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The Jewish Floridian ( November 20, 1942 )

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ft*Jewish Florid!iaiin COM8WWC Tllne Jhewnslh lUmiHty #> CTOHY BUY VOLUME 15—No. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS Miami Chapter Active in Service to the Foreign Born The Miami Section of the National Council of Jewish Women, who lias been identified with the! immigration work in this community since 1921, and on a more j intensive scale since the opening of an office in 1938, is giving an \ Institute on Service to Foreign j Born, particularly covering Nati unili/ation and Americanization, for its volunteer group who will assist all those desiring such information and service. This Institute will consist of six one-hour sessions, at which papers are read and lectures given by Mrs. Monte Selig, president; Mrs. Benjamin LeVine, chairman of Service to Foreign Born, and Mrs. Gertrude Davis, executive secretary ofj Service to Foreign Born at the Federation office. W. W. Eyster, district director 1 of Immigration and Naturaliza[ Hon. lectured at Tuesday morn-j tog's session, November 17th, j giving a picture of the general i scope of immigration nationally, | with particular emphasis on the, area of which he is director. H, B. Read, senior examiner in charge of Naturalization in Mi-1 ami. will talk at Friday morning's session, November 20th, his topic to be "General Naturalization Throughout the United States.'* Mrs. Gertrude Davis, executive secretary of Service | to Foreign Born, who is devoting, the major part of her time to port and dock work in this area, will read a paper, also on November 20th, on the local aspects of port j and dock work and what part Miami Section plays in the scene. On Tuesday, November 24th, the Institute will proceed and ac( quaint the volunteers with the method of giving information and tilling out the first papers, or; "Declaration of Intention." Mrs. Benjamin LeVine in charge. On Friday, November 27th. the paper and discussion will be on the filing of second papers, or "Petition for Naturalization," by Mrs. Monte Selig. The final session, on Tuesday, December 1st. will cover the procedure on intake and its involvements, discussed by both Mrs. Monte Selig and Mrs. Benjamin LeVine. Mrs. Walter Bronston, co-chairman of Service to Foreign Born; Mrs. M. Boyd Kay and Mrs. Elmer Scheuer. co-chairmen of Naturalization; Mrs. William Shayne, chairman of Intake, will each be chairman of the day at respective sessions of this Institute. The Council emphasizes that their Naturalization department stands ready to give advice and service to anyone in this area who is not yet a citizen, and if they will telephone the office, which is located at 201 Congress Building, calling 3-6554 for an appointment, they will be taken care of. There is no charge for this service. Advice also will be given on any problem of service to the foreign born. SERVICE MEN ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT CHAPLAINS New York (NCJO— In accordance with requests from chaplains in the field. Dr. A. W. Gottschall. national director of programs in army camps, naval and air bases for the National Conference of Christians and Jews, urges families with men in the armed services to write to the men and encourage them to contact their chaplains. Service men should be assured by their families, says Dr. Gottschall, that "'the chaplains are their best friends." Chaplains will welcome this advice on the part of parents and wives, and will be able to render greater service. MAX GETS MERIT SERVICE A WARD Untirin^Tuns, l„>h servce "f Mark MaX US "^ f ^^A Z Price and rationing boards was rewarded when he received the first OPA certificate of merit awarded in !" ^ <*^f' state OPA headquarters in Jacksonville. Chauncey W. Butler, state OPA director who made the award, sa.d the Dade county organ^a fon was one of the most efficient of any m .8 southeastern state Awarded on a basis of outstanding civilian serv.eeita the waeffort, the certificate was signed by Leon Henderson, Oscar Strauss, jr.. regional OPA director, and Butler. JEWS OP ALGERIA PLEDGE LOYALTY TO ALLIED FORGES London (W N S) — Lieut.-Gcn. Dwight D. Eisenhower, who directed the American occupation of French North Africa, this week received a delegation of leading Algerian Jews, headed by the Chief Rabbi of Algiers, which called upon the American commanding officer to pledge the loyalty and allegiance of the 110,000 Jews in Algeria to the United Nations. The delegation of Algerian Jews urged General Eisenhower to forward its expression of loyalty and friendship to President Roosevelt and to the American people. Reports received here described the interview between the American commanding officer and the leading Algerian Jews as "most cordial" and said that several other high ranking American officers were present during the meeting. Gen. Eisenhower was reported to have assured the Jewish delegation that all anti-Jewish legislation in French North Africa, enforced by Vichy officials, would be abrogated as soon as possible. In several of Algeria's major cities anti-Jewish statutes have already been declared null and void. The American general thanked the Jews of Algeria for their pledges of loyalty and for their friendly reception of American troops. The Algerian Jews voiced a prayer for the safety of President Roosevelt and for a speedy United Nations victory. Synagogues throughout Algeria and French Morocco were crowded last Saturday with Jewish soldiers serving with the British and American forces. Jewish communities in French North Africa made special arrangements to receive the Jewish soldiers. All synagogues services concluded with prayers for the continued well-being of President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Churchill and King George of England. It was reported that many notorious Vichy anti-Semites and pro-Nazis have fled from Algeria and Morocco to Tunisia, fearing arrests and trial by the new civil administration, now in organization, of French North Africa. These anti-Semites had confiscated Jewish properties and looted Jewish homes. ARMY NAVY CHAPLAINS KONORED AT NCCJ DINNER New York (WNS>—The Chief chaplains of the United States Army and Navy were honored here at a dinner held by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. president of the conference, conferred citations on Brig. General William R. Arnold, chief chaplain of the Army and Captain Robert D. Workman, chief chaplain of the Navy, Major Gen. James A. Ulio, adjutant general of the Army, received the citation for Gen. Arnold who was unable to attend. Will H. Hays, president of the Motion Pictures Producers and Distributors of America, presided. What You Must Do to Get Your] Gasoline and Tires (Office of War Information) Mileage rationing coming to Florida November 22 is designed to keep your car rolling by making your tires last. A vital part of the mileage rationing plan is regular inspection of everybody's tires. You must have your tires inspected regularly by an official OPA inspector. He '/ill be found at OPA Official Inspection Stations. Inquire at your local rationing board for location. This is how the tire inspection plan works: 1. Obtain a tire inspection form from your nearest garage or filling station which has been designated as Official Tire Inspector by the local rationing board. Your tire inspection record is attached to the tire record and application for basic mileage ration. On it you will fill in serial numbers of all tires you own. whether mounted on your vehicle or not. 2. You will be denied mileage rations if you or anyone in your household owns any passenger tires (including scrap tires) not mounted on motor vehicles or equipment. You must sell or give such tires to the government under the Idle Tire Purchase Plan. Mounted tires means tires on running wheels including one spare per motor vehicle. 3. The tire inspection record will be signed and returned to you if you have complied with the provisions above. You must keep the tire inspection record in your car at all times. 4. First tire inspection period is between December 1 1942, and January 31, 1943. during which time all vehicles must have their tires inspected by an authorized OPA inspector. He may charge up to 25c per vehicle if no tires are removed. If he removes tires, he may charge 50c per tire. I After January 31. A and basic-D I drivers must have tires inspected I every four months with inspeii tions at least 60 clays apart. B. C, and supplemental-D drivers i must have tires inspected every I two months with inspections at least 30 days apart. 5. The inspector will check the condition of your tires and the serial numbers. If serial numbers differ from those on your record, he will inform the local rationing board, unless you have been authorized to purchase another tire and you have Part D of a Tire Certificate showing any tire serial number not shown on the record. If tires are O. K. he will sign your record. If he finds repairs to tires, tubes, or vehicle necessary for tire conservation, he will not sign the record until you carry out his recommendations. If a tire is worn smooth, he may recommend a recap. In that case he must remove the tire from the wheel to complete the inspection.. If your tire is not fit for recapping, he may recommend replacement. In all cases, he will report any evidence of tire abuse to the local board. 5. You apply to your local board for a rationing certificate if the inspector recommends u recapping service for your tire, or a new or used tire or tub*'. These cannot be obtained, however, without a rationing certificate. If you have complied with all tire and gasoline regulatioa*; and the rationing board finds you are eligible, it may issue a certificate for recapping service or for the grade of tire to which you are entitled. Rationing boards may, at their discretion, for violations of their rules, deny you rubber and gasoline for your automobile. SPEAKERS AT THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR PALESTINE HAPOLO L. ICK.ES DR. ABBA HILLELSH-VER j I I I I These are among the notabfe speakers at the session of the National Council for Palestine of the United Palestine Appeal to be held at the Hotel Biltmore in New York City on Sunday, December 6th.



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PAGE TWO +Je*ist ftcridlan FRIDAY, NOVEMBER an ^ Social •• \ • Personals Clubs Organizations The Greater Miami Chapter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman National Home for Jewish Childannounce the engagement of their ren at Denver, will hold their daughter. Marcie, to Private Hy next regular meeting Tuesday, Coverman. son of Mr. S. CoverNov. 24th at 1:30 p. m. at the .man of New York. Miss Club Bali, 732 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The business session of the meeting will be followed by Man Jongg and cards. • • • Mrs. Herman Seidal of Baltimore. Md.. wife of Dr. Herman Seidel. prominent communal leader of that city, is in Miami for a six week's stay. Her son, Lt. Josh Seidel. formerly a physician in Baltimore before entering the service, is at present taking a specialized course at Miami Beach. While here she is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. Shapoff. Coconut Grove. • • • Dr. Samuel Aronovitz announces the removal of his offices from the duPont Bldg.. to room 1209 Huntington Bldg., Miami. Adelman is a graduate of Miami Senior High School. She is active in organizational work and is a member of the Junior Hadassah and the Y. W. H. A. Mr. Coverman, originally from Philadelphia, graduated from Jefferson High School and prior to his entering the service 10 months ago, was associated with his father in the fur business. He is at present stationed at Camp Bell Haven. The wedding date has been set for January 3rd. • • • Miss Edith Freeman has moved into her new home at 1764 Jefferson Ave.. Miami Beach. • • %  A recent marriage was that of Mrs. Gladys Welsh, formerly Stein. • e • Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido announce the birth of their Wednesday evening, at the Miami Beach Service Men's Center. 1711 Alton Road, a formal dance daughter, Bettina. in observance of Thanksgiving .. ..-•.•_•, holiday will be held. Prizes for Vacationing in Pittsburgh. Pa. various events will be awarded J Ml Ruth Goodstein of Miami during the evening. i Beacn Leslie August 'left Miami!, "f 8 Rsalyn Kle.n is visiting Beach last week for Tallahassee; n Cleveland, Ohio. where he has entered the radio The bar mi'tzvah of Albert, son school in the signal corps of' 0 f M r. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weinthe Army Reserve. \tiaub and grandson of Mr. and A regular mating of Junior Mrs Isidor Cohen Pneer Mi Hadassah. Miami Unit, will be amians wi a P' a Friday held at the home of Mrs. Gladys evemn 9 at th services at TemWalsh. 328 Euclid Ave.. Miami ple Israel A reception will folBeach. Monday evening at 8:30. low m Ka P lan Hal1 tendered by New members of the group inthe P arent of the confirmand. elude Miss Shirley Mandell. Miss Morris Dub % ri # i2S3 10th strcet Shirley Parmet. Miss Claire MaiMlaml Boach ls convalcscing at bin. Miss Rose Shechtman and st Francis Hospital. Miss Ruth Platt. • • • T-. >..?.•,• ... Morris Binder has returned to Dav.d H. Freedmar. is m Mithe cit a{ter spendi the sum ami from Norfolk. Va.. visiting mer m New York and vi inia his wife Mildred. ^ j He is residing at the PaxkwaVi Mrs. Benj. London, 2840 Fair1425 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach, green Drive. Miami Beach, will | JeS8e Now rna J^Ti^ hcro A luncheon and card party will will be held at 12:30 o'clock at Fu Manchu restaurant, 438 41st Street. Miami Beach, on November 20th, for the purpose of enabling members of the National Council of Jewish Women. Miami Section, to earn their pledges for the Donor's Fund. Mrs. Anna Cohen, chairman of the ways and means committee, is in charge. Tickets may be procured at the door for $1.00. • • e The Brith Milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shapiro, took place Sunday afternoon at their residence, 60 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated. • • • Honoring Rabbi Max Shapiro's tenth year in Miami and with the Beth David Congregation, the Beth David Sisterhood is planning a reception in his honor Sunday evening, November 29th FRANCES K. POWELL OPENS DINING ROOM_THURX Frances K. Powell, i n the din ing room and restaurant busing on M.am, Beach for the p?S years, is announcing the nJ„ of her uHra-modcrn^ffi 1 Room of Tomorrow" to be K at 625 41st Street, Miami SS The place will open to the iS" lie Thanksgiving Day at 571 w.th a special m enu for the *' easier^ For the past three y e £, Mrs. Powell conducted the fi room at the Alb.on Hotel ^ S*S2! f or hcrself an *B reputation as operating a "R en dezvous for Lovers of Go,*i Food." Last spring JJ took over the entire hotelTd Mrs. Powell was forced to v a cate She moved to the Cadillac Hotel where her patrons followed. Ewly this month the al pursued her there and moved m open her home Tuesday at 1:30 ,' f rom Nt>w Y()rk ', h d !" f >L n00 A 0 K Car S r d ma K *>**** aw y Wednesday evening jongg to benefit the Beth Jacob i,„u„„ ; „ „_:._, Talmud Torah. sponsored by the Sisterhood. Mrs. Albert Rahoff V553 "f "/ JJl 2?S ...:n -v.i 1. l006 %  w 'th St. He was a member of the Claitnn Masonic Lodge. Scottish Rite, Life Mcmber Mecca Shrine Lodge No 1 and Mrs. Rose Boyarsky. wn,, 1 j xi *.*, r-'ks Lodge No. 1. and was past Mrs. Rhea Gilstein, formerly Patron of the Composite Chapter. Epstein, has returned to the I: s New York He leaves a will chairman the event and will be assisted by Mrs. Pauline Grundwerg. Mrs. Anna Berow rity for an indefinite stay. The Family of The Late Morris Wroobel Thank their many friends for the kindnesses shown in their recent bereavement and for the many thoughtful considerations and services rendered. REV. AND MRS. NATHAN WROOBEL Parents MRS. ESTHER SPIEGEL Sister wife. Julia, a son Cy of Jackson1 ville, and a brother Joseph of New York. The remains will be sent to New York Friday, by the Palmer Funeral Chapel, for services and interment. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Refined, middle aged Jewish woman. 48. wants to locate in motherless home or with male adults needing someone to take care of household. Will exchange references. Write Mrs. Bell, care Box 2973, Miami. Mrs. Joseph Deutsch The marriage of Miss Eadie Feinberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Feinberg. 421 Hibiscus Island, to Mr. Joseph Deutsch of Chicago, is being announced by her parents. The marriage took place October 15, at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Milton Feinberg, in Chicago, with Rabbi Pekarsky of Northwestern University performing the ceremony. The bride who attended Miami High School, is an honor graduate of Northwestern, graduating Cum Laude and making the Mortar Board in her Junior year. She served as secretary to Dr. Abram Sachar, director of National Hillel Foundations at the University of Illinois and is now assistant director of Hillel at Northwestern University. Mr. Deutsch. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deutsch of Jolict, 111., received his Bachelor of Science degree at the U of Illinois and is now completing his Masters degree in Social Administration. After a short honeymoon the couple is now residing at 1101 Columbus Ave.. Chicago. at the Talmud Torah auditorium I Mrs. Powell moved out anrt u finally.located on 41st street, a place she believes will be wr manent. ^ under the chairmanship of Mrs. Stanley C. Myers. • • • Mrs. Elizabeth Urban has returned to her home in Miami Beach after spending three months with her children in the North. MOSCOW JEWS MESSAGE OF GREETING TO STALIN FRANCES K. POWELL ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HER ULTRA-MODERN. AMERICAN-JEWISH DINING ROOM OF TOMORROW at the new location 625 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH on THURSDAY. THANKSGIVING DAY NOVEMBER 26th. 1942 THE ULTIMATE IN FINE FOOD Kindly Phone 5-1646 for Reservations Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Bast • It Costs No More OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. C hicago TOWER THEATRE AIR-CONDITIONED 8. W. 8th St. at 15th Fri.. Nov. 20—Last Day 2 ATTRACTIONS! 'STRICTLY IN THE GROOVE' Musical Comedy—With Ozzie Nelson and His Band Leon Errol, Martha Tilton plus The Feature Length Laff Riot 'ABOUT FACE WITH WILLIAM TRACY JOE SAWYER • • • Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and Sun. Thru Wed. Nov. 21-25 BETTY GRABLK JOHN PAYNE CARMEN MIRANDA Harry James and His Band I" IN Springtime In The Rockies" IN TECHNICOLOR Moscow (WNS)—The Jewish religious community of Moscow sent the following message to Premier Stalin on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the October Revolution: "On behalf of the Board of the Moscow Jewish Community and all religious Jews, on the' day of the 25th anniversary of the October Revolution, we offered up our prayers with the Torah in our hands, fervently asking the Almighty to grant you, beloved leader and the man chos-1 en by the Lord to express as you are the will of a great people i 200.000.000 strong, long life and strength so that your wisdom may bring about the speedy and complete destruction of Hitler, the' vile enemy of our beloved country and of all freedom-loving people." Mrs. Powell also specializes in catering luncheon and dinner affairs and parties for clubs and societies. Business Girl desires samt to •hare nice apartment; reasonable; close-in. Phone 2-1604, Saturday afternoon or Sunday The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry MSM&& m$ *•*! RH •>."> THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES mourn iitBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI WHY LET A STRANGER SELECT YOUR BURIAL SITE? Make sure that your family will be together forever—by providing your own private family plot. No one wants a stranger to make a decision that affects his family. Yet. that is exactly what happens to many families who do not own a private plot. In the moment of shock and sadness, you would leave the choice of a burial plot to the first wellmeaning person who came along. How can such a person make a selection that affects those dear to you? The choice must be yours and yours alone. Don't force your family to buy a plot "blindly." Don't leave yourself in the position of having to make a most important decision at the moment of greatest sadness. Provide now a beautiful family plot in Mount Nebo. Perpetual Car* Title Insurance Lote may be purchased on convenient terme Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU sw



