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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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VOLUME 15No. 49
MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1942
PRICE 10 CENTS
London (WNS)Jews through-
out the British Empire will ob-
serve Sunday. December 13, as a
day 0f mourning and fasting for
the two million Jewish victims of
Hitlerism and for the five million
Jews still alive in Nazi-occupied
Europe who are doomed to exter-
mination.
Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz an-
nounccd the day of mourning fol- j
lowing an emergency conference.
attended by representatives of
the Board of Deputies of British
Jews, Hie Jewish Agency for Pal-
estine, the British section of the
World Jewish Congress and the
Agudas Israel.
A special Channukah message
was broadcast this week to the j
Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe. I
ng Jewish efforts in the
United States and Palestine to ]
avenge the ghetto victims, the
broadcast appealed to the Jews in |
Nazi territories to "Keep up your (
courage since the day of libera-
tion of F.urope from the Nazis is
approaching.
JEWISH LEADERS DISCUSS
ATROCITIES OF THE NAZIS
MIAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT
NEW OFFICERS WEDNESDAY
A meeting of the Miami Zion-
ist District will be held at the
Beth David Talmud Torah, 135
N. W. 3rd Ave. Wednesday. De-
cember 16th at 8 p. m., it was an-
nounced by Louis Heiman, presi-
dent.
A feature of the meeting will
be the election of new officers to
serve during the coming year.
The program, which is now being
arranged, promises to be an in-
teresting one.
The district is planning an act-
ive season and a membership
campaign is to be launched at an
early date. Consideration is now
being given to other projects to
be initiated in line with resolu-
tions adopted at the National Zi-
onist Convention, held in New
York this year.
The public is invited to attend.
JEWS IN 29 FREE
E
QF
Washington (WNS)President
Roosevelt conferred this week
with a delegation of American
Jewish leaders who submitted to
the chief executive documents de-
scribing in detail Hitler's scheme
for the extermination of the Jew-
ish population of Nazi-occupied
Europe. The conference was held
in the White House Tuesday.
The Jewish delegation consist-
ed of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, pres-
ident of the American Jewish
Congress; Nahum Goldman, of
the World Jewish Congress; Mor-
ns Wertheim, president of the
American Jewish Committee;
Henry Monsky, president of B'nai
B'rith, and Adolph Held, head of
the Jewish Labor Committee.
Following the conference with
the president, the Jewish leaders
visited Gen. Sikorski, premier of
the Polish Government-in-exile,
now in this country on an offi-
cial mission.
LEADERS ASK PRESIDENT
FOR A JEWISH HOMELAND
Washington (WNS)A joint
declaration, signed by 62 mem-
bers of the United States Senate
and 181 members of the House
'" Representatives pledging their
continued support of the "de-
clared joid traditional policy of
the United States to favor the re-
iteration of the Jewish National
Home in Palestine" was submit-
ted to President Roosevelt this
week it was announced by Sena-
tor Robert F. Wagner, of New-
York.
In making public the text of
'he joint declaration. Senator
"'agner characterized the action
as of "world significance" and
i out that the "support
whicti it records is non-partisan."
11 is expresive," he, declared.
of a deep-seated sentiment in
favor of the Jewish Homeland in
Palestine which is wide-spread
among the American people and
represents also a striking reaf-
[Trnation of a traditional Amer-
'can policy."
New York (WNS)Jews in 29
free countries joined in the
world-wide observance of a day
of fasting and prayer for the mil-
lions of Jews massacred by Hit-
ler's legions in blood-soaked oc-
cupied Europe. Synagogues were
crowded with Jews who closed
their businesses and left their
jobs to pray for the victims of
Hitlerism.
In New York City an estimat-
ed 500.000 Jewish workers partic-
ipated in a 10-minutc work stop-
page. In factories manufactur-
ing war essentials, this time was
later made up. Hundreds of
thousands of non-Jewish work-
ers joined in the stoppage and
adopted resolutions condemning
the Nazi brutalities and demand-
ing that the United Nations take
action to stop the mass murders.
Mayor F. H. LaGuardia called
upon the non-Jewish populations
of the city to join with their Jew-
ish friends and neighbors in ob-
serving the Jewish day of mourn-
ing. The mayor said: "I know
that they will want to join with
their Jewish friends and neigh-
bors in their prayers. No creed
and no faith is safe from the vic-
ious attacks of the Nazis.
Governor Lehman said in a
statement: "In all pages of his-
tory, we can find no greater ex-
ample of studied cruelty. Odi-
ously. Hitler and his band Ol
monsters have determined to wipe
0Ut an entire people. This stud-
ied cruelty and brutality has
called forth the deep resentment
t aI, decent-thinking people in
,.verv part Of the world. It is our
duty to wage war so vigorously,
so uncompromisingly that these
unfortunate men. women and
children will again be freed and
JeK to take their rightful place
fn the world of security, peace and
goodwill. To that end we
This country and in every otIk
freedom-loving country o tiu
world must devote every ounce
o, our determination, our courage
and our energy.
Everyl^nTlyTaTk^dTo return
to circulation 10 pennies in or-
der that copper saved might bt
used for manufactures Squeeze
baby's bank for Uncle Sam.
re
11 FOR OTHER
Isaac Levin, chairman, this
week announced the resignation
of William I. Boxerman, director
of the Florida regional office of
the Anti Defamation League
ARCHBISHOP ASKS ACTION
TO STOP NAZI SLAUGHTER
London .WNS)The "burning
indignation" of the Church of
England at the organized Nazi
slaughter of millions of Jews in
Nazi-occupied Europe, was ex-
pressed this week by the Arch-
bishop of Canterbury, who urged
the United Nations to lake action
to halt the mass killings.
In a letter published in the
London Times, the Archbishop
described the Nazi program of
extermination as "a horror be-
yond what imagination can grasp
and for which barbarous ages
scarcely supply a parallel." He
added that "at lea.-t we might of-
fer to receive here any Jews able
to escape Nazi clutches and make
their way to our shores."
The Archbishop suggested that
any person proved involved in the
Axis atrocities be held responsi-
ble after the war.
OF POLISH JEi 15
since its inception in January.
1941. Mr. Boxerman is leaving
Miami soon to assume the newly-
created post of executive director
of the Jacksonville Jewish Com-
munity Council.
In making public the resigna-
tion, Mr. Levin said: "It is with
deep regret that I announce Mr.
Boxerman's plans. At the same
time, it affords me great pleas-
ure to know that in his new field
of endeavor he not only will ad-
minister a public relations pro-
gram similar to the one he inaug-
urated with such success here,
but also will have responsibility
for central fund-raising and the
varied aspects of communal plan-
ning. Miami's loss indeed is Jack-
sonville's gain."
Mr. Levin stated further:
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 3)
OF
dies yuan
Chicago.Mrs. Hannah G. Sol-
omon, founder of the National
Council of Jewish Women, died
Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon
at her home Monday night of a
paralytic stroke suffered a week
ago.
London (WNS)Nazi Gestapo
Chief Heinrich Himmler has or-
ganized new brands of notorious-
y anti-Semitic Ukrainian and
Latvian hooligans to speed up the
extermination of the 1.000,000 to
1.250.000 Jews still alive in Pol-
and of the estimated 3.500.000
Jews in Poland before the Nazi
occupation, according to reliable
underground reports received
here this week.
These new bands of anti-Jew-
ish terrorists, commanded by
Gestapo and SS agents, have been
turned loose on the Polish ghettos
with orders to kill as many Jews
as possible. The underground re-
ports, which gave additional de-
tails of the Nazi plan to destroy
completely the Jewish popula-
tion of occcupied Europe, were
disclcosed here by Samuel Zyg-
elbaum, one of the two Jewish
members of the Polish National
Council.
During the first eight months
of 1942, there have been 1.250,000
to 1.500.000 Jewisn victims of or-
ganized manslaughter, and oth-
ers have died or starvation, hard-
ships and hygienic conditions in
the ghettos. The wholesale mas-
sacre was carried out by German
Verni-htungscolonen (extermina-
tion columns) and destruction
squads commanded by the highest
Nazi authorities in Berlin.
In Warsaw's ghetto, the report
said, only 30.000 remain of the
400.000 young Jews employed in
the large factories of Schultze
and Tebcns or as Jewish police.
In the Lublin ghetto only 400 are
left in the Majdanks factory oi
60.000 once employed there. The
reports confirmed previous sto-
ries of mass gas poisoning, elec-
trocuting and machine-gunning in
ghetto streets.
The Warsaw ghetto was de-
scribed as in a state of nervous
tension approximating mass in-
sanity. Food is almost unobtain-
ablea pound of potatoes costs
$5 and a loaf of bread ^-^
times the price outside the ghet-
to walls. .
The report concluded with an
ardent appeal to save 500,0001 sur-
vivors from inevitable death, it
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 2)
COUNCIL APPEALS
10 NATIONS HEADS
FOR JEWISH LIVES
Jerusalem (WNS)As the Jew-
ish community of Palestine con-
cluded its week-long mourning
period, during which places of
entertainment were closed and
work stoppages called, for the
millions of Jews slain by Nazi
death squads, the Jewish Nation-
al Council of Palestine appealed
to President Roosevelt, Prime
Minister Winston Churchill anil
Soviet Premier Josef Stalin to
rescue the Jews alive in Nazi-oc-
cupied Europe.
The appeal called upon the
three most powerful Allied lead-
ers to: (1. Do your utmost to stop
the Nazi slaughter of Jews in Eu-
rope; (2: Warn the Nazis that
they will be held to strict account
for the killing of the Jews: (3:
Save the remnants of European
Jewry by exchanging German
nationals residing in the demo-
cratic countries for Jews in the
ghettos; (4. Rescue Jewish child-
ren immediately from the Nazis;
(5. Allow the Jews to fight as a
people among the other peoples.
Impressive protest demonstra-
tions took place during the week
in all parts of Palestine. In Tel
Aviv, a huge demonstration was
led by rabbis, carrying Torahs in
their hands. The demonstrators
carried signs reading: "Where
are the Democratic Govern-
ments?" The crowd of thousands
of Jews pledged "not to remain
silent and not to allow Jewish
blood to be silenced."
PROMINENT VIENNA JEWS
SENT TO CZECH FORTRESS
Geneva (WNS)Dr. D. Fried-
man, former president of the Vi-
enna Jewish community, and Dr.
Robert Striker, noted Austrian
Zionist leader, and their families,
have been deported to Theresin-
stadt, Nazi fortress prison in
Czechoslovakia, from which, it is
said, no one ever emerges alive, it
was reported here this week. The
report said that the liquidation of
the once-flourishing Jewish com-
munity of Vienna has been vir-
tually completed.
HOLD 250 JEWISH LEADERS
OF TUNIS AS HOSTAGES
London (WNS)General Wal-
ther Nehring, Nazi commander of
the Axis forces in Tunisia has or-
dered the arrest of 250 Jewish
leaders in Tunis as a warning to
the Jewish population to refrain
from anti-Nazi and pro-Allied ac-
tivities, according to reports re-
ceived here this week.
As American and British forces
made preparations for an all-out
assault on Tunis and Bizerte. the
Nazi commander warned that the
250 Jewish hostages would be ex-
ecuted if the Jewish population
persisted in what he described as
pro-Allied efforts."
At the same time General
Nehring ordered Jewish -schools,
institutions and synagogues as
well as all Jewish owned enter-
prises in Axis-held Tunisia,
elosed. The closing of Jewish-
owned stores and shops caused
considerable looting.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER
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Personals
Clubs

Organizations
Mrs. J. Louis Shochet is a pa-
tient at the Sinai Hospital, Bal-
A monument to the memory of
the late Isador Lipton, pioneer
timore, Md.. where she is recup- Miamian. and father of Joseph
ci-iting from a major operation.
She will remain in Baltimore for
a month and then will journey to
Monroe, Va., where she will be
the house guest of her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Finley Binder, on their country
estate, Ingleside.

The marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth
Urban. 541 13th St.. Miami
Beach, to Pr. Joseph J. Frank
was solemnized Sunday after-
noon at Beth David Congrega-
tion, with Rabbi Max Shapiro
officiating. The couple are now
residing at Dr. Frank's home, 2020
N. W. 46th St., Miami.

Mrs. G. Silver and Mrs. S.
Schatzman will serve as hostesses
at a dinner and card party Sun-
day. December 13th, at 6 p. m. at
the home of Mrs. Silver, 1056 S.
W. 13th Ave.. Miami. The affair
will benefit the program of the
Pioneer Women's Organization of
Greater Miami.
I., Sam. and Simon Lipton, will
be unveiled with fitting ceremon-
ies Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. The services will be held
at the Jewish section, Woodlawn
Park Cemetery, with Rabbi Max-
Shapiro officiating, and under
the personal direction of Emanuel
Gordon.

The Spinoza Forum will meet
Saturday afternoon. 2 to 5:30
o'clock under the canopy on the
lawn of the home of Dr. Abra-
ham Wolf son, 124 11th Street.
Miami Beach, to hear the broad-
cast of La Boheme, from the
Metropolitan Opera House, in
New York, with Grace Moore
and Enzio Pinza. Lawrence E.
Schlechter, well known lecturer,
will speak on "What About Ger-
many?" All are welcome.
Miami Chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah will hold a regular busi-
ness session on Monday, Decem-
ber 14, at 2 p. m. at the Service
Men's Center, 1711 Alton Road,
Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin will preside during the busi
Funeral services for Charles
Karasik, 53, retired dairy pro-
ducts dealer who died Saturday
at his home. 1885 S. W. Seventh
St., was conducted by Rabbi Max
Shapiro, of Beth David Congrega-
tion, at Gordon Funeral Home.
ness meeting, and Mrs. Max Do- He came to Miami eight years ago
brin will be program chairman I from New York and was a mem-
of the day. The annual tribute to ber of Beth David congregation,
Henrietta Szold on her birthday j Survivors include his widow,
will take the form of a review of [ Sadie, of Miami; a daughter. Mrs.
the new biography "Life and Let- Jeanettc Blau of Miami; three sis-
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NEW YEAR'S I
Murry Zohn. Irwin Berger and
Seymour Gladstone, all Miami
boys and active A. Z. A.'s. are
now members of the navy and
stationed at the Jacksonville Nav-
al Air Base.

Lt. Jack Mintzer, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Mintzer of Miami
Beach, left Wednesday after
completing a six weeks training
course on Miami Beach with the
U. S. Army. He will take addi-
tional training in administrative
work.
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Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs
Funeral services for Mrs. Be-
atrice Tannenbaum, 52. of 2101
S. W. 11th St.. who died Saturday
in a Miami hospital, was held
Tuesday at the Gordon Funeral
Home. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of
Beth David Congregation, and
Rabbi Simon April, of Shaarei
Zedek congregation, officiated.
Burial was in Woodlawn ceme-
tery. Jewish section. Mrs. Tan-
nenbaum came here 25 years ago
from New York. She was a mem-
ber of Shaarei Zedek congrega-
tion, active in its organization,
and the American Legion Auxil-
iary. All affairs of the Auxiliary
weir postpotied one week in re-
spect. She leaves her husband.
Charles, two sons. Sidney Rosen-
stock and Stanley Tannenbaum;
two daughters. Mrs. Sidney Feld-
man and Mrs. Alberta Pallot; and
a sister, Mrs. Ida Buckstein. all of
Miami, and a brother. Dr. J.
Grossman, of New York.
ters of Henrietta Szold," by Mar-
vin Lowenthal, to be given by
Mrs. Dobrin. Miss Szold, who
will be 82 years old on Decem-
ber 21. founded Hadassah thirty
years ago as a modest health pro-
gram for mothers and children in
ters, Mrs. Hannah
Sophie Mesh and
Weisman, all of New York.
It'll be Boston College, a high
Pearl. Mrs.' scoring team, against Alabama's
Mrs. Yetta mighty defense in the Oning"
POST-WAR WORLD
"The thirst for revenge will be
great and understandable. Let
Palestine. The guest speaker will j us not, however, let revenge be
be Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of i our guiding motive. Revenge is | what promises all the thrills any
Bowl game at Miami New Year's
day. The Orange Bowl commit-
tee, admittedly forced to wait
until other bowl leaders with
rich purses to offer had made
their selections, came up with
Temple Israel, who will discuss, barren, except in that it breeds
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"Palestine in the Post-War
World." Members and friends of
the organization are urged to at-
tend, participate in the discus-
sions, and enjoy the social hour
at the conclusion of the program.

Announcement is made of the
marriage of Miss Estelle Louise
Dreyfuss, formerly of New York
City, now of Miami, to Mr. Nath-
an Strauss, Miami representative
of Recordia Manufacturing Com-
pany. New York. The ceremony
performed December 9th was fol-
lowed by a dinner attended by
close friends of the couple. Mr.
and Mrs. Strauss are now residing
at the Ponce de Leon Hotel.

Dade Chapter No. 1, National
Children's Cardiac Home, held its
regular meeting Wednesday, De-
cember 9th at the Clover Club,
Biscayne Blvd., at 2 o'clock. A
short business meeting was held,
followed by an interesting pro-
gram prepared for the afternoon
by Mrs. Joseph Berman. program
chairman. Mrs. Clementine Kemp,
president of the organization, pre-
sided.
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justice and firmness tempered by
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"Impacticably of exorbitant
measures are just as bad as no
measures at all. That has not
always been remembered. Let
us not lose sight of it again. We
must be just, firm, realistic and
far-sighted. The future of those
who come after us is at stake,
and for that future we are to a
large extent responsible."
Queen Wilhelmina.
GOOD NEWS
Golf widows may find wel-
come news in the announce-
ment that there will be no more
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clubs once current stocks are
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game will offer on January 1.
Boston College, though badly
beaten in its final game by Holy
Cross, nevertheless is rated by
experts as one of the great clubs
of recent years. The New Eng-
land eleven can, and probably
will come back with a brilliant
performance, they predict, just
as Georgia came back and
swamped Tech after Auburn had
thoroughly beaten the Bulldogs.
