive, and former Polish leader, dealt with the question that had been raised at last week's session of the Actions Committee by Rabbi Meier Ber lin. The latter had discussed negotiations under way on the proposal to ratify a preliminary agreement reached by the South African Zionist Organization and the New (Revisionist) Zionist Organization there. After reading the text of the proposed agreement, Dr. Gruenbaum dwelt on that section concerning jurisdiction over political affairs, organizational authority and the shekel, smybol of membership in the World Zionist Organization. He gave particulars of the point of view of the Zionist Executive on these points and said that that body could not reach any decision for the formulation of the political aims of the Zionist movement under the pressure of an agreement with a body outside the Zionist Organization. The Zionist Executive, he insisted, must frame Zionist demands on the basis of its own free, thoroughgoing discussion in the light of the interests of the nation and of the movement. As to changes suggested in the use of the shekel, this basis for the movement was solely under the jurisdiction of the World Zionist Congress and could not be modified by the Executive alone. Dr. Gruenbaum also revealed that the discussions of the Jerusalem Zionist Executive had been communicated to the London Zionist Executive as well as to members of the Executive in America. The reply of the other groups had endorsed the attitude of the Jerusalem Executive on the various points, he reported. The differences of opinion that have developed over the proposed agreement are among the Revisionists themselves, in England and South Africa, Dr. Gruenbaum emphasized, pointing out that the Revisionist leader in Palestine had even declared that the New Zionist Organization would never return to the World Zionist Organization. After the debate, in which Rabbi Berlin, Rabbi J. L. Fishman, Joseph Suprasky, Solomon Kaplansky, S. Zuchowitsky and others participated, the Smaller Actions Committee (consisting of members resident in Palestine) decided to empower the Zionist Executive to reply to the South African Zionist Federation on the proposed agreement with the Revisionists in accordance with the principles proposed on behalf of the Executive by Dr. Gruenbaum and clarified in the course, of the discussion. It was further agreed that the detailed agreement would be discussed again at a later date. After a brief interval, the session resumed in the evening, when Moshe Shertok, political head of the Jewish Agency Excutive, reported a plan for the total mobilization of the Yishuv in the event of stringent war conditions which was unanimously adopted after an exchange of views. Mr. Zalman Rubashov, who presided at the sessions, paid tribute from the chair to Rabbi Heinrich Brody at the opening in the morning. The assembly stood in homage to the distinguished Jewish scholar who had died the previous day. ZIONIST ORDER suns INCREASE OVER LAST YEAR Washington, D. C—In the seven months' period since October 1, 1941, which marked the beginning of the Zionist fiscal year, more than 36,000 members were enrolled and re-enrolled by the Zionist Organization of America, surpassing its membership for the corresponding period of the preceding year, according to figures made public here by Mr. Simon Shetzer, Executive Director of the organization. The increase in Zionist membership is considered of special significance this year since America's entry into the war, as it indicates a growing realization on the part of American Jews of the importance to strengthen the Zionist Organization numerically as a means of ensuring the restoration of Palestine as a Jewish Homeland after the war. The increase is also considered gratifying in the light of the enlistment of many hundreds of Zionist members in the United States armed forces. Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— FEDERATION DIRECTOR IS ON NATIONAL COMMITTEE Word has been received this week that Morris Klass, the Director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, is one of nine Jewish Social Workers in the United States nominated for the Executive Committee of the National Conference of Jewish Social Welfare. The Conference this year will be held in Rochester, New York, June 6th to June 9th and will consider the war-time programs of Jewish agencies engaged in social work. From this area Mrs. Sadye Rose and Morris Klass plan to attend. R. W. BROWN & CO. FERTILIZER MANUFACTURERS Southern Florida Fertilizer Company TROPICAL BRAND Quality Fertilizer GROWERS' SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES Factory: Goulds, Florida Phone: Homestead 5-4461 Offices: South Miami, Fla. PHONE 4-3375 Training to produce food for victory, these bova are ahown at the National Farm School, Bucks County, Pa., engaged in their daily routine. (Left) Dr. Harold B. Allen, center, President of the School look* on aa a student work* at the forge, repairing farm machinery; (upper right) newly hatched chicka are sorted for six* and color after coming out of the Farm School'* 17,000 egg incubator; (lower right) plowing of the Farm School's many field*. WANTED Young men and young women over the age of 18. high school graduates to act at counsellors for the Y.M.H.A. Home Camp which starts June IS. For further details see Mr. Maurice Grossman at the Y.M.H.A. Summer Season Rental June 15 To NOT. IS FINE HOME ON BEACH 1550 Pennsylvania AT*. 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath Rooms Garage and Laundry Servant's Quarters, Bath Garage and Laundry Completely Furnished for Occupancy After June IS Phone 7-5801 Harry Markowitz C. W. PETERS FOR STATE LEGISLATURE CITIZEN—: TAXPAYER I Am Committed to the Protection of Our Schools I Am For the Protection of Property Owners from the Ravages of the Tax Shark Old Age Pensions Must Be Maintained Will Be An Ail-Out Representative For Dad* County (Paid Political Adv.)



