The Jewish Floridian

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

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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University of Florida
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Army-Navy Committee Will
Study Recreational Needs
Sunday morning at the Y. M. ican Red Cross under whose di-
H A at 10 o'clock a meeting of rection the effort is being mad.-.
^ .r MHmi Armv & Navv Sam Blank. chairman of the
^Greater Miami Army & myj ^^ Miam. A
Committee, together with heads mjttee has madc truck/avai|.
of Great(.r Miami Jewish organi- able for the pkking q{
ations will discuss ways and contributions. Anyone having any
means to gather the remainder of of the jtems ,isted Mov/ ls askt,^
necessary items and equipment to contact the Greater Mjaml
required for the furnishing of 25 Army and Navy CommiUco Na.
recreation rooms for Service Men tiona, Jewish Wt.lfarc B()ard at
,n the Greater Miami Military th(1 Miami warvhuusi.. Y M H
areas. Equipment already gath- A s w 5th gt at J6th A
ered is the result of the present George Wolpert, phone 3-4132,
drive sponsored as a project of Maurice Grossman, phone 3-4012.
ihe Army and Navy Committee or Miamj Bt,ach warehouso 630K
under the chairmanship of George Lincoin Center Arcade, Lincoln
_MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942
Wolpert.
Mr. Wolpert has as his co-
chairman on Miami Beach. Jo-
seph A. Berman and assisting
them in this project are Mrs Ida
Optner. Mrs. Joseph Schaffcr,
Road, Joe Berman,
The requirements for 25 re-
creation rooms in Greater Miami
are: 1 piano, 15 ping pong tables,
15 ping pong sets, 30 dart games,
50 decks of playing cards. 5 pool
Mrs. Sam Silver, Mrs. Monte Se- tables, 25 used sofas, 32 used ov-
hg, Mrs. Murry Koven, Nathan crstuffed chairs, 1500 books fic-
Rothberg, Morris Klass, Maunce tion only, 500 packets of flower
Grossman, and Dr. Jacob H. seeds suitable for growth in this
Kaplan. area, 100 flower pots, 15 rugs
It has been deemed expedient 9x12 feet or larger, 25 throw-
to obtain all the necessary items rugs, 25 smoking stands. 250 glass
by January 1st. as the need for or metal ash trays, 200 tubes of
the furnishing of these recreation tooth paste, 200 packages of razor
rooms for the service men has blades. 100 tooth brushes, 100
been termed urgent by the Amer- tubes of shaving cream.
UNDTABLETR10
RETUHN TO Mill
IFIERSTnTtTOUR
JEWISH WAR VETS ELECT
OFFICERS TUESDAY EVENING
The Miami Round Table Trio,
including Fr. Florence Sullivan,
from Gesu Catholic Church. Rev.
Roger Squire of Rader Memorial
Methodist Church, and Rabbi Col-
nan A. Zwitman, from Temple
Israel, have just returned from :.
trip to Tampa and St. Petersburg.
Florida.
The trio spoke on the assembly
programs at Hillsborough and
Plant high schools in Tampa.
They also spoke at the lunch-
eon meeting of the Rotary Club
of Tampa, and guests at the meet-
ing included the executive offi-
cers of the other civic clubs of
Tampa, among the two hundred
>nd fifty persons present.
The following day they spoke
before the Civitan Club of St.
Petersburg.
The Trio was introduced by
Mrs. Barbara Southern, executive
secretary for the state of Florida
or the National Conference of
Christians and Jews.
The National Conference has
Round Tables in the leading cities
' the United States and Donald
Nelson considers this work essen-
tiol u. ttu. war effort.
The tri]) was one of several
made by the Trio and there will
* others to follow after the first
'the year to other leading towns
m the state.
The Freda Markowitz Post of
the Jewish War Veterans elected
officers Tuesday evening before
I a large turnout of members.
Mam d eommander of the post
'was Philip M. Levi, active in the
organization since its inception.
Other officers named were Max
Samuels, senior vice-commander;
! Mortimer P. Frank, junior viee-
I commander: Joseph Rosenstock,
'adjutant; Frank Kline, quarter-
master; George Bloomberg, judge
i advocate: Jack Greene and Mrs.
1 Betty Levi. trustees. Chaplain
J for the group is Rabbi Moses
I Mescheloff. Appointments for
! the coming year will be an-
i nounced shortly. Mr. Levi stated.
; J. William Baros has been named
1 as head of tho installation com-
i mitt.-e and lias announced plans
for an elaborate affair on Jan. 24
at the Beth David Talmud Torah.
"EMBER SUGGESTS POLISH
JEWS BE SENT TO SWEDEN
London(WNS) Robert Soren-
**< laborite member of Parlia-
"*nt, proposed this week that
" United Nations take action to
^"e the remaining Jews in
" "'-occupied Poland by send-
N them temporarily to Sweden
Allied auspices.
KING CHRISTIAN SAYS WILL
OPPOSE ANTI-JEWISH LAWS
Geneva (WNS)-King Christ-
ian X of Denmark assured a
delegation of leading Danish
Jews this week that he is as
firmly opposed as ever to the in-
troduction in Denmark of the
Nazi-styled anti-Jewish lavss.
it was reported here on good au-
thority.
The Danish monarch, who last
year threatened to abdicate his
Throne if the Nans carried ou
their threat to enforce the an
iewsh regulations in his country
was reported to have told the
Jewish leaders that he woud d
all in his power to proteche
Jewish community from Nazi |
%Sg^rUtiaience wi?
IfflATStfC of the;
the Jewisn y r fa subject
1
AT GABLES PLANT;
PRICE 10 CENTS
Tropical Park, the home of the
Gables Racing Association, will
open its second annual Winter
meeting of World War II and the
1942-1943 Florida horse racing
season at 2 o'clock next Monday,
Dec. 21. Despite wartime trans-
portation reductions, optimism is
high in the Metropolitan Miami
which now boasts its largest ci-
vilian population in history, that
patrons will "group" their trans-
portation facilities and give the
Gables racing plant a worthy-
gathering daily.
With post time set at 2 p. m.
daily, the first eight-race progra.m
Monday will be highlighted by
the two annual features, the $2,-
000 Inaugural Handicap for 3-
year-olds and upwards at six fur-
longs, and the South Miami $1,000
Purse for 2-year-olds at six fur-
longs. Both events are assured
of well-filled fields as the Trop-
ical stables boast a roster of the
best horses ever to be quartered
at the Gables plant.
The opening day card also lists
four other sprint events as well
as one race at a mile and 70
yards and another at a mile and
one sixteenth. With the mile
racing strip in outstanding condi-
tion, the entire plant renovate:!
and redecorated and offering pat-
rons many attractive features, H.
L. Strauss, president, predicted a
successful meeting "that will be
in keeping with existing war con-
ditions and aid the state in its
much needed racing tax as well as
provide the civilian population
with valuable relaxation and di-
version from war tension."
As Tropical Park completes
the finishing touches for its op-
ening, the "official family" head-
ed by Mr. Strauss is intact. This
will find Gerald Brady as direc-
tor of racing: Francis P. Dunne.
Samuel C. Nichols and A. J.
Cleary as stewards, the latter rep-
resenting the State Racing Com-
mission: Robert S. Shelley, rac-
ing secretary: James P. Ross. jr..
entry clerk and clerk of scales:
Albert H. Nun, Thomas Steele
and William R. Dehlstrom, jud-
ges: George Head. T. J. Brown.
patrol judges; George R. "Buddy
Wingfield. starter; John Keegan.
track superintendent; A. H. Nun.
timer; Robert Hart, mutuels di-
rector; and Harry C. Collins, gen-
eral superintendent.
A check of the jockeys' quar-
ters also assures patrons a con-
tingent of the nation's top riders
headed by the country's leading
booter of the year. Johnny Ad-
ams Admissions of SI grandstand
and $2.25 clubhouse remain the
same as last year.
The word at Tropical Park is
"complete readiness" for the first
call to the post Monday and
They're Off!"
RATION^C^RDS^IirFRANCE
WILL BE MARKED "JEWS"
Stockholm (WNS)-The ra-
tions cards of all Jews through-
out France will be stamped with
the word 'Jew' it was announced
this week by the Nazi-controlled
Paris radio. Earlier, it was an-
nounced that special "Jewish
Jass-ports" would be introduced j
for the Jewish population.
Interesting Tax Figures For
Donors to Charitable Causes
Preparing for the 1943 cam-
paign, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation has just completed a
study of the effect that taxation
will have this year on giving to
charitable causes. After consult-
ing with a leading accounting
firm of Greater Miami the Fed-
eration office has issued a report
to its larger contributors giving
the effects of the new tax law
recently passed by congress on
their charitable contributions.
In the opinion of Federation
the new tax law will stimulate
contributors to give more gener-
ously to welfare agencies. There
is no basic change in the 1942 tax
law concerning deductions for al-
lowable contributions. An indi-
vidual is allowed to deduct the
amount given by him, but in no
instance is more than 15% of his
net income, and a corporation
may deduct not more than 5% of
its net income. In order for
Total
Net Contributions
Income Allowable
$ 10,000.00 $ 1,500.00
15,000.00 2,250.00
20.000.00 3,000.00
25.000.00 3,750.00
50,000.00 7,500.00
70,000.00 10,500.00
100,000.00 15,000.00
these contributions to be deduct-
ed by a cash basis taxpayer they
must be actually paid, not mere-
ly pledged.
It was pointed out that con-
tributions to Federation are rec-
ognized by the Treasury Depart-
ment as deductible.
The following table has been
released to the larger contribut-
ors of Federation showing the net
reduction in taxes for the head
of a family with two dependents
for allowable contributions of
15% of income.
The 1942 corporation rates start
at 25% and there are some cor-
porations, because of certain fac-
tors of capitalization and past
earnings, that will be taxed as
high at 907c. These corporations-
can make gifts to welfare work
up to 5% of their net income and
their gift will cost them actually
only 107o of the total gift.
Tax Reduced Net Cost
by of
Contribution Contribution
$ 445.00 $1,055.00
891.50 1,358.50
1,446.00 1,554.00
2,076.00 1,674.00
5,107.00 2,393.00
7,803.00 2,697.00
12,312.00 2,688.00
ZIONIST DISTRICT MEETS,
AND ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Nathan Adelman was chosen
to head the Greater Miami Zi-
onist District for thi coming year
at a meeting of the oiganization
held Wednesday. Other officers
elected to serve with him were
Louis Heiman and Louis Gordon,
vice-presidents: Maurice Gross-
man, secretary, and Joseph I.
Lipton. treasurer.
Mrs. Louis Heiman, former
head of the group, was selected
as the organization's representa-
tive to the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Addressing the
unusually large Zionist gathering
were Jake Felt, former president
of the Southeastern Region of the
ZOA, and Adalbert Freedman. ex-
ecutive secretary for the region.
Reports were rendered by retiring
president and treasurer showing
an increase of membership in the
past year from 112 to 132 mem-
bers "with 44 new names added
to the roster. Musical selections
by Miss Ruth Brotman accom-
panied by Miss Anyuta Melicov,
completed the evening's program.
SUICIDES SAID INCREASING
AMONG NETHERLAND JEWS
London (WNS-Aneta)Sever-
al suicides among Netherlands
Jews scheduled for deportation
by the Germans to eastern Eu-
rope were reported here this
week.
The Joodsche Weekblab of
November 6. Nazi-controlled or-
gan of the Jewish community,
contained several announce-
ments of "sudden deaths -usual-
ly indicating suicidesincluding
a 58 year-old-woman and her 37
year-old daughter, a man of 40
and his 13 year-old-son.
One 74-year-old-woman was
said to have died in the Wester-
bork concentration camp in
Drente Province, where Jews are
assembled for transportation to
the East.
EDUCATION PLANS
FOR MIAMI JEWRY
Greater Miami Jewry in reor-
ganizing its Jewish Education
program, has created the Jewish
Education Association, replacing
the former set-up as the Associat-
ed Talmud Torah System. A
board of directors was selected to
aid in developing this new pro-
gram. Members of the board are
Daniel M. Broad, Rabbi Samuel
Bension. Samuel Broocks, George
Chertkof. Emanuel Gordon, Mau-
rice Grossman, Isaac Joffe, Rabbi
Jacob H. Kaplan, Morris Klass.
Robert Krentzman. I. Levine.
Rabbi M. Mescheloff. Benjamin
Myers. Samuel Rosenblum. N. A.
Rossman. Rabbi Max Shapiro,
Max R. Silver. Harry Simonhotf.
J. S. Shapoff. H. Sootin, John C.
Temple, Harold Turk. Milton
Weiner, David Wilner. Louis Zei-
entz. Rabbi Colman Zwitman,
Herman M. Berk. Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein, Mrs. Morris Plant, Mrs.
Henry Seitlin, and Mrs. Milton
Sir kin.
The officers, elected at a re-
'cent meeting, are Louis Heiman.
president; Dr. M. J. Safra, vice
president: Louis A. Mechlowitz,
secretary, and Mrs. Mathilda Rat-
ner. treasurer. The new execu-
tive director of the association is
Benjamin L. Winfield. and the
office will be located at 1220 Con-
gress Building.
Last Monday night, officials of
' the group appeared before the
Budget Committee of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation in
the interests of the 1943 budget
to provide for education of child-
ren in various branch Hebrew
I schools throughout the city.
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PAGE TWO
rJewisfi fhrMkui
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, i942
Social