Boston College, Ohio State and
Georgia still are rated as the
great offensive teams of the sea-
son, and each has been beaten.
The only major unbeaten team is
Tulsa, and it is taking nothing
from that club to say its schedule
didn't compare with those of Bos-
ton College, Alabama. Georgia,
Tech, and the other bowl teams.
Added interest this week is
due to another fine feature, the
military program which will be
staged between halves. Local ar-
my and navy officials are work-
I ing together on this, and prom-
ise the best military pageant ever
seen in Miami. Beautiful Eileen
Knapp. Miami High school stu-
dent who was Miss Florida at At-
lantic City last summer, will be
the central theme of this pageant
as Miss Victory.
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PPJDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1942
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
j
(TbiB
hy the I""1
S, rotate
weekly feature Is prepared
l)lir relatloiiH committee of
Miami Army anil Navy
. of the National Jewish
SStare Board. The committee in-
7' U.ll.am I Boxerman chair-
_. Benjamin Bronston. SVed K.
Kodiet and Paul Weltzman
JgKtrlbutlona to th :
_,ir0i.....|, paiti'-ulnrly In the form of
"''"" ,,.eive.l here from Greater
lllinii boys now In the service.)
Thumbnail Sketches
According to his father who
has just received a long-distance
call from his son. Allan W. Gold-
berg now is qualified as a pilot
in the army air corps after sev-
eral months as an aviation ca-
det. Allan is stationed at Nash-
ville. Tenn. Nathaniel E.
Greenblatt enlisted recently in
the merchant marine His
brother, Leonard, who entered the
service in November. 1941. now
jg a second lieutenant in the ar-
my, stationed at Los Angeles,
Calif.
Bernard Greenstein, who previ-
ously was stationed at Fort Ben-
mng and now is at Camp Gor-
don, Augusta, Ga.. has won high
honors in inarkmanship and the
handling of hand grenades |
During actual combat, men hav-.
ing his markmanship record gen-
erally are assigned to headquar- '
ters company as guards for high-
ranking officers Incidentally.
Private Greenstein soon will be
announcing the addition of a third
member to his family.
Bentley Knobel was graduated
last month from the O. C. S. at
Miami Beach as a second lieuten-
ant in the army air corps He
now is stationed at Kelly Field, |
Texas His brother. Edward.
enlisted a few weeks ago as an
apprentice seaman in the coast
guard.
Dr. Edward Roth, a practicing
physician on the Beach, has en-1
listed in the United States mari- j
time service and has been com-
missioned as past assistant sur-
geon in the United States Public
Health Service Reserve This
rank is equivalent to a full lieu-
tenancy in the navy or a captain
in the army ... Dr. Roth has re-'
ported to Omaha, Neb. for duty.
Lt. Irrin Karah. of the navy.
has returned from Guadalcanal
island and is visiting with friends
on the Beach Jack Turner.
technician fifth grade, is now sta-
tioned with a squadron of the
olumn are army air forces in the Caribbean
area Corp Martin W. Spector
has been enrolled in a special
course of Instruction at the army
signal corps school at Camp Mur-
phy. Fla. Lyman W. Finkel
has been promoted to the grade
of staff sergeant in the am
forces at Newcastle annv air
base.
Lee Silver has successfully com-
pleted the officer candidate
school course at Fort Monmouth,
N. J. and has in en commissioned
second lieutenant in the army
signal corps Sgt. Albert E. Os-
sip. formerly in the field artillery
at Fort Knox. Ky.. is now an of-
ficer candidate at the adjutant
general's school at Fort Washing-
ton. Mil.
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"Since Mr. Boxerman will still re-
main a Floridian, and hence will
retain his contacts with our com-
munity, it is comforting to know
the success that will amend
his undertakings In Jacksonville
will be reflected here as well. I
express the sentiment of thi
cutive committei ami of the Ji w
ish community at large when I
say that few men in Ins position
could have attained the results
that emv.ned his efforts as direc-
tor oi the Florida office, in the
ition of good will for our
people in these trying times. We
him the best of everything
in his new position."
Mr. Boxerman first came to
Miami in the fall of 1940 to sur-
vey the needs of this area for
the Anti-Defamation League. Fol-
lowing his report to the national
headquarters of the organization,
a decision was reached to estab-
lish a Florida office based in Mi-
ami, and to him was entrusted
the task of organizing and de-
veloping a program that has
grown steadily in scope and in-
fluence.
In entering upon his new re-
sponsibilities in Jacksonville Mr.
Boxerman will be directing the
destinies of a communal struct-
ure identical in name with that
which he headed in Detroit. In
the latter city he was the first
director of the Jewish Commun-
:ty Council, then a pioneer move-
ment in American Jewish life.
An announcement will soon be
forthcoming about Mr. Boxer-
man's successor.
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is useless to pass resolutions or
to punish the Germans after the
war, the appeal said. The need
for action is immediate.
Another report received here
this week described the brutal
murder of 250 sick Jewish child-
ren in the Vladimir Medem Child-
ren's Sanatorium near Warsaw.
Doctors and nurses in the insti-
tution, which in the past has
been supported by American Jew-
ish funds, were killed with the
children when they rejected a
Nazi order to leave the children
and return to the Warsaw ghetto.
Mass protest meetings held by
British Jewish organizations have
demanded immediate action by
the United Nations to stop the
cold-blooded murder of millions
of Jews. One proposal adopted
this week urged the United Nat-
ions to punish German nationals in
Allied territories in reprisal for
the mass murder of Jews. The
proposal was made with the hope
that this action would compel
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By HARRY SCHWARTZ
Y. M. and Y. W. Installation
The finest installation ever held'
in this city took place at the Y.
M. H. A. last Sunday night when
the officers and members of the
board of directors of the Y. M.
and Y. W. H, A. were installed.
1 "Y" auditorium was literally
jammed. There was not an inch
oi space available.
The program was opened with
resentation of colors by the
Y. M. II. A. Boy Scout Troop No.
of th installation committee,
made the introduction- remarks
and introduced Al Pallot as mas-
ter of ceremonies, Mr. Pallet
in turn introduced the following
who made brief adresses: Ed-
ward Gleich. a member of the
Sigmo Rho fraternity, an A.Z.A.
Chapter, spoke on "Why We
Need the Y." Eddie is 15 years
old and came to the Y about 7
years ago as a Boy Scout. He
practically grew up in the Y. The
audience felt greatly thrilled..
Morris Klass. executive director
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, spoke on "The Responsi-
bility of Leadership. Stanley C.
Myers installed the officers and
members of the board of direc-
tors. Responsive addresses were
mad by Phil Berkowitz, president
of the Y. M. H. A.: Leo Acker-
man, vice president and chair-
man of the board, and Mrs. Pearl
Reisman. president of the Y. W.
H. A. Hon. Pat Cannon, con-
gressman, was the principal
speaker. The affair was closed
with a short talk and prayer by
Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Dancing Classes
Many more children can be ai -
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Thursday afternoons. While the
attendance at these projects is ex-
cellent, there are many families
who have not taken advantage of
these fine classes. Fathers and
mothers, you are doing an in-
justice to your children by not
laving them come to the Y on
Monday and Thursday. Com-
municate with Mr. Grossman at
the Y and get more particulars.
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girls are practically ready to put
on the show and more details will
be given later. Watch these col-
umns for more details concerning
this group.
"Y" Day Great Event
The Annual "Y" Day of the Y.
W, H. A, was successful both so-
cially and financially. A great
sum of money was realized and
thanks are due to the committee,
particularly to Mrs. Anne Berg, r
and Mrs. Gertrude Rosen for the
fine manner in which they made
their preparations. We also
thank the following hostesses who
ware kind and gracious to lend
their homes lor entertainment at
cards and mah jongg, thereby en-
abling the Y. W. H. A. to profit
by a neat sum: Mesdames Rose
I.libel. Lena Wciner, Jean Ga-
don. Miriam Sager, Ethel Gross-
man, Ann Chester, Sara Shenk-
man, Sophie Sanders, Bea Step-
kin. Pearl Reisman,. Mrs. Barnett.
H. Mandel. Ann Jacobs, Rose
Cole. Ann Shier. Gert Rosen. Jen-
nie Levinson, Tina Kotkin. Belle
Seigel. Ann Bronberg, P. Berko-
witz. J. Kabot. S. Miller, Nor-
man Jacobs, Mrs. Swicker, Mrs.
Deutsch and Mrs. Haas.
Miami Service League
A special and unique event
took place at the Service Men's
Dance last Saturday night. Thru
the courtesy of Nathan Rothberg,
J. W. B.-U. S. O. Director, re-
cordings were made by many of
the boys on a recording machine
provide by Mr. Rothberg. These
records wire sent home to the
parents and sweethearts of the
; boys and all of them were very
delighted.
On Tuesday. December 15. the
Miami Service League will act
as hosts to the draftees in the
rear of the Seybold building.
Over 90 boys will be leaving for
Camp Blanding and the ladies of
the Miami Service League will
present them gifts.
On Monday evening, December
21. the Miami Service League will
give a Squadron Dance for the
boys from Bell Haven.
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 49
A NEED FOR ACTION
A world accustomed to hearing reports of
mass atrocities and brutalities in Nazi-occu-
pied Europe last week was horrified by details
of a new Nazi program to exterminate the
5.000,000 Jews in occupied Europe. Approxi-
mately 2,000,000 helpless Jewsmen, women
and childrenhave already been ruthlessly
slaughtered. These reports are not rumors,
falsifications or exaggerations, but cold facts.
Hitler has ordered the killing of every Jew in
occupied Europe. The Polish Government-in-
exile in London has based its report on au-
thentic documents secured by the Polish under-
ground. The American State Department, ac-
cording to Dr. Stephen S. Wise, has confirmed
the existence of Hitler's extermination order.
Details of Hitler's fiendish program defy
description. Thousands of Jews are forced to
lie. one upon another, in specially-excavated
holes, and are machine-gunned to death. Oth-
ers are pushed into sealed freight cars and
left to die of suffocation and hunger. Some are
killed in gas chambers; others are electrocuted.
A new favorite method of killing Jews is to in-
ject air bubbles into the veins of the victims.
This method is inexpensive and guickone
Nazi doctor can kill 100 Jews in an hour.
In times past Jews have suffered bitterly at
the hands of tyrants and dictators. Nothing,
however, can compare with Hitler's systematic
program of extermination. The United Nations
must act and act promptly if a whole people is
to be saved from destruction. Expressions of
sympathy will not save the 5,000,000 Jews in
Nazi territory. Only forceful Allied action,
backed by bullets and bombs, will halt the
Berlin madman.
The United Nations must now warn Hitler
that if he makes further attempts to carry out
his appalling scheme each and every Nazi and
Fascist will pay for it with his life. If Hitler
refuses to halt this blood-letting, perhaps the
German people will.
The Hebrew press in Palestine has called
on the United Nations to launch an interna-
tional movement to rescue at least the Jewish
children from Hitler's hands. There can be no
doubt but that all in this country would support
such a program.
RAIDS EXPECTED
The following editorial feature appeared in
The Washington Star, November 8. titled
"Raids Expected," written by Henry J. Taylor.
New YorkThere are high military authori-
ties in America who are convinced Nazi bomb-
ers will attack our seaboard. They look for
them first over Washington and New York.
Large sections of the public may not believe
it will happen, but when you take a count
among important air authorities, you often get
the answer. "They'll come over. Any time.
Make no mistake about that."
And I found a general feeling that when
the Nazis do come there may be loud cries of
"Pearl Harbor." As one who has seen Nazi
planes operate over Russian cities, over Lon-
don, in the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Mid-
dle East, I know this could be very unfair to
the Army, and to the top officers involved.
"There is no way to stop a scattered raid,"
specialists in air defense agree. They made
no bones about this when I talked with them at
interceptor fields from Florida to New England.
"It is impossible to have enough anti-aircraft
batteries and interceptor planes to keep off
every Nazi attacker. All America's fighting
production would have to be retained at home,
where the Nazis would like to have us keep it,
in order to do this. And even then, bombs
would fall."
I had been with many of these same au-
thorities during training periods in England and
in action elsewhere. I have just been to their
interceptor fields here. Seeing them back in
the United States, assigned to our air defense, I
asked them how we could do what is not
done any place in the world, namely, develop
a shutout against enemy attack. "We can't.
And the Nazis, of course, know this."
CAPITAL LETTER
By CHARLES BENSON
Arc tin- Nazis fiends? Propa-
gana analysts here want an an-
swer.
Tile question is a serious one,
for en our understanding of the
enemy depends many of the most
important decisions of the war
and of tiie peace. The dictionary
describes fiends as devils, infer-
nal beingsnon-human, super or
sub-human, as you prefer. Many
of us tend to regard Nazis in that
light and all of us sometimes
think of them as able, willing and
likely to do things for which
we can assign no human motives.
The simple truth is. to quote
what Shakespeare said in a
slightly different connection, that
Nazis have "hands, organs, di-
mensions, senses, affections, pas-
sions fed with the same food,
hurt with the same weapons, sub-
ject to the same diseases, healed
by the same means, warmed and
cooled by the same winter and
summer, as a Christian is ... "
Or a Jew.
These rather obvious facts do
not, of course, alleviate in the
slightest the guilt of any one
Nazi or group of Nazis. No one
except themselvesdenies that
they are evil men, wrong-headed,
men, guilty men. But they are
men. and do things for human
reasons, however evil. They are
not embodiments of some defini-
tion of "wrong" in a philosophy
. text-book, 'to whom any unreas-
nable action can safely be at-
tributed, as long as it is suffi-
ciently monstrous.
Aanlysts here are anxious to
point out that if we consider the
Nazis as fiends rather than hu-
mans, we automatically over or
underrate them. While the for-
mer error does not foster so many
dangers as the latter, it can se-
riously affect our war effort by
distorting the point of view from
which we direct our own count-
er-action.
For example, we have recently
b< en told in Washington that Hit-
ler has ordered the extermination
of all Jews in occupied, Europe
by the end of this year. Now.'
this may or may not be true.
But instead of assuming that it
is true, because the Nazis are
tu mis and .Hitler is an arch-
fiend, we might do well to ana-
lyze what the report implies.
It impliesif truethat Hitler
and his subordinates are staring,
raving mad and consequently
that the collapse of the Axis can-
not be many weeks off. This. too.
may or may not be trueand oth-
er evidence may affect our be-
lief in the matter. But if we
accept the alleged order as a
fact, the madness and collapse fol-
low inevitably.
Because look, the analysts say.
There are at least 2,000,000 Jews
left in occupied Europe. At
least half of them must be cap-
able of some kind of work. We
know from many sources that
Germany is struggling with a
desperate manpower shortage.
Would any but a mad ruler kill
off 1.000.000 workers when he
needs every fightng man at the
front? Would any but mad sub-
ordinates let nim? Arc adminis-
trators capable of such insanity
capable of directing a war?
Again. The Nazis are supposed
to have determined on a quick
method of mass murder. One
doctor, we are told, can kill 100
Jews in an hour by injecting air-
bubbles into their arteries. Let
us admit, for the sake of argu-
ment, that superhuman Nazi phy-
sicians can locate an artery, in-
ject an air bubble, and pass to
the next victim in slightly more
than one-half second. Let us ad-
mit, also, that Nazi doctors can
keep up this work 10 hours a
day. Still, at least 100 of them
would be required to finish the
extermination by the end of the
year.
Would any but a mad com-
mander-in-chief, with thousands
of Ins own people suffering and
dying every day for lack of med-
ical care, detail 100 physicians
for a month merely to extermin-
ate people he disliked?
To be sure, he is said to have
a use for the bodiesthe manu-
facture of soap fats. Now. this
also may or may not be true. But
true or not. the mere mention of
the report raises a serious ques-
tion closely related to our esti-
mat of the enemyour estimate
of our own leaders.
True or not. the soap fat story
gets this reaction from most ra-
tional peple who hear it: "Oh.
now. this is really too much. We
heard that one in the last war
and it turned out to be a fake.
You can't believe everything they
tell you in Washington any
more." True or not. that story
does not even convince people
that every Nazi is a fiendit only
makes them suspect that some-
one is trying to dupe them.
The effect of that story is
worse, from the point of view
of those who want people to
think intelligently about the en-
emy, than stories that make the
Nazis inhuman monsters. Its ef-
fect is to promote a far-reaching
distrust of all our information on
the enemy, and a consequent in-
ability to form any opinion about
him at all.
Those with information to dis-
pense about the Nazis have a
great responsibility. They can
show a clever but human enemy
who must be outsmarted. They
can show a fiend whose superhu-
man malevolence we cannot hope
to account for. Or they can show
a caricature so unbelievable on
its face as to furnish no guide
for counter-action at all.
BAPTIST STUDENT RECEIVES B'NAI B'RITH HTLLEL
FOUNDATION INTER-FAITH FELLOWSHIP AT ALABAMA
The Grover Cleveland Hall Award, established by the B'nai
Brith Hillel Foundation at the University of Alabama, in memory
of the late Grover Cleveland Hall, crusading Alabama editor, who
smashed the Ku Klux Klan in his state, is awarded to James Davis
Baptist student, who was adjudged by a faculty committee to have
done the most to promote interfaith relations on the campus. Left
to right, James H. Newman, dean of men; Professor Montgomery,
chairman of the award committee; Rabbi George Ende, director of
the Hillel Foundation; James Davis, award winner, and Dr. Ray-
mond R. Patty, president of the University of Alabama.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
Muctty eongidenUol
-By PHINEAS J. BIRON-
WAR ECHOES
Just before leaving the country on a secret Navy mission
Walter Winchell pointed out to us that the Nazi massacres
in Poland are like the wholesale killing of dangerous wit-
nesses in which the prohibition gangsters used to indulge.