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J* PAGE FOUR vjenisti Flcridian FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1942 PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 21 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months. $1-00 Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 VOLUME Ti~ NUMBER 20 IYAR 28 5702 MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. MAY 15. 1942 nomic deprivations and starvation have been their weapons but these weapons have boomeranged. In many of the conquered countries, the Nazis have met with increasing resistance They Must Remember Ten of thousands of young American Jews are fighting on far-flung fronts throughout the world to preserve democracy and re-establish the principles of equality, justice and freedom, from the people who will not accept the antiA Jewish bombardier sat in the plane piloted Semitic program. Instead of splitting the popby the late Captain Colin Kelley; Jewish sol| ulation, destroying their strength, the Nazi diers were among the American heroes at blows visited upon the Jews, have united Bataan and Corregidor; Jewish sailors and ; the people who render aid to the oppressed, fliers participated in the epic Coral Sea naval In Yugoslavia, guerilla detachments risking battle. Protestants, Catholics, Jews and Neg roes —all are fighting courageously and will continue to fight courageously until the great cause of the United Nations has been realized and Hitlerism wiped off the face of the earth. What will face "our boys" upon their return? Will Corporal Meyer Levin, the Jewish hero who dropped the bomb that sank the Japanese battleship Haruna, consult the employment columns of his favorite newspaper and learn that many well-paid jobs are for "Christian whites" only? Will he read that he is not welcome at a number of vacation resorts and summer playgrounds because of policies of "restricted clientele?" The answers to these questions must be decided now. We. the 'home front' of this war, should now determine the conditions which will face "our boys" upon their return. They are fighting for democracy on foreign soil. We must fight for democracy here. The New York newspaper PM, has launched a campaign for mass support to eliminate what it aptly calls "hate ads" in the general pressThat campaign deserves our fullest support. Employers and resort owners who write these "hate ads" and the newspapers which accept them must be made to remember that Uncle Sam, in gathering his powerful armed forces, did not call upon "Christian whites" only. Nazi Rumor Cracks The Nazis have pledged the extermination of the Jewish race but they cannot carry out that pledge. Pogroms, wholesale murder, ecodeath, raid concentration camps for Jews and help them escape. Possibly to their amazement, the Nazis have discovered that the centuries of civilization steeping mankind in the principles of brotherhood and proclaiming the dignity of mankind, have made deeper marks than any Nazi gauleiter with a whip in his hand can achieve. More tangible, perhaps, and more pointed is the fundamental economic law of a nation which the Nazis have ignored in the implementation of their "aryan" doctrine and which in the longer run will prove their defeat. That is that no part of a country's people can be wholly removed from the economic life and have that nation stand. The life of a nation is compounded of too many intricate interrelationships for such segregation or extermination of a race to be possible without bringing ruin to that nation. The Nazis prove it themselves. A recent report in a Nazi publication revealed that factories were established in the Jewish ghettos of Nazi-occupied Poland for the production of army supplies. Five were established last month in Warsaw to meet the acute shortage of skilled labor in Germany. Which means that all available manpower is being used at the front and is so necessary that production at home is beginning to suffer. Thus, they are being forced to utilize Jewish labor in economic life. As a country they are not self-sustaining and lack of imports is beginning to strain the resources of the country. And coupled with all this continued defeat at the front is beginning to rack the Nazi machine more visibly every day. I THE Y. M.H.A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ sons in the service; Mrs. Louis Weintraub. two sons; Mrs. Joseph Schaffer. two sons; Mrs. Harry Hacker, one son; Mrs. Cohen, one son; Mrs. J. Siegel, one son; Mrs. Lipsitz, one son; Mrs. Philip Rothschild, one son; Mrs. Samuel jFeldman. one son; Mrs. L. Safer, I one son; Mrs. Growman. one son; • and Mrs. Seligman. whose husNomination of Officer* I band ls a member of the armed 1 forces. Many women from the Annual Next Wednesday The annual nomination of of-! u a d J" nce *' h se nam were not ficers and directors of the Y. M. %  !" a £ e „ ava,lab < ;. were honored alH. A. will be held next Wednes„ b t e use of thelr son s being m day evening. May 20. at 8:30, l hc sen lce o'clock. The nominating com-, Richard Shulman. 6 years old, mittee consisting of Isaac Levin.' 