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

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

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

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VOLUME 16No. 1
MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
NAZIS WARN THEY
FEDERATION DIRECTORS TO
HOLD MEETING ON MONDAY
JEWS IF EUROPE
London (WNS)High Nazi of-
ficials in Germany have stated
publicly that the Jewish popula-
tion of Nazi-occupied Europe will
be wiped out if it becomes appar-
ent that the United Nations will
win the war, it was disclosed this
week by persons close to the Nor-
wegian Government-in-exile, and
which received the report through
underground sources in Norway.
Thse sources said that the fate
of the Jews still alive in occu-
pied Europe will depend on the
tide of victory and that each Nazi
reverse on the battlefield will
result in the intensification of an-
ti-Jewish measures in Nazi-held
territories.
The Nazis plan to divert the
attention of the German people
from military setbacks in Russia
and in North Africa by intensify-
ing their anti-Jewish campaign
and by placing the blame for the
Nazi military difficulties on the
Jews. The Jews have already
been blamed for the acute short-
ages of food and clothing in Ger-
many. It was believed here,
however, that this Nazi trick has
been used too often and that the
German people will not be taken
in by Hitler's new propaganda
line.
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation will be held Mon-
day, January 4 at 8:15 p. m. in
Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. 137
N. E. 19th street, Miami.
The primary purpose of this
meeting is to present for ratifi-
cation and approval or modifica-
tion, the report to be submitted
by Monte Selig, chairman of the
budget committee, recommending
the agencies to be included in the
1943 campaign, the allotment to
each, and approval of the total
allotments which will become the
goal of the 1943 Federation cam-
paign. Other matters of import-
ance will also be brought before
the meeting.
25 SWISS LEADERS
WILL AID JEWRY
OF
OFFER ASYLUM TO
EUROPEAN JEWRY
London (WNS)The sugges-
tion that the United Nations ap-
peal to Ireland to open its doors
to Jewish refugees from Nazi-
occupied Europe was made here
this week by General Neil Mal-
colm of the British army. Writ-
ing in the London Times. Gen-
eral Malcolm urged also that
Britain adopt a more liberal pol-
icy towards admission of Jew-
ish refugees from Nazi-held ter-
ritories.
The general's suggestion came
at a time when most of the Brit-
ish press was demanding that
the United Nations follow up
their joint declaration condemn-
ing the Nazi mass murders of
Jews with concrete action to save
the millions of helpless Jews still
in occupied territories.
Meanwhile, a delegation of
leading British Jews, including
Prof. Selig Brodctsky. president
of the Board of Deputies of Brit-
ish Jews; Chief Rabbi Dr. Jo-
seph Hertz, and Lord Samuel,
visited Foreign Secretary An-
thony Eden to express the grati-
fication of British Jewry with
the joint declaration issued last
week by the United States. Great
Britain, Soviet Russia and other
United Nations.
The influential publication
New Statesman and Nation this
week called upon the British gov-
ernment to approach Sweden and
Turkey to cooperate in a pro-
gram designed to rescue Jewish
ebUdree) from the occupied cooa-
DUTCH JEWS WARNED TO BE
READY FOR DEPORTATION
Stockholm (WNS)The "Jood-
sche Weeksblad," official news-
paper of the Amsterdam Jewish
community, this week advised
Jews throughout the Nazi-occu-
pied Netherlands to be prepared,
at a moment's notice, to leave
their homes and families for the
Westerbrook interment camp
from which they will be deport-
ed to eastern Europe.
The Jews were warned to have
a packed suitcase ready at all
times since Gestapo agents might
break into their houses at any
time during the day or night.
Jews rounded up in this fashion
by the Gestapo are taken first to
the Westerbork camp which is a
central depot for Netherlands
Jews. According to reports re-
ceived here in recent weeks many
of the Jews do not survive their
stay at Westerbork.
Geneva (WNS) Twenty-five
leading Swiss citizens, including
Prof. Karl Barth, this week pub-
lished an open letter in the Ras-
ler National Zeitung, expressing
solidarity with the Jews of Switz-
erland and pledging to aid the
Jews 'if ever persecution should
come to this country."
The letter, addressed to "Dear
Jews of Switzerland," read:
"We can't help but tell you
how much the indescribable sor-
. row of your brethren and sisters
burden our soul. Perhaps it
i will strengthen your heart when
you hear that Christians think
(of you and help you under all
circumstances and pray for you.
We know that the powers of evil
which today attack the Jews will
tomorrow try to destroy Chris-
tians.
"The burning down of syna-
gogues marks the first step to-
wards the annihilation of Chris-
tian churches. We pray to the
', Almighty for power to stand for
j all you stand for and to help you
' if ever persecution should come
to our country."
SECRET GERMAN MANIFESTO
URGES HITLER OVERTHROW
_____
London (WNS)Leaders of the
underground movement in Nazi
[Germany held a secret meeting
\ recently and issued a manifesto
urging the immediate overthrow
.of the Hitler regime.
SLOVAKIA INTRODUCES 1942
BY BURNING JEWISH BOOKS
---------
Berne (WNS)The Nazi pup-
pet state of Slovakia ushered in
1 1943 with huge bonfires into
which books written by Jews or
' about Jews by sympathetic non-
Jews were thrown, according to
an announcement in Slovakia's
Nazified press. The bonfire cel-
ebrations were scheduled to be
held on the principal streets of all
Slovakian cities.
The Slovakian press reports
said that special ceremonies
marking the burning of the Jew-
ish books would be held in Brat-
islavia with high government of-
ficials in attendance. The cele-
bration was to be held on New
Year's Day because, it was said,
Slovakia would be made com-
pletely "judenrein" by December
31, 1942.
NAZIS BILL SLOVAKS FOR
RIDDING COUNTRY OF JEWS
London (WNS)The Nazi price
for making a country "judenrein"
is pretty steep, the puppet Slo-
ivagian government learned this
I week, when Adolf Hitler sent in
j a bill for $20,000,000 to cover the
' expenses involved in deporting
| Slovakia's 65,000 Jews. Reports
I that Hitler had demanded cash
payment for the Nazi deportation
i of Jews were confirmed here by
the Czechoslovakian government-
i in exile.
The report said that the Nazi-
controlled Slovak parliament au-
thorized the minister of finance
to pay the bill. Slovak newspa-
pers, copies of which have just
arrived here, expressed the hope
that the $20,000,000 could be
raised through the confiscation
and sale of Jewish property.
Stockholm (WNS) Pro Nazi
officials of the Danish Govern-
ment and German Nazi authori-
ties have been forced to abandon
their plans for the introduction
in Denmark on January 1st, 1943
of a Nazi-styled anti-Jewish pro-
gram, according to information
received here this week.
The report said that Gestapo
agents sent recently from Berlin
to Copenhagen brought instruc-
tions from Nazi headquarters for
the enactment of anti-Jewish
laws by the first of the new year.
Erik Scavenius, pro-Nazi prime
minister of Denmark, was said to
be supporting the Nazi demands
for the passage of anti-Jewish
laws.
King Christian X of Denmark,
who has long resisted the intro-
duction of anti-Jewish laws in
this country, was able to rally so
much opposition to the Nazi pro-
ject, however, that pro-Nazi
members of the government
thought it wise to abandon, at
least temporarily, their plans for
an early anti-Jewish program.
Thanks to King Christian, it was
reported, Denmark remains the
sole Nazi dominated country
without a legal anti-Jewish pro-
gram.
Case and Interpretation Committees to Appear
At General Meeting of Jewish Welfare Bureau
Sunday, January 17th the Jew-O
ish Welfare Bureau will hold a
meeting to which all Jewish per-
sons, who are interested in social
welfare and relief, are invited to
attend. The members will con-;
sider the report of the Case and
Interpretation Committees of the
Bureau, recently appointed by
Rabbi Max Shapiro, president, to
study and evaluate the present
program of the Bureau and make
recommendations of changes in
its program within the structure
of its present by-laws which
might'be advisable in view of
the present trends and changes
in social and economic conditions
in the community.
The committee has reviewed
the background and history of
the Bureau and found that the |
Bureau since its inception has
been known, recognized and ac-
cepted by the local Jewish com-
munity primarily as a relief
agency. While it did render ser- (
vices other than relief, these oth-1
or services were not interpreted
to the community nor was the
community aware that the Bu-
reau was willing and able to ren-
der such services. This is es-
pecially true during the years,
from 1933 to 1939 when the sud-
den increase in the relief load did
not permit the Bureau or its
staff to render any services other
than relief. Toe vast majority
I of individuals Applying for as-
sistance to the Bureau have pre-
sented problems involving finan-
cial need.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
President. Jewish Welfare Bureau
\
Since the outbreak of war in
1941 a definite trend in the com-
munity has been observed the
committee reports. With the in-
crease of employment and the
draft of young men there has
been a noticeable decrease in re-
quests for financial aid to pri-
vate agencies. More and more
of the people previously served
by prlTtte agencies bare become
self-supporting. In many other
communities, where there has
been a similar decrease in relief
needs, another general trend is
noticed. Individuals in increas-
ing number are applying to rec-
ognized family welfare agencies
for assistance in problems hav-
ing no connection with financial
need. Many of these problems
are created by the war and
varied in nature. Long dormant
problems of personal and family
relationship are reawakened by
the war tension: young people
and old people with no special
skills are in need of vocational
guidance because they are able
to work but need help in making
the most of their capacities: tem-
porary unemployment problems
of people caught in the lag be-
tween business shutdowns due
to priorities and reemployment
in war industries; problems of
the young married woman forced
to shoulder family responsibili-
ties when her husband is called to
or enlists in services of his coun-
try; separation of families due
to war employment or army or
navy services. In the solution of
these problems family agencies
are being called upon to play a
vital part However, this gener-
al trend has not yet been reflect-
ed in the intake of the Family
Service agencies in this commun-
ity up to this time, including the
Jewish Welfare Bureau.
The members will consider how
the Bureau can adapt its pro-
gram to meet these new trends
and changing condition*.
REGISTERED MEN
T KEEP LOCAL
Registrants must keep local
boards informed of any change
in their status, said General Viv-
ian Collins, state director of se-
lective service, in a news confer-
ence at state headquarters.
Under the provisions of the
selective service law it is the
duty of the registrant to keep
his local board informed of his
current address, any change in
his dependency of marital status,
any change in his physical status.
his occupational status, or any
other change that might affect his
selective service classification.
This information should be in
writing in order that the local
board may include the same in
the registrant's file.
If the registrant holds an es-
sential position in an essential oc-
cupation, the registrant or the
registrant's employer should sub-
mit a request for occupational de-
ferment on a DSS Form 42A or
similar form at the time that the
registrant files his questionnaire.
If the registrant leaves his posi-
tion, it is his obligation and alj
that of his employer to immedi-
ately notify the local board. If
his new position is an essential
one, a new request for occupa-
tional deferment should be made.
General Collins said that it was
evident that some registrants and
some concerns were under the er-
roneous impression that a request
(for occupational deferment should
| be submitted after a regtofcap*
bad been placed in Class ^FA.
\ This m act the case.
MWrauHMiiii'ut 'mmuMiiawii


PAGE TWO
* Jewish nwkflan
FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1943
Social

Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kovner
are visiting Mr. Kovners parents
in Los Angeles. California. They
will return to their home in Mi-
ami Beach shortly.
Mrs. Saul R. Srole of Washing-
ton. D. C. will arrive Sunday
to spend several weeKs with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zci-
entz.

Lt. Max Pepper, prominent Mi-
ami physician and now attached
to the U. S. Naval Hospital. Jack-
sonville, arrived on leave for a
several days stay last Wednesday
to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. Pepper. 1274 S. W. 6th street.
He is accompanied by his wife
and children. Marshall and Nancy

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brenner and
grandson Bruce of Roanoke, Va.,
are visiting Mr. Brenner's broth-
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Adelman. They will
attend the wedding of their
niece. Miss Marcie Adelman. an
event of the near future. Other
out-of-town guests here for the
occasion include Mr. Charles Ad-
elman. brother of the bride-to-be;
Mrs. M. Klugman and son. Abe,
all from Savannah; Miss Rae
Coverman of New York, sister
of the groom, and Mr. Marty
Weiner, also of New York, who
will serve as best man.

Mrs. Milton A. Friedman and
son Ronald are visiting her par-
ents in Columbia. S. C. for sev-
eral weeks. Mr. Friedman left
last week to join his family for
the holidays. While there they
will attend the AZA convention
in Charleston. They expect to
return January 4.

The bar mitzvah of the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
will take place Saturday morning
at Temple Israel at 10 o'clock.
The confirmand, David, will re-
cite the blessings and address the
audience. The parents will ten-
der a buffet supper in his hon-
or following the services. The
family returned from Savannah
lor the occasion.

Mr. Lloyd Gardner, formerly
of Miami Beach, and now assist-
ant technical trainee. U. S. Sig-
nal Corp Reserve, visited in At-
lanta for the holidays with his
brother and sister-in-law, Lt. and
Mrs. Alvin Gardner.
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The wedding of Miss Beth Mandell, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Samuel Mandell, to Mr. Sidney Lipman, son <>l Mr. and Mrs. N.
Lipman, all of New York, was solemnized in the auditorium of
Beth David Talmud To rah last Thursday evening at 7 o'clock
Rabbi Max Shapiro, close friend (if the bride, who served as his
secretary, performed the ceremony. The groom is stationed
with the Air Force at Boca Raton. Attendants at the ceremony
included Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mr. Sam Levitt, best
man. Mr. Sam Arum, brother-in-law ol the bride, Mrs. Mary-
Swart, Mrs. J. Gross and Miss Anne Geffen. A dinner party
was held at Club Bali.
Miss Evelyn Greenwald and
Miss Jeanette Cohen were host-
esses at showers tendered in hon-
or of Miss Marcie Adelman whose
forthcoming marriage will be an
event of January. The bride-to-
be was the recipient of many
beautiful gifts.

The unveiling of a monu
to the memory of the late Jack
Brodsky, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Brodsky. will tak
at the Woodlawn Park Ci
this Sunday afternoon at 1
o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapin wi .
officiate.
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Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle will
have open house, Monday evening
at their home, 172o Lenox avenue.
Miami Beach, honoring Rabbi
and Mr.-. Amram Prero. visiting
hi n from Gainesville, Rabbi
Pr< ro is toi of Hillel activi-
rsity of Flor-
with his wif< is vaca-
for two
''' ning he
Mi and Mr.-.
Louis H
ring.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman
will celebrate their 31st wedding
anniversary Friday. January 1st
with a reception that evening in
the Talmud Torah Auditorium of
the Beth David Synagogue fol-
lowing services. Friends are in-
vited.

C< '.-16th birthday
,of th .: daughter Dorothy. Mr.
and Mrs Morris Pepper enter-
tained r: r an two hundred
quests at their home. 1683 S. W.
17th street with a party on the
evening of December 25. Mem-
; hers of the TEP and Pi Lambda
Fraternities made up many of
the guests which included friends
from all parts of the state. Danc-
ing and games were on the eve-
ning's program and a buffet sup-
per was served.

Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Adler.
248 S. W. 24th avenue, announce
the marriage of their daughter.
Lillian, to Sgt. Bernard Gross of
New York City. The ceremony
will take place Sunday afternoon
at the home of the bride's par-
ents. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff
will officiate, assisted by Cantor
Maurice Manches. Mist Adler
attended Miami High School and
the University of Miami and is
now a member of the staff of the
Mercantile National Bank. Sgt.
Gross, an employee of the City
of New York, is presently a mem-
ber of the Officers Candidate
School and is stationed at Miami
Beach.
Word was received here this
week of the death of Mr. Samuel
Rheinheimer, brother of Mrs
I.ouis J. Hart/ of Miami. He
passed away in New York, De-
cember 18.

Mrs. Harry Oliphant has re-
turned from a three weeks trip
to New York. She visited her
niece who was seriously ill there.

The Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, last
week entertained n ward of 50
men of tin Miami Naval Hospital
at i ipa-Locka. Mrs. David Hon-
oroff and Mrs Harry Magid were
co-chairmen of the affair.

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hohauser.
1443 S. W. 3rd street, announce
the birth of a daughter. Alberta
Beryl, Wednesday. Dec. 23. at
Victoria Hospital.

Miss Eva Checkaway. represen-
tative of the National Pioneer
Women's Organization is in Mi-
ami for several weeks in the in-
terest of the organization. She
will address several gatherings-
during her stay.

Sunday. December 27th. the
B'nai B'rith Girls held their an-
nual banquet at the Drum, in
honor of the newly elected offi-
cers, who are: president. Miss
Beatrice Badanes; vice president.
Miss Barbara Berger; recording
secretary. Miss Adele Stone; cor-
responding secretary. Miss Velma
Abrams; treasurer, Miss Muriel
Auslander. The new president.
Miss Badanes, welcomed five
new members: Rosalie Moretti.
Doris Feldman. Shirley Green-
berg, Shirley Kahn. and Miriam
Shineberg. The girls also had
as their guests their two sponsors.
Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Al
Green.

Israel Lightman, of Lowell.
Mass., is visiting his daughter,
Dorothy and Sara Lightman. at
Miami Beach. Mr. Lightman is
recuperating from a recent oper-
ation and expect.'- to remain here
about four months. His son.
Captain Percy Lightman. ol
Camp Stewart. Georgia, will visit
him shortly.

Tuesday afternoon at Jackson
Memorial hospital. Rabbi S. M.
Machtei officiated at the brith
milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Rosenberg. 1236 Drexel
avenue. Miami Beach.

Mrs. Hanna Feingold, mother
of Mr.-. Moses Krieger, is staying
at Rivermont Park Sanitarl
for a rest. Dr. Sane! B. er, flirec-
announced. Mr- Fi :ngold
VI r 100 ;.
visited this v -; grand-
child and g: it-j

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Engel.
2396 S. W. 20-.= MM, announce
the engagerr.'.-.r A their daugh-
ter. Fay. to y.t.r.R L. Gipson.
U.S.N.. of L'ji Angeles. Calif.
The marriage w_l take place in
New York some time in Febru-
ary, after which they will return
to Miami to make their home.

Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi
emeritus of Temple Israel and
Professor of Philosophy and Eth-
ics at the University of Miami,
will address the Spinoza Forum
Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock
on the lawn of the home of Dr.
Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th
street, Miami Beach. Dr. Kap-
lan's lecture subject will be
"1943." General discussion will
follow the lecture.
Miss Doris Weinstein. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weinstein
of 1281 East 27th street. Brooklyn,
and Stanley Blackman. ton of
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Black-
man of 2318 Avenue P. Brooklyn,
were married December 24 at 8
p. m. at the Hotel St. George
Roof. The bridegroom was grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
ami where he was a member of
the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
His bride is a senior at New
York University and will be
graduated with the class of June
'43. The couple left for Miami
for a wedding trip, and will live
in New York City.