But, Winchell added, the Nazis can't destroy the evidence
against them in that way The government-in-exile have
enough documentary proof of Nazi criminality to convince
any jury Ex-Governor Lehman, they say, is already study-
ing ways and means of feeding the Italians after their col-
lapse, which is expected before 1943 is more than a few
months old Congratulations to the Exide storage battery
people on the Axis representative they are featuring in their
adsan individual with the Hitler forelock and mustache,
the Hirohito eyes and teeth and the Benito chin and jowls.
Quite a combination Hungary is one of the Axis nations,
but Neal O'Hare reports that the good peple of Budapest
express their feelings on this political affiliation by making it
a point to exercise their dogs in Hitler Square and Mussolini
Square Have your youngsters told you that "Superman"
has become a one-man army fighting against the Nazis and
bidding fair to run them out of existence? ... It isn't a coinci-
dence that this military career started just about the time
when Jerry Siegel, co-creator of this legendary figure, was
settling his affairs to become one of Uncle Sam's soldiers.
JEWISH AFFAIRS
Some interesting and heretofore unknown correspondence
between Theodor Herzl and Walter Rathenau has come to
light ... It seems that the German Jewish statesman, whom
the Nazis murdered while he was serving as Minister of For-
eign Affairs in the Weimar Republic, had once flirted with the
idea of Zionism to the extent of subscribing to Die Welt, the
Zionist publication which Herzl edited An editor writes
in to say that that headlines about "47,000 Jews in Palestine
All-Jewish Regiment Poised to Strike at Axis," to which we
objected last week on the grounds that it is misleading, was
taken from a United Palestine Appeal release ... He adds
that he still doesn't believe us when we tell him that there
are hardly 10,000 Jewish soldiers from Palestine in British
combat units Well, he's right when he says we made a
mistake on that point Actually there are less than 6,000 of
the enlisted Palestinian Jewish boys in combatant service
outside of Palestine.
READER'S GUIDE
If you want the inside dope on Hitler and his aides, get a
copy of Bella Fromm's "Blood and Banquets" Miss Fromm.
a refugee now in this country, kept a diary for years in Ber-
lin, and then managed to smuggle it out ... A report card
dating from Adolf's school days is featured in Ludwig Wag-
ner's new book, "Hitler: Man of Strife." The item that inter-
ests us on that report is one reading. "PenmanshipDisagree-
able" That, it seems to us, adequately sums up the
Feuhrer's personality Congratulations to Abraham Ro-
gatnick for his blunt, unretouched interview with Harvard's
Professor Harry A. Wolfson of Harvard, which appeared ex-
clusively in the New York YMHA Bulletin ... A forthcoming
biography will describe the career of the late Dr. Joseph
Goldberger, the scientist who did such important work on
pellagra "Continuous Performance." Mrs. A. J. Balaban's
biography of her husband, the showman, recalls that about
fourteen years ago Mussolini tried to get the Shuberts to pro-
duce a play he had written, and, what's more, insisted that
he should get a half million dollars in advance royalties
And are the Shuberts glad they didn't take him up!
SCIENTIFIC INTERLUDE
Professor Jacques Hadamard, who delivered that most
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FRIDAY.
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PAGE FIVE
CONG BETH DAVID
135 N-
W.
Third Ave., Miami
M \X SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone, 2-*i7
135 N.
inllS DAYMAN. Cantor
UVV 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-147J
Late Friday Evening Services
Services will be conducted Fri-
av evening at 8:15 by Rabbi Max
Siaoiro. Cantor Louis Hayman,
Lifted by the Beth David choir
Tboys and girls will officiate.
Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the
subject. "Pearl HarborA Chal-
lenge to Faith."
Immediately after the services
Mrs. S. M. Goodman will serve
as hostess at a reception in honor
of her birthday.
Sabbath Service*
Regular Sabbath services begin
aI 8:30 and Junior services at
1030. The rabbi expounds the
Portion of Law" and its appli-
cation to the present trends in
organized life. These services
are conducted by David Jacobs,
Bernard Dickson and Freddie
Hlneman. Adults, as well as
children arc invited to partici-
pate in these services.
Sunday School
The boys and girls of our Sun-
day School together with the
other Sunday Schools in this
area, participated in a United
Chanuka celebration at the Cap-
itol Theatre last Sunday morn-
ing.
Service Flag
Again we stress the urgency of
contacting the office if you have
a husband, son or brother in the
armed forces, and advise us of
their names, so that we can com-
plete our "Mogen Dovid Service
Flag-
Election of Officers
At a well attended dinner held
last Sunday evening at the Beth
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BEACH JEWISH CENTER
HIS Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BBNSION, Ital.bi
:"4i> Jefferson Avenue
I'hone i-4781 or 5-4732
"Why This War"
will be the subject of Dr. Sam-
uel Bension's address Friday. De-
cember 11 at 8 p. m. Cantor
Abraham D. Wolf and the Center
Choir will conduct the services.
Refreshments will be served in
the Center social hall at the con-
clusion of the services.
On Saturday. December 12 at
10 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak
en The Fat and the Lean Kine."
At the Sabbath Joy Social at 6
P- m. J. M. Bachrach will act as
host. These socials are intended
especially for service men but
civilians are also welcome.
Valuable Prizes
At the community socials held
regularly every Saturday night
at 8 o'clock in the Center social
tall, valuable awards are made.
Jhere is no admission charge. Re-
freshments are served. The gen-
eral public is cordially invited.
Vaad Hakashrus
A very successful general meet-
">g of the United Vaad Hakash-
"Js was held at the Center last
Tuesday night. The newly elect-
fa officers are Attorney Shepard
road, temporary chairman;
"""sh Alpert, vice chairman;
jjenry Spero, treasurer; Daniel
"oad. secretary. Rabbi Joseph
"ackovsky, a distinguished mem-
*r of the Union of Orthodox
"abbis and of the Histadrut
narabonim has been appointed

SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(GATBS OF JUSTICE)
MM S. W. Third Street
Miami, Florida
Ladies Auxiliary
The officers and directors of
the Ladies Auxiliary and the
congregation regret sincerely the
disappointment caused many of
our friends last Sunday evening
when they responded to our par-
ty and found the place closed.
This was in respect to our officer
who passed away last week, Mrs.
Beatrice Tannenbaum, an active
worker in our midst.
The Chanuka affair will take
place this Sunday evening at the
synagogue with Mrs. Wm. Clein
as chairman assisted by Mrs.
Smulin, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Stone,
Mrs. Sokaloff and Mrs. Rappa-
port.
Congregational
Late Friday evening services
will be held with Rabbi Simon
April preaching. Musical selec-
tions will be given by Cantor
Moses Teitelbaum. Saturday
morning services will be followed
Saturday afternoon by Mincha
and Shalosh Sudas at 6:15.
Condolences
We extend our sympathies to
the bereaved family of the late
Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. We
appreciate the great void that has
come in their midst and into ours.
Her efforts for everything good
and in the activities of our con-
gregation and educational pro-
gram can be heartening to them.
Her deeds and kindnesses will
remain as an everlasting tribute.
We share their sorrows fully.
Educational
Our Hebrew School meets daily
at the synagogue starting at 3:45.
Sunday School every Sunday
morning at 10.
SHAARAY TEFILA
n<\ Bapanola Way
Miami Beach
Services will
and Saturday.
be held
Sholash
Friday
Sudas
will take place Saturday at 5:45
p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will speak during the Saturday
morning services on the subject,
"Joseph, the Man in Whom There
is God's Spirit."
The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets
Sunday. Monday and Tuesday at
6:30 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch
group meets Wednesday and
Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are
invited.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Kt lAUderdnle. Florida
RAHI.V SAMCKl. HA!,BV1 BARON
705 S. E. Sth Street Ph. MM
in.
Sabbath services Friday at 8 p.
with sermon by the rabbi.
Religious school, Sunday at
10:30 a. m. Post-Chanukah pro-
gram and party.
Sisterhood meeting Monday at
8 Sewing for the Red Cross. Brit-
ish War Relief Society and Bun-
dles for America Tuesday from
12:30 to 5 p. m.
Weekly Sisterhood night at the
Fort Laudcrdale Service Men s
Center canteen, Wednesday from
6 to 11 p- m.__________,
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MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
'-M 8. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla.
LEWIS CJREEN, Sexton
Mil 8. W, Fifth Btreet
Daily religious services are be-
ing started now at 8:30. Satur-
day services at 9 a. m.; Kabolos
Shabos at 6:15 p. m. Shalosh
Sudas Saturday at 6 p. m. served
by D. Singer; good and tempting
eatables served and zomiros
chanted by Mr. Simon and assist-
ed by all.
Refoue Shelmo
The congregation wishes a
speedy recovery to Saul Rinzler,
who was taken by airplane to
Passaic, N. J. for an operation.
Nachum Avolim
To Henry Krakow who has re-
turned from Chicago after bury-
ing his beloved wife.
Sisterhood
Mrs. Goldie Mandel reports a
very successful Chanuka Latke
party held last Sunday evening.
A beautiful, large shopping bag
and table ornament, as prizes,
were presented to Mrs. Sarah Al-
ber. A large card party is planned
by the Sisterhood in the near
future.
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Btreet, Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHEIjOFF, Rabbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
621 Lenox Ave. l'h. 5-7133
Friday Night Lecture
Rabbi Mcscheloff will open the
sixth year of late Friday night
forums on Friday. December 18
at 8 o'clock, in the synagogue
building. Cantor Maurice Mam-
ches will lead in the communal
singing. Service men will be
welcome as visitors, and will take
part in the presentation of the
service.
Sisterhood Presents
Our Sisterhood presented our
congregation with a check for
one hundred dollars at their
meeting held Monday. A report
on the party held earlier this
month at the home of Mrs. B. H.
London was presented, and de-
scribed as a great success.
On Tuesday. December 21, at
1:30 p. m. our Sisterhood will
hold a bridge party at the Elks
Club at Alton Road and 7th St.
Tickets may be had from the
Sisterhood officers and members
or at the synagogue office. This
is expected to be a complete sell-
out.
A membership tea will be held
early in January. A book review
and a musicale will be part of
the program.
Religious School
Marvin Eisenberg and Allan
Altshuler will receive gifts dur-
ing the assembly Sunday morn-
ing for outstanding services to
our school.
A candle drill will be present-
ed during the assembly by the
children of class three. The chil-
dren of classes one and two pre-
sented a Chanukah program at
the Sisterhood meeting last Mon-
day. On the costume committee
were Miss Sue Winits, Mrs. H.
Sametz, Mrs. A. Siegel and Miss
Marjie Marcus. Miss Marcus was
coach for the program.
Our first grade in our daily
Hebrew school is composed large-
ly of children of the ages 5 and 6.
Parents of children of this age
are urged to register their child-
TEMPLE ISRAEL
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Miami li.arh I'h. (-1208
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
.400 Isidore Drlce, Miami Beach
i'hi.ne 1-1738
Friday evening services'at 6:15
o'clock. Saturday morning ser-
vices at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M.
Kagan will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week."
All members wish our vice
. president, Morris Neidick, a
ren in this four-day-a-week ,class. ( p reC0Very.
Instruction is arranged for child-1 _^_
Congregational
Chaplain Elmer Tiedt. Captain
U. S. Air Corps, and senior chap-
lain of the Miami area, will be
guest speaker at Temple Israel at
the services Friday evening, Dec.
11 at 8:15 o'clock.
Chaplain Tiedt has served in
Bataan and Corregidor, and was
at Pearl Harbor at the outbreak
of the war, when it was attacked.
During this week, at the end
of one year of America's partici-
pation in the war, Chaplain Tiedt
will discuss "America at War."
outlining its peace aims and war
duties.
The services will be conducted
by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman,
and the musical ritual will be
rendered by the Temple Israel
Choir.
A Sisterhood reception, honor-
ing Chaplain and Mrs. Tiedt will
follow the services.
Sisterhood
The Sisterhood Red Cross Sew-
ing Group will be held at the
Temple on Tuesday, between 10
a. m. and 4 p. m. with Mrs. Sam'l.
Katz as chairman.
Religious School
Religious School classes will be
held at the Temple Sunday morn-
ing, Dec. 13 at 10.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us. At
the services Friday evening the
memory of the following will be
hallowed:
Recently departed: Ignatz Wise,
father of A. M. Wise and Al
Wise; Louis Letaw, husband of
Mrs. Anne Letaw; Sophia Z. Tish-
man, sister of Mrs. Norman Gum-
binner.
Yahrzcits: Bernard Finkelstein.
father of Mrs. Maurice Wein-
traub; Esther Zeientz, mother of
Louis Zeientz; Dora Hammer,
grandmother of Mrs. A. M. Wise;
Louis Nevins, father of Harry
Nevins; Ralph Binswanger, broth-
er of Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Paul
J. Bonwit. father of Walter Bon-
wit: Herman Whitelaw. father of
Mrs. Samuel Brophy; Adolph
Lewis, father of Mrs. Leona
Levin.
YESHIVA CENTER
Si4* Miehifan Avcaae
Hi,.,mi Beach
The Yeshiva Educational en-
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
511 N. W. fifth Ave.. Miami
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BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Slre.-t. Miami Beach
Phone 5-97'js
S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi
M.,0 3. W. 17th Terrace, Miami
I'hone 2-Ji7
Sabbath Services
The 8:15 p. m. Sabbath service
today will be dedicated to Beth
Sholom's class of new members.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak
on "Three In One." During the
social period to follow the ser-
vice Mrs. S. J. Cohen and Mrs.
R. W. Granat will be hostesses.
At the 9 a. m. service tomorrow
Rabbi Machtei will speak on a
text from the weekly portion.
"The First Food Administrator."
Following the Minchah service
at 5 p. m. tomorrow, the rabbi
will deliver a Yiddish discourse
on "God's Plan." Mr. and Mrs.
D. Liebman will be hosts at the
Se'udah Shlishis.
Adult Classes
The adult class in Jewish Sci-
ence will meet at ll a. m. Sunday
at the Center. Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will discuss "The Technique
of Prayer."
Service Men's Club
The Beth Sholom Center com-
mittee is completing the equip-
ment of its recreation rooms for
the men in our armed services.
Writing facilities, reading room,
and games are already in use.
Members wishing to invite ser-
vice men to dinner on Friday eve-
ning or at any other time are
asked to make arrangements
through the committee.
President's Dinner
Alfred B. Rosenstein. presi-
dent of Beth Sholom Center, will
be host to the members at a din-
ner, Sunday evening, Dec. 20, to
be known as the "President's
Dinner." Mr. Rosenstein is in-
augurating this as his policy in
Beth Sholom. In announcing his
program of activities for the com-
ing year, he said, "The spirit of a
happy family that exists at Beth
Sholom must be maintained by
every officer. As president, as
the head of this family, I want
my entire Beth Sholom member-
ship to break bread with me and
to feel the bonds that unite us."
The calendar of events for the
year will be announced at the
President's Dinner, by Mr. Ros-
enstein.
Chanukah Program
Last Sunday evening, the re-
ligious school of Beth Sholom
Center, in conjunction with the
Beth Sholom Juniors, presented
its annual Chanukah program,
consisting of a Chanukah play,
recitations, music, and candle
drill. The following were on the
program: Arthur Gilbert, David
Nemeth, Howard Cohen, Peppi
Granat, David Tobin, Nelson
Kemp, Stewart Kohn. Charles
Greenberg, Alan Ross, Ceill Ap-
pel, Roslyn Wallich. Marilyn
Goldfarb, Micky Tobin, Rhoda
Granat, Barbara Loeb, Charles
Cohen, Blanch Nemeth, Nancy
Rothman, Sandra Ell. Carol Fe-
nias, Betty Ann Cohen. Pauline
Oppenheimer, Alyn Bergsman.
The Sisterhood served refresh-
ments to the children who were
in attendance. Mrs. S. M. Machtei
had directed the play. After the
entertainment, during which Rab-
bi Machtei acted as master of cer-
emonies, there was a social eve-
ning of games.
War Bond Rally
A committee composed of Pres-
ident Alfred B. Rosenstein, vice-
president Raymond Rubin, Board
Chairman Charles S. Tobin, Mar-
cus Bergsman, and Max Rosen-
stein, conducted a Pearl Har-
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vJewist flcridinn
FRIDAY, DECEMBER
BETH JACOB
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE Si
ren of this age, and is given by
Miss Sonia Shpall.
Mizrachi Concert
Sunday night the Miami Beach
Mizrachi presented its fourth an-
nual Chanukah concert at our
synagogue. Before a large audi-
ence a program was presented
which included recitations by
Dorothy Feit and Joyce Bruck-
nei; songs by the radio star, Pvt.
Benjamin Goldfarb. Lt. Louis
Crumbein, Cantors Maurice Mam-
ches and Berele Kellemer, Sam
Cook, and a series of duets by
Melvin Michaels and S. Collins,
members of the U. of Miami or-
chestra. Rabbi Mescheloff served
as chairman of the evening.
Refreshments were served by a
committee of Mizrachi women.
Mazul Tov
Congratulations to Miss Sylvia
Wohl and Lt. Irving Math on
their marriage Tuesday night.
Our rabbi officiated.
Vale of Tears
Our deepest sympathies to our
member. Meyer Cohen, on the
loss of his mother in Pittsburgh
last Saturday. May the Almighty
console the mourners in their be-
reavement.
Refuo Shlaymo
We wish Mrs. O. Angelberg a
refuo shlaymo. She is recuperat-
ing from injuries received in a
fall.
Service Club
Special thanks are extended to
all those who have brought re-
freshments for our service men
during the past week, and to the
many members who have given
our service men hospitality in
their homes.
Sewing Unit
A Beth Jacob Red Cross Unit
has been established by the in-
itiative of Mrs. Moses Krieger.
Sewing machines and material
have already been obtained.
Those interested in joining our
growing sewing circle are asked
to report at our office.
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
David auditorium, the election of
officers and directors took place
and the following were elected
to serve for the ensuing year.
President. Harry Markowitz; vice
president. Albert Quadow; treas-
urer, Harry O. Rabe; recording
secretary. Samuel Dickson; fin-
ancial secretary. Harry Simons;
Board of directors: Jack August.