Personals
Clubs

Organizations
The Miami Chapter, Women's |
Division American Jewish Con-j
gross, announces the postpone-!
inent of its annual Victory Donor
Luncheon until later in the sea-
son. The date of the affair, cul- |
minating in the award of War
Bonds, will be announced later.

Mr. I. Rosengarten announces
the marriage of his daughter Mae.
to Mr. Hyram D. Cohen of Prov- .
idence. R. I. The ceremony took
plan in Jacksonville Dec. 11th. I
with Rabbi Morris Margolis offi- I
ciating. The couple will reside
111 Miami.

Samuel Rinzler. a resident of I
Miami for six years, residing at I
1520 S. W. 5th St.. passed away [
last Thursday. Dec. 10. at the
Mount Sinai Hospital. New York.
Services were held Friday in
Passaic, N J. Surviving him
are a daughter. Mrs. Leon Kap-
lan, residing in Miami, and two
daughters. Lillian and Ruth J-.ee
and one son Harry, all of Pas-
saiC, He was an active board
member of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation.

Chaplain Camillus Angel, sta-
tioned with the Army Air Force
at Miami Beach, will be guest
speaker on the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association Radio
Hour over Station WIOD. Sun-
day afternoon at 4:30.

The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
conduct a Bridge Party at the
BlkS Club. Alton Road and 7th
St.. Miami Beach. Monday, De-
cember 21. at 1:30 p. m. Tickets
are on sale at the synagogue of-
fice and through the officers.
LT. AND MRS. SEYMOUR M. MILLER. U. S. A.
Since the marriage of Miss Rhoda Apter and Lt. Seymour M.
Miller. U. S. A. medical corps, in New York, Oct. 25, they are
living at Blackstone, Va., near Camp Pickett, where he is sta-
tioned. Lt. Miller's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller,
1919 S. W. 17th St. The former Miss Apter is known to many
Miamians who met her when she was a guest at the Miller home.
FRENCH TRAVEL BUREAU
EXPERT
20 months similar Job New York,
customers relations, formerly run-
ning pensions French Riviera, de-
sires Job as cashier, bookkeeper,
assistant manager, etc.. in hotel
or store. Excellent references.
Accept MODEST salary.
Bachmcmn Office ior Leo T.
507 Fifth Ave..
New York City
Mr. Max Rappaport has re-
turned to the city after visiting
with his children in New York
and Washington for six weeks.

Madame Nufthala Brotman was
entertained last week, on Monday
at a dinner party tendered by
her nephew, Dr. Dave Melinson
of Philadelphia, and at a lunch-
eon party Tuesday given by Mrs.
A. Klein of Cleveland and Miami
Beach. Mrs. Brotman is spend-
ing the winter with her daughter.
Miss Ruth Brotman. at Mimni
Beach.

Mrs. Charles Adelman is in the
city as the guest of her in-laws.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman.'
Mrs. Adelman came here from
Savanrah to attend the wedding
of her sister-in-law. Miss Marcie
Adelman. and will be joined
shortly by her husband.
iv^a;
Mr. Harry Segal, Miami attor-
ney, returned last week from New
York where he attended the
convention of the Commercial
Law League.

The Spinoza Forum meets this
Saturday afternoon, 2 to 5:30,
under the canopy on the lawn of
the Home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. Reuben S. Levins, of New
York, will review "The Last
Train From Berlin," by Howard
K. Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Levine are
announcing the birth of a son at
Victoria Hospital. The brith,
with Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiat-
ing, took place Sunday. The Le-
vines live at 1396 S. W. 21st Ter.

Mrs. George Wolpert left
Thursday for Athens, Ga.. to visit
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Brooks. She will return in two
weeks.
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THE GA ROE N OF MEMORIES
mourn iubo
FLORIDA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES
West Flagler Street at 53rd Avenue
ONLY TEN MINUTES FROM THE HEART OF MIAMI
IN JUDGING A CEMETERY
. ASK THESE QUESTIONS:
How Convenient Is It?
Mount Nebo is only 10 minutes from youi
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?
Or do people have to climb over graves to
reach their plots? Every private plot in
Mount Nebo fronts on a three foot path.
Mount Nebo is beautifully landscaped; the
grass is kept fresh with automatic lawn
sprinklers. You could make no finer
choice for your family.
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Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132
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THEATRE
S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE.
OPEN AT 1:45

Fri. and Matinee Only Sat.
December 18-19
"Counter
Espionage"
WITH
WARREN WILLIAM
as "The Lone Wolf"
EXTRA
RED SKELTON
IN
"Broadway Buckaroo"

Starts Sat at 4:30 p. m. and
Sun. Thru Wed. Dec. 19-2S..,
RITAflAYWQRTH
FRED ASTAIRE
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LOVELIER*'
WITH
Xavier Cugat and His Band
Robert Benchley
The Beth Jacob Sisterhood will
sponsor a Mah Jongg and card
party for the benefit of its be-
nevolent activities at the Elks
Club. 720 West Ave.. Miami
Beach Monday afternoon, De-
cember 21st, at 1:30. Mrs. Ben-
jamin H. London, Sisterhood
president, is in charge of arrange-
ments, and announces that Mrs.
Albert Rakoff will chairman the
affair, assisted by Mrs. Moses
Kreiger, Mrs. Maurice Mamches,
Mrs. Moses Mcscheloff, Mrs. Paul-
ine Grundwerg, Mrs. Harry Ge-
net. Mrs. Anna Berow, and Mrs.
Lillian Gottesman.

