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The Jewish Floridian ( January 8, 1943 )

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wJewish Flaridliai m w COMBINING TtUB JlBWHSKl UJmMty 3AJL JJUIKAA, XU JULAJL* P9 VOLUME 16—No. 2 MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1943 PRICE 10 CENTS PALESTINE HEADS ARE URGED TO BE CALM IN FUTURE Jerusalem (WNS)—Sir Harold MacMichael, high commissioner for Palestine, appealed to Jewish and Arab leaders in a radio address this week to face with "cool balanced wisdom" the responsibility of maintaining peace and good-will in the Palestine of the future. Sir Harold told the Arab and Jewish leaders: "Face with cool, balanced wisdom the great responsibility that lies upon you for the maintenance of peace and good will in the Palestine of the future, even if you incur the odium of the irresponsible in doing so." Meanwhile, the Friends of the Hebrew University in Palestine, meeting in Tel Aviv, adopted a resolution protesting the activities of Dr. Judah L. Magnes in behalf of the creation of a bi-national state in Palestine. The resolution deplored the fact that "the Hebrew University is headed by a person who is conducting propaganda which is contradictory to the spirit of the Yishuv and the Jewish people." PUBLISHER OF JEWISH PAPER KILLED IN FALL FROM ROOM Newark, N. J. (WNS)—Anton Kaufman, 65-year-old blind publisher of the Newark Jewish Chronicle, whose eloquent frontpage editorials made him a moving force in local Jewish affairs, was killed when he fell from his eighth-floor room in the Robert Treat Hotel here. Mr. Kaufman, blind since 1931, was believed to have fallen out of the window while trying to lower the sash. Born in Hungary, Mr. Kaufman came to this country in 1905 after he was graduated from the University of Berlin. He founded the Detroit Jewish Chronicle in 1914 and remained its publisher until 1918. In 1921, he established the Newark Jewish Chronicle. NAMES OE CZECHS TT0 E WILE REVIEW ALL ECONOMIC NEEDS For the second time since Pearl Harbor. Jewish federations, welfare funds and community councils in all parts of the United States and Canada will send their representatives to a General Assembly to review the economic and social dvelopments arising from the war and formulate policies for the coming year. The 1943 General Assemblytenth in the history of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds—will open in the Hotel Statler, Cleveland, on Jan. 16 and close on Jan. 18. Held in a setting made grim by 13 months of war, the Cleveland Assembly will have one purpose—advancement of America s war program through our community facilities and welfare services. Prominent on the agenda of the 1943 G. A. are problems of war-time maintenance and financing of local Jewish community organizations established over a period of years to meet local, national and overseas Jewish needs. The opening session on Saturday night will be devoted to a discussion of welfare problems and programs in war-time. In his presidential address, Sidney Hollander of Baltimore will analyze the Council's activities in 1942, with particular emphasis on the phases of the national program undertaken in behalf of the member agencies. James Marshall of New York, chairman of the Assembly Program Committee, will review the economic developments arising from the ,war and the impact of current conditions on welfare programs and interests. HANDS OF J.O.C New York—The names of 2.400 Czechoslovakian Jews who have been deported to Poland are in the possession of the Joint Distribution Committee, it was announced today. The lists were received from the Federation of Czechoslovakian Jews in London. American relativos of Jews formerly resident in Czechoslovakia may make inquiry at the office of the Joint Distribution Committee. 100 East 42nd Street. New York City. The lists give I the present addresses of the deportees in the various Polish 1 ghettos, but do not show the former city of residence. Those making inquiry concerning these lists are asked to bear in mind that no direct contact is possible, under American war laws, with persons in enemy-ocCUpied territory. Brief personal messages of no more than 25 words may be sent.through the i Foreign Inquiry Service of the Red Cross. Applications may be made through local Red Cross chapters. VULTEE AIRCRAFT CO. ENDS WORKERS' DISCRIMINATION Washington (WNS)—The Presidents Fair Employment Practices Committee reported this week that the Vultee Aircraft Co., which had been accused of racial and religious discrimination in its employment policy, ; has taken steps to end discrimination against Negroes annd Jews I applying for jobs. Following a public hearing on j complaints against the company, ithe President's Committee ordered Vultee Aircraft to eliminate references to race and religion from its application forms and to instruct its personnel officers to halt discriminatory practices. DUTCH REFUGEES. MOSTLY MOSTLY JEWISH. IN SURINAM Paramaribo, Surinam (WNS)— After two years of exile in then unoccupied France, followed by several months of waiting for passage in Spain and Portugal. 122 Outch refugees have arrived in Paramaribo aboard a Portuguest ship, it was reported this week by the Aneta news agency. AXIS ARE WARNED SEIZED PROPERTY TO OE RESTORED Washington (WNS)—Seventeen Allied governments and the French National Committee this week warned the Axis powers that all properties confiscated in the occupied countries will be restored to their rightful owners at the end of the war. While the joint declaration did not specifically mention properties formerly owned by Jews and later "Aryanized," State Department officials, who made the announcement, emphasized that all individuals, corporations or governments looted by the Nazis will benefit. The declaration follows: "The Union of South Africa, the United States of America, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, the Czecho-Slovak Republic, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Union of Soviet Republics, Greece, India, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Yugoslavia, and the VICHY ANNOUNCES LESSER RATIONS FOR FRENCH JEWS Stockholm (WNS)—Pierre Laval's puppet Vichy government, which recently introduced the notorious Nuremberg anti-Jewish laws throughout France, this week announced that henceforth all Jews in France will receive special ration cards stamped with the letter "J" it was reported here. Under the new system, Jews will be entitled to considerably smaller food and clothing rations than allowed to non-Jews. A similar rationing system, whereby Jews receive less than half the food allowances given to "Aryans," is now in effect in Germany and Nazi-occupied Poland. UTHTH1K Sunday. January 10th has been designated as PICKUP day by trie Greater Mi; ami Army-Navy Committee \ in its drive to furnish 25 re• creation rooms in this area ; for service men. Trucks ', will make round trips all • day to pick up any msicel] laneous equipment and fur. niture items you wish to • make available to provide ; adequate recreational facilities for the boys in service. • IN MIAMI PHONE 3-4012 BEACH PHONE 5-0672 Cooperate Now and Make ', This Project a Success! ^WWk rfMMWMMMM* Cairo (WNS)— Nazi authorities in Axis-controlled Tunisia ordered the execution this week of 25 of the 200 Jewish leaders who were arrested as hostages on Dec. 6 as a warning to the Jewish community to refrain from any proUnited Nations activities, accord ing to reports received here. The Nazi officials were reported to have announced on the Tunis radio that the 25 prominent j Jews had been executed because of the open sympathy shown by the Jewish population for the Allied cause. The Nazi-controlled radio warned that more Jewish leaders would be put to death unless their alleged pro-Allied sabotage was immediately stopped. At the same time anti-Semitic newspapers in Tunisia charged that the Jews were continuing to aid "the enemies of the Axis : powers" and demanded strong reI taliatory action against the Jews. French National Committee, hereby issue a formal warning to all concerned, and in particular to persons in neutral countries, that they intend to do their utmost to defeat methods of dispossession practiced by governments with which they are at war against the countries and peoples who have been so wantonly assaulted and despoiled. "Accordingly the governments making this declaration and the French National Committee reserve all their rights to declare invalid any transfers of, or dealings with, property, rights and interests of any description whatsoever which are. or have been, situated in the territories which have come under occupation or control, direct or indirect, of the governments with which they are at war or which belong or have belonged, to persons, including juridical persons, resident in such territories. This warning applies whether such transfers or dealings have taken the form of open looting or plunder, or of transactions apparently legal in form, even when they purport to be voluntarily effected. "The governments making this declaration and the French National Committee solemnly record their solidarity in this matter." KING NAMES RABBI HERTZ A "COMPANION OF HONOR" London (WNS)—King George this week named Chief Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz of the British Empire a "Companion of Honor" in his annual New Year's Honor List Included among the 40 men throughout the British EmIpire who hold this title are such world figures as Prime Minister Churchill and Prime Minister Jan Smuts of South Africa Another Jew included in the King's Honor List was Major Ben Brunei Cohen, secretary of | the British Legion, who was | knighted. Chief Rabbi Hertz was con' gratulated by the Board of Dep' uties of British Jews for the "honor which has been conferred upon the spiritual leadership of English Jewry.'' The influential Manchester Guardian, reporting the I award to the Chief Rabbi, said I that "it is not only a personal tri-, bute to Rabbi Hertz but a timely expression of sympathy for the affliction of the Jews." VICTORY FULLS 40 POINTS THIS WEEK Geneva (WNS)—The continuing rout of the Nazi armies in Russia has apparently reduced to the vanishing point the faith of the German people in a Nazi victory over the United Nations. This was illustrated In a financial report received here this week. Since the start of the great Russian counter-offensive in the middle of November, it was reported, stocks of formerly Jewish-owned banks, factories and other commercial enterprises, which have been turned over to the "Aryans," have fallen about 40 points. German investors were reported to be withdrawing their support from these enterprises because of the growing belief inside Germany that an Allied victory will restore these ventures to their original Jewish owners and will make present shares in them worthless. As a matter of fact, it was said, the Nazis are withdrawing the stocks of former Jewish enterprises from the foreign stock markets because of diminishing faith in their future stability. REFUGEES TO UNITED STATES DURING PAST TEAR New York—Official government statistics issued by the Immigration and Naturalization Service of the Department of Justice show that 10.608 Jewish refugees from the Nazi dominated European continent were saved from Hitler's extermination squads in 1942. These figures cover the pern.(1 between July 1. 1941 and June 30. 1942. Most of the men, women and children who found a haven across the Atlantic were served by the HIAS-ICA Emigration headquarters in Lisbon. Portugal, just as their American relatives and sponsors were served by HIAS in drawing up the required affidavits and applications for the issuance of U. S. Immigration visas. NAZIS THREATEN DEATH TO BELGIANS FOR JEWISH AID KEEP EM FLYING— By buying Defense Stamps and Bonds. Stockholm (WNS)—Nazi authorities in occupied Belgium issued a warning this week that the death penalty will be invoked for all non-Jewish Belgians who in any way assist Jews. THREE FAITHS OBSERVE DAY OF MOURNING FOR JEWRY Willenstad. Curacao (WNS)— Catholics and Protestants joined with Jews here this week in a day of mourning for the persecuted Jews in Europe. All shops, restaurants and cinemas owned by Jews were closed. The three synagogues of the city were crowded all day with mourners. Hundreds of persons of all creeds attended a rally at the Municipal Theater, speakers including Governor Piet Kasteel. Bishop P. J. H. Verriet, J. H. Spreckel, President of the Curacao Assembly, Dr. George Goslinga, head of the Education Department, the Rev. Eldermans. Protestant minister, Rabbi Cardozo and the Presidents of two Jewish communities, Milton Maduro and Julius Penha.