Milton A. Friedman, Robert
Krcntzman. Sol Schwartz. Hvman
Sootin and Nat Zalka.
We know that under this ad-
ministration we shall "Grow
From Strength to Strength."
In Memorium
following "Yahrzeiten"
names are inscribed in our
nl Life" anil whose Yahr-
OCClir this coming week
mentioned from the pulpit
the services Friday night:
Leah, mother of Sidney
and Meyer Rauzin; Eliyhou,
brother oi Mrs. David Mayer.
Sisterhood Meeting
A regular meeting of Beth Da-
vid Sisterhood will be held Wed-
nesday afternoon, Dec. 16 at 2
o'clock at the Beth David audi-
torium. Members and friends are
requested to attend.
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We feel a deep sense of re-
vulsion against the cruel indig-
nities heaped upon the Jews in
conquered countries and upon de-
fenseless people not of our faith.
"We raise our voice in protest
against despotic tyrants who
have lost all sense of humanity
by condemning thousands of in-
nocent persons to death in sub-
jugated countries as acts of re-
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interesting address on "The Psy-
chology of Invention in the Math-
ematical Domain" before the l
Scripta Mathematics Forum this i
week, knows about such things,!
for he has some amazing mathe-1
matical inventions to his credit. |
Until war conditions forced him
to leave his native France, where
his family has been prominent
for generations, Prof. Hadamard
was one of that country's most
'esteemed mathematicians, a mem-
ber of the French Academy of
Science, etc. ... 78 years of age,
he has been living in semi-re-
tirement for quite some time
now Old-timers, however.
may remember that back in the
'9U's he was one of the organizers
of the Dreyfus defenseand that
not only because of his natural
desire to fight anti-Semitism, but
because he was in a position to
know that Dreyfus was innocent
of the charge brought against
him For Hadamard knew
Captain Dreyfus very well in-
deed, since the captain's wife
was the mathematician's sister.
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ica, the quarterly published by
Yeshiva College, we thought
you'd like to know, as the current
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Starting with a small office,
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has been typed to play ferocious
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBER 11, 1942
[palm beacTnotes
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
Temple Israel Reform Cong.
Temple Israel Reform Con-
negation held their regular
meeting Friday night at which
ljme Dr. Carl Herman spoke on
the subject. "Re-dedication." Dr.
Herman also officiated at the
specia
services held at the Tern-
Mr. and Mrs. Schneider arrived
jto spend their seventh winter
here. They are both quite active
: in the work of Congregation Beth
El. Mr. Schneider occasionally
assists in the Friday evening ser-
vices as cantor.
PREVIOUS GLOOM
GIVES Ml TO JOY
ID
PAGE SEVEN
! commemoration of the
Feast of Light,
The Sisterhood met at the
hostess room of the Florida Pub-
lic Utilities Co. Tuesday evening.
They held a card party on Wed-
nesday at Schwartzberg Hall
with Mrs. Harry A. Lee as host-
ess.
Beth El Congregation
Regular Friday night services
were held at Beth El Congrega-
tion with Rabbi M. Grcenstein of-
fkating. A discussion on Han-
uka followed.
In memory of Pinkus Schreb-
nick. son of Mrs. Mary Schreb-
nick. who passed away on De-
cember 25, 1932 at Culver City,
a minion was held Saturday
night. Sunday morning and Sun-
day night. The kaddish were re-
cited by Rabbi Greenstein and
Mr. Schneider, assisted by mem-
bers and tourist friends of the
family.
Mrs. M. Schrebnick has re-
ceived the sad news of the death
of her brother, Dr. Charles Her-
zenberg, of San Francisco, Calif
who passed away Sunday The
body was sent to New York ac-
companied by his son, Captain
Herbert Herzenberg.
Max Cotton of Worcester, Mass
is spending a few weeks here as
the guest of his niece, Mrs. Helen
Freeman.
Mrs Loibert of New York has
arrived at Villa Clair for the
season.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engel of
Philadelphia are stopping at the
Gilbert Hotel. This will be their
tenth season in Palm Beach.
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick has re-
turned after spending two days
in Miami Beach with her son
Private Joe Schrebnick. who is
attending training school there.
Jack Barash spent Sunday in
Miami.
Mrs. Joe Friedman was hostess
at the card party held Sunday
night by the Sisterhood at Schcr
Hail. Games were played, pres- :
er.:; exchanged, and refreshments :
servid ;*t the Hanuka party of,
the children of the Sunday School. '
Funeral services for V. Mason
Weil. 66 of 152 Sea Breeze Ave..
Palm Beach, who died Tuesday
morning at a local hospital, were
held at 5 p. m. Wednesday at the
Mizell-Simon Chapel. Rabbi Man-
uel Grcenstein and the Masons
officiated. The body was taken
North for burial. Mr. Weil- vet-
oral resident of Palm Beach, had
been ill since Nov. 19. His wife.
Mrs. Belle Weil, survives.
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. The gloom that prevailed dur-
" the early fall as to the fat,.
Of Florida thoroughbred racing
tor the coming season has defin-
itely faded as indicated by the
horsemen arriving here from
throughout the country for the
opening of Tropical Park's 20-day
Winter meeting on Dec. 21.
With the Tropical racing strip
a busy scene of workout activ-
ity each morning, additional
horses arriving daily as the ros-
ter now stabled in this area soars
over the 1,000 mark, and "finish-
ing touches" being applied
throughout the Gables plant for
its second wartime inaugural of
World War II, optimism reigns.
In addition the reports of the
early arrivals at Tropical to their
friends in the North, reports of a
busy and "open for business"
Metropolitan Miami, have con-
tinued the good rumors out of
state to cancel the early fall pes-
simistic reports. As a result, the
number of out of state auomobile
tags, the rental of homes and
apartments and interest in the
coming start of racing, is in-
creasing rapidly.
Tropical's clubhouse and grand-
stand are in the final stages of
their renovation and redecoration
by cleaners, decorators and paint-
ers. The latter also have com-
pleted their track work which
offers a shiny white rail with its
rich green background of pines
and coconut trees as well as new
brightly-hued furlong posts. The
tropical shrubbery, lawns and I
hedges have been given their i
"seasonal inaugural" trimming.
while all direction signs, chairs
and benches have been placed
throughout the plant. The past
popularity of the rail-side "sad-
dle'' seats for spectators linds
these installed again.
THE ROLE OF THE TEACHERS
OF RELIGION
'If the world to emerge from
rni(WIiVftt'r a vietory of the
, Un.tcd Nations is to be a world
of enduring peace and of free-
idom, that peace and that free-
! dom must be founded on renewed
loyalty to the spiritual values in-
herent in the great religious tra-
ditions which have saved man-
kind from degradation in the
past and which offer the greatest
promise for civilization in the
future.
"The enemies of mankind who
arc arrayed in battle against us
realized this, and therefore be-
gan their effort to subdue the
world with an assault on relig-
ious institutions. It has become
an attack upon all monotheistic
religions and the principles
which they have taught man-
kindthe dignity and worth of
human personality, the value of
reason and truth, the blessedness
of mercy and justice. The sem-
inaryJewish Theological Sem-
inary has made impressive ef-
forts to study the problems of
relationships among men of dif-
ferent faiths. Never has it been
more important for the lovers of
freedom to work harmoniously
together in mutual understand-
ing."
"The greater the trials to
which we Americans will be sub-
jected during these coming
years, the greater shall be the
burden upon the teacher of re-
ligion. This is particularly true
of those of us of the Jewish faith.
"The youth of America may re-
turn from this war as did their
kin before them, with the spiri-
tual values, the eternal beauty
of life dimmed if not extin-
guished, unless their faith in
God and belief in their religion
is maintained. That is the task
of all leaders of religion, when-
ever they may be. to maintain the
faith and belief and trust in God,
in religion and in all spiritual
values. It must be done if this
war is not to be fought in vain."
Edgar J. Nathan, Jr.. Borough
President of Manhattan.
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If you own an old. worn-out
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You can start 35 machine guns
on the way to our fighting men
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V* Kn"1 Etnnlgical Society,
W fyt'ars dedicated to the
[* f Peoples not belonging
h* th civilizat'on, express
Pin.1 u 0Ccasion of ts centen-
fC ,rha,lon its Profound con-
i^ 'hat racial persecution
>mif!SCr!mination cannot be
PJWically justified.
Protest the distortion of
anthropology which falsely as-
signs inborn superiority to some
one 'race and assigns others to
inborn inferiority. Ethnological
studies rouse enthusiasm for the
inventions and social life of many
peoples of all races and make M
impossible to assent to the dog-
ma that civilization depends upon
the enslavement of one race by
another" -Resolution adopted
by a hundred scientists from
leading universities.
Commander Samuel Benjamin
Frankel. USN (center.) awarded
the Distinguished Service Medal by
Navy Secretary Knox "for excep
tionally .meritorious service" as
assistant naval attache In Mur-
mansk and Archangel. In Soviet
Russia. At right is Admiral E. J
King. Commander-in-chief of the
United States Fleet and Chief of
Naval Operation.
____ {V. S. Navy Photo)
' According to Secretary Knox. as
a result of Frankel's "courage and
resourcefulness, certain vessels
which would otherwise have been
lost have been saved for future
service In war efforts His efficient
execution of an extremely difficult
task and his conscientious devotion
to duty were In keeping with the
highest tradition of the United
States Naval Service."
Rtltattdby liwith Wtllari Board
The Annual Installation of offi-
cers of Orlando Lodge No 1043
B'nai B'rith. was held in the Ser-
vice Men's Club rooms of Cong.
Ohev Sholem last night. The oc-
casion was highlighted with ad-
dresses by Lt. Bern ice Peachey
and Lt. Rita Fink of the WAAC
organization stationed at Day-
tona Beach.
Louis Ossinsky of Daytona
Beach, president of the Florida
Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges
was the installation officer rep-
resenting District Grand Lodge
No 5.
Mr. Ossinsky outlined the new
War Service program of ;he
B'nai B'rith which is now being
carried out by all the Lodges in
the country.
The following officers were in-
stalled for the 1942-43 term: Bar-
ney J. Cohen, president; A. J.
Haimowitz, vice-president; J. S.
Lyons, treasurer; Harry Siegel,
secretary; Morris LaBellman.
monitor; Gus Baer, assistant mon-
itor; Louis Baum, H. N. Roth. L.
S. Frankel. Major M. Mendlow
and Captain S. Kolack. trustees.
Morris LaBellman, the retiring
president, was presented with a
beautiful pen and pencil set as a
token of esteem from the mem-
bers of the Lodge. The presenta-
tion was made by Rabbi Morris
A. Skop.
Nat Berman. chairman of the
entertainment committee, secured
a delegation of musical talent
headed by Sergeant Kirsch of the
Fighter Command School, who
were well receievd.
The installation ceremony and
musical program was followed by
a buffet supper. The hostesses
for the occasion were Mrs. Louis
Baum, chairman, who was assist-
ed by Mrs. H. Lieberman. Mrs.
Ben Salomon. Mrs. Harry Siegel.
Mrs. Ben Katz. Mrs. Barney Co-
hen, Mrs. Sol Levy, Mrs. L.
Abramowitz, and Mrs. J. S. Ly-
ons.
Among the two hundred in at-
tendance there were officers and
nun from the Orlando Fighter
Command School, members of the
Lodge and visitors. Out of town
visitors included Mrs. Ossinsky,
second vice president of the Wo-
men's Auxiliary of District Grand
Lodge No. 5. Harry Meycrson
and Murray Goldstein, all from
Daytona Beach.
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PAGE EIGHT
*Jewist ncridiar
FRIDAY, DECEMBER H, 1942
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxerman
The views expressed by Mr. Boxcr-
mtn are his own anil do not nec-
essarily represent Hie opinion of
The Jewish Plorldlan.
"People of the Book"
For centuries Jews have boon
known as "the people of the
book." This terminology has
been applied to them because of
their long, unbroken interest in
culture and learning, in literary
development of the finest type.
The Jewish people gave to the
world the greatest work in all
human historythe Bible The
emphasis placed in the Jewish
home of the past upon the need
lor education naturally encour-
aged the flowering of literary
genius in our midst.
However, today, for one reason
or another, in many a Jewish
community we see a drying up
process, a withering of the
sources of inspiration which gave
rise to worthwhile books on Jew-
ish subjects ... In part this is
due to the lack of response by
Jewish people When a Jew-
ish writer produces a popular
work on a non-Jewish theme he
is more likely to receive the fin-
ancial encouragement which he
needs to sustain himself than
when he produces a book of a
specifically Jewish nature.
Now Jewish writers do not
differ from others They need
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to continue producing on a high
plane Ottherwlse, they must
begin writing down to the mas-
ses, pandering to their lowest
tastes, rather than leading and
elevating them through the high
tone of their productions.
A Jewish Bookshop
It is sad that in a Jewish com-
munity as large as Miami (with
estimates of the Jewish popula-
tion ranging anywhere from 10,-
000 to 20.000) there is not a sin-
gle Jewish bookshop, or one
which specializes in Jewish
hooks, be they on lay or secular
subjects! Recently in samp-
ling the books on display in
Greater Miami bookshops we
found hardly a score of volumes
on Jewish subjects.
The stock explanation might he
that people down here in Florida
don't read very much: hence a
Jewish bookshop would not be
feasible Doubtless the situa-
tion m Miami does not differ in
this respect from many another
community But Miami is a
developing, growing community,
a young community with much
promise for the future.
Might it not be in order for
some of our communal leadership
to concern itself with this prob-
lem? ... It might even he feas-
ible as an initial start, to partial-
ly subsidize an existing bookshop
on an experimental basis .
We are convinced that the small
investment would pay ample
dividends.
Good Will In Action
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews has demon-
strated that there is room for
legitimate differences in Ameri-
ca Twice within the past few
months has a trio, under the aus-
pices of the Miami Round Table,
toured the state and appeared
jointly on the same platform
Protestant minister. Catholic
priest, and Jewish rabbi Now
Now comes word of a similar ex-
pression of good will on a na-
tional scale involving chaplains
of the three major faiths.
The event has special local in-
terest because one of the partici-
pants is well known in Greater
Miami through his frequent vis-
its in our midst He is Chap-
lain Joshua L. Goldberg of the
third naval district, who will be
heard over the Columbia Broad-
casting System. Sunday. Decem-
ber 13th at 1 p. m.
Goldberg's topic will be "The
Chaplain and His Relation to
Other Denominations" The
Free Synagogue Choir under the
direction of the noted Abraham
Binder will provide a fine pro-
gram of Jewish music The
Catholic chaplains will be rep-
resented in the series by Captain
William Maguire. U.S.N., (of
"Praise the Lord and Pass the
Ammunition" fame) and the
Protestants, by Captain C. A.
Neyman, U.S.N.. head of the
chaplain's school at Norfolk, Va.
Gut Shabbos!
MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
to have full charge of Kashrut
supervision and the legalistic and
religious questions in connection
with this work.
A committee was appointed to
arrange for a kosher kitchen and
suitable quarters to accommodate
service men desiring Kosher
meals. This very urgent prob-
lem will receive immediate at-
tention. The committee is em-
powered to arrange for member-
ship drive to raise the funds re-
quired for this holy and patriotic
cause.
Mass Celebration to Mark Close
of Hanuka Season
As a fitting conclusion of the
Hanuka festivities, the Jewish
festival of lights, a huge mass
celebration will be held on Sun-
day. December 13 at 8 p. m. in
the large auditorium of the Mi-
ami Beach Jewish Community
Center. 1415 Euclid Avc. The
pupils of the Religious schools
will stage a pageant depicting the
struggle for religious freedom
through the ages and a select
east will present a play entitled
What's Tonight?" The child
prodigy. Sgt. Richard Charles,
only 7 years old. who is famed
for his leats of memory and mu-
sical ability, will participate. This
boy has played in many theatres
and has entertained service men
in army camps and naval bases.
He has been awarded the title of
Honorary Sergeant in the U. S.
Army.
Among other outstanding feat-
ures on the program are several
original compositions sung by
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, a Can-
dle Ballet by pupils of the Sun-
day school coached and directed
by Molka Reich, musical selec-
tions by Miss Ruth Brotman. so-
prano, and a piano solo by Any-
uta Melicov. Donna Marxer and
Jeannine and Louis Flint of the
Princess Nina Russian Ballet
School will participate with song
and dance numbers.
5100.000.00
In response to an appeal by Dr.
Samuel Bension, SI 00.000.00 in
War Bonds were subscribed at
the Hanuka membership get-to-
gether of the Center and its aux-
iliaries last Monday evening. This
is the largest amount thus far
subscribed by any Jewish organi-
zation in this community. The
Center leads the way. Let others
do their best to emulate our no-
ble example.
The largest single subscription
was in the amount of $20,000 and
B'nai B'rith
Not
e s
By Paul Weitzman
Lucky Strike Green has gone
to war, with a blare of publicity
worthy of a nobler effortand at
a cost that would provide most
of us with security for the re-
mainder of our lives. Clark Ga-;
ble has gone to war with public-
ity, unsolicited by him, which,
if paid for. would run into fabu-1
lous figures. Many, many oth-
ers have left the 'lesh-pots of,
civilian life to endure the hard-,
ships and perils of service in the;
Armed Forces without fanfare. ,
And carry with them the ability !
and means to be of service to
their fellowsin fact they trans-j
plant their activities from civilian j
life to the Armed Forces.
Such a one is Chaplain Camil-
lus Angel, of the Army Air
Force, whom Sholem Lodge was
privileged to hear at its meeting,
last Tuesday. A rabbi, in civil-
ian life, his ministrations are now
to the spiritual needs of the
Jewish men in the Army Air
Force in Miami Beach. And it
was inspiring to hear him tell
what part we must play in the
war effort. Not that we have
not heard the same thing before.
Not that we do not know what
is required of us. But because
of his analogies to the ancient
history of the Jews, what Chap-
lain Angel had to tell us was of
special significance.