Sunday afternoon at the Beth
Jacob Service Men's Club, a par-
ty was tendered to the command-
ing officers and members of the
Royal Air Force who comprise an
overseas unit which happened to
be passing through Miami. The
clubhouse was attractively deco-
rated. Greetings were extended
to the assembled group by Rabbi
Moses Mescheloff. An interesting
program was presented featuring
Miss Mary Jean Fannin. soprano;
Miss Shirley Ross, pianist; Miss
Marie Ross, singer of popular
songs; Elmer Timmen. accord-
ionist; Pvt. Alec Gregory and
Pvt. Thomas Fleming. The unit's
commanding officer. Flight Lieu-
tenant S. H. Paget, greeted the
boys. Miss Beatrice Kalstein was
in charge of the arrangements for
the party. Hostesses for the af-
ternoon were Mrs. S. Adler of For-
est Hills. N. Y.; Mrs. Wm. Siegel.
Mrs. P. Poliakoff. Mrs. M. Saal.
Mrs. M. B. Frank. Mrs. F. Kal-
stein, Mrs. L. Kimmel. Mrs. A.
Rothman, Mrs. A. Schaffron. Mrs.
B. Fox, Mrs. S. M. Grundwerg.
Mrs. D. Kleinberg. Mrs. D. Whit-
man, and Miss Katy Whitman.
They were assisted by Mr. Max
Feit. The junior hostesses in-
cluded a number of the girls who
are most active at the service
men's club throughout each week.
Jean Gadon, wife of Louis Ga-
don of Beth David Congregation
has just returned from Camp
Blanding where she was sworn in
as a member of the WAAC.
New York (WNS)Forecasting
a better world in which all peo.
pies will have the "blessings of
liberty," Wendell L. Willkie call-
ed upon the Jewish people this
week to "keep the lights burning
in the temples" throughout the
world. Mr. Willkie spoke at a
dinner commemorating the 100th
anniversary of the Congregation
Rodeph Sholom in this city.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
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FRIDAY
DECEMBER 18, 1942
" i ./* i*'
+Jewist FhrkRam
MARCHING MEN
THE HONOR ROLL OF GREATER MIAMI
_.. ky feature Is prepared
,k nublic- relations committee of
5 Greater Miami Army and Navy
I1' rr,. of the National Jewish
CoBuni"'., r() xhe committee In-
''"'w'lham 1. Boxerman. chalr-
tif Iin Bronston. Fred K.
S^'h-t J 'I PW>' Weltzman.
*^ntrlbutlons to this column are
,1L nartk-ularly In the form of
ssrA nere ,ro,!, ?rettter
Siiml b..y now In the service.)
Jerrr Levine. Miami Beach high
school graduate, who attended
lhe University of Florida for a
vear and a half, was sworn in as
jn aviation cadet, December 7
For the past year he had been
employed by the Wright Airplane
Co. at Paterson, N. J. Abraham
L Winer was promoted to the
rank of corporal after serving on-
ly six weeks at the general hos-
pital at Camp Livingston, La.
Letter J. Rose has been promoted
to the rank of second lieutenant
in the army air forces at Wend-
over Field. Utah ... He entered
lhe service at Fort Benning, Ga.,
on Fi'bruary 1, 1940.
Arthur M. Kahn, who was in-
ducted into the army in April,
1941, has now been promoted to
the rank of second lieutenant .
Lt. Kahn is a signal corps officer
and is stationed at Langley Field,
Virginia.
All members of the Great-
er Miami Army and Navy
Committee are urged to at-
tend a meeting this Sunday
morning, December 20, at
10:30 in the Y.M.H.A. .
There are a number of im-
portant decisions tq be
made in which the advice
and counsel of all se.rving
on the committee are need-
ed. The meeting should be
short and if everyone comes
on time, we will be able to
adjourn well before noon.
CANTOR BEGINS HIS EIGHTH
YEAR OF WEEKLY FORUMS
Rev, Maurice Mamches will op-
en his eighth year of late Friday
night Forums at Beth Jacob Syn-
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Arab anti-Semitic newspapers
and magazines in Algeria and
Morocco have been suspended
and their pro-Axis, Jew-baiting
editors arrested in compliance
with orders from Lt.-Gen. Dwight
D. Eisenhower, American com-
manding officer in North Africa,
according to information re-
ceived here.
The most influential and most-
ly violently anti-Semitic news-
paper in North Africa, The Al-
giers Echo, has been taken over
by a democratic group of journ-
alists headed by a French Jewish
newspaperman. The suspension
of the anti-Jewish press chokes
off the last remaining source of
Axis propaganda in Morocco and
Algeria.
The closing of the pro-Axis,
anti-Semitic newspapers was re-
garded as a good omen by liberal
circles here since it had been re-
ported earlier than the anti-Sem-
itic press had the protection of
Admiral Jean Darlan. the self-
named Chief of State in French
North Africa. Admiral Darlan
was reported to be delaying Gen-
eral Eisenhower's instructions
for the suspension of the anti-
Jewish press.
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
By HARRY SCHWARTZ
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agogue, Friday, December 18. at
8:30. He will lead in communal
singing.
All service men are cordially
invited to these services and
formation of a service men's choir
is being planned.
16TH SEASON CONCERT IS
WELL RECEIVED BY CROWD
The University of Miami sym-
phony subscribers flocked to Mi-
ami Senior High school Sunday
afternoon for the opening con-
cert of the orchestra's 16th sea-
son. The new conductor, music-
ianly Modeste Alloo, was given a
cheering ovation, such as the
symphony hall of Miami High
has seldom heard. The orchestra
was good and the Mendelssohn
Concerto in E Minor, in which
Sgt. Bela Urbanowsky, of the Mi-
ami Beach soldier contingent, so-
loed, wove its usual spell over
the listeners. Sgt. Urounowsky
is one of the most promising
young violinists of this war gen
erationan expert musician with
a fine, delicate singing tone.
Alloo in his debut concert re-
vealed himself as a fine and sen-
sitive conductor of classical mu-
sic0ne who uses no showman-
ship, but exerts his personality
simply as a filter through which
to interpret the masters as they
would want to be interpreted.
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With a Bang
Amidst a setting of royal palms
and an azure blue sky. the Y. M.
H. A. held its annual dance at
the Coral Gables Country Club
on Thursday night, December 10.
A goodly crowd attended and
voted this affair the best of its
kind ever held by the "Y." Al
Berkowitz. chairman of the dance
committee, and his co-workers,
did a splendid job in making this
affair so outstanding and digni-
fied. Our president, Phil Berk-
owitz. sold the most tickets, and
Leo Ackerman. chairman of the
board, was runner-up.
Miami Service League Holds
Send-Off Party for Draftees
On Tuesday morning of this
week at 7 o'clock, a committee of
the Miami Service League acted
as hosts for a party of draftees
who were leaving for Camp
Blanding, in front of the Seybold
Arcade. Gifts of candy, cigar-
ettes and chewing gum were giv-
en to the boys. They were
cheered and they left for camp
with their hearts full of joy and
an understanding that they are
not the "forgotten men." The
committee included Mrs. Anne
Koven, Mrs. Elsie Getzug, Mrs.
Lillian Friedman, Mrs. Mollie
Kaufman, Mrs. Mildred Weissel,
Mrs. Juliet Stone, and Maurice
Grossman.
Cub Troop Meeting in January
At the request of A. S. Mac-
Farlane, Scout Executive of Dade
County, the initial meeting of the
parents of the proposed candi-
dates of the Cub Troop will bo
held at the "Y" after January 8.
Because of the pressure of busi-
ness, Mr. MacFarlane has re-
quested this postponement. No-
tices will be sent to each person
of the exact date.
Home Camp Reunion
The annual winter reunion of
the children of the Home Camp
will be held at the "Y" on Wed-
nesday. December 30. It is
' planned to have an entire day
I given over to the children for
j festivities. It will be a regular
I camp session. Luncheon will be
! served and all the counsellors and
| instructors will be in attendance.
! More details will be given in the
next issue of these columns.
Squadron Dance
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21, at 8 o'clock, the Miami Ser-
I vice League will be hosts at a
[ Squadron Dance at the "Y" te
members of the Bell Haven Com-
, bat Troop No. 104. Lieutenant
Carrier will be in charge. A
W.P.A. orchestra will furnish mu-
sic for the occasion. Victory Belles
: arc requested to attend.
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942
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Entered as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930, at
the Post Office of Miami, Florida, under
the Act of March 3, 1879
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1942
TEBETH 10, 5703
VOLUME 15 NUMBER 50
JOINT ACTION
Simultaneous meetings of American, British
and Russian diplomats in Washington and
and London lead experienced observers in
these world capitals to believe that the United
Nations will soon issue a joint statement pro-
testing the Nazi mass slaughter of lews in oc-
cupied Europe and including some counter-
measures in an attempt to stop Hitler's incred-
ible extermination program. While the big
three powers met in one series of conferences,
the foreign ministers of all exiled Governments
in London held their own meeting to discuss
adeguate measures necessary to keep Hitler
from carrying out his threat to wipe out the
Jewish population of Europe.
It is to be sincerely hoped that the joint
statement of the United States, Great Britain
and Soviet Russia will include a blunt warning
to Hitler and his Axis cohorts that the United
Nations will track down and punish every in-
dividual and every group in any way connect-
ed with the systematic slaughter of the Jewish
people. It must be made unmistakeably clear
that harsh punishment will be meted out not
only to those Nazi higher-ups who conceived
this horrible scheme but also to every petty
Gestapo thug and Quisling who assists in the
program of looting, rape and murder.
Various proposals have been advanced to
stop the mass slaughter. It has been suggest-
ed that German nationals in Allied hands be
held as hostages; that Allied bombers blast