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1942 Jewish fkridimri PAGE THREE \ ,L Greater Miami Army and Navy JvfmniUee of the National Jew h Welfare Hoard. The committee toeludes William I. Boxerman. chairSan Benjamin Bronston. Fred K. JS;,„.'het and Paul Weltzman. (Contributions to this column are --homed, particularly In the form of liners received here from Oreater Miami boys now in the service.) Thumbnail Sketches We hear that J. Aron Abbott. former president of Miami's Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, now is a corporal and slated for officer training at the Beach soon. Morton R. Berman. former Miami attorney, an ensign in the United States navy, is serving as recorder of summary courts martial board. Norman Bernstein, who enlisted as a private last April, has been promoted to corporal and sent to the army signal corps radio school at New York City. Hoy Bernstein is stationed as a second class yoeman at Camp Endicott. R. 1. Abraham Bodenstein has been made a technical sergeant at the radio school in Camp White. Ore. He is attached to headquarters and awaiting assignment as an instructor. He wries his parents that he is "very happy" and enjoys army life. Jack Chertek, who entered the army in March. 1941 has been promoted to staff sergeant ... He is in the medical corps, stationed at the staff hospital in Camp Davis, N. C. Matthew Cohen [ OF hv l T h h e\ub.lc ,y re.a1?o t rc i



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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1942 fJewisti fUridifun PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. M. SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.: Religious School. Monday-Thursday. 3:45 DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M. CONG BETH DAVID 116 N. W. Third Ave., Miami MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi Kesidence Phone. 2-2176 1.0UIS HAYMAN. Cantor ,r N W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1473 Late Friday Evening Services Services will be conducted Friday evening by Rabbi Max Shapiro. Cantor Hayman, assisted by the Beth Jacob choir of boys and girls will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro will continue the discussion of last week, based upon the subject, "What Are Our Soldiers Thinking About?" Immediately after the services Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant will serve as hosts at a reception in honor of their son Elmer's birthday. Sh-Losh Seudos Every Saturday immediately after the Mincha at 6 o'clock Sh-Losh Seudos takes place. At times a discussion is led among the participants by the rabbi on pertinent problems. Sunday School The Teachers' Training group was in charge of the program last Sunday morning during the assembly, and the post confirmation will conduct the program this Sunday. Parents are cordially invited to attend assembly every Sunday morning at 11:30. In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten of beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life and whoso Yahrzeiten occur this coming week will be mentioned from the pulpit during the services Friday night. Rilke. mother of Louis Gordon; Mordecai, father of Mrs. Louis Miller; Aida, mother of Mrs. Hoffman; Ester, mother of Mrs. Hurry Oliphant; Mayer Shimon, father of Mrs. A. Rubin; Isser, son of Louis Weinkle; Yechabcd, mother of the late Wolf Blutstein. Book Series The Sisterhood has completed its plans for a series of Book Reviews to be given by Rabbi Max Shapiro during the winter months. The first review of the series will take place the evening of January 18th at which time the rabbi will review "They Were Expendable" by W. W. White, and "The Raft" by Trumbull. For your tickets please contact the office, or the chairman. Mrs. Jack August. The series of four reviews is $1.00. Food Sale The Sisterhood's annual food sale, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Sam Dickson, will take place throughout the day, Wednesday, November 25th. There will be booths at the Dade Kosher Market. 159 N. W. Fifth St., and at Snyder's Vegetable Market, 1167 West Flagler Street. Only home baked pastries will be sold. TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. K. 19th St. Ph. 2-7743 RAHHI JACOB 11. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Krthbi Knieritus 6996 Indian Creek Drive Miami lleach l'h. 6-1205 RAHHI COLMAN A. 7.WITMAN 5400 UiGorce Price, Miami lteach Phmie 6-1738 Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. Bar Mitzvah Mr. and Mrs. Syydney L. Weintraub announce the bar mitzvah of their son Albert, to be held at Temple Israel services Friday at 8:15 p. m. A reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents. Religious School Classes on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn, and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services Friday evening the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Moses Marks, father of Mrs. Hyman Kaplan; Joseph Lang, father of Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal; Ida Bloom, mother of H. H. Bloom. Yahrzeits: Samuel Jacobson, father of Mrs. Frank Coret; Julius Gustav Mendelson, son of Lou Mendelson; David Boniske, husband of Mrs. D. Boniske; Adolph M. Seckbach, father of Mrs. Douglas Raff and Mrs. Harry Boyell; Isadore Lipton, father of Joseph M. Lipton; Herbert Theobald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Eppstein; Henrietta Bowman, mother of Mrs. J. Damenstein; Ellen DcCastro Williams, mother of Henry D. Williams; Max Zcicntz, father of Louis Zeientz; Joseph Seidenberg, father of J. M. Seidenberg. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 141.") Ruelid Avenue, Miami ISeaoh DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, Kubbi 1536 Jefferson Avenuo Phone 6-4781 or 5-4732 SCHAAREI ZEDEK (OATKS OF JISTICE) 1545 S. W. Third Street Miami. Florida MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX B90 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla. LEWIS GREEN, Sexton 1411 S. W. Fifth Street Talmud Torah Talmud Torah is open daily on week days from 4 to 6 p. m. Sunday School opens at 10 a. m. and all parents are urged to send their children. Congregational A young rabbi will officiate this morning at the synagogue. Sisterhood The Sisterhood card party held at the home of Mrs. R. Sakowitz proved to be a success. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Bspanola Way Miami Beach Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky Will speak during the Saturday morning services. The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 630 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch group meets Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are invited. YESHIVA CENTER U Michigan Avenue Miami Iieach The Yeshiva Educational Center, located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, conducts daily services each week day at 8 a. m. and Saturdays at 9. Evening services at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J. Shulman will address the gathering. CONG BETH ABRAHAM 535 N. W. Fifth Ave.. Miami JSJGUST BROS. Ry^ Is the BEST Guest Speaker Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei will be guest speaker at the Friday night services November 20th at 8 o'clock. His subject is "A Fugitive's Dream." Cantor A. D.. Wolf and the Center choir will conduct the services. A reception in the social hall will follow the services. Dr. Bension Will speak at the services on Saturday, November 21st, at 10:40 a. m. on the subject of "Building Character with Hard Stones." Bar Mitzva The bar mitzva of Seymour, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Schwartz, will be celebrated at the Saturday morning services. The Center extends heartiest congratulations to the bar mitzvah and his family. Kiddush and refreshments will follow the services. Bible Class Morris Gershon conducts a Bible Class every Saturday at 5 p. m. The Psalms are the present subject of study. Oneg Shabbos Service men especially are invited to participate in the Sabbath joy socials held every Saturday in the social hall at 6:15 p. m. Cantor Wolf leads in community singing of the traditional Sabbath songs and modern Palestinian melodies. Refreshments are served. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sandow will be hosts this Saturday. Community Social Hours Community social gatherings are held every Saturday at 8 p. in. in the Center social hall. An opportunity is provided for games and entertainment in a very pleasant social environment. Valuable prizes in War Stamps and Bonds will be awarded. No admission is charged and all are welcome. Classes in Spanish have been organized which meet at the Center every Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. Pvt. Salvatorc Garnfolo is the instructor. There are no charges. Those desiring to take the present course must enroll no later than Sunday. November 22. Service Men Dances Entertainments and dances are held every Tuesday night in the Center social hall. Miss Brotman, soprano, and Miss Anuyta Melicov, noted pianist, will provide the musical program Tuesday, November 24 at 8 p. m. Red Cross Volunteer Unit The Center Red Cross Volunteer Unit under the direction of Mrs. Esther Levy, has won high commendation for the services it has rendered to hundreds of soldiers for alterations and repairs cheerfully and gratuitously rendered. This sewing circle meets four days a week, Mondays to Thursdays from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Ladies who can devote even a little spare time are urged to come and help. Sisterhood Card Party The Sisterhood will hold its first card party of the season on Sunday night, November 22nd in the Center social hall, which has been beautifully decorated for the occasion. Admission, induing refreshments is 50c Valuable door and individual table prizes will Services Late Friday evening services will be conducted by Rabbi Simon April. Cantor Moses Teitelbaum will have charge of the musical program. Refreshments will be served by the Ladies Auxiliary. Sisterhood Party Mrs. P. Sokoloff and Mrs. S. Stone will be hostesses at a card party to be held at the synagogue starting at 8 o'clock Sunday evening, Nov. 22. Educational Rabbi Simon April, formerly of Butler, Pa., arrived last week and has assumed his duties with the congregation. He will have charge of the Sunday School and Talmud Torah. Sunday School aditional registration as well as for the Talmud Torah which will start regular classes Monday, November 23, can be made Sunday morning or any week day from 3 to 6. Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary will hold a regular meeting. Wednesday afternoon at the congregation at 2 o'clock. BETH JACOB CONG Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami lleach MOSES MBSCHELOFF, Rabbi 711 Ih. 5-7133 BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street, Miami Reach Phone 5-793 s M MACHTEI, Rabbi 1450 S. vV. i.in terrace, .Miami Rhone 2-2579 Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak Saturday morning at the services on the Portion of the Week. Rabbi Kagan may be reached, rded Tickets may be seat 437 S. W. 15th Ave., phone I" (CONTINUED ON PAGE 7) Sabbath Services Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbiemeritus of Temple Israel and president of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association, will be guest rabbi at the late service tonight. His sermon topic will be "Israel's Dream." A speaker from a national patriotic society will also be present to bring a brief message on a timely national issue. At the Sabbath morning service Rabbi Machtei will be at Beth Sholom Center and will speak on "A Bargain with God."' Following the Friday evening service there will be a social period at which Mrs. Henrietta Berger and Mrs. J. Bishop will be hostesses as representatives of the Sisterhood. Adult Classes The adult class in Jewish Science will meet at 11 a. m. Sunday. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "The Power of Gratitude." using the Thanksgiving Day theme as it may be applied daily. Classes in Domestic Science will be announced next week. Registration is open -to married men and women even though not members of Beth Sholom Center. Juniors Beth Sholom Juniors will meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the Center. 'Teen age boys and girls are invited to join. The juniors will present a portion of the Chanukah program now in rehearsal by the Religious School. The Chanukah program is scheduled for Sunday evening, Dec. 6. Se'udah Shlishith Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin will be hosts at Se'udah Shlishith Saturday afternoon, following Mincha at 5 o'clock. Rabbi Machtei will speak. Friday Night Service Chaplain Camillus Angel will conduct a late service for all Jewish service men in the area at our community building Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Bar Mitzva Statnley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith, will celebrate hi3 becoming a bar mitzva during the services Saturday morning. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will address the boy, and speak on the theme "Going Forth." Cantor Maurice Mamches will chant the services. Plaque Presentation The Beth Jacob Service Club will officially present to the synagogue a beautiful plaque bearing the names of all members and sons of members of Beth Jacob congregation who are now serving in the armed forces. The presentation will take place in our synagogue building Sunday at 3 p. m. Our cantor will chant approriate melodies. Our rabbi will address the audience. Greetings will be brought by prominent people in our community. All our members are urged to be present; the public at large is cordially invited. Religious School Our Sunday sessions faculty has been increased with the engagement of Miss Beulah Sugarman. Mr. Tannen will instruct one of our high school grades. Miss Sugarman will take the place of Miss Betty Smith who has retired to be married next week. Registration of children for daily and Sunday classes is held Sundays from 10 to noon, and week days from 4 to 7 p. m. Service Men's Wives Club A nutrition class is being held for members each Friday at 1:30 p. m. Regular meetings are held each Tuesday at 2:00 p. m. Service Club Our Service Men's Club is open each week day from 7 to 11 p. m. and each Sunday from 3 to 11 p. m. in our Community building. Refreshments served each evening. Kosher sandwiches are distributed each Sunday. Entertainments are presented a number of evenings each week. TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1 SOI South Andrews Avenue Ft. Iiuderdale. Florida RAHIII SAMIKL 1IA1.ICV1 BARON 705 8. K. 9th Street l'h. 141S 9-2295. —Buy War Bonds TodaySabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. with sermon by the rabbi. Service men are always welcome. Military services Sunday at 9 a. m. in the post chapel at Boca Raton Field, with the rabbi in charge. 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lifiiojtff|l^^ PAGE SIX vJewistncrklian THE TIME HAS COME! By PAUL WEITZMAN "The time has come.'* the Walrus said. "To talk of many things: Of shoes—and ships—and sealing wax— Of cabbages—and kings— Ana why the sea is boiling hot— And whether pigs have wings." —DODGSON When Dodson engaged his Walrus in a conversation with the carpenter, as above, it is doubtful whether he ever even remotely expected it to be quoted—certainly not corrupted to interpret the accompanying article. But the time has come to talk of many things, and some of the things contained in the quotation. Of shoes of "Marching Men," and ships that sail the seas that boil hotter than a chattering kettle on the hearth. Of pigs that fly in Messerschmidts and monkeys in Zero planes. Of men who would be kings mightier than the mightiest that came before. Men who have taken powers reserved to only one Supreme Being, without the mercy that tempers His justice. Men to whom justice means less than nothing when applied to others than themselves. Men whose only object is to enslave a universe as they have enslaved a continent. And of men of a different breed. Men who die that you may be free to live; for living under the axis yoke is but a living death without benefit of "the peace that passeth all understanding:" Men who die that the seven seas again may be the trail ways of a world at peace—once more tree of hostile air. surface and nub-surface craft. And of the men who work the clock 'round to produce the PALMER Funeral Chapel 2001 W. FLAKIER ST. A, & u L A c N E CE 9-2664 FRIDAY. NOVElgER ^ "material" without which we could not survive, much less help other freedom loving nations. And of the men who till the soil and harvest the crops now so necessary to feed a world. And of the men who do none of these things but whose honor, lives and fortunes are plcgded with their Country to safeguard our freedom. And of such individuals that fall into none of these categories and who are so blind that they cannot pamper themselves without affecting the men in advance bases; who by their inertia may change the course of civilization for a number of centuries. And there are none so blind as those that will not see. Nor none so deaf as those that will not hear. Importunities fall upon deaf ears and sightless eyes. But there must come an awakening an awakening to the horror that stalks the world, ready to engulf the unwitting and unwary. In the fable, a little pig laughed at the big. bad wolf—but he built his house of brick. He, unlike his brothers prepared for tlie day when his house would be under fire. But unlike the fable we are dealing with an enemy to whom isolated protected points mean' nothing. To overcome this en' emy no single factor may be j overlooked else he will discover the chink in the armor, the heel of Achilles. Illustrations and examples can be recalled by the score that will point out roads of duty to those not in the armed forces and defense work but it isn't as necessary to show what can be done as it is to emphasize that things must be done. Neither is it important to pose a question, rhetorical or otherwise—the first requires no response and the other does. Words are not required, but work is. "What do you read, my lord? Words, words, words." — Shakespeare. Dr. Samuel Aronovitz Announces the Removal of His Offices from the duPont Bldg. to 1209 Huntington Building Phone 2-1565—2-8200 PHONE 2-3891 DAILY DELIVERY 11-1 P. M. GENERAL KOSHER MARKET FRESH MEATS. I. PASHKOW III' GROCERIES, ill GRADE VEGETABLES AND DELICATESSEN 1169 W. FLAGLER STREET. MIAMI for SAFETY., &f and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In HAE FBM3KAL •* MIAMI A SAVINGS INSTITUTION Which has never paid lest thmn 3% on insured savings. RESOURCES OVER $6,000,000 J. M. LIPTON. President 45 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven R 6 liability and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 at any time for further information as to any of the advertisements listed below or to fill any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. VIA VI A Mi.ltiple-Vit.imin Product Also Full Information Upon Request 1454 N. W. 36th Street Call. Write, or PHONE 3-8211 WAR CONDITIONS REDUCE AUTO LIABILITY COSTS Prominent Insurance Agency Explains War Time Emergency Reductions of Automotive Rates %  W PHONE T. T 2-3I5I V INSURANCE i*9L SEYBOLD tfi <£>.. BUILDING JJTl -Buy War Savings Bonds— Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray ll 38 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami —Buy War Bonds TodayAnnoyed or Damaged by INSECTS TERMITES RODENTS A. A. EXTERMINATING CO. CALL 4-1375 2388 W. FLAGLER ST. FREE ADVICE and INSPECTION For more than a generation Leo Ackerman, president of the Ackerman Insurance Agency, Inc., has fashioned the insurance protection to fit the particular net —The strategic and military importance of Palestine in the Mediterranean campaign and the necessity ol mobilizing American Jewry to help the Palestine community carry out its vital war tasks will Made From Fresh Oranges be fully discussed at the National Council for Palestine at the Biltmore Hotel on Sunday, December 6, it was announced here this week by Dr. Abba Hillel Silver. National Chairman of the United Palestine Appeal. Secretary of Interior Harold L. I Ickes will be the guest of honor ; at a dinner which will conclude the day-long deliberations, Dr. I Silver said. Other speakers will include Dr. Chaim Wcizmann. President of the Jewish Agency I for Palestine and the World Zionist Organization. Pierre van %  Paassen, Dr. Stephen S. Wise, i Judge Morris Rothenberg. Nathan Straus. Martin Agronsky and Sylvan Gotshal. "The freeing of the Mediterancan from Facist domination opens new vistas for the development of Palestine and the Middle East and at the same time places responsibilities on the va| liant Jewish community in Palestine in carrying forward the military plans of the United Nations", Dr. Silver said. Palestine at the crossroads of the ancient world, now resumes its military role, the most important communications center. It %  a pivotal point on the most direct route for materials to the Soviet Union via Iraq and Iran. saving the 4.000 mile voyage from Suez to Dandar Shahpur. If the traffic is too great for existing facilities, we can expeci the early completion of the long projected Haifa-Baghdad railroad. With the loyal Ja* population mobilizing all W w sources to aid the war effort. Palestine will now be an important base for the coming invasw of Europe." Dr. Silver pointed BE 100^ WITH YOUR