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PAGE TWO *Je*i$t> Hcrldtmn FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943 Social Personals • • Clubs Organizations Sunday afternoon the wedding of Miss Mae M. Conn, daughter of Mr. Harry Cohn. to Mr. Gerald Second Lt. William Cohen of Miami Beach visited his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Sol GoldJ. Wolfson. son of Mr. and Mrs. strum this week. A Beach rcsiSatn Wolfson. will take place with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The ceremony will take place at the home of the bride's brother. Mr. Maurice C. Cohn. 1959 S. W. 23rd Terrace, and will be followed by a dinner for the immediate family at the San Juan Restaurant. The bride-to-be is formerly of Chicago and was as sociated with Manhattan Distributors. Mr. Wolfson is a graduate of the Bloomsburg State Teachers College at Scranton. Pa. Following their honeymoon trip through the South the couple will be at home at 2112 S. W. 14th Terrace. Miami. dent, he enlisted in the army a year ago and just graduated as an officer from Camp Lee. Va. He has been assigned to the Quartermaster Corps. Orlando, Fla. • • • Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Aronovitx had as their guest for the .! holidays their son Nathan, a premed student at the University of Florida. • • • Mr. A. Pepper is a patient at Sun Ray Sanitarium, where he is recuperating from a recent ill ness, • • • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis announce the bar mitzvah of their Mr. Joseph Scheinberg. son of (son Marvin with the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg. : taking place this Saturday morn-, left two weeks ago for Camp I ing at the Miami Jewish Orthodox | Blanding, where he was inducted > Congregation. A reception will into the armed forces. follow the services. No invitae e e tions will be issued and friends Mr. and Mrs. Myron S. Zeiand relatives are asked to attend enti announce the birth of a th e services as well as a reception daughter. Susan Jean. Tuesday, Sunday evening at their home. Jan. 5th at Jackson Memorial 562 N w 4 8th St.. Miami. Miss Marcie Adelman became the bride of Pvt. Hy Covernian at a ceremony at Beth David synagogue last Sunday afternoon with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiating. The bride was given away by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. with the sisU r of the groom. Miss Rae Coverman of New York, as her maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles AdMiamians will be sorry to learn that Mrs. Samuel Farkas (Eva) passed away December IS in New York. She resided in Miami for many yean, but spent the last eight years in Brooklyn. N. Y. She was 66 years old. and died after an illness of a few days. She leaves her husband. Samuel Farkas of New York, Mrs. Charles Beatty. Mrs. Jack The Pioneer Women's OrganiHospital. • • • The Miami Chapter Senior Hadassah will hold their reguiuar meeting Monday. Jan. 11th at ;2|j£ "wai*7ngton avenue. Mian p. m at Kaplan Hal, Temple IsB( ,. u h Mr Roge Marcus is chair MRS. HARRlr.T JAMISON Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiated Sunday afternoon at the marriage of Miss Harriet Goldman to Mr. Stanley Jamison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jamison of Miami Beach, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Goldrael. Chairman of the afternoon zation, No. 2, is giving a dinner • man. 1717 S. W. 13th street. FolSunday evening. January' 17th. lowing the ceremony a dinner for I at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 35 friends and relatives was Served at the Garden Restaurant. The couple will honeymoon on lady. elman. brother and sister-in-law Schwartz and Mrs. Marx Feinberg of the bride, were the groom's esof Miami Beach and Miami. Mrs. corts and Mr. Marty Werner of Louis Whiteman of Atlanta, Ga., New York was best man. Other and Mrs. Anna Plotkin of New I attendants at the canopy were York, all daughters, and two | Mr. Jack Adelman and Mr. Jacob sons. Harry and Abraham Farkas Brenner, uncles of the bride, and of Brooklyn. David Newman and Sam Syz• • • basko. members of the armed Tm carriage of Miss Evelyn forces and close friends of the Creenwald. daughter of Mr. and groom. Edward Ginsberg. Miami Mrs Charles Greenwald, to WalBeach baritone, sang several se,,r Lazarus, will take place this lections. Music was played by Sunday evening at the home of the University Trio. A reception thc bndt 'Rabbl Max Shapiro followed in the Talmud Torah au-, Wl11 officiate. The couple will ditorium. A dinner for the mem-, m akc their homc in R^ign. N.C. bers of the immediate family took Corporal Morton* Hacker, son place at the Palatial Restaurant j of Mr and ^ Harry Hack#r that evening. The couple honeymooned in an adjacent city. Private Coverman is stationed at Camp Belle Haven with the Yankee Division. The bride will make her homc in Miami. • • • "A Democratic Manifesto." by Emery Reeves, will be reviewed 410 N. W. 18th avenue, has axrived from Hawaii for a two weeks furlough. Leaving here he will enter Officer's Training School at Ft. Benning. Georgia. e e e Miss Rita Futerfas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futerfas, 1303 S. W. 16th street, has rethe East Coast and upon their return will reside at 529 N. E. 70th street will bo Mrs. Josepii Ram bam. The program will be in behalf of I Culminating a childhood rothe Jewish National Fund, with mance is the engagement of Missj Rabbi Max Shapiro as guest Dolly Selby. daughter of Mr. and [ Dr. and Mrs Samuel Aronovitz speaker. Members are urged to Mrs. John Selby. to Mr. Peretz announce the engagement of bring their J. N F boxes to the Scheinberg. son of Mr. and Mrs.' their daughter Arline, to Mr. meeting. Mendel Scheinberg. pioneer faro-; Ronald V. Kent of New York • • ily. Miss Selby attended public j City. Miss Aronovitz attended Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder schools in Miami and is now livthe public schools of Miami the announce the birth oX a son Moning in Atlanta where she is en-, University of Alabama and gradday, Jan. 4th. at Sinai Hospital, gaged in defense activities. Mr. uated from the University of MiBaltimore. Md. Mrs. Binder is Scheinberg is medical student at j ami. She is visiting her parents the former Ray Shochet. The bris Emery Univrsity in his junior 'at their home. 1820 S. W. 11th will take place Monday at which year. He holds a reserve com-[St.. and will soon return to New tune the child will be named J. mission as an ensign in the U. S.|York where she is at present reLouis. in memory of the late J. Naval Reserve. The wedding will'siding. Mr. Kent is a graduate Louis Shochet. founder and pub take place upon Mr. Scbeinberg's of Alfred University and obFlondian. graduation. tained his Master's degree at N. Y. U. He was recently awarded a medal for meritorius service by the United States Maritime Commission. No date has been set for the weding. announces the :e—ovzi office* fron the duPonl Building to 1105 Huntington Building TELEPHON1 PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY of his this Saturday afternoon, at 4:00 turned to Tallahassee, Fla., where o'clock by Reuben S. Levins of New York, at the Spinoza Forum, under the canopy, on the lawn of the home of Dr. Abraham Wolfson. 124 11th street. Miami Beach. Next Saturday afternoon, Francis P. Locke of the Miami Maily News, will address the Spinoza she is a student at the Florida State College for Women. She spent three weeks during the holiday season with her parents and her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Buckstein. e e • The Daughters of Israel will Forum on. "Are We Retreating hold a bridge party at the Sea from the Four Freedoms?" Breese Hotel. Collins avenue and • • • Second street Tuesday. January Mr. and Mrs. Morris Per ell 12. at 1130 p. m. Refreshments have returned to Miami Beach will be serveo* from their northern home in De-1 ————— _________ troit. Mich. 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FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943 k-wlslfkrldinn PAGE THREE Four Palestine Jewish soldiers, members of the Palestine Buffs, arrived in the United States on an undisclosed military mission. Visiting the headquarters of the United Palestine Appeal, the men described the development of the U.I'.A.-built agricultural settlements in the Jewish homeland in which they had been farmers before the outbreak of the war. The Jewish soldiers said thai food production was being greatly increased in the Palestine settlements to supply the allied armies now ~\.\tioned in the Middle East. Shown in the photo pointing out the location 'of the colonies from which they came are, from left to right: Pvt. Isaac Bonah of the colony of Shaar Ilagolan in the Jordan Valley; Sgt. Sinai Leichter of Jerusalem; Pvt. Samuel Schwarz of Tel Ativ and Pvt. Isuuc Puttermilk of Ein Hahoresh. Funds for the United Palestine Appeal's defense and upbuilding program in Palestine are provided through the United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine in which the U.P.A. is represented together with the Joint Distribution Committee and National Refugee Service. JUST BEEN ISSUED Just published by The Jewish Publication Society of America is "The Jewish Community, Its History and Structure to the American Revolution," in three volumes, by Salo W. Baron, professor of Jewish History at Columbia University. Professor Baron will be remembered for the significant work which he published several years ago under the title, "A Social and Religious History of the Jews." His present study of the Jewish community shows the remarkable grasp of historical development, the incredible knowledge of source material and of printed works, and the wide linguistic acquaintanceship which one has come to associate with his name. Through the efforts of Mrs. Lena Wolk, the Hanita Club of the Pioneer Woman's Organization has been organized. At the last meeting held at the home of ... in Miami, Florida SUN-RAY PARK HEALTH RESORT ESTABLISHED IN 1928 APPROVED SANITARIUM With Cheerful Hotel Atmosphere For RcM. Convalescent. Chronie and Acute Medical Cases Graduate Nursing and Dietetic Staff Resident Physician. Complete Physical Therapv. Four Acres Landscaped Grounds. Sports. Recreations. A. W ELLIS Pres. 3 W. PLATIN. M D.. Med. Dlr. 125 S. W. 30th Court. Miami, Fieri** Phone 4-1669 Mrs. Wolk, officers elected were: Mrs. Lena Wolk, president; Mrs. M. Krieger, first vice president: Mrs. R. Schwartz, second vice (president; Mrs. A. Orovitz, third vice president; Mrs. R. Plotkin, financial secretary; Mrs. May Stuart, recording secretary; Mrs. S. Sadowsky, treasurer; Mrs. I. Laschower, cultural chairman, and Mrs. Greenberg, hospitality chairman. Mrs. Eva Checkoway, national representative, was guest speaker. A membership tea was held last Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. Plotkin and another tea will be held at the home of Mrs. H. Marcus. 1553 Jefferson Avenue this Saturday afternoon, at which Mrs. Checkoway will speak on "Cooperative Movement in Palestine." DR. SALO W. BARON PALMER I iiniT.-ii i hapeJ 200> W. FLAGLII ST. A 2. u v. A c N E CE 9-2664 In M emonam % Fold his hands upon his breast, Close his tired eyes, Let no wail disturb his rest Where he, sleeping lies. He has drunk life's honey-cup, He has drained the gall— You may pile Life's baubles up, He is through with all. He is through with laughter gay, He is through with tears; All his nights have flown away, All his dragging years. Sing him songs of quiet cheer, Sound no dolesome knell; 1 know he says, could we but hear, "My children, all is well." ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET DIED fth OF SHVAT. 5889 (JANUARY IT. 1928) In Loving Remembrance His Children Upon this subject Professor Baron has brought to bear his sociological training, his historical perspective and his profound expertness in rabbinic literature. The result is truly a monumental work. The first volume deals witii the community as a whole. Beginning with the municipal organizations in Palestine during I the days of the First and Second Commonwealths, the book coni tinues with a discussion of the I origins and functioning of the synagogue, around which comi munity life was centered. The second volume describes the manner in which the community functioned. The procedures for the holding of elections for communal officers in various parts of the world are sometimes bewildering and amusing. Communities of the past had the additional problems of religious life to solve: rabbis, teachers and judges being communal officials. The modern American Jew will find this portion of the hook particularly instructive. The scholar will read this work to the end without stopping, for he will find the point of view novel and the new information stimulating. The devoted communal leader and the intelligent contributor to community funds will absorb it slowly but systematically, for it will provide them with food for thought on many problems which must trouble them in the present organization of the American Jewish community. The so-called "average reader should have it on his shelf and refer to it by topic from time to time. For the three volumes are a mine of information on the social life of the Jews, their manners and customs, their quarrels and their hopes. Professor Salo Wittmayer Baron, the author, has occupied the Chair of Jewish History, Literature and Institutions on the Miller Foundation at Columbia University since 1930. He was born in Tarnow, Austria, in 1895, and received his higher education in Vienna, receiving the following degrees in years 1917-23. Ph.D., Polit. Sc. D., Jud. D., all from the University of Vienna, and a rabbinical degree from the Jewish Theological Seminary in Vienna. Rabbi Joseph Levemon, the 100th Jewish chaplain to be sworn in for active duty, is shown here as he recently took the induction oath from Maior J. D. Humphries. Jr., Adjutant, 48th Coast Artillery, Norfolk, Va. Rabbi Levenson is the 100th rabbi to be endorsed for military service by the Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities of the Jewish Welfare Board Twenty-nine years of age, Rabbi Levenson is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and of the Hebrew Union College. His family resides in Weirton, W. Va. J.W.B.|Ei> Seeks Workers for U.S.0. Program The National Jewish Welfare Board will welcome applications from men and women with experience In communal work, interested in becoming more closely Identified with the war effort to serve in its U.S.O. program for men in uniform in a full-time, professional capacity, both as field directors and as assistants. At present over 200 men and women are employed by the J.W.B. In U.S.O. work. A background of professional or volunteer service in community organizations, group work, adult education, program planning or similar activities is desirable, but not necessary. College graduates are preferred. Women applicants must be 27 years of age or over; men must be 30 years of age or over and must not be subject to military service in the near future. All applicants must be free to accept posts in any part of the United States. If you feel your experience qualifies you, apply to: Personnel Director, NATIONAL JEWISH WELFARE BOARD 220 FIFTH AVENUE New York, N. Y. 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A doe* ar: reflect at _.arge t su=i>er of our pec?e as realy are Ziacmi a-, bwt So :: beco=e* esseataJ that every Jew : iu a spark of fee-ia; ir bis bear*, for *_ae YBBBV Mdi er^ro.. at a member. A Bane MahnUf weald inebesta the toe rr.ass SBBBfdi al ZkBBSl CSBTietiaB aric wsuid yt** "-ae stasses & roore telling repreBHUBtiaa — the w—rih of Arr.er.oaz Jewry ir. wr_or. the Z.orust Croar_oa:.:r. participates ta= :t BBS II am a power:., kaDBesoe w:tr. BBvafaaNatal 6oeso.es ir. the aoaJewiat w::.r w.tr when we are .r. :crjtast eeattaeL Ahoee aa dest.-Tedly lar?e aaes:bersr_r .r tat Z.tr^-. OrgaanatiaB waald b* tr. -r.o_;a--:r. -.r.ctaa Jews ia Araenoa bar* iwcjce-e-c •.; a rea';ia:ior that "-r.e Jawtek rrrbies: a r.: :re :: pr._c.r.:srepf b-t a proo.err. :: KtataaBMaaUpi We vr.:;-r the oawiy ccgcmiaad Mkxzzu Baacb Z.:r_5Dissdct la .t-zzezs ~e exper.r-re-i %  ._-. :~z::zs zs heddl :: ?.";•-;-;. groupt We rer! "r: -^.e otdditMO c: "i-s new — :_z wiE z_Daw _-e ;-; v.r:: into 7jrmiam 1^ ^r;r tc eslichiea and j^::m ..rr. — r d*recdy : saesbcc wot z=::e-i z= K wbcr difference doet .' -;ir' r ^ .:•: n= j:e isr: —; ;^^; aoeoe aaereaa HITLER MAZES ANOTHER SPEECH New Yee £ -essrre :: -_-.e Gennao :-e-::.r Hitles lep ecoed :-^ infcasoai thread k enerminme the lawiafa pcopat c: Emopa. r:nur.r ;r. the beell :: repcflU frccn vz:.:_ = _.._-. — —i — -J --T — — ^=" ; _r_s sz ~—Z~ — r r nr. s* —r. up CDC ...._. *+ \ ^ ~1." : _r"..V.. '"'.". %  '. V.""^^-'."". ; _^ -' .". mo}o :;:er in Rusna and Nardi Africa by iZZ-~'-' .~--"~' : r "" aiiensiryincj -.:.;_ %  ann-JewiM zzpzrzzzzs and ZkaS ^1--V_ Sr^ied rr\ arS eyel :: "'" ie=aocrcac W W ca the plighl o: ana *::=: daoagi aaereateo ^ mcary Ddtes S^rere r= n_ p r e r i oul r:_:ij ..:_ ... .. —" —D3-w::'_nc oc the f~.. -:_2~r_"j'-; -I: ; -~T_J." ". •" •. a t=ae ice z: '" '" r : — ::: --~ > howarai we -;. Th= diese new :-: = hc^ neoped up dwn "^ : "' "^ r H e: ': -~ '--' ** -~^~ — %  l =nc -^ ewiSE Z^::.T _^.e-s= v.r:: ^_rf^. die essmawd 5.300.00C Jewi =: rapiad I_-:z^ Hiiies 3 Ictea) tpaada WOJ more hyatariccd —• --^--'--Z NCEE Foahrea bco bacruB *.i feed the iraa DBI :: me Unnad Nanont batd •: s-^-e eSara -: chcoeche: spec thes DWS j_-.:-.-.r tree -—_;n= :: -_£ aad :-:^ ekes NOW ;R. Briokner Than o^t-jr wai = DBM i... haaa rf oi o^r afiatti ::r Paleatiaa ir.c c.: pe-:r.e waaa :• wii it -e-cesiary thai tfaa Z^r_<-. Z-~=?;t-;r :: Ajaana thnwM rsj..r?;:e-s^r-. 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It organized by the B'nai Bnth m is being set by re being beeped to obtain the nm CM '.ribution to %  )BITS FROM EVEBYWHEBB: : ^ NCOE craaincii bat ":; l : ~" r ^ : : ::enough The Deckaa"~-~ "" %  aianaj r:— r_^ rr :: -z.i-z ::-::j ,-• — i z~ : ~:: ""; • -.. repacaed :: tvee :: ac mc --.:\r^_ ~'J "" Loercui rr; a ar*wa t :: the :-eij en s--r~ •on : reacoe the s nia r tu nsw 'r^£ That a ~-^ --^f '-' %  zz.z : sad a -^ ^ : J^" ^ --:" .'"cdce .e-:;t:=i.: as -^ —^^-^r 1 ".:Horn -. acrea --ir laws C A P I T A L L E By CHARLES ELKSCS T T E R A= and •• "" ::, ?--.: %  : propaganda show !" J i-;Asoencaz JJ tor known work ^ad 4S. fc"J?w^£ L£r r :f L %  ~ A_-t.-.r£ aa n iaaac the fjrt "• : Victory a not deaened : ----'-' -^ 4 6 f^swatf -*r --^~ Arr.er.3 was the uSedStSL^ *-*n r^ak !" troubie t: wy-.-e f.r .-. """^J" be %  rou a ---, • — -._'• ... aaat :-onm-Vieterj a ai EVpaai u Amen v_ v — %  s^tSTftrJr ^erfezrarr^s; -^ -r,ey augte a-ocaae Ojd '^tV .-.-.i -y -^ J^f Marterfiock aietanar. -w tr.-. ;.-=-.-_, _-f ^ :._--;ti*: r.-. LU;WM aal aaaaaai > %  • ^iej War Agans: .-s a:,; .-f : are If :-p, tte .. ^ reaBUg, r refugees America' :es her greatness. The ?_B HjgaenoU. the Quat^itc% Confidential By PHTNEAS I BIRON RUMANIAN RUMBLINGS Rumanian ex •:_-.: Dcoral'i oighl club life in Mexico is ::_an ekdxrate aciaeu behind whkda is being conducted mos! dihoeni attempt pabfic support for his prirate Free ?_rr.-:_~^ r :.: r._n-.an.:an Jewish organizr-_::^ which during 3:::. s :e.rr. bad great dithculty in obtammg ; heannc -.: ;.errre now being wooed most OBSiouc*uEiy I _-.e ex-E-r.cs ;c..":cl emissaries in this ::-:.--. and in Canada .In the United States there me %  -^ Ru rnania a kwi wba hcrve endorsed Carols Free -_..::_zr moresnaoj Ir. Canada, however. Jews are de* : — : bah _-.e apeaad ai Carols brand ol treedom %  • : ? er "_ : read -"-hOBBl by Samuel H. Abramson. -:-: Sfranae COM O: Corel 'Moraru. Fischer 6 Co.' %  i : -' expose of what Carols movement stands for. THIS NEW YEAR jerrrany r-mends br.dee exner. Ev Culbertson. will sur:"".~".' : Dri£W New Ye= s -*-'-' '•'•*= nd perhaps even be1 —' -.* %  — :ve: anxfla another commentator, learning -apan .Ul is known as the Year of the Goat excesses -^e pious hop* faal tlus wiU be the veax when Hiro*_. ieam mat r_ue: made him the goat when he pers-aaie; me :=jx \z maka eir snake-m-the-graes Peari Harbor aaacx — .?A. wn.cn :• seems was known as the Year of %  • aue. Then there s Harry Hershheld. who reports — _ne a ms racao co^eagues msists that the Russians can't stcv me sermons any more—now that the Nazis are adv -n_mg an ser_r THIS AND THAT W J: I'^-'-zsr j-"_ e —=rms us that a movement is under hZiZ-~H r> e *^r R=or);iiCt to bring about a state oi peace T-V*; iS^rS 5 ^ =**•• %  tbe Central Confer me" -^-r^^^r 2 ^-• %  Hotel mea who can tell by wear cna tear undergone by their Gideon aumous in reporting that reading oi Holy -.. rvrV-5 bca ^aeaaed greeMty s.nce Ame: bom -"'ee --_~ ,\1! by special request coming ,1 d I" "~4T52" WCTed to ^glcmd a musical novelty asmHe!W~ aove-t^s—a nolm duet by lack Benny and ^:<*d !" *£IWaZS t::e Ylddish theatregoers of maae'a h? ~.-". .: ^^y actress (not Jew^h) who 3= noesnknow^ri.-*-^ 0 ^ ^ Couple ^