And it must have dispelled any
mental reservations that may
have been in the minds of some.
Mental reservations that sacrifice
is to be borne by others; that the
war cannot or should not affect
them personally. The sooner
each one realizes this is his war,
and is ready to repeat the pledge
made by the signers of the Dec-
laration of Independence "we mu-
tually pledge to each other our
lives, our fortune and our sacred
honor"and unequivocally de-
termine to redeem that pledge,
so much the sooner will victory
be won.
Miami B'nai B'rith Girls
The Junior B'nai B'rith Girls
contributed to the program of
the evening with an introduction
by Teresa Cohen, two songs by
Natalie Hoffman and a reading
by Rosalie Moretti. Beaming on j
her charges was Helenc Silver.
who, with Mrs. Albert Green, are !
advisors to the Girls. And beam- i
ing on Helene Silver, president- I
elect of the Ladies Auxiliary, was
Sam Silver, who is her husband.
And all were deserving of admir-
ing glances.
Dues
It is never tactful to remind i
one that he is in arrears in the
payment of an obligation. But
tact should not turn us aside
from the stern necessity of re-
minding you that Sholem Lodge
must balance its books and meet
its budget by the collection of
dues. And if you have not paid i
your dues, will you do so now?
Dues, for the most part, re-
main unpaid due to oversight or
neglect. The Lodge has enlist-
ed the services of its captains to \
aid in the collection of dues. If \
you are approached, do not be of-
fended. It is an onerous job at
best. If you cannot pay your en-
tire indebtedness at this time, pay
part, and tell the captain when
to see you again.
Ladies Auxiliary
As one of her last official acts
as outgoing president, Jennie j
Rotfort turned over a check to
the Lodge to be applied to the
State Student Union, also intro-
ducing the new president. Mrs.
Sam Silver. As monitor. Mrs.l
Rotfort will still be devoted tol
the interests of the Ladies Auxil-|
iary.
BETH SHOLOM
CENTER
the second $15,000. There were
several at $5,000 and a large
number at $1,000 and $500. The
Center Defense Bond committee
under whose auspices the appeal
was made consists of Samuel
Friedland. chairman; Attorney
Herman M. Berk, secretary; May-
er H. Frankel, Nathan Glosser,
and Harry Sirkin.
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5)
bar anniversary meeting. MrJ
Tobin made an appeal for thel
purchase of War Bonds. ThoseJ
present pledged various amounts
and paid the same evening. Othj
er members turned their checks;
over to Mr. Rubin during the
week. Beth Sholom Center was;
instrumental in selling $25,000 in
War Bonds through the abovfl
committee.
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PAGE TWO +Je*isti fhriclirtn FRIDAY, DECEMBER Social • Personals Clubs • • Organizations Mrs. J. Louis Shochet is a patient at the Sinai Hospital, BalA monument to the memory of the late Isador Lipton, pioneer timore, Md.. where she is recupMiamian. and father of Joseph ci-iting from a major operation. She will remain in Baltimore for a month and then will journey to Monroe, Va., where she will be the house guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder, on their country estate, Ingleside. • • • The marriage of Mrs. Elizabeth Urban. 541 13th St.. Miami Beach, to Pr. Joseph J. Frank was solemnized Sunday afternoon at Beth David Congregation, with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The couple are now residing at Dr. Frank's home, 2020 N. W. 46th St., Miami. • • • Mrs. G. Silver and Mrs. S. Schatzman will serve as hostesses at a dinner and card party Sunday. December 13th, at 6 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Silver, 1056 S. W. 13th Ave.. Miami. The affair will benefit the program of the Pioneer Women's Organization of Greater Miami. I., Sam. and Simon Lipton, will be unveiled with fitting ceremonies Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The services will be held at the Jewish section, Woodlawn Park Cemetery, with Rabbi MaxShapiro officiating, and under the personal direction of Emanuel Gordon. • • • The Spinoza Forum will meet Saturday afternoon. 2 to 5:30 o'clock under the canopy on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf son, 124 11th Street. Miami Beach, to hear the broadcast of La Boheme, from the Metropolitan Opera House, in New York, with Grace Moore and Enzio Pinza. Lawrence E. Schlechter, well known lecturer, will speak on "What About Germany?" All are welcome. Miami Chapter of Senior Hadassah will hold a regular business session on Monday, December 14, at 2 p. m. at the Service Men's Center, 1711 Alton Road, Miami Beach. Mrs. Milton Sirkin will preside during the busi Funeral services for Charles Karasik, 53, retired dairy products dealer who died Saturday at his home. 1885 S. W. Seventh St., was conducted by Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, at Gordon Funeral Home. ness meeting, and Mrs. Max DoHe came to Miami eight years ago brin will be program chairman I from New York and was a memof the day. The annual tribute to ber of Beth David congregation, Henrietta Szold on her birthday j Survivors include his widow, will take the form of a review of [ Sadie, of Miami; a daughter. Mrs. the new biography "Life and LetJeanettc Blau of Miami; three sisE BOWL STAGE BIG NEW YEAR'S I Murry Zohn. Irwin Berger and Seymour Gladstone, all Miami boys and active A. Z. A.'s. are now members of the navy and stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Base. • • • Lt. Jack Mintzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mintzer of Miami Beach, left Wednesday after completing a six weeks training course on Miami Beach with the U. S. Army. He will take additional training in administrative work. M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher 620 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvahs Funeral services for Mrs. Beatrice Tannenbaum, 52. of 2101 S. W. 11th St.. who died Saturday in a Miami hospital, was held Tuesday at the Gordon Funeral Home. Rabbi Max Shapiro, of Beth David Congregation, and Rabbi Simon April, of Shaarei Zedek congregation, officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. Jewish section. Mrs. Tannenbaum came here 25 years ago from New York. She was a member of Shaarei Zedek congregation, active in its organization, and the American Legion Auxiliary. All affairs of the Auxiliary weir postpotied one week in respect. She leaves her husband. Charles, two sons. Sidney Rosenstock and Stanley Tannenbaum; two daughters. Mrs. Sidney Feldman and Mrs. Alberta Pallot; and a sister, Mrs. Ida Buckstein. all of Miami, and a brother. Dr. J. Grossman, of New York. ters of Henrietta Szold," by Marvin Lowenthal, to be given by Mrs. Dobrin. Miss Szold, who will be 82 years old on December 21. founded Hadassah thirty years ago as a modest health program for mothers and children in ters, Mrs. Hannah Sophie Mesh and Weisman, all of New York. It'll be Boston College, a high Pearl. Mrs.' scoring team, against Alabama's Mrs. Yetta mighty defense in the Oning" POST-WAR WORLD "The thirst for revenge will be great and understandable. Let Palestine. The guest speaker will j us not, however, let revenge be be Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman of i our guiding motive. Revenge is | what promises all the thrills any Bowl game at Miami New Year's day. The Orange Bowl committee, admittedly forced to wait until other bowl leaders with rich purses to offer had made their selections, came up with Temple Israel, who will discuss, barren, except in that it breeds Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. Ask Your Local Delicatessen For the Beit • It Costs No Mora OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE IN FLORIDA KOSHER ZION SAUSAGE CO. PRODUCTS Delicious Corned Beef Pickled, Cooked and Smoked Meats 37th and Normal Ave. Chicago "Palestine in the Post-War World." Members and friends of the organization are urged to attend, participate in the discussions, and enjoy the social hour at the conclusion of the program. • • %  Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Estelle Louise Dreyfuss, formerly of New York City, now of Miami, to Mr. Nathan Strauss, Miami representative of Recordia Manufacturing Company. New York. The ceremony performed December 9th was followed by a dinner attended by close friends of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Strauss are now residing at the Ponce de Leon Hotel. • • • Dade Chapter No. 1, National Children's Cardiac Home, held its regular meeting Wednesday, December 9th at the Clover Club, Biscayne Blvd., at 2 o'clock. A short business meeting was held, followed by an interesting program prepared for the afternoon by Mrs. Joseph Berman. program chairman. Mrs. Clementine Kemp, president of the organization, presided. —Buy War Bonds Today— '.-••' moutiT IttBO FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI IN JUDGING A CEMETERY ASK THESE QUESTIONS: How Convenient Is It? Mount Nebo is only 10 minutes from your home by car. Easily accessible by bus to the cemetery in practically the same time. How Close to the Front Can You Get a Plot? Choice plots are available in Mount Nebo right in the extreme front of the grounds— not a half mile from the entrance. Does the Cemetery Have Walks? 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Let justice be our aim, justice and firmness tempered by wisdom. "Impacticably of exorbitant measures are just as bad as no measures at all. That has not always been remembered. Let us not lose sight of it again. We must be just, firm, realistic and far-sighted. The future of those who come after us is at stake, and for that future we are to a large extent responsible."— Queen Wilhelmina. GOOD NEWS Golf widows may find welcome news in the announcement that there will be no more repair parts for disabled golf clubs once current stocks are gone. Rcuu£bQ*i'&, INTERIOR DECORATORS Upholstery, Slip Covers. Drapery Shops. Results are certain if you consult a decorator. COMPLETE LINE OF DECORATIVE FABRICS 35 N. W. 1st St. PH. 3-8959 game will offer on January 1. Boston College, though badly beaten in its final game by Holy Cross, nevertheless is rated by experts as one of the great clubs of recent years. 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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1942 *Jmlsti fhridian With the Houses of Worship PAGE FIVE CONG BETH DAVID 135 NW. Third Ave., Miami M \X SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone, 2-*i7 135 N. inllS DAYMAN. Cantor U V V 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-147J Late Friday Evening Services Services will be conducted Friav evening at 8:15 by Rabbi Max Siaoiro. Cantor Louis Hayman, Lifted by the Beth David choir Tboys and girls will officiate. Rabbi Shapiro will discuss the subject. "Pearl Harbor—A Challenge to Faith." Immediately after the services Mrs. S. M. Goodman will serve as hostess at a reception in honor of her birthday. Sabbath Service* Regular Sabbath services begin aI 8:30 and Junior services at 1030. The rabbi expounds the •Portion of Law" and its application to the present trends in organized life. These services are conducted by David Jacobs, Bernard Dickson and Freddie Hlneman. Adults, as well as children arc invited to participate in these services. Sunday School The boys and girls of our Sunday School together with the other Sunday Schools in this area, participated in a United Chanuka celebration at the Capitol Theatre last Sunday morning. Service Flag Again we stress the urgency of contacting the office if you have a husband, son or brother in the armed forces, and advise us of their names, so that we can complete our "Mogen Dovid Service FlagElection of Officers At a well attended dinner held last Sunday evening at the Beth (CONTINUED ON PAGE *) BEACH JEWISH CENTER HIS Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BBNSION, Ital.bi :"4i> Jefferson Avenue I'hone i-4781 or 5-4732 "Why This War" will be the subject of Dr. Samuel Bension's address Friday. December 11 at 8 p. m. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center Choir will conduct the services. Refreshments will be served in the Center social hall at the conclusion of the services. On Saturday. December 12 at 10 a. m. Dr. Bension will speak en The Fat and the Lean Kine." At the Sabbath Joy Social at 6 Pm. J. M. Bachrach will act as host. These socials are intended especially for service men but civilians are also welcome. Valuable Prizes At the community socials held regularly every Saturday night at 8 o'clock in the Center social tall, valuable awards are made. Jhere is no admission charge. Refreshments are served. The general public is cordially invited. Vaad Hakashrus A very successful general meet">g of the United Vaad Hakash"J s was held at the Center last Tuesday night. The newly electfa officers are Attorney Shepard road, temporary chairman; """sh Alpert, vice chairman; jj enr y Spero, treasurer; Daniel "oad. secretary. Rabbi Joseph "ackovsky, a distinguished mem* r of the Union of Orthodox "abbis and of the Histadrut nar abonim has been appointed SCHAAREI ZEDEK (GATBS OF JUSTICE) MM S. W. Third Street Miami, Florida Ladies Auxiliary The officers and directors of the Ladies Auxiliary and the congregation regret sincerely the disappointment caused many of our friends last Sunday evening when they responded to our party and found the place closed. This was in respect to our officer who passed away last week, Mrs. Beatrice Tannenbaum, an active worker in our midst. The Chanuka affair will take place this Sunday evening at the synagogue with Mrs. Wm. Clein as chairman assisted by Mrs. Smulin, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Stone, Mrs. Sokaloff and Mrs. Rappaport. Congregational Late Friday evening services will be held with Rabbi Simon April preaching. Musical selections will be given by Cantor Moses Teitelbaum. Saturday morning services will be followed Saturday afternoon by Mincha and Shalosh Sudas at 6:15. Condolences We extend our sympathies to the bereaved family of the late Mrs. Chas. Tannenbaum. We appreciate the great void that has come in their midst and into ours. Her efforts for everything good and in the activities of our congregation and educational program can be heartening to them. Her deeds and kindnesses will remain as an everlasting tribute. We share their sorrows fully. Educational Our Hebrew School meets daily at the synagogue starting at 3:45. Sunday School every Sunday morning at 10. SHAARAY TEFILA n<\ Bapanola Way Miami Beach Services will and Saturday. be held Sholash Friday Sudas will take place Saturday at 5:45 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning services on the subject, "Joseph, the Man in Whom There is God's Spirit." The Ein-Ya-Akov group meets Sunday. Monday and Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch group meets Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 p. m. All are invited. TEMPLE EMANUEL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Kt lAUderdnle. Florida RAHI.V SAMCKl. HA!,BV1 BARON 705 S. E. Sth Street Ph. MM in. Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. with sermon by the rabbi. Religious school, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Post-Chanukah program and party. Sisterhood meeting Monday at 8 Sewing for the Red Cross. British War Relief Society and Bundles for America Tuesday from 12:30 to 5 p. m. Weekly Sisterhood night at the Fort Laudcrdale Service Men s Center canteen, Wednesday from 6 to 11 pm. Investing in War Bonds today, means the purchasing of freedom JCONT.NU^rTrTN PAGE 8) I tom01TOW.___ MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX '-M 8. W. 17th Ave., Miami. Fla. LEWIS CJREEN, Sexton Mil 8. W, Fifth Btreet Daily religious services are being started now at 8:30. Saturday services at 9 a. m.; Kabolos Shabos at 6:15 p. m. Shalosh Sudas Saturday at 6 p. m. served by D. Singer; good and tempting eatables served and zomiros chanted by Mr. Simon and assisted by all. Refoue Shelmo The congregation wishes a speedy recovery to Saul Rinzler, who was taken by airplane to Passaic, N. J. for an operation. Nachum Avolim To Henry Krakow who has returned from Chicago after burying his beloved wife. Sisterhood Mrs. Goldie Mandel reports a very successful Chanuka Latke party held last Sunday evening. A beautiful, large shopping bag and table ornament, as prizes, were presented to Mrs. Sarah Alber. A large card party is planned by the Sisterhood in the near future. BETH JACOB CONG Washington Avenue and Third Btreet, Miami Beach MOSES MESCHEIJOFF, Rabbi 711 Lenox Avenue, Phone 5-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor 621 Lenox Ave. l'h. 5-7133 Friday Night Lecture Rabbi Mcscheloff will open the sixth year of late Friday night forums on Friday. December 18 at 8 o'clock, in the synagogue building. Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Service men will be welcome as visitors, and will take part in the presentation of the service. Sisterhood Presents Our Sisterhood presented our congregation with a check for one hundred dollars at their meeting held Monday. A report on the party held earlier this month at the home of Mrs. B. H. London was presented, and described as a great success. On Tuesday. December 21, at 1:30 p. m. our Sisterhood will hold a bridge party at the Elks Club at Alton Road and 7th St. Tickets may be had from the Sisterhood officers and members or at the synagogue office. This is expected to be a complete sellout. A membership tea will be held early in January. A book review and a musicale will be part of the program. Religious School Marvin Eisenberg and Allan Altshuler will receive gifts during the assembly Sunday morning for outstanding services to our school. A candle drill will be presented during the assembly by the children of class three. The children of classes one and two presented a Chanukah program at the Sisterhood meeting last Monday. On the costume committee were Miss Sue Winits, Mrs. H. Sametz, Mrs. A. Siegel and Miss Marjie Marcus. Miss Marcus was coach for the program. Our first grade in our daily Hebrew school is composed largely of children of the ages 5 and 6. Parents of children of this age are urged to register their childTEMPLE ISRAEL l". N K. I nth St. I'h "-7745 RAItlll JACOB ll KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rahhl Bmerltus V.m Indian Creek Drive Miami li.arh I'h. (-1208 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN .400 Isidore Drlce, Miami Beach i'hi.ne 1-1738 Friday evening services'at 6:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on "The Portion of the Week." All members wish our vice president, Morris Neidick, a ren in this four-day-a-week ,class. ( P reC0V ery. Instruction is arranged for child-1 _^_ Congregational Chaplain Elmer Tiedt. Captain U. S. Air Corps, and senior chaplain of the Miami area, will be guest speaker at Temple Israel at the services Friday evening, Dec. 11 at 8:15 o'clock. Chaplain Tiedt has served in Bataan and Corregidor, and was at Pearl Harbor at the outbreak of the war, when it was attacked. During this week, at the end of one year of America's participation in the war, Chaplain Tiedt will discuss "America at War." outlining its peace aims and war duties. The services will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman, and the musical ritual will be rendered by the Temple Israel Choir. A Sisterhood reception, honoring Chaplain and Mrs. Tiedt will follow the services. Sisterhood The Sisterhood Red Cross Sewing Group will be held at the Temple on Tuesday, between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. with Mrs. Sam'l. Katz as chairman. Religious School Religious School classes will be held at the Temple Sunday morning, Dec. 13 at 10. 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: Ignatz Wise, father of A. M. Wise and Al Wise; Louis Letaw, husband of Mrs. Anne Letaw; Sophia Z. Tishman, sister of Mrs. Norman Gumbinner. Yahrzcits: Bernard Finkelstein. father of Mrs. Maurice Weintraub; Esther Zeientz, mother of Louis Zeientz; Dora Hammer, grandmother of Mrs. A. M. Wise; Louis Nevins, father of Harry Nevins; Ralph Binswanger, brother of Mrs. I. L. Rosendorf; Paul J. Bonwit. father of Walter Bonwit: Herman Whitelaw. father of Mrs. Samuel Brophy; Adolph Lewis, father of Mrs. Leona Levin. YESHIVA CENTER Si4* Miehifan Avcaae Hi,.,mi Beach The Yeshiva Educational enter, 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 511 N. W. fifth Ave.. Miami (CONTINUED ON PAGE > Buy Defense Bonds Today. BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Slre.-t. Miami Beach Phone 5-97'JS S. M. MACHTEI, Rabbi M.,0 3. W. 17th Terrace, Miami I'hone 2-Ji7 Sabbath Services The 8:15 p. m. Sabbath service today will be dedicated to Beth Sholom's class of new members. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "Three In One." During the social period to follow the service Mrs. S. J. Cohen and Mrs. R. W. Granat will be hostesses. At the 9 a. m. service tomorrow Rabbi Machtei will speak on a text from the weekly portion. "The First Food Administrator." Following the Minchah service at 5 p. m. tomorrow, the rabbi will deliver a Yiddish discourse on "God's Plan." Mr. and Mrs. D. Liebman will be hosts at the Se'udah Shlishis. Adult Classes The adult class in Jewish Science will meet at ll a. m. Sunday at the Center. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will discuss "The Technique of Prayer." Service Men's Club The Beth Sholom Center committee is completing the equipment of its recreation rooms for the men in our armed services. Writing facilities, reading room, and games are already in use. Members wishing to invite service men to dinner on Friday evening or at any other time are asked to make arrangements through the committee. President's Dinner Alfred B. Rosenstein. president of Beth Sholom Center, will be host to the members at a dinner, Sunday evening, Dec. 20, to be known as the "President's Dinner." Mr. Rosenstein is inaugurating this as his policy in Beth Sholom. In announcing his program of activities for the coming year, he said, "The spirit of a happy family that exists at Beth Sholom must be maintained by every officer. As president, as the head of this family, I want my entire Beth Sholom membership to break bread with me and to feel the bonds that unite us." The calendar of events for the year will be announced at the President's Dinner, by Mr. Rosenstein. Chanukah Program Last Sunday evening, the religious school of Beth Sholom Center, in conjunction with the Beth Sholom Juniors, presented its annual Chanukah program, consisting of a Chanukah play, recitations, music, and candle drill. The following were on the program: Arthur Gilbert, David Nemeth, Howard Cohen, Peppi Granat, David Tobin, Nelson Kemp, Stewart Kohn. Charles Greenberg, Alan Ross, Ceill Appel, Roslyn Wallich. Marilyn Goldfarb, Micky Tobin, Rhoda Granat, Barbara Loeb, Charles Cohen, Blanch Nemeth, Nancy Rothman, Sandra Ell. Carol Fenias, Betty Ann Cohen. Pauline Oppenheimer, Alyn Bergsman. The Sisterhood served refreshments to the children who were in attendance. Mrs. S. M. Machtei had directed the play. After the entertainment, during which Rabbi Machtei acted as master of ceremonies, there was a social evening of games. War Bond Rally A committee composed of President Alfred B. Rosenstein, vicepresident Raymond Rubin, Board Chairman Charles S. 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'• FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1942 [PALM BEACTNOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative Temple Israel Reform Cong. Temple Israel Reform Connegation held their regular meeting Friday night at which ljme Dr. Carl Herman spoke on the subject. "Re-dedication." Dr. Herman also officiated at the specia services held at the TernMr. and Mrs. Schneider arrived jto spend their seventh winter here. They are both quite active : in the work of Congregation Beth El. Mr. Schneider occasionally assists in the Friday evening services as cantor. PREVIOUS GLOOM GIVES Ml TO JOY ID PAGE SEVEN commemoration of the Feast of Light, The Sisterhood met at the hostess room of the Florida Public Utilities Co. Tuesday evening. They held a card party on Wednesday at Schwartzberg Hall with Mrs. Harry A. Lee as hostess. Beth El Congregation Regular Friday night services were held at Beth El Congregation with Rabbi M. Grcenstein offkating. A discussion on Hanuka followed. In memory of Pinkus Schrebnick. son of Mrs. Mary Schrebnick. who passed away on December 25, 1932 at Culver City, a minion was held Saturday night. Sunday morning and Sunday night. The kaddish were recited by Rabbi Greenstein and Mr. Schneider, assisted by members and tourist friends of the family. Mrs. M. Schrebnick has received the sad news of the death of her brother, Dr. Charles Herzenberg, of San Francisco, Calif who passed away Sunday The body was sent to New York accompanied by his son, Captain Herbert Herzenberg. Max Cotton of Worcester, Mass is spending a few weeks here as the guest of his niece, Mrs. Helen Freeman. Mrs Loibert of New York has arrived at Villa Clair for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engel of Philadelphia are stopping at the Gilbert Hotel. This will be their tenth season in Palm Beach. Mrs. Mary Schrebnick has returned after spending two days in Miami Beach with her son Private Joe Schrebnick. who is attending training school there. Jack Barash spent Sunday in Miami. Mrs. Joe Friedman was hostess at the card party held Sunday night by the Sisterhood at Schcr Hail. Games were played, pres: er.:; exchanged, and refreshments : servid ;*t the Hanuka party of, the children of the Sunday School. Funeral services for V. Mason Weil. 66 of 152 Sea Breeze Ave.. Palm Beach, who died Tuesday morning at a local hospital, were held at 5 p. m. Wednesday at the Mizell-Simon Chapel. Rabbi Manuel Grcenstein and the Masons officiated. The body was taken North for burial. Mr. Weilvetoral resident of Palm Beach, had been ill since Nov. 19. His wife. Mrs. Belle Weil, survives. "EAT For the Best in Dairy HOLSUM Products i BREAD" Al PAR AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 113 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach, Florida CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES l& — ^ Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the \£j-i>e*£!k*e mi Nationally F ICE tHAU The gloom that prevailed dur" the early fall as to the fat,. Of Florida thoroughbred racing tor the coming season has definitely faded as indicated by the horsemen arriving here from throughout the country for the opening of Tropical Park's 20-day Winter meeting on Dec. 21. With the Tropical racing strip a busy scene of workout activity each morning, additional horses arriving daily as the roster now stabled in this area soars over the 1,000 mark, and "finishing touches" being applied throughout the Gables plant for its second wartime inaugural of World War II, optimism reigns. In addition the reports of the early arrivals at Tropical to their friends in the North, reports of a busy and "open for business" Metropolitan Miami, have continued the good rumors out of state to cancel the early fall pessimistic reports. As a result, the number of out of state auomobile tags, the rental of homes and apartments and interest in the coming start of racing, is increasing rapidly. Tropical's clubhouse and grandstand are in the final stages of their renovation and redecoration by cleaners, decorators and painters. The latter also have completed their track work which offers a shiny white rail with its rich green background of pines and coconut trees as well as new brightly-hued furlong posts. The tropical shrubbery, lawns and I hedges have been given their i "seasonal inaugural" trimming. while all direction signs, chairs and benches have been placed throughout the plant. The past popularity of the rail-side "saddle'' seats for spectators linds these installed again. THE ROLE OF THE TEACHERS OF RELIGION 'If the world to emerge from rn i( W I i V ftt r a vietor y of the Un.tcd Nations is to be a world of enduring peace and of freeidom, that peace and that free! dom must be founded on renewed loyalty to the spiritual values inherent in the great religious traditions which have saved mankind from degradation in the past and which offer the greatest promise for civilization in the future. "The enemies of mankind who arc arrayed in battle against us realized this, and therefore began their effort to subdue the world with an assault on religious institutions. It has become an attack upon all monotheistic religions and the principles which they have taught mankind—the dignity and worth of human personality, the value of reason and truth, the blessedness of mercy and justice. The seminary—Jewish Theological Seminary has made impressive efforts to study the problems of relationships among men of different faiths. Never has it been more important for the lovers of freedom to work harmoniously together in mutual understanding." "The greater the trials to which we Americans will be subjected during these coming years, the greater shall be the burden upon the teacher of religion. This is particularly true of those of us of the Jewish faith. "The youth of America may return from this war as did their kin before them, with the spiritual values, the eternal beauty of life dimmed if not extinguished, unless their faith in God and belief in their religion is maintained. That is the task of all leaders of religion, whenever they may be. to maintain the faith and belief and trust in God, in religion and in all spiritual values. It must be done if this war is not to be fought in vain." —Edgar J. Nathan, Jr.. Borough President of Manhattan. I'll B'RITH OF L Defense Bonds are your surety for freedom— REST HAVEN HOSPITAL "Where Patients are Guests" Supervision of Mrs. Joe K. Newton Hot and Cold Running Water in Every Room 47 N. W. 32nd Place. Ph. 4-6952 ALARM CLOCKS Good alarm clocks and repair parts arc fast disappearing from the market. Better get yours fixed before the parts and the clock-repairers depart. If you own an old. worn-out car. sell it to the nearest auto wrecker and send it off to war! You can start 35 machine guns on the way to our fighting men by junking that old jalopy! Navy Attache Honored Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE [ 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fir and all Kindred Line* of Insurance SCIENCE SPEAKS *n Rls olved: That the V* Kn" 1 Etnn lg i cal Society, W f yt ars dedicated to the [* f Peoples not belonging h* th civilizat 'on, express Pin.1 u 0Ccasion of ts centenFC r h a,lon its Profound con%  i^ 'hat racial persecution > mi f! SCr mination cannot be PJWically justified. Protest the distortion of anthropology which falsely assigns inborn superiority to some one 'race and assigns others to inborn inferiority. Ethnological studies rouse enthusiasm for the inventions and social life of many peoples of all races and make M impossible to assent to the dogma that civilization depends upon the enslavement of one race by another" -Resolution adopted by a hundred scientists from leading universities. Commander Samuel Benjamin Frankel. USN (center.) awarded the Distinguished Service Medal by Navy Secretary Knox "for excep tionally .meritorious service" as assistant naval attache In Murmansk and Archangel. In Soviet Russia. At right is Admiral E. J King. Commander-in-chief of the United States Fleet and Chief of Naval Operation. {V. S. Navy Photo) According to Secretary Knox. as a result of Frankel's "courage and resourcefulness, certain vessels which would otherwise have been lost have been saved for future service In war efforts His efficient execution of an extremely difficult task and his conscientious devotion to duty were In keeping with the highest tradition of the United States Naval Service." —Rtltattdby liwith Wtllari Board The Annual Installation of officers of Orlando Lodge No 1043 B'nai B'rith. was held in the Service Men's Club rooms of Cong. Ohev Sholem last night. The occasion was highlighted with addresses by Lt. Bern ice Peachey and Lt. Rita Fink of the WAAC organization stationed at Daytona Beach. Louis Ossinsky of Daytona Beach, president of the Florida Federation of B'nai B'rith Lodges was the installation officer representing District Grand Lodge No 5. Mr. Ossinsky outlined the new War Service program of ;he B'nai B'rith which is now being carried out by all the Lodges in the country. The following officers were installed for the 1942-43 term: Barney J. Cohen, president; A. J. Haimowitz, vice-president; J. S. Lyons, treasurer; Harry Siegel, secretary; Morris LaBellman. monitor; Gus Baer, assistant monitor; Louis Baum, H. N. Roth. L. S. Frankel. Major M. Mendlow and Captain S. Kolack. trustees. Morris LaBellman, the retiring president, was presented with a beautiful pen and pencil set as a token of esteem from the members of the Lodge. The presentation was made by Rabbi Morris A. Skop. Nat Berman. chairman of the entertainment committee, secured a delegation of musical talent headed by Sergeant Kirsch of the Fighter Command School, who were well receievd. The installation ceremony and musical program was followed by a buffet supper. The hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Louis Baum, chairman, who was assisted by Mrs. H. Lieberman. Mrs. Ben Salomon. Mrs. Harry Siegel. Mrs. Ben Katz. Mrs. Barney Cohen, Mrs. Sol Levy, Mrs. L. Abramowitz, and Mrs. J. S. Lyons. Among the two hundred in attendance there were officers and nun from the Orlando Fighter Command School, members of the Lodge and visitors. Out of town visitors included Mrs. Ossinsky, second vice president of the Women's Auxiliary of District Grand Lodge No. 5. Harry Meycrson and Murray Goldstein, all from Daytona Beach. -Buy War Bonds Today— I WANT MY MILK And Be 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 i



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0 e Jewish Floiridliia m |g o^c 7///7e jhewjjsih annuity [X3 #7e Jewish annuity /* VOLUME 15—No. 49 MIAMI, FLORIDA. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1942 PRICE 10 CENTS London (WNS)—Jews throughout the British Empire will observe Sunday. December 13, as a day 0 f mourning and fasting for the two million Jewish victims of Hitlerism and for the five million Jews still alive in Nazi-occupied Europe who are doomed to extermination. Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz announccd the day of mourning folj lowing an emergency conference. attended by representatives of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, Hie Jewish Agency for Palestine, the British section of the World Jewish Congress and the Agudas Israel. A special Channukah message was broadcast this week to the j Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe. I ng Jewish efforts in the United States and Palestine to ] avenge the ghetto victims, the broadcast appealed to the Jews in | Nazi territories to "Keep up your ( courage since the day of liberation of F.urope from the Nazis is approaching. JEWISH LEADERS DISCUSS ATROCITIES OF THE NAZIS MIAMI ZIONISTS TO ELECT NEW OFFICERS WEDNESDAY A meeting of the Miami Zionist District will be held at the Beth David Talmud Torah, 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Wednesday. December 16th at 8 p. m., it was announced by Louis Heiman, president. A feature of the meeting will be the election of new officers to serve during the coming year. The program, which is now being arranged, promises to be an interesting one. The district is planning an active season and a membership campaign is to be launched at an early date. Consideration is now being given to other projects to be initiated in line with resolutions adopted at the National Zionist Convention, held in New York this year. The public is invited to attend. JEWS IN 29 FREE E QF Washington (WNS)—President Roosevelt conferred this week with a delegation of American Jewish leaders who submitted to the chief executive documents describing in detail Hitler's scheme for the extermination of the Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Europe. The conference was held in the White House Tuesday. The Jewish delegation consisted of Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the American Jewish Congress; Nahum Goldman, of the World Jewish Congress; Morns Wertheim, president of the American Jewish Committee; Henry Monsky, president of B'nai B'rith, and Adolph Held, head of the Jewish Labor Committee. Following the conference with the president, the Jewish leaders visited Gen. Sikorski, premier of the Polish Government-in-exile, now in this country on an official mission. LEADERS ASK PRESIDENT FOR A JEWISH HOMELAND Washington (WNS)—A joint declaration, signed by 62 members of the United States Senate and 181 members of the House '" Representatives pledging their continued support of the "declared joid traditional policy of the United States to favor the reiteration of the Jewish National Home in Palestine" was submitted to President Roosevelt this week it was announced by Senator Robert F. Wagner, of NewYork. In making public the text of 'he joint declaration. Senator "'agner characterized the action as of "world significance" and i out that the "support whicti it records is non-partisan." 11 is expresive," he, declared. of a deep-seated sentiment in favor of the Jewish Homeland in Palestine which is wide-spread among the American people and represents also a striking reaf[Trnation of a traditional Amer'can policy." New York (WNS)—Jews in 29 free countries joined in the world-wide observance of a day of fasting and prayer for the millions of Jews massacred by Hitler's legions in blood-soaked occupied Europe. Synagogues were crowded with Jews who closed their businesses and left their jobs to pray for the victims of Hitlerism. In New York City an estimated 500.000 Jewish workers participated in a 10-minutc work stoppage. In factories manufacturing war essentials, this time was later made up. Hundreds of thousands of non-Jewish workers joined in the stoppage and adopted resolutions condemning the Nazi brutalities and demanding that the United Nations take action to stop the mass murders. Mayor F. H. LaGuardia called upon the non-Jewish populations of the city to join with their Jewish friends and neighbors in observing the Jewish day of mourning. The mayor said: "I know that they will want to join with their Jewish friends and neighbors in their prayers. No creed and no faith is safe from the vicious attacks of the Nazis. Governor Lehman said in a statement: "In all pages of history, we can find no greater example of studied cruelty. Odiously. Hitler and his band Ol monsters have determined to wipe 0 Ut an entire people. This studied cruelty and brutality has called forth the deep resentment t aI decent-thinking people in ,.verv part Of the world. It is our duty to wage war so vigorously, so uncompromisingly that these unfortunate men. women and children will again be freed and JeK to take their rightful place f n the world of security, peace and goodwill. To that end we This country and in every ot IK freedom-loving country o tiu world must devote every ounce o, our determination, our courage and our energy. Everyl^nTlyTaTk^dTo return to circulation 10 pennies in order that copper saved might bt used for manufactures Squeeze baby's bank for Uncle Sam. re 11 FOR OTHER Isaac Levin, chairman, this week announced the resignation of William I. Boxerman, director of the Florida regional office of the Anti Defamation League ARCHBISHOP ASKS ACTION TO STOP NAZI SLAUGHTER London .WNS)—The "burning indignation" of the Church of England at the organized Nazi slaughter of millions of Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe, was expressed this week by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who urged the United Nations to lake action to halt the mass killings. In a letter published in the London Times, the Archbishop described the Nazi program of extermination as "a horror beyond what imagination can grasp and for which barbarous ages scarcely supply a parallel." He added that "at lea.-t we might offer to receive here any Jews able to escape Nazi clutches and make their way to our shores." The Archbishop suggested that any person proved involved in the Axis atrocities be held responsible after the war. OF POLISH JEi 15 since its inception in January. 1941. Mr. Boxerman is leaving Miami soon to assume the newlycreated post of executive director of the Jacksonville Jewish Community Council. In making public the resignation, Mr. Levin said: "It is with deep regret that I announce Mr. Boxerman's plans. At the same time, it affords me great pleasure to know that in his new field of endeavor he not only will administer a public relations program similar to the one he inaugurated with such success here, but also will have responsibility for central fund-raising and the varied aspects of communal planning. Miami's loss indeed is Jacksonville's gain." Mr. Levin stated further: (CONTINUED ON PAGE 3) OF DIES yuan Chicago.—Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon, founder of the National Council of Jewish Women, died Mrs. Hannah G. Solomon at her home Monday night of a paralytic stroke suffered a week ago. London (WNS)—Nazi Gestapo Chief Heinrich Himmler has organized new brands of notoriousy anti-Semitic Ukrainian and Latvian hooligans to speed up the extermination of the 1.000,000 to 1.250.000 Jews still alive in Poland of the estimated 3.500.000 Jews in Poland before the Nazi occupation, according to reliable underground reports received here this week. These new bands of anti-Jewish terrorists, commanded by Gestapo and SS agents, have been turned loose on the Polish ghettos with orders to kill as many Jews as possible. The underground reports, which gave additional details of the Nazi plan to destroy completely the Jewish population of occcupied Europe, were disclcosed here by Samuel Zygelbaum, one of the two Jewish members of the Polish National Council. During the first eight months of 1942, there have been 1.250,000 to 1.500.000 Jewisn victims of organized manslaughter, and others have died or starvation, hardships and hygienic conditions in the ghettos. The wholesale massacre was carried out by German Verni-htungscolonen (extermination columns) and destruction squads commanded by the highest Nazi authorities in Berlin. In Warsaw's ghetto, the report said, only 30.000 remain of the 400.000 young Jews employed in the large factories of Schultze and Tebcns or as Jewish police. In the Lublin ghetto only 400 are left in the Majdanks factory oi 60.000 once employed there. The reports confirmed previous stories of mass gas poisoning, electrocuting and machine-gunning in ghetto streets. The Warsaw ghetto was described as in a state of nervous tension approximating mass insanity. Food is almost unobtainable—a pound of potatoes costs $5 and a loaf of bread ^-^ times the price outside the ghetto walls. The report concluded with an ardent appeal to save 500,0001 survivors from inevitable death, it (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) COUNCIL APPEALS 10 NATIONS HEADS FOR JEWISH LIVES Jerusalem (WNS)—As the Jewish community of Palestine concluded its week-long mourning period, during which places of entertainment were closed and work stoppages called, for the millions of Jews slain by Nazi death squads, the Jewish National Council of Palestine appealed to President Roosevelt, Prime Minister Winston Churchill anil Soviet Premier Josef Stalin to rescue the Jews alive in Nazi-occupied Europe. The appeal called upon the three most powerful Allied leaders to: (1. Do your utmost to stop the Nazi slaughter of Jews in Europe; (2: Warn the Nazis that they will be held to strict account for the killing of the Jews: (3: Save the remnants of European Jewry by exchanging German nationals residing in the democratic countries for Jews in the ghettos; (4. Rescue Jewish children immediately from the Nazis; (5. Allow the Jews to fight as a people among the other peoples. Impressive protest demonstrations took place during the week in all parts of Palestine. In Tel Aviv, a huge demonstration was led by rabbis, carrying Torahs in their hands. The demonstrators carried signs reading: "Where are the Democratic Governments?" The crowd of thousands of Jews pledged "not to remain silent and not to allow Jewish blood to be silenced." PROMINENT VIENNA JEWS SENT TO CZECH FORTRESS Geneva (WNS)—Dr. D. Friedman, former president of the Vienna Jewish community, and Dr. Robert Striker, noted Austrian Zionist leader, and their families, have been deported to Theresinstadt, Nazi fortress prison in Czechoslovakia, from which, it is said, no one ever emerges alive, it was reported here this week. The report said that the liquidation of the once-flourishing Jewish community of Vienna has been virtually completed. HOLD 250 JEWISH LEADERS OF TUNIS AS HOSTAGES London (WNS)—General Walther Nehring, Nazi commander of the Axis forces in Tunisia has ordered the arrest of 250 Jewish leaders in Tunis as a warning to the Jewish population to refrain from anti-Nazi and pro-Allied activities, according to reports received here this week. As American and British forces made preparations for an all-out assault on Tunis and Bizerte. the Nazi commander warned that the 250 Jewish hostages would be executed if the Jewish population persisted in what he described as %  p ro-Allied efforts." At the same time General Nehring ordered Jewish -schools, institutions and synagogues as well as all Jewish owned enterprises in Axis-held Tunisia, elosed. The closing of Jewishowned stores and shops caused considerable looting. j —Buy War Savings Bonds—



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PPJDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1942 MARCHING MEN THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI j (TbiB hy the I"" 1 S, rotate weekly feature Is prepared l)lir relatloiiH committee of Miami Army anil Navy of the National Jewish SStare Board. The committee in7' U.ll.am I Boxerman chair_.„ Benjamin Bronston. SVed K. Kodiet and Paul Weltzman %  JgKtrlbutlona to th !" : _,i r0 i |, paiti'-ulnrly In the form of "''"" ,,.eive.l here from Greater lllinii boys now In the service.) Thumbnail Sketches According to his father who has just received a long-distance call from his son. Allan W. Goldberg now is qualified as a pilot in the army air corps after several months as an aviation cadet. Allan is stationed at Nashville. Tenn. Nathaniel E. Greenblatt enlisted recently in the merchant marine His brother, Leonard, who entered the service in November. 1941. now jg a second lieutenant in the army, stationed at Los Angeles, Calif. Bernard Greenstein, who previously was stationed at Fort Benmng and now is at Camp Gordon, Augusta, Ga.. has won high honors in inarkmanship and the handling of hand grenades • • | During actual combat, men hav-. ing his markmanship record generally are assigned to headquar' ters company as guards for highranking officers Incidentally. Private Greenstein soon will be announcing the addition of a third member to his family. Bentley Knobel was graduated last month from the O. C. S. at Miami Beach as a second lieutenant in the army air corps He now is stationed at Kelly Field, | Texas His brother. Edward. enlisted a few weeks ago as an apprentice seaman in the coast guard. Dr. Edward Roth, a practicing physician on the Beach, has en-1 listed in the United States marij time service and has been commissioned as past assistant surgeon in the United States Public Health Service Reserve This rank is equivalent to a full lieutenancy in the navy or a captain in the army ... Dr. Roth has re-' ported to Omaha, Neb. for duty. Lt. Irrin Karah. of the navy. has returned from Guadalcanal island and is visiting with friends on the Beach Jack Turner. technician fifth grade, is now stationed with a squadron of the olumn are army air forces in the Caribbean area Corp Martin W. Spector has been enrolled in a special course of Instruction at the army signal corps school at Camp Murphy. Fla. Lyman W. Finkel has been promoted to the grade of staff sergeant in the am forces at Newcastle annv air base. Lee Silver has successfully completed the officer candidate school course at Fort Monmouth, N. J. and has in en commissioned second lieutenant in the army signal corps Sgt. Albert E. Ossip. formerly in the field artillery at Fort Knox. Ky.. is now an officer candidate at the adjutant general's school at Fort Washington. Mil. Buy War Stamps and Bonds NOW and give our men in the armed forces the help they need. 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President <5 NORTHEAST FIRST AVENUE Buy Your War Savings Bonds Here ES FOR OTHER IRK IN FLORIDA • CONTINL'EDFROM PAGE 1) "Since Mr. Boxerman will still remain a Floridian, and hence will retain his contacts with our community, it is comforting to know the success that will amend his undertakings In Jacksonville will be reflected here as well. I express the sentiment of thi cutive committei ami of the Ji w ish community at large when I say that few men in Ins position could have attained the results that emv.ned his efforts as director oi the Florida office, in the ition of good will for our people in these trying times. We him the best of everything in his new position." Mr. Boxerman first came to Miami in the fall of 1940 to survey the needs of this area for the Anti-Defamation League. Following his report to the national headquarters of the organization, a decision was reached to establish a Florida office based in Miami, and to him was entrusted the task of organizing and developing a program that has grown steadily in scope and influence. In entering upon his new responsibilities in Jacksonville Mr. Boxerman will be directing the destinies of a communal structure identical in name with that which he headed in Detroit. In the latter city he was the first director of the Jewish Commun:ty Council, then a pioneer movement in American Jewish life. An announcement will soon be forthcoming about Mr. Boxerman's successor. PAGE THREE OF POLISH JEWS IS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) is useless to pass resolutions or to punish the Germans after the war, the appeal said. The need for action is immediate. Another report received here this week described the brutal murder of 250 sick Jewish children in the Vladimir Medem Children's Sanatorium near Warsaw. Doctors and nurses in the institution, which in the past has been supported by American Jewish funds, were killed with the children when they rejected a Nazi order to leave the children and return to the Warsaw ghetto. Mass protest meetings held by British Jewish organizations have demanded immediate action by the United Nations to stop the cold-blooded murder of millions of Jews. One proposal adopted this week urged the United Nations to punish German nationals in Allied territories in reprisal for the mass murder of Jews. The proposal was made with the hope that this action would compel Hitler to abandon his extermination program. I Pick up a few dollars and kick over a few Axis enemies by junkig that old jalopy todayWOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC c o P. O. Box 2973. Miami. Florida THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES By HARRY SCHWARTZ Y. M. and Y. W. Installation The finest installation ever held' in this city took place at the Y. M. H. A. last Sunday night when the officers and members of the board of directors of the Y. M. and Y. W. H, A. were installed. 1 "Y" auditorium was literally jammed. There was not an inch oi space available. The program was opened with resentation of colors by the Y. M. II. A. Boy Scout Troop No. register -aid name with the fleik of the Circuit I'uuit of Dude County, Klomla. IGNATZ LHB PAUL WB1TZMAN, Attorney 12 4-11-18-M 1/1 BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELKIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But—Biggest Because Best matics coach at the Y, is rehearsing the Ahmy Girls in a play to be presented during the Holiday vacation season. The girls are practically ready to put on the show and more details will be given later. Watch these columns for more details concerning this group. "Y" Day Great Event The Annual "Y" Day of the Y. W, H. A, was successful both socially and financially. A great sum of money was realized and thanks are due to the committee, particularly to Mrs. Anne Berg, r and Mrs. Gertrude Rosen for the fine manner in which they made their preparations. We also thank the following hostesses who ware kind and gracious to lend their homes lor entertainment at cards and mah jongg, thereby enabling the Y. W. H. A. to profit by a neat sum: Mesdames Rose I.libel. Lena Wciner, Jean Gadon. Miriam Sager, Ethel Grossman, Ann Chester, Sara Shenkman, Sophie Sanders, Bea Stepkin. Pearl Reisman,. Mrs. Barnett. H. Mandel. Ann Jacobs, Rose Cole. Ann Shier. Gert Rosen. Jennie Levinson, Tina Kotkin. Belle Seigel. Ann Bronberg, P. Berkowitz. J. Kabot. S. Miller, Norman Jacobs, Mrs. Swicker, Mrs. Deutsch and Mrs. Haas. Miami Service League A special and unique event took place at the Service Men's Dance last Saturday night. Thru the courtesy of Nathan Rothberg, J. W. B.-U. S. O. Director, recordings were made by many of the boys on a recording machine provide by Mr. Rothberg. These records wire sent home to the parents and sweethearts of the ; boys and all of them were very delighted. On Tuesday. December 15. the Miami Service League will act as hosts to the draftees in the rear of the Seybold building. Over 90 boys will be leaving for Camp Blanding and the ladies of the Miami Service League will present them gifts. On Monday evening, December 21. the Miami Service League will give a Squadron Dance for the boys from Bell Haven. Now's the time to scrap that I old jalopy and put more than 2.000 grenades in the hands of our fighters! Don't Ruin Your Table! TABLE PADS WASHABLE—LIQUID PROOF AS LOW AS Agent will Bring 3 Or Sample and J|*| Measure Table ww No Obligation 3-D-iy Delivery "I FIT The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. 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% %  PAGE EIGHT *Jewist ncridiar FRIDAY, DECEMBER H, 1942 FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxerman The views expressed by Mr. Boxcrmtn are his own anil do not necessarily represent Hie opinion of The Jewish Plorldlan. "People of the Book" For centuries Jews have boon known as "the people of the book." This terminology has been applied to them because of their long, unbroken interest in culture and learning, in literary development of the finest type. The Jewish people gave to the world the greatest work in all human history—the Bible The emphasis placed in the Jewish home of the past upon the need lor education naturally encouraged the flowering of literary genius in our midst. However, today, for one reason or another, in many a Jewish community we see a drying up process, a withering of the sources of inspiration which gave rise to worthwhile books on Jewish subjects ... In part this is due to the lack of response by Jewish people When a Jewish writer produces a popular work on a non-Jewish theme he is more likely to receive the financial encouragement which he needs to sustain himself than when he produces a book of a specifically Jewish nature. Now Jewish writers do not differ from others They need REAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH Miami Beach Real Estate SALES— LEASES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "Trustworthy Service" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1389 N. W. 7th St. Ph. S-7301 Best care for chronic tick, convalescent and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP BBBBBBI Large Beautiful Groundi^H an appreciative public in order to continue producing on a high plane Ottherwlse, they must begin writing down to the masses, pandering to their lowest tastes, rather than leading and elevating them through the high tone of their productions. A Jewish Bookshop It is sad that in a Jewish community as large as Miami (with estimates of the Jewish population ranging anywhere from 10,000 to 20.000) there is not a single Jewish bookshop, or one which specializes in Jewish hooks, be they on lay or secular subjects! Recently in sampling the books on display in Greater Miami bookshops we found hardly a score of volumes on Jewish subjects. The stock explanation might he that people down here in Florida don't read very much: hence a Jewish bookshop would not be feasible Doubtless the situation m Miami does not differ in this respect from many another community But Miami is a developing, growing community, a young community with much promise for the future. Might it not be in order for some of our communal leadership to concern itself with this problem? ... It might even he feasible as an initial start, to partially subsidize an existing bookshop on an experimental basis We are convinced that the small investment would pay ample dividends. Good Will In Action The National Conference of Christians and Jews has demonstrated that there is room for legitimate differences in America Twice within the past few months has a trio, under the auspices of the Miami Round Table, toured the state and appeared jointly on the same platform— Protestant minister. Catholic priest, and Jewish rabbi Now Now comes word of a similar expression of good will on a national scale involving chaplains of the three major faiths. The event has special local interest because one of the participants is well known in Greater Miami through his frequent visits in our midst He is Chaplain Joshua L. Goldberg of the third naval district, who will be heard over the Columbia Broadcasting System. Sunday. December 13th at 1 p. m. Goldberg's topic will be "The Chaplain and His Relation to Other Denominations" The Free Synagogue Choir under the direction of the noted Abraham Binder will provide a fine program of Jewish music The Catholic chaplains will be represented in the series by Captain William Maguire. U.S.N., (of "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" fame) and the Protestants, by Captain C. A. Neyman, U.S.N.. head of the chaplain's school at Norfolk, Va. Gut Shabbos! MIAMI JEWISH BEACH CENTER (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) to have full charge of Kashrut supervision and the legalistic and religious questions in connection with this work. A committee was appointed to arrange for a kosher kitchen and suitable quarters to accommodate service men desiring Kosher meals. This very urgent problem will receive immediate attention. The committee is empowered to arrange for membership drive to raise the funds required for this holy and patriotic cause. Mass Celebration to Mark Close of Hanuka Season As a fitting conclusion of the Hanuka festivities, the Jewish festival of lights, a huge mass celebration will be held on Sunday. December 13 at 8 p. m. in the large auditorium of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center. 1415 Euclid Avc. The pupils of the Religious schools will stage a pageant depicting the struggle for religious freedom through the ages and a select east will present a play entitled •What's Tonight?" The child prodigy. Sgt. Richard Charles, only 7 years old. who is famed for his leats of memory and musical ability, will participate. This boy has played in many theatres and has entertained service men in army camps and naval bases. He has been awarded the title of Honorary Sergeant in the U. S. Army. Among other outstanding features on the program are several original compositions sung by Cantor Abraham D. Wolf, a Candle Ballet by pupils of the Sunday school coached and directed by Molka Reich, musical selections by Miss Ruth Brotman. soprano, and a piano solo by Anyuta Melicov. Donna Marxer and Jeannine and Louis Flint of the Princess Nina Russian Ballet School will participate with song and dance numbers. 5100.000.00 In response to an appeal by Dr. Samuel Bension, SI 00.000.00 in War Bonds were subscribed at the Hanuka membership get-together of the Center and its auxiliaries last Monday evening. This is the largest amount thus far subscribed by any Jewish organization in this community. The Center leads the way. Let others do their best to emulate our noble example. The largest single subscription was in the amount of $20,000 and B'nai B'rith Not e s By Paul Weitzman Lucky Strike Green has gone to war, with a blare of publicity worthy of a nobler effort—and at a cost that would provide most of us with security for the remainder of our lives. Clark Ga-; ble has gone to war with publicity, unsolicited by him, which, if paid for. would run into fabu-1 lous figures. Many, many others have left the 'lesh-pots of, civilian life to endure the hard-, ships and perils of service in the; Armed Forces without fanfare. And carry with them the ability and means to be of service to their fellows—in fact they trans-j plant their activities from civilian j life to the Armed Forces. Such a one is Chaplain Camillus Angel, of the Army Air Force, whom Sholem Lodge was privileged to hear at its meeting, last Tuesday. A rabbi, in civilian life, his ministrations are now to the spiritual needs of the Jewish men in the Army Air Force in Miami Beach. And it was inspiring to hear him tell what part we must play in the war effort. Not that we have not heard the same thing before. Not that we do not know what is required of us. But because of his analogies to the ancient history of the Jews, what Chaplain Angel had to tell us was of special significance. And it must have dispelled any mental reservations that may have been in the minds of some. Mental reservations that sacrifice is to be borne by others; that the war cannot or should not affect them personally. The sooner each one realizes this is his war, and is ready to repeat the pledge made by the signers of the Declaration of Independence "we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortune and our sacred honor"—and unequivocally determine to redeem that pledge, so much the sooner will victory be won. Miami B'nai B'rith Girls The Junior B'nai B'rith Girls contributed to the program of the evening with an introduction by Teresa Cohen, two songs by Natalie Hoffman and a reading by Rosalie Moretti. Beaming on j her charges was Helenc Silver. who, with Mrs. Albert Green, are advisors to the Girls. And beami ing on Helene Silver, presidentI elect of the Ladies Auxiliary, was Sam Silver, who is her husband. And all were deserving of admiring glances. Dues It is never tactful to remind i one that he is in arrears in the payment of an obligation. But tact should not turn us aside from the stern necessity of reminding you that Sholem Lodge must balance its books and meet its budget by the collection of dues. And if you have not paid i your dues, will you do so now? Dues, for the most part, remain unpaid due to oversight or neglect. The Lodge has enlisted the services of its captains to \ aid in the collection of dues. If \ you are approached, do not be offended. It is an onerous job at best. If you cannot pay your entire indebtedness at this time, pay part, and tell the captain when to see you again. Ladies Auxiliary As one of her last official acts as outgoing president, Jennie j Rotfort turned over a check to the Lodge to be applied to the State Student Union, also introducing the new president. Mrs. Sam Silver. As monitor. Mrs.l Rotfort will still be devoted tol the interests of the Ladies Auxil-| iary. BETH SHOLOM CENTER the second $15,000. There were several at $5,000 and a large number at $1,000 and $500. The Center Defense Bond committee under whose auspices the appeal was made consists of Samuel Friedland. chairman; Attorney Herman M. Berk, secretary; Mayer H. Frankel, Nathan Glosser, and Harry Sirkin. (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) bar anniversary meeting. MrJ Tobin made an appeal for thel purchase of War Bonds. ThoseJ present pledged various amounts and paid the same evening. Othj er members turned their checks; over to Mr. Rubin during the week. Beth Sholom Center was; instrumental in selling $25,000 in War Bonds through the abovfl committee. 