Funeral services were held
Tuesday at the Palmer Funeral
Chapel for David Lincoln, 84,
who died Monday at his home,
150 Ocean drive, Miami Beach.
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Can-
tor Mamches of Beth Jacob con-
gregation officiated. Interment
was in Woodlawn Park cemetery.
A retired merchant, Mr. Lincoln
came to Miami Beach two years
ago. He is survived by his wid-
ow, Mrs. Jennie Lincoln, Miami
Beach; four daughters, Mrs. Ber-
tha Girden, New York City; Mrs.
Philip Somberg, Miami, Mrs. Ann
Kluger, Edgemere. Mr. Lincoln
organized and was past president
of the Neisanditzer Halbestandt
as well as founder and past presi-
dent of one of the largest syna-
gogues in Bronx. N. Y.

Max Deich. 59 of 6891 Ocean
drive, passed away after a short
illness at a local hospital Sunday
night. A resident of the Beach
for three and one-half months.
he was originally from Savannah
and was a retired clothing manu-
facturer. The body was sent to
Savannah by the Palmer Funeral
Chapel for services and inter-
| ment. Surviving him are his
; widow. Gussie. three sisters and
one brother.
e
Max Weinberger, long-time res-
ident of Miami, died suddenly of
a heart Attack last Wednesday
evening at his home. 1124 N. W.
3rd street. Coming here from
Cleveland 17 years ago, his re-
mains wire returned there for
interment by the Gordon Funeral
Home Thursday He was a mem-
ber oi Congregation Schaarei
Zedek. Surviving him is his
wife Yolan and two daughters,
Mrs. Anna Schwartz and Miss
Elsie Weinberger; a sister. Mrs.
Anna Brown, and a brother,
Adolf, all of Cleveland
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1943
*Jew Ist fho rMinn
PAGE THREE
TO BE HOSTESSES
TO NATL. LEMUR
Miss Esther Beckwith, director
of service to Fofegn Born for
the National Council of Jewish
Women, will be the guest of the
Miami Section of the Council
January 5th and 6th.
Miss Beckwith has served as
director of the national office for
several years and is thoroughly
familiar with the special prob-
lems of the alien as well as with
the program of the Council. Un-
JEWISH FORCES IN ENGLAND
STAY ON CHRISTMAS DUTY
London (WNS)Every Jewish
soldier in one of the largest U.
S. Army units stationed in Eng-
land volunteered for duty on
Christmas Day and New Year's
Day to permit thousands of Chris-
tian soldiers who were scheduled
to be on duty on the holiday to |
observe the festive season, it was
announced here.
American Army headquarters,
here described the action of the
Jewish soldiers as a "practical ex-:
pression of good will, symbolic j
of the complete understanding
existing between religious groups
in our armed forces."
MIAMI BEACH ZIONISTS IN
VERY SUCCESSFUL MEETING
A very successful public meet-
ing for the Zionist District on
Miami Beach was held recently
at the Center Social Hall. Jake
Felt presided. Addresses were de-
livered by Dr. Samuel Bension,
Edward I. Kaufman, former
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America; Adalbert
Froodman of Atlanta, executive
director of the Southeastern Re-
gion, and Mr. Salman, active Mi-
ami Zionist leader. Temporary
officers were elected.
MISS ESTHER BECKWITH
der her direction the professional
staff at the national office guides
212 local Council Sections in
their work with emigrecs.
Tuesday. January 5 at 12:00
noon at a luncheon at the Seven
Seas Restaurant in Miami, Miss
Beckwith will address members
of the board as well as Council
members who have recently
completed the Council institute
on naturalization and immigra-
tion. She will discuss the social
adjustment of the alien and an
educational program leading to
naturalization and constructive
citizenship. Mrs. Monte Sclig.
president of the Miami Section of
the Council, will preside at this
meeting.
Mrs. Benjamin LeVine and
Mrs. Walter Bronston are co-
chairmen of the local service to
foreign born department and
Mrs. Elmer Scheuer and Mrs. M.
Boyd Kay are co-chairmen of
naturalization
Wednesday, January 6, Miss
Beckwith will be the guest speak-
er at the annual membership tea
which will be held at 2 p. m. at
the Service Men's Center, 1705
Alton Road, Miami Beach. The
tea will commemorate a half
century of public service by the
National Council of Jewish Wo-
men, the organization having
been founded ih 1893 by the late
Hannah G. Solomon. A tribute
will be paid to Mrs. Solomon who
passed away recently.
A membership skit written by
Mrs. Nat Williams, featuring Mrs.
Louis G. Lytton, will be present-
ed by board members.
Miss Beckwjith will be the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Monte Selig, 347 N. E. 26th Ter-
race, during her stay in Miami.
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME
LAW
Notice ib htltby K'vet* thut \\>* un-
dersigned, desiring t" enrage In im^i-
ni .-.s under the fictitious iwmu of
I PAUL'S RESTAURANT. 4S1 N. EL
Second Avenue. Intends to register
aalil name with the Clerk of the I'ir-
Icult Court of Dade County, Florida.
IONATZ MOB
PAUL WBITZMAN, Attorney
12/4-11-11-25 1/1
Notice i" hereby liven that the un-
dersigned, desiring t" engage In busi-
ness under the fictitious name <>f
FLAMINGO COFFEE AND TEA CO.,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk i.f the Circuit Courl of Dade
< *ount>. Floi Ida.
N. W SEGAL
II 25 l l -^-1',-22____________________
Notice i." hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ng- under the fictitious name of
KLEIN'S SUNDRIE8, mi 1824 N. W,
7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends
to register said name in the office of
Hi.- Clerk ->f the Circuit Court
11.ule i "onnl \. Florida
ALBERT KLEIN.
Sole Owner
.: 23 1 I -s -15-13
of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1ITII JiniCIAI. CIKt'lTI' OF
florida, in and k"k dadi-:
county, in chancery.
No. 76906
MARGARET THORSBN CLINTON,
Plaintiff i
vs.
GREGORY CLINTON,
I lofi-ndant
DIVi IRCE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
T(>: MR. GREGORY CLINTON,
IDDRESH UNKNOWN.
You are herebj required to be and
appear before the Circuit ''fM "
the eleventh Judicial Circuit iinrlw -
Ida, In Dade County, on or before the
1st da) <>f February, 1948, to a Mill of
I Divorce brought against von by
MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON,
otherwise a decree pro confeaao will
| be entered against you.
This oilier shall he published in
I the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper In
Dade County. Florida, once a weak
I for four 141 consecutive weeks.
Dateil at Miami. Florida, this lSth
i da v of I lecembar, 1942.
B. I!. LBATHERMAN
As Clerk of said Circuit Court.
(Circuit Court Seal)
B) wm. KIRTLET,
Depots Clerk.
i i 1-16-22-29
MAX R. SILVER
Attorney for I'lalntiff.
RACES
AT TROPICAL PARK
FEATURE IF TODAY
Opening with its annual Or-
ange Bowl morning race card at
10 a. m, FridayNew Year's'
Tropical Park will swing into its,
second holiday weekend of thor-
oughbred racing as well as the
last half of its 20-day Winter
meeting, ending Jan. 12.
With extensive clubhouse res- '
ervations already made, the New
Year's morning eight-race card
is assured of a gala holiday
throng out to enjoy the sport;
and a bit of relaxation as they i
start the Victory Year of 1943.
Chief interest of the morning will I
center on the Orange Bowl Han-
dicap sixth race, a $2,000 event
for 3-year-olds and up at a mile |
and a sixteenth. It's a stellar;
field in this race promising one
of the best competitions of the
meeting to date.
With the first race going to the
post at 10 a. m., the complete
eight race card will be brought
to a close in time for patrons to
reach the Orange Bowl Stadium
and the kickoff of the Orange
Bow] grid classic between the
University of Alabama and Bos-
ton College.
Saturday offers another post-
holiday headline program with I
the running of the annual Win-1
ter $2,000 Handicap, arraying a
field of star sprinters, and the
Lake Wales $1,000 Purse, another
sprint feature. Moving into the
final eight days of Tropical's
Winter meeting on Monday, ev-
ery card headlines top events as-
suring continuation of the keen
racing which has marked the,
inciting since its Dec. 21st start.
Attendance also is continuing
to increase with the passing of
the Christmas shopping days and
the daily mutuels handle is run- ;
ning around the $175,000 mark.
Although this is under last year,
and not quite up to the required
$200,000 average. Tropical Park
officials expressed satisfaction
that they could continue the
sport under wartime conditions.
STANLEY C. MYERS NAMED
MEMBER WAR CHEST BOARD
Stanley C. Myers was named as
one of the regional directors of
the Dade County War Chest, it
was announced last week.
Mrs. Betty Roney Fitzpatrick
has been appointed co-chairman
with Oscar E. Dooly of the spe-
cial finance committee. Named
as co-chairman of the campaign
committee was Mrs. W. Bruce
Macintosh.
Regional chairmen to cover the
various cities in the county also
named were: Miami Beach. F.
Lowry Wall; Mrs. Hugh Mathe-
son, E. B. Douglas. Willard G.
Ward, Marion Arnold, and Sayre
Wheeler.
Members of the Junior League
also will be assigned to the va-
rious sections of Miami by Mrs.
John L. Skinner, president of the
league.
EFFORT OF
FOR SERVICE
Campaign of the Greater Miami
army and navy committee affili-
ated with the Jewish Welfare
Board, to furnish 25 recreation
halls in this area is meeting with
success, but more equipment still
is needed, according to George
Wolpert. chairman. The drive
has been extended to January 10.
A whirlwind wind-up of the
drive is slated for Jan. 10. to be
known as "pick-up day." There
SAFETY RESOLUTIONS ARE
PASSED BY WOMEN'S CLUB
Florida bowlers will now pay
about one cent less for every
three games of league bowling,
and about one-half cent less for
every game of open bowling.
The Dade Business and Profes-
sional Women's Club of Miami.
Florida, believing in and endors-
ing absolute safety measures in
all public places of entertain-
ment of Dade County, recently
passed the following resolution:
Whereas, there is at this time
an investigation in progress in
the city of Boston, due to the
Coconut Grove night club fire, in
which 492 lives were lost, on the
night of November 28th. 1942.
And Whereas the cause of the
conflagration was determined to
be carelessness, but the loss of
lives was due to the quick igni-
tion of draperies, highly inflam-
mable, and inadequacy of suffi-
cient marked exits,
And Whereas the population of
Dade County has been greatly in-
creased, due to the quartering of
the armed forces of the United
States.
And Whereas the men in the
service frequent all public places
of entertainment. which are
therefore greatly overcrowded.
Therefore, be it resolved, that
tlu members of the Dade Busi-
ness and Professional Women's
Club respectfully request that
the mayor, city commissioners,
city manager, city attorney, chief
tf the tire department and safety
department director do every-
thing in their power to enforce
the law in all public places of en-
tertainment in Dade County, so
that they may be made sale, both
as to fire and panic,
PALME It
Funeral I hapol
20CJ W 'LAGllR ST.
^E'.uvL,cNECE 9-2664
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
To MORELX, JOSEPH DAVIS. Ad-
dress I'liknuuii.
You are hereby notified that a
sill of Complaint for Divorce nan
been riled a^ainm you in tin- Circuit
Court of the eleventh Judicial i'ii-
cult In and for I>ade County. Flor-
ida, wherein Nora DnvlH Is Plaintiff
and Morell Joseph Davis Is Defend-
ant, and you are hereby required to
file an appearance in such proceed-
ings mi in before Mondav. February 1.
A. D. 1943. In default of which the
mil will be taken an confessed aKainst
you.
DATKD thin XO dav of December.
A. D. 1942
K. H. DF.ATHKRMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
.teal)
Ity WM. K1RTI.KY.
Deputv Clerk
MAX K. SIIA'KK
Attorney for Plaintiff
I 1/1-8-15-22-29
WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES
PESTER ME
I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE
HELPS NERVOUS TENSION
TO RELAX
AND LEAVES ME
CALM,$ERENE
SHOOT STRAIGHT
With Our Boys!
BUY WAR BONDS
GEORGE WOLPERT
will be no more pick-ups until
then due to the gasoline and tire
situation. A large fleet of trurks
will be available on that day.
Items still needed are any kind
n! games, all kinds of furniture
thai can be used in recreation
halls, especially desks and radios.
Articles already received in-
clude a piano, already in use at
lead, obtained from the
to Theatres through the
efforts of the B'nai B'rith Auxil-
iary; six sofas. 10 lounge chairs.
20 occasional chairs, six floor
i two ping-pong tables, five
. ;i rugs,' 10 small rugs, eight
card lal i io folding chairs, 100
books, four end tables, two radios
and 100 packages of seeds.
Any article to be donated by
Miami residents which they can
deliver should be taken to the
V. M. H. A. at S. W. Fifth
street and i6th avenue. Those
with items to be picked up should
telephone 3-4012.
items to be taken to Miami
Beach should be delivered to the
Red Cross office at 1512 Collins
avenue. For pick-ups in that vi-
cinity, telephone 5-0672, Joseph
A. Bcrman. Miami Beach co-
chairman.
Buy War Bonds and Stamps and
Insure Your Tomorrow.
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TEBETH 24. 5703
NUMBER 1
VOLUME 16
LITTLE JUDGMENT
An excuse of patriotic fervor or of the good-
will building theory would not suffice, mour
Smation, lit tendenng of Christmas parhes
by two leading organizations among our com-
munities, fifty" odd. With much -thusjasm
and all the gala trimmings including the trees
and gifts, these senior not junior organizations
went forth on their mission of doing good.
Just last week we commented on the lack ot
judgement of children in this type of participa-
tion due mainly to lack of training and guid-
ance on the part of adults and parents. Now
we find mature minds, leaders and members
of responsible groups, doing excellent work
erring along the same line. Surely the will
and want to do does not necessitate seeking
channels of endeavor in this direction. Ooing
further and acknowledging the cause and re-
cipents as deserving attention, might not a
New Year's party have done as well, if not
better?
A JOB WELL DONE
Willian I. Boxerman, director of the Anti-
Defamation League Office, since its inception,
leaves this week to assume duties as director
of the Jewish Community Council of Jackson-
ville. Starting from scratch, two years ago, the
office has made rapid strides in its all import-
ant program. Wide in scope with ever so
much to be done is this field of endeavor. Mr.
Boxerman has done much to convey to our Jew-
ish people that their problem cannot be solved
or lightened by each, as an individual. At-
tempting to solve, in our own inexperienced
manner, the incidents arising every minute of
the day, has done much to make this problem
more perplexing. A trained program under
experienced hands with wholehearted com-
munity cooperation is the only answer. In the
two years of this office's existence, it has co-
ordinated much of this work, progressing along
this trend. It must continue to do so. There
is regret in his leaving and we wish Mr. Boxer-
man much success in his new undertaking.
Production of photographic film for amateur
use was cut 50 per cent below 1941 output,
and that for professionals 24 per cent below
base period production.
APPRECIATED DETAILS
Surfacedly, the individual not acquainted
with the intricacies of the workings of the
Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee and its
thousand-fold details, cannot realize the per-
sonal service rendered our armed forces by its
Jewish Welfare Board Army-Navy Program.
We would suppose that the program is too
large to give personal service. We would |
presume its gigantic task limits the committee;
to furnish recreation rooms, providing relig- (
ious services, Bibles, stationery and a home,
cooked meal from time to time. A checking
of these workings shows much to the contrary.
It reveals a brilliant record of personal service
to the boys and their individual needs and
wants. All of the men in service, away from
home in conditions and surroundings strange
and abnormal, are faced with many and var-
ied personal problems. The difficulties are
taken care of, straightened out and the bur-
dens eased. Just last week a little detailed
errand made a boy, stationed in Miami, feel
like a million dollars and his mother's sadden-
ed heart gladdened. We reprint a letter re-
ceived last week addressed to Mr. Nathan
Rothberg, director of the Jewish Welfare Board
service men's activities in this area.
I want to thank you very much
for sending that cake to my son on
his birthday.
He was so thrilled with it that he
said, would he have known that it
was coming he wouldn't have left
the barracks that evening. But he
came back 9 o'clock and said that 30
boys ate some of that cake. He said
it was the most beautiful and most
delicious cake he has ever tasted. He
was so surprised he wants to know
how it got there through you.
As for me I can't begin to tell you
how happy it made me. and how
much I appreciate what you have
done for me. May God bless you for
it with good health.
Thank you again very much from
my son and myself.
Though little and seemingly insignificant,
the service rendered, in this instance and
many, many others, meaning so much to our
boys and men in the service, makes our com-
munity proud of its accomplishments and pro-
gram. It is heartening and self-rewarding to
the men and women through whose direction
this program is made possible. It makes their
efforts doubly worthwhile.
C A P I T
A L L
By CHARLES BENSON
E T T E R
The day after
London and Moscow
eously released their
against Nazi massacres in fuf. them collec...,. \:
Washington, whose favorite slogan was 'Hang on evidence given us by def I
v simultan- the Kaiser: The Versailles Trea- and humiliated Germans reluct-
provided for the trial of ant to help prove a guilt which
protest
Eu- war criminals before nuhtary m- the Versailles Treaty charged to
rope, the State Department pub-
lished two heavy volumes of doc-
uments on the Peace Conference
of 1919.
For the student of foreign af-
fairs, these tomes will make ab-
sorbing reading on long winter-
evenings, although addicts of
i I the German republican
government.
We had righteous intentions,
but somehow the Kaiser lived out
a comfortable old age In the Neth-
erlands, and the few German sol-
diers actually brought to trial for
. alleged atrocities got the lightest
light fiction would find them less; kind of sentences. The atroci-
than exciting. But anyone, schol- ties were found to be largely
ar or not. concerned over the kind hoaxes, the Kaiser's usefulness as
of world we are to have after a bogey-man had expired, and
this war. may well pause at this, everyone proceeded to forget the
foreword from the State Depart-; war _as fast as he couldexcept
ment:
"The realization that any
intelligent approach to another
world settlement must take into
consideration the errors and suc-
cesses of the last render this an
especially appropriate time for
publishing
Expanding on the recent joint
protest. Secretary of State Cor-
dell Hull said that apprehension
of war criminals would be sought
not later than the end of the
war. The rules of State Depart-
ment press conferences do not
permit the emphasizing of his
words by direct quotation, and
officials have discouraged specu-
lation on this point, but it is
worth repeating that Mr. Hull
thinks in terms of the apprehen-
sion of war criminals
J. LOUIS SHOCHET
FounderThe Jewish Floridian
Called to His Eternal Rest on
TEVETH 25th. 5699-JANUARY 16th, 1939
"3a iae in UzaAU We. eaue Klehuui-
$A to. um SbfePM."
-TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHERE-
fMdiy eottfidentUd
-By PH3NEAS J. BIRON-
the Germans of course.- "" {he "end SttJ^CtfJft
This time the circumstances are before the final place is -Sened
somewhat different. The United Now, obviously we cannotho-
to get our hands on these people
Of the NazTsoTt jK appeaVthat w*
nations were never con- intend to ask that
Nations leaders are convinced of
the essential criminality of the
* "they" benhan*dC
as a condition of
either
sking for
records of the v'nced of the Kaiser's guilt. Spe- ed over either
Paris Peace Conference ." lflc.cnme* ha\e ^en carefully the
The
State
volumes
those we
the last
ted a? tho couraEe of our convictions. lute control of the <- i KfS"
Jhougnhe-pubHcaUon wafha/d-' J0^ ^iS^n? %\? *? *vei chaneVtoTck *j!
ly intended for that purpose. ret hi? f"?^t?1. ?%* Selve,8 "! the *rcat movements of
Certainly all the AUied nations ST'St ffv^oSe? olf.Si MSftWl!0 **? "
made the strongest kind of state- organizations to gather n "fui?Vf ^^ties. before
to forget
ments on the German atrocities facts and dates" and "have "e^Ub- wKaTfh Vhe Shance
of World War I. Lloyd George l.shed the pnnc pie tha? those m- This tfrLwh d,T tr
conducted hi, 'Khaki elections' dieted wilfbe t&ed in cS of tion^speak'of war^XM *\
of 1918 on the
criminals must be punished. He are alleged to have been commit- \
was returned to office by voters i ted. We*shall not nave^o depend theirw0?ds PUrpOSe *****
promise that war the countries where their crimes how totreat them*" th"*?""*1* and
be punished. He are alleged to haw h^n r.mmi,. .-i,,^..la} _\hem- ther are con-
YEAR-END CHECK-UP
With 1942 a page in history, let's glance back at the pro-
phecies the late Erik Jan Hanussen, Hitler's Jewish sooth-
sayer, left for that year Right on the nose was his pre-
diction that 1942 would see the complete collapse of France
as a great power and her loss of all her colonies And not
so far off was another prognostication stating that May 23,
1942, would witness "the fall of the man who wants to be
the ruler of the world by brute force" True, neither Hit-
ler nor Benito nor Hirohito fell on that day Btt Walter
Dane. Nazi Agriculture Minister, who had quite ambitious
pfcjjus for himself, was deposed from office on that day, and
hasn't been heard from since ... As for Hanussen's predic-
tions for 1943we'll give you a couple, and if it amuses you
you can check up on them a year from now One con-
cerns the present war, and declares that the "biggest sea
battle of all time" will take place in the South Seas some-
time this year And the other says that the most terrific
earhqual-e in many years will occur in Japan during 1943.
NEWS OF NEWSMEN
You can't discourage some people Here's F. B. Opper,
who used to be editor of the Shanghai Post, and only recent-
ly returned to these shores after having been interned by the
Japanese Now he's planning to return to China Op-
per. incidentally, is the grandson of the late Frederick Burr
Opper, creator of "Happy Hooligan" and "Alphonse and
Gaston" cartoons When Pierre van Paassen predicted
some months ago, in an article in Look magazine, that a se-
cret army which Stalin had in reserve, would launch an ir-
resistible offensive this winter, the military experts laughed
out loud Now their faces are red Van Paassen, by the
way is writing a play on a Jewish topic Lauqh of the
week was provided by Arthur Szyk with his New York Post
"FS?.1 nWmq ddled Adoli Maiming to Gory Goering:
ivjjyy-- Hemann***-
JEWISH FRONT
_?! ^e7know Predict that toe fight between the Zi-
omsto and anti-Zionists will develop on a wide fro^t though
jSlwSfffifi ?2 f American Jewish Com-
ma^. dusSor f^ 5&2rrz *SNeu-
SdTnTered d~^
the show at the^etiyere o7t5SS5 Plyer wh 8tle
"New Faces of 1943 "Ze8 uSS/\ newe8t muaica1'
o the Committee for f^tS^ES? *~ *Y
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)


FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1943
rJenisii fh>rId/an
PAGE FIVE
3
With the Houses of Worship
FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock: Late Services at 8:15 P. M.
SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.; Religioui School. Monday -Thursday. 3:
DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A.M. and 6:15 P. M-
CONG BETH DAVID
136 N. W Third AT*.. Miami
LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor
116 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1471
MAX SHAPIRO. lUU.bl
Realdence Phone. 3-3171
lira. Iula Margullea Reporting
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(GATE6 OP JUSTICE)
1646 8. W Third Street
Miami. Florida
TEMPLE ISRAEL
137 N. E. ISth St. Ph. 2-7746
RAUBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D.
Rabbi Emerltua
931 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach Ph. 6-1205
RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN
6400 LevQerce Drlce. Miami Reach
Phone 6-1738
Hillel Sabbath
Services Friday evening will
be conducted by the students,
representatives of the University
of Florida, University of Miami,
Florida State College for Women
and Emory. This Saturday is
designated as Hillel Sabbath, and
the guest speaker for the evening
will be Rabbi Amram Prero,
Hillel Counsellor at the Univer-
sity of Florida, who will be in-
troduced by Louis Heiman, state
chairman of Hillel activities. The
following students will partici-
pate in the services: Rita Futer-
fas, Herbert Glazeroff, Jack Gold-
man, Naomi Grossman, Dorothy
Levin, Sanford Nadler, Ted Sack-
owitz, Adele Sootin and Bobby
Traurig. Cantor Louis Hayman
and the boys and girls of Beth
David choir will officiate.
Immediately after- the services
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman will
serve as hosts at a reception in
honor of their wedding anniver-
sary.
Junior Congregation
Regular Sabbath services will
begin at 8:30 and Junior Congre-
gational services at 10:30 a. m.
Radio Hour
Rabbi Max Shapiro will con-
duct the Jewish hour over WIOD
Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to
6 o'clock.
Yahrxeiten
The following Yahrzeiten whose
names are inscribed in our Book
of Life will be observed this
month of Shebat. The anniver-
sary candle is lit the evening be-
fore the English date mentioned
until sunset of the day men-
tioned.
Chaim Shloma, brother of Dan-
iel Sepler, Jan. 7; Avrohom, in
memory of Abraham Schnell. Jan.
7;Yehudah Laeb, father of Fran-
cis Warshoff, Jan. 8; Anna Wein-
traub, mother of Joe Weintraub,
Jan. 9; Mendel Fishel, father of
Mrs. N. Sperling, Jan. 9; Louis
Simon, father of Murray Simon,
Jan. 10; Moshe, father of Mrs.
Wm. Friedman, Jan. 11; Rav.
Mordecha Laeb, father of Meyer
Schwartz, Jan. 12; Yaakov, fath-
er of Norman Rossman, Jan. 12;
Rivkah, mother of Mrs. Harry
Markowitz, Jan. 13; Yisroel Her-
schel, father of Adolph Haimcs,
Jan. 14; Leah Raezcl, mother of
H. Ray vis, Jan. 17; Yosef, in
memory of Joseph Aronson, Jan.
18; Yehudah Flevel, father of
Louis Weinkle, Jan. 18; Moshe
Zaev, son of Louis Markowitz,
Jan. 13; Eliyhou, father of Her-
bert Kleinman, Jan 13; Glicka,
mother of Mr. Hillman, Jan. 21;
Yitchock, father of Mrs. David
Brown, Jan. 21; Dovid, in mem-
ory of David Afremow, Jan. 21;
Ahron Shloma, husband of Ida
Marcus, Jan. 21; Sorah Bayleh,
Mrs. S. J. Pallott, Jan. 23; Esther,
mother of Jacob Sher, Jan. 23;
Chaim, father of Sol Rotfort,
Jan. 24; Chayim, father of B. L.
Leff, Jan. 27; Chaya Molka, moth-
er of Mohilner Family, Jan. 28;
Rivka, mother of Edward Fried-
man, Jan. 28; Tziporah, mother
of Mrs. Kate Marks, Jan. 30; To-
bias, father of Louis Borochoff,
Jan. 31; Nechoma, mother of Mrs.
Joe Schoenfeld, Feb. 1; Menashe,
father of Isador and David Kap-
lan, Feb. 2; Raeza, Rochel, moth-
er of Isadore Goldstein, Feb. 3;
Avrohom, father of Walter Co-
hen, Feb. 3; Hirsch, father of
Mrs. Dora Lieberman, Jan. 13.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE )
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.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
690 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Fla.
LEWIS GREEN, Sexton
1441 8. W. Fifth Street
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41st Street, Miami Beach
Phone 58-1961
8. M. MACMTHI. Rabbi
1469 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami
Phone 2-2579
Guest Rabbi
The congregation is most grati-
fied to welcome Rabbi Joseph
Rackovsky as its guest Saturday,
Jan. 2nd. Rabbi Rackovsky is a
member of the Union of Orthodox
Rabbis and was ordained by some
of the greatest rabbis of this cen-
tury, including the late revered
Rabbi KuoK, chief rabbi of Pales-
tine. Rabbi Rackovsky, in addi-
tion to his learning, enjoys an
enviable reputation as a cantor
of the first magnitude. Rabbi
Rackovsky will address the con-
gregation Saturday morning, his
topic being the Portion of the
Week, and will chant the services
including the benediction of the
approaching month of Shevat. All
members and non-members, men
and women alike, are cordially
invited to attend services.
Services
Services Friday evening, Jan.
1st, will commence at 6 o'clock
and services Saturday will com-
mence at 9:00 a. m. Saturday
evening services at 5:15 o'clock.
Shalosh S'oodoss
Max Rifas, our worthy presi-
dent, will arrange a special Sha-
losh S'oodoss at 5:30 p. m. Satur-
day. Rabbi Rackovsky will be
guest speaker.
Meetings
A regular meeting of the board
of directors of the congregation
will be held on Tuesday evening
at 8 o'clock in the synagogue
building.
Yahrseits
25 Teveth, Rushe Grossman,
mother of Henry Grossman.
26 Teveth, Fanny Yetta Saiet,
mother of Isaac Saiet.
27 Teveth, Judah Louis Rifas,
father of Max Rifas.
Sabbath Eve Services
Friday evening, Jan. 1 at 8:15
o'clock a service of "Prayers for
Victory," on the occasion of the
beginning of the secular New
Year 1943, will be conducted by
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The
musical service will be present-
ed by the Temple Israel Choir,
consisting of Arturo di Filippi,
tenor; Evelyn Raff, soprano; Mary
Hirtenstein, contralto; Emory
Krieger, baritone; Frances Tar-
boux, organist and choir direct-
ress.
Sabbath Morning Services
Services Saturday morning,
Jan. 2 at 11 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis
announce the bar mitzvah cele-
bration of their son David, to be
held at the Temple Israel ser-
vices Saturday morning. A buf-
fet reception in honor of the bar
mitzvah will be tendered by his
parents, following the services.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services Jan 1st the
memory of the following will be
hallowed:
Recently departed: Cora Han-
nah Greenwood, mother of Mor-
ton Greenwood.
Yahrzeits: Emma Stein, moth-
er of Mrs. I. Kaufman; Leopold
Ackerman, father of Leo Acker-
man and Mrs. L. Lichtenstetter;
Florence Kurlander, mother of
Julian Kurlander; Samuel Lieb-
ling, brother of Norman Liebling;
Benjamin Wertheimer, brother of
A. Wertheimer; Frank L. Simon,
father of Herbert A. Simon; Mich-
ael Selig Magid, father of Harry
I. Magid; Nancy Williams, daugh-
ter of Mrs. Lovitz and Henry D.
Williams. Redanah Joffe, mother
of Isaac Joffe.
Floral offerings of the last
few weeks presented in honor of
Stuart Jacobs, bar mitzvah, and
Harold Weinberg, bar mitzvah.
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
1415 Euolid Avenue, Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL PENSION, Rabbi
1636 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 6-4731 or 6-4732
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1801 South Andrewa Avenue
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
706 S. E. 9th Street Ph. 1418
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood meeting, Monday at
8 p. m.
Sisterhood night at the Fort
Lauderdale Service Men's Club
canteen, Wednesday from 6 to
11 p. in.
YESHIVA CENTER
346 Michigan Avenue
Miami Beach
Sabbath Services
Judge Louis Bandel, formerly
night city judge of Miami, who
has just returned from an ex-
tensive world cruise, will be the
guest speaker at Beth Sholom
Center at 8:15 tonight. His sub-
ject will be "A Jewish Haven."
At the social period following
the services hostesses will be
Mrs. D. Newman, Mrs. Matilda
Monnett, and Mrs. Jennie Kam-
ren.
Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach
during the Sabbath service which
begins at 9 a. m. tomorrow. His
subject will be "The Burning
Bush." Zara Coen will be host at
the Kiddush after the service.
At the Minchah service at 5 p.
m. tomorrow Rabbi Machtei will
deliver a Yiddish discourse on
"Problems of Leadership." A
Se'udah Shlishis will follow.
Adult Class
"How Old Are You?" will be
the subject of the lesson by Rab-
bi S. M. Machtei at the adult
class in Jewish Science at 11 a.
m. on Sunday.
Assembly Program
The Sunday School assembly
program will be presented by pu-
pils of Sam Paetro's class at 10
a. m. on Sunday in the Ellis room
of the Center.
Meetings
The Sisterhood will hold its
regular meeting at the Center at
8 p m on Tuesday. This will be
preceeded by a Choral Group re-
hearsal of hymns, with Mrs. Jen-
nie Kamren at the piano and
Cantor Julius Rosenstein leading
the singing.
A meeting of the members of
Beth Sholom Center will be held
at 8 p. m. on Wednesday. Pres-
ident Alfred B. Rosenstein has
announced that the special busi-
ness of the meeting will be the
final reading of the Constitution
and By-Laws of Beth Sholom
Center. The proposed By-Laws
are now posted on the bulletin
board for inspection by the mem-
bers. New members are especial-
ly urgd to attend.
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.
SHAARAY TEEILA
440 Hepanola War Miami Beach
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
20 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
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Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitzvaha
Services will be held Friday
and Saturday. Sholash Sudas
will take place Saturday at 5:30
p. m.
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.
The Bible Class, conducted by
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi
711 I^enox Avenue, Phone G-1328
MAI'HU'E MAMCHES. Cantor
621 Lenox Ave. Ph. 5-7133
Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak Friday night on the subject
"Losing Count." The service be-
gins at 8:30 o'clock. Cantor Mau-
rice Mamches will lead in the
communal singing. Service men
are invited.
Sabbath Sermon
"The House of Israel" will be
be the subject of the preachment
by Rabbi Mescheloff this Satur-
day morning. Junior Congrega-
tional services will be held at 9
a. m. in our Community Build-
ing.
Service Club
Our Community Building is
devoted to service men every
week day evening from 7 to 11
o'clock. All service men are wel-
come. Refreshments are served
nightly. Sandwiches are served
Sunday afternoons and evenings.
Games and programs of enter-
Rabbi's Son to Preach at
Jewish Center
M. Nathaniel Bension, son of
Dr. Samuel Bension, will speak
at the services of the Miami
Beach Jewish Community Cen-
ter, 1415 Euclid Avenue, on Fri-
day, January 1st at 8 p. m. His
subject will be "Noblesse Oblige."
The young man is a student at the
Hebrew Union College at Cin-
cinnati. He is a graduate of
New York University and re-
ceived his Hebrew training in
the Holy Land. Cantor Abra-
ham D. Wolf and the Center choir
will render the musical portion
of the services.
The subject of Dr. Bension's
sermon on Saturday, January 2,
will be "The Root of Anti-Sem-
itism." At 6 p. m. a Sabbath Joy
Social for service men will take
place. Community singing is on
the program and refreshments
are served.
Sacred Concert
A concert of sacred music by
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf has
been arranged for Sunday, Jan.
17th at 8 p. m. in the Center au-
ditorium. He will be assisted by
a number of prominent artists.
Admission fee is one dollar. Tick-
ets may be obtained at the Cen-
ter office.
General Meeting
The first general membership
meeting of the year will be held
on Tuesday, January 12th at 8
p. m. in the Center auditorium.
Dr. Samuel Bension will address
the meeting. Reports will be
rendered on all activities since
the last general meeting in April,
No member should fail to attend.
Illustrated Lecture on Palestine
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Hook
made a profound impression last
Sunday night on a large audi-
ence which heard their very in-
teresting lecture on Palestine and
the amazing industrial develop-
ment in the Holy Land by the
Jewish settlers.
At the insistent request of
many who were present Mr. and
Mrs. Hook graciously consented
to give a second lecture on Sun-
day, January 3rd at 8 p. m. in
the Center auditorium. The lec-
ture will be illustrated by more
than 100 stereopticon views of
Jewish and general interest in
Palestine.
This meeting will be under the
auspices of the newly organized
Miami Beach Zionist District.
Jack Felt will preside.
Dedication Exercises and Annual
Dinner
The consecration of the Holy
Ark and pulpit furniture donated
by Samuel Friedland and the
Siyum Hatorah of the Holy Scroll,
donated by Mr. and Mrs. K.
Burns, will be celebrated on
Sunday, Jan. 24th at 8 p. m.
with beautiful and impressive ex-
ercises. Admission is free and
the general public is welcome.
On Sunday, February 21st at 7
p. m. the Testimonial Dinner in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Friedland, first vice president of
the Center, will be held in the
Center Social Hall. Reservations
are five dollars per person and
since the space is limited reser-
vations should be made as soon as
possible at the Center office.
Jacob L. Andron.' the president tainment are presented through-
of the congregation, takes place c
daily at 7:15. All are invited.
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1943
r
FROM THE
SWIVEL
CHAIR
William
I.
Boxermu
The views expressed by Mr Boxer-
man ar.- his own and do not nec-
essarily represent the opinion of
The Jewish Floridian.
[tie more informed on their im-
plications and a little more de-
termined to do something about
them, then we have served our
purpose well.
Gut Shabbos and au revoir!
Editor's Note: During the past |
two years we have been fortun-!
ate in having as a weekly feat-
ure of our publication, \Vm. I.
Boxerman's presentation "The
Swivel Chair." Since its incep-
tion, the column has been gra-
ciously received by our readers
with much favorable comment.
We regret its discontinuance, ne- \
cessitated by Mr. Boxerman leav-
ing the city for Jacksonville.
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Finis
Thus ends the publication of
the column "From the Swivel
Chair" "Tis time to say good-
bye or. perhaps more appropri-
ately, au revoir We must take
our swivel chair and moving on-
ward, plant it in new surround-
ings.
The wheel of time turns fast.
It seems but yesterday that we
stepped off the FEC streamliner
after a trip from the infinitely
harsher Detroit weather And
now we g" northward again .
Not far north, it is true, but just
far enough to get again the :
of the cold.
One hundred and four con-
utive columns have appeared
since we came to Miami exactly
two years ago on New Year's
Day ... It has been fun talking
to you this way week after week.
We hope you have enjoyed our j
remarksthose of you who got!
into the habit of reading them.
We have tried to give you a
glimpse, here and there, of the
problems lacing American Jew- I
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made you a little more conscious I
of the vicissitudes ahead, a lit-
(CONTINLED FROM PAGE 9)
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeiten ol
loved ones in-
scribed in our Book of Life, and
whose Yahrzeiten occur this com-
ing ntioned from
pulpit during the services
this Friday r, .
Yisroel Yehuah, father of Mrs.
Dave Solomon: Herschel, brother
of Mrs. Anna Washerman; Yudel
Dovid. father of Mrs. Ida Ham-
mer: Chaim Shloma. brother of
Daniel Sepler: Avrohom. in m
ory of Abraham Schnell: Yehu-
ih< r of Francis War-
shoff.
Sunday School P.T.A. Carnival
The annual P.T.A. carnival for
the students of our Sunday
School and their parents will take
place- Sunday. January 10 from 12
:. to -4 p. m. under the chair-
hip of Mrs Samuel Dick- \
A booth for the .-all- ol U
S. Stamps and War Bonds will
n all afternoon.
Book Series
The first series of book re-,
to be sponsored by Belli
David Sisterhood, and to lie giv-
en by Rabbi Max Shapiro, will
be held Monday evening. Jan-
uary 18th at Beth David audi-
torium. Contact office for your
tickets.
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A music appreciation hour un-
der the direction of Miss Ceha
Traurig is a weekly feature on
Wednesday nights.
Sisterhood Membership Tea
The annual Sisterhood mem-;
bership tea will be held Monday, i
January 11th at 2 o'clock at the>
home of Rabbi and Mrs. Mesch-
eloff, 711 Lenox Axenue.
Mrs. Isidore Freedman. presi-
dent of the Women's Branch of
the Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America, will
be guest speaker.
A book review will be present-1
ed by Mrs. Louis Werfl, wife of!
the Jewish chaplain of Boca Ra-
ton, and formerly of Birmingham.
Ala. A song recital will be ten-
dered by Miss Maria Ross. Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff will deliver the
invocation. Refreshments will be
served. Members and their
friendl are all invited.
Daughters of Israel Bridge
The Daughters of Israel will
hold a bridge party at the Sea
Breeze Hotel, Collins Avenue and
2nd Street. Tuesday afternoon,
January 12th, at 2 o'clock. Re-
freshments will be served.
Congratulations
Mazul Tov to Pvt. Ben Tzod-
ikov and Miss Beatrice Babad,
and their families, on their mar-
riage Saturday night. The cere-
mony was performed in the Babad
home by Rabbi Mescheloff.
Vale of Tears
Our deepest sympathies to the
family of the late David Lincoln.
Funeral service was performed
by our rabbi with the assistance
of our cantor. May the Almighty
conosle the bereaved.
Refuo Shlayrao
We wish Master Jack, son of
Max Feit, a speedy and complete
recovery.
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
ItS N. W. Fifth Av,.., Miami
i Friday evening services at 6:15
i o'clock. Saturday morning ser-
| vices at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M.
Kagan will speak on "The Por-
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PAGE SEVEN
Tidbits from Ererywhere
STftlCTiy COmDEflffiL
By PHINEAS J. BIRON
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4)
military Intelligence
Somewhere along the long At-
lantic coast line of these United
States there's a strip of beach
officially known among the Coast
Guard as Dinah Shore, in honor
of our favorite radio warbler .
But where that shore is the Coast
Guard won't tell, claiming it's a
military secret From some
where in England comes the
news that at a certain American
Army base all the Christian sol-
diers had Christmas furloughs
because their Jewish comrades,
of whom there were a good
many in that particular unit, vol-
unteered for all the necessary
routine duties for Christmas Day
so that the Christian boys were
able to get off The Jewish
Welfare Board, which somehow
had acquired a couple of type-
writers that once belonged to
Bundist Fritz Kuhn, made a
point of presenting them to the
USO headquarters at Manhattan
Beach, New York Private Eli
Lloyd Hoffman, who used to be
one of Broadway's crackerjack
press agents, proudly reports
that he is now a full-fledged radio
technician Beatrice Kay,
the night club singer who has
been conducting a silk stocking
salvage campaign, is very happy
about the title "paracutie" voted
her by soldiers training for par-
achuting at a Texas air field .
The title means that Beatrice is
the girl they'd most like to find1
waiting for them when they land
from the sky Beatrice, inci-
dentally, is a great-grandniece of
Samuel Gompers, first president
of the American Federation of
Labor.
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Universal Jewish Encyclopedia,
which covers the alphabet from
Moses to the twelve Minor Pro-
phets We'll tell you more
about the contents of this volume
some other time For the
present we'll limit ourself to
pointing out that the Encyclope-
dia is 80 per cent published now,
and if you haven't yet ordered
your complete set of ten volumes
it is high time that you do so .
Ben Hecht has finished a new
play It's called "A Soldier's
Dream," and was written for the
specific purpose of production
for army camps Also to appear
shortly is Ben's New Yorker
"Profile" of Hollywood's Samuel
Goldwyn Novelist Jerome
Weidman is getting busier and
busier Now that he has fin-
ished a new novel, and his new
play is just about ready for
Broadway production with Sir
Cedric Hardwicke in the leading
role, he has a new jobediting
the collected works of Somerset
Maugham Dagmar Godowsky,
daughter of the late piano virtu-
oso and distinguished in. her own
' right as an actress, has turned
author Her first opus, "Much
Ado About Men," is practically
ready for publication.
ABOUT PEOPLE
Joseph Weiner, the former Ca-
nadian who is one of Washing-
ton's most distinguished econo-
-?......'"
IF
PALM BEACH NOTES
JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET
IN THE FOX BUILDING
MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative
A surpris party, honoring Nor-
ton Eisenberg, was given last
week by his parents. Home for
the holidays from University of
Florida, he had among his guests
Sheldon Birnbaum, Helena Held,
Albert Barash. Sara Auerbach,
Herman Held, Blanch Eisenberg,
Esther Barash, Donald Eisenberg,
and Sherlee Barish. A buffet
supper followed and assisting
Mrs. Eisenberg in serving was
Mrs. Jack Barash.
Mrs. J. Gulkis of Stuart, ac-
companied by her children, was
here this week visiting friends.
Mrs. Esther Walsh and infant
son are visiting in Palm Beach
for several days, with her moth-
er, Mrs. Freeman, 1801 S. Olive
avenue.
Friends of Mrs. Ida Sargent,
313 S. Sapodilla, will be glad to
learn that she is recuperating
from a recent illness.
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Director of Hillel activities at the
University of Florida, Gaines-
ville, is in Miami and was guest
speaker at Beth David at Friday
evening services. He addressed
several parlor gatherings during
his stay.
mists, is being mentioned for the
post of Director of the Office of
Civilian Supply of the War Pro-
duction Board Mrs. Maxim
Litvinoff, wife of the Russian
ambassaor to this country, has
just finished a new novel, which
will be published soon But,
to hear her tell it, this is quite
unimportant compared to the
achievement of her son, Mischa,
who has just been raised to the
rank of lieutenant in the Soviet
Air Force RCA prexy David
Sarnoff is a very busy man these
days, what with his war activi-
ties increasing by the hour, but
he's hoping that when the time
comesand it won't be long
he'll be able to spare some mom-
ents for the serious business of
being a grandfather The new
generation will be the offspring
of Ensign Robert Sarnoff of the
U. S. Navy Congratulations
to Providence's Rabbi Israel
Goldman on his engagement to
Mildred Goudal, of the technical
staff of the Jewish Theological
Seminary ... If Jack Benny
fails to appear on his regular
Sunday night radio spot one of
these weeks, you'll know that
he's given up his air appearances
for personal appearances at Army
camps And if Jack Pearl,
who has staked such a successful
comeback over the ether waves
with his "Baron Munchhausen."
turns up missing, it may be be-
cause he has realized his dream
to play straight drama on Broad-
way Former lightweight box-
ing champion Al Singer is train-
ing for another fight nowand
we don't mean a boxing match.
He's a private at Camp Upton.
And on this military note we
take leave of you and of the war
of 1942, and wish you all a Hap-
py New Year.
T
SIMPLY BY OJ. I.
Now that general rationing of
all foods is an assured fact, and
will be put into operation short-
ly, the following careful, simple
explanation of the point rationing
plan has been prepared by the
Office of Price Administration.
The basic facts on point rationing
have been outlined by the OPA,
and to assist in making the plan
successful the following should
be carefully studied:
Point rationing will be intro-
duced to Americans early in 1943
when War Rationing Book Two
is distributed. The purpose of
point rationing is to guarantee ev-
eryone a fair share of scarce but
essential goods while at the same
time giving everyone a variety of
items from which to choose.
There are three chief differ-
ences between point rationing
and the coupon rationing which
is now in effect for sugar and
coffee. The first important dif-
ference is this: Under straight
coupon rationing one single cou-
pon entitles the consumer to buy
a specific amount of a single
commodity, such as, one sugar
coupon entitles you to buy three
pounds of sugar. But in point ra-
tioning one set of coupons cov-
ers a whole group of commodi-
ties. For instance, your week's
meat ration coupons would en-
able you to choose your ration
freely among beef, veal, lamb or
mutton.
The second important differ-
ence is this: The coupons in
point rationing are of different
denominations. Those to be spent
in one week, for example, will
include a one-point coupon, a
two-point coupon, a five-point
coupon and an eight-point cou-
pon.
The third important difference
is, the various rationed items
within one group will have dif-
ferent point values. For exam-
ple, tenderloin steak, being rela-
tively scarcer, might have a high
point value and require a larger
number of coupons, while ham-
burger, being available in great-
er quantities, would have a low-
er point value. Thus, in exchange
for a ration coupon worth eight
points, the housewife might be
able to obtain one pound of tend-
erloin steak for four pounds of
hamburger. (Point values have
NOT been set yet; values used
here are for illustration only.)
The government will set the
point value of each item within
the group of rationed products
and issue an official list. Point
values will be based on available
supplies and will vary as supplies
of particular items increase or
decrease.
The number on each stamp
tells how many points the stamp
is worth. The letter on each
1 stamp tells for what period it is
| good. The government will an-
: nounce these periods in advance.
TWO FAMOUS AMERICANS TALK IT THROUGH
IN THE MAILBOX
From the committee of the "Dr.
Jacob H. Kaplan Testimonial
Dinner," held last week at Temple
Israel, of which Dr. Kaplan is
Rabbi Emeritus, comes the re-
quest to print a congratulatory
message received too late to be
read at the affair. We are hap-
py to oblige.The Editor.
Our greetings to a true lead-
er in Israel. Once again, may
your birthday anniversary create
the opportunities for stock tak-
ing on the part of Jews in Great-
er Miami, to uphold your ideals
in behalf of truth and righteous-
ness for Israel's sake and human-
ity's weal. May you and your
wife continue for many years to
serve the Lord our God, and Is-
rael our people.
Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro.
Wendell L. Willkic. American "civilian ambassador," and Miss Hen-
rietta Szold. founder of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization
of America, shown talking together in Miss Szold's study in Jerusa-
lem, Palestine, during Mr. Willkie's one hour visit with her recently.
Miss Szold celebrated her eighty-second birthday on December 21.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1943
PAGE EIGHT
B'nai BYith
Notes
By Paul WeiUman
That's what Presidents are for
-to see that everything is done.
So when President Louis Hei-
man learned we fell down on
the job and didn't turn out a
column last week, he wrote one
so "B'nai B'rith Notes were
there while we were AWOL. And
our pliable conscience is both-
ering us because not one word of
reproach did we receive from
him. Thanks. Lou.we've never
had a ghost writer before, al-
though we have acted in that ca-
capity.
Hillel Night at Beth Dand
Rabbi Amram Prero. Hillel di-
rector at the University of Flor-
ida, at Gainesville. Florida, will
be guest speaker at the Beth
David Congregation Friday eve-
ning. January 1st. 1943. This
evening has been set apart as
Hillel Night, and to further round
out the evening, services will be
conducted by students of the Uni-
versity of Miami, University of
Florida, and stuents from Hillel
units of other colleges and uni-
versities who are in Miami on
vacation during this holiday sea-
son.
Rabbi Prero will be in Miami
for too short a time to permit
his attendance at the next meet-
ing of Sholem Lodge, so members
and their wives are urged to at-
tend services at Beth David on
Hillel Night.
During his stay, plans have
been arranged by Louis Heiman
for Rabbi Prero to meet as many
of the officers and members of
Sholem Lodge as is possible in
the absence of a public function.
On Wednesday evening, a private
reception was held in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman.
and on Monday evening Rabbi
Prero will be at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, where
other officers and members of
Sholem Lodge will have an op-
portunity of informally meeting
him.
Since it is obviously impossi-
ble for many people to greet
Rabbi Prero, all are urged to at-
tend the Beth David Congrega-
REAL ESTATEMIAMI BEACH
good wishes of the many friends
he has made in Miami.
Odds and Ends
Some very interesting stories
could be told by Judge Louis
Bandel. back from a long trip to
I Egypt, around Africa, as a mem-
ber of the Merchant Marine.
Judge Bandel left before the
North African offensive, but he
has the satisfaction that supplies
are already being used by Amer-
icans in Africa Captain Al
Dubbin, stationed at Louisville,
Ky., was in Miami for a visit .
Anna Brenner Meyers, wife of
Brother Benjamin Meyers, has
visory Board for Miami by Gov-
ernor Holland's wife.
WAR BONDS
tion at which time they are sure
to hear of the Hillel activities
which are bearing fruit on cam-
puses all over the country.
New Offices Assume Duties been"appo7nte7to~~thc WAAC Ad-
A new year, so a new set oi __mJ ,,,. Miami hv Gov-
officers. or perhaps the old set
painted over, takes over the act-
ive operation of Sholem Lodge. I
This is a good time to resolve
to take a more active interest
in the organization. Regular at-
tendance at meetings is one
way; serving on committees is
another. There is a tremendous
amount of work, and the con-
certed effort of every member
would insure a banner year for,
the Lodge. And the success of the
Lodge can be measured only in
the service it renders to the com-
munity.
i Following is a list of the stand-
ing committees of Sholem Lodge.
Every member, without excep-
tion, is requested to examine
them closely, and invited to vol-
unteer for service on one or more
committees, for which he may
have particular qualifications.
The committees are: Americani-
zation. Arbitration, Anti-Defam-
ation Committee. A. Z. A.. Blood
The mess kit is one of the most
important items in the Soldier's
equipment It consists generally of
a pan. a plastic canteen and cup. a
fork, knife and spoon, all in a can-
vas pack cover. Tha total coat runs
up to about $2 00.
Canteens and other arms such as
ation C?mm.ucc A". n.dle8 on knives and forks. former-
Bank. B nai B nth News (Lodge (- m-d- M ,Iuminlim. .re now dI.s-
Monthly Bulletin). Emergency
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
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Defense Committee. Jewish Flor-,
idian Column B'nai B'rith Notes,
Constitution and By-Laws. En-
tertainment. Finance, Initiation
and Ritual, Intellectual Advance-
ment, Meetings (Program ar-
rangements) Membership. Mem-
bership Retention, Publicity,:
Public Relations, Refreshments,
Resolutions, Refugees, Sick and
Visiting, Student Union, Voca-
tional Guidance.
Drop a post card to the B'nai
B'rith office, 650 Scybold Build-1
ing, and state the committees up-
on which you could serve, or call
3-6391 and leave your name, to-
gether with the committees you
prefer to serve uponand please
do it now.
A. D. L.
William Boxerman. Regional
Director of the Anti-Defamation
League, has resigned this post
for other important work in I
Jacksonville. His successor is,
expected soon to pick up where
Bill left off. Bill has done an |
jexcellent job while in Miami and!
despite his undertaking other I
work, we are sure that anti-de-
famation work is something that
will be with him always. BUI j
Boxerman takes with him the
ly made of aluminum, are now plas-
tic. Alloy nas replaced stainleas
steel. You can buy many ot these
mess kits for our boys with your
purchases of War Bonds and Stamps.
Invest at least 10 percent of your
income in War Bonds or Stamps ev-
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Home Camp Reunion
One hundred eight children at-
tended a reunion of the Miami
Home Camp at the "Y last
Tuesday afternoon. It was a de-
lightful spectacle to see all the
youngsters renewing old friends
and acquaintances of the sum-
mer, singing the camp songs,
cheering, and generally having
a good time.
The children staged an im-
promptu amateur contest and
prizes were awarded as follows:
seniors. Ruth Bluth, Estelle Levy
and Felice Babson; intermediates,
Dennis Wepman and Loretta Kes-
tenman; kindergarten, Dolores
Schatzman and Judy Rose. Rob-
ert Friedman acted as master of
ceremonies. The judges were
Mrs. Max Shapiro. Dorothy
Lightman, and Madaline Schul-
man. Mrs. Schaffcr. Mrs. Lev-
inson. and Mrs. Grossman were
in charge of arrangements.
Bowling
The Bombardiers took the lead
in the Y. M. H. A. Duck Pin
League Monday night at the
Palace Bowling Alleys by win-
ning three games from the Hi-
Fliers. This puts the Commandos
into third place while the Rang-
lers took a 2 to 1 decision over
;the Tigers. George Chertkof of
the Rangers was high scorer roll-
ing a 145 game and 352 set.
The Duck Pin League has
pledged all its members to roll
in the War Bond tournament now
in progress. This tournament is
open to all members of the Y. M.
H. A. Everyone is invited and
asked to join this fine project.
The winner of the tournament
will be given a War Bond. For
further information, call the Y.
M. H. A.
"Y" Basketball Team Shows Good
Sportsmanship
Chet Smith, physical director
of the Y. M. C. A., called our
executive director, Mr. Maurice
Grossman, and said that he
wanted to pay tribute to the
splendid sportsmanship shown by
the Y. M. H. A. basketball team ;
last Monday night. Our team'
I was scheduled to play one of the
service men teams in the League.
I The latter did not show up on!
1 time. Under all just rules and
regulations, a forfeit could have
been declared legitimately and
we would have won, but our
manager, Ed Stein, showed the
El' true American spirit by waiting.
The team came late and played.
beating our team by a small mar-
gin. Nevertheless, the "Y" good
will stands out first and fore-
most. Congratulations to you Ed
Stein!
Happy New Year to All
As 1942 draws to a close, the
officers, members of the boards
of directors, and general mem-
bers of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A.
wish each and everyone of you
a happy and prosperous New
Yeara year that will bring
peace and happinses to the whole
world.
THE "FUEHRER" TESTIFIES
"Hitler in his speech called at-
tention to the different stuff of
which Reichstag members are
made now. In the last war, out
of two million dead, 'only two
Reichstag members fell on the
battlefield.' Up to date 39 mem-
bers of Hitler's Reichstag have
given their lives for the Fuehrer
out of a much smaller total of
German deadalleged.
"What the Fuehrer did not
have time to mention was that
the first Reichstag member who
gave his life in the last war was
a Jew; and if he was one out of
only two Reichstag members
killed in the whole war that
would be a very high Jewish ra-
tio when one recalls that the
Jews were less than 1 per cent of
the German population. Because
Hitler had only three hours at
his disposal he presumably had
no time to mention this case of
Dr. Ludwig Frank, one of the
Socialist leaders in the Reichstag,
who volunteered for war at the
age of 46 and was killed on Sept.
14, 1914, at Luneville."Editorial
comment. N. Y. Times, Nov. 11,
1942.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1943 -Jewlsti thx-kUan PAGE SEVEN Tidbits from Ererywhere STftlCTiy COmDEflffiL By PHINEAS J. BIRON (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4) MILITARY INTELLIGENCE Somewhere along the long Atlantic coast line of these United States there's a strip of beach officially known among the Coast Guard as Dinah Shore, in honor of our favorite radio warbler But where that shore is the Coast Guard won't tell, claiming it's a military secret From some where in England comes the news that at a certain American Army base all the Christian soldiers had Christmas furloughs— because their Jewish comrades, of whom there were a good many in that particular unit, volunteered for all the necessary routine duties for Christmas Day so that the Christian boys were able to get off The Jewish Welfare Board, which somehow had acquired a couple of typewriters that once belonged to Bundist Fritz Kuhn, made a point of presenting them to the USO headquarters at Manhattan Beach, New York Private Eli Lloyd Hoffman, who used to be one of Broadway's crackerjack press agents, proudly reports that he is now a full-fledged radio technician Beatrice Kay, the night club singer who has been conducting a silk stocking salvage campaign, is very happy about the title "paracutie" voted her by soldiers training for parachuting at a Texas air field The title means that Beatrice is the girl they'd most like to find 1 waiting for them when they land from the sky Beatrice, incidentally, is a great-grandniece of Samuel Gompers, first president of the American Federation of Labor. READER'S GUIDE Just out is Volume Eight of the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, which covers the alphabet from Moses to the twelve Minor Prophets We'll tell you more about the contents of this volume some other time For the present we'll limit ourself to pointing out that the Encyclopedia is 80 per cent published now, and if you haven't yet ordered your complete set of ten volumes it is high time that you do so Ben Hecht has finished a new play It's called "A Soldier's Dream," and was written for the specific purpose of production for army camps Also to appear shortly is Ben's New Yorker "Profile" of Hollywood's Samuel Goldwyn Novelist Jerome Weidman is getting busier and busier Now that he has finished a new novel, and his new play is just about ready for Broadway production with Sir Cedric Hardwicke in the leading role, he has a new job—editing the collected works of Somerset Maugham Dagmar Godowsky, daughter of the late piano virtuoso and distinguished in. her own right as an actress, has turned author Her first opus, "Much Ado About Men," is practically ready for publication. ABOUT PEOPLE Joseph Weiner, the former Canadian who is one of Washington's most distinguished econo%  —? %  % %  %  %  '" %  IF PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE, 226 S. OLIVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK. Representative A surpris party, honoring Norton Eisenberg, was given last week by his parents. Home for the holidays from University of Florida, he had among his guests Sheldon Birnbaum, Helena Held, Albert Barash. Sara Auerbach, Herman Held, Blanch Eisenberg, Esther Barash, Donald Eisenberg, and Sherlee Barish. A buffet supper followed and assisting Mrs. Eisenberg in serving was Mrs. Jack Barash. Mrs. J. Gulkis of Stuart, accompanied by her children, was here this week visiting friends. Mrs. Esther Walsh and infant son are visiting in Palm Beach for several days, with her mother, Mrs. Freeman, 1801 S. Olive avenue. Friends of Mrs. Ida Sargent, 313 S. Sapodilla, will be glad to learn that she is recuperating from a recent illness. "EAT HOLSUM BREAD" AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach. Florida For the Best in Dairy Products ALFAR CREAMERY CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serring Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE %  CM CVBAM CORNELIUS INSURANCE AGENCY 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fir* and all Kindred Line* of Insurance RABBI AMRAM PRERO Director of Hillel activities at the University of Florida, Gainesville, is in Miami and was guest speaker at Beth David at Friday evening services. He addressed several parlor gatherings during his stay. mists, is being mentioned for the post of Director of the Office of Civilian Supply of the War Production Board Mrs. Maxim Litvinoff, wife of the Russian ambassaor to this country, has just finished a new novel, which will be published soon But, to hear her tell it, this is quite unimportant compared to the achievement of her son, Mischa, who has just been raised to the rank of lieutenant in the Soviet Air Force RCA prexy David Sarnoff is a very busy man these days, what with his war activities increasing by the hour, but he's hoping that when the time comes—and it won't be long— he'll be able to spare some moments for the serious business of being a grandfather The new generation will be the offspring of Ensign Robert Sarnoff of the U. S. Navy Congratulations to Providence's Rabbi Israel Goldman on his engagement to Mildred Goudal, of the technical staff of the Jewish Theological Seminary ... If Jack Benny fails to appear on his regular Sunday night radio spot one of these weeks, you'll know that he's given up his air appearances for personal appearances at Army camps And if Jack Pearl, who has staked such a successful comeback over the ether waves with his "Baron Munchhausen." turns up missing, it may be because he has realized his dream— to play straight drama on Broadway Former lightweight boxing champion Al Singer is training for another fight now—and we don't mean a boxing match. He's a private at Camp Upton. And on this military note we take leave of you and of the war of 1942, and wish you all a Happy New Year. T SIMPLY BY OJ. I. Now that general rationing of all foods is an assured fact, and will be put into operation shortly, the following careful, simple explanation of the point rationing plan has been prepared by the Office of Price Administration. The basic facts on point rationing have been outlined by the OPA, and to assist in making the plan successful the following should be carefully studied: Point rationing will be introduced to Americans early in 1943 when War Rationing Book Two is distributed. The purpose of point rationing is to guarantee everyone a fair share of scarce but essential goods while at the same time giving everyone a variety of items from which to choose. There are three chief differences between point rationing and the coupon rationing which is now in effect for sugar and coffee. The first important difference is this: Under straight coupon rationing one single coupon entitles the consumer to buy a specific amount of a single commodity, such as, one sugar coupon entitles you to buy three pounds of sugar. But in point rationing one set of coupons covers a whole group of commodities. For instance, your week's meat ration coupons would enable you to choose your ration freely among beef, veal, lamb or mutton. The second important difference is this: The coupons in point rationing are of different denominations. Those to be spent in one week, for example, will include a one-point coupon, a two-point coupon, a five-point coupon and an eight-point coupon. The third important difference is, the various rationed items within one group will have different point values. For example, tenderloin steak, being relatively scarcer, might have a high point value and require a larger number of coupons, while hamburger, being available in greater quantities, would have a lower point value. Thus, in exchange for a ration coupon worth eight points, the housewife might be able to obtain one pound of tenderloin steak for four pounds of hamburger. (Point values have NOT been set yet; values used here are for illustration only.) The government will set the point value of each item within the group of rationed products and issue an official list. Point values will be based on available supplies and will vary as supplies of particular items increase or decrease. The number on each stamp tells how many points the stamp is worth. The letter on each 1 stamp tells for what period it is | good. The government will an: nounce these periods in advance. TWO FAMOUS AMERICANS TALK IT THROUGH IN THE MAILBOX From the committee of the "Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan Testimonial Dinner," held last week at Temple Israel, of which Dr. Kaplan is Rabbi Emeritus, comes the request to print a congratulatory message received too late to be read at the affair. We are happy to oblige.—The Editor. Our greetings to a true leader in Israel. Once again, may your birthday anniversary create the opportunities for stock taking on the part of Jews in Greater Miami, to uphold your ideals in behalf of truth and righteousness for Israel's sake and humanity's weal. May you and your wife continue for many years to serve the Lord our God, and Israel our people. Rabbi and Mrs. Max Shapiro. Wendell L. Willkic. American "civilian ambassador," and Miss Henrietta Szold. founder of Hadassah. the Women's Zionist Organization of America, shown talking together in Miss Szold's study in Jerusalem, Palestine, during Mr. Willkie's one hour visit with her recently. Miss Szold celebrated her eighty-second birthday on December 21. TENNESSEE POULTRY CO. QUALITY FRYERS OUR SPECIALTY FRESH KILLED POULTRY 1340 S. W. Sth St. Phone 9-2585 for SAFETY... and Liberal Returns Place Your Funds In §A§E FEMtAL Cs^MsWU sliTsr /<