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fcllDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943 v.Jewlsti florMian PAGE FIVE With the Houses of Worship FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. MSATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M. SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.: Religious School. Monday-Thursday. 3:45 DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M. CONG BETH DAVID 136 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor 135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1471 MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Residence Phone. 2-2176 Mr. Louis Maruulles Reporting SCHAAREI ZEDEK (GATES OP JUSTICE) !<• *. W. Third Street Miami. Florida Late Friday Evening Services The Pioneer Women for Palestine will conduct the services at Beth David Synagogue Friday i evening at 8:15. Participating in these services will be Mrs. L. Adelman, Mrs. David Friedman, [Mrs. Aaron Liebman, Mrs. Max |i Shapiro, Mrs. M. Shubow and lrs. Henry Seitlin. The guest speaker for the evening will be firs. Eva Checkoway, national rganizer for the Pioneer Wojen's Organization for Palestine. Irs. Checkoway will discuss the ibject, "Achievement of Pioleer Women in Palestine." Candor Louis Hayman and the boys ind girls of Beth David Choir /ill conduct the services. Mr. ind Mrs. Max Goldenblank will 'serve as hosts at a reception im[mediately after the services in [honor of their wedding anniversary. Sabbath Services Regular Sabbath services begin at 8:30 and Junior Congregational services at 10:30 a. m. Congregational Meeting Harry Markowitz, congregational president, urges all members to be present at the first meeting of the new administration Sunday evening, January 10 at 8 o'clock at Beth David auIditorium. The newly elected officers will be officially installed and the budget for the fiscal year Jwill be presented. A fine pro\ gram has been arranged and refreshments will be served. In addition, an important discussion pertaining to your child's Jewish education will take place. Remember, we expect to see you at Beth David Sunday evening at 8 o'clock sharp. In Memorium The following Yahrzeitcn of beloved ones whose names are inscribed in our Book of Life, and whose Yahrzeiten occur this coming week, will be mentioned from the pulpit this Friday evening during the services: Yehudal, father of Frances Warshaff; Anna Weintraub, mother of Joe Weintraub; Mendel Fisher, father of Mrs. N. Sperling; Louis Simon, father of Murray Simon; Moshc, father of Mrs. Wm. Friedman; Rev. Mordecha Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz; Yaakav, father of Norman Rossman; Rivkah, sister of Mrs. Harry Markowitz; Yisroel Hershel, father of Adolph Haimes. Sunday School Carnival The P.T.A. carnival for the Sunday School students, members and parents, will be held Sunday. January 10 from 12 to 4 p. m. A booth for the sale of War Bonds and Stamps will be erected, and games of every description will be available. Mrs. Sam Dickson is general chairman and Mrs. Jake Engler will be in charge of the luncheons. Mrs. Harry Oliphant, president, expects to see all members this Sunday afternoon. Red Crocs Sewing Mrs. Harry Oliphant announces that sewing for the Red Cross will be resumed at Beth David auditorium every Tuesday and Thursday. We urge all ladies who can sew by machine or hand to please join with us, contact the office or Mrs. Sam Dickson for further information. First Book Review The first books to be reviewed by Rabbi Max Shapiro in the 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. Following the Friday evening services refreshments are served in the vestry rooms of the congregation. Educational Hebrew School daily at 3:45 and Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. on Sunday mornings. Ladies Auxiliary Our Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring a card and package party Sunday evening at the synagogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd street. A full program has been arranged for the evening's activities and Mrs. Ida Buckstein, who is our president, has personally taken charge of the affair and will serve as chairlady. All members are urged to be present and bring with them a gift package which is the only admission charge. The public is cordially invited. TEMPLE ISRAEL 117 N. E. 19th St. Ph. 2-7715 RADHI JACOB M. KAPLAN, Ph.D. Rabbi Emeritus 6998 Indian Creek Drive Miami Reach Ph. 6-1205 RABBI OONMAN A. ZWITMAN 54*0 L*Oorce Drlce. Miami Reach Phone 6-1738 BETH SHOLOM CENTER 761 41 st Street, Miami Reach Phone 5S-1961 S. M. MACMTEI. Rabbi 1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami Phone 2-2579 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX 590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Ma. LEWIS C.RKKN. Sexton 1441 S. W. Piflh Street Services A large attendance greeted the appearance of Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky at the services this past week end. He chanted as well as addressed the audiences who appreciated his talents tremendously. The Shalosh Sudas was in honor of the guest rabbi and was tendered by the president of the congregation and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. Rifas. Meetings A meeting of the board of directors was held last Tuesday evening and important matters concerning the future of the congregation were discussed and acted upon. These will be made public in the near future. Bar Mitzvah The bar mitzvah of Marvin, the Services at Temple Israel Friday evening, Jan 8, will be conducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman at 8:15 o'clock. Subject of Rabbi Zwitman's sermon will be "Retrospect and Prospect," dealing with a summary analysis of recent documents on contemporary Jewish problems. The musical section of the service will be under the direction of Frances Tarboux, organist A reception for worshipers will follow the services. Morning services will be held at Temple Israel on Saturday, Jan.. 9th, at 11 o'clock. At these services the bar mitzvah celebration of Alvin Frank will be held. In Memoriam "May the Father of Peace send peace to all who mourn and comfort the bereaved among us." At the services Friday evening, the memory of the following will be hallowed: Recently departed: Moses Fcder, father of Mrs. Sam Katz; Minnie Feldman, mother of Mrs. Max Solomon and William Feldman; Rose Levy Simpson, wife of Julius Simpson; Samuel Simons, father of Harry V. Simons; Felix Metzger. father of Mrs. J. Eppstein; Mendel Cromer, husband of Mrs. Florence Cromer; Abe W. Winston, brother of Hyman M. Winston; Marie Marculescu, sister of Mrs. Rose Raff; David Hammer, grandfather of Mrs. A. M. Wise. Floral decorations of last week in honor of David Lewis, bar mitzvah. BETH JACOB CONG Washington Avenue and Third Street. Miami Beach MOSKS MUSCH KLOKF. Rabbi 711 I^enox Avenue. Phone fc-1328 MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor •21 Lenox Ave. Ph. S-7131 YESHIVA CENTER ti Michigan Avenue Miami Reach (CONTINUED ON PAGE > 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. Sabbath Services At the Sabbath eve service at 8:15 tonight, Rabbi S. M. Machtei will speak on "Don't Grow Up." A social period will follow the service. A Sisterhood committee will be hostesses. Sabbath services will begin at 9 a. m. tomorrow. Rabbi Machtei will preach on a text from the weekly portion. His subject will be "Pharaoh and Hitler." Adult Class The adult class in Jewish Science meets at 11 a. m. Sunday. This week's lesson by Rabbi Machtei will be "Yours for the Asking." The theme will be the technique of prayer. Siyum Hatorah Several months ago Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell of Detroit and Miami Beach donated a new Sefer Torah to the chapel of Beth Sholom Center. Official presentation and acceptance, with the traditional Hoscholoh VeSiyum HaTorah was delayed pending the arrival of the donors to their Miami Beach home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell have returned to Miami Beach. At the general meeting at Beth Sholom Center last Wednesday, President Alfred B. Rosenstein appointed a committee to arrange for the ceremony to be held at the Center in the immediate future. Meetings The Sisterhood will meet on Tuesday evening at eight. The next regular meeting of the board of directors will be held at the Center at 8 p. m. on Wednesday. Service Men The service men's recreation rooms are open daily. A Sisterhood committee Is In attendance every evening to attend to the needs of the men in uniform. There are games, library and writing material. The following will be on duty the coming week: Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Sara Schoenfeld, and Mrs. Hannah Ellis. TEMPLE EMANUEL 1801 South Andrews Avenue Ft. iAUderdale, Florida RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON 706 S. E. 9th Street Ph. 1418 Sabbath services Friday at 8 p. m., followed by monthly meeting of board of directors. Religious School Sunday at 10 a. m. Sisterhood benefit social Monday at 8 p. m., open to both men and women. Temple Emanu-El is a Reform synagogue serving Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, and all of Broward County. A special welcome is extended to winter residents and to service men aid officers in this region. winter series will be "The Raft" and "They Were Expendable" on Monday evening, January 18th at 8:15 o'clock, at Beth David auditorium. Please contact the office or Mrs. Jack August, 5-3376 for your tickets. SHAARAY TEFILA 440 Espanola Way Miami Beach Services will be held Friday at 6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9 a. m. and 5:30 p. m. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will speak during the Saturday morning services on the subject, "Rabbinic Leadership." Shalosh S'udas will take place at 5:45 p. m. Saturday and will be followed by Maariv services. Daily services 8 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. The Ein-Yakov group meets Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at 6:45 p. m. and the Shulchan Oruch group meets Wednesday and Thursday at 6:45 p. m. Bible class is conducted daily. M. FRIEDMAN Practical Hebrew Teacher •20 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach PHONE 5-9026 Beginners to Talmud Individual Instruction Special Attention to Bar Mitivahi BEACH JEWISH CENTER HI". Buolld Avenue. Miami Beach DR. SAMUEL BBN8ION, Rabbi 1536 Jefferson Avenue Phone 5-4781 or 5-4732 Rev. Glenn C. James of White Temple will speak at the Friday night services on the subject of "God and Tomorrow." Dr. Bension will conduct the services. Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the choir will present the musical program. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak at the Saturday morning services on the subject of "Soft Brains and Hard Hearts." A Sabbath joy social for service men will be held at 6 p. m. Civilians are also welcome. General Membership Meeting The first general membership meeting of the season will be held in the Center synagogue on Tuesday, January 12th at 8 p. m. Dr. Samuel Bension will speak. A board recommendation of the most vital importance will be presented. Every member is urged to attend. Condolences The rabbi and the congregation extend their sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Israel Kaplan, our esteemed member, and his (CONTINUED ON PAGE •) Friday Night Forum Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will speak on "Noble Statements" at the Friday night service at 8:30. Cantor Maurice Mamches will lead in the community singing. Sabbath Sermon "Seeing in Adversity" will be the rabbi's sermon topic. Shalosh S'oodoss A special service men's Shalosh S'oodoss Table will be spread by Mrs. Ethel Schaffron for all Jewish service men. Last week Rabbi J. L. Reines was guest speaker. Sisterhood Membership Tea The annual Sisterhood Membership Tea will be held Monday, January 11 at 2 p. m. at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. Moses Mescheloff. Mrs. Moses Krieger will act as chairman. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Isidore Friedman, national president of the Women's Branch of the U. O. J. C. A. Mrs. Louis Werfl will review the book "By the Waters of Babylon." Miss Ruth Brotman will lead in community singing. Mrs. Moses Mescheloff will deliver the invocation. Mrs. B. H. London will bring presidential greetings. Membership Meeting An enjoyable meeting of our membership was had on Thursday night. The quarterly financial report was delivered. A number of important matters of policy were acted upon. A musical program and refreshments followed the business meeting. Adult Education Classes Two daily classes have been initiated for adults at our synagogue. A daily class in Talmud is held at 5 p. m. under the leadership of S. Freedman. Rabbi Mescheloff presents the study of Ein Yaakov between Mincha and Maariv each week-day. J. Goldin leads a class in Bible each Saturday morning at 8. These classes are free and open to the general public. Service Club The Service Men's Service Club is open every week-day evening from 7 to 11 o'clock. Programs of music and entertainment are preesnted most evenings in the week. A music appreciation hour is presented Wednesday by Miss Celia Traurig. Sunday is sandwich day for all service men, when kosher sandwiches are served in addition to the daily refreshments of punch, cakes and cookies. Congratulations We give our hearty Mazul Tov to the young married couple, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Gross, (nee Lillian Adler) their families and many friends. The wedding took place at the Adler home Sunday afternoon. The ceremony was performed by Rabbi Mescheloff with the assistance of Cantor Mamches. CONG BETH ABRAHAM 135 N. W. Firth Ave., Miami Friday evening services at 6:15 o'clock. Saturday morning services at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M. Kagan will speak on "The Portion of the Week." —Buy War Bonds Today— 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 ^^^^HH9I .'•.r-jawwfcStti