Nazi cities off the face of the earth in reprisal
for the ruthless killing oi Jews; that a commiss-
ion be established to collect evidence of known
Nazi criminals for post-war punishment; that
Germany be showered with leaflets warning
the population of stern post-war punishment
for persons participating in the anti-Jewish
massacres.
It is up to the responsible officials of the
United Nations to decide what steps must be
taken to stop Hitler. It cannot be stressed too
strongly or too often, however, that the time
for action is now. Tomorrow or next week
may be too late.
AN UNHOLY ALLIANCE
The War Department's announcement of
the formation of a 'Free Austrian Legion' was
followed by some political acrobatics, the likes
of which had not been seen in Washington for
a long time. Archduke Otto, pretender to the
Austro-Hungarian Empire, immediately at-
tempted to claim the credit for the establish-
ment of the Legion and issued broad hints that
War Secretary Stimson had given him author-
ity to organize the anti-Nazi battalion which
will fight as a unit under the American flag.
To date, the War Department has failed to
clarify the situation.
It appears incomprehensible that the Amer-
ican Government, should give sanction, if only
tacitly, to the political maneuvers and wiles
of the Archduke, whose sole interest in the
war is the restoration of the Hapsburg dynasty.
Otto's aspirations not only have nothing in
common with the principles espoused in the
Atlantic Charter but are actually opposed to
them. Permitting the refugee Archduke to
capture control of the Austrian Legion would
cost us many staunch anti-Nazi fighters among
liberal Austrians, Czechs, Croats.Slovenes,
Yugoslavs and Poles.
Strange, too, is the position of Rep. Sol
Bloom, who, in a wire to a German refugee
newspaper in New York, applauded the forma-
tion of the Austrian Legion. Surely, Mr. Bloom
did not mean to associate himself with the
monarchist aspirations of the Archduke Otto.
It cannot be that Mr. Bloom's concept of the
post-war world envisages the return of the
Hapsburg dynasty. The hundreds of thou-
sands of Jews in Austria, Hungary and sur-
rounding territories, as well as the masses of
peoples suffering under the Axis yoke, are
looking forward to freedom, peace, to the prin-
ciples of the Atlantic Chartercertainly not to
the return of the Archduke Otto.
Girls Wanted in Florida Jobs
Marcclle Ware, 20, former Birmingham, Ala., secretary, is one of
the girls learning to be an aircraft riveter at the Dade Vocational
School, Miami. She is shown above using an electric drill at the
Miami school, one of several Florida vocational schools training
war industry workers with free tuition to replace men called
into the armed services.
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
tftilctey eonpdenUai
-By PHINEAS I. BfflON-
C A P I T
A L L
By CHARLES BENSON
E T T E R
Some people have the mistaken present conditions. We are very ways result in the admission of
idea that refugees who try to.en- giad therefore to learn that steps aliens, for in some cases of en-
ter this country are prevented by
arbitrary, hard-hea
crats. The impress
as widespreadand
as the idea that refuge > i
permitted to come here indiscrim-L This is the procedure that the the contributions refugees can
inately without proper safe- board found too complicated; A make to our national life is plain
guards' against spies, saboteurs dossier accumulated by the State from this tribute:
and ordinary criminals. I Department on an applicant for a "Many persons admitted to
Recommended reading forlv,sa ls 'irsl examined by a "Pn- the United States under this pro-
those suffering from either delus-,marv Committee of representa- cedure have a high degree of
ion is the recently issued report\$Xf?. lromT ln,;,.btate Department, professional training. Others have
to President Roosevelt of the Military Intelligence, Naval In- useful skill and important tech-
Board of Appeals on Visa Cases., tlligence. Federal Bureau of In- nical knowledge. Thus the Unit-
Although the title does not prom-! vestigation and the Immigration ed States is admitting many peo-
Lse light reading, the style of the, Service. If this committee ap- ; plc who will be of distinct value
31-page document is an agree-
able surprise to anyone weary of
the legalisms usually found in
such papers.
The authors are Robert J.
Bulkey, former senator from
Ohio; Frederick P. Keppel. form-
er president of the Carnegie Cor-
poration, and Dean F. D. G. Rib-
ble of the University of Virginia
proves, the application goes to in our national life. Often these
the Secretary of State. If it dis- can contribute directly and im-
approves, or if the application mediately to the well-being of
comes from an enemy alien, the the nation. Illustrations are
case goes before a -Review Com- found in the cases of physicians
mittce of representatives of the now greatly needed, physicians
same organizations. This com- and chemists of proven ability,
mittce holds a hearing, complete mechanics and artisans and oth-
with witnesses, attorneys argu- Crs. Some nersnns artmittoH havn
attorney s argu- Crs. Some persons admitted have
% merits and all the trimmings. Its demonstrated artistic ability of a
Law School. President Roose- i decsion is subject to yet anoth- high order, others are scholars of
volt appointed these three gen- er. re-examination by the Board international reputation."
tlemen as a court of last appeal <" Appeals. That nQ narrow.minded suspic.
for aliens seeking permission to ismjU. wonder, then that the ion governs their decisions is am-
enter the U. S. They wentirePor' nas to say: "The Board piy proven by this clear-cut
to work last January 1, and the j shares regret of the Visa D vision stand:
report covers their initial ten !and the Committees for the very i ..Th Board finds it harrf months' effort. I considerable delay in the daring beU^ fhat neoole stxinned of
The first thing that struck this of applications." It bravely ad-. S possess ions bv the Naris
porter was the forthright con- nut?: "In case after case, after a; S^tg^SSftSLSL J3L "?
reporter
elusion of the document:
process
plications
complicated; we believe that the
individual steps in the long pro-
cess too often reflect traditions
or precedents carrying over from
a state of affairs very different
from that of today, and too sel-
dom indicate a realistic facing of
husband and K BK3T SS^J5*JS?S
pers could reach the board ." ." j ~ a^Them"
Ye despite the complications, \ might be purchasable, but if the
the three-man board has been i sponsorship is strong and gives
? ooPass on 6'.152 aPPhcations. evidence of being based on real
In 1,334 cases, it reversed the personal knowledge, it appears
finding of the Review Commit-j to regard this possibility as so
tee. These reversals did not al-1 remote as to be negligible."
COMMENT
You've no doubt noted that the proposed Austrian military
unit sanctioned by the U. S. War Department in answer to
Otto of Hapsburg's offer is encountering stormy weather .
And truly Richard Schuller, Max Reinhardt, Wolfgang Korn-
gold. Baron Louis Rothschild, Bruno Walter and Walter Gold-
schmid should have known better than to affix their signa-
tures to the call of Otto's "Military Committee for the Libera-
tion of Austria" After all. Otto hardly symbolizes the kind
of Austria the people of that unhappy country are entitled to
after all this bloodshed ... All of which reminds us that Stan-
ley Walker, the famous editor, has come out with the ironic
suggestion that the proposed Jewish Army should have an
Otto (H. Kahn) Battalion.
JOLSON REPORT
We interviewed Al Jolson the other day, and found him
looking better than ever ... In recent months he's been all
over the map, entertaining soldiers, and right now he's wait-
ing to go to Australia "I'm over fifty, and not longer
afraid," he grins "I've been in air raids and under artil-
lery fire, and I don't mind it" Al has a heart of gold .
After reading Pierre van Paassen's open letter, "T the Con-
science of America," in the New York Times recently, he im-
mediately made arrangements to have it published in a two-
page ad in Variety And did you notice the drawing Ar-
thur Szyk made for the Committee for a Jewish Army, show-
ing a soldier of the Jewish army-to-be carrying an old Jew, a
victim of Hitler's cruelty? Al is using it on his Christmas
card, to remind the Christian world that the Jew is still being
hounded mercilessly Jolson, you remember, was in Eng-
land during the High Holy Days this year, and the day be-
fore Yom Kippur a high English officer, asked him to visit a
hospital of 500 men, eight of them Jews ... So he went there,
and sang Kol Nidre to the patients in the inimitable Jolson
manner ... No man can be more unaffected that Jolson
In the middle of our conversation, while speaking of a song,
he suddenly said: "Let me sing it for you"and off he went,
giving us a million-dollar performance Al Jolson still is
tops And while he makes a lot of money, that isn't his
ambition at all "What I'd like," he says," would be to
get a private bomber and give a solo performance over Nur-
embergletting a high explosive bomb drop after every
stanza."
THIS AND THAT
Max Hailparn, a refugee who fled Naziland some years
ago, is feeling better now ... It seems that somehow or other
Hitler committed the faux pas of issuing a medal to him back
in 1933 or 1934 Not that Max hadn't earned the medal,
for it was awarded for service in the first world war But
he hadn't wanted to get it from the Fuehrer Well, that
medal is on its way back to Hitler nowfor Max has donated
it to the scrap pile that will send bullets to the Axis bullies .
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 6)
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FRIDAY.
DECEMBER 18, 1942
+Jewist Fhridian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship
avwmr.FXF'PNS at 6 'clock: Lat Services at 8:15 P. M.