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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1942 vjewist fk>ridkn PAGE SEVEN ENCOURAGE TO ENTER Chicago—Plans for encouraging Jewish women not now employed to enter the labor market as a contribution toward solving the war manpower shortage will be laid before the first war-time meeting of the Women's Supreme Council of B'nai B'rith, which will hold its annual conference at the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago, December 1st and 2nd. Sponsorship of and participation in community projects for the provision of increased neighborhood nursing facilities for children of working women and the post-war role of American women will also be discussed during a two-day appraisal of BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not BMt Becnui. BiggMt But—Biggeit BKIUM BMt the war service record of the 50,000 B'nai B'rith women and girls since Pearl Harbor, with a' view to an expansion of their war service activities. This third annual meeting of the Women's Supreme Council, which coordinates the war service efforts as well as the educational, philanthropic and youth welfare projects of the six B'nai B'rith [ women's grand lodges and their more than 400 senior and junior groups in 265 communities, will also be the occasion for a review of what the distaff side has contributed to the growth of B'nai B'rith, which entered its 100th year of service on October 13th. Presiding over the sessions of the Council will be its president, Mrs. Lenore D. Underwood of San Francisco. Other officers and members of the Council are: Mrs. Maurice Turner, Chicago, first vice-president; Mrs. Lawrence Koenigsberger, Washington, D. C, second vice-president; Mrs. Abram Orlow, Philadelphia, third vice-president; Mrs. Ida Cook Farber, New York City, secretary; Mrs Albert Weldman, Cleveland, treasurer; Mrs. Morris Steinhorn, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs. Cele Segelbaum, St. Louis; Miss Bella Fox, Philadelphia; Mrs. Michael Gordon, Berkeley, Calif.; Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Miami, Fla.; Mrs. Benjamin Samuels and Mrs. Arthur Laufman, Chicago. STRICTLY Tidbits from Everywhere by PHINEAS J. BIRON PALM BEAQH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative Friends of Sam Goldberg, who resided here for several years before moving to Los Angeles, will regret to learn of his death last week in California. Mr. and Mrs. Louis William Aucrbach, nee Pearl Rosenblatt, 739 Kaye St., announce the birth of a son, Harry, at the Good Samaritan Hospital. B'nai B'rith Lodge was host at a card party and buffet lunch Wednesday evening at Schwartzberg Hall. Proceeds of the affair went towards the Service Men's Recreation Center activities. Election of officers took place at a joint meeting of the Beth El Cong, and Sisterhood held last Tuesday night. Refreshments were served following the business session. The B'nai B'rith Ladies Auxiliary held their first semi-annual monthly meeting at Sher Hall Monday noon. There were about thirty members present. A luncheon was served by the Sisterhood of Beth El. Chairman was Mrs. Frank Barer, assisted by Mrs. Helen Freedman. Mrs. Helen Hirschkorn and Mrs. Hyman Kapner. A short meeting followed. "EAT HOLSUM BREAD" AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach. Florida For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES ,-* Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the LS3UAr lawa. Hold exclusively by— HUGHES SEED STORE in i. MIAHI Avi. mom Mm Alka-Seltzer H AVE you tried Alka-Sclt*er for CM on Stomach, Sour Stomach, • %  Morning After" and Cold Dlitreear If not, why not! Pleasant, prompt in action. effective. Thirty cents cents. and Sixty OR MIL .-.NERVINE p. 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In a statement, Selective Service said that employees who continue to practice discrimination "may find all sources of workers closed to them by refusal of National Selective Service to issue permits for workers to seek employment with them:" Complaints had been made to Selective Service from a number of quarters that some employers particularly in Toronto, were showing discrimination against applicants of certain races. The matter has been under careful study since that time. The manpower problem is most acute in highly-industrialized centres, and Selective Service felt any discrimination on racial grounds might seriously reduce the available supply of labor. One recent protest was made by the Canadian Jewish Congress which sent a delegation to Ottawa to interview Elliott M. Little, Director of National Selective Service. The Congress delegates said they had received reports that some Selective Service officers were lending themselves to continuance by employers of discriminatory practices. *"ST-;! !*Vri'



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**'.._..-. ?!*r2r.' ?=^^feirl5S?S PAGE EIGHT B'nai B'rith & Not e s By Paul Weitzman More years ago than we care to look back upon we were, in the vernacular, a "sloppy messman" on the United States Army Transport Buford (now we're definitely dated) and characteristic of sailors of that day even in the steward's department, used to say. 'more days, more dollars." Today we sit behind a desk. and on occasion deal in "cliches." which is bad. and are not above slipping in a pun. once in awhile, which is worse. And here it is another Tuesday evening, and another "colyum" must be batted out to fill the rapacious maw of the "Floridian" before it is put to bed. So now again "the time has come" the Walrus said, "to talk of many things." The last time we started a column with this quotation. Freddy Shochet's editorial blue pencil wrote "finis"— that was the end. But this time we'll tell you of B'nai B'rith and Ben B'riths and. what's the name of lady B'riths? So we'll be inside the charmed circle. National A.Z.A. Sabbath Last Sabbath eve was Friday, the 13th. the day generally accepted as a day of ill omen. The strong of back, but weak in mind, are fearful of walking under ladders, of black cats or other greater or lesser superstitions. But the strong of mind, the enlightened, look with disdain upon such superstitions. And didn't "we" start what turned out to be the greatest naval victory in history on that day in the Solomons? So. on Friday the 13th, through the length and breadth of these United States, wherever A.Z.A. Chapters have their being, the Sabbath Services were conducted ed in synagogues and temples by A.Z.A.'s. Miami Chapter A.Z.A. conducted services at Temple Israel and the sermon was delivered by Marvin Goldman. Beth David Congregation witnessed and parREAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Real Estate SALES L EASES B. E. BRONSTON "Trustworthy Service" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5888 tieipatcd in religious services 1 and ceremonies conducted by Sigma Rho Chapter, an A.Z.A. group still in its probationary | stage, the sermon being delivered by Davi Jacobs. And Miami Beach Chapter A.Z.A. conducted: services at the Miami Beach Jew-] %  ish Center with Seymour Brenner delivering the sermon. All phases of the religious services i were conducted throughout by i the A.Z.A. boys. The "busy bees" (B.Z.B.s to you) helped admirably by their attendance at each of these congregations, lending their moral support to the occasion, and phyj sically aiding by helping with the refreshments, where refreshments were provided. The activities of the A.Z.A.'s and B.Z.B.'s should not be dismissed lightly with an "en passant" item. B'nai B'rith. who fathers the A.Z.A.'s and the La| dies Auxiliary, which mothers the B.Z.B.'s may well be proud of their sons and daughters. They are the future leaders of the par: ent organizations and of the I community. Ladies Auxiliary Elections Unlike Sholem Lodge, which will have an election without a contest and which will wind up with a back-slapping mutual admiration society, the ladies may indulge in a hair-pulling match to determine which of ten charming ladies shall deliberate as board of directors out of the twelve nominated to that board. Except for this contest all will be quiet at the election, but here arc' the names of those nominated to all offices: President, Mrs. Sam Silver; first vice-president. Mrs. S. B. Miller: second vice-president. Mrs. E. Albert Pallot; recording secretary. Mrs. Joseph A. Berman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert Green; financial sec, retary. Mrs. Harold Turk; treas-; urer. Mrs. Jack August; monitor. Mrs. Jennie Rotfort; board of directors. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs. Louis Heiman. Mrs. Frank Coret, j Mrs. Milton A. Friedman. Mrs. • Walter Kovner, Mrs. Leo Eisenj stein, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. ] Benjamin Landan. Mrs. R. Levey,! Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. David Catsman and Mrs. S. Fleishman. | We can't decide whether the ; ladies are checking on their husi bands or vice versa. Too bad wc don't list again the officers of Sholem Lodge, but we don't have to; just remove the "Mrs." from most of the names listed above and there they will be! Fifty-Five Service Stars The number is swelling since the last count with Joe Swartz, he of the East Coast Fisheries, in the Coast Guard; Emanuel Weinkle in the navy, stationed at Key West; Aaron Weinkle in the army at Camp Blanding; and in the army air force went Jack Mintzer. whose organization. East Coast Bags and Metals Co. received the War Production Board's Merit Banner. We know these Ben Brith's added to the others will make "waste materials" (there goes one of those puns we were telling you about) of our enemies. B'nai B'rith Captains—Note You are cordially invited to attend a dinner meeting on December 1. 1942. 6:30 p. m.. at the Palatial Restaurant. 265 N. E. 2nd Street. Miami. Dutch treat. Bring ideas. Please make no other appointments. This is important. +Jewisi> ncrk/iar FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William /<4fe jjr ThN E SAI.I.V KIliK.sTl INK PAUL WEITZMAN, Attorney II 6-13-20-2" U \ I WANT MY MILK Estab 1924 And Bo Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Products" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Biblical Research' If all the tracts issued by "biblical research societies" and similar groups formed to convert the Jews to Christianity were laid end to end, they would probably circle the globe And if only those funds devoted to such purposes were turned into more productive channels, there might be less anti-Semitism in this world. Walking down a Miami thoroughfare in the downtown district, we ran across a Bible Research Hall (pretty pretentious title for a one-room storeroom). Available for free distribution in a leaflet rack on the outside of the door were no fewer than twelve different publications directed to Jews, urging their conversion to the only "true" religion—Christianity. The leaflets were attractively gotten up with an appeal in both English and Yiddish. Having some idea of printing costs we marveled at the quality of print job and the expense of the paper. Seeing the Light The most interesting part of this whole business is the role played by converted Jews in it. A Jewish convert seems to be the head of one of the mission groups under whose auspices some of the pamphlets were issued While we have no reason to doubt the sincerity of the reverend gentleman, it would seem to us that with the whole world in flames because of the collapse of Judeo-Christian ideals he could spend his energies and money more productively in teaching the Christian world something about Christianity. As to the confessional stories related in the tracts, telling how Jews miraculously saw the light and embraced Christianity—they remind us of the Billy Sunday revivals and the type of person ing Undertanding lessens conflict Lack of understanding creat* suspicion and hatred The N tional Conference of Christ,^ and Jews hits the na il on J head with its slofian ..„ world safe for differences." As a concrete illustration, take an event that transpired last Sunday, something which has not happened in Miami within the memory of the older residents Nor does it happen anywhere in the country more than a few times ... A Jewish rabbi not alone preached the sermon but conducted the entire Sunday services for a Christian congregation whose pastor was out of the city^ "Fetters ot Ignorance The rabbi was Dr. Jacob H Kaplan, the church the First Unitarian of Miami ... Of course it was entirely fitting that Dr. Kaplan should occupy the pulpit in preference to any other member of the Jewish clergy For he, a rabbi in Israel, was in a substantial degree responsible for the founding of a Unitanan church in Miami ... He also secured the assistance of others in contributing financially toward the initial budget of the church. The event was in keeping with the statement of James Marshall. editor of the Unitarian bulletin. which has the motto, "Unitarians would be freed from the fetters of ignorance, the bigotry of orthodoxy, the intolerance of sectarianism, the bonds of creeds'' Tolerance and Intolerance Jim Marshall himself is the kind of Christian that every liberal Miamian ought to know ., We admire the grasp that he has of inter-group relations Apropos of Dr. Kaplan's appearance in the pulpit. Jim comments that he always disliked the word "tolerance." ... He hates to hear another Christian say that he is "tolerant" of the Jews, or whites or negroes ... He feels, as do we, that it is understanding, not tolerance that is needed ... As Jim phrases it, "The word 'tolerance' is unctuous, sanctimonious. egocentric There is no virtue in sitting down at a club luncheon between a Jew and a Catholic The man who feels that by so doing he is 'tolerant' is intolerant' ... A fair-minded person never thinks of religious distinctions ... To him men are men." Gut Shabbos! I % vV & L!* S^ : %  •-•• .-•a*". • -. HONE 21141 21S. W. 2n c/Ave. Miami. ***Z 4** te J^mshfloiridmr\ Printer/and Publishers