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^DAY, JANUARY 8, 1943 OH DAVID HOLDS ISOLATION 0 F S NEW OFFICERS %  The installation of newly elected officers of Beth David CongreBtion, 135 N. W. Third avenue, iami, Florida, Miami's Pioneer Hewish congregation, will take ffjlacc Sunday evening, January Bth at 8:00 o'clock at the Beth David auditorium. The officers to be installed for 1943 are, Harry Markowitz, president; Al Quadow vice president; Sam Dickson, recording secretary; Harry +Jewlst> ihrkUati PAGE SEVEN HARRY MARKOWITZ Newly Elected President Beth David Congregation are: Milton A. Friedman, Robert Krentzman, and Nat Zalka; holdover members of the board are Sol Schwartz, Jack August, and Hyman Sootin. In connection with the installation an excellent program has been arranged and refreshments will be served. An important business meeting will also take place, including approval of the budget. Mr. Markowitz, newly elected president, has served as past president of the congregation and has been active in other communal activities of many local organizations. Simons, financial secretary, and Harry Rabe, treasurer. Newly elected members of the board of directors for a term of two years : PALM BEACH NOTES JEWISH FLORIDIAN OFFICE. 226 S. OIJVE STREET IN THE FOX BUILDING MRS. MARY SCHREBNICK, Representative m HxHiis Halpern is stationed at Boca Raton. %  firs. S. Gallick has as her west from Chicago her daughter and two grandchildren. They £11 spend the winter with her at r home, 529 Gardenia, f Madeline and Geraldine Halpern have returned to Tallahassee Where they are students at the Florida State College for WoSen, after spending the holidays With their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hexry Halpern. During their viiit they were extensively entertained. $15,000 was the amount of War Bonds purchased at the last Sleeting of B'nai B'rith Lodge, I 1146, bringing the total above $50,000 mark raised through ie efforts of the Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gold, formerly of West Palm Beach arc now residing in Miami where Mr. Gold is connected with the government. Mrs. Gold is a sister to Mrs. Phil Blicher. Miss Eugenie J. Argintar, [daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Argintar, 419 28th St., and Lt. Richard Frederick Krausc, Camp Polk, ^a., son of Mrs. Meyer Lefkowitz, til 11th St.. this city, were united in marriage by Rabbi Solomon JBazcll in Louisville, Ky., Dec. 24. Mrs Krause was graduated from fralm Beach High School and is a senior at the Florida State College for Women, where she expects to graduate .in June and where she is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Lt. Krause was graduated from Palm Beach School and was a senior at the University of Florida when he enlisted in the Army. He is a member of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. After completion of special training in Louisville, Lt. Krause expects to return to his home base, Camp Polk, about Jan. 13. Mrs. Pearl R. Held, 729 Penn St., announces the marriage of her daughter, Miss Ethel Held, and Lieut. Roger F. Powell, Morrison Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Powell, Indianola, Neb., at Ridgeland, S. C, Dec. 25. She was graduated from Palm Beach High School with the class of 1941. She was employed at Morrison Field and later transferred to Hunter Field. Lieut. Powell was graduated from the Indianola High School with the class of 1935 and attended the University of Nebraska, majoring in engineering. He and his bride will make their home here. He is assistant engineering officer at Morrison Field. Mrs. Held open house in honor of Lieut, and Mrs. Powell, at her home Sunday afternoon. "EAT HOLSUM BREAD" AMBULANCE SERVICE MIZELL SIMON MORTUARY 413 Hibiscus Street Ph. 8121 West Palm Beach, Florida For the Best in Dairy Product* ALFAR CRE.AMEIRV CO. WEST PALM BEACH MILK—CREAM—ICE CREAM SOUTHERN DAIRIES Serving Palm Beach County, featuring the Nationally Famous Southern Dairies Products and Ice Cream. AS NEAR TO YOU AS YOUR PHONE [ 318 HARVEY BUILDING PHONE 6093 Writing Fire and all Kindred Line*
f the Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida. AI.BKKT KLEIN. Bole Owner. 12/2.-, I/1-S-1S-22 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT <)F Fl.olUDA, IN ANI> Foil DADS COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. 76906 MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON, Plaintiff vs. GREGORY CUNT' IN, 1 'efendant DIVORCE ORDER OF PUBLICATION To. MR. GREGORY CLINTON. ADDRESH UNKNOWN. You are hereby required to be and appear before the Circuit Court of the [Cleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Dade County, on or before the 1st day of February. IMS, to a Hill of Divorce brought against you by MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON. otherwise a decree pro COnfeMQ will be entered against you. This (Oder shall be published In the Jewish Fioridian. a newspaper In I lad,County. Florida, once a week for four MI consecutive weeki Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th day of 11 mber, 1942 E a LBATHERMAN Af Clerk of said Circuit Court. {< "ii cull 'o.irt Seal) liv WM. KIRTLEY. i leputy 'leik. 1/1-8-15-22-29 MAX R SI I.VKit Attorney for Plaintiff. NOTICE OP PUBLICATION To MOKELL JOSEPH DAVIS, Address Unknown, You are hereby notified thai a Hill of Complaint for Divorce haa been filed against you In the Circuit Court of the eleventh Judicial Circuit In and for Dad.County, Florida, wherein Nora Davla Ii Plaintiff and Moreii Joseph Da via is Defendant, and you are hereby required to file an appearance In such proceedings on or before Monday, February 1. A. D. 1943, in default of which the Hill will be taken as confessed against you. DATF.D this 30 day of December, A. D. 1942. B. B LKATHF.KMAN Clerk of Circuit Court (aaalj By WM. KIKTI.F.Y. Deputy Clerk MAX It SILVER Attorney for I'l.iintlff 1/I-8-16-22-29 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Chapter 174.". 7 — Acts of 1933 File A 5577 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jacob E Mosnat holder of State and County Tax Certificate No. 13842 Issued the 3rd day of June, A. D. 1940, him filed same in my office, and has made application for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Said Certificate embraces the following described property in the County of Ihide, State of Florida, to-wit: Lot 30. Block 1. Silver ltluff Business Center, a Sub., Plat Book 14. Page 76. In the County of Dade. State of Florida. The assessment of said property under the said certificate was In the name of: Blanche I.. Gannon. 1'nless said certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described herein will be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Mondav In the month of March. 1943. which is the let day of March, 1943. Dated this 6th day of January, 1943. K. 1!. LKATHERMAN, Clerk of Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida. (Circuit Court 8eal) By L. M. Johnson. D. C. 1/8-15-22-29 London (WNS)—In one of his most hysterical speeches, Adolf Hitler repeated to the world this week his notorious threat to exterminate the Jews of the world. The Nazi Feuhrer, in a New Year's message to the German people, blamed President Roosevelt and world Jewry for the present war and for all of the world's ills. Boasting that all of his pre-war predictions had been realized. Hitler declared that his prophecy that a second world war would result in the total annihilation of world Jewry would be borne out. Stating that the truth of his prewar predicions "cannot be doubted," Hitler said: "And if furthermore I gave assurance that the hope of international Jewry to destroy the German and other European nations by means of a new World War will be the gravest error committed by Jewry for thousands of years, that it will in any case not destroy the German nation but will exterminate itself. There could no longer be any doubt about this matter, even today." The man most responsible for the slaughter of 2,000,000 innocent Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe then went on to say: "This time millions of decent people will not again with impunity be driven into the field of battle and sacrificed in vain in the interests of a race burdened with a curse so that international Jewry may be able to conduct its business transactions or to indulge in Old Testament rage. "But that this race is the chief originator of this war can best be proved by the fact that what may appear to be the most extreme differences have been united in the right against European national States. This alliance between arch-capitalist States of the West, or even of America with its mendacious sham socialist regime of bolshevism, can only be understood because the leadership in both cases lies in the hands of international Jewry, even if the personalities visible to the outside world appear to contradict each other. "But Roosevelt's Jewish brain trust, the Jewish press of America, the Jewish broadcasting system of these countries, the Jewish party organization and so on—they are nothing else but an equally Jewish framework of the leadership of the Soviet Union. As soon as the national interests in these States give only the slightest sign of life, immediately strongest contrast in warlike actions and above all in war aims themselves, can be noticed." Apparently to mislead the German people into believing that the recent United Nations declaration warning of post-war punishment for those responsible for the massacres of Jews in occupied Europe was aimed at the entire German nation and not only at the Nazis, Hitler said: "If today the English and American Jews announce that it is the intention of the Allies to deprive the German nation of its children to butcher millions of young men, to split up the reich and to make it for all time a defenseless object of exploitation of its capitalist or Bolshevik environment, then they need not point this out to us all, for we know it already." Hitler reiterated his favorite plaint that the war was forced upon him. "We have not done the slightest thing to France, England or even America," he said. "We did not demand anything from these countries which might have given rise to the outbreak of war." —Buy War Savings Bonds—



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PAGE EIGHT +JewistF1crknati FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1943 Sholcm Lodge No. 1024 hold its next meeting at the Beth David Talmud Torah. 135 N. W. Third Avenue. Miami, on Tuesday evening. January 12th. 1943. at 8:30 o'clock. Although the official installation of the officers elected for the year 1943 will be held later in the month with appropriate will guest speaker and explain for the benefit of the membership, the requirements upon which homestead exemptions are based, as well as the operation of the personal property tax. as it affects the business man. There have been many queries with respect to stock inventories, as affected contributions to wild-cat organizations created solely for the purpose of lining their own pockets. Give, we must, and give, we will, but let's do it by separating the wheat from the chaff. And the information Mr. James has for us will help us to do the separating. Beth David Holds Hillel Night Friday evening. January 1. 1943 Was Hillel Night at Beth David Congregation. Starting the New Year in bringing Hillel Foundation activities home to his con^auon, Kaobi Max Shapiro invited Rabbi Amram Prero to be guest speaker, and students of Hillel units from various universities to conduct the services. It must have been a revelation to many who have never before had first hand information of the THE Y. M. H. A. NOTES BT HARRY SCHWARTZ by the personal property tax. ceremoniesT'the new officers will,' and this will be an excellent op-|£ Qrk ()f Uu „,,,,., Foundatl0 n to assume the duties of their reportunity to ascertain what prop-, k am {n>m Uabbl >lvr( hL ox spectivc offices at the coming e rty is affected, and the extent UnX ()f t|u lt ,, lvlUt s throughout meeting. thereof. This being the time of the year Mr. Lummus will discuss any when taxes have their innings in phase of the tax situation covered | p"i onc ; a ; ,t Gainesville, the minds of most, it was by his office that may be trouj R a bbi Prero is director the country, and specifically, as n functions at the University of where of the appropriate to bring tot me in application, and ^"i" %  Hillel Foundation. General Men's Meeting Wednesday The first general men's meeting of 1943 will be held at the "Y" next Wednesday evening, Jan. 13th at 8:30 o'clock. Committee reports will be submitted and general business transacted. The feature of the evening will be Vic Paul, speed artist and comedy cartoonist in an original rapid-fire novelty sketch. Mr. Paul is an artist of note having performed before the most important organizations in the North and Middle West. Th'is is what "Billboard." the showmen's bers of B'nai B'nth ::.: rn as to local taxes and exempt! —and from the best an -'. Dade County Tax Assess t at the coming meeting, Honorable J. N. Lun-.n-.u5. Jr. will bt • tending to n time during the evening if the Dade County : cepts of their fathers and foster Bible, has to say about Mr. Paul: Rabbi Prero is exceptionally l "Vic Paul, lightning cartoonist, is well qualified to inculcate in the I a click from the start. Dashes minds of college students the preWar Ch si will take five min• lain the operation of fill .. it appears. upport to recog• gaged in pron the Armed For-.: War effort. to be important. em ficial to know ; .--. the money everyone tributing will be distributed. And it is a sad commentary, but even while every thinking person is bending all his energies in the service ot our Country in this War of Survival and donating money to organizations without number, there are unscrupulous persons who take advantage of this patriotism by soliciting off several pix with great abandon, signing off with a couple of timely ones. Bows off to noisy applause." All members and friends are invited to attend this meeting. Admission is free. Men only. "Y" Welcomes New Organization It | pus to the many home communiThe United War Mothers and ties to spread the good work Fathers of America, as the name a closer and more friendly relationship between Jewish and non-Jewish students, to the end that a better appreciation and understanding exists between them—and carried from the camStarted there. Membership Drire B'nai B'nth in Miami has implies, is an organization composed of parents of boys in the service. The Miami branch was launched a membership drive, as recently organized and has decidREAL ESTATE—MIAMI BEACH W HEN the stress of modern living pets "on your nerves"| a good sedative can do a lot to lessen nervous tension, to make you more comfortable, to permit I restful sleep. • Next time a day's work and worry or a night's wakefulnesss, makes you Irritable, Restless or Jumpy—gives you Nervous Headache or Nervous Indigestion, try Dr. Miles Nervine '(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) Dr. Miles Nervine is a timetested sedative that has been bringing relief from Functional Nervous Disturbances for sixty years yet is as up-to-date as this morning's newspaper. Liquid 25• and $1.00. Effervescent tablets 35* and 75*. Read directions and use only as directed. Miami Beach Real Estate SALES— LEASES B. E. BRONSTON. Realtor "Trustworthy Service" 605 Lincoln Road Ph. 5-5868 WOMEN FOR PART TIME OCCUPATION Can work from their own homes and make surprisingly large earnings. For full details write MAC co P. O. Box 2973. Miami, Florida part ol its program to make the 100th anniversary of the founding ol the organization an outstanding year. E. Albert Pallot is chairman ot this committee, and he is turning his agile mind to the task of revising ways and means to attract new members to the end that the largest class of candidates in local history be enrolled' in Sholem Lodge betore the end of the month. A campaign by the Ladies Auxiliary to increase its membership roster is also under way. In too many instances wives of Sholem Lodge members do not belong to the Auxiliary and they are attempting to remedy tiiat situation. There is no reason why the Auxiliary should not number among its members the wite ot %  very Ben B'nth in Miami. And there is no good reason why -very Jew in Miami should not be a Ben B'rith! RIVERMONT PARK SANITARIUM 1239 N. W. 7th St. Ph. 3-7301 Best care for chronic sick, convalescent and elderly people $25 WEEKLY UP i in Large Beautiful Ground* ed to hold meetings at the "Y." We welcome this patriotic group. Next Tuesday, January 12 this organization will hold a card party at the "Y." The proceeds are devoted to patriotic projects. Friends of the "Y" are requested to patronize this worthwhile cause. Jewish History Series The Y. M. H. A. with the coi operation of the Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami will sponsor a scries of five bi-weekly lectures on "Highlights of Jewish History."' Each lecture will be given by a different rabbi of the rtabbinical Association and is open to the public However, it is necessary for each person to register in advance for this course. Those persons interest) d are requested to communicate with Mr. Grossman at the "Y." Details will be given in subsequent columns. Cub Troop Meeting Jan. 18 The first meeting of a proposed Cub Troop will be held at the "Y" on Monday. January 18 at ;i p. m. Cub Troops are composed of boys nine, ten. and eleven years of age Parents of boys of this age are invited and requested to attend. Concerts A series of concerts featuring noted artists is being planned, according to a statement by Maurice Grossman, executive director. Music lovers will be given a rare treat at a nominal cost. Calendar of Wek of January 10 Sunday, January 10, 11 a. m., Monte Carlo committee meeting; 11 a. m., basketball practice; diamond ball; 2 p. m., annual meeting Florida Commercial Alliance. Monday, Jan. 11, 2-6 p. m., dancing classes; 4-6 p. m., arts and crafts classes; 7 p. m., Girl Scout Troop meeting; 8 p. m., basketball, Y. M. H. A. vs. Five by Five at the Y. M. C. A.; 8 p. m. drill, air raid wardens; 8:30 p. m. h bowling league at Palace Bowling Alleys; 8:30 p. m., Miami Service League. Tuesday. Jan. 12, 4 p. m., AHMY dramatic group rehearsal: 8 p. m., meetings of A.Z.A. and B.Z.B.; 8:30 p. m., card party. United War Mothers and Fathers of America. Wednesday. January 13, 4 p. m. "Y" dramatics course; 8:30 p. m., men's meeting. Thursday, January 14, 2-6 p. m., dancing classes; 4-6 p. m., arts and crafts classes; 7 p. m.. Boy Scout meeting; 8 p. m., meeting, Sigma Rho fraternity; 8 p. m.. meeting. Russian War Relief. Friday, January 15, 4 p. m., meeting. Junior boys. Saturday, January 16, 8 p. m., service men's dance, Miami Service League. The United States Government Having Taken Over His Present Offices— DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS announces the REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE to 311 Lincoln Road Albion Bldg.. Suite 309 MIAMI BEACH For the Practice of General Dentistry I s*i &* SrfiS*' L\? ^>' ^ *&%&%& 'f^SSeS %  •ar** \' HONE 2-1141 21 S.W. 2nd Ave. Miami. e JewiislhlFlleiriidliiain Printer./and Publishers %  HBHLflHSHIABK B %  _—.____