iSH?EAoYS at 9:00 A-Mand 5:3p- m.
DAnvwlvWA111!?1 A' M" Reli3iou SchooL Monday-Thursday. 3:45
DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M.
CONG BETH DAVID
,,, w W Third Ae Miami
'V,IS HATMAN. Cantor
*HkAX SIIAMKO. Habbi
Residence Phone. .
Louis MarKUllea Reportinr
0E
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(GATES OK JUSTICE)
1.4* a W. Third Street
Miami. Florida,
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 K. K. 19th St. Ph. 2-774S
KAIII1I JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Habhl Emeritus
InJmn Creek Drie
Miami li.arh ph |.)205
HAIIItl CHLMAN A. ZWITMAN
4# lAtiorce Iirlce. Miami llearh
Phone 4-17SS
ctfvices will be conducted Fri-
JTvening by Rabbi Max Sha-
,ro Cantor Louis Hayman 88-
ed by the Beth David choir.
WGue"iC'poaker for the evening
ill be Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan,
I bbi Emeritus of Temple Israel,
K will discuss the subject "A
Sublime Question.
Immediately after the services
u and Mrs Chas. Abbott will
s^ve as hosts at a reception held
in the auditoriurn.
Sabbath Services
Junior services at 10:30. The
rabbi expounds the "Portion of
Uw" These services are con-
ducted by David Jacobs, Bernard
Dickson and Freddie Heineman.
A Kiddush is served to the child-
ren immediately after the ser-
vices. Adults are invited to at-
tend these services.
Sunday School
A very fine Chanukah playlet
spoken in Hebrew, was presented
la-st Sunday morning during the
assembly under the direction of
Louis Gadon.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten of
beloved ones whose names are
inscribed in our Book of Life
and whoso Yahrzeiten occur this
coming week, will be mentioned
from the pulpit Friday evening
during the services:
Avrohom. brother of J. Seigel;
Lora Kort, sister of Helen Panek.
Congregational
Late Friday evening services
with Rabbi Simon April lectur-
ing, will start at 8:30 p. m. Daily
services at 8:00 a. m. and 6:00 p.
m. Friday evening at 5:45 and
Saturday morning at 9:00. Min-
cha, Saturday at 5:00 followed
by Shalosh Sudas and Maariv.
Educational
Hebrew School daily at 3:45
and Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
on Sunday mornings.
Sisterhood
A regular meeting of the Sis-
terhood will be held Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp,
called by the president, Mrs. Ida
Buckstein.
The card party held last week
was so successful, financially and
socially, that another similar af-
fair has been scheduled for Sun-
day evening, December 27, at the
synagogue. Mrs. S. Smulin and
Mrs. H. Trager will serve as
hostesses.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
890 S. W. 17th Ae.. Miami, KM.
LEWIS QRBBN, Sexton
1441 S. W. Fifth Street
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
MIS BueUd Avenue, Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL HBNSION. Habbi
1T.S6 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 6-4781 or 6-4713
SHAARAYTEFILA
440 Hapanola Way Miami Heach
Services will be held Friday
and Saturday. Sholash 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 in Egypt.''
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.
"Palestine in Post War World"
will be the topic of Hyman Schul-
son. formerly director of the
Speakers' Bureau, of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, and
at present with the U. S. Army
at Miami Beach. Mr. Schulson
will speak at the services Friday
at 8 p. m. A reception in his
honor will be held in the Social
Hall at the conclusion of the ser-
vices. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf
and the Center choir will conduct
the services.
A special section will be re-
served until 8 p. m. for members
of Hadassah, the Zionist District
and Young Judea Clubs.
Social
The community social hour is
held regularly at 8 p. m. in the
Center Social Hall every Satur-
day night. There is no admission
charge and refreshments are
served. All are welcome.
This Saturday the following
ladies will act as hostesses: Mrs.
Daniel M. Broad, Mrs. Samuel
Goldstein, Mrs. Harry Kassin, and
Mrs. Lew Sims.
Center Annual Dinner
The Center Annual Dinner will
take place Sunday night, Febru-
ary 21st, in the Center Social
Hall and will be in the form of
a testimonial to Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Friedland, first vice
President of the Center.
Consecration of Holy Ark and
Siyam Hatorah
The Holy Ark and pulpit fur-
niture which was donated by
Samuel Friedland in memory of
His father, will be dedicated with
impressive ceremonies Sunday,
January 4th at 8
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1S0I South Andrews Avenue
Ft. uiuderaaie, i-'iorion
RAHIll SAMUEL HA1.KV1 BARON
70S s. E. th Street 1 h. m
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m. Sermon by rabbi.
Religious School Sunday at 1U
a. m. ,
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Service Men s Center
serving in the canteen.
Temple Emanu-cl is a Reform
Synagogue serving Hollywood.
Fort Lauderdale, and all oi
Broward county. Service men
and officers are welcome at all
times. ^___
of Mrs. K. Burns will take place.
The public generally is cordially
Invited to participate and organ-
izations are requested to take
these two dates of Sunday Janu-
ary 24th and Sunday, February
21st into consideration.
Young Judaea Club
The Youth of Zion Chapter of
Young Judaea will hold a gener-
al open meeting Monday, De-
cember 21st at 7:30 p. m. at the
Center Boys and girls between
STe ages of 13 and 16 are cor-
dially invited to become mem-
bers. ,
Thanks
Our thanks are due to Mrs
Marie Balaban for her generous
donation of a beautiful hand em-
broidered piece of tape try de
Sabbath Ere Services
Services Friday evening con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A.
Zwitman.
Mrs. Janette K. Jacobs an-
nounces the bar mitzvah celebra-
tion of her son Stuart, to be held
at the services Friday. A recep-
tion in honor of the bar mitzvah
will be tendered by his mother,
following the services.
Testimonial Dinner
Friday evening, December 25,
at 5:30 o'clock, tendered to Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan on the occasion
of his birthday. An outstanding
program will be presented at this
turkey buffet supper.
Temple Projects
Floral offerings for the pulpit
in memory of, or in honor of,
loved ones. Sisterhood chairman,
Mrs. Gordon Davis, 2-4451.
Inscription of the names of
departed on the bronze memor-
ial tablet in the Temple auditor-
ium, for eternal remembrance.
Harry Nevins, memorial plaque
chairman.
Acquisition of books for the
Temple Israel library, in memory
of or in honor of loved ones. Mrs.
Morris Plant, chairman, 2-0384.
Inscription of occasions of joy
or sorrow on the "Tree of Life."
Sisterhood Tree of Life chairman.
Mrs. Jack Bernstein, 2-5344.
Mrs. Bernstein reports the fol-
lowing on the "Tree of Life" in
the past few weeks: Mrs. Har-
old B. Spaet, in memory of her
father, William Solomon; Mrs.
Maxwell Hyman, in memory of
Louis Hyman; Mrs. Sidney Mey-
er, in memory of a friend; Mrs.
Dave Eichengreen, in memory of
Mrs. Sophie Isenbcrg; Mrs. Frank
A Perlman, in memory of her
sister, Mrs. Florence Kirstein;
Mrs. Chas. Greenfield, in honor
of the birthday anniversary of
Irving Greenfield, jr.; Mrs. Carl
J. Herman, in honor of the birth-
day anniversary of her sister,
Mrs. Blanche Rosendorf.
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: Cora Han-
nah Greenwood, mother of Mor-
ton Greenwood; Ignatz Wise.
father of A. M. Wise and Al Wise;
Louis Letaw, husband of Mrs.
Anne Letaw.
Yahrzeits: Julius Kahn. fath-
er of Albert Kahn; Isidore Co-
ret, father of Dr. Frank Corel;
Ida Spiro, mother of Mrs. H. u.
Feibelman; Leah Richter, mother
of Jos. A. Richter; Barney New-
man, husband of Mrs Hattic New-
man and father of Myron S. New-
man; Hannah Slote, mother of B.
W Slote; Celia Simons, sister ot
Harry V. Simons; Louis Louis
husband of Mrs. Rose Louis and
brother of Mrs. Leona Levin,
San Cohen, daughter of Mrs.
Emma Meyer and sister of Sidney
Meyer; Frederick Frank, father of
5b Samuel Merson; Pauline
Feldstein, sister of Mrs. Samuel
MKi offering last week was
presented in memory of Herman
Whitelaw.
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
781 41at Street, Miami Heach
Phone S.-K79S
S M MACHTKI. Habbi
1400 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami
Phone a-J57
Services
Daily services start at 8:30 a.
m. Saturday afternoon follow-
ing Mincha Mr. and Mrs. J. Press
will be hosts at Shalosh Sudas.
The singing of Zmiros will be led
by David Simon.
Bikur Cholim
A Bikur Cholim has been or-
ganized and M. Rifas, president
has appointed additional mem-
bers to the committee including
Mr. Sakowitz, Mr. Green, D.
Singer and himself. Anyone
knowing about the sickness of
our members are asked to con-
tact the above committee.
Condolences
Condolences are extended to
the family of the late Samuel
Rinzler, who passed vay last
week after a sudden illr;:ss. Mr.
Rinzler was the father of Mrs.
Leon Kaplan, wife of our board
member. A resolution of sym-
pathy was passed at our last
meeting and forwarded to the
family.
Sisterhood
Mrs. Goldie Mandell, president
of the Sisterhood, announces an
interesting meeting for next
Tuesday afternoon. Members are
asked to be present.
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street, Miami Heach
MOSE8 MESCHELOFF, Habbi
711 Lenox Avenue, Phone .". -1 y28
MAURICE MAMCHBS, Cantor
f.21 Lenox Ave. Ph. 5-7133
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same occasion the Siyum Hatorah : the Center oinct
Opening Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
open his sixth year of Friday
night forums this Friday at 8:00
p. m. Cantor Maurice Mamches
will lead in the communal sing-
ing. The opening theme will be
"The New Approach."
Sabbath Sermon
Rabbi Mescheloff will speak
Saturday morning on the subject:
"The Young Brother." Cantor
Mamches will chant the services.