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Miami, Fla
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November 20, 1942

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Began in 1927?
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-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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of an office in 1938, is giving an \
Institute on Service to Foreign j
Born, particularly covering Nat- i
unili/ation and Americanization,
for its volunteer group who will
assist all those desiring such in-
formation and service. This In-
stitute will consist of six one-hour
sessions, at which papers are read
and lectures given by Mrs. Monte
Selig, president; Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine, chairman of Service to
Foreign Born, and Mrs. Gertrude
Davis, executive secretary ofj
Service to Foreign Born at the
Federation office.
W. W. Eyster, district director1
of Immigration and Naturaliza- [
Hon. lectured at Tuesday morn-j
tog's session, November 17th, j
giving a picture of the general i
scope of immigration nationally, |
with particular emphasis on the,
area of which he is director.
H, B. Read, senior examiner in ,
charge of Naturalization in Mi-1
ami. will talk at Friday morn-
ing's session, November 20th, his
topic to be "General Naturaliza-
tion Throughout the United
States.'* Mrs. Gertrude Davis,
executive secretary of Service |
to Foreign Born, who is devoting,
the major part of her time to port
and dock work in this area, will
read a paper, also on November
20th, on the local aspects of port j
and dock work and what part
Miami Section plays in the scene.
On Tuesday, November 24th,
the Institute will proceed and ac- (
quaint the volunteers with the
method of giving information and
tilling out the first papers, or;
"Declaration of Intention." Mrs.
Benjamin LeVine in charge.
On Friday, November 27th. the
paper and discussion will be on
the filing of second papers, or
"Petition for Naturalization," by
Mrs. Monte Selig.
The final session, on Tuesday,
December 1st. will cover the pro-
cedure on intake and its involve-
ments, discussed by both Mrs.
Monte Selig and Mrs. Benjamin
LeVine.
Mrs. Walter Bronston, co-chair-
man of Service to Foreign Born;
Mrs. M. Boyd Kay and Mrs. El-
mer Scheuer. co-chairmen of Nat-
uralization; Mrs. William Shayne,
chairman of Intake, will each be
chairman of the day at respect-
ive sessions of this Institute.
The Council emphasizes that
their Naturalization department
stands ready to give advice and
service to anyone in this area
who is not yet a citizen, and if
they will telephone the office,
which is located at 201 Congress
Building, calling 3-6554 for an
appointment, they will be taken
care of. There is no charge for
this service. Advice also will be
given on any problem of service
to the foreign born.
SERVICE MEN ENCOURAGED
TO CONTACT CHAPLAINS
New York (NCJO In accord-
ance with requests from chaplains
in the field. Dr. A. W. Gottschall.
national director of programs in
army camps, naval and air bases
for the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, urges fami-
lies with men in the armed ser-
vices to write to the men and
encourage them to contact their
chaplains. Service men should be
assured by their families, says
Dr. Gottschall, that "'the chap-
lains are their best friends."
Chaplains will welcome this
advice on the part of parents and
wives, and will be able to render
greater service.
MAX GETS MERIT SERVICE AWARD
Untirin^Tuns, l>h servce "f Mark MaX US "^ f ^^A Z
Price and rationing boards was rewarded when he received the
first OPA certificate of merit awarded in ^ <*^f' *
state OPA headquarters in Jacksonville. Chauncey W. Butler, state
OPA director who made the award, sa.d the Dade county organ^a
fon was one of the most efficient of any m .8 southeastern state .
Awarded on a basis of outstanding civilian serv.eeita the waeffort,
the certificate was signed by Leon Henderson, Oscar Strauss, jr..
regional OPA director, and Butler.
JEWS OP ALGERIA
PLEDGE LOYALTY
TO ALLIED FORGES
London (W N S) Lieut.-Gcn.
Dwight D. Eisenhower, who di-
rected the American occupation
of French North Africa, this
week received a delegation of
leading Algerian Jews, headed by
the Chief Rabbi of Algiers, which
called upon the American com-
manding officer to pledge the
loyalty and allegiance of the 110,-
000 Jews in Algeria to the United
Nations.
The delegation of Algerian
Jews urged General Eisenhower
to forward its expression of loy-
alty and friendship to President
Roosevelt and to the American
people. Reports received here de-
scribed the interview between
the American commanding officer
and the leading Algerian Jews
as "most cordial" and said that
several other high ranking Amer-
ican officers were present during
the meeting.
Gen. Eisenhower was reported
to have assured the Jewish dele-
gation that all anti-Jewish legis-
lation in French North Africa,
enforced by Vichy officials, would
be abrogated as soon as possible.
In several of Algeria's major
cities anti-Jewish statutes have
already been declared null and
void.
The American general thanked
the Jews of Algeria for their
pledges of loyalty and for their
friendly reception of American
troops. The Algerian Jews voiced
a prayer for the safety of Presi-
dent Roosevelt and for a speedy
United Nations victory.
Synagogues throughout Algeria
and French Morocco were crowd-
ed last Saturday with Jewish sol-
diers serving with the British
and American forces. Jewish
communities in French North Af-
rica made special arrangements
to receive the Jewish soldiers.
All synagogues services conclud-
ed with prayers for the continued
well-being of President Roose-
velt, Prime Minister Churchill
and King George of England.
It was reported that many no-
torious Vichy anti-Semites and
pro-Nazis have fled from Algeria
and Morocco to Tunisia, fearing
arrests and trial by the new civil
administration, now in organiza-
tion, of French North Africa.
These anti-Semites had confiscat-
ed Jewish properties and looted
Jewish homes.
ARMY NAVY CHAPLAINS
KONORED AT NCCJ DINNER
New York (WNS>The Chief
chaplains of the United States
Army and Navy were honored
here at a dinner held by the Nat-
ional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Dr. Everett R. Clinchy. presi-
dent of the conference, conferred
citations on Brig. General Will-
iam R. Arnold, chief chaplain of
the Army and Captain Robert D.
Workman, chief chaplain of the
Navy, Major Gen. James A. Ulio,
adjutant general of the Army,
received the citation for Gen.
Arnold who was unable to at-
tend. Will H. Hays, president of
the Motion Pictures Producers
and Distributors of America,
presided.
What You Must Do to Get
Your] Gasoline and Tires
(Office of War Information)
Mileage rationing coming to
Florida November 22 is designed
to keep your car rolling by mak-
ing your tires last. A vital part
of the mileage rationing plan is
regular inspection of everybody's
tires.
You must have your tires in-
spected regularly by an official
OPA inspector. He '/ill be found
at OPA Official Inspection Sta-
tions. Inquire at your local ra-
tioning board for location.
This is how the tire inspection
plan works:
1. Obtain a tire inspection form
from your nearest garage or fill-
ing station which has been desig-
nated as Official Tire Inspector
by the local rationing board.
Your tire inspection record is at-
tached to the tire record and ap-
plication for basic mileage ration.
On it you will fill in serial num-
bers of all tires you own. wheth-
er mounted on your vehicle or
not.
2. You will be denied mileage
rations if you or anyone in your
household owns any passenger
tires (including scrap tires) not
mounted on motor vehicles or
equipment. You must sell or give
such tires to the government un-
der the Idle Tire Purchase Plan.
Mounted tires means tires on
running wheels including one
spare per motor vehicle.
3. The tire inspection record
will be signed and returned to
you if you have complied with
the provisions above. You must
keep the tire inspection record in
your car at all times.
4. First tire inspection period
is between December 1 1942, and
January 31, 1943. during which
time all vehicles must have their
tires inspected by an authorized
OPA inspector. He may charge
up to 25c per vehicle if no tires
are removed. If he removes
tires, he may charge 50c per tire.
I After January 31. A and basic-D
I drivers must have tires inspected
I every four months with inspei-
i tions at least 60 clays apart. B.
C, and supplemental-D drivers
i must have tires inspected every
I two months with inspections at
least 30 days apart.
5. The inspector will check the
condition of your tires and the
serial numbers. If serial num-
bers differ from those on your
record, he will inform the local
rationing board, unless you have
been authorized to purchase an-
other tire and you have Part D
of a Tire Certificate showing any
tire serial number not shown on
the record. If tires are O. K. he
will sign your record. If he
finds repairs to tires, tubes, or ve-
hicle necessary for tire conserva-
tion, he will not sign the record
until you carry out his recom-
mendations. If a tire is worn
smooth, he may recommend a
recap. In that case he must re-
move the tire from the wheel to
complete the inspection.. If your
' tire is not fit for recapping, he
may recommend replacement. In
all cases, he will report any evi-
dence of tire abuse to the local
board.
5. You apply to your local
board for a rationing certificate
if the inspector recommends u
recapping service for your tire,
or a new or used tire or tub*'.
These cannot be obtained, how-
ever, without a rationing certifi-
cate. If you have complied with
all tire and gasoline regulatioa*;
and the rationing board finds
you are eligible, it may issue a
certificate for recapping service
or for the grade of tire to which
you are entitled.
Rationing boards may, at their
discretion, for violations of their
rules, deny you rubber and gaso-
line for your automobile.
SPEAKERS AT THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR PALESTINE
HAPOLO L. ICK.ES
DR. ABBA HILLELSH-VER j
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These are among the notabfe speakers at the session of the National Council
for Palestine of the United Palestine Appeal to be held at the Hotel Biltmore
in New York City on Sunday, December 6th.


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+Je*ist ftcridlan
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER an ^
Social
\
Personals
Clubs
Organizations
The Greater Miami Chapter, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman
National Home for Jewish Child- announce the engagement of their
ren at Denver, will hold their daughter. Marcie, to Private Hy
next regular meeting Tuesday, Coverman. son of Mr. S. Cover-
Nov. 24th at 1:30 p. m. at the .man of New York. Miss
Club Bali, 732 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami. The business session of
the meeting will be followed by
Man Jongg and cards.

Mrs. Herman Seidal of Balti-
more. Md.. wife of Dr. Herman
Seidel. prominent communal lead-
er of that city, is in Miami for
a six week's stay. Her son, Lt.
Josh Seidel. formerly a physician
in Baltimore before entering the
service, is at present taking a
specialized course at Miami
Beach. While here she is the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. I.
Shapoff. Coconut Grove.

Dr. Samuel Aronovitz an-
nounces the removal of his offices
from the duPont Bldg.. to room
1209 Huntington Bldg., Miami.
Adelman is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School. She is act-
ive in organizational work and is
a member of the Junior Hadassah
and the Y. W. H. A. Mr. Cover-
man, originally from Philadel-
phia, graduated from Jefferson
High School and prior to his en-
tering the service 10 months ago,
was associated with his father in
the fur business. He is at pres-
ent stationed at Camp Bell Hav-
en. The wedding date has been
set for January 3rd.

Miss Edith Freeman has moved
into her new home at 1764 Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach.

A recent marriage was that of
Mrs. Gladys Welsh, formerly
Stein.
e
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Querido
announce the birth of their
Wednesday evening, at the Mi-
ami Beach Service Men's Center.
1711 Alton Road, a formal dance daughter, Bettina.
in observance of Thanksgiving .. ..-._, _
holiday will be held. Prizes for Vacationing in Pittsburgh. Pa.
various events will be awarded J Ml" Ruth Goodstein of Miami
during the evening. i Beacn-
Leslie August 'left Miami!, "f8 Rsalyn Kle.n is visiting
Beach last week for Tallahassee;,n Cleveland, Ohio.
where he has entered the radio The bar mi'tzvah of Albert, son
school in the signal corps of' 0f Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Wein-
the Army Reserve. \tiaub and grandson of Mr. and
A regular mating of Junior Mrs' Isidor Cohen' Pneer Mi
Hadassah. Miami Unit, will be amians- wi a P'a Friday
held at the home of Mrs. Gladys evemn9 at th services at Tem-
Walsh. 328 Euclid Ave.. Miami ple Israel- A reception will fol-
Beach. Monday evening at 8:30. low m KaPlan Hal1 tendered by
New members of the group in- the Parent* of the confirmand.
elude Miss Shirley Mandell. Miss Morris Dub%ri#i2S3 10th strcet
Shirley Parmet. Miss Claire Mai- Mlaml Boach ls convalcscing at
bin. Miss Rose Shechtman and st Francis Hospital.
Miss Ruth Platt.
t-. >..?., ... Morris Binder has returned to
Dav.d H. Freedmar. is m Mi- the cit a{ter spendi the sum.
ami from Norfolk. Va.. visiting mer m New York and vi inia.
his wife Mildred. ^ j He is residing at the PaxkwaVi
Mrs. Benj. London, 2840 Fair- 1425 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach,
green Drive. Miami Beach, will | JeS8e Now'rna' J^Ti^ hcro
A luncheon and card party will
will be held at 12:30 o'clock at
Fu Manchu restaurant, 438 41st
Street. Miami Beach, on Novem-
ber 20th, for the purpose of en-
abling members of the National
Council of Jewish Women. Miami
Section, to earn their pledges
for the Donor's Fund. Mrs. An-
na Cohen, chairman of the ways
and means committee, is in
charge. Tickets may be procured
at the door for $1.00.
e
The Brith Milah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Shapiro,
took place Sunday afternoon at
their residence, 60 Jefferson Ave.,
Miami Beach. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei officiated.