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

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VOLUME 16No. 2
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1943
PRICE 10 CENTS
PALESTINE HEADS
ARE URGED TO BE
CALM IN FUTURE
Jerusalem (WNS)Sir Harold
MacMichael, high commissioner
for Palestine, appealed to Jewish
and Arab leaders in a radio ad-
dress this week to face with "cool
balanced wisdom" the responsi-
bility of maintaining peace and
good-will in the Palestine of the
future.
Sir Harold told the Arab and
Jewish leaders: "Face with cool,
balanced wisdom the great re-
sponsibility that lies upon you
for the maintenance of peace and
good will in the Palestine of the
future, even if you incur the odi-
um of the irresponsible in do-
ing so."
Meanwhile, the Friends of the
Hebrew University in Palestine,
meeting in Tel Aviv, adopted a
resolution protesting the activi-
ties of Dr. Judah L. Magnes in
behalf of the creation of a bi-na-
tional state in Palestine. The
resolution deplored the fact that
"the Hebrew University is headed
by a person who is conducting
propaganda which is contradic-
tory to the spirit of the Yishuv
and the Jewish people."
PUBLISHER OF JEWISH PAPER
KILLED IN FALL FROM ROOM
Newark, N. J. (WNS)Anton
Kaufman, 65-year-old blind pub-
lisher of the Newark Jewish
Chronicle, whose eloquent front-
page editorials made him a mov-
ing force in local Jewish affairs,
was killed when he fell from his
eighth-floor room in the Robert
Treat Hotel here. Mr. Kaufman,
blind since 1931, was believed to
have fallen out of the window
while trying to lower the sash.
Born in Hungary, Mr. Kauf-
man came to this country in 1905
after he was graduated from the
University of Berlin. He founded
the Detroit Jewish Chronicle in
1914 and remained its publisher
until 1918. In 1921, he established
the Newark Jewish Chronicle.
NAMES OE CZECHS
TT0
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WILE REVIEW ALL
ECONOMIC NEEDS
For the second time since Pearl
Harbor. Jewish federations, wel-
fare funds and community coun-
cils in all parts of the United
States and Canada will send their
representatives to a General As-
sembly to review the economic
and social dvelopments arising
from the war and formulate poli-
cies for the coming year.
The 1943 General Assembly-
tenth in the history of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Fundswill open in the
Hotel Statler, Cleveland, on Jan.
16 and close on Jan. 18. Held in
a setting made grim by 13 months
of war, the Cleveland Assembly
will have one purposeadvance-
ment of America s war program
through our community facilities
and welfare services.
Prominent on the agenda of
the 1943 G. A. are problems of
war-time maintenance and fin-
ancing of local Jewish community
organizations established over a
period of years to meet local, na-
tional and overseas Jewish needs.
The opening session on Saturday
night will be devoted to a dis-
cussion of welfare problems and
programs in war-time. In his
presidential address, Sidney Hol-
lander of Baltimore will analyze
the Council's activities in 1942,
with particular emphasis on the
phases of the national program
undertaken in behalf of the mem-
ber agencies. James Marshall of
New York, chairman of the As-
sembly Program Committee, will
review the economic develop-
ments arising from the ,war and
the impact of current conditions
on welfare programs and inter-
ests.
HANDS OF J.O.C
New YorkThe names of 2.400
Czechoslovakian Jews who have
been deported to Poland are in
the possession of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee, it was an-
nounced today. The lists were
received from the Federation of
Czechoslovakian Jews in London.
American relativos of Jews
formerly resident in Czechoslo-
vakia may make inquiry at the
office of the Joint Distribution
Committee. 100 East 42nd Street.
New York City. The lists give
I the present addresses of the de-
portees in the various Polish
1 ghettos, but do not show the
former city of residence.
Those making inquiry concern-
ing these lists are asked to bear
in mind that no direct contact is
possible, under American war
laws, with persons in enemy-oc-
CUpied territory. Brief personal
messages of no more than 25
words may be sent.through the
i Foreign Inquiry Service of the
Red Cross. Applications may be
made through local Red Cross
chapters.
VULTEE AIRCRAFT CO. ENDS
WORKERS' DISCRIMINATION
Washington (WNS)The Pres-
idents Fair Employment Prac-
tices Committee reported this
week that the Vultee Aircraft
Co., which had been accused of
racial and religious discrimina-
tion in its employment policy,
; has taken steps to end discrimin-
ation against Negroes annd Jews
I applying for jobs.
Following a public hearing on
j complaints against the company,
ithe President's Committee ordered
Vultee Aircraft to eliminate
references to race and religion
from its application forms and to
instruct its personnel officers to
halt discriminatory practices.
DUTCH REFUGEES. MOSTLY
MOSTLY JEWISH. IN SURINAM
Paramaribo, Surinam (WNS)
After two years of exile in then
unoccupied France, followed by
several months of waiting for
passage in Spain and Portugal.
122 Outch refugees have arrived
in Paramaribo aboard a Portu-
guest ship, it was reported this
week by the Aneta news agency.
AXIS ARE WARNED
SEIZED PROPERTY
TO OE RESTORED
Washington (WNS)Seventeen
Allied governments and the
French National Committee this
week warned the Axis powers
that all properties confiscated in
the occupied countries will be re-
stored to their rightful owners
at the end of the war.
While the joint declaration did
not specifically mention proper-
ties formerly owned by Jews and
later "Aryanized," State Depart-
ment officials, who made the an-
nouncement, emphasized that all
individuals, corporations or gov-
ernments looted by the Nazis will
benefit.
The declaration follows:
"The Union of South Africa,
the United States of America,
Australia, Belgium, Canada, Chi-
na, the Czecho-Slovak Republic,
the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Northern Ireland,
the Union of Soviet Republics,
Greece, India, Luxembourg, the
Netherlands, New Zealand, Nor-
way, Poland, Yugoslavia, and the
VICHY ANNOUNCES LESSER
RATIONS FOR FRENCH JEWS
Stockholm (WNS)Pierre La-
val's puppet Vichy government,
which recently introduced the no-
torious Nuremberg anti-Jewish
laws throughout France, this
week announced that henceforth
all Jews in France will receive
special ration cards stamped with
the letter "J" it was reported
here.
Under the new system, Jews
will be entitled to considerably
smaller food and clothing rations
than allowed to non-Jews. A
similar rationing system, whereby
Jews receive less than half the
food allowances given to "Ary-
ans," is now in effect in Germany
and Nazi-occupied Poland.
UTHTH1K
Sunday. January 10th has .
been designated as PICK-
UP day by trie Greater Mi- ;
ami Army-Navy Committee \
in its drive to furnish 25 re-
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will make round trips all
day to pick up any msicel- ]
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niture items you wish to
make available to provide ;
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ities for the boys in service.
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Cairo (WNS)Nazi authorities
in Axis-controlled Tunisia ord-
ered the execution this week of
25 of the 200 Jewish leaders who
were arrested as hostages on Dec.
6 as a warning to the Jewish com-
munity to refrain from any pro-
United Nations activities, accord
ing to reports received here.
The Nazi officials were report-
ed to have announced on the
Tunis radio that the 25 prominent
j Jews had been executed because
' of the open sympathy shown by
the Jewish population for the Al-
lied cause. The Nazi-controlled
radio warned that more Jewish
leaders would be put to death un-
less their alleged pro-Allied sa-
botage was immediately stopped.
At the same time anti-Semitic
newspapers in Tunisia charged
that the Jews were continuing to
aid "the enemies of the Axis
: powers" and demanded strong re-
I taliatory action against the Jews.
French National Committee, here-
by issue a formal warning to all
concerned, and in particular to
persons in neutral countries, that
they intend to do their utmost to
defeat methods of dispossession
practiced by governments with
which they are at war against the
countries and peoples who have
been so wantonly assaulted and
despoiled.
"Accordingly the governments
making this declaration and the
French National Committee re-
serve all their rights to declare
invalid any transfers of, or deal-
ings with, property, rights and
interests of any description what-
soever which are. or have been,
situated in the territories which
have come under occupation or
control, direct or indirect, of the
governments with which they are
at war or which belong or have
belonged, to persons, including
juridical persons, resident in such
territories. This warning applies
whether such transfers or deal-
ings have taken the form of open
looting or plunder, or of trans-
actions apparently legal in form,
even when they purport to be
voluntarily effected.
"The governments making this
declaration and the French Na-
tional Committee solemnly re-
cord their solidarity in this mat-
ter."
KING NAMES RABBI HERTZ
A "COMPANION OF HONOR"
London (WNS)King George
this week named Chief Rabbi Jo-
seph H. Hertz of the British Em-
pire a "Companion of Honor" in
his annual New Year's Honor
List Included among the 40
men throughout the British Em-
Ipire who hold this title are such
world figures as Prime Minister
Churchill and Prime Minister Jan
Smuts of South Africa
Another Jew included in the
' King's Honor List was Major
Ben Brunei Cohen, secretary of
| the British Legion, who was
| knighted.
Chief Rabbi Hertz was con-
' gratulated by the Board of Dep-
' uties of British Jews for the "hon-
or which has been conferred upon
the spiritual leadership of English
Jewry.'' The influential Man-
chester Guardian, reporting the I
award to the Chief Rabbi, said
I that "it is not only a personal tri-,
' bute to Rabbi Hertz but a timely
expression of sympathy for the
affliction of the Jews."
VICTORY FULLS 40
POINTS THIS WEEK
Geneva (WNS)The continu-
ing rout of the Nazi armies in
Russia has apparently reduced to
the vanishing point the faith of
the German people in a Nazi vic-
tory over the United Nations. This
was illustrated In a financial re-
port received here this week.
Since the start of the great Rus-
sian counter-offensive in the mid-
dle of November, it was reported,
stocks of formerly Jewish-owned
banks, factories and other com-
mercial enterprises, which have
been turned over to the "Ary-
ans," have fallen about 40 points.
German investors were reported
to be withdrawing their support
from these enterprises because of
the growing belief inside Ger-
many that an Allied victory will
restore these ventures to their or-
iginal Jewish owners and will
make present shares in them
worthless.
As a matter of fact, it was said,
the Nazis are withdrawing the
stocks of former Jewish enter-
prises from the foreign stock
markets because of diminishing
faith in their future stability.
REFUGEES
TO UNITED STATES
DURING PAST TEAR
New YorkOfficial govern-
ment statistics issued by the Im-
migration and Naturalization Ser-
vice of the Department of Justice
show that 10.608 Jewish refugees
from the Nazi dominated Euro-
pean continent were saved from
Hitler's extermination squads in
1942. These figures cover the
pern.(1 between July 1. 1941 and
June 30. 1942. Most of the men,
women and children who found
a haven across the Atlantic were
served by the HIAS-ICA Emigra-
tion headquarters in Lisbon. Por-
tugal, just as their American rel-
atives and sponsors were served
by HIAS in drawing up the re-
quired affidavits and applications
for the issuance of U. S. Immigra-
tion visas.
NAZIS THREATEN DEATH TO
BELGIANS FOR JEWISH AID
KEEP EM FLYINGBy buy-
ing Defense Stamps and Bonds.
Stockholm (WNS)Nazi au-
thorities in occupied Belgium is-
sued a warning this week that
the death penalty will be invoked
for all non-Jewish Belgians who
in any way assist Jews.
THREE FAITHS OBSERVE DAY
OF MOURNING FOR JEWRY
Willenstad. Curacao (WNS)
Catholics and Protestants joined
with Jews here this week in a
day of mourning for the persecut-
ed Jews in Europe. All shops,
restaurants and cinemas owned
by Jews were closed. The three
synagogues of the city were
crowded all day with mourners.
Hundreds of persons of all
creeds attended a rally at the
Municipal Theater, speakers in-
cluding Governor Piet Kasteel.
Bishop P. J. H. Verriet, J. H.
Spreckel, President of the Cura-
cao Assembly, Dr. George Gos-
linga, head of the Education De-
partment, the Rev. Eldermans.
Protestant minister, Rabbi Car-
dozo and the Presidents of two
Jewish communities, Milton Ma-
duro and Julius Penha.


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FRIDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943
Social
Personals

Clubs

Organizations
Sunday afternoon the wedding
of Miss Mae M. Conn, daughter
of Mr. Harry Cohn. to Mr. Gerald
Second Lt. William Cohen of
Miami Beach visited his aunt and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gold-
J. Wolfson. son of Mr. and Mrs. strum this week. A Beach rcsi-
Satn Wolfson. will take place
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. The ceremony will take
place at the home of the bride's
brother. Mr. Maurice C. Cohn.
1959 S. W. 23rd Terrace, and will
be followed by a dinner for the
immediate family at the San Juan
Restaurant. The bride-to-be is
formerly of Chicago and was as
sociated with Manhattan Distrib-
utors. Mr. Wolfson is a gradu-
ate of the Bloomsburg State
Teachers College at Scranton.
Pa. Following their honeymoon
trip through the South the cou-
ple will be at home at 2112 S. W.
14th Terrace. Miami.
dent, he enlisted in the army a
year ago and just graduated as
an officer from Camp Lee. Va.
He has been assigned to the
Quartermaster Corps. Orlando,
Fla.

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Arono-
vitx had as their guest for the
.! holidays their son Nathan, a pre-
med student at the University of
Florida.

Mr. A. Pepper is a patient at
Sun Ray Sanitarium, where he is
recuperating from a recent ill -
ness,

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis an-
nounce the bar mitzvah of their
Mr. Joseph Scheinberg. son of (son Marvin with the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Scheinberg. : taking place this Saturday morn-,
left two weeks ago for Camp I ing at the Miami Jewish Orthodox |
Blanding, where he was inducted > Congregation. A reception will
into the armed forces. follow the services. No invita-
e e e tions will be issued and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Myron S. Zei- and relatives are asked to attend
enti announce the birth of a the services as well as a reception
daughter. Susan Jean. Tuesday, Sunday evening at their home.
Jan. 5th at Jackson Memorial 562 N- w- 48th St.. Miami.
Miss Marcie Adelman became
the bride of Pvt. Hy Covernian
at a ceremony at Beth David syn-
agogue last Sunday afternoon
with Rabbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. The bride was given away
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Adelman. with the sisU r
of the groom. Miss Rae Cover-
man of New York, as her maid of
honor. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ad-
Miamians will be sorry to
learn that Mrs. Samuel Farkas
(Eva) passed away December IS
in New York. She resided in
Miami for many yean, but spent
the last eight years in Brooklyn.
N. Y. She was 66 years old. and
died after an illness of a few
days. She leaves her husband.
Samuel Farkas of New York,
Mrs. Charles Beatty. Mrs. Jack
The Pioneer Women's Organi-
Hospital.

The Miami Chapter Senior Ha-
dassah will hold their reguiuar
meeting Monday. Jan. 11th at;2|j "wai*7ngton avenue. Mian
p. m at Kaplan Hal, Temple Is- B(,.u.h Mr, Roge Marcus is chair.
MRS. HARRlr.T JAMISON
Dr. Jacob H. Kaplan officiated
Sunday afternoon at the marriage
of Miss Harriet Goldman to Mr.
Stanley Jamison, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Jamison of Miami
Beach, at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gold-
rael. Chairman of the afternoon
zation, No. 2, is giving a dinner man. 1717 S. W. 13th street. Fol-
Sunday evening. January' 17th. lowing the ceremony a dinner for
I at the Workmen's Circle Lyceum. 35 friends and relatives was
Served at the Garden Restaurant.
The couple will honeymoon on
lady.
elman. brother and sister-in-law Schwartz and Mrs. Marx Feinberg
of the bride, were the groom's es- of Miami Beach and Miami. Mrs.
corts and Mr. Marty Werner of Louis Whiteman of Atlanta, Ga.,
New York was best man. Other and Mrs. Anna Plotkin of New
I attendants at the canopy were York, all daughters, and two
| Mr. Jack Adelman and Mr. Jacob sons. Harry and Abraham Farkas
Brenner, uncles of the bride, and of Brooklyn.
David Newman and Sam Syz-
basko. members of the armed Tm' carriage of Miss Evelyn
forces and close friends of the Creenwald. daughter of Mr. and
groom. Edward Ginsberg. Miami Mrs Charles Greenwald, to Wal-
Beach baritone, sang several se- ,,r Lazarus, will take place this
lections. Music was played by Sunday evening at the home of
the University Trio. A reception thc bndt'- Rabbl Max Shapiro
followed in the Talmud Torah au-, Wl11 officiate. The couple will
ditorium. A dinner for the mem-,makc their homc in R^ign. N.C.
bers of the immediate family took Corporal Morton* Hacker, son
place at the Palatial Restaurant j of Mr and ^ Harry Hack#r
that evening. The couple honey-
mooned in an adjacent city. Pri-
vate Coverman is stationed at
Camp Belle Haven with the Yan-
kee Division. The bride will
make her homc in Miami.