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FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1943 PAGE EIGHT B'nai BYith Notes By Paul WeiUman That's what Presidents are for -to see that everything is done. So when President Louis Heiman learned we fell down on the job and didn't turn out a column last week, he wrote one so "B'nai B'rith Notes were there while we were AWOL. And our pliable conscience is bothering us because not one word of reproach did we receive from him. Thanks. Lou.—we've never had a ghost writer before, although we have acted in that cacapity. Hillel Night at Beth Dand Rabbi Amram Prero. Hillel director at the University of Florida, at Gainesville. Florida, will be guest speaker at the Beth David Congregation Friday evening. January 1st. 1943. This evening has been set apart as Hillel Night, and to further round out the evening, services will be conducted by students of the University of Miami, University of Florida, and stuents from Hillel units of other colleges and universities who are in Miami on vacation during this holiday season. Rabbi Prero will be in Miami for too short a time to permit his attendance at the next meeting of Sholem Lodge, so members and their wives are urged to attend services at Beth David on Hillel Night. During his stay, plans have been arranged by Louis Heiman for Rabbi Prero to meet as many of the officers and members of Sholem Lodge as is possible in the absence of a public function. On Wednesday evening, a private reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Heiman. and on Monday evening Rabbi Prero will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle, where other officers and members of Sholem Lodge will have an opportunity of informally meeting him. Since it is obviously impossible for many people to greet Rabbi Prero, all are urged to attend the Beth David CongregaREAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH good wishes of the many friends he has made in Miami. Odds and Ends Some very interesting stories could be told by Judge Louis Bandel. back from a long trip to I Egypt, around Africa, as a member of the Merchant Marine. Judge Bandel left before the North African offensive, but he has the satisfaction that supplies are already being used by Americans in Africa Captain Al Dubbin, stationed at Louisville, Ky., was in Miami for a visit Anna Brenner Meyers, wife of Brother Benjamin Meyers, has visory Board for Miami by Governor Holland's wife. WAR BONDS tion at which time they are sure to hear of the Hillel activities which are bearing fruit on campuses all over the country. New Offices Assume Duties been"appo7nte7to~~thc WAAC AdA new year, so a new set oi „ mJ ,,,. Miami hv Govofficers. or perhaps the old set painted over, takes over the active operation of Sholem Lodge. I This is a good time to resolve to take a more active interest in the organization. Regular attendance at meetings is one way; serving on committees is another. There is a tremendous amount of work, and the concerted effort of every member would insure a banner year for, the Lodge. And the success of the Lodge can be measured only in the service it renders to the community. i Following is a list of the standing committees of Sholem Lodge. Every member, without exception, is requested to examine them closely, and invited to volunteer for service on one or more committees, for which he may have particular qualifications. The committees are: Americanization. Arbitration, Anti-Defamation Committee. A. Z. A.. Blood The mess kit is one of the most important items in the Soldier's equipment It consists generally of a pan. a plastic canteen and cup. a fork, knife and spoon, all in a canvas pack cover. Tha total coat runs up to about $2 00. Canteens and other arms such as ation C?mm.ucc A %  %  .• n .„ dle8 on knives and forks. formerBank. B nai B nth News (Lodge (m-dM Iuminlim .re now DI.SMonthly Bulletin). Emergency THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES ST HARRY SCHWARTZ Miami Beach Real Estate SALES-LEASES B. E. BRONSTON, Realtor "Trustworthy Service" 60S Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 Defense Committee. Jewish Flor-, idian Column B'nai B'rith Notes, Constitution and By-Laws. Entertainment. Finance, Initiation and Ritual, Intellectual Advancement, Meetings (Program arrangements) Membership. Membership Retention, Publicity,: Public Relations, Refreshments, Resolutions, Refugees, Sick and Visiting, Student Union, Vocational Guidance. Drop a post card to the B'nai B'rith office, 650 Scybold Build-1 ing, and state the committees upon which you could serve, or call 3-6391 and leave your name, together with the committees you prefer to serve upon—and please do it now. A. D. L. William Boxerman. Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League, has resigned this post for other important work in I Jacksonville. His successor is, expected soon to pick up where Bill left off. Bill has done an | jexcellent job while in Miami and! despite his undertaking other I work, we are sure that anti-defamation work is something that %  will be with him always. BUI j Boxerman takes with him the ly made of aluminum, are now plastic. Alloy nas replaced stainleas steel. You can buy many ot these mess kits for our boys with your purchases of War Bonds and Stamps. Invest at least 10 percent of your income in War Bonds or Stamps every pay day and top the quota in your county, u. S.Trntiuy Dtflmtu • 9 SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT Phone 4.isss —Buy War Savings Bonds Home Camp Reunion One hundred eight children attended a reunion of the Miami Home Camp at the "Y last Tuesday afternoon. It was a delightful spectacle to see all the youngsters renewing old friends and acquaintances of the summer, singing the camp songs, cheering, and generally having a good time. The children staged an impromptu amateur contest and prizes were awarded as follows: seniors. Ruth Bluth, Estelle Levy and Felice Babson; intermediates, Dennis Wepman and Loretta Kestenman; kindergarten, Dolores Schatzman and Judy Rose. Robert Friedman acted as master of ceremonies. The judges were Mrs. Max Shapiro. Dorothy Lightman, and Madaline Schulman. Mrs. Schaffcr. Mrs. Levinson. and Mrs. Grossman were in charge of arrangements. Bowling The Bombardiers took the lead in the Y. M. H. A. Duck Pin League Monday night at the Palace Bowling Alleys by winning three games from the HiFliers. This puts the Commandos into third place while the Ranglers took a 2 to 1 decision over ;the Tigers. George Chertkof of the Rangers was high scorer rolling a 145 game and 352 set. The Duck Pin League has pledged all its members to roll in the War Bond tournament now in progress. This tournament is open to all members of the Y. M. H. A. Everyone is invited and asked to join this fine project. The winner of the tournament will be given a War Bond. For further information, call the Y. M. H. A. "Y" Basketball Team Shows Good Sportsmanship Chet Smith, physical director of the Y. M. C. A., called our executive director, Mr. Maurice Grossman, and said that he wanted to pay tribute to the splendid sportsmanship shown by the Y. M. H. A. basketball team ; last Monday night. Our team' I was scheduled to play one of the service men teams in the League. I The latter did not show up on! 1 time. Under all just rules and regulations, a forfeit could have been declared legitimately and we would have won, but our manager, Ed Stein, showed the El' true American spirit by waiting. The team came late and played. beating our team by a small margin. Nevertheless, the "Y" good will stands out first and foremost. Congratulations to you Ed Stein! Happy New Year to All As 1942 draws to a close, the officers, members of the boards of directors, and general members of the Y. M. and Y. W. H. A. wish each and everyone of you a happy and prosperous New Year—a year that will bring peace and happinses to the whole world. THE "FUEHRER" TESTIFIES "Hitler in his speech called attention to the different stuff of which Reichstag members are made now. In the last war, out of two million dead, 'only two Reichstag members fell on the battlefield.' Up to date 39 members of Hitler's Reichstag have given their lives for the Fuehrer out of a much smaller total of German dead—alleged. "What the Fuehrer did not have time to mention was that the first Reichstag member who gave his life in the last war was a Jew; and if he was one out of only two Reichstag members killed in the whole war that would be a very high Jewish ratio when one recalls that the Jews were less than 1 per cent of the German population. Because Hitler had only three hours at his disposal he presumably had no time to mention this case of Dr. Ludwig Frank, one of the Socialist leaders in the Reichstag, who volunteered for war at the age of 46 and was killed on Sept. 14, 1914, at Luneville."—Editorial comment. N. Y. Times, Nov. 11, 1942. The United States Government Having Taken Over Hit Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOUS announces the RKMOTAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suit* 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry HONE 2-1141 ^Jewiislh>Fkridlm 21 S.W. 2nd Ave. Midmi. Printer/and Publisher/ i