Honoring Rabbi Max Shapiro's
tenth year in Miami and with
the Beth David Congregation, the
Beth David Sisterhood is plan-
ning a reception in his honor
Sunday evening, November 29th
FRANCES K. POWELL OPENS
DINING ROOM_thurX
Frances K. Powell, in the din
ing room and restaurant busing
on M.am, Beach for the p?S
years, is announcing the nJ
of her uHra-modcrn^ffi1
Room of Tomorrow" to be K
at 625 41st Street, Miami SS
The place will open to the iS"
lie Thanksgiving Day at 571
w.th a special menu for the *'
easier^ For the past three ye,
Mrs. Powell conducted the fi
room at the Alb.on Hotel ^
S*S2!for hcrself an *B
reputation as operating a "Ren
dezvous for Lovers of Go,*i
Food." Last spring JJ
took over the entire hotelTd
Mrs. Powell was forced to va
cate She moved to the Cadillac
Hotel where her patrons follow-
ed. Ewly this month the al
pursued her there and moved m
open her home Tuesday at 1:30 ,'f rom Nt>w Y()rk ', h, d *
f >Ln00A0KCarSrd,maK *>**** awy Wednesday evening
jongg to benefit the Beth Jacob i,u ,_____; _:._,
Talmud Torah. sponsored by the
Sisterhood. Mrs. Albert Rahoff V553 "f "/ JJl 2?S !"
...:n -v.i_____.1......._ l006 w 'th St. He was a
member of the Claitnn Masonic
Lodge. Scottish Rite, Life Mcm-
ber Mecca Shrine Lodge No 1
and Mrs. Rose Boyarsky. wn,, 1 j xi *.*,
. r-'ks Lodge No. 1. and was past
Mrs. Rhea Gilstein, formerly Patron of the Composite Chapter.
Epstein, has returned to the I:- s New York- He leaves a
will chairman the event and will
be assisted by Mrs. Pauline
Grundwerg. Mrs. Anna Berow
rity for an indefinite stay.
The Family of The Late
Morris Wroobel
Thank their many friends
for the kindnesses shown
in their recent bereave-
ment and for the many
thoughtful considerations
and services rendered.
REV. AND MRS.
NATHAN WROOBEL
Parents
MRS. ESTHER SPIEGEL
Sister
wife. Julia, a son Cy of Jackson-
1 ville, and a brother Joseph of
New York. The remains will be
sent to New York Friday, by the
Palmer Funeral Chapel, for ser-
vices and interment.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
Refined, middle aged Jew-
ish woman. 48. wants to lo-
cate in motherless home or
with male adults needing
someone to take care of
household. Will exchange
references. Write Mrs. Bell,
care Box 2973, Miami.
Mrs. Joseph Deutsch
The marriage of Miss Eadie
Feinberg, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Feinberg. 421 Hi-
biscus Island, to Mr. Joseph
Deutsch of Chicago, is being an-
nounced by her parents. The
marriage took place October 15,
at the home of the bride's broth-
er, Mr. Milton Feinberg, in Chi-
cago, with Rabbi Pekarsky of
Northwestern University per-
forming the ceremony.
The bride who attended Miami
High School, is an honor gradu-
ate of Northwestern, graduating
Cum Laude and making the Mor-
tar Board in her Junior year. She
served as secretary to Dr. Abram
Sachar, director of National Hil-
lel Foundations at the University
of Illinois and is now assistant di-
rector of Hillel at Northwestern
University.
Mr. Deutsch. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Deutsch of Jolict,
111., received his Bachelor of Sci-
ence degree at the U of Illinois
and is now completing his Mas-
ters degree in Social Administra-
tion.
After a short honeymoon the
couple is now residing at 1101
Columbus Ave.. Chicago.
at the Talmud Torah auditorium I Mrs. Powell moved out anrt u
finally.located on 41st street, a
place she believes will be wr
manent. ^
under the chairmanship of Mrs.
Stanley C. Myers.

Mrs. Elizabeth Urban has re-
turned to her home in Miami
Beach after spending three
months with her children in the
North.
MOSCOW JEWS MESSAGE
OF GREETING TO STALIN
FRANCES K. POWELL
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HER
ULTRA-MODERN. AMERICAN-JEWISH
DINING ROOM OF TOMORROW
at the new location
625 41st STREET. MIAMI BEACH
on
THURSDAY. THANKSGIVING DAY
NOVEMBER 26th. 1942
THE ULTIMATE IN FINE FOOD
Kindly Phone 5-1646 for Reservations
Ask Your Local
Delicatessen
For the Bast

It Costs No More
OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA
KOSHER ZION
SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS
Delicious Corned Beef
Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats
37th and Normal Ave.___________Chicago
TOWER
THEATRE
AIR-CONDITIONED
8. W. 8th St. at 15th
Fri.. Nov. 20Last Day
2 ATTRACTIONS!
'STRICTLY IN
THE GROOVE'
Musical ComedyWith
Ozzie Nelson and His Band
Leon Errol, Martha Tilton
plus
The Feature Length
Laff Riot
'ABOUT FACE
WITH
WILLIAM TRACY
JOE SAWYER

Starts Sat at 4:30 P. M. and
Sun. Thru Wed. Nov. 21-25
BETTY GRABLK
JOHN PAYNE
CARMEN MIRANDA
Harry James and His Band
I"
IN
Springtime In
The Rockies"
IN TECHNICOLOR
Moscow (WNS)The Jewish
religious community of Moscow
sent the following message to
Premier Stalin on the occasion of
the 25th anniversary of the Oc-
tober Revolution:
"On behalf of the Board of
the Moscow Jewish Community
and all religious Jews, on the'
day of the 25th anniversary of
the October Revolution, we of-
fered up our prayers with the
Torah in our hands, fervently
asking the Almighty to grant you,
beloved leader and the man chos-1
en by the Lord to express as you '
are the will of a great people i
200.000.000 strong, long life and
strength so that your wisdom may
bring about the speedy and com-
plete destruction of Hitler, the'
vile enemy of our beloved coun-
try and of all freedom-loving peo-
ple."
Mrs. Powell also specializes in
catering luncheon and dinner af-
fairs and parties for clubs and so-
cieties.
Business Girl desires samt to
hare nice apartment; reason-
able; close-in. Phone 2-1604,
Saturday afternoon or Sunday
The United States Govern-
ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
to
311 Lincoln Road
Albion Bldg.. Suite 309
MIAMI BEACH
For the Practice of
General Dentistry

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THE G A ROE N OF MEMORIES
mourn iitBO
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
WHY LET A STRANGER SELECT
YOUR BURIAL SITE?
Make sure that your family will be together
foreverby providing your own private family
plot.
No one wants a stranger to make a decision
that affects his family.
Yet. that is exactly what happens to many
families who do not own a private plot.
In the moment of shock and sadness, you would
leave the choice of a burial plot to the first well-
meaning person who came along. How can such
a person make a selection that affects those dear
to you? The choice must be yours and yours
alone.
Don't force your family to buy a plot "blindly."
Don't leave yourself in the position of having to
make a most important decision at the moment
of greatest sadness. Provide now a beautiful
family plot in Mount Nebo.
Perpetual Car*
Title Insurance
Lote may be purchased
on convenient terme
Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1942
* Jewish fkridimri
PAGE THREE
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,L Greater Miami Army and Navy
JvfmniUee of the National Jew h
Welfare Hoard. The committee to-
eludes William I. Boxerman. chair-
San Benjamin Bronston. Fred K.
JS;,.'het and Paul Weltzman.
(Contributions to this column are
--homed, particularly In the form of
liners received here from Oreater
Miami boys now in the service.)
Thumbnail Sketches
We hear that J. Aron Abbott.
former president of Miami's Sho-
lem Lodge of B'nai B'rith, now
is a corporal and slated for offi-
cer training at the Beach soon.
Morton R. Berman. former Miami
attorney, an ensign in the United
States navy, is serving as record-
er of summary courts martial
board.
Norman Bernstein, who enlist-
ed as a private last April, has
been promoted to corporal and
sent to the army signal corps ra-
dio school at New York City.
Hoy Bernstein is stationed as a
second class yoeman at Camp En-
dicott. R. 1. Abraham Boden-
stein has been made a technical
sergeant at the radio school in
Camp White. Ore. He is attached
to headquarters and awaiting as-
signment as an instructor. He
wries his parents that he is "very
happy" and enjoys army life.
Jack Chertek, who entered the
army in March. 1941 has been
promoted to staff sergeant ... He
is in the medical corps, stationed
at the staff hospital in Camp
Davis, N. C. Matthew Cohen
[
OF
hvlThhe\ub.lc,yre.a1?otrc M WL.ir.. Miu.ni Armv and Naw coast guard.
Cornelius Frieden, with the ar-
my signal corps at Fort Riley,
Kansas, writes the Jewish Flor-
idian asking for the "latest news
and excitement" Neil reports
that he is in good health and spir-
its ... A cablegram from Charles
Serkin to his folks acknowledges
receipt of gift packages and ex-
presses a craving for a package of
honest-to-goodness Jewish delica-
tessen,
David Shubow has been pro-
moted to the rank of sergeant in
the army air corps at Moore
Field, Texas ... Ed Merlin has
been made private first class, in
the army air force at McClellan
Field, Calif.
First Lieut. Louis B. Friedman
has been assigned to a medical
training battalion at Camp Grant,
111. Seymour Rabinowitz and
Harry Resnick have enlisted in
the navy.
The deep mystery which had
"Whirligig" worried in the Miami
Daily News was solved this
week with the arrival of a letter
from Baron de Hirsch Meyer, a
first lieutenant in the United
States army According to
Mitchell Wolfson, the recipient
of the letter, the Baron is at
Areata, Calif. ... He has been
so occupied with his duties that
he simply cannot keep up with
his would-be correspondents.
Berhard Geringer, who entered
the army air corps last month, is
at George Field. 111. ... He hopes
be able to exchange his status of
"private" to something morj im-
posing, in due time Irving
Ginsburg. in the naval air corps,
has been transferred from Ath-
j ens. Ga. to New Orleans, where
he now is doing solo flying at
the flying school Irving en-
I tered the service under the naval
lair cadet plan.
Arthur Gold, previously at
Jefferson Barracks, is writing
some interesting letters back
home these days from parts far
remove from Misssouri ... He is
in Alaska His mother has
promised to let us have the cor-
respondence for these columns.
Aaron Goldenblank, having been
shipped from Kansas to Georgia,
has made good in the cracker
state at Camp Gordon ... He has
been made sergeant and is cash-
ier of the Fourth Division .
Friends of Aaron will remember
him as an accountant at National
Brands, so his new job is in keep-
ing with his past experience.
George L. Goldman, who en-
listed in October, at the age of
47, is at Gunter Field, Ala., as a
mechanic in the army air corps.
Goldman has a past service rec-
ord of fourteen years in the ar-
my.
BLOCK LEADERS IS
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THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Army mobilization is what Chaplain Angel to Speak at "Y
Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, chief The Annual Thanksgiving En-
block leader, regards the new I tertainment sponsored by the Y.
plan for a general mobilization of
all defense council services,
known as the "Block Plan." All
defense council divisions are in-
volved, but the program is di-
rectly under the Home and Com-
munity Services Division, of
which Mrs. Weintraub is chair-
man.
The Dade county women who
want to be or must be "stay-at-
homes," yet are eager to serve
where and when they can in the
concerted national war effort, are
to at last have their greatest op-
portunity to help.
A least 5,000 of them can enlist
as block leaders during the next
two weeks while the Dade Coun-
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A^vL,AcNECE 9-2664
WOMEN FOR PART
TIME OCCUPATION
Can work from their own
homes and make surprisingly
large earnings. For full de-
tails write
MAC
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Miami, Florida
"Y" Schedule for Week Beginning
Monday. November 23
Monday. 3 to 6 p. m.. dancing
classes; 4 to 6 p. m.. arts and
crafts; 7:30 p. m., air raid war-
dens drill; 7:30 p. m., Girl Scout
session; 8:00 p. m.. Miami Service
League meeting; Bowling League.
Palace Bowling Alleys.
Tuesday, 4 to 6 p. m., dramatic-
group; 7:30 p. m., civilian auxil-
iary police drill; 8:00 p. m.. A.Z.A.
meeting; 8:00 p. m.. B.Z.B. meet-
ing; 8:00 p. m. nutrition class.
Wednesday. 8:30 p. m.. Y. M.
'and Y. W. H. A. Thanksgiving
Entertainment; Chaplain Camd-
lus, principal speaker: moving
picture talkie, "Dream of My
People," featuring the late Can-
tor Rosenblatt.
Thursday. Thanksgiving Day;
no classes.
Friday. Junior club meetings.
Saturday night. Service men's
dance. Miami Service League.
Arrrangements for the "Y"
Dance in Full Swing
Al Berkowitz, general chair-
day, December 2. Notify any one man of the 11th Annual Da net \
of the following if you want to reports that great enthusiasm is
join in the celebration: Mrs. Rose being shown in the sale of tick-
Lubcl and Mrs. Katherinc Mor- ets for the 11th Annual Dane.-
ris, 3-8310; Mrs. Lena Weiner.I which will be held at the Coral
M. and Y. W. H. A. will be held
at the "Y" Clubrooms Wednes-
day evening, November 25. at i
8:30 o'clock. Chaplain Camilhisi
Angel, the new Jewish Chaplain
of the Army Air Corps at Miami
Beach, will be the principal
speaker. A talkie entitled "Dream
of My People," featuring the late
Cantor Joseph Rosenblatt, will
be shown. This is a Yiddish
talkie and takes in the history,
religion and music of the Jewish
people in Palestine. This meet-
ing is for men and.women. There
is no admission charge. Every-
one is invited.
Y.M.H.A. Installation Dec. 6
Installation of officers of the
Y.M. and Y.W.H.A. will be held
on Sunday evening. December 6,
at the "Y" Clubrooms. A very
interesting program is being
planned. Stanley C. Myers will
act as master of ceremonies.
"Y" Day December 2
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Cy Washburn and his Miami
Biltmore Orchestra will furnish
music for the occasion.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER M l94,
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MIAMI, FLA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20,
KISLEV 11, 5703
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 46
THANKSGIVING DAY
As the peculiarly American holiday of
Thanksgiving Day comes this year, Americans
and the decent people of the world have excep-
tional cause to be thankful.
The first signs of dawn after the black night
of Nazism begin to appear.
The Rome radio warned the Jews of Tunis
the other day against "premature rejoicing."
We can well imagine with what joy the Jews
of Tunisia look forward to the footsteps of
the Yankee soldiers, for tkey bring liberation.
Already the coming of the American soldiers
in Algiers and Morocco has set the hearts of
thousands of Jews in those parts beating high.
Not so long ago, the Vichy Commissar for Jew-
ish Affairs was traveling about in Northern
Africa showing the natives just how to practice
anti-Semitism. The story of Haman and Mor-
decai is happening again.
Northern Africa contains one of the oldest
Jewish settlements in the world. According to
the opinion of some scholars, there were Jew-
ish settlements there as early as the First Tem-
ple. Through the Middle Ages, too, they were
important Jewish centers and as late as the be-
ginning of the 19th century, Mordecai Manual
Noah, famed American Jewish editor, was the
American consul at Tunis.
The American troops have brought libera-
tion to this great section almost without shoot-
ing a gun. And they stand threatening by on
the door step of Italy, ready to soften that coun-
try with block-busters. Yes, we have cause for
Thanksgiving this year.
JEWISH BOOK WEEK
Jewish Book Week which will be celebrated
in greater New York under the auspices of the
Jewish Education Committee beginning Novem-
ber 22, will feature an elaborate Book Fair.
Designated as "Jewish Bookland," the Fair
will assemble books in Hebrew, English and
Yiddish.
There will be groupings under every im-
portant classification: sacred books including
the Bible, the Talmud and Prayer books; books
on holidays and customs; history and current
Jewish life; Palestine and Zionism; music and
records; legends and biography and reference
books.
The selection will be large enough to stim-
ulate every type of interest and a series of
plans are being effected designed to stimulate
reading interest in Jewish books by parents as
well as children.
Despite the shadow of war which dims in-
terest in cultural pursuits it is essentiol that
Jewish literature continue to flourish, aided by
an ever-widening public. Since a living, grow-
ing literature is one of the most encouraging
signs of an on-reaching people, it is up to us to
see that a display of Jewish books be not alone
confined to book fairs and poster listings but to
libraries in every Jewish home.
TO STRENGTHEN PALESTINE'S LAND~~^;
HELP Sf CJUyBt