"A Democratic Manifesto." by
Emery Reeves, will be reviewed
410 N. W. 18th avenue, has ax-
rived from Hawaii for a two
weeks furlough. Leaving here he
will enter Officer's Training
School at Ft. Benning. Georgia.
e e e
Miss Rita Futerfas, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Futerfas,
1303 S. W. 16th street, has re-
the East Coast and upon their
return will reside at 529 N. E.
70th street
will bo Mrs. Josepii Ram bam.
The program will be in behalf of I Culminating a childhood ro-
the Jewish National Fund, with mance is the engagement of Missj
Rabbi Max Shapiro as guest Dolly Selby. daughter of Mr. and [ Dr. and Mrs Samuel Aronovitz
speaker. Members are urged to Mrs. John Selby. to Mr. Peretz announce the engagement of
bring their J. N F boxes to the Scheinberg. son of Mr. and Mrs.' their daughter Arline, to Mr.
meeting. Mendel Scheinberg. pioneer faro-; Ronald V. Kent of New York
" ily. Miss Selby attended public j City. Miss Aronovitz attended
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finley Binder schools in Miami and is now liv- the public schools of Miami the
announce the birth oX a son Mon- ing in Atlanta where she is en-, University of Alabama and grad-
day, Jan. 4th. at Sinai Hospital, gaged in defense activities. Mr. uated from the University of Mi-
Baltimore. Md. Mrs. Binder is Scheinberg is medical student at j ami. She is visiting her parents
the former Ray Shochet. The bris Emery Univrsity in his junior'at their home. 1820 S. W. 11th
will take place Monday at which year. He holds a reserve com-[St.. and will soon return to New
tune the child will be named J. mission as an ensign in the U. S.|York where she is at present re-
Louis. in memory of the late J. Naval Reserve. The wedding will'siding. Mr. Kent is a graduate
Louis Shochet. founder and pub take place upon Mr. Scbeinberg's of Alfred University and ob-
Flondian. graduation. tained his Master's degree at N.
Y. U. He was recently awarded
a medal for meritorius service by
the United States Maritime Com-
mission. No date has been set
for the weding.
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New York, at the Spinoza Forum,
under the canopy, on the lawn of
the home of Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. 124 11th street. Miami Beach.
Next Saturday afternoon, Fran-
cis P. Locke of the Miami Maily
News, will address the Spinoza
she is a student at the Florida
State College for Women. She
spent three weeks during the hol-
iday season with her parents and
her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Buck-
stein.
e e
The Daughters of Israel will
Forum on. "Are We Retreating hold a bridge party at the Sea
from the Four Freedoms?" Breese Hotel. Collins avenue and
Second street Tuesday. January
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Per ell 12. at 1130 p. m. Refreshments
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PAGE THREE

Four Palestine Jewish soldiers, members of the Palestine Buffs, ar-
rived in the United States on an undisclosed military mission. Visiting
the headquarters of the United Palestine Appeal, the men described the
development of the U.I'.A.-built agricultural settlements in the Jewish
homeland in which they had been farmers before the outbreak of the
war. The Jewish soldiers said thai food production was being greatly in-
creased in the Palestine settlements to supply the allied armies now ~\.\-
tioned in the Middle East. Shown in the photo pointing out the location
'of the colonies from which they came are, from left to right: Pvt. Isaac
Bonah of the colony of Shaar Ilagolan in the Jordan Valley; Sgt. Sinai
Leichter of Jerusalem; Pvt. Samuel Schwarz of Tel Ativ and Pvt. Isuuc
Puttermilk of Ein Hahoresh. Funds for the United Palestine Appeal's
defense and upbuilding program in Palestine are provided through the
United Jewish Appeal for Refugees, Overseas Needs and Palestine in
which the U.P.A. is represented together with the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee and National Refugee Service.
JUST BEEN ISSUED
Just published by The Jewish
Publication Society of America
is "The Jewish Community, Its
History and Structure to the
American Revolution," in three
volumes, by Salo W. Baron, pro-
fessor of Jewish History at Co-
lumbia University. Professor
Baron will be remembered for
the significant work which he
published several years ago un-
der the title, "A Social and Relig-
ious History of the Jews." His
present study of the Jewish com-
munity shows the remarkable
grasp of historical development,
the incredible knowledge of
source material and of printed
works, and the wide linguistic
acquaintanceship which one has
come to associate with his name.
Through the efforts of Mrs.
Lena Wolk, the Hanita Club of
the Pioneer Woman's Organiza-
tion has been organized. At the
last meeting held at the home of
... in Miami, Florida
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Mrs. Wolk, officers elected were:
Mrs. Lena Wolk, president; Mrs.
M. Krieger, first vice president:
Mrs. R. Schwartz, second vice
(president; Mrs. A. Orovitz, third
vice president; Mrs. R. Plotkin,
financial secretary; Mrs. May
Stuart, recording secretary; Mrs.
S. Sadowsky, treasurer; Mrs. I.
Laschower, cultural chairman, and
Mrs. Greenberg, hospitality chair-
man. Mrs. Eva Checkoway, na-
tional representative, was guest
speaker. A membership tea was
held last Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. R. Plotkin and
another tea will be held at the
home of Mrs. H. Marcus. 1553
Jefferson Avenue this Saturday
afternoon, at which Mrs. Check-
oway will speak on "Cooperative
Movement in Palestine."
DR. SALO W. BARON
PALMER
I iiniT.-ii i hapeJ
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In M
emonam
%
Fold his hands upon his
breast,
Close his tired eyes,
Let no wail disturb his
rest
Where he, sleeping lies.
He has drunk life's hon-
ey-cup,
He has drained the
gall
You may pile Life's bau-
bles up,
He is through with all.
He is through with
laughter gay,
He is through with
tears;
All his nights have flown
away,
All his dragging years.
Sing him songs of quiet
cheer,
Sound no dolesome
knell;
1 know he says, could we
but hear,
"My children, all is
well."
ABRAHAM S. SHOCHET
DIED fth OF SHVAT. 5889 (JANUARY IT. 1928)
In Loving Remembrance His Children
Upon this subject Professor Bar-
on has brought to bear his socio-
logical training, his historical per-
spective and his profound expert-
ness in rabbinic literature. The
result is truly a monumental
work. The first volume deals
witii the community as a whole.
Beginning with the municipal or-
ganizations in Palestine during
I the days of the First and Second
Commonwealths, the book con-
i tinues with a discussion of the
I origins and functioning of the
synagogue, around which com-
i munity life was centered.
The second volume describes
the manner in which the com-
munity functioned. The proced-
ures for the holding of elections
for communal officers in various
parts of the world are sometimes
bewildering and amusing. Com-
munities of the past had the ad-
ditional problems of religious life
to solve: rabbis, teachers and
judges being communal officials.
The modern American Jew will
find this portion of the hook par-
ticularly instructive.
The scholar will read this work
to the end without stopping, for
he will find the point of view
novel and the new information
stimulating. The devoted com-
munal leader and the intelligent
contributor to community funds
will absorb it slowly but system-
atically, for it will provide them
with food for thought on many
problems which must trouble
them in the present organization
of the American Jewish commun-
ity. The so-called "average read-
er should have it on his shelf
and refer to it by topic from time
to time. For the three volumes
are a mine of information on the
social life of the Jews, their man-
ners and customs, their quarrels
and their hopes.
Professor Salo Wittmayer Bar-
on, the author, has occupied the
Chair of Jewish History, Liter-
ature and Institutions on the Mil-
ler Foundation at Columbia Uni-
versity since 1930. He was born
in Tarnow, Austria, in 1895, and
received his higher education in
Vienna, receiving the following
degrees in years 1917-23. Ph.D.,
Polit. Sc. D., Jud. D., all from the
University of Vienna, and a rab-
binical degree from the Jewish
Theological Seminary in Vienna.
Rabbi Joseph Levemon, the 100th Jewish chaplain to be sworn in for
active duty, is shown here as he recently took the induction oath from
Maior J. D. Humphries. Jr., Adjutant, 48th Coast Artillery, Norfolk, Va.
Rabbi Levenson is the 100th rabbi to be endorsed for military service
by the Committee on Army and Navy Religious Activities of the
Jewish Welfare Board Twenty-nine years of age, Rabbi Levenson is
a graduate of the University of Cincinnati and of the Hebrew Union
College. His family resides in Weirton, W. Va.
J.W.B.|Ei>
Seeks Workers for
U.S.0. Program
The National Jewish Welfare
Board will welcome applications
from men and women with ex-
perience In communal work, in-
terested in becoming more close-
ly Identified with the war effort
to serve in its U.S.O. program
for men in uniform in a full-time,
professional capacity, both as
field directors and as assistants.
At present over 200 men and
women are employed by the
J.W.B. In U.S.O. work.
A background of professional
or volunteer service in commun-
ity organizations, group work,
adult education, program plan-
ning or similar activities is de-
sirable, but not necessary. Col-
lege graduates are preferred.
Women applicants must be 27
years of age or over; men must
be 30 years of age or over and
must not be subject to military
service in the near future. All
applicants must be free to ac-
cept posts in any part of the
United States.
If you feel your experience
qualifies you, apply to:
Personnel Director,
NATIONAL JEWISH
WELFARE BOARD
220 FIFTH AVENUE
New York, N. Y.
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see
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AND I HAVENT SLEPT A WINK"
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Minutes seem like hours, we worry over thins*
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up in the morning more tired than when we went
to bed. Nervous Tension causes many a wakeful
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1943
PLANT AND MAIN OFFICES
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be ifioBi Zkaea DiMbd -- to to need cad
wiseness o: BB1 -e~ Beach :1 ~:-~,~T~
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eaeef we_ BMCcDing ia f"2Sn^irac J
Amd mom oi aaborgy daring wbida iip -s
-de :: each feca W -=-j:e Odl stCTMgaecS
.:o:. -eemr rr-^e- ry =-_:- n treasure hot
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Diaaicl '. -zs bxaeosed ia i=-*-=-r_ --'
-s ohe '' Beach _::_=" Dmrtici -- owes
afta :.-
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- ':? sogspetsvaaeM :: the group! lak-
ir_r raster cf Z. 0. A doe* ar: reflect at _.arge
t su=i>er of our pec?e as realy are Ziac-
mi a-, bwt So :: beco=e* esseataJ that
every Jew : iu a spark of fee-ia; ir bis
bear*, for *_ae YBBBV Mdi er^ro.. at a mem-
ber. ,
A Bane MahnUf weald inebesta the
toe rr.ass SBBBfdi al ZkBBSl CSBTietiaB aric
wsuid yt** "-ae stasses & roore telling repre-
BHUBtiaa the wrih of Arr.er.oaz Jewry
ir. wr_or. the Z.orust Croar_oa:.:r. partici-
pates ta= :t BBS II am a power:., kaDB-
esoe w:tr. BBvafaaNatal 6oeso.es ir. the aoa-
Jewiat w::.r w.tr when we are .r. :crjtast
eeattaeL Ahoee a- a dest.-Tedly lar?e aaes:-
bersr_r .r tat Z.tr^-. OrgaanatiaB waald b*
tr. -r.o_;a--:r. -.r.c- taa Jews ia Araenoa bar*
iwcjce-e-c .; a rea';ia:ior that "-r.e Jawtek
rrrbies: a r.:- :re :: pr._c.r.:srepf b-t a
proo.err. :: KtataaBMaaUpi
We vr.:;-r the oawiy ccgcmiaad Mkxzzu
Baacb Z.:r_5- Dissdct la .t-zzezs ~e exper.-
r-re-i ._-. :~z::zs zs heddl :: ?.";-;-;.
groupt We rer! "r: -^.e otdditMO c: "i-s new
:_z wiE z_- Daw _-e ;-; v.r:: into 7jrmiam
1^ ^r;r tc eslichiea and j^::m