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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1943 rJenisii fh>rId/an PAGE FIVE 3 With the Houses of Worship FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock: Late Services at 8:15 P. M. SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.; Religioui School. Monday -Thursday. 3: DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A.M. and 6:15 P. MCONG BETH DAVID 136 N. W Third AT*.. Miami LOUIS HATMAN. Cantor 116 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1471 MAX SHAPIRO. lUU.bl Realdence Phone. 3-3171 lira. Iula Margullea Reporting SCHAAREI ZEDEK (GATE6 OP JUSTICE) 1646 8. W Third Street Miami. Florida TEMPLE ISRAEL 137 N. E. ISth St. Ph. 2-7746 RAUBI JACOB H. KAPLAN. Ph.D. Rabbi Emerltua •931 Indian Creek Drive Miami Beach Ph. 6-1205 RABBI COLMAN A. ZWITMAN 6400 LevQerce Drlce. Miami Reach Phone 6-1738 Hillel Sabbath Services Friday evening will be conducted by the students, representatives of the University of Florida, University of Miami, Florida State College for Women and Emory. This Saturday is designated as Hillel Sabbath, and the guest speaker for the evening will be Rabbi Amram Prero, Hillel Counsellor at the University of Florida, who will be introduced by Louis Heiman, state chairman of Hillel activities. The following students will participate in the services: Rita Futerfas, Herbert Glazeroff, Jack Goldman, Naomi Grossman, Dorothy Levin, Sanford Nadler, Ted Sackowitz, Adele Sootin and Bobby Traurig. Cantor Louis Hayman and the boys and girls of Beth David choir will officiate. Immediately afterthe services Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman will serve as hosts at a reception in honor of their wedding anniversary. Junior Congregation Regular Sabbath services will begin at 8:30 and Junior Congregational services at 10:30 a. m. Radio Hour Rabbi Max Shapiro will conduct the Jewish hour over WIOD Sunday afternoon from 5:30 to 6 o'clock. Yahrxeiten The following Yahrzeiten whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life will be observed this month of Shebat. The anniversary candle is lit the evening before the English date mentioned until sunset of the day mentioned. Chaim Shloma, brother of Daniel Sepler, Jan. 7; Avrohom, in memory of Abraham Schnell. Jan. 7;Yehudah Laeb, father of Francis Warshoff, Jan. 8; Anna Weintraub, mother of Joe Weintraub, Jan. 9; Mendel Fishel, father of Mrs. N. Sperling, Jan. 9; Louis Simon, father of Murray Simon, Jan. 10; Moshe, father of Mrs. Wm. Friedman, Jan. 11; Rav. Mordecha Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz, Jan. 12; Yaakov, father of Norman Rossman, Jan. 12; Rivkah, mother of Mrs. Harry Markowitz, Jan. 13; Yisroel Herschel, father of Adolph Haimcs, Jan. 14; Leah Raezcl, mother of H. Ray vis, Jan. 17; Yosef, in memory of Joseph Aronson, Jan. 18; Yehudah Flevel, father of Louis Weinkle, Jan. 18; Moshe Zaev, son of Louis Markowitz, Jan. 13; Eliyhou, father of Herbert Kleinman, Jan 13; Glicka, mother of Mr. Hillman, Jan. 21; Yitchock, father of Mrs. David Brown, Jan. 21; Dovid, in memory of David Afremow, Jan. 21; Ahron Shloma, husband of Ida Marcus, Jan. 21; Sorah Bayleh, Mrs. S. J. Pallott, Jan. 23; Esther, mother of Jacob Sher, Jan. 23; Chaim, father of Sol Rotfort, Jan. 24; Chayim, father of B. L. Leff, Jan. 27; Chaya Molka, mother of Mohilner Family, Jan. 28; Rivka, mother of Edward Friedman, Jan. 28; Tziporah, mother of Mrs. Kate Marks, Jan. 30; Tobias, father of Louis Borochoff, Jan. 31; Nechoma, mother of Mrs. Joe Schoenfeld, Feb. 1; Menashe, father of Isador and David Kaplan, Feb. 2; Raeza, Rochel, mother of Isadore Goldstein, Feb. 3; Avrohom, father of Walter Cohen, Feb. 3; Hirsch, father of Mrs. Dora Lieberman, Jan. 13. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Congregational Late Friday evening services with Rabbi Simon April lecturing, 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. Mincha, 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. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX 690 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Fla. LEWIS GREEN, Sexton 1441 8. W. Fifth Street BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41st Street, Miami Beach Phone 58-1961 8. M. MACMTHI. Rabbi 1469 S. W. 17th Terrace. Miami Phone 2-2579 Guest Rabbi The congregation is most gratified to welcome Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky as its guest Saturday, Jan. 2nd. Rabbi Rackovsky is a member of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis and was ordained by some of the greatest rabbis of this century, including the late revered Rabbi KuoK, chief rabbi of Palestine. Rabbi Rackovsky, in addition to his learning, enjoys an enviable reputation as a cantor of the first magnitude. Rabbi Rackovsky will address the congregation Saturday morning, his topic being the Portion of the Week, and will chant the services including the benediction of the approaching month of Shevat. All members and non-members, men and women alike, are cordially invited to attend services. Services Services Friday evening, Jan. 1st, will commence at 6 o'clock and services Saturday will commence at 9:00 a. m. Saturday evening services at 5:15 o'clock. Shalosh S'oodoss Max Rifas, our worthy president, will arrange a special Shalosh S'oodoss at 5:30 p. m. Saturday. Rabbi Rackovsky will be guest speaker. Meetings A regular meeting of the board of directors of the congregation will be held on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the synagogue building. Yahrseits 25 Teveth, Rushe Grossman, mother of Henry Grossman. 26 Teveth, Fanny Yetta Saiet, mother of Isaac Saiet. 27 Teveth, Judah Louis Rifas, father of Max Rifas. Sabbath Eve Services Friday evening, Jan. 1 at 8:15 o'clock a service of "Prayers for Victory," on the occasion of the beginning of the secular New Year 1943, will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman. The musical service will be presented by the Temple Israel Choir, consisting of Arturo di Filippi, tenor; Evelyn Raff, soprano; Mary Hirtenstein, contralto; Emory Krieger, baritone; Frances Tarboux, organist and choir directress. Sabbath Morning Services Services Saturday morning, Jan. 2 at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis announce the bar mitzvah celebration of their son David, to be held at the Temple Israel services Saturday morning. A buffet reception in honor of the bar mitzvah will be tendered by his parents, following the services. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services Jan 1st the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Cora Hannah Greenwood, mother of Morton Greenwood. Yahrzeits: Emma Stein, mother of Mrs. I. Kaufman; Leopold Ackerman, father of Leo Ackerman and Mrs. L. Lichtenstetter; Florence Kurlander, mother of Julian Kurlander; Samuel Liebling, brother of Norman Liebling; Benjamin Wertheimer, brother of A. Wertheimer; Frank L. Simon, father of Herbert A. Simon; Michael Selig Magid, father of Harry I. Magid; Nancy Williams, daughter of Mrs. Lovitz and Henry D. Williams. Redanah Joffe, mother of Isaac Joffe. Floral offerings of the last few weeks presented in honor of Stuart Jacobs, bar mitzvah, and Harold Weinberg, bar mitzvah. BEACH JEWISH CENTER 1415 Euolid Avenue, Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL PENSION, Rabbi 1636 Jefferson Avenue Phone 6-4731 or 6-4732 TEMPLE EMANU-EL 1801 South Andrewa Avenue Ft. Lauderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON 706 S. E. 9th Street Ph. 1418 Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood meeting, Monday at 8 p. m. Sisterhood night at the Fort Lauderdale Service Men's Club canteen, Wednesday from 6 to 11 p. in. YESHIVA CENTER 346 Michigan Avenue Miami Beach Sabbath Services Judge Louis Bandel, formerly night city judge of Miami, who has just returned from an extensive world cruise, will be the guest speaker at Beth Sholom Center at 8:15 tonight. His subject will be "A Jewish Haven." At the social period following the services hostesses will be Mrs. D. Newman, Mrs. Matilda Monnett, and Mrs. Jennie Kamren. Rabbi S. M. Machtei will preach during the Sabbath service which begins at 9 a. m. tomorrow. His subject will be "The Burning Bush." Zara Coen will be host at the Kiddush after the service. At the Minchah service at 5 p. m. tomorrow Rabbi Machtei will deliver a Yiddish discourse on "Problems of Leadership." A Se'udah Shlishis will follow. Adult Class "How Old Are You?" will be the subject of the lesson by Rabbi S. M. Machtei at the adult class in Jewish Science at 11 a. m. on Sunday. Assembly Program The Sunday School assembly program will be presented by pupils of Sam Paetro's class at 10 a. m. on Sunday in the Ellis room of the Center. Meetings The Sisterhood will hold its regular meeting at the Center at 8 p m on Tuesday. This will be preceeded by a Choral Group rehearsal of hymns, with Mrs. Jennie Kamren at the piano and Cantor Julius Rosenstein leading the singing. A meeting of the members of Beth Sholom Center will be held at 8 p. m. on Wednesday. President Alfred B. Rosenstein has announced that the special business of the meeting will be the final reading of the Constitution and By-Laws of Beth Sholom Center. The proposed By-Laws are now posted on the bulletin board for inspection by the members. New members are especially urgd to attend. The Yeshiva Educational Center, located at 846 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, conducts daily services each week day at 8 a. m. and Saturdays at 9. Evening services at 6:30. Sholash Sudas on Saturday afternoon. Rabbi J. Shulman will address the gathering. SHAARAY TEEILA 440 Hepanola War Miami Beach M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher •20 Euclid Avenue. Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginner* to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitzvaha Services will be held Friday and Saturday. Sholash Sudas will take place Saturday at 5:30 p. m. 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. The Bible Class, conducted by BETH JACOB CONG Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSES MESCHELOFF. Rabbi 711 I^enox Avenue, Phone G-1328 MAI'HU'E MAMCHES. Cantor 621 Lenox Ave. Ph. 5-7133 Friday Night Forum Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak Friday night on the subject "Losing Count." The service begins at 8:30 o'clock. Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in the communal singing. Service men are invited. Sabbath Sermon "The House of Israel" will be be the subject of the preachment by Rabbi Mescheloff this Saturday morning. Junior Congregational services will be held at 9 a. m. in our Community Building. Service Club Our Community Building is devoted to service men every week day evening from 7 to 11 o'clock. All service men are welcome. Refreshments are served nightly. Sandwiches are served Sunday afternoons and evenings. Games and programs of enterRabbi's Son to Preach at Jewish Center M. Nathaniel Bension, son of Dr. Samuel Bension, will speak at the services of the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center, 1415 Euclid Avenue, on Friday, January 1st at 8 p. m. His subject will be "Noblesse Oblige." The young man is a student at the Hebrew Union College at Cincinnati. He is a graduate of New York University and received his Hebrew training in the Holy Land. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the Center choir will render the musical portion of the services. The subject of Dr. Bension's sermon on Saturday, January 2, will be "The Root of Anti-Semitism." At 6 p. m. a Sabbath Joy Social for service men will take place. Community singing is on the program and refreshments are served. Sacred Concert A concert of sacred music by Cantor Abraham D. Wolf has been arranged for Sunday, Jan. 17th at 8 p. m. in the Center auditorium. He will be assisted by a number of prominent artists. Admission fee is one dollar. Tickets may be obtained at the Center office. General Meeting The first general membership meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday, January 12th at 8 p. m. in the Center auditorium. Dr. Samuel Bension will address the meeting. Reports will be rendered on all activities since the last general meeting in April, No member should fail to attend. Illustrated Lecture on Palestine Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Hook made a profound impression last Sunday night on a large audience which heard their very interesting lecture on Palestine and the amazing industrial development in the Holy Land by the Jewish settlers. At the insistent request of many who were present Mr. and Mrs. Hook graciously consented to give a second lecture on Sunday, January 3rd at 8 p. m. in the Center auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated by more than 100 stereopticon views of Jewish and general interest in Palestine. This meeting will be under the auspices of the newly organized Miami Beach Zionist District. Jack Felt will preside. Dedication Exercises and Annual Dinner The consecration of the Holy Ark and pulpit furniture donated by Samuel Friedland and the Siyum Hatorah of the Holy Scroll, donated by Mr. and Mrs. K. Burns, will be celebrated on Sunday, Jan. 24th at 8 p. m. with beautiful and impressive exercises. Admission is free and the general public is welcome. On Sunday, February 21st at 7 p. m. the Testimonial Dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland, first vice president of the Center, will be held in the Center Social Hall. Reservations are five dollars per person and since the space is limited reservations should be made as soon as possible at the Center office. Jacob L. Andron.' the president tainment are presented throughof the congregation, takes place c daily at 7:15. All are invited. (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) J*^ la theHESTf Z* MODERATE COSTS ALWAYS WITHIN THE MEANS OF INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES GORDON FUNERAL HOME YOUR JEWISH FUNERAL HOME 710 S. W. 12th AVENUE PHONE 3-3431 WORTHY AND DESERVES YOUR FULL SUPPORT AND RECOMMENDATION