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One storage battery can supply all the
lead needed by a trio of three-inch anti-aircraft
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CAPITAL LETTER
By CHARLES BENSON
After years of having been
warned against it. we imagine
ourselves to be on guard against
what is called 'propaganda." To
an extent, we are on guard. If
a chance acquaintance at a bar.
or an anonymous handbill, or a
flashy magazine we never saw
before tells us that the Nazis are
bound to win, or that we ought to
hoard aluminum instead of Inly-
ing war bonds, we are not in-
clined to pay much attention. We
consider the source.
But although the Nazi would
like to have us believe such
things, they cannot hope to make
us do so by repeating them bad-
ly in their own press and over
their own radio stations. They
would also like to occupy our
Atlantic Coastbut they know
better than to load an army on
barges and start dragging them
across the ocean. Both militar-
ily and propaganda-wise, the
Nazis seek tactical successes to
further their grand strategy.
Probably the most important
weapon the Nazis employ in their
propaganda-tactics is news. Just
news. What we call "spot" news
or "straight" newsa simple co-
herent account of what has hap-
pened, delivered to the public as
soon as possible after it has hap-
ened. Of course, the Nazis have
no interest in telling their Amer-
ican public exactly what has hap-
penedthey are anxious to tell us
approximately what has hap-
pened in a way that will weaken
our confidence in our cause,, or
make us doubt our ability to win.
A recent example: When we in-
vaded French North Africa and
Vichy sent home our charge
d'affaires, the first German an-
nouncement of the latter event
was something like this: "The
French government announces it
has severed relations with the
United States." That is more or
less objective reporting, although
one might question Vichy*s right
to style itself "the French gov-
ernment." But a few minutes lat-
er, the Nazis decided they had
made a mistake, and put out a
"corrected" announcement to the
effect that "the invasion of North
Africa by the Americans has com-
pelled France to break off rela-
tions with the United States."
That is a different statement
altogether. It not only says rela-
tions were broken off. but as-
signs a cause. That cause may not
be the right one. It can be ar-
gued, for instance, that it was
only the Germans who forced the
break in relations. We also in-
vaded New Caledonia and ap-
proved the British invasion of
Madagascar without affecting the
diplomatic situation. Anyone who
hears and accepts the "corrected"
announcement also accepts a
Nazi slant on one particular
event That will not in itself
make him a Nazi, of course, but
an accumulation of Nazi slants
can do his morale little good.
How would the ordinary Amer-
ican get to hear this Nazi ver-
sion of the news? He doesn't
subscribe to a German newspa-
per or even listen to German
radio broadcasts on his short
wave set. But supose the Nazis
got the news out first, as they
were certainly in a position to do.
The great American press ser-
vice, who can't afford to miss
Nazi transmissions as a source of
news, pick up the dispatch. For
the sake of vividness, they quote
it verbatim. They add the cau-
tion, which individual editors
may or may not print, that the
report comes from enemy sources
and is therefore suspect.
In this case, no American edi-
tors were taken in. To make sure
they would not be, the Foreign
Service Division of the Office of
War Information sent out a story
of its own that pointed out the
difference between the two an-
nouncements. This new branch
of the OWI seeks to show up the
slants, the distortions, the plain
barefaced lies that Dr. Goebbels'
propaganda ministry puts out for
anyone innocent enough to accept
them.
The Nazis don't have to send
us any news; if they do, they have
a purpose, and the purpose obvi-
ously is not to help us win the
war.
This is the principle the For-
eign Service Division operates on.
and seeks to impress on Ameri-
can editors, newspaper readers
and radio listeners. Headed by
Matthew Gordon, a young pro-
tege of Information Chief Elmer
Davis, it hopes to stand as our
second line of defense against
the Nazi news armrealizing
that the first line must be the
common sense of editors, readers
and listeners themselves
Mr. Gordon has recently pub-
lished his ideas in a book called
News Is A Weapon." the fruit of
his experience as news editor of
the Columbia Broadcasting Sys-
tem. At CBS. he had an almost
unique opportunity to watch the
Goebbels news techniques, to
compare them with the objective
methods of our own correspond-
ents and to develp an expert eye
for the Nazi fake. His book is a
fascinating description of the en-
emy's bag of tricks: how neutral
countries and not so neutral
newspapers can be used to
"plant Nazi stories; how the Ger-
mans try to confuse military
leaders by directing a news bar-
rage at points where they DO
NOT intend to strike; how Goeb-
bels turns the very techniques
and cliches of our own American
newswriting style against us.
As Mr. Gordon sums it up:
"News is one of the main irri-
tants in the 'war of nerves.' It
is a powerful instrument in the
'strategy of terror'; a major in-
strument in the effort to 'divide
and conquer.' In short, it is a
continuously functioning arm of
war."
It is one of the arms we have
to beat.
yixn jTjinj lun^ rnrnr.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
41 EAST 42nd STREET NEW YORK, NY.
Palestine's land front is a vital sector of the United Nations'
fighting front." This is the keynote of the nationwide observance
by Jewish communities of Zion Tag Day which is being sponsored
by the Jewish National Fund. The occasion will be marked by pop-
ular callections for the Keren Kayemeth's "Land for Freedom" pro-
gram, which is graphically portrayed in the J. N. F.'s poster calling
for participation in the Tag Day activities during the week-end of
November 28th and 29th.
The U. S. Army's occupation of North Africa has made the situa-
tion in the Middle East a matter of direct concern to the American
people. Whatever strength American Jewry has made available
through the Jewish National Fund for the purchase and cultivation
of new land in Palestine has increased the power that will smash
te Axis and prevent the Nazis and Japanese from joining hands in
the Middle East. Thousands of acres of land, bought by the Jewish
National Fund and put under cultivation since the outbreak of the
war. have produced and are producing today scores of thousands of
tons of bread, fruits, vegetables and other foodstuffs for the popula-
tion and the military forces in the Middle East.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Mtuctfy eonpknUal
-By PHINEAS I. BIRON-
PALESTINE ECHOES
Dr. Chaim Weizmann is his old self again But the
night the American expeditionary forces landed in North-
west Africa he was still convalescing in the country, in a
bungalow with rather poor radio facilities ... So friends tele-
phoned him the exciting news And when Weizmann
heard of these sensational developments his comment was:
"Now we'll have to get our war news from Palestine They
have a front-row seat over there" Frank Gervasi, the noted
foreign correspondent, who knows the Middle East inside and
out, tells us that the big battle of the war may yet be fought
in Syria and Palestine ... In preparation is a withering an-
swer, composed by outstanding Americans most of whom
are non-Jews, to the opponents of the Jewish Army idea .
These opponents, who believe they have won the first round,
are hereby warned that a veritable bombshell is being read-
ied for them.
THIS AND THAT
You don't have to be a devotee of astrology to concede
that Blanca Holmes, Hollywood stargazer, had something
when she told Sidney Skolsky late last month that "the
are bad days in the stars for Hitler" Winchell reports with
glee that the Japanese radio has been broadcasting the
"news" of his death to our forces in the Pacific war theatre.
These rumors are, of course, as trustworthy as all the rest
of the Japanese propaganda One Herman Raeder, neph-
ew of Hitler's Admiral Raeder. is in trouble in connection
with a Federal tax matter, we learn And the lawyer who
is trying to get him out of the jam in Baltimore, where Herman
lives, is a gentleman by the name of.S. Levin ... In the na-
tion's capital they have started experimenting with a woman
trolley car operator And the woman they picked for the
experiment is one Mrs. Helen Blau, who little dreamed, when
she took her master's degree at Columbia University, that
running a street car would some day be her claim to fame.
READERS' GUIDE
Have you seen "The Pocket-Book of America," the latest
addition to the two-bit series? ... In addition to stories, poetry,
articles, songs, etc., editor Philip Van Doren Stern has in-
cluded nine important American historical documents, from
the Declaration of Independence to Vice-President Wallaces
speech on "The Price of Free World Victory" That was a
gracious gesture on the part of the National Jewish Monthly
to feature Enrico Glicenstein's sculpture of "National De-
fense" on its November cover Glicenstein has too long
been the forgotten man Stutterers may look forward to a
new book concerning their affliction, by none other than
Jane Froman, the radio thrush, who after years of hard work-
finally succeeded in overcoming her speech impediment.
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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1942
fJewisti fUridifun
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship
FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. M.
SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.: Religious School. Monday-Thursday. 3:45
DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M.
CONG BETH DAVID
116 N. W. Third Ave., Miami
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi
Kesidence Phone. 2-2176
1.0UIS HAYMAN. Cantor
,r N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1473
Late Friday Evening Services
Services will be conducted Fri-
day evening by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Cantor Hayman, assisted
by the Beth Jacob choir of boys
and girls will officiate. Rabbi
Shapiro will continue the discus-
sion of last week, based upon
the subject, "What Are Our Sol-
diers Thinking About?"
Immediately after the services
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oliphant will
serve as hosts at a reception in
honor of their son Elmer's birth-
day.
Sh-Losh Seudos
Every Saturday immediately
after the Mincha at 6 o'clock
Sh-Losh Seudos takes place. At
times a discussion is led among
the participants by the rabbi on
pertinent problems.
Sunday School
The Teachers' Training group
was in charge of the program last
Sunday morning during the as-
sembly, and the post confirma-
tion will conduct the program
this Sunday. Parents are cor-
dially invited to attend assembly
every Sunday morning at 11:30.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose names are
inscribed in our Book of Life
and whoso Yahrzeiten occur this
coming week will be mentioned
from the pulpit during the ser-
vices Friday night.
Rilke. mother of Louis Gordon;
Mordecai, father of Mrs. Louis
Miller; Aida, mother of Mrs.
Hoffman; Ester, mother of Mrs.
Hurry Oliphant; Mayer Shimon,
father of Mrs. A. Rubin; Isser,
son of Louis Weinkle; Yechabcd,
mother of the late Wolf Blutstein.
Book Series
The Sisterhood has completed
its plans for a series of Book Re-
views to be given by Rabbi Max
Shapiro during the winter
months. The first review of the
series will take place the eve-
ning of January 18th at which
time the rabbi will review "They
Were Expendable" by W. W.
White, and "The Raft" by Trum-
bull.
For your tickets please contact
the office, or the chairman. Mrs.
Jack August. The series of four
reviews is $1.00.
Food Sale
The Sisterhood's annual food
sale, under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Sam Dickson, will take place
throughout the day, Wednesday,
November 25th. There will be
booths at the Dade Kosher Mar-
ket. 159 N. W. Fifth St., and at
Snyder's Vegetable Market, 1167
West Flagler Street. Only home
baked pastries will be sold.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. K. 19th St. Ph. 2-7743
RAHHI JACOB 11. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Krthbi Knieritus
6996 Indian Creek Drive
Miami lleach l'h. 6-1205
RAHHI COLMAN A. 7.WITMAN
5400 UiGorce Price, Miami lteach
Phmie 6-1738
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman.
Bar Mitzvah
Mr. and Mrs. Syydney L. Wein-
traub announce the bar mitzvah
of their son Albert, to be held at
Temple Israel services Friday at
8:15 p. m. A reception in honor
of the bar mitzvah will be ten-
dered by his parents.
Religious School
Classes on Sunday morning at
10 o'clock.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn, and
comfort the bereaved among us."
At the services Friday evening
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Moses
Marks, father of Mrs. Hyman
Kaplan; Joseph Lang, father of
Mrs. A. E. Rosenthal; Ida Bloom,
mother of H. H. Bloom.
Yahrzeits: Samuel Jacobson,
father of Mrs. Frank Coret; Jul-
ius Gustav Mendelson, son of
Lou Mendelson; David Boniske,
husband of Mrs. D. Boniske;
Adolph M. Seckbach, father of
Mrs. Douglas Raff and Mrs. Har-
ry Boyell; Isadore Lipton, father
of Joseph M. Lipton; Herbert
Theobald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Eppstein; Henrietta Bowman,
mother of Mrs. J. Damenstein;
Ellen DcCastro Williams, mother
of Henry D. Williams; Max Zci-
cntz, father of Louis Zeientz; Jo-
seph Seidenberg, father of J. M.
Seidenberg.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
141.") Ruelid Avenue, Miami ISeaoh
DR. SAMUEL BEN8ION, Kubbi
1536 Jefferson Avenuo
Phone 6-4781 or 5-4732
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(OATKS OF JISTICE)
1545 S. W. Third Street
Miami. Florida
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
B90 S. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla.
LEWIS GREEN, Sexton
1411 S. W. Fifth Street
Talmud Torah
Talmud Torah is open daily on
week days from 4 to 6 p. m.
Sunday School opens at 10 a. m.
and all parents are urged to
send their children.
Congregational
A young rabbi will officiate
this morning at the synagogue.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood card party held
at the home of Mrs. R. Sakowitz
proved to be a success.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Bspanola Way Miami Beach
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Will speak during the Saturday
morning services.
The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
630 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch
group meets Wednesday and
Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are
invited.
YESHIVA CENTER
U Michigan Avenue
Miami Iieach
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, located at 846 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, conducts daily ser-
vices each week day at 8 a. m.
and Saturdays at 9. Evening ser-
vices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on
Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J.
Shulman will address the gath-
ering. _________
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
535 N. W. Fifth Ave..
Miami
JSJgUST BROS. Ry^
Is the BEST
Guest Speaker
Rabbi Samuel M. Machtei will
be guest speaker at the Friday
night services November 20th at
8 o'clock. His subject is "A Fu-
gitive's Dream." Cantor A. D..
Wolf and the Center choir will
conduct the services. A reception
in the social hall will follow the
services.
Dr. Bension
Will speak at the services on
Saturday, November 21st, at 10:40
a. m. on the subject of "Building
Character with Hard Stones."
Bar Mitzva
The bar mitzva of Seymour,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Schwartz, will be celebrated at
the Saturday morning services.
The Center extends heartiest con-
gratulations to the bar mitzvah
and his family. Kiddush and re-
freshments will follow the ser-
vices.
Bible Class
Morris Gershon conducts a Bi-
ble Class every Saturday at 5 p.
m. The Psalms are the present
subject of study.
Oneg Shabbos
Service men especially are in-
vited to participate in the Sab-
bath joy socials held every Sat-
urday in the social hall at 6:15
p. m. Cantor Wolf leads in com-
munity singing of the traditional
Sabbath songs and modern Pales-
tinian melodies. Refreshments
are served. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Sandow will be hosts this Sat-