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r d*recdy : saesbcc wot z=::e-i z= K wbcr
difference doet .' -;ir' .r^ .:: n= j:e is-
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HITLER MAZES ANOTHER SPEECH
New Yee
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enerminme the lawiafa pcopat c: Emopa.
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l=nc -^ ewiSE z^::.t _^.e-s= v.r::
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the iraa dbi :: me Unnad Nanont batd : s-^-e
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R. Briokner
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o^r afiatti ::r Paleatiaa ir.c c.: pe-:r.e waaa
: wii it -e-cesiary thai tfaa Z^r_<-. Z-~=?- ;-
t-;r :: Ajaana thnwM rsj..- r?;:e-s^r-. oh
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b*siy re=_:-.: -:T auajuiuyai ^ i'aer" taex
speax. taaf ahaald z-i Lo.e a s*y bbm awy
are repre*ertirj= Arr.er.;ar Jew^r." np---- ts
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OiScia. sowToes tre aware tsat trie .t .
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C A P I T
A L L E
By CHARLES ELKSCS
T T E R
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and "" ::,- ?--.:
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known work
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:es her greatness. The ?_-
B---- HjgaenoU. the Quat-
^itc% Confidential
----------------------------By PHTNEAS I BIRON---------------------------
RUMANIAN RUMBLINGS
Rumanian ex :_-.: Dcoral'i oighl club life in Mexico is
::_- an ekdxrate aciaeu behind whkda is being conducted
_ mos! dihoeni attempt pabfic support for his pri-
rate Free ?_rr.-:_~^ r :.: r._n-.an.:an Jewish organi-
zr-_::^ which during 3:::. s :e.rr. bad great dithculty in ob-
tammg ; heannc -.: ;.er- rre now being wooed most
OBSiouc*uEiy I _-.e ex-E-r.cs ;c..":cl emissaries in this
::-:.--. and in Canada .In the United States there me
'-^ Rurnaniaa kwi wba hcrve endorsed Carols Free
-_..::_zr moresnaoj Ir. Canada, however. Jews are de-
*.....: : bah _-.e apeaad ai Carols brand ol treedom
:"?_er "_: read -"-- hOBBl by Samuel H. Abramson.
-:-: Sfranae Com o: Corel 'Moraru. Fischer 6 Co.'
i:---' expose of what Carols movement stands for.
THIS NEW YEAR
jerrrany r-mends br.dee exner. Ev Culbertson. will sur-
:"".~".':. DriW. New Ye=. s. -*-'-' ''*- =nd perhaps even be-
1 '' -.* :ve: anxfla another commentator, learning
-- apan .Ul is known as the Year of the Goat ex-
cesses -^e pious hop* faal tlus wiU be the veax when Hiro-
*_. ieam mat r_ue: made him the goat when he per-
s-aaie; me :=jx \z maka eir snake-m-the-graes Peari Harbor
aaacx .?A. wn.cn : seems was known as the Year of
aue. Then there s Harry Hershheld. who reports
_ne a ms racao co^eagues msists that the Russians can't
stcv me sermons any morenow that the Nazis are ad-
v-n_mg an ser_r
THIS AND THAT
WJ: I'^-'-z- srj-"_e =rms us that a movement is under
hZiZ-~H r>e*^r R=or);iiCt* to bring about a state oi peace
T-V*; iS^rS5^ =** tbe Central Confer
me" -^-r^^^r2^-- Hotel mea- who can tell by
- wear cna tear undergone by their Gideon
aumous in reporting that reading oi Holy
. -.. rvrV--5- .bca ^aeaaed greeMty s.nce Ame:
bom -"'e-e--_~ ,\- 1! by special request coming
- ,1 d I" "~4T52"WCTed to ^glcmd a musical novelty
asm- He!W~ aove-t^sa nolm duet by lack Benny and
^:<*d *- IWaZS t::e Ylddish theatregoers of
maae'a h? ~.-". .-:^^y actress (not Jew^h) who
3= noesn- know^ri.-*-^0^ ^ Couple ^ ciow a wora of Yidcash. but that bothers neither
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fcllDAY, JANUARY 8. 1943
v.Jewlsti florMian
PAGE FIVE
With the Houses of Worship
FRIDAY EVENINGS at 6 o'clock; Late Services at 8:15 P. M-
SATURDAYS at 9:00 A. M. and 5:30 P. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS at 10:00 A. M.: Religious School. Monday-Thursday. 3:45
DAILY SERVICES at the Synagogues. 8 A. M. and 6:15 P. M.
CONG BETH DAVID
136 N. W. Third Ave.. Miami
LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor
135 N. W. 3rd Ave. Ph. 2-1471
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Residence Phone. 2-2176
Mr. Louis Maruulles Reporting
SCHAAREI ZEDEK
(GATES OP JUSTICE)
!< *. W. Third Street
Miami. Florida
! Late Friday Evening Services
The Pioneer Women for Pales-
tine will conduct the services at
Beth David Synagogue Friday
i evening at 8:15. Participating in
these services will be Mrs. L. Ad-
elman, Mrs. David Friedman,
[Mrs. Aaron Liebman, Mrs. Max
|i Shapiro, Mrs. M. Shubow and
lrs. Henry Seitlin. The guest
speaker for the evening will be
firs. Eva Checkoway, national
rganizer for the Pioneer Wo-
jen's Organization for Palestine.
Irs. Checkoway will discuss the
ibject, "Achievement of Pio-
leer Women in Palestine." Can-
dor Louis Hayman and the boys
ind girls of Beth David Choir
/ill conduct the services. Mr.
ind Mrs. Max Goldenblank will
'serve as hosts at a reception im-
[mediately after the services in
[honor of their wedding anniver-
sary.
Sabbath Services
Regular Sabbath services be-
gin at 8:30 and Junior Congrega-
tional services at 10:30 a. m.
Congregational Meeting
Harry Markowitz, congrega-
tional president, urges all mem-
bers to be present at the first
meeting of the new administra-
tion Sunday evening, January
, 10 at 8 o'clock at Beth David au-
Iditorium. The newly elected of-
ficers will be officially installed
and the budget for the fiscal year
Jwill be presented. A fine pro-
\ gram has been arranged and re-
freshments will be served. In
addition, an important discussion
pertaining to your child's Jewish
education will take place. Re-
member, we expect to see you at
Beth David Sunday evening at
8 o'clock sharp.
In Memorium
The following Yahrzeitcn of
beloved ones whose names are
inscribed in our Book of Life,
and whose Yahrzeiten occur this
coming week, will be mentioned
from the pulpit this Friday eve-
ning during the services:
Yehudal, father of Frances
Warshaff; Anna Weintraub, moth-
er of Joe Weintraub; Mendel
Fisher, father of Mrs. N. Sperl-
ing; Louis Simon, father of Mur-
ray Simon; Moshc, father of Mrs.
Wm. Friedman; Rev. Mordecha
Laeb, father of Meyer Schwartz;
Yaakav, father of Norman Ross-
man; Rivkah, sister of Mrs. Har-
ry Markowitz; Yisroel Hershel,
father of Adolph Haimes.
Sunday School Carnival
The P.T.A. carnival for the
Sunday School students, members
and parents, will be held Sunday.
January 10 from 12 to 4 p. m. A
booth for the sale of War Bonds
and Stamps will be erected, and
games of every description will
be available. Mrs. Sam Dick-
son is general chairman and Mrs.
Jake Engler will be in charge of
the luncheons. Mrs. Harry Oli-
phant, president, expects to see
all members this Sunday after-
noon.
Red Crocs Sewing
Mrs. Harry Oliphant announces
that sewing for the Red Cross
will be resumed at Beth David
auditorium every Tuesday and
Thursday. We urge all ladies who
can sew by machine or hand to
please join with us, contact the
office or Mrs. Sam Dickson for
further information.
First Book Review
The first books to be reviewed
by Rabbi Max Shapiro in the
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.
Following the Friday evening
services refreshments are served
in the vestry rooms of the con-
gregation.
Educational
Hebrew School daily at 3:45
and Sunday School at 10:00 a. m.
on Sunday mornings.
Ladies Auxiliary
Our Ladies Auxiliary is spon-
soring a card and package party
Sunday evening at the syna-
gogue, 1545 S. W. 3rd street. A
full program has been arranged
for the evening's activities and
Mrs. Ida Buckstein, who is our
president, has personally taken
charge of the affair and will
serve as chairlady. All members
are urged to be present and bring
with them a gift package which
is the only admission charge. The
public is cordially invited.
TEMPLE ISRAEL
117 N. E. 19th St. Ph. 2-7715
RADHI JACOB M. KAPLAN, Ph.D.
Rabbi Emeritus
6998 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Reach Ph. 6-1205
RABBI OONMAN A. ZWITMAN
54*0 L*Oorce Drlce. Miami Reach
Phone 6-1738
BETH SHOLOM CENTER
761 41 st Street, Miami Reach
Phone 5S-1961
S. M. MACMTEI. Rabbi
1450 S. W. 17th Terrace, Miami
Phone 2-2579
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHDX
590 S. W. 17th Ave.. Miami. Ma.
LEWIS C.RKKN. Sexton
1441 S. W. Piflh Street
Services
A large attendance greeted the
appearance of Rabbi Joseph E.
Rackovsky at the services this
past week end. He chanted as
well as addressed the audiences
who appreciated his talents tre-
mendously. The Shalosh Sudas
was in honor of the guest rabbi
and was tendered by the presi-
dent of the congregation and his
wife, Mr. and Mrs. N. Rifas.
Meetings
A meeting of the board of di-
rectors was held last Tuesday eve-
ning and important matters con-
cerning the future of the con-
gregation were discussed and
acted upon. These will be made
public in the near future.
Bar Mitzvah
The bar mitzvah of Marvin, the
Services at Temple Israel Fri-
day evening, Jan 8, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Colman A. Zwit-
man at 8:15 o'clock. Subject of
Rabbi Zwitman's sermon will be
"Retrospect and Prospect," deal-
ing with a summary analysis of
recent documents on contempor-
ary Jewish problems.
The musical section of the ser-
vice will be under the direction
of Frances Tarboux, organist
A reception for worshipers will
follow the services.
Morning services will be held
at Temple Israel on Saturday,
Jan.. 9th, at 11 o'clock. At these
services the bar mitzvah celebra-
tion of Alvin Frank will be held.
In Memoriam
"May the Father of Peace send
peace to all who mourn and com-
fort the bereaved among us."
At the services Friday evening,
the memory of the following will
be hallowed:
Recently departed: Moses Fcd-
er, father of Mrs. Sam Katz; Min-
nie Feldman, mother of Mrs. Max
Solomon and William Feldman;
Rose Levy Simpson, wife of Jul-
ius Simpson; Samuel Simons,
father of Harry V. Simons; Felix
Metzger. father of Mrs. J. Epp-
stein; Mendel Cromer, husband of
Mrs. Florence Cromer; Abe W.
Winston, brother of Hyman M.
Winston; Marie Marculescu, sister
of Mrs. Rose Raff; David Ham-
mer, grandfather of Mrs. A. M.
Wise.
Floral decorations of last week
in honor of David Lewis, bar
mitzvah.
BETH JACOB CONG
Washington Avenue and Third
Street. Miami Beach
MOSKS MUSCH KLOKF. Rabbi
711 I^enox Avenue. Phone fc-1328
MAURICE MAMCHES, Cantor
21 Lenox Ave. Ph. S-7131
YESHIVA CENTER
ti Michigan Avenue
Miami Reach
(CONTINUED ON PAGE >
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.
Sabbath Services
At the Sabbath eve service at
8:15 tonight, Rabbi S. M. Mach-
tei will speak on "Don't Grow
Up." A social period will follow
the service. A Sisterhood com-
mittee will be hostesses.
Sabbath services will begin at
9 a. m. tomorrow. Rabbi Mach-
tei will preach on a text from the
weekly portion. His subject will
be "Pharaoh and Hitler."
Adult Class
The adult class in Jewish Sci-
ence meets at 11 a. m. Sunday.
This week's lesson by Rabbi
Machtei will be "Yours for the
Asking." The theme will be the
technique of prayer.
Siyum Hatorah
Several months ago Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Perell of Detroit and
Miami Beach donated a new Se-
fer Torah to the chapel of Beth
Sholom Center. Official presen-
tation and acceptance, with the
traditional Hoscholoh VeSiyum
HaTorah was delayed pending the
arrival of the donors to their Mi-
ami Beach home.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perell have
returned to Miami Beach. At the
general meeting at Beth Sholom
Center last Wednesday, President
Alfred B. Rosenstein appointed
a committee to arrange for the
ceremony to be held at the Cen-
ter in the immediate future.
Meetings
The Sisterhood will meet on
Tuesday evening at eight. The
next regular meeting of the board
of directors will be held at the
Center at 8 p. m. on Wednesday.
Service Men
The service men's recreation
rooms are open daily. A Sister-
hood committee Is In attendance
every evening to attend to the
needs of the men in uniform.
There are games, library and
writing material. The following
will be on duty the coming week:
Mrs. Camille Baum, Mrs. Sara
Schoenfeld, and Mrs. Hannah
Ellis.
TEMPLE EMANUEL
1801 South Andrews Avenue
Ft. iAUderdale, Florida
RABBI SAMUEL HALEVI BARON
706 S. E. 9th Street Ph. 1418
Sabbath services Friday at 8
p. m., followed by monthly meet-
ing of board of directors.
Religious School Sunday at 10
a. m.
Sisterhood benefit social Mon-
day at 8 p. m., open to both men
and women.
Temple Emanu-El is a Reform
synagogue serving Hollywood,
Fort Lauderdale, and all of
Broward County. A special wel-
come is extended to winter resi-
dents and to service men aid of-
ficers in this region.
winter series will be "The Raft"
and "They Were Expendable" on
Monday evening, January 18th
at 8:15 o'clock, at Beth David
auditorium. Please contact the
office or Mrs. Jack August, 5-3376
for your tickets.
SHAARAY TEFILA
440 Espanola Way Miami Beach
Services will be held Friday
at 6:30 p. m. and Saturday at 9
a. m. and 5:30 p. m.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
will speak during the Saturday
morning services on the subject,
"Rabbinic Leadership."
Shalosh S'udas will take place
at 5:45 p. m. Saturday and will
be followed by Maariv services.
Daily services 8 a. m. and 6:30
p. m.
The Ein-Yakov group meets
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday at
6:45 p. m. and the Shulchan
Oruch group meets Wednesday
and Thursday at 6:45 p. m. Bible
class is conducted daily.
M. FRIEDMAN
Practical Hebrew Teacher
20 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
PHONE 5-9026
Beginners to Talmud
Individual Instruction
Special Attention to Bar Mitivahi
BEACH JEWISH CENTER
HI". Buolld Avenue. Miami Beach
DR. SAMUEL BBN8ION, Rabbi
1536 Jefferson Avenue
Phone 5-4781 or 5-4732
Rev. Glenn C. James of White
Temple will speak at the Friday
night services on the subject of
"God and Tomorrow." Dr. Ben-
sion will conduct the services.
Cantor Abraham D. Wolf and the
choir will present the musical
program. Dr. Samuel Bension
will speak at the Saturday morn-
ing services on the subject of
"Soft Brains and Hard Hearts."
A Sabbath joy social for service
men will be held at 6 p. m. Civ-
ilians are also welcome.
General Membership Meeting
The first general membership
meeting of the season will be
held in the Center synagogue on
Tuesday, January 12th at 8 p. m.
Dr. Samuel Bension will speak.
A board recommendation of the
most vital importance will be
presented. Every member is
urged to attend.
Condolences
The rabbi and the congregation
extend their sincere and heart-
felt sympathy to Israel Kaplan,
our esteemed member, and his
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Friday Night Forum
Rabbi Moses Mescheloff will
speak on "Noble Statements" at
the Friday night service at 8:30.
Cantor Maurice Mamches will
lead in the community singing.
Sabbath Sermon
"Seeing in Adversity" will be
the rabbi's sermon topic.
Shalosh S'oodoss
A special service men's Sha-
losh S'oodoss Table will be spread
by Mrs. Ethel Schaffron for all
Jewish service men. Last week
Rabbi J. L. Reines was guest
speaker.
Sisterhood Membership Tea
The annual Sisterhood Mem-
bership Tea will be held Mon-
day, January 11 at 2 p. m. at
the home of Rabbi and Mrs.
Moses Mescheloff. Mrs. Moses
Krieger will act as chairman.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Isi-
dore Friedman, national presi-
dent of the Women's Branch of
the U. O. J. C. A. Mrs. Louis
Werfl will review the book "By
the Waters of Babylon." Miss
Ruth Brotman will lead in com-
munity singing. Mrs. Moses
Mescheloff will deliver the in-
vocation. Mrs. B. H. London
will bring presidential greetings.
Membership Meeting
An enjoyable meeting of our
membership was had on Thursday
night. The quarterly financial
report was delivered. A number
of important matters of policy
were acted upon. A musical pro-
gram and refreshments followed
the business meeting.
Adult Education Classes
Two daily classes have been
initiated for adults at our syn-
agogue. A daily class in Tal-
mud is held at 5 p. m. under the
leadership of S. Freedman. Rabbi
Mescheloff presents the study of
Ein Yaakov between Mincha and
Maariv each week-day. J. Gold-
in leads a class in Bible each Sat-
urday morning at 8. These
classes are free and open to the
general public.
Service Club
The Service Men's Service Club
is open every week-day evening
from 7 to 11 o'clock. Programs
of music and entertainment are
preesnted most evenings in the
week. A music appreciation hour
is presented Wednesday by Miss
Celia Traurig. Sunday is sand-
wich day for all service men,
when kosher sandwiches are
served in addition to the daily
refreshments of punch, cakes and
cookies.
Congratulations
We give our hearty Mazul Tov
to the young married couple, Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard C. Gross, (nee
Lillian Adler) their families and
many friends. The wedding took
place at the Adler home Sunday
afternoon. The ceremony was
performed by Rabbi Mescheloff
with the assistance of Cantor
Mamches.
CONG BETH ABRAHAM
135 N. W. Firth Ave., Miami
Friday evening services at 6:15
o'clock. Saturday morning ser-
vices at 8:30 o'clock. Rabbi H. M.
Kagan will speak on "The Por-
tion of the Week."
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^DAY, JANUARY 8, 1943
OH DAVID HOLDS
ISOLATION 0 F
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The installation of newly elect-
ed officers of Beth David Congre-
Btion, 135 N. W. Third avenue,
iami, Florida, Miami's Pioneer
Hewish congregation, will take
ffjlacc Sunday evening, January
Bth at 8:00 o'clock at the Beth
David auditorium. The officers
to be installed for 1943 are, Har-
ry Markowitz, president; Al Qua-
dow vice president; Sam Dick-
son, recording secretary; Harry
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HARRY MARKOWITZ
Newly Elected President
Beth David Congregation
are: Milton A. Friedman, Robert
Krentzman, and Nat Zalka; hold-
over members of the board are
Sol Schwartz, Jack August, and
Hyman Sootin.
In connection with the instal-
lation an excellent program has
been arranged and refreshments
will be served. An important
business meeting will also take
place, including approval of the
budget.
Mr. Markowitz, newly elected
president, has served as past pres-
ident of the congregation and has
been active in other communal
activities of many local organiza-
tions.
Simons, financial secretary, and
Harry Rabe, treasurer. Newly
elected members of the board of
directors for a term of two years
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PALM BEACH NOTES
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IN THE FOX BUILDING
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HxHiis Halpern is stationed at
Boca Raton.
firs. S. Gallick has as her
west from Chicago her daugh-
ter and two grandchildren. They
11 spend the winter with her at
r home, 529 Gardenia,
f Madeline and Geraldine Hal-
pern have returned to Tallahassee
Where they are students at the
Florida State College for Wo-
Sen, after spending the holidays
With their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hexry Halpern. During their
viiit they were extensively en-
tertained.
$15,000 was the amount of
War Bonds purchased at the last
Sleeting of B'nai B'rith Lodge,
I 1146, bringing the total above
$50,000 mark raised through
ie efforts of the Lodge. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Gold, form-
erly of West Palm Beach arc now
residing in Miami where Mr.
Gold is connected with the gov-
ernment. Mrs. Gold is a sister