A Junior service will be held in
the community building at 9
a. m.
Religious School
Awards were made to the fol-
lowing children during last Sun-
day's assembly: Shirley Brooks.
Harriet Malter. Rosalyn Werner.
Tamrah Mamches. Joyce Bruck-
ner was winner of the "V" pin.
Class Three presented a candle
drill and a skit: "The Flood.
Robert Goldman recited the po-
em. "Chanukah."
Daughters of Israel
The Daughters of Israel and
the men's division- will meet at
the synagogue Sunday at 3:00 p.
m The public is welcome.
Sisterhood Bridge
Our Sisterhood will conduct a
Sisterhood bridge at the Elks
Club, Alton Road and 7th Street,
Monday at 1:30 p. m. Tickets
may be had of any of the officers.
Service Club
Our service men are regaled
with special Shalosh S'oodoss re-
pasts every Saturday afternoon
through the efforts of Mrs. E.
Schaffron. They join the public
in the singing of the Sabbath
Zemirross. ,
The R. A. F. were guests Ol
the Beth Jacob Service Club
Sunday afternoon. Over a hund-
red men and officers were pres-
ent. Greetings were given by our
rabbi and some of the K. a. r.
officers. A musical program was
Sabbath Services
"The Feast of Teveth" will be
the subject of the sermon by
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, at the late
service. Mrs. S. L. Katz and Mrs.
I. C. Greenbcrg will be hostesses
at the social period to follow.
At the Sabbath service at 9 a.
m. Rabbi Machtei will preach on
"God's Temple"
Following the Minchah service
at 5 p. m. Rabbi Machtei will de-
liver a Yiddish discourse on "The
Neshomoh Yeseiroh." At the
Se'udah Shlishis, the hosts will
be Mr. and Mrs. Dan Trotsky.
Adult Classes
The Adult Class in Jewish Sci-
ence will meet at 11 a. m. Satur-
day. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will
discuss "The Power of Jay."
Service Men's Club
Men in the armed forces of the
United States are invited to all
Beth Sholom's activities. In ad-
dition to these, Beth Sholom has
equipped a reading room, writ-
ing room, and game room for the
use of our boys in uniform. A
committee is in attendance every
evening to make the boys wel-
come and to arrange for invita-
tions to the homes of the mem-
bers of Beth Sholom Center.
You Are Invited
Members of Beth Sholom Cen-
ter and their wives will be guests
of Alfred B. Rosenstein, presi-
dent of the Center, at a dinner
given by Mr. Rosenstein at 5:30
p. m. on Sunday, Dec. 20th. in
the Lincoln Room of Beth Sho-
lom Center. There will be cham-
ber music, entertainment and the
Beth Sholom spirit of a happy
family will prevail. Mr. Rosen-
stein's purpose in this dinner is
to bring together the old mem-
bers and the new ones, those who
are joining Beth Sholom Center
during its present membership
campaign.
Beth Sholom members who are
carrying about with them signed
application blanks which they
have not yet turned in. are
urged to turn them in to the
office at once, that their pros-
pective members may be invited
to the president's dinner.
Welcome Home
Beth Sholom Center welcomes
back two of its happy family un-
its of the board of directors of
the Center, and, together with
their wives, are well known in
Jewish communal work, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Basch, 4321 Post
avenue, and Mr. and Mrs David
Rott, 4265 Prairie avenue, Miami
Beach. Bo'achem LeSholom.
presented with Miss Beatrice
Kalstein serving as M. C.
English tea and refreshments
were served by a large commit-
tee of Service Club members and
hostesses.
Our Service Club extends invi-
tations to dozens of Jewish ser-
vice men to partake of the home
hospitality of our members each
week, and throughout the week.
Those wishing to invite service
men are asked to communicate
with our rabbi, or the officers of
our Service Club.
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* Jewish fkrklian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18.
V .
Tidbits from Everywhere
SIBICTiy COOflDulM
J BT phineas j. bihon
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4
The latest story of the genesis of
the Hitler mustache, incidental-
ly, has it that Adolf used to have
a mole on his upper lip, and, feel-
ing that it detracted from his
manly beauty, had it removed
only to find that the scar made
him look funnier than ever .
So he grew the foliage to camou-
flage the blemish Have you
seen the Jewish Family Alman-
ac? It's a most interesting
volume, revealing a number of
facts hitherto little knownsuch
as that the second-in-command to
Yugoslavia's C h e t n i k General
Mikhailovich is one Mika Levi,
who has turned out to be an out-
standing guerrilist.
ODD INDEED
Any justice of the peace is au-
thorized to perform a marriage
ceremony, but a member of the
United States Supreme Court
does not possess this authority.
Justice Felix Frankfurter had to
tell this to his friend Ruth Gor-
don, the Broadway and Holly-
wood star, when she asked him to
officiate at her marriage to Pri-
vate Garson Kanin, formerly one
of Hollywood's topflight direc-
tors and now of the U. S. Army.
Laugh of the week was enjoyed
by the readers of a New York
daily which announced that a ju-
bilee concert in honor of the 18th
birthday of the eminent pianist
Moriz Rosenthal will be held on
December 18th. and added that
the occasion will also mark the
55th anniversary of Mr. Rosen-
thal's New York debut ... As
YESHIVA CENTER
SW Michigan Aver, us
Miami Heach
The Yeshiva Educational Cen-
ter, located at 846 Michigan Ave.,
Miami Beach, conducts daily ser-
vices each week day at 8 a. m.
and Saturdays at 9. Evening ser-
vices at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on
Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J.
Shulman will address the gath-
ering.
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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
speedy recovery.
*
now, the concert will celebrate
the famous virtuoso's eightieth
birthday.
ENTERTAINMENT NOTES
"The Hangman," the forthcom-
Heym ^Lucille Prumbs, whoses
timely comedy. "I Take the High
Road." is scheduled for early j
Broadway production under the
aegis of Eddie Dowling. comes '
honestly by her literary gifts, for j
she is the daughter of Sarah B. '
Smith, the well-known novelist, |
whose serials in The Day have I
delighted a generation of read- |
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ond Broadway play Billy Rose
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ABOUT PEOPLE
In Washington they say that
Foreign Relief Director Herbert
ing Hollywood film that is based" TBu ReH ,Dir*or Herbert
on Edna St. Vincent Millay's po-! H;, ," d fr a tranS"
em on the Czech town of Lidice, A-tlan*lc trip early in 1943 .
has another distinguished name
attached to it For the author
With New York not building any
underground railways at the mo-
ot the screen play is none other "** suhwa.v builder Sam Ros-
Ihan Emil Ludwig, who for this Sf h'f gne, d?wn below tho Rio
occasion has abandoned his spe- ^rand<' and w tunneling
eial field, biography, to record throuh f m'\ Mexican mount-
ains lor the Pan-American Road
the death of a village An-
other picture that will deal with
the Czechoslovakian scene is
"Hostages," to be based on the
best selling novel by Stefan
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with Guatemala Ivy Low,
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to a Russian to launch an Amer-
ican ship" She also confesses
that she speaks Russian with a
terrible English accent ... We
hape that by the time you read
, this playwright Ossip Dymow
will be fully recovered from the
| illness that confines him to the
'hospital at this writing It's'
Private Melvyn Douglas now. I
The screen star enlisted just a j
few days before all such volun-j
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Military Trainee Hotels, the St.
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it will again serve the public for
the twelfth consecutive year start-
ing with dinner, Friday, Decem-
ber 25th.
The St. Regis, now undergoing
complete renovation and decora-
tion, is well and favorably known
to thousands of residents in
Greater Miami as well as seasonal
visitors who appreciate their cui-
sine of American Jewish food
prepared and served in a manner
which warrants the St. Regis in
using as their slogan, "Florida's
Finest American Jewish Dinner."
Located on Collins Avenue,
just off Fifth Street, the St.
Regis is easily accessible by bus,
jitney, taxi or other mode of
transportation, and once you have
dined at the St. Regis you will
return again and again.
The same Sherry Management,
headed by Louis Sherry, has per-
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Miami Beach, Florida, as well
as of their Fleischmann, N. Y..
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NAZI ATROCITIES
London (WNS)Adolph Hit-
ler has rejected a request made
by the Vatican that a representa-
tive of Pope Pius be permitted to
investigate at first hands the re-
ported Nazi slaughter of two mil-
lion Jews in Nazi-occupied
Europe, it was reported this week
by the London Daily Sketch.
Shocked by the reports of the
ruthless Nazi massacre of Jews
in Poland and elsewhere in oc-
cupied Europe, the Vatican was
reported to have approached Hit-
ler for permission to conduct its
own investigation of the charges.
Hitler was reported to have ad-
vised the Vatican that no investi-
gation would be permitted until
after the war.
Meanwhile, it was reported
from Sweden that Bishop Muel-
ler head of the Catholic Church
in that country, has designated
Sunday. Dec. 20, as a Catholic
day of prayer for the millions of
Jews doomed to extermination in
occupied Europe. Protestant
churches in Sweden have already
observed a prayer day for Jews
In a letter to Archbishop Er-
ling Eidem. head of the Swedish
State Church, Bishop Mueller
stated:
n.Lnnthe "ame of a11 Swedish
Catholics, I express our inner-
most and deepest sympathy with