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PAGE FOUR +Jmlstincrk#*ti FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1943 wjewisii Florid tan PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES Vf SECOND AVENUE \. O. BOX 2973 ^PHONE^l Frad K. Shochat Managing Editor SUBSCR Year. $2.00 I P T I O N Six Months. $1.00 as Second Class Matter July 4, 1930. at lUl £e Port OttMff Mart Florida UndeI the Act of March 3. 1879 One MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 1. 1943 TEBETH 24. 5703 NUMBER 1 VOLUME 16 LITTLE JUDGMENT An excuse of patriotic fervor or of the goodwill building theory would not suffice, mour Smation, lit tendenng of Christmas parhes by two leading organizations among our communities, fifty" odd. With much -thusjasm and all the gala trimmings including the trees and gifts, these senior not junior organizations went forth on their mission of doing good. Just last week we commented on the lack ot judgement of children in this type of participation due mainly to lack of training and guidance on the part of adults and parents. Now we find mature minds, leaders and members of responsible groups, doing excellent work erring along the same line. Surely the will and want to do does not necessitate seeking channels of endeavor in this direction. Ooing further and acknowledging the cause and recipents as deserving attention, might not a New Year's party have done as well, if not better? A JOB WELL DONE Willian I. Boxerman, director of the AntiDefamation League Office, since its inception, leaves this week to assume duties as director of the Jewish Community Council of Jacksonville. Starting from scratch, two years ago, the office has made rapid strides in its all important program. Wide in scope with ever so much to be done is this field of endeavor. Mr. Boxerman has done much to convey to our Jewish people that their problem cannot be solved or lightened by each, as an individual. Attempting to solve, in our own inexperienced manner, the incidents arising every minute of the day, has done much to make this problem more perplexing. A trained program under experienced hands with wholehearted community cooperation is the only answer. In the two years of this office's existence, it has coordinated much of this work, progressing along this trend. It must continue to do so. There is regret in his leaving and we wish Mr. Boxerman much success in his new undertaking. Production of photographic film for amateur use was cut 50 per cent below 1941 output, and that for professionals 24 per cent below base period production. APPRECIATED DETAILS Surfacedly, the individual not acquainted with the intricacies of the workings of the Greater Miami Army-Navy Committee and its thousand-fold details, cannot realize the personal service rendered our armed forces by its Jewish Welfare Board Army-Navy Program. We would suppose that the program is too large to give personal service. We would | presume its gigantic task limits the committee; to furnish recreation rooms, providing relig( ious services, Bibles, stationery and a home, cooked meal from time to time. A checking of these workings shows much to the contrary. It reveals a brilliant record of personal service to the boys and their individual needs and wants. All of the men in service, away from home in conditions and surroundings strange and abnormal, are faced with many and varied personal problems. The difficulties are taken care of, straightened out and the burdens eased. Just last week a little detailed errand made a boy, stationed in Miami, feel like a million dollars and his mother's saddened heart gladdened. We reprint a letter received last week addressed to Mr. Nathan Rothberg, director of the Jewish Welfare Board service men's activities in this area. I want to thank you very much for sending that cake to my son on his birthday. He was so thrilled with it that he said, would he have known that it was coming he wouldn't have left the barracks that evening. But he came back 9 o'clock and said that 30 boys ate some of that cake. He said it was the most beautiful and most delicious cake he has ever tasted. He was so surprised he wants to know how it got there through you. As for me I can't begin to tell you how happy it made me. and how much I appreciate what you have done for me. May God bless you for it with good health. Thank you again very much from my son and myself. Though little and seemingly insignificant, the service rendered, in this instance and many, many others, meaning so much to our boys and men in the service, makes our community proud of its accomplishments and program. It is heartening and self-rewarding to the men and women through whose direction this program is made possible. It makes their efforts doubly worthwhile. C A P I T A L L By CHARLES BENSON E T T E R The day after London and Moscow eously released their against Nazi massacres in fuf them collec ...,. \: Washington, whose favorite slogan was 'Hang on evidence given us by de f I v simultanthe Kaiser: The Versailles Treaand humiliated Germans reluctprovided for the trial of ant to help prove a guilt which protest Euwar criminals before nuhtary mthe Versailles Treaty charged to rope, the State Department published two heavy volumes of documents on the Peace Conference of 1919. For the student of foreign affairs, these tomes will make absorbing reading on long winterevenings, although addicts of i I the German republican government. We had righteous intentions, but somehow the Kaiser lived out a comfortable old age In the Netherlands, and the few German soldiers actually brought to trial for alleged atrocities got the lightest light fiction would find them less; kind of sentences. The atrocithan exciting. But anyone, scholties were found to be largely ar or not. concerned over the kind hoaxes, the Kaiser's usefulness as of world we are to have after a bogey-man had expired, and this war. may well pause at this, everyone proceeded to forget the foreword from the State Depart; war _as fast as he could—except ment: "The realization that any intelligent approach to another world settlement must take into consideration the errors and successes of the last render this an especially appropriate time for publishing Expanding on the recent joint protest. Secretary of State Cordell Hull said that apprehension of war criminals would be sought not later than the end of the war. The rules of State Department press conferences do not permit the emphasizing of his words by direct quotation, and officials have discouraged speculation on this point, but it is worth repeating that Mr. Hull thinks in terms of the apprehension of war criminals J. LOUIS SHOCHET Founder—The Jewish Floridian Called to His Eternal Rest on TEVETH 25th. 5699-JANUARY 16th, 1939 "3a £iae in UzaAU We. £eaue Klehuui$A to. £UM SbfePM." -TIDBITS FROM EVERYWHEREfMdiy eottfidentUd -By PH3NEAS J. BIRONthe Germans of course."" ££ {he "end SttJ^CtfJft This time the circumstances are before the final place is -Sened somewhat different. The United Now, obviously we cannotho£to get our hands on these people Of the NazTsoTt j£K appeaVthat w* nations were never conintend to ask that Nations leaders are convinced of the essential criminality of the "they" be n han*d C as a condition of either sking for records of the v nced of the Kaiser's guilt. Speed over either Paris Peace Conference ." lflc cnme ha \ e ^en carefully the The State volumes those we the last ted a? th o couraEe of our convictions. lute control of the