to Mrs. Phil Blicher.
Miss Eugenie J. Argintar,
[daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cy Ar-
gintar, 419 28th St., and Lt. Rich-
ard Frederick Krausc, Camp Polk,
^a., son of Mrs. Meyer Lefkowitz,
til 11th St.. this city, were unit-
ed in marriage by Rabbi Solomon
JBazcll in Louisville, Ky., Dec. 24.
Mrs Krause was graduated from
fralm Beach High School and is
a senior at the Florida State Col-
lege for Women, where she ex-
pects to graduate .in June and
where she is a member of Delta
Phi Epsilon sorority. Lt. Krause
was graduated from Palm Beach
School and was a senior at the
University of Florida when he
enlisted in the Army. He is a
member of the Tau Epsilon Phi
fraternity. After completion of
special training in Louisville, Lt.
Krause expects to return to his
home base, Camp Polk, about
Jan. 13.
Mrs. Pearl R. Held, 729 Penn
St., announces the marriage of
her daughter, Miss Ethel Held,
and Lieut. Roger F. Powell, Mor-
rison Field, son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. F. Powell, Indianola, Neb., at
Ridgeland, S. C, Dec. 25. She
was graduated from Palm Beach
High School with the class of
1941. She was employed at Mor-
rison Field and later transferred
to Hunter Field. Lieut. Powell
was graduated from the Indian-
ola High School with the class of
1935 and attended the University
of Nebraska, majoring in engin-
eering. He and his bride will
make their home here. He is as-
sistant engineering officer at Mor-
rison Field. Mrs. Held open
house in honor of Lieut, and Mrs.
Powell, at her home Sunday af-
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several fashions. In 1848 Carl
Schurz headed the first major
immigration to the United States
but even before then wave up-
on wave of political as well as
religious refugees had arrived.
"Now there is a new wave, the
wave of the Great Minority, of
the best minds of Axis Europe.
Once more, with what results?
This: From these newest, most
distinguished refugees America
will gain not only the prestige of
their world-known names, but
fresh ideals and enthusiasms,
fresh resolution for her democrat
ic spirit, new impetus for her
own native talents. Hitler has
condemned and exiled many of
the greatest men of letters, music,
art and science now alive. Amer-
ica opens her arms to them, wel-
comes them gladly, gratefully.
Here they can find peace and
freedom; here they will be re-
spected and rewarded for their
work.
The text is quoted in full so
that no detail may be missed of
the picture that the OWI seeks to
give in what might be termed its
most frankly propagandistic ef-
fort to date. These are our com-
pany manners. This is the idea
we want the world to have of us,
especially that part of the world
dominated by the Nazis, which we
seek to impress by contrast.
Some critics may sec a certain
patriotic exaggeration in the por-
trait, may protest that we have
not been quite so generous as we
make out. The lact remains that
when we boast of our riches and
our accomplishments to the rest
of the earth, we boast also of our
refugees.
We do not boast that they are
Jewish or "Aryan." As a matter
of fact they are both. They are
Catholic, Protestant. Jewish. Ital-
ian, German, Norwegian, Belgian.
Austrian and Frenchthe 10 in
"Victory." The entire number
in the United States represent
an even greater variety of groups.
We boast that we do not distin-
guish them by their former na-
tionalities, and we rejoice with
them in "the assurance that here
they might worship God freely
and peacefully in their several
fashions."
We do not patronize these peo-
pleat least most of us try to
avoid it. We welcome them hear-
tily and consider ourselves for-
tunate to have them. We do not
tolerate them. As Wendell Will-
kie said recently:
"It is not tolerance that one is
entitled to in America; it is the
right of every citizen in America
to be treated by every other cit-
izen as an equal No man has
the right in America to treat any
other man 'tolerantly,' for toler-
ance is the assumption of super-
iority. Out liberties are the
equal rights of every citizen."
To many all this may seem self-
evident and flag-waving. Yet
others who assume a false super-
iorityperhaps to hide a panic
fear of their own inadequacy
denounce such sentiments as a
danger to the "American way of
Life." Some of these will have
great influence in the newly-op-
ened session of Congress, and ex-
pect to use it in limiting the
chances of refugees to participate
in American life. They could do
worse than to read what we tell
the world about ourselves when
we seek its admiration.
HITLER REPEATS
THREATS TO KILL
Mrs. Maurice Turner, Chicago,
recently-elected president of the
Women's Supreme Council of
B'nai B'rith, coordinating agen-
cy for the District Grand Lodges
of M'nai B'rith Women.
LEGAL NOTICES
Notice i hereby ftlven that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage In busi-
ness under the fictitious name of
FLAMINGO COFFF.K AND THA CO..
Int.'lids to register said name with the
t'lerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
N. W. SFX5AL
12/25 1/1-8-15-22
NotlCC is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, desiring to engage in busi-
ness under the fictitious name -if
KLEIN'S SUNDRIES, at :ix'.'4 N W.
7th Avenue. Miami, Florida, intends
to register said name In the office of
the Clerk >f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
AI.BKKT KLEIN.
Bole Owner.
12/2.-, I/1-S-1S-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT of THE
1ITH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT <)F
Fl.olUDA, IN ANI> Foil DADS
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 76906
MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON,
Plaintiff
vs.
GREGORY CUNT' IN,
1 'efendant
DIVORCE
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
To. MR. GREGORY CLINTON.
ADDRESH UNKNOWN.
You are hereby required to be and
appear before the Circuit Court of
the [Cleventh Judicial Circuit of Flor-
ida. In Dade County, on or before the
1st day of February. IMS, to a Hill of
Divorce brought against you by
MARGARET THORSEN CLINTON.
otherwise a decree pro COnfeMQ will
be entered against you.
This (Oder shall be published In
the Jewish Fioridian. a newspaper In
I lad,- County. Florida, once a week
for four mi consecutive weeki
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of 11.....mber, 1942
E a LBATHERMAN
Af Clerk of said Circuit Court.
{< "ii cull 'o.irt Seal)
liv WM. KIRTLEY.
i leputy 'leik.
1/1-8-15-22-29
MAX R SI I.VKit
Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OP PUBLICATION
To MOKELL JOSEPH DAVIS, Ad-
dress Unknown,
You are hereby notified thai a
Hill of Complaint for Divorce haa
been filed against you In the Circuit
Court of the eleventh Judicial Cir-
cuit In and for Dad.- County, Flor-
ida, wherein Nora Davla Ii Plaintiff
and Moreii Joseph Da via is Defend-
ant, and you are hereby required to
file an appearance In such proceed-
ings on or before Monday, February 1.
A. D. 1943, in default of which the
Hill will be taken as confessed against
you.
DATF.D this 30 day of December,
A. D. 1942.
B. B LKATHF.KMAN
Clerk of Circuit Court
(aaalj
By WM. KIKTI.F.Y.
Deputy Clerk
MAX It SILVER
Attorney for I'l.iintlff
1/I-8-16-22-29
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 174.". 7 Acts of 1933
File A 5577
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Jacob E Mosnat holder of State and
County Tax Certificate No. 13842
Issued the 3rd day of June, A. D. 1940,
him filed same in my office, and has
made application for a tax deed to be
Issued thereon. Said Certificate em-
braces the following described prop-
erty in the County of Ihide, State of
Florida, to-wit:
Lot 30. Block 1. Silver ltluff Busi-
ness Center, a Sub., Plat Book 14.
Page 76. In the County of Dade. State
of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In the
name of: Blanche I.. Gannon.
1'nless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door on the first Mondav In the
month of March. 1943. which is the let
day of March, 1943.
Dated this 6th day of January, 1943.
K. 1!. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County, Florida.
(Circuit Court 8eal)
By L. M. Johnson. D. C.
1/8-15-22-29
London (WNS)In one of his
most hysterical speeches, Adolf
Hitler repeated to the world this
week his notorious threat to ex-
terminate the Jews of the world.
The Nazi Feuhrer, in a New
Year's message to the German
people, blamed President Roose-
velt and world Jewry for the
present war and for all of the
world's ills.
Boasting that all of his pre-war
predictions had been realized.
Hitler declared that his prophecy
that a second world war would
result in the total annihilation of
world Jewry would be borne out.
Stating that the truth of his pre-
war predicions "cannot be doubt-
ed," Hitler said:
"And if furthermore I gave as-
surance that the hope of interna-
tional Jewry to destroy the Ger-
man and other European nations
by means of a new World War
will be the gravest error commit-
ted by Jewry for thousands of
years, that it will in any case not
destroy the German nation but
will exterminate itself. There
could no longer be any doubt
about this matter, even today."
The man most responsible for
the slaughter of 2,000,000 innocent
Jews in Nazi-occupied Europe
then went on to say: "This time
millions of decent people will
not again with impunity be driv-
en into the field of battle and sac-
rificed in vain in the interests of
a race burdened with a curse so
that international Jewry may be
able to conduct its business trans-
actions or to indulge in Old Tes-
tament rage.
"But that this race is the chief
originator of this war can best
be proved by the fact that what
may appear to be the most ex-
treme differences have been unit-
ed in the right against European
national States. This alliance be-
tween arch-capitalist States of
the West, or even of America
with its mendacious sham social-
ist regime of bolshevism, can on-
ly be understood because the
leadership in both cases lies in
the hands of international Jewry,
even if the personalities visible
to the outside world appear to
contradict each other.
"But Roosevelt's Jewish brain
trust, the Jewish press of Amer-
ica, the Jewish broadcasting sys-
tem of these countries, the Jew-
ish party organization and so
onthey are nothing else but
an equally Jewish framework of
the leadership of the Soviet Un-
ion. As soon as the national in-
terests in these States give only
the slightest sign of life, immedi-
ately strongest contrast in war-
like actions and above all in war
aims themselves, can be noticed."
Apparently to mislead the Ger-
man people into believing that
the recent United Nations declar-
ation warning of post-war pun-
ishment for those responsible for
the massacres of Jews in occu-
pied Europe was aimed at the en-
tire German nation and not only
at the Nazis, Hitler said:
"If today the English and
American Jews announce that it
is the intention of the Allies to
deprive the German nation of its
children to butcher millions of
young men, to split up the reich
and to make it for all time a de-
fenseless object of exploitation
of its capitalist or Bolshevik en-
vironment, then they need not
point this out to us all, for we
know it already."
Hitler reiterated his favorite
plaint that the war was forced
upon him. "We have not done
the slightest thing to France,
England or even America," he
said. "We did not demand any-
thing from these countries which
might have given rise to the out-
break of war."
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 8. 1943
Sholcm Lodge No. 1024
hold its next meeting at the
Beth David Talmud Torah. 135
N. W. Third Avenue. Miami, on
Tuesday evening. January 12th.
1943. at 8:30 o'clock.
Although the official installa-
tion of the officers elected for
the year 1943 will be held later
in the month with appropriate
will guest speaker and explain for the
benefit of the membership, the
requirements upon which home-
stead exemptions are based, as
well as the operation of the per-
sonal property tax. as it affects
the business man. There have
been many queries with respect
to stock inventories, as affected
contributions to wild-cat organi-
zations created solely for the pur-
pose of lining their own pockets.
Give, we must, and give, we will,
but let's do it by separating the
wheat from the chaff. And the
information Mr. James has for
us will help us to do the separ-
ating.
Beth David Holds Hillel Night
Friday evening. January 1. 1943
Was Hillel Night at Beth David
Congregation. Starting the New
Year in bringing Hillel Founda-
tion activities home to his con-
^auon, Kaobi Max Shapiro in-
vited Rabbi Amram Prero to be
guest speaker, and students of
Hillel units from various univer-
sities to conduct the services. It
must have been a revelation to
many who have never before had
first hand information of the
THE Y. M. H. A.
NOTES
Bt HARRY SCHWARTZ
by the personal property tax.
ceremoniesT'the new officers will,' and this will be an excellent op-|Qrk ()f Uu. ,,,,., Foundatl0n to
assume the duties of their re- portunity to ascertain what prop-, k,am {n>m Uabbl ,>lvr(, ,hL. ox_
spectivc offices at the coming'erty is affected, and the extent UnX ()f t|u, .lt,,lvlUt.s throughout
meeting. thereof.
This being the time of the year Mr. Lummus will discuss any
when taxes have their innings in phase of the tax situation covered | p"ionc;a, ;,t Gainesville,
the minds of most, it was by his office that may be trou- j Rabbi Prero is director
the country, and specifically, as
n functions at the University of
where
of the
appropriate to bring tot me in application, and ^"i" Hillel Foundation.
General Men's Meeting
Wednesday
The first general men's meet-
ing of 1943 will be held at the
"Y" next Wednesday evening,
Jan. 13th at 8:30 o'clock. Com-
mittee reports will be submit-
ted and general business trans-
acted.
The feature of the evening will
be Vic Paul, speed artist and
comedy cartoonist in an original
rapid-fire novelty sketch. Mr.
Paul is an artist of note having
performed before the most im-
portant organizations in the
North and Middle West. Th'is is
what "Billboard." the showmen's
bers of B'nai B'nth ::.: rn
as to local taxes and exempt! -
and from the best an -'.
Dade County Tax Assess t
at the coming meeting, Honor-
able J. N. Lun-.n-.u5. Jr. will bt
tending to
n -
time during the evening
if the Dade County : cepts of their fathers and foster
Bible, has to say about Mr. Paul:
Rabbi Prero is exceptionally l "Vic Paul, lightning cartoonist, is
well qualified to inculcate in the I a click from the start. Dashes
minds of college students the pre-
War Ch si will take five min-
lain the operation of
. fill .. it appears.
upport to recog-
gaged in pro-
n the Armed For-
-.: War effort.
to be important.
em ficial to know
; .--. the money everyone
tributing will be distribut-
ed. And it is a sad commentary,
but even while every thinking
person is bending all his energies
in the service ot our Country in
this War of Survival and donat-
ing money to organizations with-
out number, there are unscrupu-
lous persons who take advantage
of this patriotism by soliciting
off several pix with great aban-
don, signing off with a couple of
timely ones. Bows off to noisy
applause."
All members and friends are
invited to attend this meeting.
Admission is free. Men only.
"Y" Welcomes New Organization
It | pus to the many home communi- The United War Mothers and
ties to spread the good work Fathers of America, as the name
a closer and more friendly rela-
tionship between Jewish and
non-Jewish students, to the end
that a better appreciation and
understanding exists between
themand carried from the cam-
Started there.
Membership Drire
B'nai B'nth in Miami
has
implies, is an organization com-
posed of parents of boys in the
service. The Miami branch was
launched a membership drive, as recently organized and has decid-
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Miami Beach Real Estate
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part ol its program to make the
100th anniversary of the founding
ol the organization an outstanding
year. E. Albert Pallot is chair-
man ot this committee, and he
is turning his agile mind to the
task of revising ways and means
to attract new members to the
end that the largest class of can-
didates in local history be enrolled'
in Sholem Lodge betore the end
of the month.
A campaign by the Ladies Aux-
iliary to increase its membership
roster is also under way. In
too many instances wives of Sho-
lem Lodge members do not be-
long to the Auxiliary and they
are attempting to remedy tiiat
situation. There is no reason why
the Auxiliary should not number
among its members the wite ot
'very Ben B'nth in Miami.
And there is no good reason
why -very Jew in Miami should
not be a Ben B'rith!
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ed to hold meetings at the "Y."
We welcome this patriotic group.
Next Tuesday, January 12 this
organization will hold a card
party at the "Y." The proceeds
are devoted to patriotic projects.
Friends of the "Y" are requested
to patronize this worthwhile
cause.
Jewish History Series
The Y. M. H. A. with the co-
i operation of the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation of Greater Miami will
sponsor a scries of five bi-weekly
lectures on "Highlights of Jewish
History."' Each lecture will be
given by a different rabbi of the
rtabbinical Association and is op-
en to the public However, it
is necessary for each person to
register in advance for this
course. Those persons interest) d
are requested to communicate
with Mr. Grossman at the "Y."
Details will be given in subse-
quent columns.
Cub Troop Meeting Jan. 18
The first meeting of a pro-
posed Cub Troop will be held at
the "Y" on Monday. January 18
at ;i p. m. Cub Troops are com-
posed of boys nine, ten. and elev-
en years of age Parents of boys
of this age are invited and re-
quested to attend.
Concerts
A series of concerts featuring
noted artists is being planned, ac-
cording to a statement by Mau-
rice Grossman, executive director.
Music lovers will be given a rare
treat at a nominal cost.
Calendar of Wek of January 10
Sunday, January 10, 11 a. m.,
Monte Carlo committee meeting;
11 a. m., basketball practice; dia-
mond ball; 2 p. m., annual meet-
ing Florida Commercial Alli-
ance.
Monday, Jan. 11, 2-6 p. m.,
dancing classes; 4-6 p. m., arts
and crafts classes; 7 p. m., Girl
Scout Troop meeting; 8 p. m.,
basketball, Y. M. H. A. vs. Five
by Five at the Y. M. C. A.; 8 p. m.
drill, air raid wardens; 8:30 p. m.h
bowling league at Palace Bowl-
ing Alleys; 8:30 p. m., Miami Ser-
vice League.
Tuesday. Jan. 12, 4 p. m.,
AHMY dramatic group rehearsal:
8 p. m., meetings of A.Z.A. and
B.Z.B.; 8:30 p. m., card party.
United War Mothers and Fathers
of America.
Wednesday. January 13, 4 p. m.
"Y" dramatics course; 8:30 p. m.,
men's meeting.
Thursday, January 14, 2-6 p.
m., dancing classes; 4-6 p. m.,
arts and crafts classes; 7 p. m..
Boy Scout meeting; 8 p. m., meet-
ing, Sigma Rho fraternity; 8 p.
m.. meeting. Russian War Relief.
Friday, January 15, 4 p. m.,
meeting. Junior boys.
Saturday, January 16, 8 p. m.,
service men's dance, Miami Ser-
vice League.
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ment Having Taken Over His
Present Offices
DR. JOSEPH B. MARGOLIS
announces the
REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE
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Albion Bldg.. Suite 309
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