all those who in our day are in-
nocently persecuted and indis-
criminately suppressed. It fills
our heart with bitter pain and
constant trembling to know that
2 T?9* wnich *"s and still
should be a Christian part of the
world, thousands of people are
persecuted, tormented, killed, or
are mercilessly driven from
home and homeland to be thrust
into exile and misery because of
race, or because they had de-
fended the freedom of their
country and their ancient rights
inherited from their forefathers."
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FRIDAY
DECEMBER 18. 1942
BEACH NOTES
TFWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OLIVE STREET
' IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
r and Mrs. Max Greenbcrg
Je as their guest, their son
SI George, visiting from Camp
U. Va. ______
ujss Pearl Kaner is the house
,m of her brother-in-law and
g Mr. and Mrs. Nathan But-
iowitz. She arrived from New
York. _______
wr and Mrs. I. Rottman have
a their guesta Mr. Rottman's
Musin, Dr. J. Rottman of Phila-
delphia-
Marcus Caplan has enlisted in
^ u. S. Marines.
"EAT
HOLSUM
BREAD"
Louis Leibovit, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Harry Leibovit, was accept-
ed as a member of the Tau Ep-
silon Phi Fraternity at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
| Mrs. O. P. Gruner and Mrs. Jo-
aiUia Schloss were hostesses at a
card party held last week at
Schwartzberg Hall for the bene-
fit of the Beth El Sisterhood
Pfc.
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Blanding.
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'COUNCIL WOMEN MOURN
DEATH OF AGED FOUNDER
The National Council of Jewish
Women records with deep sor-
row the passing, in her eighty-
| fifth year, of its honored and
^vered founder and first presi-
dent, Hannah Greenbaum Solo-
|". Chicago, 111. Gifted with
>. profound in her ability to
'' a on, blessed with strength and
Courage, she lived to see the full
realization of her dreams of a na-
tional organization of Jewish Wo-
men In 1893. Mrs. Solomon,
working almost alone at the
Parliament of Religions at the
World's Fair in Chicago, organ-
ized the National Council of Jew-
ish Women, the first national
Jewish women's organization in
America. Through the 4!) j
Of its existence tin- Council was
guided, developed and inspired
by Mrs Solomon's devotion and
wisdom. Her profound intellec-
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victions, her belief that women
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ANTI-JEWISH AGITATION IS
SPREAD IN TUNISIA BY NAZIS
Cairo (WNS)In a desperate
| attempt to win Arab support, the
| Nazis have intensified their anti-
Jewish agitation in Tunisia.
I The Nazi-controlled Tunis radio
charged this week that Tunisian
Jews had murdered 27 French
pro-Laval officers. The broad-
cast implied that an Allied vict-
ory would place the Jews in con-
trol of Tunisia and would en-
danger the lives of the Arab peo-
ple.
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all left deep impressions on the
life of women in America.
The National Council of Jewish
Women hereby rededicates to a
perpetuation of the ideals and
the principles advocated by its
founder, whose passing is
mourned by the National Board
of Directors and the sixty thou-
sand Council members through-
out the United States and Can-
ada.
PRIVATE SERVICES HELD FOR
AMERICAN JEWISH LEADER
Boston (WNS)Private funeral
services were held this week for
Louis E. Kirstein, active leader
of American Jewry and nation-
ally-known philanthropist, who
died of pneumonia at the age of
75. Rabbi Joshua Licbman offi-
ciated at the services.
All libraries in Boston, includ-
ing the S150.000 Kirstein Library
at City Hall, were closed during
the funeral services in tribute to
the American Jewish leader,
whose last public appearance was
at the Victory Dinner of the 1942
Combined Jewish Appeal..
PAGE SEVEN
STANLEY MYERS ELECTED TO
BOARD OF AMERICAN J.D.C.
Sanley C. Myers was elected
to the board of directors of the
American Jewish Joint Distri-
bution committee it was an-
nounced from national headquar-
ters. Max Orovitz was named as
a new member of the committee's
national council.
Other Miamians who are mem-
bers of the organization's nation-
al council are Benjamin E.
Bronston, Leo Eisenstein, Her-
bert U. Feibelman, Mrs. Joseph
M. Frehling, J. Gerald Lewis.
Baron de Hirsch Meyer, Dr. Al-
bert E. Rosenthal, Stanley C.
Myers, Harry Simonhoff, Joseph
R. Stein, Elry Stone and Mitchell
Wolf son.
Moscow (WNS)Samuel Cho-
brutsky, head of the Moscow Jew-
ish community, made public this
week a report of the rehabilita-
tion program of the Soviet gov-
ernment in behalf of Jews evac-
uated by Russian authorities from
those parts of Russia now occu-
pied by Hitler's armies.
B'NAI B'RITH'S WAR SERVICE RECORD
ONE YEAR AFTER PEARL HARBOR
When B'NAI B'RITH lining into sctedy action for war service immediately alter Pearl Harbor, it did to
with a smooth efficiency born not only out of more than a year of activity in national defense but out of a cen-
tury of experience in mobilizing its manpower and resources in every national emergency since 1643.
Appearing on the American scene two years before the War with Mexico of 1845, B'NAI B'RITH during
the dark days ol the War Between the States acquired a reputation lor war service that has been sustain,.
uninterruptedly through the Spanish-American War, World War I and World War II.
In the year since Pearl Harbor, B'NAI B'RITH converted into glorious deeds ol service the pledge n
president, Henry Monshy, made to President Roosevelt on December 8th, that B'NAI B'BRITH would "spa.
neither toil, blood nor treasure" in the defense of our country. I
This factual relume shows how the men, women and young people of B'NAI B'RITH have met the pledge
10,250 members of B'nai B'rith, Aleph Zadik
Aleph and the Hillel Foundations are in the
Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Merchant Ma-
rine.
27 members of B'nai B'rith, Aleph Zadik
Aleph and Hillel Foundations have been killed
in action or in line of duty.
10 members of B'nai B'rith, AZA and Hillel
decorated or cited for bravery.
20,184 B'nai B'rith men and women and AZA
gave blood to the Red Cross.
47,109 members of B'nai B'rith, men and
women, and AZA are actively engaged in civil-
ian defense volunteer services.
1,227 members of B'nai B'rith, in 34 states,
are serving in the Home Guard, State Militia
or Home Defense Corps.
$20,500,000 in war bonds sold by B'nai B"rith
lodges, auxiliaries and AZA chapters.
$355,000 of B'nai B'rith and AZA funds in-
vested in war bonds.,
67 permanent war bond booths manned and
sponsored by B'nai B'rith lodges and auxil-
iaries.
650,000 servicemen "entertained at parties,
dances, shows, picnics, holiday services and
other forms of hospitality sponsored by B'nai
B'rith and AZA groups and Hillel Foundations
throughout the country.
A
29 company day rooms completely furnished
at Army camps as part of B'nai B'rith's. na-
tional war service program, 37 partially fur-
nished and 110 about to be furnished.
7 naval vessels being serviced by furnishing
their crews with items of comfort, entertain-
ment, and recreation not already provided by
the navy itself, this being a partof.Bnai
B'rith's national war service prpgram..
6,500 BMai B'rith women and B'nai B'rith
girls serving as hostesses, chaperones, danc-
ing partners at servicemen's canteens, lounges
and clubs.
350,000 books, magazines and games contrib-
uted to the armed forces by AZA and B'nai
B'rith groups.
160 Torah Scrolls obtained for use in Jewish
religious services at Army chapels, where 56
have already been dedicated, the rest awaiting,
calls.
1,110,000 packsof cigarettes contributed by
B'nai B'rith groups to the men in the service.'
85,000 service and comfort kits and holida.
gift packages for men in uniform provided b>
B'nai B'rith lodges and auxiliaries.
5,250,000 pounds of scrap metal and rubbe.
collected by_ B'nai B'rith and AZA salvagi
units.
16,000 B'nai B'rith women and B'nai B'rith
girls serving in 237 B'nai B'rith-sponsored Red
Cross sewing, knitting and bandage-rolling
production units.
750,000 surgical dressings and 100,000 sewn
and knitted garments turned out by Red Cross
production units of B'nai B'rith women.
$135,000 contributed to the Red Cross and
other war relief agencies by the B'nai B'rith
war service fund and the individual lodges,
auxiliaries and AZA chapters.
19 pieces of mobile equipment presented to
the Red Cross by B'nai B'rith units, including
canteens, station wagons, ambulances and
blood donor wagons.
2 B'nai B'rith youth houses for community
war service opened by AZA in Cleveland and
the Bronx, with funds from national war serv-
ice fund.
$28,000 spent for national war service proj-
ects from War Service Fund contributed by
membership.
2,500 copies of B'nai B'rith's National Jewisl
Monthly distributed monthly to servicemen'.-
libraries. USO clubhouses and company da;
rooms, in addition to 10,000 sent every month
to B'nai B'rith members in the armed forces
50,000 youth and adults given wartime job
information by B'nai B'rith group vocational
counselors.
i
100,000 copies of B'nai B'rith's wartime job
journal, "The Career News," distributed.
7 B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation directors be-
'came Army and Navy chaplains.
$6,213 contributed from B'nai B'rith's war
service fund to Leo N. Levi Memorial Hospital
to prpvide expanded facilities for war workers
in Hot Spings area.
26 servicemen's recreation" rooms furnished
for Canadian troops by Canadian B'nai B'rith,
in addition to soldiers' educational building at
Camp Borden and servicemen's, hostel in
Toronto.
65,000 United Nations troops entertained by
traveling theatrical units sponsored by Cana-
dian B'nai B'rith^
100,000 gift boxes and holiday packages for
servicemen contributed by Canadian^ Bnai
B'rith men's and women's units.'