8 ave tn e various calls of the archairman; Leo Ackerman, Al m >' maneuvers. Those assisting Berkowitz, Nat Blumberg and | Mrs. Grossman were Mrs. Pearl Milton A. Friedman, will render Reisman. Mrs. Macy Levinson, its report. In addition, nomina-1 ,rs Growman. and Mrs. Herman tions will also be made from the! Slepian. The following members floor. A large turnout is expect-' f tnc G. P. C. a subsidiary of ed and refreshments will be \ ne Y acted as hostesses: Misses served. Members and friends are | Mildred Berkowitz, Frances Ginsinvited. Elections will be held ber 8Margaret Horowitz. Irene the first Wednesday in June. Mother's Day Program A Huge Success The annual Mother's Day program, sponsored by the Y. W. H. A., was a tremendous success. The auditorium was so crowded that over one hundred people had the Y, requests all persons desirMalek, Pearl Gold, and Shirley Rothschild. Home Camp The fourth annual session of the Home Camp will commence on Monday, June 15. Maurice Grossman, executive director of -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMuctiy, Confidential -By PHINEAS J. BIRONto stand in the aisles to witness the marvelous program that was prepared by Mrs. Maurice Grossman, chairman of the committee. The principal speaker was Commissioner James A. Donn. Another speaker was Nathaniel Nason, regional field supervisor of the J. W. B.-U. S. O.. from Atlanta, who gave an outline of the Army and Navy Committee. Marx Feinberg rendered musical selections, accompanied by Mrs. Essie Schaffer at the piano. The Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops presented the colors. The feature of the evening was the honoring of the mothers of the men in the service. The following women were honored: Mrs. Ben Sirkin, who has three ing to send their children to the camp to communicate immediately with the Y office as the enrollment will be limited. In addition to the usual program, there will be tap and ballet dancing, story telling, arts and crafts, dramatics and many other novelties. The tuition will be $3.50 per week for children of members of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A and $5.00 per week for children of non-members. Scholarships will be available for those children who are unable to pay the tuition. No one will be barred for lack of financial ability to pay. Every child will be examined by a physician before admission. Dr. I. H. Schwartz, director of physical education of the Y, will be in charge of the athletic program. Dr. Rand will head the medical staff. Mr. Grossman requests that any boys and girls desiring to act as counsellors communicate with him. Diamondball The Y diamondball team, managed by Frank Rose, won its first game of the season by defeating the Boulevard Christians by a score of 12 to 3. Frank was verv much impressed by the large turn-out of members who came to witness the ball game. Such action on the part of the general public stimulates and gives an incentive to the players to do better work. This year we have an excellent team and the chances for winning the pennant are good. The G. P. C. .. The G Pc a subsidiary of tne Y, and consisting of young ladies from the ages of 19 to 23 is planning a membership party to be held this Sunday afternoon at the home of Miss Pearl Gold 2154 S. W. 4th Street, from 3 to 6 o clock. All members and prospective members are invited. Service Men's Dance The regular bi-weekly Service Men s Dance will be held Saturday night. May 16. at the Y. Mrs Florence Hacker, chairman of the r. w. H. A. Defense ommittee. announces that this week the members of the Beth David Sisterhood will act as guest hostesses. The Beth David commit tee includes Mrs. J. August. Mrs. Sam Dickson. Mrs. William Fried2fw M?l I i', rrj Mandel. Mrs. Sam Weisel, Mrs. Sidney Rauzin, Mrs. Isadore Fine, Mrs. Philip M£vr M r !i, Norman Jacobs and Mrs. Max Shapiro. The W P A orchestra will furnish the music: Refreshments will be served: ITMJ dance is for Service Men NEWS FOR YOU The reports of Bernard M. Baruch's ill health are considerably exaggerated • When asked about it, he recently said' "There's nothing wrong with my heart that the fall of Hitler and Company wouldn't cure" One of Naziland's greatest comedians, relates Harry Hershfield, is in the cooler for telling an audience: "Sure, ninetyeight percent of the German people love Hitler—but it's funny how I keep running into the other two percent all the time" Meyer Davis, whose orchestras have for years been featured by the Greenbrier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs, Where the Axis diplomats are interned, was asked to supply only a single organist this season ... So the musician who entertains the anti-Semitic "guests" is one Nathan Portnotf When you see an anti-Nazi film called "This is the Enemy," watch it attentively ... It was originally a Nazi propaganda film, which the U. S. Navy seized on a Nazi warship bound for South America—and with the new narrative supplied here it makes excellent anti-Nazi stuff Was that a Freudian slip on the part of a New York Herald-Tribune typist or linotyper which caused Leon Henderson to be quoted as saying the public should "blame the Germans and the Jews for wartime restrictions on civilian life?" What Mr. Henderson actually said, of course, was "the Germans and the Japs," and the Tribune was quick to make a correction and apology BOOK STUFF That Bible which the Committee for a Jewish Army presented to Pierre van Paassen is the first Hebrew Bible to have been published in this country ... It was one of the choicest items in Dr. A. S. W Rosenbach's collection Now we hear that Wendell L. Willkie will have an article in the Saturday Evening Post in answer to Milton Mayer's "Case Against the Jews" With all due respect to Mr. Willkie, it seems to us a bit startling for him to have been chosen to write on a subject of which he necessarily knows so little ... A man like Maurice Samuel should have been given the opportunity to demolish the Post's amateur experts on the Jewish question Just out is Samuel's translation of Sholem Asch's "Children of Abraham," a collection of short stories They show Asch at his best, dealing with everyday Jewish types ... All of which reminds us that Samuel is planning to bring out a book on Sholem Aleichem, with excerpts from the writings of that immortal Jewish humorist The opening chapter in Associated Press correspondent Roy