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PAGE SIX +Jmishfk)rklkn FRIDAY, JANUARY 1. 1943 r FROM THE SWIVEL CHAIR William I. Boxermu The views expressed by Mr Boxerman ar.his own and do not necessarily represent the opinion of The Jewish Floridian. [tie more informed on their implications and a little more determined to do something about them, then we have served our purpose well. Gut Shabbos and au revoir! Editor's Note: During the past | two years we have been fortun-! ate in having as a weekly feature of our publication, \Vm. I. Boxerman's presentation "The Swivel Chair." Since its inception, the column has been graciously received by our readers with much favorable comment. We regret its discontinuance, ne\ cessitated by Mr. Boxerman leaving the city for Jacksonville. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION Finis Thus ends the publication of the column "From the Swivel Chair" "Tis time to say goodbye or. perhaps more appropriately, au revoir We must take our swivel chair and moving onward, plant it in new surroundings. The wheel of time turns fast. It seems but yesterday that we stepped off the FEC streamliner after a trip from the infinitely harsher Detroit weather And now we g" northward again Not far north, it is true, but just far enough to get again the : of the cold. One hundred and four conutive columns have appeared since we came to Miami exactly two years ago on New Year's Day ... It has been fun talking to you this way week after week. We hope you have enjoyed our j remarks—those of you who got! into the habit of reading them. We have tried to give you a glimpse, here and there, of the problems lacing American JewI ry It our presentation has j made you a little more conscious I of the vicissitudes ahead, a lit(CONTINLED FROM PAGE 9) In Memorium The following Yahrzeiten ol loved ones inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming %  ntioned from pulpit during the services this Friday r, Yisroel Yehuah, father of Mrs. Dave Solomon: Herschel, brother of Mrs. Anna Washerman; Yudel Dovid. father of Mrs. Ida Hammer: Chaim Shloma. brother of Daniel Sepler: Avrohom. in m ory of Abraham Schnell: Yehuih< r of Francis Warshoff. Sunday School P.T.A. Carnival The annual P.T.A. carnival for the students of our Sunday School and their parents will take placeSunday. January 10 from 12 :. to -4 p. m. under the chairhip of Mrs Samuel Dick\ A booth for the .-allol U S. Stamps and War Bonds will %  n all afternoon. Book Series The first series of book re-, to be sponsored by Belli David Sisterhood, and to lie given by Rabbi Max Shapiro, will be held Monday evening. January 18th at Beth David auditorium. Contact office for your tickets. kTTTO Funeral i hnp*I 2001 W. FLAGLM ST. AMIULANCE A OCCA SERVICE a-atOirt RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM '339 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people S25 WEEKLY UP %  ^ % %  a Large Beautiful %  1*— mi • ..-r-2*S P^L^TSi iy xmm r" I .<*s r ^attT THE GARDEN OF MEMORIES mourn IMO FLORIDA'S VOST BEAUTIFUL BURIAL ESTATES West F'.agler Street at 53rd Avenue ONL> 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 youx 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. %  si F:,J RECOMMENDED HabH.y and Dependability. Feel free to call 2-1141 a. any hme for urthir tofoLation as to any of the advertisements listed below or to hi any of your many needs. Seventeen years of Miami Background will be placed at your disposal. Ask for B. R. Walzer. E N FIE L D S CAMERA SHOP AND PORTRAIT STUDIO Corner Washington Avenue PHONE 5-71 • • 409 LINCOLN ROAD MIAMI BEACH. FLA. THE INSPECTION I MUST RAPID ADVANCEMENT lor High School Graduates Phone or Write for Bulletin Nr Obligation CHARRON WILLIAMS COMMERCIAL COLLLOE 601 Postal Bldg. Ph. 3-4859 Miami, Forida V PHONE V. T 2-3I5I W INSURANCE ^F SEYBOLD tfi 1 fik BUILDING JF*A 3toTi i.'iiii DRIVE IN! WE ARE OFFICIAL TIRF INSPECTION STATION NO. 1187 See Us lor Requirements On NEW TIRESRECAPS— USED TIRES PALLOT TIRE CO. 2246 N. E. 2ND AVENUE PHONE 3-1266 January 31st is the deadline when all motorists MUST have had their tires inspected by an OFFICIAL TIRE INSPECTION STATION, said Jack Pallot, of the Pallot Tire Co.. otherwise the renewal of their ration cards may be jeopardized. II you have mailed your tire number form to the Dade County Ration Board and it has not yet been returned to you. I would suggest, continued Mr Pallot. thai you stop by their office at 227 N. E. First street and inquire about it. When you have received your tinnumber form, your tires must be inspected by an authorized inspector, who will then be able to tell you whether you are eligible for new, retreaded, used I, or recapped tins, as and when they are available to you. The Pallot Tire Co.. located at 224ti N. E. 2nd avenue, has ben: appointed Tire Inspection Station No. 1-187. Drive your ear to PALLOT'S or recapped tires, as and when will be pleased to give you whatever information he may be authorized to give. Pallot Tire Co. also offer you their IT years of Miami experii nee in automobile repairs, tires, i atti lies and brake work. Upholstery, Slip Cover and Drapery Shops Complete Line of Exclusive Decorative Fabrics 35 N. W. 1st St. Ph. 3-8959 Established in Miami Since 1917 Hanson Roofing Co. ROOFING AND SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS PHONE 4-5860 414 S. W. 22nd AVENUE BOWL FOR HEALTH AND FUN PALACE BOWLING CENTER 2101 N. Miami Ave. Ph. 2-8898 ENJOY YOURSELF AT THE NORTH MIAMI RIDING ACADEMY GENTLE RIDING HORSES E. J. ALBERT & SON 13575 N. E. 6th Avenue REASONABLE RATES KEEN SIGHT We Specialize in Auto Repairs — Batteries Ignition and Brake Work Annoyed or Damaged by INSECTS TERMITES RODENTS A A EXTERMINATING CO. CALL 4-1375 2388 W. FLAGLER ST. FREE ADVICE and INSPECTION HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED by DR KEENE 221-2-3 Seybold Building IOHNNIE & MACK BODY SHOP Painting—Color Matching Seat Covers Body and Fender Repairs 74 N. E. 20th St. Ph. 3-7681 Dr. Frederick R. Frank Chiropractic Physician A COMPLETE HEALTH SERVICE Clinical and Diagnostic Laboratory X-Ray 1138 West Flagler Street 3-5961 Miami Final date for obtaining War Ration Book One was postponed from December 15 to January 15. i Book No. One will be necessary to obtain Book No. 2 when it is Oranqes I issued early in 1943. fc Perpetual Care Tltla Inaurance Leta may be •urehaeed on canvenlent terma Business Office 1014 Olympia Bldg. 3-5132 A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU *mm mm* — asoSxsc ;?;** %  mm BETH IACOB CONGREGATION (CONTINUED FROM PAGE 5, A music appreciation hour under the direction of Miss Ceha Traurig is a weekly feature on Wednesday nights. Sisterhood Membership Tea The annual Sisterhood mem-; bership tea will be held Monday, i January 11th at 2 o'clock at the> home of Rabbi and Mrs. Mescheloff, 711 Lenox Axenue. Mrs. Isidore Freedman. president of the Women's Branch of the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, will be guest speaker. A book review will be present-1 ed by Mrs. Louis Werfl, wife of! the Jewish chaplain of Boca Raton, and formerly of Birmingham. Ala. A song recital will be tendered by Miss Maria Ross. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will deliver the invocation. Refreshments will be served. Members and their friendl are all invited. Daughters of Israel Bridge The Daughters of Israel will hold a bridge party at the Sea Breeze Hotel, Collins Avenue and 2nd Street. Tuesday afternoon, January 12th, at 2 o'clock. Refreshments will be served. Congratulations Mazul Tov to Pvt. Ben Tzodikov and Miss Beatrice Babad, and their families, on their marriage Saturday night. The ceremony was performed in the Babad home by Rabbi Mescheloff. Vale of Tears Our deepest sympathies to the family of the late David Lincoln. Funeral service was performed by our rabbi with the assistance of our cantor. May the Almighty conosle the bereaved. Refuo Shlayrao We wish Master Jack, son of Max Feit, a speedy and complete recovery. CONG BETH ABRAHAM ItS N. W. Fifth Av,.., Miami i Friday evening services at 6:15 i o'clock. Saturday morning ser| vices at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on "The Por, (ion of the Week." SEE AND HEAR THE NEW RADIOEAR Jus* released from the laborato* %  •*" •*• ef America's oldest Maria* aitf saanufacturers. U ore feature*., ssere convenience, lanmediaM service naore beariafl RADIOEAR OF FLORIDA 209 Congress Bldg., Miami Fla. PHONE 3-2100


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*Uewhtj Flondlia HI COMBINING Title JeWHSttl tlmuty P9 VOLUME 16—No. 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS NAZIS WARN THEY FEDERATION DIRECTORS TO HOLD MEETING ON MONDAY JEWS IF EUROPE London (WNS)—High Nazi officials in Germany have stated publicly that the Jewish population of Nazi-occupied Europe will be wiped out if it becomes apparent that the United Nations will win the war, it was disclosed this week by persons close to the Norwegian Government-in-exile, and which received the report through underground sources in Norway. Thse sources said that the fate of the Jews still alive in occupied Europe will depend on the tide of victory and that each Nazi reverse on the battlefield will result in the intensification of anti-Jewish measures in Nazi-held territories. The Nazis plan to divert the attention of the German people from military setbacks in Russia and in North Africa by intensifying their anti-Jewish campaign and by placing the blame for the Nazi military difficulties on the Jews. The Jews have already been blamed for the acute shortages of food and clothing in Germany. It was believed here, however, that this Nazi trick has been used too often and that the German people will not be taken in by Hitler's new propaganda line. A meeting of the board of directors of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation will be held Monday, January 4 at 8:15 p. m. in Kaplan Hall of Temple Israel. 137 N. E. 19th street, Miami. The primary purpose of this meeting is to present for ratification and approval or modification, the report to be submitted by Monte Selig, chairman of the budget committee, recommending the agencies to be included in the 1943 campaign, the allotment to each, and approval of the total allotments which will become the goal of the 1943 Federation campaign. Other matters of importance will also be brought before the meeting. 25 SWISS LEADERS WILL AID JEWRY OF OFFER ASYLUM TO EUROPEAN JEWRY London (WNS)—The suggestion that the United Nations appeal to Ireland to open its doors to Jewish refugees from Nazioccupied Europe was made here this week by General Neil Malcolm of the British army. Writing in the London Times. General Malcolm urged also that Britain adopt a more liberal policy towards admission of Jewish refugees from Nazi-held territories. The general's suggestion came at a time when most of the British press was demanding that the United Nations follow up their joint declaration condemning the Nazi mass murders of Jews with concrete action to save the millions of helpless Jews still in occupied territories. Meanwhile, a delegation of leading British Jews, including Prof. Selig Brodctsky. president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews; Chief Rabbi Dr. Joseph Hertz, and Lord Samuel, visited Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden to express the gratification of British Jewry with the joint declaration issued last week by the United States. Great Britain, Soviet Russia and other United Nations. The influential publication New Statesman and Nation this week called upon the British government to approach Sweden and Turkey to cooperate in a program designed to rescue Jewish ebUdree) from the occupied cooaDUTCH JEWS WARNED TO BE READY FOR DEPORTATION Stockholm (WNS)—The "Joodsche Weeksblad," official newspaper of the Amsterdam Jewish community, this week advised Jews throughout the Nazi-occupied Netherlands to be prepared, at a moment's notice, to leave their homes and families for the Westerbrook interment camp from which they will be deported to eastern Europe. The Jews were warned to have a packed suitcase ready at all times since Gestapo agents might break into their houses at any time during the day or night. Jews rounded up in this fashion by the Gestapo are taken first to the Westerbork camp which is a central depot for Netherlands Jews. According to reports received here in recent weeks many of the Jews do not survive their stay at Westerbork. Geneva (WNS) — Twenty-five leading Swiss citizens, including Prof. Karl Barth, this week published an open letter in the Rasler National Zeitung, expressing solidarity with the Jews of Switzerland and pledging to aid the Jews 'if ever persecution should come to this country." The letter, addressed to "Dear Jews of Switzerland," read: "We can't help but tell you how much the indescribable sor. row of your brethren and sisters burden our soul. Perhaps it i will strengthen your heart when you hear that Christians think (of you and help you under all circumstances and pray for you. We know that the powers of evil which today attack the Jews will tomorrow try to destroy Christians. "The burning down of synagogues marks the first step towards the annihilation of Christian churches. We pray to the ', Almighty for power to stand for j all you stand for and to help you if ever persecution should come to our country." SECRET GERMAN MANIFESTO URGES HITLER OVERTHROW London (WNS)—Leaders of the underground movement in Nazi [Germany held a secret meeting \ recently and issued a manifesto urging the immediate overthrow .of the Hitler regime. SLOVAKIA INTRODUCES 1942 BY BURNING JEWISH BOOKS Berne (WNS)—The Nazi puppet state of Slovakia ushered in 1 1943 with huge bonfires into which books written by Jews or about Jews by sympathetic nonJews were thrown, according to an announcement in Slovakia's Nazified press. The bonfire celebrations were scheduled to be held on the principal streets of all Slovakian cities. The Slovakian press reports said that special ceremonies marking the burning of the Jewish books would be held in Bratislavia with high government officials in attendance. The celebration was to be held on New Year's Day because, it was said, Slovakia would be made completely "judenrein" by December 31, 1942. NAZIS BILL SLOVAKS FOR RIDDING COUNTRY OF JEWS London (WNS)—The Nazi price for making a country "judenrein" is pretty steep, the puppet Sloivagian government learned this I week, when Adolf Hitler sent in j a bill for $20,000,000 to cover the expenses involved in deporting | Slovakia's 65,000 Jews. Reports I that Hitler had demanded cash payment for the Nazi deportation i of Jews were confirmed here by the Czechoslovakian governmenti in exile. The report said that the Nazicontrolled Slovak parliament authorized the minister of finance to pay the bill. Slovak newspapers, copies of which have just arrived here, expressed the hope that the $20,000,000 could be raised through the confiscation and sale of Jewish property. Stockholm (WNS) — Pro Nazi officials of the Danish Government and German Nazi authorities have been forced to abandon their plans for the introduction in Denmark on January 1st, 1943 of a Nazi-styled anti-Jewish program, according to information received here this week. The report said that Gestapo agents sent recently from Berlin to Copenhagen brought instructions from Nazi headquarters for the enactment of anti-Jewish laws by the first of the new year. Erik Scavenius, pro-Nazi prime minister of Denmark, was said to be supporting the Nazi demands for the passage of anti-Jewish laws. King Christian X of Denmark, who has long resisted the introduction of anti-Jewish laws in this country, was able to rally so much opposition to the Nazi project, however, that pro-Nazi members of the government thought it wise to abandon, at least temporarily, their plans for an early anti-Jewish program. Thanks to King Christian, it was reported, Denmark remains the sole Nazi dominated country without a legal anti-Jewish program. Case and Interpretation Committees to Appear At General Meeting of Jewish Welfare Bureau Sunday, January 17th the Jew-O ish Welfare Bureau will hold a meeting to which all Jewish persons, who are interested in social welfare and relief, are invited to attend. The members will con-; sider the report of the Case and Interpretation Committees of the Bureau, recently appointed by Rabbi Max Shapiro, president, to study and evaluate the present program of the Bureau and make recommendations of changes in its program within the structure of its present by-laws which might'be advisable in view of the present trends and changes in social and economic conditions in the community. The committee has reviewed the background and history of the Bureau and found that the | Bureau since its inception has been known, recognized and accepted by the local Jewish community primarily as a relief agency. While it did render ser( vices other than relief, these oth-1 or services were not interpreted to the community nor was the community aware that the Bureau was willing and able to render such services. This is especially true during the years, from 1933 to 1939 when the sudden increase in the relief load did not permit the Bureau or its staff to render any services other than relief. Toe vast majority I of individuals Applying for assistance to the Bureau have presented problems involving financial need. RABBI MAX SHAPIRO President. Jewish Welfare Bureau \ Since the outbreak of war in 1941 a definite trend in the community has been observed the committee reports. With the increase of employment and the draft of young men there has been a noticeable decrease in requests for financial aid to private agencies. More and more of the people previously served by prlTtte agencies bare become self-supporting. In many other communities, where there has been a similar decrease in relief needs, another general trend is noticed. Individuals in increasing number are applying to recognized family welfare agencies for assistance in problems having no connection with financial need. Many of these problems are created by the war and varied in nature. Long dormant problems of personal and family relationship are reawakened by the war tension: young people and old people with no special skills are in need of vocational guidance because they are able to work but need help in making the most of their capacities: temporary unemployment problems of people caught in the lag between business shutdowns due to priorities and reemployment in war industries; problems of the young married woman forced to shoulder family responsibilities when her husband is called to or enlists in services of his country; separation of families due to war employment or army or navy services. In the solution of these problems family agencies are being called upon to play a vital part However, this general trend has not yet been reflected in the intake of the Family Service agencies in this community up to this time, including the Jewish Welfare Bureau. The members will consider how the Bureau can adapt its program to meet these new trends and changing condition*. REGISTERED MEN T KEEP LOCAL Registrants must keep local boards informed of any change in their status, said General Vivian Collins, state director of selective service, in a news conference at state headquarters. Under the provisions of the selective service law it is the duty of the registrant to keep his local board informed of his current address, any change in his dependency of marital status, any change in his physical status. his occupational status, or any other change that might affect his selective service classification. This information should be in writing in order that the local board may include the same in the registrant's file. If the registrant holds an essential position in an essential occupation, the registrant or the registrant's employer should submit a request for occupational deferment on a DSS Form 42A or similar form at the time that the registrant files his questionnaire. If the registrant leaves his position, it is his obligation and alj that of his employer to immediately notify the local board. If his new position is an essential one, a new request for occupational deferment should be made. General Collins said that it was evident that some registrants and some concerns were under the erroneous impression that a request (for occupational deferment should | be submitted after a regtofcap* bad been placed in Class ^FA. \ This m act the case. MWrauHMiiii'ut 'mmuMiiawii