urday.
Community Social Hours
Community social gatherings
are held every Saturday at 8 p.
in. in the Center social hall. An
opportunity is provided for
games and entertainment in a
very pleasant social environment.
Valuable prizes in War Stamps
and Bonds will be awarded. No
admission is charged and all are
welcome.
Classes in Spanish have been
organized which meet at the Cen-
ter every Sunday from 2 to 4
p. m. Pvt. Salvatorc Garnfolo
is the instructor. There are no
charges. Those desiring to take
the present course must enroll no
later than Sunday. November 22.
Service Men Dances
Entertainments and dances are
held every Tuesday night in the
Center social hall. Miss Brot-
man, soprano, and Miss Anuyta
Melicov, noted pianist, will pro-
vide the musical program Tues-
day, November 24 at 8 p. m.
Red Cross Volunteer Unit
The Center Red Cross Volun-
teer Unit under the direction of
Mrs. Esther Levy, has won high
commendation for the services it
has rendered to hundreds of sol-
diers for alterations and repairs
cheerfully and gratuitously ren-
dered. This sewing circle meets
four days a week, Mondays to
Thursdays from 10 a. m. to 6 p.
m. Ladies who can devote even
a little spare time are urged to
come and help.
Sisterhood Card Party
The Sisterhood will hold its
first card party of the season on
Sunday night, November 22nd in
the Center social hall, which has
been beautifully decorated for the
occasion. Admission, induing re-
freshments is 50c Valuable door
and individual table prizes will
Services
Late Friday evening services
will be conducted by Rabbi Sim-
on April. Cantor Moses Teitel-
baum will have charge of the
musical program. Refreshments
will be served by the Ladies
Auxiliary.
Sisterhood Party
Mrs. P. Sokoloff and Mrs. S.
Stone will be hostesses at a card
party to be held at the synagogue
starting at 8 o'clock Sunday eve-
ning, Nov. 22.
Educational
Rabbi Simon April, formerly
of Butler, Pa., arrived last week
and has assumed his duties with
the congregation. He will have
charge of the Sunday School and
Talmud Torah. Sunday School
aditional registration as well as
for the Talmud Torah which will
start regular classes Monday, No-
vember 23, can be made Sunday
morning or any week day from
3 to 6.
Ladies Auxiliary
The Ladies Auxiliary will hold
a regular meeting. Wednesday af-
ternoon at the congregation at 2
o'clock.
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami lleach
MOSES MBSCHELOFF, Rabbi
711 I MAl'RICK MAMfliKS, Cantor
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Phone 5-793
s M MACHTEI, Rabbi
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Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak
Saturday morning at the services
on the Portion of the Week.
Rabbi Kagan may be reached, rded Tickets may be se-
at 437 S. W. 15th Ave., phone I" -------
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Sabbath Services
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi-
emeritus of Temple Israel and
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association, will be
guest rabbi at the late service
tonight. His sermon topic will
be "Israel's Dream." A speaker
from a national patriotic society
will also be present to bring a
brief message on a timely na-
tional issue.
At the Sabbath morning ser-
vice Rabbi Machtei will be at
Beth Sholom Center and will
speak on "A Bargain with God."'
Following the Friday evening
service there will be a social pe-
riod at which Mrs. Henrietta Ber-
ger and Mrs. J. Bishop will be
hostesses as representatives of
the Sisterhood.
Adult Classes
The adult class in Jewish Sci-
ence will meet at 11 a. m. Sun-
day. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
speak on "The Power of Grati-
tude." using the Thanksgiving
Day theme as it may be applied
daily. Classes in Domestic Sci-
ence will be announced next
week. Registration is open -to
married men and women even
though not members of Beth Sho-
lom Center.
Juniors
Beth Sholom Juniors will meet
at 8 p. m. tomorrow at the Cen-
ter. 'Teen age boys and girls
are invited to join. The juniors
will present a portion of the
Chanukah program now in re-
hearsal by the Religious School.
The Chanukah program is sched-
uled for Sunday evening, Dec. 6.
Se'udah Shlishith
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Nordin
will be hosts at Se'udah Shlishith
Saturday afternoon, following
Mincha at 5 o'clock. Rabbi Mach-
tei will speak.
Friday Night Service
Chaplain Camillus Angel will
conduct a late service for all
Jewish service men in the area
at our community building Fri-
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Bar Mitzva
Statnley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Smith, will celebrate hi3
becoming a bar mitzva during
the services Saturday morning.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will ad-
dress the boy, and speak on the
theme "Going Forth." Cantor
Maurice Mamches will chant the
services.
Plaque Presentation
The Beth Jacob Service Club
will officially present to the syn-
agogue a beautiful plaque bear-
ing the names of all members and
sons of members of Beth Jacob
congregation who are now serv-
ing in the armed forces.
The presentation will take
place in our synagogue building
Sunday at 3 p. m. Our cantor
will chant approriate melodies.
Our rabbi will address the audi-
ence. Greetings will be brought
by prominent people in our com-
munity.
All our members are urged to
be present; the public at large is
cordially invited.
Religious School
Our Sunday sessions faculty
has been increased with the en-
gagement of Miss Beulah Sugar-
man. Mr. Tannen will instruct
one of our high school grades.
Miss Sugarman will take the
place of Miss Betty Smith who
has retired to be married next
week.
Registration of children for
daily and Sunday classes is held
Sundays from 10 to noon, and
week days from 4 to 7 p. m.
Service Men's Wives Club
A nutrition class is being held
for members each Friday at 1:30
p. m.
Regular meetings are held each
Tuesday at 2:00 p. m.
Service Club
Our Service Men's Club is
open each week day from 7 to 11
p. m. and each Sunday from 3
to 11 p. m. in our Community
building. Refreshments served
each evening. Kosher sand-
wiches are distributed each Sun-
day. Entertainments are pre-
sented a number of evenings each
week.
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Service men are always welcome.
Military services Sunday at 9
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Religious school Sunday at
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Sisterhood social Monday at 8
p. m., open to both men and wo-
men.
Sewing for the Red Cross, Brit-
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THE TIME
HAS COME!
By PAUL WEITZMAN
"The time has come.'* the Walrus
said.
"To talk of many things:
Of shoesand shipsand sealing
wax
Of cabbagesand kings
Ana why the sea is boiling hot
And whether pigs have wings."
DODGSON
When Dodson engaged his
Walrus in a conversation with
the carpenter, as above, it is
doubtful whether he ever even
remotely expected it to be quot-
edcertainly not corrupted to
interpret the accompanying ar-
ticle.
But the time has come to talk
of many things, and some of the
things contained in the quota-
tion. Of shoes of "Marching
Men," and ships that sail the seas
that boil hotter than a chattering
kettle on the hearth. Of pigs
that fly in Messerschmidts and
monkeys in Zero planes. Of
men who would be kings might-
ier than the mightiest that came
before. Men who have taken
powers reserved to only one Su-
preme Being, without the mercy ,
that tempers His justice. Men
to whom justice means less than
nothing when applied to others
than themselves. Men whose
only object is to enslave a uni-
verse as they have enslaved a
continent.
And of men of a different
breed. Men who die that you
may be free to live; for living un-
der the axis yoke is but a living
death without benefit of "the
peace that passeth all under-
standing:"
Men who die that the seven
seas again may be the trail ways
of a world at peaceonce more
tree of hostile air. surface and
nub-surface craft.
And of the men who work the
clock 'round to produce the
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"material" without which we
could not survive, much less help
other freedom loving nations.
And of the men who till the
soil and harvest the crops now
so necessary to feed a world.
And of the men who do none
of these things but whose honor,
lives and fortunes are plcgded
with their Country to safeguard
our freedom.
And of such individuals that
fall into none of these categor-
ies and who are so blind that
they cannot pamper themselves
without affecting the men in ad-
vance bases; who by their iner-
tia may change the course of civ-
ilization for a number of cent-
uries. And there are none so
blind as those that will not see.
' Nor none so deaf as those that
will not hear.
Importunities fall upon deaf
ears and sightless eyes. But
there must come an awakening
an awakening to the horror that
stalks the world, ready to engulf
the unwitting and unwary.
In the fable, a little pig laugh-
ed at the big. bad wolfbut he
built his house of brick. He, un-
like his brothers prepared for
tlie day when his house would be
under fire.
But unlike the fable we are
dealing with an enemy to whom
isolated protected points mean'
nothing. To overcome this en-'
emy no single factor may be j
overlooked else he will discover
the chink in the armor, the heel
of Achilles.
Illustrations and examples can
be recalled by the score that will
point out roads of duty to those
not in the armed forces and de-
fense work but it isn't as necess-
ary to show what can be done as
it is to emphasize that things
must be done. Neither is it im-
portant to pose a question, rhe-
torical or otherwisethe first re-
quires no response and the other
does. Words are not required,
but work is.
"What do you read, my lord?
Words, words, words."
Shakespeare.
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The countrywide rationing of
gasoline together with the insti-
tution of a speed limit of 35 m. p.
h. have made it possible to re-
view the rate structure for auto-
mobile liability rates. The re-
sult is that there has been a sub-
stantial reduction in the cost of
automobile liability insurance for
private passenger cars.
The public liability rate on pri-
vate passenger cars is now the
lowest in the entire history of
automobile insurance. The re-
duction is retroactive to July 22,
1942 on all policies issued on or
after that date. The method of
securing the credit on your pres-
ent policy is very simple. Just
advise your agent that you have
an A basic ration book or that
you have a B or C supplemental
ration book.
No change is being made in the
property damage rates due pri-
marily to the increase in the
cost of labor and materials as
well as the difficulty in obtain-
ing parts.
In spite of tire rationing, gas-
oline shortage, and other unus-
ual conditions brought about by
the war, your insurance agent
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best insurance service possible
such as, in this instance, bring-
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mobile liability cost.
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Made From Fresh Oranges
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Biltmore Hotel on Sunday, De-
cember 6, it was announced here
this week by Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver. National Chairman of the
United Palestine Appeal.
Secretary of Interior Harold L.
I Ickes will be the guest of honor
; at a dinner which will conclude
the day-long deliberations, Dr.
I Silver said. Other speakers will
include Dr. Chaim Wcizmann.
President of the Jewish Agency
I for Palestine and the World
! Zionist Organization. Pierre van
Paassen, Dr. Stephen S. Wise,
i Judge Morris Rothenberg. Nath-
an Straus. Martin Agronsky and
Sylvan Gotshal.
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opens new vistas for the devel-
opment of Palestine and the Mid-
dle East and at the same time
places responsibilities on the va-
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estine in carrying forward the
military plans of the United Na-
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tine at the crossroads of the an-
cient world, now resumes its
military role, the most import-
ant communications center. It
a pivotal point on the most di-
rect route for materials to the
Soviet Union via Iraq and Iran.
saving the 4.000 mile voyage
from Suez to Dandar Shahpur.
If the traffic is too great for ex-
isting facilities, we can expeci
the early completion of the long
projected Haifa-Baghdad rail-
road. With the loyal Ja*
population mobilizing all W w
sources to aid the war effort.
Palestine will now be an import-
ant base for the coming invasw
of Europe." Dr. Silver pointed
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ENCOURAGE
TO ENTER
ChicagoPlans for encourag-
ing Jewish women not now em-
ployed to enter the labor market
as a contribution toward solving
the war manpower shortage will
be laid before the first war-time
meeting of the Women's Supreme
Council of B'nai B'rith, which
will hold its annual conference at
the Blackstone Hotel in Chicago,
December 1st and 2nd.
Sponsorship of and participa-
tion in community projects for
the provision of increased neigh-
borhood nursing facilities for
children of working women and
the post-war role of American
women will also be discussed
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girls since Pearl Harbor, with a'
view to an expansion of their
war service activities.
This third annual meeting of
the Women's Supreme Council,
which coordinates the war service
efforts as well as the educational,
philanthropic and youth welfare
projects of the six B'nai B'rith [
women's grand lodges and their
more than 400 senior and junior
groups in 265 communities, will
also be the occasion for a re-
view of what the distaff side has
contributed to the growth of
B'nai B'rith, which entered its
100th year of service on October
13th.
Presiding over the sessions of
the Council will be its president,
Mrs. Lenore D. Underwood of San
Francisco. Other officers and
members of the Council are:
Mrs. Maurice Turner, Chicago,
first vice-president; Mrs. Law-
rence Koenigsberger, Washing-
ton, D. C, second vice-president;
Mrs. Abram Orlow, Philadelphia,
third vice-president; Mrs. Ida
Cook Farber, New York City,
secretary; Mrs Albert Weldman,
Cleveland, treasurer; Mrs. Morris
Steinhorn, Buffalo, N. Y.; Mrs.
Cele Segelbaum, St. Louis; Miss
Bella Fox, Philadelphia; Mrs.
Michael Gordon, Berkeley, Calif.;
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort, Miami, Fla.;
Mrs. Benjamin Samuels and Mrs.
Arthur Laufman, Chicago.
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IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative
Friends of Sam Goldberg, who
resided here for several years be-
fore moving to Los Angeles, will
regret to learn of his death last
week in California.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis William
Aucrbach, nee Pearl Rosenblatt,
739 Kaye St., announce the birth
of a son, Harry, at the Good Sa-
maritan Hospital.
B'nai B'rith Lodge was host
at a card party and buffet lunch
Wednesday evening at Schwartz-
berg Hall. Proceeds of the affair
went towards the Service Men's
Recreation Center activities.
Election of officers took place
at a joint meeting of the Beth
El Cong, and Sisterhood held
last Tuesday night. Refresh-
ments were served following the
business session.
The B'nai B'rith Ladies Aux-
iliary held their first semi-annu-
al monthly meeting at Sher Hall
Monday noon. There were about
thirty members present. A lunch-
eon was served by the Sister-
hood of Beth El. Chairman was
Mrs. Frank Barer, assisted by
Mrs. Helen Freedman. Mrs. Helen
Hirschkorn and Mrs. Hyman Kap-
ner. A short meeting followed.
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military Intelligence
Broadway producer Herman
Shumlin, having finished his
Hollywood chore, is preparing to
leave the dimmed-out White
Way for the duration He'll
be a private in the U. S. Army.
Also Army-bound is Jerry Fink-
elstein, the ambitious young man
who unsuccessfully tried to un-
seat New York State Senator
Frederic Coudert in this fall's
elections Bandleader Abe Ly-
man got so tired of hearing all
the talk about the various Army
and Navy commissions he was
supposed to be getting that he
finally went down to the local
induction center to enter the
Army as a private And got
the shock of his life when he was
sent back home with a 4-F rat-