Porter's forth-coming book, "Uncensored France," is something you'll really enjoy It's very brief—less than a page long— and we'd love to quote it for you But since this is a family paper we'll refrain, and you'll just have to wait till the book is published, which won't be for quite some time THIS AND THAT If refugees of your acquaintance suddenly begin to speak English with a perfect accent, don't be too surprised The National Refugee Service now enjoys the cooperation of The Key Reporter, official bulletin of Phi Beta Kappa, in finding volunteer teachers of English in the 700 American cities where the NRS has active local committees We suppose you've read about the protest raised by a number of New York lawyers named Ferris when a Bronx attorney named Adolph E. Finkelstein had his name legally changed to Arthur E. Ferris The protests notwithstanding, the erstwhile Mr. Finkelstein is now Mr. Ferris We wouldn't mention the incident at all if it didn't remind us so vividly of the oldie concerning the Adolf Finkelstein who appealed to Hitler himself for permission to change his name, on the grounds that Adolf was a terrible moniker ... For, believe it or not, the new Mr. Ferris' argument in his plea before the court specified that he had found the name Adolph a great burden since Adolf's rise to power MUSIC NOTES Did you know that Sammy Fain, the song-writer responsible for such hits as "Are You Having Any Fun?" and "Happy in Love," is the son of a Chazan, and started his musical career as a boy soprano in a synagogue choir? %  Another Chazan s son who has made good is Henry Rosenblatt, whose father was the famous Yossele Rosenblatt Henry, professionally known as Paul Dennis, was making his way up as a singer, but at the moment is engaged not in warbling but in warring, as a member of the U. S. armed forces Dinah Shore's Bluebird recording of "I Don't Want to Walk Without You" has been acclaimed as one of her best She explains that it's because she made the record in the spring Dinah claims that the romantic atmosphere of springtime improves her singing • • • Jascha Heifetz is celebrating a bicentenary this year Not his own, of course, but that of one of his violins—a Guarnerius made in 1742 Pianist Ania Dorfman, who was one of the KEEP -EM FLYTNG-By buying Defense StamDS and Bonds soloists in the New York Philharmonic Orchestra's presentation of Beethoven's concerto for piano, violin and viola a couple of weekends ago, holds the distinction of being the only instrumental soloist who has ever played under the direction 01 Maestro Arturo Toscanini ABOUT PEOPLE .„, Headed for the rank of Brigadier General, we hear, is^ an Arnstein, of Burma Road fame Enjoying the rank of Pn va in the Army is Edward M. M. Warburg, chairman of the Joui Distribution Committee Another distinguished citizen wn will soon be a Private is playwright Irwin Shaw, who il1 enii Ing nex! month Octavus Roy Cohen is a famous Mer 1 name, and it would be a little confusing if another writer 01 cm-, name were suddenly to appear in the pages of our m lar magazines That is why Cohen's gifted young so oken bis mother's maiden name aa his nom-de-plum e • • CONTINUED ON PAGE t)


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J* PAGE SIX vJewist noridiar FRIDAY, MAY Mr. and Mrs. Dave Goldsmith were hosts Wednesday evening at a dutch supper at Schwartzberg hall for the benefit of Beth Israel sisterhood. The attendance was unusually large. Following the supper cards and games were played. children during the past school term. President Goodmark appointed committees and chairmen for the new year. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick, 414 8th St., representing the Jewish Floridian, spent a few days in Belle Glade and Pahokce. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Karlin of Brooklyn, N. Y., left for home after a visit of two weeks with their son. Private Norman Karlin of Morrison Field. The semi-monthly meeting of Bnai B'rith Ladies" Auxiliary was held Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dickson. Mrs. Al. Gasper, president, presided. Arrangements were made for a tea social to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halpern. Mrs. Rose Schutzberg. manager of the Villa Clair. Palm Beach, gave a farewell dinner Sunday night for a few close friends in honor of her son. Adolf, who is leaving for the army the 27th. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Meyer. Mr. Cohen. Adolf Schutzberg, Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. Joe Schrebnick and Mrs. Schutzberg, the hostess. POLITICAL BRIEFS Cecil (Zeke) Cornelius, candidate for county commissioner, Palm Beach. District 2. is asking re-election to office by virtue of his past accomplishments. With the rank of captain, he is executive officer of the First Air Squadron. Florida Defense Force, was the first president of the West Palm Beach Fishing Club. serving for three years. For three years he served as master of ceremonies in the Civitan programs held weekly in Flagler Park. A past exalted ruler of the Elks Lodge. Mr. Cornelius is a member of the Kiwanis Club, the Chamber of Commerce and the Junior Order of American Mechanics. Mr. Cornelius graduated from the Cedartown Georgia High school and attended the Georgia School of Technology. Joining the commission a month after Morrison Field was dedicated, he soon became chairman of its aviation committee, which helped bring an army air base here and securing the construction of an auxiliary airport near Lantana. !5. 1942 "With all those War Bonds he's the most eligible bachelor in the church!" Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and son, Sammy, left Monday for Texas where their son. Morton, a lieutenant in the Air Corps expects shortly to be assigned for active duty. WILSON Picture Frame Shop PHONE 2-2462 We Call for and Deliver Orders 172 N. W. 1st Street Dr. Carl N. Herman, rabbi of the Temple Israel, installed the new officers of the Temple sisterhood at its annual luncheon meeting. New officers are Mrs. David Goldsmith, president; Mrs. O. P. Gruncr. vice president; Mrs. Barney Blicher, treasurer; Mrs. Michael Kalmutz, financial secretary, and Mrs. Carl N. Herman, secretary. A handsome gift and corsage were presented the retiring president. Mrs. Harry Sirkin, in appreciation for her services during the past year. Mrs. Joseph C. Bernstein was welcomed as a new member. PALM BEACH B'NAI B'RITH INSTALL OFFICERS FOR YEAR Harry Goodmark. newly elected president, led the list of officers of the local B'nai B'rith lodge installed last night at annual ceremonies held at Schwartzberg Hall. Joe Lesser, retiring president, was installing officer. His assistant was Dave Feldman. city, president of the Florida District Grand Lodge. Other officers seated were Dave Katz. vice president; Dan Goodmark, financial secretary: Rabbi Manuel Greenstein, recording secretary; Max Ackerman, treasurer; Joe Lesser, monitor: Ben Pepper, assistant monitor; Maurice Moss, warden; Sam Green, guard. Trustees for the ensuing year are Ralph Cohn. Dave Feldman, Jack Kapncr. Sid Bernbaum, Ezra Brahms. Martin Dubbin, Sid Pepper. Mr. Lesser reported purchase of S3.800 in War Bonds and Stamps since January. He also reported 2.016 bottles of milk were purchased for needy school STRATEGY VALUE OP MIDDLE EAST STRESSED TO 0. S.! FEDERATION NAME MIAMI MEN TO SERVE ON COUNCIL NERVOUS TENSION Shows In both face and manner You are not fit company for yourself or anyone else when you are Tense. Nervous, "Keyed-up". Don't miss out on your share of good times. The next time overtaxed nerves make you Wakeful, Restless. Irritable, trv the soothing effect of DR. MILES NERVINE Dr. Miles Nervine is a scientific formula compounded under the supervision of skilled chemists in one of America's most modern laboratories. Why don't yon try itt Read full dirrrliom in package. At your Drua Store DR. MILES NERVINE Stanley Myers. Chairman of \ the Board of Directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, announced today the ap| pointment of four Miami Federaion leaders to the Executive Committee of the Southeastern Region of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds. .,,._, These are: Benjamin E. BronNew York.-The pivotal strat8ton Sam Blank Stanley C. cgic importance of the Middle Myers Max Orovitz Eastern lands, including PaleThe Southeastern Region of the state,to the cause of the United Council of Jewish Federations Nations, will be brought to the and Welfare funds has its offices f 1 '""'" f A ? n 5 ic an Jl ', w f ry a P d 'n Montgomery. Alabama and is ?. h M-?"' / S £ PP £ rt f .t" th 5 r responsible for the community &vJw? n Fu dS %  f a d Planning programs of Jewish For Victory program will be communities of Southeastern mobilized on Sunday. May 17th States when Jewish communities ] throughout the nation will observe Palestine Flower Day. In the metropolitan area and in other communities the Day will imax Palestine Flower Week j Pvt. Aaaron Goldenblank. son which has been observed since • of Mr. and Mrs. M. Goldenblank May 9th under the auspicies of 1923 S. W. 14th ter.. has been asihe Fund. signed to the Fourth Division The Day will be utilized for the finance office with headquarters distribution, by a corp of Zionist al Camp Gordon, near Augusta, volunteers, of "Flowers of Zion" Ga. and of especially designed multiAaron resided in Miami for •olored '•flower'" receipts. These the Pst 25 years. He was graduwill be offered in acknowledgalt 'd from the old Central High ment of contributions ranging beschool and the University of iween 5c and $1.00 toward the Florida. wartime task of the Palestine! He was inducted at Camp Land Fund. More than 10.000 Blanding, Fla., last Oct. 6. and •nembers of youth organizations, was assigned to the cavalry at before being Gordon, he was conMIAMI SOLDIER HAS BEEN MOVED TO CAMP GORDON f RE-ELECT CECIL (ZEKE) [0M1ELIUS COUNTY COMMISSIONER. DISTRICT NO. 2 PALM BEACH For the Continued Development of Palm Beach County Your Vote and Support Respectfully Solicited Subject Democratic Primary, May 26th (Paid Political Adv.) students in the higher classes of Fort Riley. Kan., 1 Hebrew Schools and Religious transferred to Camp %  schools^ as well as members of While in Miami 1.. nected with Southern Beverages. adult Zionist units have volunteered their services for the street collections and house to house canvass. Stockholm (WNS)—British naval and land forces occupied the M. B IEWISH CFNTFR HOI nc 5* nCh is and of Mada gascar at m. a. JLW1S>H CENTER HOLDS the request of world Jewry the DANCE. CARNIVAL MAY 24 Nazi radio station at Koenigsberg reported this week. The Nazi The annual dance and carniannouncer said that "Jewish Mi-.nl" K u '" u h6 i au s l""> Ol the eaders" had ordered Britain and 'is .ffi^'f >' W sh C ? nter and the Uniu d Sla *<-'s to effect the ,u> Hall, 1828 Alton Road, n D Z ri !" broadcaster exSunday night, May 24th. The p ,''" ,Hd lh at the Jews ordered y ...„... Liu) £1111. IDC ,1 ^.o UlUl-IVU organizations participating are move to forestall the Nazi vw L 7-! l '>c e Sis rhood. the pi:m '" tampon all Jews in Na: Te Cenu, sf,^.'!' r i U aRUt ?? d f':" ccu P ied a r>d dominated counUo SSbfio? the lESSS i M r "V" Mad War. The station -an. announces^ Uns" wm'be" T T^ ^ U ltid StateS in he outstanding social event of ,'.