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PAGE EIGHT
vJewist fhridfian
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18,
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
The vlewa expressed by Mr. Boxer-
mAii are his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The, Jewish Klorldlan.
committed under the shadow of
the swastika not to continue us-
ing the hooked cross as a trade
mark While in its inception
The Hooked Cross
There are some American bus-
iness concerns who do not ex-
ercise common horse sense in
choosing the advertising symbols
which they attach to their pro-
ducts We would be charit-
able Hence we read no other
motivation into the fact that a
Florida firm uses a swastika as
an emblem for its produce.
After ten long years of Hit-
lerism we would assume that
anyone doing business in these
United States would be suffi-
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
Indian emblem, its adoption by
the successor of Attila the Hun
has made it assume a grim mean-
ing The blood of those who
have been slaughtered in its
name cries out against associat-
ing it in any way with the pro-
ducts of Florida's sunshine.
Childish Prank?
Coincidentally, we wonder
what "patriotic" American citi-
zen took the time to chalk those
swastikas on a Miami
pavement The handiwork
didn't seem to be part of a child-
ish prank But even if it were,
what kind of educational influ-
ences have been brought to bear
upon children who must seek
such an outlet for their artistic
inclinations? That same pave-
ment is trod every day by thou-
sands of men in uniform, prepar-
ing themselves for the destruction
of everything which the swastika
portends.
A Cue From Hitler
Florida is no different from any
other state in one respectit, too.
has its quota of psychological
fifth columnists These are the
people who continuously damn
the war effort, grumble about
what they term the unnecessary
privations of the war, and harp
on the theme that Roosevelt is
heading us straight for perdition.
"Roosevelt and Ruin" was the
Miami Beach Real Estate
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ciently outraged by the atrocities ] take their cue directly from the
Nazi press or short wave radio
broadcasts ... So recently here
in Florida word was passed along
via radio, especially among those
it might have been a meaningless of Irish descent, that the people
of Ireland were fed up with the
manner in which American
doughboys were "overrunning"
northern Ireland Unfortunate-
ly, an incident occurred which
enabled the propagandists to trot
it out for public inspection as a
horrible example of "unwarrant-
ed intrusion" upon the sovereign-
ty of the Irish people Two
American soldiers, during the
course of a tavern brawl, slugged
Beach ; and killed the Irish owner.
In A Liberal Mold
Fortunate indeed is the pres-
ence of certain staunch liberals
within the Catholic Church .
such as the Most Rev. Joseph P.
Hurley, bishop of St. Augustine,
who long before our entrance in-
to the war was denouncing the
"fence sitters" ... It will be re-
called, too. that some time ago
it was he, who through the medi-
um of the Florida Catholic, chas-
tized Chas. E. Coughlin in the
strongest terms ever employed by
one Catholic priest against an-
other still wearing the same cloth.
Now comes the Most Rev. Hur-
ley, consistent with his liberal
mold, to answer the charges
about our "overrunning" Ireland.
His reply takes the form of a
sharply worded editorial in the
same publication, addressed spe-
cifically to an Irish Cardinal Mac-
Rory. but intended as well to still
the propagandists in America .
BW B'rith
Notes
By Paul Weitzman
cry of Father Coughlin at a mass
meeting of ten thousand Catholics ] Says the bishop, in part:
in Cleveland five years or so
ago "Roosevelt and Ruin" is
the lament of some like-minded
people today.
Even the victories achieved by
our armed forces do not seem to
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"Should a Nazi invasion be at-
tempted, American soldiers would
risk their lives to save Cardinal,
MacRory from the indignity and ; camPus to the othcrs'
violence which were the fate of More Men in Service
some of his fellows in Europe, More members of the Lodge
deter the psychological fifth col- such as Cardinal Innitzer in Vi- are finding themselves in the ser-
umnists from spreading their gos- enna. Cardinal Hlond in Poznan vice of Uncle Sam every day, and
pel of defeatism ... At times they and Cardinal Casper in Prague,: the latest to report for duty were
------------------------------------------------- all of whom were victims of Nazi Dr. Edward Roth, Asst. Surgeon
I brutality Hitler has threat- Maritime Service, U. S. Public
ened all neutral states and Health Service; Dr. Roth holds a
if this threat should be carried rank equivalent to captain in the
__ out, then Irishmen of all coun- army; Leo Hodes is now a mem-
5#i*^tl~C Musea-iar Paina and tries will have cause to thank ber of the U. S. Coast Guard; Dr.
tith!Qfcv" A,kAyour DTiit"^ God for ""' Presence of their Lewis Capland is in the Army at
Pr ** and te cenu American friends in Northern Ire- Camp Shelby. Miss ; David Stem
land." is a private in the army, and
These are courageous worjs. Robert Weinstein is stationed at
nobly phrased They should Kev West, a member of the navy,
go a long way toward clarifying In B'nai B'rith's Service
any doubts in the minds of all Men may distinguish them-
open minded Irish Americans selves by their service to their
who have any regard for their fellow members right here at
Church authority ... As for home. Organizations must flour-
those who care not what lies ish. else important voices will be
they believe or what nonsense stilledand collective voices are
they peddle, they will not be in- still stronger than individual
fluenced by statements from any plaints. And in Sholem Lodge
source For they are the we have many ardent workers
conscious psychological saboteurs, whose names do not often appear i
impervious to any appeals that in print for public acknowledge-1
would hasten the downfall of ment. So it is a pleasure to pub-:
Hitler and the establishment of a licly proclaim that as Captains in
free world. Sholem Lodge, Leo Ackerman.
Out Shabbos! Leo Eisenstein, Nat Blumberg, I Mai*
Dr. Milea Nervine for
Sleepleaaneaa, N>r-y^UIVfttlVA,i'
vona Irritability, / I I0U
Excitability and
Nervoua Head-
[ arhe. Read direc-
tions and oae only
aa directed.
Are
Hillel had it's inning at the Sol Goldstrom and S. B. Miller
have earned the accolade of their
brethren for the work they have
and are performing, and the
results they have accomplished
True, that many other captains
have worked hard and diligently
but unfortunately, their labors
have not been fraught with the
success it deserved. And success
is measured in terms of results.
Two new officers have been
elected to the Lodge for the en-
suing year. New, in that they
were not officers before, but
even before their installation
they have already earned their
spurs. S. B. Miller, treasurer-
elect, in addition to the Order of
the Star and Garter earned in
the foregoing paragraph, again
earns the plaudits of his breth-
ren, and Aaron Edelman, finan-
cial secretary-elect, that is heart-
warming to those who applaud
energetic action.
And welcome is extended to
Louis Gordon, who has renewed
his activities in Sholem Lodge by
proposing new members and by
assisting in the collection of dues.
Brother Gordon is a life member
of Sholem Lodge, earned by ser-
vice to the Lodge. In Chicago.
Brother Gordon organized a B'nai
B'rith Lodge which was destined
to become one of the largest in
that city.
Department of Vital Statistics
Word has been received that
two members of the Lodge have
taken unto themselves wives, and
the singular. Dr. Joseph J.
Frank and Sergeant Herbert
Joseph are the members who
have embarked upon a fuller life
and to whom the felicitations of
their brethren are hereby tend-
ered.
Not so pleasant, is reporting
the illness of Fred Shochet's
mother, and the fact that Max
Halpern and Samuel Kanner are
ailing. If the wishes of their
friends and brethren are heard
they will all speedily and com-
pletely regain their health.
University of Miami on Thurs-
day. December 10th, when, with
Rabbi Shapiro present, a group
of students attended a meeting
in furtherance of it's work at
the University. Only a small
group attended, wc are advised,
but what the meeting lacked in
quantity, it made up in the qual-
ity of the students present. Heart-
ening, was the manifested desire
to embark upon and enlarge cul-
tural and religious activities,
which would include discussion
groups. Bulletins sent to the stu-
dents, enlisting their aid in deter-
mining the nature of Hillel ac-
tivities preferred, were returned
with a request for such cultural
land religious programs.
Another Hillel meeting has
been arranged for Friday eve-
ning. January 1st. 1943 at Beth
David Congregation and has
been designated as Hillel night.
Units from other colleges and
universities will be represented
by students who live in Miami,
but attend such other colleges and
universities. Home for the holi-
days, this Hillel meeting will
give these various units an ex-
cellent opportunity for collabora-
tion, exchange of ideas, and ex-
tension of activities from one
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