ing Champion swimmer
Abrasha Brainin of Montreal,
nineteen-year-old grandson of the
late Reuben Brainin, has volun-
teered for service in the Canadian
Artillery, and is now in an offi-
cers' training camp His fath-
er, Moe Brainin, was a sergeant
in Vladimir Jabotinsky's Jewish
Legion in the last war.
STAGE AND SCREEN
Composer Kurt Wcill is a very
busy man these days Not on-
ly is he writing the music for a
show that is to star Grace
Moore on Broadway, but he is
distinguishing himself as an ac-
complished airplane spotter .
Playwright Lillian Hollman is
right up to the minute She's
doing a new script for the films
and very carefully has made all
her male characters either under
18 or over 45 years of age, to
spare casting directors some
headaches When you see the
film "Hitler's Children," take a
good look at the stormtroopers in
the picture ... Of two hundred
extras hired for these parts, over
100 are non-Aryans Who says
that movie moguls are strictly
commercial-minded? Warner
Brothers have decided not to re-
vive the late George M. Cohan's
"The Phantom President." be-
cause it isn't good enough .
An excellent principle, and one
that could be invoked to advant-
age to call off the release of many
a Hollywood product That
825,000 limit on net salary (after
payment of taxes) is going to de-
prive film tycoon Louis B. May-
er of one regular source of pub-
licity The annual newspaper
round-up of the country's highest
salaried executives, which always
featured him at the top of the list
will have to be discontinued .
Have you heard the Hollywood
story conference at which a pic-
ture about Russian guerrilla
fighters was being discussed? .
A writer was describing a se-
quence: "These Russian fighters,
having lost all their equipment,
are retreating over the snow as
we fade out Then we fade in
these same querrillas, now on
skis, chasing the Nazis" .
"How's that?" interjected the
producer "Where did they
get the skis from?" "That's
easy," replied the writer .
"They just take them off the ends
of their names."
ABOUT PEOPLE
Don't be surprised if Governor
Lehman is given a high military
rank and will play an important
role in the overseas administrat-
ive side of the General Staff .
Pierre van Paassen will make an
important statement on Jewish
prospects in the post-war era at
the National United Palestine
Appeal Conference to be held in
New York on December 6th .
Congratulations to Erich Leins-
dorf, conductor of the Metropoli-
tan Opera, on the acquisition of
his final U. S. citizenship papers.
Future generations will probably
get the impression that Henry
Morgenthau, Jr., was a distin-
guished composer of our era .
For the various war bond songs
used by the Treasury Department
in its campaign are copyrighted
in the name of the Secretary of
the Treasury Coupled with
the fact that Mr. Morgenthau's
immediate predecessor in office
was something of a musician, this
should readily confuse the histo-
rians of posterity.
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cured from any Sisterhood mem-
ber or at the Center office.
Thanksgiving Day Services
The annual Thanksgiving Day
services will be held at the Cen-
ter Synagogue on Thursday, No-
vember 26th at 10:30 a. m. An
impressive and inspiring program
has been prepared and the gen-
eral public is cordially invited
to attend.
DENNIS PUBLICITY CHIEF FOR
TROPICAL AND MIAMI OPEN
Dinty T. Dennis, well known in
Miami sports circles, has been
named resident publicity director
for Tropical Park race track, suc-
ceeding Russell Oakcs. now a
captain in the U. S. Army.
Jack Fitzgerald, with the track
last season, will continue, being
associated with Dennis in charge
of out-of-state publiciy.
Dennis tendered his resignation
as publicity director of the Met-
ropolitan Fishing Tournament
and also resigned as director of
publicity for the Dade County De-
fense Council, taking charge of
publicity for the salvage divis-
ion under Mrs. C. H. Reeder.
Dennis at the same time ac-
cepted the post of publicity di-
rector for the fifth straight year
of the $5,000 Miami Open, a
gratis pcfit.cn, since all funds
derived from admission and play-
ers' entry fees goes into 'he coun-
ty war chest.
He revet led last weeK that he
haa just returned from Washing-
ton where he was turned down by
two branches of the United
States service.
New York (WNS)In a pro-
clamation appealing for the crea-
tion of a Jewish Army in the
Middle East, 1,521 prominent
Americans including Governors,
Mayors, Members of Congress
and labor leaders, declared the
moral right of the stateless Jews
of Europe and the Jews of Pales-
tine "to fightas they ask to
fightunder the ancient banner
of David the King, as the Jewish
Army."
The proclamation which ech-
oed similiar appeals made during
the last eighteen months was ad-
dressed to "our valiant allies,
the British Commonwealth of
Nations, free peoples every-
where in the world as well as
to our godless enemies."
The proclamation read: "Every
footstep of the Jew in Europe
is stained with his own blood.
The Jews have had a hundred
Rotterdams. They have seen
the horror of a thousand Lidices.
The first victims of Hitler's ag-
gression cannot conceive democ-
racy denying to them participa-
tion on the battlefield in this cru-
sade against barbarism.
"Two hundred thousand Pales-
tinian and stateless Jews in the
Middle East and elsewhere are
ready to give battle and fight to
the death. But they have been
denied weapons. They are not
recognized as belligerents. Even
tiny Luxembourg is a full-
pledged belligerent ally of Brit-
ain and of America, and rightly
so. But not the Jews.
"We have a duty to perform.
America must not fail them.
The eyes of all the world's op-
pressed and heavy-laden are on
Washington. From this nation
free and mighty, the world ex-
pects the moral leadership for
liberation.
The proclamation concluded:
"We, people of America, recog-
nize the solution of the age-old
Jewish problem in Europe as one
of the objectors of democracy
and as a preliminary condition to
permanent peace in the world."
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CANADA CRACKS DOWN ON
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION IN
VITAL WAR INDUSTRIES
Ottawa (WNS)National Se-
lective Service this week warned
Canadian employees that dis-
crimination against workers for
reasons of race, color, or creed
may result in all their labor sup-
plies being cut off.
In a statement, Selective Ser-
vice said that employees who
continue to practice discrimina-
tion "may find all sources of
workers closed to them by re-
fusal of National Selective Ser-
vice to issue permits for workers
to seek employment with them:"
Complaints had been made to
Selective Service from a number
of quarters that some employers
particularly in Toronto, were
showing discrimination against
applicants of certain races. The
matter has been under careful
study since that time.
The manpower problem is
most acute in highly-industrial-
ized centres, and Selective Ser-
vice felt any discrimination on
racial grounds might seriously
reduce the available supply of
labor.
One recent protest was made
by the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress which sent a delegation to
Ottawa to interview Elliott M.
Little, Director of National Se-
lective Service. The Congress
delegates said they had received
reports that some Selective Ser-
vice officers were lending them-
selves to continuance by employ-
ers of discriminatory practices.
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PAGE EIGHT
B'nai B'rith
& Not
e s
By Paul Weitzman
More years ago than we care
to look back upon we were, in
the vernacular, a "sloppy mess-
man" on the United States Army
Transport Buford (now we're
definitely dated) and character-
istic of sailors of that day even
in the steward's department,
used to say. 'more days, more
dollars."
Today we sit behind a desk.
and on occasion deal in "cliches."
which is bad. and are not above
slipping in a pun. once in awhile,
which is worse. And here it is
another Tuesday evening, and
another "colyum" must be batted
out to fill the rapacious maw of
the "Floridian" before it is put
to bed.
So now again "the time has
come" the Walrus said, "to talk
of many things." The last time
we started a column with this
quotation. Freddy Shochet's edi-
torial blue pencil wrote "finis"
that was the end. But this time
we'll tell you of B'nai B'rith and
Ben B'riths and. what's the name
of lady B'riths? So we'll be in-
side the charmed circle.
National A.Z.A. Sabbath
Last Sabbath eve was Friday,
the 13th. the day generally ac-
cepted as a day of ill omen. The
strong of back, but weak in mind,
are fearful of walking under lad-
ders, of black cats or other great-
er or lesser superstitions. But
the strong of mind, the enlight-
ened, look with disdain upon
such superstitions. And didn't
"we" start what turned out to
be the greatest naval victory in
history on that day in the Solo-
mons?
So. on Friday the 13th, through
the length and breadth of these
United States, wherever A.Z.A.
Chapters have their being, the
Sabbath Services were conducted
ed in synagogues and temples by
A.Z.A.'s.
Miami Chapter A.Z.A. conduct-
ed services at Temple Israel and
the sermon was delivered by
Marvin Goldman. Beth David
Congregation witnessed and par-
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tieipatcd in religious services
1 and ceremonies conducted by
Sigma Rho Chapter, an A.Z.A.
group still in its probationary |
stage, the sermon being delivered
by Davi Jacobs. And Miami
Beach Chapter A.Z.A. conducted:
services at the Miami Beach Jew-]
ish Center with Seymour Bren-
ner delivering the sermon. All
phases of the religious services
i were conducted throughout by i
' the A.Z.A. boys.
The "busy bees" (B.Z.B.s to
you) helped admirably by their
attendance at each of these con-
gregations, lending their moral
support to the occasion, and phy- j
sically aiding by helping with the
refreshments, where refreshments
were provided.
The activities of the A.Z.A.'s
and B.Z.B.'s should not be dis-
missed lightly with an "en pas-
sant" item. B'nai B'rith. who
fathers the A.Z.A.'s and the La- |
dies Auxiliary, which mothers the
B.Z.B.'s may well be proud of
their sons and daughters. They
are the future leaders of the par- :
ent organizations and of the I
community.
Ladies Auxiliary Elections
Unlike Sholem Lodge, which
will have an election without a
contest and which will wind up
with a back-slapping mutual ad-
miration society, the ladies may
indulge in a hair-pulling match
to determine which of ten charm-
ing ladies shall deliberate as
board of directors out of the
twelve nominated to that board.
Except for this contest all will be
quiet at the election, but here arc'
the names of those nominated to
all offices: President, Mrs. Sam ,
Silver; first vice-president. Mrs.
S. B. Miller: second vice-presi-
dent. Mrs. E. Albert Pallot; re-
cording secretary. Mrs. Joseph A.
Berman; corresponding secretary,
Mrs. Albert Green; financial sec- ,
retary. Mrs. Harold Turk; treas-;
urer. Mrs. Jack August; monitor.
Mrs. Jennie Rotfort; board of di-
rectors. Mrs. Sol Goldstrom, Mrs.
Louis Heiman. Mrs. Frank Coret, j
Mrs. Milton A. Friedman. Mrs.
Walter Kovner, Mrs. Leo Eisen- j
stein, Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. ]
Benjamin Landan. Mrs. R. Levey,!
Mrs. Isaac Levin, Mrs. David
Catsman and Mrs. S. Fleishman. |
We can't decide whether the ;
ladies are checking on their hus- i
bands or vice versa. Too bad wc
don't list again the officers of
Sholem Lodge, but we don't have
to; just remove the "Mrs." from
most of the names listed above
and there they will be!
Fifty-Five Service Stars
The number is swelling since
the last count with Joe Swartz,
he of the East Coast Fisheries, in
the Coast Guard; Emanuel Wein-
kle in the navy, stationed at Key
West; Aaron Weinkle in the ar-
my at Camp Blanding; and in the
army air force went Jack Mint-
zer. whose organization. East
Coast Bags and Metals Co. re-
ceived the War Production
Board's Merit Banner. We know
these Ben Brith's added to the
others will make "waste mater-
ials" (there goes one of those
puns we were telling you about)
of our enemies.
B'nai B'rith CaptainsNote
You are cordially invited to
attend a dinner meeting on De-
cember 1. 1942. 6:30 p. m.. at the
Palatial Restaurant. 265 N. E. 2nd
Street. Miami. Dutch treat. Bring
ideas. Please make no other ap-
pointments. This is important.
+Jewisi> ncrk/iar
FROM THE
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jjr
Th<- viowH expressed by Mr- Boxer-man air his own and do not noc-essarily represent Hie opinion oi The Jewish Floridian.
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of another Rather
found in grous of peopl? whhj?
vergent points of view
to understand each oth
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Biblical Research'
If all the tracts issued by "bib-
lical research societies" and simi-
lar groups formed to convert the
Jews to Christianity were laid
end to end, they would probably
circle the globe And if only
those funds devoted to such pur-
poses were turned into more pro-
ductive channels, there might be
less anti-Semitism in this world.
Walking down a Miami thor-
oughfare in the downtown dis-
trict, we ran across a Bible Re-
search Hall (pretty pretentious
title for a one-room storeroom).
Available for free distribution in
a leaflet rack on the outside of
the door were no fewer than
twelve different publications di-
rected to Jews, urging their con-
version to the only "true" relig-
ionChristianity. The leaflets
were attractively gotten up with
an appeal in both English and
Yiddish. Having some idea of
printing costs we marveled at the
quality of print job and the ex-
pense of the paper.
Seeing the Light
The most interesting part of
this whole business is the role
played by converted Jews in it.
A Jewish convert seems to be
the head of one of the mission
groups under whose auspices
some of the pamphlets were is-
sued While we have no rea-
son to doubt the sincerity of the
reverend gentleman, it would
seem to us that with the whole
world in flames because of the
collapse of Judeo-Christian ideals
he could spend his energies and
money more productively in
teaching the Christian world
something about Christianity.
As to the confessional stories
related in the tracts, telling how
Jews miraculously saw the light
and embraced Christianitythey
remind us of the Billy Sunday
revivals and the type of person
ing
Undertanding lessens conflict '
Lack of understanding creat*
suspicion and hatred The N
tional Conference of Christ,^
and Jews hits the nail on J
head with its slofian ..
world safe for differences."
As a concrete illustration, take
an event that transpired last Sun-
day, something which has not
happened in Miami within the
memory of the older residents
Nor does it happen anywhere in
the country more than a few
times ... A Jewish rabbi not
alone preached the sermon but
conducted the entire Sunday ser-
vices for a Christian congrega-
tion whose pastor was out of the
city^
"Fetters ot Ignorance
The rabbi was Dr. Jacob H
Kaplan, the church the First
Unitarian of Miami ... Of course
it was entirely fitting that Dr.
Kaplan should occupy the pul-
pit in preference to any other
member of the Jewish clergy
For he, a rabbi in Israel, was in
a substantial degree responsible
for the founding of a Unitanan
church in Miami ... He also se-
cured the assistance of others in
contributing financially toward
the initial budget of the church.
The event was in keeping with
the statement of James Marshall.
editor of the Unitarian bulletin.
which has the motto, "Unitarians
would be freed from the fetters
of ignorance, the bigotry of or-
thodoxy, the intolerance of sec-
tarianism, the bonds of creeds''
Tolerance and Intolerance
Jim Marshall himself is the
kind of Christian that every lib-
eral Miamian ought to know .,
We admire the grasp that he has
of inter-group relations Apro-
pos of Dr. Kaplan's appearance
in the pulpit. Jim comments that
he always disliked the word "tol-
erance." ... He hates to hear an-
other Christian say that he is
"tolerant" of the Jews, or whites
or negroes ... He feels, as do
we, that it is understanding, not
tolerance that is needed ... As
Jim phrases it, "The word 'toler-
ance' is unctuous, sanctimonious.
egocentric There is no virtue
in sitting down at a club lunch-
eon between a Jew and a Cath-
olic The man who feels that
by so doing he is 'tolerant' is in-
tolerant' ... A fair-minded per-
son never thinks of religious dis-
tinctions ... To him men are
men."
Gut Shabbos!
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