} ',-' :,ltn "ueh the occupation the Jewish community. EnterT "' Fr, nch island was effected tainment, refreshments, carnival y B, "'tish forces only leatures, and a Prmui-.ri... ,•.._ : and a Popularity fnn test Will be on thc P programme" Music will be furnished by Bob Leers Orchestra. Refreshments Pufuo Va Th ty f b j ,ths wi be wlrrt?" .h e procwds will go toCon? 5 R e const ruction of the Sldlers. RCCrCatl0nal Hal1 f r *e _—Buy War Savings Bonds— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to STE £ L ING BUILDING MIAMI BEACH 927 Lincoln Road r or the Practice of General Dentistry The Dade Cou^tT""^ Bank is in urgent Iood blood donations 9 ^ "fi <* maintain sufficient rW,iu to hand in event of em 8 ^ The procedure is fiR requires no more than M hour to complete A ,*" blood test is P per,or A m out charge which often vides valuable inform.,! 1 0 the blood donor ThU U t For information call n,j. County Blood Bank 0,3.08 Alexander Kushner. M n Chairman Blood Bank Cr,m mittee—B'Nai B'Bith —Buy War Savings BondsTHESE CONCERNS ARE DOING ALL IN THEIR POWER TO BRING YOU THE THINGS YOU WANT AND NEED AT FAB PRICES. —Buy War Savings BondsRELIABLE MATTRESS CO. 515 S. W. 17th Ave. Miami, Fla. HUB DRY GOODS 129 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla. 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FRIDAYMAY 15, 1942 +Jenisti lh,i II t, PAGE FIVE TEMPLE ISRAEL jj7 N. E. Hth Street Office Phone S-774C RABBI JACOB H. KAPLAN Ph. D. "*" Rabbi Emeritus 1996 Indian Creek Drive— -lM* Miami Beach RABBI CQUIAM A. ZWITMAN ^^ 6400 LaGoroe Drive Miami Beach Phone S-1738 Rabbi Zwitman will be In the Tempi, every morning. You may consult iiih him on matter* concerning the ifWlsb community, or your personal problems. You will be assured sympathetic hearing and advice, and. needless to say. each matter will be held in strict confidence. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening. May 15th. 8:15 p m. Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman will preach on the subject. "The Days of our Years." Birthday Reception A birthday reception in honor of Rabbi Zwitman will be tendered tins Friday evening. May 15th. alter the Services, by the Temple Israel Sisterhood. Members of the congregation and friends are cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Max Steuer is chairman of the Reception Committee and Mrs. Adolph Werthcimcr is co-chairman. Sabbath Morning Service Saturday morning, May 16th, 11:30 a. m. Torah reading and congregation participation. Honor Roll for Service Men We are calling for names of all men in the Service. In the near future a Plaque, bearing the names of service men as a roll of honor, will be placed in the front lobby of the Temple, under the auspices of the Men's Club. To date, we have received the following names: Elry Stone, Paul H. Marks. Alfred Plant, E. Melvin Katz. Louis Fleischer Snetman. Lee Lincoln. Arnold Rubin, Robert Levin, Arthur Kahn, Robert Richter, Arnold Greenfield, Stanley Davis, Maurice Orovitz, Victor Kohn. These are but a few names which were sent in during the first week. We shall appreciate immensely cooperation of members of the congregation, who will send us in the names of men in the service, and their present rank. Confirmation and Shovuos Service Thursday evening, May 21st, 7:30 p. in. and Friday morning, May 22nd. 11 a. m. Program Processional, "Hark the Voice of Children;" Hymn No. 146, Confirmands and Choir; Opening Prayer, Mildred Greenberg; Opening Service, Patricia J. Kovins; Borehu and Evening Prayer, Herbert Neilinger; Shma and Responsive Reading, Sylvia J. Berkman; Hebrew Prayer and Congregational Reading, Nathan J Ratner; Prayer for Shovuos Festival, Lenore P. LeVine; Prayer for Government and Country, Joanne B. Saltzman; Service Before the Ark, Joel Kuperberg; Heading of the Torah; Exodus, Chapter 20. Bert H. Wohl; Consecration of "Offering", Phyllis JKosenthal; The Symbol of the {lowers, Barbara Lewis; The nge of the Offering, Lois Braz; JJur Theme, Leonard E. Treister; uur Confirmation, The Road Map Rita M. Hyman; The Need 'or the Roud Map, Bart L. Cohen; .,, m d Map—Jewish Literature, The Service Station, Marnf n. Frce dman; Historic Role S" e Synagogue, Marjorie P. SPS ; The Synagogue-Ser."* Station of the Jew, Molly nw.1 oyo11 : Musical Selection, letrrple Israel Choir; The Home, fh,! E ^ u 'Page, Elyse B. Newman; Jjjw Country and Our Society, "M passengers, Ellen R. Cohen; dS e H M J rtyrs ,. a nd Sages Isa SS. Margohs; A 4000 year Our RT" 1 Joy R Simonhoff; RaLi tS* 100 Provisions for the p. Florence Wohl; Advice of stem %  M nts Do rothy R. GoldSi ri s,cal Selection, Temple mount C ^ ,r: A F aith to SurStmL b sta £ les Avoidance of Prayer'Th ^ illiam Baros & senh r7 The L Upward Climb, JoProc P f sse heim er; We Join the Session, Bon Voyage, Barbara Gordon; Closing Prayer, Robert Bronner. In Memoriam May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us. At the services this Friday, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Rose Green, mother of I. W. Green, Leon Green and Albert A. Green; Daisy Rothschild Fisher, mother of Dr F. H. Fisher. Yahrzeits: Alice Jacobus and Joseph Jacobus, mother and father of Mrs. D. J. Apte and Leonard Jacobus; Moritz Meyer husband of Mrs. Emma Meyers and father of Sidney Meyer; Leah Arnold, mother of J. Arnold; David L'iebling, father of Norman Liebling; Sigmund Wolf, father of Mrs. Ed I. Lovitz; Sarah Leah Herstein, mother of Mrs. Morris Plant and Mrs. Louis Zeientz. Floral offering of last week presented in memory of Frances Glanckopf. Gift made to the Temple in memory of Samuel Merson. BETH JACOB CONGREGATION Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHE9. Cantor Phone 4-0408 2263 S. W. 21t Terrace MIAMI BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BENSION. RABBI 1536 Jefferaon Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4782 Miami Beach Services Services daily at 8:30 