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PAGE FOUR *'JmistinarkUan FRIDAY, DECEMBER H, i 942 #• JewS5111 FloiriidlHa m PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES 11 S. W. SECOND AVENUE P. O. BOX 2973 PHONE 2-1141 Catered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under the Act of March 3, 1879 Fred K. Shochet. Managing Editor One SUBSCRIPTION Year, $2.00 Six Months, $1.00 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1942 TEBETH 3. 5703 VOLUME 15 NUMBER 49 A NEED FOR ACTION A world accustomed to hearing reports of mass atrocities and brutalities in Nazi-occupied Europe last week was horrified by details of a new Nazi program to exterminate the 5.000,000 Jews in occupied Europe. Approximately 2,000,000 helpless Jews—men, women and children—have already been ruthlessly slaughtered. These reports are not rumors, falsifications or exaggerations, but cold facts. Hitler has ordered the killing of every Jew in occupied Europe. The Polish Government-inexile in London has based its report on authentic documents secured by the Polish underground. The American State Department, according to Dr. Stephen S. Wise, has confirmed the existence of Hitler's extermination order. Details of Hitler's fiendish program defy description. Thousands of Jews are forced to lie. one upon another, in specially-excavated holes, and are machine-gunned to death. Others are pushed into sealed freight cars and left to die of suffocation and hunger. Some are killed in gas chambers; others are electrocuted. A new favorite method of killing Jews is to inject air bubbles into the veins of the victims. This method is inexpensive and guick—one Nazi doctor can kill 100 Jews in an hour. In times past Jews have suffered bitterly at the hands of tyrants and dictators. Nothing, however, can compare with Hitler's systematic program of extermination. The United Nations must act and act promptly if a whole people is to be saved from destruction. Expressions of sympathy will not save the 5,000,000 Jews in Nazi territory. Only forceful Allied action, backed by bullets and bombs, will halt the Berlin madman. The United Nations must now warn Hitler that if he makes further attempts to carry out his appalling scheme each and every Nazi and Fascist will pay for it with his life. If Hitler refuses to halt this blood-letting, perhaps the German people will. The Hebrew press in Palestine has called on the United Nations to launch an international movement to rescue at least the Jewish children from Hitler's hands. There can be no doubt but that all in this country would support such a program. RAIDS EXPECTED The following editorial feature appeared in The Washington Star, November 8. titled "Raids Expected," written by Henry J. Taylor. New York—There are high military authorities in America who are convinced Nazi bombers will attack our seaboard. They look for them first over Washington and New York. Large sections of the public may not believe it will happen, but when you take a count among important air authorities, you often get the answer. "They'll come over. Any time. Make no mistake about that." And I found a general feeling that when the Nazis do come there may be loud cries of "Pearl Harbor." As one who has seen Nazi planes operate over Russian cities, over London, in the Mediterranean, Egypt and the Middle East, I know this could be very unfair to the Army, and to the top officers involved. "There is no way to stop a scattered raid," specialists in air defense agree. They made no bones about this when I talked with them at interceptor fields from Florida to New England. "It is impossible to have enough anti-aircraft batteries and interceptor planes to keep off every Nazi attacker. All America's fighting production would have to be retained at home, where the Nazis would like to have us keep it, in order to do this. And even then, bombs would fall." I had been with many of these same authorities during training periods in England and in action elsewhere. I have just been to their interceptor fields here. Seeing them back in the United States, assigned to our air defense, I asked them how we could do what is not done any place in the world, namely, develop a shutout against enemy attack. "We can't. And the Nazis, of course, know this." CAPITAL LETTER By CHARLES BENSON Arc tinNazis fiends? Propagana analysts here want an answer. Tile question is a serious one, for en our understanding of the enemy depends many of the most important decisions of the war and of tiie peace. The dictionary describes fiends as devils, infernal beings—non-human, super or sub-human, as you prefer. Many of us tend to regard Nazis in that light and all of us sometimes think of them as able, willing and likely to do things for which we can assign no human motives. The simple truth is. to quote what Shakespeare said in a slightly different connection, that Nazis have "hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the same means, warmed and cooled by the same winter and summer, as a Christian is ... Or a Jew. These rather obvious facts do not, of course, alleviate in the slightest the guilt of any one Nazi or group of Nazis. No one— except themselves—denies that they are evil men, wrong-headed, men, guilty men. But they are men. and do things for human reasons, however evil. They are not embodiments of some definition of "wrong" in a philosophy text-book, 'to whom any unreasnable action can safely be attributed, as long as it is sufficiently monstrous. Aanlysts here are anxious to point out that if we consider the Nazis as fiends rather than humans, we automatically over or underrate them. While the former error does not foster so many dangers as the latter, it can seriously affect our war effort by distorting the point of view from which we direct our own counter-action. For example, we have recently b< en told in Washington that Hitler has ordered the extermination of all Jews in occupied, Europe %  by the end of this year. Now.' this may or may not be true. But instead of assuming that it is true, because the Nazis are tu mis and .Hitler is an archfiend, we might do well to analyze what the report implies. It implies—if true—that Hitler and his subordinates are staring, raving mad and consequently that the collapse of the Axis cannot be many weeks off. This. too. may or may not be true—and other evidence may affect our belief in the matter. But if we accept the alleged order as a fact, the madness and collapse follow inevitably. Because look, the analysts say. There are at least 2,000,000 Jews left in occupied Europe. At least half of them must be capable of some kind of work. We know from many sources that Germany is struggling with a desperate manpower shortage. Would any but a mad ruler kill off 1.000.000 workers when he needs every fightng man at the front? Would any but mad subordinates let nim? Arc administrators capable of such insanity capable of directing a war? Again. The Nazis are supposed to have determined on a quick method of mass murder. One doctor, we are told, can kill 100 Jews in an hour by injecting airbubbles into their arteries. Let us admit, for the sake of argument, that superhuman Nazi physicians can locate an artery, inject an air bubble, and pass to the next victim in slightly more than one-half second. Let us admit, also, that Nazi doctors can keep up this work 10 hours a day. Still, at least 100 of them would be required to finish the extermination by the end of the year. Would any but a mad commander-in-chief, with thousands of Ins own people suffering and dying every day for lack of medical care, detail 100 physicians for a month merely to exterminate people he disliked? To be sure, he is said to have a use for the bodies—the manufacture of soap fats. Now. this also may or may not be true. But true or not. the mere mention of the report raises a serious question closely related to our estimat of the enemy—our estimate of our own leaders. True or not. the soap fat story gets this reaction from most rational peple who hear it: "Oh. now. this is really too much. We heard that one in the last war and it turned out to be a fake. You can't believe everything they tell you in Washington any more." True or not. that story does not even convince people that every Nazi is a fiend—it only makes them suspect that someone is trying to dupe them. The effect of that story is worse, from the point of view of those who want people to think intelligently about the enemy, than stories that make the Nazis inhuman monsters. Its effect is to promote a far-reaching distrust of all our information on the enemy, and a consequent inability to form any opinion about him at all. Those with information to dispense about the Nazis have a great responsibility. They can show a clever but human enemy who must be outsmarted. They can show a fiend whose superhuman malevolence we cannot hope to account for. Or they can show a caricature so unbelievable on its face as to furnish no guide for counter-action at all. BAPTIST STUDENT RECEIVES B'NAI B'RITH HTLLEL FOUNDATION INTER-FAITH FELLOWSHIP AT ALABAMA The Grover Cleveland Hall Award, established by the B'nai Brith Hillel Foundation at the University of Alabama, in memory of the late Grover Cleveland Hall, crusading Alabama editor, who smashed the Ku Klux Klan in his state, is awarded to James Davis Baptist student, who was adjudged by a faculty committee to have done the most to promote interfaith relations on the campus. Left to right, James H. Newman, dean of men; Professor Montgomery, chairman of the award committee; Rabbi George Ende, director of the Hillel Foundation; James Davis, award winner, and Dr. Raymond R. Patty, president of the University of Alabama. -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREMuctty eongidenUol -By PHINEAS J. BIRONWAR ECHOES Just before leaving the country on a secret Navy mission Walter Winchell pointed out to us that the Nazi massacres in Poland are like the wholesale killing of dangerous witnesses in which the prohibition gangsters used to indulge. But, Winchell added, the Nazis can't destroy the evidence against them in that way The government-in-exile have enough documentary proof of Nazi criminality to convince any jury Ex-Governor Lehman, they say, is already studying ways and means of feeding the Italians after their collapse, which is expected before 1943 is more than a few months old Congratulations to the Exide storage battery people on the Axis representative they are featuring in their ads—an individual with the Hitler forelock and mustache, the Hirohito eyes and teeth and the Benito chin and jowls. Quite a combination Hungary is one of the Axis nations, but Neal O'Hare reports that the good peple of Budapest express their feelings on this political affiliation by making it a point to exercise their dogs in Hitler Square and Mussolini Square Have your youngsters told you that "Superman" has become a one-man army fighting against the Nazis and bidding fair to run them out of existence? ... It isn't a coincidence that this military career started just about the time when Jerry Siegel, co-creator of this legendary figure, was settling his affairs to become one of Uncle Sam's soldiers. JEWISH AFFAIRS Some interesting and heretofore unknown correspondence between Theodor Herzl and Walter Rathenau has come to light ... It seems that the German Jewish statesman, whom the Nazis murdered while he was serving as Minister of Foreign Affairs in the Weimar Republic, had once flirted with the idea of Zionism to the extent of subscribing to Die Welt, the Zionist publication which Herzl edited An editor writes in to say that that headlines about "47,000 Jews in Palestine All-Jewish Regiment Poised to Strike at Axis," to which we objected last week on the grounds that it is misleading, was taken from a United Palestine Appeal release ... He adds that he still doesn't believe us when we tell him that there are hardly 10,000 Jewish soldiers from Palestine in British combat units Well, he's right when he says we made a mistake on that point Actually there are less than 6,000 of the enlisted Palestinian Jewish boys in combatant service outside of Palestine. READER'S GUIDE If you want the inside dope on Hitler and his aides, get a copy of Bella Fromm's "Blood and Banquets" Miss Fromm. a refugee now in this country, kept a diary for years in Berlin, and then managed to smuggle it out ... A report card dating from Adolf's school days is featured in Ludwig Wagner's new book, "Hitler: Man of Strife." The item that interests us on that report is one reading. "Penmanship—Disagreeable" That, it seems to us, adequately sums up the Feuhrer's personality Congratulations to Abraham Rogatnick for his blunt, unretouched interview with Harvard's Professor Harry A. Wolfson of Harvard, which appeared exclusively in the New York YMHA Bulletin ... A forthcoming biography will describe the career of the late Dr. Joseph Goldberger, the scientist who did such important work on pellagra "Continuous Performance." Mrs. A. J. Balaban's biography of her husband, the showman, recalls that about fourteen years ago Mussolini tried to get the Shuberts to produce a play he had written, and, what's more, insisted that he should get a half million dollars in advance royalties • • And are the Shuberts glad they didn't take him up! SCIENTIFIC INTERLUDE Professor Jacques Hadamard, who delivered that most (CONTINUED ON PAGE


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PAGE SIX vJewist flcridinn FRIDAY, DECEMBER BETH JACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE Si ren of this age, and is given by Miss Sonia Shpall. Mizrachi Concert Sunday night the Miami Beach Mizrachi presented its fourth annual Chanukah concert at our synagogue. Before a large audience a program was presented which included recitations by Dorothy Feit and Joyce Brucknei•; songs by the radio star, Pvt. Benjamin Goldfarb. • Lt. Louis Crumbein, Cantors Maurice Mamches and Berele Kellemer, Sam Cook, and a series of duets by Melvin Michaels and S. Collins, members of the U. of Miami orchestra. Rabbi Mescheloff served as chairman of the evening. Refreshments were served by a committee of Mizrachi women. Mazul Tov Congratulations to Miss Sylvia Wohl and Lt. Irving Math on their marriage Tuesday night. Our rabbi officiated. Vale of Tears Our deepest sympathies to our member. Meyer Cohen, on the loss of his mother in Pittsburgh last Saturday. May the Almighty console the mourners in their bereavement. Refuo Shlaymo We wish Mrs. O. Angelberg a refuo shlaymo. She is recuperating from injuries received in a fall. Service Club Special thanks are extended to all those who have brought refreshments for our service men during the past week, and to the many members who have given our service men hospitality in their homes. Sewing Unit A Beth Jacob Red Cross Unit has been established by the initiative of Mrs. Moses Krieger. Sewing machines and material have already been obtained. Those interested in joining our growing sewing circle are asked to report at our office. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5) David auditorium, the election of officers and directors took place and the following were elected to serve for the ensuing year. President. Harry Markowitz; vice president. Albert Quadow; treasurer, Harry O. Rabe; recording secretary. Samuel Dickson; financial secretary. Harry Simons; Board of directors: Jack August. Milton A. Friedman, Robert Krcntzman. Sol Schwartz. Hvman Sootin and Nat Zalka. We know that under this administration we shall "Grow From Strength to Strength." In Memorium following "Yahrzeiten" names are inscribed in our nl Life" anil whose YahrOCClir this coming week mentioned from the pulpit the services Friday night: Leah, mother of Sidney and Meyer Rauzin; Eliyhou, brother oi Mrs. David Mayer. Sisterhood Meeting A regular meeting of Beth David Sisterhood will be held Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 16 at 2 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. Members and friends are requested to attend. RECOMMENDED On this page will appear the advertisements of a group of "above the average" firms and individuals whose product or service has proven Reliability 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. The whose "Book zeiten will be during Molka r V PHONE ~^-m r T Z-3I5I &f INSURANCE HP SEYBOLD TCK BuiLDir,G Tidbits from Everywhere ISTRICTiy COflflDfflllflLi CATHOLIC VOICE We feel a deep sense of revulsion against the cruel indignities heaped upon the Jews in conquered countries and upon defenseless people not of our faith. "We raise our voice in protest against despotic tyrants who have lost all sense of humanity by condemning thousands of innocent persons to death in subjugated countries as acts of reprisal, by placing other thousands of innocent victims in concentration camps and by permitting unnumbered persons to die of I starvation."—Statement on Victory and Peace by the Catholic archbishops and bishops of the United States. By PHINEAS J. BIRON j U %  i (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4t interesting address on "The Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Domain" before the l Scripta Mathematics Forum this i week, knows about such things,! for he has some amazing mathe-1 matical inventions to his credit. | Until war conditions forced him to leave his native France, where his family has been prominent for generations, Prof. Hadamard was one of that country's most 'esteemed mathematicians, a member of the French Academy of Science, etc. ... 78 years of age, he has been living in semi-retirement for quite some time now Old-timers, however. may remember that back in the '9U's he was one of the organizers of the Dreyfus defense—and that not only because of his natural desire to fight anti-Semitism, but because he was in a position to know that Dreyfus was innocent of the charge brought against him For Hadamard knew Captain Dreyfus very well indeed, since the captain's wife was the mathematician's sister. 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His son Emanuel. a student at Harvard,! has the male lead in the Univerj sity's production of the play, •Mashenka," and critics have hailed him as a genuine discovery .. Kurt Weill and Ira GershI win are having conferences concerning a new operetta, for which Weill will write the music and' Gershwin the lyrics Otto Preminger, top-notch stage and screen director, is very much in demand as an actor He— whom his teacher, Max Reinhardt, used to call a "softie"— has been typed to play ferocious (Jestapo parts ... An operetta about General Mikhailovich and his Chetniks is in the making. with Sigmund Romberg doing the score Paul Muni is doing funeral Chapel' '2001 W. FLAOLER ST. AMBULANCE A OCCA SERVICE 3-/004 quite well on Broadway with his revival of "Counsellor-atLaw," but Hollywood is already trying to lure him back for a role in a film to be called "Soldiers Never Die," which will deal with the Russian scene. ABOUT PEOPLE That official position for Bernard M. 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