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PAGE TWO Jewish nwkflan FRIDAY. JANUARY 1, 1943 Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kovner are visiting Mr. Kovners parents in Los Angeles. California. They will return to their home in Miami Beach shortly. Mrs. Saul R. Srole of Washington. D. C. will arrive Sunday to spend several weeKs with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zcientz. • • • Lt. Max Pepper, prominent Miami physician and now attached to the U. S. Naval Hospital. Jacksonville, arrived on leave for a several days stay last Wednesday to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper. 1274 S. W. 6th street. He is accompanied by his wife and children. Marshall and Nancy • • • Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brenner and grandson Bruce of Roanoke, Va., are visiting Mr. Brenner's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. They will attend the wedding of their niece. Miss Marcie Adelman. an event of the near future. Other out-of-town guests here for the occasion include Mr. Charles Adelman. brother of the bride-to-be; Mrs. M. Klugman and son. Abe, all from Savannah; Miss Rae Coverman of New York, sister of the groom, and Mr. Marty Weiner, also of New York, who will serve as best man. • • • Mrs. Milton A. Friedman and son Ronald are visiting her parents in Columbia. S. C. for several weeks. Mr. Friedman left last week to join his family for the holidays. While there they will attend the AZA convention in Charleston. They expect to return January 4. • • • The bar mitzvah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gerald Lewis will take place Saturday morning at Temple Israel at 10 o'clock. The confirmand, David, will recite the blessings and address the audience. The parents will tender a buffet supper in his honor following the services. The family returned from Savannah lor the occasion. • • • Mr. Lloyd Gardner, formerly of Miami Beach, and now assistant technical trainee. U. S. Signal Corp Reserve, visited in Atlanta for the holidays with his brother and sister-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. Alvin Gardner. TOWER THEATRE S. W. 8TH ST. AT 15th AVE. OPEN AT 1:45 P. M. • • • Fri. Thru Tues.. Jan. 1-5 "Genuinely Entertaining" Says Miami Herald "Rich with Eye Appeal and Glory"—Says Daily News Rafael Sahatini's GREATEST STORY Tyrone Power Maureen O'Hara IN "THE BLACK SWAN" Filmed in Technicolor WITH GEORGE SANDERS THOMAS MITCHELL LAIRD CREGAR Same Program Showing at Cameo Theatre Miami Beach The wedding of Miss Beth Mandell, daughter of Mr. and MrSamuel Mandell, to Mr. Sidney Lipman, son <>l Mr. and Mrs. N. Lipman, all of New York, was solemnized in the auditorium of Beth David Talmud To rah last Thursday evening at 7 o'clock Rabbi Max Shapiro, close friend (if the bride, who served as his secretary, performed the ceremony. The groom is stationed with the Air Force at Boca Raton. Attendants at the ceremony included Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Kopelowitz, Mr. Sam Levitt, best man. Mr. Sam Arum, brother-in-law ol the bride, Mrs. MarySwart, Mrs. J. Gross and Miss Anne Geffen. A dinner party was held at Club Bali. Miss Evelyn Greenwald and Miss Jeanette Cohen were hostesses at showers tendered in honor of Miss Marcie Adelman whose forthcoming marriage will be an event of January. The bride-tobe was the recipient of many beautiful gifts. • • • The unveiling of a monu to the memory of the late Jack Brodsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brodsky. will tak at the Woodlawn Park Ci this Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Rabbi Max Shapin wi officiate. I WANT MY MILK Estab. 1924 And Be Sure It's FLORIDA DAIRIES HOMOGENIZED Vitamin "D" Milk "Milk Product!" Dacro Protected TEL. 2-2621 Greater Miami Delivery Visit Our Farm at 6200 N. W. 32nd Street Mr. and Mrs Carl Weinkle will have open house, Monday evening at their home, 172o Lenox avenue. Miami Beach, honoring Rabbi and Mr.-. Amram Prero. visiting hi n from Gainesville, Rabbi Pr< ro is toi of Hillel activirsity of Florwith his wif< is vacafor two '•'•' ning he Mi and Mr.-. Louis H ring. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Friedman will celebrate their 31st wedding anniversary Friday. January 1st with a reception that evening in the Talmud Torah Auditorium of the Beth David Synagogue following services. Friends are invited. • • • C< '.-16th birthday ,of th .: daughter Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs Morris Pepper entertained r: r • %  an two hundred quests at their home. 1683 S. W. 17th street with a party on the evening of December 25. Mem; hers of the TEP and Pi Lambda Fraternities made up many of the guests which included friends from all parts of the state. Dancing and games were on the evening's program and a buffet supper was served. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Adler. 248 S. W. 24th avenue, announce the marriage of their daughter. Lillian, to Sgt. Bernard Gross of New York City. The ceremony will take place Sunday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will officiate, assisted by Cantor Maurice Manches. Mist Adler attended Miami High School and the University of Miami and is now a member of the staff of the Mercantile National Bank. Sgt. Gross, an employee of the City of New York, is presently a member of the Officers Candidate School and is stationed at Miami Beach. Word was received here this week of the death of Mr. Samuel Rheinheimer, brother of Mrs I.ouis J. Hart/ of Miami. He passed away in New York, December 18. • • • Mrs. Harry Oliphant has returned from a three weeks trip to New York. She visited her niece who was seriously ill there. • • • The Miami Section. National Council of Jewish Women, last week entertained n ward of 50 men of tin Miami Naval Hospital at i ipa-Locka. Mrs. David Honoroff and Mrs Harry Magid were co-chairmen of the affair. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hohauser. 1443 S. W. 3rd street, announce the birth of a daughter. Alberta Beryl, Wednesday. Dec. 23. at Victoria Hospital. • • • Miss Eva Checkaway. representative of the National Pioneer Women's Organization is in Miami for several weeks in the interest of the organization. She will address several gatheringsduring her stay. • • • Sunday. December 27th. the B'nai B'rith Girls held their annual banquet at the Drum, in honor of the newly elected officers, who are: president. Miss Beatrice Badanes; vice president. Miss Barbara Berger; recording secretary. Miss Adele Stone; corresponding secretary. Miss Velma Abrams; treasurer, Miss Muriel Auslander. The new president. Miss Badanes, welcomed five new members: Rosalie Moretti. Doris Feldman. Shirley Greenberg, Shirley Kahn. and Miriam Shineberg. The girls also had as their guests their two sponsors. Mrs. Sam Silver and Mrs. Al Green. • • • Israel Lightman, of Lowell. Mass., is visiting his daughter, Dorothy and Sara Lightman. at Miami Beach. Mr. Lightman is recuperating from a recent operation and expect.'to remain here about four months. His son. Captain Percy Lightman. ol Camp Stewart. Georgia, will visit him shortly. • • • Tuesday afternoon at Jackson Memorial hospital. Rabbi S. M. Machtei officiated at the brith milah of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rosenberg. 1236 Drexel avenue. Miami Beach. • • • Mrs. Hanna Feingold, mother of Mr.-. Moses Krieger, is staying at Rivermont Park Sanitarl for a rest. Dr. Sane! B. er, flirecannounced. MrFi :ngold VI r 100 ;. %  visited this v -; grandchild and g: it-j • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Engel. 2396 S. W. 20-.= MM, announce the engagerr.'.-.r A their daughter. Fay. to y.t.r.R L. Gipson. U.S.N.. of L'JI Angeles. Calif. The marriage w_l take place in New York some time in February, after which they will return to Miami to make their home. • • • Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan, rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel and Professor of Philosophy and Ethics at the University of Miami, will address the Spinoza Forum Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson, 124 11th street, Miami Beach. Dr. Kaplan's lecture subject will be "1943." General discussion will follow the lecture. Miss Doris Weinstein. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weinstein of 1281 East 27th street. Brooklyn, and Stanley Blackman. ton of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Blackman of 2318 Avenue P. Brooklyn, were married December 24 at 8 p. m. at the Hotel St. George Roof. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of Miami where he was a member of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. His bride is a senior at New York University and will be graduated with the class of June '43. The couple left for Miami for a wedding trip, and will live in New York City. • • • Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Palmer Funeral Chapel for David Lincoln, 84, who died Monday at his home, 150 Ocean drive, Miami Beach. Rabbi Moses Mescheloff and Cantor Mamches of Beth Jacob congregation officiated. Interment was in Woodlawn Park cemetery. A retired merchant, Mr. Lincoln came to Miami Beach two years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie Lincoln, Miami Beach; four daughters, Mrs. Bertha Girden, New York City; Mrs. Philip Somberg, Miami, Mrs. Ann Kluger, Edgemere. Mr. Lincoln organized and was past president of the Neisanditzer Halbestandt as well as founder and past president of one of the largest synagogues in Bronx. N. Y. • • • Max Deich. 59 of 6891 Ocean drive, passed away after a short illness at a local hospital Sunday night. A resident of the Beach for three and one-half months. he was originally from Savannah and was a retired clothing manufacturer. The body was sent to Savannah by the Palmer Funeral Chapel for services and inter| ment. Surviving him are his ; widow. Gussie. three sisters and one brother. • e • Max Weinberger, long-time resident of Miami, died suddenly of a heart Attack last Wednesday evening at his home. 1124 N. W. 3rd street. Coming here from Cleveland 17 years ago, his remains wire returned there for interment by the Gordon Funeral Home Thursday He was a member oi Congregation Schaarei Zedek. Surviving him is his wife Yolan and two daughters, Mrs. Anna Schwartz and Miss Elsie Weinberger; a sister. Mrs. Anna Brown, and a brother, Adolf, all of Cleveland BEFORE YOU BUY see LEON ELEIN with METROPOLITAN LIFE INS. CO. Not Best Because Biggest But -Biggest Because Best WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details writ* MAC c|o P. O. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1943 Jew Ist fho rMinn PAGE THREE TO BE HOSTESSES TO NATL. LEMUR Miss Esther Beckwith, director of service to Fofegn Born for the National Council of Jewish Women, will be the guest of the Miami Section of the Council January 5th and 6th. Miss Beckwith has served as director of the national office for several years and is thoroughly familiar with the special problems of the alien as well as with the program of the Council. UnJEWISH FORCES IN ENGLAND STAY ON CHRISTMAS DUTY London (WNS)—Every Jewish soldier in one of the largest U. S. Army units stationed in England volunteered for duty on Christmas Day and New Year's %  Day to permit thousands of Christian soldiers who were scheduled to be on duty on the holiday to | observe the festive season, it was announced here. American Army headquarters, here described the action of the Jewish soldiers as a "practical ex: pression of good will, symbolic j of the complete understanding existing between religious groups in our armed forces." MIAMI BEACH ZIONISTS IN VERY SUCCESSFUL MEETING A very successful public meeting for the Zionist District on Miami Beach was held recently at the Center Social Hall. Jake Felt presided. Addresses were delivered by Dr. Samuel Bension, Edward I. Kaufman, former president of the Zionist Organization of America; Adalbert Froodman of Atlanta, executive director of the Southeastern Region, and Mr. Salman, active Miami Zionist leader. Temporary officers were elected. MISS ESTHER BECKWITH der her direction the professional staff at the national office guides 212 local Council Sections in their work with emigrecs. Tuesday. January 5 at 12:00 noon at a luncheon at the Seven Seas Restaurant in Miami, Miss Beckwith will address members of the board as well as Council members who have recently completed the Council institute on naturalization and immigration. She will discuss the social adjustment of the alien and an educational program leading to naturalization and constructive citizenship. Mrs. Monte Sclig. president of the Miami Section of the Council, will preside at this meeting. Mrs. Benjamin LeVine and Mrs. Walter Bronston are cochairmen of the local service to foreign born department and Mrs. Elmer Scheuer and Mrs. M. Boyd Kay are co-chairmen of naturalization Wednesday, January 6, Miss Beckwith will be the guest speaker at the annual membership tea which will be held at 2 p. m. at the Service Men's Center, 1705 Alton Road, Miami Beach. The tea will commemorate a half century of public service by the National Council of Jewish Women, the organization having been founded ih 1893 by the late Hannah G. Solomon. A tribute will be paid to Mrs. Solomon who passed away recently. A membership skit written by Mrs. Nat Williams, featuring Mrs. Louis G. Lytton, will be presented by board members. Miss Beckwjith will be the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Selig, 347 N. E. 26th Terrace, during her stay in Miami. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notice ib htltby K'vet* thut \\>* undersigned, desiring t" enrage In im^ini .-.s under the fictitious iwmu of I PAUL'S RESTAURANT. 4S1 N. EL Second Avenue. Intends to register aalil name with the Clerk of the I'irIcult Court of Dade County, Florida. IONATZ MOB PAUL WBITZMAN, Attorney 12/4-11-11-25 1/1 Notice i" hereby liven that the undersigned, desiring t" engage In business under the fictitious name <>f FLAMINGO COFFEE AND TEA CO., Intends to register said name with the Clerk i.f the Circuit Courl of Dade < *ount>. Floi Ida. N. W SEGAL II 25 l l -^-1',-22 Notice i." hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage In busingunder the fictitious name of KLEIN'S SUNDRIE8, MI 1824 N. W, 7th Avenue, Miami, Florida, Intends to register said name in the office of Hi.Clerk ->f the Circuit Court 11.ule i "onnl \. Florida ALBERT KLEIN. Sole Owner .: 23 1 I -s -15-13 of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITII JiniCIAI. CIKt'lTI' OF FLORIDA, IN AND K"K DADI-: COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. No. 76906 MARGARET THORSBN CLINTON, Plaintiff i vs. GREGORY CLINTON, I lofi-ndant DIVi IRCE ORDER OF PUBLICATION T(>: MR. GREGORY CLINTON, IDDRESH UNKNOWN. You are herebj required to be and appear before the Circuit ''fM %  the eleventh Judicial Circuit iinrlw Ida, In Dade County, on or before the 1st da) <>f February, 1948, to a Mill of I Divorce brought against von by MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON, %  otherwise a decree pro confeaao will | be entered against you. This oilier shall he published in I the Jewish Floridlan, a newspaper In Dade County. Florida, once a weak I for four 141 consecutive weeks. Dateil at Miami. Florida, this lSth i da v of I lecembar, 1942. B. I!. LBATHERMAN As Clerk of said Circuit Court. (Circuit Court Seal) B) WM. KIRTLET, Depots Clerk. i i 1-16-22-29 MAX R. SILVER Attorney for I'lalntiff. RACES AT TROPICAL PARK FEATURE IF TODAY Opening with its annual Orange Bowl morning race card at 10 a. m, Friday—New Year's—' Tropical Park will swing into its, second holiday weekend of thoroughbred racing as well as the last half of its 20-day Winter meeting, ending Jan. 12. With extensive clubhouse res' ervations already made, the New Year's morning eight-race card is assured of a gala holiday throng out to enjoy the sport; and a bit of relaxation as they i start the Victory Year of 1943. Chief interest of the morning will I center on the Orange Bowl Handicap sixth race, a $2,000 event for 3-year-olds and up at a mile | and a sixteenth. It's a stellar; field in this race promising one of the best competitions of the meeting to date. With the first race going to the post at 10 a. m., the complete eight race card will be brought to a close in time for patrons to reach the Orange Bowl Stadium and the kickoff of the Orange Bow] grid classic between the University of Alabama and Boston College. Saturday offers another postholiday headline program with I the running of the annual Win-1 ter $2,000 Handicap, arraying a field of star sprinters, and the Lake Wales $1,000 Purse, another sprint feature. Moving into the final eight days of Tropical's Winter meeting on Monday, every card headlines top events assuring continuation of the keen racing which has marked the, inciting since its Dec. 21st start. Attendance also is continuing to increase with the passing of the Christmas shopping days and the daily mutuels handle is run; ning around the $175,000 mark. Although this is under last year, and not quite up to the required $200,000 average. Tropical Park officials expressed satisfaction that they could continue the sport under wartime conditions. STANLEY C. MYERS NAMED MEMBER WAR CHEST BOARD Stanley C. Myers was named as one of the regional directors of the Dade County War Chest, it was announced last week. Mrs. Betty Roney Fitzpatrick has been appointed co-chairman with Oscar E. Dooly of the special finance committee. Named as co-chairman of the campaign committee was Mrs. W. Bruce Macintosh. Regional chairmen to cover the various cities in the county also named were: Miami Beach. F. Lowry Wall; Mrs. Hugh Matheson, E. B. Douglas. Willard G. Ward, Marion Arnold, and Sayre Wheeler. Members of the Junior League also will be assigned to the various sections of Miami by Mrs. John L. Skinner, president of the league. EFFORT OF FOR SERVICE Campaign of the Greater Miami army and navy committee affiliated with the Jewish Welfare Board, to furnish 25 recreation halls in this area is meeting with success, but more equipment still is needed, according to George Wolpert. chairman. The drive has been extended to January 10. A whirlwind wind-up of the drive is slated for Jan. 10. to be known as "pick-up day." There SAFETY RESOLUTIONS ARE PASSED BY WOMEN'S CLUB Florida bowlers will now pay about one cent less for every three games of league bowling, and about one-half cent less for every game of open bowling. The Dade Business and Professional Women's Club of Miami. Florida, believing in and endorsing absolute safety measures in all public places of entertainment of Dade County, recently passed the following resolution: Whereas, there is at this time an investigation in progress in the city of Boston, due to the Coconut Grove night club fire, in which 492 lives were lost, on the night of November 28th. 1942. And Whereas the cause of the conflagration was determined to be carelessness, but the loss of lives was due to the quick ignition of draperies, highly inflammable, and inadequacy of sufficient marked exits, And Whereas the population of Dade County has been greatly increased, due to the quartering of the armed forces of the United States. And Whereas the men in the service frequent all public places of entertainment. which are therefore greatly overcrowded. Therefore, be it resolved, that tlu members of the Dade Business and Professional Women's Club respectfully request that the mayor, city commissioners, city manager, city attorney, chief •tf the tire department and safety department director do everything in their power to enforce the law in all public places of entertainment in Dade County, so that they may be made sale, both as to fire and panic, PALME It Funeral I hapol 20CJ W 'LAGllR ST. ^ E '. u v L ,c N E CE 9-2664 NOTICE OF PUBLICATION To MORELX, JOSEPH DAVIS. Address I'liknuuii. You are hereby notified that a %  sill of Complaint for Divorce nan been riled a^ainm you in tinCircuit Court of the eleventh Judicial I'IIcult In and for I>ade County. Florida, wherein Nora DnvlH Is Plaintiff and Morell Joseph Davis Is Defendant, and you are hereby required to file an appearance in such proceedings mi in before Mondav. February 1. A. D. 1943. In default of which the mil will be taken an confessed aKainst you. DATKD thin XO dav of December. A. D. 1942 K. H. DF.ATHKRMAN Clerk of Circuit Court %  teal) Ity WM. K1RTI.KY. Deputv Clerk MAX K. SIIA'KK Attorney for Plaintiff I 1/1-8-15-22-29 WHEN NERVOUS HEADACHES PESTER ME I FIND THAT MILES NERVINE HELPS NERVOUS TENSION TO RELAX AND LEAVES ME CALM,$ERENE SHOOT STRAIGHT With Our Boys! BUY WAR BONDS GEORGE WOLPERT will be no more pick-ups until then due to the gasoline and tire situation. A large fleet of trurks will be available on that day. Items still needed are any kind n! games, all kinds of furniture thai can be used in recreation halls, especially desks and radios. Articles already received include a piano, already in use at lead, obtained from the to Theatres through the efforts of the B'nai B'rith Auxiliary; six sofas. 10 lounge chairs. 20 occasional chairs, six floor i two ping-pong tables, five ;i rugs,' 10 small rugs, eight card lal i io folding chairs, 100 books, four end tables, two radios and 100 packages of seeds. Any article to be donated by Miami residents which they can deliver should be taken to the V. M. H. A. at S. W. Fifth street and i6th avenue. Those with items to be picked up should telephone 3-4012. items to be taken to Miami Beach should be delivered to the Red Cross office at 1512 Collins avenue. For pick-ups in that vicinity, telephone 5-0672, Joseph A. Bcrman. Miami Beach cochairman. Buy War Bonds and Stamps and Insure Your Tomorrow. EXCELLENT HEBREW TEACHING By Fully Qualified. Competent and Experienced Instructor HYMAN H. 1419 MERIDIAN AVENUE HAIMAN MIAMI BEACa FLA. PHONE 5-0654 INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN YOUR HOME SPECIAL BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION W HEN Functional Nervous Disturbances such as Sleeplessness, Crankiness, Excitability, Restlessness or Nervous Headache interfere with your work or spoil your good times, take Dr. Miles Herwine (Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Nervous Tension can make you Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. 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