a. m., 7:30 and 8:10 p. m.; Saturday at 9:00 a. m., 7:30 and 8:30 p. m.; Shalosh S'oodoss, Saturday at 7:45 p. m. Graduation Exercises The annual graduation exercises of our Religious School will take place this Sunday night at 8 o'clock in our synagogue buildAn exceptional program has been prepared for this year's graduation. In addition to our graduates' themes there will be short addresses from former graduates of our religious school, from the class presidents of our school, from the president of our congregation, Sisterhood and P. T. A, and from a representative parent of our graduates. Lloyd Symansky has served as coach for the graduating class. Our glee club will render a number of selections under the direction of Miss Sonia Shpall. Our graduates will sing a number of appropriate melodies under the leadership of Cantor Mamches. Louise Raphael will deliver the valedictory address and make the graduates' presentation to the school. Diplomas and awards will be presented by the chairman of our board of education, I. D. Spivak. Refreshments will be served by the parents of the graduates, chairmanned by E. Raphael. All adults and children are cordially invited. No charge, and no solicitations. Scouts Our Girl Scouts celebrated Mother's Day with a lovely program. Present were the parents, Rabbi Mescheloff, and R. Saunders, principal of the South Beach Elementary School. The program was arranged by our Scout leader, Mrs. E. Decky. Our Scouts are now busy collecting magazines and books for our service men. If you have any of either bring them to our synagogue office. Habanoth The Victory chapter of Miami Beach Habanoth staged an initiation for new members at this week's meeting. They are planning a swimming party for the end of May. They meet Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in our community building. Mixrachi The Miami Beach. Mizrachi will meet this Saturday night at 9 o'clock in our community building for their regular monthly meeting. A report on our Lag B'Omer picnic will be tendered. Everyone is welcome. It's cheaper to win. Buy your Quota of War Bonds. Sisterhood, Saturday night dances are given weekly to hundreds of men in uniform. The Social room with its elaborate recreational equipment is open daily. Library and radio facilities are available. The Center's Red Cross Unit sews and repairs clothing for the men. Numerous families are inviting men to dinner on Friday nights and Sunday afternoons. At services many men are in evidence. Numerous gifts have been received from friends for the equipment and the use of the soldiers and the Center Board has voted a substantial budget out of its treasury. CONGREGATION SHAAREI TEFILA Miami Beach Daily services 8 a. m. Evening services 7:30 p. m. Saturdays, 9 a. m. Oneg Shabbobs 7 p. m. Sabbath Services Kindling of the Sabbath lights 7:30 p. m. Sunset services at 7:30 p. m. At the lecture song service, the closing service of the season, at 8 p. m. this Friday, Chaplain David W. Isaac, chaplain with the Army Air Corps, will speak on, "Religion in the Armed Forces." Dr. S. Bension, Cantor Lengyel and Choir will officiate, directed by Miss Edith Freeman. On Saturday morning. Dr. Bension will preach on The Scriptural Lesson. At 6:15 p. m. the Perek will be instructed and at 7 o'clock the Oneg Shabbos will be spread. Sisterhood Meeting The Sisterhood meeting last Tuesday night was presided over by the newly elected president, Mrs. Isidor Newman. Chaplain Mrs. Helen Schcoenfield offered prayer, and Mrs. Ben Marbach presented a unique and interesting Mother's Day program which included prizes and awards to many of the mothers preseiit. It was announced that the Donors Quota Luncheon will be given at the Center Patio on Monday noon. May 18th. A rummage sale will be held during the month of July and any one who is generous to spare for the purpose used clothing and other useful articles will please communicate with the officers of tl e Sisterhood or bring the gifts directly to the Richardson Furniture Company in Miami. The Sisterhood is also participating actively in the Confirmation and in the Annual Center Carnival. Hebrew Summer School All provisions have been made for conducting a summer Hebrew school session which will be under the direction of Rabbi Spitz, educational director, provide for Hebrew instruction during the summer months and also include games, singing and other entertaining features for the children. The winter classes will be continued and beginners classes will be opened. It is planned to have a Sunday bar mitzvah minyan. Registration books are open now and parents are urged to come in and talk matters over. Confirmation For the first time in the history of the Center an elaborate confirmation program will be carried out on Friday night, May 22nd, Shabuot at 8 p. m. Dr. Bension, Rabbi Spitz, Cantor Lengyel, Mrs. Lengyel, Mrs. Evelyn Raff and the choir will all participate. President Frankel of the Center and Mrs. Isidor Newman, president of the Sisterhood will make the usual presentations. A committee of mothers, headed by Mrs. Nat Hankoff, will sponsor the reception following the confirmation. Mrs. Leon Spitz and Mrs. Molka Reich are in charge of the arrangements. The members of the confirmation class are: Marshall Giller, Harold Herman, Franklyn Blazar. Marjorie Waldman, Charles Giller, Judith Nelson, Ruth Frankenstein, Audrey Hankoff, Samuel Spitz, Samuel Frankenstein and Tema Rubinstein. Religious School Events Sunday morning, May 24th will mark the closing exercises of the Religious School. Joseph A. Berman, superintendent, will preside. An interesting program and exhibit will be featured. Parents are cordially invited. On Sunday morning, May 31st the Annual Picnic will take place. Soldier's Recreation Center The Soldier's Recreation Center is making very fine progress. Under the joint auspices of the Center Social League and the Services of the Congregation Shaaray Tefila are scheduled for Friday at 7:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 7 p. m in their new temporary quarters, 1527 Washington Ave. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning services on the subject of "The Mobile Sanctuary." Weekday morning services will be at 8 a. m. and evening services at 7:30 o'clock. The Ein Yakov group meets Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 7:45 p. m. The group studying Jewish Laws and Customs meets Wednesday and Thursday at 7:45 p. m. All are welcome. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION ABRAHAM A. KELLNER. Rabbi 182S S W. 14th Terrace Phone 3-5192 690 S. W. 17th Avenue TALMUD TORAH 1546 S. W. Third Street SERVICE SCHEDULE Daily Minyon 8:30 a. m. Mincha 5:30 p.m. Maariv 6:00 p. m Saturday.. .9:00 a. m. Pro Patria In order to make our children feel the necessity to put their pennies into War Savings Stamps, the Congregation gave, this year's winners of the Sunday School prizes, War Savings Stamps. Again we urge the elders of all our children to stimulate the saving of War Stamps by their children and by themselves. Our country is worth saving and much can be accomplished by the buying of War Savings Stamps. Sunday School Awards The following children received the awards given by the Talmud Torah: Donald Berkowitz. Marvin Eisenberger, Morton Erstling, Barry Garber, Sara Mae Geltner, Arnold Glantz, Irene Kastenbaum, Garvin Kleiber, Sandy Ofsowitz, Stewart Mann, Joey Mintzer, Larry Rifas, Charles Rosenblitt, Sandra Silberman, Marion Silberman, Irving Swiskow, Bernard Swiskow. At the time of the giving of the awards, refreshments were served in honor of Stewart Mann's recent birthday. Shochet Award Esther Kassin was this year's recipient of the J. Louis Shochet Memorial medal given annually by the Shochet family. In awarding the medal, Rabbi Kellner thanked the family for their gracious gesture. Shabbas Services At 10 a. m. this Shabbos morning, Rabbi Kellner will preach on "Do Numbers Count?" At 6 p. m. the afternoon Drushe will be preached by Rabbi Kellner in Yiddish, on the 'Ethics of the Fathers." Shales Sudos will be served. Talmud Torah Regular classes in the Talmud Torah are continuing and will be held from 3:30 on. Registration for the summer term is still in progress and parents are again reminded of their duty to their children, in not keeping back their spiritual heritage from them. CONGREGATION BETH DAVID (Miami's Pioneer Cengxecatlon) 135 N. W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone 2-2176 Office Phone 2-1473 HERMAN H. MARBEIN, Cantor 1134 8. W. 4th St. Phone 3-8172 Permanent Calendar Daily Services 8:00 a. m. _7:00 p. m. 8:30 a.m. Evening Services... Saturday morning.. Sunday morning 8:00 a.m. Shabbos M'Vorchim This Sabbath the Blessing of the New Moon of Sivan will take place. The rabbi will preach in Yiddish on the subject, "A New Approach." Cantor H. Marbein will chant the prayers. Junior congregation will meet at 10:30 a. m. with David Jacobs, Bernard Dickson, and Meyer Greenbberg officiating. Mother's Day Program A beautiful and elaborate Mother's Day program was presented during the assembly last Sunday morning by the dramatic club under the direction of Mrs. Jack Somberg. It was a very lovely sight to see about 60 mothers participating in this program. One of the highlights was the reading of an original poem written by Pvt. Cal Pont, stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga., to his mother, Sadie Pont. Closing Exercises and Picnic Sunday, May 17th the closing exercises of our Sunday School will take place with pupils of 12 classes receiving awards for scholarships. In view of the restriction of the use of tires and gas, and in cooperation with the government in our own small way, it has been decided to dispense with trfe annual picnic in some distant park but in its stead to hold athletic games during the closing exercises. Ice cream and milk in addition to the lunches to be brought by the pupils will be given by the Sisterhood, and prizes for athletic ability will be presented. Parents and members are invited to attend. Confirmation Exercises Sunday evening promptly at 8:15 the confirmation exercises will take place in the synagogue. The confirmands have written original essays summing up the thoughts of Judaism and Jewish Ideals in War Crisis. The confirmands this year are Esther Bain, Bernard Dickson. Sanford Freed, Albert Kahn, Leonard Kaler, Elmer Oliphant, Richard Pollack, Harvey Relman, Joyce Rosengarten. Marcelle Schwartz, Miriam Shaff. Bernard Shenkman, Robert Slatko, Rita Solo(CONTINUED ON PAGE 8) TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rabbi Samuel Halevi Bazon 702 S. E. 12th Street Telephone 1418 Sabbath services, Friday at 8 p. m. Sermon subject: "I Am An American." Religious School. Sunday at 10 a. m. Youth Club. Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Sisterhood meeting, Monday at 8 p. m., in the home of Mrs. L. D. Sklar. 1114 S. E. 7th Street. Sewing for the Red Cross. British War Relief Society, Bundles for America, etc., Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. "A liberal synagogue serving Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale. At the recent annual meeting of the congregation of Temple Emanu-El in Fort Lauderdale, the following officers were elected: president, Moe Katz; vice president, A. M. Robbins; treasurer. Dr. J. Blume; secretary, M. B. Barthold. Directors, Mack Katz, Ben Kaufmann (Hollywood,) William Kirsch, A. A. Newman, Dr. A. A. Shapira, J. A. Voice (Hollywood,) Maurice Weinstein. • %